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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 23 April 1891

THE TEXAS GIRL rrQVlS Homesick in New York d Writes About Prairies AN CPN AIR AMUSEMENT ii imib u fcUa Master Dressed a la I I n isucKMifr i onies rlii Teiasltlder and tuo n lit InBlWimaii NEW YoilK April 15 of the Gazette - th month of May - uly up tiii way or oven a hasty kiss i tmid or ui arch and aiag us lor das to influence quite plainly i the light of the - and captivating hats a masses and i n th millinery stores regular gardens of o in the parks and l u show color hang- ud seeming to blush their leaves These Pliryne of the Soutli fuiden heart so gentle iiiirihe secret ol his i by ami loading the ami prodigal per- iml formal Japanese oddlv shaped pink hung like candelbni and looking as if they off a rice paper fan or Prairies i the prairies of West i pastures are one r You would not think i that a prairie could his a thing Along - aud in every bit of i nv are clustering and - 1 pale pink deep rose ire white while the i falls on whole slopes i res of clear daffodil 1 the very ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 23 April 1891

lit I II 4 Il4 YA 1 i M jim ifTfV9FTjmifi DRS BETTS BETTS PHYSICIANS SDEGEONS MDSPECIALISTS 1005 MAIN STREET 3Dallas Texas few tgl Thp ttkst vvui v ana 1V jrabrifcknown ri si Dthol ediiuiessh i rii i rrirrKoio sl3U acdllnivi Hflcng I- id in- rnnint and Btee oJerv ous nun snrinial L t aeiHtHPs trese cm i vsicuns to the confidence of the aK icted 1 p jtrhe eTfihPt yuafrtnK 1 0EJTAZf2iADrOslTrvE CXltK for the iiwfulffPCtf eurJJ h e and the numerous ex uatloliofti itirai IV ATE lirmQt5Nll SKIN DISEASES fcjjeed v mp etrrVat p iimiti ntiv cm d O s DEHItlTY AND SEXUAL DIS 1 lUlS yieh re5il to their skillful ril s IlSTtMbA AND RECTAL ULCEUS I ai rd curejv wthont pain or detention u isbe h YniOpKLEviND YARiOCELE pcrma r 01 andiiUHessfu1 ru i in every cast svphiOS6i0Nikiia gleet Sper jiLr irrhea seminal Lost Manhood Klrt Knhisioa iv- ated Iaculties IVmal t enycsajid ajl d it disorders peculiar to ncriea pcitiijTi it t ured as well as all Iijprdpft iht r from youthful follies ni ie exfass ni m...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 23 April 1891

text book bill PASSED BY THE e RE VENTY FIRST LEGISLATURE r cp in the Public Tree jrnil - i 1j Cxt liooks rMtetloioltlieAct 1 an act to empower Iji ation to procure for 6 nools of he state f i books definine the rnirs therein named o making iiinc certain misde Jnuitics for the viola- as of this act and de- 1 bv the legislature of hat the state board of i v thtbe state Lslruction shall con- -- purpose of adopting text books for the use mi s of this state and 1 e of executing the said board is hereby - t and adopt a t boolts for the iM d said series oung branches of ir reading Figlish arithmetic the d hygiene and his- and a graded so- Irovideil nothing i or sectarian char- i ii in said books lelnpted shall be at - as to subject - of biiidni books now in use in s of this state iiil shall immediately l is act advertise for - ih manner as they the desired ul place to be fixed by ijiTlhau two months iiun thereof said il proposals as shcrs of school text iwii to the schools i atrencies est...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 23 April 1891

The in A i ABSOIVTECtf TORE HIGH HANDED Portuguese Authorities Anxious for a Fight TYRANNY IN SOUTH AFRICA The Portuguese Fire on Two English Vessels British Settlers Preparing for War Ihrro ThtJUind Hlirnvs Ixpollrd From llus Ia MiaineikliiN Conlf snioii of AaftKt Iho Czar bamlua Ildgo Captured Heady to Tight Jorlucal 5pciil to the Jazette LosDus April 20 Advices from Cape puiii confirm the statement previously that the British settlers in and Mauicalund an everywhere pre wiring for a fight with the Portuguese i gunliama has sent messages Icgiancc to Portugal and asking to b n under the protection of the British f Tinnent The chief is said to be deeply pr i Aqfd pt the abduction by tho Portuguese D tuo of her sons and one daughter it- liontagos The sons were taken to j Tt ugal ii be educated and the daughter 1 d tained at Motambique ungmiham v frightened into submission at lirst hut a I U itisli trader has informed him that the JvitugucMj would not dare 1o injuru the lihvn and now ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 23 April 1891

By c I T fi is 4 it 2f A Wit CONTINUED i w that tlio case was t great There was uno of Israel Kafkas i his face Nor did the s cm altogether te Muravains breed- i r hud no time aim but b ame himself for the i in disclosing to the i e nature of tho scene v in the cemetery and t qecccs of that unoxpectfd did not - r 1 Kafkas nature was tMSsionate and at tho nVrng in certain r Jsts can bo He could i time faithfully with- ijld have suffered in - ji er scorn pity or ca- before now resigned keeping of a passion a- it enslaved all his - but which liad some- i i uiuch as it iitted him Hli sacrillce au brought the several ictory element of his pon one point He had iit moment that it was i to love him that her if him was not the re ii a lived plan of her ii of which she would i or insult that ii was the lowest deg- i uud nevertheless not jid hnallv that the in- shame lay in her de- this must in all - mi death also At the it there was something ilon he was about to L accorded 11 ell with - of a...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 23 April 1891

N a -- t 10 AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT J P STKLLK ilITOIt Publishers Notice AU communications intended for tbis department should be addressed tolHOF J I Steu K Tort Worth Tex 1IOTII SIU1 ON HOKTICULTUIiK I2ach region of country on the face of the globe may bo said to have its -for and its against with reference to every thing in it and of course Texas could not be expected to present any exception to prevailing rule The only means left us therefore for deciding uioii the standing or importance of any particular thinu in Texas or anywhere else as to that matter is to sum up the for and ihe against in the case or in other words the force that foster and the forces that hnder and then strike off a balance sneet showing at a glance which side has the best of it The initial report of the Texas state horlicullural society has a paper from -Mr i W CKirpatrick of McKinney handling this matter on the plan suggested and taking for his subject jreneral horti i ulturci in Texas leading off with t...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 23 April 1891

m lLf Gael monili at such hour decide on until the ship- joes or melons shall begin P - cvcrv Saturday after- it miv and upon the i c vo members shall call at other times 11 llllE vji t - Oiu -hill l efua to abide by - iiMK nition or who shall to pay is dues shall this association tn i of ill privileges and j n out no member i v due notice shall iie charges brought - rni by the association Ttv isurtT upon war- - rvUtry and approved nr upon bills nt and attested by the i r is may be altered -1 ny reenter meet- a hi rds of the members i such amendment - tn shall have been - ji a previous meet- r miss previous meeting committees manager i uins as a most of such an Kilii IOTATOKS nt CAUTTBan inquiry fir Killer sweet I I am wiH ac- ainly and also know Kiisidfrable extent i i My know wlio has i nut would suggest - point might be had It Locke St r W F Pixixr Vug about bavins sent i iuos but by the same v f nun the same party - ine nigger killers nt in hoc l t uiedv for mango in mi uu ilv a...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 23 April 1891

i i a 4 I 1 13 Ta niFS1 ffFPARTWI F NT LniJaLu ULV nil I Bliil 1 1 EDITED 11Y MKS 31 It WlTOS PuriisnER s Notice All communications intended for this department should be addressed to Mrs M If Walton Fort Worth 1 ex I slept and dreamed that life was beauty I ioke and found that life was duty Was my dream thenan empty lie Toll on sad heart courageously And thou shalt llnd thy dream shall be A tioonday light and truth lo thee Lv CY HOOPER in itiur There seems to bo an excess of the mate- riahstie in the past decade It miijht be well if some ol the women vvho are making themselves conspicuous in the lecture field would give place to others in different lines While there is an abundance of lcc tirins on sanitation drainage and philan thropy there are almost no female lecturers upon art and literature If women lecture for the purpose of licneliting women a slijrht artistic impulse would not be detri mental to real progress to inspire the in Mcct and stimulate the imagination is noble wor...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

3 i t V iVJrT - sy - - TH Cobt of the State Govern- rnent fo Next Two Years 2s AND 22d LEGISLATURES cp j mTits Concerning the Present AuTim stration Corrected it uf the Reductions In Tain It is i il There VV ill He a -surplus ijToo OOO in the Mate Trca urj on March 1 1803 a p tc z Apnl 25 Now that the 1 as become a law it will 1 res ing to thu readers of kno - how much the stato - o cost for the next two YSi amounts and what re- - imricns by the Twenty- J i v difffrjrrom those made legislature i i ous for the two years end- ISl and March 1 1S93 are as Tirst Year Sec Yar i J 3JA t 2SW t sysa er10 i nt iO 2617 i 60 -JO K SSO c i v i ao - PKe IS 310 14 945 -e 51 710 LJT10 11 iUCO Kuro 594T0 63 7T0 r 0 200U0 I UJJ Is pp as 21 ViO 21 tn j SI Ml 21 10 61SW5 613 tM on 51CX 21000 and r 23 r1 214S4 P Tl VO 71 ItO IS III 4 IKO 2WOU 2ft 012 Mistin H1UM 11 710 ib vNorth ICO 599 133S20 in outh 73 465 42 TO t Cli o 4 ktO n is him 75813 47bi3 i lis lum 20 102 1G 200 r 24 05 17 7o racnt 74 it 4r 10...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

M i t a V I It I J 13 a i j M I vm FORT WORTH WEEKLY GAZETTE rUIUJSHED TVKltY THURSDAY BV THE DEMOCRAT rCtSLlsiMJfO C03IPAXT Publishers ami Proprietors The jetties at the mouth of the Brazos will be completed in ninety daya and the promise now is of a deep water port by the first day of August next In working for Fort Worth dont loso sight of the fact that to settle Tarrant county is to build up Fort Worth The tig pastures mustgo The small farmer is needed As The Gazettes Austin corre spondent telegraphed in the early days of the month the Texas Alliance will not form a third party but go to the Democratic primaries The railroads are beginningto allude to Tor Worth as the railroad center of the state in point of facilities location I and advantages Thcrs will be more to result from this location than at i present appears I The reapportionment of Texas wn the neM state election is an a t of simple justice and one that I tit nult should demand Tin work fin t performed at a special ses...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

tvl t r a -- e- - TEXAS TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER -onuses a bountiful crop in all r i season is favorable beyond an fj n mg operations and all a a ic id crop year The pro- f ats wi J short a v fhesmallamount planted I- a large increase in the i iMncle Thero is fabu fl and making i grapes a u nf twenty acres will pay on the laud valued as y i r uc c The grape is a r This of course in P ui i one undertaking the s i nn Northwest Texas are 9 i In need this season P - - of -mall grain and corn - oi i rtul - The experience of i nl disabuse the minds -- idea that if they make j it There seems to be a j throughout tho entire o sullinp in St Louis usual price is not mora - o are urged to malo tier tho sun shines or - are such that the de- pace with if not ahead of armors are fairly well up Corn is nearly all up to j o frost killed some Irish utlon planted yet closed Abilene has v i in Just - cn thousand bales of i itions are that she will l t tic usand to lifteen thou- im There will De over ui...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

1 r K I VjTfi vYzm 4 FOB WORTH WEEE GSZETTE ruuLisiiED Evinr Thursday bt Tin DEMOCRAT VUIILISIIING COarTANT Pibllshers and Proprietors Oflicai Corner Fifth 3nd Rusk Street FORT WORTH tukjis or suusciiipriox BT MAII n ADVANCE POSTAGE I ID rally and Sunday one year tlO 00 Daiv and Sunday sir months b M Mondav Wednesday and Friday 5 00 The Sunday Gazetie I0 to 24 pages 1 yr 2 CO The U cckly Gazette lScipcs one year I 03 Uj carrier in the city and suburbs 25 cccU a cek or il per ruuntb INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give PcstoSlce Address in full including County and Stale lf addrpss is to be changed rive old address as wrll as new The Gazette will be pent only for the time for uiach remittance is made rosTAGi Entered at the Postottee in Tort IVortli Tcr as Second Class Matter Vnr he benefit of our patrons who desire to err Miijle lopis of THE Gazette through ti r a we give acreiwlh the transient rate of potu0e Torelgn and Domrstio Per Copy F pv and tucne pare paper 1 cent bjicn and twenty...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

jjgjjON IN STONES Talmage Preaches in Dr Rev Brooklyn Tabernacle HIS t tu I - thf CJSf EVENINGS DISCOURSE j ctjrc Ddic3ld at the Morning ln eng Union Meeting Ltcn to Kadi of tl10 1 IVPC juTUr Thnjnilt ivcrc Tamed v hat Mean Yo J These ACtoB tle fcvenlus Icxt D Pennon of Hcv T lr the Xeiv Brooklyn i ton aeiuis this evening I dedicated in tho pf it Union meeting f ju dcnoipinaioiis ui eu was held in the vi nervous were iMi os and many thou- i Text What 1 1 Joshua iv J me Mississippi has - ie J d fiats on the other i - imore shadows it i vi ww dips into it It u i waist deep in i li it b tinthemonths ie snows on Mount how nown into the i Joidm overflows its -we deep rasing and i t - s isoi of tlia year I r i w armed men com- i You say why n r the rise of tho 1 fo 1 Ah my friends - lfetoeoanmnd uhen i i ahead The Israel- J jut d foity years and - ii I do not Iniow how i iiren but I have al- i ui ulien I went around t in west nrAP i die Jordan a rasing si nw water just come n mim top and ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

UA IH If I u i j hi n 1 14 11 m i a 3iisajuiaiKitiS ALLIANCE MEN Third Days Proceedings of the Waco Convention NO THIRD PARTY PREDICTED The Demands of the Order Explained by Gen Stockhouse of South Carolina Reforms Contemplated Dependent on Kd ncitional Influences The Figure the Alliance Will Cut Po litically In 1893 SO TniKD P4RTT PBEDICTED Special to the Gazette Waco Trx April 23 A Gazette re porter hid an interview with Hon E S Peters district lecturer from Calvert and In reply to this question What is jour opinion of the sul treasury plan is it a pood thing for tho masses said I think the sub trcisurv plan as explained bj Ma cune m his speech would be one of the best things for tho whole country at large bai ers business agriculturalists and tho laboring lasses I think it will become a vir important factor in politics overshad ow nr ill others in 92 What are the demands of the Alliance 1 think theie will oe no tl ml party in Texas as the demands of the Alliance will be engrafted...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

T I r - c T 1 I - o Si e - th -- JO tV Z clJ Tjvsir vsirvK rfi - - Call You Cbcm 31 irx3 aai siBlET l off C5 j 1B jj uaA plural I appear fa il r mi jl and bcaa u wontrwis tact nny mlddie s left theres nothing t a- bad est off A touodinj sea Jr lailctitoff A flowinz river r j a depth I f ocrless play a Ja ssanue yet mule forovor - em in tlJ9 Opon Fire lrfi went to visit her e country Meny things but 1 j ult jiu mere wis nntmng a much ica the blazing - jp3 fireilnce One even- uo or mto th glowing em o 1 r playfully Hiked her 1 a as fire Ssid she lean rtr gallant yourvj men a yyliral of a kttul of tree mentis to publish -ad x i have seen papa do u you can find thesj things GeosrrapUIc Puzzle m who is a perfect river 1 i cat a w lioe i Ana with iroat relish i oivs a enpo in South rtsa rape in Afma of say- ilaiul to the country tti mite where she now i 1 rjt an river in Africa it a country in Africa 1 iT htI nil sect south y i 1 Mt of CJimo r A 1alimtrome i 1 sentence that reads v a d in...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

1 8 I - with wfitrand M - W jStM jrfiriiest ot2fabLeaTeaiBg ft- JR jSEvufs 4pPI ABSOUUTEl DENVER DESPERATE Deadly Poison Floating Around in the Air She Breathes SEVERAL MYSTERIOUS DEATHS Objectional Persons to Some Being Put Out of the Way But by Whom All tli Detective Agencies at Work In cluding the 1inkertons and Unlim ited Cnpltal Is Guaranteed In FerreUfcg Oat the Demon Special to the Gazette Denver Col April 27 Lucretia Bor gias posterity would seem to have taken possession of this city Poison appears to tie In the very air and hundreds of people who are only slightly ill handle the potions given thoin gingerly The local papers have announced so many deaths caused by the subtle fluid thatscoio of men aud women who if they were in thu possession of their full faculties would scorn an impure motive in their own illness now shake their heads and drive their phy bicians ALMOST TO DESPAIR It i authoritatively stated that seven people have died in this city within a few days by means...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

5Sjiit5P THE WITCH OF PRAGUE A FeLrrtELStio Tale F MARION CRAWFORD Author of MR ISAACS DR CLAU DIUS A ROMAN SINGER Etc Copyrighted 1S51 by the Author r win Continued - there was therefore com- ii in row she would see him int of complete despair n she received that tix and as she thought of it ltsoutc stillness of her rmns of the stromprew dimensions of t future a a seafarer when his ilt calm of tlie oily harbor fdulously of the danger for tie auxietyhe i at on the morrow lie will icrain thouph the wind - T cry In Uuorna the as stronir as ever In a- wreck of her pride floated i n distance but he turned r it was no lonjrer a part rnir of her humiliation i d to taunt her with her - smiled at the thought -ii remember it lie lived 1 i should yet be hers As - incsa began to disappear - 1itand rest her determi ner power was not all i morrow she would see - miirbt still fix her eyes on j irtrdcd moment cast him p She remembered that a m the old cemetery She lit iy it had been for the Beatri...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

II 1 10 J V STEIIK EDITOK lerbena which grows in large patches on lie prairie indeed everywhere and will i intinup in bloom until tbe appearance of fnst A little later and the red flowers will be succeeded by yellow flowers or a ilcpcr or more golden hue as that of tho sunflower for instance And lursoolh the sunflower itself is here in its i illions as a wild plant being as tall as i isi uuus and as attractive as any of the Hivated varieties It comes into bloom bout the last of Tune and continues in tt wer to the end of the season With the - iKt yellow flowers will come many iininent white red blue and purple About the firs of luly some of irM purple species will be so plentiful in 1111 1 portions of the state as to impart a purplish tint to the landscape over many miles in extent There will also be divers beautiful foiiage plants not a few having heir attractions in habit of growth with and peculiar leaves while tbe df others will rest in the color of v Mingo some being sharply mar...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

t S H Hi i v In- - - TA NO THIRD PARTY a Resolution Adopted Killing thP Third Party Move GOV fl T jv HOSS FOR THE SENATE r Steering Committee Pleased Rsul of the Convention IV iur Kill Will be the li aue in Kiu lie Newspaper Ueport Mli rtorv lThej Might He I utile Seioil A i - - As was announced Mie delegation held an 1 1 this forenoon and it is u trf si authority that there of important tscd one of which was r ti Hip third party move f the most prominent it hesitate to say that t of the sub trctisury 11 tant factor in the W and that the would- h nsve to come out on I aim for the - to heal all the sores i are suffering from t - and other questions te greatest political Vr of a century sion adjourned till 2 tbo VeH imjier I in executive scs tw i nnference adopted I i the annual con- A iMiiccof Texas now it Waco has opencl in its discussion of the public and has lif irtisan newspaper - attended said meet c ai was supposed by it faith of giving a ruiiiit of the proceed du el ings and a...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Worth gazette. — 30 April 1891

m in i H i n t3 4 Jft a IS jm 12 LADIES DEPARTMENT KDITEI Br JWKS 31- K WALTOX PcnusRERs Notice All caramunicatious intended far this department should be addressed I M K MjUicv Fort Worth T x A jouns maidens heart Is a rich Foil wherein lie many gems Hid by the cunning hand or Xature there To put form blossoms in their fittest season And though the love of home lint breaks the toil With it embracing tendril clasping it Other atTcctlons strong and aim will prow While that one fade- as hummers lu h of olcom Succeeds the pcntle bedding of 11 Maids must h wives and mothers to lultill The entire anil holiest end of womans being FllANCFS ANE KEUBU IJCTtEK HKAKTII TEXMSn In a recent trial in England when the husband was held for abducting his wife his counsel quoted from Ijord Mansfield a celebrated English jurist of the Eighteenth century as follows A husband has power and dominion over his wife and may keep her by force within the bounds of her duty and may beat her bil not in a violent...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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