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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

orn lADlES1 COLTJME estions for Summer Apparel rP and Household Economy nations in ia Fittinsr the Summer Girl in Hany BolesVisions ol tie Parasol Beauties ffoiasn Who looteth Well to tba 1Vtii Der nonseu0ld wm bB Ben U tfie Harsct PlaceiBecipes whirl of events that have been lBtbe ded mto these pa t days and are still 00 little for there seems room by f U of modes ana yet these are the eiwben the oft recurring question bjttobuy nna how to make It M imperatively So lonjr as oool estacr sad follinc skies were the rule alter of dress adjusted Itself there nothlOE d0 but t0 Wenr heary and Bnwl clothing since fairer and rt weather has come and r Sally to stay the desire i for R ° WD3 simple and w how be 1 nb these simple gowns JSaetnev ore simple they may bo Mtuexpensire thoy are not Beautiful u are much affected by the fasb rf ritiies bit when a modiste has made j these pretty gowns with its Ionn Bt adorning of lace nnd ribbons 3 it is siot home the tiny folded white jTer telis that a ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

NASI IN WASHINGTON HE SHEDS LUSTER ON THE SPEAKERS FORMCEREMONY OF TAKING THE CHAIR HOISTING THE FLAGMR SPEAKER IN REPOSE AND RISING TO THE OCCASION HIS CHARACTERISTIC GESTURES Copyrighted 1S90 by the Author For the Gazette If I could only break up this man Knsts terrible habit of making pictures I think I should enjoy taking him about with me and showing the sights of Wash ington to him Half the fun of knowing things comes from being able to toll them to somebody who does not know tbem and Mr Nast is so delightfully innocent But this irrepressible pen chant of his keeps me oonstautly in a state of nervous expectation that he will do something to outlaw us both Two weeks agoit will be remembered I took him into the press gallery of the United States senate Well ho had beon there but n few moments when PEEPAltma TO OPEf THE BOUSE I this irresistible desire to make piotures seized him and he snatched up the first shoot of paper that oame to his band When ho had ooverod it with drawing...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

cui IU1 ttml teril n jiJN R MBKOUGH State Issues to tho People olD Talks D Lancaster and TIctaityt ABeiidinent ana Hie Commission HurttinU toPosper ff D Cocott TEX May 18 m E 8 Khnbrough addressed th U f teis town and vicinity In an impres Hh of an boar and a half last night He adoption of tho road amendment jjTOCJtM rtice B of the eon3titntion and KtJ ° ° conclusively that unless this d rerr aneadnient was adopted as part of the 1 uw o tne land that TezM C0Uld < good system of public roads r5 nested tho adootlon of the B moment He argued at consid tasasaon smc h cleimess and vigor of e lec m favor of the establishment of a ion the best rheabs ofprO isjrt mmi Jl frora the growingMwer in ouice of foreign rallroud corpo ai niEasiness in the state He further tab nomina D w b earnestness AtwrnerGW eral Hogg forjgovernor wni antned was the one man now J Hof nTeof Texas who was thoroughly crLnv n win the great masses of the people alF lZan Other men who would prpb st70 g DUtform but th...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

WTO 1 Mil vC er an i myself heijuVif Tafcntegtrnty Atinolutelv Pure yKl = o rter never varies A marvel of purity JNtrr8 tnard wholesomeness More economical a Sthan the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in ijfcompctition with the multitude of lowtekt RhcrtweiEht alum or phosphate powders Sold lyin cans LB ltOTAL IlAKINO PoWDEBCo J6 n > oi tie e3c Sftonn > rebyswroinro JgJElectieSpro the ect to the action tion For Sheriff es 91 iaidato for ect toa 3cn n Snipp img y TorJotinty Svrrcyo w idate for ffssor sub gic conven inraoN i hereof ansouncftfrayself asjcjijadidatefor Cunty feurr orjra Tiuitvat JBtnty Ji totlftr action r h tgoSiSy fenocifili cnliun J QOODFELLoW s ORSALE < f rcxchanife for land f p itCT roU mMH one afcjaieburnefcone < frah iie gj iJShxttga Imp ABOUT FoSN Co TE What the Ilucklcst city In Teles Is DoIds and Trylns to Bo NotcCfll Trosrcss v Pure artesian water from the new well on Tuckers hillwhich has recently been sunk to a depth of about 900 feet is now Ilo...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

A BITTEE BIRTHRIGHT OR LADY GILMOEES TEMPTATION AUTHOR OF 00IPR1XTS IN THE SNOW THE BROKEN SEAL THE TRACK OP THE STORM Etc all rights reserved ptOPPIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS Loftus wife oft ms i am > i Poor Mrs t fn India is expecting his return daily CSC o to her and her family She receives iirei of bis death and the family are extremities Writing ta a friend of tSraf J Bienkensop she consents to find t ° San thters Nancy a situation and eM ° rmiimore vhbse family of daughters F VL mient require a governess On ar ftf 6 iik laencoof Lady Gilmore she is tmblenews Her son Lord Gilmore l JLn has been shot m the wood and is Vomi from Us wounds Lady Blen ws Trr g indicated and finds i to the spot Liaedvoungman ebbing away his lifes Ko hMnotter 8 breast I nn ii and iv Lady Blenkensops ai n saves Lord GUmores life A Prr ° rdma colored ribbons is found near k miwnt body of the earl and this Lady Sp S for forth Inquiries Dur Bl he suffering man often murmurs tol Alice and at the mention of ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

fS 1WTL 5flp EDITED CHAPTER XII TIIB BOYS SEE BOMB GnOSTS BMaa HIS was not a rens f B suring speech Ce I S cils heart sank but bis spirits rose again at Allys next words uttered as he peered sharply about him in the dusk There ought to bo some signs of the path to tho store Yes I see it A store I Cecil exclaimed joy fully ore we near a store Only a ruined store nnd plumb full of hauts Ants Well ghosts then Oh I dont mind ghosts Theyre not half ns bad as bugs Dont you believe In ghosts No Do you Ally wore his stolid expression and answered like a Scotchman that is he did not really answer at all Well papa and mamma dont neither but Cobbs brotherinlaw he died on ac count of meeting up with n ghost Dont you think we better go to this store said Cecil loath to tackle the subjoot of Cobbs in any way now far are wo from home Most eight miles answered Ally despondently three milos off the road if wo cut through the swamp by the old cross road Likes not we should got mixed up too < Can y...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

thera vried oat of sight J rE ATE That is why w tn learn to carry yourselves te yoJ wfl t0 mBrch ana ma I fl oen > J oWnrt to learn what is to romain ° i oTeri ualofarmslastofall c tw a courseof sprouts Xfflone deP d upon it that will mi115 > iv4iP 2 offices nade material chances in vrB Boys < k TS who your started with SSnoiuutirally will have dropped J ° before tbe company is a month old 1 fl to stand the racket But every nnd determination m if i o Bnt lm bare turt to the work and by the babad a month of the setting 0e indrUi et will admit that he feels L a dfferpot person entirely mr I will assume that when you tried tou dad perhaps fortyfive names on the roll that is about what my last boy company mustered tine month of setting up drill balancestep and facings has re duced the number to thirtyfive nDd some of the thirty five would gladly quit if they did not fear being laughed at for want of grit Of courso the hoys who have dropped out are doing what they can to S fe fW...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 22 May 1890

I Belief tbat Architects Estimates are Too Low Unfortunate for the Owner Erlet Description o a Design for a Country Ilouso of Moderate Coat by H W choppell Architect Copyright by Author The prevalent belief that architects estimates are too low fostered by those whose interests such a belief will servo is unfortunate for owners because it leads many of them into signing con tracts that are too lilsh There aro oc casional mistakes in estimating and that there are a few architects who habitually estimate too low Is admitted but to ao cuse the entire profession is absurd as to say that all physicians aro incompetent and dishonest bccauso there are quacks found in their ranks Tha imitators and they are few are the quacks of the architectural pro fession Never having originated a de sign they are unacquainted with the materials and labor required for con struction Usually they abuse other architects especially those from whom they have borrowed mort liberally and they proclaim their orig...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

gWlg < < d > DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO rVr OP To Weekly Gazette Subscribers BEGIMM DEC 11889 WEEKLY GAZETTE 82 PAGES Q E YEAR 125 We will distribute the following premiums to subscribers to the Weekly Gazette the best 12page new sjpapec pub lished in the South To every fifth subscriber a handsome standard clothbound book i To every twentyfifth subscriber a set of silverplated tea spoons To every onehundvedth subscriber a set of silverplated knives or forks To every tlVOhundvedtll subscriber a set of silverplated knives and forks To every fourhuildredtll subscriber a large handsome 8day strike clock solid black walnut handcarved case 2i inches hiqh To every 0ne tll01lSCl1ldfJl subscriber a genuine china tea set contesting of 56 beautifully decorated pieces To every tWOtJlOUSCllldtll subscriber a magnificent tilting water pitcher 22 inches high 14 inches wide with two handsome goldlined goblets and one slop tray Pitcher frame and goblets are quadrupleplated and handen graved Gua...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

NW f 5eF g Kr l8 r ABOUT FORT WOKTE Wist tis Pluckiest City in Texas is Doing and Tryins to Do Kotes of Progress The eighth story It beintr put on the magnificent 5200000 Hurley building on the corner of Main and Seventh streets Fort Worth has the handsomest church edificci of any city o Its populatldnVin the United States And yet new Xies are being built Three cburohesyhow under way or about to be comnienoed in Fort Worth will cos 20000 < K V The Robbins brick store buliding cor ner of First sCalhoun streets Is about completed A A large and coramoftftmg hotel con structed and maintained on the most elaborate scale Is of tbo crying needs s one of Fort Worth Fort Worth rivals Cnteaco in the mat ter of grain elevators itfiero are five of them in this citywith a capacity of 850 000 bushels tfhich is remarkable for an inland cityof the size ofUbls one but then FortSVorth is a railroad center and is locatedIn the midst of the finest agri cultural country In the Southwest Tbija mannfao...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

teniKvouttno and onehalf fs > at hih f Ut fcam satisfied that this wa Si nils tn Mfd Intend to allow thorn to branch out alUjong the body from the ground P This U tbe plan udopted by the JsraBHe who have found bv ages of experience that this mode Is the best This tree is not a strong Po er and needs clean cultivation ijhd Plenty 0f niauure but with patienek oacarelj will make a fairsUkd tree iS JtaTa ana row rd the grower 1pr im pains My trees ere PWlSset back by continual rubbing of the side shoots which they persist wthrowlne out and yet would have Trf prlnc uut for be freeze ail as they were Several other aiinr 0orenial 0 > S < have beon raye it is known uuler ttienatno VIlln Florida thotffcb yie Jnp mw Bjmul at Pau Fraucisco states that ritM mB oonsn and we haro no Mtlotbangelt tnL rabl00l ° 4Archer Flay the Horida Fartpor and Fruit aBJl CoT h1a Gro r wr ftaB oranKB fees by the late freeze says of WWoum h M he ca I still it the hardiest orange tree wo it stood any other...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

rubllthtrt mnd Proprietors RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO WAIL SUBSCRIBERS pcwfoee Prepaid ey U PutlUhtnA CAJLT WEEtA fS One tl < WI Oneyear U year Six monthsi 60 Six months 75 Three taonthsi COO Three monthsA < 0 00 trocar GAiErtB lyear 12 0 Cmonths months CO cents CTTAlUiBLT nt ADTAHC3 DAILY Delivered In tno city by carriers aKJl t cr month or M cents per week address cnangi aaSubscribers wishing their to another most give the oil from one pestofnee addrers as well as the new orthe change canno lezoade ALL POSTITASTEBB n thettaU itt < to tale Eulterlrtiom to THE GAZETTE LIBERAL COMMSSIOXS ALLOWED Writs ititertntund tampU coplti REMITTANCES by draft check postofflc zronei order or registered letter can be sent at eel risk All other character of remittances at set1 tiers risk filvrrcinberentinreglstcredletter All checks money orders etc must no made I sjttle to THE GAZETTE The Gazette Rfows in eraoe ond cir culation The people know a Rood thing when they see It In three week the ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

T Ik ta i > B12X3 < 0F 43 KascirniftjW S T fSB s T f m > f r r tv vi ill others as s family raedlclna lUey 15 id id to every constitution old nd L Md bsns suzafcoated are acrse JSf w taw rarely vegetable they leave sacs but streDEthen and regulata 5v oaura liver and bowls and restore 4 oran to its normal WficUon For usa j uoine or sbroapfon land or sea Are thga Best nils haMjfeen wed In my family 3fo irtv YearS We find them an ex Knalpvers eruptive diseases tftSubles and seldom call a Tare almost the only pill fghborhood Itedmoa C jgdtac P 0 W Feliciana yen IiSghls country eight years thls tne neither I nor any < my familSjiiave used any other L W iCtlian 5rrs ri3 > DUt these u p at liantja and I should not ku oPl < Set along without them w KWherg Lowell Mass i bvi used Avers Cathartic Pills as a Family Fdedicine r ii and they havo always rdven tho J ion James AThornton B i Indof of Ayers Pills cured me of Dr i nf from which I was long a torn Koycs Hubbardstown J &...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

llrmed by tho senate lias been made of ffgpfT BRYANT GETS THEEE The Senate Committee Will Re port Favorably on His Case lliere Seems to bo no Question About Uie Passage of the Galveston Deep Water BUI Commutes Vacancies Occasioned by the Transfer of Carlisle to the Senate How They Will be Filled Reed Against 3X111 Special to the Gazette Washington May 20 Tbe transfer of Mr Carlisle to the senate leaves two Important committee vacancies In the house one on rules and one on ways and means It is the established custom to have the chairman of the ways and means and tho rank ing member of the minority of that committee on tho committee on rules In ihe ordinary course of events Sir Hills would go on the rules commit tee to eueeeed Mr Carlisle and a new man would be appointed at the foot of the lino on tho ways and meaus But Mr Heed is credited with being dead set ucainst Mr Mills going on the rules com mittee and it is said that he is thinking of appointing Mr Blount whom he has already p...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

Ite OSSt ON WALL STREET otk Market was Less Actire aad Trices were Irreffnlar rtt clostd at Losses OTtr Monday lowest Price ot the Day s4 the Railroad ond Sbow Declines COHHEECIAI BESElta i IntSe Gazette l Toes May 27 Money closed at 414 per XI rate w 4 per cent and the the BiM Pr lowest cent leady potted rates J 84143 f 5j 03 per ounce closed quiet lair Rio cargoes = Dnt lots Future closed firm 5 to 10 points ytt Eiw end refined continue quiet cut ul ct hed Gc powdered 6ttS6y4c d sno i Vts firm middling uplands C r closed Ann 1 to J points nigher tfZrm and at unchanged figures S 7 lutmiiswereweak and unsettled to ounces aeciincd throughout closing 1 J pot lots elo ed firm Y m beid at previous prices Buenos 6 e dry Texas 9 12 At > e not so active tod y only KO lianas Prices were irreg ih DKlDff C hecreatcroart and fluctuated fre f f market finally clostd weak and i be < inwer with an exceptional decline coal J uu improvemcntIn the dry goods slt re j continue undisturbed > B...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

Absolutely Pure jtThis powder never varies Amarvel of parity j3rtDrlh and wholeoneness More economical than tbe oraiuarv kinds and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of lowtest ahortweirht alum or ptojphato powders Sold i In in cam Boyai Eakiko Powtjes Co A XXO VX CX3XE NTS IKeebjfj Ebncce mrsell as SSiandidate for ahSrTtf t5g T rsuble o tbA Sion o aSefj > I K a tt 5 t V5 Bcm HWrpjgij 3yjgs5rssor fiajysclt as a candidate y fCCMTBC Assessor oM e petnocratic conven BINSOV action of the counrtwSnocratic con J Tcptlofl J OODFELLOW 2l GAZES T OnasrSSSwflS hanee 1 SjTOd rS SillsflMr at nv J yShachfegV ASsftQMra1 ft WorthTex J ANTED Iper YY nine rod Brownwood STEEMIUMS i The TwentyFifth Weeks Listot Pre miums Sent Ont to Subscribers Diltrlbntlng Handsome Books Silver Spoons Clocks and China Tea Sets Among the People The following premiums hare been distributed among subscribers to tbe Weekly Gazette slnco our last issue BOOKS TO KIFTII SUBSCKIBBKS Pearson Hudgens Epworth H...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

s A BITTER BIRTHEIGHT OK LADY GILMOEES TEMPTATION no preently i t1 etU cd and have been on tho rack for the last tie went onstill holding Nancya dvins to come to you M for e l to talk to that f EJ mother has staying 1 Miss Uu l < said Nancy softly nei be n a perfect nuisance one ttl06e young women so desperately loosnut for a husband that she thB fl to attract every man she I rnlv wish she would J sees yet she Is handsome jo vou think so She is too sharp and alway8 re looktic f r ra T oindJ me somewhat unpleasantly of ter fothfi yes who is an impecunious old Mincv cave a little laugh But 1 did ot come here to talk of Vim Buti r continued Oilmore but inmeoiio muih sweeter aud lovelier jamvdid you walk here every day ten I waawuy Tbe baif whispered yes that fell so Mtivfrom Nancys lips still reached burning ears Butlers jl < s V > u dear dear eirl And you houjrbt of me sometimes then tell me > sney Apim there was a little tremulous And I thought of you every moment of time...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

i i lEMTE BY FRANCBT iBgSZt i > cu i E3 ALL A STORY OF YOUTHFUL LIFE AND ADVENTURE IN ARKANSAS ByoOOTAVB THASCET AUTnon op THE BIJs HOPff VAG JOKD EXPIATIOK KOW KUNKIXG IN SCR1B KEES ETC Copyrighted 1890 by tho Author crurTtn mi the end of a wicked MAN UT Ally leaped In the air and uttered great shout WhooopWhoo opee ffhoo opeefcoe fcoe the 1 a n terns ho yelled see tho riding skirt Its Sally Sallys come her self Hurrah Whooriee lie Continued to shout until his breath gave out Then he grinned The ttaext sound that C oil heard was 3 > obbS Tolce Al lv 1 Altor are you all right7 It ouly seemed a minuto after this bo forejtWy were all halting their horses on the road and Sally was hugging her brother and Cecil too quite forgotting her awo of her immaouUito cousin and Cobbs was trying to explain Ally would not lot tho men dismount No sooner did he see Mltohel a face among the riders than he calldd out t > him and hurriedly told his talo You can catch em right at it If you go no...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

amt t a iken and was about the conclusion of hich niD 1 e when tbey climbed to their eTerr ° to sleep and contlnuo their ibeKcs wco ffiwta the o0CfllOa WP boob a Damps wassnuR In of all this my blankets distnrbwco lunchlnc ou the pack where nose told him heref jpe his sharp of BgS winch fames berth So climb I i ho lng down stole them and alio woke who thought his fur coat jaost people whiskers Now bear would object to a hedfellowond for fear that the for nuldsee or hear LlttleBruInlt I0lkm ed to n bet to pack him In his e m Bden and carry it into the baggage rt tir early the next moraine The flJmen thought it was fun to plague or tnZ cub and the boy who sold candy Hi MMUtt was glad to have Bruin beg stock until some one wns pleased mi or haT ometbrog for themselves as well fnr tup little bear le meat the day in the baggage car i nvtbe nctt morning the tram ar incinnati where being well din Tamfd with the proprietor and of the hotel I walked into the raet bouse with the bear under my...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 29 May 1890

12 NAST IN WASHINGTON 6 J ift THE OUSE my freakish friend exceeds in froedom and utter fearlessness all that has gone before It Ho greetod me with a sunny smile ns I encountered him yesterday It was a deoeptlvo smile not furtive but still AH ACEOOEOCS CBTPTOOAMOCS TLATT OH PIT MOUTH BOCK there was a something lurking behind It that betokened to my practiced eye a spirit of mirth and railery that is sadly out of place in the nations capital I believe this man Nast would laugh at a cabinet meeting and draw sketches even in the presence of the pres ident himself to say nothing of bow be would fool with Baby Mo Kee 1 have been walking around a bit he said pausing and tapping bis round little oheet with his forefinger but I havent met anybody I know in town Has everybody gone away Or is it possible that they all avoid mo and stay indoors on account of my lit tle sketches I intimated that It was possible that the people of Washington had taken this means of showing their dlsnleasure HIS D...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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