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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

BOOK MARK O art of the household Men may prate Of their wayi intense and Italianate They may soar on their wines of sense and float To the an dela and the dim remote Tilt the last sun sink in the last lit West TIs the art at the door that will please the best To the end of time twill be still the same For the earth first laughed when the children came The agitation vhat Is going on in some of the states as to the advisability of allowing married women to teach in the public schools seems most singular It also puts an argument in the mouth of those who are so persistent in their assertions that woman is defrauded of her legitimate rights 80 far as is known to the writer tber availability of a male educator is not affected by his domestic relations nor is the eligibility of a candidate for any elective office disqualified because of his having a wife And yet men are saying that a woman having attained maturity having gar- nered much knowledge by actual con- tact with children and havi...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 September 1890

N a X 12 A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT LADY GILMORES TEMPTATION BY DORA nUSSELt Author of Footprint In the Snow The Broken SenI The Track ot the btonn A Strance Mes- sage cf c JAix Rights Reseeved CnaPTKR JCLVI GREATER THAN I CAJf BEAR And these weird and terrible words awoke for tbe first time a auBpiolon in the mothers mind that a dark and haunting shadow had fallen on her daughters heart That Nancys mar- ried life bad boeu an unhappy one and that her husband had forsaken her Mrs Loltus already knew But as she list- ened to Nanoys feeble murmurlngs she began to understand that some tragio undercurrent must also be oppressing hoi mind and her extroardinary agitation a the news of her brotherinlaws death naturally turned Mrs Loftus thoughts in that direction But she said nothing and asked no questions b ut nursed poor Nancy with tbe greatest tenderness and care And Xanoy was ill many days after this ill when the coroners inquest was held on the body of the unfortunate young man who had been l...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

o 1 1 a ONLY THE GAZETTE has discontinued the distribution plan of awarding books spoons knives forks etc and has adopted a plan by which each subscriber can get all these premiums at mere cost THE WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages will be sent one year with a copy of the Household Cook Book cloth- bound 315 pages to every one sending us 150 net For 275 net a set of the line silver tea spoons Avill be sent with 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 ear For GOO net a set of the fine knives and forks will be sent uith the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 4G0 net a copy of the original Websters Unabridged will be sent express charges prepaid to the express office marest 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 So Encyclopedia will be s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

Wit WsMo Bmtk rv ni HE3IOCJSAT TTTBIITIIXG C031PAXT Publtijiera and Proprietors Farmer Husk spolto nt tho Ohio state fair Inst Thursday Seed towing and fence mending often come In the fall to men whose knees have pregnant hinges although tho chronlo oQlceseeker makes all time and place to servo him The Memphis lumber exchange has sent a eottneo made of ten different kinds of lumber sawed In that city over the Illinois Central as a lumber exhibit That company deserves to livo In a live town Fort Worth for instanoe Tun latest call upon public charity is for tho widow of fien Freemont Im- providence and publio life seem to bo inseparable and the lnttnr makes bad men if Paul Is authority He says that one who fails to provide for hU family is worse than an iilidcl Thosk persons who nro saying that Democratio members who absent them- selves while tho vote is being taken Is q familiar repetition of secession might explulu what kind of repetition it Is when some Republican members leave tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION U OVEE A MILLION DISTB1B DIED Louisiana Slate Lottery Coipmy Incorporated by the Legislature for Education- al mid Charitable purpose its franchise made a jisrt of the prescnl fctato Constitution In 1S79 bj an orrrwliHmne popular rote ItsGKAXD EXTnAOKDlNAISi DRAWINGS take place beniiAnnnally lune and December and its GBAXD SIOLF XUMUKK DEAWINGS taVe place in each of the other ten months of tho t < ar and arc all drawn in public at the Academy of Music New Orlrans La ATTESTED AS FOLLOWS We do hereby certify that we supervise the arranccments for all the Monthly and SemiAn- nual Drawings of the Louisiana Slate Lottery c ompany and in person manage and control the Urawincs themselves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and in good la h toward all parties and we authorize the Company to use ihis certificate with facsimiles I our signatures attached In its advertise- ments J f f CommlKsloneiai Sc the undersigned banks and bankers will jav all...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

sii mm ffiiu b IU11LISUED EVERY XUXmSDAX IT TUB JirilOCJtAT PVBZISZTIXO COMPACT Publishers and Proprietors RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Tcsfnce Prepaid by tho Publishers DAILY WEEKLY One year fl 001 One year Jl fell months 5 59 Six months < > Three months S W Three months < 0 bCKDAV Gazette 1 year S2 00 G months Jl CO 8 months 50 cents N INVAWAELY IX ADVANCE DAILY Delivered in the city by carriers at 1 jer month or i5 cents per week Sifcubscribere wishing their address changed from one postofflce to another must give the old address as well ax the new or the change cannot be made ALL POSTMASTERS in the Slate are author- ized to take Subscriptions to THE QAZETTS 1 lEknAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED Write far terms and sample copies KUMITTANCES by dralt check TiostoQce money crcier or registered letter can be sint at cur rhk All other character of remittances at senders risk Silver can be rent In registered letter All check money orders etc mast be made rajablcioTHE GAZE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

oo i A GITY DRUNK 0 one who Is vftUln to adopt the righS course need te Ions anieted v 1th boils car fancies pimples or other cutaneous erup- tions These are the results of Natures ef- forts to expel poisonous and effete matter from the blood and show plainly that the ijstem Is ridding ltseU through the skin of impurities uhlch It was the legitimate work of the liver aud kidneys to remove To re ttore these organs to tlieir proper functions AVers Sarsapanlla is the medicine required Tuat no other bloodpurifler can compare with It thousands testify who have gained Freedom rrom the tyranny of depraved blood by tho use of tills medicine For nine years I was afflicted with a skin disease that did not jleld to any remedy until a friend advised me to try Oyers Sarsa- parilla With the use of this medicine the complaint disappeared It is my belief that no other blood medicine could hae effected to rapid and complete a cure Andres Jj Garcia C Victoria Tamaullpas Mexico My face for yeirs was c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

8 3s > 4 TEXAS CROPS AXD WEATHER The recent heavy rains in Stonewall county has put the ground In line condi- tion for sowing wheat and oats Grass has been started ugaln and a fine winter range will be made A S10000 school building and a S3000 church nre now on the programme for Rayner in the near future Itocktvall county wants 200 cotton pickers Report speaks of fair crops and pros- perous times at Wharton Tho splendid rains which have fallen all over liee county insures a splendid top oropot cotton Ranchmen will nlso haro excellent grass tor winter postur agn Cotton of Hunt county will average n bale to three acres Corn is very light There is enough grain in Coryell coun- ty for home consumption nnd cotton will yield about tho samo as last yeur in the aggregate on account of the increased acreage Large fields of turnips are being sown in Bell county since the rains Tho young cotton bolls were benefitted by them but cotton is not so good as last year TiirKLi Sopt 17 The hay busi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

PHYSiGIAWS Surgeons and Specialists 825 MAIN STREET pallas m m TQ3 = cas Tbe most widely and favorably known special y Ms in the United State Their lonr experi- ence remarkable skill and universal success in the treatment and cure of Nervous Chronic and Surgical Diseases entitle the e eminent physi- cians to the full confidence of the dieted every wl Lre They guarantee A C trTArs and rosiTtvc CrniB lor the awful Certs of early vice and the numerous evils that iollow in its train IniVATi Blood and Skiv Diseases speedily c > mi ktely and permanently cured ISlBAOCS DEBILITY AVD EBXCAL DlSOEDEIIS > if Id readilv to their skillful treatment Piles Tistcla and Ructal Ulceks guaran- tied cured without pain or detention from busi ne s II urocele and Varicocele permanently and Furcc 6lully cured m every case MmiLis OovonnUEA Gleet SrEimATOn seia beminal Weakness Lost Manhood Night Amissions Decayed Faculties Female Weak ross and all delicate disorders peculiar to cither sex positively c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 iSSg and they implicate Kiernan and Cordial These statements of Cain and Buett ap ijoii in the Sun in full For Inebriety Uso norsfords Acid Phosphatfc Dr JohnJ Caldwell Baltimore Md says It has proten by experiment and experience to be highly beneficial tn inebriety and mental troubles COMING our Something of the True Inwardness of the Xato lllg Ilallroad Deal A special telegram from Chicago to tho St Louis Republio says Little by little the dotails of ono of the most gigantio railroad deals in history are coming to light It seems Impossible to get all the particulars ns they are fully known only to a few railroad presidents nnd such banking firms ns Kidder Pea- body Co Drexel Morgan Co and Baring Bros The known facts are that the Southern PaciQo Missouri Pacltlo and Atchison systems havo como to such a close understanding that they are to nil intents and purpores under one man- agement Tbo alliance is not only de- fensive but...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

i EDITED BY MBS JT JR WALTOX Pcbubheus Notice All communications intended for this department should be addressed to Mrs M K Walton Fori Wqrth Tex Tis no enough your counsel still bo true Blunt truths more mischief than nice false- hoods do Men must be taught as if you taught them not And things unknown proposed as things for- got Without good breeding truth is disapproved That only males superior sense beloved Pope IWomans Power Women are no supposed to take an active port In the outUninc ot govern- mental polio Some ot the voting wise go so far as to assert that the study of political economy Is too involved for a womans comprehension and were she permitted to take a place in the political arena she would blindly grope and only blunder into the rleht If by this is meant that woman cannot understand tno tricks of politics and circumvent wily politicians if to her demagOKuery is the synonym of debasement and expedi- ency the slogan of the truculent then nre these solons most complim...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

10 EDITED BY FRAXCES HODGSOX BURXETT TOM DICK AND HAKKT A Story of Youthful Adventure During War by James T McKay the ARRY TREMONT and Tom Collins started to- ward school that Mon- day morning from their homes in Southslope but neither ot them went to school And whats more neither of them came home that night Now they were not truants as a rule but pretty Rood scholars and generally in their places on time though high spirited fellows and not averse to a bit of harm- less mischief Both started out with their dinner palls but neither carried any books and that was the last Siren of them on that day About nightfall squire Tremont drove up to the gate of the house of Mr David Bruce a lit- tle way out of the town and called to one of the bovs whom be knew to be a comrade of his and Tom Collins and when tho boy came slowly to bis slue he asked Well Sawny what hare you been doing with ti arry and Tom Harry hasnt come homo and Tom eeems to have disappearea too The boys name wa Alexander co...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

I three or four inches below the graft so they may throw out roots above the graft and thus freo themselves from any incumbrance from foreicn stock The soil should bo well proparea by deep breaking and harrowing and the trees should be well cultivated for three or four years and then kept in grass say mosquito grass One third of the new wood may be cut off for two or three years After that it is best to let tne Chinese varieties run up especially the LeConte Mr Kirkpatriok does not say this last but in our own experience with the Cuinese varioties wo lmvo found it best The LeConte will never get fully to fruiting until it has ran up and taken upon itself somewhat the habit of the Lombardy poplar A good pear tree says Mr Kirkpnt rick if properly cared for will pay interest on ten to twenty dollars and Fomo trees less than ten years old nro now paying 10 per cent on ilfty dollars mid almost without work after the fourth year During the first few years cotton or vegetables can be raise...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 25 September 1890

12 A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT JQADYGlLMOltES TEHPTATION BY DORA MJSSELT Author ol Footprints in the Snow Xlic liroken Scnl Tiio Track of the btorro A Strange Hes Base ic Ac Ail Eights Reserved CHAPTER XLYIII A nELL ON EAETH Two whole years passed away after Nancy stood with Godfrey Erne in the niched window at Gate wood Manor house on that September evening when he had spoken to her of a love which bad not grown cold and he had never again alluded to it Two whoie years with their changes and chances and yet seemingly ronehad come to Nancy Hill she spent a great deal of her timo with Miss Clifford though she kept on her own house in town to which she had persuaded her mother and family to re- move Thus when she went she found her mother to welcome her but Nancy was happiest at Gateford She said it suited the child best and the hand- some little fellow liked it best and all the sum- mer months were generally spent in this quaint and quiet spot where only Nancy and her son were young But the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 2 October 1890

u V DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO ONLY TEE GAZETTE lias 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 onr yt ar with a copy of the Household Cook Book cloth boiiiii 61 pages to every one sending us 150 net vor 275 net a et of the fine silver tea spoons will be sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year Tor 375 net a set of the fine premium knives or forks will be heiit with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one 3 tar For GOO net a set of the fine knives and forks will be sent wjth the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 400 net a copv of the original Websters Unabridged will be bent express charges prepaid to the expre < gfe nearest the Mib scriber with the WEEKL iH BTTE 12 pages foi one year For 250 net a copy QLjffiffifrespeares works will be sent with the WBJgg6S8KZETTE 12 pages for one year For 225 net a copy of th...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 2 October 1890

ci BEITS l BETTS FHYSIG3ANS Surgeons and Specialists S25 MAIN STREET I > nlla m Texas f rrcsponn OA v Always Hmeastii United s tractlre llleJeV n > HVttam taeonly never ytff The rrtrnl widely nnft AjftrablylcnSScvn special y lets in the 1 iiud Marjfc TlieirjHinKexperi ence rcma kable sklll > anr tJtg4te success In tie tre > tmmf and dm cTf > rvous C hronic an J w j > istas s elititle tlw cmi ent physi t un to i c lnrfpiS > d nee oTJCfte fflictedctery w I re ejjey pu w uee t < hta n ANDifrarivF Ouj tor the awful clt f or cir y v5 kllic nutjyrous evils that io n traipV V4fS4 jV Imti UtooUhWKJivStjiseases speedily r < u ii ti v a il rTinaw Ay cured T nc s riEuitaxv4re < BXUAt DisortDKOS 3ifitnau t to tr fr > illlfi treittment P Lia I istila Aa ItKOTtf Ulceus guaran- teed cured without rjp or elention from busi V TTysJSsVs r AND AnirTct sJTSpemanently and X tue cebiiirjAjnjjriu every case Stiltons iJw sai a iina SppnsiATon J3UI1A nmJVet > E8s lost Man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 2 October 1890

if TEXAS CROPS AND WEATHER Parker county cotton Is turning out much better thau was expected Farmers in Pleasant volley Ellis couuty and that corn is yielding much more than wus anticipated The latest estimates of Navarros cot- ton crop put It at a very fair yield con- trary to expectations The averuge will do better than last year Some of the bottoms will yield a bale to ttioacre Corsicana expects to get t 000 bales un increase of 10000 over last year The wheat crop Is being planted in the counties of Vest Texas The old farm- ers sav that the yield will be greater next jear than in many jcnrs previous they place their predictions on the past dry summer The corn crop of Panola county Is bet- ter than tliat of Inst year arI cotton Is turning out well Tho wheat crop of Crosby county was notlnrpein quality but the yield per ncre was pood And the corn crop Is a success although the area was small the yield uvurapinp at least twenty bushels per acre Late cotton Is now creou and prowing n...

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

Ste mnlv mntiti iiisLibuzi irrrx waitbDAr ST TUB vruocjiJT rvnzisiiiyo coxrAXt Tulllliev and Proprietor RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Tcilore repaid by the PutilisHers DAILY WEEKLY OtiPTear Jlfi not One year 125 h x months P W J hix months 5 Three months 2 09 Three months 40 fclNDAY Gazctth 1 jearfi 00 fi nioatha Jl U > 3 months So cents JNVABIADLY IN ADVANCE PATIT Delivered in the city by carriers at Jl j n < nth or IS cents per week Ce Subscuhere wishing their address changed f oni one postofflce to another moat give the old coircss as uell as the new or the change cannot le made flL POSTMASTERS in the State are author- ized o take StirscTipttons to THE GAZETTE 1 hirAL COMSllSlOXSALLOWED Write Icr tctms and samplecopies liLMirJANrns hy draft < jeck rostoffico Ircinv order or registered letter can be s nt at enr riik All other character ol remittances at tenders risk Fuvcr can be tent in registered letter All check money orders etc must be mace rsyableioTHU GAZ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 2 October 1890

f The Use Of Harsh drastic purgatives to relieve costlvo ness Is a dangerous practice and more llablo to fasten th9 disease en the patient than to cure It What Is needed Is a medicine that Id eilactually opening the bowels corrects the costlva uablt and establishes a natural daily action Buch an aperient is found ia Ayers PiHs which vltlle thorough In action strengthen as well us stimulate the battels anJ excretory org19 Forclgv ye rs I was sfpfctcd with con stlpttioa wfech rt last became so had that the octors cotfij do no mtfe for me Ticn I began to u eVAyers lip and soon tho bowels became rfljular if natural In their movements I anHis > excellent health Win II Dclaucetli rs jt Oat When I feel thesfd of a cathartic I take Ayers puis ajSti nttihem to ba more than any otlierSfl I ever tooiqk Mrs B C Grubb BunujWilIe Va < For carsgFIue been sublet to consti pation and nftnous lieadach scafiacd by de rangement Atnc Iitli After takinvaricm remedies litic berome com InctU that Aye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 2 October 1890

iftlggB S t3 StrSs few lap fl Sun Cha Eru Sor Sore Fee squito inflara ations Hemorrhages AVOID IMITATIONS P P P will purify and vitalize your blood crtAte a good epptiteimd give j our whole system tone and strength A prominent rallrnal superintendent at Evaunuh Fuffenug with Malaria Dysnep n < and Jih uTCiitisnxsJTys After taking T > P b ifeverieltebwSllinhnlifo and feel an If hsuiuld livefirever if ho could Ta > getl Pg It yuii arc ttra 1 nt from overvork and cio4 conliuauianLJiako T P P 1 A Fa t jil llr arojfrelicij badly fif ta aoout of nts tifce fef z V your djgtlve ofexna need toning up P If von suffer with headache indigestion deililj and wcakuuta lako PP If tou onffer with nervous prostration j nerved unstrung and a general let down irl of tho system take xj p P Fo TCood Poison Rhfumatism Scrof ttl ilia Old Sores MalarU Chronic Ktwilo J5 Coinphmitc take l P P P A Prickly Ash Poke Root and Potassium The best blood punfler in tho world LIPPMAN BROS Wb lesalo Druggist P...

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