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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 1 December 1898

1 - -.Sb. ~ H * ' bav rftiiii s£|g3B&* o. T. Jester. M. Crane. -"' «sgg SSMH ==_ im. L f. Baker. % J. M. Carlisle, g !ME COURT. . aines. T.J.Brown. |g|; , L. G. Denman. LLATE COURT, i f. J., W. L. Davidson, J. N * \tes. - / . OFFICERS. , H. Teichmueller. X- L. Storey. ,'-M C- L, Neese. V the fifth Mond2y af- March and Sep- continue six weeks. • ' OFFICERS. r09S Locl^e, No. 195. ■n I Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each mouth. Trans- ient brethren are corially, invited to attend. R. 8. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. . T. Bradshaw. . H. Steinmann. i O'Bar. i IONERS. K. of H. Lodge No. 1501. J Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. „ Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. WESTERN STAR LODGE. NO. 174. ' L 0. 0 F. WOMAN'S NIOI She Shudders When She Danger and Fain of Child There is so much suffering | in store for the young mothe happy anticipation soon give feeling of dread at the thou...

Publication Title: Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 December 1898

ai—iiiiijiiiiii ii iwwwi—a— V' -•"•'•*v ••-V- V NO. 18. EALER I iH^ fei.' g$iP ••• •• *' 111 p 7 . 7 reXas ^re-sit? I llll ■ II BlIMII . ||MM^MMM||^M ;?rv.-'.';*^ ■^^-v'-c:;,--, tpi? > .*. v*P? :*. - sfegss**: "• i . _- ~5-^ • ••"""- VX.*' ii -■ " ."■" 3 SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., DEC. 8, 1898. - < '., - flH & Schulenburg Situated half way bel San Antonio and 1200 inhabitants; plant; three good | and cotton-seed oil schools; good hotels and houses. It is the best town in Fayette county. the official organ of the cou '-'apg smm& s i }.y-4 '' #f|S; i mm Price $1. Captain Perry Dead. Captain C. R. Perry, one of the oldest rangers and Indian fighters, is dead. He was one of the best known characters on the great southwestern frontier and was per- sonally known to all the famous Indian chiefs as a great brave. He was wounded twenty-two times with arrows and seven times with bullets., :He was with General Burleson, grandfather of A. Burleson, recently elected to con- gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 December 1898

. . mm fm IUM matter ' • i§5 COUNTY l|«fggt I. STATE OF TEXAS,/ nty of Fayette. . j We, the undersigned members of the Commissioners' court of said eounty, iu Court assembled, and in compliance with Art. 807, Acts of the ^Twenty-fifth Legislature, page 27, depose and say, that we have carefully examined the^ollawin# reports of R, T..Br adshaw ^treasurer of Fayette county, Texas, upon'the following funds, to-wit: Report of the General Revenue fund of Fayette county, and found same correct, showing a balance in hand of treasurer $ 9575 61 Report of the Court House Bond Interest and Sinking • fund from May 10 to November 16, 1898, found correct and showing a balance in hands of the.treasurer of. Report on the Fayette co 10, 1898, to November 16, .lSSgJMMMfeit showing a balance in hands of the treasurer for bridge purposes * Report on the Fayette eounty Available Road fund from August 10, 1898, to November 16, 1898, found correct and showing a balance iu hands of treasurer for road purp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 December 1898

_... Itpf • ' > M * < ■ s' $ n- fr rf->i:*-v .;. - -.. •. iSSHSSIas ;-^' ggj -.-sr. iilMfiiiii £.;r HS_.=! m PRESENTS An Elegant Line of AND CHIN A WARE Suitable for such occasions. Also An Exceptionally Nice Line of IMRCIFS Silk and Linen, Embroidered and With Initials. A Better Opportunity to procure good cattle never was presented to our readers than now. Messrs. C. W. Burns and Chr. Baumgarten, Sr., have the pick from I4(XTbead of calves and nave for sale, or trade for steer cattle, 90 graded bulls, of the Durham, Hereford and Red and black Pclled Angus breed, also a lot of Dur- ham and Hereford heifers. This stock comes from a ranch that i§ stocked with fine graded bulls of the aboved named breeds and it is a rare chance for our readers to improve their stock at only a small cost. Prices at Lowest Ebb- -ull Supply of All Other Goods Carried in a General Store, At Lowest .Prices. v nee meat at Vedder's. about that free Suit of clothes k Young's. t Levey's finest Oregon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 December 1898

.-.StS m. -J*m, i m fil J&K-,. ~5 . ^ "v. pSs "s#1'1 - p ■ -.SJsi ' ; '§sm ti. ms-^-k J-' -: -i ■ iS^-a- m 'Brown. ^^pH| si L. G. Denman. : COURT. m> J-N- ' , * list., H. Teichmueller. f, J. L. Storey. " t, C- L, Neese. :he fifth Morid2y af- y in March and Sep- • wpaI/C k; WCv.tV2> JNTY OFFICERS, h Ehiinger. F. Bradshaw. imann. n O'Bar. Robison. 09s Lod^e, No. 195. F&A M Meets od Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon ' iu each mouth. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. . K. of H. Lodge, p: No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. L, McKinnon, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. iSTERN "STAR LODGE, NO. 174. I. 0. 0. F. IISSIONERS. WesSels. *• Breudle. . young. L. McKinnon. s County Court tnuary, April, Tuly continue three weeks. issioners Court londays in February, November. I on ICE'S COURTS. 8. T. Willrich, Justice Williams; constable. Cour...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 22 December 1898

IlliilP ' m Texas University m per NO. 20. = s= SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., DEC. 22, 1898. Price 01. : y>.'' ^gggjg Schule Situated half San Antonio and 1200 inhabitan plant; three good and cotton-seed schools; good hotels and houses. It is the best and town in Fayette county, the official organ of the v .'1JH overo BLINDS, £?'. 4 JPhe Fraud of the Century. J/ihvrd. of a century after thp close of the great civil war, we find the pension list increasing at the rate of 64,000 new names annually, the number diopped of death, and from other ut 18,000. Theact- of new names, accord- ort of the secretary tor, which have been added during the year is 64,351. It has taken these persons thirty- three years to get their names on the list and their hands into the public money. This "pension steal," as it ia popularly termed, is probably the Weatest Jfraud ever attempted upon ik nation by cor- rupt politicians. m/Thousands of these names are aaamd by congress at every session, aftejj- ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 22 December 1898

-■ - \ ' 1 MS r-r ■ EP*?- "TS5 ;'^^BSB'-: ' INJUNCTION. [,"v IUM >ost- *sa.i v ' mm unty, was not eligible on acconnt of not having a teacher's certificate The storm of adverse criticism ! Dr. Rote claims to be a graduate of against increased freight j the University of Kansas, and as such is not compelled to hold a teacher's certificate before being eligible to the county superintend- ent's office. He qualified and pre- sented his bond, which was prop- erly approved. Further proceed- ings will be instituted in the courts. a popular and proper ebul- lition of wrath against an outra- geous robbery. There is no town in Texas but what is affected there- by, no resident of the great com- monwealth but who is directly fi- nancially interested; no product of the soil but whose value is de- creased; no article of merchandise bought or sold whose cost is not enhanced to the detriment of the consumer. Railroad managers have Ives become amazed at their nerity and last week sent- a delegati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 22 December 1898

.... 1 ■ -I I ■ ..II,-. BIRTHDAY ...3:20 pm .... .1:14 am .12:42 am .3:22 am - market re- H. Horner, -"S Bi®54 ... 20c .. 5@7c 15®20c m : t bu. @$1 &«@7 7@8 $1.00 cash. Not only for. quotations, lo BHi I . rag M * M is lipKSs mm An Elegant Line of GLASS AND CHINAWARE Suitable for such occasions. Also An Exceptionally Nice Line of Silk and Linen, Embroidered With Initials. Prices at Uowest Ebb. Full Supply of All Other Goods Carried in a General Store, At Lowest Prices. Shr9ded cocoanuj at Vedder's. Mrs. G. Amolsky of San Antonio wag here last week on a yisit to her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Smidth. Gleaned cnrrants and seeded rai- sins at Vedder's. Miss Alma Boettcher left for Weimar Tuesday to spend the holidays. Piano fob Sale.—A Steinway piano in first-class condition. Ap- ply to H. Forres. Mosig of' Halletsville over here Tuesday night way home from LaGrange. Kaufiman's clothing at cost, Yo ng. Ipr~_ | r. Hy. Simank, the nursery- from Shiner, was in the city ednesday. JSp §§ Fit ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 22 December 1898

BF "meet jkg, C. C. Jr. Clerk. e, . 220. Meets every 1st & and 3rd Wednesday night in their castle hall over Yovngs store All visiting knights are cordially invited end the meetings the lodge. W. H. Upton, C. C. K. of R. & S. . I go Tribe SB, I. O. B. M. Council fire kindled every second and fourth Wednesday's . At their wig- in Russek'g building. Fames Caldwell, Sachem. N. L. McKinnok, C. of K. . Joel B. Frazier and... Woodford Co. are brands of Whiskey which have been handled by all first class saloons in this sec- tion of the country for the past 25 years and not a com- plaint has ever been heard. So if ymi want something real good and pure call for fhpse . brands at all first-class saloons. The above branids are sold by Bonnie wsvil/e, Ky. Y'&', Uvi"s- A NEW TRIUMPH: living near to nature i tTy heart But i0ng The Dreaded Consumption Can be Cured less or much press- Jg in-door work may pleasure in out-of-door fr Aye may be so fascinated t. a. slocum, the great chemist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 5 January 1899

Texas University ;S^fS == >L. V NO. 22. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., JAN. 5, 1899. Price $1. rSchuk Situated San Antonio and 1200 inhabitant plant; three and cotton-seed schools; good hotels and houses. It is the best town in Fayette county, the official organ of the SjeBftSfeaBiS IS ' " , CEMENT. HKglHKie*" c~ iAEFER, — ! i $m .. $2 75 . 3 50§fe 2 75 2 75 2 75 ler and Union. the NEW OR- rv Palace Saloon, n Kiihlem Grunde fS. ls*IStil •.>./ I iy other South- >7. saws* gSgl fiS*« \ , ■- lO £ I JSSp Tbe head of the editor of the City Times is entirely level question. Hear him, on cf the race problem is o be found in making life a bur- ;roe8 and to whites them to gain political whites are far more erous to the peace and welfare ti " J of a community than their black herefore, commence on use the black' tools. If y.~ J8 could get it into tlieir ! heads that they are being disgraced j by associating with white men who - • are satisfied with such association, v they would know...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 5 January 1899

*■? n-l!-.. = 'H. 5 PER ANNUM post- s matter. VENI, viw, VICI. county *rs court Monday and af- all to the irg Sticker | Forcoun- t printing and ad- $ ising for the cur- year. The pub- wiii take due no- tice of this officiai en- it of the pa- one will be called upon to answer! according to his deeds, and when the books are opened and the name of the responsible individual is called, and when Michael Long shows his distorted limb, and wasted frame, and points with un- erring knowledge his lean, wasted bony finger at Alger, and says, "Thou art the man," then will the responsibility be fixed. And it will not be pleasant for him while traveling the shores of eternity to read by the flaring light of hell the story of his misdeeds. Tl it! 1111 SEQUEL. t page of this issue of will be found a story caption of "Only a Pri Read it carefully assured that it is no fancy stem facts, and orily en thousand just But here is the sequel, cop- from a later date of the same famished the original Justin ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 5 January 1899

St1 ^ •"-"*£* Hy & ■ . mm Sffi P® •- = Sggfpfl > iSfesS ISlSfeWsS S5 '••• 3& IHlHtifeBBi : TABLE. 3:20 p m .1:14 am a m In order to reduce stock, now and during stock-taking, I will offer all FALL and WIN-.. TER goods at very reduced prices. In fact for CAPES, BLANKETS and kindred winter goods, no reasonable cash offer will be refused It has always been my policy not to carry over any old stock. Arrived and to arrive, Seed Potatods, Wire, Seed oats etc. ORANGE BLOSSOMS. HORNER. BMppl Horner, ly, ac- market iY. Ed. Wolters has accepted a posi- tion with Messrs. Wolters & Kerr at LaGrange. There will be a big ball in F. K. Schindler's hall at High Hill, Sun- day, January 8. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine lias L. B. Q. on each tablet. @30 C . 25c 17ie .. 10@15 :•"* @$1 . ... . . . . ..6@7| The Sticker is sorry to note that Rev. Father Breucklm is confined to hissed by rheuma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 5 January 1899

■ Pteli mzmi IT. . Davidson, J. N. Mond2y af- and Sep- : weeks. - - 3 in ml .as^e Lyoi>s Lpd^e, No. 195.. AF&A M Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w.-m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. . :^;v" . of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174- I. 0. 0 P. . 7 - Meets regularly each Tuesday I Brethren are cor- }d to visit. C . . lourt on Court in each t; |:- • ' : . • :.r ; C. Levey, N. G. N. L. McKinnon, sec. iNM Ar J V w 'v ,• \ V&A i W- O. d.H-S. Freiligrath Loge NO. 14. Regelmsesige Yer- sammlung jeden Donnerstag vor Yollmond und 14 tage danach. H. Beneker, . Peter Sekretaer. jetCanm No. 120. mP1 V - ■ * ga@ m Thurs- th. Visiting breth- "ly invited to meet F. Young, C. C. Jr. Clerk. r* Meets every 1st & aod 3rd Wednesday night i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 12 January 1899

§p§ m w Tex i.Univer«Jfy . i-Ss-t -*—■ —I" JMRHRPd.^- ' .M' ^ ___ fefys,.. -;V;. VOL. V NO. 23. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., JAN. 12, 1899. Price 91. " • 1 Situated half way be San Antonio and Houston, 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill; schools; good hotels and solid houses. It is the best and town in Fayette county. This the official orgm of the county f —X T " —DEALER IN- iais I* C"\ IS Bfjpl , SASH, NDS, , CEMENT. |p||ps ■>. WMmm r>- i —— ^ * m 1 Bwae^jgv gk.:™ J ^ ■> SIS! ill KS£§1 V~ if.. • $2 75 3 50 2 75 2 75 2 75 ter and Union. the NEW OR- Schaefer, Palace Saloon. ,, Zum Kiihlem Grande HORamHl other South- 1897. - , Agent. ' *-'% IM'zM A -TY. V T': mm* r or- Present Libel Law. ing illustration of the ef- of the present libel law of ~ is to be found in the fact of the big morning dailies I the nerve to print an account the recent Wells-Fargo robbery at San Antonio, until the item was forty-eight hours old an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 12 January 1899

Jl X. ***** SSfptfl .That we have bouj Stock of NeuHaus ht the Iros. I all goods at very low of goods is still i must be reduced, before i arrive.^ — ;nts. All we ask of our friends and the public generally, who know us, and who do not know us, give us a trial and be convinced that we will make it in- teresting for you to call on us. prompt attention. BROS. CO. iSPi *-•'*: is • • ss * ■ " DIVERSIFICATION. ty will not be behind e8 m the matter of diversi- Mr. Chris. Baum- owner of the oil mill i extensiye planter will take and sow 40 acres in pop- leed was imported from Mr. Baumgarten is one liberal-hearted old Ger- who does not require his make experiments bnt and does it himself, will try the poppy, and if a success he Will agitate and prevail upon bis > embark in the enterprise In a conversation a had with Mr. B. he class of people who section of the state are i>f the product of the d Schulenburg alone han $300 to $400 worth every I have noticed that the does well in flower ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 12 January 1899

mmmm SB Homers' iaaB&.y am am .3.22 a m r&r mm-jm .... .7@8 ... $1.00 cash. Not imss^ : ■Hii ■$£> r In order to reduce stock, now and during stock-taking, I will offer all FALL and WIN- TER goods at very reduced prices. In fact, for CAPES, BLANKETS and kindred winter goods, no reasonable cash offer will be refused It has always been my policy not to carry over any old stock. Arrived and to arrive, Seed Potatods, Wife, Seed oats etc. H. HORNER. - **• were here of to- HI MS o . fU'f-' m - _ Pre- now at the d in Gal- on a vjsit to the : wid crefim Levey's. _ }s has been everything put in It is stocked with belongs is a first- and see them. Miss Alice Frlederichs sends the Sticker a correct solution to the mathematical problem in the last issue. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q. on each tablet. Mrs. Augusta Roos of Y oakum and Chas. Flato, jr., of Shiner, were among the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 12 January 1899

afcpB3jpjBj|p f i i m&-- ms . Brown, Si* OURT. Davidson, J. N. officers. : H. Teichmueller. ey, J. L. Storey. L, Neese. e fifth Monchy af- y in March and Sep- six weeks. £ OFFICERS. sger. fFaison. ,JjP® IV. H. 5 in. 7"oi)s Lod^e, No. 1.95. mmm&wm to attend. Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited R. S. Tanneb, w. m. Feed. Ebeling, Sec't. ' K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. Mother and Babe N ONE but a mother knows the pains, anguish and dread that a woman endures before and during , : childbirth. And still nearly all this suf- ; fering is unnecessary. The faithful use of MOTHER'S FRIEND : will in great measure overcome every ; distressing symptom, and labor itself will not be a very serious ordeal. Remember that MOTHER'S FRIEND is an ex-: ternai liniment that softens an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 19 January 1899

I c - Mgp|l Texts Unlverilt? ggfefflgg wm iPll&ii sn --JI === ^S5fcv - ;.-• i NO. 24. H ■••- wmm§ == ■ ' ■■ i ■ ■ w SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., JAN. 19, 1899. Price 91. t Schulenburg Situated half way San Antonio and Houston, i 200 inhabitants; electric plant; three good and cotton-seed oil mill; schools; good hotels and solid houses. It is the best and town in Fayette county. This the official organ of the county , SASH, ni , CEMENT. hammm I Wv< y 2 75 2 75 d Union NEW GR- /■ , ; " ? * 3r, Kaiace Saloon. ss Restaurant. Ififi mmm N, nyej at Lav apd 'ublic. ! & Federal Courts. iburff. Texas. r— SCHWARTZ, Stables, Tftina. oge Horses. I, Tnu. Builder, OJ ' - - SssSfwtv-- ■ pleasure in Jg on your work. imp- ';;;- 0' ' ■ SCHULENBURG, TEX. — SLOM A, ; win ■ fl?ep<sf?oii?dbe Cash paid for Country Produce. ad Steamship Agent. - - Texas. and nervous, looking side of things, take a Dr. M. A. Simmons Liv- and the gloom will GOETH-DITTMAR. Wednesday night St. Mark's churchy wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 19 January 1899

'iW: ? zp, aSfcaps I |jp|fe^' £z&& -'- v*s SSfSp sP fBgSgSSps seskr.?%^^:> 8Bfr<?33frg gsglilsKsMsES ;-3?.. ' rx--- •? - g:. WmwWS W M: SPs - - IP ==BSS- It will never come back Improve the present by one of the j I' DEERE PLOWS at reduced prices. ROS. CO. i; = M:mW 1899. ANNUM post- To call a man a liar—=all sorts of a liar—is not of much value in re- buttal of testimony. Eagar blackguardism marks him a sorely wounded animal or an officer whose integrity is seriously and justly in jeopardy. He has sought a des- perate means of escape, but even his supporters doubt the wisdom of vituperation when he was in a position to command facts. Will it be a court-martial, a duel or a white-wash. In either case, the fact remains that the rations fur- nished the soldiers were not of a to cost the money the department paid for them, none were of sufficiently nutritive a ration for a you can jm||ll that r if General Shafter is the hero or rather victim of a kissing episode. When his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 19 January 1899

II | M JUST RE CEIVEP, GEN- UINE NORTH ERN SEED . . .1:14 am ■f' SpSSSsi! P%2 5 ■ - * . Horner, f*e- . .5 1-16 25c .. 10c 5@7c ..7@8 $1.00 Not quo- te EARLY ROSE, EARLY OHIO, BURBANK, GOODRICH. PEERLESS, BEAUTY OF HEBRON, Tennessee Triumph, direct from firower. All of which are offered at the closest CASH prices. H. HORNER. ma There have been many tramps in town lately and "hard luck" stories were drummed in the ears of char- itable listeners. The -Pickwick Restaurant, in Gus Ebeling's saloon, W. L. Rives proprietor, will have genuine Mo- cha-Java drip coffee always ready. Residence for Sale. A nice residence with one acre of windmill,-plenty oi water improvements in first-class condition. Apply to H. Grube. The spring fights have opened rather early this year. There was a small-sized scrap on Dog street Tuesday. New Spring and Summer Samp- les of Fred Kauffrtiann,. the Amer- ican Tailor, can be seen at Frank Young's. Frank Stelzig and Frank >f Fayettevilie were here to Sigmund S...

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