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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 fi...

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. — 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 sluggishn...

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. — 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 resu...

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. — 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 ferm...

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. — 27 January 1888

LABOUR WON AN EVENTFUL STOIiT nniOBOF The Romaxck of War ruck Watch Faikkr Thau a faiuy Etc Etc truth that wnst we love tangible man or woman is e who lives breathes and exists The Tie Right of Translation le ReiervcdJ CHAPTER LX THE MARRIAGE And now ive must go back a few weeks in oar narrative to where we left the In mates of Rose Cottage as It was named though a small twostoried Villa There is a glamour in love some writer tells us adding perhaps with not the tne faixy of cur own hearts the ideal tiat we have created out of our own un satsfled longing Be all that as it may MeltDle had no such thoughts and yet her marriage was c = e at hand now palcf ully close as it vr i > a contract m which her heart had no isre a degrading one she felt it to be to at last but one day intervened Melanie had not watched the papers for aome time pist as a kind of curicu3 in dolence to eveiything a kind of dumb dt = iir of her future possessed her now tut hid she seen the only paper that came to...

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. — 27 January 1888

WJfcu i i 1i 1 1I ft feuJ sg uST t fh Tlils dl crascver varies A marvel of pur ity fctranattr and wholesomencBS More econ osttcal than the ordinary tlndo and can not be with the multitude omw cold in competition test short wclghtalum or phosphate powde6 SohJtxmly in cans ItOTAL BAKING POWDEB CW lOfi IV nil street N T MteMMMfe telligence was received in Fort Worth Wehesday of the death of A B McAfee a prSttlnent merchant of Bear Cretk well knowsjin commercial circles of this city and thstate Captain J D Eeed received a telesram Irora Socorro N M Wednesday stating that his son Scott Eeed had killed a man named Dickerson In selfdefense Xater a telegram was received say In 2 that young Eeed bad readily given bail In the sum of S5000 THE RAILROADS ifort Worth has ndt gone out of the business of railroad building and this will be demonstrated within the next sixty days The Port Worth and Denver has laid fourteen miles of track in New Mxico and the Denver Texas and Port Worth has some thir...

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. — 3 February 1888

S ml DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY TBS OAZBTTXl Jtew ABlTB QlBa I tzocej Xi E3 U3LAT > TSC Mi and Fii or LetEferytiflflyTafcelt We Ihave decided to frabstitato toll REDUCTION m PRICE for the old plan of distributing free premi ums by lot believing it will prove mori satisfactory as it will benefit a greater number This mites which is acknowledged to be the theTil ALSO THE IN Til er nomcmDor it is Only 1 a Ycri s All Postmasters aro authorizsc S fo fake Subscriptions to whom eaLiberal Discount will bo allowed In cheapening the price of Ths Webi it Gazette it is the determination to im prove in value to all classes of readero Among its attractions will be Serial Stones bt rxMoua author Talmages Sermons in xach zssttk Fashion and HousetioEilDeDlED in zachissubj CoiMeaflSCoirecIartetBeprii IN JUCH IflSUBJ Happenings in All Farts of the State IN EACH ISSUE J DomooHo and Foreion Nows b T6teflaph mKACHXBStn INTELLIGENT DISCUSSION OF AU CURRENT TOPICS Thk Weekly Gazette will be made i full...

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. — 3 February 1888

A eick n atU ti liB r tnQBt QBtLsb 2 h 3SUfcfoj tgsawite PUBLISHtSb EV11RY FRIDAY BT TPK DEMOCHAT PUPLISHING COMPANY PubltthMS Klil Ir > vlefo > t fceof 1 + iMeatioa bccond iibXi3ten Houston lid Throckmorton > ntered at the Fort Worth Texas Postoffice as endClass Mail Hatter Tills iiaper kept ot Ole and advertising tea may bo ascertained at tho ofilco of the laerlcsn Jienspxier Publishers Association Temple Court New York or from Its HSaSTERW OFFICE 48 Tritune BulldingSea Tori XVA JimGTOTS OFFICE Room 21 1424 Kew Tori Avenue IT W SPOFFORD Correspondent < TES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO HAIL SUBSCRIBERS rcttage Prepaid by thl Publishers Dally Weekly a rear JIO 001 One Tear SI 00 tlxHonths 5 50 Sis Months 60 forte Mentha 5 001 Three Months 10 ICHDAY Gazette 1 yr 150 6 months J100 IKV1BIABLT XH A3VAMOS DRLITBRBD BY CAERISRS P W k 35 e nU GSJSubserlbeis wishing their address changed from one postofflce to anothar must CiTeQieoia address as weUai the aewortha ttinge cannot be made All...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 3 February 1888

m 3t le ir N m a t IILLIONMIFBIIBIRS A Look at the Croesuses of Many LandsSoms Curious Roths childs and Their Hobbies A Dnke Who Sets Fifty Dollars Ever Minute and a Marquis Whoso Rents Equal 2000000 a Tear How Nobility rollowi Wealth Tba Richest Men of Itatila Worth ana Bis Millions 3Iade In Ifancj Dresses Copyrighted 1633 by the Author special Correspondence ot the Gazette Washington Jan 25 The Roths childs are said to be the richest family in the world They have bsnks in the lead ing capitals of Europe and kings and governments are among their customers The Puis branch oi the banking Arm is said to keep a capital of 300000000 at its command and haidly a war is begun in Europe for which the funds are cot famished by this family Still five gener ations ago the blood which now rules these millions was selling old clothes in the Jewish quarters ot Frankfort on the Mam and when Madison was President the first Millionaire Rothschild died leav ing only S5000000 I once visited the home o...

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. — 3 February 1888

m V I a t t I i DEW = 7 this Disease that is Gomini Up Us x thief at night it steals In upon us res The patients have pains 7 tl 5 chest and sides and sometimes t r ipfc They feel dull and sleepy = t < h has a bad taste especially in IV talornlng A sortoX sUcky slime col r j about the teeth Tne appetite is r There is a feeling like a heavy 1 on the stomach sometimes a faint A one sensation at the pit of the stom whlch food does not satisfy The are ounKen the hands and feet Be cold and clammy After a while iph sets in at first dry but after a v months it is attended with a green colored expectoration The patient ilstirld all the while and sleep does J seem to afford any rest Alter a t I becomes nervous irritable and Smy and has evU forebodings There gMdlnes3jafl0rto1 whirling Benga li in the heaUwhen rising up suddenly 0 bowels become costive the skin is and hot at times the blood becomes 2l and stagnant the whites of the ls become tinged with yellow the and high colored deposlt a...

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. — 3 February 1888

HAVE YOUASKIN DISEASE If so there li no system ot treatment that offers the cotUlnty ol euro end economy of ttmaust money as do tho CrjrierjRA Bkhe tKS fWe will tf nd frco to sny sufferer How to Care Skin DlEcac 64 pages 50 lllastra t ocb and 100 tertlmonlaU every one ot which rcocats this story I uave been a terrible sufferer foryearB from dlicascs of tho ikln and blood have been obliged to shun publlo pltces by reason of my disfiguring humors have baa the best physi cians havo spent hundreds of dollars and got so relief until I used the Ccticura Kumcdus which have cured me and le < t my skis as clear and bUod as pure as a childs COVERED WITH SALT KBEUM Cbjjchra BhMKViES aro the greatest medi cine 6b earth Had the worst case of Salt Ihonn DClhls oonntry My mother had It ttrentt yearsl and in fact dled wrth It I bo llcvo eerier would havo saftd her life My aims Wast andhead wejo covcrcd for tbre jcar whlc > nnttilng relieved or cured until I need tbeCirnctJBMfK solvent Interna...

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. — 3 February 1888

Ui Ill rtr corner f the lolty door ot Mrs Chilllngtons residence in Piccadilly a handsome and < we ilappolnted open carriage was stand ing as Lonsdale drew near on the op posite side ot the way by the pavement hst borders the northern side ot the fen Park He perceived in an Instant t its occupants were Melanie her nd Amy Musgrave and LordDOyey ently bent lor the Row and the car > he also saw was not that ot Mrs jngton with its pretentious costs rtal but was Melanies lor on the Is was a widows lozenge small and st charged with the Braybrooke and the liveries were yellow and S 3 two seemed in excellent spirits he carriage bowled away west to s Apsley honse v at Amy should seem joyous and full raelty with town and all the bap s and change it brought her was ral A lively girl she was always y for anything so wby not lor a bit rk with this old fossil who was i oe Melanie or was it on Mrs Ungton Amy tared little if it y so i elaniefi smiles and good spirits j La upon Lonsdale but sh...

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. — 3 February 1888

Divinely Ordered Dissimilarity the Attire of Man and Woman Which Must be Observed Effeminate Ken and Masculine Wo men Repugnant A ClastlSanctioned by Neither God nor Fashion Fashion One of the Most Petent at Re formers and One of the Vilest of Uinrpera According to Bow It la Used DOMINION OF FASHION Special to too Gazette Brooklyn N Y Jan 29 The Rev T DeWitt Talmage DD preached to day In the Brooklyn Tabernacle the fourth of the series ol Sermons to the Women ol America with Important Hints to Men The subject ol the sermon was Dominion of fashion and tho test was from Deuteronomy xxli 5 The woman shall not wear that which per taineth unto a mm neither shall a man pat on a womans garment for aft that do bo are abomination unto the Lord thy GmI Dr Talmsgesald In this the fourth sermon of the series of sermons I wish those who hear to bear in mind that I take into consideration not only those whom I have before me on Sabbath days but the wider audience opened through the printing press...

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. — 3 February 1888

f m V X + Absolutely Pure w w ww nts powaer never varleB A marvel of pur 1ty strength and wholesomencss More econ 4 omlcI than the ordinary kinds and can not be 40t sold In Competition with the multitude of low iestaBort weight alum or phosphate powders Sstd cmlyinccmt EorAL BAKING ToWDEK Co 106 Wall street NY PoBltiveljrCJaxed thosoEJtjle Filial They alsoTfdrroDl Cress from Dyspepsia Indigestion and V Eatlng A fectT if Sr Did ness Bausen Drowsl Tasto In Houth Coated Tonguef ferfetho Bide TO PID LIViUt c They regulate the Bowi Had preventJOcipstlpatlon and Piles T Thd jEnaHesfimd eaMeit Jtake Only one pill rrico 53 fJw FurelgTegrtablo cents 6iIZZ89JinS CO Prcpri Bt7 Yi LOCALETTES Doc H A Lswis a wellknown citizen 2fcf Grapevine has been confined to his time by illness Ijujom some I F Smith J E Tilman and A J Xukens of Wabash Ind arrived in Fort Worth last night and will spend several days here The gentlemen came to pros pect especially with a view of locating a furniture and screen ...

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. — 10 February 1888

I I THE OAZBTTZl gH Ihl Political Ira al Fail flrjTi Let EvervlioflY Take 11 We have decided to substitute thi REDUCTION IN PRICE tor the old plan of distributing free premi ums by lot believing it will prove mort satisfactory ss It will benefit agrevtfi number This mate which la acknowledged to be the > ena Happeuinga Dcmestio ALSOTHE Cheapest Newspaper IN TCI3 3S A limit it initiate All Postmasters aro authorized ssSlo lako Subscriptions to whom a waLiberal Discount will be allowed In cheapening the price of Thb Webe lt Gazette It Is the determination to im prove its value to all classes ol reader Among its attractions will be Stories BT FAMOUS ATJTHORl Talmages Sermons IK XACH I 3US IK KACHI6SUS IK EACH ISSUBJ in All Parts of thi State IN EACH ISSUBJ end Foroinn Teleqraph Ncwi t Nxachibsuk 3NTELLIQENT DISCUSSION OF ALL CURRENT TOPICS Thb Wxsklt Gazette will bo made lull nd complete newspaper for sll whe have not time or Inclination to pore ovo the pages ol a daily and the cons...

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. — 10 February 1888

h A n > 41 A life ftelto fcelte PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BTTHK DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors OJIceofrublication Second txUbetiotcn Houston and Throckmorton Entered at the Fort Worth Texas Postofflct as SecondClass Mail Mattel This paper Is kept on file and advertising Sites may uo ascertained at the office of the ajisrlcin HeirspapeT Pobll uers Association Templo Court New York or from Its 33A8TEKN O fICJS 48 Tribune BuOdlngSea Jerk WASHINGTON OFFICE room 21 1424 New Tork Avenue H W SrOFFORD Correspondent RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid bg the Publishers Dxllr Weoily One Xetr 710 CO I One Tear II 03 Six Honini 6 60 Six Months 60 XhreeMonths S 001 Three Months iO Sunday gazette 1 yr 150 6 months 100 mvABIABLT IS ADVAItOX DELIVERED ST CARRIERS tit Wttk 35 esnti eUStibaerlbera wishing their address handed from one postoflce to another mast 1T8 the old address as well as tho new or the change cannot be made All Postmasters In tho Stato...

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. — 10 February 1888

i 4i IAS I h THE VEIL OF MODESTY The Pleasures Renounced by Queen Vashti for a Principle More Regal than Kings Drlren Forth In Poverty and Knln and Yot to Receive the Applause of Future Generations Tho Ncmti ot the Wives of K1db nie With Them a Great Mans WittM Name Xlves Alwnji Special to the Gaictto Brooklyn N Y Feb 5 The annual pewlettlng In Brooklyn tabernacle has nst taken place and tne rental exceeds all previous years For the best pews 500 8600 8700 and 800 were paid But parts of the house are kept free so that no one can truthfully eay he cannot attend church here for lack of means If this immense structure were twice as large it would not contain all who de sire to worship here By the time the service begins the streets are blocked with people going away The Uev T DeWitt Talmage D D the pastor preached this morning the filth of a Series of Sermons to the Women of America with Important Hints to Men His subject was The Veil of Modesty and ht3 test Esther i 12 The Queen Vasht...

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. — 10 February 1888

pi tttfornaUotag general intera apensatcd lenly communication V ff Inch trao ut rmea aaca t 61 nae time MonsM > o display r either ed Aay virtu bipt Te iflai c tjpoa > Tex t eesur = m DIGQURGBAYES Heat or we w wecannot live This fiat do we all know that ME It is said we dig our pAT PUBLISHth our teeth How foolish this nbU8hrr nd Pr W Oie jt ja fe6rJnUy true ubUeation secondtHhe approach of the cholera Tocbnortsn C > i at the Fort JTojIow fever yet there Is b disease Vast Mail Mallet Malletitly and = itly ttt onr doors in ivlT la more dangerous and fiestruct y bo asccrtalm iSenfiaptrPtoj peopie fcftve in their OITO New c r pie Court Lgrjij3imf hs a poison more slow but quite xriune JiuUn as the germs of those maladies Into eternity by thous IIcsc swecp men 1424 Aew vlthout warning In the times ol sroFFQRVpldemle3j Bnt lt i3 a mercy thatl TES OF SUre watchful we can tell when we ro ziail sqreatened The following are IlOagt Prtpaid Diiiy s06 symptoms yet they do not ami lonths...

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. — 10 February 1888

I MJI f Have You a Humor of Skin or Blood T SO THE CUTfCUPA REMEDIES WILL CURE YOU lw B Induced alter all other remedies bad tailed to use tho CirrKuniliKMfcDiLScnmy boy lour years of ago who had tunning tores trom h 8 thighs to the end ot bljtos The nails tell off His arms and face were alco cov ercd and he was horrible elzht The Cun vliiiAVoodCi TuuBiSOAi were all that I used Twpdayisifter ihel u e wc con d soo a change for u belt ind In six weeks tho child wat perfectly vt cfi > I wi hen IiRcced to try item further as my vrife fcid wait we termed dry taflp tetter or i83rlasH for fifteen years ojwfXtrfcd eyery thing iliat Efefayd git holcuaUEend iskcav the Hdkeor ttio < tftpjnesfbt tho profcsrtpn bat all In TilnWffS4 11 over her body 2 > n all over herJ > imLnf co She used bojpcne OiiuTtia and two casterW > < iMccwvSou and la uuo week from ilT liae the began tnelr usi 1 conld se change for tho better It Is now nearly one year sti cetsno stopped using thu utk t iu...

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. — 10 February 1888

tcond tL A w ff to j2atest Hints in the World of ion The Appropriate Thing iSHflt the Appropriate Time nd Vt uUdk ton goods for early spring are new f said be jams are more elegant C03tly than any colored cottons prc rnsly seen Many of them arc woven Hlace stripes and allover lace patterns i new ginghams are as soft and line ilaffs silk and clostly simulate in the qualities a silken fabric The old qked and barred reserved i patterns are J oo Jlmple dresses Fine checks in black Ljl white pure indJgo bine nnd white JTure and white and gra7 and white ere ys in demand lor summer morning 1B 9 with trimming of white embroid Tho lacestriped and floured glng are seldom seen ia these con j niotol patterns They are saown in fi colors in stripes oi various sizss and L sin goods lor combinations or for cos ltfira c 1 strpes of two widths or solid jsyihit3 of hairline stripes or plain jiods J Much has been written of the tea ramn and its beauty and comfort has ven it sufficient importance to eng...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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