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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

3 > WAGES AKD TAXATION tnro oi Halo Duly iii O < < en llzvt 2 at rials Kedness Wsges L Hbsrsl Policy will Open Foiclsn ir jjet3Why ttattera Earn Mnro In Xcvr Yoik than In Icnnrjtvanin New York Star la ihis communication I desire to direct tie aUealijn of the nearly 17000 persons ii the states of New Jersey New York Cnaeticut an J Misscchusetts who are engiged in the mmufneture of iar and silk bats to tne benefits which they derive in the way of good yearly income in consequence of the kind and thought- ful action of the defenders of Ameri- can labor who framed the section of the tariff schedule fixing the dnties on hats and hatters fur and hatters silk plush Iadoed so peculiar are the effects of tae present customs duties on the Ameri- ca nat maker that after analyzing the official hat making eatistic3 and lookiDg at the results in the glare of the light ti se throw open ihe suojecr one is al mo t forced tx the conclusion that the ux was framed with the intention of crirpli...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

4 i cotton v iS I 5JSTV iSPcSPIF > Wiiat is tils Disc ss tM is Coiteg Upon Us Like a thief at night it steals In apon us unawares The patients have pains about the chest and sides and sometimes in the hack They feel dull and sleep 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 allcone socsation at the pit of the stom- ach which Jood does not satisfy The eyes are sunsen the hands and feet become cold and clammy After a while a congh sets In at first dry but after a few months it itkattended with a green- ish colored expectoration The patient ks tired all the while and sleep does not stem to afford any rest After a time he w Ses nervous irritable and has evil forebodings There Is a giddiness a sort of whirling sensa- tion Inhs head whemlising up suddenly I r > ThCubowelslstcome costive the skin Is dry anSjhot at times the blood becomes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

M I rffcri 1 Cm fcteVh8i VITIATED BLOOD Bcrofnlons Inherited and Conta- gious Hmnora Cured by Caticnra Thrcneh tbo medium of oscof your books tel lxoa through Mr Frank T Wray nrngjist inoilo In I became acquainted with your f ccn KtMKUiEsand face this opportunity tniotlfy to you tnatih Irusebas permanently rcrcd me of one of the worst cases of blood Running la connection wlh erysipelas hat i have ver s qn and this after hav ng b en nronfjnced Incurable by tome of the best ijwslclsrs in our oonnty I take crqa plsa ure rl oryardlDF to yon this cstiaonlal umo friied it Is by you In orderthat there tuf pHfrtfcn tirslar maaitl omav be encouraged I HftTiVurCUTicuKA EKiTCDiKS a trial VI 5v > HITLiNGcK L ecbbnrg Pa Beferai eiNrfMAKfe T WkayDruggUt t Ani8 STKbifedPODt CnstomlTniBC Npw lytts on oajfe5F6 In 1570 Sf > f uioua UI Trfi broke oat faffiS body untlL waa a mass i5Vrrnplon F jfejhlng knoflgfto the mod tsal fbcutv was tile 35KUAf cam a mere nt At times cnUff Witltiny handB to my ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

Vr i I F I it if I W 6 LWHOLUli Winter May Linger but Fashion Makes no Delays Marching on- to Styles for Spring SI80T6B for th8 SleeYeless Novelty In SslTedge DIrectoire Effects in Polonaises A Dinner of Hcrca SXoro Acceptabls wltb Condiment of Love lunn nStallea Ox and Ostentation Art has been lauded to the skies The craze i3 on men and women of the present day but there is one saving clause human nature will assert itself and in nature animate and inanimate both art and fashion seek their models and are alike nearest their ideal when most natural There Is not perhaps on the lace of the earth a more childlike simple people than the Japanese yet since that country has been opened to the world their dres3 and decorative art has Eerved as a gnide to modern taste even among those nations who are prone to arrogate to themselves superiority The graceful flowing gown of today finds its prototype in the island kingdom of the east and pretty screens and portieres are but a reproduction in f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

1CT fSOW Flits PUBLISUtD b AN EVENTFUL STOItf JSTST JA3E E S GTSAJST ClIOBOF THK ROMANCE OF WAB HTnE Llack Watch Faieer Thah a Faibv Etc Eic Tac RiRht of Translation Is EescrvedJ CHArTHB LVII D2Sr RATION Of all we haye detailed in these two preceding chapters Melanie knew noth inz and too probably wonld never know Meanwhile at It se Cottage each day ss = ed like that which had gone before i LdaiJ empty profitless nothing pleis snt seemed ever to happen nothing at sli but now as a eloomy change detp sorrow had fallen on one at least One thong t was ever before her Mon- tague Lonsdale was gone in the blcom cfhs strength and msnhood as she had seen brltlly and coldly recorded without cffiment in the public print and she hsd a locg life before her pernspH a life in which he Could bear no part s ve as a stnor The doubt that comes to all when the ov d sre gone that we have in any way filld them w < ss prong iu the heart of Slelinie now while before h r floated tae recurring mnmory of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

r v I a jESSsc11 5 S t > > s r both Apgolutely Puree i sfcTala powfer nevor varies A marvel of pur xfy rengtliind wholesonicness Moro econ omlc mib iiho ordinary kinds and can not bo old In competition with the multitude of low at abort weight alum or phosphate powders kMid only in cans Eotax Baking Powdeb Co- W Wall street N T Positively Ghrcd bj tlieso IAttleJfcllhi They also rel Diaj tress 3r ni BvsEepaa I Indigesta ascl T < Hearty EaJjtEg A perj feet rcniajy for Dizzi fn cK > Naysea Drowsii ntsOai Taste in IheK fliouth Coated Tdteue ifAin in tho Bide TOR ID I2YER c Skss regulate the BonelJF df Vj Eg ud pra ttnt Constipation and Piles The h > Iff traallpst ijif easietur to take Only one pill afS dose Purclfnittable Price 23 cents and cram The 1st day of March Is the pes set by the Fort Worth and Denver lor the com pletion of its line to Denver and the Fort Worth end Denver always reaches the pegs it sets on time The Texas and Pacific has over seventy cars of steel ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

P vu DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY t to our customer iree hours aiter p laces von ee if you desire any ot you of these laces will be given 2 J samples > j a Will be closed out this week at > TTIE STATE NATION B 1 BANK Corner Main an < i Eotir ii treotfc Cash Capital S3OOlO Surplus Fund 50001 DIEECTORSW M HamEonSjdwrartin H C Hieatt C Y McClellan Geo W Baker SM < t 2alny Jr Wv Q Bateman J F Ceop6r and Jno C Harmon i olicctlona rewfyg prflmpt attention anrt general ban 1 B LOHVPfesident J Q SANDEDGE President D 0 BENNETT VicePresident City National Bank of E lng bnelnPBS trefiaacietf sa FJJRST NATIOM v SSGO OOO tgnrplus nm inii EtfSSESEEOLD Cashier Comer Second nd Houston Streets For Worth Teins Cnalx Caplfal 8li5O0O OIEKOIOESJohn R Hpiief M B Loyd C H Higbee Zano Cetti D C BennettGaorge Jackson EBHarroldand E WHarrold Jm SBBurnett < Z Traiiwtvot a General Uanlclnp J8istnosg v y Y 1AYLOU Projident E K CHASE1 TlceProsidont A B SMIiR Cashier The Merchants Nations Capital Pa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

JS s ss asmmam V y ivf 7 2 he Gazette PUBLISHED EVERY DAY SMOGRAT PUBLISHING 1ubltrncrfi rad ITima 2 40 J Tinea 4 OO limes 5 CO 4 Times2730 8 TimesIS50 IS Times19 75 the storm r s j Gszstte Port Worth Texas auurcsrri COMPANY Proprietors get of Publication Second St tetictai Houston nd Throckmorton Intrrcd at tke Fort Worth Texas Postoftce as econdClcss Mail Matter This paper in topt ou file and advertising u ue may be ascertained at tho oOice of the laitrican XeTrspsotr Publisher AKoc ifttloii Temple Court sew YorL or from lis 48 Tribune Building3cio Tor w sxrnvoiroav OFFICE oorr 21 1421 Neio York Avemts SPOFFORD Correspondent II W RATES G SiSGSSRSPnOM TO MAIL SUBSCEIHSIIS i Qilas Prepaid tf the Ptiblieiiers Dally TTocJdy t > Yt r 10 CO I Cmo Tear 11 CO MrHonttB C CD Bis Monlns CO triiree Monthc 3 CO Torec Months 40 5UHDAT GAZETTE 1 yr 150 C mouihz S1C0 IHVASIABTY in AD7AK0E DBIaIVBRRD BY CARHIJ3PS e Week 25 CCill 8S2Sub3cxberp wishing their address chanced from one poslofSce to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

y I > The Greatjt Kennedy Known 4S A lJpitUo Iises UjJi PEKDLEiM JLttoxxb w b or pais CURES k RHETO ATM umbago Backache Head- achy Tootha ie v jiv NEUMLGIA Sore Thrpatljwellings Frost pitesvSprains SCIATICA BRUISES BURNS SCALDS ForSta6IermSn and Stockmen for Horse ilSOS x Chronic CaseliOYcrirsStuiidingCured 3j Permanently ripplSl Cases Throw Awiiy Crutches v fe tureu levniuiujiitly > ra < Hic Casrs At Once Kclicved aLfcCurod Jjomjitly C o4 ii s < s Cured Without Kelapso V Jso ItvturH of Pain Chfoz ic clses Cured No Pain In aiany i r f Years jMUPDriigriU and Dfnlfa Errnprhcre I he Charles A Vo eler Co rultoard Fj I0UM AND MIDDLMSED MEN A SUKJ3 CUBE Tne awfal oifectof early vice which brings organic woakncBB destroying both mind and io 7 with all lta direful Ills PEBMANENTIiY CURED Palpitation of the heart timidity trembling nervous discharges so much to bo feared for ettulncss lack of Ideas sadness of spirits o social life and brood a Iy Imaglnlngsdlsllkc Ins melancholy M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

P c mc o tilr i < r > rk t nui y iJ BAi j roaI3 s LOCAL TIME TABLE MISSOURI PACIFIC NORTH BOUND BOUNDArrive Arrive Laredo and St Louis 730 a m Ban Antonio and St Louie 800 pm Fort Worth and St Louis BOOTH BOUND St Louis and Fort Worth 700 p m StLouis and Laredo 825am Qt Louis and San Antonio1245 a m TEXAS AND PACIFIC EAST BOUND Ho 2 dally 720 am Ho4dauy 710pm WEST BOUND No 1 dally 810 p m- Ho 8 dally 820 am TRANSCONTINENTAL NORTH BOUND Fort Worth Whltcsboro and Arrive Texarkana 750am Fort Worth Sherman and Texarkana S00pm SOUTH BOUND Texarkana Whitesboro and Ifort Worth 1245 a m texarkana Sherman and Fort Worth 825am Leave 800 am 830 pin 1 COpm 850 am 100 am 745 a ra 810 pm 830 d m 840 am Leave 00am 8S0 pm 100 am 850 am FORT WORTH AND DENVER Horth bound 900 am South bound 715pm f GULF COLORADO AND SAHTA FE NORTH BOUND FORT WORTH AND RIO GRANDE Arrive Leave Fort Worth 600p m 1000a m- All the above from the Unon Depot O D LUSK Ticket Agent HOUSTON AND TEXAS CENTRAL Leave Arrive ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

Ik CONGEESSIONAL The Delayed Deficiency Bill Reported to the Sonata with bat Few Amecimeutg The Hoasn rre ntc l with the Portraits oE Three KJc8peafcer from the State of Maeaacfcuaelte Fiftieth Congress THE SENATE Washington Jan 10 Mr Hale from the committee on appropriations re- ported back the delayed deficiency bill snd stated that the amendments reported by the committee were but few In number and that he would ask the Senate to pass the bill ntxt Monday Mr Hawley offered a resolution direct jog the Secretary of the Interior to report a plan of legislation thought by him to be needed fjr the disposition of the public t mber lands so sa to secure the preser etlon of natural foreat land at the head- waters of the navigable rivers and to put wlthm tbe rights of settlers legal means of providing themselves with limber for building their homes Adopted The following bills were reported and placed on the calendar To punish burg- lary robbery and larceny in the Indian Territory to refer...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

5W avert i who rdlni on W talu EOI < ELLLAJNOESTACADO Blanco uanyon and the Whlta KiTer Country o Tfxas leading Charac teri5t cB and first Impressions Tho Klchcst of Soils on Which Flourish Hundreds olXbocsauaa uf JFlno Oat tic Riltrouds sul y Ktoded LinlBY lleLonrlcr Journal Account nan bteu givtn cf our three days journ < yfrom Coloisao City to the Silver Falls of the White river Thus re- moved from point of t < graphic commu aicHtion wiia hu woiid of city and rail- road life and right in the heart cf CrosDv one of the recently and still veiy imper- fectly organized counties cf Ttxas we enter npon our fourth dy in this strange new land a wonderful land beautiful here picturesque therr and with much on all sides ditlicuH ci de Ciiptior from the absence ol any psrallul or ground of comparison in pievions observation cf nature A KFLUCTANT DEPARTURE With the ltdlcg circumstances of the case well m mind shre is an cwl of sur- prise at the reluctance ef t v o Irelisn to leave t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

K re the and m 4 m o 2B VV I in t its he tic a as I 62 leei ei or orCI er E Cl 6be be ON WALL STREET Sforfment la Stocks was be Upwsrd feeble and the Market was Fcver IsU Thronchout he Day ia ti Doll at or Near Iho ow sJf prics j lar Active Ie u Generally ojrtTr COMMERCIAL RESUME a buaye girl rfunKiw T i fi rfunKi w iiiijw cpcclal totnc Gazette bonds Sett York Jan 19 Riilway Hisy closed as tollers Fort Worth and > nver City at 81 Texas and Pa IficKIos at G7g incomes at 4Si termin er f Missouri Kansas and Ttxis at 70 7satlOG Houston s at Ml 6s bi Texas Central2J at 107 Kanses nd Texas Id at 10G general mortgages it Stiver S2 Money h < > t Psr cent Sterling tirm Governments strong Wheat lower Cotton lower C See weaker roVKRXMKXTS STOCKS AND BONDS Xew York Jan 1 The stock market jrnct qniet but wen and the attacks jpon Riadins and Gould stocks soon in finite into trading while prices fell iwa rapidly Fort Worth and Denver slMieeoari Pacific were next taken in jjnj ani though t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 20 January 1888

r It i i 7 Absolutely Pme TMsowder never varies A marvel of pur- ity elrength and whoiesomencss More econ ooileet than tho ordinary Linda and can not be soldIn competition with the multitude of low t 4t short weight alum or phosphate powders Sold only in cans Royal aking Powder Co IfV Wall egoist N Y iYVer > feut Uurrected dally > VUltaiasOj At 7 a m- At 10 a m dtl2ui At 5 p in Atfi i > in A t i p tn FC Baopto iUght Positively Cured by these Little IiliV They also reUt ijress from B ppsir > j Ingestion c Tec A per fect remedy for Dizzi if > jSSfe Nausea Drowsi < Bs Bad Taste in ihe rwaljt ftjfcd easiest to tul 5J ue Pain in the Side vw CSSHiey re ipation and Piles The Only one i > ili a PuirTy vegetable Price 1 cents CASIU ICSDICIIIS CO Pre THE CITY UU8ISK33 OrKIwJB HOURS The brsmess office of Tins Gazette vill be open until 8 p m every day ex ceptSaturdays when it will remain open until 9 p m And on Sundays it will be open from 7 to 6 p m Advertisers will pleas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 27 January 1888

I II 1 i 3 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY TiT GAZETTEl fe Happenings S ZECEI 3JBCE IJElAJJiXNGr Nik m Family NEWSPAPER or We have decided to cubstilnte thi REDUCTION INlPriiC for the old plan of distributing free premi- ums by lot believing it will prove mor satisfactory na it will benefit ft grettei namber I ia raakeg mlch Is ckaoTiedged to be the ALSO THE Ckeapestpewspaperl IK TEXA teifeii is Oil all su AH PosSmasters era suthoriied K to take Subscriptions to whom s Liher2l Discount will bo allowed In cfieapenni the price of Teh Wkb lt Gazkttx It is the determination to im prow Us value to all classes of readers Among its attractions will be ones 11T FAMOUS authors Talmages Sermons IK EACH iBStns 3 Fsioi ail teiirt IN KACH LSSTJSJ CoiMeaMCorrecIarielEeporis Bi CACHISSUZf in All Parts of th State IN EACHIS8UBJ Domestic and Foreign News b Telegraph en sach issue INTELLIGENT D1SCUSSIOK QF ALI CURRENT TOPICS Tan Wkkklt GazetteIwIII be rade a full and complete newspaper for all wht hwe no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 27 January 1888

1 i > l lmo ITlnjpe 5 5e 5I 1 6 10 i 5160 2 25 3 0 < H13 3 7M i50 5KJ16 5 75 6 2 r B7 1C 25 11 Times 7 75 12 It 15 2 < l ii Reading I Tlino 3lta porlinr I Timestc per 11 t Time66Cc porf e J Times75c po > nc 5 Times Key r Hno 1iorllno Ont raon > 10 con 1 xy h nr over tr 2 25 e7L q < m 2L 10102C 10 50 10 80 1130 1160 si S l i M lJLe Mg < 3fo3ii PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BT THK DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY PnblJ h r and Proprietor flee of Publication Second Stbetcccn Houston ind Throckmorton ntcrcd at the Fort Worth Texas Postojjice as ondClass Mail if otter Tnte paper Is fcopt on Hie and advertlslng tee nu y bo ascertained at the office of the Aianican Scirspaper Publishers Association Tfliaple Court New York or from its XOSXEIiP r OFFICE 48 Tribune BuildingNew York W VSIITNOXOIV OFFICE Soon 21 1424 Nan York Avenue H W SPOVFORD Correspondent XA1 Eft OF SUBSCRIPTION 7G MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage rrepaid by the Publishers Pally JWeekly itT 510 ou Six iionths ffiiroe Month...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 27 January 1888

re- es snooi oi sad t t V ace eii the lebe be 3nP as iend nd ndm T h y p ar ut veil vei il ilia 1 i al le led e y r n e e e s H i PLliTP TROTH Many Are the Cells and Gravs pilled With Victims of Broken Promises of Marriage It is Always Best to Feel tne Great EespOBSlblllty in Walters of Tows and Betrothals cerft tons oC Affectlone are 2Ioro Apt to dc Fatal in the Femnlo Than In tbo Male BPOKHN TROMISES OK M UtKIAGE ccSfil to the Gazette bfouK1yn N Y Jan 22 The Rev X DeWitt Talmage D D preached this norm gthethitdof bis series of Ser to the Women of America with 12 rtnt Ilmts to Men His subject g Broken Promises cf Marriage ti ho ttxt from Judges xi 85 I have owaed my uvmth unto the Lord and I csrajt go back lie said General Jephthnh the commanderin cite of the Isiaelitish forces Is buckling on tU sword for the extermination of lte pestiferous Ammonites and looking m to the sky he promises that If God ri ghe him the victory he will put to d eat and sacrifice a3 a burnt offering tie f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 27 January 1888

r N i 5 r i It i 1 DWDOfEDIOMBAYES We must eat or we cannot live This wcnllkuow But do we sll know that we die by e Uoa It is said wo dig our graves with our teeth Haw toGllsh this sounds Yet it ii fearfully irue We are terrified at the approach of the chlera and yellow f ver yet there is a ulsere constantly at our doors and in our houses far more dangerous and destruct- ive Most people have iu their 0 7rn stomachs a poison more slow hut quite i Onft i t maladies by thous ands wx oout warning HpL the times oi great epidemics But ic fc mercy that 11 we are watchful we can ell when we are threatened The rfilnwiag we among tbe symptoms jcltfjley do not always necessarily r appear in the same order nor arW they always the same in different cases There is a dull and sleepy feeling a bad taste in themouth especially in tbe morning tbe ppetite is changeable sometimes poor and again it seems as though the patient coald not eat enough and occasionally no appetite at all dull nessand sluggish...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 27 January 1888

k ry or e ire nd ed er 50 i e 2n 3to to ti tir th 3 11 iy a II it r7 r7s Ite a e e 3 w i 1 1 t is aiS JCX nirftn rrflWrt Jr H Q5ie 1I conts 1 1 HI ICALP lavDgbecn a eu rcr for two ycara and a f frcrn a dla ee cU6ed by a b else m the t an htvli jrbeos cured by the nncCU iJiMKWLe when all tber methocs and rni jtes fal d I deem it my duty 10 r comaenfl them I visited Hot aprtngi to no avail and 6c aldociora without incccm and ut tried last eu principal druggibt Mr John P FInlav to whom I fbill CTir f el trauful Ep ke to- e about ConCTjHA and I consented to give them a trial wth the result tnat 1 am perfectly tared Tncre 1b now no sore aoat me I jnlab lean enow the largest eurace where mj iferinefl spran from of any one In the state aneCUTicCKABBMEorKS are the bett blood rnd fcln cu e man luutured 1 refer to drug cin John P Finlay and Di D C Mongoniey ot of thla place d to Dr Smith Lake Lee ALEX SNDBR BEACJI GreeftvPli > Mtv llr Beach u ed ihe Cotioura Hkmedik at oar rtquest witn res...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 27 January 1888

i II ft I15 1 U J il Her Prentice Hand She Tried on Man and Then She Made tha Lassesj 0 A Letter from a Woman AtUrn a Koine wllk na38 Sufficient Fitted Splei Minuta Descriptions of DrcEfles Olrtc tioao for Cooking Kotest Ueclpee Bear WixtfcRKi > The mistletoe that Jiangs on the parlor wall has grown dry nd I hve not found time to tell you of our Merry Christmas nor Happy New Tear or to ceavey to yen my many Wishes for your happiness snd that of hs Tectorshipj en piasant Does your liege lord indulge any clerical contempt for your giddy young friends worldly chit- chat I have some ilea o inflicting my- self upon you for the Lenten season and to endure ts a mortification the grave censure of a men who can know nothing of fashion in gowns 3 the style of his own dates back for centuries Tell nim not to bejtoo censorious I can wear ashes though I prefer those of roses You know caEhmere of that shade makes a ravishing tea gown and neither do I mind serge although he might condemn the fe...

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