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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 23 December 1887

WAR Till Kaiser Wilhelm and His Generals Re view the Military SituationAus tria Guided by Von Frioltke TIis Enemies ol Iff Wilson Will Try to Force Him to Resign His Seat in Ibo Chamber of Deputies AnbcrMo Who Attempted to Assassinate Ferr7 Is Attacxeft with Dementia in Oourt and Is Carried Ont Germany The statements which were sent to Vienna have stung the war office there into night and day activity No news is permitted to transpire regarding mili tary movements but it Is knownjgthat the railways in the direction of Crackow Iravslsr Lemberg and Perzmysi Junction re overworked by traffic in men and war materials Major Deines military at tache at the German legation in Vienn3 spends hours daily at the war office in consultation with the chiefs of the de pigments All measures that are decided upon are COMMUNICATED TO THE BERLIN AUTHORI TIES through Major Deines and the inspira tion of Count Von Moltke is supposed to guide the Austrian preparations To morrows council will be attended ...

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. — 23 December 1887

i WW is this Dise se that is Coming Upon it steals in as L fee a thief ftt night upon Bnswares The patients have pains about the chest and sides and sometimes in the back They feel dull and sleepy the mouth has a bad taste especially in the moramg hza thli forais A sortol sticky slirae col lects about the teeth poor There is a feelin load on the stomach The appetite is have Ttt m like a heavy sometimes a faint allcone sensation at the pit of the stoin xch which food does not satisfy The eyes are sunken the hands and feet tecoiae cold and clammy After a while a cough Bets in at first dry but after a few months it is attended with a green iBh1 coloredexpectoration The patien feels tired all the while and sleep does not seem to afford any rest After a time he becomes nervous irritable and gloomy and has evil forebodings There Is a giddiness 1 a sort of whirling sensa tion in the hea < when rising up suddenly The bowels begpme costive the skin is dry andhotsimes the blood becomes ikt...

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. — 23 December 1887

S > jy etafvfddrfisa a Notice p > OyFIOK OX THE Fokt Worth Western Railway > Four Woiith Tkx 2f v 25 IS 7 > Uv order of tuts Ijtyardtf jr Directors a special tucetlngof tho stockholders of the Fort Vcrth Wcrtcrn Rilhvay Cagnpftn of Texas Is hereby railed to meet at tbercAce of the conn any In the city of Fort Wott hFriday the 30th day of Decern > er l y f 10 cl ° c a m for the purpose of the j orfeanlza ii of eaid company and for such pt er purpoaoa qs may properly come before said meeting W W W H Tja ekkci First Vlcerresldent University of Virginia The 4th Sep lon br OiJt ist 1S87 and will eonluue nit e nionth5rOi tluderR can enter ut any time and af pij TiH l t 1SSS rednstlon of on nird o v K a l pT > nsh lnsrncllon In Llterarj S8iflc and Professional Depart mmt Inoudlhyt Lftw ilcdicioe riiarmacy En jinefrin urdiBrlcntUt Vor c a otwif m > lVtj0 V S TEVABLKapiftlnnan of Fncultj r o ONivisc riY ok va v a Remodj Best Easiest to fscfid Whiskey Halu itn cured at ho...

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. — 23 December 1887

15 r V 1 A ft fir B 3 cr fsowriiisr publisusd LABOI > fci AN EVENTFUL STOJrf r23 Y JA3IES GKRAIST AurnoK of The EbarAxcE of Wau Tiie BLACK WATCH FATHER THAN A Faiev Etc Etc The Bight of Translation Is Reserved CSArTER XLVII THE It V F REGIMENT This secession ol company filled DicK Tvith some consternation and dismay Unused cs yet to any discipline end undeterred by the presence or authority oi Sergeant Hawksley the recruits were noisy and as rough and brutal in manner and language as any street Arabs could well be and like too much of the material that now swell our ranks they were not from the agricultural districts but from the recesses of London that city of the slums and in their dilapi dated attire like their general aspect betokened an early struggle with work crime and misery Dick was instantly eyed over as s victim to fleece or torment in some fashion but to sundry unmistakable hints as to how glad they would drink his jolly good ealtb be to he could anake no response How...

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. — 23 December 1887

LADIES C Tsl Schoolgirl Reminiscences and Holiday Anticipations from ths Pen of a jf Chatty Correspsndent Xfrnte BaEcripUan of Toilets forSIira icg Noon and Night Cameos and Citrals f jr VTlnier Ueamtes Hospitality tho Kale Good Chsor the in caiitlv riult Cake Made ESosC Ezcollantly Motes Keclpea Dear Wikifrkd Cnsn es have come lo both cf us since as happy girl grad uates we parted each to go out into a world o our own That for five years we have remembered our mutual pledges of undying friendship is confirmation strong as holy writ that our attachment 7ss deeper than that usually found among school girls and you can well imagine ray great disappointment when yourletter came in which you write that your duties will prevent your accepting my invitation to spend the holidays with us Can noth ing tempt you from the manse Surely the Rev Mr El ward could spare you for 1 week I have no doubt of the popular ity of the ministers wife and the many attractions of your rural home but we should...

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. — 23 December 1887

h < i fflfJ p X V 8 1bjtf8ttlUtely Pure = TMislpirfaler never varies A marvel of pur ify etrengwv and whoiesomeness More econ tamloal tha Che ordinary kinds and can not be w a sold in competition with the multitude of low SSjtest shorpWeight alum or phosphate powders Tfr jftfTcmnx UOXXh BAKING FOWBEK Oo 365 TTsUfstreet N Y ilouth Coated PID EITER be Positively Cured bj th se Uttlo Ijlls Tfaey also rEBve DisI trees from IrysfcgS8E Indigestion asd Tdc Hearty tlng Jper fecfc re refe fotiIaeiP oess tfasea Dro rsil nces B d Henry Henning Tonguej xWniam They < egxiiaio aste In the eSidoTORF the BoTvelsE and prareil CoEsttpatloa and Pil s Thefc dsaHssfc axd tegcgt to ts o Only one pill af > < 4p5e 1 < y vejpSJro Price 5 cants CHra CO Prcprs Hbt TcxiJ Off 11 coin iV Mr Wiley Moore manager of Dull BrTas cattle in LsSalle county came b6 to Fort Worth yesterday and was pounced upon by a reporter for an ac count of the Drogress of prickly pear feeding in the neighborhood in which...

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. — 30 December 1887

N THE GAZETTE t > 2 w > m fort DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY jjPex Anmnorrri SPECIE te TELES X ADINGr fled ins odO Faoiib uss OF bi Evaiyood E We have decided to substitute ihit REDUCTION IN PRICE or the old plan of distributing free premi ums by lot believing It will prove more wtisfactory as It will benefit a greatei number This makea which i3 acknowledged to be the S < SSI ET3H ALSO THE Cheapest Newspaper 5 IN T JE ZSZ A S BBiDer If Is Only 1 a Veer Af Posimasfors are authorizes 5 fo fake Subscriptions fo whom 8 Libera Discount will be aKewod In cheapening the price of Thk Week ly Gazette it is the determination to im prove its value to all classes of readera Among its attractions will be a iffi BY FAMOUS AUTHORS Talmages Sermons Dsmssfio LXBACHISSTJU FSSlllOQ BRfl HouseliQld Dopl IN EACHISSUS Complete aitoclMelReprii Happenings inzachissus in All Tarts of thr State INKACHIESUSJ and Foreign News fey Telegraph m each issue INTELLIGENT DISCUSSION OF AL1 CURRENT TOPICS Thk Wz...

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. — 30 December 1887

1 Prctupt information of events and ntrcs happen 9S 03 fc A Si s A > < Wkzjln < Ssii PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BT THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Pnblishnre ntl ProprJetois PublicationSecond St between Houston ce of Throckrorton 2nd Pntercd at the Fori Worth Texas PostoJTtcc as ndaassMail Matter Thin caper la fcept on file and Advertising iTnfr be ascertained at the oucc ot tho incrlcu sew cr Publishers WlJtflon Temple Court New York or faqra its KSiSeTLIEjRItf OFFICE jS iTrfttins BuiIditgNera York WAJSXjEIXGXOjV OJTJPICJ3 Ron ° J 1424 New York Avenue IT SPOFFORD Correspondent JPSLZV3RBD BY CARRIERS Par Yvfiek 25 cents t ab2cribfirft wishing their address flanged irom one postoflice to another must Elvefheold address as well an tho now or the caange cannot bs made All Fostmastcrs In the State are authorized to Uko subscriptions to The Gazette LEBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Sample copies cent on application Sanlttancez by draft postages money order or a registered letUr at ritk of...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 30 December 1887

I f y pfrr a g When the Day Was First Celebrated How It Was Made a Fixed Fes tivalDate of Christs Birth Unknown Xany of Gnr Sports and Games Trace able to Heathen Origin Sift Giv ing Comes from the Romans The Btltlsh Druids Contribute Decoration Oar Santa CI ana and Christmas Tree Gonie from Germany It is now 1789 years since the birth of the Saviour of msnkindjwas celebrated for the first time after that glorious morning 1887 years ago when in a rode stable in Bethlehem of Judea a babe was born whom kings and wise men fell down be fore and worshiped Christmas was flrstkept as a holiday A D 98 Its name was derived from Christ and the Saxon masse or mass and the two words were combined to denote a special service in honor of the birth of the Son of God For the first three centuries Christmas was one of the most movable of all re ligious festivals The exact date of the Saviours nativity was very uncertain and the Eastern church observed the 6Jh of January as the anniversary of both Hi...

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. — 30 December 1887

tap 1 i t ifVJ ft Is r r 5ys > i a dull and taste in the morning the sticky slime about Jjhe hands and feet irritable temper up and costive tractive magnet t > i TUfDOflMflDBfiBAYIS We must eat cr we cannoti live This we all know Bat do we all know that we die by eating It is ssid kg dig our graves with tffcr teeth How foolish this sounds YetiWs fearfully 1 rue We are terrified at tbMpprcach of the cholera ad yejow teWtt jet thdre is a disease daltHtly alwbur doors and in our hofiirisr 2 5ie dangerma snd destruct ive SfeWi > eople have in their own a jUkl as the gerais of those maladies J h sii hnien intdSeternity by thcus ands MtM warnifi In the times of great epidemics Bat it i3 a mercy that if we arc watchful we can tell when we aTe threesed among the symptoms always necesifcrily appear same the samein difpgpt The following ftie yet they do not 4s M StiMheJeople becai they are tired A Pil ters Old slave records In the shape of jUls olsalefsnpw that Maria Steel colijgjd w...

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. — 30 December 1887

> t t + BABYS SKIN AND SCALP Cleansed Purified and Beautified by Cutiouri Remedies Last November ray little boy aged three years fell againetlhe stove while ho was run ning and cat his h ead and light afer that ho broke out all over hi head face and left ear I had a good doctorDr to attend him bat ho got worso and the doctor could tot cure Mm His whole bead face and left ear were In a fearful Btate and he suffered torrlby I caught the disease frum him and lt spread all over my face an1 neck and even got Into my eycB Nobody thought we ould ever get bet ter I felt sure w < were disfiscred for life I heard of the Coticuka J bjiedies and pro red a b trle of ConcujrA Hksolvent abox t tracuRA and a catfof CDTipoiu Soap aSfenewi them constwfcly lay andTilaht Alter uerf twoAotil sofJfE soLyENTfottr baxes of CuTi p afedfoa kcr ot SoAPgce are per fectly cfecd irlta a scar Mv biwv6 skin Is If I nowllke ifln LILLIE BATING n Muasic QiUthcrs a Orl CHQCESTVrti d Streer JerseyJQliv N J Sworn ...

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. — 30 December 1887

H 3 1 II M > i a i 1i 14U cf s H asw FHOwriBsr published IMS LABOUR WON AN EV3SNTFUL STOItf BY JAMES GRANT auisobof tne eomakce ofwab the black watcn fairee than a Faibt Etc Etc The Eight of Translation la Reserved CHAPTER XUI THE WANDERER Crossing the open space which he knew to be if field he vaulted over a low boundary well followed closely by his dog now barking wildly and joyously with a full sense of freedom and found himself In a roadway which led off right and left he knew not to where nor ared so that in either direction he got away from bis present perilous locality Chancing it he hurried on a little to the left and then with a caution beyond his years paused and listened intently to learn whether his escape had been dis covered or if he was followed Not a sonncl not a footfall broke the silence that reigned around him He looked sharply about also but no one was to be seen so Dick trod onor ran rather until he became breathless The whole of the past few hours seemed aii...

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. — 30 December 1887

TO POPE LEO < Copy of the Congratulatory Letter Sent by the Hierarchy of Amer v ica to Pope Leo XIII The Occasion of the Address the Fif tieth Anniversary of His Attain ment to the Priesthood 7ho Epistle Signed by Cardinal Gibbons All the Archbishops and All the Bishops In America LKO XIII Leo XIII His Holiness the Pope the So th Roman Pontiff is the son of Count Pecci He was born at Carpineto March 21810 la 1818 he was sent to the Jesuit College at Viterbo In 1824 upon the death of his mother he was sent to Home living there with his uncle Daring this year fie entered the Collegio Romano and faree years later took up the study of mathematics In 1S2S he sot the first premium in physicochemlstry He nest took up the study of philosophy and during his term at this was entrusted to teach the pupils not so far advanced aa he was At the age of twentyone he gained a prize for a philosophical essay He entered the College of Noble Ecclesiastics and was made a doctor iD laws by Pope Gregor...

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. — 30 December 1887

M It l I i 5 f t 4 I i Jubo SMffl 7 direr1 Coated Tongue l2 lutely Pure Itois pcSfaer never varies A marvel of pur Styjfttren a and wbolcsomoneBS More econ JgTHmlcal thafcthe ordinary hinds and can not be 2lf i < lBu petitlon with the multitude of low HL t jatfrtweightalam or phosphate powders WL Solddnlgin cans KOTAL Baking Powder Co 06Wll street N v VE51 xelthr IULiS CorpojBHJ > Cons Positively Care theso Xdttlo 1J TheyalsSrellejeDis1 fc ss fromylpspsla J SfeSigestion tod Tc Hea Eati if A per feet r co ig jLor Dizzi ness Bftll Tasto in the cu ness Kausea Drowsl theSidoT03f ban np3tgc Theyegulato the Bowels J pr en1 > jistipatS5i and Piles Thejj COtes i d eaS tett ie Only one pill am trei J fe S 1516 PrIc9 > cents p 3S IiI3 CO Propre Uew York UD COIffi Sjfce Frisco will be one of the gifts the new year1888 will bring Port Worth January 4 is now fixed qb the time for the Fort Worth and Denver to reach the state line There is considerable Eocs Island talk f in the air and...

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. — 6 January 1888

k5 f m u l 21T8 skhcex THE HJEiJDXlNrG Mini Hews ml Fan NEWSPAPER mm n i UU I jl osr LeiEferjIio Wo have decided to substitute thli REDUCTION IN PRICE lor the old plan of distributing free premi ums by lot believing it will prove mora satisfactory a3 it will benefit a greatei number This makes i wiich is acknowledged to be the HP BBVVrfl Cheapest Newspaper i IN TEXA pHftilisOilMISl j All Postmasters ars authorized io tako Subscriptions fo whom s bsLibera I Discount will be allowed In cheapening the price of The Whsk t Gazkttk it i3 the determination to im prove its value to all classes of readere Imong its attractions will be Bena ones BT FAMOUS AUTHORS JTalmages Sermons in sach issue isliiflSiiiiliiisifioliOfipl1 IN EACH ISSUES oipieteaMCorreclIarMBeporU IN EACH ISSUE in All Parts of thr State IN EACH ISSUE > mestIo and Foreign Nows by Telegraph IN KACH18SUKJ rtLIGENT DISCUSSION OF ALl jT CURRENT TOPICS F Wszbxt GAZETTSjwill b8 made a d complete newspaper lor all who ot time or ...

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. — 6 January 1888

i a t ti t e IStsjettlg < 8 > B3ifce < PUBLISHED EVERY FEIDAY Br THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors vjcc oPuWforfion Second Mbeticecn Houston end ITirocJlTnorton < cr a < tfic Fori Worth Texas Postoce as iccvndClfiM Mail Matter lhla payer lb Kept on file and advertising rites may bo ascertained at the ofllce of the Aaerlcan Xetrepaper Publishers Association Temple Court New York or from lta E SGCEXW OFFICE 48 Tribune JuUdingNeio Tori FWASmNGTON OFFICE Pjoom 21 1421 New York Avenue IT SPOFFORD Correspondent 4 Times57 301 8 Times1350 13 Times19 75 new vesr Is al1 ° W TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by W Publishers Dally Weekly OtcYcar 310 CO I One Year 00 Hts Months 5 50 8lx Months 60 XarcaMonths 3 CO Three Months 40 5tr l > AY Gazettelvr 5150 6 months 100 THVABIABLT TW VDVANOE BBLIVERKD B2 CARRIERS Pwrweok ascent aa Sabscribozo wishing their address aangad from one poatoflloo to another must Cive the old address as well as tha now or the ...

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. — 6 January 1888

and X Round Trip ised to 11 ID Excursion Tickets Prom Ttxas at Half Fare Good for Sixty Day is Permanent Organization Effected An Extensive Committee of Seven ip poinied wUU Fall Power an ttn Selected aa Headquarters and J KlUoit Is Ohoaon Secretary ihe 1ian of Action THK COMMITTEE MEETS Special to the Gazette Dallas Tsx Dec 29 At 1030 this morning D C Giddings temporary chair man called the immigration committee of thirtyone to order stating that the Urst thing in order was to proceed to permanent organization Mr Brady of Houston moved that per manent organization be postponed until the arrival of the Sants Fe train on which were several delegates The roll was called by Secretary Barry the following named persons an gered James B Cook Liberty W A moss Henderson Jimes H Carter Marshall J H Henderson Texarkana K M Henderson Sulphur Springs S Zuckeiman Mlneola C O Dickerson KaskJohn T Brady Houston H M Truhsrt Galveston D C Giddings Brenham A J Kosentbal L Grange B Stoddard Bryan J S ...

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. — 6 January 1888

v can 4l with palpitatit germine article Mjsfliis Dfteffl M isGofflins Up Us Like a thief at night it steals in upon ns unawares The patients have pains about the chest and sides and sometimes in the hack They feel dull and sleepy the mouth has a bad taste especially in the morning A sort ol sticky slime col lects about the teeth The appetite is poor There is a feeling like a heavy load on the stomach sometimes a faint sllgone sensation at the pit of the stom ach which food does not satisfy The eyes are sunken the hands and feet become cold and clammy After a while a cough sets in atfirst dry but after a tew months it is attended witha green ish colored expectoration 1 The patient feels tired all the while and sleep does notj Beem to afford any rest After a time he becomes nervous irritable and gloomy and has evil forebodings There is a giddiness a sort of whirling sensa tion in the headj hen3a3ing up suddenly The bowels became cosOre the skin is dry and hot at times the Mood become...

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. — 6 January 1888

tyouh v v t caly Pin < K SCRATCHED 28 YEARSl Scaly Itehing Skin Disease With Endless Suffering Cured by Cuiicura Remedies tweiv rlJh ° ° th ° ODTICC1U REMEDIK S > 3 nw iSk SO it wouia i ve saved moRn ° 1ieddu Iat8 andan immense Rn > f SS f1 My < eaae Psoriasis ffS ° njy < in a spot not larger andrnt J BIrcaa rapidly all over mv body off of nd r LV nslls Tae 8cales would drop endlL nrt ° meandmy suffering was doliRr lr ifl Sithout rellcf 0ne thousand ovnr tSouW tcmPt mo t0 havc ths disease brcSSaoti P ormanbat eelllch > was leprocy ttf took and V some ot the doctora said Rugworm pEorlasis etc I SkrfcabarlllJiB siisif rJ over one year and a naif out no c urb t went to twaoxttHeiiQj lore aud no cure HiM jyKQtoo bey havc nude my frefffrom scalcBasa babys All 1 used ot them < gjtfhree b of Citi and three bottlo ff rrrricaitA ResuL and two cakes o ad been here and cared mc for 5200 Oj you money Ilooled like 1 he TIC DRV SOAl > If you would have u have Had the asi I...

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. — 6 January 1888

IS m s < G The Blind the Lame the Idiotic the Insane the Destitute a World of Misfortune TYiio Can Exnlafn for TVhat Reason All These Ills Must be Borne In This World 1 1 XT Br tho KefalRaat LlgUt That Peurs from tli Throne of God This Daiic Mjs tory Will bo Cleared THK COMING GLORY Special to tho Gazette Brooklyn n Ym Jan 1 At the Tab ernacle this morning Rev T DeWitt Tal lage DD announced that nest Sabbath he will begin a course of sermons te the women of America with practical hints to men the following subjects among others The Women Who Have to Fi ht the Battle of Life Alone Marriage for Worldly Success Without Reference to Moral Character Is Engagement as Binding as Marriage Womeu Who Are Already Uncongenially Married Influences Abroad for the Destruction of Women Wifely Ambition Right and Wrong Wnat Kind of Men Women Should Avoid Simplicity as Opposed to Affectation Reformation in Dress Plain Women The Female Skeptic and Christian Housewifery This morning Dr Talmages subje...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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