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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 September 1898

flulHH ^ -£ tgl mm pm-; mm §j§ — NO. 5. . _JL^=r= SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX.^CsEPT. 8, 1898. TEXAS UNIVERSITY. GETTING EVEN. I- p SPSS! Wmmm- IfiBgr your cotton our patronage .JssPt -fe-i r. ids; rv: ?% - * 1 fiaB: JpSffiP ** V" b-4i^ The report of the Pres'dent and The other day Faculty of the University of Texas went a-fishing. "for the session of 1897 and 98 has been received. It contains a full stopped at a cabin near the road- statement of the work, equipment and needs of the Departments of Literature, Science and Arts," of Law, of Medicine, and of Engineer- During the past year the Univer- has received a gift of a $40,000 building to be used as a dormitory by the lady stutients at the Medi- cal Department; the Regents have ordered the construction of the East Wing to the main building at Austin. The addition is now near- ing completion. Two thousand books have been added to the Li- brary, and the scientific labora- tories have ail received substantial additions to their eq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 September 1898

1RS.J To a stand- illy solicited. From Capt. Walker. recmct Camp Wickhoff, Montauck Point, Long Island, Sept. i, 1898 Dear brother sticker: I have a little leasure this morning as I am on duty as admitting Surgi to 18 wards in the general hospital /&t this place. My duty now is to Xake name, Co., Reg., etc and send patients to the wards that have empty betfs. We furloughed and sent home 30*0 menyes- , can't say how many/ we can get to-day. This is a terrible place , it makes my hear^ bleed to sp6 ' country pieo and comrades ' " Pepper medicin^and gross negligence and medical staff. Ri New York I cannot >r typhoid fever, or to wash out the bowels the two rere, 3S1: Tell & ifordhaus- pp^^os., Polasek & Bezec- ig, Struve, Otto & W^erth, L. Eruve, and Neese. The following County and officers reports were approve ordered to record: L. Smith, Const. Prec. No. 1, H. C. Ledbetter, J. P. Prec. No. 1, Conrad Bertsch, J. P. Prec. No. 2, F. C. Knipj pel Const. Prec. No. 2, C....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 September 1898

BR ■ B' ] mmjji mmm Wmmm. ) i mm 4|ip §Sp H0M ^s£i ... - One Car o LWm iHSffS Ml mm s inquire at Geo. Hoeffert. 3 sorry to note that Mr. r is confined to his bed ipernong wine is rich Try a bottle. . "At Sengelmann Bros. s finkenstien of Fla- yisiting the writer's ie new store (Proetzel • every thing in the dry ' " ' s Forres returned from brothers family at lay nigl Hamburger Grade canned Wrba Sons, by wagon were 2918 Sf||lffP H r Levey, high grade 3e, Eddy's goods. t P. Yeager and her two aughters, of Flatonia, ; friends here and at . _. _. k. cold drinks at Wil- you can get the worth Everything kept and the chil- Mr, C. Stoffers, one of Flatonia's oldest and most, prominent busi- ness men was elected mayor at a special election held there Tues day. ^ J'' > > If the deople of Schulenburg and surrounding countrv want a good natural mineral water, that does what is recomended, they want to try Carrizo Springs Water. The Sticker is sorry to note that C. F. W. (Fadding) Helmcamp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 September 1898

i irTitifniVT'T-Tiriiii Mai l. Carlisle. JRT. ' 3W& Denmart. COURT. L. Davidson, J. N. " OFFICERS. H. Teichmueller. y, J. L. Storey. C- L, Neese. ce the fifth Mond2y af- in March and Sep- Dntinue six weeks. OFFICERS. iger. faison. Klatt. roi>s Lod<£e, No. 195. AF&Affl Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited to attend. R. S. TjtffNER, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. I. 0. 0 F. SSL Kinnon. ; County Court on , April, Tuly me three weeks, mmissioners Court ' in February, fovember. JRTS. Justice constable. . Court ' M«nday in each Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient Brethren are cor- dially invited to visit, M. C. Levey, N. G. N. L. McKinnon, sec. illustrated articles, etc. CT * " .. NEWS, for 12 mon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 6 October 1898

ftxci MEET ■' i^aa m . S). v " HHl -■ ■'.", .-v^-s.'-■ • *r m&BMf 8CHULENBTJRG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., OCT. 6, 1898. Price ^ £■ mmsm Sen u ten burg Situated half way between San Antonio and Houston/ has 1200 inhabitants; electric lij: plant; three good gins; com pre and cotton-seed oil mill; goo schools; good hotels and solid busir houses. It is the best and healtl town iVi Fayette county. This paper is the official organ of the county. , ■ . ired bale. to gin yi-ur cotton 0 gin ,You H""■ our patronap PARTIAL LIST OF GOODS ! wi gig gg - Hi SSl 'ER. w r-''>'-v" ' - m■ r;.- v-; Sr \t 81 .* « skey faily Selected stone Spring bot- supervision of fi n e skies richness of Buy Ken- the Distiller ibsolutely pure jy sick room. SAM H. HANCOCK, JR. Tbe aboye is taken from a photograph of Sam H. Hancock, jr. the 11-year old. eon of Lieutenant Sam H. Hmcock, of troop H 1st Texas Vol. Cavalry, as he rode with the. Lane Rangers (Troop H) from Laredo to Brownsville, a distance of 261 miles, on h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 6 October 1898

' - , S3 gf Dr. I. E. Clark. MILLERS. )ur cottQD into a stand- ee respectfully solicited. . : L- -: M3a®&'M EtKiS i ■M who THE HIT DOG HOWLS. Some of our Exchanges, make a big fuss about I heir democ- racy, but never say a word in its fav;>r, and never let an opportuni- ty slip by to mention what Mr. Hawley, the republican nominee from the tenth district, and his coons are doing.make us heartily tired. We suppose if the demo- cratic nominee would call Haw- lev's hand and go him several dol- lars better they would then whis- tle a different tune. Great News- papers—Scbuleuburg Sticker. Sometime, early in the campaign, we remember reading.a paragraph in Sticker that read in substance about as follows: ''Though the Sticker is a democratic paper and believes the principle in the Chi- cago platform is the only relief for the American peopl|, we must ad- mit—though he bo $ republican— that Mr. Hawley has made the Tenth district a good congress- man." We read all the democrat - ic, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 6 October 1898

V-KXf;.. 1" LANE BANGERS' HOME COMING. >'£& My stock is now complete in all branches, " * 'to enumerate all. I am prepared to meet any legitimate competition. Can always BARGAINS in all lines. At present would especially call attention OF TEXAS OATS rained and it is time to plant. the White Swan flour and other brands. *-7 It ,, 1 , / WwB§!&. Sale inquire at Geo. Hoeffert. lost a leather belt and get same at Catsup at Vedder's. jlters and Marie Shiner visiting i to arrive to-day Feast and Ger- plaee October the p Herring, Rus- mops and Salt . Graf & Co. of Moravia, one iber's of the week and up. 5 clothing and received, . Prices lipek Bros. 1 FULL BLOODED.—Holstein cows for sale with young calves. Good milchers. Apply to Dr. I. E. Clark. We printed and mailed 2000 copies of this week's Sticker, the next week's issue will be 2500 cop- ies. FARM FOR RENT.—For money or part crop, 50 to 60 acres. Ap- ply to H. C. Burger, 4 miles south east of Schulenburg. 9-22 3t. Great p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 6 October 1898

IlItKtp} Meets in-Jay t n or I re the (ir-t fi:i! in Mm hi each m Traiis- ii u] breihrfii arc e>i hil y invited JR. S. Tan mien, :ing, See't. H. Lodge No. 1501. on 1st and 3d Monday in month. Transient brethren the city respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator, ling, Secretary. % RN STAR LODGE, NO V • bJLJ ' " regularly each Tuesday Transient Brethren are cor- visit. M C. LEVEY, N. G. ron, sec. 15UMM 0.(1. M.S. Krkiliguath Loge . NO. 14. Mite Ver- sammiuu-; jejden Oonnerstag f vox Vollmond und 14 tage danach. H. Beneker, Praesident. • ID No. 120. \ - Never were thin lawn and organdy gowns more dainty than this year, the yards upon yards of lace and rufflings used on them en- hancing the loveliness of the materials, which are almost as fascinating when plain in deli- cate hues as when beautifully patterned in made up after late modes presented in Th$ Delineator. The skirt is nine-gored and each gore is shaped in a scollop at the bottom, a pretty ruffle trimming on the founda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 13 October 1898

[ M I I® 1111 fgiplgg Texts University P9R-, ■k IpI •• i\~ J p.-.,-' I M%\ fpw f NO. 10. -V"*^t t ;V£-~^ -C-.'-'iS; SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., OCT. 13, 1898. Price Situated half way between San Antonio and Houston, has 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill: good schools; good hotels and solid business houses. It is the best and healthiest town in Fayette county. This paper is the official organ of the county. HE §§§§pl illllSili A CONVENIENT INNOVATION WmM Appreciated Change in Postoffice Money Order Department. MAY BE DRAWN ON OFFICE OF ISSUE. ■ fe: red to gin your cotton patronage §381iS^ \7~A 'Tf-ejp&S'H n m 'imm IlilillS J Wlmm: "SfefjJ 11 money order offices to allow inon- remitter, and In favor of the same ey orders to be drawn on the office l)Il.vt-ei on any one postoffice of the ,of issue. The order reads as fol- fourth class, money orders amount- ire' G-nbds. mm ■' r> -*>• ~ jp** • + iaiwsi Union. An extrac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 13 October 1898

V v"j — John Wrazel, Dr. I. E. Clark. to Gerla Bros:) Y- .GIN]SteRS & MILLERS.! to turn out your cotton into a stand- in short order. ~ ~ Your patronise respectfully solicited. mlllM ANY AND DO NOT FAIL S. MWiSHPI — | I. iM$.r"? ptfc alar De- inform lied to it dis- til, 'aal Judge s vengeance of a is posing guardian of have nev- that the Bo- a thout a griev- e. If Haidusek was the uaian in this country his would not be above that of an ordinary Jackass. But the fact that he boosts that he carries ohemian votes in his poefcet gives him a which he is not entitled his men. Show us one nation one man controls them ;d we will show you a class will justly merit the contempt ly people who have freedom Where is there a nationality in i county, where one man claims to carry their vot« in his pocket. Years ago G. Schermack carried the negro vote of this coun ty in his pocket and he used it for -Now for Haidusek at this day and time to try to ape Shermack and try to exeroipe the same power...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 13 October 1898

My stock is now complete in all branches, it is hard to enumerate all. I am prepared to meet any legitimate competition. Can always -«er BARGAINS in all lines. ' . . At present*would especially call attention to one car of* J' ^ ~ ~ ^ _ -l&fcsNi PROOF TEXAS OATS It has rained and it is time to plant. I Handle the White Swan flour and other brands. : ke a look at this? following prices before reduce my stock, I put the JRricea mean per Can. .% 10 . 12* Ex. Fancy Pears Extra Fancy xjiarge ins . v. . Hpg| . *r* . . • «• bottles. 17* 17* 10 17* 10 12* 30 Fresh Deviled Crabs Fresh Clams Fresh Shrimp . Fresh Crown Lobsters 20 boxes Sardines 4 pkgs Corn starch 6 Lamp Chimneys........ Victor Baking Pjpwder llbC Molasses best grade Vinegar " " the 20 15 15 25 00 25 25 15 40 40 over this list and if you need anything call on me, and let :s be known, and I will deliver your purchases to your house, leantime remember the above prices are strictly CASH. p §§§£ :SPECTFULLY, W.WILLIAMS. -for S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 13 October 1898

.■pi in - .--... .• g... 'i i .I'ft v I Lyops Lod^e, No. A M Meets on Sat- urday on or be- '•f>re the first full 'moon f in each month. Trans- ient brethren arc coiinily invited J.N. rs^Q [ondzy af- to attend. R. S. Tanner, vv. m. Fbed. Ebeling, Sec't. : m No. 1501 mm I « Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the-city respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator. Ebeling, Secretary. . - . • - mm L tmmm . ImMmk r I 1 Slli WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. I. 0. 0 P. [eets regularly each Tuesday Transient Brethren are cor- visit. M. C. Levey, N. G. . McKinnon, sec. ; Bill / I Jr' 'J* O.d.HS. L Fbeiliobath Loge Almost all women may now affect tailor- made gowns, the various designs being ! adapted to all types and the blouse jackets NO 14 proving a desirable choice for slender women. ti^elrn iflfsr« Ver- ^ blouse Eton jacket and ^rac®fy1 aki£ iifcg .lmaesi^e ver un{t8<j ]n this toilette , are late modes pre- sammlung jeden seated in The Ddineafdr and form a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 13 October 1898

g TV f /|Li i 1 im : « ii Ea nta; g - * ^' - >>,-;? 7 . & ;.; • :;; ■>> ^ > •;{; 'c~ i'tr-,\<x Jg £ - II ' - 1 "v * ; S | > $3&&8s&&t>*t ^SsralpS&s1 \'%2fF *•"". : * <- #§L;«- " - i-t P "" I* ■ r. no. io. schulenburg, fayette co. tex. oct. 13, 1898. ESTATE TRANSFERS- >m Oct., 3 to Oct., 10. foung and wife to F. C. Young, acres, M. Woods league. $ioo. Eh MiCan et al to Jno. A. Mene- jacres. Livi Bostic league. $1600. la and wife to John Lane. ed,47o acres, Duff league, i68>£ fauling league, 29}4 acres, Cot- je, 102 % acres, Rumley league, fest in 123 ap-es, Rumley league, [. Horton league, 99 acres, and feague, $10. trustee, to J. Sima, deed. 470 ►uff league, 168^ acres, Pauling )yi acres, Cottle league, io2>£ sy league, % interest in 123 nley league. 70 acres, Horton acres. Daniels league $10. ima to Anna Sima.' deed, 470 league, 168 *4 acres, Pauling acres. Cottle league, \o2% iley league. 70 acres, Horton 1 acres, Daniels...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 20 October 1898

■Ittf'-aHi . r&" ggfp i 57^ sMsis ts - fe -1 Sp 1 IIKS --£< i sis '" •• • NO. 11. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., OCT. 20, 1898. Price $1. t Schuienburg Situated half way between San Antonio and Houston, has r2op inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill: good schools; good hotels and solid business houses. It is the. best and healthiest town in Fayette county. This paper is the official organ of the county. mm ■ n§@ n ynur cotton Your patronage >er. "is,! ^pi || Before It Is Too Late. 1 V ~ ' ■ ; If you've a gray-haired mother In the old home far away— Sit down and write the letter You put of?" day by day. Don't wait until her tired steps Reach heaven's pearly gate— But show her that you think of her Before it is too late. If you've a tender message, Or a loving word to say. Don't wait till you forget it. But whisper it to-day. Who knows what bitter memories May haunt you if you wait- So make your loved One hapj*y Before it is t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 20 October 1898

Wm. wB8& John Wrazel, Dr. Is E. Clark. Ms dusek was snowed under by such a decided majority that he has never recovered from it. In his conduct j since then he reminds us of the story | of Bob Jocelyn of Tennessee. Bob j was a sturdy blacksmith and by per- ! si:? tent application to his trade he ac- ; cumulated quite a nice sum of money. I He concluded to go to New York and CHOOSE YE BETWEEN THEM. The contest in the Tenth congres- sional district is fast becoming a nation- al matter. The eyes of the state and nation are upon the democracy of this district. In a contest in which such grave issues are involved, can any dem- Us to Geria Bros.) - GINNERSiJ & MILLERS.! into a stand- ociat who loves this land of freedom ; lay in a good supply of iron for his prove recreant to the high duties im- !shop. But while in New York he , pOSed upon him by his party and re- came across a bankrupt stock of curry j fuse to rep0rt for duty on the morning of the 8th of November. It is the death...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 20 October 1898

: /V- Wams&t&BEIk-i. '"- \ JP I X'.r*rT'1\i '■$jg0g£ SBMSsis MfesMiwsSB& HUli igV j^f.' §8 S'^ wmwm&: jgSjfeat- -, |1 V&> '' I ,-.- - W - ■ v-igsi r*-*^ i- H-;? . ~! .:>f-S — ■ v H tS;§5: r «r' ^ V-^l^ t Hue of capes, (cloth, al*o plain r ranging from .$15. Ore** good* in all weight a and colors ' at price* that will meet anybody* de- tire*. ■ of Blanket* that can not f in Sehnlenhnrg a* to qnali- tprice*. V:, ■ , mm :ake a look at this? In order to reduce my stock, I put the people. „ ^ ~ following prices before the following Price* mean per Can. Peaches Ex. Fancy Pears Extra Fancy in large bottles... String beans .... Russian Caviar. Look over this list and if Straw berries t 10 121 17* 17* 10 17* 10 m 30 you Fresh Deviled Crab? 20 Fresh Clams 15 Fresh Sbrimp 15 Fresh Crown Lobsters..... 25 20 boxes Sardines 1 00 4 pkgs Corn starch 25 6 Lamp Chimneys 25 Victor Baking Powder UbC 15 Molasses best grade 40 Vinegar " " 40 need anything call oft me. and let r ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 20 October 1898

PO^ • r "?/ gig* ••v. Lyoi^s Lod<Je, No. 190. M F<& AlH DRESS ECHOES OF THE WEEK. A NEW TRIUMPH. ham. ,l"r- Hakcr. ffi t. Carlisle. IE COURT. Gaines. j. Brown. ' G. Den man. ITE COURT. . J., W. L. Davids n, j. N. Associates. UCT OFFICERS. : >t.. H. TeichmueHcr. •. J- h- Storey. , C- L, Necse. S le fifth ..Mi'ncby af- ny in Match :md Scp- six weelcs. r OFFICERS. Meets on Sat- urday ■ u or te- s w :in? first l\.ii Uiaun in et '-n nu-tii} . Trans- ient brethren..an* t.itiiillv in ft ted to attend. K. S. Tan n Kit, w. Fiusd. Ebkling, Seo't. K. of H. iai' Court on f, April, July itinue three weeks, commissioners Court to idays in February, if wember. T ^0I 8. T. Willrich, Justice 12 in each ty-> No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon-, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. I. 0. 0 P. Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient Brethren are cor- dially invited to vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 27 October 1898

Is m WBBm& Islfe Tel* VJoWersity ." ■?. • ;j^,- __ • - ' •*§£ ■*' 11111 lis ill . -. \,.!V ' -7- -— ' . • • " • ' "■" . ■• ' 'S.aHWv v- . . V NO. 12. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., OCT. 27, 1898 KBi§!s^; ■■■' to gin your cotton Your patronage isms -; PiSSfe 5 of Btlt. &■':!' esaPg H^BIMBl^S^ll Hfe . I H: ismi USPS HALEY'S FINANCIAL VIEWS, j In his speech at Weimar, Wednes- day of this week Mr. Hawley not only unqualifiedly indorsed the single gold standard and charged the democrats with seeking to foist a "debased" currency upon the country, but argued that there was a sufficiency of money in circulat- ion, as the per capita was now $2-5 for the Nation! It has no more ef- fect on men of Mr. Hawley' s party associations than pouring water on a ducks back, to answer his per cap- ita argument by pointing to th6 fact that the vast bulk of the money of the country is tied up in the National treasury and Eastern and other banks, and for all pract- ical purposes might as well be d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 27 October 1898

rxl pf I" 4 1 John Wrazel, Dr. I. E, Clark. w-~w„„ors to Gerla Bros.) ^wtfagjag . ; |p -J GINNERS & MILLERS. to turn out your cotton into a stand- in short order. - .' - |§g t ||jJ Your patronage respectfully solicited. wwwiffwin? I iut Sale aw® it Bedroom Sets, i Grade Bedsteads, feslcs |L ■■■■ 5 r o T1 H X m ™n > m o c 05 c. O X z D m m 30 m "0 r 0 1 </> 'Wm$m t issue Rev. Gary of himself aeainst -0- n * is a colored man I and is The trouble . Hawley is that " mmm colored man in his dia- and this promise he nplied with. The ne- ' have been ig- and they pro- their displeasure 3g him to stay at home. View a few days agoMc- H'A% «r W t MB re- ail idusek vote ive also will the re- we the Bo- demo- ite of is being daily old all speak' upon them it would be They would language They and it to discern when > to keep the I continue r the mil, $£?£/•„>, ■ * - Texas said that he the iOth district for He said they proposed to on the cooling propose ~ to him *m the coming co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 27 October 1898

g||p* r wit mittelg erp^ter, grofer ©teuerfoften aufJommen fotten. $>ie cepuBlifatuftfje $artei |at bieStuSbeljnuttg unferer @rens §en auf iljre galjne gefdjrie&en, unb ttrirb |>err Ijatotety fo ift ba3 eine ©timme me|r in bie* fen Strubel, in roeldEjem fidj bie fanifdje Ration jefct befinbet. mrte^, al3 ein republi!ani= VSieprafentcmt, ?ann cb fid) ben SDiftaten feiiter ei mdjt entjie^en fonnen, unb i\ iDtrb nnfere fceien Sns ten, tote fie unS tarn ©eorge tgion fibettiefert toutben, in ©oben&ernidjtcn. 2Ber feme |>eimati|, bag Sonb, ';nt er leBt unb fterBen aufridjtig liebt, loaijle im SDiffrift an biefem Sdjeibe* 28. ©. SRobfon. s Troubles of His Own. Engle, October the 15, 1898. Sticker: \ "C"^ JJ, * much talk in our county of doii't understand, first ommissionares, have they to give any contrackt out then they are elected? if not is unconstushanel. It bin better they would have ve some of this money, that want to work on the 10 cents an our then the be little de...

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