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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 26 September 1889

LADIES5 COLUMN Autumnal Auguries asr Interpre ted b3T Fashions Priesthood The Pretty Pedestrian from Two Stand points Liitiiwr tlie Curtain from Show Windows Wool Fabrics Inspected and Discussed De sisrns iu Costumesjf Sew Material Childrens Fashions Self Gratification and Love of Frettlncss Un safe Counsellors in the Disbursement of the Housekeeping Fund Fash ion Notes from Divers Sources Recipes Although asviyet there are no falling It xes and never is there here the bright lonngs of more northerly forests still re is a feeling that the summer is tdid and already the milliners are y wing autumn hats heavy with droop i < r leathers and bright with the llaming turs borrowed from Natures pallette ie cool morning air has tinted the v ung womens cheeks unijU their eyes f ither brightness as they sce displayed in Kp windows the pretry soft wod goods at are to be converted into fetchiug xtumes Iveil grave business men who stand on ur street corners talking of syndicates ui 1 gfheines ...

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. — 26 September 1889

1 mtk BY TUB BE3TOCXAT rVBXISUXXG COZLPsLNT Publishers a ri Jropri Ps DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors RATES SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers WKBKLY DAILY One year S10 00 J One year Six months fi 50 Six months Tferee months 8 00 j Three mouths 1 00 00GO 30 Svstoay Gazette 1 year 1 60 G months 1 00 INVARIABLY IK ADVAKCK DAILY Delivered in the city fay carriers at SI per month or 35 cent per week iSubscribers wishing their address changed f itom one postomce to aaoth er must give the old address as well as the new or the change cannot be made ALL POSTMASTERS in the State are author ised to take Subscriptions to THE GAZETTE LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Write for terms and sample copies RBMTTTANCES bv draft check postoffice money order or registered letter can be sent at our ri k All other character of remittances at senders risk Silver can be sent in registered letter All checks money orders etc must be made payable to THE DEMOCRAT...

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. — 26 September 1889

532C t ° SZr + iREATIS AMEEIOA W hat is the use in Keeping the Territories out in the Gold T iliin Twentyfire Years Every Acre Between the Atlantic and Pacific Will be Redeemed rc > arc Many Treps now Standing In tho iosemite Valley that Wore old When Christ was on Earth r r b to the Gazette TAMKRKACrEPUIPrr iooKiYX X Y Sbpt 22 It was a t anthem of praise that went up n the crowded throngs at the ulyn Tabernacle this morning n tho Ilov T DeWitt Taltnage I preached as usual Tho open bvmn was No more let human blood be spilt Vain sacrifice for human guilt Iit to each conscience be applied jc blood that flows from Jesus side i subject of the sermon was From n to Ocean or Sly Transeonti t Journey Text Psalms lxxiii lie shall have dominion from sea 1 The preacher said at two seas are referred to Some it ay that the text meant that Christ t < > reign over all the land between rabian sea and Caspian sea or be u tho lied sea and the Mediterranean < r between the Black sea and th...

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. — 26 September 1889

I 5 3 < iu tfi n 1 6 THE STRANGE FOOTPEINT A BETECTIYE STOftY e first side to whieh he devoted his retention appeared to be a portion of a irarket report Among many words of < importance he noted gold 4 a ool ost and iam the last two being f1 Piously merely portions of words The other sde was utterly incomprehensible I it almost at the end he came to the w > rds Cape To He fetehed an atlas from the boolc i e which stood in the corner and ran i eyes dowu the columns of the index 1 could only find two capes beginning t 7r Tormentlne in Nova Scotia Mrvv n Tj uiaTia so Lv turned v n cr < itu n to r By Malcolm Sell Author of His Fatal Success1 Roanoke of lioauoke Hall etc Copyrighted 1889 by S S MeClure CHAPTER XIV CBOSS LIGHTS The business which had so inconven iently interfered with Mr Padgers in vestigations was more complicated than he had suspected and lie very soon per > ived that three or four days must nec warily elapse before he would be at 1 ierty to return to We...

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. — 26 September 1889

a ripn wh jt Itsuiferi ir iittnEsJri Vl the i t nctRKl tles trxicruA nd Piter I Ind t i urrd and h < v Risrrvrm n ecalp of Cvticu dful disease from Wh > ears I thought the d pet1 scar but the 1 without any < rt 4 RheV i i j d Jtt to tseemme1 u 3 eovKl algver a T STARTLING EVIDENCE Of the Cure of Skin Diseases when all other Methods Fail Ft rssH f years c erlrg fnce head and entlr6 Letj with vkite scabs hkin rod itchj and h ccd nc air al gme Appeal inmlrids of dj Iars Pr fjiacsa ineuifeble KICured by uticura Remedies > s T J sease psoriasis first broke out on my < > r k spreading across my noseiihtralmo8t my lace lt xii into my eyei r aid the iinwas afraid I would lose my Sjfesighi i r It srread alt oermy heaehrtindmy Icll out until I was entirely bIaheadad j1 i be oat oriSsfearms and shaSMers Jfcfc vmuvrr reje4i > nJ6Jfeore Itccj redniTOn v my face tdtl hou4gersbciiSWie Th white shouldersand mi and very f scratched cf ijo1 a < = I wt constantly frijgfioiy lft...

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. — 26 September 1889

iii i 1 1 M r n i 4 4i i c m 8 less drugged or tain an impression direct fiose mm er r o ji n si as a Isvcr uiedici runs te mohe Positively Oared v 03 those little Pills 3j J Jness ness E alsSrslieveDls rojMtDyspepsia t and To pearry Eating Aper 5occ remedy for Dizzi Kau3ea DnrTsI Bad Taste In the 1 CoJTougue PIn in the Side TOE LIVER c They regulate the Bowels prevent Constipation and Piles The it and easiest to take Only one pul a Iureiy Vegetable Price 5 cents CA3TS2 M2DI0IH3 CO PrcpM Kerr COUXTT SCHOO r FROM 6TIONAL TtLt Superintendent Pool Uas to Eay About Them County Superintendent Pool fools very rriih encouraged over tlio prog ress of the schools in this coun t A number of the schools already at work aud several more 1 open on Monday next The soholas iopulatioii in Tarrant county outside Fort Worth is 4570 and apportionment is 440 per pupil or futs more per pupil than any county IVxas due to the splendid manner in I > h Tarrant countys school fund is ued new and has been ...

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. — 29 September 1889

mi Vf = 1it SOCIETY CORRUPT Ella Wheeler Wilcox on Social Weaknesses and Defects I Immoralities of City apd Country Life Where Divorced Women and Ad venturesses Come From The Wolst Man Disagreeable Tempers More Productive of Evil than Original Sin Social Insincerity > Copyrighted 18991 For the Gazette It is onlythe ruBtic the dyspeptic or the declasse manor woman who isfor rver talking of the corruption of s eioty JIany gxcelleut people whose res have been passed entirely in rural laces imagine the society of large towns to be a hotbedof immorality and odlessness People who have striven vainly for uncial place and failed to find the open usame are often loud in theirflenuncia t on of the successful and are wont to i oiupare society to a whited sepulchre Hut the cosmopolitan observant being vith a good circulation knows that hu man nature is the same the world over ind that everywhere is the same mixture of good and evil During a month I once passed in are mote and sparsely settle...

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. — 3 April 1890

J At i were considerably damaged DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO WRECK AND EUIN Louisville and Other Points Yis itcd by Fearful Disaster A Ciclone Leaves Death and Destruc tion in Its Path Frightful Loss of Human Lives Ecenes of Surging Humanity Searching for Loved Ones Kpggars Description Many liulns Take Fire LI VES AND FROPERTY DESTROYED Louisville Ky March 28 4a m Shortly after 9 oclock tonight a tor nado swept over this city wrecking 200 or 300 houses and killing 200 people Tho wind came from the southwest The Union depot at tho foot of Seventh street was lifted from its foundation and turned over into the raging torrent of tho Ohio river A train of cars making up for the Louisville Southern road went over with tho building The city hall on West Market street was wrecked In the hall were over 100 people and but few of them escaped alive Many buildings after falling caught fire and the inmates were burned All tho etreots were blocked with the debris of fallen build ings and telegraph and...

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. — 3 April 1890

I i5 if 1 For a good spring medicine we confidently rec ommend Hoods Sarsaparilla By its use the blood is purified enriched and vitalized that tired feeling is entirely overcome and the whole body is given strength and vigor The appetite is restordand sharpened the digestive organs Are toned and the kidneys and liver invigorated Those who have never tried In Waco Texas oarsapanua should do so this season It is ajthoronghly honest and reliable preparation pujfplf vegeta ble and contains no injurious rogTe3K t what ever Thousands who have taken it wffn > encfit testify to its peculiarTcurative power fv A Texas Hanker WS The following is from the largest private b I have used Hoods Sarsaparilla in my fajjSj lly for nervous prostrationwith the very best of results and can highl5 recommend it to other guttering in that way C M Selby B nk Waco Tex Sarsapn arsapari i C5 My little boy for whom I procure Hoofis Sold by all druggists 1 six for 5 Prepared ttily by C I HOOD CO Lowell Mass IQ...

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. — 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 w...

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. — 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 boy...

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. — 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 the ...

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. — 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 sheph...

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. — 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 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. — 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 growing ...

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