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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 5 August 1887

I at ati Cl Clcl 051 tl sef p3 1 Cojrnbian Bank of Philadelphia v lS Makes q ts Institution an Assignment tmnifdiaio Cause of tho Failure ti rnof Thousands of Uoi Isrs of inp Hftnk 3 Aloiiev Will ho the Chlrf Snff r s j ra > h Lnrge lrlrta Silks an inset lit OhattnnoogR n Pa July 3n The Co state institution closed < rning and on the door a 1 stating by order of the t < rs the bank will make su r > Edwin Megargec andF i believed however that complete one u Fa July 30 The Columbian bank were y the Farmers and imal IJank because of the It has been known for tlij Columbian Bank was c mdition and there have a mars ah to its suspen ion i Njw York For some ink has been doing consld for Messrs Henry S Ivjfc r cetitly its acceptances itcd to as much as 8100 Tie bank officials refused amount of their business ince the payment of the reiterated the statement > u was fully protected di the bank is tied up in ad and other articles of irom Mexico which at this lie tc realize upon a...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 5 August 1887

I I V I J I 1 V Side by 4 FAITH CURERMRLY BEATER Chaplain Kail VfrPes tJis Following KemarSablo Letter Troni the Albany X V Express For many years my wife bad been the victim of nervous dyspajsn oi tie chron ic distressing and apparently incurable type frora which so many of her sex suf fer languish and die It was all the worse because the tendency to il was in herited She had been under the system atic treatment of many of the best phy sicians in New York and Brooklyn and elsewhere for twenty years with crdy temporary relief In fact there were few if any kinds of foods that did not distress her so diseased sensitive and torpid were all the organs of digestion The usual symptoms of dyspepsia with in the night and administered stimulants merely for the sake of lit slight an1 tran sient relief they gave Intermittent malarial fever set in complicating the case and making every Symptom more pronounced and intense By this time the pneumogsstric nerves bad become seriously involved and sh...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 5 August 1887

r u r i felcur Ig S i iEMA P iry Spacies of Itching and Virning Diseases Cured by a i Ktsctun with Us rgonlr ng V rn lntmly rciecd by i urasoap iud a finglc i ora the great eIu Cjr wlti two or ihrce doses i V viat tlo New I51 > od PntHler 3 l i rjoi the perspiration pure i > w els open the ltvcr and uji fpoedliv cnfc Uvema D 1f brlaei Lichen PmrLii irnfl an 1 every spsccs ot Pltnplv Uam oreol the ealt > itibt njiyslclans anj all wle dcc a cure of Lc7cmaor 1 neei > fiee amib and Jogs not able to walk eceptu > n Of one eir nut abc to h4jp Sfit icftre Ml d Uun Ircds cf rein i i tnv cape nopelcMtfj > 6T r TJrw i > i i i < t u RhMfii yvV IMcjun ll > j li siTfca urect ChicagoM El 714 1 AV t a isi 1 ihj in J tc n ea urc to rmeptt ant to lay i ai I consider cTjJ d attrlbuti j Tajlo The el sijn ot a iolnt fCKidi u eJ no In the couth west as the pace of meet 5f Llvy HAUUO 1 VlSViftj Jii t i fe < U5 r K9 > 1 S > r lr s I l i aafiasi M J10 rsi cai hoim for ov...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 5 August 1887

f It i j a M fi K j hi PURSUITS OF 1AM When a Nature is Once Made God Never Eradicates the Chief Char acteristics of Its Temperament Our Departed Friends Doing in Heaven Yfliat in Their Best Moments They Did While on Earth Heaven Xot tho Klgid nml Formal Place Some Pcile Photograjih It si > cix luitoa us to the c uttire Special to the Gazette Tin Ha htons July 31 The Rev T DeWitt Talmages sermon for this morning was on the Employments of Heaven and his text the 1st verse Ch I of Ezekiel Now it came to pass in the thirtieth year in tho fourth month in the liith day of the month as 1 was emong the captives by the river or Che bar tht the heavens were opened Ezekiel with others had been expa triated and while in foreign slavery was standing on the banks of the royal caual which he and other serfs had been con demned to dig by the order of Nebuchad nezzar this royal canal in the text called the river of Chebar the illustrious exile had visions of Heaven Indeed it is almost always so ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 5 August 1887

1 iiffcniarce 1 m t < m 1 i i i 7 lf Blffi the 1 Upon Notes From Diary cf Inspector Byrnes tea 4 hwvtuouxj AUTHOIi OF AK1H KTC ETC bj < M Dunham i Jim reserved V72 a All CHAITKUXII ta < y that she stopped to re certain tnat she was pro points Yes no trace of or agency would remain waere she was that night 1 i cover the result of her r two days at least and the L death would leave no iht be suspected indeed here was one man wno iy suspect her but it would is taat never could oe veri wnoie she did not regret i be pqnaut to have some it < 3e had done and yet be call her to account for it > > as well as for their vir u crave some sort cf an au u she had been debating v she had been carrying on ion with Grady How i Well she could afford Nhe entered into all hi > utered him and petted uixe in a while her hand o that pocket How could j intently into her eyes tlemseh es to him and not t larking there Perhaps vi mistook it for love It yt for him t ie let her glance trave...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 5 August 1887

Vi fl l vS 8 I 8 43SgI m piusc fitrfi < tw rrsurrmrTat IositivcfyiJurctl l > i tJicso UMlo ljj IS atJiia Urowsi Iccss rI Taste in the Tals powder Jievcr varies A z txvacf pnrl 1y lroncth aid wrolcsorr > ehu > oro ceo ioclcal than llKsordlnary kinrt and cannot be < soid In oociiictUrtia with the multitude of iow Ssst simpsweijshj alum or phosp ute powders SeJrfonimeant ItOTALIJAKIKG PO YDEK HO itf Wall ntrect New Tori The als t < u Bis 3 tv fiA i ysptPii In itii sd TociS Hi ry lUUr g AihtK feel medy for TJizzi vt Mouth qoatcd Tougiie 1V2 inUic SidoTOR ID LIVISs o the They rogulate ro es aiij i > revent Gousuiiati n and Piles Tin v emall st an1 ed feto UX < Onl3 one p 11 aK dose jjrejy ve ctAli Price 1 emits fc3 ifi ii com The Alliance cotton yards is a trump card for Fort Wortn Work on the granite roofing factory will commence in the nest few days Grapevine will become quite an im portant railroad point if that Sherman Fort Worth air line is built und chances ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 12 August 1887

KoCBAT PUBLISHING COMPANY > er JLULXXaXKl OJIBEES > j iii TIIE ILTEAXMCNGr lis ami Fait OK T3 < S P iff UmM II I EfTiijTaieli iiTe decied to substitute thie REDUCTION IN PRICE pancf listributing free premi > it will prove more r a < it will benefit a greater r T p nakes lis on i k acLncwiedgtHhtQ be the ALSO TSS kap tJfewBpaper 3 it fc TKXVAS itoiiislUI All PosJmasiefe are authorizad to lake Subscritftions to whom a Liberal DTsQaiuitvvill be allowed t feces ning the price of Tue Wkkk iffirrjc t li the detennination to im < T r to til classes of readers V t > a racts will be BVFAMOtS AUTHORS If s ago s sermons SiCiirsscK rtHiiiifiSMl IN kacii issue Ste anfllCorrectMariet Reports IN EACH 1SSU3 Openings in All Parts of the State IN EACH ISSUE tio and Foreign Telegraph c tna or Inclination to News by IN EACH ISSUE UIGENT DISCUSSION OF ALL CURRENT TOPICS iHj Weekly Gazette will be made a plete newspaper for all who pore over s > sof a daily and the constant aim K ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 12 August 1887

I H m r < 1 I 1 ii Published Every Friday EY THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO ri3CeoFuKcafton Second St between Houston i TArodtmorton Entered at tkt Port Worth Texas Poslotfce as SecondClass Mail Matter JS Tribune BiiilditgI ev York RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by the Publisher Daily Weekly One Tear HG CO I Ons Year SI 00 Sir Months 5 30 I Six Months 60 Three Months 3 COIinrac Months 40 SUNDAY Gazette 1 yr 1 50 C months 5100 INVABL4BLY IN ADVANCE DELIVERED BY CARRIERS Par Week 25ceni SnbEcrtberfi wishing their BddrcfcE changea trom one postoD co to another must give the oliaddrces as well as the acw crthi shange cannot lis rcadj All rostmaetors in tho state are aphorized to take aauscripllons to lui cuiZhiiL LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Sample copies scat on application Remittances by draft postcrice money order cr a registered letter ci risl cfojpcc Correspondence is solicited upon all reirs suo teds Prompt information of events and reiss happen ings of ge...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 12 August 1887

Recommendation of a Commission C Engineers that the Tug Palos to Improved is Rejected rPrwa on a ffliliney Says Ho Cannot an Expenditure of 50000 eSSel that Cost 05j000 L3niar Changes the Cnt of His 5nr j j io ItemarU Thereon tr ° risloners Mall Changes Ifiss an TIE HG lALOS 70 Aug The board of ihattdeu that the iron hulled 0 now at Asiatican station be I CV estimated cost of flfty 14ars on hull and forty thou mV boilers and ma it of the arguments tl the recommendation o er vessel now in the navy > j same purpose she being ccurt of light draft to enter atc nation The Secretary j tp T r m iV mimendation as follows This indorsement tjv expenditure of the aaout 650000 upon ld The Palos is i arut 3000 tons twenty u ttsr sn i i in no respect a war < a understood She cost j > 3 6750C0 when iron rtSijUt price and could Y a It new now for 6 > 50C00 Sne ir sirs since she was onginal > HS She is kept on the tin as a substitute for a vessel a aeount of her light draft s htr to v...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 12 August 1887

G 1 r t3 m Jti FAITH CURE FAIRLY BEAM Chaplain Hall Writes tho Following Remarkable Letter From the Albany N Y Express For many years my wife had been the victim of nervous dyspepsia of the chron ic distressing and apparently incurable type from which so many of hcr sex suf fer languish and die It was all the worse because the tendency to it was in herited She had been under the system atic treatment of many of the best phy sicians in New York and Brooklyn and elsewhere for twenty years with ODly temporary relief In fact there were few if any kinds of foods that did not distress her so diseased sensitive and torpid were all the organs of digestion The usual Symplons of dyspepsia with its concomitant ailment were all present bad taste in the mouth duil eyes co d feet and hands the sense of a load upon the stomach tenderness on pressure in digestion giddiness great weakness and prostration and fugitive pains In the sides chest and back I have often risen in the night and administered ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 12 August 1887

OUR UTTLE GRANDCHILD j purified and Beautified by the 3leanse cuticura Remeaies c niasure to give yon this renoit ° nf oar Utile grandchild by your On 1IVcdc When el months old his ara i f an to swell and had every app ar tisn rce boll Wc poulticed It bnt all to > > ect tp out five montae after it bectine OP 3d two Vnic jccame For n oon otner sores formed of Uem on each hand aadca his I 3 nnrc and more ImpureII took fnrthe to break out A60re came encah the under HjjyVrhlch was fi5 civf Ills head was on4 solid scab ttca1 lK < at de Tals uae urs r m n a U2r = at twftBYtwo months SS hS n I undcrlooSthe care of him SShaTlng dletf tfhen he was a little n aifeiTdown anu couiu nocync 3 n dPf r ° C8C o h lB 132 i eura v < + cr tf t e JJJSpiedles t year 1 mil s re afcr tjother healed a rfonnlnsr IsrcacMape of these five haltS before iiaira w oK J Ms which 1 s wcrcfiTkcn ont rrir loo3 Vd haTf Jotiles he was iTCH1 oil tlCI 31 i c I > vsxAraiz and tlitnuoai t o iJa U io r ilow to...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 12 August 1887

I i u TALK WITH GIBSON The ExPremier of the Hawaiian Islands Says the United States Has a Pacific Ocean Policy Important Features of the Xeir Consti tution Change From an Abso lute to a Limited Monarchy Gibson Is SmngRlCd From tlio Islands to Save His Hie Great Britain Will Stsnd by KcrIIbIi CnpltallBtB Sax Francisco Cal Aug 7 Walter J Gibson the aged exPremier of the Hawaiian kingdom and to whose official conduct is accorded the recent uprising of the populace and whose life was sup posed to be in great danger was in a pleasant conversational mood when seen at his hotel by a reporter of the Associat ed Press this morning The new consti tution has many admirable features about it he said in speaking of affairs en the island still it was what might be termed a shotgun or rifle constitution The King only proclaimed it through fear of his life Whether it will last or not I cannot of course tell The creation t a new house of nobles with pro gfey qualifications is an expedient which will...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 12 August 1887

X Ci i tjie president of the First Life durance the founder ncisj Company of the System ilirrW ffo Fb1Ib t0 ir ° vWo for His wan is declared io be YForso Fsmiiy th u an Infidel JS 00 t 5 Voltej Protecting You from r omit onltafirHtlou Which 9 the World tft ill iisrmn olie Gazette iV tn > u n8 Rev T v 3 stjrnion f ° r tcday was rtant subject of Life and ir 11 tn Jr r S X tie the Cnnstian Principles js Ust was Let hini an > vr he land and tike up f vie land of Egypt in the r vests Genesis xli 31 et e words oi Joseph the 0f ft tirst life insurance ccni < ji ever saw Pharaoh ijeam tho distracted him He < ttjd on the banks of the av c joins np out of the i sleek glossy cows and st tf rowse in the thick grass HI about that But after it of the same river he tist were S4 iXI STAltVKI jukicir cows that had ever v and and in the ferocity evoured their seven fat Pnaiaoh the King sent decipher these midnight to eat the seven ema followed them are seven rg to eat Now said take onetil...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 12 August 1887

is til riff t > hst ft a j 8 i S < Sf KsgjpT Sick Headachi Worth Before September gone several roads not at present tioned will have to go down on our The year 18S7 will be a memorable one in our history as marking the beginning of the era of railroad building on a scale rositiveWjpureflUjy these iifilS Hls irJCSev alsdfelieve Dis1 tras fxora Dyspepsia Indigestion and Tool Hearty Eating A perl gxeniedy for Dizzi nc > j Nausea Drowsifc nesS Bad Taste in the Mouth Coated TktjgieGain in the Side TOR PID LTVfeR c Tbey regulate tlie BowelsES anB jjirevectiConstipation and Piles Tlie smallest aud easiwst to take Only one pill a Sosa PurtSj vegetable Price 25 cents CA2rSll ESICIlT2 CO lTer Tab The Texas and Pacific will be prepared to haul thousands of tons ol Strawn coal to Fort Worth during the coming winter Fort Worth men can fight each other harder before an election and forget it sooner afterwards than any set of men in Christendom Over a mile of completed Grade be tween Fort...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 19 August 1887

PAX PUBLISHING COKPMY in 3T TJE3LJEi Tlin LEADING H 70 NEWSPAPE F BtEveryliofly to substitute tills REDUCTION IN PRICE v f < trihuting Tree premi Vi it will prove mon j i > > 5s wiil benefit r greste T5A OlMffl a no vledged to be TISXAS FJ W V vi K t t faci issue the tapcst3fenrspaper listji isDjtr II a Year = > All Posimasters are authorized 1o fake Subscriptions to whom s Libera Discount will be alicwed fr tt ring i < prictfef The Week i ix > dttghnination to im < to arh classes of readers a Ira t ns will be Serial Stories a correctMariet Reports i e chissus m in All Farts of the Mate IN EACH ISSUE End Foreign News b > Telegraph IN EACH ISSUE tLLlGHNT IDISCUSSION OF ALl CURRENT TOPICS esly Gazette will be made t i vCite newspaper for ail whe jj e cr Inclination to pore over h sf a da y and the constant aims s Ve w oe to add every new OF THE PUBLICATION s to put The Gazette Id J ei0 men during the next r and to the accomplish l purpose the price will be a I ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 19 August 1887

i 1 r Co i i i irsss Dally ftcjcUTy dn cfU Published Every Friday ilY THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO OXce of Publication Second St beiiceen Houston id Throckmorton Entered at the Fori Worth Texas Poztoctaz SKondClasz Mail Matter iH sxisrtN office iS Tribune BuildingSew York RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION 10 MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Pcstcgc Prepaid b tht Publishers Weekly OasTear 510 001 One Year 3lx Months 5 50 Six ilontns Three Months 3 001 Three Months DELIVERED BY CARETRRS par West i 25 cents 5SulECricfr3 wiping ttvir iMret hang ° d from onn poslofllce to another ranat lvetheoliaddrcrsaa well as tho saw or te change cannot oe made All IVs masters in th t f ao authorize Jo take subscriptions to luu UAiiri LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Sample copies sent on application Rtrrdltcncvt by draft vostoflce momy ordtr o n registered letter ct riek ofojjlcc Corrccpcndencc is saliciUd upon all nzzs situ Unci 6 Times51 05 lrs President should betlccteda steel ribbed civ1 service pv iia would be an excel lent thing...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 19 August 1887

fct asss Par 3 01 5 5 Vast tit Of Js 1 V J cat r Ji at ICE It ieeplo B8 LJ i 1i 1 cl t t c > c DEiBLI Hi i Train of Fifteen inos Passenger Coaches Through a Burning Bridge at Midnight it Lens One Hundred and Eighteen Killed and Four Times dumber Wounded jhc FlBmc6 Tiie Honil UsII Jl1 tjii I 1V > mned TrainWrecking UGHTKCL WRECK 1 i Aug 11 It is reported rTurson train on the Toledo as i Warsaw road went through a a PARTICCIAR3 n ii ji Iu Aug 11 A train cton list night for Niagara L iicis Central the intention y that rjad as far a = Chats f iIS worth 111 late last night icdred people were killed ws a smali on e a and Warsaw As the I1 p r City a small town in e bridge crossing the Ver a eariui v panic > r estimation it was found r r it hundred excursionists jarad it occurred 1 In Aug 11 The conduc v 2iC820 and Alton passenger J jjt arrived in Chicago i j j ton where the Toledo rsraw and the Chicago and i > connect learned from one I t r cf the first named road j at bad occu...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 19 August 1887

W K ITM or her n ha thee < s e 0Stad tad tadb tlthj < ier FAITH > v Side f > y sifle by slilc they victim ior ten Chaplain Hall Writes Ibo Following UeinaraRblc Letter lrom the Albany N Express For many years my wife had been the victim 0 nervous dyspepsia of the chron ic distressing and apparently incurable type from which so many of her sex suf fer languish and die It was all the worse because the tendency to it was in lew if any kinds of foods that did not distress her so diseased sensitive and torpid were all the organs of digestion The usual symptons of dyspepsia with sient relief they gave Intermittent malarial fever set in complicating the case and making every symptom more pronounced and intense By this time the pneumogastric nerves had become seriously involved and she had chronic Gastritis and also what 1 may be allowed to call chronic intermit tent malarial fever all at once For the latter the physicians prescribed the good oldfashioned sheetanchor Quinine gra...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 19 August 1887

fi m i i ri s 11ES MOrS PUBLICATION CF A a > ftc < HR OK L0VE AND WAR m rStS 53 an tW TIc Soldier Novelist f Tc vniance of War Ca ent etc e Dick Kidney ol France Fair The Phan Lucy etc stnentaole death of Jamefe tr los to the world of ii s intluence on Uction and there j v vtars ago ut eea a tremendous r i Alventure of which vrttr He was cf that s cf which Charles ned ornament and tfsoflay Alia 21 s n extiti id ft MSLABOSWON of l St Tear and tho efaies ardc J lsnirOalcutta r > i a vSfu r on Tiicreis a strong rt of the btory we are in > Le ceuies of active military t J < jc n tte elst de ccribed with a Vgjis au 1 it novelists skill The atleiu a iar earlv engaged in f ol f Tec KomaQce of War Fair iU au a afry etc ta or caulker r roaderp will give the a city to this announce M taey and their friends etJer the nerusal in our s r nal novel by so pop CENT PRESS OPINIONS 1 N WITH FIItH ilerly t Jamc3 Ga i rning to end Xo one will be dull over a page i an J in War told with s...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 19 August 1887

if 2 l h i LADIES1 COLIN A Patriotic Plea that Some American Queen Assumethe Scepter of Fash ion for Her CountryWomen Employment for Insure Hours in Betnrn to Braiding as Fash ionab e Trimming i tlie A Honeckeepetj lAfe too Often r Serirs of Wottf Dtrtciioi a for SelrcHoR bleats and Canning ITruit3 Notts It should be a matter of chagrin to American wmen that they have so long servilely obeyed the mandates oi foreign dictators August it is true is not the montn for Fourth of July speeches but as women have not realized their inde pendence they have neither formulated a declaration or set apart a day sacred to its utterance and a womans say is al ways in season American girls on the Continent and in Eusland are carrjlng everything before them by their beauty tnd their style it beina universally ad mitted that they alone know how tD array themselves and in distinction from their English sisters afford delight to French costnmers Eugenie in her day dictated fashions to the world not to ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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