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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 January 1887

f CELEBEITIES AT HOME Hon John Sherman Eresldent Pro Tcrnporo of tho Senate at His Home in Mansfield Ohio Hid Krtddenco at tho Capital A Double ITfc lntrrcKtlnr LrtterH Kcren tloun Ills Family Circle Correspondence of the Gazette Washington Jan 4 The first time I eversaw Senator Sherman at home was at his country place in Mansfield Ohio His residence there is very unlike the one he has in Washington When congress is in session and he is at the capital he is one of the busiest of men and has not much time to enpy the comforts of a home but once away from the busy scenes of the political metropolis the dis- tinguished financier enters with full zest into all the domii ic enjoyments that go toward making a delightlul home life The Sherman homestead in Mansfield is a rather pretention tyjick house of three stories ornan nted with numerous porch- es gabies and oalcnies through the in- terstices of whicn he evergreen Virginia ivy twists kvd tangles itself in fantastic festoons and luxurio...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 January 1887

x Published Every Friday BTinB DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPNY NORTH TEXAS REFRIGERATOR Nobody can accuse the people of Fort Worth of not looking plive to their own interests Everything has bcn done to promote the welfare of every enterprise in this city that could be done Bonuses ave been given to railroads with on alacrity and liberality that have made Fort Worth a marvel throughout the state A few men have borne the burden of all these aidsbecause they were better able to do 80 than their neighbors The frequent calls for contributions to this and that enterprise have probably wearied some of our moneyed men who think only of what they have paid and not of what they have gained and now it is not an easy task to get the aesurance of financial support in favor of the refriger- ator that ought to be given TnE Ga- zette writes this to point out that they are not asked to give a subsidy to some haphazard affair that may or may not endure but that they are only asked to nake this contributio...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 January 1887

hi DR JOHN BULLS FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and R Y J AND ALL MALARIAL DI9EASk Tho proprietor of this celebrated nbjqino justly claims for it a saperioritytjycr dJiiifm edie3 ever offered to the public fortho BACRk CEHTAIH SPEEDY and PERMAKgjT cur < of Ague and Fe veror Chills and Ityfiyrheth er of short or long standing H Afcrs to ths entire Western and SoutheAco nip to bear him testimony to the trattf ttii s rlicn that in no casa whatever win Jji thodirectionsarestrictlyfollofteda out In a great many cases a single d AGENTS isr twSM re if ied been suCicient for a c re and wholef ues hnvc cscn cured by a siSjj e boale witli sr fcc restoration of tho gayal > caifn it is how3verprudentandinbwiJcasemcr r h uuder0jDj lhe necessary training > tai to cure lfits use is continuedmsm iier T v dcss for a weokn two after the disooi has bceacheckedaoiqQ3pcci2Uyindifficul id longstandingcasesiSpaaclly this ndl o vcillnotreacijcanyaratokeepthebo in good order Should tfij p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 January 1887

I AG Christ to Divide Up All the Earth and All the Heavens Among the Strong in Christian Loyalty Tho Enterprise of tho Worlds Rcdemp tion Taken Ont of the Impassible Into the Possible Worldly Stewards lnsljnlUcant Compared Yltll tho Trophies Awaiting the Soldiers of Jesus Christ DISTRIBUTION OF REWARDS Special to tho Gazette Brooklyn N Y Jan J Tneopening hymn at the Brooklyn tabernscie this morning begins O could I f peak the matchless irortb O coald I sound the glories forth Whica in my Saviour shine Dr Tannage explained some ot the the prophecies before giving out the hymn and then preached on the subject Distribution of Kewards taking his text from leaiah lili 12 He shall di- vide the spoil with the strong Dr Talm3ge apoke as follows My family who saw it with their own eyes year before last tell me that in the coliseum at Home where persecutors used to let out the halfstarved lions to eat up Christians there is now planted the ligure of a cross And I rejoice to know that the upri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 January 1887

A KUSSIAN PKINCE Tho llrothcr of Hie PrInceE3 Ualgo ronkl in the Indian Territory 1 Teaching Music for a Living He TtlUot His rille to SlbcrlaHls Es- cape ami Ills SnbsMnientrJonrney InRit tu America Spcclalto the Gazette Tahleijuah 1 T Tan 8 Angels are somctimts said to be entertained una waresbut the entertaining ota live prince at the unpretentious capital of the Chero- kee nation has not been heretofore thought of We have noticed for some time past o stranger in our midstof whom no one seeinea to kuow but little This stranger is a small mat man some thirtylhe ieaie of age His niauner and deportment indicated a gentleman oi more than ordinary culture His appearance indn d us to believe that he was not an American and to the manor born but an importation from some country b ond the sea We approached the little stranger to day and asked him something oi his history He told u3 that he was a native of Russia and that he was u brother of tho Princess Dolgorouki the wife of the late cz...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 January 1887

I I I 1 r V J i < Wlnv Worth and Denver w uah > and men of which the regafw tXif Hi 26 SVIfearSt N OrlJins La rirovvna CSa Bittern relieved rot in a cao ot Jood jwisomn rind I heartily commend it to tho ntwaivg a bloiiifcgnfier AlJVW W MOTAIXAfciTnpciimbia Ala savs I hareJwen troubled iratA childhood with lrapuro ltlond liprt eruption olKroy face two bottles of Browns Iron IiittTB ouectcd a perfect urn I cannot EftfJt too ln h6f this valuable medicine Getro5n h thov THfle Hark and ciwsed rM hnca on vrajJ ptri rilItf ti citlvr Made only l > 7 ltuow s citfaicAi tu rALTiiioiu ilL > The roii L PUREST ANO 5TR0NGCST NATURA1 FRUIT FLAVORS M9ST PERFECT MADE Prepares with ttrlctrifeiird to Purity Strewth and HealthfiUiiCH IWPrlce > Bakinc Powder contain no AraindalswlStneor Alrm l > r Prices Extcts Vanillal EOtl Orango jtcflavor dchciously fiP Ct SAldks PSVsCZ CO CJrten aso St lows Combining IBOS trttii CTRt TECCTAIlLE TOXICS quietly and complete CLEA > SES and EMUCHES T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 January 1887

v j 1 s av S DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY W IAI1AL Ireland and Gibbs Give Place to Ross and Wheeler at the Helm of the Ship of State The Simple bat Impressive Ceremonies Vi ilnes cd by Many of Texas Fair Women and Brave 3icn A rami ism and iaa < juet nt tho Diie Itill Hotel AtiproprititelyCloses tho KvntfI Day NATURE PAYS HOMAGE Special to the jurettc t tin Tkx Jan IS The crisp atmosphere cf the early morning had a chilly gratp that hurried the scattered pedestrians on thtir way with vigorous btrides but the c ffalgent rays of the sun shining fiom a clear sky soon dispelled the icy breath and warmed the Capital City into life once more It was a beauti- ful morning for the time of the year At an early hour the streets began to ill with people and as the day grew older the crowos increased In volume until both tides of tnc avenue literally swarmed with the greet throng Both houses of the legislature convened at 10 oclock and iKgau to transact the regulai order of business At about 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 January 1887

> Published Every Friday BY THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPNY Entcrort at the Postofflce at Tort Worth as SecondClass Mall Matter Office of PuMlcstlon Second St Between Ilomtnn anil Thrnekmnrtnn Entered t the Fort Worth PoUofflce s secondClas JIall Matter BATES OP SUnSCRIPTION TO ilAILSaiiSCnillKnS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers Dally Weekly doc Year JIO OOlOn Year SI SO SlxMonths r > 50 Ix Months 100 ThreeMonihs 3 O0Tbree Months 50 Similar Gszil te 200 1crAnnura VFhlYVnEn jiy carmehs Dally Ier Week 25cents essuocribers wishing the raddrefschanged Iroui one lost fiinto another must give tin old address us well as tli new or the chsng5 cannot be made Bates of Advertising Furnished on Appli- cation Remittance by draft postoficc money ordrr or inreq utered inter at risk of oilce Correspondence in solicited ujwn all netrs sub- jects Prompt information of emits and nacs happtn inns of general interest solicited All communications intended for publication mutt be acrompntiieil by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 January 1887

CELEBRITIES AT SOME Sir Lionel S SackTille West the British Minister Legation Life In Washington letH o Society An Amrlcnn CnnlloIn terior Yiew uf tlio lluilriinc The 9Iln liter and Ills Family Correspondence of the GazHte Washington Jan 12 Legation life in Washintton i a veritable lazy mans par- adise The priucipil eraplojment of the attaches of the various legations situated at the American capial seems to be the drawing of their Salaries and making a lteure in society In both oi these em- ployments they ure eminently successful especially in the latter for having not much else to do fie diplomatic corps are prominent in s < ci t and ere hardly witb out exep 111 mnci s ushi alttr It is snrpnsiig viut ii tjuaime fascination a foreign title Las upon the aver- age Amrican iri anci what faUiU f e will overlook wh > n- th are c vered ih the cloak of a dis tinguisho nitm N > matter how shal- low b thi btain no matter how scan th mttrict or hiiv i mpty the pocket of a Fpris of n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 January 1887

Y 1 If i K J 78 l WLztklvi Suzxitz Br WELL ENOUGH HE If ever an article touching upon a great leading question could be urged upon the attention of patriotic and conservative legislators it Is the one under the above caption which we reproducj today from The County Mercury of McKlnney There isnt even a hamlet in Texas at this hour but is vigorously clamoring lor addi- tional railway facilities and connections There isnt a hamlet in Texas but isready almost to bankrupt itself in voting subsi- dies and bonuses if they will but bring the iron girdle that fastens It to civiliza- tion and trade The writer of the article in the Mercury didnt go far enough he didnt tell half the story in his argu- ment on this point What is the lesson thus taught to the thoughtful legislator The fact none can deny Is a community or a collection of communities that stand ready to bleed themselves literally of their last dollar for greater railway development and ad- ditional railway fapilitles is such a sen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 January 1887

v > r 4 > x 7 CUT THIS OUT 8 3 illE t P niEST CflTEST TASTIEST T6ffci Iarlor Bcdrqo i or Oflico Can be had bjpnrchjlng a b > r of > E JHftcI KES PILIS PJKI K xSftjENrs formle xaEl druggists Matlins t firrapperTwlili your address anil a two cfot ftafcfli ire will hen send yon the Calendar and nawjagc of cards Write plainly FfMiftQlBROS RtMnre Pa SeiidMlils Adrrtlsemcnt nitli the Wrapper JjtFor For Good Purposes Mrs M A taui bin of PlilladcitfKVa ls wUl Known to the lbdlcs of that city froiirtSys great good she has done by mcan3 afc dijB nk tiams Vegetable Compound wfHts > Uf Plnkhara of a younz marked Jady cajtfj to rac ISuiTirlDg wlih a severe ca e of lrolapsafeynd ulceration She commenced tiSUr g tli Conftttipid d n > l la two cjouths wasi nsturrd a proof ufllJsshe soon foond herecif In on ntiifcstlng oridftlon Influenced by foollsh 3ew3i8tie attempted to evade the ieppnlbl IJles of maturity Afer ten or tw jiic djJSusliefiac to wio again and she wa lr < lfcd ln...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 January 1887

MEIME If You Will Not Enter the Port of Safety on Board the Ship Float In on a Spar Yon Say Ton Do Not Believe In Hell Do ton Believe Herod With His Children Victims is in Heaven It You nave Been a Sinner All Yonc Life i And Have n Day or an Hour letr Uo to Christ Special to the Gazette Brooklyn N Y Jas 1G For many years the Brooklyn Tabernacle the largest Protestant church in America has been thronged twice on the Sabbath every available Inch occupied even the aisles pulpit stairs and doorways and multitudes going away unable to get in Dr Talca e recently announced to his concregstlou that if the present build- ing could be sold for an academy of music another church one holding 10 000 people would be erected This morning after expounding the scriptures he gave out the hvmn Sinners torn wh > will ye < ile God jour Maker atks you why The subject of Broken Pieces of text Acts xxvii 44 pieces of the ship the sermon was the Ship cud the Some on broken Dr Talmagespoke as follows N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 January 1887

ffluHTSJI LABOR strict Assembfy Number Sevenly Eight Begins Its Annual Meeting at the State Capital Tho Saathrra Part of Hie Stale Getting all the Pop > ortlt Texas Knights DctiRiid an Even Divide The Salt Acalnft tlm Capitol Contractors One o the Things to IleceUo Official Attention Special to the Gacttc Ausnx Tkx Jan 17 The annual meeting of Ditict Assembly No 78 Knights ot Labor was inaguratcd here- to day There ha e arrived In the neigh- borhood of seventyfive delegates end others of the order Nothing further than temporary organization and the ap- pointing a committee of credentials was accornpithid today This committee will not report before tomorrow ai owls To the fact of the inaujurati n of Gov It iss and LieutGov Wheeler benc an inviting occasion f > r the presence of the delegates probably little progress will be made with bu mess earlier than Welnesdiy Thk Gabiti correspond- ent learns ihatibe most imp irant mat- ter that will come before the delegates will be the e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 January 1887

r < > 8 r f fTtile iiowdcr niverY varies A marvd of purl ty Btrcnfttn and wjroleomcncss More eco nomical thin the ojfBinarv kind anl cannot be Fold Id c ragctineffvuth the mu ttudc of low test short jwlWt alim or photphali powucrs Sold only fiTcHi Uo Al lUUl lUWDEU CO 1W > Wall Street Ncvvlork etilliijr renew trcuctb or who Knffer from IntirniltliK peculiar tu thilr kcjc should try THE BESTJdNIC This medicine combines Iron with pare vepetablo tomes and is invaluable for DjsopiK peculiar to omen and all who lead sedent y lives 111n ritlirs and Purine toe Wood timill tcs the Aiiniiilr > trcnatu ni th Mii > rlrs and Vitiii m fact thnrousSB Anvifrprnlci Clears the complexion nudttitcstlje skin smooth It does not blacken the tc < J causa headache or produce constipation < tll othrt Iron inrdtcmta do JlUB I t izaBFTH BintD 74lSrnell Ave Mihvan w Wi bijR tniderdatyot Dec 2btli lS I have aaii Bri ry Iron ITrtters anil it has been more than a A ctortln haVinK cured me of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 January 1887

I DEMOOKAT PUBLISHING CTOMPANT MTMJffiTIIil Barney Gibbs Turns Out < o Havs Been Working in Disguise afi the While In the Interest of Beagan Judge Iicagn is Pilgrimage to Dallas During the Stnto Fairs Last Fall And What it all 3Ieant 7 he Star oT Alfiancier WntklnH Terrell llecomrft a Lust I wlnkler In the rolltlcal Firmament A HIT CI HISTORY Special to the Uazeue Aistin Tex Jan 2C The sadden turn taken by the benatori il contestwhich today hint Alexander Watkins Terrell to the rear mm John Hunpden Reagan to the front confirms a prediction made by The Gazette in a lengthy special Irom Dallas siveial wteks ago concerning the status of Judge Reagan on the corpora- tion and anticorporation issues in poli- tics In that sptxial it was stated that Reagan visited Dallas during the state fairs last fall met a number of Demo- cratic leaders from all parts of the state In several private consultations at the Grand Wiudsor hotel and that if what the sane of Palestine then said in private ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 January 1887

K o rtzlity Qbitzzitz Published Every Friday nv TUB DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPNY Entered at the Portofficc at Fort Worth as SecondClass Mall Matter Ofnre of PaMIeatton Second St Between Houston anil Throckmorton Kntrrril at the Fort Worth Postoffiea a hcconilClass JIail Mutter ItATKS OP SUHSCKIITION TO MAIL SUPSCIUBEHS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers Dallv Weekly < e Year 510 OOIOq Yctr 51 M SsJxAlcnths fl Si Ix Months 1 W > Three Mondis 3 O0riuee Months to Sunday liazstto 20 Per Annum DELIVERED 11Y CA11K1ERS Dally lVr Week 23ccnts flSSoUscrrbcrswlsnlrglhc rnddrefs changed from one tost li otu another inuet give the old address well as Hi nowor the chinge cannot he made Katej ut Advertising f urnlaherl ou Appll catlon Remittances bv draft posto ice moms order or in Ttyixttrtd lelitr at risk nf ojjice Correspondence is solicited upon all nncs sub Prompt information of events and news happen infis of general interest soliciieft All communications intllded for publication must le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 January 1887

h I ctjicobsq Stjis niinig i them say if the d d g dont open it well burn the car snli roast him alive Weve got to havethat money When he oneiied it tbe or fourot them went in I dont know what they got too daik to see anything Then they went to the mail car and went through it tDOi but I have no idea of what they took there I think one or two of the men had on masks but it is difficult to state positively I am certain the men on the engine with us wore no masks The darkness was disguise enough Idoc think Id know either one of them again WHAT TIIKY TOOK The above is In substance the firemans SS Eli Sfe fBPme and the only way to effectually Vtj ft Piiry cK > T j Knrd kgrinst loss by such robber s is to jam aafc Frczlfrim OyfyXij Lmctics itnd Zoison PRGPT TUT i r < e > p i kai Till IIUI LU HiHHl lO A IilLTISORCilD WICBfflWOIIL Gang of Highwaymen Commit Daring Robbery on the Texas and Pacific Tlicy toplnro tlso Engineer and Fire- man at Garden aid Jo Through tho Express and Mai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 January 1887

ir1 K S N iXZtlU All evidences point to a coal boom lor Texas Congress has set a good example to the Texas legislature Help the drouth sufferers Tfib wheat in Tarrant county is in splendid condition and the live stock all lat and strong Before the late rain came the wheat was green with promise of the harvest time Tiie bill for the relief of the drouth sufferers being up Tub Gazette moves to amend by substituting S200000 for 100000 as the amount to be appropri- ated for their relief Socialism is a denial of the right of the individual to own any property that all property both real and personal should belong to the state and an an- archist is one who seeks to put socialism into practice against the will of property owners and against the existing law by forcible and murderous means It is now said that Mrs Holts child- ren were not opposed to the marriage of their mother a second time after all It is even stated that they repeatedly urged her to do so but she said Lucius Lamar was th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 January 1887

r 14 i f i PREniEST y SPUT Till OUT I JEST TASTJfST FOR E Parlor lPlroo mjor Office Can Jie had by jmrchEnjig a box of DE Q ffcfiJNES 4 LftBtf PILLS 9r Iltl K 23CEKM FORAU BY ALL DRUGGISTS Mai us tip vntpper with your aildrcssand a two fcBjt Bc ttovlU lien send you the Caletuffirr and nfleKasgptcarde Write plainly rrt MiNG B ps pmsMrs Pa 4 St tdTfrtlssmcnt llh the Wrapper LYD1A E PSHAWS IfEGETME e 17 SURESEEMEDY roEjnn PAINFUL ILLS AND SORDERS SUF- FERED by women Everywhere girls and tp wtffdn past tyitur t It tn ngtbrni the hackSndTth eUl or = in bringing ri li < f and comfit otfttjjPtSicn who Monti jll day In Jipme shopsnd foctroy JceorrlittDflaifiniation X lccration and Dis placcjSeStjjjjif thj pterns hue bi < n enrtd by it 33women ctJijy t > crc gratefullytestify Regular jitysiciana often vrcfcribe it SjJ ajfDruggists Prlcct00 3Ira Pjnkham s Guide to IUalth1 mailedtoany la3y sending atamp to the Laboratory Ijnn MubS Homeopathic Veterinary Specifics for iKOgf j CATTLE SH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 January 1887

FLY LOW Remember Thy Days of Sin of Youth- ful Wanderings of Manhood Trans- gressions and be Humble Flee as a Doto from the Fiery Eye and- Iron Beak and Loathsome Falcon of Yonr Besetting Sin tTuke Kefnge la tho Dove cute of Christ from Storm Sin borrow Degra- dation and Death Special to the Gazette Brooklyn N Y Jan 1Z The Itev T DeWitt Talmagea ssrmon today was preached at the reception of SOS new members making the communicant mem- bership of the Brooklyn Tabernacle SCjO It was a day memorable in the history of this church The reverend doctors text was Isaiah lx 8 Who are these that fly ns a cloud and ac the doves to their win- dows He preached as follows When God would set fist a beautiful thought He plants it in a tree when lie would put it an jat He fashions it into a llsh when He would have it glide in the air He moulds it into a bird There is to many of us a complete fascination in the structure and haoits of birds The black- bird floating like a Hike of darkness througa the ...

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