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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 24 April 1885

•* —>> kin*. ^rice, ,11S ^orii" l,-orii-'"- - null'"1 CE,&c tor !* ®. O • The jr. H. 1VALF0BD, Publisher. RICHMOND, FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 24.1885. VOL. IV.—NO. 41. PASSING EVENTS. Victoria, British Columbia, claims a population of 13,000. Physicians say that about 14 per cent of all school-children suffer from headaohes. About 1,250,000 cat-skins aro nsed annually by furriers, and about 850,- 000 skunk-skins. The thousand of finger rings worn in this country are estimated to be worth (¿8,000,000. One-half of the orange orop of Flori- da is raised within a radius of twenty- four, miles around Ocala. The care and maintenance of the white;house grounds and greenhouses costo 98,000 to $10,000 a year. The number of farmers in the Penn- sylvania legislature is said to be de- cieasing from year to year. Patent medicines are estimated by a, leading English medical journal to cause the death of 150,000 persons per fear. Tho farmers of Oregon will sow a larger acrea...

Publication Title: Nation, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 24 April 1885

IS 35$ 1' • r • . , Ü WBiSaJKlS W. ma ■.* J Jg-JL -*-'.■ SÜ*- thftw and Mt Wesiendorf start ror their visit to Euiropo tho 7th i>f H«y —i- o 3, *T C- ♦2.00 1.00 • 50 ¿4. 1885. =*^ssr—— G4ll«r i® at# a rar dOTdin "the old fiOUIlt- r considerably larger than h ñd aud stiil on the in- Thr outlook for crops, l>o:h field orchard, ia good. Ledifts' Shoes,fine,at J>. C.Sproull's ll¿íC Jonas and ltunib have oou^aiout Mr Gibbs in U eshati' g riiifc. They inland to *.r *e serios of oiiier'ahiiuenl and exhibition and request a liberal patronasre. ^ TKit HsEai.o comos to us again this mchtb full of interesting read- ing matter. But the principal feat wre oY the ilurald is ita work of ex- piring advertising frauds,-this it does and docs it \ve!i. It is publish- ed ui Eiuledelpliia at Stksts per year sample copies 5 cents. ' , -F : • It appears tuat war. war, terrible, fearful^ desu uetiva and long is tro ---iff--'-. ■MM Bm $&:■. v .. i tween England and Run- Afghan territory is liot...

Publication Title: Nation, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 24 April 1885

•"í ItAIC.WAVWIMr. Tipies of arrival and departure ol isa on the G.C. & S.F. «mi Suii- atas i Mt ra'lroads— G.C. & .S.F. Korth hound, arrives - South bound, jSUNSET. Wast bound, arrives 11,0 ti.in. 0 04 p.iri* 10,57 a.ni „ ,, - ll,«7|>.m. East bound „ - 4t0on.ni. „ „ • ¡),5ñ p.in. The Cil.y Transfer 1 mi ves Wheat's stablou 15 minutes before time of arrival. * ■ LOCAL ITEMS. Privatk Boakhkiss can find com fortable board and rooms at Samuel Uo^gcssj across the Bayoli. Outlook good. Business dull. Enough rain for the present. Airs A. Myers is very sick. The skating contests, Saturday, promises to give lots of fun. The Hotel moving has been de- layed by the rain. •ludpe'Parker has a little one Very sick. Tim ornamental wesntch tree bear the CbuM House had to be re- moved to let the Hotel pass. The last ffcvv warm days has forced straw hats and linnen coats into the hiarket. Citor Moktcaoe blanks for sale at the Nation office. Dining.—("apt. and Mrs. Milch- ell gave a dining ...

Publication Title: Nation, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 24 April 1885

# . t nation*, bee, their Lawson, the Carolinas tc lftflt century. Mi <fr > HjP ■>; a | í . v B s I'll •p- «ja ^ 11 ^'1 Pit - m. ail ¡Mam ®Sáe Mm from eon- feeling wu expressed by Old ttarelers give ts ol the qoigoBogon or in whieh dead people of It wat lined aa well aa and had lta aides well-spliced an arched too much trouDie xor "eayages" to take, we mnat remember that they were not swrsffss—had many art* whieh they loat through contact with the . tad, from the unsparing way in which nowadays they give their best to their dead friends, we may argue that the Bry and Lafitau, and other explor- ara, simply depicted what they saw, and that the honaea of the dead were, among son tribes, really far moae sumptuous than those of the living. Here la an instanoe of thia present-day unapar- ingnasa in a poor broken tribe in Cali- fornia. These California burn their dead, aa do many Indians of the far and the soene at the ohief's • reminds one of the bnriala of Greek heroes. "In his ...

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