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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

JSne rears a citizen of tho United States Ale must also be wben elected an in state for tvhieh he has habitant of the been chosen The senato chamber is in the center of the north wing of the capitol It is an imposing room surrounded by lobbies approaches and corridors It has no ex terior openings and is liphted through stained and ornamented glass panels In the ceiling It is constructed wholly of metal and masonry severe and simple in its colors and decorations It is 113 feet 3 inches Ions 80 feet 3 inohes wide and Eii feet hicli Its pnlleries have accom- modations for about 1000 speototors entillation is scoured by a system of re- volving fans driven by enpines in the basement The senate meets on tho first Monday in December annually Its daily ses- sions legin at 12 oclock and are opened with a brief prayer by the chaplain nfco president takes the chair and tho journal of tho proceedings of the previ- ous day isrpad by the secretary amended if necessary and approved Messages rni th...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 10 April 1890

12 EASTER The Jewish Feast of the Pass over the Queen of Festivals Controversy Between Christians of Jew- ish and Gentile Descent as to Time of Observance Different Customs in Different Countries Tho Sacred Festival Elaborately Cele- brated by the Moravians For the Gazette Ilaster from its earliest day has been styled the Queen faf Festival The primitive Christians from their close connection with the Jewish ohurch naturally continued to observe Jewish festivals of which the prinoipal one was the Feast of the Passover which ceL brated the passing over of the houses of the children of Israel in Egypt by the destroying angel when be smote the rgyptiaus Faster is the perpetuation of the Jewish feast of the Passover which ennobled by the thought of Christ the true Paschal Sacrificial Lamb the first fruits from the dead beoame the ChristianjEaster Even at the pres- ent day Easter is known to the French as Paques to the Italians as Pasqua and to the Spanish as Pnscua all of which are deri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO E53 mi Assures a distribution of vPSrUt K PJantf th year and with a good crjfe ton f85000 or 90000 bales otjq have R00d 8tands of cordfnira th plant looks vigorous Farmitfs am- a better condition financial tbiifc OP To Weekly Gazette Subscribers BEGINNING DEC 11889 WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 PAGES ONE YEAR 825 TVe will distribute the following premiums to subscribers to the Weekly Gazette the best 12page newspaper pub- lished in the South To every fifth subscriber jj handsome standard clothbound book To every tvjentyfifth subscriber a set of silverplated tea- spoons To every oneMmdvedth subscriber a set of silverplated knives or forks To every tlVQhundvetlth subscriber a set of silverplated knives and forks To every fourhundredth subscriber a large handsome 8day strike clock solid black walnut handcarved case 21 inches high v r To every onethoiisandih subscriber a genuine china tea set consisting of 56 beautifully decorated pieces To every twothoimidth subscriber a mag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

I 5i 5 i 1 HUMOBS whether itcl t SPRING bleeding scaly crusted pimply whether of the skin scalp br bloo of whether simple scfaJoug f tary from infancy to agct permanently and economylr greatest of all known humor cure burning r blotchy with loss r heredi speedily d by that jfc < flin and blood purifier of Incomparable purity > ind curative pS jer An acknowledged specific of worldwide ce ebrijgtfejfEnJirelv vegetable safe innocent sd gtl able Effects daily more greet cures l jskfnv scalp and blood humors thn all othe > Jcin and blood remedies before thepublic Salfyxxeatcr than the com- bined sales f all othejiulM and skin remedies Sold everywhere PVioe jSl Pottee Droq akd Chemical ConPOB TioH ffiostcn jogSend fof How V3 Cure g rlng Humors THE BAPTIST CONVENTION Great Crowds Coming to Attend the Con- vention and Prospect for Invest- ments Its Scope and Size When the Southern Baptist convention gets together on May 9 there will be one of the largest crowds of the year in the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

LADIES5 COLUMN Speculations in Fashions Bou- doir and Hymens Haunts The Ins and Outs of the Modern Bodice Dress Topics Skirt Measure- ments Gown Models A List Frepared for tho Instruction of the Daughters of the Household Fashion Notes Kitchen Hints A writer on fashion starts out by say- ing I would seem almost impossible to go far astray in the matter of the dress bodice From an ordinary point of c enervation it seems easy to go astray in an attempt to get in or out of one Where it buttons ties or hooks is seem icjriv a hidden mystery it is certainly a hJien outlet There is the classic the religicuse 1iud aesthetic tea gown that with jabots oflnce folds crossing and flowing drapery giro no intimation that tbev have not like the sheath enwraping the flower gown around the fair beauty the incase It is only when arrayed in the strictly tailor made that buttons manifest themselves and give assurance trit change of costume is possible Many of these for thi spflng are stylish in their ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

U 1 J II I i T > BY TUB ZJEHIOCJiAT jrVJJZISILLXa C031VA2TX Viiblishrrg and Proprietors It Mr Gould is looking for anything in Texas they say ho will find it at Abilene and Fort Worth It is well when the owners of railroads draw near to the people with whom the railroads deal Owners and people should get together they are too far apart Massachusetts is opposed to a duty on hides Texas is opposed to a duty on blankets and clothing Massachusetts and Texas should go together Send for Cleveland Mr Gould has never been heard to recommend Texas as a health resort Mr Gould has much railroad property in Texas and he lives a long way off Mr Gould has not remained in Texas so long for his health Ik it is fair to judge of the staying quality of the national bank system by the increase in the number of banks it may be said it is here to stay During tho five months ending April 1 there were 127 new banks added to the list The newest president of Venezuela wants to twist the tail of the Britis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

L X KANDALL HEAD The Great Statesman Passes Away in the Btfsom of His Family louching Scenes About the Bedside His Life Goes out as the Sabbath Morning Dawns Ills Career as Statesman and Soldier Eevlew of his Protract d Sickness Funeral Ar- rangements W cniNfiTOV April 13 It was a sad anl tour hinR scene at the Randall resi- des i n Capitol Hill when Congressman nibjel 1 Randall expired this morning ust as the bells of a neighboring church wore tolling 5 oclock Around the bed Jo were gathered the family the bysician and PostmasterGenaral Wan amaker who had all kept con- stant watch over the dying man during the night Few momenta before his death he had opened i t eyes and looking tenderly at his wife who knelt over him said in a low tone Mother a word linked with all the fondest recollections of their long and happy married life and by which he al- ways called his wife when none but the family were near Jle looked into her eyes a if he were about to say some- thing more but ho seeme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

1 1 I I 6 > ssiftty cured CB5s fs asonable To Toimg ai ASUB Ei Gordon Mrs S C Haines Mrs Elizabeth Hall Mrs Martha A James Mrs Hattie D Johnson Mrs M Johnson Mrs A S Knight Nannie Loving Ruby Litton Mrs Ida B Murphy Mrs Sadie Milligan Sirs Lula Mitchell Mrs WPO Maxwell Alice McAnnelly Mrs M J Putnam Mrs Mary E Thelps Mary C Peck Rena Robey Mrs Virginia Randolph Mrs Belle Shindelort Tillie Searcy Zilphia Simpson M B Scott Mrs L C Truitt Mrs Amanda Trainmell Fannie Thompson Mrs Liilie Ward Sannor Westmoreland Miss Woods Lessie Gentlemens Anderson Jerry or Mrs Nancy Hilliard Burnett Peter Brown W H Berry Richard Bealmear Herbert 2 Bales Geoijre Clark Wash s Chapman Win tarn Calley Dr 14 Drummond Charley Dixon W A J Dillon James Evans J C Edwards Albert Fitzgerald L B Grant J L Galden Thos Gough Dan Gaulley Edward Hamilton A R Hughes RH Hotchkiss C A Horsbrugh Fretf Harbeck John II j S i 5 X r Hamilton Chas Jackson Manuel Jeffries W D Johnson Cornelias Jones W B Kerr H S King T J Lam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

PIM jr Tkt b oliE when two of them on each hand and as this blood e more atxfl rnp lm pn2e i torg Io ll Mass 1 Livaseu AyerTjCnthartic Pills as a Magnify Mrbdicine r > r r yeatsfand they have always given the utmost satisfaction James A Thornton Blopmington Ind Two boxes of Ayers Pill cured me of severe headache from which I was long a sufferer Emma Keyes Hubbardstown Mass charging aran ftp vmaf ff vowiyjearsold SLr I undeetpok the carrjQf fcis moJiec aving died wll n he was a little t an a yeaf old of consumption sqjjpJf Cuticura V c above is one u mpst gratifying of the can s of cureswadeb3t jjrffPTicuBAREME v J is concluV fiH that they not vn tLe worstyfpfes but mre them for all Hence it i3hat surprlsirtbat mothers ec0 < uldren blei s Mwgroicun J JiEDiES TirCRA the grea P D jastantly allays H most agonizing itdjiugT Durning and in faimanon cleats thp kju and scalp of crusts < ales heals ulcers p nd sores and restores t < nair Cuticura Soab 4the greatest of skin t Tifi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

r 8 tlanu Alisoiutelv Pur jowocrjiever vanes A marvel of purity tyandSvholcsomeness More economical vtli SfrTMfiary kinds and cannot be sold in k ngprafroli with the muUitude of lowtest wtwcight alum or phosphate powders Sold on f ij cans Eo al Baking Powdkr Co w ction of thfe > er Indigestion and 35r Hesx prevent jSqastipation BrjaUest andteasit to take jl nOUXi EJSEXPS radi it ciprtj es bjel vfecratic convention if Be H S town andcoimty LVTO v < iV < i BBSs Positively Gursdjjyftf tUesoIxittloPill Kj Thcyalso tress from JJ TV ff Aper fecflJeinetl3vfor Dizzi ncssfjrausea Drowsl i Pi InpRS Bad Taste in theM 2Iouth Cottf To gce Pain In the Side TOEj HD UVEPv They regulate tho Eoweld End and Piles The Only one pill i cse Purely vegetable Tries 5 cents CALCS2 1HKKS2 CO Prspn ls TeiJ eniu > ttnd beautifies th6 hair I HAIR BALSAM K Es a luxuriant pronth j r Fails to Restore Gray t9 its Youthful Color jsOpciiMesis liairalliue j iV Start Ri < it Pniggifts I hereby announcejff...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

= BY OEBEK m THE CZAE THE TKAG1G STORY OF AKNA KLOSSTOCK THE QUEEN OF THE GHETTO 33 Y JOSEPH HATTOX AUTHOR OF CrXEL LOXDO V THE THREE RECRUITS JOHN NEEDHAMS DOUBLE Etc Copyrighted by the Author 1889 All Rights Reserved J F r the Gazelte PART IT CHAPTER IV AN OLD MAX A D niS DAUGHTER Travelers who know Siberia and read- ers no have studied the literature of tl subject need not be told that it is not a navs winter in that vast region of the ja ian empire which is larger than urpe and has nearly as much variety pi innate If this last claim however r < = mewhat exaggerative it must at txt be ronlessed that there are tracts < f Siberia which can boast of flowers n i gardens songbirds butterflies lakes and fertile < nr trearos pleasant Ttileys A great portion of the country i thi provinces of Tobolsk and Tomsk J including the steppes ot Baraba and v tu are of rare fertility they are i 1 the granaries of Russia The j y of the Yeuesei in Western Siberia Iji of the Sayansk mountains...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

M Q 1 i 13 i i i i i 1 ID TJBE WEEKLY GAZETTE FOPJ WORTH TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 17 WE ALL A STORY OP YOUTHFUL LIFEAND ADVENTURE IN ARKANSAS 33Y OCTAVE THAXET AUTHOR OF THE BISHOPS VAGABOND EXPIATION SOW KUNMING IN SCR1B NERS ETC No Ally Copyrighted 1S90 by the Author CHAPTER V thi meanest max KEitE was no longer any stiffening of the joints of conversa- tion Both the young Soy tons tongues were for running at once They rattled a fusillade of question and comment on their father who between his answers contrived to help Cecil to a new notion of Arkansas He was astounded to discover how peaceful honest free from violence was the supposed home of carnage and the Bowie knife Why declared the colonel I havent known a man killed in live years Twenty years ago maybe Oh well Im not talking about twenty years ago or during the grayback times its now 4 the living present as the poets call it And honest I assuro you Cecil Aunt Valley is the only person in the bottom who feels bound to lock up at...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

tl t sl r t if tied uow Everywhereovr tho prairies where we scouted aud fought when our Vov readers of today wero babies the iron horse goes snorting on his way vast fiHds of grain countless head of iref cattle cover the elopes und bottoms where the buffalo herded by toms thousands in the early seventies Town v ilaces oven large and thriving cities Mne epruug up like magic over thoj ace cf the earth In 187C no white lhan ciuld ride alone from the Platte to the lewder river or beyond Now only on the reservation will an Indian face be ge n And all that vast vast expanse of r < h and beautiful and productive coun- try wb opened to the settler and irami M lTlt 1 y the little army of United States its horse and foot and not one of ttT e f < rtile valleye is unmarked by the ria v f their fallen i a duty full of vivid interest and r itnnent boys it was a service that t u m tho mountains or over tho- r ud rairies from the moment the grass tan to piout in the early spring until iu i th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 17 April 1890

if 4 12 = i = Ji isg g j iarififtiwaw A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT > jy OR LADY G1EI0KES TEMPTATION 3SST3DC > 2 HITSSSXjIj mothers side autoor op FOOTPRINTSINTHESNTOW THE BROKEN SEAL THE TRACK OP THE STORM Etc AIXRIGHTS KESERVEDJ CHAPTER I MOTHERSnELV A dreary day dreary within and with- out as though the gray clouds wept over the little house with the drawn blinds where a widow and her children crouched together in the first dark hours of the knowledge of their bitter bereave- ment The blow had fallen so swiftly so sud- denly that the mother of the small jjroup of mourners felt utterly over- whelmed and struck down She had risen on this dull November morning and looked out on the roadway before her modest suburban hqme and watched the dead leaves swirling in circles as the wind swept them hither and thither and while her eyes followed their airy flights her thoughts had wandered vaguely on Before the leaves fell again Robert would be with her Robert her husband in India for his regime...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO o ve rreminiH Assures a distribution of atiie fc < SA i4t jMia i ks aLAsrJA TO 5A = iWYf J f CLOCKS CHINA AND To Weekly Gazette Subscribers BEGETEG DEC 11889 WEEKLY GAZETTE i2 PAGES QUE YEAR SS25 We will distribute the following premiums to subscribers i the WCcMy Gazette the best 12page newspaper pub- lished in the South Tu every fifth subscriber a 1iandsome standard clothbound book To every tiueltfjft7lfubscijbev a set of silverplated teaspoons v spoons To eerv onclllindvedtll subscriber a set of silverplated knives or forks To every iWOlmmdvedtlb subscriber asset of silverplated knives and forks To txviy fouvliundvcdfh subscriber a large handsome day strike clock solid black walnut handcarved case LM inches high A To eery oitetllOUSCindtll subsct ei a genuine china tea- ser consisting of 56 beautifully decorated pieces To vvinytirothoiiscaidth subscriber a magnificent tilting water pitcher 22 inches high 14 inches wide with two handsome goldlined goblets...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

ii I Be Sure to Get H Sarsaparilla my child See thaJgSey do nt give you anything else You the medicine which did mama a year ago so reliable benefitial pleasant to take my favorite spring mecine Sold by drnggists gl six for g5 iTepared only by C I HOOD CO ApotliicurieeLowell Mass iOO Doses One Dollar THE BOOMER DEAD Capt W L Couch Succiunbs the Wound Inflicted by J C Adams to A Party Organized to Lynch Adams He is Taken to the Wichita Kail Jail for Safe Keepimr Biography ot the Most Prominent Man in the Lnited States In Regard to the Great Oklahoma Movement Special to the Gazette Gctiirie I T April 21 Copt W L Couch an old pioneer and widely known as organizer of the Oklahoma movement died this morning at 3 oclock His death was the reault of a wound inflicted by J C Adams with a Winchester rifle on April 4 When it became known that Capt Couch could not live twentyfour hour3 a party was organized to lynch Adams United States Marshal Walker was in- formed of this and yesterday boarded...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

latter what i ha IDSt anJ WilO t > v ssy j M LADIES COLUMN Anne Boleyn and Nell Gwynne Step Down from Picture Frames HodeS of Different Eras Prevail but do not ClashPlain Descriptions of Simple Costumes Observations on Dinner Ftlqnotte by Georjro w Chilli of FarFamed Ilnspltallty Fashion Notes Recipes Writers on fashion are saying that this is harvest time for the dressmaker as lat yt r s dresses must be entirely re- made il the wearer has any ambition to tP < n th fashion and does not intend to bP out of the world The careful ob fnner of chances has not failed to notice that the radical on es are in simplicity of Bkirt and elaborateness of sleeves The chnnse is doubtless owing geems to be a in womans be protuberances somewhere now tnat the short waists belts and short skirts of a century have been reproduced it mi gbtDe rably expected that the sleeve n to fixed idba costuming there of that period would be in These cushions were fitted to the an the inner side the outer euoTiK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

4 i M H 2 prBXJ5aE2 > ETJEJtY TETURSDAY ev Tim DttiocjtAT rrriiiiisiiixG cojup Lyr Tubllahers and Proprietors W W M People in Texas who wish to make quick time to St Louis will note that the fast trains start from Fort Worth Thk Farmers club o Syracuse have resolved that to reduce a days labor to eight hours would be ruinous and utterly Impracticable But then farmers are not laborers they are landholders and con- sequently aristocrats Republicans are finding Montana the new sister not all their fancy painted her Butte a town in Silver Bow coun- ty that the Republicans claimed in a recent election went Democratic by sev- eral hundred majority Woman doesnt have all her rights in Atlanta Georgia Mayor Grant has vetoed the liquor license granted by the city council to a woman on the ground that It i against publio policy to allow women to engage in the liquor business Snoru > the suggestion of Secretary Proctor to add a regiment of Indians to the United States army be carried out ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

J I T J irv timhp people t i tl p descendants of Texas veterans Vtcnptto secure a register of all nt r > ultrd in the following list yXi Jl Lubbock of Austin Hon < rarKtr Tarrant county A L b arajt Gonzales Hon Gny M Capt Lawrence inan < f Ualveston Dillard CooDer 1 0 J1 n t 1 r J p t t c a < tin- t 7 TEXAS VETERANS They Hold Their First Session and Count Their Missing Brenham is Selected as Kext Place of Meeting Defeating Lampasas and Temple A uovoment to Perpetuato the Oreanlzatlon TableThe Death HollThose lalJ on the lresent ionie Famous Men Trom Sundays Daily veterans were gather w t cd the Texas er 11 gether at Como hall at 11 oclock rtpriay morning ready for the Open ly < ira < T re tto county a le W P Zuber of v M t < I I H t ti nn I an I 1 lui 11 t n their program me there were o of them on hand were many women anions iring the veteran badee ana wearing badgesde liobard Douglass Crockett J lorse of Cambelltown T G of Paris Denisa Mathews of itnwn John E ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

6 PAINLESS SURGERY Discourse of the Key Dr Tal mage Yesterday in Brooklyn He Glowingly Enumerates the Many Wonders Performed ly the Divine Healer Jesus Christ On His Head be all the Crowns In His Hands be all the Scepters At His Feet bo all tlie Worlds TOE ART OP SURGERY Special to the Gazette Brooklyn April 20 The audiences Dr Talmace has had on Sunday even jugs since the burning of the tabernacle drove his congreeation to the shelter of the Academy of Musio have been some- thing phenomenal This evening the spacious building was filled in evsry part The popular preacher discoursed on the profession of healing His text was Matthew xi o The blind receive their sight and the lame walk the lepers are clensed and the deaf hear He said Doctor I said to a distinguished surgeon l do you not get worn out with constantly seeing so many wounds and broken bones and distortions of the human body Oh no he an- swered all that is overcome by my joy in curing them A sublimer or more merciful art ne...

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