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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

H tf 4 n H J tfcii i I V B AT AUMANS FORT WOPtTId ry Goods - Store Successor to the B C Evans Company A FIGURED LAWN DRESS FOR 30c m Lawn 10 yards to every customer at 3c a yard A Fancy Figured Cliallie Dress for 40c I - Lovely New Challies 10 yards to every customer at 4c a yard A NEW LINE IMPORTED DRESS GOODS ti Mired and plain China Grenaiines Bengalines Crepons Wc Goods Lmen and everything pertainii Dry Goods Clothing Shoes and For Ladies Misses Children T3oys and Men AT ine contemplating the purchase of a refrig erator should see ours before buying We can sell U a good one and it will not cost you much either orth China Co CORNER THIRD and HOUSTON STREETS YOU mm mmMf SJLp SSKS White lg nUHBH GeoitePLTmish ing Goods Line i I iLundered Shirts at 29c clgtjppirine Figured China Dress Silks 49cjaamP joOa muslin well Immdred Shirts at 2500 yards China Silks new designs at J ofin tAn j nn c i l4r W I - re Mens ShirttfjgSWa Z uuu ug utB ub ten Luese guuus jlui jess man iuc iii uugjMpmd...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

I I n fl a i S I N II 1 I a ij i j Sfc LADIES DEPARTMENT EDITED I5Y MKS 31 15 WALTOX l Publishers Notice All communications intended for this department should be addressed to Mrs M It Waitox Fort Vorlli Tex HAPPIEST ON ALL THIS EARTH 0 mothers worn and weary With cares which never cease With never time for pleasure With days that have no peace With little handa to hinder And feeble steps to guard With tasks that lie untlnished Deem not your Jot too hard 1 know a house where childish things Are hidden out of sipht Where never sound of little feet Is heard from morn till night And she the sad eyed mother What would she give to day To feel your cares and burden To walk your weary way Ai happiest on all tills earth Could she again but see The room all strewn with playthings And the children round her knee Alraa Pendexter Hayden is 1111 Thank you T have given up dancing There was nothing of the ascetic in the appearance of the speaker She was young and fair enough to enjoy all the pleas...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

UP r - t Ii I th t mmmmMS AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT uzgms T 1 STELLE EDITOR s Notice- All communications intended for this department should be addressed l STKLIE Fort Worth Tex 1 VT ARE WE TO DO teaching of the times sets it in ngcan no longer be made to the trouble is plainly trace- and monopolies working r interest of the u we to do- asks the ot iT credulously taking in - new school of na slate department of t mug sufficient importance stfy the act has printed jnation of ivhat the farmer bulletin states that the i aone by the farmer is to - at he is doing s really know what they o i lack of clearly under- k in their business and i runts of all transactions hat they were doing they u entirely able to see that are cutting a less fig- mii popularly supposed f s can be a success for u tune unless conducted - principles It is foolish- arms and proclaim that wlow the coat of happen to make ends Far better to reflect i jceu runs on the market f production with cvery j can produce it with ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

I ft 5 s fl H n u i Hi 1 le I Li M IV I i S H graph calculated to make it popular lies in the fact that every patron is enabled to do his own talking According to the Pall Mall Budget the telephone is being extensively applied to a new use in London They are putting it up in hotels and private residences extending to the various rooms and to the servants halL Comparatively little extra expense is involved as the ordinary bell wires are used without alteration A telephone mouthpiece is provided at each end and if j ou wish to summon a servant you ring the bell as usual and then speak your message over the telephone The advantage is plain It saves all the time that would be consumed in a journey to learn what was wanted This is an age in which anything calculated to save time is regarded as of much importance A popular scientific writer says the only proper time for one to eat is when he feels a craving for food Hunger is the inner admonisher that tells us when there is something want...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

hu - c1 nSSSSSalHBBiiSSB8WHiPRIBPPS JiSISSSFr s33k - v T w iTrii v - - i v vTrtyyiiiWNtiwWCJs - -- - -- i f - - - h Canton Yerveines Regular Rate Grand Sale C 1 07 In Figured Batiste lV Our Regular Rate Grand Sale CPECIAL LININGS n SaleDC Kin Ladies White aUU Lisle Ribbed Yests eeveless Worth 50c Bargain Sale -- tV -- m ifJS3 T J -- 2 - I- v- -- ttx t - 3f i Jie T - T V - 10c sale l c sale o sale If e sale K sale T a Pes Black all Silk lav DrfiTiftiv Dress Nets r j 7 ti i vnei jU 75 to 2 grade Grand Sale I Grand Sale 97e IpjAParisianRobes Si to HO regular 10 815 Pair Ladies Fine Fast Black Lisle Hose v mil rv Bargain Sale OUG Rfin Ladies Swiss Ribbed Yests - ppvelcss worla 20c each Bargain Sale 10c Ladies Swiss Ribbed Yests i Pink Blue low neck s e e Worth 50c Bargai 35c Ladies Unbleached Balbriggan Yests it sleeves worth CjC Bargain Sale 40C LADIES Percale a k mil front assorted figures orth 7V Bargain Sale 50c LADIES Satine U Shirt Ei Waists - k and front assorted stripes worth 1 ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

I I g S3 m 4 iM i i M rI fi 10 FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERT DAY IN THE TEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Prosrietors Office Corner Fifth ana Rusk Streets FORT WORTH terms OF SUBSCRIPTION ET MATT IS ADVANCE POSTAGE PAID Dally ami Sunday one year 110 no Danvand Sunday six months 5 ffl Monday Wednesday and Friday 5 00 The Sunday Gazette lfi to Si pages 1 yr 2 CO The Weekly Gazette lSpages one year 1 OH By carrier in the city and tuburbs 2a cents a week or 11 per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Gve Poslomce Address in full including County and State lr address is to be changed cite old address b well as rw The Gazltte will be sent only for the time lor which remittance is made POSTAGE Knterd at the PostofHcc in Fort Worth Tex as Second Class Matter rer the benefit of our patrons who desire to foil ingle copies of THE GAZETTE through tli mail neciie herewith the transient rate of postage Torelgn and Domestic Per Copy UlRhtaril twelve page papr 1 cent biitccu a...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

Hi 5 t tm m it r Li Si v to - jr - v I flTs pea - APID FUL sii in i lif 1 GREAT IS TEXAS 5o Says a Leading Financier of New York City -OLD TO FLOW TO TEXAS IN 1891 iDlu iio Copulation Will Quailru pir soooououo rmmiini io the tato in the ext J tu Mouths a t Mr T Edward m of the lurth national NurU has boon in Texas bemjr Bieut in looking ii unl his family have been nl unl Mrs John K Hoxie wliu h Mr Simmons pro- i 1 nf i00O0O a surplus m iiikJ net prolits of 5M04W imounting to 22000000 i striutrency this bank did -- - to c ail iu a dollar of its on i ill For live years Mr Iiri aident of the Board of Ni a York city the larpcst i 1 men in New York Un- ot his board are 4000 i HKX children The tj000mx annually Mr i one time president af the v cxcliansi Mr Simmonb - public spirit as well as for in cuts as a financier The i it MSterday in Kort Worth 1 n the jirivato office of Col presideut of the Farmers - i itumal bank rheerfully accorded - n jlie an interview speak- l Iaudidly - lour obj...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

i m i -- sr wwFBsjffppga2 12 ARE YOU AWARE That in Fort Worth you have Due of the mot famous linen drapers in the world in the person of Mr B Walter formerly of London England now at the head of our Linen Department Mr Walters ancestors for several generations back were in the linen trade He has been in linens ever since the completion of his education Hp conducted a large linen business on his own account in London but sold good linens on too close a margin He come at first with Joseph Home Co Pittsburg Pa a famous dry goods firm from thence he came to us in Kansas City Mr Walters is personally acquainted with md has bought goods from moht of the linen manufact urers in Ireland Scotland Germany and Belgium while w itli us We supplied the oates House the Midland and the Blossom hotels of Kansas City as well as many Miialler ones with linens Irom dining room to roof His dealings since Avitli us has been with hotels in St Lunis Omaha and in larger towns all over tlianid die West We ha...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

Pi ll 4 I tSa 11 o 11 1 tere Ht r s Cameron Caldwell lttl Hrenham I N Galieston North li4 171 VORTH AND M le- 40 70 itK jijif LOCAL TIME TABLE 1 FXAS AND PACIFIC eastbousd Leave llS rvo B uaiiy tj in iFD No 6 dailyirr 620a m ro ouauy tfwjjiu No 10 daily 1035am I I l ESTBOUMJ U 1 UiHIJ tfct 1 v a diilv 903 a m J No 5 daily j J So 7 daily i c No 9 daily 433pm 4 3- J RI KANSAS AND TEXAS AOBTnconsD Leave JT No it cany 7woia 0 UUUJ A EitCTTIEOUND n 1 dailv E10 p ra So 3 daily yOS a m i n CONTINENTAL irrnnotsD Leave No SMaily S4r a in Vo Sldaily 3S5a m biirnmocso o 31 daily No Kidailv - he trains Nos Band 6only stop 1 1 C Junction Atlanta i i 7view Junction Big Sandy Ki ioint Terrell East Dallas u i rtn KTH AND DENVER No 1 daily so s daily Ni 3 daily u 4 daily Leave 9 DO a m 440 p m KAUO AND SANTA TE rtiihocnd Leave lOdiily i Kuaiiy si t TIWOUND 1 daily vi y daily I Hi 111 COT TON A5 Colorado City I1H5 prlnRs Ietos Sierra Dlauca El Paso ansLOntlnontal Division Paris tlarksiille New Hoslon...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

fjy WQpri r ff agWSScgg 14 wilidaBPrthc J S I V4 Ji3T J SfSSPS ullillg vJiwnilS WeaMativrb eltiug the world at less prices than can be bought from the factories We extreme low prices for ninety days both leather and the very best rubber s for pi ices VA Huffman implement Co FORT WORTH TEXAS a k a a b m n in 9 9 BBibI jMsasfe atilifacturers of ICE We Agents for COAL FORT WORTH ICE CO Fort Worth Tex Nil i v E 0 1 sB R J W ia f m HI V IffifAEB 1 PEAK 106 HOUSTON STBEET TJVMI Siv Lani fs r i ual Iiwn llawpis Reliable G is and Gasoline Stoves Jewel Stoves and and uood Safes Scales Milkshake- etc also a complete line of House Furnishing Goods and Kitchen Movefiles uHjiTimmTj BJBJJI LfUlSKUl TD tTH BTBiniBJ BIBTB I SIKITamaitBISTRTlSKStEl n f55u3Er3sv B R If R 9 S s WIW Q aWvo5itFtSfsi w7 i ft3 JBen s mama3msk m c sdr ackekis Do yon know that a little cough is a dansreroua n thing Are you aware that it often fastens on the n lunKjwhd far too often runs into Consumption and B endjBin Death ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

fiO Arm ini Miiinnqliwx btlrUlCHl9 Tt t i ORS BETTS BETTS fHYSlCIANl SDBGEONSANDSPECIALISTS 005 MAIN STREET Dallas Tessas r 0 t widely ana favorably Known i oe I nitcd States Their long expe jj r a kaoip -lull and universal success t and cure of Nerv ous Chronic t jo a es emmes tncse eminei jr uli confide me of tlft I no iruarantee n us ND IHJSJMjfTTIUKE for i tis of cari MtfHfrja the numerous th lii WW ill uit litOOtAND SKIN DISEASES ttt i cosfiMWeK and permanently cured N EHHtf UI UlIITV AND SEXUAL D1S CJfiteP5 r JU 1 to their skillful treat tfi r 1- LA AND RECTAL ULCEUS i w iuiuul xaia ur - 1 AND VAEIOCELE iilj cured in everv case - iMjKUULA LLLET ptr - tu nai weakness Lost Manhood v n Decayed racultles Female i delicate disorU rs peculiar to p veiy curd as well as ill func n i ilulresultfromyouthful follies x i uic v PTD I PT 1 1 R r Guaranteed permanently J I II I U I UHU cured removal complete caustic dilatation Cures t i j i or patient w ithout a moment s To Young and huddle ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

TA LK STRAIGHT FROM THE SHOULDER There is not a city or town of its pize in the world where so many cheap dirty worn out -- ought to - be-cast-off neckties are worn by men as in Fort Worth Old and young men in all the walks of life rich and poor profes sional or plebian all seem to vie with each other in 1st Having the most unbecoming neck scarf and then wearing it as long as it will hold to gether There is only one reason for this viz Men buy their own neckwear in Fort Worth when in other cities mothers wives sisters and sweethearts buy them Kot one man in ten can pick out a becoming necktie he doesnt know how Did you e er know two people in con versation when the eye did not drop to the necktie and keep dropping especially if it was seedy looking Now we say to all men young and old quit the business and let some one else buy for you 11 is no economy and a terri ble give away to have clieap and rusty neckwear jjEvery bod notices it canJpielp it yourabits and fiymices are sized ftfe...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

I I Vi - -1 t uffmmmfmi EXCURSION A TEXAS LULLABY Hush fathers abroad he lias made him a camp And now lie is lying asleep With the sly for his roof and the moon for his lamp And around him are lying his sheep While over their heads in the skys azure range See the man in the moon and his sheep Sleep sleep There are sheep on the earth there are sheep in the slty lut no one can think it is When they know that the Man in the Moon has sheep And the skyland up there is his range Sleep sleep The Man in the Moon Is a herder dear And the wooly white clouds are his sheep The little lamb ran by his mother all day lie tired of his foar little feet And now he is lying bc ide her asleep Lndor the dusky mesuuite While through the blue pastures of heaven The moon man Is drifting his sheep Sleep sleep Shut up your two pretty eyes For the Lobo might come From his haunts in the hills And howl at a baby that cries Sleep sleep The Man In the Moon is a herder sweet And the woolly w hite coudsare his shee...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

3 9 I a I 3 8 1 j i 1 ft s i 4 a J IS f POSSIBLE CASE The Mystery of the Franklin the Beautiful Clipper Ship DID SHE GO UP OR GO DOWN Ingenious Reminders or the Terrible Fato of Sir John Iranliliti and or Lady Franklins Unwillingness to I5eliee Ifim Dead rV JUIE VERXE Copyrighted 1SS1 1 Capt John Branigan had kissed his wife and child a last good bye and as Doily had reached up to take her ten months old babe from her husbands arms she had seen on their ittle Wats cheeks the tears which had pone with that last kiss It was the morning or Mrrch 151S75 and the pood ship Franklin loaded with a mixed cargo for Calcutta drew slowly out of the harbor of San Diego Cant John was one of the favorite employes of the rich shipping house of William II Andrew It was to be the Franklins first voyage and Mr Andrew had made choice of Branigan to command her he beinp in the opinion of all the most trust ivorthv officer attached to the fleet of merchantmen Dolly stood for nearly an hour watehins the F...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

Ey jl sl I 1- thiillili lie iinit iinevnil lier seemed to sleep more deeply still f - -- be t rv tired she thought to P hat but she was thankful that - k tiie Hrsi and last had not k ha h Cf l sn s2id again in a whisuer adibe to herself -Forget Unorna H vatmot think of her mercifullv and lu h ecp on you have the right to an la never rest again You have given forret too then unless you can uttiUr better things of me than I have 1 71eii in vov memory her take her tLom hact it was never mine what you will forget at least the sevg i1 dul forgive the w roug you ww for you will know it -surely dj Ah love I love you so dream we dream and let me think I take her 1 f e llever loved you more than I v0 can she would not have done I lave done Dream only that 1 am r for this once Then when you vinuU W1 ol 11UC so cruelly of me I might bo she and you vour lov tfici tlt msht be she for one day in i t ad word in deed and voice in soul Dear love vou would never iM llouJ know that vou had c ovinp tho...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 24 May 1891

a A a 2 1 ri 8 THE GAZETTE FT yTOH TEXAS SUXDAY MAY 24 I PV Highest of all in Leavening Power U S XggF OCULIS tern Omorrhcea Syphilis Our stock is Spriiiir trade c I lijllll Mill I vfgijfiiiBPWto diseases of the Eye Ear AJlfcHPlffKiiroi or 5m and Main Sis 3T3 I ITM Yar UIST NOSE AND THROAT Doctor McCoy Picctal 8Bfl Genito Urinary Specialist Ft suit It j SLS ernes Piles Fistulas taM3 1 M Uretlm SKIS DISEASES and ai d oase of the ccruto unnary 570 mm ST FT WORTH TEX I F PRICE REAL kkai istt - tiii ESjk8fliBROKER no ti cxjwfrT - ivt tx ni I 1ifeUP L i Uib UiLil MUA jA zsar jujuilm T mW luujtMkaff zxwc -1 UCtiUII -- nrKJiMtfmZt dealerjBestate l or cooJKiftjawRfKTTr KZarr croive prompt at entioa AtthNiHiN Ti CASH IN ADVANCE To insure tublicaUpzjLA ttXMlj all adcrtLCHgi9KmatMTtt jnutytelpSpalitpd ity thn casli iftMic5tticre contracts oi t STEREOTYPING ivcept The Ca7ette Prepared to rill All Orders lor lusting Stereotype Ilates Too office in the city and out 0 hie their pe niatterastTOWl5s...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 May 1891

it lit or I I G I s T -S i k A 4 iihWKAT PUBLISHING CO 1 8 -8 i d and plain China Goods L Dry Goods Clothing i n laundered Shirts at -- r - HE FORT WORTH GAZETT mv jsMF mmP AT BAUMANS PORT WORTH Jlfic eaelnKu Successor to the B C Evans Company A FIGURED LAWN DRESS FOR 30c Lawn Id yards to every customer at 3c a yard Lovely New Challies 10 yards to every customer at 4c a yard A NEW LINE iMPORTEDvBR renalinesj3en len ancLdrer AT THE OWNEP OF THE FORT WORTH FOKT WORTH TEXAS MONDAY MAY 25 1801 TIM l 1 1 wa A Fancy Figured Cliallie Dress for 40c ESS GOODS SILKS galines Crepons Wool Cliallies Wliite y thing pertaining to the s and Gents Furnishing Goods Line Fine Figured China Dress Silks i inK ivd Shirts at 4ic each m 2500 yards China Silks new designs at c lsts3Pc 04c and 09c buch bargains are scarce are Mens Shirts good muslin wpnfT - - n ive sell these gooas for less than the impor i must be sold at 29c and 49c each jtation price GREAT TABLE LIKEN NAPKIN AND TOWEL SALE - Keepers hotel...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 May 1891

1 I JM tit J 3 J M n is J f t3 1 9 fa 4 H 3 r DELICIOUS Faoir all NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS nllla A Of perfect purity Lemon -I 0f great strength Almold If Economy In tholr use Rose etCrj Favor as delicately and deliclously as the fresh fruit A LiBERALIST 3EV DR HEBER NEWTON OF NEW YORK STATES HIS VIEWS ile Who Iteails Dip Sipiis of the Times Sees the to Throw Oserbuard Creeds or to Siiinlity Them Yirc May 21 The Rev Dr Ueber unuf All Saints church preached a fhun ti is inominp which is calculated to inu li dicussion in religious circles a succinct statement of his ii i views His tet was -Hold Fast in J orm of Sacred Words 1 i reverend runt Ionian said in sub- The Niccue creed is the i i J i he apostles creed Scarecli a doc- which is in dispute in he churches about us can furnish proper i lor dispute in our roomy 11 The oily affirmation in the reud is the large 3relastic i iration -I believe in one Catholic and church in jiidjre of Catholicism which ruled r Tin- ton most man in the churc...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 May 1891

m c irtf Ht T9 1 ami H piUrJS5pj v oty Depos bnn ft T A iv f i BiawraM32 afc ct I W 9HBBK i iHiiiEBiiB0iBat W - H JABJfJ5 jJBiyiiWWlWiPluErABLE itouBjS T XjIWE3k AJsrafeSflPcKiACEriSEicEin j irduti tligtiMtncTi Liver Bowels Kidneys Bladder Nervous Diseases Loss eiiuiiSiilie cotwfipation Costiveness Indigestion Biliousness Fex er Piles Etc iem less liable to contract disease DYSPEPSIA - fTLsare a cure for this complaint- They tone up the internal secretions to r strength to the stomach and enable it to perform its functions S CENTS PER BOX SjOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS t s a g O a a a 9 9 My Mill OilSTiSsSTiI KilSiliBi H Ti F 1 BiiWCT jJtJjAJLJllCk i b ljJjpliiilfT i r ii ii li i Vs i 7 hip vriril at jinces tlan ran bo bought from the factories We cvv prifs r ii m tv dajs both leather and the ver best rubber uffman V jcturers of ICE mplem FORT WORTH TEXAS Jaiiii Kjnruad nfivuwjt V- III 000 Diih ItaiOJlIC III J f2J ana -A TBflgiHffHiul Car aiiSSRFBR75 bj D C BENNETT Vioe Fresiatat nfCo Mine ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 25 May 1891

ft 1 M i ii 1 FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PDBLISH1M COMPANY Publishers and Pronrietors Office Corner Ffiih and Rusk Streets FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION BT MAIL TN ADVANCE POSTAGE PAID Dallv and Sunday one year 110 00 Daiivand Sunday six months 5 50 Mumlav V ltc vday and Friday 6 W i D- Sunday Gazette 16 to 24 pages 1 yr 2 OO 1 e Vc ly Gazette I2pascs one year 1 00 Uy earner in the city and suburbs 15 cents a wcck or Si pur month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Gne Postoflce Address in- lull including Cci nv and Mate il addisn Is to be changed give old address well as new 1 he Gazette will be sent only lor the time for which remittance is made rOSTAOK Entered at the PostoOce in Fort Worth Tex as Matter For the br nrht of our patron who desire to rend iii- copies of THE GAZLTTZ through ice mail we cue herewith the transient rate of postage Forcipn and Domestic Per Copy rfht and tvfUe prRu paper 1 cent Sileen and twenty page paper 3cent3 NOTICE At...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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