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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 September 1890

s t = = A 1 w spemj p EX TEXAS CHOPS AND WEATHER Fine rains have fallen in Greer this week Farmers ore milking 1Ir prepara- tions for an early sowinc of a large acreage of wheat Corn Is plentiful in Shelby county around Clever Creek Cotton Is also fine and Is being gathered fast The harvesters are busy In the vicinity of Blooming Grove Tne cotton crop Is reported to be very short Parker county cotton looks well The prospect for a top crop Is splendid The recent rains thero have made the farm- ers look more cheerful The Sherman Register says Farmers generally spcakiug are feeling in cood hi mor over the crop prospects and cot i in will gi awny ahead of even their most sanguine auticioations An immense cotton crop is assured in > rath county nnd the farmers and mer- chants alike are happy The half crop cf apples this season when there was a total failure of peaohes and almost every other fruit says the IflTerson Jimplecute is a strong argu- ment in favor of planting more apple tree...

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

S N DRS BEnS BETTS PHYSICEAiMS Surgeons and Specialists S25 MAIN STREET Oallan Toxan The most widely and favorably known special Ills in the United States Their long experi- ence remarkable skill and universal success in the treatment and cure of Nervous Chronic and Purgical Diseases entitle these eminent physi- cians to the fall confidence of the afflicted every- where They guarantee A Certain and Positive Cues for the awful effects of early vice and the numerous evils that follow in its train Phivate Blood and Skin Diseases speedily completely and permanently cured Nekvocs Debility and Shical Disorders yield readilv to their skillful treatment Piles Fistula and Rectal Ulcers guaran- ty cd cured without paiu or detention from busi- ness Hydrocele and Varicocelb permanently and successfully cured in every case Syrmus Oovoerhea Gleet Sperkator nnEA Seminal Weakness Lost Manhood Night Emissions Decayed Facultiej Female Weak- ness and all delicate disorders peculiar to either sex posit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 September 1890

garsapaniia For several months I was troubled with scrofulous eruptions over the whole body My appetite was bad and my system so prostrated tliat I was unable to worlc After trviug several remedies in lain I resolved i take Ayers Sarsaparilla and did so with suiti good effect that less than one bottle Restored Rfly Health and strength The rapidity of the euro as touishrd me as I expected the process to bo img and tedious Frederico JIariz Fer luiKti Villa Nova de Gaya Tortugal Kor many years I was a sufferer from Ua until about three years ago when I be pin the use of Ayers Sarsaparilla slnco which the disease has entirely disappeared nnlf child of mine who was troubled with Lie same complaint has also been cured by this medicine II Brandt Avoca Nebr Ayers Sarsaparilla IKEIVinED ET DR J c ATTER CO Lowoll Mass gold by Druggists 1 ill 85 Worth5abottle JAILED IN DEFAULT rs Taylor for Attempt to JInnlcr Iler Ilns band Near Qnanah Has an Eiaralnlns Irlal Taylors Condition orreipomlence of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 September 1890

I H i A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT LADY GILMORES TEMPTATION rY DORA nUSSKLL Antlior of Footprints In tbs Snow XIis Uroken Seal The Track of the 6lormI A Strange Mes sac c c Au Eights Reserved CnArTEU XXXIV THE first clew The newspaper paragraph went on t0 tell that 8inoe the reward had been of- fered for any information concerning the disappearance ofUerard Lord Gilmore that n younK man named Tyrone who had been staying at one of the vlllases up the Thames for over six weeks had come forward and stated that more than once be had seen a young hunchbacked man whom he knew well by sight row up to the little landingplace of a small riverside villa which ho could point out Tho police acting on this information bad gono to this riverside villa ac- companied by Mr Tyrone but they had found the villa shut up and tho whole place deserted They then discovered that this villa belonged to a oertain builder in Maidenhead who had once re- sided there but during the last two years fluding it too small for ...

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

30 jirSIC IN HEAVEN Glowing DescHWiou of the Melo- dies of tie Cfelestial Land jcv Dr TalmngeDisconrso From tho Biooklyn Tabernacle Pulpit After a Tour of Texas A sermon Descriptive ol tho rower of Sons In thli Life Mid In tho One IromlsodAn Eloquent Appeal Special to the Gazette Brooklyn Sept 7Dr Talmnges sermon for today Is n glowing de- scription of the melodies of the teleetlal land II text was Revv 9 And tbey simp a new song Follow- ing Is the Bernion > early all the cities of Europe and unertea have conservatories of musio and a ieiotions whoso object it is by ioicp and instrument to advance tho art of tweet sounds On Thursday nights r xeter hnll of London used to resound n ih the musio of firstclass performers who pave their services gratuitously to th mases who cnme in with free tickets nnJ huaed at the entertainment At Berlin at cWen oclock daily the mili- tary band with sixty or one hundred in- struments discourses at the Royal Opera house for tho people On Rnster Sunda...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 September 1890

M 1 a Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 i88g Lottery Issue Splitting the Louis- iana Democracy Webster Flanagan Addresses Ills Home People With a Heart Full to Overflowing With Love Kllgore Thlnki Congress Shonld Adjourn and Give the Goya a Chancn to Repair lliclr Fences Maine Returns LOUISIANA THOROUGHLY AJIOLSBU Special to the Gazette New Orleans La Sept 8 In the election of delegates to the Third congressional district convention Democratic the lottery issue was raised iu nearly erery parish and there were two sets ot Democratic delegates voted for one in favor of the lottery amendment to the consti- tution the other opposed to It The antilottery faction of the Democracy carried Vermillion parish The lottery faction elected nine out of fourteen delegates In St Mary all but one in Lafayette and Iberville and all in Terrebonne and Iberia In several of the prolottery par- ishes the sitting congressman Andrew Price was denounced for his vote in congress on the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 September 1890

J J J STELLE EDITOR Vr wi BFR jJoiicsAll communications intended for this department should be addressed t ° Wur J P TruK Fort Worth Tex Alfalfn lor Texas Ho tou ihinl that alfalfa cow so extensively grown in California could be male a profitable crop for Texas Do you know of any person who is cultivating it in this state It yon know of such person ploase give name and address in order that the manv of our interested citizens aorlv to him for information as to how the pais out It seems to me that Texas ought to op be able to crow almost anything that they crow in California Have the goodness to give us through The Gazette at some convenient season in article on the culture and manage- ment of airalfa O C Winn Waco Tex Alfalfa is a kind of clover known to l > otamsts as Meillcogo sativa It hns lnnc been cultivated in England and for a considerable time In the United State9 under the name of lucorno Al- falfa seems to be n name peculiar to Cal- ifornia we never beard of It by that ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 September 1890

I i i I EDITED JIT FXjLXCIS 1IODGSOX BURNETT NEXT TUB HEAD Vj Harriet 1rescott Spofford Each dear bu such a dance Was the rosy little lass Perfectl > content to be- At tbe foot of her small class Once we promised she should have Almost an thing she w ould On the day when she could say Sho above the others stood Kaiight she seemed to heed the wish Loitering on the schoolward way Never looking in her book All absorbed in cndlesk play Judge then our surprise ntlast Each day slipping like a bead When she carelessly remarked Next the head she stood indeed Kelt the head Enough Enoughl 6he shonld choose that afternoon From the dolls that moved their eyes Raid mamma and sang a tune Who it happened then we asked In our scholars class might be O the innocent blue ejes Kosy Grey she said and me CAPTURED MY INDIANS in Incident of Early pioneer linn By John L Ilenton Author ot litl tory of Vermont MP4P = Myfafcfei = IS K the enrly summer of 17C5 there stood m whut is now the town of Vernon In...

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

if > MUM TO EETIEE The Pension Commissioner Must Resign1 or be Removed Hr Breckinridge Challenqres Front that Claytons Murder was Traceable to Politics Inducements OBered by Mexico to Young Americans 31111s and JIcKlnley to Lock Horns on the TarlS DEFENDS ARKANSAS Epecial to tbe Gazette Washington Sept 5 The house was peacefully dramatic today the occasion being the Breckinridge election case It was expected that there would be ebulli- tions of anger and vituperation but no scenes occurred The Republicans who spoke bitterly denounced the murder of Clayton and called It a political murder There was nothing too mean thev could not say of Arkansas its election methods nnd state of civilization Mr Breckin ridge made a most dignified reply to these assaults He defended the fair name of Itis state lie challenged proof that Claytons murder was in nny way traee nble to politics and said that he who uttered tbe charge connecting him Ureekinridge with the crime was a COWARD AND FALSIFIER H...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 September 1890

r mm T2 te 2Cot long since there wns issued a book with the peculiar title Angel or Devil Which The volume is a collection of quotations from different poets setting forth their views of woman Long be- fore poets wrote as a creation hi h au- thority pronounced woman Rood and that it was better for man to dwell in her company than alone Neither aniiol nor devil Bhe is simply a woman with a womans frailties and n womans vir- tues She is mans best companion or his most successful tempter a contra- diction and a mystery but still a wo- man and chosen by infinite wisdom to bo his companion This much by way of preface That she ocoupies and has occupied since the be inninc a prominent place in history of the race no student will deny and that her influence h waning no observer will admit An article by Mrs Elizabeth Stuart Phelps published in the North American Review August has excited widespread interest and occasioned much debate In the Now iork Herald of Sunday Marion Ilarland comes to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

fr BOOK MARK DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO ONLY SPECIAL NOTICE All present annual subscribers can secure either of 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 150 net For 275net a set of the fine silver tea spoons will be sent wth the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 375 net a set of the fine premium knives or forks will be sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one tarTor Tor GOO net a set of the fine knives and forks will be sent uith 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 office nearest ihe subscriber with the WEEKLY GAZETTE VI pages for one year For 250 net a copy of Shakespeares works will be sent w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

V3 sftgy n nr r Sh teKto AS tte VVBLISlLCli ETMUYXlIOBSaAX ETTHB urarocjMr ruBZisaixa cohpajtx Tublhliert and Proprietors A ruoBtxy tbat bothars the Xew Eor landera greatly Is how to give protection to the North and with hold it from the South It xow seems pretty well assured that Mary Anderson will return to the stage before long The joys of wedlock it seems are not such as to overcome tho fascinations of the footlights The eocate agreed to a resolution the other day allowing machinery for making sugar from sorghum to come in free of duty hut refused a like favor to cane sugar machinery Sorghum Is not pro- duced in the South and oane is ilence the discrimination Willy Wally Phelps minister to Germany Is comlne homo presumably to tell us what a brave stand he made at the German court for the American bog and to assist his friend Illaine In his con- test with Heed Willy and bis bang cut a rery important figure in European diplo- macy if we may take bla word for it The Iloosler who in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

I Vsj Grayson cotton Is beine marketed rap- Idly The crons are better than they promised before tht > rains In Eastlund county the drouth Injured the cottou to some extent Farmers are busy gathering tie crop In the vicinity of Sherman the rains hnve wot the Ground thoroughly and ome of the farmers are hard at work reaklng the ground for sowing The rains in Mills county have started the grass to growing nicely and stock Is doing well Fairly good corn was made In Kerr oounty and the recent rains have bright- ened up everything there Knor cotton will yield about onehalf tula of cotton to the aero Corn will aierage about twentyfive bushels mil county will yield as much cotton In the aggregnte as last year on acoount of the increased ncrrago Cotton picking in Shelby county is varied with harvesting sorghum and making the syrup Fine rains In Haskell oounty have put the ground in excellent condition for needing und late millet ot which the crop Is large Crops in Fort Bend county are the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

S < Shows signs of falliag begin at once the use of Avers Hair Vigor This preparation strengthens the scalp promotes the growth u new hair restores the natural Color to gray and laded hair and readers tt soft pliant and gloss jr a3 iTe 5 hcsIta0 ° a 1 Pronouncing Ayert Hair 2gor unequaled lor drassinl the hair and we do this alter long experi- ence In Us use This preparation preserves the hair cures dandruff and all diseases of the scalp makes rough and brittle hair soft and pliant and prerents baldness While it Is not a dj e those who liare used the Vigor say it will stimulate the roots and color glands ol faded gray M ana red hair changing the color to A Rich Brown or even black It will not soil the pillow- case nor a pockethandkerchief and Is al- ways agreeable All the dirty gummy hair preparations should be displaced at once by Aycf s Hair Vigor and thousands who go aroiind with heads looking like the fretful porcupine should hurry to the nearest drug store and pnrchaso a bot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

The most widely and favorably known speclaly Ms in the United Mates Their long experi- ence remarkable still and universal success in the treatment and cure of Nervous Chronic and Surgical Diseases entitle these emircnt physi t ans to the fuil confidence of the afflicted every Bhcre Tnoy guarantee A Iebtain and Positive Vrb for the awful cifert ol early vice and the numerous evil3 that lu cvr ui its train Irivati Blood asd Skin Diseases speedily cc mpletciy ard permanently cured NFRIOC3 DEEiurv and Sexual Disohdehs 5 itld readilv to their skillful treatment Piles Tistvla and Rhctal Ulceus guaran teed cured without pain or detection from busi ness mDHOCELn and VARICOCELE permanently and successfully cured in every case Syphilis Gonorrhea Olert Spermator rhea fceimnal Weakness Lost Manhood Night imitsions Decayed Faculties Female Weak ness and all delicate disorders peculiar to cither spx positively cured as well as all functional Disorders that result from youthful follies or the t x...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

ix3t WmfOasa fV REALTY AND BUILDING The Packery Buildings Uapidly Nearin Completion Getting Heady for Work on the 111 c Sliopi The Cotton SII1I TliaOctober Attraction ToDays Hectics Real rstnto eriles wore quito numorous yesterday Besides the recorded trans- fers thero were soveral tradea made ac greRatiriB S000 cJneily lots in Brooklyn Heights and south of tlio city The gen- eral opinion is that trading Trill be in full blast before September has gono Till COTTON MILL The work of platting the cotton mill land is ubout completed and the corners liovo boon llxed In a few days work will begiu on a deep artesian well The mill will not bo very far advanced before ii rapid transit to the property will bo In operation Tho boulevard leading out to the mill la nearly done THE OCTOMIlt ATTItACTION The committeo soliciting subscriptions to tho guarantee fund to seoure five weeks exhibition of the speotaole of the LuBt Days of Iompeii is meeting with considerable success Five weeks of this utt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

t > a ran God 00K MARK WINGS 0F LOYB I Subject of Ilev Dr Talma es Disconrso Yesterday in Brooklyn I An Eloquent and Beautiful Sermon Irom the Book ol Kuth An Oriental Harvest Held Eeward be GIvrn Ihse of of Israel Undrr Whose Tbon Art Come to Trust the Lord Wings Special to the Gazette JJkooklyx Sopt 14 The subject of tbe riisrourso by Dr Talmnge todny was Wines of Love tlio famous j readier taking for Ins ti > xt tho words Tlio Lord God of Isrdel under whose wi ps thou art come to trust Ktitb li12 Sieno An oriental harvest field Cram standing Grain la swaths Gram In sheaves At tbe side of tho field a white tent In winch to take tho nooning jars of vlno pnr or of sour wine to quench the thirst if tho hot working people Swarthy men striking their sickles into tbe rust- ing barloy Others twisting tbe bands tor tho sheaves putting ono end of the imnd under the arm and with tbe free nroi and foot collecting tho sheaf tunburuod women picking up tho stray ptrnws nnd bringing tnem t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

fey s 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 ABS1I E PWRS BAILEY TEIUMPHS The Masric Orator of Cooke Nomi- nated for Congress The Doings of the Democrats ol the Fifth District at Decatur Wise County A K Swan Nominated tor the Ieclslatur by tlie Democrats ot Clay and Slontagna Counties Split at Goliad inr BECATun convention Special to tho Gazette Decatur Tex Sept 16 The beau- tiful lttleclty of Decatur was m sola at tlre today and tho streets were thronged with poople The stalwart Democracy of twelve counties was represented by the best men from all classes ot life who liad assembled to express the will of tho vast majority ot the voters of the Fif t congressional district of Texas in nomi- nating the brilliant young statesman of Cooke county Joseph W Bailey to rep- resent tho district In congress At 1130 tho delegates some seventy In number together with a large num- ber ot the cltizon of Decatur and Wico county repaired to tho district courtroom in the splu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

r r STEELE EDITOR Pcelishers Notice All communications intended lor thfs department should be addressed to Peop J P Stelub Fort Worth Tex The Fort WortliIVnco Irrisntion Area Soino weeks ago we published through these columns an nrtiole describing what Prole sor Robert T Hill calls the Fort WorthWaco artesian welloreaof Texas locatiop the area on the authority of that eminent ReoloElst as heading prob- ably about the middle of Cooke county and extending from that point on an average of forty miles in width entirely norosa the state From Cooke the area runs almost duo south to Bell county whence it bears a little westerly to Webb couuty striking the Kio Grande rirer with Laredo about on its southeastern border The olties and towns that may- be regarded as central in the area are Denton Fort Worth Cleburne Whit- ney Hartlett Taylor and Cottla Other important places known to be within the area but not entirely central are Alvarado Hlllsboro Waco Helton Austin Kyle San Marcoq Isew Uraun...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

TT for foremost troop Five oclock bix Seven And at last the Platte valley is in sight Ten and we ore unsaddled in the shade of the cotton- woods Eleven and the scouts are back with stirring news By the eternal boys weve headed cm Noon and again in the saddle The blue Inched look is gone from every lace banished E y tidings that stir tho blood Over to the southwest not six miles awar big herds of In- dian ponies have been espied grazing quietly along the northward slopes Hidden from the view of pursuers from the south faithfully guarded by the vigilant scouts left back along the trail dreading no attack from any other quarters Tall Bull has pitched his tepees at the springs and there is wild revelry among his women and children over the reunion with their braves There must be over eighty lodges say the Pawnee scouts and no one guards them from our side While men sever played this game before Look along the column now as it steals away nnder the shelter of the bluffs and ridges Gaunt ...

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