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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1890. < . Uefore daylight next morning we had our cup of coffee and the programme for the limit was completed. Captain Taylor stationed Uucle Mo.se at camps, for lie said wlien the dogs started the bear, it would be as likely to am throvgh camps as any where else. lie then stationed the oMiers in such manner that the bear could not pass through without coming 111 gunshot of sume one. '1 hen mounting his horse, he said he would go around the bear and run him in among us and felt certain that some one of us would kill hint. It so happened that my stano was near where 1 had ascended the hluIf the evening before. "Now gentlemen," said the Captain, "when you hear the dogs, you may know that the bear is not far in advance of thein. Be on the look out, for I'll bet a coonskin that a bear passes through this gap before 12 o'clock to-day." So saying, < aptain Taylor rode off d*wn the river. It was now sunrise; the morning was cold and crisp, t...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1890. Sh? §!$patrh. f.y hov a andkkw. Siibfcrlprioii per Au<.mil Entered at (ht put/office (if J ji ni- pos ns, Texas, us <tci>n</-c!at.i nut matter. Lampasas doesn't boom, steadily, improves. s!io Lampasas is the only town in western Texas that has a creamery. Tins is the largest issue of a news- paper ever gotten out in Lampasas county. Lampasas is the only íown west of Austin that supports a first-class street railway. Lampasas Is the only town in Texas that 8an Antonio recognizes as a rival in the wool and hide trade. Lampasas is the only town of its size in Texas that successfully copes withthe seaport cities as a cotton market. Lampasas is the only town of it* size in Texas that-affords a support for four largo hotels ami twenty boarding houses. Lampasas is the orIív town in Texas, with less than 7,0*inhabi- tants, that supports such a well ap- pointed educational establishment as Centenary College. The unjust criticism ma...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY. DECEMIJKR 10, 1S0<\ !|CCHRISTMAS! CHRISTMAS! CASSELL'S DRUG STORE And see his elegant line of holiday presents, such as Fine bronze pitchers and statues, rich plush toilet sets, manicure sets, photo and autograph albums, shaving sets, trav- eling cases, beautiful perfume sets, vases, cups and saucers, toy cannons, fire works, drums and lots of other beautiful things which Santa Claus has instructed us to sell cheap, cheap, extra cheap, for cash. Now is the time; come quick, as we are having a big rush and wil soon be sold out. Don't forget the place. J. D. Cassell's, The Popular Druggist • — McHENRY & BALLARD, THE MAMMOTH CLOTHIERS Anil Gents' Furnishers of Western Texas. They have the largest stock of clothing, boots and shoes, hats and gents' furnishings, trunks and valises of anv house in West Texas. They will save you twenty per cent, on all purchases in their line. See them before you make your fall purchases, as you will save money by doing...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DlXEMPEIt 10, IWlO. S- OUR REMARKABLY SUCCESSFUL TBÜDS «-a \ During the past season is gratifying evidence to us. that our friends. Un- people. appreciate our efforts to serve them with low prices, reliable goods and fair treatment. We expect to still further increase our business for tlie coming year, ami will offer special inducements to prompt paying trade to buy their goods from us. We are now disposing of our entire stock of heavy weight goods, regardless of profit, as we do not intend to carry over a single yard of winter goods, if ciose prices will sell them. Call and learn our prices before purchasi>isr. We will save you money. Stokes, ISeall & Co., Purveyors to the People.

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1890. THE RED STAE RACKET HOUSE ¿till Leads tine Piocession.- IN THE WAY EXTREMELY LOW -ON- Tin, Glass, W ©oil and Crockery ware. Butter Sets, four pieces:—Butter dish, sugar bowl, cream pitcher and spoon holder, 45cts. < Water Sets:—Large pitcher, two goblets, finger bowl and plate, 75cts. (Large Cake Stands and Honey Bowls, 40cts each Fine Variety of Motions in the Dry Goods Line. CHRISTMAS GOODS. We have made special arrangements with Santa Claus to fill the stockings of the children with suitable gifts at prices that surprise our opposition. J. H, GRAHAM & BROTHER, Props. West Third Street; Lampasas, Texa s A «In. We arc pleas-ed to kani that Mr. Tom ¡Sanléy, who has been quite ill, is now convalescent. Mr. Lee Garner is suflering from an attack of the measles. This con- tagion will doubtless he prevalent anions; us lor awhile. Our school now has an enrollment ot thirty pupils which will doubtless be augmented some yet. Mr. Hill ...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

r LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1890. LOMETA DIRECTORY F. W. DENT LOMETA, TEXAS. DEALER IN Pure Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Physicians Prescriptions a Specialty. Fine Stock of Toilet Articles, Stationery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc. COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL BOOKS. WE COOKSEr, Lometa, Texas. Has on hand a Complete line of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES and HATS, which he is now offering at inducing figures. — O o * Cut prices prevail on all Clothing in the house, and now is your time to buy, Full line of TIN, GLASS and QUEENSWARE in stock at Giock (Bottom Figures. A Fi ~esk and Choice stock of Groceries at priccs to meet all competition. Also has on hand a nice line of Farming Implements, which can be bought at close figures and on easy Dayments. He also represents the "Lone Star Nurseries," and any one needing fruit or ornamental trees, or shrubbery slants would do well to get his prices. II. IE. M'LEAN & CO., -Dealers in- TINWARE AND STOVES. & ■ s. Wagons and bug...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1?:"¡0. It Lonirit, In the western portion of Lam- pasas county and .sixteen mi es norh- west of the city of" Lampasas, nest- ling in a fertile valley, surrounded almost hy mountains in the town of Lometa. About live years ago the place uuon which it is situated was simply a bare piece of of valley land. To-day the little town can boast a population ot some 2-30. The town has ever h id to combat various prejudice-). For three year, there was an absolute tailure in the crops. Many farmers can remember the time when it was almost impos- sible to secure many of the necces- saries for the home; but to-day there can be bought in the stores of Lome- ta almost any article or comnodity needed. Despite every obstacle Lometa is forging to the frout as a business center. In less than twelve months (our new business houses have been erected and five new dwelling houses have been built. There is not a vacant house in or near the town. Our lands are of a...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

12 LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, ISO". LA.1IPA!«AM OF I.OXJ AGO Most everybody likes to iecall "old times" once in a while, and this idea was suggested to this sijuibbler who, while "fishing around" brought to the surface a musty old copy of Tiik Dispatch, Oct. 17, 1871, Mellon <fc Barron, editors and proprietors. Some of the extracts 1 herefrom may prove somewhat interesting to the readers—both eld and new. it must be borne in mind that nine- teen years «go Lampasas county was a typical frontier settlement aud the now city of Lampasas an unpreten- tious, inland burg. The entire popu- lation of the county did not exceed Í ,500 souls—about half the number of people in a mile of the court house at the present time. The business portion of the town was confined exclusively to court house square, and a glance at the ad- vertising columns of the relic in ques- tion shows the following situation: Northington & Iiro.., did business at what is now known as the Harris cor...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

lampasas dispatch, avkdxkkí a v, i.i-:cf.?.¡],]-:k io. iwm. '—Trr-—:—rr1 - V agg V>—: ~ ! J i. l;j St K' Sk.-.-ty) v' J. M. COLEMAN. WIidIííhuI'* ml Iletinl J, ;ilc.j- in h \r 0 II A Ik Vi'lliiC l J l. 11 l \\i stork Of Slightly Damav;' (I Goods for Sale | Cheap. Ha:-.t Side Square. a-- a PASAS BlSPJí'j'm I Tex a.-, Krvj o Both the method aid rt:.;¡!í., v. Kyrup of Figs 13 Cal:c.i, it is pi:j! and refr "-':iÍMg t'. the t« .!■ , and j ' . pertly y t on t!:-; Kidney Live! ai.'l i >«*•.'. r ! I.. . .4 ill-...; | tr:lil cllfcr;.:.ully, dispels h'-d- | a« l.fcs an-i íev .rs and h ii.«i constipation. Syrup of 1 i, !¡.e only remedy oí" iff kind ever \-.r, dueed, pleasing to the tasto yrni ; ceptahle to the stomach, prompt, '¡¡ its action and truly beneficial in ¡L: ¡ efff';t8, prepared only from the mo í ! y ¡r V. healthy ami agreeable substances, : ' many excellent <|i..tlii.i .'S coitirmniií Kthe.only lii-:t class jialleiy in tliecounly M. I.O WRY, LOB, \\ i--;. , ,i Am-. Opposi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

14 LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1.0, 199". T1IE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Following is the opinion of the New York papers on the President's message: The Sun: The principal thing in President Harrison !s message is a zealous recommendation that the force bill should be taken up and pressed through congress. There is little need of further argument upon this subject. The bill is simply a revolution. Its one purpose is to continue the dominant party in power, and to this end its promotera are willing to destroy local govern- ment, to overthrow the rights of citi- zens and of communities, and to change a free republic of free elec- tions into a concentrated party des- potism. This scheme bh'oúld be re- sisted determinedly, unyieldingly, uncompromisingly by every Demo- crat. If necessary, every means of delay and obstruction should be re- sorted to in congress. The mischiefs that are sure to arise from such a po- litical revolution are bo great and so grave as to overshadow every ot...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

LAÍÍTPASAS bíSPATbk,' WEÚÍí J5S f) A Y DECEMBER 1 b, - 18ÍÍ0. 15 i'l . 2liliaurc Sircctorj). I.AMPA3A.3 COUNTY \I.UANCK. Officers—J jit íovvnsen. presidunt; Z B Loe, vice president; J P Uaugh, secretary: W II Hawkins, lecturer, Pxecutive Committee—J B Williams, D T Brigss, 8 T Denton; A J McGuyer, bus- ine?s agent. 8OB-AX1LIANCES. lx> <* Cove Alliance—Meets Saturday veiling before the third bunday in each nionili. Officers—w (J fctokes, president; •vrw Scott, vice president; A J McGuyer, secretary. Visiting brethren invited. Sulphur Fork Alliance—Meets second and fourth Saturdays in each month. Oltt cere—w H Clements, president, PGibson, secretary. Falls Creek Alliance, lfiO'2—Meets Fri- day niaht before the second Sunday, a nd Saturday before the fourth Sunday, in caoh month. Officers—J w Townsen.pres Ident; J H Moore, vice president; JL .. Taylor, secretary. Cooksy Branch Alliancc, 2195—Meeis the ñrst and fourth Saturdays in each month. Officers—w K white, president; B B whi...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

1G LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DEC EM IJKK '• , .1890. A-douui aiu. Pink. HY HATTlli DYER kiu'lts. Her real name was Priscilla, but she somehow got the jUinie ot I'ink when she •was very small, and nobody ever thought of callinir hev anything else. Since she grew up the prettiest girl in all the 11« « back mountain resrion, it seemed so nppro- priate that the staid name of Priscilla was almost foruotten. Never h.itl Pink llildreth looked sweet- er than when she stood, wrapp ■ I in a cloak and hood at the door of their cottage that gray December at ternoon with a little basket oh her arm. Yet even now Mrs. llildreth ca>t an anx- ious eye up to the thick gathering clouds, and said: "Pink, 1 doubt, after all, if you had bet- ter go to-day. It looks very threatenim?-- I don't like to have you cross the moun- tain under such a sky; if you were to g$i. lost on Llocrback — " "Nonsense, mother!" cried Pink, nier lily. -"Don't I know every foot path of old Houback's' Desides, I'll only ...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

LYMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1890. 17 Hardware. W. F. BARNES.Hardwarc Wholesale and Retail Dealer In ShelfandHeavy Hardware. Al*o the Finest and Most Exquisite Line % Kilegant -s- Imported Qiieensware Beautiful Chamber, STOVES OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES. \ Blacksmiths Supplies a Specialty, Wagon Material, Manufacturer of New Casing Fire Proof Flues, Guttering, Galyan- ized Iron Cornice, Etc. Mail Orders Promptly Attended to. West Third Street Lampasas, Texas T. J. GOODWIN, manufacturer OF Galvanized Iron, Gorniffs of all Dosiinis, Mm, ' U ' U' sroi'Tixíi, i'i.r.Miíixíi, imi'K-eíttixí;, sheet ikon work. Gueenswarc, Glassware, Tinware, and all kinds of Hardware. ALSO THE Celebrated CHARTER OAK COOK STOYE. Lampasas, - Texas. COMMBKCIAIi SALOON, J. B. GOOLSBY, Proprietor. - dealer in all kinds Pure Liquors and Cigars Buy your Liquors for Christmas at the Commercial, and you can depend on the goods being pure. BRUNSWICK SALOON IT. O. 233E3"2"XTOIjDS, ZFTop. Fine Wines, Liquors...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

18 LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, lS'.H). Hioca,! ILTe-ws. Flave Teat, of Sunny Lane, ua- i:i (liecity this week. Fm-Juii-y sti ¡>k anil ro¡is( so nice Oolo llie IleVrigt-nilor market an 1 m t it on ice. New lot of bed anil s'ngle toung at A. V\ . Green's. V Mr. John Doyle, of Nix, was m ilio city this week. 36 plush jackets at cost for for holiday presents. White & Allan. The schools will close i'pr the holi- days on Friday the 19th. For stylish rigs, boys don't forgot to see Polsgrove. Mr. W. S. Reyes im In tiie city viftitinsr relatives. Governor Hogg is 111 1110 lead and the John Deere plows are, jiud al ways have been. Lee Vowels, of Lometa, v a- in the city this week. The handsomest line of white blankets in town at 1 White & Allan's. Eugene Himsdell, of fiuniet c • unt\ j was In theeity this week. j 1'ine wicker pln-.li goods. New lot jiint in at (Jreon's Í urnii ur«- hoti-e. Mrs. N. T Cunimi iij*- ii .11«•:«'I «jiuirtcrs for fine dre.-s making. Unloadi...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

LAMPASAS MISMATCH, W KDN ESI)A V. I K<' K " i! K It I". IS'. 11 t;j M no alius lar- x h 2ft llVCi- JIhto , |<>r his mini- Míen. Lip] o y • I in 1111 o 'I to III.II '<■ *! ••.- I> >>i litt* I- . i u 1, liu\\ - • II liten bold No Use Talking, You can't enjoy Christmas if your feet are not Warmly and Neatly Clad, and 3 \>v> a is at the Same Old Stand, with a large and beautifully selected stock of Photographs! ftMff, ¿i I fllippSStlti . (i ow, I FANCY DRESS SHOES, EVEIIY DAY SHOES, SCHOOL SHOES, OVERSHOES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING IN The SHOE LINE. Other houses cannot compete with Townsen in prices, hut of course GOOD shoes cost money, and vviien it conies to cheap shoes, the opposition get lost in the snow. I>ut Townsen has no time nor wind to waste talking about cheap shoes. He likes to sell shoes that he can GUARANTEE. H. D. ZACHARY, -Carries the Nicest Liue ot Fruits, €onfectioneri§ & Cigars, Etc., All the Varieties of Crystalized Goods. Oh My! How N...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

20 LAMPASAS DISPATCH, WED NESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1890. £T Mrs. Mattie Wilkes lias returned home from Lometa after a week's pleasant visit to that thriving little city. Cheap, Cheap, Cheap, Cheap. Everything cheap at Texas Trading Company, ex- cept the fellows, they are dear to every sweetheart, but these "dear fellows" sell goods very cheap. Cut prices carry the day. Judge J. J. Hill has been quite sick this week, but we aro pleased to lie abta to state that he is now re- covering. Elegant line of embroider- ies for spring, just received by White & Allan. Sickness and oilier troubles among •wr force throw us three day late with the special edition, but "we get there just the same." Uncle Sfain'sNerve and Bone Liniment will relieve sprains, bruits, neuralgia and rheumatism For sale at Sporks Jiros. Mrs. Captain Crook??, accompanied by her little daughter, of Arkansas, i« here visiting her mother, Mrs. M. T. Cummings. Grandma Sewell is in the city ibis week and called on The Dispatc...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 10 December 1890

/< r ■^SLAUGHTERING!^ SPOT CASH OSING OUT U 2 NOW ^ \\A I .1* I "£s\ £ D -OUR- ENTIRE LIKE —GO AT— y4 331-3 PErGEnt REriuction V\ 1-:$ per cent. Roil net ion ON ML WINTER GOODS At this, the ending of the year 1890, you are cordiallv requested to go at once to H WHITE & ffllRN'S- — AND It("V— $20.00 WORTH OF GOODS FOR CASH, AND (JET ONE OF THOSE ELEGANT OIL PAINTINGS rami PR!II Offers tills January First, 1891. -MOVING OUT- ^ _ OF — 4- *■ •T!i t ♦ < n T ... nn OVER COATS ai rr.M.i.v MURDERED We have no time to say Funny, Happy, cranky tilings that will make you LAUGH, a TrOTi I j ,¿ü u ♦ And tickle you where you live—on your Pocket-book. GIVE YOU MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR THAN ANY HOUSE IN LAMPASAS. — "A *

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