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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Augustine News — 27 October 1892
<?/,' , . ' ' \ 4 >, -• >:n A % •< 2 **ilv ■ ■ @Sjc <$*«« Jtjip0tinc líenlo. VOLUME 5. SAN AUGUSTINE* TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1MI2. NUMBER" MEN'S PALL / WINTER SUITS ,v' OVER Coat '£3 ■-.-r $5lO S12 IS iDolleips IN LATEST STYLES OF OASSIMEllES, CHI£VI02'S WORSTEDS, DIAGONALS AND CORKSCREW, SACKS FROCK AND CUTElVWAYS- Mammoth O í c:>t Ixits t~ THE ONLY ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE IN SOUTHERN TEXAS, Main and Congrosj Street HOUSTON TEXAS' j-Ccl Kitini, W. P. PRICE, WITH S. G. DREYFUS & CO, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN.... DRY GOODS NOTIONS SHOES -^CLOTHING mr- BOOTS & HATS. Will visit San Augustine at intervals of 60 to 80 days with a complete line of samples and as low prices as can be given from any mar- ket. ©or. S ©rocljct St. : : : : LA. SHREYEPORT, ,VcKiuley Prosperity. According to President Harrison everything is prusporous under the McKiiilov tariff. 7 s it ovidonco of prosperity that 40,000 workmen dur- ing August were on a strike or lock- ed out y I?. it...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Augustine News — 27 October 1892
• • • ••• tan auguitnii s ! on the path of mars. AM. E. IUCUCHNIT. WvC HOW* OUR 8I8TER LOOPS AROUND THE SUN. t / IN AUGUSTINE. TK.K .♦ in. •* Tilinte I f.txurdity in tha asiump tlon tlmi literary worlcera, eo called, uro bnda worker* In any peeullat sense. Kvery earnest lawyer, physi- cian. artist and business man works with his brain at truly as the writers of sermona, poom . histórica novels iind editorials, and their brains aro as subject to weariness and oxhuu«- tlon. '!.■ th* ,\raerican would drink p.ire water would bo pretty nearly proof against the attacks of opldomic ailments; but paradoxical as it is. this man who knows himself and all o'thar things so well, who has probed deeply into science, vontilatea and drains and diets in tho name of health, and then drinks bad water, tha inosi abundant of all sources ol discaso. When devout people of plague stricken England asked Lord J'alincrstou for u day of fast and prayer, ho wrote them a short essay on cleuulinoss as related to ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Augustine News — 27 October 1892
miau i i- CÓVÉ OVE ÁLL." " * tito * a n nauaht. A lawst crowa Muí be undone, und sold will melt, Bi t ut. ondcd pain ia long, long fait. Kisses ureaweot, but prayers are best) Only tho lips to a kiss are riven, Wlillo tho iinui goes, with Its prayor, to li'iaroii. Dteam-i aro shadows, yet sometimes coma Liko blosso'l curtains that drop upon *Tho scoruUliiK light of a uoonday aun. Hopes betray us, but faith is sure. Nor asks for an answer. She smiles and wans, A pa'.L'tit chil l at the heavenly fate. I.ovo over allA jewel crown, A pai'ti '■l«:it stays, and a prayer, a kiss, Dreams, hopo, faith, paliuneo are met, lu this. —L-idlos' Home JouruaL THE LILAC wfrCH. "It can ' be us bad as that Sophia Must your father have 'Jo, 000 francs by tho first of January!"' ••Yes, Henri, or olse-'—hop lip quivered a little— "or else the mort- gage will bo foreclosed, and father wiil loso all his land, and we shall be homeless. • Not If I am around!" said Henri, stout y. Sophie looked proudly at him,...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Augustine News — 27 October 1892
• ,#* "I*!?® iZÜ'eeifiv News Vol. f> Thursday October 'J7 twi>2 SuuMnnirrioN bates i)np Year $1.00 Kit Months... 00 A'/varliMng rates fu nmljcd on appli- en tiou. Jou WoBK or KVKUT l>BHCIHrTION. Let tor Heads, Note Heads, Dill Honda, Wank Dueds, J. R. MACKECHNFT- Proprietor. R. I, WATTS PUR. Ufflce on Harrison between Mam 1111(1 Colnmhin 8trtets, The News will in the future us in the pn«t continuo to work for Sun Augus- tino City, County and Eastern Texas Ifenurally. POLITICAL ZEPHYRS* Ono weok next Tuesday until the election, lot ovary good democrat turn out and support the nominees. A true Democrat will not vote u gainst tho regular democrutio nom- inee. Converts are being made every duy to the Clark ranks, may tho good work coutinuo at the rate of ten fold ouch day. 25 cents to a quarter of a dollur, that Clark will bo our next gov«-ruor. Ail the national banks politi- cians and moneved men of Texas are supporting Hogg, and a few of the lannera who they have been able to...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Augustine News — 27 October 1892
IM (««IN •« ■ • «••• • • M «■ MM** V" • Mia IIIMItWtMl MMW «Ml • 0 6 •MMM mmm • ■••• •• • • • Ban Sluguatint Sews/ Sax Augustine, October 27. I8ft2 Enterad at the post OiUouhs Second-class Mail Matter. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ouc Year $1 00 Hix Mouths 60 Advertising Kates Furuishujt on Appli- cation Religious Directory. Preaching at. the Presbyterian Church . n the 1st Rablmth of each month, morn- ug and night. Sabbath Bohool every Babbath morning at O.JIO o'clock. Lecture and Prayer meeting on Thursdays at 8.30 p. m. d. A. MgRaf, Pastor. Divine Sorvice at Christ Church every Sunday, except tho 2nd Sunday in each month, ntoruinf? and night, uid on all Saints Days at night. Iloly Communion administered on the 1st Sands y in each month. Sunday School and rfible Class every Sunday at '.(o'clock a. m. Geo L. Cbockkt, Rector. Services at the Methodist Church 2nd nud 4th Sundays of each month, 11 a. in. and 8 p. m.. Sunday School every Sunday fit i'Ja ro- ll. 4. Wuiui, C. P. — _.* One of /...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Augustine News — 27 October 1892
4-. OLD WARWICK CASTLE -1- 11 lc ■ ■ •I 9. THE 'MOST ANCIENT OP EN- GLISH MANSIONS. The V<nw bl* Old Ladjr Wkt N®w Oocaplae It—The Fiara Vliltad bjr Vlotería aad Mlsabetli— Soma Mara Old Halle* aad Palatluga. ARWICK CA S tie, at which their royal highnesses the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York were re ccntty entertained U one of the inoat renowned and charucterlHtia of the ancient man- sions of the Kn- (flisli nobilitv. The Boyal Agricultural society held its meeting this yeur in the castle park. The quiet, old-fashioned, small country town of Warwick, and that fair rural district, aome fourteen or fifteen miles from northeiist to southwest, through which (he tranquil Avon flows amid woods and meadows, from Stoneleigh Abbey, near Ken- U Worth, to Stratford, passing in its 20 TtlK KAHI, OF WAKWIC'K, a .ir*e near the pleasant modern town of Leamington, is geographically about the (enter of Kngland, situated in the ▼erjr middle of "the Midlands." The present Earl of Warwick is t...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Augustine News — 27 October 1892
V "• • i' I "August Flower" " I am happy to state to you and to suffering humanity, that my wife has used your wonderful remedy, August Flower, for sick headache and palpitation of the heart, with satisfactory results. For several years she has been a great sufferer, has been under the treatment of eminent physiciaus in this city and Boston, and found little relief. She was in* duced to try August Flower, which gave immedaite relief. We cannot say to much for it." I*. C. Frost, Springfield, Mass. • OUR ST. LOUIS LETTER. My doctor «aya It arta gently on the utomacb, liver and kidney , uid la a pleaaant laxative. Thla drink la mode (rum herbs, and li prepared for use aa caally a j tea. It la called All drunrlata «ell It at Mo. and II a package. U tou cannot get It, aend your addreaa for a free few.1.,v".?£;.^-A,síí7,Me,,,c,nc rao™ P OKi-TOn H. WOODWARD. LkROY, N. T. CURES RISING .. BREA5T .-. >n la the gre&ttit offered chlT(i-l eárin¿ "w<iman. I have been6a mid-wife for many...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Augustine News — 27 October 1892
Fashionatle vulómna ft T / r/te ■ C m<n IX) YOU WANT X. xz AND íeóá V/. mleí iii mm. ~r / Ladies dresses guaranteed to lit' satisfactory in every respect. All mail orders receive prompt attention. MKS. CLARA MANEY, 'TENEHA, TEXAS cDBftTt "«V, !^TTAO \MeMT5i TNC:riN£ST> iwaoDWowj mm [GtMS* "CHICAOO. n utile* SQUARE. N. Y IP™""**. «tuguj rOR"sALtL*B\^ ' NEW HOME HEWING MA- •7H1N2S CO.. Dallas, Texas, Tlicy Ulive a il«iia zu, II «eoms tlio owners of Dr. D.-mmnond's. Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism have ii Uonnnz'i its their remedy han novel- linown to fftil in a ¡tingle case. There is certainly room ill the market for a medi- cine that will do what they claim for thin wonderful properation. Although the price is per bottle if it does one half claimed for it the price shOtld 1)0 $1 0. If the driiHgist Iris no.' ot it, the remedy will lie «out to any address by prepaid ex- press on recipt of price. Dummomd A/edlcine oo. 48-ftil Maiden Lane. New Yoik. Agétiu wanted. F. EAST, HOOT AN...