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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 22 August 1891

TT V f I IS t T > 1 1 t I ii UU v MIC SuU B c 7CTMag h H B irn < o table linen 40 worth COcyjird t Houston wsrflpsvs D10CRAT PCBLISHESG CO E FORT WORT AT SUCCESSOR TO B ccococcsc20 = ccoooc3occco Jiast Pteceiveca Turkey red table linen fastcolor worth 50c a yard at 24c yard Successor to B C and Main 33C53S yfrtVce 0 Summer Wear Must be Sold if Sacrificing Prices Will Sell Them o g o c c c o c c o I 5 c OOCC COSC5wCCC33COCOOO > ant Silk Waists worth 750 to SI2 going at 450 to 6 v Ohiffon Laces at 39c yard 49c yard to 75c worth fully double me imported China Silks all colors worth 1 at 65c yard r Silk Grenadines at almost your own price d S8 Embroidered Suits at 295 JI1UJ WILL BE SOLD AT 950 TO 16 es LIN UNDERWEAR AT Cj U fTMATERIAL jimkrof the 13 C Mock of musliij iiii < lcr t rrffust ix jictual cost from > OOYdsSOFTFINISHE from oof Muslin chemise at 21c worth 4jc Hotter rade > in above lines at propoitionately low prices Muslin skirts at T c worth 75c Muslin gowns ...

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. — 22 August 1891

7am la m lint op n 0 p in fc p in r ten 10 TORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY VI THE YEAR 3EH0CRAT FOBLEHfflG COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth ana Husk StresB FORT WORTH terms of scnscRirTioN I < Y WAIL IN ADVANCE rOSTACE TAID Paiy and Sundavone year tlo 00 7 ij anil Sunday six months 5 rfl Iiornav Wcunenlsy and Friday S 00 i unrtay Gazette 18 to21 piges 1 yr 2 l Wmj flAZETTE iSpajcs one year 100 i ctTter n the city ana suburbs 2i cents rcell or II permonth instkcctions to subscriisers C e Pottotsce Address in lull IncludJns Ct ny uad State > address is to he changed give old address Ch wpi as nfff The fAZETiK will he sent only for the time or wrjien rcxnUtunLe is made POSTAGE Entered at tie Postofflre in Fort Worth Tex as Sf coedClass Matter Forlhe bretltof our parons who desire to send Eir < rle copies of THE GAZETTK through ire ra oe give herewith the transient rate o posuge Foreign and Domestic Per Copy right and twelve page paper 1 cent ...

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. — 22 August 1891

J if m m LOCAL TIME TABLE 11 xas and pacific KASTUOlNl No Sdailv No 4 dativ No 6 daily No dally No lOdatly wFSTrorND No l daily No 3 daily No A dally No daily No l > dally Leave T2f > a in fiJOp m 520 a m 3u0p m 103a a m 905 ata 435 p m i HI KANSAS AND TEXAS onTiinoou icaTC Vo 2 dailv f > a ° No 4 dailv 7iJJpoi cjCTJIBfiUSU No l daily p No daily WJjam yN CONTINENTAL M mnjocsa Leave No daily S4 a m Ni daily Sj5am No M daily No JBdaHy c trains Nos Sand 6onlvstop l c Junction Atlanta JeOr I wrview Junction lig Sandy j > int Tcrreli East Dallas v v > rtn ORTII AND DENVKKLcave Lcave No 1 daily N Sdailv 9 am No 3 dully No4diili 410pm i HADOAXD SANTA IE vnrnmorsD Leave No Irtdaily No Lduily j 1 uaily No a daily Jl4ra in fc10p in ro a m 0D p in mill AND JtIO GRANDE GRANDELeave Leave Fort Worth 3 Hup in i i t AND NEW OHLEANS Leave No mall 40p ui c 41 accommodation S15ain No 43 mail i uccoimnodution ii u in from the Union Depot C D LusK Ticket Agent i i I SOUTHWESTERN Leave Mi ...

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. — 22 August 1891

19 ID ar > ew jaj A KENTUCKY BEAUTY Marion C Takes Covn a Ten Thousand Dollar Purse AT GARFIELD PARK CHICAGO Thirty Thousand I rantlc Tcoplc Witness the Contort Jockey Fitzpntrick Given a CooiThuiian Other Sporting Event larlield Park Itaces CnnAGO III Aug 22 The mighty T i w as bumbled lo the dust today before > hjo j > e p e When Kingston probabiy a gratust nice Lorsc 6i the turf and uUion said to bo the cleverest rider in vmrioi pranced past the grandstand at < unit MtK this afternoon they were niiiuAhs by light divine Horse i jotki v seemed to feel it an ab surd that so many people ap l eu to blieve a real contest passible i or tiucoopurst hung on tie viie It had teer araiged thut the faino Chicago > hu it ienny should uphold iir 1 r i tv but much rrgret was > i s d Vj s hat fenny temporary t id form i vv r j the plan from being carried out N nws a remarkable contest it wa3 > i woail of necessity eu tli Kingston known to i ndid condition being chased d City ...

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. — 23 August 1891

iteff pUiOCRAT riJBLISIILXG CO FORT WORT loaded with slugs and he marched through the principal street of Homer i iohii fiii iasii finally stationing himself near the court house the general meetiugplaco lor the people of Homer and farmers coining in from the neighboring country John Ram sey came down the main stieet a few min utes afterwards and as he approached the courthouse Tuggle stepped out from the crowd that had assembled there probably to witness the affair that was to come off Ramsay saw the gun pointed at him and turned and ran receiving only one sun but Professor J Henley William who hap pened to be on the other side of the street in the line of the gun and looking iu an oi > pusite direction received the greater por tion of the load of buckshot in the back it shattered his thigh broke his spine and one of the bullets went entirely through him coming out in front Brother Williams was sixtythree years of age a quiet peaceable and highly es teemed gentleman and his deat...

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 August 1891

P kfc MULESSi OISLIKE CARM > tTA PERRY If I am weal and you are strong Why then why thn To you the braver deeds belons And so again If yon have gifts and I hare none ir 1 have shade and you lave sun T 13 ours with freer hand to plie I s iur With truer grce to live I ian I who siftless sunless stand v h lurren life and hjri Tis nl doir 1bw the perfect code 15v love inspired Of Mm un whom much is bestowed Is much required 1V tiiuiul throat is bid to sing Tb < ak mu t rei > m the ftiesl s king i < i thug ireamile whefldoth move na ri steel its strength must pro e n unto the ca ie s tve I iei > the midday li 1 v > oiiloT letters has sustained a se f by the death of lames IJussell I v 1 ii whatever light In is viewed as i i turer or iu public life hehas shone v iinTiy as as a scholarly gentleman li t attainments lias won the respect only for himself but for his native l i h he lias ever whore so ably rcp < < niit of St lames he was the rep w of all that elevates m...

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 August 1891

ww tofifl = i A FOR AfAEnE33 OVER 5gLFX BRTOf1y as + r < H e c < ORGE1 V cRY ttJC1 IT iJBflioTEi > LrVTRACToWj Lf T Co iV jCjiw VorK and U ondon fHE TRUTH IMt RICH AND POOR COUNTRY I irrolt llmipkln Land mil uoolicr Luiul ami Ollirr Sorts > Ana Ji Terrell is rnt i iic folks say Wo arc tiil anil too far from i to advertise in that i pood fanning country Thai s what a fellow said to a stranger who could be raised here farmer raised over six mi > on two acres nf land i Mi the conversation gave > i id added Dats so i nise your taters too in stranger asked about Hes < id i i ui never fails never slio i in de sand and start icvll pet lhar As he if mother knowing grunt w Ith dats so sho nuro is correct lor if he I is crop more tlian one is eer found it out and mi tateis Hut that s i i though one of the things or silver mine except > bird licks and a iuqkj when it iHmiesJirtianu1 m I nieaii ffrieh land i e t iyjjRfmITerse cows iK < rfW < tlont mean more iMl Vtf...

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 August 1891

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT j p sTniiit kditoj Pcnusncns Notice All coinmunicaions intended for this department should be addressed To Prat J P Stellc KortWorth Tex crLTuuii or run iiamt Several patrons of The Gazetti ind cor respondents of this department have asked tor an article giving full directions with reference to the culture management etc of the > eannt crop A good ileal on that auujeet has already apeared in these col umns but the evidently growing interest in peanu culture for Texas has secured the iuiiint of our mind to hoover it all once nv i as few words as possible I he most universally known common name u t > ie crop is peanut In somelocalitiesitis i a ed ground nut but this is not a safe name owing to the fact that the cliufa is ofien railed ground nut An article referring ti Oi ground nut without a niinute de spit would leave the reader in doubt i o v huh of the t w o was meant A very ummun name for it in the South is pindar > v the negroes of the Southern st...

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 August 1891

m rporaurc boww tliit of natural atmos 0 nS PC011 w ° real ms rnopstrato its eortectnoss with nTcr and a bucket of water The osH to have neon in the house jug enough to become as i temperature of the air will i > > tli thermometer as it hangs 1 ir i Milk it in the water for a mi read again The second considcr i v i temperature shown by the first iihority malting special ifw point in Xorthern j jeely given you our own Vric e to the matter based iYiitific principles The i ii iy considerably higher r at cither Calveston or it > an earth temperature ijijp to five us a medium Worth would make no iry of our coast towns la its high dew point marked influence upon i g on It probably gives thv would aj > ear with r indication is that the > uier at night than in the dew poiuts ULAR SCIENCE PEDHOT REALMS UNDER JCKERS HILL nul nrjirUi roolllg tho IM I i > ilt ulttt I trll Tlliper liw Mot it Mill < cl 1 ilfrs Hill Well m esioiis of surprise with u u temperature existing Wort...

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 August 1891

ARE MIRACLES TRUE Famous Divines Answer Ques tions That Have PERPLEXED DEVOUT MINDS Jtev Howard 3IaoOuciry 3Inkes It All 1latii It Ilelcr Newton Thinks fating lake Clirit is True Keligioii floral anil Spiritual Truth IC upt lifil 191 and all rights rescn cd by v UillitonChrisiineJ Shimyoung lady friends of mine who tb > U fi prolcssiug christians had been led I cimous and writings of certain em it r ne f our day to doubt many It < i > dogmas and creeds recently depu i 1 > ie < > f iheir number to write to those ill cdgentleimn a letter propound ing Mi li lowing questions > il miracles ol Christ literally true 31 Jesus delude the people and im x i pon their credulity i and the miracles are nevertheless ui how did such fabulous stories ongi l jnd who was directly responsible lor 11 i 11 w r jert any isnt of the scriptures as 11 lui inh mil we not reject all And if v r the whole scriptruesas mythical iiij we no reject every semblance of i mi religion i > lie hop...

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 August 1891

x k iNiih first InhlUlinl POLLAROCRACY Aii Arnericari Story rr a new hand liv Frank Ver Heel CopvriKhted bv Tillotson t Son lor the Gazette 4 1 > I AMBITION r i I know not In fair sooth theoy or bid thee blind leur c of ihy life shall flow i mi or shadowstained i3 > v or unwholesome fen U v joy or in thy woe in race thou art ordained t lot of common men I Hood P hue our two hours talk nie up the tighter Givu uur Perfcctos I like your > much as your siuuhes u nae indicated points i liLhtj but all tho same i this thins through so < Illobbe ap vc done with the business jnjre the subject What 3 bust lirefM I t jour marble bust > u Warraby Your golden > ii ienius and its artful li shapeless block into t2 of your soul iirient Biobbe but it was ar smile ii for the only immortality i < cettinr the immortality iiu erj compliment mi sed o ward associations of ii l M and soul or Vi ii failed to draw omo it lilarnaby into a pjlpa iimess He took a dozen < uuui pulled up s...

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 August 1891

> Highest of all in Leareaing Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 FOR BARGAINS I3ST CLIPPERS And jftll MMAYERKUHN i v CASINO HATiT i t l pLa I Iwl 1 ll If t 11 1 1 14 nr < nipurti and li i ijfld imy I I r W0AI1 IMrl DlCj For saV in Fort Worth by Fgclestox Ecctestos VISIT OUR STORE TODAY I mill1 505 Houston St vtUKJflfjjf i > Jtl ci ciT T rfcndpfoinp j1 lil0 1 < ii to li t anm i p < 1 at 1 Vvj J jrt ho 1 nt lortiiotii ga 1 jiii linnk 1 tATLNT i I luii t but I n H1 1 RO ARY FANSmi groins to BERLINER WEISS BEER 1 Tlnntiiitt liimton Sts Port Worth KIA1 I > TATK ull h prticr co ting Agents An niri rs o Land Til IvinJclicf M > icltrl I > Mi K TI XV M iii I ct tturth laittc T O CtRON DEALER IN RE rrrr i t w > prompt attention c 1 KKMKIN TCX Kurt Wtn1 li CartU nitii viist Doctor McCoy Pcitai and GcnitoUriiiary Specialist IHIMK as ami ili diva es of the rrc utn without drientioiifruiL Urethra Strictures J1 nins or and all liea < of innnnUmn Cinj7c < es UanOitCC...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 August 1891

s J fi4pMtm iFB MM 1 couple should I < i l iir i > the low j mi housekeeping i encourage them I t d it oii e j ii im Mm Id Ammonia j I iOc ltl i Cliiiia Fruit j t j lye u jbc lNiMif hoe pol 10c i k large size 10e i Oil iindj y2 v Iirdozen 25c1 Thiiispiirent 1 C 3Jor 2 C Sc f ilt Papfir V ho Iaundry oap 7c pin tevolvi i a astoiJO JO I PftiK io 4 A < > i il iitoiM abhA I h Vrin < i Tfci TucksA j I j r < I i Maizes VlOJ 2 l Clothes iOn fit lor < > T i HARROW WAY c Interest for Those fcnously Inclined 1ENT WORKERS u etii of Hie Work lu i ttlicl Election Ucv s Iteturn Down the Aiil I tiiolit clinrh 1irst Methodist church liev W I Lloyd tiieets atJ 30 a in and e at 7 p in It is the > tor and church to hold u ethigs in the eastern r moir Sundayschool vi111 be held under by the Fort Worth dis as bought for such meet licl Hoard Election ion of ofllceis of the i Thursday Auirust 15 proceedings will soon i newly elected officers itiiini pisident Harry uliMit Warnil C...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 August 1891

L t it TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER The Gatesvilie Post says Bud Cavitt of Coryell county has ill acres in cotton ttdih w tlie acre Tl Decatur News says J S Gilliland of isc county raised some peaches winch wcitrhMi onehalf pound each Alvarado is shipping from 1000 to 1500 pi > us of rapes per day Cimniius Sterling county Good rains hij ldlcn over this section of country < i hiii the last Jew days and the prospect cod for fine winter range water and fii ss both boins plentiful at present 1 hot BrLi County Aujr 30 Cotton is b < nninsr to make its appearance in our to vn There lime been six bales received up o date The iricc is so iow that the fanners are loathe to sell The boll worm his entirely ruined the most prosperous Iniiilnp crops of cotton and the man who be ii money now that there will be a intrv crop this than last year has a good ciMue to lose lis money riMiu Moiiii Coistv Aup 20 The jii < i iale of cotton received here this year V < raised on the farm of W F Clay...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 August 1891

iRS BETTS BETTS 005 MAIN STREET Dallas Texas I0THi fZk k de i ano uvoraoly known pe i P i a i > States Their long expe e ak and universal success < t r f auu cure of Nervous Chronia i e entitles these einistflP confidence of Ihsj ClStel Li Kr CURE for te and the cumerouj loVd and skin diseases aiid pennanentiv cured imi I ITV AND SEXUAL DI3 I riauiv to their skillful treat 1 r L AND RECTAL ULCERS i u thout piia or detention AND YARIOCELE pcrma f currd iaevfrvcase v uNultRHKA GLEET Sptr weakness Lost Manhood npiayid Faculties Female r a I der tc disorders peculiar to v y l jred as well as all fun > t u roult from youthful foUlil r i i rf year rin Til DC uarantcd pirmanently s I r i I UMl cnr d rmoal completM can lr or dilatation Cures 1 y alknl wthout a moiaectJ Tu Young and Rliddfe Aged Men r C PC PIIDC I he aw ful efforts of A 0 L L b U n L eariy kc w hlch brings cirovinp both mind and u dreaded ills permanently UPS BETTS cut und VlTr J Address those who have impair d them...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 23 August 1891

1 1G THE CITY IN BRIEF But Little of Interest Transpires During Yesterday ALDERMANIC VIEWS OF WATER Tliat Mr Moodie Hal In Say About The iaztttes UV1I A luce Watermelou An Affeclinc Letter MUs Chase Kntertainment Etc Ncir Suits rilrd In the district clerks ofilce yesterday f > nl tuo suits were tiled They were Ole Kudd vs Annie Scow et al suit in parti liuii C J Williams vs M J Williams dionf on the grounds of drunkenness deoauchery and abandonment Totn KerdyN KtiiminaUon 1 urn Reedy was ljffore Justice Reynolds yiinlay to answer the charge of omliez miiit preferred against him by a colored man by the name of Katherinc Tribcn i woman claims that Reedy embe led a iictc for 475 The examination was not li shed yesterday and will be rosumed to morrow Reedy denies the charge A Stockholder SnjK tioi Another stockholder of the Spring Palace association desires to offer a suggestion in ard to the disjiosition of the funds and t it is instead of civinc it to the Worlds tiir donate it to M...

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