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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

POWER OEIINDNESS Men Not to be Overcome and Con- verted with Argument A Little Less Religion and More of Do Unto Others as You Would that Others Should Do Unto Yon jni of Tlioniamls at ilea ana Wonen Pjlnz Every Year or Want ot Mnetn Kind Word The World Tou Grn3 1 EpecUl to the Gazette Cincinnati Ohio Axis 24 Dr TalninK who a n ctT today discounts on a power which If it Lad been used as extensively as Christ In- tended it to be used would bare saved the church and tbo world from infinite discord oud sorrow the Dower of kind- ness Hi text U A soft toncun hreaketh the bone Prov xxv 15 Followlnc U his sermon When Solomon said this be drove a wholo volume Into one pbrase Tou of course will not be so silly as to take the words of the text In a literal sense Thev i < lm ply mean to set forth the fact 1 tfat there Is a tremendous power In a kind word Although it may seem to be very insignificant its force is inde tcribablo and illimitable Pungent and all conquering utterance A toft tone...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 BEARING THE END The Senate Agrees to Vote on the Tariff Bill September 8 This Gives Promise of an Adjournment tlio First Week in October Kace for Kecogiiition The Eepnbllcani nave Resolved to Tate tbe Election Bill the First Thine In tbe Next Session Texas Patents Special to the Gazette Washington Aug 26 The Ga zettks list of patents for Texas Ex- hibition rack for goods Luna F Chap- man and J A Montgomery Georgetown churn William II Day Morgan refrigerator Xanoy A Latuan Bertram plow Jeremiah C np Rengnn got There Special to the Gazette Washington Aug 2C Ttrcro was an Interesting rnce la the senate today between Senators Reagan and Stewart Irrigation was being discussed nnd llr Allison was explaining the action ot tbe committee Both Reagan and Stewart were waiting for Allison to close Each of those sen- ators has a fixed opinion on Maj Powell and the geological surrey and neither of them has been known to miss an oppor- ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

lose chants who appreciate money Jkirt showing below the belt are a cBiefuIand comfortable waist and can l < bought now at greatly reduced prices They have the shirt sleeve with deep turnover cuff turnover collar and belt 01 the same If the latter is over two lnntiea a narrower one should be sub it tuted to confer the longwaisted look Tvlilcii Is now striven for The blouse aways suggests a belt and of course tho bueblo The proper out for tiavellng wear is a belt of leather studded with fttel nail heads Some one suggests thit the uails aro to fasten leather upon pop- ular approval as a trimming In autumn worn This does not hold however only so far as tho heads themselves Theae are seen in jet and oolorod stone9 on velvet and lace It is the belt buckle however that grows in size and beauty luo latest fancy is for ivory unities artistically pamtod in flower designs tho exqulslteness of the execution rivaling miniature painting ou the same substance of a century ago The extremely wid...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

10 EDITED VY F21ANCIS TIODGSOX BURXETT AMONG THE STAKilk lty Harriet Preicott SpoSvd In sntnmer when ths woods are green With meadow spires in between With boughs that in the breexes toss With grass tnd leaves and vines and moss If np In Venus or in Mars Eome little child looks at the stars And one great Lamp swings oat on high Like b lite emerald in the sky I wonder It she thinks How clear The sweet Earth shines tonight ani near In winter when the snows have come And far andwide the ice fields bloom And cloudless depths of perfect hue Bathe all the world in blazing blue When gazing on her evening skies That little child with happy eyes Sees one great planet bluer far Thsn Lyra a great sapphire star I wonder if in such new birth Bhe knows that Lamp is still the Eirthl THE TRIZE SSItlAL TIIE ABANDONED CLAIM By Flora Haines Longhead Author of Wn He Guilty Etc chajter arnt tob valley op tub shadow i HERE is he Take me Ito him She was mounting the stairs and there was mingled entreaty a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

C < fc 4 Fcpfrlntenflent Porter rays nigh Tribute to Hit Female Accountants Congress- ional Programme Faperlntendent Porters Congratulations Special to the Gazette Washington Auk 24 Tho chiefs of the population division of tbe census office celebrated tho completion of the couut of tho population of the United Mates by a little dinner at Glen Fcbo a suburban enravnnsery Wednesday night The Hollerith clectrio tabulating system has been in use by tho census office for the tabula- tion of tbe schedules of tbe population taken under tho eleventh census Superintendent Porter in extending his congratulations upon tbe rapid and accurate completion of this great work apoke as follows It may not bavo oocurred to any of this little Dand of faithful workers oon tlitlrig of chiefs and section chiefs from the population division of tne census that you are celebrating a great event herein this picturesque spot For the first time in tbe history of tho world the couut of tbe population of a Croa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 28 August 1890

I I a a a 12 REDDIf BOSTOH Fcr Sero Eyes Flash VevnSs Sunt PHes Fetes it Lscagkal 25 d FORT WORTH Iron Works Fort Worth Texas g wtjUtnew tiutt hu reduced the general sy St 5 t m so much to Induce almost every < V other disease and the real cause of the J trouble scarcely erer befnc suspected they are doctored for rrerjthintt but the right one Notwithstanding the many valuable remedies that medicalBClence has produced M for the relief of this clas of patients none of the ordinary modes of treatment effects cure l > urlnfoarextenErecollrgeandhos pital practice we hare experimented with and diiKWTered new and concentrated reme- dies The accompanying prescription Is of- fered as a certain and speedy curr as hundreds of cases in our practice hare bea restored to perfect health by Its use after all other remedies failed Perfectly pure In- gredient mint be used In the preparation of this prescription It Erythroxyion coca 13 drachm Jerubebln 1 2 drachm llelonlas XJiolca 11 drachm Gels...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

tor DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO ON LY 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 3rear with a copy of the Household Cook Book cloth- bound 315 pages to every one sending us 125 net For 250iiet 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 400 net a copy of the original Websters Unabridged will be sent express charges prepaid to the express oince 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 a copy of the 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

T W Ayer > s Pills Excel all others as a family medicine They are suited to every constitution old and young and being sugarcoated are agree aula to Uke lurely egeUule Uiey Ieae no 111 effects but strengthen and regulata the stomach liver and uoncls and restoro et cry organ to Its normal Inaction For uso either at home or abroad on land or sea these Mils MilsAre Are the Best Aycrs rills have been used In my family for o > er thirty jears We find them an ex- cellent medicine In fevers crupth e diseases ami all bilious troubles and seldom call a plijslcini They are almost the only pill used In our neighborhood Kedmon a Cumly Kow Landing P O IV Telklana Parlsli Ii- I liave been In Oils country eight years and during all this time neither I nor any member of my family ha > e used any other tlnd of medicine than Aj ei s Pills but these e always keep at liand and I should not know how to get along without them A V Sodcrberg Lowell Mass I have used Ajers Cathartic Pills as a Famil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

f > t VMM rtjlu ig TT TEXAS texas mors and weather Eastland countv has had good rains and the prospects tor a Hue cotloti crop arc as cooil its one could wish Actordlng to the Brenhnm Banner the farmer and rotton bujers say that more cotton ha been gathered aul marketed up to date this year than for a corres- ponding period durlug any year within tbe oa t ten yeari As a consequenceof the frequent show- ers in Cooke county there win be a bis roton crop and plenty of fresh Burden vegetables before frost A irreot deal of cotton Is being market- ed in Sherman but most of it is in seed Cotton is eood in Pnrker in some localities extra tine other short Crops in tha vicinity of Whitney Hill county are not as good as was expected owing to the untimely appeuranoe of both rain and dry weather Iu Smith county owing to the extreme dry season cotton is opening rapidly and farmers ore making husty preparations tor patherlue the fleecy staple Both corn a d cotton are In better condition than wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

DRS BEnS BETTS PHYSICIANS Surgeons and Specialists 825 MAIN STREET nallas Toxqb Tbe most widely and favorably known special < ts in the United States Tbelr long experi- ence remarkable skill and universal success in t no treatment and cure of Nervous Chronic and Furgfcal Diseases entitle these eminent physi- cians to the full confidence of the afflicted every- where They guarantee A Cebtain and 1 ositive CunE lor tho awful effects of early vice and the numerous evila that follcvr in its train Pbivate Blood akd Skik Diseases speedily CGrapletLly and permanently cured Xrmocs Debility and Sexcal Disosdecs yield readily to their skillful treatment Piles Tistcla akd Rectal Ulceus guaran- teed cured without pain or detention from busi- ness nvpnocxLE and VAntcocEis permanently and successfully cured m every case biPuiLis Gonorrhea jLeit Epeuuator kuea Seminal Weakness Lost Manhood Night Amissions Decayed Kacultis Female Weak- ness and all dillcate disorders peculiar to either sex posit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

5fio reerists 4is iyUvJ DEPARTMENT EDITED BY MBS HI It JFALTOX rcnmirns Notice Ail communications Intended tor IUU department should be addressed to Mrs M K Waltos Fort Worth ex Sweet Mnrjorle Fleming the put or Sir Walter Srott und the story of whosa brief life la so pathetically told In Dr Drown Spare Hours in one or her coatldjuccs wrote that while the multi- plication table was a vexation seven times was the devlllshest thing In nn ture Dear little soul always repealing of some pisrantio want of co forraity as et forlh in the Westminster cntechism he did not know the ouprlces of Dame Fnsaion nor the consenuuiu vexation unit tomes to an amiable writer on modi only a short time since an assertion wua ventured tUut the folly height in aleeves imvliiir been renehed autumn would lirmir redurtinn not so Says the Intent authority sleeves nr to con- tinue louir and full and in extension will tliteatrii the ears und as velvet is to be n fuvurite material just how the wearers of then enor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

1 I A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT LADY GILMOKES TEMPTATION BY DORA BUS FXIi Author ot Footprints In the Show The ltroken Senl The Track ot the fctorm A htranB M iactictc CUAPTEK All Bights Eeseeved XXXII FATHER UAVTVATtDS SEW S I win tellinK you repeated Father Hayward thut wo bad a atrangevis itor yesterday at Wrothsley but happily I met him juet at the entrance of the castle and was aulo to prevent him hav- ing an interview with Lady Giitnore but his communication to me was such an Important one that I lost no time in com Iuk to town to test its truth Important repented Nancy who could scarcely restrain her agitation Most important but I must tell you about our strance visitor Well just as I was about enter the castle I perceived a seafaring looking mau standing talk- ing to one of the footmen in a very earn- est fashion I was about to pass the two nnd go into tho library which room as you know is always open to me when Graham the footman addressed me Your reverence he said this person insi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

CARLISLES PROTEST Concise Bcview of SubTreasury Scheme Analysis of Its Operations It Btrrnsthsns the Control of Ilia Markets by th frcruIstTslnJnrlnns to Farmer and tbe Laboring Man Louisville CourierJournal Tbe coDtlnued discussion of what Is termed thesiibirensurT scheme end re- cent expressions of dissatisfaction from formersAlliances with the position of eunlor Carlisle induces the Courler journnl to publish Mr Carlisles letter on tlie subject in full The substance of ibis lettir has been sent out by the Asso- ciated Press but it is so clean end con- clude n Its demonstration of the itn ra < ill iiliility of the measure that the tourierJournil pives It entire United States Senate J Washington D O May SO 1830 1 B F Ioward hsq Tusiegee Ala l i but Your favor strains that you are u member of the Farmers Alliauce of Mniou county Alnhnma and request mc nie to cire niy views on what is rom rn nlv known us the subtreasury jilun was duly received und I lake the eurliest opportunity t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

i S4T isge wr Highest of all in LcaTcoing Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Bailey ratification Tho25th of Septem- ber was selected as the day and tbe park Dear tho waterworks as the place for the celebration SMITH COUNTY UNION LABOR PARTY Correspondence of the Gazette Tyler TexSept1 A convention or the Union Labor party of Smltn county has been called to meet in this city Sep- tember 25 FIFTEENTH SENATORIAL CONVENTION Epecial to the Gazette Farfield Tex Sept 2 The con rentiou for the Fifteenth senatorial dis- trict met here today The candidates were It E Steele of Fr estone W n Kicbardson of Lira est quo and Senator Slmklnsot Navarro Each county stood solidly by its man to the 500th ballot Slinking who is tbe present senator has eleven rote s Richardson sevyi Steele six It is thought the result will be s- crub race JCEW HAMPSHIRE DEMOCRATS Concord N H Sept 2 The plat- form which was unanimously adopted condemns tbe Republican party for its actions upon questions affecting tbe peo- ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

PfV hx vmwrF 7 P STJZLLE EDITOIi rrrLHiirRs Notice All communications intended for this department should be addressed to Prof J P Eteixb Fort Worth Tex ruttlnc In Turnip It Is to be presumed that the experi- enced turnip grower of Texas knows us much about puttine In tbe turnip crop as we do in many ca ea he mar know more But in almost any country there are novices taking hold of to them a- new crop and some of these may find what we are about to say relative to tur- nip culture entirely worthy of their at- tention The turnip requires a deeply worked and mellow soil On our waxy lands this means a soil containing a goodly proportion of well decomposed vegetable mutter Or whut this decomposed veg- etable matter is composed does not muko any very material difference Its main ofiit e is to render the soil open nud fri- able a condition which cannot oxist wittour heavy soils without the addition of vegetable matter If the soil be turned up in its natural state without this vegetable mat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

i i 10 P SKHi Mat O0ses > SS 5B ftu EDITED BY FRANCIS UODGSOX BURNETT THE MIIIACLE OF SAJt rEUFE F A Story of Old New Mexico by CImrlo Lumtnli Contilbu orto St Nicholas YonthaCom panlon Etc HOPE someday to see a real history of tbe United States a his- tory not written in a closet from other onesided affairbut based on n knowl- edge of the breadth of our history and a disposition to do it justice n book which will realize that the early history of this wonderful country Is r irow atrip on tbe At xorsBsn lanti0 SBnuoarJ > but that it began tn the great Southwestand that before the old- est of the Pilgrim fa- thers had btea born swarthy Spanish heroes wero colouring what Is now the United States in their little corner of which they suffered for 350 years such awful dancers unci hard- ships and dangers as our Saxon forefa the s did uot dream of I hope to see Fucb a history which will do justice to perhaps tbe most wonderful pioneers the world has qrer produced but it has not come...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

i Are on tho JHtnrod ns noon as they were Id sight of her und 8oou welshed nnohor and stood out to sea la the meantime tlia seumeu and crew uud many of the men from Newport wont out in boats and nut out the tiro ou tho Uric und as soon as the gunboats came back which was very soon as they only wished lo drive the Niinrod away all hands set to work to set the vessel off and set her Into the linrbor and at tb next Uoodtide she Homed nnd was brought up to the wharf The boys who had captured the balls lushed them hume with great triumph and for years after they were shown to their children and grandchildren ns war trophies The little boy who had shown such bravery In catching the balls was eent for a few duys after by Commo- dore Ferry and be tisked him if ho would like to be a midshipman and ns he was very anxious to be one as hla family were willing Commodore Terry gnvebim an appointment He died quite young of yellow fever In some foreign port In after years no story of oldtime so del...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 September 1890

S i K aSteafc iwp ll j BONNETS AND HATS Ihe Summer Hat About to bo Called In It is Time to Look Ahead a Little New Shapes In Felt for the Early FallBlbbon Shares Public Favor With Ostrich Feathers Perfumes Copyrighted 1SS0 j the Gazette 101 New Yoke Aug 20 2NXESS you keep your tyltB about you tnese days youll suddenly awake to a consciousness that your bat is no lon- ger entirely modish for when Bummer commences to ko It goes with a rush and It is the easiest thine in tho world to find yourself wtarinp a stylo ol hat which In tho urgot of the times has been called n There aresev rul kinds of woman that can afford to wear a shabby hat There8 your very rich woman and your literary woman andi yourvery poor woman The ThoKreason why it is bo easy for a hat to be ridiculous is that it is the most unnatural thine in tho world Nature pave ua hair to serve as a covering for our heads and she tboupht she had solved tbnt problem Ancient art took this view of tbe matter and youll find that with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 September 1890

DEMOCRAT > U 3t iC t to the benefit of all classes We want the same degree ot proteotion to bo given to agricultural products that is extended to all other in- terests The commerolal and industries interests ot the oountry demand a tariff whose maximum will not retard the growth ot foreign trade or unnnturallv stimulate prices at home and whose minimum will afford all ample protection to every legitimate industry A tariff beyond such maximum is legislation in the interest of a favored few while a tariff below snch minimum is legislation against labor We believe it to be the best commercial polioy ot this country to cultivate most intimate as well as most extended commercial relations with our sister re- publics of the two American continents and that it would be wise ana expedient so to adjust our tariff laws so as to pro mote those relations and at the same time adopt such legislative polioy ns will compel countries that exercise determined discrimination against Amer- ican prod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 September 1890

1 3IhBKesbis aye Hre cheapest last VaV a M xk JJ h fa f i > jUf MosAAA oh nd subsHbuIres fa SAFOUO lHs asoi < ckkcof scouring sop Try i h Y in your rvexrhousecleaning It is ivorse than nonsense to buy a cheap article with which to damage more valuable property Scouring soap is at best only a trifling expense but with a poor and cheap article it is likely to do considerable damage to fine marble or other property Ever in Texas Exhibiting its Wealth of Attractions TIXE5 WALLA < lammoth IVSenageries Twin Elevated Stages MILLIONAIRE FREE STREETDISPLAY LARGEST COLLECTIONof EXHIBITION HORSES Grand Balloon Ascension E LEAP FROM THE CLOUDS DOUBLE WEDDING J jlkETgBSJLOJSTn SO OOPSS Minister aitxener Orders New York Sept 9 A Panama ineo al sayi Tim following is Minister illze jErs letter to Capt Potts of the Paoiflo Mail steamer Acapulco in regard to Gen Barrundla United States Legation 1130 pm Guatemala City Aog271S90 If your ship Is within one league of Guatemalan torrltory and you...

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