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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

i company are mostly exempt now A great nianj of them hive crown rich as Fort Worth grew larger We call on these gen- tlemen now to help us mil Our company is poor We spent our money a few years iiio to bu mir own horses Conic gentle- men help ns and vote for Miss Carrie in the name of the hook and ladder company Respectfully H T Johnson H and L Co I SIM for Carrie We send you 1500 votes today for Miss Carrie Dickson The Tucker hose com- pany acted shamefully in standing in with your proofreader You know we tent you 2000 yesterday and you gave the Tucker hose company credit We have fought tires for our citi7ens longer than the Tucker company We dont like partiality Xow correct this for us Citizens we ask you for help and we will help you Protection Hose Co Xo 1 13 for the lltllc Ciinfril FbRTWoirrn An 15 Inclosed find 53 votes for the little Confed Miss Sallie Weltinan Be brave never say die we will be with you at the close LlTTIE CONFEPS 1orgot the Trot Line Fort Worth Aug 15 The b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

7 J W m M Dobbs Comanche n 1 Comanche 1ssis Patrick Dnblin a mm manche Themes fiv > r W Barry Dallas > or ll Ieathcrwnod H Morris Pittsburg < Firt Worth cowmen i A Taggart Chico Vr A C Gainesville if 1 Tor Ml King A Friend Galveston V ia < he rt Pollock Vr from Hoosicr State- s r K Leak I r < Worth Ue i Anderson 2 K Thomson Weatherford i tlui in t oitity < 1 una < inity 109 i 11 j i or a 11 i 11 1 ip j r < 1 nly > orJ 3 1 i l < iiierford 52 t < y ilio ifc25 I 1 irtiii tiiity CiajMiie 11 re 11 i ounty j in V 10 1 U111011 i Hituty Ti 5j 1 wt i XOJS 5 I JS05I j osars j ijxi itHrsj s310 Ji > m < > b lV + 20 30 ti 1 IiolanliV ii > iu iinss jt > Qn 11ml i ratur jJli Iiilllxro laJJl i uira l 1 < ily 1I1HO 1 11 i irli > U2 11 tliibln tESli ilu iSOJ ti 14 tatij > i o 10JI f s than 00 letters re i litf < bf hnidVi 1r 1 iTiac Tin mehi t n Ilint lif it wi ill ItiV ilH m t i L i tvt t hlivt iu fifty miles from hero was discovered yes- t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

S BlghestM all in LcaYsfting Power U S GoVt Report Aug 17 iS8j DECKED mm IN Of I j riinMt Triple rxaici in hulk Triple Extract i s Camphor Ice Special Meot m i ror sale < n Fort Worth by Egglestos Jt Egglestos Department lid tltan godliiu s 1 more con former than iter you il 3rlia d you so permit ome of the an offer in 11 give you lg in price iJ y some n over and i remember > or i kk as well as Soapswe pecijil inducements < jf > IjvlnmSiuii 10c per i iKe l Ti Turkish lltili oin fine per on I Cash Boucjuet > oap Slcpercake na > oi > Iiv > k ltathtiou lite pi r Im k l irohi l pr cake II 7 per do < > 11111 Oil SoUp sr > c WT do A1 i iiii v other at a corresponding cut in pr > In the line of Perfumes and Face Powder a like con ce ion in cost is made viz ti < ilci Ireun Mimrr Mkk i shuiug Soap Ilorula Water So 1 err il < hiuel Toilet Waver i nl Purina Toilet Water Tollei IuWdel n Hu e Powder Mn Down 1owder NEW BOOKS RECEIVED 0 per oz none better ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

V u w 405407 Houston 404 Main Street 05 AS THEY ARE Ht > iV bPLCHT ADDRESSES THE GOVERNOR ON THE t l < t puil Make Sori < 7laiu i la of I iris Under Klist iit C ircumsiaiices > i WirniTA CorxTv Tnx is a copy if a letter f wnor Hogg by ill Hor- i i In alien land law U I I1ITA COCNTV TEX Aurf 11 t 1 S Hogg Governor of > I u my return from Europe 1 m of Texas all ecitcd i ujI law passed by the last i force siny Inly lit 191 i seems to be nieiiean r i i ii people This is t Js it advisable to at a moment when our le iouipareti with a young < > society when she at hen she gains ihe admi r l Her parents need 1 < i nio dresses money has ii troelyto give her the money is what Texas 1 InnjeNp and it lier father ssitet by the rest of the legislators does not i ih direction the Texas i retire from tne scene r i > iivion aud poverty is huil to obtain money > abroad as well as at i East Jhe interests i ist are ouposed to those A cs The mitopolies ii rdo not permit of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

to i sHWbhBKwwE 10 FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE rUSUSlED EVERY DAY III THE YEAR DEMOCRAT ui PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Husk Street FORT WORTH hums or sli < ckiption BT VitL IN ADVICE rOTACE rAID Dal y aud > jmlay ore vcar HO 00 V 1 am undiv slxmonths f > > MoLdav Uinc < l y anil Friday 6 0 2 I r ndav lsLTTE IrttO l pages 1 VT 2 10 T V ekyi A7CTTK lSpagcs ore year 100 Hy in if iii tic cty and suburbs 2j cents a tcek i tl per month INVTPl CTIONS TO subscribers r r I koPc Address ia full including To a > 1 itjt i iurrs i3 to be chanced rive old address fcf Dl W j tin i azit r will be s nt only Tor the Umc Isr ua rectunce 13 made rosrACF Entered at the Posofllcc in Tort Worth Tex- as src nd lass M itter For r lectin of our puious who desire lo trL t i f e copes of fill Gazette through T < i we sue herewith the transient rate of Tustare F eign and Doirrstlc Per Copy 1 b re AfiM pareiuwr lcenl fc ctD ica twenty iiu e paper Scents...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

n JiL 5uc y o Bsy crrjanontly Restored Ale > n th0 Fon yy KK I Weekly GiXETTE > orroo 3elUlty > and all rulfif excesses Vn Intrrrstlns Device Amonsr the mechanical devices that will he brought before members at the anuual meetimr next month of the IJoadmasters istociatieu of America at St Paul will be one called the automic mechanical lockius offaitcrlockiiie levers It is the invention ipfjjlired A Gticber engineer and suj > erin taiident of tlie Allentown iron company Its purpose is to protect railroad tracks already controlled bv the interlocking tower system It is claimed for the de vice that no matter how negligent a tower operator may be in properly handling his lovers it will correctly regulate the trrcks so that a runoff accident is impossible Uoadmastcr Kobert Black of the Manhat- tan elevatcdvvho is on tne track interlocking switch committee has been delegated to ex tplain to the members the operation of the eviee Arranrlnc Xrw Srlirdulos Freight schedules for t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

ww vz nVt K kfi vw U iesy 12 DR8 BEITS St BETTS FH7SICHJS SORGIOKS AiiBSPECIALiSTS 1005 MAIN STREET Dallsus Texaa TTe raost t oelv cr0 tuvcraDy known spe riarirts n the lcjico State Tlielr long cxiO Herce remarLaoie skill and universal success So tbe trratrc i and cure of Nervous Chronic lid So iiul ct < i n entitles these eminent phTSei to tiif full confidence of the arilcied rverjwtei 1Lt1 ruarantee a ciin in anu positive cum fcr t e aw u > rn is or early ice and the numerous t aifr i > w d rain lf AT h WOiiD AND SKIN DISK > < v i mp and nprmanrrtiTiff OlM Its > itd readily L3 < jii CillIul trcat IlLf S FISTraW RDKECTAL ULCERS r aranteedj jjp Tiv1ihout pain or detention from bJjjipl1TIF IF AND VARIOCELF perma and iiccciunv Iurrd iaev v ease SYll > ILl > iNW hHLV iLi Er Spfr saTunl a seminal weakness Lot jianhooj Ntg > r 1mlor IJayed 1 acuities Female V laknc and ii d iitp disorders peculiar to fittrt x p < i ymdas vll as all func tcnai d solders th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

b A Rat r > s jiH bfautifu Jiome i < ii roinyfiiences have WArTtst i rnn UG purchased on 1 < iv t We will be intcrostefl l Prudtst sJ Corner Min and Fourth streets Fort Worth Texas 250 Per Day MAN S5 Tcrer Fourth Main and Rusk Sts Fort Worth Texas W w DUNN SON OV Ole Ilulst 1 nil the aliove is or writ for t uan 35jjt T fi r iched hy law in Texas consequently the Only Company WOUfTH GAZKjTll j K gvmjr 10 General Agents 25 Special Agents S y FfSB 0 5TOXJ WAETT TO BIT THE CHAMBEI TOHOME If ssgjfcall oia INVESTMENT COMPANY rlington Heights possessing all st been completed These 1 monthly payments about to show the houses to THE CHAMBERUN INVESTMENT COMPANY Cor Fourth and Rusk Sts FofLWflgfei b > a jaaisa Presdt DJ SMKTrceFresat FnAsc Dorset Cashlej frrwATONAL BANK ytfinilila jpnlls Tex A general banking busness In all its branches h5apltai SSO000 rVlecnons made on a Panhandle points L a hi til Preadent CHAB ECHE03E2 VioePrti gg j fl HfefcMhltT CjT JM4mffBANK u UIjl S300fO 60...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

u ARGUMENT Before the Railroad Commis- sion of Texas on a Hearing BEFORE FIXING THE RATES Of J W Terry Attorney for the Gulf Colorado and Santa Ee Railway Company TrTas Ilecelvinir in the Aggregate Cheaper Ituilioail Transportation Than in Any Mate or Country of the Worlil Note The contents luicof were in tjpe b or the tariffs pioposed by the coiiimis e > for consideration of the railwavs on August a and 0 weie received xvlnch ac- counts for the fact that there is no lefei enco herein to such tariffs om co rviii Are the IrCMnl Itaiviaj Katei or leiai h t Whole rrnreuiotnblc The commission cannot constitutionally est ihiish a tariff of rates winch will de ji vo the rauvaj companies of the power ci < iiung their operating expense inter < > jn bonds legaj issued and some di enl on their stock i A N A ii v Co vs Dey 35 Federal porter SCO 1 A tix Co x s State Supremo Court oi I > orda 37 A i K K H cases 57 t A Ac St Paul Ryxs State ot Alinne s i u s 4j > imttpols etc Ry...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

ar < s wu d probably be 5 per cent less It- t > I J iicniitsioii tariff wo have be ho eirgia tariff While at a rr plt seem lo be a distance tariff mi rns of service it is in fact- or J value of service tariiT We v that lower rates within the iiit are really value of serv it i slated bv Sir Hadley that > o ad rent of railroads products i u by wagons at a profit for Take a Texas distance tariff pi say that tne wagonhaul limit i j bv 177 miles he Georgia commission pro rer 250 miles rates may at the pleasure of the carrier Mollis the rates under 250 il ili < rates he not less than r Mmiles Thus the Georgia hi called an exception to a nie tariff for seventythree Georgia commissioners in ro proceed ou the basis of o the result is nevertheless i f or snrvicc taiiiff r = t 100 miles on first class pm 12 cents for five miles to hi niles or 32 cents While jo miles the increaso Is only o thiol WOmiles the increase i for he fourth 100 miles it is as compared with the in t < is e...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

36 jnoney used in supporting the road at a time rrhen the traftic was not sutlkiont to ilo so CONTLKSION Tir Texas Iarmcr amJ tho T a < Men liant Jiaeai Hutf nit Milch to Kiek Alifiul 3 Thes ItuuRlnp It is the opinion of many lbit when iho rovernnient takes from the raihviy uiaiiu fers the power and undertakes to li rat vraj rates the government should < omnei ae the railway companies lor anyensr quoit los Tho English governmeni has never undertaken the task of fixing rales in general France practically controls the Fat of her railroads but she guarantees private investors a liberal per cent on the Investment Russia controls the railroa i riies but she guarantees to private inves- tors at least 5 purcent Ju Itnl the cov rrmncnt is authorized to reduce tariffs pro- vider the loss in earnings to the companies m nitoxeeed onehalt of 1 per rent on a sum agreed on as a minimum revenue In AutriaIfungary the government may re < jeo rate where the net earnings exceed 36 i t cent of...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

VI t gimry Invented in s Policy Yield More Jrolit than When Deposited iu a > avinss ltank I i I Tell the Truth r the above hearting the Indicator up ago published a good article on- t of lapses and the iauses leading j decree of dissatisfaction that tl policy holders to lapse their > ol iir surrender them at a loss the completion of the stipu iijbT of payments named in i t When it is remembered itie is known of the practical j I a life insurance company of premium is constructed and the liv which a jwlicy becomes more each year it increases in age the i that there are not more lapses niters yearly t han are shown by luiiiiiiors report f with the Indicator it will be itably true that the man who at > veil goods through misreprosenta 1 u ual falsehood will ultimately i if The sune proposition holds ifc 1 whether applied to asscssment iuar life insurance It will not end i i leal of the large body of agents v ni our life companies an ovor niijiirity thereof are men of DUld scor...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

11 Cnwrrr 1 Etho Tones the heroine of the story is tho daughter of a Philadelphia business man with no social ambition for biswo daughters Mrs Jones however desires them to shine in society The fatier dos leaving Ills family in rather straitened c mniiiistanees Thanks to the management oX the mother anil Ethels o iicHence at Miss Maybilrns school Ethel beomts acquainted with Lotty ilathorne aiU through her enters society CnAVTEi 2 Describes Ethels first dinner jiaitj at Mrs Hathonies whichsheenjoyod ireniendously Hitting a good deal with Messrs Mason Temple Algernon Fairfax an Strouslaer IVnn Charter aid Brans inii e Boullter She met and was much Impressed with Mr Middleton Hall a sen s hie man u ho had been a friend nf her faher Chapter i describes Ellins first winter- s > > e is discreet an makes a general sue ess but K annoyed by the necessity espe iaU at her firstassembly ball of restrn m i g her desire to he too unconventional she decides to marry well before the close he...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT so J P STKLLE EDITOR t1 isiifk Notice All communications intended for this department should be addressed i J > Stelle Kort Worth Tex < liAK CINK CULTURE a ce is in compliance with a re marie by a correspondent through citTTF some weeks ago The a < l he wanted us to give the whole y gar cane culture from beginning i > iot leave anything out under nj > on fiat it was alreadj under ii wiiitctl the article written as v hi tuii never before heard of su r un lt r cane referred lo was sugar ugn and not sorghum There sugar cane sorghum is no more < than broom corn is a sugar no nearer relationship to su uMcallj than an oak tree has To call it a sugar cane is to- te a long stretch of imagina a sorghum Johnson grass is iLiium tiierefore it would be oper to call Johnson grass a lV 11 to call the coarsergrow uiti which we make sorghum i s ar caue The name Chi- me was probably affixed by who wanted liis sorghum > reputation of real sugar I is this in...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 16 August 1891

20 ntherwise than romo to the conclusion that the i > cr cent of humane people living m Fort Worth must be extremely small in- deed I am not blaming any man or body of men who put that drinkiug arrangement there originally it was probably about the best that could have been done at the time but not so now How much would it cost to- > ut up a neat drinkiue trough conveniently elevated abovo the ground with a supply of pure artesian water constantly flowing into it There are fine artesian wells close at hand and no doubt arrangements could be made with their proprietors tcsupply a small pipe leading to the watering trough There must be humane people here it would not take any great number of these at a contribution of twentyfive cents each to remove that nuisance and thus do a great charity to mans best friend the horse Every contributor would get the full worth of his twentylive cents so often as he looked unou the new watering arrangement and noted the pleasure evinced in the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 17 August 1891

m Ei or5 ILf s m il WRAT PUBLISHING CO nL l a a Tun etiv av ort Wor II ISS0URI MILITARY t vwicre tlia to ovcrliovnng tlr t doubled for second ghts Hot water circulation < i location HoTre influenceif etion nts for WeotfPointer l nAffi Uruversitv Jnfarttrvj Cavalry Drill Ior i lUloguevjidiirosrf Col A F FLEET Mexlco r i Tlu TUi FORT WOiTU GAZETTE AT B BAI3 SUCCESSOR TO B per cent below prices jepartmen Successor to B SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 3V JA3SrS CO slippers at lioes wortliNjU and at 2 50 85 Mens lowquarter shoes at 2 worth 3 and 3 pair Boys and girls shoes at 35 regular C Evans Co uii iSrtranYvrii 0 LO u rt I ts m < ru r iolt l VVjfll of vapil > irTirl i f 1 u ilsu n loiuiuttiinhiitlii dubrn urn M L Q f Il iiil M t i in n Has bit u two uvrs m Pitis suclvinvit i t jppluil i til aii muekin t gue n ju a ia I i v unit mi lu cit ilogu a VKb L KIOL tres Ml N1 e IHL 1 OKT WOiail C V iIIL f ltonejs h i > tu Oii RtrT ha > e tunica frc a d < lie 4 if nrrdtnl Well r u VjIJG ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 17 August 1891

it he IV 2 1 > u a Ile NATURAL FRUiTFLAtfCRS Vanilla Lemon Orange Almond Rcse etc Of perfect purity Of great strength Economy In their usa Flavor as delicately lind deiiclously as the fresh fruit FARM PROFITS Tim American Aicrirnlturist 1reilictn One Jillloii liollaro More This YearTnau lor Scwral Years > Cnw YorK Aug 10 Farm profits will oe SloOJOWJOOO more this year in the ii < i State than they have been during iui year of depression nt least this is ic estimate put forward by the Ameri i Agriculturist i its annual review i the harvest to b3 published in ic forthcoming September issue of that ue Oi a basii of the present pros i i his authoritv estimates the ooni crop I at aiUUODOJj bushels wheat JUO iii no bu s and luts OJO0UiX Imsh against 10im4l > U und JOW00o bushels rivcb i IM and 1700445 and r > 7V K oimi bushels as ho average for the pre i i leleven years This makes the totai i Kitive crop of corn of wheat and oats < i IMVHW bushels or K per I vater than l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 17 August 1891

GAZETTES GIRLS Who Will be the First to Start the Good Work A PREMIUM FOR EACH ONE ZKOUms Offered Which May- a It tli Formation of a Miclcty M > o r to Workforthe jimlit of the Citys 1oor lT WOKTH TEX Aug 16 1S9L i m interested spectator of the has ixen going on for the last > i3 scholarship offered by i well as Hardin college j the fact that this contest more general interest than ever started in Tarrant oeenthc one leading topic Ai in the city every day for > But all good things os so by the time this is ufore your readers the MMn all in and the great matters not which one of uets the prizes it is a well that Tjn iAETTE as well ably represented in any jrnr ladies who have had re the public ira this con vru themselves capable of o ing that would do credit in the land and v Inle all ncre is a large amount of tvfoated candidates on ac ungth all have displayed rii iil this communication is 1 ite a movement whereby Til amount of strength can m one grand body to help v inn in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 17 August 1891

4 FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAH DEMOCRAT PUBLIK COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth 2nd Kusk Streets FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUlJSCKIITIOrf BT MATI I ADVANCE rCSTAGE PAID Daily and Suirtay onescar ElOfiO Da < ly and Sunday six months r > SO Monday V ednodnv and Friday fi 00 The Sunday Gazette 13 to 21 pages 1 yr 00 The Weekly Gazette 12pascs one year 1 < J0 Uv carrur in the city and suburbs BO cents it eek or 1 per month IXSTEJJCTIONS TO SOBSCRIBEKS Give Postofiice Address in full ineludins C ouaty and Stale It address Ls to be changed give old address 3s ell as new Tat jAzettt will be sent only for the time Jor hich remittance is made POSTAOE Entered at the Postonice in Fort Worth Tex- as SecondClass Matter For the benellt of our patrons who desire to send tingle copies of The Gazette through tht maii we give herewith the transient rate cf postage Foreign and Domestic Eight and twelve page paper Sixteen and twenty pare paper cr Cop...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 17 August 1891

j h hi when tho Contest at tho behest of the iie left on hand not iniiidred letters which mit attention to These iieu votes and poetry en which according to i not be pubiihed The- o on the record sheet iiiessed day of rest busy i preparing tho mass < r lor the committees iu Xevir in the South per i a number of letters re > n institution as came to r Saturday and Saturday came from all sections of J c um outside of the sta e i n o letters will be re- t tn > poetry that lies hidden inn of it good some of it indifferent is bnried uas The Gazette was d o see the for poetry surely it art that turns to rhyme and- > s the uoetrv came The Ga foiS WiiTiw ri iu r ip r lr WHO WILL REPRESENT TEXAS AND THE GA- ZETTE AT HARDIN COLLEGE Hire College Offers Eight Scholarships to Include Full Ccl ie iTe Course and Course of Painting and Drawing to the second Third Fourth and Fifth Highest Both in the Race for the Fort Worth and State Scholarships A CA1MS i o have so Idndly given me tan me...

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