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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 22 October 1897

I>0 YOU KNOW PUfiELY PERSONAL. Our Friends. What day did they set. What he did with the license. What sh<^ said when M. ask ,t* no<;f>._i--aJiy oi The following subcribers have paid the amount opposite their names and have the editors thanks. This method will serve a receipt and if yov naid us ar- during the past. v ' Peeping1 Into the', Human KAt<e:.doscope as as it Iltpves Around. [If you have friends visitiirg your homes, or if you are preparing to.Leave fcr a visit elsewhere drop the Courier a p* — 4-'ir note. It is impos- sible for ustoler-" _ .of - i. ^ -.desire yal and Departure of Trains. IIS cL. Mm. but MNGER. mnt paiH TH!E COURIER IS PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST of CONROE and montgomery county p;ents per cofy. FL\ . CONROE, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1897. YEAR. FOURTH HASP TKGpHTS. HARMONY HAPPENINGS. Qreve's Ointment overcomes all unhealthy af- fections of t!\e skin and when the feet or lhnb3 are tired, I stiff, aching and sore. Grove"3 J O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 22 October 1897

'AIR. in all this talk of __ thinks of New Jer- Once 'more the man who sa.w the whole fire and escaped alive will make his neighbors regret it. The Bible tells us that Naomi was 580 years old when she married. Surely that ought to be some consolation to thy old maids. The finding of a uniform ease marked "Gordon Pasha" on board one of the boats recently captured at Berber, re- ^vividly the tragedy of the Nile 1 to the fall of Khartoum. pish Tory army officer who ^left directions that his body (emated and the ashes bur- Sen by the side of his fa- r|>3 dog was a Scotch col- leen taught to bark and kver Mr. Gladstone's name ^;d. After it died its mas- lecorate the grave with ord Beaconsfield's birth- phing of two Italians in St. Irish, near New Orleans, two o, for the murder of an old the general government sev- asand dollars by way of indem- Italy; and now an old negro 's s and proves that he was the Fderer and the Italians had nothing fo do with thji crime. The doctrine of an eye ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 22 October 1897

If / ©O YOU KNOW * r ^jre of Traias, A<, "in-NGER which Gen. w. a Mill3 was in command. One day we were marching along the very summit of the big divide between the Big Horn and the Powder rivers and came to a nalt to rearrange the pack-train^ sad- iles and so forth. We were fully 400 miles from the living place of any hu- man beings. So when all of a sudden we saw a man on the hills at a dis- tance in the rear we watched him pretty sharply. He was on horseback, traveling quietly along in the same Sixecijon we were headed. Gen. Mills asked me if I had any of my men sut. I had none, and we made up our minds that it was an Indian. As we drew nearer, however, I saw •it was a white man, and in a few minutes I recognized my old acquaint- ance, California Joe. And a curious spectacle to behold he was. He was mounted on a tcugh, battered-up look- ing old bronco with a saddle that look- ed as though it might have seen ser- vice since the days of the Forty-niners. His dirty buckskin leggi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 22 October 1897

and Fish J^igsretL might be in all this talk of thinks of New Jer- A COOD A This Will scope Talk about Montgomery county. neighbor to take the Ask your Courier. i Thu<e has not been a case .yello\n£ver in Texas thic }:ear. Thf. Courier subscription list is ,"rowing faster now that it has er grown. Thanks. The Courier is only $i.«oo per year if paid in advance. (.Other- wise $1.50 will be charged. week during the quarantine ere rather lame, so Messrs. nd Lee Matthews, ST. P. John Hardy, Banks JGnrif- aleigh Spinks and WiJilOrif- Earttv* patked their grips weld with tion ry aad wet groceries, fishing tack- amunitio/i and hied them- selves away (o Rogers lake far a few days sport. Did they have it ? Well, ihey were the prepared jfoti-s- tard for the occassion, and snach another time they don't remember cf ever enjoying. They caug!a,t plenty -of fish, killed squirrels for the fun«sif the thing and run veni- son all over the bottom, sending blue whe-sttlers after them on every turn, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 22 October 1897

fy- f:1 m DO YOU KNOW [yi^val and Departure of Trains. I. & G. N. PASSENGER. \ORTH BOCt.'D SOUTH BOUN© Leavt ^ p m | Arrive 2 33 am Leavt 12:55 P m I Arrive.... jo:^S a m kV lG., C. & S. F. PASSENGER. .^EST BOUND EAST BOGND .. 12:01 p m | Arrive 5:25 pm Leave! £.2:35 p m | Leave j'40 pm Conroe Lodge, K. or p., No. 224, /meet every 2d and 4th ThsTsd.lv nights in each month. M. S. Oroper. C. C.: Wahrenber«er, K. R. S.; J. F. Col- ter, M. of E.: C. T. D*vby, M. of F. any- :ks- •f; LOCAL _LUCIBITY. WHAT HAS HAPPENED AND GO HSG TO HAPPEN, TGLD AND TALKED ABOUT. Business grows betfter. T"all turnips on the market. "Monday's mail was a corker. W. D. Pellam offers his place for sale cheap. Dominos 5 cents £ set up at the Courier office. There are several cases of dengue Jfever in town.' Buy your winter^vood before the weather gets bad. Give Bob's Lunch Counter a call. Meals at all hours. Bob keeps the finest cakes and pastrys in Con roe. Go to Pickett <& Curlee's for ■cheap f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 22 October 1897

INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHAVTEK V.—(CosTiircKD.) j "I will, then. Mr. Druce." My way then is clear, and I tell her i "A better man than you any day." that 1/ she had not so assured me, I | "That may be. But I know he's not ehoulfd not have had the courage to the man to make Mabel happy." speak further. And so by degrees I ! "He'll make her both happy and open my heart to her, and I show her rich," she retorts. "And you step in Uiat the happinoss of my life is in with your smooth tongue, and spoil her her hands. Well, well, what more can life." I say of iliis interview? What more [ "God forbid!" I say, with twinges of than that, to my ineffable delight, Ma- ; compunction and rue and jealousy, bel accepts eh- p.s her lover, telling me j "I'll not stand in the way of her happi- that she has loved me from child- ; ness. Call her in, and if she says now liood, and that, alcliGUgh she has j she prefers another I'll bid her good- nevcr thought of me in the relation of j bye, as is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 22 October 1897

J "\ ~' ' 5 ?: -~>- r~* r Hf X '^k Ar. SHIPS ^TEWAlft). GREAT MAN, INDEED, IN HIS OWN ESTIMATION. Relation* with Pansengers—Hi* Tattle Cubby Where Everything: Is N*at and Secured iu Orderly^Arranjjemcut—The Pet of the Ladies. Jt HE steward is- a very great man, in the sailing world, 1 mean, and I fancy lie maintains bis prestige in the cir- cles he frequents ashore. On a sail- ing vessel his posi- tion is unique and important and his self-esteem and car- riage must be measured accordingly, though often his stature but little ex- ceeds five feet, says a writer in the New York Post. Technically, he may have a few superiors aboard, bot his Innermost consciousness recognizes none save the captain. For him his veneration is absolute. He lords it ■over the sailors, aiwi as for the cool:— give "him your pity, lor the steward will show trim little .especially if he is black and his superior lord of the galley but -half so. The steward's day on a big merchant- man begins about 4 o'clock i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 22 October 1897

£•«. * '-V tiimimBm M-#;c (V ti hi I \ tha bel acc£t that she hood, . and never tb ought rar orders for f Dodgers, Envelopes, Note Heads, Letter Heads, Notes, Mortgages, Or any kind of Printing TO THE \husba,nd, ske ri a? arms., SjP only f'his dspartmenti I Many ^ advertising. AD COLUMN. ADVERTISING RATES. 5 to fill the dcu/?nd for Short ads will be 1 jser- ii under this head for one cent a wird avers _or one weeic> or two cents a word for four ' when 'weeks. No ad takenforless than 2=; cents, bre?' ^ -C ^w- — OLD PAPERS for t,ale at the low price of 2; cts per 100 at the Courier Office. LARGE LLTTER and Invoico Files for merchants for sale at Courier Office. WARRENTEE, Vendors and Release deed?, all' kinds of notes, mortgages and receiots for sale at the Courier Office. lAPLR CLIPS, Paper Files, Glass Ink Stands, pens, pea holders, pcncils and CSce Stauonecj ch&ap at Courier Office. P' f THE COURIER has a new line of Stationery How is your supp'y of Letter Heads, Envelopes a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 18 March 1898

J A Knight f^B V Courier. riVE (jpis FEB cor-K. FOURTH YEAR. THE COURIER IS PUBLISHED IN THE- INTEREST OffCONROE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY. ——— V ~ -T - Sl.OO PER YEAR COIStROEj MOJSlTSOMER 1 COUNTY, TE^AS, FRIDAY, MARCH IB. 1B9B. NUMBER 22 PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cleanse* and beautifies the hair. Promotef a luxuriant growth, fever Fails to Restore Gray _Hair to its Youthful Color. (Aires scalp diseases & hair falling. 50c, and $1.00 at Druggists A Cure That Cures. Mothers, Farmers, Mechanics, Business Men and Women, Teachers, andall who ate tired out by work or worry, don't drink intoxicating bitters but use PARKER'S GINGER TONIC Are yon Buffering from Dyspepsia, Bheumatrsm, Neuralgia, or with Bowel, Kidney or Liver Com- plaints, you can be cured by Parker's Ginger Tonic. If you are wasting away with Consumption, Pemale Weakness, Rheumatism, or any sickness: if you have a bad congh or cold, you will find sure relief in Parker's Ginger Tonic. If you areenfeebU d by disease, age or diss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 18 March 1898

'Conroe dourfec« CONHOE, H. P. Jones, Proprietor. TEXAS, ■ Worthless men get along too well in I this country; they encourage others. I , Being between seasons, it looks as I if the campaign liar had got a place I on the yellow journals. Boston has lost her right to be called I the literary center, but she can claim | to be the hub of the blizza^ The humorous patriots confined in the jail a* HiHsbcro, 111., are still anxious to get out so they can go to | war. The Delaware doctor who states that kissing is a valuable aid to diges- tion evidently knows a good remedy when he sees it. What De Lome most needs is a guar- dian and eternal relief from responsi- bility. He suffers from prostration of I his common sense. The relatives of the murdered sea- I mtn of the Maine are probably nx t so "kam" as some of our statesmen who insist that we must not go to war. Boston is calling earnestly for a war- I ship. Let Boston be considered at once. LWliat would became of the country if [the Spania...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 18 March 1898

SOMETHING DECISIVE is epbcted to relieve the sit uation this week. T r % -A Significant Move Was the Order for American Vessels to Leave the European Station—Engines Under Stream—Rush Work on Guns. Washington, March 14.—It is report- ed here that something decisive will shortly occur in the Cuban situation, but what that "something" is no one Appears to be able to tell. It may mean that Spain intends to take the initia- tive and will not longer delay action -in view of Uncle Sam's preparations for emergencies* In connection with this statement, may be mentioned the sig- rifieant o'rder issued late yesterday ■ evening to the commander of the Eu- ropean squadron. This squadron is • composed of the gunboats Helena and Bancroft and the cruiser San Francis- co. and has been ordered back to the United States. Orders to this effect were cabled in cipher to the rear ad- miral in command at Lisbon. There is •a disposition in same quarters to crit- icise the wisdom of this movement, •which wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 18 March 1898

'C THE CONBOE COURIER H. P. JONES, Editor and Prop Icon: The Courier is entAed at the Conroe Postofibce as second-class mail matter. Wo I this c ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY. Bei I if th. | on tt Boi I the 1 I to be Th the ; anxic war. 1% that tion whei w: dian bilitj ' his Th |men "kan insis Bo ship. Wha the brair W. euthi get but : Mr. : a got On | that tn has : cracl of c: T1 Who | can? shal suga two circi Wht in i sur S< a k sau "w< she to tur are Wt pre the cod ( ad' sig It ab! int thi pri th. kil SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year, paid in advance $1.00 Six Months 50 Three Months 25 FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1898 ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following are our rates for announc- ing candidates. All fees" must be paid in advance. We will not violate this rule: For Congress $15.00 District Offices 7.50 County Offices ' 5.00 Precinct Offices 2.50 W e are authorized to announce the fol- lowing gentlemen as candidates for the res- pective offices under which their names ap- pear, subject to the action of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 18 March 1898

Arrival and Departure of Trainsi I. & G. N. PASSENGER. NORTH BOUND SOUTH BOUND Leave. — 4:25 p m I Arrive 2:25 am Leave.... 9:51 a m | Arrive 2:02 p m G., C. & S. F. PASSENGER. WEST BOUND EAST BOUND Arrive... 12:01 p m I Arrive 5:25 pm 'Leave 12:35 P m I Leave 5:40 pm LOCAL JLUCIDITY. WHAT HAS HAPPENED AND GO ING TO HAPPEN, TOLD AND TALKED ABOUT. Dominos 5 cents a set up at the Courier office. New dress goods received week- ly at Silvermann Bros. Read the 'new ad of Walton Scurry's racket store in this issue. Fresh groceries received weekly at the Red Front and sold at bed rock prices. Webster's large unabridged dictionaries only $1.50 each at the Courier Office. • -If you want a free sample of Nuss- baumer's Antiseptic Stock Ointment, read the ad in this issue. * For fresh groceries, honest weights and measuies at low prices, go to W. H. Clarke. The Courier is-under obligations to the Huntsville Item for favors. Fred always does the nice thing. When shearing your sheep use ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 18 March 1898

HEE FRIEND, THE SCAMP. GYMNASTICS FOR CIRLS. By E. K. Stevens. RS. BRENT drew her cloak closer around her and shivered. It was a street corner in the worst part of Chi- cago, the might was dark and she wa3 alone. "Another fool's errand," she sighed. "But. at every hint of a clew I am ready to start afresh; if I oould but find him, my baby; the years of weariness and disappointment would seem as no- thing!" A powerfully built man slouched fiom the shadow of a doorway and in passing spoke her name. She ac- sompanied him at once and soon found herself before a tall, shabby house, wlfose windows stared, dark and emp- ty, into the squalid street. He led the way up two flights of stairs and stood aside for her to enter a room, unfurnished, except by two chairs and a table on which a lamp was burning dimly. She hesitated. "If you want your child, go in," said the man gruffly. She stepped forward immediately, closely followed by her escort, who proceeded to lock the door and put the key in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 18 March 1898

E2*r"-" the Manlocre Water, nlcure acid is a teaspoon- ^Wn juice in a cup of tepid a is not only whitens and re- 111 stains from the nails, but it Js the cuticle much better than ors do. A dash of lemon juice, a, in a glass of water is an admirable ith wash after the use of . onions or anything that will affect the breath.— New York Evening Post. Why does the tallest man In a crow A always get in front? A ghost ia said to have visited the Grand Crossing (Chicago) police sta- tion. As Is well known, ghosts are the most aggravating things in the world. This one insists upon appearing where It will only prove an annoyance when many a traveling theatrical company would gladly give it welcome. Hypnotic Wonders. No one need go to Paris to see all that is marvelous in hypnotism. Iu the hypnotic wards of many hospitals are subject# that a mere glance \v|}l throw into the trance state. But in order to overcome that obstinate kid- ney trouble, the persistent use of Hos- tetter's Stomach Bitte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 18 March 1898

L F. I. VERTISINB RATES. •v, propkHE scamp. bo ci 'evens. BRENT drew ■ cloak closer ■und her and k ed. was a Phj referi and by a Son ♦ I — SALOON. Liquors and Vfc ' ^ Cigars a Specialty. Fine Wines, A CONROE, TEXAS. f Our motto—Nothing too good for our customers. INTERNATIONAL ROUTE. THE INTERNATIONAL & Great Northern Ry. Shortest. Quickest and Best Route to the North and East. The Direst Routs to Mexico via Laredo. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Gal- veston to St. Louis without change on train leaving Conroe at 4:15 p. m. Schedule in effect July. 8, 1897. NORTH DAILY CONROE south DAILY Leave 4:25 p m I Leave 2:25 am Leave 9:51 am | Leave 2:02 p m Take the 2:02 pm 2:25 a m train for points south on the I. & G. N., and the 4:25 p m, and 9:51 a m trains for all points North and East. Only one Change of Cars to al] Principal Cities in the North and East. J. M. PARKE. Ticket Agent, Conroes, Texas. D. J. PRICE, G. P. & T. A., W. T. MUSICK, T. P. A.Palestine, Tex. ARE YOU G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1898

HhSX. AodisoH conroe Courier. Felix V Pitts =98 five cents per copy. THE COURIER IS PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF CONROE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY. $1.00 per year FOURTH YEAR, CONROE, MONTEOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 2D. 1838. NUMBER 31 ' w Greve's Ointment overcomes all nnhealthy af- fections of the skin and when the feet or limbs are tired, I stiff, aching and sore, Greve's (Ointment affords the most f grateful and speedy cure. Obstinate Skin Diseases, Ec- zema, Piles, Burns, Sprains, Inflammation, Swellings, and A Healthy Skin is a all Irritations of the ekin, Tr*!a ur© readily yield to its soothing Beyond Price, influence, and the comfort- ing relief it affords from Chapped Skin, Chilblains, Frost-Bltes, and as a ekin Cure generally, is of such value to everyone, that all should have it. 50cts. Ask you druggist for it. PARKER'S ClNGER TONIC This delicious combination of the best vegetable medicines known, cures Weak Lungs, Female Complaints. Rheumatism, Nervousness, Wakeful- nes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1898

THE jCFBAN JUNTA. MEN XT HEAD OF THE AMERI- CAN END. Lrv JDertcate Duties Imposed on Them— President Falma Has Shown Remark- able Sagacity and Has Become Known as the Cuban Frankliu. The Cuban Junta, with its head- quarters in New York, represents the legation of the Cuban republic abroad, and the head of the junta, as it is called, is T. Estrada Palma. Properly speaking he is the delegate, and with members of his ministerial and diplo- matic household constitutes the dele- gation of the Cuban republic. The term "junta" has been applied because such a body or council was attached to the diplomatic department of Cuba during the ten years' war. As the authority of the junta fre- quently restricted the action of the delegate the promoters of the present revolution decided to eliminate It; yet the name remains, and is used and accepted to designate Mr. Palma and his associates. This junta, as the representatives of the Cuban republic, acts on high authority, for the delegation was ap- p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1898

tie m o, >n 7. to id la , JZ\ *%aL. LATEST CABLES COT AT CIENFDEGOS. A 4 Enemy Fired on Americans and Wounded Several. OUR SHIPS RESPONDED Many Spaniards Rilled and Wounded, bat Their Losses Cannot Be Ascertained. Key West, Fla., May 16.—Four boat crews, commanded by Lieut. Winslow and Ensign Magruder, from the cruiser Marbiehead and the gunboat Nashville, cut the cables at^ Cienfuegos Friday morning. A storm of bullets greeted them. The Marbiehead, the Nashville and the auxiliary cruiser Winslow drew up about 1000 yards from shore, with their gunc manned. One cable was cut and the other was being work- ed on when the Spaniards in rifle pits and a battery in an old lighting out in the bay opened Are. The warships re- sponded with great volleys. The crew3 of the boats, who were volunteers, calmly proceeded with their work, and after finishing returned to the ships through a blinding smoke and heavy Are. One man was killed and six seriously wounded in a Marbiehead boat, one of them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1898

THE CE '.STOCK IN GONROE. INES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, ■mm AT THE W I Santa fm SALOON. OPPOSITE DEPOT. B@~CALL AND SEE US. Porter & Waters. F. I. SMITH, PROPRIETOR OF THE BOCK HORN I SALOON, Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars a Specialty. CONROE, TEXAS. f Our motto — Nothing too good for our customers. BIGGEST OFFER YET. The UONHOE COURIER JfcJBB-HtH DHROIT FREE PRESS 'OR MlTtofc The Twice-a-Week Detroit Free Press needs no introduction. Its many special articles by noted writers have given it a -world-wide reputation. In short, it is one of the cleanest, brightest and best family papers published. No pains or expense ■will be spared in keeping up its present high standard. Remember, that by taking advantage of this combination, you get 52 copies of The Courier and 104 copies of The Free Press, 156 papers, for only $1.50. FENCING 'Poultry. Farm, Garden, Cemetery, Xiawn, Bailroad and Babbit Fencing. Thousand* of miles in use* Catalogue Free. Freight Paid. Prices Low. 1hl MCMULLEN WOVEN ...

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