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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 4 November 1882

■■ g&m acr: ■ i J D. H. REGAN MM •• Blfclbtttoa the Fiuost Line of SILKS, Satins,VELVETS BROCADED PLUSHES, 1BR0IDERED CASHMERES, Dress Flannels, BOVS' YOUTHS' and GENTS' CLOTHING, CLOAKS and DOLMANS. * V Philadelphia Made BOOTS and SHOES. Mr* Jobu Green presented us this week with a sweet potato, six in one five of which are clustered around and firmly attached to one in the center. It is quite a curiosity. Children and misses ready made flannel suits at D. H. Regau's. Local Inteiliaence. ItATKS Or ADVERTISING. Loetl Notice 200 per Line each Insertion Two inches spium one year. $20.00 Twp lucho , «IX month* lli.OO Two luche , throe months it.no Cix ln«he«,onoyuar 50.00 Six iiichu , nix mouth 33.00 Six luolios. three month 25.00 Jili* en luche (Jí col.) one year.........87.00 Klercn luchen, eix uiouth «0.00. Kteveu lachea, three months .42.00. Twenty-two inches (oue col) one year, lM.no Twenty-two inolies nix months 100.00. ' Twenty-two inches, thiee montnx.... 70.00. CommnnicAti...

Publication Title: Victoria Advocate
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 11 November 1882

\ fl jl Miriam ^iterate, i THE A. DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL; runi.ISHKl) WEEKLY, ' AT • ' Per Annum. •2.50, •'ZJiS..0?.1* "««"'I'opr1' publitlied in Victoria £t2"í? • "\e •'f-t-oi tho great stvek-srowlng ia- i of SouUiwuieru Texas DEVOTED TO THE AtíRICUL TURAL AXD ¡STOCK HAISTXii INTERESTS OF SOUTH WESTERN TEXAS. } $wtfliw jUforatf. JOB DEPARTSSKT. f Our fecilltiee ter ^ JOB WOHK, Aro unsarpaMed inAVcet Tex**. I 7 :i bs=* - * B*«h ui Job Pristine don* la tk« Inii si : VOL. XXXVI. E. D. LINN, • KU1TUU ANO UUSINKSS MANAGER. A, TEX VICTORIA. IHXAS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1882. -my f\ rtrv i411 Hutlj wd Promptly Cxwtmted M ■NO. 32. 1 UTiBir Site*. W. M n Buiinet . J. H. 3ÍUNN, - Associate Editor LINN é McNEIL, Bain is wanted in many parts of •Uto. Throughout the district Ochiltree runs behind Jon-*. Mm. Seovillc, the sister of Gui- teau, deceased, is a grandmother. Ex-Empress Eugenie lias made her will in favor of Prince Victor Napo- leon. The democratic ship sails amid breakers and -rocks on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 11 November 1882

Kl She Sutoria ¿¡dvocate. SATURDAY, 50V. 11, 1882. L5NATCHAL UAIT1NE-SS. "There is one of the happiest men in the world at the present moment," city physician Jackson said as he en- tered, with the reporter, the pavil- ion Tor the insane of Bellevue Ilospi- VICTORIA CARDS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. L TELEUBAPHLVii WITHOUT WIRES. (From the Baltimore Sun.) When the telegraph was first inven- jt{l1' WftS m°8t heartily greeted by led two wires were used to condnct ft ncw 'nmnt0 the place. The pa- tito electric current. It was after- *tlent wns a fine-looking man, inclined ward found that oiw wire would suf-1 to ^outness, with gray hair and flee, and half the expense of conduc- inrul 0 í,ow ln 1,is P1* 811"* tor would he saved if the other wire facc* wns 59 years of age, and were grounded so that the earth should •11,0 onl* Pec,,littrity ftboilt 1,19 «PP 1"" \>€ made to carry the return current. ancc'was tl,at 1,0 daggered slightly Experiments, however, made in 1859 ,whencver ^ &l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 11 November 1882

V feÉ „ r A n rj | $1* ^¡ictoriii ^dvocute. POETRY. *'Ich Dlcn." When the chief of England*# princess Flrrt to ctrike and last to yield, Sought it motto to be grave in the crest upon hU shield, UndeniPHtli tlie waving fontVr*, Ob the metal's burnished sheen, lie. the proudest and the noblest, Wroto the simplest word , '•Icli Uien," rrowns for statesmen. bays for poets, For the hero laurels green, But the woihaii, wife and mother Besirs the princely crest—"It'll Die ."' ... .. -■ ♦ • — The Bride's Toilette. (Front tlie CoitWcrgcrie, 1703. J 'Damefhow the moment* go. And the bride Is not ready! Call all her tiring-maids— Paul, Jean and Thedle. Is this your robe, my dear? ?alth, out she's study! The bridegroom is blessed who gets Such a brave lady. 'Pardie! that throat Is fair; How he will kiss itl Hero I your kerchief, girl; Did you not miss it? Quick! don these little shoes, • White as your foot is. IIo, Jean, Saint Guillotino Loves these fine beauties! 'Now these long locks must go-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 11 November 1882

f,«M • ' • w iff * y '* * 'v < '' 1 • '. ' ' 1 \ I I \ r 71' ( ¡ i rl L \ D. H. REGAN ■m om Exhibition the finest Uim of There is little doing in real enlate. | | Holders nsk prices that purchasers will not pay. t j Fine assortment of bridal wreaths; SILKS, Satins,VELVETS aml vcl18' an(l many other novelties' at Miss Fannie ItoulTs. BROCADED FLUSHES, There were two weddings in this '¡city on Wednesday last, notwith-j EMBROIDERED CASHMERES,! 8tan,li,,g¡t was bul °n° da>'aacr t,,e; Dress Flannels, B0Y$' YOUTHS' and GENTS' CLOTHING, CLOAKS and DOLMANS. Philadelphia Made BOOTS and SHOES. election. We arc under obligations to Mr F. It. Pridhaiu for the arrangement j of our tabulated report of the elec- i lion, which appears elsewhere in our columns this week. Go and tee Col. OppenUciiaei's fine display of ladies dress goods. They are the most attractive ever brought to this city, and are being offered at greatly reduced prices. | The anxiety of candidates is over ¡ for the present....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 18 November 1882

r*-' ¡ír t Vífforix ¿Í «afí. k DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL, rUBLlxUKO WEEKLY. AT 13.50, Per Aw nWi Tho only newspaper published In Victor! County, the heart <>rthn j; cat etock-irrowinjt la DknMt of southwestern Texas. Wictmx JUtroati. job depahtmhjtt. Bwk Mid Job Priatbtc don i* the beet m-nner. DEVOTED TO THE AtíltlCULTUliAL AND STOCK llAJSINO INTEBESTS OF SOUTH WESTEBWTEXAS. VOL. XXXVI. VICTORIA,"TEXA& SLTÜRDAY, NOVEMBÉFÍíTlí^r M337 Oar ftpUlUe* tor JOB WORK¿ Are unwrpMfd In WmI Tku ill Work Vastly and Promptly bmM tt Llvis* Satas. w« Iiu Itiiiui. E. D. LINN, \ *1 itor and BUSINESS MANAGER. J. 8. MUNN, - - Associate Editor LINN A McNKI/j, Mr. MiIiiki of Monterey, Mexico given the following ai the origin of ! tlip name of Texas. "In the year ¡ the Spanish government ¡«ent mission- •n European trip get him a wife. Jimroic ought to Publisher$ r¡ ¡<>s through Mexico for the purpose —-- j 0f establishing missions among the James Gordon Bennet is again on ! |m|ijm9# Thpy ,ia(, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 18 November 1882

. ... ... • - , • • b r n ¡Pl %vtorin ^tkotaft. SATURDAY. ROT. 18.1882. TBAOB WITH CENTRAL AMEBICAT Th«BilMlif of Rillruii Openluf the Unln U Foreign Commerce— Talas of tie Trad . (From the Now York Daily Indicator.) Tha rapidity with which railways ara being constructed in the differ- ent Central American republics, with tha object of bringing the interior in close connection with the coast, prove* that enterprise Is working a beneficial influence throughout the Ave states, and that the long and te- dious mule transit will soon lie a thing of the past. Only a few weeks past the line from Acajutia to Son- son ate, in Salvador, was opened, and efforts are being made to ex- tend it as far as Santa Ana. Now a line has been commenced through one of the iflost flourishing districts of Guatemala, and, from the capital having been already subscribed, and the experience of those engaged in the work, there is every reason to be- lieve the line will be finished long within contract time, and-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 18 November 1882

• -i i ■ sia (^* v*: >i V i Mi 1=4 4 '; ■ jp¡e fufaría ^dvocnh. j TUS «BATK OF THE AÜTMOU O* "liOXU S WEET 1IOXE." K«*r Carllia^o, iu * Lncty apot; Mitly vuitol, Iee|M a wtunlo'iiig iain«tr«l of our own tinca, wlioae 0110 i imtuorial aong Um bveii ii<¡urtl everjr- ) where the English language is apok- j •it Like the roving binders of lovely i Provence, many times lie hail noth- ¡ ing hut his harp. Joliu Howard j Payne was a gay Bohemian, exti ava- j gant in tnste, lavish in expenditure:; tiring much, too much " 'mid pleas- i urea and palaces,*' yet with a vein of I ratine down deep iii his heart. He died while holding the oftk-e of Con* aul, and a marble sln't, sent out by the government of the United States, narks the grave of the homeless man, sixty years a wanderer on enrth, th« author of "Homo Sweet Home." One ttinter he was withorft money or credit, and in Loudon 'had not where to lay his head. He tried to quiet tho pain of hunger and liomio- tesaness by looking in at win...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 18 November 1882

.* i. Br Tsrz" IV v *4~* r D. H. REGAN ■MMCddblUan Ik* nmt Um of SILKS, Satins,VELVETS BROCADED PLUSHES, BBROIDSRED CASHMERES, Dress Flannels, MTV YOUTHS' and GENTS' CLOTHING, CLOAKS anil DOLMANS. Philadelphia Made BOOTS and SHOES. '*1 1,'JI -J Li.. Local Intellioence. MTU UP ADYKKTIM1MO. L««*l BotUn 30o per Une each Insertion Two iftcbea «paro one year Two luetic , six months Two iei'liea, three mouths Six lachvs, one j eur buril , mix mouths fix inches, three mouths Jb ".«n inch*. (« col.)Dne.year.. Klovea inr.has, six mouths Wove* lactic., three mouths... Twenty-two iuciies (0U3 col) one year Tweaty-two luches six mouths Twenty-two inches, thiee montuu 520.n0 . i:;.ou ,. 9.00 , ..10.00 .35.00 .2.1.00 .87.00 ..#0.00. ..42.00. , 150.00 ioo.oo. 70.00. SeWinniMtiena of a personal character must feejMtitl for He edvertuemuulH, in advance. Merrie^it oud death notices, not exceeding •n linee, inserted gratis. Aiivertleeweute luserteil for a ess time than ttree aoutlie will he charged $1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 25 November 1882

$irtnia Alwrat*. T the: _Jftg. 1.1 J—L? J ~-r - , . , **"- -re 1 "" -*" " ■' • V" ' '■fk* " ^ ' * ' ' . '' f '■ '• (íujuaj A DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL, nWLURBD WEEKLY, m •1.60, Wnwt or MmUiwwtoni tfcuT ff a ÉMk M< M PHiUag Mm Ú ^ E. V. LINN, MHtVI AND Jáüúofcfe. J¿ 6. MU If tí, . . Attoeiaie Editor tlSS é McXBtL, =W^a= - - Publisher torn in Uto üuieüi states. The value of Texas property is now put at 84OO,(fótf,O0Ó.' *♦« i \ There liave been two hundred and fifty car toads Of cotton seed bought at Lullng durlrtfe the seascfef: The Houston Pott has a tired ex- presston Of late, it ii soiriawhat hacked—contrition, you know. Hie residence of lír Walter Car- utb, near Dallas, said to be the fin- est in the state, htft been totalfy de- stroyed by fire. That portion of "íexas which was the hunting ground of the aborigines six or seven years ago, is now stó'cK&d with 913,500,00ft, worth of. cáttíe, protected by the state government. goins liopes of Arabt's release or acquittal are ereated ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 25 November 1882

- a She %fU1ortH Advocate. SATURDAY. KOY. SI. 1889. \ THE INDIAXM OF ALA8KA. (From the I'ortlimU Orcgonlnn.) The numbor of aborigines in Alas- ka U variously estimated from 31,- 000 to 50,000. With reganl to those in the interior there is very meager accurate knowledge. The obstacles in the way of a thorough understand- ing of the nature of this portion of the American possessions and the number and character of the natives are not great, either from the cost of outfitting an exploring party, danger from the natives, or any other terrors incident to such an undertaking. In their handiwork, especially as cxliib- bited by carvings in wood, stone and slate, their ornaments and shapely canoes, they display uulooked for skill. Blanketed natives, with paint- ed or hideously besmeared face, were be seon. From a condition offensive to the nostrils and this scanty mode of dress, there are various stages of approach to cleanliness and a civiliz- ed style of clothing; some, indeed, make a very...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 25 November 1882

mm \ ) ? "<* * - -v / ■ % " ¡ i, f n% 4 « * í 4 '. *■- SÍ >■ ''Úf: ¡SÉ 'Ümrúf ¡ft* ^iciúría ¿¡dvocate. PA1US0L AST8. Of the parasol iyita at Trinidad, a writer in The Lonilon Field says: In the afternoon, after arriving at the island in senrch of the cashew nuts and fruit, I found the path leading through the thick forest in many places actually covered with the ca- shews which had fallen from the trees on either side. It is a delicious j fruit, sometimes of a yellow color with the kidney-slmped seed on the outside instead of the inside, like other fruits. This latter is roasted and ts esteemed a delicacy by many people, hut if not carefully prepared is apt to cause blisters on the lips. We had no difficulty In filling our baskets with as many cashews as we required and were ahout returning to the boat when one of Mr. B.'s sons, who had been some little dis- tance away from us sauntering around in the brush, called to me to come back, and on going to where he was, he pointed t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 25 November 1882

I n I ■aa w RxfclkMUa «• FtaMl llu •( SILKS, Satins,VELVETS BROCASXD FLUSHES, mm CASHMERES. Dress Flannels, MVS' YOUTHS' and GENTS' CLOTHING, CLOAKS and DOLMANS. Philadelphia Made BOOTS and SHQES. Best Qof he ii and Western butter, new prunes, raisins, currants and other dried fruits at II. S. Cunningham's. The hortxon has been brightened the pa t week by prairie fires. The Immense growth of grass this season and tlie re- duced number of cattle on the range ac- counts for it. No serious damage has Texas to fill the secretary of stateslilp. Hob. Jonathan Payne, of Goliad, paid our city a visit during the week return- ing l^rne on last Thursday. Judge' Payne Is one of the representative men1 of tills seetlon, and while we are not au- thorised to nominate him for public station, we must say that we think blm the beat and most suitable democrat in resulted so far as we can learn. The first frost of the season occurred on last Monday nlglit. It was light, however, and only slightly injur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 9 December 1882

N S. J). LINN, AMD BUSINESS MANAOEB. /. B. MUVN. - LINK é MeNJSÍL, Auoctate Editor Publisher The Georgia members who are A Cherokee Ii paper published at KiliiaHi has six (Mita a news- villc, Ar- The funeral of Bear Admiral Stan- ley took place at Washington City on Thursday last. Tbettawfttr the meeting of the legislature Is M*r aft haml, and the temporary capital, it is said, wi|l be ready. ««■ There is a man by the name of McDonald, living in Ottawa, Cana- da, who is 105 yearn of age aud his wife 106. Daring the last year the United States sent to Great Britain, 9,500,- ■ 000 newspapers, and received from ' that country 7,500,000. . In 1494 the first paper was pub- • lishedln Europe, and was sold on the streets of Paris. There are said to "X ' be «everal coplea of it iir existence. •-« The grandjory at St. Louis fulled to fiad an lucyctment against Johit A Clffctorsl for the murder of Blayback, and the dependent was discharged. This ends all legal proceedings in the matter. Senat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 9 December 1882

B. wmtm / ,/ t \ V §lf$ fitfori* ¿¡dictate. SATURDAY. DEC. , 1888. be- 8P00PEIÍPTKE8 WATER JET. (From the Brooklyn EagU.) "My dear," said Mr. Spoopenkyke as ko planted the nozzle of the street sprinkler and braced it with bricks; "My dear, tliat make* considerable * of a fountain. I wish I bad thought of it before." "Upon my word I" giggled Mrs. Spoopendyke; "why you are really an inventor. That's the best foun- tain I ever saw; but how are you go- ing to tako it down?" and Mrs. Spoopondyke contemplated the foun- tain with considerable misgiving. "Don't want to take it down!" grunted Mr. Spoopendyke. "It comes down itself by the natural laws of gravitation, Did you sup- pose that water intended to squirt up into the air ami wait for me to bring it down oi^a stopladder t Got some kind of a notion that I was going to tie a rope around the water nnd haul it down, hadn't ye? Well, I'm not, and I'm not going to offer it any chromos to come down either," and Mr. Spoopendyke seated himself...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 9 December 1882

vW' • ■ \ " - > ¡¡l(t %'ictorin dvocufo. poetry7 AN AUTUMN SCENE. BY JOEL BENTON. 'Die Indian summer's veil of blue Lies on tlio mountain* far awny; And, from Uie past, forever new, Dawn ushers In the dreamy day. Tlie nlr Is still, the rivulet gicains In «liver Hashes through the vale— The silken mist above the stream's Fair path shines Uko a glist'nliigs.iil. I see the squirrel skip and dart Among the rainbow-tinted leaves, The glossy chestnuts Are his heart— But, as for him he never grieves. Where red and russet orchards stand, Bowing their burdens to the plain, The lover takes his loved one's hand And Saunters through the orchard laue. f. The clouds are soft that fleck the sky, The dry leaves rustle past their feet; But their unclouded reverie, . And blissful dreams and vision sweet. Outdo tfie splendor of the day, Surpass the glory of the dawn; The world itself must pass away Ere such delights are dead and gone! I mark their measured stay—and slow— The cottage gate, the parti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 9 December 1882

fin ■ i.%.• T"4' :;'p5^fif' ' .!W ': -'i . ,.f ,->;. "■: ■■ riRgpg- K ;,:TÜ>^ ■- •> "r^'TiT — — — m í \ | • kr.. mm I D. H. REGAN ■aa •• BAiMMoa Ow riMit Uh of SILKS, Satins,VELVETS BROCADED FLUSHES, HBROIDEBED CASHMERES, Dress Flannels, MVS1 YOUTHS' and GENTS' CLOTHING, «LOAIS and DOLMANS. Philadelphia Made BOOTS and SHOES. The scarcity of eggs U tuid to be ow- The display of Christmas holiday j j Ing to the fact that many are caving goods at MU Fannie RoufTs i one of ¡ ' them for the fancy price* customary ¡ the most handsome ever known in the ¡ during Christmas week. The steady advance In the price of land In every part of thW section Indicates a constant improvement of our country. Lauda have doubled tholr price within the. past year. All clocks sold, are examined by me and are guaranteed for two years. Geo. Diesbach. Local lnlelliaence. ■aid or AWjcKTisma. L*Mi JTotfoes JOo per Une esoh Insertion Two laches spnc* one rear. 130.00 Two Indio*, ix months 13.00 Two Inches,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 9 August 1884

■■1 ■■ "M «irtoria JOB DU* A M £. Z>. LI NIT, ruiTom aid pa A. GLENN. - Associate Eihi for nnioixT, GROVER CLEVELAND, or XffW TOW. rom vice president, THOMAS i HKNDRICKS, or indiana. KEftS, 7TB DISTRICT, H. CRAXJT, or DKWRt cookt*. NN«L =r- lUNCfcMENT -•':v for bki besektattvb. We are utkiaM to wmum R. H. Wood, 61 Aimmu «oonty.as * candidate (or npn- tentative (rom this, tbe 87 th representative district, subject to the action of the democratic conveatiou, which meet* at Cuero August S7th. We are autborixed to announce the name of Ron. a. W. Meriwether, of Hollad, aa a candi- date tor re-election to the legislature from tbe 87th representative district; subject, however, to the action of the democratic convontion. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce tb« name ot Capt. r. A. fenner as a candidate for re-elec- tion to the o Ace of sherift of Victoria county, at the exuding November electyo. We are authorized to announce the name of. Wm. R Tom as a candidate for sheriff of Vic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 9 August 1884

I yjictom Jf(haotic. SATURDAY, AUUL'ST #, 1884. It AT KM Or ADVEBTMnU. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Address Delivered by Mrs. Willie Home at the Close of the Victoria Suinnier Normal. I.ailics and Gentlemen— Fellow Teach- I erg: I FASHIONNOTES. Feather fans are the most fashion- able kind. i Fawn color is one of the most fasli- iouaiile colors. Scientific Miscellany. MISCELL ANEOUS. J. C. HEATON ABRO., j I come before you to say a few Caticantlius ia the name of a new Loo*l Notices 20c per Xiin® each Inicrtion worfja before formally closing tlje Iu- • reririigli brown tint. t.„, nt) \ «State work. You are all aware thatt Therc u a tenaency toward the re- '".Ía.oíi ¡tliis Institute was established by ^urn 0f the D0II3* Vardon Btyle. VICTOUIA, TKX AS. An apparatus hus been employed at Harvard college for recording ev- ery change in the electricity of the air, and the degree change. The, u-i.TnM <> ppnc observations are expected to furnish J* O nfcA r UPI CL B valuable indications el' weather...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Victoria Advocate — 9 August 1884

/. / Vf " ♦ * Ik _ \ "• ■ .r ■ The Colonel who didn't Recognize Ven. L(ie*á Authority to Sarrt-nder. Mm, - ■ — (Washington National Tribune.) [Circular JÍu. ti J The Sow Orleans Exposition. m ■ I I I 4 I; i A §~ke yittorm ¿(dí a¡.lie. poetry- How to Woo the Maiden. If you would woo an Indian maid, Lay sentiment aside; And wear a suit of a single belt, Adorned uitli a "poH.oui hide. [Cherubusco People. If you would woo a Yankee maid, Just take her to the fair, And treat her to lee cream and cake, And give her tafly there. [Goi'liain Mountaineer. .. ,, , was on his way to the IYcmH. . If you would woo aYork state maid. J In Ule menlltiine yheri.lan and some "l\° ,er ^°"le n ^ay i of liij* stair started to ride over to- ' different sides should lie dressed In Give her the pants and all the cash. And let her have her say. [Waterloo Observer. If you would woo a German girl, Bojcarcful how you do it; •> should her dander rise, head would rue It [Gorl'.am Mountaineer. WAIFS. Red snow co...

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