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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 12 June 1890

A BITTER BffiTHRIGHT OK LADY GILMOHES TEMPTATION 5T DOHA UTTSSEIiIj AUTiion op ijOOTTRIXTS IN THE SNOW THE BROKEN SEAL THE TRACK OF THE STORM Etc ilX mGHTS RESERVED fPtrTCn XVII A contession TteT lifted up tho poor lady and car ried her to her bed with altered features Luted frm and sllont tonsue They funimoned doctors and sent for her ripst o whom she was wont to confess Lr always however fr > s and sorrows veerg bnelc one 6ecret But novr this e re haunted her sict bed and grew darker and blacker in her sight aiv iilmoro was dangerously ill for SDv davs after this yet when they iPfre ner ot sending for her son do > e oiBde a mute sign of disnenf Ttie stiry of his marriage was now inowu 8Dli people said Gllmore had broken his mothers heart and old were revived old scandals whis torn Lady Rlenkensop when sho heard that ijdv timore had been stricken with mrai s after reading her sons letter innmi S nis marriago drove over to Wroiiisy partly in the hope that sho vnuin be ablo to ...

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. — 12 June 1890

10 CIUPTEIl I THE 6IIAD0W OF DOOM THE PRIZE SERIAL OOR fellow Hes done his last days I work said the doc tor Burst n blood ves sel Dying I thought so said the foreman under breath Worse than that Paralysis My God And ho may live on like that He may live for months Probably an other stroke will soon follow That will bo tho end The rays of the morning sun fell through the tall windows of a San Fran cisco furniture factory and filtered through the dust laden air until they reached corner where tho speakors were standing At their feet lay stretohed a man of unusual Stature and almost horeulean frame He was laying on a i > Ile of shav ings over whioh some sacking had beon thrown Body limbs muscles even the features ot his face might have boon fixed In an invisible frame of iron so rigid and motionless were they Only the brown eyes largo and gentle looked forth with n piteous expression telling that a human soul was still prisoned in tho helpless body Has the man any means anyone to ca...

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. — 12 June 1890

he ruster battlo Of this howover he X would not talk anil I dont blame him Jor u soon transpired that ho rnu away witli the squaws Hut wo had some fun out of him His nephew Spotted Horn nuD was ono of tbo party We eate d him in a cortain office at the telephone with au interpreter to ow him how to work it and then narchod tbo old man several blooks awav to the FloneorPress building and then a K < d lura if he would not lika to taih vib Snot lie smiled con temptuously when the telephone was n vt i it to liim but as the agent as urni hia it was no joko ho was per art J t ask some question in the Sioux inpuaco He did so with a shrug of bB i > ieted shoulders and an inered cr a on his face The next Instant hf ji t i us thouch shocked the ear jniirnv i dropped from his nerveless 0 i n 1 ho almost tell out of his chair i < t > was his one explanation > h H piit be translated the devil ttpl Horn Hull had answered him in s < x nearly scared the life out of i would not touc...

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. — 12 June 1890

On 12 vaf WSjpp > FARM AND FIELD Starting he SujrarBeet Industry A Matter Worthy the Stud of lexans Creameries Etroncly Recommended The Le Contc Pear A Cow for the Farmer Hoz Talk Good Word for Texas Horses How to Start the Deet Sugar Industry Forthe Gazette Since was printed in tliese columns our Brticle BUBcesting tliot the susar beot might bo made a very important crop for Texas and also offering some informa tion concerning the great sugarbeet plant now being built at Grand Island Neb we have received from Mr C N A hiort of Omaha a letter detailing a few of the particulars relative to how the new enterprise was worked up by the people of that region The letter is specially interesting us showing what a people may accomplish for a locality by wisely pulling together in a determined effort Mr Ashfort says small tests were first made about Grand Island with sugar beet seed sent out by the United States department of agriculture Finding these to show up reasonably well seed were ...

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. — 19 June 1890

pEMOCllAT PUBLISHING CO BOOKS CLOCKS CHINA AND SILVERWARE To Weekly Gazette Subscribers BEGINNING DEC 11889 WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 PAGES ONE YEAR 125 We will distribute the following premiums to subscribers to the Weekly Gazette the test 12page newspaper pub lished in the South To every fifth subscriber a handsome standard clothbound book To every twentyfifth subscriber a set of silverplated tea fcpoons To every onehundredth subscriber a set of silverplated knives or forks 4 To every tlVOhlindveclth subscriber a set of silverplated knives and forks To every fourhundredth subscriber a large handsome 8day strike clock solid black walnut handcarved case 24 inches high To every onethoilSCCndth subscriber a genuine china tea eet consisting of 56 beautifully decorated pieces To every twotllOUSCLIldtll 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 hauden graved ...

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. — 19 June 1890

Ko one who Is willing to adopt tlio right course need bo long afflicted with bolls car buncles pimples or other cutaneous erup tions Theso are the results of Natures ef forts to expel poisonous and effete matter from the blood and show plainly thatthe sjstLra Is ridding itself tlirough the skin of Impurities nIilcli It was the legitimate work ol the luer and kidneys to remote To re store these organs to their proper unctions AVers Sarsapaillla is the medicine required That no other bloodpurifier can compare with it tbwsands testily who hate gained Pfc from the ryrani use of this raedlcl For nine j ears disease that did until a friend advised parllla With complaint disappe no other blood so rapid and 1 Garcia C V sit blood by the stieteiwith a skin to any remedy ryAjersSarsa 3 medicine the my belief that have effected ure Andres TamaU pas Mexico My face for yeJ3 was covered with plm rlcs and humors fSlk which I cJWd find no remedy till I began to take Ayerft Sarsapa rilla Tliree bott...

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. — 19 June 1890

iprford is working for a creamery and tiiution says There is a market for 0 l nnd of butter that such an establish tTWTK id manufacture and transportation is ne J > exoeditions Every day consumers ticap J1 0 Ji are buying bntter from Kansas terein < Mscuj le th0 sands of gallons of milk Sbeiag wasted orospect of a cottonseed oil mill 111inrrted at Cleburne where it is much a nd can now be placed on advantageous eft0 vr citizens ro moving in regard to tcrnis tie project nittee of four has been appointed by A 55o Vuy council to confer with tberep tie TiTb of a svndicate wbich proposes to KiCS ration factory at that place An agree bai V robably be entered into and the ne Denison cotton mill goes mer linrtai ioo ihs time next year that city will ligation one of the greatest cotton iootWit < ants the Novelty works and the fie more good strong push and i June il Mr Thayer represent h i arolina cotton seed oil mauufae mpan met a large number ot our rep nTt vi business men and farm...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 19 June 1890

rvnjjisnJED JcrinT tjivjisvat BT IBB XtEStOCJtAT rVJllIi > UI > C03IPAXT rublitJim and Proprietors RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS tfoitaee Prepaid by the Publtehert1 DAILY Jneyear Fix month Three months WEEXLY jl 00I Oneyear Jl J tCO fix months > tOOThreo months in fccvDAY Gaxkttb lyear SI CO Cmontas U 00 r months CO cents ntTAEIABlT IH ADVAJTCB DAILYDelivered In the city by carrier atU ncnth or K cents per week i rci 1 otscrlberi wishing their address ch n d M nother must Rire the olo iostofflceto from one ifld s 1well as tho now orthe Chang canaoS tc BlSflC ALL FOS7TTASTFM8 < n the LIBERAL COMIIBSIOXSALLOWL1X Write iiitermtani tample copies REMITTANCES by draft checle poslofnea rrency order or registered letter can be sent at eurTitk All other character ot remittances ot senders risk f lltercsn bo sent In rcgisteredletter AH checks money orQers etc must bo raaue USsUttoTHEOAZETTE WATCHES AWARDED Gold and ElKer Watches to Agents Sanding Fnbscrlbpri As per off...

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. — 19 June 1890

joss of welcome Discourse of Kev Dr Talmage in the City of Brooklyn De Takes for His Text the Prodial Son a Subject Upon Which Ho Has WonUreatHenown wu Rrat Ww oa nlralh6r irkf b ne aw nim una nad rompassIonBan Fell on Hl Keek < Kissed Illm cni to the Gazelle fiW N y June 13 Dr Tal ej sermon for todav was on tho tflftBl nn < 1 lS lextLuke XT 20 When l > e was yet a great way off his ftber saw blm and had compassion and and eH on h s neok 8ncl klsaei1 is the sermon FollowluK yne of tho deepest wells that Inspiration opened Is this well of a para tion ever can nover exhaust The Uewbiinwe caroble I suppose was founded on facts X bove described to you the goinfr of this prodigal ion from his Ucuse and I have showed you father s hat a hard time he had down In the idern M and what a vury creat mis Was for him to leave so beautiful home for such a miserable desert nut be did not always stay in the wll i > meis became hack after awhile d0 not read that his mother came erect him ...

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. — 19 June 1890

The Unsliin Oranffu Again Further Showing Indicative of its Adapta bility to Texas EeedllngjyachesSnSerlngjot a SIcfcHone Eggs on the Farm On Dairy Farm ing ana County Fairs The Unshin Orange Again For the Gaiette Time was when the bay and gulf shore country in the neighborhood of Mobile Ala figured auite extensively o an orange region There were many fine groves and the oranges produced ranted high aa to quality but the great freeze of a few years back destroyed all the orange trees and put an abrupt end to the industry Since then very little in terest has been taken in the oranee there the peoDle being afraid to risk the expense that would be involved in a re newal of their groves Just now however stimulated by the belief that a new variety harder than the old kinds has been discovered anew in terest seems to be rousing and many people in the Mobile country are talking a good deal about once more trying their luck at orange culture Under date of May 2Ctli Mr J Howland a prominent ...

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. — 19 June 1890

T PWWWSW W1 fll re i lpep i and Indigestion tat aft oheall7 activity those or ns of th vEe Safc bwlisease or ever exertion fcava Sffiafco A slngls tattle will do i k StrateltJeBeMy Price 100 rStSaltbyallirnsglJtJ per V pr Seacocks New Book on Xtmgt Jird Stomach milled free Address tl ISchenciaon Philadelphia to Then gto any Surprising boot idler andgsxaraino Sclocted De gigcs ra ShoppelTs Modern tthe only architectural i > lc tti booksellers generally > 4 the only really desir bio book pubUsbcd If it happens it sour bookseller cannot show a ppy send yonr address to B W jtFno ell Architect C3 Bway J < Of and he vrfll promptly dlroct you to the nearest book seller who can Private medical Aid mm VuHuAtii by zaalUoraiUia offlce free of charge ± aRtliable Skillful Treatment Guaranteed Board end apartmsnts tarnished to tbOle woe tain jxrunil art Send PO stamp tor tircu uiu Address letters pgai 0Oc IIS 97th Strut St lools Ha jsSnind a raluibit iilrm III lilim U of A for home cure ...

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. — 19 June 1890

coi tr LBsoIutelv Pure r never varies A narvelof purity 16 wholeromeness More economical 1 in tl c oraiusrv kinds and cannot be 60ld in irrctitlon with the multitude of lowtest citueichtalum or phosphate powders Sold incani IloyAiBAKDoPoWDEBCo he office taxfiisies axxo vycEsiJsyTsr J reby nnouncjjinjgiJ as sheriff cGirrai i jtcUctr tnc For County Eurrryo h berjsby a potfflvo mysjlf a 7t ConntysSoVveyi b ihe ad vention Je tJo iSc actrfewjJjSa I hereby anno j QiT JTas a ieti < 2on tjjjfieofilcej county mbject to the action of thoDe conveatKft I hisb nnonirice m Hashing Ufididatefor ConntysSoVveyi7t TjSSnt rojrnty Jjfejeot gn t t lirtr coD nejiftal J IRSON DAVI8 The memorial volume ur Dr J Win Jones D DjSgfctb the JrovaljpfMrs Davis is now readT gents Tire coinftag money handling this bfiot It is authentic charmingly written profusely and exwSaflveiy illustrated and beautifully bound Jo ry way wor yf the grq uWcct Mrs r > 3 7ftTecei 5jfrpart o hiWroesBus cTtho sale of Atirerv cop...

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. — 19 June 1890

eitu a wbll m his case marialle the late l n < t ll lav hit ks own i tlerefore soon grew tired of wait nig I I n Hi tiurr u br fi tll < Ur Mrs asked 4ni JHi A 4U A BITTER BIRTHRIGHT OR LADY GILMOllES TEMPTATION AUTHOR OH iFOOTPRIXTS INTHE8NOW THE BROKEN SEAL THE TRACK OF THE STORJI Etc AIX RIGHTS KESEIIVKD LIDT gilmoises letter Bnratit nf meanwhile young Gerard waB very Impiticnt at his supposed > lengthened Interview with the pel it was his ordinary dinner hour thins and ho was blessed with a 1ar ne br appetite and for another seen njrlv l > y the strange laws of here d he oiike lacked faith and revereuoe l u bu fathers very son how 0ftM hm Mrs Brewster thought as she 1 t his careless words and looked rmudsomo face He bad too a n us pleasureloving disposition and a amount of personal vanity was somewhat re lord Gilmore also little proud of bis rather Hayward to take bis de una felt no scruple about going th dmingroom in the hope of him away But no soonerdid rttie room t...

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. — 19 June 1890

i THE ABMDONED CLAIM BY FLORA IIAI3 ri3S XOTJGII13AX > AUTHOR OF WAS ni5 GUILTY Ktc Copyrighted 1S90 by the Author rnAPTFR III ronoluaed the iirtn or A FAMIV ND SO you want to tako up land eh Turn ranchor What for The resistor lind come forward bis lino face lighted with interest To make a home and earn a livlnc for my brother and sister and myself re plied Ned promptly Not afraid of hard work Dont tntnd leaving the city No sir I have two boys at home and 1 wish they had half your pluck said tho gen tleman Now as to this application of yurs Its irregular I must own but I fan tseo why It shouldnt hold If ntman < l6 erta his family his widow or minor < hild in f aso of her death may declare tuen nlvei heads of the family and en ter land accordingly Whon an honot man is stricken down by disease I cant see uliv members of In family shouldnt havo the snmo privileges It may arouse some discussion in Washington but if you can afford to tako tho risk I think we can and will Go up a...

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. — 19 June 1890

n tomfc you Combination Ja conTlnci King i JPasU ansKures iP Kreajjji kindne wousand trialbotll t raUr sizes 50c nnd loo vr r m mii i s ifK mnc Ti tin nnmo partirular to ittielf intttnco tbo yollow pusmaking for cous described above Is known to his c Intimate acquaintances as the re ° hTiococcus pyrogenes aureus but bo just tbo same whether tho t there in whom be is producing a large fml knows his namo or not in one of m class tubes growing on a Iinr kind of jelly are half o dozen Ctv cray spots about the size of a largo head This tube was planted over D s ronntis acofor this organism grows wlv It is n bacillus and when it rinds a olm nt in the body it produces i ease colled tuberculosis which orrurrm in the lungs as it most hpn 1L ueotlv does is probablybotter known L t ou under the name of consump < > nl cnuses over 90000 deaths in i nu I u ted States every year or more ft Mv other single form of disease It so B CIV ajrv uninteresting looking object garden but der the wD1 t ...

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. — 19 June 1890

12 LADIES COLUMN Hand in Hand with the Col umns Friends in Halls and Homes Womanly Wishes for Heart Prizes Tasteful Attirintr Pazzliiig Bod ices English Skirts Bare June Breakfast to Tempt Appetite and Eatlsfy Caprices Recipes New and Simple Notes ol Modes That smart woman who said she didnt lee any sense in drees reform and would rather be mistress of a good mans heart than mayor of a municipality echoed the sentiment of the majority of women The ever present problem is first catch ing the hare before you cook It that is finding a Rood mans heart waiting an owner then follows a careful selection of the ways of approach in order to perma nently capture it The immediate rejection of dress re form shows this woman to be learned In lore tactics No man would crave to lay his aching head upon a threeply shield shaped triple starched shirt bosom nor would he see feminine grace in divided skirts or zoneless waists Much us doc tors may lecture und health cranks preach it is an easier task t...

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. — 26 June 1890

vsw r iSW SW j ptl F W < i wftpw r 1 DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO FORT WORTH TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 26 1890 TWELYE PAGES YOL XII NO 29 CONVENTION DAY vention indorsed Hogg for governor by mittee If correctly reported you assert REED OBJECTS antine station yesterday morning Her unanimous and elected Bailey delegates that letter vote your to the Corslcnna Ob cargo of bananas wa removed to barges egates to tho congressional convention server in answer to naked questions an and the vessel wns fumigated aud sent to All solid for Hogg and Bailey expression from you concerning a proper the lower quarantine station Tho HARDEMAN COUNTY standard of party fealty for those desiring health authorities report that the steward Precinct and County Conventions Special to the Gazette to participate In Democratio primaries The Chances of the Galveston of tho Adria died while en route to tho Tex Juno 21 The was road discussed ana considered by Passes and was burled at ea and one of Quanaii convention Held Ye...

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. — 26 June 1890

ta THE WEEKLY GAZETTE FORT WORTH TEXAS THURSDAy JUNE 2ft rushed east and completely demolished What ss Scrofula and eluoldate It to tbe satisfaction of GAZETTES PREMIUMS Just out of town and Russell was mur TERRIFIC CYCLONE the farmhouse of T J Schmidt four of dered in cold blood They were driving his children being injured severely also It is that impurity in the Wood which acnes those who are told by the apostles tbat in a buggy when suddenly two mon his hired man Val Reisers farm Uting In the glandi ot the neck proiacci ta The Use Of there is no difference between an individual sprang up from the roadside One of Only Wreck and Eriin Remain of Two came next and was also wrecked Adam Bightly lumps or swellings ithlclwpSjej turfy and It the arms legaer them crabbed the horse brought lost hay runnini sores on feet Tcticfa costlve ual and a railroad corporation TheTwentyKintli Yeeks List of Fre tho other approached Weber and Dan Miller developes ulcers in the eyeset i or nose Harsh dr...

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. — 26 June 1890

< ghrrlfJW = W = w j vy J THE T7EEELT GAZETTE FORT WOTITH TEXAS THURSDAY JUXE 26 oJ of the city council it was suggested and ap Mr W J M Smith and Miss Mary L Little proved that the city park affairs be placed in the Comanche June IS F0KT WORTH CENSUS hands of a committee of three wno could devote Mr A V Winter and Miss Mary Nunnclley enough time to propcrlv taking care of and Honey Grove June 13 I ERRORS OF YOUTH I making it a place fit for public gatherings Mr Abo Cox and Miss Triplett near Cen Messrs J M Bass W E Wallace and W ter Juno 15 The A ewQ SUFFERERS FROM Goodrich Jones were given tho matter and it is Mr Sam Smith and Miss Gertrude Pope near Kolls Were Closed Last Nisht to be hoped that it soon shall receive the im Comanche June 17 ri 4wt ° Xervoos Debility provements Amovement Is also on foot to or < A B Thomas and Miss May Bennett The Figures 1 aT t oulhfnl IiiiiUcrqJ TEXAS CHOPS AND TTEATILEE Houston maximum ganije a progressive committee which will set Grifiln J...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 26 June 1890

as outside of It The railroad tracks are mands a supervision ot the pilots quali ABOUT FORT WORTH Messer the contraet was signed for tho tion 30000 Worth C1 all in their plaoes in New York stato fications Every argument against the construction ot the IlydeJennlngs three F L Jordan to J A Brooks George T Fielding to W H story fifty foot front office building lots 7 and 8 block 1 Morrison lot 10 block 10 which has commission and the tracks amendment made antloommls n by the the contraot price being 522250 Moodies subdivision of lots Brooklyn Heights lean TiwrsntT will keep their places In Texns slonlsts is well calculated to excite the What the Pluckiest City In Texas Is Dplag end with S Tomllnsou the successful 22 and 23 Walsh survey 1500 00 Union Land company tojoscph rviuisnvD jsvekt indignation of the people they are told Trying to Co Notes ol bidder Work began yesterday Tarrant county to John A and nud Kmilo Richards lots 9 rv toe The for tho ereulnc and will ba with all E T Ber...

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