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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Dispatch — 31 October 1871
9 YOL. I. LAMPASAS, TEXAS. i T T o o r> \ U 11/ O iJ i"i A ¡r rp O v 7 X * O NO. 35. í BE WEEKLY DISPATCH, TUBUS HI) AT LAMPASAS, TEXAS' BV E It Y TUE S D A Y M 0 Ii JVIJV" G . subscription—si ecib. —o — One Yeai' if Advance ...¿ $2.00 Six Monti:a L25 Three Mm ths ' -"O ^SS-Any oii:; pending us five subfribers Jin; One year, will be entitled, to au &xtracopy, KATES OF ADVERTISING—Sprcib. Sinos. 6 mot One Sqrinre, $."> U0 $#'0# Two Squares, !t) t>0 18 0# Fourth" Col. 15 no 2ft 60 Half Col. 25 00 48 00 One Col. 40 00 75 00 — rt — ^S-Transient advertisements, and local tootieea, 15 cents yhr Hue for the first in- sertion, and 10 eeuts for each stll>s eqn nt insertion. Special riotifees, 20 cetits a ¡¡lie, in advance. jjssii- No advertisement inserted for loss (Luu $1 50. ■- MELTON & BARHON. .f*in PniKToirs 1 year. $12 50. 25 ftO. 40 00 75 00. 125 0t¡. ||roftwicmnl. jyj A n f| > v u i r if, mi 11 o r n ey at & ate ■ L • <t p a a ¡i a , Texas. C a be coneu;t...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Dispatch — 31 October 1871
k.i.' IV'.--* THE WEEKLY IUSPATCÜ, ii. d. barron Emtor LAMPASAS, TEXAS, OCT. 31, 1S71. • Send your sons to Belton Male S'chool—send your daughters to Belton Female School. n!8 tf. Gen, Stan Waite, a Cherokee Chief of high reputation and at one time was a Brigadier General in the Confederate army, is dead. What has become of the George- town Watchman? We have not seen it for weeks ; will oar noigli- bor give eome account oí itself, that we may know whether or not it is still among the living. The People Literary Com- panion, weekly edition, iá now on our table; and one of the most at- tractive weekly journals of choice literature published, is the Com* panion. It is fully up to out expectations. Subscribe for it and get a good paper for the home circle. Price two dollars a year. The Young Folk's Illustrated is also before us a neat and valuable paper for the little folks—only one dollar a year. Both are published by E. C. Allen & Co, Augusta Maine. Newspaper Changes -The IIous to...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Dispatch — 31 October 1871
\\m;u ísm'Víiü!. i !&<£'"* A cotíiuiuiiieation from Dr" _ . i Pt-k-ns ti hi'iiüi * o the eond • tu v ^3 all' oí on. £ a m v a 9 a s . II D. BARUON ES-íto:?. 'MÍ «• j.-j! MW 5Í!. | p i i - * ■4 Lampasas Lodge No 282, meets. third mí: • ¡ tí::- :í úrday night ¡u each mouth | .... <T - BÜ^N. W | *V . J..P. Gibaos, Skc. ¡-mas ío í,;nea wb— . ana t'icii' oreítn, NF.MKÍOIS SRKVICF . | . ¡,v ..... SJETHODtSi\ Fourth Siturdfty ami Sua ; i düv in each month bv Uev. .Tío !■'. N< . >'•'> ; r." O. Secón; Sabua'th ia each month <} . jf a U lite. .. > f < i t 1.•-1 ¡ ar ■ i ¡ana.;: ..y ;< - ■: r'i •* r l ; 1 i!'..i' Mi.!o 1 : ui.u ■' r ¡ Rev. I. E. Chat!;. BAPTIST. First Sal.bath in each mouth tulott ti «¡I OU . ¡ < ni < ne d« v "• by líe?. Juo. S. White. ¡ (); p i;li¡ ()¡ j.nj ,• .? ¡i;,. ■••••! ' a PROTESTANT METHODIST, Thtrrs bv ! .' *, , ' , , , night beforetUe second íáttbbatii in éucli moiitit j • r-:lt a ilL l1 n '*' ' K'"• ! bv líev.A. <¡. Lane. | t...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Dispatch — 31 October 1871
'•■un1 ■. ' <*A.' ■>vum-..«kyji>'JiExi>lg.!WJWiAi-jtf.we ! ® m ft <rb!% i si mm sMv*' kí ALONE. BY CORNELIA PERCIVAL. But wero we ever alone : Wc have lost, perhaps, a dear friend, iu whom we trusted ; nis face no longer shines in our home ; his voice is no longer heard in tender counsel; wo miss the grasp of his hand, and the sound of his loot on our threshold. Yet are we quite alone ? There is a sweet memqry shining down the darkness; the recollec- tion of brave words he used to Fpe«ik ; the remembrance of little acta of thoughtful kindness, such as can never be forgotten, which have cheered us times without number. Or we grow w-sary of the world and of its friendships ; we have on. ly lost our friend through unbelief. i\cro?3 the abyss which a hasty word or act has made, there is only thrown a frail bridge of promises which we distrust. And so we pfay on our side of the gulf—our friend on the other side—and the bitter tears come to our eyes, bit- ter words to our l...