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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 January 1889

* WOT VOL. XIII immmmmmm***- LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1889. NO. 51, wherb: o you live? I knew a man, ami his name wa ;Hor- ner Who usod to live on Grumble Corner; Orumhle Corner in Cross-patch town; And ho never wan seen without a frown. He grumbled at this, he grumbled at that; • \He growled at the dog, he growled at the oat; He grumbled at morning, he grumbled at night; And to growl and grumble were his chief delights. He grumbled go mueh at his wife that she Began to grumble as well as'he; And all the children, wherever they went, v Reflected their parents, discontent. If the sky was dark, and betokened rain; " Then Mr. Horner is sure to complain, And If there was never a cloud about He grumbled because of a threatened drought. His meals were never to suit his taste; He grumbled at having to eat with baste; The bread was poor, the meat was tough. Or else he hndn.t half enough. No matter how hard Ids wife would try To please her husband, with scornful eye He'd look arou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 January 1889

Vaum countpy Bvif* J. W. EHWIN, Editor and Propriotor. Tb« Chnm C«uul.y Num. published «very TiirmlH) . I<t «ll(«r«illll I lie l.lnilen punt- itlUrc nn neruiii) cImnh niiitlcr, Tiit'Hilay Jan. 20, 1889. NOTICE. We Hi'e determined not to force our paper upon tluwe who lo not want it; ana the best evidence that they wantit is to subscribe for it, or ir already a uup- uoriber to renew btf...e their time ex- pires, until we get a "Mailer" we will mtopt the following planof notifying our subscribers when their time expires. Two XX will siginfy that you get two more papers. One X shows that yon got otw more, and the last paper will be marked tlmr* out. Ill every instance the p per will be stoped unless we heur from you. I ' T Life is a book of which we have but one edition. Let each day's actions, as they add their pages to the inde- structible volume, be such as we shall be willing for an assembled world to read. Many persons spend their lives en- deavoring to make a "big strike". The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 January 1889

I Lt. L A9H CJauwTir ftmr* EATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Cony, one year, ,p ,c sis months. M r I.' ' {• \1 :,X: BBfem f SK j of 1.1 Garden Seeds i'fi els. Doz. paPer Harp Bros. Atlanta Tex. I have the best line of Coffins und un- dertakers goods in East Texas. Orders 111 led at all hours at tliu lowest prices. J. 1). Johnson, Atlanta, Tex. In clothing the naked, if you can't ^reachlm: * W JMMl 4th. .Sunday J give them a full suit., give tlieiu a dute 11 o'clock and at night, I .. . .T. W. Erwtx, PaMor. \garraent; or U you fan do nothing norc give them a kind encouraging i'htirch and Lodge Directory. BAPTIST CHURCH. at Sunday School every Sunday at 9 o'clock. M. V Loonky, Supt. M.E. CHURCH. Preaching every 1st Sunday at 11 o'clock and at night. W. M. Rohbjnr, P. C. Sunday School every Sunday at o'clock. I). WU rt8b a.U0H, Supt. F. & A. M. * Andrew Jackson Lodge No. 88 meets every third Saturday at 1 oVloek, i . m. H. a. o'nbai., vv. m. C. A. Kbssblkr, Sec. K. ok H. Linden Lodge N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 29 January 1889

I ill ' j >' ,f w;W! . K;/ - " . . I*: ; / "The Pulley of Other Peoples." BY A GHANDMOTHKIt. Years ago, when I was a little girl I was sent to visit ray grandmother i the oouatry. She lived in a big, old fashioned farmhouse, differing greatl in every particular from my own utyl ish city home. I was profoundly and unpleasantly impressed with the heavy uncouth furniture, the coarse blu crockery, the high four-post end cur taincd beadsteads—-for this visit was long before the modern worship of the antique. I was not slow in asking questions, or making comments upon what I saw, generaly in a severely critical and disaproving spirit, which would have been as exasperating as it was ridiculous, had 1 been, in my grandmother's words, "of any airthly account, or wuth inindin'." Six can generly criticise seventy-six without runing any serious risk of hurting the feelings of the eldor party "Grandma* I don't think things taste so nice out of these queer plates "well, they hev good hullsome ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 February 1889

wttL, H < u VOL. XIV. AltE YOU BEADY. BV KHUN K. ltKXPOUD. Willie brought his little bible, With a grave and thoughtful look In the eyes he lifted to me From the pnges of the hook, "Tell me what this means, daar papa" And ho read me, from God's word, What it says of being ready ?or the coming of the Lord. fhen I told him of the meaning words which he had read, vas silent for a moment, t looked up at tpe and said, f,"are you ready, papa?'{ lie child could little know ^e simple question thrilled me jlmme, I answered, "No." au't tell when He's cqming, yAiuld think you'd want to be iways ready," said my Willie, Looking thoughtfully at me. If he came to-night and called you, You would have to say to him, 'I'm not ready.' Think, dear papa," And his eyes with tears grew dim. Then I clasped the darling closer, Smitten with a sudden fear; For the words which he had spoken Seemed to bring life's end so near. And ray heart cried, "O, my Master! There shall be no more delay; Make me ready fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 February 1889

ft#, !?■ 1 U'l}. VAnm Wkftrmht BtfM J. W. ERWIW, Editor and Proprietor. The Cam t'onuty Nun. |iiHill l«'<l every tuesutiy, In entered lit (lie Mml«u post" oltlee iin Het'onil i-Ihhn inntter. Tuesday Feb 1889. NOTICE. We are determined not to foroe our paper upon those who do not want it; anil the best evidence that the.v want it is to subscribe for it, or it already a sup- scribcr to renew before their time ex- pires, uptil we get a "Mailer" wo will adopt the following planof notifying our subscribers wht?n their tiniw expires. Two XX will slginfy that you get two more papers. One X shows that yon get oils more, and the last paper will be mar': • ' t:"'" >int. In every instance the p per wll be stuped unless we hear from >on. Bncouragemet. A Mcchauic was putting the roof on a three story building. In order to reach his work he had two long ladders spliced together, which leached from the ground to the caves of the house. While hammering away he was astonished to hear the vo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 February 1889

f f I' , '* *Ai's ¥'<><< i ,2 g.1: . €Us* CJOUWFIf ■ ,11,111. II. I mmgt SATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Sintfli Copy, one year, " six moatns,' - 75e. !"! .'!."■!? Clkiin liniiil Lwl^' directory. ■ BAPTIST CHURCH. Preaehiujf every 2ric| ami 4th, Sunday at 11 o'clock ami at nitrht. J. W. Erwin, Pastor. Sunday School every Sunday at 0 O'clock. M. V Loonby, Supt, M. E. CHURCH. Preaching every 1st Sumlay at 11 o'clock ami at night. W. M. Bobbins, p. c. Sunday School every Sunday at 9 o'clock. D. WUliTSBAUOH, Supt. P. & A. M. Andrew Jackson Lodge No, 88 meets every third Saturday at 1 o'clock, P. M. H. A. O'Neal, W. M. Kl JELKU, Sec. K. of H. Vdnden Lodge No. 3305 meets at the dtto Hall, the second and fourth Sa- ay nights of each month. J. C. flKNiikBSON, Dictator. TTI'-kwin. Recorder. 0. K. T. i Council No. 488 meets every f night at the ('o&rt'House.' P. s. Euehhakdt, W. P. UVI8, Sec. - ■ r Z".A LfOE.N'CE. , resolutions and tributes of ..given insertion at the rate utsallne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 5 February 1889

\ ■ i ■ - « . m W i i I EVEBY INCH A MAN Hlie hiiI on the porch in the BUiwhlne Ab 1 went ilowu Hie bliTet— A woman wlio-e hair was ,silver, Bill whom' t.ICO WHS bloSHlllll-ttwest, Making nits think of a garden, when in Hpite of thu front anil snow Of bleak November weather, Late, fragile lllifca grow. I heard a footstep behind me, And tile bound of a merry laugii, And 1 knew the heart it name from would he like a comforting btutl In tiie time and the hour of troulde, Hopeful and brave and strong; One of the hearts to lean on, when we think nil tilings go wrong. 1 turn '| t the click of the gate lutcli, And met his manly look; A face like his gives me pleasure, Like the page of a pleasant book, It told of a steadtast purpose, Ofa brave and daring will. A face will) a promise in it That, God grant, the years fulfill. He went up the pathway singing, I saw the woman's eyes Grow bright with a worldlecs welcome, As sunshine warms the skies. "Back again, sweet heart m ther," He cried, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 February 1889

7 VOL. XIV. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1889. i:r e ">:■ • . ■ WASHINGTON LETTER. i wouldn't take live minutes to dictate a (From Our Regular Correspondent) reply?" Feb. 11 288!) Probably nowhere in the world cau there be found more illustrations ot lie uncartaintles^of life than in thiB oity. Tlie departments contain many people whose life historys, if written, would readlike romances. • 4 In one bu- reau there are three women, allj about 50 years old, who patiently plod along day after day for salaries which are less than former allowances of pin money. One is the widow of a man who made a natioual reputation when brains were required to attain distinc- tion. LiRo most of the great men of his time, he lived up to his income and when he died his widow bad bare lv sufficient meanes to bury him. An- other was often the centre of admir- ing throngs at the receptions of her distinguished husband when he was gO.^inor of one of the most important titles in the union. He, too,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 February 1889

m - Wi ■■ "-V.W i ' ; j \ '-.ft; - ! OASi County * ■ v.* :•■ nr-'i -'-• *'• -J-,~ " j. \V. saWO, Editor and Proprietor. The chhm < outiiy *««■ i iH iinIh;.i ow) T„«N«ln)', l «nlcr«il*t !>«• Mullen uilu t' iin m-i uu«t oIuns lutttrr, -r- JDelinquent ilE ■•J ■ 4. ~#== y.m' Bkk,: ■ ?<+■,• itlip (By virtue of authority j the State of Texas, as •Tax Rolls of Cass Count property herein-after D \m. ifl me bv the laws of ,'Q,lk:otor of Cass County, C.Vs 1 Iiave, this day seized to'satisfy the Tax and Liid will by virtue of said Tucwday Feb 26m 1880. NOTICE. We are determined not iper upon those wh itlut the best evuien i« to 8ul Hcribu for it, seriber to renew b pires, until we net a adopt the following plan ?n to force our o do not want it; •that they want it jv It already a sup- fore their time ex- "Mailer" v.e will f iviAJ lying our j Static or Texas, ) County of Cash. and by virtue of the and levied upon the [ cost due there-upon for the year A Ltolls on the fifth day of inarch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 February 1889

"M VT r is CJou'WTir HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Eingia Copy, oae year ir 11 mmki months, $150. 75c. /■ / I ■ I 1 if Cliiit'chaixl Loilsc Directory. .BAPTIST CHURCH. 1'rcnc l dug every 2nd nod 1th, BunJuy uL 11 o'clock ami at night. J. W. Ebwin, Pastor. Sunday School every Sunday ut 0 o'clock. M. V LOONttYi Supt. M. E. CHURCH. Prvnohiiw every 1st Sunday at 11 o'clock'and at nlgiit. W. M. Bobbins, P. C. Sunday School every Sunday ift 0 ' ; . ' I). wubtsbauoh, Supt. H P, & A. M. - \ ndrcw .Idc'knon Lodge No. 88 meets rV third Saturday at 1 o'clock, 1'. M. H. A. O'Neal, W. M. C. A. Ki^feuiiKB, Sec. J; K. OK H. Linden Lodge No. 3805 meets at the n'ussino Hall, the second and fourth Sa- turday nights of each month. J. C. Hbndkkson, Dictator. J. \v. IIkwin, Recorder. IT. P. T. Linden Council No. 488 meets every tuuday plght at the Court,'House. P. S. Ebbbiiaudt, W. P. I.. I,. I$AVfS, Sec. "t License to Wed. A.M. Colter to Miss Mitiie E. Wright W. J. Harris to Miss Emblem Lein- inona, G. W....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 February 1889

!;mli '* \ \ 1 m® mm ; I I I I lli&, i ft | 1 $#'■ ; i I A ] l 'V Ik \ \ * Study of Current History That is to Hay. the newspaper, Pres- ident Anderson,of Rochester I ni\crsi- tv, once made the retn&rU (and it whs years before it became the fashion to Bay such things) that the systematic study of a good newspaper would be of a greater benelit to the student in school or college than any one of the studies prescribed by the school au- thorities; and President Anderson at that Mine recommended that the faith- ful study of current events, as present- ed in the newspaper, should be accred- ited to the student as so much accom- plished in the regular eurricuuhn of the schooll I again and again that your opinUu : cuts no figure in the ease "Well, my goon land! who said t j did?" cried the old lady Innocently. ■ "1 simply mrtid{ that it jwas my opinioi "Please leave the stand!" And as she did so, the old lady ! urned aml]sald, sharply: "Well, I've'' u'iiujfe I've prom! 1 got my opi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 March 1889

$fe&" HfO '""■'" . "r .. . ----- • " T '" | LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1889. NO 13. ••>••.■ •• • >• X AS. DO XT MARRY A M AN TO REFORM HIM. BY LIIjMK HHtiMMW. Don't marry a m 10 to reform him! To Goit and yojr owu nelf be truul □on't link to bin vlcea your virtue— you'll ruolt, dear girl, If you ilo. No matter Uow forvont 1)1b plcndlugi, t I!e uot by hi-. pruinlitan Ledi II bo can't be a muu while uwoolug. He'll uovor bo One when bo's wed! Dou't inurry a man to reform him— To repent it, alau, whou too lutol The mission of wlveo least uncceasfnl ' Is the making the crookod limbs atrnlgbt. Therc'H ninny amaldo-a has tried It, And proved It a failure at last; Hetter tread llfe'B pathway olon*, duar inaldon Thau wed with a lover that'3 "flint." Mankind's much the oame the world over; The txceptloiiB you'll Hud are but few; Whon the rale is defeat aud disaster The chances aro jreat against you. Dcmt ttttit ynur bright hopes for tbo future, The bouutlful crown of your you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 March 1889

cams courtt bun* JM.-.II KiBWfcmAr.-.taanPJ^-nrir i- M6 Tiawiv EawIH, Editor and Proprietor. vlm i'm* couutr man. pabllum mrj TneiMlfty, In mf«r<4«t Ikr Linden, pwat- ollW-e mm N«r«o<l tU>« auntie*. lin*Uav Mar 19., There are 4es than one thousaudi farms in Cass County and, there is enough territory (or just 14 4>0Qf far ins. Suppose that it was all taken up aHd fanning done on the intensive plan, can you circulate the result? The iron interest could furnish employment for 10,000 more families Can you cal- culate the result? Manufacturing interests would sup- port 50,000 to 500,000 more families; and all our towns would spring into Cities, Can. you calculate the re- sult? Is Swearing Gentlemanly? We not long since heard it remark- ed that a gentleman wonld not swear. This put us to*thinksg and we have come to this conclusion : Swearing is oftener the result of habit than otherwise, and while s gen- tleman may contract the habit, it does not form any part of his gentleman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 March 1889

c ssas -**• €4«S.€OUNTir iUK, bates OF SUBSCaiPTION: Single Copy, one year. ,r ,r six months, . $150. 75e. Church and Lodge Directory, BAPTIST CHURCH.# Preaching every 2nd and 4tli, Sunday at 11 o'clock and at iukIiI.. J. W. Ekwin, PaHtor. Sunday School every Huiulay at V o'clock. M. V Loonky, Hupt. M. B. CHURCH. Preaching every 1st Sunday at 11 o'clock and ut night. VV. M. robbxns, P. C. Huiulay School every Sunday at 9 o'clo<!k. D. WurTshauoii, Supt. F.4A. M. Andrew JnckHoti Lodge No. 88 meets every third Saturday at 1 o'clock, p. m. h. a. o'neal, w. m. C. A. Kbs8bt.br, Hec. K. ok H. Linden Lodge No. 3805 meets at the Cassiiio Hall, the second and fourth Sa- turday nights of each month. J. C. Hkndkbron, Dictator. J. W. E«win. Recorder. nil" iMiiiEii Linden Council No. 488 meets every Saturday night at the Court House.. Howaltn K. O'neal. W. P. W. H. Basseh, Hec. m iiv LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Obituaries, resolutions and tributes of respect are given insertion at the rate of five cen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 26 March 1889

. m \ _ >• ■ WWJmw* Si,'h BHI •liip W'j 'vr|r^l WapW mm > .'! I i' f t | I ftl Sp$! | • • I'M''-'v., 1 te^i; f JSfis jiJft? . .i> V.iW-A\flC!«• a' \ I im | V.| •'# !"!iJ_'L. . "" " (jou>kn Owhwxnitiks Foil Kindness. How lamentable that we should go through the world so misunderstan- ding one another, letting slip golden opportunities for glimpses into otheis boiler nature, whieh might have knit our hearts u> tin i a forever in a broli- erho d of love, and drawn lli« veil of charity over faults, which, in otu bliudnes, seemed to us without a virtue to balance then). Ll has ftc^n said that angels turn so ffowingly away from this soul-blind- ness of ours, and that fiends laugh over ll'.e final fall of dispair whieh our helping hand might at such moments have averted. Well for us all it is that He who is Himself without sin, more merciful than man, sees gathering tears in eyes that we deem hard and dry. Half the blessing of e.aatece lies in having frianda whom we can know...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 January 1907

: ''<>,s.-..yv Sjr: . ' PW 7„ I : , In lis Kti ri 1 |u I Inn lie to n Inch iv [wll\ In ml X. Il'il iff!, Jnn- III Iv Iks-. l.v; It. Flo. I At • j. K AsfeItW H^tt'tener A 1 \V)Vy IToVctrd to tlie foest .Liitor< \sts of t ho People. <M> t'rr ffnn VOL m. LjLiNfDfeN. IfEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22. 1907. wo. 4 '•t t'r .fWiA IIII) RATHEh BK IndicVKI). WANTED 1,000 ^rgnttiieffe, f6 organize t^e col-! One of the moist remarkable ut- Wed people oftfte Urn ted State*) tertrtices rtf Senator Ba*fey % to into The Negi'd TVrnfer f>nd La- be found in bis recent statement, "borers' 'ftcluV&tlonal, Co-Operti- ).h wfolcfc tie refers to an invest i- tfjve'tynion of ArneiHen. Clioi'teV- pinion. Ho net.nully bays: "I 'M by the State *<5f Texaft, find w'mfld "rnt-h'tfi* b<j mdiwi&d as acitf-' \N>py-Righted by the 1 nited jzen in private fife than tb he in- 'States, and ndofsfMj by th&^ice- vest igated as a Senatdr from (cfttiye C'^imlt t^c \*f t'fie White Texas, Vlrt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 January 1907

■Rf^; f%-:h JOHN JAggr V'lfc-' IB V-'-W' ■■■■■■ . : ',,1 #f ■ JT ' rfY&BjnJ* " ' $ l" " ■'• ■ ■■'i'!1 : 9SBSBBB W> Of RUINS vn / LINDEN, TEXAS I."111.' J.' ' "3 ALL OVER TEXAS Sir Thomas Lipton bus offered a cup for a yacht race in Hampton roads during the Jamestown K>. position. The Canadian Pacific Railroad (steamship Company has placed a con- tract in Liverpool for the building of a steel freight steamer for the Skag- way route. It is stated by many of Thos. 13. Love's friends that lie will be a can- didate for the Democratic nomination lor congress to succeed Hon. Jack A. Beall in 190S. Epiauoff, the man who attempted 1o assassinate the master of the house of Grand Duchess Elizabeth, recently, v.'as tried by a drum-heard court mar- trial at Moscow and executed. George H. Brigham and Roscoe Sca- ly, both young men, fought with re- volvers at a street corner In New Iber- nia, La., until Brigham was killed and Sealy wounded four times. The cause of the quarrel is not know...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 January 1907

<!' tl * ~r f' \ / I m I t; .- << BOXES ARE WORTH SAVING. Fa rimers' Co-Operative Union Of America THE PIG IS THE THING TEXAS SWINE BREEDERS TO MEET IN VAN ALSTYNE. LETS PLANT MORE PICS" The Porker Is the Builder of Prosper- ity and the Smasher of the Mort gage. Van Alstyne, Tex., Jan. 14.- -The •Committees having In charge the ar- rangements for the State meeting of the Swine Breeders' Association, which is to bo held ncro on the 15th and 10th inst., report everything in readiness for the occasion. President CJus W. Thomasson of the Business Mens' ■League has called upon the citizens •of the town to unite In a special ef- fort to make the meeting a memor- able one, and to all appearances thds will be done. On Tuesday morning the opening session will be held In Carter's Op- era House, when addresses of welcome will be delivered by tne Mayor of .the city and the president of the Business Men's League, which will be respond- ed to by Col. Aaron Coffee of McKin- «ey. The regul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 22 January 1907

"H CsbA OA83 COUNTY SUN John Banger, K d i tor & Proprie tor Proceeding# of the Commission - ens Court. J At the January tpecinl session j uf the Commissioners Court,. m !<r* 1 ■' \ r 1 FV i which convened Inst ^Wednesday, the following proceedings were had, with a full Court breaent. The County Judge was ordered to collect the past due land six months, ' ' 60c. notes, principal and interest, or If not paid in advance lOcts por month., faUmg therein totukeiiew notes. Obituary notiaes and cards of thanks | Work Oil the Public Iloads was indefinably pgvtpon Following Official bonds' " VISCOUS rv SUN |>nl>il«liriUv(>ry luatdHr.li ruinrfil m ili * i.iudeu p«m ot'.km i> rcohtl i'Ih«n inuiier SATES or SUBSCRIPTION: linsls Copy, one fear, cash inadvanco $i, will be Inserted at two-aud-a-halfceuts per line. Were We want a correspondent in approved. every locality of Cn.«s Write for information. Co. Kingston, capital city of the Island of /mnaica, was utterly destroyed by ...

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