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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 June 1891

I IK w ti a li pPRICtS W DELICIOUS the city carried the prettiest banner In the procession her dress being tastily deco- rated with discs bottles and ether repre- sentations of the profession Tho Arkan- sas and Texas consolidated ice and coal com- pany was represented by Miss Wattson bearing a beautiful banner and wearing a- very appropriate costume made of 11711116 cotton flannel trimmed with crepe lace i NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS Vanilla Of perfect purity Lemon of great strength Almond Z Eoonomyntherusa Rose etc Flavor as delicately and dallclously as tho fresh fruit TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND VEATHER Baikd Cuxatiax Couxtt June 20 Wheat is now being brought in and sold by ho fanners at a good price Rain is now needed for tho corn ana cotton Some say that even without any more rain the corn w ill make an average crop and in some places it will yield twentyfive bushels per acre Floyd Hunt County Crop prospects are just as fine as we could ask for Aledo Paisker Couxtt June SO Wheat in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 June 1891

SSS J juhn Q James Presdt i3ys3 SBS PARKER COOKE Specialists Hirshfield Building Comer Seventh and Houston StreetsPart Worth Tex DISEASES OF WOMEN ProlapsLs UterL corrhcea Painful Menstruation and all Fen nesses promptly relieved eA STRICTURES with all thelrbadMPwbcessuch as strangury nervous excltejUriMBrvous debility un- natural SlschargeswealplWnd final loss of man- hood quickly cujaHPHmpTe safe and easy methods NEllVOCJU BmrTlTt Lost Manhood Night EmisdMiiiHpcnnatorrhoea Errors of Youth Loss of perfect question list and pamphlet Call on or address Sp TAverslon to Society Dull Headache or Sleep ssNights and all Sexual Disorders yield readily to our method of treatment A SIJKE CURE for the dreadful effects of early vice which brings organic weakness and destroys both body and mind syphilis 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 expe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 June 1891

T ilogan J 11 Birbee W R Maiehmnn Mrs C B Baugh 1 calhoun Miss Anule Shapard A II Bell m FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Office i Comer Fifth and husk Streets FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION BT MATL r ADVANCE POSTAGE PAID Dally and Sunday one year J10 00 Dallv and Sunday six months 5 ra Monday Wednesday and Friday B 00 The Sunday GAzmK 16 to 24 pages lyr 3 00 The Weekly G azote 12 pages one year 1 00 By carrier In the city and tuburlw 23 cents a week or tl per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give PostoHce Address la full Including County and SUte II address is to be changed give old address as well as new Thk Gazette will he sent only for the time for which remittance is made rOSTAGB Entered at the Postomco In Fort Worth Tex- as SecondClass Matter For the benefit of our patron who desire to send single copies of Tun Gazette through the mail wo give herewith the transient rate of postage Foreign and Do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 June 1891

O0iin pi TO Joe TJlrich vs the state from Wilbarger Assault to murder L An affidavit of a Juror attached to tho motion for a new trial shows that each juror voted the num- ber of years he was ia favor of giving ap- pellant in the penitentiary and that these were all put together and divided by twelve which was the number of years for which appellant was sent up Other jurors filed counter affidavits that tho verdict arrived at in this matter was not absolutely bind- ing on the jury and that after the result was obtained the jury then agreed on it as their verdict and that it was not so Agreed by them that the result reached by addi- tion and division was to bo their verdict until after the result was reached Two Jurors inado affidavit to this effect Held There was a conflict in the evidence as to how the verdict was reached and thevcourt below settled thst conflict by overruling r SSk A hIh Fort Worth Texas THE WORLDS FAIR Entirely new assessment plan throughwhichjpscribers secure tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 June 1891

1 7 1 3 H i a 1 II II M I Pilot Point RAILROADS LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PAGIFIG Arrive BAsiBorsD Leave No 2 daily 725ain 8 05 p m No 4 daily 640pm No filially 520am No 8daily 300pm 30 SO a m No 10dailyT 1035 am WESTBOUXD 750 p m No 1 daily 830 a m No 3 daily B05am 1030prn No 5 daily J1S5 a m No 1 daily 30 p 9 daily 435p m MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS Arrive northbousd Leave 640 a m No 2 daily 700 xm 7I0p m No 4 daily 730 pm BOUTUBOTJXD 6U > pm No 1 daily F10pm fci5am No 3 dally SU5am TRANSCONTINENTAL Arrive joicthbousd Leave NoSSdaily S45am No34daily SS6am SOUTHBOUND 705 p m No 31 daily v N No33daily H40p m Texas and Pacific trains Nos Sand Conlystop at Tejtarkana T C Junction Atlanta Jeffer ton Marshall Lonevietv Junction Big Sandy Mineola Wilis Point Terrell East DaUas Dallas and FortWortb FORT WORTH AND DENVER Arrive Leave 630 pm No 1 daily No 2 daily 930am H m No 3 daily Na 4 daily 440pm GULF COLORADO AND SANTA FE Arrive noktiiboesd Leave 1125a m NolOdally 1145a m b00pm No da...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 June 1891

gg mt m m THE HOMESICK SOUL Rev DeWitt Talmages Appeal to the Youths of the World STORY OF THE PRODIGAL SON An Eloquent Sermon From a Favorite Subject of This Famous Divine jjterestlnc Stories of the Prodigals Path tray Related Amou Them Thoia That Have Fallen Under Hit Personal Observation THE nOVESICK SOUL p cial to the Gazette Brookltx N Y June 21 Dr Tal caes sermon this morning was an appeal ojoungmen Numbers of these come to io tabernacle services many of them from sountry homes where they received Chris ian training which in the temptations of nty life has been cast off Dr Talmago al lrd his sermon The HomeSick Soul and us text was from the Parable of the Prodi- gal Son Luke xv 18 I will arise and 50 Winy father There is nothing like hunger to take the > rercy out of a man A hungry man can n > neither with pen nor hand nor foot fhere has been many an nrmy defeated not 10 much for lack of ammunition a for lack 3f bread It was that fact that took tho tre out of this young ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 22 June 1891

I ill 4 3 hi n in 9 l I Shoes at LOG SS0 for the points via Union m mM You need a pair of shoes or slippera 250 will buy a nice pair of Ladies Low It will buylMfiie same place the bestwj fliigr boys shoe on earthJur i250 Mens calf shoe gives perfect satis- faction Ninetenths 4of the mechanics and workingmen in Fort Worth wear Logan Evans 250 working shoe HON W H CRAIN VIEWS OF CONGRESSMAN FROM THE SEVENTH DISTRICT No Iresslnc Need for Jloro Money Men Who Haio Security to OHcr Can llor row at a Reasonable Kate Cccno Tex June IT 1891 rAWar Gazette The communication from The Democrat publishing company upon tho subject of Tho Need of More Money in Circulation mid How to Provide It reached my home during my absence in the North and I pre- sume my views at this late date vrill be of no value as the letter stated that the opin- ions of those who had been addressed by the publishing company would form a sym- posium in one issue of The Gazette How- ever 1 shall comply with youV request for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 23 June 1891

8WgFQVSm XlxJbi DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO WALDO WANTED To Tell the Object of the 12 000 Advertising Contract WITH THE GALVESTON NEWS A Subpcena Issued for the Manager of the De- funct Traffic Association Counsel in the I and G NT Investigation Cant Tell How Much More Testi- mony They Will Have to Offer htfnogryplicrs Kick The Pro Rata Special to the Gazette Galveston Tex Tune 22 Following is the resolution of the International railway association offered in the evidence by Maj ljoxte in connection with his statement to the committee ItESOLUTIOX TlIE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION HOUS- TON Tex Jan 19 lSb9 Copy of resolution unanimously adopted at meeting of Texas railways in New Orleans December 2U 13S at ivliich were present Houston East and West Texas railway Houston and Texas Central railway International and Great Nurthern railway Missouri Pacific and St Louis Iron Mountain and Southern railway Missouri Kansas and Texas rail- way Southern Pacific Co Atchison sys temSt Louis and Sun Fran...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 23 June 1891

hi m y pPpRICEs Y DELICIOUS n J Cutting Flavoring E < HATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS Vanilla Lemon I Orange J Almond Rose etcrl Of perfect purity Of great strength Economy In their usa Flavor as delicately and dellclously as the fresh fruit TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES The recent heavy storms did but little damage to the Kansas grain crop Fire in John OMaUey Sons packing- house at Chicago yesterday caused a loss of 415000 IuJiant in the Papantla district Mexico have revolted and troops have been sent to subdue them Two hundred thousand dollars damage was done by u tornado in Southern Ken- tucky yesterday At Fall Kivcr Mass fire in the Border City mills caused damage to the amount of STT000 Insured The first annual convention of United ma- chinists and tool makers was begun inXew York city yesterday News from Coal City Ga convict camp says two convicts were killed jesterday while attempting to escape It is reported that the resignation of Governor Machedoof Mozambiquchas been accepted by the Port...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 23 June 1891

l s2 R t 3 5Scr d Mlp MpRTG k jbmri mdl er Day A Capital Paid In 3500000 DinECTons Morgan Jone kG Taylor E E Chase Tl cKfirt Poh ell D rortrpaiwJ bTO Ti stf THE OLD oanijB Ujs < aaHrahd exchange foreign and domestic ttadoancipromptlyremitted Jons G James Presdt WHOLESAIiE fj find old methods are not the easiest by far lecause they have not tried the better way FOKT AVpiflJJjaiHMtS Templeton E T Ambler Safety peposit boxes M B LOYD Presid at D 0 BENHETT VlcePi first MtitttL Corner Second and Houston ite Ft Worth Tex Bests MMwauke1 3B Many people travel them It is a relief from a sort of slavery to break away from oldfashioned methods and adopt the laborsaving and strengthsparing inventions of modern times Get out of old ruts and into new ways by using a cake of SAPOIIO in your housecleaning BUY DO YOU WANT TO A BARGAIN We oiler for thirty days only one of thel fei r an d corn mills combined roller systein Blli iiPiraproved ma- chinery eighty barrels caroj mtiated in Johnson county...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 23 June 1891

i Y FORT 170KTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERT DAY IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUEISHM COMPAM Publishers and Proprietors Gffice Corner Fifth and Husk Streets FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ST KAIfc ADTAKCE rOSTAGS PAID Daily and Sunday on year flO CO Daily and Sunday six months 5 SO Monday WrdnesdRT and Friday < 00 Tho Sunday Gazette 15 to 1 pages 1 yr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette 12pages > one jear 1 00 By carrier in the city and suburbs 25 cents a week or tl per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postofficc Address in lull including County and State If address Is to be changed give old address as well as new Tfli Gazette Till be hent only for tho time for which remittance is wide POSTAGE Entered at the Postofflce in Tort Worth Tex- as SecondClass Matter Tor the benefit of our patrons who desire to fend single copies of Tnx Gazette through the mail we give herewith tho transient rate cf postage Foreign and Domestic Klpht and twelve page paper Sixteen and tiventy page paper NOTICE Ai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 23 June 1891

s = TEXAS IN TYPE TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER The prospects arc good for a bountiful rop of corn and cotion in Johnson county The peach crop of Grayson county is sim jlv immense Some poi tions of Jack county hare had 5ne rains during tho past week but other jortions are needing rain Several refreshing1 showers have fallen around Atlanta Cass county the past week A good rain fell at Canadian last Monday but it came near spoiling tho work on the road which had just been finished The Alvin Sun says W II Miller of Ilitehcoek old ViOO worth of strawberries from an acre and a half of ground this a on IIico IUkiltos Couxtv June 22 A 110 rain fell here this inominjr Reports milicate pood rains all around The Bosque i higher thau it has been for twelve 11 onths Kviiwr YrfcxG CoiVTr Tex June 19 l > matured crops such as wheat oats gnu early corn ai o tine except that in some t ids the stand of oats was not pood Yes Htiiay the ilrst roasting ears that is from fceid cornJwere sold in the Graham ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 23 June 1891

Vs Y 710pm tC p m t45a m Arrive 7fT p m 1140 p m No 2 daily I No 4 daily focTinjonxD No 1 daily No 3 daily SUMMER DAYS Where Stall Wa Spend Thcm7H to Minneapolis Hinn ixcursion rn via the CottyeKt Route Tickets wiiySfsold July 5th Ctli and 7th Jpod fojMnirn until August 27th 1S91 AtfTurther information furnished on ap Scation to any agent of tho company or to W H Wixheld eneral Passencer Arent Tciarliana Tex Transcontinental Division COTTON DEtT ROUTE Miles Milo Piano 45 Camden Ark 21 > cretnvllle Slllne HlufT 301 Commerce i7lllrinklev 435 Sulphur springs IIS Memphis HR Muernon MS Cairo 633 Mt Pleasant 1M St Louis 703 Jcxarkana 2I > Decatur Sunset Bellevue Henrietta Wichita Falls Beaver Harrold Vernon Qmnah Miles 31M 799i 111 140 147 183 191 Childress Salisbury Clarendon Goodnight Amarillo Hartley Texliae Pueblo Denver RAILRO j 1D S LOCAL TIME TABLE TEXAS AND PACIFIC Arrive KASTEOUND Xo 2 dally 605 p m No 4 daily No fidally No Sdaily J0 Oam No ludaily WESTBOUND fS0pm No 1 dall...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 23 June 1891

p DRS BETTS BETTS MSiCIAKS SIMEONS AKBSPECIALISTS J005 MAIN STREET Dallas Texas lie mest widely and layoagjByn < nown spe rlnitts In the United fjimfm ihelT long expe recce remarkablojJjKrandunheral success c the trcatmea4 ra euro of Nervous Chronic i surgicaiaHSeases entitles these eminent tt > slci rZv SJi i ha l E prtof ° ih > i supen t nienuing tbem V fttien that is pi 1 lull confidence or the aEicted They guarantee rtain and positive cure for awful effects of < arly v Ice and the numerous ctiU that follow In Its train KlAATE IlLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES itcfdll completely and permanently cured NhRVOUS DEBILITY AND SEXUAL DIS OKDLKfc yield readily to their skillful treat CCDt PILES FISTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS psranteed cured without pain or detention fruin business HYDROCELE AND VARIOCELE perma trcti and successfully cured in ever case- s PHILIS CONORRHEA GLEET Sper matorrhea Seminal weakness Lost Manhood Xlrnt amissions Decayed Faculties Icmale Neatness and all delicate d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 23 June 1891

i hi ft lt I 3 Is s < J tej As t tit ijffh Hiehjest of sil in LeYening Power 1 specialists QR FRANK GRAY OCULIST All Rl ST Fracti > l flrfud to diseases of tho Eye Kar 1 NjDWtta throju Cor 5th and Main totsi DR j yp gyfe EAR NOSE AND THROAT Doctor McCoy iStft i gft3Sf frrtt ri f igjS > Rectal anfl GcnitoUrinary SpecialisTfE DISEASES business and all diseases of thereo tum without detention fran Urethral Strctures JjgSgg cuttins or Gonorrhoea Syphilis MS32 organs OJSlce S10 MAIN ST FT WORTH TEX T C GERON DEAU TrJREAL ESTATE CoiTcSponocnce will receive prompt attention i rO rS CLARKXDON TEX RICHARD III The ramous Piny to bo Proitnccilat Grccn ialIN This Week On next Thursday evening Shakespeares famous tragedy Ifiehard III will be mad liiunvn at Greenwall s oj > era house by tlie Dallas Juvenile Histrionics The Times Herald devotes a column to them from ix Inch the following excerpt will give an idea of the work they do When Professor Murphree first men- tioned the fact th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 24 June 1891

I AM DETERMINED TO BE THE LEADER OF rices i FirstClass toil I1T FOI5T WORTH GREATEST VALUES EVER OFFERED Figured China Silk at 32 l2o yard Silk Surahs at 28c yard Finest Figured China Silk at 50c yd AH the above goods in the newest shados and best qualities Will close out at halfprice 1000 yards Black Lawn at 5c yard 1500 yds Checked Nainsook at 5c yd 65c all wool French Challie 35c The above prices for these goodatt are really giving away buffet they must mm Black Silk Grenadines at 39c yard 150 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 You will always find the goods in stock as advertised at bona fide bargain prices and our motto is THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY I q 1000 yards French Figured MuU lOc a yard f1 > efor 250 Plaid and Pongee SiUcBpisols at 75o each 0 1 lot Fancy Sateaj boacliiiig Para- sols 48q sgpiflnf 2000 yaMljti > Figured Lawn at 3c a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 24 June 1891

jKtWR TOnM SSjS K S GfMh > Wt Subscribe fo JSU4 k T2 PRICES pr DELICIOUS JRALFRUITFUYORS r nilla Of perfect purity Lemon I Of great strength A RoseetCyl Flavor as delicately End dellclouoly as the fresh fruit PERSONAL J AL Bennett of Decatur Is in the city John B Blanton of Chico Tex is in the city W A Briggs of Waxahachie is in the city t Mrs H Bryant of Kosse is a guest at the Mansion Miss Delia Blanton of Chico is visiting n the city W A Sisk of Weatherford was tn the city yesterday i M Chambers came down from Quanah on business yesterday J P Brown and wife of Kosse are among the visitors to the city I A Albright one of the live men of Dun- dee came up yesterday L P Stephenson is building a 1200 res- idence on Luella avenue W H Main is one of the Stephenvillo visitors in the city today Miss Eva Coppage of Denison is visiting her mother in Fort Worth Nathan Bauman of Dallas is in the city a guest of Mrs Benno Dienstag C G Hilburn of Henrietta is in the city Ho says it is warm u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 24 June 1891

aft r XH VanZANDT President JWfMU tn Jm m 3 DO YOU WANT TO BUY A BARGAIN We offer for thirty days only one of the best flour and corn mills combined roller system and latest improved chinery eighty barrels capacity situated in Johnso surrounded by a finewheatgrowing countejUaipii acninery inthe mill cost 16000 and Tve 20t0R8 atixe property for 8000 making youajgp6Sfr 8000 Just think of it You can malss rFof this years crop of wheat Mill V Dira roi3iitfes A Harrold M B Lord JickpnijS B Burnett E B Harrold and M Harrold willbi 9f good mnning order in twenty days after ESOTsperfected This is indeed a bargain Terms of sale be obtained can by writing P A HUFFMAN CO 615 Main Street MANSION THE FORT WORTH NAT Successors to Tidball VanZan Capital Stoqk Paid Up S500J Fort Worth Ti Corner Fo rJth SJfr nlJRusIc Sts Fort Worth Texas WfsEttfNN SON Proprietors This hotel has Just bj In the state Co y renovated and under the new management made the besl sample rooms recently secured Commercial tra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 24 June 1891

I fcu i FOfcT WORTH DAILYGAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERT DAT IN THE TEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISHM COMPANY Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Rusk Streets FORT WORTH TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION BT JIAIIi TS ADVA5CZ rOSTAGE PAID Dally and Sunday one year S1O0O Dally and Sunday six months 5 50 Monday Wednesday and Fridav 5 03 The Sunday Gazette 10 to 24 pa es 1 yr 2 00 The Weekly Gazette OSpages one year laOO By carrier In tho city and suburbs 25 cents a week or f 1 per month INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give rostoflco Address In lull including County and State ir address is to be changed give old address as well as new The Gazette will be sent only for toe time fer which remittance is made POSTAGE Xntered at thr Postofficc in Fort Worth Tex- as SecondClass Matter For the benellt of our patrons who desire to send singie copies of The Gazette tbrouch tho mail we Eire herewith the transient rate cf postage Foreign and Domestic Par Copy Eight and twelve pge paper 1 cent Sixteen and twenty page ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 24 June 1891

HE PEPPERED HIM An Angry Husband Gives a Tramp a Load of Birdshot THE MASONIC PICNIC TODAY All Indications Are a Fine Time Will Re- mit Alliance Meeting 1ostponed Some Sine Vralt A Lodge of Instruction A Runaway A Shooting Affray Yesterday afternoon a telephone message called Sheriff Richardson and Deputies Witcher andGunnels to the North Side the message saying a woman had been shot in the face Investigation showed that as far as could bo learned a tramp had ap- proached a lady residing northeast of the rackinghouse and made an insulting propo- sition The lady resisted and the tramp left The womans husband came home about twenty minutes afterward and upon bein informed of the occurrence took his shotgun and started after the tramp He found him about a mile away and called to the fellow to stop as he wanted to see him The tramps answer was a shot from his revolver The angry hus- band then drew his shotgun down on his trampship and fired one or two of the shots striking him in the fa...

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