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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 9 May 1891

cnt 8v jip p w k i V - r i v Lsak N V ON FIREWITH ECZEMA Mo sufferings of Littlo Daby SeTen poctort and Two Hospitals Fall Cared Cutlcura irrhrlTboy 5 months old broko out with i ltcliinsr nnd burninc wa3 Intense eS Sena 6pread tobislimbs breast faceand e J1 in rs nparlv covered bis torturine isi tgoEles Verc pitiable to behold he had no pLuce uxiu dui uuie rebi night or day lie was under treatment at differ- ent times at two hospital s and by seven doctors in this city without the least benefit every prescrip- tion of the doctors was faithfully tried but he grew worse all the time Tor months I expanded about 13 per week for medicines und was en- tirely discouraged I pur- chased CUTJCCKA nd rtmrritA RE mftvtNr and ns to the lvWer Relief was ens sufferings wg6 eaed and rest eaany imprctu v curpd find has fair a bov as nn v I recommend every Baby Humor v urocunne si v CUTli KJRA HEIVTDl jus ami infallible YOU ES it VkB euros blood purifiers and - ui modern times instantly re jionizlns...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 9 May 1891

1 3 i 4 1 si ri I Jl 8 3 m 4 n hi it M 4 hi c tlp ffY ffV MSffl Stiffness- ecWess THE LEEDS MATTER What Railroad Men Think of It In This City THE WESTERN ASSOCIATION It lius Stood the Test ami Will Last Cat- tle on the Urnver Tickets for lyn lUdoced Kates on the Katy ASt atloLi liurilurized Cattle on the Denver The Fort Worth and Denver City railway Is having its share of stock traffic Yester- day sicnteeii carloads of stock cattle were loaded at Childress consigned to Panca The were routed over the Denver and Uio bama Fe and went north some time last night A Station llnrfrlarlzed Sorac time during Thursday night tho depot of the Gulf Colorado and Santa Fe at Berwyn was entered by burglars and some niunej and other articles stolen It is not known if any tickets were taken or the amount secured This will not be definitely known until the station is checked up Traveling Auditor England left for that place last nignt 110111 iiuuicuu kates They are Authorized by the Missouri Kan- sas nu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 9 May 1891

DRS BETTS BETTS fjifHIIR 8JMKS AMWMU8B 005 MAIN STREET C e Dallas Texas v o favorably known i tites Their long P i n u s and win ersal success u aji mreof Nervous Chronic crtltlcs these eminent AjorMenee of the aSiled i i iramra Mi PUNITIVE CURE for i iv ne and the numerous v t trim ii u AND SKIN DISEASES anil iiermancntljcur 1 -- jh Hll ITY AND SEXUAL DIS fj J to their skilllul t I i AND RECTAL ULCERS v ibout pain or dcu u1 ou sD VTifCEL pcrma l cur d in every case iifvRIiLA tiLIK a weakncb J ot Hut d ii liih1 Laai emaio 3tT fffl v r 1 xu -v fn i x n 4tfVUV iiin S i sLrs peculiar to as well is all - i t from voulhful loll es irs uirantced permanently 1 n raoval compUe c 1 1 itit on Cure ml without a tnoniinl s To Hunq and Middle Aged Msn C I D - P 1 1 R P awful effects of AobiiL UUnU oiirlj ice which brings- t olug both mind and i ills perniarently nJO QFTTQ Mdress those who have UnOi DC I IO impaired ihimsches by mil solltarj h 0is which i untitling them for bust- or luT e muring ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 9 May 1891

I vS 9 4 1 a 4 ui u 4 y i frV ar - I more away QR FRANK CRAY JJPHifi81PND AURIST Practice limited to diseases of thoEye Ear Nose and throat Cor 5th and Main Sts rR FRANK M MMMrfJT EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT Doctor McCoy Rectal and Gcnito Drinary Specialist deal of goods x ive away quite a good arrd TSn ight we hope to give VVIIIC II I II ink ft Correspo ases j0m LjUEg0 tuin tseases of the red- without detention from Urethra Strictures SffiSS cunlns or Gonorrhoea Syphilis MSSK organs Ofllce 510 MAIN ST FT WORTH TEX COMING TO TEXAS A Prominent New York Hanker to Visit Irxua In a Special Car Special to the Uaettc Nnw Yoke Ma J Edward Simmons president of the Fourth national bank will leave this city on Monday with his family for Texas aud other points West and South- west The trip which i expected to last about six weclcs will be made in a private car of the Hichmond Terminal railroad that has beeu placed at Mrs Simmons disposal by John U Innian I F PRIOE JV C12 Main Street C GERON oooroa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

pn U - r K a a I s iH I link hmoti -AT Turkey red Table Damask fast color at 2V a vard worth iOc Bleached Table Linens and mc great bargains at 39c 4te Extra line quality Table Linens at 87c 110 5145 to 175 Positively can uot be imported for this price ffi PEOPLE DRY GOODS STORE SUCCESSOR TO B C EVANS CO TREMENDOUS SACRIFICE OF HIGH CLASS NOVELTIES mBlMBEEALINES lovely uxl only 1PS worth 51 tor iMparSfiTks jgJ o9e 7e A M ViMtfQ tfrfT i de- -ilk Grenadines at vard worth 225 anil IlimnciiiL all quail- SILKS AND WOOL GOODS Elegant Xew Suitings in the latest fancy stripes cheek and polka dots at Pile and 01c Gorgeous Kobes in all the latest fauey etTeets at 124 and S13 a yard worth anvwhere SioO a vard Ijlack Gros Grain Silks aaA8fWllij Mjtff IT Fraueaiso at greaLjiflWToiis JL plain and figured at 12c positively worth double WISH FABRICS Imported Wool Charlies lovely col orings and designs at 49c real valuo S jc American Wool worth J0c ajJfrei i Lov elv Persian Mulls beautiful de- at 14...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

m a 3 I 4 I 1 i 1 4 il LADIES DEPARTMENT iniTtn ny mk i it iakto Pcbushih s Xotice AH communications intended for this department should b addressed to Mrs M R Waj ton Kort Worth Tex ixhohtfj or tui kio A crown of royalty jests on thy brow A Sf alto thoughts nitrh beautiful and pure Rich gemmed uith nurposcs of kindly dn And Iotc that shall beyond all tine endure Ad rapire van it Is thv lot to rule t A oul that through en nut j shall last Thv present tank to learn m times brief school llor b st to liv e v ben all its hours ore pa ed The Kiiig tb Iather doth each tat assign s best to at thee for a princess pic When He at Ijsi shall bid thee toil ren And clothe the In thy royal robe of grace What matfr if seem njan and low 1 hen shat thou Lie n loye lie v Hied it so Max M utin These are dar to fneam of babbling brooks and mosv bank Some one has said one must Ik in love lo enjoy a picnic If he of course it was a crusty bachelov oho spoke meant that onlv lovers could en- joy a in the wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

csTlfiPpPp t1 AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT J T STHLLE EDITOR v n - notwe All communications Intended for tills department should be addressed up teiXE Fort Worth Tex HI MT MAKE GLUCOSE oca the world making eu hy not make them the of - consumption h s utained to a magnitude t v - truly startling Not r 11 tentative of the Boston called on - iity Messrs in gathered information - jui ose which reads like ii ail of the firm stated igo the demand on their - up- did not extend be- s riuiith but the demand - 1 hat no erson outside it an idea of it that n hnate to rorrectness j i nnfcctioners bakers 1- molasses misers pre- TiNt morocco leather nd others in various 1iitid States and they g thousands of tons of igu countries and yet iii one among many in irge to Mr Alexander iet m two shapes liquid jnu grape susar the lat- ii ircc The syrup i cents to 4 cents a - itiality and the grape cents The syrups - lme t quality of the in- higher figures Up j capital is now invested rn turers within tne l uie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

3 9 1 f r 4 4 l3 iiuclv divided charcoal Such charcoal is indispensable for sujrar vvoihinj and for jnanv other pui poses and now ve aic to Jitc it prepared from a material that has heretofore been an cntiie waste popular school book tells us that we Jo not ee the sun o soon is it rises in the moraine owing to tho fact that it takes a ray oflurht eight minutes to pass from lhe sun to the eaith This is pure and un- adulterated nonsense The earth is con- stantly iniinei ed in the suns and hence ipon lLo very moment when the snot uon which vie aie stationed has rolled nto sunlight we sec the sun Refraction mihi interfere with us o some extent but tlic time reciuircd foi a rav of Hsht to pass from the sun to the earth euts no kind of figure in the case Admitting that it takes a ray of light -gut minutes to icach us fiom the suu dont vou laiovr tborav which enables us to see the sun in the morning left r just eight minutes befoe the 1 evolution of theeaith cjircdus nto sunlight It left t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

m teESSES Ttt 4 HEAP IS AT- TAYLORS I - an extensive lino of Pino and Parisian Millinery at pnore to suit the people v s p hi novelties of this depart c nuthmtr but fresh stylish U dne no old trash or off w iii fvtnbit 200 Trimmed Hats all n v th the richest colors tastily i j We employ none but r mirn rs who aro under the i j rvibion of our managing milliner rui rs executed quickly and sat is Guaranteed The Merit System u political labor leagco of i i nralhy at the common n an old soldier from a i d at a recent meeting it ie merit system bo applied is follows imon council composed o He publicans whose party - aiivajs breathed loyalty -he eterans of the war of iive apparently without ca from the ofllce of city i aoluier and have declined to iiuaes of the law In tho hs successor and have il service rating and lepal jeurge W Dayton a crippled r a e war therefore be it 11 at the Indapendent political - uinouuce this action of the 1 as a violation of the law wring of the legitimate clai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

m rw 4 iw 4 n M 9 I A 1 I V i 9 13 IS fi 4 i II r ii u ItJ n fi 1U FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY 111 THE YEAR i - DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING C0HPA1IY Publishers and Pronristors Office Corner Fifth and Rusk Street FORT WORTH TER1IS OK SURSCItlPTION rT HAIL ADVANCE POSTAGE ViSA Pally and Sunday cno year tlOlU Daily and Sunday six months uG Monday Wednesday End Friday 8 00 lie Sunday Gazette 1 to 24 pages lyr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette 12paes one year 1 00 By earner in the city and suburbs io cents a tcrck or II per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postoflce Addres3 in full Including County and State ir audress is to be changed give old address is well as new Tne Gazette will be 5ent only tor the time for which remittance is made POSTAGE Entered at the Postofflce in Fort ATorth Tex as Second Class Hitter Por the benefit of our patrons who desire to fcrd Mnple copies of THE Cazittx through the mill o give herewith the transient rate of fosttce Foreign and Domestic Klght and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

ff piunffl H l I- Every Lot is 50x125 Fronting Broad Streets Alleys back of every lot tj aKPn as meaning that J - l act was the absorption in i v J jrmau provinces of lj S se the link witD Hungary Est a lul country and Uussij to Tte o cer Terences - as uulIs to be a true lho conservatism that clings Inn- 00 of separation between the and to be above all bis NaTIOKaLIST tiic Ls opposed to innovations in u ly11811 Ut changes in the of ttn jophi ui ooa T 6 M FRY is Trustee tfUh Those And plus A0 At Maddox Sold on e ERMS Have never been equalled You have to pay but Cti il 10 Per Mi With no interest on deferred payments and No Taxes for Two Years JOHN ALARMING NEWS The Striking Spirit in Belgium Spreading Like an Epidemic CANT DEPEND ON THE ARMY C ii- Advcs Say Balmaceda is Preparing fcr the Recovery of Thoip rrovincr ow Held by the Rebels tipi litlniM Ii I ami anil Sea It if Uell Wuher Ilism irck All 1 jes Upon Him - ieu by the United Tress v V fc This mornings news - jlj minp Tho striki...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

if I 4 if r 3 Kfi a Hi m I 4 11 n d 11 II I ifl uta 11 12 THEY WILL BE HERE The Ladies and Men of Texas Coming to the Convention THE LARGE CITIES RESPOND Xne Ladles or Fort Worth WUI Entertain In Magnificent Style The CUIcbko Party Heard from The Committees TIjo Worlds fair convention which trill assemble here on Tuesday next will tea grand affair representative of Texas the empire state of the Union There valine delegates from all the large cities many of the smaller cities and from a number of counties and organizations of various kinds Last night the following telegram was re- ceived Chicago III To Thomas J Hurley ForfWortfc Leave here in two hours party consistitg of Director General Davis Promoler Gencral Hardy Hon Leroy Dr Thomas president Worlds Fair States Association Trade Manager Jay Cox Worlds Fair Commissioner Harrison of Minnesota one press representative and private secretary Will wiie you again Monday Jonx T Dickinson- Secretary THE LADIES MEETING A large number of la...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

h P m f V y 00 J T- ffi M Tin rat 0x u WatVrora I Ah iir CVrTn rt Bo Pro pi Pr M rsTnie North Miln Co IOt 171 Miles 40 70 V -- - s LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC EASTBOCND No 2 dally 7xm No 4 daily 640 p m etap xo easily 6aam Io aoaiiy isiwpra n lnJia TTI C20 33 WESTBOCXa No 1 dally No 3 daily S05am -a No S dally WP EJ KoTdaUy uSiS 7No 8 dally 35pm MIOITIH KANSAS AND TEXAS KOBTHBOUSD Leave tre No 2 dally 7Wara No 4 dally C25 p m m routiiboumj No 1 dally S10 p m JSPB Na 3 dally S05am I 2 TRANSCONTINENTAL KoirntEOOD Leave Arrf xo Sdally 8 45 a m No Sldaily 32aar socrnEOCNn 5P No 31 dally asuai Pacific trains Nos 5and 6onlystcp no rSi kT C Junction Atlanta Junction Sandy tll Lonview Big W013 Point TcrrcU East Dallas FORT WORTH AND DENVER rw - Cj c Na 1 dally No 2 daily No 3 daily No 4 daily Rto Grande Division Mllesl fil 73 Ill 140 161 202 71 11C 1 J Miles - 5 S3 97 115 115 1M South MiK s Ct ae js 59 f vir 103 1S Leave 930 a- m 440 p m rr r COLORADO AND SANTA TE 1 jo ri f CC a onTH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

i 1 i i a rl irti j fl HI j te v tntjflgn H ODIOUS METHODS Practiced by Policemen Toward Wesphalia Miners HOMES VISITED AT NIGHT An Officer Severely Thrashed and Made to Apologise Every German Tour- Ut in Franoe Looked Upon aa a Spy Copyrighted by the United Press Lokdox May 9 The governments treatment of the Westphalia miners was not generally approved by moderate Social- ists but the methods taken to subdue the strike are obnoxious to all tho friends of the w orking man whether moderate or ex- treme The arrest and maltreatment of the load- ers of the movement for no other reason than their leadership was the first out- rage then began tho persecution of all miners who did not go to work the police making visits to their homes on anv pretext and questioning them harshly as to their Intentions It has been a common thing at Dortmund tor a body of policemen to break into tho house of a miner at or after midnight and pretend that tiipy were in search of some fugitive charged with a tri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

fl -S sprung fvstf J nanii Qjswimr inuwrn hi Uy 5a - DRS BETTS BETTS frills SOHGEONS AHDSFECLUJSTO I005 MAIN STREET Dallas Texas ana favorably known sne j I I I u I U 1 1 u cured removal complete i nr i t tic ordilatation Curt i uit i patient without a moments To Young and Middle Aged Men o i I D C C 1 1 D C The awful effects of A 0 U if L U U II L early vice which brine i in cBtrnylnpr both mind and ill w ii dreaded ills pennanently e sure to findn bur- lilng JAPANESE mmll F cd All ifllty nuc mcus lor k of m wiMfclK m VMiJr J3 kiWHlzin -void biV jCv fc2jr v W13 W aF9 -- - i - iicsuu inK nunii - v Jr ttfcrwSny gatfntgaEMF vSsr - e hi5Sa co Ip Jit L1 liit WBmC 1 llil 58lI3ftEEXTLEM rr Jl H Z - IL3 KLLEBAEeutFortforlliTsi t r TT li X TTTiUHX Vu w moat painirfpWlUion c ANDJaliSvT r Lr M UPlLlI U- - jmiiv v t JttT t JirfPT IT Uli1 DRS 1 I Address those who have BCTTQ I i impair d themselves by 1 1 and solitary habits which I i unfitting them for bust r i ltre 1 V S or those entering on ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

i y I I f rl 4 l - U i 3 il a hi ti v3 fjS i US 1 i ii 16 NO EXERTION On the Part of the Naval De- partment Officers to CAPTURETHECHILIAN STEAMER Ihe Etatn Supposed to be IIotctIiib Around Ban Diego for Supplies The Charleston Weighs Anchor on a Secret MUilon Violated Territory Bcrxos Atres May 0 The Chilian troops have violated the territory of the Argentine province of San Juan de la Fron tera An official investigation is in prog- ress Not Kierclslns Itselt Washington May 9 It was not appar- ent thi3 morning that the navy department was exercising itself greatly to recapture the Chilian steamer Etata Tho Charleston I caves Sax Fiiancisco Cal May 9 Tho United Suites warship Charleston left here at C oclock this morning Her destination is unknown Lurking Around san Uleco Washington May 9 It was not ap- parent this morning that tho navy depart- ment was exercising itself greatly to re- capture the Chilian steamer Ctata Secre- tary Tracy left the city early in the morn- ing in company...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

II rlii -I r markets by i vcl antl sity at H G THE -- w w ith Lir tOttlt V 5W1p tii - iMFVLENSh HJh t iraifiA an FORTWORTH UNION STOCKYARDS ofi bPUni rd- in prcnmUfeigliHt AND giTWirriyf Jnujg X -- market price paid for hogs and cattle at yards Stop over privileges given shippers of stock to raiiroau nnisi u suum ui vjuiuaju ieccssjuii iu uiwvb iiuis 01 rainoau land revenivjwvB acres covered nv varus pens anu Diuiuinir st 4 loaded rpnrdt e artesian wafer unJA tn6ro LES JSJprte sterfko Kitirsti iIBIWTL Ieyftpflfls m stsmrm for Spaldinir Bj o Ball aiTc1 Alhlei iMiiii Taekle Iawn Tennis Croquet Hi li eeli Wloeipedes ioat Carts lnm er kind of In and Outdoor Sport SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE 209 211 Houston St WHY B V frtVWPfWljEfrtB IA MLiMMXtXL Psiidj ends larDeatl 1 1 l ysl3 Brondfftis I V1 -V f3BwK icuffmiuiixt 1 Wi JJ aJST t ii SuS5Sfe i lefth so sari - y tv fvSbRT m ji i a6ry tcrfSie nus a matter Fort Worth Texas it p l E0 E BUWJIAK S rJNO FM00RE V P G M T A TIDBALL 1m MOORE IRO...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

ri 3 11 i i i u TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER Many farmers near Hondo aye planting fheir cotton over They planted for dry weather and it rained Cotton squares are plentiful on tee cot- ton farms near Cotulla not a bad stand this season LaSalle county will show up Trith an average of one bale to every acra planted in cotton The wheat crop in the North and JCorih west is reported in exellcnt condition The wheat acreage in Wichita county is estimated to be about fifty thousand acres Say it averages twenty bushels to the acre this would Rive l 000000 bushels or about one fifth of tho wheat crop of the entire siate in lSjO If no unfore een accident befall the ui at crop mere arc man v fields in Wichita nty that will make fifty bushels to the a - en thousand bales of cotton this season for Beeville ireenville people are enjoying new pota- toes and English -was from their gardens The volunteer ou crop in Grayson county is larne and very line Such crops will bo ready to harvest in t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

THE WITCH OF PRAGUE A Fantastic Tale viRION CRAWFORD Author of pi i - iONTIXInllJ i i r plates nor knives nor abe aud at a sign from wiiijI retired to procure cjmbrances to eating The M1 as he had boon with ipj showed little that whatever he said it heard any more than if - im e Ho hesitated a mo- ie had not determined was iiiTossarv to ac 11 the circumstances and 1 avoid all reference to regard to himself The hi bringing with other j trlass fur the Wanderer itid tlien filled his own i cetic ractices formed eine for the prolongation used his glass to his lips iUed life and happiness 1 then sipped the wine ur story he added - 1 drops from his white -mall damask napkin presented to him and - J a iain to throw it i Aid use thai we can afford to - the Wanderer said uess with some - urgent Israel Kafka iinpiotcly He has sworn 1 is at the present mo- he conservatory in her aiiuoum ement upon laiua that the prepared for any h it seemed to be the 1 enome sprang from 1 mat would have been v ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 10 May 1891

1 W l i rtl ii I -1 tf 3 a INS H I d l M Waa4K I Highest ef all Jfci Tening Powers U who are Indebted to us for Xbfmtfiy firTih nhodo not pay tSSXV Slay J ul Ik cut off frcaajgPJjSubscription tliou fuyyajgjSKce We are com jm 1 til to yuViSSfKcrrr piper w take from m oflint is impossible tor us to no MxiimFcss vi- art puc fins rt e will fare no escep ion- j ii t 1 i riysw Gazette OBWflWS Ot Those whaSi5rtci m 0 crijii8a5To ti mOSW JWMK i V iators TIE subscribe or setfe Ton Wort Daih O iloae call at our office 104 Main bc tven Weathr rfortl and iAii st at H Sprinkles met stnd Kcspictfully B 1 and U SriiKiL City Circulators gazeTte what not Congressman Oates Upon Political Situation the AN ABLE EARNEST TRUE MAN liu Next Cniigr iisi Tarltr uuil Tree CoiU ige -Mills and CrUp Ourmau nad Griiy Cun v ep the Country A Granlmry Uooiiht ONGIJKsMVS OVTEs Hon William C Oates the distinguished nn nilier of congress from Alabama spent Mi idaj in theeity and leaves this luurn iiisr foratrip lo tlie...

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