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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

J TEXAS CHOPS AJiUWEATHER Corpui CbrJotl and the neighboring country hud a welcome ruin on Mondnj ntiirti Iumtjuit lu time to destroy the boll norm arson ioiinty hns enjoyed some splen- did ruins duriug the lust week whieh will injure u Rood corn unci cotton crop Crop prospet ts la the vicinity of Cen- ter thelby county are cood A heavy rain fell there lust Saturday Hunt county farmers nre expecting a lame yield this full and from the pros peiU now they will not be disappointed UclresliiiiL ruins have fallen around DeuUon Bounteous crops are assuted Milum county has had no rains Bince tin middle of June Old cotton is shed dine budly Lute cotton is doing well riirly corn is cood but the latu crop is mjured seriousl Cotton will make a good crop even if tti more ruin fulls in Gillespie county I cm will make about twenty bushels to the nere Some of the fnrmers around Gainesville ore rutting and shocking their corn The stalk s of cood size hut the ear i only formed or half gruwu Ataeosu ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

lVMLlbUJCD ETAHI XUVBBUJX ETTIIH orMOcjiAT rVJiLisnixo coxpaxt rubUthert and Pronation RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Teilac t PttpaUt t tin PullUhm1 rILT WEKLT Crrrear fj 0 I Onevear J Fix month f to I Fix months Oliee months 100 Three months ijua > bxann lyear n 00 tmonihx 80 I months CO cent TirrABiAriT rs anv Altos r AJJY Delivered In the city by carriers atM I < > jrorlh er SS cents per week 3 tutrcriteriwlshlnitthclr address ohangea J ciy ere potoff to another must rIts iddrrf I ti well asthe new orthe chanje cannot l trtCe All rPSTliriFTFPP In rneWsts L i5eT il r frfe fVrnrWfM to TUX OAZSTTE iniJtAL COMMISSIONSALIOWili Writ tulairtand tample copies KtlulTTAXCfS by draft check postofBc rrctcr order or registered letter can ne sent at et tf k All ether character of remittances at icidcrFilsfc f ilrrt crn be rent In reentered letter Atcreel wrriev orders etc mnatbft raaue J i j i lie toTHE GAZETTE A revival by the czar of the edict ORinnst tho Jews will proba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

k TtW lurt Worth Tex > > i J P STELLE EDITOR irrMiiEiia NoticbA11 communications intundsd for this department should b addressed to Fnor J P bTEixit fwt ortb lex Our Underground lllver T was deeply Interested In your late article on artesian well are stretching across th the nreat i Texas from abou D nton to Laredo No Jl t as you predict this Important discovery iadV by our geologists will eventually cause Se are pointed out to be converted into a grand i iltural won suro enough it cuvers our lb agricultural lands which have here lor ° been held bicx from fulies development count of impsrfect water supply only a thins in your article that I < io Hui the e is one ci rv undersand though donbles you enoughYou speak of this lain it U easily en iible artesian area as lying above a great i ground river II this be to whence come docs it not water or that river and why cud rows find its way to the surlare there underground river Why should ue an 3Tc treat rivers underground and but...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

4 jjU L mnm M i M M s J d L fc p sr SjPRr IPf r 3 Sfff A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT LADY GILMOKES TEMPTATION BY DOHA HCSSELIi Author of Footprints tn the fcnovr Tho Xlrohrn Sent The Track ot the Storm A Strnnrre 3Ies ago c c All IllGBTS RnSEHVED CnirTER JCXXHI THE OLD MASS CORSE A week after this secret meeting by the sea the inhabitants of Scarley were oto morning as- tonished and startled to see John Stunners the boat builder running bareheaded down the Till lage inquiring of every one he met if they had seen anything of his girl John had risen as usual at 6 oclock and with- out lousine his daughter as was nis custom had gone to the workyard only returning to the house at 8 oclock when he expected his breakfast would be ready for him May was a most attentive daughter and t was rarely that the old man did not find everything prepired lor his wellearned refreshment But on the par- ticular morning when John fcuroners entered the kitchen where he thought to End the meal spread and the fire bur...

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

ft h w > WATERING PLAGES Discourse of Rev Dr Talmage in the City o Brooklyn He Prwielic an Eloquent Sermon Upon the Uses and Abases of Summer Nateiiiiff Kcsarts An Aisrrtlon Thnt They are Hcsponsible for More Domestic Infelicity than all Tblnss Elso Combined Bpccial to the Gazette Brooklyn N T Aug 3 Dr Tal mas imd a timely topw for bis eermon for loilny in the use and abuse of sum- mer resorts Ills test is Mark vt 31 Como yo yourselves apart unto e desert place and rest awhile Follow- ing Is tbe sermon Hero Christ advise bis apostles to take- n vacation They have been living an excited as well as a useful lite and He advises that they get out Into the coun trv I am clad that for longer or shorter time multitudes of our people will have summer vacation The railway trains aro being laden with passengeis and baggage on tnelr way to the mountains end tbe sea shore Multitudes of our citizens are packing their trunks for a restorative absence The city heats am pursuing the people with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

His Order Forbidding the Saleot In- toxicating Liquors in the House Restaurant a Kuse It Was Made to Win Over a Few rrohlblllon lits Who Were Disposed to Oppose the cpeakers Penorainailon Worked It Sllcfe Special to the Gazette Washington Auc 3 A Rood story Is told on Speaker Reed which I am in- clined to believe is true About four weeks ago he issued an order forbidding the sale of lntoxicatinc liquors in the house retnurant The order however member might induce was modified so that a duce in a bottle ot wine origlual packnge with his lunch but other iiquors were religiously excluded Of course this was a hardship on the poor fellows who preferred beer or straight whisky and they would either buve to patronize the senate restaurant or do without beer at lunch This oele brated order of Heeds was issued a few weeks prior to his renomi ination tor congress anil it is uow said he sought to enforce prohibition in the house wing of the capilol for the sole purpose of winning over to him s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

i N EDITED BY MRS 2T X WALTON Fasblfms HevJow Sailors bare nn oppression reeflnp snil and though o fashion writer may he mere of marine In ship lore than Q thoroughly informed sailor it li a form of words that seems fitly applied to a re- cent tendency of modes In dreis It will lie admitted that the tightening skirt ua U folds closer and closer around the fe- male form elves u woman on the street somewhat the nppearanoe of a vessels mast with tho sails well wrapped around anticipatory of a cale This rooting ex iculs to bonnets for as the sum mer months wane these grow tmaller and smaller until they are finally reduced to a mere handful of straw and llowers The later < riations Rive a hint that summers flow- ers are faat being transformed into seed YFcarU and often the handful perched on top of a ladys head Is dandelions and the plumy beads of its seed vessels as puinpons As the leaves take on nu tutnn tints and yellow and red predomi- nate so now tbu tiny bonnets show large i nin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

EDITED BY TJIAXCIS JIODGSOX EUIiXETT run psizc ssniAL THE ABANDONED CLAIM By Flora nalnrs Longhead Author of Wai no fiullty Etc CSAPTEB XXI COSTKCED a T is evident that drowned peo tg pie do not walk and speak and sem smile such a ghostly blance of a smile as it as Dont run away from me IIopc dont be afraid Its a- very different way this time different from the last But Tom TomI Whatdoes it mean she cried ber voice sharp with a fear that it might not be the living Tom after all that her senses might be play- ing her false The man who had tossed about on the water all night a plaything between life and death caring little for hat be believing that came of himself thero one elie to cafe war deeply moved was no at the sight of her distress deal that Im not able to It means a great tell youiSst now he said shakily means if sou thatoldWisall over It meanshf who has take me in you tale in an outcastone his to make in the world and a hard own way t yfoe him Oh Hope hebroke p oP off Ive bee...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

kv > JS times and prove to you how groundless voui fears ore nay be said as I Bwuns my light satchel from the floor Slnco yoo are determined I will old you all I can but I fear this 1 not wise You dont need a eulde The road is as stralcht as on ar- row to the hills it then veers to the descending to outh over the mountains Kents some twenty miles in the vallev ood lsald I shall be weary doubtless but I have been a famous pedestrian in mv time My journey may run into the nicht but 1 shall bo ready for duty In the morning < I remember your triumphs on the footpath said Delmer and ah I remember vour skill In the saddle Stay old fellowl Ill furnish you with a steed Ho ran into the freight room nnd re turnlnc shortly rolled upon tho platform uclistenins wheel ilvnew bicycle he said The roods are fine here and 1 had it shipped down It came in yesterday Knowing your skill it Is strange that I did not ttink of it at once I took the Handsome wheel by the oars and surveyed it with Rrowi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 August 1890

afcvinajS 12 TEXAS GIRL ABROAD Rome of ToDay the Home of Popes and Deceased Martyrs Florence the Home of a Once Free Spirited People Developing the Grandest Genius Highest Ideals Its Italian Army Like the Company Com- manded by Artemns Ward It Conslfta Exclusively of Colonels Bpeclal Correspondence FLOitE > CE May 20 What n comfort It ie to Ret into a comprehensible plaoe onco morel We feel a joyful sense of freedom and positively dare to play with our time to loiter around the streets a ittle belore Involving ourselves in th serious business of sight seeing It would take years to get any comprehen glve idea or Rome and to be able to crasp and sympathize with itB many flbred history To tell the truth I feel very little interest with that great por- tion of its history the ecclesiastical por- tion Great men did not seem to thrive In the papal utinospu r it was rather stifling Xo great artists or poets or sclullsts were developed in Rome during the middle nges Romes artistlo great-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO StronOS Tlcorpnil DrToIorti ONLY THE GAZETTE has 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 yearFor For 575 net a set of the fine knives and forks will be sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For S4 00 net a copy of the original Websters Unabridged will be sent express charges prepaid to the express office 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 Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

a mi i I r s TCSJVPJ FOR DYSPEPSIA Ayers Sarsaparilla Is an effective remedy as numerous testimo- nials conclusively prove for two years I was a constant sufferer from djsrepsla and liver complaint I doctored a long tlma and the medicines prescribed In nearly every case only aggravated tha disease An apothecary advised mo to use Avert Barsaparllla I did so and was cured at a cost of 5 Since that time It lias been my family medicine and sickness has becomo a stranger to our household I believe It to bo the best medicine on earth P 1 McNulty nackmanI3 Summer St Loud Mass FOR DEBILITY Ayers Sarsaparilla Is a certain cure when the complaint origi- nates In impoverished blood I was a great sufferer from a low condition of the blood and gcueral debility becoming finally so reduced that I was unfit Tor vorfc Noth- ing that I did for tho complaint helped mo eo muli as Aycrs Sarsaparilli a few bottles of wlih restored me to health and strergth I f c nry opportunity to rccoirmcril this meili ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

i CdJr TEXAS CHOPS AND WEATHER Th present outlosk far a cotton crop km u v r mora flxttarlnjt la Fanuiu county The crop nrospecti around St Jo and In fact all through Montagus county were never brighter Corn Is probnb y ut h little abort of what It would have jeeu had the ralus continued but there wil t H be a lnrge amouut raised Cot- ton was never liner and everything bids juir to give St Jo 10000 bales of the fleecy staple this fall Copious showers have fallen in Bas trop county and greatly rovivad the crops The prospects are Rood The Crocket Courier says that Ange- lina has the finest prospect for a cotton crop ever known In tho history of the tourty Oue farmer in tho Balllnger district will make 1000 bushels of corn this year on thirty acres of land 1 lie late rains in Fannin county have dnie a wonderful amouut of Rood Corn is helped and a good cotton crop assured Last Fridays shower around Hullets ville Lavaca county came when the cotton crop was ou the verge of ruin A p iod co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

JZGtwtf stMJaaStZt t Ste lifeJ ffiasrffe ivmi > uiv rrEiix mvhsuax crzwcjtAT rurzjsnixa coxrjLxr rublc7irri < and f rortrtrton RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBED CTMfcreFrO APuM i n1 raitr weuxxt Crerrnr fJO m I Oneyear > 2 Fir month X M Fir monthi j TLiee months 100 Three monthi tiiUAi Oaisi lyew IJ 00 tmontna < months K > cents jjrriBiiBLT r ADvawos PAIlV Delivered In tne city by carriers atU SK cent nets wee V til rrcnth cr per a Sfutrcrircr wishing their addresicliangea Ircm ere rostofflcr to mother must cire the ou tddrrr is well as the new orthe change cannot lentce in r rnlf SnUtrlrtir to 5TI7K OitZCTriJ ZHZXitX tOJa SS70WSAIXOHiU fcifmriond tampld cqpiM kEMITTANCES by draft ehect postofflcJ letter be sent ai jrcicjcidtr or registered can ctrritk All other character of remittance a Krccrrrlst filvcrcn be rentlnnglsteredletter Aliened lrcricv orders etc must be made rrjrlUtoTnEGAZETTE Iv Louisiana tbo FnrraorsAlliance is flchtlne tho lottery with cs much e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

rsor a lifelone s w > r < rr f that way Ihe pork hop must bo kept on the rush all the time and to secure this push lie must have not only an abuud aucu of food regularly but also an oc- casional change of food There Is noth- ing that 6eems moro to givo tone and vigor to tho digestive organs of a grow- ing hog than a frequeut change of food A great deal of this needed chance may bo secured by turning hops on lauds from which a crop has lately been taken ° matter what the crop may have beeu tho weeds or grass left will afford the change Ho will there get nud convert into pork mate- rials that otherwise would have beeu wasted It calls for much food to make pork continues Mr lteddiug but by proper roauanement a great deal of that rood may be picked up from the waste of the wll eat farm Everything the bog that would be of no particular benefit to anything else should be turned over to the liog at all times when It is ready not wait till you are ready to begin the fattening process ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

BE5J5JsijB s BsS r A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT LADY GILMOEES TEMPTATION BY HOEA ItUSFEIX Anllior cf Footprints In the Snow The Broken Seal The Track ot the Ctorm A Strance 3Ies face c Ac All Eights Reserved CHAPTEB XXXV A FEICKD IN NEED Godfrey Emc had mucb selfcontrol he had crushed bact the feelings ot bis heart to Nancy in her bright girlhood because he knew he bad not the means to support a wife and he crushed back the feelings of his heart now when he feared she laj stricken dcaJ in hs arms Which isthe nearestGatefo rd or Wroths ey be called out hoarsely to the croom who had now succeeded in getting partial command over the affrighted pony and was endeivorlng ao release it from the traces Gateford by six or seven miles sir an- swered the proom Then ride the pony there you can manage todothat said Erne still in that hoarse changeJ oiee Tell Miss Gilford from mo hai has happened andask her to snda car- riage at once here for Mrs Gifiord Do not waste a moment but first tee after that poor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

4 threshlngtloor scattered over v TALMAGES SERMON The Famous Divines Discourse Yesterday at Long Branch And the Manna Ceased on the Mor- row After They had Eaten ol tho Old Corn ol the Land plain flrpnd Midi1 from thft Corn ol Ihn Gos- pel Canaan the Only Food that Can Quell tha Fouls Hunger grfcisl to the Gazette Loso Ckaxcu JT J Aus 10 The erent Brooklyn preacher who is staying hero discoursed today on the Gospel provision for ordinary nnd extraordinary need His text is Joshua v 25 And tbe manna ceased on the morroir after they had eaten of the aid corn of the land Only thoso who hare had something to do with the commissariat ot an army Uiow what a job it i to feed and clothe 00000 or 600000 men Well there is euib a host as that marohins ncross the desert They nre cut off from all army applies Tnere are no rati train brlnc iiic down food or blankets Shall th y all perish No The Lord come from Heaven to tbe rescue and he touches ihf shoe nnd the coats which in a year or two would b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

8 X5Ua It Takes The Unwieldly Gathering Time to set Down to Business Hon B D Tnrlelon of Hill Connty Temporary Chairman Committee Ap pointed non J C Hiitcheson of Harris Connty rermnnent Cliatrmnn II Makes a KingglnE Speech Prognoetlcatlona TWENTIETH SENATORIAL DISTRICT Representative of tlie District on tlie Vari- ous Committees Special to the Gazette SanAxtomo Tei July 12 The delegation ol the Twentieth senatorial district composed of the counties of Tarrant Wise Parker and Jack met in caucus this moraine at 93 oclock On motion ol L J Munford of Tarrant T A Ful- ler of Wise connty was called to the chair and C C on motion of C W McUhee of Parker elected secretary The tol Kidd of Parker was lowing named gentlemen were selected to rcpre kent said senatorial district in the convention on the several committees On platform and resolutions Hon 1J Camp of Tan ant- On permanent organization Hon C W aic Ghee of Parker On credentials T A Fuller Of Yl ise On roles or order of business M 11 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

aft w < rgfig wtr gg8 r i et etc ithnut argument it is admitted thnt thu is very silly still If tho world were fHiisible might not the world bo a very supid plnco for even those who condemn 118 fellies tolor symphony is a pet phrase among fashions devotees unil thu par- cel Ui no inslgnillcant part in the har roin > If the belle of seashore arrays liTelf ni white the daintiest and purest whte parasol shields her beauty if she favors ugcressivo effect she inteusilles the yellow of her toilet by tho brightest of ve low suushudes Is she the per uma ion of frivolity in buttcrily robes flirul decorations adorn her parasol uud I rusticity is her fad tho domo over her utiuy hair looks like a moving wheat ftncK There seems to bo no end to tho freaks this season in the covers and it is promised that next season the hnndles of the uieful articles will be the surprises 1 tie ticks aro to be hollow receptacles fr all manner of things excenllng it is to be hoped such things as are said to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

i I EDITED BY FRANCIS HODGSON DUHKETT THE PBIZB 8EHIAL TUB ABANDONED CLAIM By Flora Itnincsloughcnd Author of Wa He Guilty Etc CILUTKtl XXIII MABTDJ WARNS DE JOHX NE day Martin followed the two strange gentle- men up stream to Rive them a basket ot peaches they had engaged He heard their voice floating ont ot a leafy covert Two weeks time al- ready gone ond not so much as a square look at thisDr John yet The colonel spoke impatient- ly Yet you felt sure he was the man that day we met him on the road f st as he drove and with his hat pulled down over his face said the lieuten- ant Bnref Of course Im sure insisted the colonel testily I tell you I should recognize that handwriting if I came across it on a papy- rus In anEgyptlan tomb Its unmislable Then why dont you go straight to his house uncle and corner him there There you have me Hobart There is an element of uncertainty What could I say what should I do if it shouldnt be the right man after all I dont see anything for it Uncle Ro...

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