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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

1 i i f a ffp sntt m m s w 3V3Ss LADIES DEPARTMENT EDITKD BV MISS 31 K WVLTOX Puburhers Xotice All communications Intended for this department should be addressed to Mrs M E Wjumx Fort Worth Tex Better to weave In the web of llfo A bright and colden ailing And to do Gods will with a ready heart And hands that are switt and willing Than to snap the delicate tender thread Of our curious livi asunder And then to blame heaven for the tangled end And sit and grieve and wonder Anon IX JSBIKF In a town so interlaced with railways as this one can hardly bo ignorant of the im- portance of sufficient ballar ing to maintain the good condition of tracks in order to in- sure the safety of the trains as it is a mat- ter of daily observation that the roids are reguarly inspected and loads of gravelustd in the repairing Many ife lessons lie along the railways and may be picked up with profit In fact comfort in life is much like the smenth run- ning train tho axles are oiled the track level and smoo...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

provided you get a variety en- d to your local conditions That ret every time if you go about it k it highly probable that the ties r the cherry grown at the hi id not succeed in Texas but can grow the tree there is every ti in cs for getting varieties en uuu with us so far as relates to- t maybe possiblo that no such K as yet but we must find it in nitrs Mature is prompt to adopt iis to local conditions and she i tiling only in iww growths ft the seed This fact makes he course that ought to bo pur u ht to be planting thousands of is Ten thousand trees may i il attain to fruitingage without o < sirable results but eventually i among those seedlingsa variety il jirovo everything needed iiiil be planted in all manner of iy places where the trees could Mi nothing else during the time th to a fruiting age and that i time comparnthely short for linn comes into hearing Once iivl a variety adapted to Texas iiupuirate from it by budding and roubles would be at an erd itmceof the cherry c...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

Itl 9 1 J im a I ti fire it is not impossible that we shall pyratcally havo tho hardup Bohemian sit- ting at a street corner and drinking his fnvn celluloid shirt collar he having just converted it into a milk punch If you wish a paste for your scrap book pr for < ny other purpose that will never four and spoil or will never cause the pages to mildew mate it of flour in the usual way and to every pint add a tca3poon ful of pulverized sugar of lead Of course sugar of cad is a poison henco it must bo handled with care but it soadded to the paste pot makes the best paste yet known According to the Boston Transcript the sensitiveness of ceicnium to light has been taken advantage of by Professor Barn ard of lick observatory California who has employed it in making a device for automatically detecting comets A prism Is placed In front of the object glasj of the telescope and as is well known a prism will divide a ray of light into its primary colors red orange yellow etc Back of tho pr...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

v J TT Knowledge of the amount of ° rd the amount of paper Usual i 5 j < ir c jeep < orcuto and annual reports of the niiL1 Congress could not ix iioui causing at once a 0 < ng of alann anil a vvith hii confidence which is to the success of any i olulc popular pressure p r force in secunug and issue commensurate with country of enlarging thOTOlumo j i medium must and will t is in my mind do doubt 1 method of getting the Tula1 ion is a secondary nr the policy being > T WILL COME u ood olid money- s ri fail to get into npress and the people it out The gitit i > o n lo pi event per aul putting it in circu tne lav and the wishes i an safely relj on the i i < presentutives of the safest jndmoat effective ij iu ircuiation thegov is in my judgment no pos r disordered financial o thn up lithe free and un f ilver as a beginning v a is insuilicient to inilard nations of the d ii medium This io in fact that we see i lunirj included en niggle over it each u i in of this scarce...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

5 5si 3 5 1 1 1 iw I v I IM n t vs f ff mt fW 3 m i TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER The largest yield of corn ami cotton ever raised in Bee county will be harvested this season The fanners of McLennan county were never in better shape and crop prospects were never better in that section The crops arc now growing nicely in Nacogdoches county and the eorn looks promising A refreshing rain fell at Lone Oak Mon- day whicn was greatly appreciated as crops were needing rain The market at Cleburne is well supplied with early peaches cherries plums and the various kind of berries New hay and cas will oegin to come into market in a few dais and in a week or two there will be pcriij of ncv wheat Mr Haycood a thrifty fainer who lives on Groesbeck presented us with some turnips raised on his farm sevent cn inches hi circumference Mr Hayrood says he has one ami onehalf acres which bring him a handsome sum of money These turnips were raised on sod land He also lias twelve acres in corn that...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

MA 4tt3 < 1 10 fk jra BlON i3 THE WITCH OF PRAGUE Fantastic Tale CRAWFORD Author DIUS > w Perhaps her instinct led j ilOUf Im31 It a rereat safer even than > t se knew that if sho something there which nair and covered her- m head to foot For nit she could neither i hardly have felt a a ii yot she knew that t r life since all that ids fell in a despair r kiws and she stared Ii > yes rested on ti ujKifi his couch iriet in state the 1 upon a silken ist outlined beneath Ic lioarv beard lo v bixist that slowly dreadful irony in that o in sleep beyond the Yet she had thought r and care and endless i co > t for years And mi young and fresh s i s but fit only to bo 4 uj an existence that m and most of all i iiriv in that secret ml tier companion had f iffor years if sho- d all L id Was it an Would ono short- s scoring pay half e i d mans face with 5ft IE Ift 3R i I is i coi Many a time un i I once to his knowl i t p sleeper to speak li hud sjioken truly Mi lacked neither the...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

3 i 51 M i tJ r < i rri 44 > 5 Highest J C CERON QR FRANK QRAY OCU tmard 5 flqily lu in Jfeyeniag Power U S Goyt Report Aug 17 i88 < > ypnts or the Genuine H ulc > MllI llivrs BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS Oxford Teachers AURIST united to diseases or the Eye Ear To and tbroa C or 1th and Man bts rrMALB DlsLIMI To Insure Bit BtUertl4 LALIST EAR NOSE AND THROAT Doctor McCoy Rectal and GenltbUrinary Soecialist uiaf MtSCdiuijanlrd disuses and all diseases of the rec turn without detention frotr Urethral Strictures J2 cuttns Gonorrhoea Syphilis a < organs OlUn Ccntto urinary 510 MAIN ST FT WORTH TEX CASH IN ADVANCE Gazette Ived at this otlica by tho cash except JHc lel where contracts exist Gattte Circulators Office Those who wish to > ubscribe nubicripticns to tho Fort VjgefcgfcsriyTJA iette will pljasjfflrtHKoliroftice KM Mam etxr beM Wr catlicrfonl and First at s WrE Sprinkles fruit stand Respectfully C F and J B Sprinkle City Circulators Circulators > oiler Al wh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

The fQjr w6rT h qJJeTTE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO SUPREME COURT CtCSIONS RENDERED AT THE i fctjElNT AUSTIN SITTING b 1c 1C c t rate > < iut 4 linn lohti W Siayton Chief 1 IE iiU > Hn l loliu L Henry ule lodges f si MoraeClerk Viikvretal vs W W Ddlard i Howie Suit l > y appellants as us property uwneis of Bowie Miam the countv judue ami i < n said county from erecting 1 at a place which appellees i ted as the county seat at ar ii November lviH forthe pur n mg ane from Texarkani ami i the geographical center of the was also sought to restrain the i he boohs records etc etc ikma to the place alleged to rcted 1 An injunction is to ii and tliis suit might be dis ground that the acts it seeks > ii already been accomplished iii of a clear averment of HiVietl injury but in view of ul of which the litigation arises jivsed wish of the parties it is 1 consider questions raised iiessiry that the county com nuit keep only one book in its proceedings The entry I > r the election...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

m W 10 k 4SPW4 f FORT WORTHDAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY 1U THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth ana Husk Street FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION BY MAT1VIS ADVANCE POSTAGE PAH Daily and Sunday one year 10 M Dally and Sunday six months 6J0 Monday Wednesday and Friday 0 00 The Sunday Gazette 18 to 34 pases 1 yr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette 12 pages one j ear 1 00 Hy carrier in the city and subjibi 25 cents a week or 11 per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postofflce Address in lull including County and Stale If address is to be changed give old address as veil as nti7 The Gazette will he Kent only for the time far Vfcich remittance la radc POSTAGE Entered at the Postofllce in Fort Worth Tex- as Second Class Matter Tor the Decent of our patrons who desire to rend slnglo copies of Trie Gazette through the mail we give hercKilh the transient rate of postage rorcign and Dometlc Per Copy Eight and uvelvc iuw pipir lcent Sixteen and twent...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

T P P Sf LOCAL TIME TABLE < V > P SI TIXAS AND PACIFIC 1 AN CONTINEXTAU north iiorxn Leave No SMailv 4 i a in Nosidaily BiSam bOUTIlIOUSD Xo 31 daily No ttdailv Par Hi trains Nos Band Bonlystop i i T C Junction Atlanta Jeffer lonjview Junction Hig Sandy v is Point Terrell East Dallas I rt Worth T WORTH AXD DENVER No 1 daily No 2 daily 0m T > avc 930 a ra No 3 daily No J daily 4Op m iIi nDj AND SANTA FE Noimwocsn No lOdailv o 2 daily SuLTHUOfXD Xo 1 daily Nu 9 daily Leave ll4 > a in s10p m 8W a m 305 p in uKTH AXD RIO GKAXDE GKAXDELeave Leave Fort Worth 2Up in > itTH AXD NEW ORLEANS Teave No 41 mail 110pm No 4 accommodation 9Iaa in No 43 mail 7 accommodation i trams from the Union Depot f D LCSK Ticket Agent I I OUTinVESTEKX Leave limphis Express 820am i < lin MINlUAL WELLS AXD l 11 U l STLKN RAILWAY tin line make direct connection tint Paeitic railway trains No rt eatlifrford leaving Fort Worth i iu nit railway and arrning at 1 follovs Leave- r Wo h fT P Rr 9 0 a i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

1 J 11 11Ml 1 12 CEREALS ABROAD The Supply in Germany it is Said Almost Exhausted THAT BACCARAT BUSINESS The Czar liiwfchcd to Make a IJefiuIte War Hrcluratioii Emigration or jevs from Kn ia German and Trench Muadroas iropyriRhteil by Assciatcd Pre BrniiN Juncl3 Undaunted by the over- whelming majority which supporttl Chan- cellor Von Caprivi on the cereal duties question in the landtag members of the Frrisincfjc party last evening held a inass meeting at which the party leaders amid a period of exclamations announced their in- tention of prnscniting more vigorously than ever the antigrain dJticsiaw agitation Tl e figures published by the Liberal press showing that stores of cereals in Germany were nearly exhausted elicited official sta istics issued in todays issue ol the Keieh zuger which aim to prove that the gram haivest of isyy was not short hut on the contrary was better than that ofUSB being rqnl to the average harvest of the last ten jears The figures arc ba < ed on rough...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

S JiMfige DO YOU VANT TO BUY A BARGAIN c oftVr for thirty days only one of the best flour com mill combined roller system and latest iBUMMftl cliinery eighty barrel capacity Bituatgfffijpfflgbn county surrounded by a fmewheirgromu00mWy The machinery nti mill cost Sl6000 flpSoffer the entire property jr mi inaMri < 3ypJifci reent of 8000 Just think of i < on jMgj0mi it out of this years crop of wheat Mill jli bgsp ed in good running order in twenty days after pprfetted This is indeed a bargain Terms of sale ai tit obtained by writing P A HUFFMAN CO 635 Main Street Fort Worth Tex pr4 XW X = 3 = s PORT JJWXgBBMST TEXAS t beenyj gjWWreovatcd uglgldMr rooms recently o and under the ncv management made the best f secured commercial travel solicited r fgfto especially JDGES Formerly with the Leland N Y MANAGER HOTEL P i T iTTyFrT1 The Aeiy besi quality y Strain v i o im tor FT WO M uLariUiaBBaiaiaaKiitEHnn Bia triBrErniirnirTiTiri pRa < AGKE m r mm M m S S O Rate Per Day IT MANS U...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

j3 MI m i II i 1 It CI S 1 a 11 i j SEgs u B > J mm LAST DAYS WORK The Womans Board of P issions Completes its Labors v CLOSING SCENES YESTERDAY Xhe Session Has Ileen a Very Enjoyable and Profitable One Tho Proceedings of Test onlays Seslon In lnU Res- olutions Itejtardiiig Publications Ycsterdayrclosed tho thirteenth annual convintior of the Womans board or mis- sions of the Methodist Episcopal cnureh South Tii board lias been in session since Monday morning and since then has had two ma tings a dav one in the morn- ing the other in the afternoon besides the work of tho afternoons which were de- voted to committee work During the six days of the meeting the board has done a large amount of work that can but conduce greatly u the cause for which it labors The missionary work has been extended to fields hitherto untried by the organization and tc thtsio fields missionaries will be sent who have consecrated themselves for life to thi = ennobling cause The six days that hao elapsed ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

site DIMINISHES < suan d aMI k r r mmm DRS BETTS BEITS jjffSicfANS sdegeWahbsfegiausts 005 MAIN STREET Dallas Texas and layorably known rp t > s v sre ailed States Their if long cxpe r r fa e 3ku and universal sj > i t and cure of Nervoj o ea es fntltle mpf fminent tP ae < ul confld a tiprine afflicted r cpv KHHJ A if if J 3 0 asqsJBbmtive curb for > Gfjf Jvice an < lthe uumeroui lines its < n WfitiD AND SKIN DISEASE3 v jbo permanntiv cured IJIUTY AND SEXUAL DI3 da y lo their skillful treat i AVD RECTAL ULCERS inout pain or detention AVD VARIQCELE prras v < urd in every case iNiifiPUEA GLEET Sptr i weakness Lost Manhood v leiayed Faculties Female i evtrate disorders peculiar to iji ored 3 w ell as all f unc hit result from youthful follies o a ire years CTDtPTIIRF Guaranteed pernunently J I It L J n L cured removal coiiinlete w caustic or ddatation Cures v patient without a moment is < ° isTo Young and Middle Aged Men iCIDIT PI I DC Hie a vful effects of A...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 14 June 1891

s 1 a in 2 16 i r < TSfKii iiE ttpgsi S2 1 END OF THE WORLD It is Suggested by the Return of the Jews to Palestine EUROPEAN PROTECTION ASKED The Tendency In Knglliih ITpper Lire to the Forms of Depravity that Marked the Decline or Kome The Servian Melodrama Knropran iDitablllty fCfpynjrlHcd by the United Pressl Lonijos June VI In surveping the field of European politics the other day Lord ajisbury derived oniiuragcment from the tremoidous risk involved in a modern war hut atbe same time he pointed to the Molnummedan states still existing in Europe and within th > s European system as one great source of danger The reason is that thoy threaten to disappear and there will be a race for their heritage not be- tween governments merely but between the peopV Tlie British premier spoke with more seriousness regarding the future fate of Morocco and judging from the news re- ceived this evening of the serious illness of the ruler of Morocco his forecast is strictly uit urate Spain <...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 15 June 1891

n i n ovr PEMOCHAT PmtfJSIELNG CO W tfT7 OUR COMPETITORS in t In It n account of contemplated alterations and improvements for the coming fall when we will add new departments EVERYTHINGINOURMAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT At Actual Cost for 30 Days Or just T > 0 per cent less than our competitors pay for the goods THIS IS NO HUMBUG BUT ACTUAL FACT A mit of space forbids enumeration of prices but come and satisfy yourself and startling bargains liemember we keep everything from the finest to the i pest THIS SALE FOR 30 DAYS ONLY cJTWe guarantee to save you just onehalf during this sale Ddlikl nisi FOHT WORTH THE MOORE IRON WQ A r Per Yard it jtf rvjiif iFort Wppj5txas e i > Maio street AVjKBS Kcequarters of a mile west of city limits on Texas and jsfJjuSSf 1acitic Iiailroad < sot6iieTvoti e Fronts nailing Ventilators Sash Weijrhts Artesian Well Drilling Ma i v > s Drill 15ars Kopc Socket Jars Fishing Tools Kngme and Car Castins d Engines Hollers 1unips Ktc and do a general foundry...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 15 June 1891

PJ4W m I 1 a u I i I 3 I 1 5 14 jf m 0 DELICIOUS vonn NATURAL FRUIT FLAYORS Vanilla Of perfect purity Lemon I Of great strength AlmSnd If Economy In their use RoseetC j Flavor as dollcately and delIeou3ly as the fresh fruit He came to limestone county when eighteen and worked out of doors on the farm laying brick and stone etc for four years when be used tho mone lie had saved in rotting an education at the Waco univer- sity from there he returned to Lime- stone and in l1 began the publication of the Now Eit in that county a paper that soon jciarc under his management an organ or rorcn nd inixuence in 11 Limestone sent him to the Scven oonth legislature and returned him to the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Of the latter t was made speaker a position which he I edin a most creditable manner lie is i ii to have been the youngest man elected tliit position in the history of the state iiortij after his inauguration Governor Iuss uppointcd him commissioner of agri ilure insurance history and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 15 June 1891

KGtions as i Wrmim DO YOU WANT TO BUY A BARGAIN XjOrftel faln and Fourth Streets Fort Worth Texas t exchange foreign and domestic rS cao THE A Harrold M B Loyd p II Higbce ti t it Harrold aim M Harrold PtsiiJtit E E CHASE 1st VicePresdeat MORGAN We offer for thirty days only one of the ipjip oiir and c irn mills combined roller systeinj jfpilest improved ma- chinery eighty barrels c am ff raa ted in Johnson county surrounded by a finBw MiH owing country The machinery in the mill coa iffl00 and we offer the entire property for 8iSflfl8maKing you a present of 8000 Just think of tJifcYbu can make it out of this years crop of wheat Mill will be placed in good running order in twenty days after siieis perfected This is indeed a bargain Terms of sale ii he obtained by writing P A HUFFMAN CO 615 Mam Street Fort MAN C gj Brlfi Main and Rusk Sts Fort Worth Texas Wf DUNN SON Proprietors 5250 Per Day GEO C HUDGINS Manager t E 3d A B MERCHANTSjmm L BANK r Pad In S500000 < r ai Joni cePreside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 15 June 1891

I i 1 < f If i i 4 DEMOCRAT PBBLISHM COHPAHT Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Rusk Streets FORT WORTH i TEK5I9 OF SlUSCItlTTION BY HAIL IS ADVASCE POSTAGE PAID Daily and Sunday one year SIO 00 Daily and Sunday six months 5 SO Jlonaay Wednesday and Friday 5 CO The Sunday Gazette 16 to 24 pages 1 yr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette 12pages one year I CO By carrier n the city and suburbs 23 cents a week or II per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postcfllce Addres3 In lull including County and State If address is to be changed give old address sj well as new The Gazette will be pent only for the time for which remittance is made IOSTVGK Entered at the PoEtofflcc In Fort Worth Tex- as SecondClass Hatter For the benefit o our patrons who desire to rend slnglo copicj or The Gazette through the mail we gli e herewith the transient rate of postage Foreign and Domestic Per Copy Eight and tnel e page paper lcent Sixteen and twenty page paper 2 cents NOTICE All Postmasters In ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 15 June 1891

i HIS PEN LAID ASIDE CHARMING SKETCH BY THE LATE PRENTICE MULFORD Hit iu ie Sierra Nevada Hoar Hunters Vtuem from the Indian An Outside View of the Wallas Insldo Life h i HE tragic end ol Prentice Mulford who wns found dead in bis boat on Sheepshead bay the other day de prives the Ameri- can reading public of an author who has contributed much to the phil- osophy the humor and the pictur esqucnesaof liter jrt effort dnrmg a period of more than Hurt venrs The appended sketch of life aracug he California mountains in spring jae was one of Mr Mulfords latest pro jactioiii It now first bee3 the publicity of- f Dt Jn me phraseology of thU part of the woril 1 am up in the mountains That awns that I am twelve miles east of So rora tha county seat of Tnolumne and iffueut higher in air than haid county wu Thiss the last place on the Sonora id Mono road The next place i3 120 a uis int in the state of Nevada and si iirf < Hto of my writing inaccessible to mat ast by reason of the vast drift...

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