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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Register — 12 July 1890

* M Mr* iW''v w- ■" .♦«.'J--. i w* H W «- — *áa. a^ap . * • k ALL KIJÍD8 ÓF ' WORK ▲ SPECIALTY. • M w * V«L „ V ?> W*7, ^ *4, wv« 'wmm I ii ■ =£=?= Hegtetec. In (be PAPER IS IN 3f the Jaybird Democratic Association of Fort Bend County, Texas> Editor & Proi rv, TEXAS, S VTUHDAY, JULY 12, 18 0. \ • OX7 CHOICE. *-*r T Ü L . M ■-V-- \r ■ mm ViftjBl FOR GOVERNOR. HON. J. 8. HOGG, of Smith. FOR LIEUT-GOVERNOR. HON. 8AM. 8. ASHE, of Harris. FOR "ATTORNEY GENERAL. HON.C1IA8 A. CULBERSON, of Dallas. FOR CONGRESS. HON. vy. H. CBAIN, of DeWitt. FOR STATE TREASURER. HEN*Y E. MoCULLGUUH, yot Gav PTROLLER. IIAYWOOI) BRA HAN, of Fort Betid. FOR LAND COMMISSIONER. HON. E. D. LINN, of Victoria.. FOR STATE SENATOR. w. 1). fields, of Fort Bend. The Louisiana Lottery bill has been passed, over the governors veto. The Lodge federal election bill ha? passed the house,4>ut will like- ly be defeated in the senate. Governor Hill of New York de- clines to address the Texas Bar association at Gal...

Publication Title: Richmond Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Register — 12 July 1890

Thejrirl saysher tether came drank H that in the struggle to _ of the revolver he «M «hot. woman *u placed under arrest. The annual meeting of the stockhold- ers of the American Col ton Oil mmptnjr, formerly the cotton oil trust, waa held in New'York on July 2. A statement of the business ot tlie company showed a balance on hand at the end of the fiscal year ending May 21 of $073,000. The re' trnat into tire character —. — . „ , , ... I routine business transacted. •"'harter at From Nogales to the railroad and; *7™®* , , „ from the Colorado to the New Mexican taro, a clerk for M contention in the hooae line, ill Ariiona, the valida and inew at Tyler, while ip bathing .. r«jn. hn.mk the heat are reported to be covered with the car- lake, lost bis life. Cool wind*Nfcnd break ceases of cattle. * For some years the Adam I'ost, a¿. well-to-do tailor of prostrations Hi tne nortn. _ _ . ranges of Arizona hare been over- The federal election bill Is the hone of1 ¡ IKi hot no really evil con...

Publication Title: Richmond Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Register — 12 July 1890

f I T" "AND HIS WILL 13 OUR PIACI. O letontlas soul of m, unutiaflcd With th* world's empty nolle and feverish alar* Hck with iU hope* of happiness denied, The dint and ashes of Us promise fair. fBdbuffe t d, "V days perplexed, ThT cherlihed treasures proofless and vain. What comfort hast thou,captive, thwarted, veisd. Mocked by mirase of joya that mergo ia pelur Chough lore be sweet, yet death Is strong, and still Inexorable change will follow thee; Tea, though thou vanquish every mortal ill. Thou Shalt not conquer mutability! The human tide goea rushing down to death; Turn thou a moment from its current broad, And listen, what Is this the silence aaith, Oh soul? "Be still, and know that I am GodI" The mighty God! Here shalt thou And thy rest; O weary one! There Is naught else to know. Naught else to seek—hers thou may'st cease thy Give thyself up. He leads where thou shalt go. The changelees God I Into thy troubled life Steals strange, sweet peace; the pride that drove thee on, Th...

Publication Title: Richmond Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Register — 12 July 1890

SATl'RDAY, Richmond, lUtUr SATURDAY, JULY, 12, 1«W '-'i Dlntirurtfirl Bhoulcí call on HLX<®SSSt3lCtatl*tl, who lia^tha most eampletc stack of D>-iWeS'.ijyalá, S.voap3rt:il a: ! ¡i!l .•>? J\[\ ITíillO fZ * n -r. «I.-,/sft 1/lolv ^^1\I¿I110IIU Farming utensils ever brought to the city, which h-} is Billing at pricai to suit thj tium. Repair work dano with neatness and dispatch, n U. c/1 K jlUll> ^jllut'uIlt^CU< i and Ml «m immense. Ilia* Ilattie J one* I* visiting 11 Temple. Slack ic visiting Mr . F. i this week. Heyer, of Columbus, l la the city Sunday. . H. K. Holland, the FM rustier was i city Uat Friday. Mr. Y. Feria, oí this city paid Alvln • (maluca* visit on but Monday. " ~~ ~ tt baa gone to Sour of bla bealth. Mr. A. A. Oarrott of Wharton L was hi Saturday an route to San Hoax.1—7V> Mra. Milla, on Thursday f 10, a Sae U pound bcgr. All parties ! IWbofa oí tin b**istkb office oxtand thanks to Mr. L McFarlane for a nice From two to Ave drummera are in the dty e...

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