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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 September 1891

Xfi ak A Si s 5 VWIWW fast Kepilblicaus Pacific cni l Republicans have rallied vid o day arc uiuiiuiichii with treat conli iicthai they < about to secure the th < they have been lighting for ever since a inlustration began They claim to i at ahfnruii i > to have a cabinet ofti c a > d tliat i tie lucky man is AI At Kstee o i the chairman of the natioual Ke rihcan convention which nominated Har rison The California men claim the presi bas had his eyes opened by the trip to nonia and he sees the necessity of hav auviser from the Iacilic coast in his caoiet > when this cabinet was first made as talked ol for a place but he wanted oi ner the attorneygeneralship or interior p foiin and neither of these could bo given loliini liut as Attorncy General Miller is to ii tin new court trench a place is made or bun to his liking and California men a i he is to have it Miiri Territory it begins lo look as if President Harrison n l about to try the temper of the country lamiinga po...

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 September 1891

VfjL ind carefully removed the stones which the men put in the ground The courier from Tecumsch the town site of the lower county scat states that tho sito was proclaimed oj > en to settlement at noon today by Governor Steele and 2000 people rushedin and claimed lotsThcrc had been no disturbance when the courier left Gov ernor Steelo immediately proceeded to Chandler the county seat of the upper county and arrived there this evening That townslte will bo opened tomorrow Troops are guarding the site to prevent in trusion Reports to Xoble Washington Sept 23 Secretary Noble received the following telegram from CoL 5 C Davis special land inspector sent by the secretary to act with Ma A E Wright in superintending the opening of Ihe new purchases in Oklahoma Pottawatomio reservation opening ompleted without trouble Towiisite thoroughly guarded against invasion Sur rey of county seat will not be completed be fore noon tomorrow 3 p m Wednesday 23 About 3000 people surrounding it but it i...

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 September 1891

PHAETON The Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs js taken iris pleasant ind refreshing j3tie taste and acta fently yet prompUyKpn the Sidneys iiver and BowfiliU3eansef the sys tem effectually 4isp efeco1ds head aches and fevers and criyeg habitual constipation Syrilp of Eigs is the only rcrnedy of its kind ever pro d5ced tpj asing to thevtasfe and ac ceptable toyhe stomach prompt in is > action antfej ifryTTSHefJcial in its LADIES j AybRITE efrecfe only fronrthe most healthy and agrefeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have inaxle it the most popular remedy knowiL l Syrup of Figs is fojr sail in 50c and SI bottles by oil lfeaduQg drug gists Any reliable dniggist who may not have it oil hanjf will pro cure it promptly for a ny one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL lOWtVIUF KY KFW YORK llY Mention the Fort Worth Gazette For sale ly I M VVII1TSITT Co Mention tlie Fort Worth duzotte TP...

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 September 1891

post woain daily gazeIte WSLISHZO EVERT DAY IN THE TEAR mmm publishim cohpah Publishers and Proprietors Oiiic i Corner Fifth antf Eusk Slreete FORT WORTH TKRM3 OF SOBSCKIPTION BY MAHyIW ADTASCE P0STA0E rATD > lly and Sundayone year loro wlly and Sunday Eli months 5 itonday Wednesday andFriday 6 ro SSTStiday Gazette 10 to St paces I yr 8 00 fee Weekly Gaztite lSpagcsj one year I 00 By carrier In the city and suburbs 25 cent a teci or SI per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give PostoHce Address In lull Including Tounty and State It address Is to be changed ive old address s well as new the Gazetoj will be tent only for the time or tihlca rerailtanLC Is made posTAcr Entered at the Postoface In Fort Worth Tex as SecondOass Matter For the benefit of our patrons who desire to lend single copies of THE Gazette through the mall we glte herewith the transient rate of Postage Foreign and Domestic Per Copy Eight and twelve page paper 1 cent bixteen and twenty page paper 8 cents NOTICE Atx...

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 September 1891

rf t Not tougfe lechery pale dyspeptic j ci ist made with hog laffJj tiut crisp brown flaky Mnfede from sweet hcalthfiTgwggtfible All pastry made with Co Bj for fc After Use iJOKraphrtl from life sUaIi me crust pe s war ranted antidylpefjtifc and may safely be eStenSjjbjluthe most delicate peYSons 4 RES rf 1st CottoIen Js iJ > iirest of all coolqngiiats nd re comrnende fc all xpe rienccd coofig an Ibalsrs 2d Cottolenc ittyaf i estoi all cooking fafiyajld Ctecommendsd Ijy all emi f nenfr hysiciansft i 3d Cott ee < t morejjdraDundtirlps ad r d s no r M 4itrmuchss thasput ter and iss ietter ian either for allpokinii 4th One poundtof Cotto lene is equal inshorten ingto two pounds of lard or butter so ialftra mon ey is saved 1 MADFiY NK FAIRB ANK SCO ST LOUIS RUV n1 > i imft it yllh jr jU ifKUnvJsr lh cure of foix rd tara of PrJnMfry Swcrw uTid Tmlarr fl Nnjutir Ewdlnj Khmniitlaia 6l < t old Crivnfe IHitr tht hxv mf l nil trttoent Cturrb KMMtfpr BHT2IAH BEOS Proprietors ir 1 ...

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 September 1891

aajgagi XLj lL inlv ROADS LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC AnlTft EASTBOUND No 2 daily Kp re No dally No daily Ko SUally jCroirn > lOdailv wriTBOusa fflp tn Nc 1 daily 20 a a No 3 daily K Op El No 5 dally 11E5 a ra Xo 7 daily < ap in Xa Sdaily transcontinental Leave 725 am 64Gp n 5C0 a ra Sup in 1035 a m JORT VORTH AXD DENVER 31CO a m Xo ldailv No Sdaily Xo 3 daily Xoldailv 905 a ai 415 p m Missouri Kansas axd texas Arrive 710 p m t40a m C fp re M4I > a m KOirTHEOCND Xo 2 daily Xo 4 daily JOUTH BOUND Xo 1 daily Xo 3 daily Leave 730 p in 7001 m f 10 p a VJj a m KOiriHBOtTND Leave Xo32datly 84f a m Xo34daily 325am SOUTHBOUND lid n m Xo 31 daily 140 p m No3oallv Texas and Pacific trains Xos 6anc eonly stop t Texarkana T C Junction Atlanta Jener i on Marshall Lonpview Junction nis Sandy JIIneola Wills Point Terrell Last Dallas Dallas ind Fort Wo th Arrive t Jp 930 am 440 p m riULF COLORADO AND SANTA FF Arrlte Jl2 > x m SUJp in F > 3 m tK > p m > ORTHUOIISD No lOda...

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 September 1891

> MONEY DOWN AGAIN Efforts to Manipulate the Phoney Market Fail THE RATE GOES TO 2 PER CENT jtocks in Many Cases Score Marked Ad vances Cotton Higher and the Tendency Upward Kail road Bonds Commercial Resume cpotial to the Gazette iw York Sept 23 The money market closed at 2 per cent The highest rie was t > and the lowest 2 Exchange Steady at a Sl4 84 Sliver i supar Raw and refined dull and un changed Wheat lglXc lower Wool Steady and unchanped Hides Steady Buenos Ayres dry 13 21 fc dry Texas 1012c IJoffee Spot lots dulh Fair Eio cargoes 15c Futures steady Cotton Quiet Middling uplands SXc futures steady stocks opened l per cent lower but recovered less but by noon again reacted aaci continued to decline slowly until the ias hour when professional selling started id lo lecover Some good outside buying orders were executed at the same time particularly in Grangers anc the closing bowed substantial recovery from the mrest prices An bison 46J4 J Lo dry goods market continues acti...

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 September 1891

< Q Hie True Way TO SID THE HUMAH BODY OF The Poison of Disease i tofouce rr out throgqh the bkik fa ilwejB do Ihease ins moves Jil3E Ecrofn ifterb Drawer S Iejt organs Ofllce THMMfMftimtiH 1FTS PJECIFIC ualiy It treats the the symptoms and re making a cure 1 Qnincj SL Ifedford has been cured of y She n e of our bcKca of S 3 c bad muck other treatment and leirg reduce to quite a low condition of tcalth u it u thoa ht she could not lire Treatise on Blood and SUn Diseases milled frea SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga MllJAlIsAH Doctor McC ov Rectal and GenitoUrinary Specialist Female Diseases turn diseases of tne rea witfcoutdetstionfran MAYER KUHN CASINO HALL M ilnuins its reputa t n for having none out irstelass liquors bx v nes imported and loinestie cigars also the best uud coolest Fort Worth berr on tap The nueHXlunclLi t 5 k niftshifpromptaV ojt to all rtslbni hoi Lunches at ill > 52 ir rv oi hurt not Uc Urethra Strictures 55gf cutUlc or Gonorrhoea Syphilis ah < uelMS ot tem...

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 September 1891

vhthi Indorsed by musicians everywhere Thuosands in use throughout the country Deep bass bell treble elastic touch sympathetic tone The Sterling piano gives satisfaction Fully Warranted for five years ON EXHIBITION at the COLLINS ARMSTRONG COU PAUYS STORE Main and Houston streets Fort Worth COUNTRY GIRLS and TOWN GIRLS ALL HAVE A CHANCE WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages 84 columns SJ00 a year and extra copy one year donated to rour friend outside of Teres THE AWARD On the 2d day of November 1891 THE GAZETTE nil print the name of the lucky girl with postofSce address and number of subscribers forwarded by her THE GAZETTE H Lr fW r3S > fX FORT WORTH WEEKLY GAZETT 12 pages 84 columns and another copy Free One Year to an you name Outside theState of Te THE GJiCTTB has for eight yeans been a willing and libendwggJ SrTn behalf of Texas ana now when the people of the state seem to have awakened to the new ssity of effort and to the bcneQJ fiKrue to this state from a truthful and comprehensive rep...

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 September 1891

i FORT WORTH WEEKLY GAZETTE rUBIISHS EVERT THOKSDATT BY TUB DE3IOCBAT rUBUSUIKO COBIPANT PuMlibcn ltd Projrirtiri The pen may ba mightier than the sword but it stands below par when put against revolvers in the bauds of Texans As loDg as those two angry Sulphur Springs editors confined them selves to penning tirades against each other there was no injury except to the English language but they got to shooting at one another and one lies dead and the other wounded Ten years ago the cotton crop of the South was not more than half of what it is now and it sold for more than the enormous yield of 1890 brought To cultivate gather and market that crop cost only half as much as whan the yiold was doubled It follows then that the shorter yield gave twice the net profit of the larger yiolu If this is not a conclusive argument in favor of leis cotton in the South there is noth ing xo be said in favor of that proposi tion When it came to the critical mo ment of action the St Louis conven tion ...

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 September 1891

STILL IN THE FOLD The Result of the St Louis Alliance Convention PLAN OF ACTION SET FORTH A National Committee of Seven to Devise Ways and Means So Fight the SubTreasury Idea The Su preme Council ur thu Alliance to bo Petitioned for a Hear ing lrocee Iiii S AntiThird Iartyites St Louis Mo Sept ID The conven tion called by the antisubtrcasury and nut ithird party wing of the Farmersand Jaborers union has adjourned without day a > < 1 also without accomplishing the osten f ble object for which it was called Chair man Hall who was sanguine of carrying his point viz the organization of an opjio si ion to the national Alliance was so dis gusted witll the proceedings of yesterdays convention where it was without doubt pvMent that any attempt to disrupt the Al liance by the organization of a new associ b ion would be sat on very hard did not show up at the convention hall today But some good has come from the convention Inasmuch as an organization has been f ruied to fight within the...

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 September 1891

Vv utt FORI WORTH WEEKLY GAZETTE > = = TOKUBIXED EVERT THURSDAY BYTBB E2IOCEjVT rTTBUSUCfO COMFAX7a Ptlllshwi and Prcjrlctors Orncai Corner HOh ana Rusk Street FORT WORTH TEHMS OF SUB3CRIPTIOK BT WATt E ADVAKCT > yOSTAOI PAtD Bally snfi Sunday one rear 51 53 Blly nd Sunday six months 5 50 fonday WcdneMlv and Friday B 00 The Sunday O azbtts 19 to at pages 1 yr S 00 rhe Weekly Gazette < l2p gcs one year 1 03 By carrter In the city and suuurjs 2a cents a jrcslc or II per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS GItc Postofflce Address In lull lncludJcj County and State If address la to be chanjed give old address u well as new TnE Gazette will be sent only for ths time or which remittance Is made rOSTAGE Entered at the PcJtoaiie In Tort Worth Tex as SecondClass Matter For the benrilt cf our patrons who desire to tend finale copies of The Gazettk through the mall wo give herewith the transient rate of postage Torelcn and Domestic Eight and twelve pape paper Sixteen and tienty pago pap...

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 September 1891

C f TEXAS CROPS AND YEATHER Bin Springs Howaiid Cocntt Sept 12 howanl countys first bale o cotton camo todav It was raised in the eastern n Jar of the county by a Mr S Smith and sold o Speannau fc Gray merchants f Ms place for 100 which amount this rtit lias advertised for some time they w a d pay for the first halo Cotton was scml as middling and will oo shipped Zj in a few days to market There will tirohably be twentyfive to fifty bales picked in Howard county this fall The crop will ti licUtw than was expected on account of < jr fexson TEXAS SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES Paris Iamak CorxTT Sept 1C Yes hi av was the day set for laying the corner > jr of the Cumberland Presbyterian lurch The ceromnnics wero conducted Ui Blue Lodce Cnaptcr and Coramand ri of Masons while the religious cere L jienucro inducted by the pastor Ilev i rM Manton aided by Uev U M Tin uf Tort Worth and Uev J G Harris of UviliH The cornerstone was of red oie and inscribed First Cuinber i itvsbyUrinn Church 1MH ...

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 September 1891

TALMAGES SERMON Sunday Morning in the New Brooklyn Tabernacle A GREAT MUSICAL FESTIVAL The Magnificent Organ Dedicated The Ser mon Appropriate to the Occasion SI n ana Women of Christ Urged to Kutor Hll CotillicU Slnginc the lral > < of God and to Thu March on Irom Victory to Victory SpMai to tliC Gazette OhVAN diiicatiox Brooklyn X V Sept 20 The mag nificent oriran of the New Brooklyn taber nacn wxs dedicated today The services were veritable musical testials While the regular musical programme at the tabernacle is always attractive that of to day wis exceptionally beautiful the con gregational singing offertories and inter ludes being rendered with m rvolous vol ume and expression Dr Talmages ser mon whicu was appropriate to the occasion was on the text Genesis iv 21 His brothers name was Tubal lie was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ Lantech had two boys the one a herds man and the other a musician lubal the younger sou was the first organbuilder He start...

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 September 1891

PC us > tmOs l CI id THE CATTLE MARKET Prices Similar to Those of Sat urdays Closing GAZETTES SPECIAL REPORTS Ine tfarkeU Generally In Hurt Shape Ex cept lor Choice and I ancy Huns Home Markets Finn Hogg lu Demand Notes Kansas City Stockyards prcal to the Gazette TolKTARDS KANSAS Citt Mo Sept of cattle 5900 only twentj Receipts cars in the lexas division a good Preparing for shipments next week Panhandle steers and Westerns in jf tanj < x theniive diusion steers weak and 5c C5 > onjls Extract junr ows steady Lt Woods Doss sold 515 steers p uxj is at Si 85 j i icars s b aucr r Midland e cc s pounds at 3 90 National Moikjirds lastSt Louis snr a iu the Gazette jiio i hroc Tinns III Sept S32 Andrews Elgin 94 rough steers Ufids at 2 37 > 4 37 heifers 5 < jt p i c nds at 1 65 Ha Phillips Hymer Kan lot Texas Ye lers spajed 947 pounds at 2 50 24 jo 953 pounds at 2 30 37 ditto 503 pounds at 1 03 lucre are a good many unsold if Tnlon Stoi kjnrils Chicago to the Gazette s v Stoc...

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 September 1891

6 Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug x7f i88 > v Ha Casliy Quickly Permanently Raztored enknel XerTouftnrts IVblJltj and all Iho tramof e > II from r rly errorsorratcrexcenea Xho rstilts of orerwork sickness worry etc Full strength development and tono rlTcn to ererr oran ndjfportiuaof the body iiteple nnturtl xnethodIu ricdrB linproTecient een Fallurs Jmpos iW 7J o rfffercncevj jBonfc explanuuns nedpronfs mailed oiledifreo Address jfi JfniE MBDJCAlyCO BUSjALOrN Y Mention the Fort Worth Gazette krAMYLAPYcan getavalttablosocretthntl coiCtaefriw and a rubber shield for 30 cents J Wrs V W APP COi t I 115 N 8th STFEOT ST IiOPIS MOj V rvJJ Tower All T2ST Imprmti > 5 6V Slickers hivt i X fx bcJidethtFuhJfind Oik Q Tjadliukk orfevcy Coit 1 j ft 5oft Woolei WatCh Out Collar Send Jet J TOWER MFR BOSTON MASS Citalo u weather does not rtetracWJrttiftl e I 111 prrennUl fresline 5 tfrTne Gazette BfTI Its acwsii WT > riirIitesi and be t M I aurL JTi3verUsnE columns ...

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. — 24 September 1891

WHITE AS SNOW Duncan Said His Soul That Color HE FELT HE WAS FORGIVEN The Notorious Murderer After Long Delaying is Legally Hung A History r the Horrible CrJmc for Which lie Paid the Pcnaltj KiTurtx 31hiIi to Sae UK > Vok from the Scaffold Other Ilaiigins Dick Duncan Hauccil E rix Pans Maverick County Tex ept IS Dick Duncan was hanged in the county jail here at MM this morninp Last night the sheriff received word from he povemor that the law must take its iojrsc and a death watcli of six men were placed in Duncans it 1 lie was writinp when me watch entered and expressed surprise 1 > was decided to move him from his nar w ceil to a larger one where he ami the nurds would lie more comfortable but he fused and the sheriff did not insist on lie change At midnight Duncans brother who had jiiSt arrived from Austin called at the jail and told the condemned man that the gov ernor had refused assistance Diiihsiii heard this jniiiD cil and when the visitor left lie eJ the guards in spin...

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. — 24 September 1891

5v 10 AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT J p stklleEDITOR Publishers JfoncE All communications intended for this department should he addressed o Prof J P Stelle Port Worth Tex nVE FOR HOGGING BOWK Some of our readers may not well under stand what is meant by a crop to be hogged down but the expression is one very common in some of the leading hog prcducing regions further North It means a crop sown to be fed upon at maturity by turning in the hogs and allowing them to eat it down It is a plan becoming much in vogue of late and Mr John M Jamison a prominent hoggrowcr of an upper state says there is no crop better for this purpose than rye Ho has heard it asserted that rye is not a valuable crop to hog down and that it is a dangerous crop for tho purpose on account of the beards that they stick in a hogs throat often causing death He knows full well that there are no just grounds for any such notion There maj be conditions in which rye might not be tho cry best crop known to hog down If the wea...

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. — 24 September 1891

fin T7V3P in > ow the refrigeration is produced but our oacc will not admit of coins into detail besides those technicalities would not be J jf interest to the general reader The Writer adds that this Denver plant the only plant in operation as yet holds to even tem perature tlie butterroom of a large com J ssion house at 42 degrees Fahrenheit tetera meatmarket rooms at 3 degrees ivjorenlieit the beer vault of an extensive brsaTj at proper temperature while nu merous stores saloons and private r si ifwes are kept at exactly the temperature cmiractertforby their occupants also a rminwr of hotels clubhouses lodgerooms jUP jps and so on Not a few residences je artificial ire factories in closets ad nuns heir kitehensaud hosts of icecream 1 imjriurers are putting up their goods i r ithout the necessity of patron ji iip company club extensive institution p < r i tourer an nown to rlub men throughout the ff t iru States and located one mile from uai Plant has six different compart r...

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. — 24 September 1891

12 Now first Pul > lllieil DOUAROCRACY JLn American Story BY A SEW HAND Illuhtratcd by Frank Vcr EeH Copyrighted by Tillotsoo A Son for The Gazette Chaptei viii Diplomacy Gather yc rosebuds while ye may Old Time is htill aliying And this same flower that smiles today Tomorrow will be dying Hekiuck Instead of waiting until sprinp Iiadj Os sulstono decided to pay her visit to Miss Jiennisoii that autumn Various reasons ably presented by Sir John Tyrwhitt and Ilsie induced her ladyship to alter her programme Her own need of chaupe of scene aftir a Ions spell of deep anxiety the prospect of an expensive season added the economical argument hut for Elsie the prospect of enioying the humors of an American election overtopped everything else And Sir John was not only of the same mind but was eager to seize the ear liest opportunity of lonkimr into the now important American affairs of his friends and self So the little party sailed from Iirerpool in the third week of September It had ta...

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