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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 11 January 1889

bt m fata fSawi JEVERNOR EDITOR PMPRIETOR LOCAL AFFAIRS CHTTItCH r > IRKCrrORY rnEsmrrEEiASs TTic < i > < > J14 Fonttl SnniUj la each Month Bev It Primer MCTHODIST ScTTlcfaevcrv Sunday morn laj Rod evening T F Mromlt Paator WXnOLIC Pallicr McMalien mil coaonct trrire UlieT i < lm oriIr Ed Campbell > fltat Sunday In each alternate month brginiog tne IIrat SnntUyln June ltfljC jvdvbetising aiAais One inch one year Two incite one year Three inclieione year Tour leches one year i column one year One eoulinn one year Transient Advertisements 1000 iaoo 2500 3000 6000 10000 1 per incli for first insertion and ZO conto for each suuscqocit insertion Local Notices 10 cents a line each In Mltion but no local notice will be inser- ted for less than 00 cents The News JoTj OSxce IsvnUsuppliediritligood material nnd we can do nil classed of Job Printing in good style and at Trea- sonable rates Patronize your county paper Job Pbiktixg must be paid for transient advertisements o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 18 January 1889

SAN SABA Fire Insurance Agency INSURES Against Loss by Fire NDLidstoneigent Office in Ward Murrays Bank Conrict tabor is Honest Labor The following is published nt the request of Hou Sim Yintted the administration of affairs at the Hnntsvillo and Busk Stab Pris- ons have made upon the industri- al enterprises and the material de- velopment of the state We feel it is time to call a halt This rui- nous policy of employing convict labor in competition with honest workingmen cheapening manu- factured products to starvation jjjwices in eatingout tho vitalj of Vagoworkers farmers and private capitalists it is stagnating local commerce and driving away from our Stat the young mechanics laborers and men of small means to whom every community must accord substantial support and en- couragement if it does not wish to topple to decay The peoplo of Harris count feel that their cause and their grievance is the heritage and condition of every county in this broad and glorious empire State Wo ask ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 18 January 1889

a Q 5ft V i Store than half the population of Paris apply for gratuitous medical attendance and half the burial are at tlio public expense Tho corn crop of the present season is the first in nine years that is proportion- ate to the increase of population in this country An effort will bo made in tho Vermont Legislature at the present session to adopt a more effectual and satisfactory commonschool system It is estimated that 50000000 a year is spent by people in the vicinity of New York in railroad fares admission to races and bets on horses the latter being by far the largest The success of the great Worlds Fair at Melbourne Australia has incited San Francisco to undertake a Great Pacific Slope and International Exposition in that city in a year or two Sergeant Kendall of tho British Army can exhibit forty eight different wounds received in tho line of duty A bursting shell inflicted twelve of the wounds at- one time and one bullet left three scars Ths last summer was the wettest t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 18 January 1889

c I v ° if ir r an ostrich farm READING THESE GHOTCSQUE birds rou their riiUMAon A Unique California Industry The Feat of IMuclcinjr Requires Great Btratesy IncabatluRTlioir Pro- digious n ss Ostrich Diet On this sunny border of land we tiro used to seeing almost everything grow- ing in the tropical gardens c en to ostrich feathers which are a crop that is Jughly u interesting Wc crossed the bay SKean Diflco CaL to Coro paused before the closed red wood gatcof the ostrich camp A man with a long forked polo and a dog at his bccls answered our summons opened the closed gatC3 and ushered us in Hey Pet hey ret here lct hey hey hey1 he called and down Ihe field from the upper end of the enclosure same Pet and all the olher pets in the rno t graceful comical undulating waltz like trot lmaginablo poking their long flat bills over the redwoud bars Oh they know their names we iried in admiration Which is Ftt Do tell us I The man with the forked pole shnckled and reaching through tho oars wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 18 January 1889

rr i ck w s lit rtl I ij 1 tWt fG EDITOR PROPRIETOR 5CAL AFFAIRS l LH nrKCTOKY I lVIiwr slniacb MoulliKoT Ki Uviil T S nice wnrv SMJay worn iid > ii I W inot Tutor Alili M < > llMalian mil cejiauct i atllir < Mencc llir tl < Hiawbdl tie lr i ay m each alteroal womb ot fining ttinc in Imw IFrfi ADVEBTISIHG KA S One inch one year Two inches ono year Three inches ono year Tour inches ono year column ono year One coulnin ono year Transient AiiVEimsxJiESTS S 1000 lf00 2300 3000 0000 J000 1 pel tnch for first insertion and 00 cents foi each sttbseqneit insertion Lo al JiimCKS 10 cents a line each in Wition lint no local notice ill ha ius > cr cd for leas than 50 cents Tlio JHews Sob GlSeo I ell supplied with food material udwo cm do all ola PS of Job Tiiui hi in good i Mo cud at rea liable rates Patronize your county paper Jo Peimixo nust be paid for oa delivery and trrnfdent adver ti nents iu advance Tho State Immigration Comraft tce rpiruft that ciory subscriber ia the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 25 January 1889

v SAN SABA Fire Insurance Agency INSURES Against Loss by Fire NDlidstoneAgent t Office in Ward < L Murrays Bank From tho Bend Do and your many readers you know how we arojgolting al g in the lower partoiBan Saba So if you do not twill tell you how we stand in the mud at present and have been in the mud all win- ter Wheat is fine and bids fair for a bit crop Wo have got our smoke houses full of fins bacon our tin cans full of fiue lard our little dirt houses full of potatoes our water barrels full df good Sorgum molasses our garners full of wheat and oats our cribs full of corn and plenty of grass to carry our stock through the winter In fact wo have a plenty of every- thing but monejj j3o you see we are independent of those northern organized insignificant thieving trusts that are cornering the ne cessities of life Brother farmers let us hold the fort let us diversify our crops raise our bread and meat on the farm and liveJit home and board at the same place Stop this rais ing co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 25 January 1889

flr > 2 0f V t a Advices from abroad arc to 00 effect that Scotland yearns for Home Rule almost as earnestly as Iroand Tbo Baltimore American says that railroad officials are ho most unpopular oalcials before the American public Of 181 persons in France claiming to bo over 100 years old a committee ircw out 131 after invest ration anc the other thrco were considered doubtf uL Tho pesky litto moth costs the Enited Slates Government 30000 > cr year and is then ahead much of the time Washington is said to be more infested frith this insect than any other tovn in in the land From January to July 1S8S tit euty ihicc Ietler carriers five clerks thrco postmasters and thrco mail agents went wrong and were arrested In no case was the sum of money over 100 and in some it was only 5 It is strango how cheap some men hold themselves In thirteen years or since 187C we have exported from this country over 1000000000 bushels of wheat and 95 000000 barrels of flour tho ager gate value of the t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 25 January 1889

Ik t = K fer M pe k 3T hpf JL MY DR TALMAGE SUE DnoOKIiYN DIVINCS SUN- DAY SERMON Subject Satan On Hig Travels Text And the Lord mid unto Satan Whence earnest thont Then Solan ansicerett the Lord and said From toing to and fro tn the earth and from walking vpanc down tn it Job L 7 In 1072 was printed the larcest book ever published namely two haze volumes otnear Uve thousand pases in small type the anthor Joseph CaryL Itwas a commentary on thi Book ot Job When It look a year forth Journey from England to India the son o ty > author of tu commentary starteit for India leaving bis father wrifr In on his book and wa3 om > or years and when he came back hi England still found his father writinj on t I never saw the commentary but I do tiot wonder at its size tiecausa there is no end to the interest of the Bock of Job I am not surprised that Goethe the unbeliever tool flora this wonderful book the opening of hi drama Fant w and the MepnMonheles oi the great German was only the Bata...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 25 January 1889

h rm J j sit v 3 ht fan falm Klwt JEVERNOR EDITOR PROPniETOR LOCAL AFFAIRS CliTCTItCH OIBBOTO Jt Y rEESnTTEEIANS rri tho IMr and Fourth Sundays In each MonUiKeTIL Miner r lor METHODIST Srrrlcea every Sunday morn- ing and evening T F IMnimlt rastor ATH0LIC Father MeAlahan will conduct aetTiccaatthOTwJdenceof Mr Ed Cainphtll thf flrst Sands In eaoh alternate month li ilPS the flratSnndayln Jnnal6S8 ADVERTISING HATES One inch one year 1000 Two inchc one year ljUMj Three inchesone year j > 00 Four inches one year 3000 column one year jjOOO One coulmn one year lOOOo Tbashsnt Advertisements SI lier inch for first insertion and CO cents for each subseirucit Insertion Local Notices 10 cents a line each in jeition but no local notice will be inser ied for less than 50 cents The News Joh Office Isvell supplied with good material and tto can do all classes of Job Printing in good style and at rea- sonable rates Patronize your county Job PniNTnra must be paid for on delivery and transient ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 1 February 1889

r + jm ° SAN SABA Fjre Insurance Agency INSURES Against Loss by Fire NDlidstoneigent Office in Ward Murrays Bank jc Q Seeded Legislation Tho following is a part of iho report of the Committee on Reso- lutions unanimously concuried in by the District Pomona Grange No 41 embracing Llano San Saba and Mason counties at its last ses- sion held with San Saba Grange No 1118 Jan 16 and 17 18S9 And believing that the people ore in sympathy with tho spirit of questions pertaining to the great- est good to the greatest number I herewith submit a detached por- tion on NEEDED LEGISLATION 1st The Commissioner of Agri culluro should Lave a seat in tho Reijdoutfs clbinet 2nd Theflection o United States senators should be by direct vote of the people 3rd The reduction of postage on fourthclnss mail matter No reduction on letter postage should be made 4th The abolishing of money notes and tho issuing of money orders for five dollars and less for three cents 5th Laws to punish the dealing in futures w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 1 February 1889

r ft 3 = 3 i 7 l Brooklyns credit stands high The ctty has just negotiated 5000Q0 of her permanent water loan bonds at 108 Dakota is the biggest boy in Uncle Samuels family and has for several years wantod to set up for himself Da- kotas population is 040000 and has increased Cs00 during the year I Every State in which fertilizers are sold taxes tho business ostensibly for the protection of the farmers It is a mat- ter declares the New York Timet to which faimers should give their careful attention I The proportionate culture of grass may be taken as a measure of tLe prosperity of agriculture asserts the New York Ttm a Grass conserves the fertility of the soil while the growth of grain crops expends it Prince Bismarck recently gavo a fete Jo hisscrvants and tenantsatFriedrichs ruhe jo cetbrato tho despatch to Berly of 5003 telegraphpoles cut in his forests Bismarck has supplied Germany with 100000 telegraphpoles during the last ten years The valuo of the fertilizers used by fanners ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 1 February 1889

O c SB I J 4 Is 3 HEY DE TALIAGE IKE BnoOKDYIf DIVINES SUN- DAY SEltMON Subject Rewards Pop tho DnU M Well as tho Brilliant Test CnJo one His jure jjce foJenb < o anolifr Ciro and to another one to every- man according to hii tecerai aWIiW Mutt xxr 15 Many of the parables of Jesus Christ were more crapic in the times in which He lived ivi they ara now because circumstances hare fio much changed In oldsn tuneswhen a man wanted to wreak a grudge ui on his nafehlier after the farmer had scattered tho seed Tvbtat over the field and was expecting the harvest his avenger would go across the same field with a sact full or the seed of darnel cress scattering that seed all crer the field and of course it would sprout up and spoil the whole crop and it was to that that Chrjt referred in the parable when He spoke of the tares being sown among the wheat In this land cur farms are fenced cfl and the wolves have been driven to the mountains and we cannot fully under- stand tho zneanig of the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 1 February 1889

rr kV S UU fan fata sw J EVERNOR EDITOR 4 PROPRIETOR Local affairs CHUBCH XIKKOTORV rEESnTTEEIAS SerriCM tlie llilrd and r urtliSundaj Bin each Month Rot K rainier Iaator MEMODIST Services every Sunday niora logaad evening T F Dlninilt Pastor ATHOIJC Fallier llcJlauan will condnct crrlcea at the residence of Sir Ed Campbell the drat Sunday In eaiA alternate month Vejmws the first Sanday In June lgeG ADVERTISING UATJ2S One incb one year Two inclio one year Thrcoinehesono year Four inches ono year i column one year One contain one year TjtAXSIEXT AOVEKTISE1IESTS tee request that every i jjjjt 1000 1800 2500 3000 CO00 10000 1 i > cr Inch for first insertion and 60 cents for each ubsenrieit insertion Local Notices 10 cents a lino each in teition hut no local nutico will ho inser- ted for less than 50 cents TIio News JoTj Office Iey ell suppliedwith good material and wo can do all classes of Job Printing in good style and at rea- sonable rates Patronize your county paper Job Pbintino ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 8 February 1889

J SAN SABA 7 Fire Insurance Agency INSURES Against Loss by Fire NDLfdstoneAgent Office in Ward Murray8 Bank A railroad commission law will certainly be enactetf by the present legislature The 6tate faijwill open this year nt Dallas October 15th nnd con- tinue to the 2lih The Oklahoma country is again attracting attention and colonics are being formed to occupy it A newspaper item says the farm- ers in central Kansas hare done nearly all theirspring plowing Deep water at the mouth of the Brazos seems to be among the probabilities ef the Jieiir future PflHWSonTlfofthe time forthe regular session of the legislature is gone and but few bills hav be- come laws San Antonio has a strong lobby at Austin working for a law to supply Bexar county with an addi tional District court Titles to land sold by the land board havo been confirmod by special enactment of the present B03sion of the legislature Bad roads furnish topics for dis- cussion in the newspapers nil over the state This discussion ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 8 February 1889

H i < 9 Australia Is building a fence of wire netting 6000 miles long to keep aclt rabbits out of Queensland A Chicago newspaper makes the state Cmeat that at least threefifths of the peopla ia that city aro believers in Spirit- ualism Experiments show that tropical sugar corn will grow ia many parts of Arizona and that it is as product as in the Sandwich Islands Itis also ascertained that the boxwood tree will grow there Twenty young men in a Pennsylvania town formed a football club In three months fourteen of them had broken bones three were crippled for life and one druggist sold them f 18 worth of oin tment A Californian hat made affidavit be- fore a notary public that a sheep pelt which he had tacked up on the barn door grew a crop of wool this fall It was short wool and late wool but better than no wool at alL ThcfirstschoolccnsustakeninGeorgia incoa 2 las been completed It gives theloialjnumber of children of school uW03722 in 1832 ho country districts rptjijgirls while in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 8 February 1889

if Mj 0 < s t w SEY PR TALMAGE kcBB BROOKLYN DIVINES SUN DAY SEIIMON Subject An Onnoilous Diet r < < ar ttey which ye shall ip abomination anong the fowls the sUm rt rii nnd the bat These aso tit ic ean to jou amonj f As creeping yunut that creep vpontho earth ihechame ton and the tnatt Leviticus xt 13sa The Bible offer eray passible variety of tnenw of argument anil of illustration We earo not much in what kind of a pitchsr the water of life is broneht If it fa only the clear trare water God gave the anaents a list of the animals they might eat and a lut of animals that they might not eat These oeople lived in a hot climate and certain forms of animal fool corrupted tneir blooJ and disposed them to scrofu lous disorders depraved their appetites and bemeaned their souls A mairs food when J has the rieans and opDortunity of select ing it suggests his mors nature The rea son UiewUd Indian is as cruel as the Hon because he has food that gives him the blood of the hen A mission...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 8 February 1889

y to nn gnhn w JEVERNOREDITOR PROPRIETOR LOCAL AFFAIRS CHURCH DIBKOTOBY rilESBYTEniAN Services the llilrd and Fourth SundaTS to each Month ltev IL ralmer Taator METHODIST Scrvicee every Sunday more- ls and evening T 1 Dimmit Tutor JTIIOLtC Father ItcMalian will conduct service at the resilience of Mr EdCampbeU tlie Jlrat Sunday In each alternato month Upiilns Uie tirat Sunday In Jane leSG VOMAKSllEETlSGllETUOmSTCnDKCII rraver Mcottas every AVednrarfay eveninc Foreijm Jllaalnnarr lat Wednesday in the monl i Jui nli ror lilwionarv latTbnrada in month lIoneMl donarr2nd W ilne dey in the month LMlt A M Societj Uh Vcdnndar in the BOD III Lndlcaofalldrnomliuitlona will find ft cardial welcome at tlieae meeting ADVERTISING ItATKS One iiicb one year 1000 Twoincbe one year 1800 Three inches ono year 4500 TJoor inches ono year 2000 I column ono year CO 00 One coalran one year lOOto Transient AnvKitTisiuiKNTs 1 per Inch for first insertion ami M cents lor eariisnbsequeiit insertion Local Notic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 February 1889

SAN SABA Fire Insurance Agency INSURES + Against Loss by Fire NDlidstoneAgent Office in Ward Murrays Bank Signed by the Governor Got Boss has signed tho follow- ing bills Appropriating SSOOOO or so inuoh thereof as maybo necessary Jpr the mfleago and per diem of members and per diem of officers and employees of the TwentyFirst legislature Approved January 1218S9 Appropriating 30000 or so much thereof as may be necessary for the contingent expenses of the legislature Approved January 171889 Amending the 12th section of the judiciary act and fixing time of holding District court in tho if Lmv > r > i Wlt Tifj and east to pay for bacon flour farm machinery boots and shoes canned goods and many other things that might be produced here as well as anywhere else We even send off for onions cabbages jxjtatoes beans peas and other vegetables that can be raised here- to great perfection This ought not to be so While cotton is our most profitable suplus crop and probably always will be i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 February 1889

s A gigantic English syndicate is said I- bo gradually gaining control of Ameri- can breweries In corns of he Northwestern States the public schools were ordered to be clcscd on election day Sunflowers are used in Wyoming Ter- ritory for fuel The stalks when dry make hot firt and the seedheads with the seed in are said to burn better than hard coaL An acre of sunflowers will furnish fuel for one store for a year Wheat and flour have not been so high in this country since 18S0 as they are now The deficiency in the crop in Minnesota and Dakota is etiimated at 33000000 bushels falling off from the average yield An exchange says wc may ail have to fall back on corn bread and hoe cake thecorn crop being mag- nificent Miss Colquitt and Hiss Breckinridge one the daughter of a Georgia Senator and the other of a Kentucky Congress- man both rich and soccty belles have applied for positions In the public schools of AYashingtoa city as teachers for the purpose of getting experience which they p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 February 1889

h < hi r L EEY M TALIAGE THE BROOKLYN DIVINES SHJI T DAY SERMON is wiv Its great towers and elaborated roif windows and sralpturing of the last juS ment with the trumpeting angels and TtZ dsad its battlements of quarterfoil3 ttcristy with ribbed ceUinr and st B > ithere was nothing In aJ that bunding which more vividly appealed my plain republican tastes than thef Uv TMtmenU which laidTia oakealpresses robes that had been embroidered Tn EoW and been worn by popes and rchbishops onCTeat occasions There was i robe that bad been worn by Pius VIL at crowning or the first Napoleon There wA also a vest- ment that had been worn at tie baptism of Isapoleon IL As our gui opened the oaten presses and broujht out those vestments of fabulous rast and lifted them up the fragrance of the pungent aro rnatJcs In which they had been preserved ailed the place with a sweetness that was al- most oppressive Nothmgthat had been don m stono more vividly Impressed me than theso tmngs that had been do...

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