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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 December 1890

K An MONOTONY BKOKEN Enffagrment Reported Between Troops and Tine ttidrre Indians Interest In lh tnry spoiled However by tho Fact TIat Ken Miles Kays lie Doesnt IMIeve It J > OT CIIKWIVG REGlLAU Watkktowv S D Den 13 Ite port huve been coming to th u city for cverti dnys pint of great destitution oil ttn Siasetoii and Wuppeton reservations li t > learned that unless nsslstuuce ig speedily rendered the Indians will starve FKiHT CONFIltMKD IINF KlllGK AOKNCY S D DpO 13 Tlie report of the tight between In 1 ii > s in the Und Lands ure con tinned 1 o strikes and his parly were victorious Bi I left the Bud LuniU for Pine Itldgc Cdmpinir on the White Earth The chief f nt to Jen Ilrooko for help to capture 5i rt Hull and liis warriors The cen f nt inlled Id American Horse Rig Road li i cither chiefs and set them at work r ultmg warrior Fullv 100 warriors a r now on the way to bring in all re ttmttiing In the Bud Lands Jinny fear It will end In the flight of Short Bull lio will retu...

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 December 1890

10 t THE WEEKLY GAZETTE FORT WORTH TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER lb THE HOLT LAND The Twelfth of Dr Talmagcs Se ries on His Ilecent Journey The Mnarniilcent Xew Tabernacle Xor Bo Completed for Dedica tion Until Easter Will Ills Start From Damascus Mrls for the Mountains ot Lebanon ihe Trees or Lebanon Which ne Hath riantcd ACROSS MOUNT LKIIIXOV Special to the Oazctte Hrooklyv X Y Deo H Today Dr Talmacu prencbed another 6ermon of his series on Palestine null tho ndjoin ng countries After delivering it in the morning In tho academy pf muaic in thii Mty ho preached it again in the evening n Now York at tho eerviee hold under tho auspices of the Christian Herald Hoforo comrnoiioing his sermon Dr Tal ninco stntcd Unit in spile of all the efforts that wero being put forth to hasten the completion of his new taber nacle tho work as on so magnificent n scale nnd tho necessity for care 5n its construction so imperative that judging by present Indications it would not ho ready for dedication before...

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 December 1890

THE L0ST HEIRESS Ttile oJc Love Battl and 2 > < XxrGxxtai BY EARNEST GLANVILLE rAuthor of Among Cape Keffirs The Fosslckor Etc and Edward Rapier fCoryitifiiiTKD 18301 ciiutkh xiv rowk jikkts maky TbedocwLS Carlo but tho man she i not recognize until he spoke Wnl Miss Story X reckon youvo tart a powerful pood dinner today and pf tbnrs nny left 1 guess I could llnd room for 1 llnrv remsn 7ed him then and looked t Jtcwe lnIP untl Mcnilily judging him fir the crime ho liad been charged with lou know me Miss Mary he said vitli a n istful look in his keen grey eyes I Know you she answered gravely are lie who truck down your of fcfr trciihcrnu ly Why do you corao 1 < hirl thin faco of tho toughened rtncumnn quailed under tho accusing En then ho straightened up i tntiko me feel n mean mnn Mis3 Tjjd tuiJ 1 in Kind I stand here Itino jent f that blow Ho pave a dep fl2l n though expelling a weight from j i ort then he looked at her Bravely i au n < t the mini and apt Illamu jnie t ...

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 December 1890

1C v Xf 12 s nn c rjj S 3 7 S JJj LADIES DEPARTMENT EDITED BY 3IBS 31 B 1FALTOX rciLisnrns Notice All communications intended for this deparment shoali be lidreml t o Sus M E Waltok Fori Worth Tex Vouldst tbon define exactly what Is fit inc Thou honld t ap lr methlnVsto nible women Tor then it mos behc veth th it In lle Xaught should he done lin = eenily or unnt Propriety encircles with 1 wall The lender weak and vulnerable sex Where moral order reig eth women reign They onlj are despised where ruin triumphs Goethe CoWorkprn Together Tol tol may linvo beguiled mnny minds by the subtle charm ol his writings and begotten in the hearts of some a halfformed faith that his view of social life Is the correct one A fnith tliut is rather that of a dreamer than practical Inr few even among his admirers hnve shown any wi linguess to become their own shoemakers or woodsawers Kveii more rare la it that women of rank or with money i hoose to be their own conks houieinnidsmilliners or modistes Ne...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 December 1890

S t f i ijb i b iitlrj un > n I 0Jr h luve lmil HU effert fj IctplTf Hincers ur fi ifi irnlrr lly v j i z LIVESTOCK JNWS farmers Unreel Sot to Market Their LiahtWelslit Hogs rep Thtn CnM Thy Hnva DcvMnp d Suf ficiently Monry In Ihn Hoi In dnstry In Tfiss Sell your hoes where you can set the pott money for them with the least out is the advice of a well known trreJer In talkluz of the hog Indu try 0 a rwiorter yesterday Farmers have fMrgj UE hops to Fort Worth which for the market because they rire until size and fulness 10 iTe not MmiimiiW eagiioJ i < e nnjl 1 t ° jBzETTJfcg VTtRWm TlIE hrm c boirf NroSJloniSri J ft f Pzkttcs efforts and lightj In thtl Athr uph the i rice TK < ft conili I this di i the re ops ntivr p st few t corn i I 3 5ri It < > neveithele tie turned ftim cTrf at a prollt when fed to lipht Vnclit line and this is what should be loin bnd of rushing them on to the nniriwt 1 iiHiikinc of this prnitice the sump ipp r referred to nbove sad No tan miilrol...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 December 1890

Muuotou though no u r ol tlie weed Hie liovs fnrly Ion le I themselves ilpwi with tobacco 1 hey got o much that the oidtit know what to do with it eo u the after inarch they pelted each ott er iu a plavful kind of way with S lings trumping them under teet as they pushed along Thev seemed to think that lrom that hour on the whole world nou d tie c inpored of mbarco 15ut tfciie came a M d day of reckoning Two weeks had scarcely dragged alone ere ever tnbaicochfwer in Hie command rave a lew longheaded chaps who car ried knapMirks were besieging the sUtuT mid ni > iiir the fabulous prices entailed b their prodigality Thats how ilu farmer are in Knu us today llieiorn that they conlldeiitly expected for the next year didnt materialize Aud us to the bogs Last year anything th it wore brisles was looked upon us n mine of wealth ami the demand for stock < ont inueil unprecedented until the iloence of ralu this > enr ruined all pros pect of u crop 1 ben the exodus to the eioi 1 uird ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 December 1890

r 4rJ Syr 4VC itan would tiavo a cheese la one a pantry Weather signs ere all the go Tlth lomo rrnplf an < 1 tne lien happen to hit f c remtuber the thing at a rerth a lien but l they happen to miss the rrofuostti ator non forgets all about It For iii l ° one man says a dump fOTfiwnt when there Is no rain is n Jure fipii that rain Is coming Now the jtt nsvetnent means simply this and nothinc more It means that the utmns jre 9 charged with moisture and ttiot the pavement is colder than the iniosiiliere The colrt r pavement enn ifiifes that moisture and nets wet just a < a p tiller with ire in it will often pet ft or s eat n we call It on the gntiode A damp atmosphere It enm 1iiir in favor of tain but will not do fltih to rely on ns n sign If tl c inolture charged attnophere larpe f strike ft cold current of air in cur immediate iloinilv thulcoliler cur nt 1 MHideiite it nnd squeeze llie Mir out thui giving us ralu but if thit k Jo f titiisr dont happen to hup n it will lake it ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 December 1890

if pent to tiotorubly applied wsis THE IUISII Uonzs and Suyirrr of the Fisrltiinjr Factions in Old Ireland Yesterday The Delegate In Thli Country Iun a Cir cular In ConnClloi with the Irish Tennnns Fund A Clrcnlnr Leltpr New Tons Pee 15 The following cireuinr letter has b en Issued by all trio Irish delcgutes NuwYopE Dec 12 1SW To tli treasurerof Irish evicted tenants where we have sputen Hits In view of the recent ntnl uu liPi v occurrences In Ireland we think It it Ie rable to communicate again with von In reference tn any funis in your poeseinu arising from our lute meet ings llefnre we left Ireland a clear understanding hud been arrived at with Pnruell and with the Irish purliumeiitury party n to the purpose to which the fund collected in America should lie de voted It wns agree that it should be used for the support of the evicted ten ants In Ireland und < hilly for the sup port of those tenants who had been evicted in connection with the situation with the last four jeurs a...

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 December 1890

jr OV < 5J i l f DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO sv V ONLY THE GAZETTE has discontinued the distributionplan 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 will be sent < up year with a copy of the Household Cook Book cloth hound 315 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 year For 375 net a set of the fine premium knives or forks will lie sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one tal For GOO net a set of the fine knives and forks will be sen villi the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for on For 400 net a copy of the original Si CTilmndged will lie sent express chargeap iWKiPu the express ofiiee marest the subscrilyarfwiruie WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages fo net a copy of Shakespeares works will be sent 4ffli the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 225 net a copy of the 5 Encyclopedia ...

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 December 1890

< ffjew < ifflSfr MP Sta felito BmiU rVULllsllEll JZTJZltr IUUXtliOJI rr thb nrjrocitAT i > vsrisjnxa coizpajtz riiMlriter nnd Vraprirtort III I 1 I I IU IU I IJ I I I To the Panhandle Preparo your ex hibits nncl printed matter for the bis ex hibit bulIdlnK ot Fort Worth Ai teu a careful rendlns ot resolutions pasted at the ineetinir of the railroad prnEidents I he senso of them seems to be that thesu officers aqree to try to agree and la event of failure to serve due no tlce While the Methodist minister are de batlne whether women shall be allowed to pr ach the sisters continue to exercise their pnvileco of lecturing a privilege universal and one that will not be re linquished To West Texas Make ready your elnbits and print your faots and figures for the contrnct has been let to erect u big exhibit buildiDg at the Union depot Port Worth Tex Do you catch the name Fort IIurth Tax IaqU at the dale on xcrapper that your aw before you knvw it the label of W13WI bscn UmjpuiilVlt...

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 December 1890

ly yj < ut1lVtllVIHZfffTirl Jf l 4f < 2 P B g IgS THE WEEKLY GAZETTE FORT WORTH TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 25 TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS C30P3 AND WEATHER There is going to be a big inorense la the prnirie land la cultivation In Bob county next year Mr Hickman a prosperous farmer of this oouny says the Ballinger Banner was ia town last week ami says aside from all expenses he has made about S13q0 off of his farm this year This li another evidence of the fact that Run nels Is second to none as an agricultural county There Trill be comparatively little If any wheat ralsod 1b Rockwall county noxt year A rauoh lar ger acreage of corn will bo planted In Hays county next year than ever before It was a Rood crop this year The wheat crop In the Garland com munity Is looking very promising Wheat crops In Denton county are re ported never to hav6 been better than at present Tom Green formers nre busy with their nox years crop and many fruit trees are being planted there The Tyler Weekly Texan say...

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 December 1890

r l 11 guihj aaseti PUBLISHED EVEEY DAY DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers End Proprietors cffice op rcruciTioai Corntr cfFv l end Fifth Streets UTSHLO AT 13E lOET WoETH TEXAS POIT cmcE is EccokdClxss ftlL JIattbe RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO HAIL SUBSCKIBER3 Tcstecc Prcpatd ly iis lltbtlshenji TWIT WEBELT Creyear rn 001 One year Jl 51 bix months t > o Six months > Three months E ll i Three months tCNOAV Gazette 1 verr J 6 months Jl J K mouths M cents 1 mouth or ti cent per iieekjT Syir SfCT Eubcnber wsiTilkei = OTresH elanpea ircne v order or registered letter tun bessniat Sji i im Ui ii died outside of tho pa a juuausu m tho time of his avowed readi rsjto La baptised into tho Cathollo oliurch ho wa unwilling to become a raxcogiiiniat Iol nl frT btfiyie jon Lnuii i Til titliPSipiiuii may rui tun uvt Cimi vi is the successor of Sitting Hull There h n mistaio somowhere Those most conversant with tho red man have held to the opinion that in Indian affairs it was the whito man wh...

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 December 1890

THE WEEKLY GAZETIB FOUT WORTH TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 25 9 iSk = fefci 3k 4 TMENT EDITED JiY 3TBS M B WALTON Pcbushfrs Notice All commuiilcitlons intended for this department shonldbe addressed to > ps M II Waltox Foil Worth Tex And cradled there In the scented hay In the air made nwect by the breath of kme The little child in the manner lay Tie child that would be klnfr one day Of a kingdom not human bnt divine Longfellow The children of men at whatever age are best taught by realism and In this busy practical everyday world of ours sentiment id apt to be forgotten It la therefore well that Christians comes once n year to call oil sordid thoughts and al low for even a short space the tenderer chords ot nnturo to vibrate as memory wakes them Nineteen hundred years ngo when ibepherds watched their Hooks by nicht was penned a scroll that brought pood tidings and a star shone out the llxbt of whiob has never been quenched but shines and will continue to sbmo unto the perfect day Dow...

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 December 1890

> 3 ft Whitney submitted a map showing the Amerioan sugar beet belt It begins in Minnesota nnd reaches southward cov ering nil tho plains east of the Rocky mountain range nnd extending west with morn or less break to the 1acillo eoist I represented that almost nny wliero witLin this belt beets could bo suc cessfully produced yielding from 10 to IS per cent of saooharlno matter In his opinion tho territory embraced within this belt might be mnde to produce beets enough to supply the whole world with sugar Presidenc Noyes ot the chamber ot oommeroe said tho report was a most important one ns interesting our wholo country and ho desired to Impress the mntter of tho sugar beet Industry upon the consideration of every person living within tho gruat bcot belt Of course it is unnecessary for us to state that these reports spread the American sugnr beet belt over Northern Texas in ganernl and tho 1anhnndle ot Toxbs in particular As tho sugar beet Is something of u warmcountry crop the pr...

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 December 1890

v t1 THE LOST HEIRESS A Tale of Xove9 Battle auexcL Acaventctxe Author of the opportunity of relinquishing claims and wishing you success He looked nt Mary thinking ho had done an excellent stroke in knocking Blaine out of the running and in strengthening his own claims How ex er her reply enlightened him T ngree with Capt Blaine she said gravely thnt it Is scarcely just to Miss Dalston to discuss her future In tho presence of a stranger like me Thank you Miss Rath said Blaine earnestly but as this matter without any reason that I can imagine has been started I may be allowed to add a fur ther explanation It Is true that certain plans wero made for my future but it appears to me to be neither just to mo nor to the lady to continue them and I am afraid I cannot accept Capt Dal ston s well wishes What do you moan by that > asked Dalston gruflly My meaning I imagine is perfectly c1ear Blaine replied I must apolo gize to Mils Bath for persisting in what must be regarded ns a breach o...

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 December 1890

12 THOSE REDSKINS A Conflict KcportedTwo Officers and Fifty Men Are Killed The War Department Not Advised But the Keport is Generally Credited Gen Brooke Reports Troops Ordered from Texas Are riaced n Rather a Delicate roiltIonIndlsna Freparlns for Flight T1IK DKYB MOVEMENTS Bismarck N D Ieo 17 But littlo word is obtainable from Standing Rook as Bn ironclnd nonlntereourse rulo of tho military holds a tight reign over the officials of ths military tele graph All newspapers are out off from any communication by wire with the Birency The mail driver from Winona this afternoon knew nothing more than was published by nil morninc papers It is learned that Capt Fetchets troops of cavalry did not pursue the retreating hostiles who went up the Grand river Two troops of cavalry from Fort Linoolu with three dnyj rations start for the crofting of the government trail over the Cannon Ball river about fiftylive miles southwest of hore and will probably establish a camp there A number of teamsters...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 December 1890

PENDLETONS STORY Another Chapter in the Famous PeudletonCullen Case He Claims to Have Been a Victim of a Fraudulent Divorce Mill and is Seeking levensrc Tfce Etory of thn rivorc How sail When Second His Slmnnran Alterwarl and Up to tlie Irescnt lime SEEKING REVENGE Chcago 111 Deo 22 A special Jrom New York says The victim of one the fraudulent divorco mills in this < y has run to earth the proprietors of iin mill Ilu is no lees a person than A < UIam S Pendleton who when he light his divorce was mayor of Tort north Tex Tho men who it is said t A the diroroe were W Duryen Hughes wuo says he is a brotherinlaw of United Elites Attorney Hughes and Patrick II i ampbell both attorneys practicing in l 19 city It appears that tho document aimed to bo n divorco aud for which uchea Campbell received SJG5 is a 1 r fry The forgery is unquestionable Hie counootlon of Hughes with tho pro ving of tho counterfeited seal is posi i to As to Campbells complicity there not such positive proof Tho...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 December 1890

Thirteenth of Dr Talmages Se ries on His Ilecent Journey Tcntintr After a Lonr March in the Aciffliborhood of Where Joshua Fouzht Hisr Last Great JJatlle Ami When All These Kino Wore Met To Eether They fnme and Iltched To gether at the Waters of Jierom to Fight Against Israel the WAnna of miskom Special to the Gazette UrtOOhfiN N T Deo 21 Dr Tnl macQ preached th fxllowinj sarraon this morning in the academy of music In this city nut ngnin In the evening nt the Christian Herald service in > ew York His text was Joshua ii C And when all theeo kings were met tocethor they came nnd pitched together at tho waters of Jlerom to light against Israel We are encamped tonight in Pales tine b > tho wnters of Jlerom After a lot 2 march wo have found our tents pitched our tires kindled nnd though faraway from civilization n variety of food that would not compromise a llrst clais American hotel for the most of our tnrattin starts an hour nnd n half earlier in the inorning We detnin only two ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 December 1890

THAT DIVORCE MILL This Kerr York Factory Seems to Hare Had Era Cornered Lawyer Hushes Is Sot a Saint and Worked the Uabbits 1oot On His Partners in Uusiuess He JIakes It a Point to He Out of Town When a Jazatte Man Called Bat a Former Associate Talks Tin ILOT THICKENS Ejecial to the Gazette Snv York Deo 23 Tbo exposure of tbe llroadway alvorco mill which was run by Mr William Duryea Hughes brotberiulaw of Landaulet Williams onco attorneygeneral of tho United Mates has broupht to light another of the fraudulent divorces Issued from tho mill 1ho victim this time was a womnn Mrs Susan Miller of Brooklyn paid riughes or somo ono connected with tbe mill S109 for an allowed decree ro Icnsins her from mutrimouuil bonds with William Miller The exposure caused u suddon disap pearance of Mr W Duryea Hughes and kept expartner latrick A Camp pi explaining atl day Mr Hughes ft his house early in tho morning Hu oul not appear nt his ofllce and reporters who hunted for him could not lind him lncid...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 December 1890

LIVESTOCK NEWS From Sundays Duly Yesterday closed the first month of nctivo openitloiiB at the Fort Worth packory und a glance at whut it ha3 accomplished in that length of tluio will bo of interest to overy Toxan Tho pnckery was opened fo business on the 21st of November but has not been run to its full capacity either in the hog or beef departments This was not ex pocted as it has been necessary to open up the markets for the products us wert as to interest the farmers to hip their hois to the Fort Worth market Dur ing tliii past thirty days however the puelterv has consumed 8340 hoes which represent ubont S10000 Quite a good niuny beeves have been slaughtered but operations in tins branch of the industry cannot bo said to have commenced yet A great deal of this product has not been put on tho market as it requires some time to cure the meats and get them in condition to ship But tho Fort nrth packing company lias already Irivtn from Texas the Kansas City Milium and Chicago ice bo...

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