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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

iH pepsia and IadigeEtlon and Lcalthy activity thoEe organs of the v t r dlfea = o or oTcr exertion have militated A Eingle bottle will de i efficacy I all Ui feists Price Mp per r NlAikiNcw Book oi Xirings 11 aiaiied free W Jvi i Jqz v jUjfcxcb In postage stamps and this adtertrcL n Tt we will seud this watch bj expre J Always 2clisflae rttctly Safo rsses lsetjb tjWfcsrtfcfs oxwmncu all ov I Vdijatin iStyplil Doctors private y iaX6cterc5W3nd not a single bad resiT IS > VBLE TO LADIES lQtoTeUfPArit not as represented Send 4 VceWwj w > oy sealed particulars and receiva fe uaaytoeyer known to fall remedy by nail TJ4 CR WARD CO WA 115 North Seventh St St Louis Ho sum Di J t A sisi It IHRQNIG GOJGi r tf Da l UnT EM l cf a lcprrcs ias v arl f r n aare O i ic sxilr ft Vr a sfjR tljecr o I crVfcvcnn s KL Baafecfi nble < cared by GHEVES crlUSCOiCCO a TrhD is nervous and debilitated Address to an address You can examine ndi test it thoroughly and if > ou do not fnd it equal to an...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

cnallesttSbd easie r never vanes Aiuanciuijuinj BtreJ5ftfciixSJ wholesomeness More economical tl isytlSSssraiuary kinds and cannot be sold in conJgctition with the multitude of lowtest shpjrtw eight alum or phosphate powders Sold in cans Boal Baunq Fowceb Co la and T TAper iy for DIzzl ri2 s Nausea Drowci nessf Bad Taste In thi e Pain In the Side 10R ey regulate the Bowel v od prevent Cose Purely vegetable fliiriS U2SICIK3 CO Prsprs Haw Ti I < J jf firfcerefcy vlSt For County Survey announce myself jf County JSur ojpl o the jStiQ ofl e No said the next I dont bj horseshoes exeepto Tarmt a fellow who found 61 him th e next day tlon end Piles The take Only one p Price 25 cents JLXXOVXCTBMEXTB hereby an ou ± MITCHELL COUSTYi West Texas Prospects Settled and Grass Season Krio Special to the Gazette to for Ben H Siiipp 43 a thelo ylc Office of Insueance St4JJ35cs and ty cratic ELL dfoHSyfbr ty subject tby AvsjjfrJzx April 2 1590 To all Whom it May Q Sj rn This is to certiifiKiat the F...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

j Sw ttkMii K A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT OK LADY GiLMOKES TEMPTATION AUTHOK OF FOOTPRINTS IN THE SNOW THE BROKEN SEAL THE TRACK OF THE STORM Etc ALL RIGHTS RESERVED cyVOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS < and ii P6or Mrs Loftus wife of r PTFR Pi m India is erpecting his return daily ri to her andlierfamily She receives Vr < eerof hi death and the family are f n o extremities Writing to a friend of Blenkensop she consents to find > i r taught rs Nancy a situation and I advGilmore whose family of daughters 1 rk < mght require a governess On ar- E < the residence of Lady Gilmore she is rnblenews ilerson Lord Gilmore r an hs been shot in the wood and 13 i vine from his wounds Lady Blen irnesto the spot indicated and finds k ded youngmau ebbing away hi3 lires mothers breast 1 r his PTER III A WOMANS XAME Ialy Blenkeusop was a woman ot rrnijtand energetic action and she Uvj nt wnsteany time in exclamations b fell on the ct v tv or horror as ereyes lods white lace She kneeled a n the grass...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

J I WE ALL a I A STORY OF YOUTHFULLIFE AND ADVENTURE IN ARKANSAS BY OCTAVE TKtAJfEJr AUTHOR OF THE BISHOPS VAGABOND EXPIATION NOW BUSSING IN SCR1B NERS ETC Copyrighted 1890 by the Author CHAPTER VII CKCn MAKES AX EXEMY AWSEY ran after him It may be moro correct to say that he started to run after him for Ally Seyton per- ceiving tho situa- tion so deftly in- terposed a footthat Dawsey loBt his bal- ance and sprawled into the camp fire whereupon Ally mado off one way as fast as Larry was going another Old Dawsey raging vowing horrors for Larry of which murder was the kindest picked himself out of the coals and would have given ohase Stopa stopa man shouted the Gypsy You alia fire Cobbs scooped a panful of soft mud and flung on the burning clothing an ex- ample energetically followed by tho Gyp- sies until the last sign of Ore was smoth- ered and Dawsey was nn amazing sight Quit ye d fools he yelled Again he set off after Dorny but this time Cobbs laid a hand on his arm Let the boy lo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

jfy from jcre looking tt iing over ta on ic ct house the top drawer of the tall br C ltB been looked up for years child lovely dress EBid to the she but know I can make it fit you But listen i Dele mustnt know It would i She sets great store ke her bo angry t I can tell you Now Ill manage ineetvou to the party praps lean wait around somewberea and bring you b ° watched Mrs Trumbull in a nk firnoted silence while she fitted the key nioan old leathern trunk and slowly reverently drew out a parcel done up in J1ed imen It was opened There lay 1 dress of piuk gauze a scarf of lace Lrtuv embroidered Nothing could SVooUed more beautiful to the child nff above it in an ecstacy of delight vt tothmg could possibly have been re unsuitable for one of Mrs Emrae V 9 lttle Gardeners to wear U7Vou bhall 6 ° in that Pink declared earnestly into the pretty those hidden treas shant have that proud Miss Vt < al you those that asylums is r it f < r D unt Tone Im most afraid a in her radiant party ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 24 April 1890

12 MRS HAEEISON have met you Good evening K i Ji tVte SI t White House Not a Bed of Koses Many Questions Asked ilarriagfe not a Failure With Her What the Mails Bring to the Lady of the White House Mrs HcKces Popularity with Newspaper Men A Good Glimpse of Family Life in the Executive Mansion Copyrighted 1S90 For the Gazette The White Houso is the goal of every politicians ambitions and his wife has dreams of an existence behind its pil- lared portico for which Arcadian is too small and poor a word Every one of them has views upon how they would order and enjoy life in the mansion but it is a question whether the reality oould equal any of these anticipations whether the White House is a bed of roses for its occupants Mrs Grant owns that the eight hap- piest years of her life were those passed within the White House Kot all her predecessors and successors own to bo much for while there is the gratification of all pride and ambition for their lieges there are many things that off- set...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO BOOKS CLOCKS CHINA AND SILVERWARE To Weekly Gazette Subscribers BEGIMIM DEC 11889 WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 PAGES OWE YEAR 125 We will distribute the following premiums to subscribers to the Weelfly Gazette the best 12page newspaper pub- lished in the South To every fifth subscriber a handsome standard clothbound book To every tweiltlJfiftJb subscriber a set of silverplated tea- spoons To every OliehWldvedtlb subscriber a set of silverplated knives or iorks To every twohtllldvedtll subscriber a set of silverplated knives and forks To every fourhillldredth subscriber a large handsome Sday strike clock solid black walnut handcarved case 24 inches high To every onetllOUSCVndth subscriber a genuine china tea set consisting of 56 beautifully decorated pieces To every tlUOtllOUSaildtll subscriber a magnificent tilting water pitcher 22 inches high Winches wide with two handsome goldlined goblets and one slop tray Pitcher frame and goblets are quadrupleplated and handen grave...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

a The Use Of narsli drastic purgatives to relievo eosthe ness is a dangerous practice and more liablo to fasten the disease on the patient than to cure it What Is needed Is a medicine that in effectually opening the bowels corrects the costho habit and establishes a natural daily action Bucli au aperient Is found In organ Ayers Pills Trtfei while thorough in action att as as stimulato the bow els s IoBtlght years I was rtSKccl with con stipaUolg liich at last Jjmbe so bad that the iloctSsr could do nujBFe for me Then I began tfttake AjcCjWlll < i and soon the bowels beaame regni and natural In their turn retory In excellent health Dorset Ont need of a cathartic I d And them to be more ive Jisn any otlier pill I ever took Mrs B Urubb Burwcllville Va For jears I ha e been subject to consti- pation and nervous headaches caused by de- rangement of the liver After taking various remedies I have become convinced that Ayers Tills are the best They havenever failed to relievo ray bilious...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

TEXAS CHOPS AND TTEATIiEE The erons of Collin countyare on the boom jCt now Harvesters in Crosby eoanty report that the pops are better th n was anticipated fiocVdalc Wilson eonnty has Just been vis- ited with good showers and a heavy yield of torn i assured Cotton prospects indicate a ftl crop Thf copious rains in Cooke county came pit m time to save tho crops Firmers are in rtM spirits again as the outlook is very flat ttrins tn everything except wheat The Temple Sun says that there is a feeling in f tuuntythat the best crops for years ae so > n the fields Vi o county crops are improving greatly un jr he fine growinc rain that fell here last Sat tra Cropi are in a flue condition in Coleman count < bundays rain was all that was needed toneip them along ro ion will be ready for the picker inside of tin eeks in La Salic county The rain that ctme was badly needed The oat crop in Navarro county was attacked ti me rust but too late to do it any injury Olur crops are looking well t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

1 rviuisnvD jsvekt TiwrsntT rv toe DEBiOCJtiT FUJtlISiriliG COJirAXT Jfulllshrrs and Proprietors RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Ueifac Prepaid PMIhtr BAUT WEK1T Onr fiaMI Onercar j Mi month tM I Elr months Tliree months lOOfThreo months w tCMJXT Gaixttb lyear 2 00 Craoaths I months CO cents ETV ABI ABXT I3 A3VAHC D ULYtlelivered In We city by carriers alU I 1 mcntb or 25 cents per jreek vMeea j535ufcscriber wishing their eR s fioi tp another rostofflce one 0t icdren as well as tha new or the change cannos AlLrOSnrAFTFTIS < ttSeU reautor LIBERAL COZIUISSIOXS ALLOWED Writ < ctmn cnd sample copies REMITTANCES by draft cheei postofflce cotey order or registered letter can bo sent as ccriUk All other character of remittances ai urcerErisfc FilTtrcanbesentlnreBlstcredletter AD check rronev orders etc mast ba matte iryabletoTHB GAZETTE Are wo to bare a branch of the Wlmo daugbsls in Texas if so will it endorse the gentlemans taking hold of tho ladys arm Tiir Ifew York Iler...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

< LADIES COLUMN Junes Days Make Meditation Easy and Divert Thought yodern Science Fails When Applied to Womans Costuniinsr How to Solve it Some of the Style lor Tots in lnadfqnnto Tribute to tui > Uncrowned Who Brlshten Lire by needs Heroic Fashion Notes Becipes Tlie trials that embarrass a woman in securing a bat and dress adapted to her nre calculated to mako her doubt any tbeorr science enunciates about the urvivnlof the nttest This catch ulirase that s in the mouth of the many aoJ 19 applied to nil kinds of things as KtU as creatures Is meaningless in a uulliuer shop or a dressmakers fitting room The first thing calculated to stagger fa th is the milliner herself Why she Is 1 maker nnd vender of bonnets is by no nieuus clear She advances smilingly to licrvutim who if short or of small laiP is told that a broadbrimmed feather laden monstrosity is just the thins for her and that it is so stylish the wtficht of accent on the so should the wnltingcustomerbo tall with lane head...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

B FARM AND FIELD Texas Uluc Grass flie Corninrr Great Bluo Grass Kejrions Boasted Cotton Seeil far Ftock Johnson Oras8 t j LIsllk > d Tli fquash Vine Borer An hilfrlmcDt Station at rilot Point Etc Tho Texas ltlno Grass For the Gazette t No oth r enws is now attroctine so much nttontion in ttio Southern states as Texas blue srass Known to botanists as Poa nrnchnlfera It may well be said that lu tha lower states east of the Mis- sissippi river thera Is a regular Texas blue crass craze and doubtless it is a- very Rood kind of craze to have As yet no very extensivo plantations have been mude but the test patches are numerous und everybody is talkluc about Texas blue crass pastures la the near future So far the nov crass for them is show- ing up first rate cenerally speaking Above tho longleaf pine belt immedi- ately bordering the culf coast it Is prov jnc Itself to be entirely at home afford- ing superior wintor pasturage a loog lult want but on tho saudy lands of the coast boltit do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

DAUGHTERSINLAW Discourse of Itev Dr Talinasje in the City of Brooklyn C siiaft He Selects His Text from the Hook ol Ruth ami Preaches an Eloquent and Touching Sermon J They Lifted Up Their Voices and Wept and Orpah Kissed Her Hotherln Iaw Ent Hutu ClaYe Unto Her ft ial to the Gazette DKunhUN 2 > Y June 22 Dr Talnins6 Rives another evidence of his rpoius in hs sormon for totlny The book of Ituth has furnished the subjoct or many sermons but they have natur- ally been concerned with the central character of that beautiful story it re- mained for the popular Brooklyn dlvmo to find in the character of the less con puuous widow material for spiritual lessons His text U Ituth 1 14 And toer lifted up their voices and vrept and irpah kissed her motherinlaw but Kuiti clave unto her Following is the Monb was n heathen land Naomi Is a out to leave It and go into the land of lirtulohem She has two dauchtersin law Ituth and Orpah who conclude to po with her Xaomi tells them they had better no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

< TbWfyirficT rtxeT xarie Arrarvclof purity itrcrrlr > fird wholeromeness More economical sold in Ike ticcraiuar iird and cannot be crrrctilion with the multitude of lowtest liotlwciehtalum or phosphate powders Sold Jit n cam HotalBakino PowdebCo iOR PALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LAND jf All of my flourins michineryl French burrs double sDcttonaljJaltinz f ts cleyators gearing famith 4faner4JSJ nutter wheat separator middhnj3 W9r7 etc complete Cairwia or address JK Pannele valley 3 rrSK Iiai pin consJTjSreo miles north of Leonard M > K T gyR > jg DAVI3 The memorial volume TErrEttSflN JJWm Jones D D with the appr < jTof MrsDavit is now ready Agents jStM iining m ey handling this booKKIt is and authentic CSarrmnglVuWrjUen profusely expensirnd311ustM ie < W0W bound TJaVisjlSwef irt of tbjPeceeihffi > C ttts sale of everyjPeW TJout del DaysapSjecrth dol lartigrCompietc oulfit fl SatieMBtion guar- anteed or money refunded j iiSr B FTa fBErCo Main < mond Va i 2W S Pi ficggL...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT OK LADY GILMOEES TEMPTATION 33S DOHA 3TTSSBX1X1 AUTHOR OF FOOTMIXTS IX THE SNOW THE BROKEN SEAL THE TRACK OF THE STORM Etc aix kights reserved rTHPTER XXI TIIE STRAXGER SON The next morning about halfpast nine 0 dock just as Gerard lor the first time that day went to the farmhouse doorand itood for a moment or two on the thres- hold with Ins hands in his pocketsthink idp of the future which now lay before hun he suddenly perceived tho tall even itaoly form of Father Hayward ap proaPbniK him Hp wcut down the garden wnlk to meet Into and opened the gate with a smile 1 nm an early visitor you see said the priest holding out his hand but I live liud n letter from Lady Gilmore this uiiruine a lettor I wish you to see oerards face naturally Hushed a little it this announcement he I most anxious went on Father Huyward that you should gtart for Wrothsley today for she was not feelinc so well yesterday and drnls that a second nttiick of paralysis oipbt seize her and again...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

10 EDITED BY FRANCIS HODGSOX BURNETT THE FBIZB SBKIAL TUB ABANDONED CLAI3I By Flora Ilainet Iouclienil Autlior of Was no cuiitr Etc Copyrighted 1S90 by the author CHAPTER VIII DISCOVERY HREE young bearf leaped three young i fac s grew pale Ned tboucht ol the mys- terious trail down to the bro k Martin recalled ghost stories lie bad read Hope cave a little cry of fright Oh boys dont 0 in If it should be a tramp But Ned had a re sponsibility to bear up ns the sworn bead of a family and he pushed the half open door wide and boldly looked in Ideolare he said if it isnt a dog And so it was a preat Newfoundland whose gaunt framo bore witness to want of proper nourishment nnd who seemed in the last stapes of want and despair As he saw the faces at the door he lifted his head and pare one prolonged howl Poor fellow cried Ned stooping beside him and patting his head He is hurt Ho drags one leg after him exclaimed Martin He is starving said Ned Lot- us go nnd bring our lunch Martin nnd get hi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

A TIGMT SLAVE WOMAN in her person in tho most deflnito nnd pronounced manner the stories told of dwarf races by other travelers lets fortu- nate than the writer in procuring a sub- ject for actual study The writer whilst chief of staff to Sen Gordon then governor general of the Equatorial provinces of Egypt com- manded a detachment of Egyptian troops into the Nium Nlam country for the pur- pose ot the conquest of that country Having reached n point on the borders of the Monbutto land tbo writer sur- prised a slave camp nnd captured a car- avan of slaves numbering 400 or more females and among these the pygmy woman TickiTicki The old Afghanis- tan whom I had caught with on unusu- ally tine slave stock which ho hoped would bring him ranch mpney when he reached the west const to which he was journeying endeavored to induce me to let him go scot free Failing to temp me with gold he said I have a great antique the Arab word tor curio which I beg you to accept Great wns my sur- prise when...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 26 June 1890

12 SPIT IT OCT Senator Matlock Talks of the Charges Against Ilogg He Intimates that More Explicit Charges Are to Follow The Story Fresh from Chicago Conjectures as to Wljy the Whole Expose li Not Sprnnc on the reople in One Doso Ilomton Connty Instructs MATLOCK IVTKKV1EWS HIMSELF Special to the Gazette Dallas Tex June 20 Hon A L Matlock of Texline P M Mnddox of Austin W MSpence city editor of the Austin Statesman and oth r antlcommlsiion and antiHogg men met today at the Hall headquar- ters In this city for the purpose of con- sulting unci determining upon the course to he pursued in gcttlug before tho pub- lic iu a manner satisfactory to them- selves the chnrecs emanating in Chicago and ruado by Col Abner Taylor of the etiito capitol syndicate against Attorney tiouernl Hogg Aware of the fact that they hud tackled ticklish work and anx- ious If possible to avoid another Faulk- ner blunder they decided that the best cour o to pursue toward the newspapers was for Mr Matlock to intervi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO fejtiiiW iattsfci sfc ONLY THE GAZETTE lias discontinued the distribution plan of awarding books spoons knives forks etc and has adopted a plan by which each subscriber can get all these premiums at mere cost THE WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages will be sent one year with a copy of the Household Cook Book cloth- bound 315 pages to every one sending us 125 net For 250 net a set of the fine silver tea spoons will be sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 350 net a set of the fine premium knives or forks will be sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 575 net a set of the fine knives and forks will be sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 400 net a copy of the original Websters Unabridged will be sent express charges prepaid to the express oflice nearest the subscriber with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 250 net a copy of Shakespeares works will be sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 225 net ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

1 il i v > y Good ewsl Io one who is willing to adopt the right course need be long afflicted with boils car- buncles pimples or other cutaneous erup- tions These are the results of Natures ef- forts to expel poisonous and eHete matter from the blood and show plainly that the system is ridding itself through the skin of Impurities which It was the legitimate work of tho liver and kidneys to remove To re- store these organs to their proper functions Ayers Sarsaparilla Is the medicine required Tliat no other bloodpurifier can compare Willi It thousands testify vtho Ic gained Freedom from the tyranny of depraved blood by tho use of Una medicine Tor nine jears I was afflicted with a skin disease that did not jicld to ny remedy mull a triml advised me to try 1 Vrs Sarsa rarilla With the use of this m Icine the conijililnt disappeared It Is my Ief that no other Mood medicine conld havreffected so ipid and conipVc a cure Andres D Garcia G Victoria Timiullprs JIcxIco ly face fcr years wa...

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