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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 October 1898

i J L-. 4* -r * #• 01% V • IK) Vol. 9 No. 50 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 21, 1898. Whole No. 465. * X cF f> M m n I !| What we advertise; to sell, we sell as we ij ft advertise, and what ! ~|j we oifar do, we do.j| a s / a. i<3 Ml if At the Big Store in the Bank Building $ Has arrived, the rTew Fall Stock of Dry G-oods, Clothing, and Shoes. To say its the largest and most beau- we are prepared and Aim to do a lar$ shown through this up-to-the-minute ^tiful stock we've yet received expresses that we are prepared and Aim to do a larger business with i 4 . - -• the cream I vU 1 ^this season,than ever. Will you come and b of the northern markets? ❖ ;e Stocj In New and np-to-date Dress Fancies, we are allowing the late weaves and jsf' Shoe Co., Barton Bros., and from Drew Selby, makers otthe Guest Ladies feboes in t / o liitSJ ' shades in Cafhmeree, Henriettas, Serges, Jaeqaards, Crapes, Plaids, Ladies cloth the world. Come we can tit and please you. Albatross, Nove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 October 1898

pilars Fromt Tour home may consist of onlj. two One deep water the ocean spot where love necessary ?* SOUTHERN NEWS. Pur© oward. These are the ess Baraaparilla is th stomach tonio , | Bossart "of tYanklin count tS years of age, who sixtyjO* **o was Interested hi w tjjnowa as the "Swift and between Chambersfcr_ !bar - The^stage co^vr sc«rs on the Cumberiia road.for two years opened, the railroad <p wg the locomotive. A depend- ps as conductor betw ' defenders. and Harrisburg, an to the Cumber] Susquehanna " with a fare . jr. rulisWer. TEXAS. A Brave Carson Fehiger, U. S. at Londonderry, his near Easion, Md., in his 78th The Cuban generals, Mayai Rodri- guez and Kodaves, left Havana for Santa Cruz del Sur, iu answer to an urgent summons from the Cuban revo- lutionary government. The Spanish government announces By Robert Louis Stevenson. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) And with that he was gone among the thicket. I made a fire, for I had no fear of the Italians, who had even spared all th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 October 1898

<* V Bossart ot t'ranklin counts •Wr S3 years of 'age, who sixty-one poors ago was interested In what waS iknown as the "Swift and Sure"' staga ®ue between Chamber&burg and Pijtts- 'burg. The,stage company owned the ,cars on the Cumberland Valley rail- road .for two years after it was first opened, the railroad company furnish- ing the locomotive. The 'squice aetsti as conductor between Chambersburg and Harrisburg, and the trip was made to the Cumberland couuty side of the Susquehanna river in about five hours, with a fare one way of S2.50. After Brain*. The document that is now being split out by the professor of physiology at Cornell university i^ something unique in its way. It politely requests the recipient to provide in his will Ihat fiis brains be given to the university for scientific purposes when he departs this life. Accompanying the request are printed forms, showing how the bequest can be legally made. Banes If it was only health, we might let it cling. But it is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 October 1898

f JUJiS' Jl *) Friday by P. BARBER, toi and Proprietor. "FRIDA Y, OCT. 21, 18V>8. '.V v i # I' !:vt l:io poeto&ice.atSeyiaour. 1 ezbi sjo'intl-clussmail matter. Lou Beunett and wife, of Seymour, j Texas, arrived here last Saturday eve- ning and ncre guests of F. M. Ham mond find wife. Mr. Bennott is in Ihe milting- business at Seymour with B. R. Moffet, of Waxuhachie; aud was here aud at Waxahichie oa busi- uess.—Lancaster Herald. There's 110 us« paying for some- thing you dou't get.. No use paying your uionev for carefully sewed s«-ams, aud for careful cutting and then get.common gooda and ail the j badness that poor pants means, The I price of common oants will buv a ! wiir of the BUCKSKIN BREECH The time is not far in the future j E3, and tiiey have a guarantee in the when" all this country will bo irrigat- ed,-because it is not expensive as in the mountain regions, is thoroughly jticai and very eiuiple when once uude The News published a statement of R«p. 1. H. C. Peery t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 28 October 1898

Yol. 9 No SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 28, 1898. Whole No. 468. What we advertise to sell, we sell as we advertise, and what we offer to do, we do h At the Big Store in the Bank Building Has arrived the New Fall Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, and Shoes. To say its the largest and most beau- tiful stock we've yet received expresses that we are prepared and Aim to do a larger business with 1 jp tthis season,than ever. Will you come and be shown through this up-to-the-minute Stock, the cream X \J ^ of the northern markets ? || Shoe Co., Barton Bros., aud from Drew Selby, makers ot the finest Ladies Shoes in the world. Come we can tit and please you. Oar fall clothing and over eoats are now in, and so large is the Stock, so nu;n- berlees the Kind of suits, that we can suit you with a suit, suitable for a work suit, a busiress suit, or a wedding suit 1 In New and up-to-date Dress Fancies, we are showing the late weaves and shades in Cashmeres, Henriettas, Serges, Jacquards,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 28 October 1898

stiSfeste- >>f_V dprnr*' It $• Q. F. BARBER, Fuiisli«r. SEYMOUK, - - TEXAS. MILITARY MATTERS. y ve V The Missouri. Maine and Ohio are to be equipped with guns of new de- feign. Surgeon General Sternberg eaya ty- phoid fever is raging in the camp at Jacksonville, Fla. Gen. Henry is to be made a brigadier general in the regular army, to All the vacancy occasioned by the retirement of Gen. Coppinger. Lieut. Jim Smith of the governor's guard says the majority of the First Texas undoubtedly desire to be mus- tered out. A few days ago an Ameircan book etore at Havana was ransacked and its proprietors were arrested and fined for selling Cuban newspapers. '— £ri*aie Lee Caven.. company E, Sec- ond Texas, died at St. Paul' sanita- rium, Dallas, of peritonitis, superin- duced by appendicitis. Lieut. H. T. Scott, company G, Third North Carolina regiment, is dead as the result of. a pistol wound, presuma- bly an accident, at Camp Poland, Tenn. Gen. Wheeler issued an order direct- ing Brig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 28 October 1898

decora- laugh of K*r. There can fc as to the sweet- heard among nations , *s surely the French- an s- has the softest warble all, if doves were not so serious ®y might remind us of Parisian 7''°men laughing together. The Italian Had firtat Mothtn. It Is an interesting historical (act that nearly every man of great deeds who also possessed a £reat character had a mother of a strong, fine nature, with whom in Myhood and ' ear- ly manhood . he dwelt in close sympathy r?en when at a distance from her. . Probably the most disagreeable man socially of all celebrated men was poor Thomas Carlyle, whose disposi- augh is happy enough, but it is not j tion was nervous, melancholy and j Quite so independent of the subject of j but in the midst of his labo- j laughter; it has a jollity all its own. j rioiis life and severe mental industry, j It is somewhat uncivilized, but needs no civilizing. But- its principal charac- teristics is the contralto tone proper to the woman who is to the last some-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 28 October 1898

t. wsz The' Hews. - Kt rj PridB) ky GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. KYM()UK - - TEXAS 7h Baking Powder FRIDAY, OCT. 28,18P8. Entered at tb poetoffice. at Seymmtr. tui> ■MnwMa*inail mattw. Thoi is bo use to trj to please jour enemies. It fa time lost, be- cause uo matter bow - laudable your deeds and-purposes and your kind- ness to them; they irill envy, bate and criticise yoir. We bare no time to spend on our enemies, all our ex- tra moments must be'devoted to our friends. 1 i cpgro soldier Lelougiug to the ninth cavalry? regulars, and claiming to hare been in the figtit at Santiago, passed through, the city yesterday on his way, he said, to rpjoin his retn- ment at Fort Apache, Arizona. He was asked a good many questions by the bystanders. Asked it some resji raent didu't lie down, during the fight, be turned bis head away and hiugh*>d *nd then replied "yes sir, that the 71st New Yawk." When asked fur- ther what made ttiem do it, he laugh- ed again &nd said "be did...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 November 1898

*«t Ctood Idea. A certain ClevelanAr oeived a brilliant idvL to Superintendent King?*' "Mr. Kingsley," ^ sinuating smites'' er scheme in the yr Vol. 9 No. 52 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 4, 1898. Whole No. 468. This Big Sale is not that we are going to move but are here to stay- We have no goods to carry from pla&e to placc.; We are- simoly going to quit handling Cloth- ing and devote our time more extensive- ly to DRESS GOODS and SHOES. TrT ❖ ❖ i7 Men's, Boy's and Children suits goes at I Actual Cost. The Biggest stock, the Newest Goods, the Latest Styles If you expect to buy a suitN.overeoat or pair of.pants this season, NOW is the time, and Our Stored the place. Here's the way we'll slash prices : Grping out of the Clothing Business! Are going to close out every suit in the house. Nothing reserved; every ready-to-wear garment in^ Mens' Allwool $5.50 Suits this sale $3 00. " 10.00 " " " 675. " « 15 00 " " " 9.75 " " 20.00 " " " 15.15. Boys' Allwool $4.00 Baits t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 November 1898

P. BARBER, Polisher. y SEYMOUR. - - - • TEXAS. COUNTRY'S DEFENDERS. L/ The last detachment Of Spanish troops hare left San Joan, Porto Rico. The American authorities have re- leased some of the Spanish sailors captured during the war. In the Spanish army and navy are 557 generals, 21 admirals and 47 other officers with a rank equal to that of general. Santiago's customs receipts for Sep- tember were $39,233.81. It is thought the receipts for October -will exceed $100,000. Orders were issued at San Francis- co for the discharge of 164 members of the first Tennessee regiment upon recommendation of Maj. Fiell, who ~ Inspected them. The United States hospital ship Re- lief arrived at Philadelphia from Porto. Rico with over 200 sick soldiers on board. There was one death dur- ing the voyage. Dennis Walsh of Austin has been appointed a draughtsman, in the yards and docks of the navy dapart- ment at Washington, and has accept- ed the position. Of the several commissions ad- justing the rel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 November 1898

le reporter felt Loving couple, best man, flowers, [, ring and all the rest of it?" I'll have them on hand when want- said the scribe. le s? - To," 1 le re ited. Vnd m Jecaa sla linal lit pe tering; lble. 1 resides Mr. Earnest Snider, a man of sterling integrity, whose veracity cannot be doubted. He says: "THE POET SCOUT." (Continued.) wound in my shoulderr months before I came back to this part I Following is the substance of of the country, where I had found j order issued to each road: and loved and won mv nrettv Lucv. I dying about 9 o clock ye ing, just twelve hours after the ter- wo mj tee. Ah," \ 3u: |'I sigh; declii I* You d range! pntable til." |"To thii this ve |ve the i lgs to a ^ything irse?" 'Never! slief. Ti lore like lias mum a Chris 'I am g find si ithy. Ms "1," pro Richard's 1 "I am Ti And the; Newed— larling. Mrs. Nei lore than Newed— ibout? Mrs. Ne' resterday. A great lother thinj How * Per causq ness, Ntf you c at thii Gri The deprii props A H V increa the sq to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 November 1898

?-& / / *P L / ,-ymm Hot m Good Idea. A certain Cleveland reporter con- ceived a brilliant idea. He took It np to Superintendent Kingsley. "Mr. Kingsley," he said, with an in- sinuating smile, "wouldn't it be a clev- er scheme to have a wedding take place in the new tunnel?" The superintendent looked a little startled. ' Can you supply all the necessa- ries?" he inquired. The reporter felt pretty sure he could. "Loving couple, best man, flowers, cake, ring and all the rest of it?" "I'll have them ,on hand when want- ed," said the scribe. The superintendent looked thought- ful. "No," he slowly said, "it will not do." The reporter was grievously disap- pointed. "And why not?" he demanded. "Because," replied the superintend- ent, slowly. "It certainly would be criminal carelessness on our cart to admit persons to the tunnel who are suffering from any form° of heart trouble. Two Shades. Two misty shades met in illimitable space. "Ah," cried one, "why sighest thou?" "I sigh," replied...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 November 1898

V Trie jHetus. i s ltsii«i! S:nf Frlfiu by GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. ! EYMOUI( - - TEXAS V FK1DAY, NOV. 4, I8y8. EntArnd at the wwfoffi^Q. at 3d7moar. Texas sieond-elasemail matter. I ■ — | Presides.Thanksgiving Frdclaa&ii jTI, Washington, Oct. 28—The presi- dent aiier tbe cabinet meeting to- \ d«y issued llie following Thanks- j giving proclamation: By tlie president of the Unittd States—A proclamation: The approaching November brings to mi ml tlie custom of onr ancestors, hallowed by time and rtaHed iu our most sacred tradi- tions, of giving thanks to Alin gbty God for all the blessings he lias vouchsafed to us during I be past year. Few years iu our history Lave afforded such cause for thanksgiving. We J have been blessed by abundant harvests, our trade and commerce have been wonderfully increased, our public credit bass been improved and strengthened, all sections of our coiumou country have been brought and knitted into closer bonds of natioual purpose and unit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 November 1898

y VoL 10 No. 1 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 11, 1898. Whole No. 469 This is no removal sale. I am no peddler and have no old stock to pack from place to place. All my inter- ests are in Seymour and Lam here to stay; I am just simply going to quit handling CLOTHING- and de- vote my attention more extensively to DRESS GOODS and SHOES. $> $ 'ft $ l|> Going out of the Clothing Business! * Are going to , close out every suit in the house. Nothing reserved; every ready-to-wear garment in Men's, Boy's and Children suits goes at Actual Cost. The Biggest stock, the Newest Goods, the Latest Styles If you expect to buy a suit, overcoat or pair of pants this season,. NOW is the time, and Our Stored the place. Here's the way we'll slash prices : ❖ & w Mens' Allwool $5 50 Suits tbis sale 00. 44 " 10.00 " " " 6.75. " " 35 00. " " " 9.75 " 20.00 " " 14 15 15. Boys' All wool $i.00 Suits this sale « « goo " " • « « 8.00 " " « &2.60. 4.25. 5.45. Childrens' knee pant $1.25 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 November 1898

umr JtfM. ■p. BABBEB, Polisher. R. m.' 'si l§ii I- A TBs?*,- « - TEXAS. MILITARY MATTBM. Prlrate H. G. H off mall, company G, third Texas Infantry, now at Fort Clark, Tex., is transferred to the hos- pital corps. A detachment of Austrian sailors will debark in the Austrian covetts Frundabing, now in Chinese waters, to take part in the European garrison of Pekin. The twelve companies of the one hundred and fifty-seventh Indiana regiment have been mustered out. The mustering out was done at Camp Mount, located near Indianapolis. _ In the Cape Colony assembly at Cape Town W. P. Schreiner, the premier, in troduced a bill proposing an annual contribution by the colony of £30,000 to be given the British navy. Private Thomas McClairn, light bat- tery K, first United States artillery, now on sick furlough at Fort Apache Ariz., will be honorably discharged by the commanding officer at Fort Sam Houston, Tex. ^ Information has been received by the government that the Spanish officers have ceas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 November 1898

I an*! but has ;de jidge land nen. Lon- i~>r. nujomy itogers and his broth- er, E. A. Rogers of Rockwall, bought recently of J. Miller 1060 lambs and ind. peivt ilon- ■e th-t ig f - ui me ijiiu tnat ,s to say, the boilers, machinery gazines and the larger part of the coal bunkers. Tho — "howed!?"'00''._mach"'e w<"*« « Louisville. can recommei enjoy hearty meals, we d liostetter's Stomach digestion, dvspep- re- js a tra- fcte- of lorn |be- IV- | re- Inn. lien jg'i In rl. lol- 5H- J-g€ lle- lar. to jng Ike Iwr live lrl- le" |ar S e: ni fo hz Of 00 m> m 22: frc Ms j coi jit, bly 3 in gre gat rais I | froi I G I ■ j to S : in I it is j his past , char , | ing I " I wate j The eral i Bcarc crop gins keep On ped i feedei steers bany. other and ford. Jacl li on the counts l i cattle, yotfng blood 1 Tt I ratogen associa I ver, Jt each o *ius at h ON News Supplement leaned Every Friday by GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. BEYMOUR - - TEXAS FRIDAY, NOV. 11, 1898. — —j-tft- Knter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 November 1898

the boilers, machinery, ] Vw*usrht 1 jnacazinea and. thfi parser- nart nf thft re- as a tra- late- 3 Of dom be- Irav- re- I inn. tbrn ;ig;i ir.d, i-el- ■:on- irge de- lear. to I i like lour Bike jlfl- I be- |>ear ;a- md rida Receij October 000 heat month's month ■ 229,945. J. M. from a Mathis country it, but 1 bly goo Mr. A in his c grew fn ine j gate 17 pie. i raised t fe from F. 1 ' Geor| to San. | in Liiv€ ; it is vc ♦' his cat ♦ > ♦ pasture %,chanoei J ! ing wi ♦ i ♦ If it ' |th- to bul- thts >cly Te lore bny lood \rd- lour Ibe- pr°P 1.50. 1 urater i ^ ! The ri\ ♦' eral pli # scarce % crop w ♦ gins ai _ ♦ keep tt ♦ 1 ♦ ♦ On tl ♦ ped frt ■ ^ feeders u ♦ steers 111 tony. ll other t U! and w !♦ tord. I c !♦ Jack on the count} ■<> B. Br for W ■<> l cattle. Mo ■A young blood T raSige' j associ l ver, 3 j point€ ■! consis >J each > ins a I j atteii- / nl^imothv Rogers and his broth- j that is to say JJr. 1 luiuvu.' o , + I m a era vinoa TI£j er, E. A. Rogers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 November 1898

How BuMptcy Strikes m SI a oil A Maori chief, who lost £40 through a white storekeeper going through tne bankruptcy court, has given the fol- lowing lucid exposition of this partic- ular branch of British jurisprudence: "The pakehiC (white man) who wants to become pakarapu (insolvent) goes into business and gets lots of goods and does not pay for them. He then gets all the money he can together, say £2,000, and puts all of it, except £5, away where no one can find it. With the £5 he goes to a judge of the court and tells him he wants to become pakarapu. The judge then calls all the lawyers together, likewise all the men to whom the pakeha owes money, and he says: 'Thi$ man is pakarapu, but he wishes to give you all that he has got, and so he has asked me to divide this £5 among you all.' The judge thereupon gives the lawyers £4 and the remaining £1 to the other men. Thpn the pakeha goes home."—Lon- don Chronicle. The Klnj- of Wurtoniberg. The king of Wurtembeig may be re- garded as ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 November 1898

A.' FRIDAY, NOV. 11,1898. Kntarad at the poet office, at Seymour. Tex si uoouMaamail matter. Il The amendment to Sec. 24. Art. 3, of the state constitution voted on last Tuesday was lost by an over- whelming majority throughout the state. I am not very large, but can crow ■ long and load as anybody. I am not large but still I mashed the wind and water out of the 25th legislature. With this issue the News en- ters upon the tenth year of its ex- istance. It has been here for nine years, and daring that time has had many hardships and adversities, bnt thanks to the good people of this county and to the L>rd, it is now moving smoothly along and only hopes that ths next nine years will not bring upon it as many ad- versities and hardships as it has passed through the past nine. Wishing you many thanksgivings and a merry time, the News en- ters upon its tenth year with bright prospects and a glorious future. It is better to be a still fool than a big mouthed fool, who is always stickin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 November 1898

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