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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 2 October 1890

jjHlll THE HOLY LAND Discourse by Dr Talmajre in the City of Brooklyn Yesterday First of Ilia Series of Sunday Moraine Sermons on His Kecent lrip to the Holy Land iiy Frst Day in Palestine the Fuuject Half Was Xot Told Me the Text Beautiful and Intercstinj Ike Special to the Gazette Brooklyn N Y Sept 23 In the Brooklyn academy of muslo today Dr Talmugebenan a series of sermons on bis recent journey to the Holy land The Day priate passages of scripture were read the congregation sang with exeat spirit Wcpralethcc OGod for Ihe Son of thy love For Jesus lho died and is now gone above The text was 1 Kings 10 7 half was not toll me Tins is the first sermon inn course of balibuth mornig sermons onMy Re- cent Journey Through the Holy Land and N ghlKnng Countries What I buw and wlnt 1 Learned Out of the CI000000 of our resent American population and tli million of our past only about j have ever visited the Holy land Of a those who cross to Europe less than 5 tnrent overset as far as Home a...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 2 October 1890

TOWN AND COUNTY The prospects for railroad lullding J Texas are brightening notwithstanding the pessimists Thero is some prospects of a freight car famine this winter AH roads are pretty well pushsd now Yesterday the grnnd jury adjourned until Monday hut not before returning elebtvtlve bills of indictment eighty four of which arc for misdemeanors It is more than probable that within twelve months thero will be some rich developments In Texas railroad circles There are indications now of a genoral showing up and there is much to be iliown Jim Ilurst chnrgod with the murder of the iufant which was last spring picked up wrapped in a blanket in a Held near the residenco of Judge Ueekham was jj brought up for trial yesterday but a continuance until the noxt term of court was granted The xvlres for tho citys new nrc elec- tric lighting system wero being strung yesterdny It is confidently expected to have this system in working ordor on schedule timo October 15 and the in- candescent light...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 2 October 1890

tv S S3 g StttfM intended to PiBLisnEns KoticeAU communications department should be addressed Mrs M R Walton Fort Worth Tcx Honored be woman she beams on tho sight Graceful snd fair as a being of light Daughters of Je the Fairest of her daupnters was poets description of tho first woman to picture leavinp it to mans imagination ture her many charms Tho fairness of woman has ever been man stemptatioueven thoujrh they were culled Hons of Hod because they of earth fie daughters were heroes that were fair wns euflu lent to win them from hieli pursuits nid snee the day that Noah entered the ark until the present continues to enchant hur womans rairnsi chant For her adnrniw the ships of lyre broupht purp hue linen gold ritt mid precious ton s hen children Uuned in the imirket place he braided her hair and decked herself in embroid- ered snrments and today mo brave all dunpirx that my lady may be attired as uoier i oiieeii in ancient time For luir womeu men have Hum away honor lirtuiiaud ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 2 October 1890

10 EDITED BY FJtAXCES UODGSOX DUJtXETT THE BOr WHO BECAME A SOCIALIST By rrnncii Hodgson llurnett j ii mmm + lfmim HE room in which I work in ray bouse in London is called the Japanese room It is icaled to because all Tf the furniture and de- corations are Japanese But there are two very unJapanese decora- tions They are the por- trait of two boys who watch me all the time One is about fourteen and tands with his hands in his coat pockets as if he were perhaps looking at a cricket match cr a baseball game the other is about twelve and is leaning against an old carved oak cabinet This one is the social- ist You would never imagine it when you looked at bin picture He has snch a round laugnm face ani no wears a quaint costume with aii < up pninti vent lac ruffles and paste knee vJ snoa bucilM and a velvet coat not at nil whu voiiwciJ xpeet of a person with so- cialistic Vei tr1 m fact it is not the social- ists seal roatnaie it was one he wore when he sang n quaint song at a charit...

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

Jf J r STELLE EDITOR All communications intended for this department should be addressed to 1 jmpFps Notice rnoj J P Stelle Fort Worth Tei street Trep Tor Texn No otber nge feature can so add to he charms of a city as fine shade and ornamental trees Browlns nl ° n = tbo streets We cannot Ret loo mauv trees residence portion of particularly in the the city and for best effect they cannot be too lnrce provided always that bublt more they are trees of spreadinc with California bordered or less A street trees or nia redwood trees or cypres might not be retarded loneleaf pine tree but recular shado tarded with favor tree are accepted with favor every time Especially is this desire for street trees far as relates to a prominent thirs eo old elms their creut Southern cities vet Northeastern towns take etcmate many that without paridises position as verv amotic the most unattractive them would appear attractive places to be pointed out on tho map As a ruli the lovrer South is famous Tor sha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 2 October 1890

po Jul islin 12 T inen eiiiri 11 THE LOST HEIRESS A Tale of Love liattie and Adventure BY KAUVKST G LAN VIILi Author or Among Capo Kaflilr > The ro slcker etc nnil Klwarcl Kapler ICorYRiniiTED 1S90 PHAPTEU I Mr J Mildav Dalston was one of those men whom nnbodi liked because he regarded everyone Ins conduct ac one into suspicion and shaped raro nKl Tho world upon which he looked tirouel his iitv > pigSSh eyes was a mean k io ivmI liv the lever of selfishncfs on the iu run or ishonesty Tlis manner was brusque ano i vcro jr n < he took life by the throat and mu e = a out what he consiuercd to be his due In n vous ami semitivc nature of the timid B > hD carrt into marrying hm poon viitheied under Ins blistering manner his son > vho in nerled h t mpr r without his coarseness had J ft Hie t > a < i il roof manger and hebadrnined bis own mother s prospects m life by unfounded m < urai luns Tn > issi nrrurtrlice was brought home to li m as he sat in i e iivoiree r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 9 October 1890

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO 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 I remiums 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 2 75 net a set of the fine silver tea spoons will 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 For GOO net a set of the fine knives and M roe 1sen with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 Qi or one yeurt For 400 net a copy of the fKRml Websters Unabridged will be sent express ches prepaid to the express office nearest the sul 6vith the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages forone year J dr250 net a copy of Shakespeares works will be sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 225 net a copy of the 5 Encyclopaedia will be sent with th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 9 October 1890

FOR DYSPEPSIA Ayers Sarsapariia Is an effective remedy as numerous testimo- nials conclusively proie For two years I was a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and liver complaint I doctored a Ions time and the medicines prescribed In nearly every case only aggravated the disease An apothecary advised me to use Ayers Sarsaparilla I did so and was cured at a cost of 5 Since that time It has been my family medicine and sickness has kecomo a stranger to our household I believe It to be the best mecllclt on earth P F McXulty llacUaan a Summer st Lowell Mass FOR tars S Aye Is a certain cure nat In Impot ErejiSfufferer blooctsjd gene co redBJud that so much aYfejSPs of which rcij I takceer medicine li Main st GS disorders orl apatiUa the complaint orlgi blood I was a low condition of the bllity becoming Dually s unfit forwork J < cth ing thaOtWd the complaint helped mo Sarsaparilla a few bottles d me to health and strength ortunlty to recommend this r cacs C Lvlck 11 E Ohio d such as boll ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 9 October 1890

r CAPITAL EIGHT The Bill Locating the Capital at Oklahoma City Stolen The Imprrsiion General That the Gov- ernor Will Veto the ileasure Incitement Huns Ilizh Incomplete Hftnrn From lh Idaho Election Hon V L llcOanshi > T Open9 UU Cam raljn at Colorado City DILL PCRLOINED Special to the Gazette ITHKIE OT Oct 2 Yesterday nnd today have been full of excitement to thli cit On yesterday ttie house took up nud pn ed the bill locating the capital at Oklahoma City A motion to reconsider was voted down on yester- day but today thins chanced around und a motion to reconsider was cnrrled Ibis action created the wildest excite- ment and a not becume Imminent but dnl not culminate uulil both houses had nJjourned this afternoon Itnmcllulelv after uajournment at 2 oclock it Ijecnme noised around that the Bpeuker of the house had signed the bill nud that Perry a member of the house Irom Oklahoma conntv had purloined It from the chief clerk As soon as this Information became general the streets w...

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

Sfo Wnllv fetfit lVVLlSllJill ETEllY TUTJESDJX tr ma vriiocjtAT runzisnxxG coarjurz TulUihrr and Proprietors RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS tlcelaee ireri by the PuMisfcers DAILY WEEXLT One Tear Iir COI One year SI 55 fclx months S CO Fix months 5 Three months B Ui Three monthi < 0 bctDAV Gazette 1 yeir tl CO 6 months Jl W i months W cents ISVAHIABLY It ADVANCE- r AMY Delivered m the city by carriers at 1 rer rronth cr 5 cei ta per week Cdfcubscnberc wishing their address changed from one pOEtoflice to another mast giro the old uddrcs as mil as the new or the chance cannot be made Alt VOi > TiIASrrrSin < he State arcauthor izctl to take S r rrip iml to THE GAZE1TS IJlt1 AL COiliUSSIOXSALLOWLD Writ for trims and sample copies IiLMITJANCHS by draft check postofflca raoncj crdcr or registered letter can be sent at our ml All other character of remittances at henricrs risk Ellver can be tent In registered letter All checVs money order etc must be made raj able 10 THE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 9 October 1890

r DRS BEnS IBETTS FKYSEGsAi3 Sirgecns and Specialists 25 MAIN STREET noilas Texno s S > ZWTli vWrlj and farorth tft tnrjge In td Hates yl I ret If IfOll QOLOcr knowrfjpecialy B r luttgSexpori UWeOllla < i ifiTtea yu ae s in l trrtrrttrafi inclW I NeJponsTChttmc and FurnJpJi if tf eiii lit enHc > > physi sruto or Ieatili7 to CONSUEViPTEON zs I rTTtidCfti AurireflfT by Aiyslc kiisri piiftflahle aB tn cwa as ptali CBiisi > n > iMJZizms of lr il f fee C I > LIVER OEE IIYPOPUOSPIIITSS F ZI31E AXD SODJ n r tlon oa fi es < itKlle 7ryjJ i PCoil llirr J a world oyer Three timea 1 Liver Oil J nan nllotheram ii DisrateSf Jlrv Us d J l aj J efllra ieir t it < lor i Uis 5 COJUIPTIOX ffcrofuia111 as a Flesh Producer i iWerotsnouin like SCOTTS EIVULSICM 5 It is sold hj all DrupsUiB Lot no ono by I > n > tu3 ci amttun or lmpudtnt entreaty mduit jou tu an ej t a tubnttute Health is Wealth 4 DrS Keifs Servo aid EralaTr iini at a Jiuarahteen spec fie for llv > ria U...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 9 October 1890

r m vm 6 TEXAS CHOPS AND WEATHER Wild hoy is being cut In large quanti se In Randall oounty The cotton yield of the Valley Mills country will be much better than was expected one month ago and u treat deal or the valley cotton Is just beginning to open Some of the bottoms will yield a bale to tlio ucre The cotton crop of Navarro county Is turning out better than the farmers ex- pected Much of the rich black lands about King Willow are mukiug half a bald to the acre and the fields aro white with the lleecy staple Cotton in Lipscomb county will make fully half a bole to the acre and would hnro mudu a quarter more had the hail not injured it The cotton crop of Williamson county Is tuiiiug out much better than was ex- pected tome time eince It is thoupht now that the yield will be half a bale per acre The Melds uio yet white and the picker are putting the gius up to their best links Another week of line weather will finish the rush in cotton picking iu Hill county Corn is estimated from...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 9 October 1890

THE HOLT LAND Kov Dr Tnlmacjes Second Ser- mon on His Itecent Journey From Jnpra to Jerusalem The Ileas urr of tlic Trip Kiantifnlly De- picted by the 1 amius Divine The Country the r < > nrli nnd Thidr rn trn Modes of frnvil EtrA Msht Inside the Gates of Jprusilcm 5 Dr Tal Br kiyn N Y Ott mas beforb luslmnns his second ser- mon on tho Holy Laud this morning satul that as previously anooumed r sruion ubout to be delivered would nco b delivered in the New York acad- emy of mus i m the evcuiis In vnaaa juiiue of the unpreecdented attendance tin priiedlBB Sunday cveulnir when 1 He The fart that the ncadrtny of wv tti nieomiiiodntid fully C000 persons many Uioi ands were turned unay tho maunders of the Christian Herald had I died neciitintlotiR with n view to se iiirnc iladison Square garden for the of tlie reinniiiins ten Sunday en us sermons Owing to nnprrative I irn neuta for the next three Sundays it e cur ten could not be secured earlier ilinn four week hence when the Chrls t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 9 October 1890

D H I 8 A SENSATIONAL STOUT What the Purcuai of the Colorado Midland is FMd to Signify A special tolegram from Chicago about the Western railroad situation sayo that tho purchase of tho Colorado Midland by tho Santa Fo appears to have a greater Biguitieunce than wns at first supposed It becomes more evident that it was not tho intention of tho Santa Fe to orowd out tho Itock Island or any other road in thnt territory but that it is a part of the plan to form a gigantio railway trust or combination of all tho roads between Chicago and the Incitlo coast As has already been intimated the railroad situation in the West is in a moat de- moralized condition and unless some- thing is done to insure the maintennnco of high rates many of the roads can and will bo pushed to the wall To save themselves from eorlous loss tho mem- bers of the Now York bankers triangle who have invested heavily in Western roads are compelled to invest still more heavily in order to save themselves The Snnta Fo is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 9 October 1890

> 5j Lxtldr 1 r L > 4 EDITED BY MJtS M JR WADTOX rcEUBHERs Notice AH communications intended for this department should bo addressed to Mrs M R Walton Fort Worth Tex For still in mutual suHrance lies The secret of true living Love scarce is love that never knows The sweetness of forgiving fj G Whittier Z lne Upon Line In anticipation of a storm that has not been prognosticated by Foster or any other nropbet the writer bends the head Foiunately the say that women are said to be fond of inducing in will hardly reach an eyrie of security Women are beginning to notice and to comiDCCt with more or less asperity on what they term a decline in manne69 noticenble among men Said a lady no1 long since I remember the day when every gentleman rose at n ladys entrance into the room and remained standing un- til she was seateu when he bared bis head and stood with hat in hand until alio passed and in every public place and conveyance she was given precedence Now this Is changed men spenk to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 9 October 1890

10 rente of the simple fact that the lands nloug thoro are bettor than on the hills transplanted iv the highest and dryost ennd hills it slightly fertilized does just as well as it does along tho streams Ihero may be somo points In Fort Worth where it woula not grow to a largo tree duo to want of soil above tho rocks sutll cient to acoomniodato its roots but in uny locnlity where the soil lies six or eight foot above the bedrook it could be counted upon for fullest development It has no taproot nnd therefore trans- plants easily No tree with which we are acquainted con endure drouth better than the mng iiolm On the high drift Hills In Ala- bama we have known some species of oak to succumb In extremely dry sea- sons while mngnolias occupying the same position went through unscathed Its climntio range is far above us there are large trees growing without protec- tion at Cairo Illinois Thesiieet bay a smaller species of maguolia Maguoliuglauca would grow well on the lower portions of F...

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

Jtyi CLARA BELLE M 1 m t A ii it Pi ts la > le iuh h in > Some of New Yorks Best Society Girls Smoke Cigarettes Tlie Part Whisky Cocktails Play in a Xatty Girls JIakeUpBest Stirau Ient for the Debutante The rtof Lace MaUIn Hudled by Fashion- able nirUIIow a Fifth Av nue Keauty Collareil a Doc Catcher For the Gazette n New Yore Oct 1 lCO MOK1NG ladies ivrtainly Or nt least smoking o iien in Rood clothes with otherwise pond rammers nnd with undoubted pood morals rcallv have formed the habit of sm kinc cigarettes 1 regret this state- ment because n de- nial of its truth has been mado Do you know that our 111 crtm foretnothers those sainted wives and daughters of the chaps who Il- lustriously landed on Plymouth Rock smoked tobacco Nt ti > mty cmarettes either but in Iipes > ut in pretty pipes even but in common clay ones Us To my mind the smoke of tobacco should be endura- ble by our sex only when emitted from tlie lips of our husbands or sweethearts tor a rellned plrl to sm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 9 October 1890

i 12 Author of THE LOST HEIRESS A Tale of Love T3ett ± J axicl Aclvexxtux BY EARNEST GLANVILLE Among Cape Kaffirs The Fossicker Etc and Edward Rapier fCOFYBIGHTED 1S90 Copyrighted 1890 SVAOP3IS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS Chapters I to III Mr J Mlldniay Dalston a London mcrchai > dcep wily and unscrupulous of character is plotting to rob a Mr Sydney Blaine of the sum of iMOuO left him by Mr John Blaiie Mcholson on condition that he names Kate only daughter of M William Dalston brother of Mr J M Dalston To the latter Mr Nicholson has insultingly left a bottle of bay rum for his baldness and a pecDc for the gout He holds a conference with his lawyer Mr Smooth and they arrange to send out a Yankee sharper Mr Cob Ko e a noted phot witn a revolver to endeavor to present Blaine who is encaged fighting in Zultiland from meeting with Kate Dalston the Yankee undertakes to execute his commission and sarts for Africa At Rorkes Drift heis yent on a dan- gerous errand and meets a Zulu with whom he h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 16 October 1890

J W l p0i TZZk Hgtig i i ij p P DEMOCRAT JELJSHlIsG CO ONLY THE GAZETTE has discontinued the distribution plan of awarding books spoons knives forks etc and has adopted a plan bj 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 fine silver tea spoons will 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 earFor For GOO net a set of the fine knives and forks will be sen with thr WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one yeart For 400 net a copy of the original Websters Unabridged will be sent express charges prepaid to the express office nearest the subscriber with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 250 net a copy of Shakespeares ra g ft bfe Ment with the WEEKLY GAZETTEUgSf is one year For 225 n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 16 October 1890

S trnij Are anvays liable to sudden and severe colds to croup soro throat lung fever etc Kemedles to be etfecUAe must be admin- istered without delay J > oUihig is better adapted for su emergencies Uian Arers Cherry Pectoral It soothes the Inflamed nicinuraue promotes espectoration rtllevea coughing and Induces sleep The prompt tuo cf tiits medicine las s cd innumerable lit es both o jouug and ohL One ol nij children had crorp The case iras attended by our pli sielaii nid was sup pused lo be UIltunder loiiliol One night1 1 was atartictt iiy the child s lard breathing uj mi going ill found it Strangling it < nctrly cejped to breathe tlyfyfins thai in < hihls alarming conditionbad be coirt i ii < dile in sfhe of the inedinijp it lad taxMi 1 icasoiied a it such rerrrjlies ucuild oc of no avail Ilaftyg a partbto bottle cf Ajei > CIrrry Pectonl hi theouse I gave the chlM thrie dose tt shoiyIntervals nnd anr iu l > waited res01ts lrnm therrxment the Iectoral was givAejie...

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