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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 December 1888

FOR TfflE LADIES A Short Resume of Seeming In- congruities that Find Author- ity in Fashions Decrees Embroidery Used With Excellent Ef- fect Fur Trimmings for Cloaks and Hats Christmas Dresses A Timely Warning for the Nuptial Season Notes from Fashion Centers Tried Recipes Etc Etc At this time the question that agitates the kindly heart of a woman is less what shall I wear than What shall I make for holiday gifts and yet the season of giftmaking and holiday fes tivities are the same so that ome atten- tion must be given to dress IJy a strange incongruity para ls and furs at present distract the feminine mind Flowers on winter bonnets and parasols with frosty skies would have once eemed the vagary of an unsettled brain but now pansies and roses nestle amid folds of heavy vel- vet and fashion approves Parasols neatly rolled either in cases or buttoned carefully are seen in the hands of stylish women the long handle serving the pur- pose of staff a la Tosea The fashion is not so sensel...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 December 1888

f kl wSgh te Wofcto tette PVBjJZSlIEj EVERY TJtlDAT BY TUB OEStOCHAT PVllZISJtlxa COMPACT PubUthtrb aud Proprietors OFFICE OP POBLICATIOK Corner of Husk and Fifth Streets ffcmaiED av the Fort Wonin Texas Post office as SecondClAss Mail Ma ee 6S flW cfcrs or commuications for TEE GAZETTE whether on Intsintss or for publication should he addressed to THE GAZETTE or DE2I0CBAT PUBLISH- ING CO Fort Worth Tex and NOT TO ANY INDIVIDUAL All communications intended for publica- tion trnltt be accompanied by the writers name and address not for publication but as an evidence of good faith Parties writing to THE GAZETTE on business personal to themselves rclllplealein tlose stampor reply RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCItlBEItS Postage Prepeid by the Publishers DAILY WEEKLY One year 10 00 I One year 1 0 ° Hi months 5 00 I Sir months 60 rhrcemonths 3 001 Three months 30 Scnday Gazette 1 year 150 C months 5100 INVAniABLY IN ADVASCE DAILY Delivered in the city by carriers at II per month Or 23...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 December 1888

1 il COTTON CROP Brieriit Prospects of Midsummer Blighted by Continuous Storms Prevent- ing Picking rhe Tidd of 188889 Placed at Throe Hundred Thousand Dales Less than Last Year on a Careful Estimate meet tomorrow by Hill Fountaino Cowill say The indefinite report of the bureau of tho factors planter Tho TEX1S CAPITOL dented the is ion panted with sr the south and > lioTirs The iuniin > w iusw < < rght jy > dnnrfeowilstnfged from that storm which nrnouiCii ujir plant was aggravated by lists in which foil during August licr Tlio picking season befen fW latter part of September and jra sertously interrupted by spells of bad tresjjber which prevailed at short lntjkrnls during October and Xo reJSbor which delayed the gathering of fftPerop and many bolls which were ma tured and ready to open rotted and de- cayed From every section of the south tho same complaint is made of cotton open In the Held ahd being damaged and destroyed by the damp weather At no period since pickin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 December 1888

Sho thei T11C CHAPTCR IX nn religious attitude which Mrs McKinstry liad assumed towards her hus- band > weak civilised tcn deuciei ua not entuely free from human rancour That strong loyal nature which had niiseed itself in lhc one idea of duty now tliat duty seemed to be no loimcr nppreuatul took refuse in her forgotten womanhood and in the in UiiiteMiiially small argu- ments resources and ma- neuvers at its command bad fowened a singular jealouy of his daughter who bad changed lier iiiaiid < nature and who bad sup panted the truditious of the household lifi > elm bad acquired an exaggerated dcpncialion of those feminine cumins uliuh had iicxt been a factor m her nwii domeIn bapincs She saw in her liiilum dt ne to mitigate the uvage jiuliiities or their habits only a weak toniession to the powers of beauty and nrtninnuMit lpgridms canities he bad net er known in their lifelotipr trugglo lot frontier supremacy that had uewr biought them t u tonotis oiitof tliatstrug ple Friz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 December 1888

I > R SCHEXCKS iT i SsT0 > 5 ULMGNlC YRUP Is the oldest and test established medicine for direct treatment of Consumption and all affections of Lungs R It ripens and loosens the tubercles gj Elds the Lungs of purulent matter P Cleans and heals the sore spots Makes new filood nn < j fleips circulation Q Prevents other deifeits of tubercles 3 Helps tho returner flesh andirit CWWwherojSfeer remediesStel encks new and the Liver and ases and cure It ation and will give organs and the laws before Sent free HEfLCKS MEDICINES Iy veoetable YflUP WEED TONIC AND MANDRAKE PILLS all Druggists mil printed direc ie Address all commani Schcnck Son Philadel ffc DMS KEPOKT A SlacKening1 of Trade Prevails at Pres- ent But tho Future Appears Full of Promise Much Uneasiness is Felt In Portions of tho South Failures in Some Districts aro Numerous The Money Market New York nee 7 It G Dun Co s weekly report of trade Reports of the condition of business note a confi- dent feeling as to the future b...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 December 1888

I w 8 loluteiy Pis re rnever varies A marvel of purity wbolcsomencss More economical ordinary kinds and cannot be sold J ion withtheniultitudeor lowtest short Sold Ottty m or phosphate powders ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO Street New York Special Edition Janurary 1 18S9 Tun Gazctte will print aspecial edition devoted to a historical review of the city of Fort Worth its various manufacturing and commercial enterprises its rapid growth and development from a mere prairie trading point to a great commercial cen- ter with railroads radiating in every di- rection and business houses winning trade from every quarter of the state The facts and figures given will be col- lected aud prepared with great care the object being to furnish a reliable statis- tical history which will not ouly be of interest to the casual reader but will also bo of permanent value to lilo as a work of reference Persons having friends and correspond- ents who are inquiring about Fort Worth as a placo of residence or busine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 December 1888

tfi i whs V V joiliB Keattcr If jca are not Uilag tkli upfr B bscrII > it rate jogue nbsrrtber ret TonrlricBlt to ttke It also htmple copies will be sent to onrcneirlthlnc to mb errlbe IT ISJCHE BEST aad Cn APSTTVEEKLT In Texts J 1 V < 5 > > T DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO FOB EOET WOETH Congressman Abbott Will Agitate the Public Building The Speaker Has Signified His Willing- ness to Bocognize Jlr Abbott to Call Up His Important Bill The Failure of the Passage ol the Tariff 111 to lie Blamed Upon the Democrats Capital Occurrences About the Tariff Sill Special to the Gazette Washington Dec 18 Should the senate refuse to take a holiday reces3 it will be a novel proceeding and indica- tive 6f a desiro of the Republicans to pass the tariff bill and throw the blame for its failure at this session upon the Democratic ways and means coiumittco This purpose Is neither honest nor sin- cere and is simply an attempt to gag the senate with a socalled tariff reduction measure and make the ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 December 1888

i I k X vS Sfe IfteJito fe rvpzisajED jirxutY tj iday jithe DuarobiLiT rvBLisnixa cosrrjjrx JPubHtherf and lroprtetort Mks Siiaw says that gum phpwUig is a Kreutaia tPTrWstlipg it ia els w jn valuablo aid Jn learning to Spit at a crack To Foraker aud Ingalls Do you Hear Doqison Tex will soon negotiate more bonds to erect a finer school build- ing for colored children With deep water with the west popu- lated with good roads and with Kast Texas furnaces in operation Texas would boom as no other state in the Union ever boomed Kvkist man who makes a home in West Texas s a contributor to East Texas lumber mills to East Texas oil wells to East Texas iron and to the state school fund Settletho west Bdt a few weeks have elapsed since California rolled up a good round majori- ty for the Republican party and now the people are clamoring for an addi- tional insane asylum They need it they need it UrPERTEX girls of Philadelphia wear stockings with their monograms em- broidered on the instep Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 December 1888

m TALPGES SERMON The Transition of the Israelites From Egyptian Slavery One of Davids Sublime Similes Fur- nishes the Text for a Soulstirring Discourse by the Famous Divine Ihouch Ye Have lain Amo ns the Pots Yet Shall Ye Be As the Winds of a Dove A Prophecy Fulfilled Special to the Gazette Brooklyn N Y Dec 1C The Rev T DeWitt Talmages discourse today was entitled Lifted from the Brick kilns His text was Though ye have lain among the pots yet shall ye be as the wings of a dove covered with sil- ver and her feathers with yellow gold Psalms lxviii 13 Ho said I aupposo you know what the Israelites did down in Egyptian slavery They made bricks Amid the utensils of the brickkiln thore were also other utensils of cookery the kettles the pots the pans Trith which they prepared their daily food and when these poor slaves tired of the days work lay down to rest they lay down amid the implements of cookery nud the implements of hard work When thoy arose in the morning they found their garment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 December 1888

L r 4 Sk mMn te r xmzisBJEm every ejrivax X > T2l6oL JZ PUBLISHING C02IPAXT XuUUliert and Proprietors Comer o u t a wl Fifth Streets EkTSIIED AT THE FOET WOKTn TEXAS POST orncEA9 SecoVdClass Mail Mattee Sr I tetters pr comviuications for THE GAZETTE whether on business or for publication should he addressed to TJIE GAZETTE orDEMOCBAT PUBLISH- ING GO Fort Woxth Tex andNOT TO A2f INDIVID UAL All communication intended forpublica tion must be accompanied by the tcriterU name and address not for publication but as pn evidence of good faith Tarties wiling to TUB GAZETTE on business personal to themselves vsillpleasem clpsestamgfor reply RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL VliSCSXIER Postqae Prepaid fy the Publlihers DAILY W ElfLY Ope year 10001 One year 1 00 Six months tM Sh months CO Three niiraths 8 CO Three months 80 Eunday Gazette 1 year 15P G months 100 KlVARIABLY IX ADVANCE DAILY Delivered in the city by carriers at 1 per month or25 cents per week CTSubscribrawishing their address cha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 December 1888

L t St r ES CAUSED BY > COLD Purine the the United Stat Jail fearful c < tCc nhysici tee Kemei Happy off lies in anat Jnfla is tbc air tabes lead PHYSIOLOGY IN BRIEF The average number of teeth is thirty twoThe The brain of man exceeds twice that of any other animal The average weight of an adult is HO pounds six ounces Thoweight of the circulating blood is twentyeight pounds A man annually contributes to vegeta- tion 1i pounds of caibon One thousand ounces of blood pass through thp kidneys in one hour A man breathed about twenty times a minute pr 1200 tunes in an hour The average weight of a skeleton is about fpnrteen pounds Number of bones 240 A man breathes about eighteen pints of air iu a minute or upwards of seven hogsheads a day The average weight of the brain of a man is three and onehalf pounds of a woman two pounds and olo en ounces Five hundred and forty pounds 01 one hogshead and one and onequarter pints of blood pass through the heart in one hour The heart sends ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 December 1888

I 6 UDDENTiY be heard a shout and the trampling of a horse The sides of the loft were scantily boarded to allow the extension of the pentup grain and be- tween the Interstices Ford without being himself seen had an uninterrupted view of the plain between him and the line of willows As he gazed five men hurried- ly issued from the extreme left and ran towards the baru McKinstry and his followers simultaneously broko from the same covert further to the right and galloped forward to intercept them But although mounted the greater distance they had to traverse brought them to the rear of the building only as the Harrison party came to a sudden halt before the closed and barricaded doors of the usually defenceless barn Tho discom- fiture of tho latter was greeted by de- risive shouts from tho McKinstry party albeit equally astonished But in that brief moment Ford recognized in the leader of the Harrisons tho well known figure of the sheriff of Tuolumne It needed only this to cap the clim...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 December 1888

d n TO 8134 euljt desk Btafi and H Ain hso Poi Pags FOt JPILJ Store Btrtf sultinjtonstipation ce for jjj giyzltzi of the poisons wh j > r blood Tiien the sufferer blood purified idney troublej Not yet bu tonic akin seys myour ti pound C gives j So innjing to or to t SeaB fcTALJiCFrHS Exbfcss accomjHbed by tIK RADRAYS Js3lS6 Bv so d ESS avoWftifcuod the ood ishing properties for the support of the rta Price 26 Cents per Box Sold byaaRaihcrsrii Vfith EADWAYS BEADY nELIEF there NO Bl Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated by the Legislature la 19CVfQTEd ccational and Charitable purposes and Unfran chise mde a part of the pressnt State Constitu- tion In 1879 by an overwhelming popular vote Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take iilaco SsuiiAnnually dune and Decansberi and lta GRAND SINGLE Nr n3Eiy VDRAWINGS take place In eacilof that othor ton mouths of the year anaare nil drawn In public at the Academy of Music New Orleans La FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of Its Drawings and Prompt ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 December 1888

r 8 iitely Pure efncver varies A marvel of parity wholesomeness More economical inary kinds and cannot be sold in with the multitude of lowtest short or phosphate powders bold Only ROYAL BAKING POWDEK CO Street New York on the new bridge and approaches fe progressing rapidly Sportsmen of the city complain of the scarcity of e ame in the country Commissioner Scott will on Saturday let contracts for building a number of small bridges west of the city An execution for some 200 issued ngainst Price Arnold in favor of J T Weddington was Wednesday levied on a carload of hay A Fort Worth statistician hays he has kept tab on the births in Fort Worth for some months past and that out of 203 births 252 were boys In the suit of Tarrant County s Mc Itemnre to recover the old jail ptoperty judgment was rendered for Tarrant coun- ty in the district court yesterday Disbursements of county funds have been heavy for the past two days Treas- urer Bratton bavins paid out 52200 a considerable portion o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 December 1888

J o To fbe Reaflcr If yia are rot ttfcla this subscribe at once rtpcr are a subscriber ret Tour friends to take It also Simple roplet nlll be sent to stir one whhlnir to sub- scribe IT IS THE BEST and CIIEAPEST WEEKLY in Texas ONLY SI A YEAR TEXAS SPECIALS Weekly Resume of the Gazettes Daily Report from All Over the State Sax AxgeloTex Dee 21 Infor- mation by wire has just been received from Fredericksburg of the fatal burning day before yesterday of the wife of Judge A WMoursand district judge of that district who at the lime was holding court at Llano Mrs Moursand was at- tending to her domestic duties and her skirts caught from the fire place and before it was possible for it to bo extin- guished she was burned beyond recovery A telegram was received hero by J X Austin a young blacksmith from San Saba Tex this evening stating that his mother had just shot herself and died in- n few minutes The cause of suicide is attributed to insanity brought on through the murdering of oue of h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 December 1888

2 Ufa IfMi ferffc vrzisnuD xrmir fxiday BT THE SJE2T0CIIAT PVBZISHIXG COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors orncn of rcBLicATios Comer of Husk and Fifth Streets ExTERED AT TUB FORT WORTH TEXAS POST opfiCb A3 SecondClass Maik Mattes XSTAll letters or commuicalions for THE GAZETTE tbhether on business or for publication should bi addressed to TITE GAZETTE or DEMOCRAT PUBLISH- ING CO Fort Worth Tex and NOT TO ANT INDIVIDUAL All communications intended for publica- tion mtst be accompanied by the xcriters name and address ot for publication but at an evidence of good faith Parties xcriting to THE GAZETTE on business personal to themselves will please in close stamp for reply RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers DAILY WEEKLY One year f 10 001 One year 1 00 Sit month 5 CO Six months CO Threemonths 3 00 Three months SO 6ckday Gazette 1 year 150 C months 100 INVARIABLY IN OVANCE DAILY Delivered in tht oity by carriers at Jl per month or J3 cents per w ek ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 December 1888

LADIES COLUMN A Budget of News and Notes Fresh from Maiir Sources Dress Philosophically Considered Hints for Toilets Wedding Fripperies and Bridemaids Pinery Many minds in many lands have been for the past week swayed by a single thought that finds expression in shop- ping expeditions audofttimes almost pa- thetic utterance in burden bearing men and women 1 Odd shaped bundles are seen and there is no surmise as to their significance They contain as much pleasure as can bo put into a parcel In addition the women have had an abun- dance of their favorite occupation of Chopping nnd have feasted their eyes and emptied their purses amid the glories of the shops that at no season aro so bril- liantly seductive as during the month of December Nor is this attract- iveness confiued to suuh exhibits as come under tho head of holiday pur- chases but on the prosaic line of clothes the counters of the dry goods merchants have their special temptations over which shoppers are wont to hover and sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 December 1888

f 4 Sfo muliiv < mXb published nrimx tjiiday BY THE DEMOCRAT 1UBZJSIIIAO COXPAXY PtiblUhtrt and Proprietors AtcoitDiKO to Gazette specials from Washington the Texas delegation seem to be acting in hearty obedience to the wishes of the people as expressed in con- vention at Fort Worth and Denver TnE Gazette yesterday sent Dick Coke his Christmas present from the people of Texas in the shape of a printed notice that Old Brains would have no Dem- ocratic opposition to his reelection Set Ross is In hearty sympathy with the needs of the people and aiy practi- cal feasible plan to give Texas a better public road system will have the gov- ernors hearty cooperation if indeed ho does not point the way himself Ediboxs invention comes too late for this Christmas but it will serve to cause many a pair of bright eyes to open in wonder hereafter if all that is said of it be true The statement is made that this wonderful man has invented a doll that will repeat phonograph fashion what is said o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 December 1888

13 Si Caused In July Great Suffe in ncr table wi Stomao Cranips How it Permanently Cured 8 wajWtcn sick while at the din rrjrfe distress inj ny stomach Before this IjjJBfefceen hearty anA strong For fourteen day JyjRcpt getting wojjft despite the efforts of Inff JSttorsi i lost tjSn y pounds and was satisfftS lt i I could livo hut a few days StorifTach ajgiLivef dompIaint resnUin inannUlpSwyii4jraolIc At thistlmc I saw Dr David HftacsJJtfSruvorite Hemedy of Rondout N Y jSitenisea and sent for a bottle I alSj > Hfor niffphysician and Wld him that I wa tfSgfto trvjlbe Favorite Remedy He ei aniKrcd prjid toQme to use it three days and let hinCSpioliKUP r 01t In thethr e davs I walked JourffailesreaRffKennedvs Favorite Remedy has V5tary MgZ W S Biker Slate Mills Ross no Remetly Itoiulout X Y Collar Sold by all Druggists AFTER MAEOH AttorneyGeneral Settle at Garland Will Washington The Senate Substitute For 4he Mills Tariff ii lll Bein Amended An Ad- dress to Senator Sherman Iho Honso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 December 1888

l mglr Seth nodded 1 on bet your life I saw im through tho winder only this after n lookin over em alone and I ouedto lay my hands on em if I had list him or his desk Audi did o added with a triumphant chuckle And you did sure pop said Unclo en with slow deliberate admiration issing his heavy hand along tho spliu cfeu lid And you reckon Seth that his yer howin of him up will break off enythin betwixt him and this yer this yer Miss Miss McKinstry ho continued with labored formality I reckon ef the old fool McKinstry dont shoot him in his tracks tharll bo white men enough in Injin Springs to rido this hightoned pizenous hypocrit on a rail outer the settlement Thats so said Uncle Ben mus- ingly after a thoughtful pause in which ho still seemed to bo more occupied with tho broken desk than his companions re mark Then he went on cautiously And ez this thing ought to be worked mighty line Seth praps on the hull you Id better let mo have them papers What I You snarled Seth draw ing back wi...

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