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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 December 1888

id thariny CHEST > ns lammatio bmaliLi of th Jas L BowfS iatnes CelenSbm a Nerve Jobiir In fjtsap changi lis stcaacB ittfsLr Kae T of tho systeftysft 1ell my friends if sfel CC4sy Compound Sold by by Wells KiCTtARDSosi Co Burlington Vt far the Aged Nervous Debilitated mm 8S mm RCAMQI 3 RADIAYS READY RELIEF THE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE I N tcx < n 3HH bs thq most terer cause kii f remedy the great iOKP PA SPEAINSj Dm SAEttCHE TQBTKACHE or any others oagie caiwstottte pain to NEURALGIA LUMBAGO d cannot be egeellcd y case a shxic bdgle My nerTou < g s3 entaHy the resultfljr affeiaxji 1 liver aril the wfjSle onderiililwnvisorfcL hI haveWen Vm 1p EixforSa Prepared only IATICA PAINS IN THE TMtsKAUiv more are necessary All INTERNAL FAINS DIARRH03A DYSENTERY COLIC SPASMS NAUSEA FAINTING SPELLS NERVOUSNESS SLEEPLESSNESS are relieved instantly and quickly cured by taking inwardly 20 to GO drops in half a tumbler of water With RADWAYS PILLS there Is no better CURE or PREVENTIVE OF FEVER ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 December 1888

> 8 6 varies A marvel of purity iblesomeness More economical jpdlnrfry kinds and cannot lie sold In SLHrfth themultitudcof lowtest short XK phosphate powders Sold Only JtOYAL BAKING POWDER CO let NeWYorfc ffiearty Mlne Aper ct resjsay for Dlzzlj m tc rnsea DrovrslJ 3 Bad Taste In the Kouth Coatedtecuaigaln In the Side TOH D LI EE c S2ey regulate the BoweIr pn fat Con Spatlon nod Piles Thi Gazette a radish weighing four pounds It is a fine sample of Tarrant countys iroductiveuess Al Hicks and Miss May Comes were irrested and thrown into prison last Fri day lato in the day Hicks gave bond and was released The woman still lan- guishes behind the bars W F Blivens of Grapevine was rolled for his wallet iu the Bloody Third on Thursday night It contained SO iu cash fld somo valuable papers including tax ipts Ho thinks a negro robbed him puty Sheriff Maddox spent yesterday p country looking up some fifteen or attached witnesses wanted in le to testify iu the celebrated ease ate of Texas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 July 1889

ONLY SI A YEAR r feE3 ONLY 51 A YEARp DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO WITH TWO HEADS One at Each- End of the Body Wonden -Alive -with no Indiea tibiis of Dying- t B TEw fta L JL - A I Bam mm9 Vggtr J V r Check on Fort Worth i GKl The Jloro Remarkable than tbo Siamese Twins One Half May bo Sleeping while the Other Is Lying Awake Cincinnati Enquirer Fraxkfort Ixd June 27 TJn l doubtedlyone of the greatest and prob- ably the strangest wonders in the way of human birth now in existence occurred Tuesday night The parents of this curious freak of nature are Mr and Mrs Jones -who live about live miles north of Kempton in Tipton county They are young married folks probably about thirty years of age and this is the mothers second confinement the first child being two years old and nothing abnormal about its development Your correspondent visited the Jones home yesterday He found the house crowded with curiosity seekers no less than one hundred persons having visited the great center of attraction dur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 July 1889

m r -ft - wy Bit lilfe fete 1UBZISILEZ JZrJEItY TJTUltSDAY ET THE Djcraroojffr jpuuxisiriiG cojlpajtt PubligJiers cmd Proprietors John Wjlkamaker said in a prohibi- tion 6peedht God will count tbo Pro- hibition votes It didnt take Him long to get through Secretary Noble says he has not hoard a profane word in a cabinet meet- ing Of course not The cursing is be- ing done on the outside c Get together yells the New York Sun to the Democrats Get a club when you see the Sun coming your way would be better advice The trouble the government is now having with the Flntheads is a small thing compared to the trouble it is always having with the Hardheads The Henry George party will go down the bay from New York in a small tug to meet their leader and give him a proper reception on his return from Europe Tire gentlemen who kicked at the cost of improved streets in Fort Worth some years ago no doubt confess the value of the streets In suoh spells of weather as the presont You see tho real trou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 July 1889

if - Vfl t y i ufp - THE GfiAED EINALE The Palace Closes with the Largest Attendance of the Season Professor Hecker Produces His Grand Peace Jubilee jFive Hundred Chil- dren Siiiff in theQhorus r - Gold Badse Presented to President Paddock A rnrse Filled with Hundred Dollar Bills for Gen Cameron The first Spnng Palace has closed and uuder a most favorable attendance and in the midst of great popularity Des- pite the machinations of the envious the unjust discrimination by certain rail- roads and the frequent rains unusual at euch a time of the year although neither Harrison nor Diaz attended al- though Talmage was kept at home by his sick f family the first Spring Palace thatrthe world has ever known was financially and otherwise a brilliant success Secretary Post states that the attendance has been more than one hundred thousand an average of more than three thousand per day- This pilaee was constructed under greater difficulties than any enterprise which has ever been completed In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 July 1889

Gm v 3423 T fe tiMiito > mttt PUBLISHED JSVJEJtX TUJTHSDAY BY THB DJSHIOOJLAT PVJILIBUXXG COMPANY Publishers and Proprietor RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers DAILY WEEKLY One year no 00 Six months 0 CO Three months 2 CO I One year SI 00 Six months W Three months 8 Sunday Gazette lyear 1 DO 6 months 100 IKVAHIABLY VS ADVANCE DAILY Delivered in the city by carriers at 51 rer month or 25 cents per week ASSubscribers wishing their address changed from one postoffice to another must give the old address as well as the new or the change cannot he made ALL POSTMASTERS in the State are author ised to take subscriptions to THE GAZETTE LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Write ii terms and sample copies REMITTANCES by draft check postofficc money order or registered letter C3n be sent at cur risk All other character of remittances at tenders risk Silver can be sent In registered letter All checks money orders etc must be made parable to THE DEMOCRAT PUBLIS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 July 1889

Sianoard Prai aCIi Cetins 8 y ov Half o Century very Trial CURE Ii ige fi Sour Stomach Heart Lam ITpligpy Colic and all diseases cf UjC stlfenach Costiveness Inflamma iamicea and diseases cf the bow w gestion Biliousness Nausea Hfcdas e Giddiness Nervousness Liv- er ciatitamt and all diseases arising bom a gorged and sluggish liver They regige congested conditions break up vStotttpSm complications restore free action to the organs t They are eff Vegetable Strictly Reliable l and Absolutely Safe t r Ealo by oil Dru gista Price 25 cts ppr box pes for 65 cts or sent by mall postage free oa rufflUpt of price Dr J H Echonck Sop PhiladV OSGOOD U S Standard iOALES SE5T05TEHL Paid Fully Warranted 3 Ton 35 Freight ersi7 < s proportionately low Arenasvrell paid Send f JiLcatroKU Address II WKr35ARi > Genl Agent Peliaa tlexa Encuiae Boilers Mills Gini Beltine da merifcfefci the COTTON BL003iL g lf P Scr and Cabinet Condenser CSSoeautIful sample Clean seed Never Choko or treat the roll BA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 July 1889

< ia Ira n r M 6 tu Qd water to X SsA PAIR OE ROGUES A STIERING EOilANGE KTS setto but you see Im affair upstairs Promised my Dei ir wooing and then I 11 go down town n return to my oar like the galley e om that I am But before we go tell u know that thickset old fellow beard sitting in the corner dont turn your head A l > 1fe 5 > g this way Ive OP NEW YOKE 2JX HOJiACE XOirXSEND Copyright 1SS9 by S S McOlure IN THREE PARTS PART I CHAPTER I BKFOKE THE BALL The air of Delmonicos cafe was thick with the smoke of countless cigars and cigarettes above the clatter of china and the tinkle of glasses rose the confused roar like the crash of pebbles on a surf beaten shore of a multitude of voices every table in the large square pillar divided room was occupied and every- man seemed to be talking his loudest at- one and the same time But as they vrere attending to their duties the waiters could hardly make their way be- tween the tables so crowded were the passaseways with men in eve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 July 1889

EGZE1A CAN BE CURED The 3Iost Agonizing Itching Burning nndBIeetiing Eczemas Cured Eczema in its ivorst stages A raw sore from head to feet Hair gone Doctors and hospitals fail Tried everything Cured by the Cujicura Eemedies for S6 I aa cured of a loathsome disease eczema in 1 ort stage I tried different doctors and I n through the hospital butall to jjo purpose TLc disease covered my whole body from the t n cttny head to t he cle8 of inyjeet My hair t me but leaving tae a comiffkxaw sore A -Lying everything I heard oiyourCuTi c 2 vibdies and after using fcreo bottles of r -a Resolvent with CcTiccKAhd Cxrty c -oaf I findmyself cured atthecost m a I would Je without iite Cr rinrriBe R- ir dies in my houiSsgas I find Jem useful dtfc l j j ui tJ1OfcC is 4ue omJ ZMX uioou medicine IriAAC K GERM A 3Iosr Vond T lre had a mostwondejK CC7 th i 1 itlJL js if or eve yea I had it i 9 ihf s t tffl - c ffSftrJS bl c c er tort I was unaole hands for over of remedies and nd 1 rtf MlH 1M kVW ww St4...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 July 1889

Wfl f I 41 St i2 X lp Jfeic the ml Pre lti 11 o tv wc i rfl - umuv 3 v Positively Gorod hyg B JlPTFlii tussjLitlo Pills j gSWt y Eating Aper l HIm MsT 8 Jemedy for Dizzi j ifc pgJWSiaB fjj neSKausea WEf8lMIle3S Bad Taste In tneej JS Jate3TjPaIniiitlioSIdoTOB i Pig HVK TBsy regclato tho owej 1 03 proveM Constipation and Pile3 TheH iHjUe3t fiftSfeadegt to take Only ono pIl flH wJse lyegetable Price 25 cents j HOW WE GBOW Postoffice Statistics Show Fort Worth tto be Growing Sapidly Flffures for the Quarter Ending June SO 1889 anaior the Same Time In 18tf8 Postal Clerko Paid Here- Nothing bo clearly indicates the growth of a city up to a certain point as the bus- iness done by the postoffice The sales of stamps indicate the amount of busi- ness done and the number of people in a city and when compared with statistics covering a like period in a previous year show the increase in business and popu- lation If Port Worth continues to im- prove as it has recently done it will not be long un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 July 1889

To tie Reafler ifTonercnottsklnrthls at once iVr subscribe n tch are a subscriber set friend totateltalso te J crtic copies nill be sent niT one wlsblnc to snb J IT IS THE BEST t3 cnEAPEST WEEKLY fji Tcxa s ONLY SI AYEAR of a colored Republican organization their own They say that by so doing thev will insure the success of the next national Democratic ticket which will teach their white brothers the lesson that the colored man cannot be ignored with impunity M W Mann of Brenhnm is here it is earl to try for the Galveston collector fhlp but he findsWright Cimey stilt in- > field The national banks chartered are Vernon National bank A M Brittoh prudent capital 100000 Farmers Nationalbant of Henrietta J hn G Jum president canital S50 c CONDITION OF CATTLE An Agent of tho Government BnreauGIves the Result of Ills Investigations St Louis Mo July 3 Richard Johnson of the bureau of animal indus- try was in St Louis today and to an Asc > > riatod Press reporter said have for the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 July 1889

U > nl heslti lit C3J 3p L ° ie j i Sftejto PUSZiSHHDEVERY TICUILSBAY v BY THE DEXTOCSAT FTZDZZSHIXG COMPACT Publishers and Proprietors B w ft i tmammwmmm ni = < ilia mmmm Thb enfranchisement of the negro was a crime Ills protection m the enjoyment of the ballot now that ho has it ia a duty UxcxE Jza x announcement JRusk makes the grave that Texas fever among cattle 4b an actuality Uncle Jerry would do better to confine himself to driving a hay wagon than to go talking of things he knows nothing about Tide Chicago InterOoean wants the South tSput behind it the questions that brought qn the war But how can the South nrfl those questions behind it when the IntafOdtean and its ilk are oontinually putting jbhem before it Gentle spirit tell us How It yjfJfBS a pretty good nerve for these Republicans to blow about the way tariff reform was snowed under in the last election when everybody knows the Dem- ocrats got a majority of the popular vote But rtfb a Republioan of his gall and y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 July 1889

+ VCp C vJi 3 J = < V ltfWA W fV V9 H iM a i RUSH OP WATERS The Trinity Biver Bottom Sub- merged for Two Miles Two Lives Said to be Lost Great Dam- age to Railroad Property and Crops Loss of Stock The Broken Sewer In Dallas CausesFurther Dainasc The BenbrSok Bridge Gone A West Fork Blso Coming From Thursdays July 4 Daily Sever before was the splendid location of Fort Worth so appreciated as at pres- ent Truly she is a city on a hill and th < adamantine rocks are her foundation Tupday night when about 8 oclock it 1 jrau to rain no one imagined that bo f rt morning the water to the east and E rth would be two miles wide aK i that hundreds of thousands of d tar would be lost to the peo < ii tins and adjoining counties ii u the rain however continued una I t for hour after jfour people began t think of those wJio had built houses a pitched tcnts in the river bottom n rth of the Trinity and on the low land ei st of Fort Worth At1 oclock the in its banks but the r vor was still e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 July 1889

f SH ife F = 3 u BrI5 the mi rmiZlSILEJD EVERY THURSDAY BY THB DEMOCRAT FVRDISHJNG COMPACT l > ubli7ier and Proprietors RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers DAILY WEEKLY One year 10 OOjOneyear SI 00 Six months 5 SO Six months CO Three months 3 00Three months 30 Sunday Gazette lyear 1 50 6 monthsSi 00 INVARIABLY E ADVANCE DAILY Delivered In the city by carriers at 1 per month or 25 cents per week Sabscribers wishing their address changed from one postoflice to another must give the old address as well as the new or the change cannot be made ALL POSTMASTERS in the State are author- ized to take subscriptions to THE GAZETTE LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Write for torms and sample copies REMITTANCES by draft check postoffice money order or registered letter can be sent at our risk All other character of remittances at senders risk Silver can be sent Is registered letter All checks money orders etc must be made payablo to THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 July 1889

tnF 601 Main I tv x Standard Pr CJTvE Indigestion i Century a Half ecrafrial Stomach Heart L ro FiatulerliCXfHc and all diseases cf t e stomach jsapsfivencss Infiamma 31 Diarrhoea Sl diseases of the bow f jCoagcstiotfB Biliousness Nausea IIt3 cnfjj dj ess Nervousness Liv C pkunjpnd all diseases arising ftnd sluggish liver They ed conditions break up complications restore free ion to the organs They are efable Strictly Reliable Absolutely Safe all Druggists Prico 25 eta per box r f cts or mnt bv mall postage free oa f prico DrJHScheBckSoaPhUada DSS BETTS BETTS Street > ility Spermatorrhoea ual Losses Night Emis 3 Sleeplessness De ory Confusion of Ideas Depression of Spirits asily Discouraged Lack istlens LTnfit for Study or life a burden SAFELY PRIVATELY CURED TTTTV Diseases JSIULLS Syphilis a ile in its results completely the use of mercury Scrofula Sores Blotches Pimples Head and Bonos Syphilitic and Tongue Catarrh Etc CURED WHEN OTHERS J Kidney and BladderTroubles l Weak Back B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 July 1889

5 rn V V T o ure and after a letter which havo oxplained doubts we waited as wait for his return noanswer came Tho young wife found hersfclf likely to become a mother and I wrofo this also though without her knowledge to the wanderer whoso whereabouts I only knew This time an answer Aid come only it was addressed to her and not to me In a few curt cruel sentences he disowned her and the child which was to be born and told her iwshe should never see his face again mal V uat letter was her death warrant She j < 3ecded iu a few weeks after but before her rzXe th sho give birth to a son who has never known either father or tcei Dut nes uad to ake in their = l nfcto wBUG the love of a foolish old woman eoita feeWem it was my fathers story you Mi V W 1 A PAIR OE EOGUES A1STIKEIXG ROMANCE OF KEW YOEK IN OUR DAY 1 > > rr nojiAGJs xowusekd Copyright 16S9 by S SMcfJlure IN THREE PARTS CHAPTER V ATJXT JtaNK TKIXS A STOKY Therevvas an abundance of liffht heartgaSjoIhty and gaiety at th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 July 1889

THE MARY CECILIA BRMOLD 4tt tl een oured of tho worst Eczema 113Vr > en by the doctors vrho > ated Her ol < lisease l skin V n liea l to feet a mass fVpUi physicians a medical collegp and 1 fall Oared by Caticura ici vfl i < TO LC t v E ol sr xlTL remedies edies tie raughter Mary Cecilia Brunold was 1 with the wort case of eczema ever seen v > t tors who latated her jShe was liter r ed from b d to foot wmi ncab s These ans tried tRoir best to cure her TmtoXjbc h were only exp rimejfting They kctot r menting for over ten months but JS jetting better the child got worse ami I now what course to pursue My wife j erwc had paid all yfc could afford treattnent to a Trtedical college cere corae twenty or thirty doctors but the case baffled themajl My go ev y day and sonietirafie twice a the rjycine they gaTafmy child even if sifere wog any TDJ < tf < are an ITftfOlllt J RrarEVSocond Vice rder of anuarstojtftor nd5 tpndy 3392a to fep hat my 3 well to corner i hold us th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 July 1889

icaJtli cose S3 rur rmHi f i ° ifnTTm arrnn HE Ibcso littlo PHIa TLyalso relieve D from Dyspepsiai gestioa and Hearty Eating Aper feet remedy to Dkzl ness Nausea Drowsift L ness Bad Taste in the anguo Pain In the Side TOR They regnlato the Bovri Constipation and Piles id jdiest to take Only one pill 3x22 ely Vegetable Price 25 cents 223 233ICIS3 CO Prcpn Hew Y < setrm asBKS s s R XEXAS SPECIALS Weekly Resume of tlie Gazettes Daily ffteport from All Over tlie State Carroxlton Tex July 3 On last night an3 to day we have had one of the heaviest grains this year The ground is covered with water everywhere All the little oreeks are full and booming A big rise in the Elm Fork is expected soon Small grain will be badly dam- aged Tjut little of it is threshed The corn crop is far beyond any former season Brownwood Tex July 5 The Fourth of July passed off rather quietly there being no general celebration Late last night the boys were firing the anvils on the court house square about 11 oc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 July 1889

l To the Reader Tho honor Ss r irio SeKsliJnff to sub IS IT IS THE BEST d CHEAPEST WEEKLY Texas 0NLy SI A YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO QUEER USES OF WOKDS Mrlous Expressions Peculiar to the North and South Cbsutauquan It seems the most natural tiring in the nrld tor a Southerner in calling another person to say O John but it always m3to amuse our friends across the It is the O that excites their merriment and in attempting to Rive thor nftmi rcnrixifinf us as HnJohn -which we ESJiiiBJ never Another Southern expression which always sounds queer to Northern ears is fc ns of tue wori mighty as an ttiverb But to those accustomed to it 3irhty pretty convoys an idea of Utity that the overburdened Northern vsvrJ lvel oesu reach Turning ti Webster to see if it must be given up e tnd that it is allowable when used coioiiUialiy Good We should never ffint to use it except colloquially Id the North a man fills his wagon box with corn and draws it to tcwn in the South he fills his wagon Ltd with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 July 1889

3Ml fatfe tl w feSbu lcet r lese m ltxLsc tinfluen 5Stttcititi iwi tv rrrrmfsn T JJYTHE JEMOCXAT pmjIilSHIXG COMJA2TT JttbUhers awl Proprietors jjIMM MUM III Fort Worth has the only moss collar factory la the United States The talk about the resignation of Mr Blalno reminds one 61 the talk about his refusal to accept The Fort Worth bagging company -will begin operations in a few daysv The fac- tory will employ fifty men ana -women The people of Brownwood will come direct teethe second exhibit of the Texas bDring Palace via the Fort Worth and Eio Grande The Michigan legislature has just ad- journed after a session of six months Think of it Twice as long as the Texas legislature sits It was in Dallas county of course that the man was fouud who sold the dead body of Bis wite for 10 There is more selfishness to the square inch in Dallas than in any place this side of Bheol if SnouLT STortbwest aud West Texas organize to promote immigration- other sections would follow and in lessthan a ...

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