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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 June 1887

hi i i I1 I 1 s5 lit t ayf ELOOD POISON Three years ago I contra ted a bio 1 poison I applied to a phvelcian a nro ami nls treat rient came ntar killing rac I emploj od an old physician and then went to Kentucky I then went to Hot Springe and remained two months bnt nothing seemed to cure ine permanentlyal though temporary relief was given me My condition grew desperate and I applied to a noted quack but I did not Improve 1 then used a preparation which was prescribed gratis but It contained too much alcohol and aggravated my Batterings I then placed mvself under the treatment of a noted Nash- ville physician and for a time was bcnelltted but by fall I returned heme a ruined man nbyslcally and financially with but little pros- pects of e ver getting well Myinoncy being exhausted I did not snow wbatto In Jlay 1S5 mv mother persuaded me to ij t a bottle of B B B made In Atlanta an i I did so to gratify her but to my utter astonishment I had not finished the llist bottle befc feverv uc...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 June 1887

I I I i < i4 0N IN TIE ASHES Yliatthe Mount Lebanon Shak- ers Pound Incident in the History of a Quiet Gom munity The Mount Lebanon New York Shakers are a quiet community secluded from the fret and worry of the outside world They are widely knownhowever for their strict honor and probity in busi- ness The Shakers believe that nature has a remedy for every disease A few have been found the rest are as yet unknown Many were discovered by accident Oth- ers came to light as the result of patient experiment and research Nervous Dyspepsia is comparatively ta new disease growing out of the condi- tions of modern life It is a joint affec- tion of the digestive organs and of the nervous system These two were form- erly treated as separate ailments and it was left for the clearsighted Shakers to prove that the basis of this terrible and often fatal complication lies chiefly in the disordered and depraved functions of di- gestion and nutrition They reasoned tnus If we can induce the stomach...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 June 1887

B m if ltooe = 0 tf j CUREJ A1LDSEA 2 t jKIDNl i rB i MAKES I tfegglnollAR it PSSELoiJ i iJ 2T it = CBQ SM 33 rS Y ASK BITTERS CO Solo Proprietor Lovisimd Kansas City Send ror JSplc TolPTHEu mailed free iBuDriELTJ REarLAToit Co Atlanta Ga LYDIA E PIKKHAMS TABL QQMPO ptjfVSBS THE 1 SURES IEIiEOn poalaSb PAINFUL ILLS AND DISORJfcS SUF- FERED BY WOMEN EVER WHERE < vo pain prnmot iegula md healthy r rr of periods and idtfgreat liclp lo young ndioWTOraen pa t tt strngthtns c luqU anofpjirVpelvic oraans bringing < roMTort ollHUlavomentsvho relief stand all dav in i ojic shbp am f3a5gkjr r J corfljtgM lnfiouS5ion Tlccralion anil Dis piASenent fethe Kcru ha < liven cured by it a wcifltn ev wlferr gratefully testify Regular ph > ci < t8as oft oh pre > cribc it Sold v all Druggists Frico100 Mr Kaltham Guide tolleallh mailed toany la to Cn diug stimp to tho Laboratory Iymi Mang tiyilibu ctoottff 2 a if PRERARAIICS AMD YSPfiPSIACON TI TlOtf JAUNDICE CXHEAiACHEBIL OUS COHPiAIKT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 June 1887

T1 B iTiiiJiJSjMli J SPW 6 A Peep into that Gallery Where God Has Gathered the Chief Treas- ures of His Realm Ih6 Deepening Twilight of Earths Eight Only the Opening Twilight of Heavens Horn Cbrlat will be Present at the christians Deathbed and DarkucBH will Go Ont A Grand Prophesy Special to the Gazette Brooklyn N Y June 12 This morn- ing at the Tabernacle the Rev T DeWitt Talmage D D expounded appropriate passages of scripture after which the congregation sang the favorite hymn There is rest for the weary The reverend doctors text was Acts vii 5G CO Behold I see the Leavens opened and the Son ot man standing on the right hand of God Then thej cried out with a loud voice and stopped their ears and ran upon Him with one accod and cast Him out of the city and stoned Him and the witnesses laid down their clothes at a young mans feet whose name was Saul And they stoned Stephen calling upon God and saying Lord Jesus receive my spirit And he knneled down and cried with a loud voice Lord ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 June 1887

ie li S it li A111NT ISSUE The Mayor and Other Officials of San Antonio Arrested on Warrant of a Leading Prohibitionist They are Charged with a Conspiracy to Commit an Aggravated and Felon ions Assault Last Tuesday Ihe Incident AronaeB n Bitter Party Feeling on Both Sides Fears that More Trouble Will Follow The Kud Not Yet Special to the Gazette Sax Antonio Tex June 10 Hon Bryan Callaghan mayor of San Antonio Citv Treasurer Ferdinand Herff Alder- man H L Degner City Marshal Phil Shardine exAlderman A J Lockwood Gus A Kampmann W Landars John Young and M Z Ellas were arrested this evening by deputy United States marshals on an affidavit made by W H Brooker one of the leading Prohibitionists charging them with conspiracy to commie an aggravated and felonious assault upon the persons of Bishop Turner and Rev A H Souther iaud at the prohibition meeting which was broken up by hoodlums on the night of the 7th inst on government grounds The Mayor and the others refused to give bond preferri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 June 1887

sv fU 3 I 1 te frwiT Mouth CoJ NV q n < nm + mmmmr ° Absolutely Purer jjfli3 powa r rfeVcr varies marvc of purl u th < a uO6oncrcB3 More cco QfjfeffgifpC imary kind an I CJanot be tn coinsi tltior with the multitude ot low shortwelitM alum or phosphate vowdcrs cnluincana OYAL EAKLNa POWDER i06 V iiiJ street New Tots Tongue Paiu in the Side TOR Tiiey regulate the Bowels nagyevcnt Xonstipation toallcSlspd easiest to take d IoiiitiveJsCurcd bj these IitSrlill Thej also pfcJieVe Dis defc from DyiKspBm Indijstfoa nud To c3 Hearty Eating A per fect reined r for Dizzi it UGsg Nausea Drowsi ness Bad Taste in the and Tiles The O11I3 oiu pill a rly i tuMe Price 2 cents jJASTL2 1IS2ICIHS CO Pr lie Yc fOffi AID C01TY W M You general souuwestern pa ssenger agent of the Mallory Steamship Line with headquarters at San Antonio was in JTort Worth yesterday Horsemen who are handling fine horses are iu Fort Worth in numbers now They say they can soil mere live stock here than in aLy oVtir city i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 June 1887

ft N I DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPACT LJH GT ZESES lHE CEAJL > I1tO si Political News ami Fa 1st t EWSPAPE or Let EtbitIiq Ay Tata It W vo deckled lo substitute this REDUCTION IN PRICE lor tlie old plan of distributing free premi- ums by lot believing it will prove more satisfactory as it will benefit a greater nurler Tiiis makes SSi IX each issue rnch is acknowledged toHSefetfte j 1 ewspaper 1 a Year All Postmasters are authorized ayake Subscriptions to whom a LibgjajL Discount will be allowed eheapeningtJle price of The Wekk i v Gaettb it is he detiminolion to it vain to all classes of readers Among Its attractions will be ena m KAMOIS AUTHORS Til I mages S ermons iasmoa IX EACH ISSUE Complete aifl CorrectMarket Reports SK IX KACH ISSUE Happenings in ill Parts of the State IN KACU ISSUE Domestic and Foreign News by Telegraph IX EACH issue INTELLIGENT DISCUSSION OF ALL CURRENT TOPICS I mj Weekly Gazette will be made a t aid complete newspaper for all who ju iiot time or inclination...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 June 1887

PW A li The 2 fUMg bxzztU Published Every Friday BT THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO There are some newspaper men whom we would like to mention for Supreme court judge but they would not look well in gowns and therefore we refrain The state Prohibition mass meeting at Fort Worth onthe 30th inst will be at- tended by thousands of men from all parts of Texas who have never seen the city The opportunity will be a favorable one to show these many visitors what the city is snd the agencies that are to make it the greatest city in Texas The Philadelphia Press can possess its dear soul in patience By its fears it is only expressing its hopes that the prohi- bition amendment will disrupt the Demo- cratic party in Texas This is a family fight in which while we tousel each other considerably no outsider need expect to be permitted to take sides TnK bloody shirters dont want the south to have the flags it once marched under but blessed be God they cant take the stars and stripes away from us We will...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 June 1887

ye yfc l in it3n 3n is as y he IE in inve lS ° lSas ctnl nl rte e Dill iU cr al alm tlv tjm m re rea t b E < fco b a CD jW tU hat Ji k in fOl la ilo Oil iys a Cia IK IB i ttr t pn i cme csert naif etu tae i t JOC JOCLc Lc Lca a 1 jr ecE um it i tp pir Of ipei cn star n let wU 11 > pi Ml 3IKSS H Bejel r6 OLm A EEAL Ell NOYEL The Most Successful Train Robbery that has Been Committed in Texas for Years It Occurs iu Fayette Comity a Few Miles East of Flatonia on tbe Sonthern Pacillc Railway The Express and Mall Cara and Nearly Every Passenger Kobbeil Several JfersoijB Badly liBaten AX EXPUKSS TRAIN ROBBED cz to the Gazette hN Antonio Tex June IS One of ht most thorough and accomplished I cc of train roobery most ever perpe tr l in this part of Texas was that w < h occurred one mile eaEt of Flatonia oo i e Sunset route between 1 and 2 iO k this morning The train held up w the east bound train No 19 which f this city at oo last evening Tht i ney was without incident until Fla >...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 June 1887

u a < ness hE4 remedy for every nervous system a TIE ASHES V iiat the Mount Lebanon Shak- ers Found Incident in the History of a l uiel Com- munity The 4 Mount Lebanon New York Shfkers are a quiet community secluded from the fret and worry of the outside world lor Iheir strict honor an erly treated as separate ailments and it 1 v was left for the clearsighted Shakers to prove that the basis of this terrible and often fatal complication lies chiefljiJn the disordered and depraved functions of di- gestion and nutrition They reasoned thus If we can induce the iomach to do its work and stimulate the excretive organs to drive out of the bodyithe poisonous i onous waste matters which remain after the lifegiving power Seigels Syrup nounced incurable elements of theIood have been absorbed we shall havtconquered Nervous Dyspepsia and Nervous Exhaus- tion And they were right Knowing the infallible of SSfiker Extract in lessee complicated though similar diseases ttiey resolved to test it fu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 June 1887

I i i ptm n w t 4 M tl ii t k VITIATED BLOOD Scrofulous Inherited and Conta The State Central Prohibition Commit < r ions Humors Cured by Cuticura Through the medium of one of your books re- ceived through Mr Frank T IVray Druggist Apollo Pa I became acqualntca with your Cuticura Rcmedleeand takethlB opportunity to testify to you that tbelr use has permanently cured me of one ofthe worst cases of blood poisoning In connection with cryelpMas that I have ever seen and this after having been pronounced lncurabi e by some of the best phy Mclans In our cojftity 1 take great pleasure In forwarding to yotfthls testimonial unsolicited as it Is by ydu < in order that others suffering from similar maladies miy be enconiagedto give vour Cuttcr > i JU medics a trial P S WJHITLINOER Leechburg ra Reference Frank T Wray Druggist Apol- lo Pa fe JsdO ITU LOUS TJEOERS James ERlchardson Cusrain House New Orleans on5mtb tays In lS70j crofnlous Ul 3 X6 broktfoul on my body untlloKyan a mass of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 June 1887

< Tj GOMDEME FLAGS The Governors of Several States at the Instance of the G A R Pro- test Against Their Return AdjutaiitGenerul Drum says the Idea Originated With the Administration During tho Late ISrlll The President Aftrr Ou snlunj ho Lavr Orders tho Secretary of Var to Hold the ITlngn aud K icsi A PROTEST FROM KANSAS Topkka Kan June 1G Much indig- nation is expresed here ever the return of the Confederate flags to their respec- tive states A large number of Grand Army of the Kpublic tnen called upon Governor Martin rodtv who at noon sent the folowiL xliu iiiu to President Cleveland v In the same oi lu < irensof Kansas who served in the rank > > or ui Union army during the wer and In l > ehaf of all tho people of this state I enter an lrdgn iit protest against the return of the Confedesfile Hags caitured in th battles by the soldicrsvpf the republic 1 pro- test against euch actft i as an Insult to tho heroic dead and an outrage on their surviving comrades The sover...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 June 1887

h Ml u m Bi TREAT BANKEOBBEKY BY JULIAN HAWTDORXE Founded apon notes from the diary of Inspcc torByrnes rCcpyrlghted 1SS7J CHAPTER I- On Sunday morning October 271S78 the sun rose clear and shone along the avenues of New York city It was be- tween half past 6 and 7 oclock when the light first struck the pavements and few people were abroad On Saturday night the weeks work is done the wage workers are paid off and such of them as can afford it or think they can proceed to relax themselves witb whatever species of amusement is best suited to their several tastes The theaters are more crowded than on any other night during the week and so likewise are the music halls and dives in the lower quarters of the city The liquor saloons do a roaring trade and their customers boisterous with beer and whisky are more apt than at other times to take an airing beyond the bounds of propriety The police who patrol the slums prepare themselves for extra work on Saturday nights and the police stations...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 June 1887

u u 1 i i Fl cr 8 f road company that is iV i Absolutely Pure IB powor rt u v > a A marvcof puri- ty uroi sth n < 1 whoicsocjc ces Moe cco nom a tf an tre it iuary kind and cannot bo cold ucom etln with the multitude of low- est hottvcSfrht alnm or phospha s v wders = onv in cam KOYALIiAEmG POWDEK i > I Wat = rrcct New Yort good thing Fort Worth and Memphi too for that matter Jotn R Hoxie of Chicago interested in the Lake Shore and Michiuau Southern was in the city Sau dav in coiioany with his brother W R Hoxie of Taylor Tex They looked over Fort Posfctlvoly Carcjl bjj these Tattle MIL They vso ruber Dis press from Dyspepsia and Too Ilejbty Eating A per feet remedy for Dizzi ness Nausea Drowsi ness Bad Taste in the Mo > b Qjiited Tongil f ftiiu in the SideTORI Ill LlVi e TMy regulate tbe Bowels and reveiifeuKhphtion and Piles The enuitti and t SVst t < > take O11I3 one pill a se 1 dy f rt V lrice SS cents ca2 dics cc k re wip One large land company nas been or jn9w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 1 July 1887

u nm SI i Ac 1 lt DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY ne Il 1 itwfcc a flMlllfibluil force TCJ wad vtt partnrt Clerks Sp nd > Pur cf heir in ths Pod Rooms bai VtSiiB jtefie for President iuuA fefore Ha is Out Gi ve 111 l t iv i oxalate 2 > Although there o ac < n progress ia Washington i t Mo j Matters u at u 0KM d xt SRtt Antonio la > r liuuklf lt ouirrt zo tho Array I lceJUj liauX Kccalver MI5ITNG IS THE PEfAllTMENTS MC n of the ear the sports at ktfve very opportunity to er oa their favorite flyers j ttouscds of dollars put up il ad Bj Lexington and i is every day in the week i as a number of very success ions where the Department Yizinl and the stray member can invest on his iudsr hutos from SI to 1000 n ire OJ i cf tbes places ia f viiida two blocks of Ijsar > Department and everyday on a crowd o clerks will spenl a if joiti a cf their lunch hour watch l bi < i boar as oc which the odds rj jCviil Siaca these icoins be i urtsia life at Washington the v opihve reportca ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 1 July 1887

Mx r ZtWVs X3LZX > Published Every Friday UV THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO Ofict of Publication Second SI betirecn Houston and Throckmorton Entered at the Fort Worth Tcxn Posiojfice as SecondClass Mail Matter XSASSXHSIKW OITITICIC 76 Tribune IluildingXcir York S U Ktcicwmr Mansgcr RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION 70 MAIL SUPSCPMERS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers Dully Weefclv One Year 510 uo j One Tsar to Six Months o 50 Six Months 60 ThrceMoatli8 3 00 Three Moatfc 4 SUND IT GAZETTK 1 yr 51 50 6 months 51 CO INVARlAHLl IN ADVA Ch DELIVERED BY CARRIERS Por Week 25ccnte CBSubscrSbrira wlaal < g tnelr address changed from one postoUicu lo atiotaer must give the oil address a3 well as the new or the change cannot be made All Postmasters In the State arc authorized lo take subscriptions to The uazeitj LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Sample copies sent on application Jltmittanccs by draft postotficc money order or a registered letter at risk ofojlce Correspondence is solicited upon all neics sub- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 1 July 1887

i k m I 7 > JAT BilJOBBESY flomance of the Metropolis Founded Upon Notes From the Diary of Inspector Byrnes BY JULIAN HAWTHOHNK AUTHOK OK GAKTH BTC KTC Copyrighted ISsT by O M Dnnhani CUAITKIt IV When the msgnitudeof the aura taken from the Manhattan Savings Institution by the mysterious burglars became known the senitior created was profound tind widespread Tne great robbery was the talk oi Ne York and indeed of the whole countrr That so vast an amount j of money should have been abstracted j from the vaults of one of the oldest and j i beet guarded banks ii tne city in broad < iayneh + and practically in full view of the entire population that this should a have beea done and ns trace of any of the perpetrators remain was a j t fact appalling enough to frighten the bold- est Bankers broke merchants jew- elers and tradesmen asked tnem selves seriously whether any se- curity was possible against the dia- bolical cuaning and ingenuity ot trained burglars The strongest doors gav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 1 July 1887

i il rig 8 r V M 1 and feet became penpiration and languid frorSHbe Ise orf feeling dreacf ul nervousness with eitfepof veri = = throughout the whole country Di Thayer the most eminent surgeon iu Cleveland pronouncing it scandalous It appears t5at a Mrs King had been suf- fering for many year from some disease of the stomach which had resisted the treatment of all the physicians in attend- ance The disease commenced with a slight derangement of the digestion with a poor appetite followed by a peculiar indescribable distress in the stomach a feeling that has been described as a faint all gone sensation a sickly slime col- lecting about the teeth causing a disa greable taste This sensation was not removed by rood but en the contrary it was increased After a while the hands cold and sticky a cold There was a constant tired Then followed a gloomy fore bodiugs Finally the patient was unable to retain any food whatever and there < was constant pain the abdomen All I prescribed remedies...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 1 July 1887

w a j 1 r Scaly Itchy Skin And All itching and Scaly Skin and Scalp Diseases Cured by Cuticura PSORLVSIS Eczema Tettrr Ringworm LI JL chcn Pruritus tcald Head Milk Crust Dandruff Barbers Bakers urocfrs and Washerwomans Itch and cverv species of Itchlnsr Buminjr Scaly it Sraplv Humors of the Skin and Scalp with loa3 of Hair are positively cared bv Cuticura the treat S ln Cure and Cuticura Soap an exquisite skin Btautliisr e ternailv ana Cuticura Resovent the new Blood Prrider Internally when physicians anJ all other remedies fail vzoimjSts oh scaly mcix I John J Caje I D h having practiced denltnry in ttyfs country tor thirtylive jears decra no being Well known to tlioutij nds here iHjWlh 8vlew tohep any ho ats alllicted fo barih for the past twelve vears testily KQuTfcura Remedies cured me < J Poori or sraUy Skin in eight davs after the MMWItrpwhom I had consulted iiro me newSor Stftcocragemont Newtfftspv J JOHN J CASE D JJ S UI5Tii SSG ERUPTION oj Cuticural eBfe fies p rf orarfS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 1 July 1887

S L T TPY k Q P A TTT V TT A TO Kansas Nebraska Eastern Illinois East J2ABO UaiiljCi iltAJJili ern l0WRj central Missouri Southern usa3 0 Outstripping nil Compet- itors in Her Efforts te Secure the Products of Texas Ranges interviewTvlth Major JolmAdamgonon llic Uattlc nnd Trade Prospects rUli ihe EncrKotJo Wcmera City Major John Adamson immigration Major said the panting scribe aaseat sir Ill be through jdwill talk to you and he ° Q out a labyrinth of papers c the edges of them and failing nia the right ones plunged jAthe capacious maw of another ind repeated the proceedings j e several gaping grips and r0yled with pamphlets circulars vds and on a table lay a half mil written articles r a minute said the Major i liave it and he whipped wait a vol is document from a perfuct regi f its follows and placed if where it oe handy Now sir what Is it enle wanted to know something sis rip and how he en jo ed it I am busy and must talk quick you snort hand ribe nodded I was out on a little tr...

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