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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 May 1891

VOL. 3. LAMPASAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1S91. Oj THE SARATOGA OF THE SOOTH. i Its Springs, rts Streams, Its Scenery, Trade, Rssouices and Advances. The t ity of Lampasas is situated in a sheltered val'ev am -ng the hills of the mountain range that runs through Central Texas, and as a consequence its surroundiug scenery is picturesquj in the extreme, and charmingly diver- sified, attracting at once the at ention of its visitors. Its great elevition, 1500 feet above sea level, a d its equable cli- mate render it one of he healthiest placesin the state and make it unequal- led as a summer resort. A cool, gentle, invigorat ng breeze is always found here, and even in the hottest part oí summer, cover is agr cable at night. At each'end of t e town will be" found a beautiful park with shady groves, broad walk-, and sylvan nooks of the most entrancing character. Their na - ural b autv, peace and quietness, bring rest and comfort to those whose frames are overwrought and nerves distressed...

Publication Title: Lampasas Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 May 1891

For a Ni Ho! for Lampasas Rear Reader: Y>>u arc m«>M<"■« rdially invited to attend the meeting of the State Horticultural Society at Lampas- as, Texas, July 1st, 1VH. Every person who feels interested iu increasing and improving our food supply, in beaut fy- iug and enriching home, in adding to he pleasure and joy of life and in mak- ing the world richer and happier, are eligible to membership and are urged to attend and aid and be aided in the great work of the society. The proceedings will be 011 the order of Institute work. They-will take i. wide range of most interesting +opics and those who wil •-«list it. the discussions are among the most inspiring characters that animate this'advanced age. You will here make the acquaintance of some of the most intelligent, most refined and most use- ful people, ladiej and gentlemen, in the world. You will see one of the finest and most educative displays < f farm and garden products; fine art and handi- work that ever charmed...

Publication Title: Lampasas Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 May 1891

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 May 1891

V fcT.-i METHODIST CHURCH. Views of I>r. L. (I. (áncecum on the Subject. BATHIAG. find contain minerals possessing a po- tency that 110 other waters possess one the American continent They will heal diseases that the best medical skill has failed to heal. Cases that the scienti- lie physician with all of his improved Among the agencies which the ex- appliances, and years of constant treat- perience of the human race in all agfs ment without theleist benefit to the has demonstrated to conduce to the Pa^ient, have been cured at Lampasas preservation of hedth, personal clean- Springs with from four to six l aths. It liness occupies the foremost position. patients suffering with iheumatism The enormons surface occupied by the various types, dyspepsia, para- skin, supplied as it is bv all the ner- etc.. knew of the healing powers vons and vascular accessories of the of the Lampasas Springs water and the glands, makes it one of the chief, if bathe properly given, the visitors would not...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 May 1891

W. TOWNSEN, Dealer in Boots and Shoes, Northwest Corner uf Square. GROSS, H. staple and Fancy Grocer. Agent ior Taylor's Kentucky Whiskies. Third street, - Under the Opera House. B. ABNEY, Attorney-at-Law, - West side of Square, g F. BUCK WALTER, The Fashionable Boot and Shoe Maker, j Third Street. I H OliliAND WEBB, Dry Goods and Groceries, North side Square, Opposite Court House. Lampasas Business Directory: J. E. ALLBl^IGHT, DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Groceries, < ONEECTIONERILS, Etc. Third Street, Opposite Court House. <i;> TO fVScHENRY & BALLARD, TII i-; yWAMMQTH eLOTHlERS. Hatters and Gent's Furnishers of West Texas. Their prices are from liO to li-3 per cent, less, for first-class goods, than any house in the U est. See them before you buy and they will full}- convince you of this fact. ~o7~UTÑÑ~ The Leading Jeweler in Western Texas, dealer j 11 Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles, Etc. Repairing a Spec- ialty. Townsen Block? Third Street. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 May 1891

The Lampasas Leader Snlered at the Pontoffice ' Lam pasas,.Tex. U second- clans '.nail matter. PUBLISHED WEKKLV HY TIE LAMPASAS PUBUSHIH6 COMPANY. H. HOLTON Vice-President e. J. MARSHALL Skc'y a Treas. Vi. T. CAMPBELL Manager T. A. WHITE, Editor. Subscription Price, in Advance, $1 50 per Year. For Club Rates apply to office. JíET ADAWRTISING RATES. One Y«ar COURT. A Little Girl's Experience tn a Lighthouse One month I inch ... 2.50 ItncbM 8.75 • IncbM 5.00 4 Inchu 6.25 ft inches 7.25 C inclie* 8.00 finohM.... 8.75 Inches .:... -9.50 fleet * 10.25 It inches 1100 M JUVUWkx. —. — One half column-ltS) One half column 64.00 One column........ 15 5of 1 Inch 812.00 2 inches 18.00 3 inches 24.00 4 inches 30.00 5 inches 86.00 6 inches, 42.00 7 inches 47.00 8 inches 52.< 0 9 inches, 56.00 10 inches 60.0 The following criminal cases have Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treso t are been disposed of during the week. keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at State vs Floyd ( ook, aggravated as- Sand Beach, Mich, a...

Publication Title: Lampasas Leader, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 May 1891

11 i y COURT HOUSE. EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES. Scholastic. No place in Texas is better suitid by location and other natural a vantages, to be an educational centre than Lam- pasas It is near the centre of state is easily accessible and is justly celebrated f -rits health fulness, being indeed one of the best known health resorts in the Mrs. Harrisons school closed on Fri- day afternoon after a successful session. The school will reopen September 1st in a central location, Mrs. Carpenter, whose great ability as a trainer <>f the young has been fully shown to the „ , ... .. pnblie-ef Lampasas, will have charge south. All about the city are magniü- of tlie Kindergarten and primary de- cent commanding sites admi rably tments. Every attention will he adapted to the location of College edi- tQ the training and culture Gf the fices, whence can be had splendid ¡t being tfie purpose of the views of the city, also of the pict .resque ]a(]ie8 having charge to build up a first country for mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 May 1891

-V- __ i \ ¡fe L. H. bagget r, Pl'CfllJtJ.t. - W. T. CAMP í Lr-, jTTJ. MARSHALL, Vi.-, ii., ideut." C'ashie- . FIRST !#■ THE NATIONAL BANK, OF LAMPASAS, T KXAS. Capital $50,000 Surplus and Pi of.ts. :-2c.odo. Interest Allowed on Time I>< posits. We solicit the accounts of Farmers, Merchants ¡Stockimn, Sheep Growers ai.d i thers Polite and careful attention given to all business entrusted t<> us. Our large and commodious safe uiid vault is at the disposal of those who wish j-iu.ec- Ou ou to their valuablts .J. W. FELLBAUM PROPRIETOR MULE WtllkS.-:- Foreign and Domestic Marble and Granite, Tombstones and Iron Fencing. f'o'V1- but ::r:f-j!_3s WarF AiScwel to Leave ! hs S'icd YcurOderr Solicited I, 11. SPARK'S Fon /' 1 n c Perfil 111 cr) \ Administrator's Nctice. THE STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sherifi or any Constable of Lampasas County—Greeting. In tbe matter of the Estate of A. \\\ Mor- irán, deceased. Mrs. L. L. Morgan, adminis- tratrix, having tiled in onr County Court her F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 April 1892

m LAMPASAS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1892. I '.JV s ud Surreys. Mowers, Rakes, Binders, Engines, Gins, Presses. Given to Special Orders In The Farm And Mill Machine Line. OUR STOCK OF rrows, best for you to buy from us. We. will tell you why if you will call and see us O "W" &c Xj O "W , LAMPASAS BROWNWOOfi, TEX. in 0£m&b n mmmmm ASOLDIER'S ROMANCE IM, by American Press Associa- jfaa.] T WAS Memo- rial Day in New Orleans. An April sky, half smiles, half tears, leaned over the two cities— the city of the living and the city of the dead. Above, below, arorm'l, permeat- ing the air, tan- gible to the the breath of flowers, pro- fife and its perennial resnrrec- Flowers, flowers; gray moss and cy- Life, life; death, death. JStermtj. Peace and prosperity smiled on the land; union and brotherhood. Up in the face of the bine sky an old oak flaunted his pennons of gray moss— gray and bine. Out on the rim of Lake Pontcliartrain a low.clond gathered and broke—bine and gray. Down clos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 April 1892

-IéTV 7 \ ■ 'r •£; > ■ * «50 > RATES. OMYI zr^ilS .. 00.00 (column MM > column. 125.00 i par line. twenty-five per cent 1.00 per sanare for first re for esen subsequent SKI OUB CLÜB RATES. The LEADKB and Galveston Weekly News. ___ ... 42.00 I, and Weekly Globe-Democrat, «240, , and Dallas Weekly News «2.00. .... and Home Market Bnlletin—«2.00. ,, „ and Illoatrated Home Joornal Monthly «1.75 p and Metropolitan and Rn- New York .«1.75. _ ad gallea City Weekly I and Agriculturist.. ......2.00. Ttauyf Health Journal Home Macaslne... 11,75 mafi Womankind 1 60 Southern Sunbeams _ 2 00 and $ases Stock Man, 9.00. Homestead 1.75. •• •* Fbrt Worth Gasetle —2.00 THE 8QLDÍER CLAUSE. At the request of prominent of the Alliance party in : county, we reprint from Economist, of, April 9 following in regard to known as the Soldiers as , Feb. 22, 1892. oiir Alliance editorial on this of the 9th r lay both sides be- ■ can judge Robert Schilling, , Sec'y of theNation- of the Peoples Party i cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 April 1892

w j. " ■ ■•■■■< 1 ■I, ' '.'-•--.H[ÜPBSPÍW5 V mfeiHSfe : ifos EE ..(LOSp.m . .11.39 a. m A*t. — DAN W. oí relee •S.J.HOB- eat County at the PMUMMUMOd of county clerk ulng Nov( ■the name ■For eonntyl ber election.H Tin Texas Volaateer [CompoMd by Tom Farrar Smith, of South Carolina, and innf In the thgater at Padu- eab, K*y. when on hla way to Texas.] The days of "38" my boys, we ever should to annonnee W. S. i a candidate tor the offlce of ■ the «inning November ! le hereby announced as • can- I ofllee of county treasurer at ber election. " la hereby announced asa Bee of i ! county treasurer I county at the ensuing Novem- to announce i a candidate for tbe ■ ooun- jncethe name le for tbe offlce county at the Judge of Lam- «llo November 1ÉÉ1 announced as a Í to the offlce of county at the ensuing , announced as a sheriff of Lampa- election. ÜÉ i only $1.50'a year, rfar. v : i of Nix was in town tear loada of stock cattle is visiting as in town duo appreciation i place bat now , was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 23 April 1892

•J ¡¡¡Si f¡¡É 'Sil Mm \ l and downs of .and ■ relieved atonce by > Liver Pills Dont for- i i «hat people who think to : a «hot gtm to find ont whether t are tired taking the large old piping pills, try Carter's liter Pilla and take some com- fort. A man can't stand everything. One pill a dose. Try them. Delsarte, with all his study in the art of gesticulation, never succeeded' in equalling the expression of a dog's tail what his masterputs on h's coat for a walk. COOK YOUR FOOD with Prompt relief in sick headache, diz- constipation, pain in to those usinj Car- little liver Pills. One a dose. Small pill. l are betting on an absolute- , save ont 5 cents for car half a century Ayer's the most pop- in the worle- The for this 'pioveait to be the very best for colds, eoaghs, and all dis- of the throat and lungs. rather you cook?" asked, ¡SK¡L V •'Not oñ me," he she answered, "but rejoined, reaching exudation you see clinging to mer con expectorant that the phlegm in the throat. Cheroke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 30 April 1892

Wmm. HSiS in nSS? LAMPASAS, TEXAS, & RDAY, APEIIi SO, 1892. NO. Fíily ¡uh; Sup ad Surreys. ESIláSSi Mowers, Rakes, Binders, Engines, ns, Presses. to Special Oéís In The Farm And Mill Machine Line you to buy from us. We will, tell if you will call and see us & LO "W AS * BROWNWOOD, TEX. LCo- s L brave ihar atray - W. > what will: culiar howL * Jean seized the drumsticks and beat the rataplan in hopes of frightening the beasts off, bat the music made them howl the more. "Here they came, Jean!" exclaimed Antoine. "Look, to the door! If they throw themselves against it in a body it will not keep them out." The pack in front had risen and were rushing forward. Antoine thrust the muzzle of his musket through a crack and fired into the howling, struggling lY wolf. — . set all France JeanPotair french boys the Tonne. They .were nearly always i of Russia by Jot recruits be- to ■ ; i drum, and An- recruita ► let in the both had Id fill the , and when a i they would and devour him '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 30 April 1892

*TIo i' ~ 30.00 „ 00.00 (column 64.00 lamo 125.00 rllne. i twenty-five per cent nare for first ■ntweqaent RATES. Weekly News. —«.«-o I Globe-Democrat, SUM, rKews.... J* t Bulletin .12.00. J uorn«l .-41.75 tan and Ru- VETERANS, April 21, by Rtv. mm t or Texas:— , to day, to observe s great event. An to its in- fer seeoring valn- Political rights interests, i of man are lost or (infidelity to man tan restored, and i are rescued from to man; rocb *9, dis- 1 of Han Jacinto, lost, and reseñe I of man, are heroes, t the names and It is the • cofltom. to the memory of Whatever the relation of a a gmatdeliveranoe be that, without Hi memory of observance ■v-~. the aaristíc altar ef the 3 to *r Obtist the deliver- captivity to I recurrence of the Fourth (people meet, each Halts chosen place, to i song, oratory and merry, and publication of i of Independence, the Twenty First Day of > set apart by law, as a ,aday of rest from labor, as a i of social and patriotic Interview and eooununion. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 30 April 1892

I SANTA FE ► da w. of relee- .hob- _ ot County t the ensuing •nnonneed loanty clerk iovem- ESS*# £ <á*í i name ty ranee W. S. toe offlee of " f November noticed m • can- eonntjr treiuarer at Baking Powder is the only one made frge from lime, alum, and all extraneous substances, ami ABSOLUTELY PURE. It is in every way superior to every similar preparation. Witness : reonnty treasurer i ensolng Novem- to an lOOQDC tor tb< leu tUmp precinct m 1 i tare. k Jail Une of new íwood spent sev- in Burnet this m : ■ at the Court 'and night, by n wel- bat we less tbun- in the A.W.', t«r f od ►tftjr. I* at rvott want s silk hand* i Lsadxk office, goods, and the last, is on own Jmcj Creek, to Tint i, Mass. wish him Insffeietetn. Open a school Mt*t Monday, the i a liberal patron- I te nden the a first-class 21(4. Goggan A I one that A Bios., Galves- iftgi 1000 ropies of tbe I then were about ;wWehwe ie- i should be glad rfriepiás : i*«t tint the ttstof H in your 'scrap talaable 100 years from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 30 April 1892

ifiit üSúti be* i Indicate depra V- ; of Ayer's Sana* warm yesteiday it will be a With con- u- skin. Remove (little Liv- i top in percent- : school pupils. Twenty* the entire population ''•■-■mwm j, lawyers, preachers and those occupation gives but lit- ««{■a, should use Carter's Little Ski for torpid liver and billions- One IsadosM^lhem^ I t jgheffield no order jar knife blades have been re- lftún this country for some time, i the wonderful progress we have Are free from all crude and irritating matter. Concentrated medicine only r Pills. Very small I very easy to take; no pain; no gri ; no purging. Try them. ..who.was reproved for ^ - and was told seven years old she was to llpow, replied: "Grandma, r we grow the better we lifre ■ merits of Ayer's Cherry as an anodyne expectorant is combination of the ingredients. Nothing nptedinphar- i in curing pulmo- r complaints is unparalleled. the owner of the in the world. It is maker at Keswick, in length. In place of rubber cap it has a g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 27 April 1894

«Jv' *> i Wmm —rr- .V. LAMPASAS SPRINGS, LAMPASAS COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRH 185)1. NO. 23. mm ¿Jt-, -- I ' \ -* Mérin 80f.' Sam tfcoae who know to be one of his illegitimate offsprings. The girl is known under an as- une and perhaps does not know of her parentage. In the interest of maintaining the Mr name of the young lady all names • are withheld, but one who has met the girl and her foster-mother and who stands among our best citi- zens is the correspondent's infor- mant. Ir^-i f j[ i ■?'< • I xea. it out of thi sumas, met WSPENSAKY LAW. •-U- '4 MFw -pre«. H. Darft n secie- taiy; Fv fit^ liubb^Cis,""se<u«lí¡-ry "and treasux The Whisky Business Aban- by the State - Carolina. ' 3. G., special of re 'The State Board an informal meet- and issued orders all the despensanes. For at least, prohibition has been in actual operation. No whisky has beat legally sold, but "blind tigers" a?e doing busi- at tile old stand. hot telling my plans for * said Governor Till- a reporter to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 27 April 1894

f s*.V ler. Edito*. In Advance. I ^§8® ' Lampasas and Moore, re personal of the i experience and era. I pat- Thb crop prospects are very encouraging just now. The summer, normal will do Lampasas lots of good. If the Wilson bill fails to get through the senate it wiH not sur- prise us. Governor Hogg is attending the confederate reunion at Bir- mingham. The tariff debate at Washing- ton drags along. Senators talk tariff while the country suffers. Senator Mills addressed the senate flh i^e Wilson tariff bill Tuesday. He~B¿id the bill must be passed. i now been a resident of yean, and have the Leader for years and a half. a separa- and people I where it has Let democrats leave individuals altogether out of the question and stand fast to the principles oí their party. portion, whilst I lament that have Mien to my > have been few, if any, sur. the expriences of my such as are common to ; particularly to those in That I have enemies denied. That I have warm friends, 1 have a physician h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 27 April 1894

*r¡¿ Bá and is OOIMB Who -*■ at hand. it turning oat a these days. •f Lometa, was Tuesday last. Delbert Stockton, of the city Tuesday on a X ■. , of Old Senterfit,- and Tuesday on and J. &..Stan- in town Monday "The Unknown on the fourth of Elgin, is the guest of her Blair. club enjoyed an ex- banks of Sulphur on fun and a few fish. Friday nigbt be attended of the Knights of of Lometa, was reports crops in in fine condition bat need- ^ t wss in and told your reporter in that section were most, the bridge the north side of intersection with Is amaglng to twenty lsdy a# the returned on floss Norman, O. T . position in the t of Miss Allie «chronicle the death of i'i children Sun- i attack of pneumonia, i to him and bis ipathy. R. Leverett and family, of |h this plsce i route to Ueorge- wbere they go to visit Mr. Mrs. Lsverwtt's daughter, Miss , who Is attending school at that ■ra. R. T. Bra-ishaw, and dsughtei and Miss Ora Coz nave returned home j from their trip to Lampasas county...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Leader — 27 April 1894

rnrnumm and Children. KA.AaaB.li.Di, . Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Is ao subrenal and kaown thai it assess a irorlr to Mdonait. inr>/& ■ who do netjMep Castoria „ -P., Hew York City. Cartoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Efuctation, an. Worms, gires sleep, and promotes di- Withoot injurious medication. "For arreral years I have recommend ^ your 'CWoria,' and «* always continue to do so a it has inrariafcly produced beneficial TCDTm F. Pasdsk, M. D., 126tk Street'and 7th Are., New York City. Tm* Gbradx Omduxt, 77 Koau Bitnr, H* You Ctrr. m QUANTITY. A NOVEL, I>., Author of Sonny Honrs; Poets and Hebrews; Four Tears on Wheels; The Sign Rider; Etc., Etc: with the librarian of Congress, ALL hqbis a vxd t Cupid plays- re ofmed- pecoliw- *irit of rev- sometimes ex- intro- oa the psxt of gentle- now dis- r. and as bring within to disturb bis qmet medita- " , easily and litb his i rushing one of the and , peering nit toward . "*;-l • r here alone. There is '-...

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