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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 28 June 1891

a a 4 J In a 3 I a w b J dJgt preacleoEunning and ovening by Elder V Lc anv Subject In the mornf TheB Jsm of the Bible in the evi ng T give > udtian Solution of tho Liquor roblejuse ji dayschool at 930 a m ill pel ttS 0 welcome RevTniffeo will deliver a lecture on he n pep hurch and Civilization at the Catders for ti this morning at tho close of he niast n a fat tho p o AlleeLyons Trial 5pecl s Gazette Sa YOUJmio Tex June 27 At Pear sail t for y < n the preliminary examination of Al JrUee and Jasper Lyons for the mur < lvo Editor Bowen Henry A King afaiv Goho was on the train al the time of U j ly was put on the stand for the on in y He said that when AUee boat train he stopped and spoke to hinvnvnRN very pleasantly and then pas nniii a careless manner Imme 5 uomwards the flrine becan and J IN PULPIT AND PEW Where the Bread of Life will be Dispensed ToDay THE BAPTIST CHURCHA MODEL L letter Received by Bev Morgan Wells Yesterday Special Berncei and High Mail at St Stanlilau ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 28 June 1891

m TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER l The cotton around Morkel in Taylor county is extra fine The sprin g roundups are about over and nearly all the wool crop has been clipped Mr William Styles an Ellis county fanner threshed 1931 bushels of wheat from eighty acres TLeWVan Alstyne News says Capt G L Burke made twentyseven and onethird bushels of wheat per acre Rain is needed in some sections of Titus county The plum crop of Caldwell county is very large A fine shower fell at Alvarado Johnson county which was of great benefit to the corn crop Good rains were reported all over Kauf man county the first of the week and crops are in good condition The wheat crop of Comanche county is turning out as well as was expected aver aging from twentytwo to twentyeight bushels per acre Claude Akmstrokg Couxir Juno 20 Weather clear and warm Crops are all doing well Wheat cutting has bcgunt and the yield will be far better than was ex pected wheat that was thought to have been ruined by the hai...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 28 June 1891

iS3Si3 3 > re GOWD BANK STATEMENT AlfJflNCREASE IN DEPOSITS AND LOANS SHOWN the Stock Market Quiet Railroad Gov ernment and State Itpnds Steady Some Stocks Decline Commercial Resume Special to the Gazette Nxw York June 2 Money closed at 8 per cent the only rate of tho day Exchange Steady 874 SOU Silver SI 00 Sugar lfcrtv fairly active and firm 96 test centrifugal S ie refined active and higher cut loaf and crushed 5 c granu lated c cubes 4 9lCc Wheat Options fairly active and weak today under selling caused by fine weather and lower cables Prices closed weak J to VI cents lower Spot lots closed weak Wool Quiet but steady Spring Texas lG 21c Cotton Spot lots steady Middling up lands bc Futures closed steady Coffee Spot lots quiet Fair Rio car pels 19c Futures closed firm Hides Steady Buenos Ayres dry 13 14c dry Texas 10K12c Stocks were fairly active during the two hours of business today but there w ere de cidedly more buyers than sellers St Louis and Nashville St Paul Northwester...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 28 June 1891

16 ALIEN LAND LAW The Mass Meeting of Citizens Held Last Night THE RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED The Speeches Made Upon the Question by Those Present The Committee of Five to IJe Appointed by the Chairman A mass meeting of the business men of this city was held last night in the Cham ber of Commerce for the purpose of dis cussing the alien land law and to devise if possible some means looking to the repeal of such law or to the amending 9f it in suclra way as to remove the harsh features of it In the absence of Maj Van Zandt the president of the chamber of commerce J J Jtoche called the meeting to order and was ifterwards made permanent chairman He Uated the object of the meeting T B Burbridgo one of the committee ihat was appointed at a recent meeting of the Chamber of Commerce to draft resolu tions on this subject arose and read the following Whereas the Dallas Board of Trade has formulated and passed the following reso lutions at their meeting of Tune 24oiustaut Whereas this Board of Trade...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 29 June 1891

SMOCRATPUBLISHINGr CO Of everything must be At 25 Per Cent employment to severkundred mjM gSB Mftpay roll 50OOOto 60000 n ttitagfgJCTPfation 800 feet situated on water shB pMeen the Leon and Brazos L rivers The Tjuriflwcity Gnmpany will PUBMC AUCTION Lots and blocks in the FreemAHeights Addition which strictly speaking Is a reservation which would have been built up long since hlrathe owner con sented to cut it up intoiots and blochQWThe best res idences in the city are near this pYMerty and the farthest lots are in a few minutes vVankof the busi ness center and overlook the whole cily aVwell as the surrounding country from 20 to 30 milesYSThe sale of lots will commence at 2 p m on Monday of June 1891 on the grounds near the ar Terms Onethird cash or noteand approved qcu rity to be paid by January 1st 1892 balance in one and two years with interest at 8 per cent per annum THE TEMPLE CITYCOMPANY By J E MOORE Genera Manager WE HAVE SOUNDED EM ML TO EI PIES IN FORT WORTH AT E BAUMANS S...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 29 June 1891

Flavoji NATURALFRU1T FLAVORS Vknilla j Of perfect purity Lemon I Of great strength Almond Z Economy In their use Rose etCr Favor a delicately and dellclously as the fresh fruit ACROSS THE POND United in Opposing Cardinal Layegeries Policy THE CZAR AND FAMILYS VISIT Irlnce Victor to Get a Fortune Upon Cer tain Conditions Strikers In larls Fail to Make a Succc sof Their in orts A Xer Party 1oriuinff Paws June 28 Under the prompting of Cardinal Richard other leaders of the Spiscopal church in prance have united n opposition to Cardinal Lavegerics policy In support of the republic and t new party is forming called Union de la Franco Corecticnne The organizing committee includes the principal ConscrvatUo senators and depu ties The composition of the union is dis tinctly monarchist but in the meantime legislative action will bo limited to the de mand for the alteration of the scholastic laws affecting religious teaching and to the abolition of the military law in holding the pride of the ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 29 June 1891

r Wm A genera a 3iihfuLi j DJ CALKISSVfterU ING fttr We are now belting the world at less prices than can be bought from the factories W rill offer the extreme low prices for ninety days both leather and the very best rubber Write for prices W A Huffman ImplementCo CfaT WORTH TEXAS V B LOYD President B 0 BBHBETT TlMPredSeit Corner Second xnd EqjW Cash jCapitar OOO CJ NATfONAl BANK pnrworth Tex Transacts a General Banking Business Surplus 123000 rintrCTons Miss A Harroia M B Loyd C H Higbee Zane Cetti D C Bennett George facfcon S B Burnett E B Ilarrold and M Ilarrold E W TAYLOE President E E CHASE 1st VicePresident MOSQAN J0HE3 i E E POWELL 3d VicePresident A B BIT THE MERCHANTS BANK iFSSf mMll TEXAS Capital Pad In fSOgflOO Surplus Fund 60000 Geo L Hurley C J Swasey A P Luckctt E E Powell E W P A B Smith Mark B Tyo E eW T Martin Evans F Ellington Joe Mayer Nathan PowrteTTlortwood Jno D Tcmpleton E T Ambler Transacts a general banking buslnessiS loin = discounts and exchangeforeign an...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 29 June 1891

U ra 1 FORT WORTH DAM GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERT DAT IN THE TEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLIMG COHPAKY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Rusk Streets FORT WORTH terms or subscription 1ST KAXlrm ADTASCE rOSTACE MID Dally and Sunday one year 110 03 Dally and Sunday sir months 5 SO Monday Wednesday and Friday 5 03 TLe Sundav Gazette 16 to 21 paces 1 yr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette 12pagcs one year 1 00 By carrier in the city and suburbs 25 cents a neck or U per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postofflce Address in full including County and Sute Ii address is to be changed give old address as well a3 new TnE GAZErrnTTlU be sent only for the lime for which remittance Is made POSTAGE Entered at the Postofflce In Fort Worth Tex as SecondClass Matter For the beceHt of our patrons who desire to send single copies of The Gazette through the mall w e git e herewith the transient rate cf postage Foreign and Domestic Per Copy Eight and twelve page paper 1 cent Mxteea and twenty page paper 8 c...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 29 June 1891

iat w fmwmsmg ALIEN LAND LAW Fort Worth Attorneys Think of It GENERALLY OPPOSED TO IT TlrjThink It ITHl Bo or Great Harm to tlie State In Barring Out Toreljjn Capital What They bay About It in Tlielr Own Words Interest in the alien land law was unflafr ein vestcrday and where knots of men were congregated on the street corners the discussion of this bill was what interested thein Opinion was divided as to its merits and demerits hut the demur rers to the action of the legisla ture were in tho ascendancy A Gazette reporter wishing to get at the legal signifi cance of the bill and to procure for the benefit of its readers the views of the law er in the city visited a few of the most iirominent Some were absent from the itv others had not read the law and fliers were noncommittaL Below is given the opinions of the gentlemen who have jr iven the matter some study and their uews are presented as to the effect on he present financial dilemma and the con sequent effect it will have of unse...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 29 June 1891

TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CR0PS AND WEATHER Quaxaii Hardexan ConsrT June 2S Charles Goldberg of this eitjr shipped this week a trainload of wheat consisting of fifteen cars f6urteen cars to go to New Or leans for export to Europe and one car to St Louis Bach car was labeled with a large banner reading This car of wheat shipped by Charles Goldberg from Quanah Hardeman county Tex crop of 1891 This train will attract great attention as it will bo tho first trainload shipped from this section and will be a big advertisement for Quanah Sanger Denton countj Tho wheat threshing is finelj progressing in this sec tion Tho yield is about twentyone bushels peracre Wilson Bros Partlow bought this week 5500 bushels of wheat at 73 cents eight cars of which they shipped to St Louis and New Orleans Bnowjftvoon Bnowx Couxtt June27 Wheat and oats are all cut and produced a fine jield as well as sample Fanners are busj threshing Cotton is doing well Henderson Rusk county Tomatoes are now being shipped from ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 29 June 1891

Tfcc most widely and Javcrably Known spe cialists In the United States Their long expe rience remarkable V1U and universal success In the treatment and euro of Nervous Cnronio ted Surgical diseases entitles these eminent physicians to the full conSdenca of the afiNM everywhere They guarantee j4se3 A CEItTAIN AND POSI3gc4 rftfe for the awful effects of carlyjkj tPTBe numerous ei lis that follow In ItaittM PHIVATE BWMMgSlTD SKIN DISEASE3 ipeedlly comatK T and permancntlv cured XEKVMMSBlIBtLITY AND SEXUAL DIS OKMjWyleld readily to their skillfultreat j FILES FISTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS w guaranteed cured without pain or detention from business HYDROCELE AND VARIOCELK perrna nentlv and successfully cured In every case SYPHILIS GONORRHEA GLEET Sper matorrhea Seminal neatness Lost Manhood Nifht Emissions Decayed Faculties Female Weakness and all delicate disorders peculiar to either sex positively cured as well as all func tional disorders that result from jouthful follies or the excess of ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 29 June 1891

1 i a sv HP 8 AROUND THE CITY SUNDAY PROVES TO BE AN UN USUALLY QUIET DAY Flie Races at Rosetiale rarillon The la dles Orchestra The A O CWric nic The Kosedale Concert Services at the Christian Church Tho audiences at the Christian church were quite large yesterday notwithstand ing the sultry condition of the atmosphere and considerable interest was manifested in them The ordinance of baptism was again observed and there were several additions to the church The services at all times are very interesting and this is doubtless one reason why they are so well attended The A O V IV ricntc Alamo lodgo Ancient Order United Work men is making elaborate preparations for the coming annual picnic of that lodge which will take place at Kosedale pavilion on July 4 The programme will bo an in teresting one and among other features will be addresses by Messrs Cameron and Kennedy which not only will be of interest to the order but very appropriate to the occasion frill Speak at Abilene Out of a nu...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 30 June 1891

< 5 p i mmm DE3E0CRAT PUBLISHING CO JULY DIVIDENDS Thousands of Dollars Will Distributed This Week be IMPROVEMENT WILL RESULT The Administration Watching the West to See How it Feels on Silver Coinage The Treasurers Report Show Some Money Still In the Governments Strong JJox Time for a Bull Movement Sliver Coinage Special to the Gazette W shinoton Juiie29 It is doubted in quarters here ordinarily wellinformed whether as announced by a prominent Re publican newspaper today the administra tion has decided to permanently suspend the coinage of silver The question has occupied a good deal of attention and was undoubtedly discussed at Fridays cabinet meeting but it was party settled then One policy indicated would it is known be most agreeable to the president and to Secretary Foster and Senator Sherman upon whom both are relying for financial suggestions would doubtless approve it Hut there is so much involved and the sit uation is so ticklish that a final decision on the point will ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 30 June 1891

w y 1 r A Jc 1 s i Flavori NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS Vanilla Lemon Orange Almond Rose eXc j Of perfect purity Of great strength Economy In their usa Flavpr as delicately End dellolriusly as the fresh fruit known Bacon for twcntyfivo years He did not know his business at Austin The letter was in an envelope addressed to George Clark Crossexamination by Robertson Bacon might have been in the employ of the Mis souri Kansas and Texas but he thought not Judge Gerald here stated that ho received the letter from Mr Whittakerthrough the mail He gave the letter to a senator to show other senators He did this to see if it would bo possible to pass his resolution Witness resumed Ho said when the Tylor crowd came to Austin after the reso lution was introduced he spoke to Finley and Duncan about the letter To Mr Breitz After reading it I handed it back to Mr Bacon It C DeGraffenreid was next sworn Examined bv Finley The witness testified he was a resi dent of Longview In February 1SS9 he received a ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 30 June 1891

lr < results jclenliriess Capital Oapit J 0 UcCAETHY President d ttMSsolidcke Try ih in your next ho CHEAP V 0 BENHETT VicePresiarat FIRST NAT0yM Corner Second and Houston Streets FUWr fexT Cash good revenue AP0U0 > scouring soap tmga dbeh pJ3 Can be secured by the small invesbnen ° in one cake of SAFOZIO when you have a house or kitchen to clean From the paint to the pots and pans and including the windows and floors it is the very best laborsaving soap for srourivs and rfem > inc dfl Irocprs sell it Wo ar23foVbelting the world at less prices than can be bought from the factories We frilioffer the extreme low prices for ninety days both leather and the very best rubber Write for prices A Huffman implementCo K 1 VanZANDT President FORT WORTH TEXAS TH0S A TUBALT ViceFresiaent THE FORT WORTH N0iMtBANK 0 Casato Successors toTiaballYajiSbPsCci Fort Worth Texas Capital Stock PaidJJp jS56oi600 Surplus Fund 50000 A general bankiflff itSlBess transacted Collections made and promptl...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 30 June 1891

1 i s I I 1 1 8 i 4 9 4 FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBJSSHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Ofhce Corner Fifth and Rusk Strest FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I1Y MATT Rt ABVA XE rOST CE PAID Daily and Sunday one year 110 00 Dally and Sunday six months 5 60 Monday Wednesday and Friday 5 00 Tlie Sunday Gazette 15 to 24 pages 1 yr a 00 The Weekly Gazette 12pagcs one year 1 00 By carrier In the city and suburbs 25 cents a week or 1 per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Ghe Postofflce Address In full Including County and State i l If address Is to be changed give old address as well as new TnE Gazette will be sent only for the time for which remittance is made rOSTAGK Entered at the Postofflce In Fort Worth Tex as SecondClass Matter For the benefit of our patrons who desire to rend single copies of The Gazette through tLc mail wo give herewith the transient rate of postage Foreign and Domestic Eight and twelve page paper Sixteen and twenty pa...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 30 June 1891

r t Falls counties TEXAS WEATHER AND CROPS Crops are looking very fine in Armstrong county Mr F M Duckworth of Vernon will have 150 bushels of peaches The peach irop of Wilbarger county will be largo this year The prospects are good for a largo crop af cotton and corn in Cherokee count y Tho new wheat crop is being brought tn at Pilot Point Denton county at the rate of lV bushels per day The quality is good But little oats have been marketed yetThe The rain last Sunday was of great benefit to the crops of Camp county Cotton and corn are looking fine Kaufman county farmers are laying by their cotton The prospects for cotton and com are very good Mr Berry a Tarrant county farmer threshed COO bushels from twenty acres The crops in Wharton county are in splendid condition and tho prospects aie that there will be an abundant harvest Several good showers fell in Caldwell county last wek but more rain is needed The corn and cotton crop never looked liner in Lavacca county than now but rain...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 30 June 1891

y tease REDDlJlGCO B05T0NMASS its mras tealds felons Joilsi5Conisf 0 RAILROADS LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC Arrive eastbouxd No 2 daily 605 pm No 4 dally No 6 dally No 8dally 1020 a m No locally WESTBOUND TTO p ni No1 dally SE0ain No 3ially J030p in No 5dally 1135 a m No 7 daily 4E0 pm No 9 daily Lcava 721 a ml 640 pm 520 am 3oJp m 103 0 in 905 am 435 pm MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS Arrive NoitTnnonND Leave 640a m No 2 daily 700am 7I0pm No 4 daily 730 pm BonrnBonND r55pm No 1 daily 810 p m t45am Na 3 daily 805 a m TRANSCONTINENTAL Arrive NoirrnnouND Leave No 32 daily 845 a m NoSldully S23am 705 p m 1140 pm SOUTHBOUND No 31 dally No 33 daily Texas and Pacific trains Nos 5and 6onlystop at Texarkana T C Junction Atlanta Jeffer fon Marshall Loucview Junction llig Sandy Jlincola Wills Point Terrell East Dallas Dallasand Fort Worth FORT WORTH AND DENVER Arrive Leave 630i m No ldai y No 2daily 930am ilCCa m No 3 daily No 4 daily 440pm GULF COLORADO AND SANTA FE Arrive jronTinsorxiTD Lea...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 30 June 1891

fi y u J 1w1 CUE T m r DRS BETTS BETTS f HYSICIAKS SUBGE0H5 AIWECiALiSTS 1005 MAIN STREET Dallas Texas The most widely ana favorably known spe cialists In tLe United States Their long expe rience remarkable skill and univerfal a lu the treatment and cure of NervoavC and Surgical diseases entitle J 0imincnt physicians to the full conBd BClWrTnc aSUetcd everywhere They cuagai A CERTAIN AjMISPOSITIVE CURE for the awful effafljSwRarly vice and the numerous evils thaBMRUw in its train prera blood and skin diseases 5llv completely and permanently cured nervous debility and sexual dis orders yield readily to their Elillful treat PILES riSTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS ruaranteed cured without pain or detention from business HYDROCELE AND VARIOCELE perma ncntlv and successfully cured in every case SYPHILIS GONORRHEA GLEET Sper matorrhea Seminal weakness Lost Manhood Night Emissions Decayed Faculties Female Weakness and all delicate disorders peculiar to either sex positively cured as well as all fu...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth gazette. — 30 June 1891

ifmlr tTH n < Ti Childrens Shoes Slippers WE HAVE JVST RECEIVED ANOTHER gmPMEAT OF OUR ELEQAXT AND DU JtADLEjCinLDREXS SIlESAND SZIP TERShljACK AND GB Y OOZE LOT tSCAS ATESTLEATUEH TIP OXFORDS 3 f jloaNJ1YAKS GO EAEY AND AVOID THE RUSH FOURTH SERENADE CONCERT ARLINGTON HEIGHTS LAKE BY PROF ATJLTS FUL1BANTD Tuesday June 30J891 FromV30p m to 10 40 p raf ftEPBRTOIRE V Part mrst Grand MarchV ff Gilmore Sledlej 1 JC Schlepergrill Ualtz Irene X f liennct Medley feerenado Grand select Cn Pirt Medley Sthotticlie Irish medlejKaltzts Medley Galop DU1U1I on Houston street running norl toutli will connect with the Arli Heights cart at the postofllce Hoetger Pettcl jraonds Auber cond Tobam 6L Auber I Planquette T ISennct Bevir Itollinj i ROSEDABE ELECTRICV CARS Electric cars leave the postofflce etcryday in the week ccry twenty minutes after 7 p m ieturmng the last car leaies Arlington Uichts at 11 p m or later if necessarj In udgmentof the company to return visitors to hecitj Good and afe bo...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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