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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 3 April 1890

WRECK AND RUIN Continued from First Page learning tlie names of netual residents and sufferers In the stormstricken section renders the position for the purposes of robbery nest to impossible and people are allowed to po freelv to their ruined homes with their friends and employes and retover what they can Many of them employed at work in wreckage are paid by thejjonrd of trade commit tee and whenever help is desired iM given At Falls City hall about sixty men under dueetiou of Chief of Police Tavlor were still at work Broken timbers and brick are piled fifteen feet hlch on each side of th street for a hundred yards On the site of the ruined hall there are mouLOs of brick mortar and beams all in wild confusion and men digeinjj at the base of them iuxtixg ron the dead In all sixtyseven bodies have boon taken out of there The last is that of Lazar s Ho was in attendance upon t e lodge meeting His body mangled nmost beyond recognition was taken to- t e temporary morgue at the Planters ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 3 April 1890

4 W sMv < Ss8tte rUSZISJLEJD JSrJEXT UrVRSBAT BY THE DEMOCRAT TTTBIjISJHXG C03LPA2TT Tublisliers and Projrrletors The original Webster Unabridged Diction- ary and the Weekly Gazette jor one year only 400 Dictionary shipped prepaid to express office nearest the subscriber Tun Pans Journal or medicine advo- cates tbe use of Volapuk instead of Latin for medical purposes The new inter- national language is now eleven years old and it is asserted that 5000000 persons Gre now able to use it Tiiat protection fills t fedinner pail of the boss is likely to beco Jb he belief of the halffed employes o qekgew Carne giewbo has of late been ibanquets that rival in profusion ane nce the feasts of famous Romans Papers in the Northwest see in Gen Alger a respectable rival in presidential fields for the big four Cleveland De pew Hill and Harrison Alger has the barrel and the following friendship of Mrs Logan and the IIhodi Klaxd may be the smallest oj states but she can show the largest of eohool ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 3 April 1890

iJBi 9 13 I id rend the treat less y ram PHAGE BOM Brazos county writes for space at Palace in which to make an exhibit MONTAGUE COU > TTY AT WOKS Oorrecrondence of the Gazette Bowie Tex March 31 Montague vmuty organized here Saturday for the pose of making an exhibit at the Njg Palaca Dr H Riley president Lowrio treasurer W R Lamb ryj P T Evans vicepresident ie Vicepresidents were ap for all th epreoinots in tho couni the They are all coming to the Palace this year unless what the psalmist said in his wrath ie true in this day and generation at Aransas Pass wants space at the Kar poramn to show what attractions it pos Besses for the capitalists and homeseek ers Rockwall countyis little but plucky and will show the world its resources through the medium of the Sprine Palace Mrs W T Ellis is making some very unique and beautiful pieces of decora- tions for the Palace Iler designs are good and the exeoution tasteful and elegant sic Lest they might be shut out Denton tel- egraphs th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 3 April 1890

I a 6 > A DEAD LION Dr Talmages Discourse in tlie Brooklyn Academy of Music A Dead Lion is His Subject A Liv- ing Dog is Better Than a Dead Lion is His Text People of Great Capacity Dolns Xotbincr to Improve Society to Overthrow Evil or For the talvatlon of Souls Er ecinl to the Gazette Bhookivn jXYMarch 30 There was the usual difficulty in getting seats or even standing room in the Academy of Music this morning when the service com- menced the ordinary Tabernacle con- gregation being increased by throngs of people eager to listen to the eloquent preacher The service opened with the singing of the long meter doxology by the immense audience Dr Talmages subject was A Dead Lion and his text Ecclesiustes is 4 A living dog is bet- ter than a dead lion Following is a verbatim report of the sermon The Bible is the strangest the love- liest the mightest the weirdest the best of books Written by Moses the lawyer Joshua the soldier Samuel the judge Ezra the builder Job the poet David the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 3 April 1890

N county 5r ilZETTES PEEMIUMS Tlie Seventeenth Weeks List of Pre- miums Sent Out to Subscribers 1 Distributing Unrdfome rooks Fllvor Spoons Clocks and China Tea Sets Anions the People Tho following premiums have been distributed among subscribers to the Weekly Gazette since our last issue BOOKS TO FIFTH1 SUBSCRIBERS T J Morns Newport Clay county W P Green Talpa Colemanoounty W B Hmson Graham Young county W T Miller Pella Wise county S W Webber Lanham Hamilton countv Roteri Lambert Ennis Ellis county J T Cunningham Graham Young county C A oounty Xelms Dexter Tex Stephenville Erath E B Deese Florence Williamson county B N Ferguson Iowa Park Wichita county M Wood Joshua Johnson county T J Harrison Crawford McLennan county D H Cole Knickerbocker Tom Green county A B Guinn Bridgeport Wise county J C Chandion Era Cooke county W Hector Abilene Taylor SPOONS TO TWEXTY FIFTH 8CB SCKIBEUS B F Andrews Itasca Hill county E S Griffith JoEhua Johnson oounty W P Wilson Forney Kaufman countv KXIE6 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 3 April 1890

Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 171889 There is nothing comparativehOr heating m the official analysts chemists ajj lhtists f t speak the Royal i ng Poyder Jp good as harmless San Francisco Oct ig 1889 fctual analysis made by me unce the Royal Baking Pow be the Strongest and Purest Powder before the public entirely free from alum and othr additions injurious to health ABOUT FORT WOBTK What tlie Pluckiest City in Texas Trying to Do Notes Progress Prof Chemistry College of Pharmacy Dep e University of California Is Doing and of The suburban residences are unsur- passed in any city for comfort or ele- gance The Lowrie suburb and the magnificently planned additions of the Chamborlin Investment company Por- ter Raymond Co and others were visited repeatedly by leading citizens of Denver attending the interstate cattlo convention and it was con- ceded without question that Fort Worth had in its suburbs the choicest of residence property fine soil and already much grow...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 3 April 1890

< Jw BY ORBEE OE THE CZAR THE TBAG1C STORY OF AKXA KLOSSTOCK THE QUEEK OF THE GHETTO 335T JOSEPH HATTOX AUTHOR OF CRUEL LOXDO THE THPBE KECRUIT3 JOHN UEEDHAM DOUBLE Etc v jo Copyrighted by the Author 18S9 All Eights Reserved J PART IV CHAPTER II ONLY A WOMAN Philip Forsyths mad infatuation would have confirmed him as Ferrari put it body and soul a member of the brother iood but for the persistent oppo- sition of the Countess Siraveusky If Philip die not take the oath he was nevertheless accepted as an auxiliary to the association Ii was only for con- science sake that the Countess resisted this last act of the young artists wild devotion As she put it to her com- rades he was sufficiently the ir ally with- out completing the treaty of secrecy and service Ferrari saw in this act of friendship not to say love the first sign of weak- ness In Annas character It did not occur to him that she had achieved the work of engeance which had stimulated and held together her alliance with the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 3 April 1890

WB ALL fTflE BISHpPS VAGABOND EXPIATION 5 SOW XERS ETC citaptep i cousrs cecii i Copyrighted 1890 by the Author LAN and Sally Sey ton came home from I school an hour ear- lier than usual In or- der that they might go to the railway- s t a tion rath their father to meet Cousin Cecil To be exact they did not go home they only crossed the green between the little white schoolhouso and old man Jobsona patch and waited under the great blaok walnut tree until they saw the hack coming with Bess and May trotting fast their tails and manes in the air Jn Arkansas a hack is merely a spring wagon probably so named because of tho hard usage to whioh such vehicles aro exposed in Arkansas roads Already tho hack was splashed with mud Tho spirited horses wore their natural winter ooats Col Seyton sat alone ou the front reat of the wagon and the other seat was empty Kvery little darkey on the plantation would grin at the sight of Col Seytons tanned smiling face and bright blue eyes They were Scotch t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 3 April 1890

ft ft cSlBai Mhr > sj position of everything ho can get bold of and to learn how these things act upon one another Hundreds of years ago these men called alchemists vtho were trying to find something with whioh they could make gold out of other metals They thought that if they could only find the right thing they would be able with its aid to change lead and iron and other ordinary motals into the valuable metal gold They wanted to get rich just as people nowadays do They did not find what they were look- ing for but they did find a good many things they were not looking for and the world was richer for what they learned After a time chemists began to examine the plants in the hope of indine substances with whioh to euro their diseases In this way a large num- ber of interesting and valuable things were discovered Only a few of these pr < ed to be of value as medicines Some were useful as dyes and sorno as flavors but most of them had no practical valuo As years passed on more...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 3 April 1890

12 FASHIONA preen leaves were very J Sonfe of the Pretty lligs That Will Be Brought Out on Easter Sunday EYerytfclnc to Bo Vandykcd This Sprins Jew esl of New Yorks Elch Ladles How a Country Girl Can be Told For the Gazette New York March 21 VERY woman in the land will be inter- ested to know all ai > out the Easter new clothes which deviled by the ex- pert rentors of fashb i and worn by w cA y devotees of dy > will be disclof the big cities after next Sunday To begin with the most strik ing novelty in ball tuilets there will be vineclad belles at all the occasions of elaborate evening costumes Of course there will be the usual amount of enclosure by Gne fabrics but on the surfaces of silk and satin will trail embroideries of leaves so deftly done as to both shapes and colors that thoy will look like the real things The initial picture and the second engraving show examples of this latest de- vice of embellishment In these in stances the frowns were upon the glossy surface whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

jgr m w JpHPlfe DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO AT I ACRED HIS DAUGHTER Faber A anlt His Datchtrr With a Knife md Hir Ihiblmml Kills Him rccifc1 lo the Gazette WKATHKitroitD Tex April 8 Yes erday afternoon a shooting affray oc irred in the west part of this county in jhieb one Enierlin was killed by his miulaw Dick Alien Enierlin at itked Allens wife with a knife when jlien struck him in the side cutting a bh live or six indies in length and rerinir his lungs He then snatched rnerliu s pistol irom his pocket aud lot bhu Tour times killing him iti tcutly At AUms exnminiug trial to iy at Aiilltap ho was only held iu a lOObond w Scnf York Carpenters edal to the Gazette New Yokk April 8 The situation ro New York so far as carpenters e concerned is entirely dependent on tomorrow nights meeting in ebsfdr hall it vm b6 a j0int assom age of all trades unions and Knights Labor carpenter in the city Mem > W OP B CLOCKS CHINA A iUCLCJ Weekly Gazette Subscribers BEGINNING DEC 11889 BSfEEKLY GAZETTE 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

THE TARIEE BILL A Beport to be Made This Week Minority Report Inadvisable Trie Refusal to Admit Arizona and New Mexico This Session Discloses a Twofold Purpose A Boot on the Folid South Reconstruction nnd Its Results Pension Affairs Sayers Stands Tat on the Salary Question As tho Democrats Yiow It epecial to the Gazette Washington April 6 The tariff bill vrill ba reported this week Mr Carlisle is now encaged upon the minority re- port No minority bill will be presented and the Democrats will fight the Repub- lican bill in the house The majority of the Democrats in tho houso think it bad politics and entirely in- advisable to present a min- ority bill They aro entirely satisfied that the McKinley bill is wholly inde- fensible and they can afford to go the country on tho stand they take against this measure To present a minority bill now would create unnecessary embar- rassments This is the view taken by a majority of the Democrats Some of the Democrats regard the McKinley bill as so ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

o i n ner fui 1R THOUGHTS jourse of Dr Talmago Yester lay in the City of Brooklyn An Easter Service He Asks and An swers a Novel Question Though Practical and Tremendous Ho Glowingly Pictures the Final Teparture of the rciptfd Ones for tlie Great Jerusalem The Kermon In Full ifprcil to the Gazette BifOhXYX 2 T April G The Uatlemy of Music was appropriately ieeorated today for Easter service aud be regular artists of the Brooklyn ta b srno lo were assisted bv eminent musical erformfra The hymn sung before ser 1011 was e praise Thee O God for the Son of Tby Love For Jesus who died and is now gone above jbo subject of Dr Talmafees sermon ras Machpelah was based in cxiil 17 18 Spnrnn which fsurrei t on ad ntn li as maau ey I ur cd is wift thre el i kah his wile or Easter Thoughts the words in Gen And the field of was in Machpelah ras before Mamre the field and the cave finch was therein and all the trees that rrre in the tield that were in all the rorcltrs round about were made sure int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

FXTBL1SICEI > JSrJEIlT XSUJSSJDAT BY TH2 FublMters and Proprietors Canada can no longer bo considered the boodlers paradise What will they do now poor things Massachusetts pets and applauds Sul ivan a wife beater and denies itself a Sunday mail service the old hypocrite The cooperation of the railroads in and out of Texas has been secured and the Texas Spring Palace will be visited by tens of thousands Saka Bernhardt s latest performance that of personating the Virgin mother in sacred dramademonstrates that how- ever scant she may bo in flesh she has plenty of cheek A French newspaper informs its read- ers that Chicago received the Worlds fair through M Tomplatt of New York who occupies tho responsible position of boss of tho republio New England shoe and leather men nre indignant at the proposition to place a duty on imported hides and at any in- crease of dutv on flax or liuen thread It is easy to see where that shoe pinohes Throckmorton county advertises itself n an effective ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

J K countv countv Medlin Glen r TW f ETTES PREMIUMS Eiffliteeuth Weeks List o Pre miums Sent Out to Subscribers Distributing Handsome Poolrs Filter Fpoon3 LloctP and China Tea fcets Among the Teople The following premiums have been distributed among subscribers to the Wo kly Gazette siuce our last issue LOOKS TO FIlTH SUBSCIUBKUS Z T Joiner Colorado Mitchell county T fr coautj J H county F M L A Hawkins Centre City Mills Rowell Do Leon Comanche MarksGroveland Jaok county Moods McGregor McLennan t couuty Joe Cumraings Brazoria Brazoria couuty J JI Uuderdown Weather ford Par ker county BFWallace Fort Worth Tarrant county X Wilson Tort Worth Tarrant countv A T J E county J W W B county J W Heath Joshua Johnson county Westbrook Deport Lamar Hill Iredell Bosque county llosson Bowie Montague county H Moore cointy V u Littlejohn Roanoke Denton Rose Somervell Starrvillo Smith couuty T J Morns Newport Clay county W P Gretn Talpa Col email county W B Iliuson Graham Youug county W T Miller Pel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

1 4 4H 6 LADIES COLUMN Spring Fancies Unfolding in the Domains of Dress and Home A Saunter Through Millinery Glories With Occasional Pauses Over a Heavenly Uonnet The Sprlrgtirao that Comps Afbr Gentle Annie Is Transformed Into a Housekeeper JotlinzB by the War Forty days of selfdenial is to most women well rewarded by the luxury of an Easter ban net There is a show of reason for the assertion by some sacrilegious wretch who certainly has not th fear of woman before his eyes that this Xtnten abstinence is a bit of shrewd calculation by which the reduced grocer bills counterbal- ance the augmented bills of milliner andmantua maker The reward of welldoing may come in the shape of an entire new costume and in no other rbane could it be as welcome to the average woman Since the times when to have a bon- net for each season was an extravagance that only the rich could afford there has been much ch nge but although in these days a bennet goes with each costumo not one has quite the import...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

i L POWELL REEVES Ui iof tiio human family cs the braSi Is taied Da E C V7r tENi n pur ran edsftSCc1m edsftSCc1 fiC C l n s c s lea cr Jv nvi Latoof New York The most suc- cessful Catarrh Lung AND Throat m > Doctor IN THE WEST rrBMJUJENTLY LOCATED AT 702 3Iain Street Dallas Tex SfOOO REWARD for anv c = e he fails to cure coining under his Witri rt tv following his directions PRIVATE DISEASES OF ianiV aspecial study and practice for Ji iit rasnvcars Over 40T treated yearly t c z < of PRIVATE DISEASES cured in forhcritn IliCKUS TDMOUS BLOXCU Js ca the fac > or body cured without giving iscrcjry cr other poisons Mercury is the curse 0jt > iran race Your children will suffer frcJ is effects Avoid it as you would avoid a y dcaaj drug and use it no more These dis- eases are being cured in this dispensary without xncrcarv jjt KTEVKS is a giaduate of a regular Med- ical Clleire is well known all over the United fiiatcs rnd Canada by thousands of Old and Yc 17 Men lie has cured a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

a I A 4 f 8 6f ta ftaking powder of h f highest quality superior to all others in i i njih leavening power a 4 eneral usefulness The Spyal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by lie highest expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world LIVESTOCK IT0TES A Sure Cnre When a ewe disowns her lamb it is a good plan to imprison her in a stall so narrow that she cannot turn around in it and can only squat down to sleep With the bars runnine horrizontal and about six inches apart tho lamb can thrust its head between them and suck in spite of all her opposition She can bo kept there day and night until she yields but she must receive plenty of succulent feed meantime such as green rye or roots with an ounce per day of linseed meal or there will be danger of her milk drying up during this rigorous conflne mentT In this case the last end would be worse than the flrst Breeder The Rain and tlie Range For some time past portions of tho range country have been suffering for tho w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

CRUEL LONDON man young r I S ORDER OE THE CZAR I35T JOS3EI > 3EI I For the Gazette PART IV ICIMVTKR IV OX THE ROAD TO SIBERIA Foitunately for Dick Chetwynds mis e d he was ncstrnuger to St Peters burg and he had had some experience of oflial lile in Russia during both peace ard war Ho knew the value ot English introductions aud how most effectively to use Russian gold Notwithstanding the supposed contin ual stram of the diplomatio relation ships of the two countries and the tra ditional hostility of international inter ests Dick Chetwynd had full confidence in the courteous and friendly reception pinch he would receive at headquarters From the czar down to the humblest Russian official an Englishman phoperly accredited and backed by traveled expe rience and worldly knowledge may rely uprn courteous treatment No ofheial is more polite than a Rus leian under the influence of a strangers authortative indorsement It is true that Chetwynd met with minor obstructions and delays which e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

to Ltgma jlyfKmT > iJ ljliiyil AWWWWBCTf IWUJWuWi WE ALL A STORY OF YOUTHFUL LIFE AND ADVENTURE IN ARKANSAS u 33X OCTAVE TETA T 1 > I f AUTHOR OP THE BISHOPS VAGABOND EXPIATION NOW BUNKING IN SCR1B NEBS ETC Copyrighted 1890 by the Author CIIAPTEP HI THE OLD CONJURE WOMAN HE parting was over in a moment The black man had bun- dled Cecils luggage into the waeon Hurriedly Cecil had kissed his father hurriedly the two friends had shaken hands There was the glimpse of a head out of a window a waving of hats the last look in hia fathers eyes ah ltwas all gone only the horses splashing recklessly through the mud and the forest and these strange uncouth people and the lump tight in his throat But no matter how miserable a boy may be he must caro for his life and very soon it seemed to Cecil that they were in imminent peril All traces of a road had disappeared Before them to the right and the left was nothing but water under the trees Yet Alan drove confidently along and from the conti...

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