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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 May 1901

1 w . I: *■ u~\ m #■* • M | 1 ■;.•.• *,4'■;: ^'f,; ,\ Go to Bitter's and SPe^tTe watch. John Bussell came in Saturday night and put up the new switch board for H. D. Hockersmith. It is said that wheat in this county will make considerably more than a half orop. Dr. Ross Lewis is located in the rear of the Bank and solicits yonr patronage in the dental line. 27tf. Miss Eva Browning has return- ed from Benjamin, where she hat been visiting friends for some time. W. T. Britton and little son John, left Tuesday for Ft. Worth, where they go to visit relatives for geveral days. We are pleased to call your at- tention to the change in the ad* vertisement of E. B. Lowry in this issue of the News. Your atteutiou is respectfully directed to tbe change in the ad- vertisement of J. A. Williams & Co.. in this issue. Bob Goree left here Friday for Quanah where he will go into bus- iness. ' The News wishes Bob muoh success in his new home and new field of labor. Mr. James Partridge who is prob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 May 1901

■ 1 mmmram '" 'M. -J**' F v v ," v. O O o o o i> <> <> i> O O «► TO THE o o ❖ <► O ❖ & o «* o o o *► «► PUBLIC I have purchased Forrest Taylors stock of drugs and will henceforth be prepared to supply your needs in drugs, patent medicines, paints, oils, wall paper and sun- dries. I intend to keep on hand a full stock of absolutely pure drugs—the best only in our lines. Bring in your prescriptions; Guy Elkins still has charge of that department. <> o * $ 4* & BAYLOR DRUG STORE, t). I. fet^ANHAJR, <> O O l%l $ l$l l|l l|l ijl O o o i> O 0 <► 1 ^ O O O <► * O O O !k^ Electric Lights. We are ready to take orders for lights on the following terras : Wiring bouses (ceiling work) .00 per drop, wiring bouses (con- sealed work) $1.50 per drop, 16 candle power Incandescent lights $1 .00 per inontb or when 4 or more lights are taken 75o per mentb. We most earnestly solicit the patronage of everyone in Seymour to help us outin this enterprise fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 May 1901

f I J7, '■f I|/ p I / SEVEN DEVELOPED GOLD MINES. 60 ACRES OF GOLD ORE, The Areca Gold Mioiig and Milling Comyany, Cripple freek, Colorado. This Property is Estimated to be Worth more than $io,ooo per acre, and will be worth 18ua^0S are wortl1 lU0D^r- B'"nB J are in deuiaud, aud from their flesh • West Texas Resources. East Texas has Beaumont, but if I East Texas thinks to get ahead of West Texas with a mere oil boom, the I people there don't know the quality of the men who have settled the plains | of the great Weat. Upon those limitless plains snakes I increase and grow fat. It is not so much their fatuess as their increase [that makes thein valuable. Now, TL .J ki National Bank OF SEYMOUR. ■=\ A General Banking Business Transacted. H. |P. BRANHAM, President JO woodyear. Vice-President Q. S. PLANTS, Cashier over $100,000 per acre, with Proper Machinery. CAPITAL! STOCK $100,000, Divided into shares of $100 each). Noi]-Assessable. The Arena Co. otters $50,000 shares at 50 cents each...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 May 1901

fl •'2V2C\'2V2> CVSVSVSA (5 The fleuus O>-**$kv«.;O Does fine Job and Book Work at reasonable ppiees. «r *•'v ■'• .T.I*4T>; *CasiJ - •• JBU,w O.D. GOOSTREE — Proprietor — City Barber Shop. have a good shop with first-clnes workmen Come and see ma, N*n. (to, Washington street Ho oreold baths at nil honrp. u mm «.«vw V«t «va h4r # ...r/i£- HIGH-GRADE... 3Uwllofo£ IPBX7XT7TTT NO, 0 DROP-HEAD CABINET FAMILY SEWING <§MACHINE Possesses all the modern improvements to bo found in any lirst-class machine. •Sj/J at popular prices. Warranted ten years, MANUFACTURED EY ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO. ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS. AGENT3 WANTED. Exclusive Territory given to responsible ...Best... PassengerService TEXAS. IN 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 TEXAS PACIFIC "No trouble to answor qnestionc." 2 FAST TRAINS DAILY 2 TO St. Louis, Chicago and the East •••• SUPERB PULLMAN VESTIBULED 8LEEPERS, HANDSOME NEW CHAIR CARS (Seats Free). FASTEST TIME TO NEW ORLEANS (OOMPARE SCHEDULES). ONLY LINE RUNNING THROU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 May 1901

I i*!* I * * £i ? I i i "i a l| v I if 1 | ri 1 11 1 /' !| i i IF YOU DON'T BUY SLIPPES OF J. A WILLIAMS & GO. YOU DON'T BUY SLIPPEES RIGHT TO BUY LADIES, MISSES or OHILDRENS slippers arid not see what we've to offer is like ({<t«ittt«* "*tt,ivt^ *jt^tvt^x7r We have French Heels, Military heels, Medium heels, Common Sense heels and Spring heels, ' , ' i SIZES ENTACT—-ASSORTMENT OOM- , PLETE. CHILDRENS SLIPPERS, ' 50 to 75 MISSES " ' 75 to 125 LADIES " 75 to 250 quieK action that counts. fi Solid Gold Dia/noijd Set Cadi^s U/atel? ai?d Qljaii} to be (5lUQ9 to t^ (Host popular Cady ig K1?0* or Baylor Qougty "USOJW Means United States of North America, we sell USONA hosi- ery, one of the beat Brands SOLD in the ^United States. . We have ALL sizes for men, women and children, LADIEf fine prop-stitch Hose 25, 35 and 45 cts., styles are correct and colors fast. this is where to ge' nosona hosiery. J. A. WILLIAMS & CO., Seymour, Texas. Tile of a Strap. I'm a stamp— A postage stam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 May 1901

WWWWWMfJJ |4" *k ;:?■ w / Tr u I WJftto'JM* M <WMH« ■ ■■ i ■ ! jfcf*l%l ■ it^r—. • ,.,. ,,. w "W. . > - . — -v*.^ *H! / £l)c Seymour Jfews. as Vol. 12 No. 28. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1901. Whole No. 599 *5 pot* Anything and Everything in the Clothing and Gents' Fui*nishitags Ltine, call at : fc, R. LiEVINSOH'S He has the biggest and most complete line of mens all wool black clay worsted and fancy worsted suits at $7.50 $10, 12.50, and $15 per suit to select from. Boys knee suits, age 5 to 15 with fancy yestee, double knee and seat, at $1.50, $2, 3,3.50 an A4.50 per suit. Boys knee pant age 5 to 16 double knees and seat at 35, 50, 65, 75c. and $1 per pair. Mens fancy cassimere suits at $8. 0 10, $13.50$14.50,18.50. They are as good as any tailor made and oost you from $5 to $8 per suit less. I have the best made, best fitting, the best wearing mens negligee shirts in this part of Texas. They come in percale, mouslin, pique, madras and silk fronts shirts at 75...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 May 1901

mm ; i r l & l t ;4h^X 1 /- /; % 9 P|., v, . UL ,":• • * u I wrote Dr. PScroo regard" §stg my case, and race/rod a prompt reply, free*" " I endured nearly four years of suffer- ing," writes Mrs. T. L. Myers, of Washington, W.Va., "caused principally from improper med- ical attention after the birtli of a child, and female weak- ness, resulting in a complication of dis- eases. Had a terri- ble cough and an incessant pain and soreness in lungs. Was reduced in flesh from 184 pounds to about !oo pounds in eighteen months. I had no appetite, and became so weak and nervous I could scarcely sit up. I doctored with our home physicians for two years with no benefit, I was Anally induced to try Dr. Pierce's medicines. I wro'e to Doctor Pier c regarding my < &.«, and re- ceive! a prompt reply, free, advis- ing the proper medicines for my case. After taking four bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and four of bis ' Golden Medical Discovery,- three dosca ee.ch day, also taki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 May 1901

GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator liOtb District, D. F. Qoaa. Representative 104th District, A. T. Gay. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Judge SOtli District, 8 I. Newton. Attorney ftOth District Chas. B. Coombes. District Clerk, Nat. G. Mitchell. COUNTY. County Jurige, Carter Taylor. Sheriff and Tax Collector, A. 1^. Board. Treasurer E. A. Faucher Coanty Attorney Jo. Whtwt.. Tax Assessor, W. H. Francis Coanty Clerk Nat. G. Mitchell. Surveyor A. D. Korr Public Weigher A. O. Jones. 1'llECINCT. OommissionerPrec. No. 1, B. F. Bowman. Commissioner Proc. No. 3, Chas. Randall. Commissioner Proc. No. 3, T. W. Parker. Commissioner Proc. No. 4, Eticn Harrison. J. P. Precinct No. 1 Tt. 0. Jones. Constable Precinct No. 1 W. II. Elkins. SECRET ORDERS. I. O.O. F. Soymoui Lodge No. 353. I. O. O, F., meets very Thursday nigrht. B. M. Muaser N. G. Geo. Barkley V. G. P. N.Taylor Secretary. Lolly Wt-atherly Troas. John Rook Rep. J. W. Davenport Warden. J. A. Wheat R. S. N. G. W. A. Bennett, L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 May 1901

SMfcM;•sjUrtdEl ; «**fc^miiiK 3S8®Wwws™ i •£ i : > f ■# ' V' "■ ■ ■ «:■:>" Go to Bitter's and see the watch. ■n— , Frank Knight has a new deliv- ery wagon. Carpenters are in demand in Seymour these days. The plaster work on the big McLain botel is progressing rapid- ly. Dr. Smith, of Goree was here this week and went to Bowie on business. W. 8. Mabry was here on busi- ness from Yernon this weelr. Frank Knight has moved into the Lankford building on Main street. Your attention is called to the change in tbe advertisement of JLee & Go., in this issue. J. A. Bussell, a prominent far- mer of the Vera neighborhood, was doing business here last Wed- nesday. Judge S. I. Newton came in Tuesday from Benjamin where he has been holding district court for some time. Bob Dickson has moved from the south part to the north part of town, and is now domiciled in the old home place ot E. L. Stevens. Senator D. F. Goes has made arrangements and will build a large additiou to his residenoe as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 May 1901

fW&?- 1 * r.', mi <> & O & i'f O O < O «► o o o «► <► o i't O ftl 1$ $ ill ||| |$ (ft ||i !|||| Soda Water « i wu looking for a man with massive brains and giant in- tol*o;:'w 10 tell me how to improve Our Soda Water Strength Enables yon to Stand the heat. Grove's tasteless Chili tonic gives strength. A. Newby, the beer man of Wichita Falls, was here Tuesday on business. What's The Use All our regular customers say it can't be done—Say, it's perfection already, but we are open to suggestions when it comes to pleasing people. The improvement will have to be something besides plenty of ice, best fruit juices, thin glasses and neatness promptness and politeness in serving customers. Ial-Y ready have these When you need anything in the drug line, call on me—You'll not# hear just out, but will always find what you want. i±L BAYLOR DRUG STORE, ❖ *3+ D. I. fiSAN8AW, PI*OPf*IETO$. Electric Lights. We are ready to take orders for lights on the following terms : Wiring...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 May 1901

L ■**&&&1*—-r twfr..i .1—V B f '1 ■- W, Hft ... SEVEN DEVELOPED GOLD MINES. 60 ACRES OF GOLD ORE. The ireiit Gold Hinitg and Milling Comyany, Cripple fretk, Colorado. This Property is Estimated to be Worth more than $10,000 per acre, and will be worth over $100,000 per acre, with Proper Machinery. CAPITAL! STOCK $100,000, Divided into shares of $1,00 cncli. For paid rind Nori-Assessable. Tho Arena Co. offers 150,000 shares at 60 cents each, in a Property that is U/01^5^ OU^ $600,000, For the purpose of raising money to purchase the necessary machinery to tnake the miues produce daily fully three thousand dollars in gold, thus enriching every individual shareholder according to the sham* he holds. You can Buy any number of shares you wish and make more money than can be made in anv other line of investment. The gold ore is in these Seven Developed mines. There are 3,000 feet of ore in a vein, and these veins are true mother veins, held within walls of granite, placed ther...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 May 1901

J N Zl 2V£«2s/SMSst&rSS «SvSvS/M) The l^euus Does fine Job and Book Vtfork a t reasonable pmees. r* w/rrrawwnrwsre1 O.D. G003TREE Proprietor City Barber Shop. have a good shop with first-class workmen Comoand see mo,Ni>%00, Washingto • street Ho or cold baths at. all hour*. ...THE {-GRADE... e$leweftotya£ NO, 8 DROP-HEAD CABINET FAMILY SEWING (MACHINE Possesses ail the modern improvements to be found in any first-class machine. Sold at popular prices. Warranted ten years. MANUFACTURED EY ILLINOIS SEV/1NG MACHINE CO, ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS, AGENTS WANTED. Exclusive Territory given to responsible ■ • i B ost • ■ • PassengerService TEXAS. ' IN 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 TEXAS PACIFIC ^%RAlLWAYi$P "Wo ttonble to answer qn&stiono." 2 FAST TRAINS DAILY 2 TO St. louss, Chicago and the East •oot SUPERB PULLMAN VESTIBULED SLEEFEBS, HANDSOME NEW CHAIE CAES (8«ati Free). FASTEST TIME TO NEW ORLEANS (compare schedules). ONLY LINE SUNNING THROUGH COACHES AND SLEEPERS WITHOUT CHANGE. INCOMPARA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 May 1901

frit**- i U-, !& m •CI 1 '« t v. p IF YOU DON'T BUY SLIPPES OF J. A WILLIAMS & CO. M Cut Down YOU DON'T BUY SLIPPERS RIGHT Gok Your Ice Bill This Summer Invest in one of our Refrigia- tors. & They are*E Cleanly * ^nd. Econom- ical TO BUY p Solid Qo\d Dia/nogd Set Cadi^s U/atei? aijd Ql^aip to be div/?i?t0 (T\ost popular Cady in lfaox or Baylor <5om?ty LADIES, MISSES or CHILDRENS slippers and not see what we've to offer is like We have French Heels, Military heels, Medium heels, Common Sense heels and Spring heels, SIZES ENTAOT—ASSORTMENT COM- PLETE. CHILDRENS SLIPPERS, 50 to 75 MISSES " * 75 to 125 LADIES " 75 to 250 I^EMEMBE^^Its quieK action that counts. "USONA" Means United States of North America, we sell USONA hosi- ery, one of the best Brands SOLD in the United States. We have ALL sizes for men, women and children, LADIES fine prop-stitch Hose 25, 35 and 45 cts., styles are correct and colors fast. THIS IS WHERE TO GET NOSONA HOSIERY. J. A. WILLIAMS & CO., S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 May 1901

f ^ ■ H 'J ^ r-JLmu^Ur « • -* .«—■ rtn I.* ; &*t* .• CI)C Sqnnmic 5Jet s. Vol. 12 No. 29. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1901. Whole No. 600 'V I V. por Anything and Everything in the Clothing and Gents' Furnishings Liine, eali at : R. LiEVlHSOH'S He has the biggest and most complete line of mens all wool black clay worsted and fancy worsted suits at $7.50 $10, 12.50, and $15 per suit to select from. Boys knee suits, age 5 to 15 with fancy yestee, double knee and seat, at $1.50, $2, 3, 3.50 and 4.50 per suit* Boys knee pant age 5 to le double knees and seat at 35, 50, 65, 75c. and $1 per pair. Mens fancy cassimere suits at $8. 0 10, $13.50$14.50,18.50. They are as good as any tailor made and cost you from $5 to $8 per suit less. I have the best made, best fitting, the best wearing mens negligee shirts in this part of Texas. They come in percale, mouslin, pique, madras and silk fronts Shirts at 75, 85c. and $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.90 per shirt, in all styles. If you w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 May 1901

I I. jj l i h .i a i U' '1 , ■■{if . . 1 ■ffPPC" . Backed up by Facts. The News- has been chided for its ultra-conservatism concern ing the Information it gives ou about the very valuable niinera deposits knows to exist in this section of the Pecos Valley. It, in company with many other of our prominent citizens, has sin cerely believed all along that this section would some day come to the front, but now being au ox pert in mineralogy, and knowing little of geological formations as well aa a lack of being versed in ohemical processes and their for mations and their resultants, we were loath to go into details until we were in possession of facta and figures and, strictly speakiug, we can not give these now in reliable quantities and qnalities, but enough has been demonstrat- ed to give full faith and credit to what follows. Then, too, so fast as farther developments are made we shall bring them to the ligl>t. There has enough already un- covered to make the unpreten- tious tiler...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 May 1901

•i- * . - a k"<' ■•* .**t« ; tfi&g «•* ; ■ ! 8 GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 20th Pis'rict, D. f. (Jobs. Hepro9<*nrative 101th District, A. T. Gay. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. JurtffS 30,h Diwtrict, S I. Newton. Attorney 50th District, Chas. B. Coombos. District Clerk Nat. <i. Mitchell. COUNTY. Connty J mltio, Cnrter Taylor. Short? and Tax Collector A. L. Board. Treasurer, B. A. Fanchor County Attorney Jo. Wheat. Tux Assessor,. W. H. Francis Comity Clerk Nat. Ci. Mitchell. Surveyor A. D- Kerr Public Weigher .A. O. Junes. PRECINCT. Commissioner Proo, No. 1 B. F. llovman. CommiKsioner Prec. No. 2, Otas. liandall. Commissioner Prec. No. 3 T. W. Parker. Commissioner Proc. No. 4, .Esca Harrison. J. P. Precinct No. 1 !R. C, Jones. Constable Precinct No. 1, \V. H. Elkins, SECRET ORDERS. I. 0. O. F. Seymoiu Lodgo No, 353, I. O. O, F., meets very Thursday night, B. M, Musser N. G. Geo. Barldey V. G. P. N. Taylor Secretary. Lolly Weather!y Treas, John linos Rep. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 May 1901

>'• v" '♦.v • 7 V.-'.. Go to Ritter's and see the wateh. Cbae. Weub is paiutingand pap kL n 11 I 11 11 11 i is I I 11 II * ; \ .'i. criug his residence. Capt. B. D. Goree made a busi- ness trip to Wichita Falls last Tuesday. Tom Irby Is having bis residence fn the north part of town, painted and papered. Unole Bob Beunett returned Tuesday evening from Fort Worth, where he has been on business. Miss Mary Bran ham returned Wednesday from Belmont College, where she has been at school for the past term. John T. Bauson and Rev. Ira Adams returned Wednesday from Missouri, where they have been for several days visiting relatives. Jim Ooleman, of Mineral Wells was here Sunday representing the Spaulding Mfg. Oo. He left Mon- day for Mangum, Okla. He says Mineral Weils is building up very rapidly. We had another good rain here last Friday night. By Test Ha& Proven Best. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. D. M. Norwood returned Monday from Gainesville where he had been attending the bur- ia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 May 1901

) ■ft*? i 1 wt^Fwes^ww ****;*• W <'* i'f A ❖ it O Where will You Take it F This question often arises after you have consulted the^ 'f best (not the cheapest) physician you know and have re- ^ i ceived his prescription. ,; It should go to the boat druggist you know—one who will « ^ use only the right kind of drugs and will not try to fill it if he hasn't the right kind li- lt should go to the druggist who will exercise the great- ^ 'j est care in getting the right drug and the right quantity Jj \ and will go over his work several times to be sure he's right ;; We conduct our prescription business as the best druggist should, and this is an answer to the question "whore will you take it f" BAYLOR DRUG STORE, t). I. P$OPf*IETOt*. o <> i'f <> if Electric Lights. We are ready to take orders for lights 011 the following terms : Wiring houses (ceiling work) $1.00 per drop, wiring houses (con- sealed work) $1.50 per drop, 16 candle power Iuoandeecent lights $1.00 per month o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 May 1901

p I •' f « !i I i J < •: i; * j p [>•- • > i . i ifc HHH : YS* MHHBI P npy^ i SEVEN DEVELOPED GOLD MINES. Fought For His Llle. "My father and sister both died of consumption," writes J. T. Weather- wax, of W yandotte, Mich', "and I was saved from the same frightful fate only by Dr. Kiug's new discovery. An attack of [meumouia left au obsti • uate cough aud very severe lung trou- ble, which an exceljeut, doctor could not help, but a few months' use of this wouderful medicine made mo as 60 ACEES OF GOLD ORE. The ilftna Cold Mitiig asd Milling Comyauy, Cripple freek, Morsilo. This Property Is Estimated to be Worth more than Jio.oeo per acre, anil will be worth I VV(.il a ovur ami I gained much in over $.00,000 per acre, with Proper Machinery. weight." Infallible tor wugba, colds and all th.roat and lupg trouble. CflPITflli STOCK $100,000, ' * 1nn t Guaranteed bottles -10c aud 1.00 at Divided into shares of $1.00 each. For paid and | Forrest Taylor's drug store trial bot- ISTor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 May 1901

r'-yyrrty. [a *-■**, ' ? < _ r i .>< '.■■•• -VV. a ;iNSV3>'2V2\'2\'3> <* The Jieuis Does fine Job and Book Wotfk at reasonable prices. rs-TMn in ircagit: 0. D. G008TREE Proprietor City Barber Shop. have a good shop with first-class workmen Come and set< me,No.-P(J, Washington street 4 Ho or colli baths at all hortrs. ...THE HIGH-GRADE.,. TTStV. CDap of Seymoat*, HO, 8 DROP-HEAD CABINET FAMILY SEWING MA CHINE Possesses all the modem improvements t(3 be found in any firr.t-cl.iss machine. Sold at popular prices. Warranted ten years. MANUFACTURED BY ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO. KOCKFORD, ILLINOIS, AGENTS WANTED. Exclusive Territory ffiven to responsible rVj '.*r« Passenger Service ih TEXAS,, 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4" & PACIFIC Railway Xi>- No trouble to answer qaoctious." 2 fast tots daily 2 TO St. Louis, Chccago ac^d the East,... SUPERB PULLMAN VESTIBULED SLEEPEES, HMIDSOHE NEW CHAIR CARS (Scats Free). FASTEST Till; TO HEW ORLEANS (compare SCHSOULefl). ONLY LI...

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