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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Record — 20 July 1889

T J t°r the improve ment of farms hiu! runcho*, and the discriminating railway tariffs on lumber operate with peculiar hard- ships upon our people, and Whereas, Texas possesses tin* finest. and most extensive bodies uf -uperior iron ores known to exhibit, within tho limits of the republic; iiud Whereas, tin- demand for iron productions in Texas cannot well be reckoned in figures. m>gr iiii is that demand ¡ bet. l v reason .if unjust discrimination arid oxees ivo lulls the development of the iron itulus try of the state is forbidden to its pec pi" a lid to oittnide capitalists, mid the state'. v,(sl wealth in li*<r iron still sleeps undi. tnrhed in the bowels of the earth ¡ and A hereiis, by n msoIi of what we believe to be excessive and burden- some rate tolls charged by the trans- portation ciBM'imies of the siate, a sum over Himiibuve the legitimate railway tolls, is exacted from the people of this state, greatly in ex- cess of hi id very much higher than rates charged in st...

Publication Title: Weekly Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Record — 20 July 1889

müiT gut ali "tijp ty e branches and build. According '^a my text we must fo up into th«y mount and bring olive ranchos. WhaUfoes that menu ? The olivo treo grows in wami till maten, and it reaches the height of twenty or twenty-two foot, a- straight stem, urn! then an olFslioot from Hint stem. And then peopl'o come, and they ■trip otr these branches sometimes, and when in timo of war tho general of one army takes ono of these olive branches and goes out to the general of another army, what does that mean? Why, it means, unsaddle the vvur chargers. It means hang up, the war knapsacks. It is but a beautiful way of saying. Peace I Now, if we are today going to suc- ceed in building this gospel arbor, wo must go into tho Mount of God's bless- ing. and fetch the olivo branches, and ■whatever elso wo must have, wo must have at least two olive brunches- neace with God and neaco with man. When 1 say peace with God, I do not mean to represent God as a bloody chieftain, huving a grudge again...

Publication Title: Weekly Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Record — 20 July 1889

!i| \vi I VjTÜVK < m fIk-* w.'Ht she, ¡11 the «I l>y I lie < ;liit«ít H)i i I, we - yon want in tli<< line of ,!iy u,IO(]s 0I. GENERAL MERCHANT Fr Hell A Smith'* ])ru« Stfl fllKl.L. M 1).. 0 recently oc^vslf.1AX AN.„ s|!1H5KON> |> «-verytiniiiior. Texas. kuV (Mliee ait t'lw:s. Willi*'<lnigtftore; resi ileiico,'¿Oí homier Avenue, Offer* Ills professional nerviees to the citi- zens of Tyler nml vicinity. Calls answered day or night. V "'"V. " 11111 of GROCER ./tluni. Irj public ¡ire •ciiniinlly invited In.'irtei's, rliei'e we will <li ¡Hill new <i<> uní- ntm ■SLACK. chas. v. johnson. rk<> m. johnson. s. i). Tes. , , „ js & Johnson, Johnson, Rg/ q -p«-r p RE" AI ' M aBaJlleC,ing Aeen,S' ' *^71 S^NT. FE ROUTE! in Effect October 21, 1888. Time Cf XOETttWABfti | SOI'TIIWAKD. STATIONS. "OMKIlVir.H! * "AN ANTONIO liX. DAILY. < :8M «.111 I Oil ll.ln 1 4.1 p.lii "tir.v MAII, * ■«XPHKSS. KANSAS CITY' liXI'HKss BVi> "AII'V ■ ¿ay ! i «.in..., f...

Publication Title: Weekly Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Record — 20 July 1889

1 -i h n#- v. *v \ must got all the jfree branches ami j (or the build. According tujxuf le*t wn «iinTW. >y"i orn nn into til**- M 11 Vhíís.^Ko'Wrn u very lenghty intorv.iew In the Newsos, Judge George Clark. Waco, In most vigoran^-« f<> ' to the railroad °_uJ!S8Bnffi amendment to the constitu- tion which simply confers upon the leg- islature In undisputed terms the power to establish a commission of this char- acter. The amendment will be voted upon at the nest general election. Judge (Jlark has been very fortunate In having bis opposition to other grave proposi- tions vindicated by tho people, but lot us remind hlin that It Is a long lane that never turns. In the lane he trav- els lit present ho will probably strike a turn. It Is useless and seemingly senseless to discuss such questions thus far lu advance of determining them. Bat us Judge Clark In one of the lending railroad attorneys and most active poli- ticians In the state, we may regard his interview as being a soun...

Publication Title: Weekly Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Record — 20 July 1889

{ 75 IMPOBED TEA SES — Decorated, (44 peices) consisting of 1 dozen cups and saufcers, 1 dozen plates, 2 cake plates, 1 bowl, 1 tea pot, 1 sugar bowl, 1 cream pitcher—all different colors—for - - - $3.00 50 CHAMBER SETS, 12 Pieces, same ware, $3.00 600 SETS &0BLETS, at 26c per set! 240 GLASS SETS- onsisting of 1 butter dish, 1 sugar bowl, i cream pitcher, 1 spoon-holder, for 25C Per set- A Carload ol Stone China Ware to lie Soli at 50 Gents (ON THE DOLLAR.) 600 Pictures, hilt MtJl'i.PINiiS, VOl'K ('HOICK Picture Frames OF ANY SIJiE Made to Order. J-tf* Don't fail to givo us a call, for' w ¡h your timo to gel big recluc- ' ion on all goods that we handle. ) y Repect fully. Cups and Saucers at 25 Cents per Set! Plates at 25 Cents per Set! COVERED DISHES, 37 ,.s CENTS ! FORMER PRICE, 75 CENTS. BOWLS AMD~PÍTOHERS, 75 OTS. All thi.s w.'ire mn*t 1>e *old ¡it Fifty Cents on the i)ol!;ir. Full line of Glassware at ¡1 l'ii: íleduetioi:. ALSO A BIO REDUCTION ON LAMPS, CHANDELIERS/. 11 ...

Publication Title: Weekly Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Record — 20 July 1889

was PTsSfrt a vur* '««if-od from „...ai liour with Willie or. Everything went on ««ii ¿11 ilay and Willie was flattering himself that he was going to escape ill luck for once, but she lurks around us when wo aro least conscious of her pres- ence. It was nearly night and a rain set in, a rain that frone to everything and made the traok very slippery. A young lady who often went down on Willie's car asked to be left off at the avenue and Willis rang the bell. She stepped off, but as fate would have it another car was coming from the opposite direction, the track was «lippery, a new driver waa managing the brake, and instead of stopping, as U the usual etiquette in such a case, the car came on. Willie standing on the step took in the situation at a glance, ana though he was always slow he made this the exception. He jumped from the car and almost threw the girl from the track just in time to save her, bat he slipped and fell and waa ground under the horses' feet and the erual wheals, t...

Publication Title: Weekly Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Record — 20 July 1889

iñb f,1 DRESS GOODS L> fwOODS: ijí^ 75 Pieces Genuine Imported Bradford Beige Mixtures—in stripes, checks and plaids, plain and figured to match! THE BIGGEST DRIVE IN THE MARKET Our price, 10 Gents Sold all over at 15 Cents. LACES LACES • LACES If you want a black lace dress this season, here is the place to buy! COME AND SEE OUK STOCK AND BE CONVINCED ! l'2-inch black Spanish guipure lace flouncing, j Another lot of Spanish guipure lace flouncing, every thread silk,full regular marie, never ¡ every thread silk, at $1.00 per yard— s.lW uruler $1.25. Will go at 75 cent 1 Veally cheap at $1.75 a. yard. ^«MrrTv i i i i • , Chantilly lace flouncing, 42-inch, from $1 to 1 and a Kenl Bargain! ■ j,4 ,¿r KXljUISITK DESIGNS! Embroideries: Embroideries: What do you think of this for A Regular Screamer 50 Pieces* Swiss Embroidery Flotiti- tup, 45-inch Swiss Skirting, BÜ-inch work—never was mmIiI tinder $100. ABE IiAlilUS is truing ii> for «lorv this week and will lot them go at 50 co nts...

Publication Title: Weekly Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Record — 20 July 1889

m i.« i Dr,10L¿-<U! Itu her \£éii- wns bUjX^ust stopped at to lisie if ho was iictu.«C ami wondered if Mary thought como to her wedding. ^ mro1 * ./ Lfg "No, I do nottV.' "rv " from the tiling thereof In this ■\ >i i >|ip n. .<$*.<7 w v ««*,. £"! • rfeWW: iff." " ab! rSSirti a vertJWtCia from the tfour with Willie «auctor. Everything went on said, and ..«ti ail day and Willie was flattering did no himself that lie was going to escape ill place, and perüap¡4,i¡„ is " di?j," Oatter to be contented with oatwmr- roundiogs enjoying tho good,! ovei- tfilrty davs' It is further ordered r _ mid decreed by £tve«e®eea,?^"irtTIt rÍ3. I the court tlmt a printed form of petition things are fIf ,0br I be furnished the claim department or and perhupa.i:- is tho owners of stock and ¡mimáis killed In luck for once, but she lurks when wo are least conao''«' Kit «nee. It was PeoPle in, a rajralive and in a "<5S nJ^jondition. The health is very good. We have about got the tipper hand ...

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