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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Weekly Tribune — 4 August 1896

•%>W .¡V'" t- V'' Ms * i vV f i-'W! 3Et* .mpILJIm'"-' - JMHPHHI VOL. II. ^ac.. , " ip^ÍI ra — ■. « what the! tribcne mtporteb v^:;'" * s"odwd nr his tbatobui -"■ a é0üi%"-: i § ■ ' f — §-4||j§ ír-l®llÍJ -A. .■A-':/ SP* '■ 1 v^S WMU Items ottatw.f e^thofed Frotó-All] *v«n ble Sonrocs and Put Boforo Our Hea'lers in CondenBod é ' Form: I BonK--i?riday-, July 81st, to Mt. an re. Chas. E. Parkor. a 14-poimd b „ , uturdoy flguringon some brick S^'Ffv-' ■ a ^ ^ . F. Carter, of the St T. Jones Lum- pany, of Houston, was in the city .«.' Oali & Adana expect to start Mre. 4ohn N. Olds and hon, Clint, sojourning id Galveston,£ jmving im- parted Wedueeday morning. - now thai itt: Í; - Willi Zl£SSZ*,e"0-*'m*Í?. \ P. B. Curry 's .lmndsome residence dn iÉÉ ^ÍFront street has been, rejuvenated with'a' i. X ifoe-s of paint, greatly improving its auce. OoS>W. D. Bettis attended t^emei ing of theNGrand Lodge, A. O. U. W., Fort Worth list week, representing the looal lodge at Oriole. Debite t...

Publication Title: Orange Weekly Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Weekly Tribune — 4 August 1896

i m ■ ;#'■ •'ate -5 feTOw ■■ ktiilféfíb'J n'./l •■ '■ /* ' \¿ ■ Vi — !§| WMmm PKISHmBI SlF ^ 1 W - " ■■■.'. f '' : ,, - «/>T TRIBUNE. SPostofllee at Orange as econd- class matMf. FOB. 00., Fubllahtri. L. FOKD, City Editor. , • ^PUBLISHED EViSBT TUESDAY. ■==ü= ' * '$ vr [Wi I for at ban ) ■ *$ . r ¡S r ' r.v aW p * r > rv Terms or SuBfecRirnoN- ffeneyeauln advance)..... •— líoo 8tx monttiaftfl ad * >. ... t Túrfec months jin advance), ADVERTISING RAÍKS. . Display advertisements will be charted rale ot i per inch (H lines of this typi No advertisement will be Inserted Mr less uii *1 for one time only. - Local cotices 10 cents per Une for each tnsei> tlOIl. i 'f~ ..-' ir No deviation will be made from,t!ie*above- raies. • TUESDAY, August 4. 1896. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ■\ for District Jmtye. We are authorized to announce STEPHEN r. WKST as a candidate for re-eleetilou to tne ■ ottoe of District Judge at Ule en ul¡p£ Nqrepi-' ber election. . >■ . ftrr Vvunty We are authorised to ...

Publication Title: Orange Weekly Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Weekly Tribune — 4 August 1896

Pill ■ H HI Ml 1 <®dL s?'- . ^ v«. 'Ml roeis ICES. ON X HANÍÍ AT REDUCED ¿H Lawns and Muslins, ' ed and **■ • anil Children's Slippers, Hosiery and Gloves, i :-sil Hü Parasols and Umbrellas, Et#, Etc. . i] i r'' Special Bargain&inA'Mhing! m Our Prices Are the NEW .GOODS ABBmiiO DAILY. tire Weft? For eve that is nice to ea?. sMde of Staple Groceries, we = THE POPULAR DRINK OF THE 8EAS0N. —i mm—- , JOHNSON BAYOÍ) DOTS. .The dread disease, oharbon, is now %Í""t) .thing of the past and we trust th¡¡ qúar-1*- antine may be raised. RoUeooa . and Helen Cooper, accompanied by their anüt returned from Orange hut Tuesday. Mr. Gonaoliaa, who baa been visiting the family of OoL Donahoe, returned to Leesburg Wednesday. Mr. Clint Futch decided "there is no lace like home'" tor a sick man, and we trust he arrived there safe. Mr. Chambers of Grand Chenier, ^ visiting old friends on the Bayou. I Monday evening the country assembled en masse on the beach and enjoyad an- other beach party. As w...

Publication Title: Orange Weekly Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Weekly Tribune — 4 August 1896

NMVIiiil ■ i. '■ T jS-' V* ¿ M V m ■i1,' r' .•••;•-•? «:.-«• J. ^ \w/%. ñ Mra CLOTH I _ When we say Clothing, MEN' -we jnean all YO We have decided to OUR and Summer \ a m TO MARK KOOtt FOR and in consequence will sell all our clothing at greatly reduced prices. -.. ':l / mm r" around and See for your- ? self. It is 110 trouble Jo show you THE UTEST CUTS STYI No job lots. Wejrtso have just received our New Books from thé celebrated Tailoring houses of Meyer & CWHart & Orhendorf and H. J. Franks & Go. for^tne «Fall, ana solicit your order for a Suit/Q^pair of Pants. j i ;fi mi t $ i if I1 u v$,KJ k Cecil ' I it .J&L if' ' i j tftí Jp^jí . In t!, lapel lunch timé ásd had i I cash wan then ovepfa&uled, upcj ling behind thej The girl a off his hat and She nodded cji nee , to ttAe east _J relief cashier. ^ * having watched this ble Covet. ( his stall sign the book. i Hipp cover ismfcom pared the autograph billiard, bold "Arthur G. Durrant" In tut the letter of Introdu...

Publication Title: Orange Weekly Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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