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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 27 August 1891

STATE ALLIANCE The SubTreasury Bill Discuss ed Unanimously Endorsed VOTE ON THE ALIEN LAND LAW The Gallant Thirteen Still Arguing the Matter With the Radical Brethren Call for ClinnM 3l ftinjri to Kloct Dele lll 4 to tho Illleratilte Cf ll utiuu of Anti iil > lr i tlrj At Jinnee M n Special to Ihv Ga7Ctt DiLiAS Tux Aug SI The forenoon hour of the Alliance session today wis taken up iirincip illv in the discussion of the subtrcisurj hill The whole hill wis tnoniuphh ventilated and viewed in all its phases When the Mite wa reached there was hut one meraher who voted against the bill but he clunked h > mind and went > ea so thai the hill was unanimously in dorsed This at I ion was no sm prise u > all the anti membeis had been excluded from the meetiiijr and the subtrei > uiy measure xvas sine to mu Still Arguing A rouiile of days ago the alien land law was indorsed hi a vote of 121 to thirteen but the ttinteen are yet aiguimr the matter with the brethren on the outside l...

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. — 27 August 1891

i AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT 1 F STKllE EDITOR PtBiasiirns Notice All communications Intended lor this department should be addressed to 1ior 1 P Stellp lort Worth Tex cextckk or tiii teaxut Several patrons of Tnc Gazette and cor respondents of this department have asked for an article giving full directions with reference to the culture management etc of the peanut crop A pood deal ou that subject has already appeared in these col umns but the evidently growing interest in peanut culture for Texa3 has secured the eonseut of our mind to 0 over it all once mors in as few words as possible The most universally known common name for the crop Is peanut In some localities it is called ground nut but this is not a safe same owing to the fact that the chufa is often culled groundnut An artlclercferring to the ground nut without a minute du tcription would leave the reader in doubt a3 to which of the two was meant A very common name for it in tho South is pindar whilo the negroes of tho Southe...

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. — 27 August 1891

a temperature below that of natural atmos phere The young people who road this ijiy easily demonstrate its correctness with a thermometer and a bucket of water Tho water is supposed to havo been In tho house for a day or Ions enough to become as warm as the temperature of the air will make it Head the thermometer as it hangs in the room then sink it in the water for a fow minutes and read again Tho second reading will show a temperature consider ably lower than was ihown by the first We have no authority making special mention of the dew point In Northern Texas bnt haTe merely given you our own opinion with reference to the matter based upon accepted scientific principles Tho dew point 5a evidently considerably higher at Fort Worth than at either Galveston or Kew Orleans that is an earth temperature merely low onough to give us a medium dew deposit at Fort Worth would make no dew whatever at nny of our const towns We cannot see that its high dew point eould have any very marked infl...

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. — 27 August 1891

12 LADIES DEPARTMENT KUITEII KT 31 US M 1C WALTON Publishers Notice All communications intended for this department should be addressed to Mrs SI It Walton Fort Worth Tex NojirKssi oijmgk caulotta terry III am weak and you are strong Why then why then To you the braver deeds belong And so again If vou ha e gilts and I have none II i lure shuile anil you have sun T jours wth freer hand to giie Tib yours with truer grace to Hie Than I who giftless sunless stand W ith barren life and hand Tis wisdoms law the perfect code Hv love Inspired Of him on whom much is bestowed Is much required The tuneful throat is bid to sing The oak must rei n the forest s kins The rustling stream the wheel doth move The beaten steel its strength must prove It given unto Ihe eagle s eyes To face the midday skies The world of letters has sustained a se Tere loss by the death of James Russell Low i Tu whatever lisht ho is viewed as ioei lecturer or in public life hchas shone preeminently as as a scholarly gent...

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. — 28 August 1891

MACUNE DONE UP W S McAllister of Mississippi Knocks Him Out WOULDNT FIGHT A LITTLE BIT McAllister Unceremoniously Expelled from the Alliance Because of His Opposition to the SnbTreasury Scheme and Kxposure of rraud on the Part of Macuno Hall Condemned Ocala riatfonn Indorsed Mississippi Alliance st rtsviile Mips Aug 27 The state c has unanimously adopted articles roeaenmeut against Assistant State jir W L McAllister He was i j with conduct unbecoming an officer ii Alliance The Alliance also adopted M ition condemning US Hall also a sum fully indorsing the Ocala plat McAllister was expelled by the Al f because of his opposition to the stili scheme and exposure of the offi irruption of C XV Macune me delivered a lecture today and i < ption was very enthusiastic The Fight by JlonniN il to the < ja7ette i 4ST Miss Aug 27 A fist fight oc n the office of the West house here rll Ixitween the Hon XV S Mc i and Dr C XV Macune editor of v i tl Alliance Kcouomist of Wash lM > th ol wh...

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. — 28 August 1891

DELICIOUS 1 1 ° Vanilla a Lemon Orange Almond Rose NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS Of perfect purity Of great strength Economy In their US3 Flavor as delicately and dcllciously as the fresh fruit LOCALETTES Sara Magmas convicted of vagrancy was nt out to Join the convict pang jesterday Judpe Harris jesterdav united m mitri niomal bonds Pleasant AI Iucis and JIn > Jha > D ° Kaa A mcoing of the lady boaid of managers wiJ be held at M > J I smiths this aft rmoon at 4 id oi lock tjuanili has shipped thus far this season 1 uaioadsof pi line wheat and still theres n ui p to fudovr yuanah is in it vv heu it i oni > lo tlie wheat Iraflic The Todies orchestra closed at Como park pivi ion and ro f i om here to Dublin where the will open the new operi house The t > bnnitos may epect a rare treat It < = s il lhat 1udc ITuit will grant a wr1 of hjbeas corpus in the cases of the raioon va n iim il jeserdtv Tne decision u 1 be icndered m the city courtroom this m tmifc 1 tit Snta Te boi s ...

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. — 28 August 1891

i SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Kortii Texas Female College r OCers superior advantages in every department BcJMinr heated by Bteara lcfl trie light water floo B on eT ry Bath rooms A Home Scb oI all Us appointments Jin fte T = 5S S2 Voice Piitno Onran Vindolia fc v < Terms opeu epr 3 ISM AW IION THE FORT WORTH GAZETTE TRINITY UNIVERSITY TtEHUACAJfcrffTEXAS htfuTi locatafP full and thorough r j TfcJ ipTndergraduate Collegiate a iirauTirtt1 deparmii nts Ul IifN ttO ISO II stxrs I s very njoTexue Tor particulars ad t II D tTu KRILL President t i S BOnWHIAMhll > cc TYmiaiana Texas n uir FORT WORTH OAZ El TK iSSOURI MILITARY ing lirst coiLled for second ater circulation Home influences r ins i 1 its for iVest Poin or s CcV ft I n rcrsjtj Infantry At tery Cavalry ill 1 ir aUlogut address Col A LfcET Mexico Mo f s HON THE FOI IV ORTII GASITTL BAYLOR FEMALE COLLEGE Soltori Texas if T n t Hih session < eptpmb r2 9L ltis t imJUe colli gi Jn ex is thoroughly e 1 amra ell i an zd in liyts depa...

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. — 28 August 1891

FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IU THE YEAR > DEMOCRAT FDBLISHING COMPMY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth ana Rusk Street FORT WORTH TEICki OF SKISSCKUTION ET MAIL K ADVWCt FOSTsGZ PAID Diily and iunda one year JiO 00 Dally and Sunday six months 6 jO Monday Wednesd v onJ Friday 5 GO J ie Sunday Gazette C J lo 24 pages 1 yr S CO The Week y G czktti 13 pages one year 1 x Hv carrier fu the city anu suburbs Zi cents a stee or 11 per xaccth INSTRUCTIONS TO SUIJSCItMERS Give Postoffloe Address in full lncludlnc County and State If address U to be changed give old address Es well us new The oazette will be sent only Tor the time for Khlcl reicittace S nude IOTAISK Entered at the Posicfflco In Fort Worth Tei ns SecondClass Matter For the beneut of our patrons vto desire to iend singl copies o The < JA7Errr through the mail we g c herewith the transient rate cf tCStjgc Foreign and Domestic Per Copy Eight and twelve page pai r 1 cent Sixtecr and twenty page pa...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 28 August 1891

IJK ifI I I TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER n > Harrold Telephone says lOS cars of eat have been shipped from Harrold this i 3u Ue Picavutic says Gee county haiVa fine Saturday It fell steadily and soaked I mid was just enough to make the young < voii weld about tvice as much as it UiU without the rain ILLL KaITMAX ColNTTAllgse L s coming in at a lively rate > v > WiiBArcri County Aug 20 r rst national bank of Vernon has it ivhear drafts from Tunc 1 to Auiru v amounting to TilllSC9 Tlie k national bank has drawn drafts amounting to 111 i It is estimated that only one nr the crop has been marketed thus i iere ha > been shipped from Vernon Atisjst from July ii 1 cars of against 217 last year during the ip TIip price now being paid is b i wi n Batiou Coitntt Aug 28 For j ceklhis county has been visited nns The rain was much ueediil e h dust and cool the air for it has tiiMI hot for the past two weeks have beju bringing in their wheat a for which they receive a pood...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 28 August 1891

Arrive 3010 a m Thirty dollars for the I5 TK > p ai No 1 daily f am No 3 daily 30n0jm No 5 daily 31S5 a m No T daily 4apm No 6 dally MISSOURI Arrive fl40 a m 7lop m f f p m Mil m 3 V > RAILROADS LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC nASTBOUND No 2 daily CCEpm No 4 daily No 6daily No hdailv No lOdally WESTEOUXB Leave 723 a ro 640 p in 5JU a ra 3U p m 1035 a m 905 im 435 p m KANSAS AND TEXAS TEXASLeave isonrrmouNn No daily No 4 daily frOUTOBOTOD No 1 daily No 3 dally TRANSCONTINENTAL Leave 00 am 730 p m E10 p m U5 arn Arrive noimirsorsD Leave NortJdatlv 845 a m M No34Uaily 325am FoiTiinouNa t p m No 31 daily 3140 p m No 33daily Texas and Pacific trains Nos Sand Bonlrstop at Texarkana T C Junction Atlanta Jeffer fonWarshall Longview Junction Big Sandy fllineola Wilis Point Terrell East Dallas Dallas and Fort Worth rOET WORTH AND DENVER Arrive Leave t30p m No 1 daily No 2 daily 930 a m JiCfa m No 3 daily No daily 440pm nnF COLORADO AND SANTA FE Arrtte Jl 25a m e Wpm F ta m lSp jn ORT...

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. — 28 August 1891

A FIRM FOUNDATION Better Basis than for Two x Years Past THE BULLS STILL HOLD ON Kumars of Frost in tho Northwest have i Depre Ing Effect on Some Storks Trite of Cotton for the Yp jr nmmcrcial lioume i theGazete Yoi K Aug 27 Money clobcd at it nt the lowest rate The highest ci c ent ari Steady at 4 S44 SO Raw and refined dull but steady aneed Options irregular during the rt but closed strong at cto c pot lots firm Dull Spring Texas 17jj23c n Spot lots steady middling up Futures closed strong spot lots quiet fair Kio cargoes res clo = ed weak steady Buenos Ayres dry 12 Texas 1012 c i moderately netive trading in morning hut prices weie in tin i fter a sliglit display of i he opening values went off un ul of Iake Shoie xthieh was in esed for sale At noon the do i fioia t to > er ten In i t railing war somewhat fii lier ie uteicd pail of its decline i I tne other stocks advanced i > ie lining however ii > weak i r lent decline v < cm maiket was ami otljy i hanged uite anil ...

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. — 28 August 1891

I > 8 Highest of all in Land and c Rectal and GcnitoOrliiary Specialist Female IllM SKS QR OCULIST 1 > tlllOHL ERRORS OF UUTH5 t5 ShKVOUH DEBILITY PJ TteFinest flai r B it AndersoujMftrS tore g Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 iSg 11A i istati U1LLH PRICE CO i OtIJ A Woman Wonmliil > Iy < tery About It Ccrrtiioiidi nieof tlie Gazette Tisoy Brii CorxTV Tex Aug 20 Yosvniay evening about C oclock a young woman was found north of Troy between onefourth and onehalf miles near the rail road track suffering from a 44caliber pistol wound in her thigh She was taken on a handcar to the section house by Mr Cooicr the foreman and Dr A L Taylor was summoned who dressed her wound The bail entered her thigh above the knee Joint and ranged diagonally up for about a foot and was cut out The following was elicited from her by Dr Taylor Her name is Delsie Gillen She lives near Huntsville Tex A young miu who ha the appearance of being about twenty years old who hails from Austin whose name the ...

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. — 29 August 1891

t to r o t T DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO CIRCULAR NO 5 Issued by the Railway Commis sion Yesterday ANSWERS TO TRAFFIC MEN S of Willful Ignorance Concerning the I and G N Receivership if rovernor at Home He Itelates an mnc Experience With a Galveston 1 i > rtT Some Oueer Answeri The Election Kcturns 1efore tlio Commission > the Gazette Tex Aug S3 The railway i issued circular No 5 day luodifieaticns or coiuiti dity n 1 fixing the minimum weight i on narrow gau c rail i7m > pounds and on standard JioOO i oi > nds Bran and meal are < < > grain schedule and the Weath > neral Wells and Northern road is I rum Hie operations of the tariff i ins is added also The 10 per nod to be added to the rale on ids and pirts of roads shall lie in through rate on all Ireight ig or terminating on roads or parts o this privilege On shipments tarifi originating and termi ie narrow guago part of the East tied River railway the minimum carload except liay may be is imt i f questions propo...

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. — 29 August 1891

2 AROUND THE CITY The News and Notes of the Day Culled by Gazette Men JERSEY BREEDERS MEETING it Convention to tr flelil > t TncMluy Ill rlu tvrt Nome Old Timer Otliur Lufjl Neit > in This City lt n cou Attfittiuu Yoiinsr Laities sdrnt Yancey wishes tins Hardin eol rito run over th itwiis and 1aciilu mi Mimntaiii mads It will aicord mip K < ut Worth on Tuesday tnoru t J o cloclc This is titial Manly 1 Uieakih Sl > ecial Agent NV Suits Illicit tuts were iiled yesterday in the district i it ottiie I rst National Hank vs Marberry Bros hi < in note slOOO W 1 Mclaury vs S T N esbitt etal sun on notes 11 HI I itii Worth inicer Co vs T A Mintcr e a siiit lor debt 10u0 f Tin Writ Issued Isti nliv thoattornoys of Don Camp lio shot A V Alliuone appeared bc luiiLe Stodman and applied for a writ iilHas corpus preparatory to making n tlcetlort to scene bail for the defen iaiii The vrit was allowed and made re unuible Siiteniber 4 when the < iuestionjf liluuiiig the defendant ba...

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. — 29 August 1891

1 9 M u f m 9 18QL fTtecn Departments Commercia < nurses to S2i0 Alt udauce ue and Tirrlorles logue audre s H BLANTCN DNl Chancellor h > Pun Worth i > t to v ST LOUIS SEMINARY t School of high graue for i ki it Moodland ii 1 miles from tut comer of St Iouis Ip on > i Louis he heand yacliic Rnihvay falihy aniLr rejired jiriiii > inundiMu ic itanviLangiKiges I ijj u lil lUXitns have Any beey eilr > ECucCataloguf adaiv ss iWv T UiEWl1T LL cm Nt 8 Wholes Q lZSf sSg SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Norlli Texas Female College and VIRGINA MILITARY INSTITUTE liexington Va N 1 r tai > Miitary Seientiln and Teeh 1 1 U oroiiph t oure 111 eoiitru and nivtx > and 111 i n iuet mu i uii j of lAduato inA adeuiir 1 lurse c t > t Hiciieior oLSeienixand < i tiuiciLCooTses All expins i ul lnu cldeniaN proii < u i i < perjnoliiii ain avihaok for FJt Bfu siti ul i > n riT MjCJJT SHIIP uixnnlrndenL > fcK I iHT Woltlll GAZETTE nTcs superior advantages in every department SftA...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 29 August 1891

stys FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Kusk Street FORT WORTH ThUJIS OF hUDbCRIPTIOX ET MATti IN ADVICE POSTACE PAID Dallj and Sunday one 1 ear 110 00 Bail aud bund i > six months fi W Holiday Wcdnesda and Friday W Ihe feundaj Gazftte 16 to 21 pages 1 yr 210 The Weekly Gazette U pages one > ear 1 00 By carrier in the city ana suburbs S cents a week or II per month INSTIUJCTION TO SUlISCniBEKS Give PostoSke Address in lull including County and state If address Is to be changed give old address u well as new Ijil Gaette will be ent only lor the time for which remittance is made 1OSTAGt Entered at the Ponoflcc in Fort tVotb Tex as s > cuiid < iass Matter Ior the benefit of our patron who desire to nnd single iopIfK or THE LA7crr through the mail uegm herewith the transient rate cf postage Foreign and Domestic Per Copy Light and inlie paf paper 1 cent iteen and luentj lpe pa...

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. — 29 August 1891

73 < i I JsfiVfIMa V J V > v TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER The Wiixaliacljle Dcnfocrat says rotton is imp in at the rate of forty bales per day he Decatur Xcws says Will Knight iii twentyseven bushels of wheat per f on hLs Vis3 county farm He sold tho r ii at 75 cents per bushel ui N Palo Pinto Coistv Aug 23 of all kinds are turning out better was exacted Wheat is averaging vi only bushels per acre oats seventy ueutyfive Mr W W Johnson has imploted at one cutting at one of his i i field of ninety acres cutting W f Johnson grass and millet He is iing it mu other fields where he n arl as much to the acre Hiiciii ox CorxTV Aug 95 i i suiTfiing for rain It is esti i prominent larmers that cotton iuud n been cut off fully if not more i nnt on account of drouth and Kaufman county Forneys two > kept busy now ginning forty to Ins p = r day Tlie cotton crop will ovr as it is a short one The i wiirms cut it short m i > i user CoiNtv Aug 23 t i > il > to date 4U bales...

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. — 29 August 1891

6 RAIL OAID s LOCALTIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC ArrtTi eastboCNR Leave No 2 daily 7S3a m tC0pm No 4 daily 640pm No finally 520am No Sdaily 310pm 183 a ai No lOdaily JI035a m WESTBOUND TfOpm No 1 dally S30am No 3daily 805 am 0SOpm No 5 dally 1186am No daily i30pin No 9dally 435pm MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS Arrive KOirrnBOUKD Leave E40 a m No 2 dally 710p m No 4 dally SOCTUDOUNa lKSpm No 1 daily S 10 p m iliam No 3 dally Mineral Wells FORT WORTH AND DENVER Miles Decatur 34 Hunset 59 Jlellevue 79 Henrietta 95 Wichita Falls 114 Jowa Park Heaver 140 Hariold 147 A ernon 163 Quanah 191 700 a m 7a0 p m 805 am TRANSCONTINENTAL krriye NOivnmoUND Leave NoT2dally 845 am No34dally 325am Eournnonsu 705 p m No 31 daily 314ipm No33daily Texas and Pacillc trains Nos 5and 6only stop it Texarkana T a Junction Atlanta Jeffer ion Marshall Longview Junction Dig Sandy Mineola Wills Point Tcrrcli East Dallas Dallas and Fort Worth FORT WORTH AND DENVER Arrive Leave D30p m Na 1 daily No 2dally 833am 310a m No...

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. — 29 August 1891

ore JJoth the r Snip of Figs is 4ml refreshing to the pDiv jet promptly j vr aud Bowels j effectually Ci and fevers r itipation Sjru Dly remedj of its Wd pleasing to th iptable to the 8101030 g action and truly fffp prepared pn iby and ia T excelleu to all and have mal iar remedy know Tr Of udJ SI bo j v n t h 11 pro v i a t < try J > httrsha wiu eaild sM i tptensiehad l tn gg on1 Ml clea els lid ding drug uggist who suits when is pleasant te and acts e Kidneys a the Bye s head s habitual igs is the ever pro aste and ac prompt in cial in its the most tances its commend it it the most sale in 50c will pro pJlfmUfIG SYRUP CO iffmrxtsco cal m kh uzvi ycrx rr the Fort V orth Gazette OR EM ne who pt any REMEDY FREE Banhood rrtltirti rirtirabtgrl IhxTSJ fc > uu < lairlawtiror SwllfgIidi > sCLi Vrj a Jo miMWIMi HlPRteiujuuSMW ltisalUUfc anUlutiWtfire Jdlfsi B oats ex pKsiii1 Ki Ae V urtw w1iVi fTe THE OLD DOCTGRSt j LADIES FAifORITEX f iVArt JSEIXlAE ind pWectly SATE The 1 g...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 29 August 1891

I 8 A Ministers Cure A mhsi eii and nis mat bot cuiied of OB TIXATF SKIN DISEASES I1T WIE CUTICUH V KEMEIIIKS PltAISES THEM IN THE IT3LPIT HOME AND IN THE STREET Cured by Guticura Forabout thirteen years I ha e been troubled irith ecrema or otne other cutaneous disease which all remedied failed to cure Hearing of the CrJTicuiiA Remedies I resolved to give them a trial I followed the directions care fully and it affords me much pleasure to say that before wiRR two boies of the CUTICcnA four cakes of Cuticuiia Soap and one bottlo cf Cuticciia Hesoiven I was entirely cured In addition to my on n case my baby boy then about fH e months old was suffering with what I supposed to be the same disease as mine to such an extent that his head was coated over with a olid scab from which there was a con stant fcw of pus which was sidBening to look upon bmides two large tumormke kernels on the bacVW his head ThankJIo your wonder ful Cutic A IJkmedils lilncalp is perfectly well and 1 kernels have ...

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