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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 June 1891

V i Arrive 7G5 p m 1140 pm cheapo > yoKTnBocjro No 2 daily No 4 daily SOETnBOCNB No 1 daily No 3 dally < tEoifpacific Route E10 p m V05 x m TRANSCONTINENTAL KOitTnuousD Leave No33daily B45 a m No34daily 325am BOOTH BOUND No 31 daily No33daily Texas and Pacific trains Nos Sand eonlystop at Tcxarkana T C Junction Atlanta Jeffer fon Marshall Longlev Junction Big Sandy Mineola Wills Point Terrell bast Dallas Dallas and Fort Worth FORT WORTH AND DENVER Arrive Leave 530 pm No 1 dally No 2daily 930am allium No 3daily Xo 4 daily 440pm GULF COLORADO AND SANTA FE Arrive 1125a m fcl p m E3Da m 55p in northbound No lOdaily No 2daily SOUTHBOUND No 1 daily No 9 daily Leave 1145 a m 810 p m 8M a m 3115 p in FORT WORTH AND RIO GRANDE Arrive Jreave 1200 m Fort Worth 200pm FORT WORTH AND NEW ORLEANS Arrive Leave No 44 mail 540p m No 4S accommodation 915 am C00a m No 43 mail 7tt p mNo 47 accommodation All the above trains from the Union Depot C D Lcsk Ticket Agent ST LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN Arrive Le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 June 1891

ULLAS v vp ppip 8RS BETTS BETTS ffigpja SDB8E9HS ANDSPECIALISTS 1005 MAIN STREET Dallas Texas Ste racst widely and Hutf r known spe a t n the United St St Their long expe tce reffiarkabfl jfcja < and universal success jtfcrtreatmej4j QBocureof NervousChronic cdbi < riCf42J < aes entitles these eminent trMv8 tD the full confidence of the afflicted r They guarantee ifvtrere CEItTAIN AND POSITIVE CURE for U i fus elects of early vice and the numerous ill that toilow in its train pRi VTfc BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES kfd v completely and permanently cured NERVOUS DEBILITY AND SEXUAL DIS pfiDFTS yled readily to their skillful trcaV r FISTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS cutd without pain or detention tiubuiaes inullXKLE AND VARIOCELE perma ttairt nd successfully cured in everv case SHIULlfr GONORRHEA GLEET Sper joAwii a seminal vreakness Lost Manhood Nfht Amissions Decajed Faculties Female icakurwi and all delicate disorder peculiar to lther < n positively cured aa well as all func u o uiCer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 June 1891

1 1 I 1 I 8 tl AZEOTrfetwTHrEEXAi SATUBDAlf3eS r JTwr oose as vfl Goden Egg BE ON HAND TO PICK IT TJT Have you been guilty ot throwing an 10c oB something that isnt worth jibs thingto Jou If so make it up bj lbgontt 25cforamEQUALrrc At 10 Oclock figag aa dilating Circulators Notice June SSaa weiAj > ut on the third counter outbJTD5 pieces of 5e FIGXJRED LAWISr and rue it at H i cents per yard or 25c PER DRESS of ten yards until closed out We have also something to say to you about TRIMMED HATS See our adv in to nights Mail and Mondays Gazette 0 UARRY MEYER 1 l 1412 MAIN STREET You need a or slippers a nice pair Shoes at pair of shoes 250 will buy of Ladies Low iiTr Hthe uy at tlie same place bestwearing boys shoe on earth Our 250 Mens calf shoe gives perfect satis- faction Ninetenths of the mechanics and worldnginen in Fort Worth wear Logan Evans 250 working shoe AURIST 0i35tlraence limited to diseases of the Eye Ear Nomj and throat Cor 6th and Slain Sts QR FRANK M MULLy p Doctor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

PM DEMOCEAT PUBLISHING CO Figured China Silk at 3212c yard Silk Surahs at 28o yard Finest Figured China Silk at 50c yd All the above goods in the newest shades and beat qualities WiU close out at halfprice F sti Black Silk Grenadines at 39c yard SJ50 Fancy Silk Grenadines at 75cyd 2 Fancy Silk Grenadines at 98c yd These are the biggest bargains ever known seen or heard of before but they must go at these prices 5 Lots anxJ lbcKSln the Freeman Heights Addition ajj rcTijstfictly speaking is a reservation which would riave been built upIong since had the owner con sented to cut it up into lots and blocks The best res- idences in the city are near this property and the farthest lots are in a few minutes walk of the busi- ness center and overlook the whole city as well as the surrounding country from 20 to SO miles The sale of lots will commence at 2 p m on Monday the 29th of June1891 on the grounds near the artesian well Terms Onethird cash or note and approved secu- rity to be paid by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

1 I 0 a 1 4 1 1 27 i 5Sf LADIES DEPARTMENT jdited bt aiRs ar i waltox rcEUsnEns Notice All communications intended for this department should be addressed to Mrs M n Walton Fort Worth Tex HEREDITY There Is no thin we cannot overcome Say not thy evil Instinct Is inherited Or that some trait Inborn maizes thy t hole life forlorn > And calls down punishment that Is not mer- ited Back of thy parents and srandparents lies The Great Eternal Will That too Is thine Inheritance strong beautiful divine Sure lever ol success lor one uho tries Prv up thy faults with this great lever Willi However deeply bedded In propensity However firmly set I tell thee tinner yet- Is iliat ast power that comes from truths Immensity Thou art a part of that stranse world I say Its forces He within thee strongerfar Than all thy mortal sins and frailties are Belle e thyself divine and watch and pray There Is no noble height thou canst not climb All triumphs may be thine in Times fu- turity If fthattoeer thy fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

t M Mg Vs the case now stands with us the lands surrounding our city aiv exactly as so much ad capital upon which taxes must be jiii and from which no interest can be uied They aro simply a heavyweight < oe carried without pay for the carrying M ii h as we may value them for their iu n sie worth they are nothing more nor li > than a clog on the wheels of our prog r > ss To hold on to a thing in tho hopes ia it may sometime sell at high figures is niT acting in accordance with true I ismess principles That thing should be iistantly paying a reasonable interest on i s moneyed value at least especially where as in the case of our lands that in st could in no way reduce the value of ii principal Half a million a year dug < of our surrounding lands would be just i ut much to be accredited to home produc mn from home materials now lying un- worked It would certainly tell with marked effect on the finances of our people We talk of regions specially favorable for truck farming a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

1 9 1 i i 3 m l 4 AT CHICAGO IN 93 Magnificence of the Display Can Be Appreciated THESTUPENDOUSSTRUCTURES The Varlooa Tialldlnira Will Freicnt All An- cient and Modern Styles of Arcb j Jtectnre Arranffnieata for Vlaltora It U at lost possible to form some idea of the magnificence of the Worlds Colom- bian Exposition as It will appear la May SF CSC S 55o 5 9p u o w > JS93 By common consent the buildings which have been designed to house the various exhibits bare been termed palaces c title which their magnificent propor- tions and artistic linos hare folly earned It is doubtful if suoh an aggregation of palatial structures has ever been gathered together within such a compass Seven stupendous buildings any one of which will cover more ground than the national Capitol at Washington monuments alike to the genius of the architects as well as the progress of national architecture fit- ting temples in which to celebrate the an- niversary of an event of unoqualed im- portance In the his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

THE FOHT DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO Best 250 Ladies Black Silk Um- brellas with long silver handles in Texas 800 Ladies very light Swiss ribbed Vetts at 15 cents each worth 25 cents SUPREME COURT DECISIONS RENDERED AT THE AUSTIN SITTING The llmlinp Hon John W Slayton C 1 II Gaines anil John 1 Henry A ioriAte JuilgesU S 3Iorje Clerk I m Palmer vs I L Bennett from M si On rehearing On a former day n iause was 1 overset and remanded by I > oinmission of appeals 1 A reexami a mi r ihis case shows that m the former t M sition of the case the record was mis ii i trstood and the rehearing will be pramed The court below sustained a de iii irer to so much of the answer as at mpted to set up facts to show that no > uii s lien existed and the correctness < that ruling is the question before us 2 1 ie is no averment in the answer of ap l mi that Mcrecith did not occupy the uud unil ho conveyed to Meador nor that lit utter did not take possession and hold i iiiml he conveyed it to P C Palme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

J hi I I 14 1 i 1 10 FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PDELISM COMPAM Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Rusk Streets FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION BY JIAIU IS ADVASCE POSTAGE PA1B Daily and Sunday one year HO 00 Dally and Sunday six months fi 60 Monday Wednesday and Friday 6 00 The Sunday Gazette 16 to 24 pages l yr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette 12pagcs ono year 1 00 By carrier la the city and suburbs cents a wees or tl per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Givo PostoEice Address In lull including County and State II address Is to be changed give old address as well as new THE Gazstte will be sent only for the time for which remittance is made POSTAGE Entered at the Postoftice ia Fort Worth Tex- as ScccndCIass Matter For the beneflt of our patrons who desire to tend single copies of the Gazette through the mall we give herewith the transient rate of postage Foreign and Domestic Per Copy Eight and twelve pago paper 1 cent Sixteen and twen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

LOWES STATEMENT Continued from Tiist Page fen months of the year The subsequent two months v ere paid for by the receivers without question Q Are you positive that the J1200 re- ferred only to the first ten months of 1SS9 A 1 am positive as to that Q Col Bonner said Mr Eddy paid the amount for the first two months of that j car and that when the 1200 claim came up fie withdrew his exceptions because the claim was for improper purposes A No payment was made by Mr jtlil for the first two months from the test of my knowledge from the inquiries 3 have made now and the inquiries made Jac summer during the discussion of this inauer in the newspapers and political 11 ics The first payment was made for tar ien months and no payment was made pre ous to that time under the contract of jvi 11 nlness then pave a detailed account of > ne News special train service between Itf ind Houston for which it paid 500 > month to the International and Great Jwi turn ind for which they threatened t u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

12 RAILROADS LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC Arrive eastbockd Leave No S daily 725am 605 i > m No 4dally 640pm No 6 dally 6S0a TC No 8dally 300pm J0S > am No lOdally 1035 am WESTBOUND TfOpm No 1 daily S20am No 3 dally 903 am 1030pm No 5 daily 1133 a m No 7 daily 4JOpm No fidaily 435pm MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS Arrive roirrrtEOCND Leave e40am No 2 daily 700 am 7l0p m No 4 daily 7S0 pm fcODTnBOCKD e aprn No 1 daily 810 pm- t < 5am Ka 3 daily 805 am TRANSCONTINENTAL Arrive soutiibocnd rcave No32daily 845 a m NoMdally 325am BOCTnBOtlKD T05 p m NoSldaily 1140 p m No33dally Texas and Pacific trains No3 Cin46polystop at Texarkana T C Junction Atlanta Jeffcr wm Marshall Longviev Junction Big Sandy lllneola Wills Point Terreli East Dallas Dallas and Fort Worth FORT WORTH AND DENVER Arrive Leave 30 p m No 1 daily No 2 daily 930am lltC a m No 3 dally No i daily 440pm GULF COLORADO AND SANTA FE Arrive soirrnBoroD Leave lli5ani NolOdaiiy 1145a m HCOpm NoZdaily 810pm bOUTIIBOCHD 35s m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

STC F mmm TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER farmers around Grpcvinc Tarrant rounty report the cotton doing well but corn needs rain Volunteer oats are on the market at Ver aon and are selling at 40 cents per bushel Tho fruit crop of Erath county is Tery ntufaetory this season It is thought the corn crop of Jones county will yield from thirty to fifty bushels per KTC One of tho best rains of the season fell at Anson Jones county Monday evening It ne just at tho right time Reports from Smith county show that cood rains have fallen in some sections but lain is yet pretty generally needed A large amount of tho cotton in Ellis comity is bloominc A light rain fell Mon- day which greatly refreshed tho crops Considerable new wheat has been on the jcarket at AVaiabachie tjiis week Crops around Van Alstyne Grayson countj haro been considerably damaged tv rain Grass in Lipscomb county is fine and cattle are getting fat rapidly D C Ooley of Lipscomb county has a sre acreage of millet which ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

ASERIOUS STEP That is What it is Feared Ger- many has Taken in Her ACTION ON IMPORTED CORN Bow London will Entertain the Kaiser Daring His Weeks Stay The Prince and Princess of Wale at Their Summer Keaort Copyrighted by the United Press London June 20 There is 110 doubt that the German government has taken a serious Btep in refusing to reduce the duties on im- ported corn The harvest in Germany will certainly prove deficient this year and fdthough the deficiency may not bo very 3erious that is not the sole consideration In France the winter wheat crop will be almost a complete fail- ure and the prices of wheat have during the last few weeks been rising everywhere Germany must necessarily import a- very considerable quantity of grain food nnd if to the advanced prices current in the frll trade markets there must bo added the German import duty it is quite certain that the food of the people will be exceedingly dear The mass of the people in Germany live upon grain products mainly whe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

ww DRS BETTS BETTS fHYSICIAKS SURGEOHS MDSPECIALETS 1005 MAIN STREET Dallas Texas TSe most widely ana favorably known spe cialists n the United States Their long expe trcce rerarkable fklll and unhersal succe id the treatment and cure of Nervous u Surgical diseases entitles lhslcians to the full confidence uprywberc Tbcy ruarantcyadl A cmtTAIN AND aaffTVn CURE for tt > awful effects ° Lltf9 sice and the numerous Mis that folleASifivJrSTrain FMVATSgpROD AND SKIN DISEASES rtfedthuilnilBlelelv and permanently cured TBPOUS DEBILITY AND SEXUAL DIS tlRS yield readily to their skillful treat IF FILES FISTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS > uranteed cured without pain or detention trom business HYDROCELE AND VARIOCELE perma m ui and successfully cured in every case iiliULIS GONORRHEA GLEET Sptr nttorrbea Seminal weakness Lost Manhood Sight Emissions Decayed Faculties Female Weakness and all delicate disorders peculiar to either sex positiely cured as well as all luna tions i df so ders that resul...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

16 POLE VAULTING Malcolm W Ford Describes a Popular Sport HOW TO BECOME AN EXPERT A Lively Brain Is More Xccessarj Th an a Particularly Athletic Body The Beit Itocords How to Han- dle the Pole T Pole vaulting is a game which strikes tlic average spectator as being unusually daring To do it well an athlete must have plenty of science for it is a combina- tion of a little strength of arm a little spring in jumping and a little speed in running A champion at it seed not be rISTKO TO THE BAE IFrom an Instantaneous photograph taken es- pecially for this article very strong speedy or active but he must have the ability to use what athletic tal- ent he has to the best advantage The game JooIls difficult but in reality it is very sim- ple Anyordinary man after a months practice shonld clear in the neighborhood of 9 feet The average scratch competition at it is won between 10 feet and 10 ft G in There are only aboutadozen athletes in the whole world who have cleared between 10ft C in and 11 ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

Ttmm Xkooed all hopo of recovery tJttCl list and pamphlet question HOTEL M J 0 UcCARTHY Piesdent yr PARKEB4 Specialists Hirshfield Building Oomer Seventh ani 4 Houston Streets Port Worth Tex DISEASES OF WOMEN Prolapals Uteri Len eorrncea Painful Menstruation and all Female Weak- nesses promptlv relieved STRICTURES with all their bad consequcnccssuch a3strangurynervous excitement nervous debility SR natural discharges weakness and final 1 hood quickly cured by simple safe and NERVOUS DEmLITY L fcjpllKod Night Emissions SpermatorjhaaJiflWrorYouth Loss of Memory AYersloMMMPI lMill Headache or Sleep texual Disorders yield readily to catment tE for the dreadful effects of early vice ngs organic weakness and destroys both and mind SVlHILIS That dreaded and most horrible of all diseases thoroughly and completely cured and the pa- tient fully restored to health and usefulness without the aid of mercury or other poisons Our long experi- ence in New York hospitals enables us to treat dis- eas...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

si t ABOUT ADVERTISING PRACTICAL IDEAS AND SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TOMAKE AD- VERTISING PAY BY NATHANIEL C rJOWLER JR OF BOSTON EXPERT AT ADVER- TISING Paper No 6 Copyright 1891 by Nathaniel C lowler Jr1 About Advertising Space It is proposed to continue the discussion of advertisement writing under the sub subject of proper size of space for adver- tisements Every sensible merchant knows that ad- vertising is a vital part of business and that advertising space is stock in trade Here are business axioms and so being they cannot open reason for cutting of size of advertisements any more than for cut- ting of size of business While economy is to bo practiced in ad- vertising there is no sense in applying all the economy to one branch of the business while full expenditure remains for other departments of the business The old business mamhn that that which is worth doing is worth doing well applies in its full strength to advertising Better not advertise atallthan to botchit so sensible mer...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

yt treatas RBM ioinnaaashwiat si mimgi0 tfcel nonomnn can be thoroughly hap- py nix U not a religious woman P CHAPTER I snwt lightly indicate my early history fjy lather was a prosperous business man ja the city of Philadelphia No name on Unlet street was moro respected and cer- tainly no store fronton Market street was cjlier than his He was a kindly man en Erely devoted to hl3 business and all the more because it demanded a slight knowl tdse of science which gave him an excuse orKibscrihiDg to The Sdentlflc American tad forming cabinets of specimens I tsu exceedingly fond of him and he I hink preferred me to my younger sister Who ras a prig as many girts are It may be that I ought to ascribe ray others preference to the fact that being i precocious child I soon learned how to- p ay at billiards for It was in that gome that he found his chief 1 and indeed his enly relaxation In course of time I be- came quile an adept though it was tire loae to have to knock the balls about night t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 21 June 1891

f 3 AND AURIST Practice limited to diseases Jl the Eye Ear Nose and throit Cor 5th and Main Si FRANK M iai liTATE by the 10th of the Doctor McCoy Rectal and GenitoUrinary Specialist FEMALE Diseases CURES Piles Fistulas business jSSs U m frlctures JggS cultlns or Gonorrhea Syphilis MSSK organs Office 510 MAIN ST FT WORTH TEX CLARK receive prompt NDOX TEX attention CASH IN ADVANCE To insure subllcatton In The Gazetj all advertisements rocel must be accQJB aJBjajrtHWWBFcatU except contracts exist Guette Circulators Office Those who wish to subscribe or settle subscriptions to the FortWpsUiJiiSflfilSSr zktte will plcasecAU1l4NNIUceriu4Main Etreot h fliiM Treatherford and First at SWHfrSprinkles fruit stand Respectfully B F am > J B Spbivklb City Circulators Circulators Notice All who are indebted to us for the Dally Gazette who do not pav f < cut oft fiiiimt M H111 i i ijil inn list i i llh uM iiWfflii i i We aro com fWtRjaio pay for every paper wo take from the ofBco and it i imp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 June 1891

5S tt mT mr r DEMOCKAT PUBLISHING CO STUNNING PRICES The Watchword at AUMANS SUCCESSOR TO B O 3VAKS OO I am determined to be the In Fort Wortti Greatest Values Ever Offered Figured China Silk at 32 l2c yard Silk Surahs at 28c yard Finest Figured China Silk at 50c yd AU the above goods in the newest ehades and best qualities Will close out at halfprice Black Silk Grenadines at 39c yard St 50 Fancy Silk Grenadines at 75cyd 2 Fancy Silk Grenadines at 98c yd These are the biggest bargains ever known seen or heard of before but theyinust go at these prices M dM M MMk i Ai 1000 yards Blaok Lawn at 5c yard 1500 yds Checked Nainsook at 5c yd 65c all wool French Challie 35c The above prices for these goods areupfany giving away but go lymust You will always find the goods in stocfeas advertised bona fide bargain prices and our motto is The Blk Goods fi fhe Least Money 1 60 Flannel Blazers at 75 each 600 Ladies Corsets aU sizes at 19o each 200 sots of Linen CoUars and Cuffs at 10c a set 250 l...

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