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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 14 October 1887

x SOW FmST PUBLISHED uii fo AS EVENTFUL STORY 335T JAMES GRANT I nnR OF THE ROMANCE OF WA ACWK WATCH FAIRER THAX i B FAliV ETCETC The rTJic Eight of Translation Is ReservedJ CHAPT3B SS ET THK SUEZ CANAL the Pagoda reached Port Tn dae time where Said flourishing town but now a oi 1S59 M de when in undcd with his band of navigators to in JUrate his great maratime canal there s nothing tat a desolate bank of sand the Mediterranean Sea and the h tween awrmnv shallows of Lake Menzaleh and illustrious engineer selected the thpn the Stools city and a port intended ulti SSelv to rival those of Alexandria for its CafeschantantB It is renowned swindling roulette tables and has d its u the aspects of a French rather than an Tvrnuan towns with its regularly laid nnt streets and squares quays hotels and other adjuncts that are European and though it lacked wholly the pictur eEtmeness of tbe towns and cities of the tAj and N la Valley to the eye of Lons dale he could not but remembar that to the ...

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. — 14 October 1887

w t r t i 1 10 31 c h A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA Near the village of Zlllingdorf in Lower Austria lives Maris Haas an in telligent and industrious woman whoso stoiy o physical suffering and nnal re lief as related by herself is ol interest to English women I was employed she says in the work of a large farm house Overwork brought on siokhead ache followed by a deathly fainting and sickness of the stomach until I vas unable to retain either food or drink I was compelled to take to my bed for several weeks Getting a little better from rest and quiet I sought to do some work but 7s soon taken with a pain in my side which in a little while seemed to spread over my whole body and throbbed in my every limb This was followed by a cough and shortness of breath until finally I could not sew and I took to my bed for the second and as I thought for the last time My friends told me that my time had nearly come and that I could not live longer than when the trees put on their green once more Then I ha...

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. — 14 October 1887

I lick = ofus CTJE1S rt rfc iPJSS SS1 fr wppfLo efthe Sc ii us the outside a bo f the genuine JOr 3 pfLEBBATED LlVER JrV drebS plainly writ il t will Fend you by FLEMING BROS PITTSBURGH PA TT8 SPECIFIC F TKLIT SICI SS fcso tgfo enaed a Mrengtle ed TESMpartlc fSOtkasStiL KStest cataloeue free AddrestT P PREUIT caUn irf Chlohti Cu lreinatai wihoodele mwly fr Witre ijfc07t propped io smoney is WjSeelrgijrcii p feros iatproved jus o iMJjtet Uh buy Ujlor IteWS E329niB A3Bfe so T < csiE utToat Fort WorSfe HIQHESfSR p fiiLISHJr f The riginnl > fa oSy genuine Stft tstZinjt BelUbljj Wire o r4rt S Ii Wfe bttoLAritES Afc joS f tr xH > to ci for PAPE jChtralcul Co SSX8iIadUonS krCj IhU da Pa > SoWbrnTotriiUeTerTwlierKliiifor Chlehco tert EoglUk VesojrojaX liiU < sTrte ao dber 1H0 If know g ii unMey has haaiour bmaty three of idr Hetvy > Uh re V ll n leased Co mley edninetytwo n4 > sSed sIxty > weremar sXL ° pe coanty Arkansas last week A tPI ii w yiteeaiair t YK6 V BIG B...

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. — 14 October 1887

1 a UBfflSJOLlJE Love for the Soldier Boy Leads Women of Fashion to Borrow His Trappings Th8 Tea Gown Maintains Its Place Shapes and Shades In Fall Millinery Mental Sraluliis and Culturo Essential in xixfj Hnnscsrtfc 2 otee Kocipee The cool Tteatber of the last week msau euoppers a liUlo impatient about the arrival of fll goods and eager ques tioners of styles and fabrics were found at merchants counters and in millinery xooins Old Sol however does not abdi cate so easiJy and the last few warm days called a halt in preparations for the fall season Now calling a halt is strictly a military term and in no sense applicable to fashion and yet the array of military trappings in her bazaar involuntarily sug gests military expressions The gcharm which has always attached itself to gold lace and brass buttons seems to have so penetrated the feminine mind as to domi aiate in fashions world Now every gown and jacket must have its trimmings of braid the collar is a la militaire epaulets and cu...

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. — 14 October 1887

T r IflGClIID Iacds and th NoSNeed for a Churoh to Build Itself Up by Drawing from Other Religiods Bodies Kecruit from the Armj of Skeptics AH About Professing Christians and Sbtc Their Souls mnrclies Should He LltoSavlng Stations Saccor to tho Dis Beadyto Send tressed ana Sinful Special to the Gazette Brooklyn Oct 9 The audiences at the tabernacle this autumn are larger than at any time during the history ol Us church and greater numbers go aWay not able to get in Led by cornet and organ the congregation eang with creat power the hymn ° The morning light Is breaking The darkness disappears The sons of men are waking To penitential tears The Bev T DeWitt Tolmage D D r8d and explained passages of Scripture concerning the dawn of universal righte ousness The subject of his sermon was Unoccupied Fields and the text from Eomans chapter xv 20 Lest I should build upon another mans foundation Dr Talmage said Stirring reports come from all psrts of America showing what A GRKAT WORK the chur...

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. — 14 October 1887

IX I 1 5r X It reporter S U TJsd by tfleXUnltid States government En DrewLby thf heads of the graajnnlverMtlee tha Sttongtat Purest and moEfrhealthful Prlcej 3itnly Baking Powtpsthat doet Llmo adwJi or aolo JteHOanSi eCSi ftlOE BAKING POWDER CQ NAwY rk nhloano f fcVf 7b i psitlvelyC tliesc IittiePJUa eyalso 5 rSSK SSG vswcs AI CUIMI repeToDisfe ITT IE ffepsia ivrAilndiB n aad Tcc JTI bla fra gct reiEpdy for DizziI DrowsiSs nfe Bad Tasto in IheK Ri In the Side alc t and gesffio take Only one pill alf dose ly vega ble Price 25 cents g CAB imDICIlIB C0f Prcprs lie Tcrijf K > rt Worth will paint the state yellow TTOiett the Fort Wortn Western is built to tae paint beds in Young county When tl e Fort Worth Western is built nortn Fort Worth will build her side walks out of jasper brought from near Graham The East line is to be made a broad gauge from JVfferson to Greenville and the next Ftep will be the extension to Denton or Fort Worth Fine limestone in Jack and marble in Young cotton...

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. — 21 October 1887

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Happenings 9oms8tio INTELLIGENT live lUECAZETTE Clones 1KB XJBJADDINGr Off MElKrttfJfift IN EACH ISSUE 6 IN EACH ISSUE 57e have decided to substitute tale REDUCTION IN PRiCE tor the old plan of distributing free premi ums by lot believing It will prove mor sstisfactory as It will benefit a greatei number This makes which is acknowledged to be the ALSOTHE Cheapest Seivspaper 1 m tesa r if is s Year All Postmasters are authorized 51o take Subscriptions to whom a Liberal Discount will be allowed la cheapening the price of Thk Week lt Gazette it Is tht determination to im prove its value to all classes of readers Among Its attractions will be Serial Stories BY FAMOUS AUTHORS Tahnages Sermons JfmJ Csinplele anfl CorrectKariBtEepoits IN each issue J in All Parts of tto State IN EACH ISSUE and Foreign News by Telegraph IN each issue CURRENT TOPICS DISCUSSIONrOr ALl Ths TTeeelt Gazette wBC bejinade s Clland whc Sjili cot time or InclinatSS to jFor ovei HPagesof a...

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. — 21 October 1887

is sea tic I i l tVf itf jlalorc ll those ac at piiii yo 1 X it naU tCr ffl ze of Fraits In Qi 2 AT > V33RTI8IN WEEKLY EDITION jv PUBLISHED EVEBY FBIDAY BY THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Fabllshora and Proprietors Cfice of PublicationSecond St between Houston and Throckmorton Entered at the Fori Worth Texas PosloJJice as SecondClass Mail Matter 104 Temple Court Now York or from Us 3E3AJSXEKN OFFICE 48 Tribune BuildingNew York RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers Dally Weekly OaeYear no oo Six Months 5 50 Three Months S 00 One Tear 51 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 40 SOKDAY Gazette 1 yr 150 6 months 100 INVABIABIT TN ADVANCE DELIVERED BY CARRIERS rax Weak 25centi gU3abBCxiberf wishing ttetr address changed from one postoflico to another muBt give the old address as well m the new or the change cannot be made AU Postmasters in the State are authorized to tftfce subscriptions to The Gazette LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Sample copies sent on app...

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. — 21 October 1887

7sOtf FIRST rUBLISHED gn Si won EXTFUL STORY O E i THB R03IAXCB OF AVAR THE nF JK50IS W VTCH FAIRER THAN A 1Wth ETCETC FAiur vhtof Translation la Reserved crlArrEB Itffs XXII HUT ALL WAS falsi AXD HOLLOW seven years after that time and tie dark episode of His early life become like the memory of a dise Montressor tie dream that Digby s of Sirs Chillingtons brilliant e mrties was introduchdby Horace gjrfleu y hnssars tn Claire Rlrh 3la5zravc of the d the only daughter of the good old ° ° Chillington a very handsome rector of than usually sweet and tractive girl in her twentysecond year fi with that chance meeting began the sD of new life to Digby ndeD summer a again and again after that In Tnev met duction at those places where every meets everyone else and he soon CDrned to love her but calmly with de fJ a new and joyous emotion all rve the rash and neadstroag passion Smere passion it was that wrecked lc Hfe at Brighton Montressor you have been a foDionce he said to himself beware n...

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. — 21 October 1887

i aits ij WOMAN FROM was or wniimwn nw ha jOmeJeighteea miles to get me to buy a mticineV for them know ing thawPik cured me and to be sure to get the feht kind I know a wo man who was looting like death and who told then there was no heir for her that she Jfflp consulted several doctors but none outd help her I told her of Seigels Syrup and wrote the name down ior her irlat sl mlght make no mistake She trilk my advice and the Syrup and new she is in perlect health and the peo ple > aESj ul us are amazed The medi cin has bade such progress in our neigB rhood rthat peopl ay the dont want the doctor any more but they take the Syrup Sufferers from gout who were confined to their beds and could hardly move a finger have been cured by it There is a girl in our district who caught a cold by going through some water and was in bed five years with costiveness and rheumatic pains and bad to have an at tendant to watch by her There was tit doctor in the surrounding district to whom her mot...

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. — 21 October 1887

uu I Crf EtifeBRATED tf feTR Pills VVARE OF COUNTERFE6TS j fjjj Hade in St Louis Mo TICicnINE arC lrePared ° akJ FLEMIN lBROS Price S Cents PITTSfeufegft PA Send for book To Motkirs mailed free BxiDrreu Rkoulatob Co Atlanta Gi AS50 THEHEWSIMS STEM MKQER AND SETTER ttzit a1 y or HIM Kit wh rh we rfcow is 5JS suiverttement Is now s lOOO jrra s trelUve secured the exrlu A StiUs and CanJSs It Is a STiM > MTIIi with 3tcni AiJn t merit J i 3ff rij ihe > uiv 3 LLS50 a Tittcnt M ja Yi Incline vud cttlnc SErsuiKOnient t < n < on oo SL 1 gtBt < nl tadart i l ttle 6 < lf mr H jlluntlne tu rs briiuunwly cnjra > < h1 as khowti Jn ctfe iitnl with lure old r Slj ri w soii i caUt < lSvVlhUiincit I t mj n aiian issi hit to a > < 1 Uold V ifcirxhitiir Thi < t ul s 1 > M TLi k rolutul i rem h G lassaud all i > t n ijJ Ivitncs sre pu < V tly made1 the uipriired an 11 u sm amUhin Yt or < ah pirt is cnrnRJJly t vjfj skil ail jniitiratw kiiieal tji h one isc...

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. — 21 October 1887

fc fc r f ti t 6 WT r i > WTGay Promenaders In Tasteful Cos tumes Flit In Autumn Sunshine Styles Adaptea to Various FormSe TFrsps for Winter YenuV Castas Efllclonc Hnngchoict Raters Among StccktDR Fashion Notes EeclpeH Etc closed with bronze buttons Another costume is made of dark mossgreen and amber plaid the cloth of basket weave The skirts are of this fabric intricately draped Above is a jersey of silkfinish stockinette this of dark green with a fine cashmere gimp trimming on collar vest and sleeves KNITTED STAR QUILT Materials Morse Kaleys No 8 knit ting cotton It takes about two boxes for a quilt Tour shout No 16 steel needles Cast 3 stitches on each of 2 needles 2 stitches on the third Make 1 knit 1 all round and there are 16 stitches First round Make 1 2 plain repeat from to all round Second and all even rounds plain Third round Make 1 3 plain repeat from to all round p ifth round Make 1 4 plain repeat from to all round Seventh round Make 1 5 plain rc peat from to all roun...

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. — 21 October 1887

F IDDEN IM Books May Possess a Charm and paint Vice in Attractive Colors but Death Results Such Groat Power that xicanlsHava Will Sell Xhelr Souls lor a Drink bllnga Hideon Crlmo and Betting on G Base Boll and JBnjlng lottery Tickets Part and Parcel of It Gazette 11 to the P b1k N Y Oct 16 Seven drQ and eightyone thousand three 5 died and sixteen dollars and twenty a cents nave been paid cash down in r vscnrch for religious uses and JrLtlan work during the nineteen years IS ministry said the Rev T De Witt Sdmaee D D in answer to the misrep e ent tloDS that have been going through come of the religious pspers depreciat the WOrk of the Brooklyn Tabernacle B i erivinp out the hymn iarGoil our help In ages pa6t oar hope for years to c me preached a sermon the sublet nr Talmas let of which was Forbidden Honey Se text being I Samuel xlv 43 I did bat taste a little honey with the end of tne rod that was in my hand and lo I must die Dr Talmage said The ioney bee is a most INGENIOUS ARCHITEC...

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. — 21 October 1887

8 IT iSfegolutely Pure Cn s povrd sevor varies A raarvo of purl tT trenztn and wholooomonoss More oco RamlifcltSan the ordinary fclnd and cannot be Positively vhifi theso LittVi pii TfeeyalsoreilsreDisj tre from Dyspepsia Indi jjfel To ncs3 A per fect reStedy for Dizzi3 Nausea Drovsii Jb 3vbIS Taste la iJiefc Slouth PpSted Tongue Pain in tho Side TORj PJD nnpajjc Thej esulate the BoTvekg and prevent C sjipiftfon and Piles Thea HigjBmallestTBgd easiest to take Only ono pill a > Aia dSsa Pmr resectable Price 25 cents 3 fcisi3S 2 gHonJ3 C0r Prcprr Xev YeiiJ j < a3iWigg9 a feJagaa ilGODffl JgE Gazette states what it has learned onje best of authority when it gays that inside of a year there will be a line con necting this city at Birmingham Ala with the Georgia Central and still be j lieves that the Vanderbilt syndicate is t backing this road which will connect with the Fort Worth and Rio Grande The forces of the Panhandle Construc tion Company building tne bridce over the Canadia...

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. — 28 October 1887

F Kan DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Domesfio JDURUXIl sps353 oir INEACHIS8UE ppenings in All Parts of State IN EACH ISSUE and Foreign Telegraph IN EACH ISSUE TUB TrFlATyTNGr lift Ik mfl NEWSPAPI ffe have decided to substitute thit REOUGTiQM IN PRICE ior the old plan of distributing free preral ces by lot believing it will prove more sfltisfsctory as it will benefit a greater number This makes which is acknowledged to be the ALSO THE Cheapest Newspaper IN tie tain ii is Oil li a Year s All Postmasters are authorized 1o take Subscriptions to whom a iLiberaI Discount will ba allowed In cheapening the price of The Week vc Gazette it i3 the determination to im prove Us value to all classes of readers Among its attractions will be BY FAMOUS AUTHORS Talmagos Sermons IN EACH ISSUE WiaRitiouAliOspV m each issue teaiteecffiaiietPtpl the ftewe b WTELLIGENT DISClfSSIOK OF ALI CURRENT TOPICS Teb Weekly Gazette will be made fall and complete newspaper for all whe have net time or Inclination to por...

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. — 28 October 1887

TfiSti ih P I f t Chang AT Y I i < r e T onY 1 Tims S Times 2 Times 4 Times 5 Times uSq 2 40 J 0 00 STtree Times a Week Onehalf the above rates Tirice a Week Onethird tho above rates Once a J7eefrOnefourth tho above ratos Reading Matter 50c per lino 45o per lino 60c per lino 75c per line 90c per line 6 Times 105 per Use 7 Times 120 per line 14 Times 1 0 per line 21 Times 2 40 per lino One month or over consecutive insertions 10 cents per line each insertion fSIf matter In to be changed every Insertion the price will be 1 cent per line additional Marriages Deaths Society h sllccs io Of usual length 5Cc each Insertion If ordered line will tsc > as local or reading matter 30o per bs charged Obituaries Resolutions etc Will bo charged for at regular rates Wsnta Lost Found ate Classified AdvertisingWill be inserted at pro wis rate of an Inch Nona taken for leas than I lines epacs lnch count 7 words to 2 line the son5 ig WEEKLY EDITION JPer Inch Display Consecutive Insertions 4 Times...

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. — 28 October 1887

Of hie he 11la la ie iee > e ea it n ian st stu ie ier 4ee 8 0E 3a 3h i j 1 f I P 355T E Ihi rrnsi published psotr OF BLACK xxv SIR BRISCO THE CHARGE EVENTFUL STORT J33D3S GRANT The romance of War The Watch FAIRER THAN A Fairy etc Etc Translation la Reserved Bleat of RETURNS TO Reginald fruit and flowers ks for Jresufc fte latter orcei r05es the Scottish gardeners tremulous ferns gardenias blossoms and camelias q of crimson Uncle Grimshaw now that me for were sent to Rose anting was over L persistent frequency ac with rtdbySir Briscos cards Invi Cf for Oxford fetes local c too came r eid go forth which Melanie reso Z77 declined saying that she would no into society while Lonsdale was E adding to what Mr Grim Ttnas i deemed indications of insanity and fferer spotst0 her without a covert fDf5 rsiety or dissipation are powerful mo deaden the anxiety I endure at of all letters uncle she absence KK will lead this life of seclu dnnsndeccentilclty till you hear from roasdalc02fetd Qer n...

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. — 28 October 1887

I if r E t I flO BM BULLETS An Old Soldier Talks of His Campaign In Virginia Tho Enemy In Ambusli Twenty Years After Siuua 2s C February 11187 Gentlemen Yours inquiring whether or not I had been benefited by Kaskine and if so to what extent etc to hand In reply wjll say that my health has not been as good in twenty years as now I suffered with chilis from malarial poison contracted while serving in the Confeder ate army on the Peninsular campaigns in Virginia Did not miss having a chilljat least once in twentyone days and more frequently once in seven days for more than fifteen years la this condition I visited New York In November 1385 on business While there stopped with Mr E D Barker of the University Publishing Company I told Mr Barker of my condition He called ay attention to your Kaskine and procured for me a bottle After uy re turn home J took the pellets as directed and found much relief afiorded thereby Of this change I wrote Mr Barker who sent two or three bottles during t...

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. — 28 October 1887

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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. — 28 October 1887

W 6 UliinOLOl Change Is Written Upon All Things and Womens Most Chosen Idols Are No Exception Retrospective Glances in BJuIsli Gray Aids In PrefiorTjiig the Hamo Dies Fashions in Hals Homely Folks with 2Zoher and House Keeper Rrclpes From Grnnd laiaa Hjook Back DeHcste discrimination in the use of cttlit is a distinguishing feature that marks women of artistic taste and has never been more noticeable than at pres ent In selection and combination much latitude is allowed but that woman is most fashionable who avoids glaring con trasts and unbecoming tints There has been much speculation as to how modes originate and various have been the so lutions offered It Is said one of the best known houses In Paris keeps two men constantly employed in creating new de signs and remodeliDg old ones using old faehioned plates as well as copies of cele brated classics in painting and sculpture as aids in their work Tne nomenclature of colors is almost as much of a liddle still the hues themselves a...

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