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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 engi...

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. — 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 ...

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. — 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...

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. — 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...

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. — 11 July 1889

THE MARY CECILIA BRMOLD 4tt tl een oured of tho worst Eczema 113Vr > eng 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 t...

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. — 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 ocl...

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. — 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 ...

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. — 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 ye...

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. — 18 July 1889

t f W ICEUCK has published Aftb BIiABOBATS STSob on tho Treatment and Cora of > m DYSPEPSIA hwill be mailed FREE to aU Jho If ° a or kn < nv < tfint y ffiltt on0 s7 ° iG a aicted ith or Ible to any of these diseases send ijAe and address plainly written to Dr J H SOHENCK 0N KVTT1B this pasor Thiladelphis Pn DRsTBrnT7 BETTS 601 Main Street Spermatorrhoea iscs Night Emis i J ncj Loss of M < fmSf Confdsion of Ideas L tJc GwmmessSDeprcssion of Spirits jUc on to Society Easily Discouraged Lack cjc flence Dull Listless Unfit for Study or l tr 3 and fiHfe lire a burden SAFELY r TI > ENTLY 3 RIVATELY CURED BLOW XSm SKIN S fiST i d a emost horrijn in its Results completely cIjcat d r itjjpottHMise ofanercury Scrofula n P ls frpore s Blotches Pimples I crs Pans ffi rsaieadind Bones Syphilitic F c Tiro t MWgh and Ikftigue PERVXXEXTLl CURED HW JLED r i v a i G t t ysijtis Etc I tjjsrggs reasonable Catarrh Etc WHEN OTHERS t have no Accst near you or standing Qonorrllea promptly an...

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. — 18 July 1889

m 4 - fe JS 3fe 1IMI1 kJWl MVtlJ a wy l rjJZISILED JSTEItY T2TUJIS2AY BY TUB DEMOCRAT PVJUjTSJUJSG dOZIPAlCY PubUslterx artd Proprietor RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO 3IAIL Posidje Prepaid by the Publishers DAILY WBEXIY rne ycox -10 OOIOneycar SI 00 Mx months 50Six months CO Three months B OOThree months 30 k rmiAY Gazette 1 year 1 60 6 months 1 00 IKVAKIABtY IN ADYANOB LAILY Delivered la the city byv carriers at SI per month or 25 cents per -weak iftubscrlbers wishing their address changed from one postofiice to another musb give the old acdresn as well as tho new or the change cannot be made t ALL I OSTMASTERS in the Stale are author ized to take subscriptions to THE GAZETTE LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Write cr terms and sample copies KOIITTANCES 6y draft check postoffice money order or registered letter can be sent at car risk All other character of remittances at servers rist fcilver can be sent is registered letter All checks money orders etc must be made payable to THE DEMO CRAT PUB...

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. — 18 July 1889

i A temporary home - I Earth is tfot the Permanent Abid ing Place o Mankind sj There is yo Use in Our Driving Our stakes too Deep We Are On tlie March to the Otlier Land fft tu Church People Who Are c rnt jkrpWceplHSf willows Who Stand Slsbing In the Water A BOWKK OF BIIAXCHES the Otbtte err r - to t HtMPTOSB JUly 14 The subject 1 7 r r t rr Lrl f a t c t sw IV JJr J UC IVIlfc XUHUUftc 3 to day was The Bower of Tree hes His text was 2sTehemiah Go forth Unto the mount and o branches and pine branches vrtie branehes and palm branches hM of thick troos to make ti Following Is the sermon It in- a if ilount Olivet were un- r j The people have gone into the 1 Lin and hare out off tree branches r their shoulders and i i it them on J i i i F cr t t me lorui lulu Lilts DUCCU Mi t in and on the housetops and r pi t these tree branches into arbors Then mo people cuuiu tium t rrufortabla homes and dwell for - uiy i these booths or arbors n j y 1 itiey do that Well it is a great f i time It is t...

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. — 18 July 1889

rate anitu5 Wi iinllus fomoer Va feeble fce V id as asov ft r VV rw jr PAIR OF KOGUES Conffnc3 from Third JPage ire carelessly spied out my neighbors iomgs in tnat lasmon due i never thought I BhouiS see a scene such as I have witnessed to night Its lucky for me that you happen to he inquisitive young man said Hous ton dryly or I might find it difficult to satisfactorily explain matters and acr count for the presence of that and he calmly pointed to the body which lay half under the table That reminds ine I suppose we ought to do something call thepolice or something of that sort In my part of the country -we arent so particular in such cases but here I suppose it is different Yes said Proudfoot one of you had better stop round to the police sta tion I had better go myself it is only a few blocks distant and I know the i aptain well enough to get him to ar range matters quietly and with as little fuss as possible But stay theres a telephone in the corner We had better make use of th...

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. — 18 July 1889

ITCHING AGONIES rpr Xifflit I Scratched Until tlie Skin was Raw Body covered with Bcales like spots of ofmcrtar An awful Spectacle Doctors eiess Cure hopeless Entirely cured the Cuticura Remedies in five weeks t m comg to tell you of the extraordinary TT Cuticcka Remedies performed on c bout the 1st of April last 1 noticed some Use coming uut an over F ivriht nothing of it until some r P ll r iiVi Tnn St Rinhmi rces oLmft jadrertiFe rrKauiSE elrSSgl i yS cmaySB SP BnirisTO irKA KEHEP rif weeKS waspvunrciy w eraa and psoriasis i my uouy time later - wren it began to look like spots of - n thfCOUlftr c - ng ufif all f t0 St ttn -- E Uncr about ytfO - tht mfrouita3 iniffediate rel t a a captions ipa - d one by o - J I iiad the diseasi 6iiiac liw WS mortar j nnnifDicu izniiic uii iciiivurs C itii itahincr I would scratchjteverv cntiI was raw then the next night the c Er 1 tins formed meanwhile werejscratched X all the fhout ecovery aid ment in The EMEDlnsSfad st and obtaftred nto notice...

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. — 18 July 1889

J 5ana liifitti e Lfonroei1 X tk VI 8 rf Wk ItAii V iT j tM4 PftilTEBQfc 3 -I mP r YXSMfiK HT HaKsK aFff eafctr rjwnc i a - rjt - t vfS5 jSkacl tKcseZiitlo2iIl3 eyfdsorelieveDIs J from Dyspepsia J estioa and To Eating Aper j feci remedy for Dlzzi fta cess Nausea DrowalJ nGteEad Tasto In the Tn fntha SMp TOTJJ a pre trii PtBlHTMiTp doss Pf9 J1 tJpatlbn and Piles The easfptjio take Only one pOlos iSle Prico 25 cents 312EfflIcnra CO Preprs Set Ye mxmvui2szttviwiiitt The settlement at the Tort Worth Tnion stock yards has been christened Marine and an effort trill be made to hare a postoffice established there In the county court yesterday John Marley was adjudged insane and ordered taken to the Terrell asylum Marley -was found in the country Who he is or where he came from is not known The council of the First Presbyterian church met Jast night and opened the bids for the construction of the church It was decided to obtain bidsor the woodwork antstongWrk separately and the council adjou...

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. — 1 August 1889

I n tie Eeaiur Tjprr rPBOttoVIncthls j < crllie a once r r Tlivribrr ect otjiKpItnlRO T T will Iks < ent IT I THE BEST TiilliPFST WEEKLY Tos QNLr SI ft YEAR A i DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO A LITTLE IRONY Wlia1 Hiipf Mays Says of Harri ifs Cherokee Commission k tq t thp Commissioners Xot Aware f tin > herokees Have a Con suiiitional Government r j slli Will Go Home with the Belief t the Cherokees Are Civilized A Professional Crank r OS THE COMMISSIONERS darette ah I T July 20 Chief > fi uud in his apartments this but refused to give his ideas u non will bo taken upon the Cherokee commission i is that they will not consider turn whatever he said er received auy instruc > not know what they will i t they expect to accomplis h it i supposed they are oom i i to the sale ot the land I av whether 1 am in favor of i ut out everybody will know i I will only say that if we II we can pet u good deal bet l an 1 am told they will pay lor ure S3 an acre or more c auy foundation to the c...

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. — 1 August 1889

9 4 t Wnlte tette FZnSXXSILED EVJEJtX ISUJtSDAY BY THB DEMOCRAT PVliXISHIXG C03LPA2TX litbJiTiers and Proprietors A blow at royal grants is a blow at the monarchical form of government When one fails the other must soon fall Large wheat and oats crops were gath ered in Texas this year corn is already made and cotton is nourishing Great is Texa3 Meantime the work at the mouth of the Brazos goos on and the day of a deep water port on the Texas coast draws rap idly near Five million acres of land as free as the air they breathe may be had in Texas by those who wish to make their homas here Mixxeatolis is said to have a popula tion of 282000 A wonderful growth for so young a city Its taxable value is 132000000 The popular fallacy m Texas that any man has sonso enough to be a member of the legislature should be eradicated from the public mind The weather is hot but in some sec tions of Texas the work of building up goes on The Gazette delights in being a factor in this work andjits chron...

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. — 1 August 1889

LADIES COLUMN s Spun on the Gazettes sj imiinir Wheel for Head ers to Weave i v iu tpv te ilnslin Girl Who Flannel i i Jack in unplibnies in White i > tions for Dressmaking in WellGleaned Fields Scatter us of Wheat Amid the Chaff ur the Fair Recipes for All an old socialistic couplet that t When Adam delved ran who llieu was gentle might havo been Cain for n < knows for Ills manner of d questions was much the ails amonj the r > Im a i i am class of today but nut fond of guessing eouum lie fashion columns devoted z t pics the thought the dog t < d is oTEve sitting just out in a July sun and spinning i amlng of antelig leaf days at of the face was not the 1 and raiment Her daugh t t the spinning wheel in the t with ribbons and call it an and each as theso writable lilies that toil r do they spin They wear tfecolettennd sleevelessfan i fans say it is extremely i cuss the next fetching cos iiping ices in some of the w ho has sought out many in i devised These may not i of th...

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. — 1 August 1889

1 Wm Wnlh feite PU1SHXS2LEI J2TJB11Y X2lUJtSDAY BY TIIE DE210CJIAT PUBZISIIIXG CO IPAJTT Publishers and Proprietors RATES OFSUBSCRlPilON TO MAID SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by the Publisher DAILY WEEKLY Ons roar 10 OOjOne year frix months 5 50 Six months luee mouths 8 00 Three mouths 1 63 60 30 30 5 months 1 00 asDAY Gazktte 1 year 51 INVARIABLY IX ADVANCE DAILY Delivered in the city by carriers at 1 yermonth or 25 cento perweek 8ubaeribrs wishing their address changed fomone poatoffiee to anoi must give the om a dreB well as the new or the change cannot fcc made ALL POSTMASTERS in the State are author ized to take subscriptions to TItE IjAuiih LJIiERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED rite cr terms and sample copies EEMJTTAXCKS bv drat check postoflice roney order r registered letter can be sent aw c r risk All other character of remittances at tenders risk Jilver can be Bent Is registered letter Ail check nronej ord < r tr J i Sr livable to THEDBJMOCXATPUBLISHIXGCO T his paper is kept on fi...

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. — 1 August 1889

r j 1 F V r 1ILLS are a care for this complaint They tone up the Internal secretions ri < uore strength to thejBtomach and enable it to perform its functions 5 CENTS PER BO afe SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS itBh on ranch or farm water su udrcss 1L FTS3 liCIAL EEVIEW CJ v 26 R G Dun I < w of Trade says c week has been on nMd during the week ij the assignment of an z Is commission house f i u t v < r four million dollars disquietude but the unices ts encouraging ore and the probabil gn demand and as lal difficulties do not ut industries seem to in position and the at least no worse ne report larger bank a varago indicate a decided im it prospects in Dakota ti ihe yield beins esti OtM bushels against t year Foreign reports twfaced but appear on ntvaise a larger demand New wheat is moving sinuiug to affect foreign l d iu confirmation of past i whpat in large quantities eome forward from the farms where speculators > supply hs exhausted f wheat has advanced only id oats 38e each and ...

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. — 1 August 1889

I 1 X IS provn tilucai foi fo w 1 1 ng himself to hie lpulla tho morningroom ry happy WtC3 tfihi STATOGH A STOUY OF STEEL ST GJ30JIG72 3LrljrriXTJX JSS2T AUTHOR OV f JMIB ERBASUKX HUXTBRS A BAG OF MAaJOKDS DOUBLE CUX XTSG 38TC AXD JOBN XCTCIIIK Oe xigkied MBObyS S McClore PAHT n CHAPTER VI JFJCYIXG TEMPTATION The fortnight specified by the mmiu c turer wentelowly by seeming to Mnr t 11 Dene quite xn age for while lie longed stay and the hours he passed in the < iety of Dinah Swift and her cousin f re a delight still he felt that this was r ldden ground upon which grew for Tden fruit of which he must not even UK lie aakl to himself that the thoughts Inch troubled him sometimes were near uin to madness and that he was behav dishonorably towards k is benefactor or even harboring them a moment The consequence was that he was cold nl reserved when he was thrown into i cousins society and this coldness < tiaed to chill Dinah Swift who had at rt seemed disposed to welcome him > &l...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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