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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 29 October 1898

v 1 ('Usyw 'J- / ' iQOWMMftiMMQj Book, Law Brief and Commercial Printing. AW9SS Camrfonian Industry f? 8 Aivd Liberty ;i • 8 The Light of g § The World. S VOLUME I. CAMERON, MILAM COUNTY. TEXAS. SATOBDAY OCTOBEB 29,1898. NUMBER 48. irjgaroaaiiMMafflBretws 2600 Fairs of Shoes 1 From Boston, Cincinnati and St. Louis, Received this Woefc. Biggest Shipment Ever Brought to Cameron. & Lowest prieo child's shoe (regular 25 & 0 cent seller) at 15o« 2 3 Highest price men's and Women's,., $.400 £ 8 WHAT A WORLD OF KINDS 1 § IN BETWEEN. B * WORLD BEATERS—A man's Sun- • § day Shoe or a good Plow Shoo for 75ca |j I If you want your moneys' worth of style we have it! If you want your moneys' worth of wear we have it also! &SQQQS&eGQG£&QSQGQQ* k An extra ordinary lino of k Dress Goods, Waist Silks, g Covet Cloths .CondeOloth, g Drape do Dane, the new g fabrics for women's wear ft S are here in abundance, 8c«5©aS®©sa©©?H«&®Sa< f o v v " VI J III ill^ irl North our MILLINE...

Publication Title: Cameronian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 29 October 1898

mt ■ B5 1 1 fel. st M. ^/i£ fjfeatneraniati. BLOUKT C. TIXICR, Idltar. CAMERON, —.i. ■ Klght •onduct la right viewa of truth. TKXA3. jl. 'j TALMAGE'S SKBMON. 'THE GRANDMOTHERS" LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. connecteu «itft "The Unfeigned Faith That Is In Tliee, Which Dwelt Vlrtt In Thjr Grand- mother Lola"—Croat Second Dock of Timothy. Chapter 1. Verse A. ' The early milkman catches a glimpse of a woman's true complexion. Ko man who ignores small things ever accomplishes any very great ones. A few men "think," others "guess," some "fancy," while still other "reck- on." We learn from Senator Hill that Governor Black is a fiend in human shape. Social etiquette doesn't interest the man who is wearing a porous plaster on a hot day. The strength of a man's virtue is not to be measured by the efforts he makes under pressure, but by his ordinary conduct. It is always safe to take it for granted that as yourself, so others are trying to do their best. Shortcoming is no Bign of short-willing. Sweet...

Publication Title: Cameronian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 29 October 1898

,^JL / j FOB BOYS AND GIRLS. SOME GOOD 8TORIE3 FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. When Mother Bits Down by tit* Fire— An Ideal Minmi an Sean by a Girl of Eighteen Years —Two Llltle UImm Majpuerlte'* Ride. When Mother Situ Down by the Fire. Oh, the five o'clock chime brings the cosiest time, That is found in the whole of the day, When Lan-y and Gus, and the others of us, Come in from our study or play; When we push the big chair to the hearth over thero, And pile the wood higher and higher, And make her a space in the very best place— And mother sits down by the fire. There's a great deal to say at the close of the day, And so much to talk over with moth- er; There's a comical sight or a horrible Plight, Or a ball game, or something or other. And she'll laugh with Larry and sigh with Harry, And smile to our heart's desire At a triumph won or a task well done— When sitting down there by the fire. Then little she'll care for the clothes that we tear, ^ Or the havoc we make on h«f lirder-, For the...

Publication Title: Cameronian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 29 October 1898

I • - %a\ w II w BLOUNT C. TRICE. EDITOR ANO MANAGfft. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. fcSXJBKJOK-IPTIOIST. oua Vew, (88 number*) •<" blx Months, iae number) l„; Three Months, (13 numbers) ... HtagleCopy Addreis all communications audw*ke all or- ' cJ«r payable toBlouutC.Trice Cameron T«ws. SATURDAY, OUTOBER 20. \88f. th HI ■ For President i Wrci. J* ii 1900, BS8YAN. Psi'^atsu 3 t*5fc§c9 Ticket. FwUn"1'- ...uator: CHAJDiiVj v. C-ULBERdON. '.jfor'GoverijiH-: . .,r ,„a JOHi.I'H U. «AYJ:.RS. Pbi' Lienv-unaur- > t o voruor; J. N. BKOWNING. For Attorney -(>'«. iic-.r l: X. B SMITH. . For Lun \ Commissioner: A OJiO. W. FINGER. •For Iraj™jj5 w i.obBINS. For Compl wilier ^ For Supt. Public Instruction: . J 8. K10NDALL. Railroad Comini Hion<n-: ' ALIXSON MAYFIELD. Associate .Justice Supremo Court? T. .1. BROWN. Associate Jud^a Court Criminal Ap Pea'8, M. SI.- BROOKS. Judge Court Cifil Apdeala, Third an p«mc Di^0I;I,ASD. ***■*—• P. Mo ANN ALLY. For District Attorney: J. 0. SCOTT, For Co...

Publication Title: Cameronian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 29 October 1898

/ J . jT:~be-* ■■■*•/ - 1— THE CAMERONIAN. RAILWAY TIME TABL£. G. C. & 8. P. R'y. Time Table. No. 6. north mail 2:iS) 0. M. No. 5. sontli " 8:80 P. M. No. 8, north limited, 1:1? A. 21. No. 7, south " 4:10 A. M. No. 11 (local) north 5:15 P. M No. Jil (local) south, 8:50 A. M. Clow couuectloug made wltli Cotton* Kelt at Mc-Grogor, Texas Pacific at Fort Worth, am! Houstou East & \Ve«t Texan, at Houston. H. M. Lyleh, Agent. H. A. & A. P. jft'y. Time Table. No.41 ijoutli Bound, 9:30 a.m. No.4'J North Bound. «:H0 n.m. No. 44 North Bound 3:10n. m. No. 4.1 South Bound, 3:10 h. nv Triiius maUa close connections with the M. K. &T., Cotton Belt, Texua Central and Waco & Nort'awostoro ot Wdvo. P. L. Evans, Agent. I. & G. N. K'y Time table. South Bound. No. 1, due at Milouo Junction 12:43 A. M. No. 1, due at Ruckdnlo 1 :U6 A. M. No. «, due at Militno Junction 0:1(1 A. M. No. 3. due at Konlcdale «: 10 A. M. No.due at Mllano Junction 'JM )J. it. No. 9, due at Rockdale 1:15 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 29 October 1898

T 1-33. i "7—*■ MM taemm KftiHSWMtttHI* P 'i y 1 After Brain*. The document that la now being aent out by the professor of physiology at Cornell university la something unique In Ita way. It politely requests the recipient to provide In hla will that EU brains be given to the university for aclentiflc purposes when he departs thla life. Accompanying the request are printed forma, showing how the bluest can be legally made. DikfaiN Cwwt be Cored hf local application I diseased portion of tl way to otfre deafness II it waa only health, we might let it cling. But it is a cough. One cold no sooner passes off before another comes. But It's the same old cough all the time. And It's the aame; old story, too. There is flrst the cold, then the cough, then pneu- monls or consumption with the long sickness, and life tremb- ling in the balance. loosens the grasp of your cough. The congestion of the throat and lungs is removed; sll in- flammation is subdued; the parta are put perfectly at rest a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 29 October 1898

A • W Major Biihop, the major's experience* From tht Detroit t)ree Prut. One of tbe stauuchest supporters of the deep water way from tho Great Lake* to the ocean la Major A. C Ulshop, of 719 Third Ave., Detroit, s ctvf, engineer of wide experience and conalderable promi- nence In Ula profeaalon. He was assistant engineer on the Hudson River Railroad in I860 and has since conducted large engin- eering operations. lie has been located in Detroit aince 1815, and has a large acquaint- ance among tbe business men and citizens of this city. Two years ago, for the first time, Major Bishop was In the hospital. For two mouths he bad tbe best of medical attendance, but when bo was dlscharired he was uot like tbe Major Bishop of old. When asked regard- ing his health. ho said: ''When I had my last spell of sickness and came out or the hospital I was a sorry sight. I could not gain my strength, and could uot walk over u block for several weeks. 'f't-v.. "I noticed some £ ^ v v *rt 1c1 *s 'n 1 h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 29 October 1898

aapfcrS ^ ' V- V I5' / ;/ , i i'11 f 1 h\ I I I Mpi' i SISnttiiB; lii-Wffgg^tiiUHi """" THE LOCAL PAP1B. How It Serves ttie People and How the People Can Serve the Paper. Editor F. A. Devoro, to the Richmond (Ind.) Enterprise, re- cently published an artiole in whioh mo cataloged' all the ser- vices of the looal paper, ooupled with injuuotione as to how to help the editor therof in return for the paper's help* ,H0Bay8: The paper has done fifty things for you, and. is only anxious to do fifty more, It told your friends when your parents were married, and it an- nounced to the world when you were born. '• It recorded the great events of your childhood; when you were lost as a wandering baby; when you had the measles and scarlot fever; when you fell into the washtub and nearly drounded; when you fell from the cherry tree and bi'oke your oollar bone; when you first started to school, end when you earned your first prize. Later on it told how you had compleatod the studies of the dis- tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 12 November 1898

Book, Law Brief and Commercial Printing". l t/l Liberty Jght World VOLUME I. CAMERON. MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12,1898. NUMBER 45, Democratic Ticket Was Voted Straight. Wilmingron, N. C., Nov. 10.—This city is in a state! of choas. A riot is in progress, which up to present has re- sulted in death often negroes and wounding of scores of others. One white man is mortally wounded and two others slightly wounded. The slaughter is goingonand no one knows when it will end. The navy reserves and light infantry are endeavor- ing to bring about a cessation of hostilities, but efforts are fruitless. White citizens are frenzied and are determined to rid the city of negro domination and insolence. South Car-i olina has been wired for help and before morning several thousand reinforcements are expected. The office of the colored organ, the Record, the editor of which was given twelve hours to move out of town, was burned this morning. A few negroes attempted to resist but after on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 12 November 1898

%: • II I F l1.: J I ' M ghc atneroninn BLOUNT O. THICK, KdUer. CAMERON, TKXA3. Women's shoes are naturally tight when they are full. The meaner a man Is the harder he tries to lower his record. New- Theory oi Mars' Canals. Astronomer Burnham Thinks That They Have Been Misnamed. The detective who rides a wheel should Indulge in track exercise. (No man can endure with patience a woman's slur about his clothing. The prettier the girl the more atten- tion she seems to think she requires. There are no professional women divers, it Is Impossible to talk under water. The tramp is always glad to get a steak, but he draws the line at chops in the wood shed. Some 'people try to console them- selves in the hour of their misfortune by saying "There are others." Some are rich in money only; how poor are they! To hold money is noth- ing; to use it for the highest good is rapture. The habit of virtue cannot be formed in a closet. Habits are formed by acts of reason In a persevering struggle throu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 12 November 1898

i, Not tlie Only Or>« lhe other day a certain well known magistrate had a case brought up be- fore him In which the farmer charted a neighbor with stealing his ducks. Now hb the farmer had a contract to furnish a smart hotel with ducks dur- ing the i^ason, he was very anxious to please, for he received a comfortable income from the venture, and had an eye on the contract for tho naxt year. To think that anyone should have been poaching on his preserves was more than the farmer couid bland. He was beside himself with rage, "But how do you know they are your ducks?" asked the judge. "Oh, I should know them anywhere," replied the farmer, and he went on to describe their different peculiarities. "Why, those ducks can't be such a very rare breed," said the mag.strate. "I have some just like them in my own yard." "I know; why, yes, that might be," replied the farmer. "They are not the only ducks I have had stolen of late." New Pocket IMunnt. The new "pocket planet" recently discovered ...

Publication Title: Cameronian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 12 November 1898

PROBABLY THE LAST ISSUE THIS MORNING. blount c. TRICE, PUBISHED EVKBY SATURDAY. SXJBSSOXeXPTION On*T«*r. (M ouuiliorsi 31-00 fcjlx Months, (He number) CO Tbroe Mouth*, (l'J uumimra) ... 26 iufloCf'^y 6 AtMm.t all riiiuraii'wsatiaiui and wake *11 darap y V'l« to BlonutO. Trice 0 m«on Texa* SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1898. Important Reasons Why the Enterprise May be Abandon- ed.—Sad but NccosBary VICTORY For President in 1 (AX), r-V:r:!„ J, vJ-SYAN. DEMOCRATS' #. AY REJOICE. Tho rsffioi.il roturns for thin county were in Friday, 'out ton 1 lata for Tui, ,Oame.BONIAN to, pub- lish a tabulated statement this- week , as it hoped to do. Never- theless it, i* proud of the op- portunity to rejoice beoause of J.hd^a*nI#Utt4iiCl '-w~ gained. It is practioaUy con- ceded ll'ipfe jft'e next House of Congress will be organized by a small, democratic majority. In Texas every Congressional die- trict was won by tho democrat? save one,.Hawley'sdietriot, who defeated Robson by a smal . : .... plurality? ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 12 November 1898

Jfi THE VOTE FOR MILftM COUNTY GENEftRL ELECTION, 1398. % n n w id .s: id id la- Tl- rid ho |>ld or n- he >ld ins Qf pv- for * \ if: CANDIDATES. ? For Amendment Against Amendment. For Governor— JosophD. Sayers. Barnett Gibbe For Congresaa. 7th Dia. R. L. Henry . A. W, Cunningham....;, 632 149 163 T6 6 3-11 211 48 For Floater, 72ncl Rep. Dig, Sam. G. Little J. W. Delanoy 61014? 22 33 For Representative.. Oscar F. McAnally,. J. D. Shelton (110 38 For District Attorney— J. C. Scott 640 169 For County Judge- W. M. McGregor., For County Olerk- J. P. Collier For Sheriff- Robert Todd.. For District Olevk- T. C. Stafford For County T.easurer- J. H. Bickett W. A. Nabonrs For Tax Collector— J. B. Wolf W. F. Gilliland...v...... For Assessor— H. H. Steadman. Anton Lcsovsky.. For County Sup. of Public Instruction— H. O. Stausberry.„ Frank J. Clement For County Attorney— U. S. Hearrell For County Surveyor R. W. Crosswy 05 303 644 I) W ! Mj $\ ' £\ to; o t\ ? E; r m : 18 96 11014? 14ft '99 3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 12 November 1898

WMMMMI FOR WOMEN AND HOME. ITEMS OP INTEREST FOR MAIDS AND MATRONS. J ■ \m '4>* ... • K ' The Sunlight of I.ore. The world has been weary and lost to Love's art: There was rain on the hills, but the sun'* out, sweetheart! And all the birds Hinging, And all the bells ringing, And rosos in desolate pathways are springing. The world has been weary; but lol the clouds part; There was rain In life's skies, but the sun's out, sweetheart! And rainbows are bending And messeges sending Of God's love and your love, unending- unending! The world has been weary, but sorrow now seems, In ths sunlight of love, like an echo of dreams! See! seel the clouds part; All has leaned to Love's art, And ths sunlight of Love Is where you are sweetheart! •-Frank L. Stanton, In Atlanta Consti- tution, A Mew Undergarment, Our grandmothers who did not so well appreclatethe importance of wear- lag well-fitted clothes, used to wear a chemise that gradually Increased width from the neck down. As wo- man became ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 12 November 1898

•41 Th« HympMhetlo Woman. The truly prmpathetle woman Is Just KB ready to laugh as to weep with us on occasion. She is never tired with our troubles nor envious of our good for- tune. She has the knack of making men feel that their concernc are her coucems, though they tend but to the foot-ball field and are bounded by the smoke of the favorite meerchaura. This is an art in itself, and its reward tarries not, for such a woman is never without an attendant swain. When men are scarce, when there are not enough of them to go around, she has them to spare. She can make any man feel a very fine fellow Indeed in his own eyes, and this is a feeling sought after in this world. Ituii by n Tiu t. "Your mother agrees with me exact- ly, Johnny," said his father, proceed- ing to trim tho twigs from a tough switch. "She thinks, with me, that you need a trouncing, and you are go- ing to get it, my son." "Ves," bitterly exclaimed Johnny, "you and maw always agree wheu it comes to lickin' me. You an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 12 November 1898

i A i v y s$i ■>'^' V''V' ' it,V;''* : M! Srffe $K oa |«K> • j ■Sm mi HIIIOI'S 6APITIL. Hptfeinl to Tnu C*: «mo.iiAK > ♦! Baamnra Washington, Nov. 4, 1898— Tho threatening attitude of the Spanish commissioners, at Paris, may not have been in- tentionally brought about by the administration for effeot upon the, congressional election, but it has a suspicious look, and thorc are not a lew persons who think that the wording of the written demand for the Philippine islands, handed to the Spanish commis- sioners'by our commissioners, fras purposely made exasperat- ing, BiC that the Spaniards would get up a few howl's and threaten to withdraw from the peace negotiations. There is another thing that may have something to do with the Spanish howling. They had been given to under- stand, unofficially, that our oom- hiissiohers would agree to sugar coat the Philippine pill by agree- ing that this government should pay $40,000,000 of Spanish bonds, issued as a charge upon the Philippi...

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