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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 November 1887

totto LADIES COLOIW of a Wonder Pleasing Consciousness Seek Becommg t Stimulus to 1 ness in Style Mr jlodesWfddiDg Notes from SfiPPoad Toilet Accessories Fash ioned at Home KlghtA Few HlntH 1tnl8 woman B ° s WorKHlps for ibc Fancy i0T SuPPy Department awcuime world has found infinite TnreiDiotesnponthe perHonal van p f iorneu and their fondness for their ity Tflis j Mng is borne with great Smitv as the fair sex know fall well f TJwss is common to both men oVn and that woman forms the oredelightsome picture in the mirrors wSt lovelierpicture ever greeted an eye than the vision of a fair maid filn Is6t BlimPse at her perfect S ereenters the drawing room Sdvi ercheek aglow with excite AI rrt her eve brightens with gleams HnicUSry triumphs The diapho Ifd eS as if woven in fairylandshoul 2annB that in their loveliness mi fate crxotions wlia een in an tnchorlte charm her vibion and she is the tend to 11 of her Sore lovflv m 5 consciousness p0 The r r nreP eut e hour is particularly pro to...

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. — 18 November 1887

h > < 4l 6 1 4r I HOIDOWEBIOURGEAYES We must eat or we cannot live This W3 all know But do we all know that we die bj eating It is said we dig cur graves with our teeth How foolish this sounds Yet It is fearfully true We are ternfled at the approach of the cholera and yellow fever yet there is a disease constantly at our doors and in our houaes far more dangerous end destruct ive Most people have in their own stomachs a poisoD more slow hut quite as fatal as the germs of those maladies which sweep men into eternity hy thous ands without warning in the times of great epidemics But it ie a mercy thai it we are watchful ws can tell when we are threatened The following are among the symptoms et they do not always necessarily appear in the same order nor are they always the same in different caBes There is a dull and sleepy feeling a bad tastes In the mouth especially in the morning the appetite is changeable sometimes poor and again it seems as though the patient could not eat eno...

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. — 18 November 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. — 18 November 1887

1 Lft I i i I 1 A the romakce of wak the Watch Faibes Than a Fairt Etc Eic fThclUgW ef Translation ia Reserved CHAPTER XXXIII SEQUEL TO THE STORY OKMON1RESSOR Oat of ali this episode of Claire and Montressor we might have woven a long story though apart from our own and piled up the agony as the phrase is bat oar narrative Is not a roma ce The meeting came about thus The veiled equestrienne on the Es planade was as the reader has no doubt surmised Claire who had 6een and rec ognized in an agony of diBmay and love too her husband real or mock she knew not stiil though he knew her not and a painful scene had taken placebetween her and Tady Tremayne whom she had ac companied as a humble friend to India at the villa on the Chowringherroad Kind but blundering Lady Tremayne did not quite understand the story of Claire as the latter in her excitement iclated it and only in so far as she fondly anticipated a reconciliation and reunion of those two by her means She wove up quite a little rom...

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. — 18 November 1887

TCWIN G ° Depart from It gi Not Errors Hade bj Parents and 3 fr to Training a Child M Ir Life Worfe M Bodr the Heart tbe Soul iibe EJacar d and Oared Earth for on t Garette P ts Nov 13The weekly pub r b r Talmag 8 sermons is be < ei Beside tbe Englishspeak 3p including Australia and New ns sermons are regularly trans a r the languages of Germany nJi D nmarkT Norway Sweden in i lsdls 156 The geatiemen having e pnblicition of these sermons that in this country every as ilfiCO 000 copies of the entire ser and abou 4 000000 in nrloted MLmafeineover 17000000 per r arrangement is now be a similar of Dr Tal f Hot the publication SiVrItoy evening tales ctt6j ct of the sermon today was ifpABKSTAL BLUNDERS 18 He 05 tne seat duck ward by the side J v te aad his neck brake and he and heayy iorfi was an old man Jvm jne said 7 the end of a loDg story oi paren Eu W6S a 8 od man Crtct Jud = e two boys Hopnni and u let his > do as they pleased ana through they went to ruin Tne nda getce Scl ia...

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. — 18 November 1887

HI I f 1 tl m r S i U M It is a part of the plan of the Fort Worth Uaion Stock Yards Company to put in a track or tracks to the yards for the joint use of all the railroad companies centering at Fort Worth In fortyfive days the only Panhandle route the Fort Worth and Denver will have reached the state line and in forty five days the StLouis Arkansas and Texas will lie running tTains into Fort Worth Colonel Eobert E Maddcx said yester day I wouldnt be at all surprised to see work begin on the Fort Worth West ern before January 1 and he said it in a way that showed be knew exactly what he was talking about v President Paddock informed a Gj tt representative yesterday that tn Posfe masterGenerai had made the Fort wor and Bio Grande a mail route the orkfer to take effect November 21 after j01tch date Granbury and all intervenins 3ta tions will get their mail matter dally via Fort Worth The Texas and Pacific has in Fort Worth the finest and largest piece of rail road terminal property in...

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. — 25 November 1887

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY THE GAZETTE Tie Paper A IT sTW per Annum I 1TSCES THE IjEAJXENTGr 44 News ad FHA OF ffe have decided to substitute this REDUCTION IN PRICE lor the old pJncf distributing free preml css ict believing it will prove more akfictcry se it will benefit a greater raler TaiB makes e wMch is acknowledged to be the ALSO THE EsMc9 V Clieapest le spaper m PEX iifciiisOilis AH Postmasters are aufhorizeo 1o take Subscriptions fo whom s Libera Discount will foe allowed Iuiespening the price oi The Wzss WGustte it is the determination to im Fits ralue to all classes of readers tat its attractions will be tones BY FAMOUS AUTHORS Talmages SermonB IK eachiesus Woa and Household Deotoi IK EACHIS8USJ staflCorrectlarMBeiiOFti in each issue openings in All Parts of the State IN EACH ISSUE 1155110 and Foreign News b > Telegraph I UIBFI IN EACH ISSUE GENT DISCUSSION OF ALI CURRENT TOPICS SKKLT Gazetts wil1 De made w tsTjConPlete newspaper lor all whe rcPs tiDe or mclinatioAt0 ...

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. — 25 November 1887

t rifa J P ft < 2 ju 1 in 11 iwwmiww i wrv z IIL HiT < Satfttfc PUBLISHB EVERY FRIDAY BY THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY E nbllBh Tii and Proprietors Office of Publication Second St between Houston and Throckmorton Entered at the Fort Worth Texas Postoffice as SecondClass Mail Matter This paper Is fcept on file and advertising rates may toe ascertained at the office of the American Keirspa cr Publishers Association 104 Temple Conrt New York or from lte EASTERN OFFICE 48 Tribune BuildingNao York RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by the Tublisheri Dally One Year 310 00 Six Months 5 50 fireeMonths 3 0C Weekly Ono Year fl 00 Sir Months 60 Three Mentha 40 CUKDiT QAJ5ETXB 1 yr 5150 6 months 5100 IHVABIA3LY III ADVANOS DELIVERED BY CARRIBPS ftrWeek 25centr i nbKcrlbers wishing their address changed from ono postofllca to another must give fhcold address as well as tho new ortho ohanse cannot be mado All Postmasters In tho State are authorized to take subscript...

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. — 25 November 1887

DEM MIDASES t ipe of Millionaires and Some of lis FortunesWhat 100 000000 Means er ami Its Rich Hen How Bpre ntatfre Sjmes and ExSenator HH1 Bve Made Money p flic Sn Francisco Fortunes Which Taken Into Klch 3Iena Be id C P naWhatrhcy ro Worth Cop rl fited JSS7 by the Author i3 tjje age of millionaires and the r d Sfates has as a conntiy more mil 5 t3 m proportion to its population j v 0ther Everyone of our cities has ia or m > ire men who are worth mil J s and wlien we come to larger ones fWiara r is so great as to be unknown today more men worth v irYcrSh88 than it had fifty 3 CC0 each years ego ffho were worth 100000 and the world shows but few in > ory of the 3 of men starling with no hing who fV reaebtd the enormous wealth 825000000 to 100000000 I from on Jay Gould is now said to be worth pit twice this and Vanderbilt died viv v a hfee amount A statis lcian not n trid to give an idea of what l r < > 0 meant It would said l ii taken in silver cover a space of rf srlvf...

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. — 25 November 1887

I kfc 1 I I t Si Watfs this ise se that is CominiJ Win Upon Us Like a thief at night it steals in upon cs unawares The patients have pains about the chest sad sideE and sometimes in the hack They feel dull and sleepy the mouth has a bad taste especially in the morning A sort of sticky slime col lects about the teeth The appetite is r There is a Reeling like a heavy ii23he sensation at the pit of the stom 3fch hich it on the stomach sometimes a faint eyes become tinged with ofRoots or Eev J of thel cure o s not satisfy eyest7rW gen the hands and feet become cold anaclammy After a while a cqagh sets in on hs It is attended with a green colorejLexpectoration toms are in turn present fsthou ROM TEXAS The at first dry but after a The patient feels tired allhe while and sleep dees not seem to afford any rest After a time he becomesnervous irritable and gloomy and has evagtorebodinga There is a giddinejs sorfyat whirling sensa ticn in thaead when rising up suddenly The bowelhecome costivff...

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. — 25 November 1887

j i it EST on n e of CUBES WHE kBest 11 Cough S in tlmai 3T ELSE FAILS gS S xo the outside b ° Jv ° f cgenuine Dr er fifeS Celebrated Liver fa 4 ViJr a Wress plainly writ by return Kwcwi send yo lSOTificentpackage Ch 315B1WC Cards S3ES21 iromatic FLEMING BROS PITTSBURGH PA g 9g8g SPgpIEIC FOR + S8B a Iff Si Loi BJiit SICKNESS fj dunnethe CHANGE OF LZFE great AprftBl be avoided Send for book Hxssasx iiur mailed free Biunnzu > Reodutob Co Atlanta Ga p unx 7 Iftesgood TJso fir Co8L xxt ys BRMGGVST5 s SVlIb EREJS NERVMS HES Sffi WitndeHts Finest catalogue In thenBouu trie AddreuF P REUITT Pees W NTED AS W I Q 3TO0O A 3iuSfS 2S5e iaac wttrMnL I v r c Agents prt ejrca who caniljirnieh litTOB horses Wjb givSjhelr wholfUlme to iS HfcB Sprite nfirtna bcJplSodtsblyA ts o h also tMv fccies ltfJoTtna nnuM Sto IJ F Jsfcs sorTS CofyjSlaih sfVftilcbv > cj3Vi ATTENTIOIN A as Ingrsel oaJEafex Stjsss l x iri the Xgl ale arffASri arsjfraf4 I 8S0N 4t Jd mtiK it43si fes rso > jqL glCKLtjfilKm 0...

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. — 25 November 1887

ii I J I R w < LOYfiS tgjaeja wwwwmHtMMWH AN EVENTFUL STORY N BY JAIHES GBAJfT AurnoR or The romance of Wab The Black Watch Fairer Than a Fairt Etc Etc The Bight of Translation 1b ItcEervedJ CHATTEK XXXV ON THE IRAWADDY The expedition for this purpose con sisted of fully 11000 men ultimately by July increased to 24184 men led by MajorGeneral Dalrymple Prendergast a veteran officer who served in the Persian campaign with Ontraru in the wars of Central India with Lord Slrathnairn was severely wounded in the battles of filun desore and Betwa won the coveted VC had his horse shot under him at Ratghur and was Field Engineer at the Conquest of Abyssinia Among the troops proceeding to Bur mah in this expedition were the Liyerpool regiment old Sth Pool and the Eoyal Welsh Fusiliers commanded respectively by Colonels Andrew Le Messurler a Cri mean veteran and John Tilly who had served with the 23d Fusiliers in the In dian Mutiny and Deen one of the captors of Lucknow These battalions were...

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. — 25 November 1887

do v y Habit as Thy Purse can in Fancy U lF dofrrect not Expressed not Gaudy and Polonaise Street Suits toVCrowns Hats Toques and Turbans BW3io Sngsests Seeking the Qnecn Ji ° the Kitchen Recipes iiad Notes goods ior the winter there dreq3 oSceable regard to richness and ice makes re that them very attractive frrestes a necessity for a change in s is shown by a marked return 5eS rincess and polonaise costumes minutely described in all enow eo Women have learned ionrnals rta ctimate beauty o Lform ana no 87cfcer can be regarded as an artist Elects to bring out beauties or M resl defects Good taste discrim snJin textures and fashions shades fiin are fast learning that dress longer to be a maiter of annual no lament but they are filling to risk Sle of a lit le eccentricity for the r individuality and appropriateness rtvoir attire 3r modern princess is generally be t > and is admirably adapted to the Koecloths which have been intro idthissaaon This dress no longer of the skirt and th...

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. — 25 November 1887

s fi 1 t i cw m 8 K A J Xfir Positivoly Cured by tlieso Littlo Pills ti They also relieve Disj I Erora Spfejepsir j iSeWon Hba jEating feet rerney forTJizzi JS ness IxhJtt gjyDrowsi BadKTaste in the filouth C d neneV ninpe Side TORj igXD I ERV They r le the Bowels prerent oitipationjand Piles TheHl nd easiesj o piL Only one pill a tr y vegetable Price 23 cents 2 ffllTg CO Prcpr Hew 7origs ask 3is WS JH AID C8IIT kThe first day of January is the last day r k f grace for state and county taxpayers to settle up After that date the penal ties aire added The Granite Roofing Company will be xeady for work in a few dnys and another profitable industry giving employment to lfia > i > efip e will be under way Some Port Worth people are becoming interested ia the new process of sorghum sugar making and It would not be sur prising if something were done soon in the direction of establishing a plant of 1 this sort here C C Alien has returned from Chey enne the new Panhandle city located o...

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. — 2 December 1887

h THE UB2AT > IMTGr il News isl Famiiv NEWSPAPER OF HitepiiTf ALSO THE pe iwe decided to substitute tbic REDUCTION lU PBiC t tie old plan of distributing free premi es bj lot believing it will prove mora atislctory as it will benefit a greatei tnier This makes TThlcli is acknowledged to be the if tsi mrs s ka 8 Cheapest Newspaper IN TEKA liiUiisOiiKiete Mil Postmasters are authorized 1o take Subscriptions to whom s liberal Discount will be allowed Is cheapening the price of The Week HGiomt it is ihe determination to tm ftxiu value to all classes of readers t3Ilts attractions will be BY FAMOUS AUTHORS linages INKACHIBSUS a and Houseliom Deptm K EACH ISSUE J taiComctMef Reports INBACHISSUS openings in All Parts of the State 1NEACHISSUK5 25i ° and Foreign Wows b Telegraph 0KACH1S3UE GENT DISCUSSION OF ALI CURRENT TOPICS klr LT Gazete will be made W Pkte newspaper for oil whe X e or toclination to pore ovsi 4 S 1 dsily and tte constant aim be t0 add every nev ut Increases the 5 OF TH...

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. — 2 December 1887

It E ffl P r L 4 f 1 Y W i I i i i < H v 3 L ths S t 5 o iTime 150 XTimes 2 25 i 5 8 7 8 9 ID iiit it itii ii iiii ii iiii ii iiii ii iiii SCO 5 75 4 50 525 5 75 C25 6 75 725 527 00 39 50 5100 62 75 < i > < PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY TUB DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY FnbHshTB and Pruprletois Publication Second Stlctween Houston n Ace of and Throckmorton Entered at the Fort Worth Texas Foslojjice as SecondClass Mail Matter This paper Is fcopt on Ole ana advertising rates may be ascertained at the oQlcc or the American Nerrspjer Pablnbers Association 101 Tomplo Court New York or from lta i3ASTT3Rrf OFFICE 43 Tribune BuildingNew York SATES C SUBSCRIPTS TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Pottage Prepaid by the Pilishcrs Dally Weekly Jae Year J10 00 Oae Tear 51 00 SlrKonihs 5 50 Six Months CO Sbree Months 2 00 Threo Montfae 40 30MDAY Gazette 1 yr 5150 6 months 5100 INVARIABLY TK ADVAMOR DELIVERED BY CARRIERS rarWttek 25 cent SS = Snbierlbera wiBhlng their address eianged from one postoffice to...

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. — 2 December 1887

5 0g coimn late Ball Dresses Black Silk flumes Suitable for all Occa all Seasons i2i sions and Versus Bonnets The Common trie of Weario t iat Which k is the alnst Btcomlag cionsta Lractiac aadQaeeaMab pS Woid jconomleaOax Wecfcly aoS 5otc8 ntlKooJpfla Ij032g ° p ojrl pirouetting Tajor Is not vexing her Bhrth i l These uauua u ktiJlrJ Pointed at the end U y a tassel of braids T t ° i the lace is so feeatl Bess comcs before her soul much Gecqae Directoire me e sea gj any other save what is most oe nd II when tae holiday fes ivi 6He can beguile p3pa end j lnto getting her something per l lovely that she saw at B Co Seed the fall fabrics this season are older heads than those of to turn debutantes As the gossamer materials slip through the snd fall in light folds one is wd to beiitve the mythologic fable Sine and that the web which tbc jealousy of Minerva must r3i d veritable fabric of which these are mvivsl So fairy like is the texture scarcely possible that u seems is enough of substa...

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. — 2 December 1887

If H I dWS i N HOW J3017E DIG OUR RAYES We must eat or we cannot live This wall know Bat do we all know that we die by eating It is said we dig oar graves with our teeth How foolish this sounds Yet it is fearfully true We are terrified at the approach of the cholera and yellow fever yet there ia a disease constantly at our doors and In our nouses farmore dangerous and destruct ive Most people have in their own stomachs a poison more slow hut quite as fatal as the germs of those maladies which sweep men into eternity by thous ands without warning in the times of great epidemics But it is a mercy that v morning the moat ci if we are watchful we can sro threateld y sense of a loadf Sometimes it is tre l tell when we The following are among the sysiptoms yet they do not al m cjfsarily Appear in the ssme oM nor are they always tiLsame in different cases There is dull and Eleep feeling a bad taste IttVthe moutfii especially ap yi in the Inite is changeable sometimes poor an again it seems...

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. — 2 December 1887

I H in c > w Pills 3 SfVcounterfeits h fe Ma ffjjffiU i KE arc prepared only bj HOMING BROS cents PITTSBURGH PA 22UiaI ROULATOB tmHr3 NosJcor mailed free fct find t t Co Atlanta G catalogue in the Bouth t glM p PRstyr Run fflfcuredathrfft with the jktpita BejpWrpar > hich 5 iaras T tcrusSfe tariff 1 B WSaSonLEtf MT Office6S Whitehall St PR rnPR op A THE Jonx F SWaY l irtv f iPrfc T rTiut 0 RAILW Nov 23 IS Instatfi idler lisai cure In a B few tijrys and ncjeir returns noj3 venrt5ju BlU ryyRenied mall J rnO tCannon betore J N 3IT John F WAtm Ccrfe Tnrr > at p ffix T Slfe efore Jan5 H cf thp ce Precinct Jfe i ci ifif ith d of Novcricr M LciaPt ca4ldbran fi u K abq 4 yei lfeld x hca Pc Iaed > g 3rBo Directors a special S TOtfbolderB of the Port Worth Q of T Sfii 1b hereby r L ganfzaTonoF eYM Ptoses as mtf amany prtjperly W W H LA REKdE v lrst Vlco Preslgwnt pECAN CULTURE ° Ple ot Browa County H ade TWs Ytar Aadrewi s has lately returned lawn the neighborhood of gfc is enthus...

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. — 2 December 1887

1Jt 1 Jt JtW Cfc i hi 1 lo > a 8t < 1 1O 1b fi S b tt if a 1 1 1 i fc 3 4 1 M f ti II M M j i 1 ft if fc V LOYES LABOI Wfll AN EVENTFUL STORY BY JAMES GrK AJTX ATJIHOB OF Tins R03IVKCE OP WAK black Watch Faireu Than a Faiby Etc Etc The fine Bight of Translation Is Reserved CHAPTER XXXIX A DISCOVERY Now when Unle Grimshaw thought he lad got matters just as he wished them to be and that he held and hoped to play a winning card it chinced that on the very day after Melanie had permitted him to wring from her the epecies of halfprom ise an unforeseen event occurred The dispatchbox had been brought as usual a little before breakfast time from the village postoffice and placed in the hands of Mr Grimshaw who alone pos sessed the key thereof The Indian mail was due but poor Melanie despite what she had said on the preceding day when tortured by her un cles taunts having ceased to hope for letters seemed to take no interest in its appearance but busied her self with the coffee equipag...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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