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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO THREE INNOCENTS The Work of Incarnate Fiends or a Crazy Woman Two Ltle Girls and a Boy the Victims Not One Over Seven Years of Age k HORRIBLE TRIPLE MURDER lCnrHlnc Story Told by the Th rl < o < Grandmother of tho Iittle One jlcr the Only Tracks Aliuut the Place C7 tbi I r CJu re > f fi aihi hih to the Oazcttet Juntos Cocstt Tex July 14 thP most atrocious and blood g rimes that was ever recorded in r of any country was committed w miles west of this place last t 1 or 1 oclock ts in the case as nearly as can be a follows Mrs Newberry and hi A Newberry and his three a bo and two girls aged respect i i > five and seven years live i Mrs Newberry taking care of r their mother having died tI E r m jstjear and he working away of the time jr 1 ii mr a good part i oclock hist night two men went the father being absent and lc i n > use < r i Mis Newberry for money She o nr could not produce any She ti < n carried her to the front gate nr to tho gate...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

1 f i i i t i i 5 II a 1 v3 9 I FORT WORTH WEEKLY GAZETTE rDBLISHCD EVERY THURSDAY nrrnn C33iockat rrmismjfo company Publisher snd Prcsrltforj Ir there is not enough moneyin the dountry So move the crops that ouf fanners raise isnt bomcthinjj wrong with ourfinancial system A WAivof races up in Washington discredit the Republican philanthropy of that Republican state Dowa South wo do not kill negroes merely because theywant to work The subtrcasfory is losing ground in Kansas so itis said If the Kansas Al liance repudiates it the Kansas mis sionaries in Georgia will be without a Job and a hard winter coming on Mississippi Democrats follow those of Ohio and Iowa in calling for free and unlimited coinage of silver Upon no question not even the tariff are the Democrats of the country so evenly of one mind as on the silver question TWO Democratic state conventions have been held this summer and thqy make no equivocal demand for free and unlimited coinage of silver Ohio and Ioua Democrats ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

Burns in r t ht f i > jir 1r f V ro s i b h 11 RUSSI SAlV redding a Ci ROST0NMAS5 on the ure pre id Pelons C9rns Bunions Ulcers ilt Bieum Jjpres ks FestersEtc PKICE 25 CTS which fTare paid and All papers are dav to Avhieh the NORTHWEST TEXAS Extracts from Professor the Report of Cummins EVEN TO TEXANS RAISED 0uui < idet oftlie Agricultural and Mineral Jtesourrci of a Vast ctiou of Texas Natural Itehources and Capabilities Tbi result of investigation into the agri di arid mineral resources of North r s Texas is a revelation Beyond dis p e niit section is rich iu natural gifts h > < in needs the intelligent application u pr al and labor to develop into a hive 0 i < jstrv and prosperity 1 rejiort of Professor AW F Cummins On ho peoloirj of Northwest Texas an ad vii ourtion of the second annual report o 1c tn Ilia L Cl > in peolosica survey has Just been < i It irives a succinct account of the jnral formations and then takes up onomic features and tells where the ij...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

13 S 5 r l m i itiZ 4 FORI WQBIH WEEKLY GAZETTE rUBMSHED EVEKT THURSDAY OBYTHB 3BXO0BAT PUBLlSniKQ COUP ANT fsMihtn inj Proarirtorii Office Comer Fifth and Rusk Street FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION JST HAIL IH ADVANCE POSTAGE PAIO Dally and Sunday one year tlOOO Sally and Sunday six months 5 60 Monday Weanesday and Friday B 00 The Sunday Gazette IS to 24 pages lyr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette 13pagcs one year l CO Br carrier In the city ana suburbs 21 cents a iceek or SI per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postomce Address In full Including County and State U address Is to be changed give old address as well as new The Gazette will be sent only for the tune lor which remittance is made POSTAGE Entered at the Fostofflce In Port Worth Tex as SecondClass Matter For the benefit of our patrons who desire to end slrgle copies of The Gazette through the mall we clve herewith the transient rate cf postage Foreign and Domestic Eight and twelve page paper Sixteen and twenty page paper C ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

It < v TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER Several fino loads of melons have been brought into Haskell and sold at good prices The Jefferson Jimplccute says Jlr V L Burns a Marion county farmer has lent it a squash that weighs thirtysix rounds and measures fortyeight Inches in circumference It will be sent Xorth as l n advertisement Cotton picking has begun around Victo ria and cotton is opening rapidly Reports indicate the largest yield ever known The corn crop will bo an average E P Harper of Hall county dug twenty bushels of Irish potatoes from a quarter of tu acre beside having used from tho patch tome time The Dublin Prepress says Mr J S Wag roner brought in an ear of com twentyone fnrhes low which measured fifteen inches In firoumfereree Good rains and fine crops are reported Jrm De Ivd Salado Carrolllon Mineral els Mesquitc Abilene Forney Terrell hiusboio rieburnu Denton Baird De caur Doatis Colorado HIco and Tyler 1 he Terrell register says watermelons are u i r ing cro...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

a < a a II 111 I II I r Rev Dr Talmage Before OutofDoor Assembly > > THE VACANT CHAIR an BEAUTIFUL LAKESIDE OHIO Sermon Based on the Vacant Chair of David at King Sauls State Dinner He Tell Ton Thire Will Be no Vacant Chairs In IIeav ii There All Will Meet aud Talk Over Their Earthly Seartbreaks and Jojs SERMOX IS OUIO Special to the Gazette Lakeside Ohio July 19 For many years people have gathered in multitudes at this season of the year for a great out door asseinblv The grounds are a short sail from Sandusky The place is beautiful beyond description Dr Talmage preached tthis morning in this delightful place to a vast multitude His subject was the Va cant Chair and his text I Samuel xx IS Thou shalt be missed because thy seat i will be empty Set on tho table the cutlery and the chased silverware of the palace for King Saul will give a state dinner today A dis tinguished place is kept at the table for his soninlaw a celebrated warrior David by name The guests jeweled and p...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

ibi > n it r tiCMl rh Cj ti its IS Tt P S r2fc TEXAS IN TYPE TEWS CROPS AND WEATHER Tho watermelon crop of Montgomery jounty ia unusually largo this year Some of tho wheat threshed in Montague jcranty has averaged twentysix bushels to lie acre A plentiful rain fell at Leivisville last Thursday which insures the crops of the tarrounding country Tec recent showers in McLennan county tare very much encouraged the farmers Morgan Bosque county had a fine rain on tho 15th and ICth Beeville had a good shower on the ISth The best rain of the season fell at Canton list Wednesday It was worth many dol lars to Van Zandt county A great deal of wheat was sold in Honey Grovehe past week Tho crop is reported to average about twenty bushels per acre The corn crop of Hall county is reported to bo fine and the rains last week put the g jnd in good condition The Comanche roller mill company have a ready purchased over 2000 bushels of beat The Banner says the fruit shipments rom Jacksonville average...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

4 y it i a ft I H M il d IC4 1 rl 8 Highest EYE nwii ifilifinmnnij mmm m w w f FRANK M MULLINS WORTH JEX BtAf NPSE TJD TjrtROM nJ cJForrTg ctte g Mqrtt orth Ga ASECONDRUSHBYMK A DISGRUNTLED DEMOCRAT Wlm ii Trjlns < o Make Adherents to the Third Party Movement Biumx County Tex July 19 lS9t lltor < ljzette 1 m your paper of the 17th instant a letter from C H Jenkins of Brawnwood in which he says That to an outsider the Fort Worth meeting Alliance looks very much like thr culmination of a determined effort to disrupt the Alliance backed by the brains and money of politicians It does seem to me that tho writer reflects very heavy on the Alliance as he clearly iuti inates that they have to get brains and money from tho jiiditicians Permit me to Raj toh a that the Alliance have men of brains and men of money and that these brjin men ai e now and intend to remain in the Democratic party and will remain true to the AUianco principles by fighting all efforts at class legislation and if...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

pu 1 JX CnAiTrB 1 Ethel Jones the heroine of the torv is the daughter of a Philadelphia > s ih > nioi with no social ambition for liKtnu daughters Mrs Jones however c uvs them to shine in society The father dies leaving his family in rather jtrjitrncd circumstances Thanks to the tiatM iimnt of th mother and llthels ex Dcrjcm at Miss May bums nciiool LHhel idne3 u iuainted with Lotty H Uiorne unc through her enters society CuiTEBtt Describes Ethels first dinner pjr v Mrs Hathomes which she enjoyed i niendously flirtiiitr a good deal with Mi sis ilison TcmplcrAlgernon Fairfax Van Strmislier Penn Charter and Brans cniiibeBoullter She met and was much j riss > d with Mr Middietou Hall a sen iiiuemau wb had been a friend of her Idher Chapter 3 describes Ethels first winter U is discreet and makes a jreneral suc cess but is annoyed by the necessity espe c jil it tier hrst assembly ball of rostrain iiir cr desire to he too unconventional jlie decide to marry well lrefore the close...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

ll 11 tt i AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT J r STEIXE EDITOR PnrnasnEBs Notice All communications Intended lor this department should be addressed to Prof J P Stelle Port Worth Tev ARTESIAN WELT IRRIGATION In his recent progress report on Irrigation In the United States Mr Richard J Hinton states page 103 that the developments now In progress give assurance to the expecta tion that artesian welte and their supplies will become a widespread and most Impor tant factor in irrigation by their use in the cultivation of small fruits orchards vine yards truck farms and so on under condi tions which will bring large returns for out lay insuring tho fullest success These xrells save in exceptional cases may not yield outflow sufficient for irrigating ex tensive farms devoted to the usual farm crops though in some of tho artesian areas a uumberof wells throwing their water into extensive reservoirs might fill every re quirement in this direction In Utah for Instance grass and alfalfa is to some ex te...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

> z m 5 > IS 3 ON TO BROWNWOOD The Rio Grande Extension Opened for Traffic A RATE WAR VERY PROBABLE All the Indication Joint to that Event Donblo Dally Train Serrice Unlimited Ticket Off Hedge Seir Job A Boycott Desired Notice to theFubllc The Pacific express company JriU open r afflce at Brownvrood Tex on Monday td have a messenger through on the first train over the Fort Worth and Rio Grande which goes through to Brownwood on Mon day On the Mo Grande Sow that the Brownwood extension of the Tort Worth and Rio Grande is nearing ompletion people naturally begin to in qire as to the character of the section of conntrv penetrated by the line This road penetrates what has justly been jtjled the parden spot of Texas and this j ear the crops are simply marvelous It is for this reason that such expedition kas been made in the construction of this new extension the aim beta to get the rnad open if possible in time for the wove ircnof the crops and this has been done This line opens a ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 July 1891

3 4 1 11 M N I C i 12 LADIES DEPARTMENT EDITED BY MRS at E WAtTON Pueusders Notice AH communications Intended for this department should be addressed to MKS jr R Wauon Fort Worth Tex ASPIRATIONS Oh for a higher life she said Ah she scrubbed the old door sill And her thoughts flew up as she bent ber head And m orhed away with a w ill Oh for a nobler life she said As she washed the garments white And an < r as she passed with cheerful tread To hang them out in the light i Oh for a higher life she said As all tlirou h the livelong day The swift iron sped indthewrinltles fled From her clothes and brow away Oh for a higher life sh < said As she oped the oven diror And smiled at the rows of gingerbread And tarts browned nicely oer Kach day for nobler life she prayed Till Saturday night came round And the little om s pure from feet to head lriked round all freshly gowned Her weary hands and form then Uy At rest In the easy chair As se thought oer the teek how every day Of blessings h...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 July 1891

Sv c Xc CJLj Lj LjV IIt t I a T ur an a Bl Ct i till s jf Sir rs < THE FORT WORTH GAZETTE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO MANY SCHISMS Campaign the Farmers Alliance is Making for the Political CONTROL OF LOUISIANA I Lo > 7 Their Aim is to Capture the tw Democratic State Convention ThenTlicy will Nominatea PamiersTickct gnd idorsr tlis SubTrc surV 15111 auU Other Planki of the Ocaht llatform unP Oazette t ass U July 23 The Farm a or mtlier tlie Farmers Union ia s notwithstanding the recent lie Mississippi Alliance making jvi promising effort to control i n luurrulic state convention so as i larmcrs ticket and indorse e > ur bill and other planks of it form hi i which is several years old Hi mO wtutc and 10000 negro vo inowing strocjer every day urli strong in North aid AUaina and in the socalled stu s east of the Mississippi i i t the parishes in these see itj os lie Democratic voters members of the Alliance so m easily able to control their u > if ion and the leaders be < u ii...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 July 1891

hi i a s > 5 H p i hi > m I Vi 14 a ji a 5KS C RHf 2 We are the only city handling the your orders Teeth Mattisi l M NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS VanIHa Lemon Orange Almond Rose etcy Of perfect purity Of groat strength Economy In tholr use Flavor as delicately and dellclously as tho fresh fruit COMMISSION WORK The Commissioners Return to Find a Big Lot of Work APPLICATIONS ACTED UPON A DrcUIun Rendered in the Case of the Citizens of Port Lavaca Against the Branch Itoatl from Victoria to That 1olnt Sreclal to the Cazette AcsjTik Tex July 23 Tho railroad commission returned last night and found a big lot of business awaiting them Appli cations were acted upon as follows The International aud Great Northern were given rates on grain and hay carloads be tween stations on the Austin and Northwestern and on the Interna tional and Great Northern 15 cents points on theso roads west of Devine 20 cents effective July 23 The same roads were given rates on empty barrels carloads for fifty miles ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 July 1891

FOKT WOUT1I efX 1 rinity Hall A WRYDEVOTtD TO THE TRAINING OF Y0UIG LADIES r i rM in Preparatory Academic id c il c late Cour o s g d P lilt j r iij JtrcsXsocial Tttf scholastic culture 1 MotiHrn Langu iges taught bv I 11 d u sistauts This school mil for alToiiling to ourjoung i < iliu lulturt of home training ii n iiuiit urn is be lutifully i iiiidinis of aii elegant at ncii a1 tur htaith and i i paiticulars md terms saill C IDMUNti j Foil Worth Teas r Mr i UtT Vv OKTII l VhTTif FOR Y0UH9 Tl COLIJEGJ aoWLINrifGREEr vrh L = LAWS Ky ant K om Co i > enatory of Mn mna tum q Bath Kooms with no bet attoirmodationsoflers < ru enis Refc B F CABELL Pres J KT iRTII OAZETTK RIISSOURI MILITARY aiACADEMXH r ouooewflliW irTlTaljcd for second t t llitnattr circuHtiOn iit hi Home lniluofiies t ii n for West Point or it I i Virsltv Infantry civai Dni Ior itiliup address Coi A I FLEET Mexico Mo v I miir WOIITII OAZETTE TRINITY UNIVERSITY THUACANA TEXAS i iT > H > w latO tUfcwsonKglfiW...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 July 1891

5 H IS li II Ji FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY III THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Rusk Streets FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION BT MAIIi 3f ADVANCE POSTACB AID Daily and Sunday one year tlO M Dally and Sunday six months uia Monday Wednesday and Friday 5 00 The Sunday Gazette 10 to 24 pages lyr 2 01 The Weekly Gazette ISpages one year 1 00 By carrier in the city and suburbs 25 cents a week or 1 per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postofflce Address In full Including County and State If address Is to be changed give old address is well as new The Gazette will be sent only for the tune for which remittance is made TOSTAGE Entered at the Postofflce in Fort Worth Tex as SecondClass Matter For the benefit of cur patrons who desire to send single copies cf The Gazette through the mail we give herewith the transient rate of postage Foreign and Domestic Per Copy Eight and twelve pige paper 1 cent Sixteen and tncnty...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 July 1891

EalitSd foi > 7 > f foloving letters explain them Pt Louis Mo July 211S91 j < i orship Editor Gazette 1i i Tit Seeing in your valuable paper at i > rest our merchants are taking in ui t i a scholarship contest and their Lujm oilers to the successful candidate I trrevith offer to the Texas girl coming redni missing the great prize that is re eivii lit second highest number of votes a juii ot oui best French kid handturned bmtuii irtme74JuiTjhXo rJNTo 2 Harry Meter < > and for Fort Worth and Texas < Worth Tlx July S3 1891 r rtazetn i iiac announce that I will issue an in s ram polity for one jear in the Komo uial tnsuran e company of California wan n is a cash company and pays all i n liout discount on the house to be > i oa ho lot in Dublin Tex for the ii u auj receiving the second highest u i uer of lotes in the scholarship contest our trui Earl E Wright Agent Ionr Worth Tex July it 1391 i11 i a lc tiLiK Mn Please say to the real estate ceojers ot Fort Worth ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 July 1891

4 a N k over with her when the term of scholarship closes and Texas will look forward to sec the awards that will ho made and many will be the disap pointments if she has not written her name on the roll of honor When wo think seri ously of the matter it is a wonder that so many arc w illing to o if elected and con test for this prize lor the contest with them will be at Hardin and not here It Will take hard study close application and the ambition of a true native of this state I believe Aliss Genevieve King posses every qualification Credit her twentyfive vites Old Teacher Uright anil Hcautlful AuxoriTex July23 What did Profes sor Jones say She is one of the brightest scholars in the Port Worth public schools Mrs Garvey says After twelve years teachine she is one of the briphest if not the brightest uupil I ever taught I last year awarded her the medal for the great est proficiency and most rapid advancement in music Notify the Cotton Belt that wo are iominir Inclosed find 25 vote...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 July 1891

cr < t0 Poritn thev C al ° > Vh ei J 1 THE GAZETTE FT WOBTH TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 21 DRS BETTS BETTS fljgjflAKS SDEGEOKSANDSPECIALISTS 1005 MAIN STREET Dallas Texas > e mosT widely and favorably known sps t o dteknited States Their long expe re2Le rf rrarkable skill and univ ersal success t ie iinent and cure of Nervous Chronic 4C h rj diseases entitles these eminent pMfc to tre full confidence of the afflicted Un nr Thej guarantee y iFR1A1 AND POSITIVE CURE for a jw < i tSects of early Ice and the numeroui t it folior in its train OFDLLS Vieid rVa j EtSfifurtreat B WLfs FISTfc fiND RECTAL ULCERS ri3i < T > a vithout pain or detention r Lffl lrtHi TDIOCLLE AND VAKIOCELE penna cVct > a u ui ct ssfullv cured in every case Sil I is GONORRHEA GLLET Sptr c u c scui nal wcilntw Lost Manhood kti It smous Decajcd Faculties Female in i a id all delicate disorders peculiar to e ii f f pf lively cured a3 well as all func i ir o surots tfcut re nltfrom youthful follies i rx r o...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 July 1891

i 4 y 4 12 V WW Jo Highest of all ia Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 ft ABSOLUTELY PURE Will Your shoes Last you through The summer j Nine cases out Of ten they wont Then dont wait Till you are barefootedjj But go straightway To our CLEARING SALE Thtsyveek t out What we have left of ourX S2 and 250 ties For SI60 each Our 3125 apd f tfTtes Go at SI V Of course the assortment Of sizes is broken but we Can fit you Come quick Buy quick HARRY 1 A BLACK RECORD A cro Arrested at Arthur City for As aultin I ady Other Similar Charges Against Jllin Special to the Gazette Paius Lmak Couxtt Tex July 22 Today Sheriff Gunn received this tele gram Ahtihk CityLamak CouxTTnx July 22 Send ofiice for negro w e have for at tempted criminal assault D It Douglas deputy went up imme diately and has just returned having in custody Silas Neal Neal who lives in the Indian Territory was at Arthur City and on his way to the Nation stopped at a sec tion house at the bridge to pay the section boss an...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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