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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

I u upplf the demands of a business com- munity and he tlnully declares wo cno not bellevo that it is belnsr too sau ciilne to expect the establishment of a line of telegraphs throushout the Un- ion At that date except to a very few men who had cnujrht prophetic glimpses of the possibilities of masnetls m the sema- phore seemed to t > e the swiftest and best imnpinable telegraph A lear ed lec- turer 1 quoted as suyluz of it It must be evident to the most common observer that no means of eonreyinc lutelllcenoe can erer be devised that shnll equal the rnpllitv or the telejjraph One uho consults the old Oles of our apwspapers becomes deeply impressed by the patience of our uucestors In the Hifton Advertiser and Keportory of Sep tember 7 1SH the latest news from WnshinKton is dated September 2 that from Charleston Aujrust 25 and that from Xew Orloans July 28 In the bsue of September 30 wo road Yesterday neither letters nor papers were received from any place beyoud Ibiladclphia Wo kn...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 August 1890

t i i U ± A 12 MIDSUMMER FASHIONS A Criticism of tho Winced Sleeves Airy Costumes at Their liciffht Affect What li Most Becoming to Your Fecallar Style ot Beauty Linen Underwear to be Transplanted Copyrighted JB30J Tor the Gazette Knr Yoac Aug 5 1890 UCH has been aald In praise of the styllth bouffant sleeves set high on the shoulder so that I wna quite startled to hear an objection to them therefore first let mo describe n charming toilet which I saw nt a carden party last week and then let me state the criti- cism made upon it by a male friend of mine It wns a mauve colored rcousscllce figured with liowers in a dark shade ot lilao the wnistbeinK veiy bouffautand sleeves still more so but heiu down by a yellow silk ribbon which starting out from under the arm encir cled the arm in n spiral until it reached the wrist whore it ended in a small knot Tho same garniture on the waist passing three or four times around the body and terminating in a little pompon behind others in front wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

HEALTH IS WEALTH Er E C WrsTs Nesto and BEAisrTnBAr hett > ruaranteed specific for Hysteria DizxI rett Convulsions Fits Perrons Neuralgia Headache Nervous Prostration caused by the Sfe of alrohol or tobacco Wakefulness Mental Decre flon Foftrningof the Brain resulting in iririfv ami lcadinploruisery decay and death Premature Old Age Barrenness Loss of Power to either rtx Involuntary Losses nnd Sperraat errheca caused bv overexertion of the brain selt elate or overindulgence Each box contains en Berth treatment JlWabox or sir boxes i ir to rent bv mail preapld on recent ot pries WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXD3 Tecorr any caee Wilheach orderrecelvedbTas In fix boxes accompanied with 53UO we will icrri lie purchaser our written guarantee to re ftid the money if the treatment does not effect icure Guarantees Issued only by DRUGGIST SOLE AGENT C9 Houston St Fort Worth Tax And Northwest Texas IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION Will furnish FREE reliable information about the Bst Hh at ivrontry toe Best Ir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

Shows signs ot falling begin at once tlie uso ol Iyers llalr Vigor This preparation strengthens the scalp promotes the growth of new hair restores tho natural color to gray and faded hair and render tt toft pliant and glossy We hate no hesitation la pronouncing Avert Ualr Vigor unequaled for dressing ilia hair and wo do this after long experi- ence In Its use This preparaUon preserves the hair cures dandruff and all diseases ot the scalp nukes rough and brittle hair soft and pliant and preents balancss While it Is not a dje tSo e nna nave used the Vigor say It will stimulate the roots and color glands of faded gray light and red hair changing the color to A Rich Brown or even Mack It will not soil the pillow- case nor a pockethaniiitercnlef and Is al- ways agreeable Al the dirty gummy hair preparations should be displaced a onco by Aycrs ITair Vigor and thousands who go around with heads looKing lik the fretful porcupine should hurry to the nearest drug- store and purchase bottle of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

7 gZ K Ji2 Recent rains and fine crops is the re- port from Williamson oounty The cotton worm has made its appear- ance lu Falls county in sufficient num bers to seriously threaten the crop i omanche county wants more rain for the cotton crop Corn is made The crop outlook of Hunt county oon tinues fine up to date Boll worms have appeared Cass county crops are short on account of the drouth A bale to the acre is the prospect in Kenton county Some sections will not come up to that mark There is fine prospects for a large cot ton irop in Rockwall county this fall Reports from some portions of Johnson county are to the effect that the cotton op will he very light while in other Portions of the county a large yield is Mpeet d The prospect for a large cotton crop is till promising Fannin without some erious disaster will have more than an overage crop this year Crops around Yoakum DeWitt county are good and have improved by recent ralus Foiniy Aug 11 Forney reoeived Wdgmued Kaufmau county...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

t 1 XhULlbUHU ETEltX XUUJlbDJiT ETTinl nrxocxAT rviszisinyo cosirAxr rtibUfhrrs and Proprietor RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION iro mail FUBScnminw ITcttac Prepaid ttoPublhhml TMirr mssxa Oreretr 1 I 0 iey r v 73 Fix months fS flrnontAV < 1 Three month 100 I Three months iim > av Gazerr jrear n 00 ImontLs > I months to cents roTAitHBLYiSAnviirOT rAILYEelivcred In the city by carriers all Uffiie ix rcsTVAFTWn eaE Aetts UEJLKAL COilMSBIONSiLLOWZO irr < ci tmiiajld iampl copies REMITTANCES by draft tkierpoi at trcrTty crfier or registered letter can sent p remittances > ccrtitk All olucr character of f furr can k be rent Jn registered letter made orders etc must be All crecV money 1131 lit to THE GAZETTE Hukraii for Hocc Rah for Pendleton Rah for the platform IUii tor the commlsslonl Sit down Grandma Hoar has the floor That platform ring after oil Brer Quay has a protty healthy Hogg and Dixie ruled the roost at the convention The GAznTTK salutes his honor Mayor Smith nnd hopes that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

Vjw < jyw is rsf A National IHngriico Certainly one of the most absurd things tbat a civilized nation was ever con- cerned in has been bold up to public gaze and to rldiculeat the hands of all intel- ligent people In the recent appropriation by congress of 5200 to bo used by the Inited States department of acrioulturo In blasting the sky for wnter The Hildas introduced by Senator Fnrwell ° n ibe plea that loud thunder causes falnglnnd that heavy cannonading on the eartils surface has been supposed to lead to the same results Tbo experi- ments are to be made with balloons A balloon is to be sent up carrying a heavy charge of dynamite to which is nttaohed a lute tbat will set the dynamite off at a certain height The concussion It is held will burst something In the nlr we ure not told what and cause the v n rtmm 5 1 > s Ttr rtrBLiHFns Notice All communications Intended for this department should bo addressed to Fort Worth Tex nor j P Etelle Bad Water and revers At tbis senson of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT LADYGILMOUES TEMPTATION nr noBA busreu Author ot Footprints In the Snow The Broken Seal The Track of the Storm A SI ranee Mes- sage c c All Rights Reserved CTIAPTER XXXVII THE SECOND MEETING Gerard Lord Gilmore never forgot this first meeting with the beautiful French woman as she called herself on the broad and sunlit waters of the Thames It did not last very long for Madame do Casta scon tired or affected to tiro of the exertion of rowing but it lasted long enough to fill Oillmores heart with absolute enthusiasm for her beauty After they had proceeded about a quarterofa mile further up the river from the point where they firet met madame stretched out one of her white uncovered hands toward a little villa standing with only the depth of the garden in front of it from the waters edge That s mv small nest she said that I have taken for your Enslsh summer then when j our fogs come I must fly southward And you live there all alonei asked Gil- more All alone auswero...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

TALMAGES SERMON Befora the American Farmers Encampment at Mt Gretna Pa He Introduces Himself and His Sermon hS Reference to His Boyhood Days on thearm Eerrejentatlves From Farmers Aiioclatlon From All Parti of the Country Greet the Famous Divine Special to the Gazette Lebanon Pa Aug 17 The Amer rau fnrmera encampment at Mount Cretna near this city today listened attent voly to a remarkable dlsoourse by tbe great Brooklyn proaohor Rev T DaWitt Talmage who arrived here yesterday from the Chautauqua at Pied- mont Ga whero be spoke Wednesday last The subject was one peculiarly suited to tbe Tast audience being on Farming a Gospel Type 1 King six 1 Elisha the son of Shaphat who was plowing wjth twelve oxen be- fore bim and be with the twelfth Representatives of the great termers association from all parts of the country ore at the encampment preparation for uhiib have been going on for months in advance The surrounding densely populated counties of Pennsylvania are also fully represented...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

c8 tmtikamiwi itii S j jsfeL JfcfetiiAti 9 w X e r Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 THE CENTKAL STRIKE Situation on tlie > ev York Central and Hudson Kiver Road Yesterday leadlnc Labor Lights in caucus Correspond- ence Between Messrs Fonderly and Webb Submitted KOFL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORTS New York Auk 18 The executive committee of the Knights of Labor who have beeu in session sinoe Friday Inst finished their deliberations and pre- sented the result of their consideration of the strike on the New York Central to Third VicePresident Webb this morn- ing About 10 oclock Messrs Holland nnd WTriRht presented themselre at the office of Mr Webb in the Grand Central depot Mr Holland sent in his cardj nnd beij nnd Mr Wright were nt onoo admitted to Webbs private office Mr Holland said to Mr Webb This communication which 1 hand to you contains the result of the delibera- tion of the executive board ot the Knights of Labor auent the striko on your road I wis...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

J li < iali kJ JIIBS Criticism at times captions Is often just tnd when o should be used as a lesson This thought has been suggested by a re- mark made by nn observant gentleman to n lady acquaintance as they walked one of the thoroughfares of this city I dont liUe that do you was the inter- rogatory and further questioning devel- oped that it was the style in which a patsinK young lady had her hair dressed It wm a loose twist with many straying looks He called them stra RlInE hairs that hnd been two carefully curled to pi ve nn impression of the careless proce that bettor befits the house and the neclice than the street Shes round shouldered too and thats a shame To this his companion assented at least sa far as It was a shame for a young woman to be round shouldered or carry herself otherwise than ereot and with fllsnity The writer for one Impa- tiently awaits the time when walking lemons shall bo thought quite as import- ant a part of girls education as elocu- tion or duuoiug ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

JO EDITED Br FliAXCIS IIODGSOX BUEXETT TEE PRIZE SERIAL THE ABA > DONEI > CrAI3I By Flora Halnrs Tonchead Author ot Was Ho Guilty Etc CHXI1EB XXIV CONTINUED gte ji SlniR i what Martin saw wa1 Dr John caught In the very act of edging toward the door Dr John looking like a detected culprit aa his old comrade laid hold 01 him and brought him back reproaching and cheering him in a breath Dr John called upon for a speech and started out brarely not to say defiantly then faltering and breaking down as old associations flooded his memory Dr John protested that he was no speechmaker but ris ing to the occasion nevertheless and giving utterance to patriotic sentiments in a way that stirred the loyalty of the old veterans and made the hall again resound with cheers Dr John the hero of the evening whose name and praise were on every tongue Ifow small and mean Martin felt What a goose and sneak and lunatic he had been And when the doctor his belfpossession a little re- stored though still...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

IN MEXICOi A Baptist Missionary Who lias Lived There for Years He Keturns Alive and Well to Relate The Results of His Efforts Im- pressions of the People gone Enpects In Which the Mexican Is Sape rlor to Ills AngloSaxon Neighbor Progressive Conntrj Rev Dr W D Powell Saltlllo IlexThat That autograph met the eye of a Ga 7ETTE man yesterday afternoon and he proceedoJ to look up the possessor of it Dr Powell turned out to be a pleasant gentleman still young in years whose full brown beard does not bide the cwnrthing effects of the rude sun of the land of the Montezumas Eight years ago when tha Southern Uaptiat convention the same body which met in Fort Worth last spring met in liichniond Va I was sent to and given charge of the Baptist mission work in that country Previously I had been doing the Lords work in Texas For two years I was pastor at Minoola For Ave years I cried as superintendent of Sundayschool mission work in this state Tor eight long years I have labored nraons the Mexica...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 21 August 1890

n w n 12 IT IS OVEE The Mighty Unterriiied Wind up Business and Adjourn Wortliam Nominated for Treasurer and Jack McGaushey of Hood County for Land Commissioner II C Prltchett Superintendent of mbllc In tractionFinley IteKIected Chairman of Executive Committee THE LAST DAY The Ticket Completed Willi JLess TnlU and More Work Tlinn on Previous Ia > Special to the Gazette Sax Antonio Tex Aug 1 After the ad fournment of the convention last night at 1215 the friends of McCulIoush and Wortham began at once to go to work to net the vote of dele- gates who had originally been for Saddler By 430 this morning the Wortham men had se- cured the tcntyfiveotes of Dallas county the sixtocn of Fannin and forty other votes in nearly as many counties Then they went to bed confident that their fuvorite would be nom- inated on the first ballot and they were not mistaken As it turned out the contest for land com- missioner was not much of a race after all The man with the uphomous name from Hood Jack...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

texjl W R DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO The Condition of Lodges Force Bill for This Session Frye Discloses a Bad State of Affairs In the Republican Cnmp Blaine and Quay Together Tie Rerv to Govfrnor Prince Heqnest for Troopi to Prevent Fnrthfr VlilteCap Oatraces in New Mexico Vhn Killed Cock Robin Effclal to the Gazette Washington Aug 20 Crowds as embied in tho senate galleries at 10 oelock today expecting to see a great political battle Quay was moving about with unusal activity and tbe senate chamber resembled a great political con- tention Quay was bolstering up tha courage of tbe weakkneed and appeal- ing to his friends to stand by him Hoar opened tho discussion with a longwinded pnrtisan and tiresome harangue Mr Frye delivered a vigorous speech nnd dis- closed a bad state of affairs lu the Re puMican ramp Tha fight in whloh tbere Is the most bitterness Is that among the advocates of the election bill equally earnest in Its support who differ ou the question of THE CHANGE OF HULKS He u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

1 r i i 2 4 ljj ON CHANGE Spot Cotton Fractions and Futures from 1 to 6 Points Lower Wheat Opened Firm Fluctuated Narrowly and Cloied at an AdTance Coffee and Wool Markets fnchanstd Dally Review Ornci op Tub Oatttii Fort Wobtb Tbx Aug 2G tsT I Business continues good in every department throughout the city There has been a very perceptible increase dally for the last ten day the merchants report and the anticipated boom in trade is surely coming The general markets family supply and pro dace markets are adequately supplied for a good demand Fruits and vegetables ore in fair supply and command good prices satisfac- tory to all A fine quality of Irish potatoes is now on the market at prices given below Poul- try eggs and butter are firm and in moderate suppl bote quotations below Cotton New crop offerings and receipts at ports bavo welled rapidly this week says Bradstreets and this added to the general tightness In the money market has caused a very general and heavy liquidation of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

TEXAS CHOIS AND WEATHER The report from Moody MoLennan county i that cotton will muke about threefourths of a bale to tho acre la the country close to town and In the dis- tricts where there bat been more rainfall it mil not be leas than a bale to the acre In the vlcinityof Iluntivlllo the cotton prospects are the best knfwn for many years The cotton crops on the black lands of Fannin county bespeak an abundant yield The corn crop in Rockwall county will be llRbt on account of the drouth in June and July i > ut there will be plenty for home use Blanco county lias had heavy rains but others are needed Showers In Cass connty have bright- ened up the cotton cane and potatoes The cotton will yield a fnir crop A fair crop of corn will bo garnered in Greer county this year Cotton crops are tine in Delta county but the late corn was cut short by the drouth This years cotton crop promises to be the largest grown in Hopkins county for lereral years Tho prospect for a large cotton crop in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

HJJP Sk Wwito tolte EVTHH I DEMOCItAI TVSZISSINO COMPANY rubUihrr and Proprietor RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Wotlage Prepaid by the Publishers DAILY WEEKLY Ons year S16 001 One year 1 25 Sir months 5 001 Six months > Tbree months 8 W Three months J > 3 Sukday Uazette 1 year J2 00 6 months II 0 ° 3 months 60 cents ITVASIABLY Iff ADVANCE DAILY Delivered in the city by carriers at 1 per month or S3 cent per week jSubscnberg wishing their address changed from one postoCQce to another mast give the old address as well u the new or the change cannot be made ALL POSTMASTERSinthe Slate are author Us J to lake Subscriptions to TBE GAZETTE LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Write Jar terms and sample copies REMITTANCES by draft chect postofficj money order or registered letter can be sent at our risk All other character of remittances at senders risk SIlTer can be sent in registered letter All checks money orders etc mast be made payable to THE GAZETTE Ex Governor Auras of Massac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

l4l S ffi TlFW f T WW jZf1 T eperimen J I > fSTELLE EBITOU FcwnERs SoTicr All communications Intended for thU department should be addressed t ° PKorJP Stclle Fort Worts lex Irrigation for Texas Thero la probably no portion of Texas whose agriculture might not bo vastly improved Dy Irrigation We mar not regard irrigation as an absolute necessity la every case or even In vory many cases but all who have studied the sub- ject of n regular water supply to crops cannot do otherwise than admit that ir- rigation would prove hiclily advanta- geous Texas taken ns a whole has tbe best soil In the world for agricultural purpoier and as a general rule she has ranfnli sufficient to get along with in making her groat orops yet she could undoubtedly do better with more or at jeat with a more even distribution of moisture throughout the season No matter how rich a oll may be its wealth of plantfood cannot bo reached by plants without an abundance of moisture intnesoil Water is the carriage b7 w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

6 A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT LADYGILMOKES TEMPTATION BT DORA nCS ELL Author or Footprints n the Snow The liroken Seal Tho Track of the Storm A Strange 2Ioi tace e 4c All Rights Reserved CIIAPTBR XXXIX WAITING FOR GERARD The next morning tho 30tn of April wag a line day That is the Bun shone out in fitful gleams between the broken fast driftinc olouds and as its rays stole tbrouph the blinds of Mays room at the Rookery near Maidenhead she rose went to the window drew up the blind and tried to shako off the depressing ef feots of her bad dreams of the night bo fore I hope tho wind was not so badat sea she thoucht pitifully for her mind Btill lingered on the old days and the old man who dwelt on the storm washed coast Poor father she kept thinking softly recallinR how vividly bis rupcod wontherbeaten features bad appeared to her in her dream and how kindly John Sumners blue eyes had Razed at his absent ohiid Then her thoughts turnod to Gilmore to Gerard as she still always called him and she ...

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