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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 February 1889

b fan alm gjfw JEVERNOR EDITOR PROPRIETOR LOCAL AFFAIRS CHUBCH blBKOTOKV PKESBYTERIAX S rrlcM the llirf anl Fourth Sondaja In each Month Bev K Ialmei Ia tor METHODIST Scrvlfen erpry Snnoaj nion Uj and evening T F Dliumlt Fantor ATtlOtlC Father Mcllalian will conduct erTkeaettboneldeocaof Mr Ed Coinjipell tb tint Sunday in eaeh alternate month bffiinlng tlin tint Sunday In June lEtO WOMAXS MEETISO JiETHOUISTCnUECH rraTerlleetins every Wednesday eveoiaj Foreign MiMlonarr l t Vednradar In the nionlli Juvenile Tor MUllonary tat Thoniday in nwntll IIon Jllaiuonarr Snd W dneaday In tie mont l Lndlra AM E frty 4th tvednwriav In the month Ladlea of all denominations trill find a cordial wolcome at the moetnRS ADVERTISING KATES One inch one year JDWr Two inchos one year leVOO Three incbesjone eaf 250 Four InjchcSr jfie year 300C GOO0 column one year One conlmn one 3 ear lOOOo Transient Advertisements SI per Inch for first insertion nna 50 ctnts for each subsequent insc rtion IjOCAL Notices 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 February 1889

W SAJN SABA fjre Insurance Agency insures Against Loss by Fire NDlidstoneAgent Office in Ward Murrays J3 nk Financial Statement Showing the Besources Assets Expenditures Liabifiti1 Etc of San Saba Co For the Tear J888 Pcblisbed In Fall by order of the Honor- able Commissioners Court of said County EXHIBIT A Names of Parties to whom mon eyhas been paidduring the year 188 out of fiie Jury Fund as ioUows 3P2dmit atquaft reelFoarth quarter eonUnud Tom Linn HWeAtilBcn Do Kirkpatrick R Maiden IIII Dorm COV Benton Henry Jones Mark Oliver JilVlfml J C Bnrdett Jack Matlock T A Germany Dick Taylor NR Sloan GW Campbell Vf T Murray Frank Cray GWlIuoo X W Rector 31 W Atklnaon A L Hill J V Murray H J Dawson JWUeCounell Jas DoSemyre M J Moore JT Cunningham RI Murray ICWRlrsa JMIIanu 31 H Entea JEFalt WAdnilm WBOoW I CXnrktndaU WJItcbertsoo CVmilxSsey BCanorer f J ray Pseler JMMuUej IOttincer J11 OBeffiey tC Daren port IIII Lewis JJI Janes TW Maxwell WltGtltor 1TH Smithr J U Martin TBHartP J Sloan ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 February 1889

V xiiii 111 fT ia Tnkio Japan to erect te monument to the memory ot H tral Grant jt was shown by the annual horse show in New York that banc tails aro the fashion of the day From the pole pony to the scdato carriage pair the horses natural switch is made to conform to fashion I The Electrical World says that medical experts are saddling on the telephone some of the responsibility for the in- crease of lunacy They seem to think that it is the people who use the tele- phone whose sanity is endangered The success of four Chinamen in enter- ing the United States from Canada shows eclares the Atlanta Constitution how difficult it is to enforce our anti Chinese bill The border line letween this country and the British possessions is StOO miles long We cannot guard it Letts Island off the Maine coast must be a veritable earthly paradise auco it is asserted that there are neither tramps dogn inud or mosquitoes in the length or breadth of it The houses are all neat and in good repair poverty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 February 1889

< k BEV ML TALMAGE the Brooklyn ramcs DAY SERMON JSftS SUN Subject Our Departed Still My Jns Text And when he saw the wagons which Joseph had sent to curry htm he spirit of Jacob Uieir father rented And Jsraclsaid Hitenough Joseph my son it M alive Genesis xlv 2723 The Egyptian capital was tho focus of tho worlds wealth Jn ships ana Lanres there JiaabeenbroaEbttoitfrom India franfcfn conw cinnamon and ivorv and diamonds jrom tha North marble ami iron from Erria purpe and silk from Greece some of the finest horses of the world and some of the most t nlliant chariots and from all the earth that which could best pease the eye nnd charm tho car and frratify the taste There were temples aflame with red sand stoneentered bv gateways that were guarded by pillars bewddenns with hieroglyphics find wound w ith brazen scr > entsand adorned with winged creatures hmreyes and boils and pinions glittering with precious stones There wero marble columns blooming into Jrhite flowerbuds there we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 February 1889

V S mt Ian alra < gtw JEVERNOR EDITOR PROPRIETOR LOCAL AFFAIRS CHtTKCH DIBKOTOKY WlKSBrTKRIAN Services the llilrd and Fourth Snndaya In e ach Month lltr IS Palmer Pastor JIETIIODIST Services eTery Sunday jnorn Inj and evening T 1 Dimmit Tutor ATIIOLIC Father McMahan will conduct service atthe residence of Mr Ed Campbell the first Punoay In each alternato rcoutli be jpnlng the first Sunday in June 18eo W0HA1TS MEETIXCllETIIOMSTCntmCll Prayer Meetlnz every Wednesday evonlne Forclra Missionary lit Wednesday In the mon b Thursday In month Juvenile For Mlailonarv I at florce Missionary 2nd Wednesday in the month Ladies id Soclet 4lh Wednesday in the moniu Ladies of all denominations will Hud a cordial welcorue at these meetings ADVERTISING ItATICS One inob one year 1000 Two incite one year 1800 Tbreoincbesonoycar 2500 Foot inches one year 3000 J column ono year C000 One conlmn one year lOOOf Trassikst Advertisemksts 1 i > er Inch for first insertion and 50 cents for each subsequent...

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

SAfl SA33A Fire Insurance Agency INSURES Against Loss by Fire NDLidstoneAgent Office in Ward Murrays Bank The WatenrorVs Case Considerable interest lias been manifested by our people in the lawsuit between Messrs J H Brown and E E Bisien iovolv ing ihn right to use tho water from the stream just east of town as well as to erect and abut dams thereon Tho case was decided by the Supremo court January 22 but no definite information could bo had until Mr Burleson one o tho attorneys for Mr Brown obJ tained at considerable cost a cer- tified copy of tho opinion in the Jise This opinion is now before and wo will make some extracts tho information of the rggdere the News most of whom aro in rested After stating the case in full reciting the testimony giving the findings of facts and conclusions of law by tho lower court as well as the assignment of errors by tho appellant the higher court pro- ceeds to state the case and to de- cide upon it as follows This suit was brought in Decem ber 185...

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

Tie baseball has a growing compctitot Jit the American colleges ia the football T cncral Sherman the opposes annexa- tion of Canada He says that we have enough foor land already The London Lancet discusses at con- siderable length the remedies by which the habit of coughingin church may be overcome Tho Cuing Ttffoaeol the Prohibition papers of Nebraska published at Orir lia proposes that by common consent the name of the ProhibUioa party be chinged to The Progressive patty Among the members of the present Congress who will not answer to the roll call of the next are three of the wealth- iest men in the House Scott of Fcnn sylranla William Waller Phelps of Now Jcrsoy and Beriah Wilkins of Ohio The railroad is regarded as a ncisan e in Persia A short time ago in tint country a man was run over and killed by a train The people at once turned out tore up the track wrecked the cas and escorted the railroad men over the border The Saltan of Turkey has become intensely interested in mind r...

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

ivr WOMAFS WORLD PLEASANT hlTEBATCnE FOR FEMININE READERS j An Antique Quilt The craze or the antique exists as strong among those who collect speci- mens of household work as among their raoro fashionable brethren who collect bpcabrao and works of art In Geor- gia according to a local investigation there is a quilt worth possessing It was made by Mrs Annie Mitchell during the Bret jear of her married life in 1812 and 1813 It required twelve long wiary months to complete Thecotton of which this beautiful piece of work was made was picked by Mrs Mitchell and her husband Itobert Mitchell during the honeymoon of the then newlv marrud coupc After the cotton was sepiraed from the iced the young wife brought out her little Spinning jenny and as her husband talked or read to her she transformed the cotton into smooth thread and carefully spooled it for the work before h < r Af- ter a suffic cut quantity had bten pre- pared and it took many months to ac- complish her task Mrs Witciell br...

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

rs v te r m afca J J EVERNOR EDITOR PROPRIETOR LOCAL AFFAIRS VlXTJTiCJJ DIBKCTOJIY PltESllTTlKIiN f1 f H 4 Fourth Snnilaj a in each Mootli ler 1 lalfocr rasor METHODIST ShtvIch rrerj Sanaa loom lnsanaercniag T F Dimmit Iaslor AinOUC Fatliw HeMahan Trill conduct erri Matth n < lenworHr RtCaurltfll J flnt Sunday in each alternate month l gfounj ls first Sanday la Junf leefi WMLiJ S ItEETIXOMETaODIbTCnUKCn rraver SlMtinj t cry Wednesday arninc Forclzn Sllatienao lat Wednnrfay in tea month Jnrenlla For llisHonary let Thursdat in month Hone Missionary 33 Wnlaeedaj in the month Ladira Aid S lr < < th Moeedar in 11 month JLadiceofalldMioniinatiooa il Sad a cordial welcome at tbe c meetings ADVEBTISISG WAXES One inch one year 1000 Two inclio one year 1800 Three inches ono year 2500 Four inches one year 3000 colnran one year 0000 One conlinn ono year 1000o Tllt SIHST ADVERTIsFHEXTS 1 per inch Tor first insertion and GO cents for each snb5cnueit insertion Local NotiCfs 10 cents a lin...

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

SiLN SABA Fire Insurance Agency INSURES Against Loss by Fire NDLidstoneAgent Office in Ward Murrays Bant The Unemployed A writer in a St Louis paper contrib- utes a scries of articles unaer tb nbovo caption snowing the causos wlin i Iiae led to some oftlio evils nftheprescit day These articles will ho ro produced in theso columns helioving that a reading of them will bo beneficial to our people Prescrvo tho papers containing them that yon may rorcad when the articles luo nil api > earcd They oro masterly argnments from a nonpartisan hat purely indepen- dent new of the subject Wo hope onr readers will enjoy these articles as wo have Ed SanSaba News NUMBEIt OSE A Into writer Laving analyzed tho occupation of tho pcoplo of East London estimates that out of a total of 903000 about 311000 men women and children are de- pendent on casual labor that is such as tlMsy can find hero and thereTifom day to day The writer father states that what is true of East London is probably true of Sout...

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

> England wants all tie firstclass honestly packed apples we can spare When North Dakota Is admitted Her popular name will be the Zephyr State Judge Gary of Chicago has decided that it is every citizens raoral duty to keep the slow and ice off his sidewalk The Secretary of the Treasury is the on y member of the Cabinet whe annually reports to the House of Rep- resentatives An Italian witness in a Brooklyn Court being asked the other day what was an Italian brigand replied All sama cowboy your country The Government has discovered a shortage of eight cents in the accounts of a paymaster who died in leCS and his bondsmen must fork over Pennsylvanias troops will predomi- nate in the next inaugurationday parado at Washington as they did in the last It is said that 7000 Pcansyl vaniaus will be in line Within a recent week announces the Cincinnati Knrtuirer one Chinaman mar- ried a French chambermaid and another a Massachusetts factory girl and still the public slumbers calmly above th...

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

SL In ft falcoma a sportr in which wealthy PERSIANS INDULGE How the Yoane Koordlsh NoMes Fly Their Talcons Aft r Wild Plffoons An American Bi- cyclers Experience On ray bicycle ride threugh tho Shah8 dominions says Thomas Stevens in Youths Companion I taw more of facons snd falconing than of all other sports combined Almost all the Pers an no- bles and Kooraisb chiefs keep falcons and among their retainers rasy always be seen the falconer loafing about with one uf these birds resting on a little portable perch to which he is attached by means of a tinr brass or silrer chain Beside their use in the r fegitmate field of sport thekctpingof falcons is con- sidered a sign of nobility and so many wellto do leraian gentlenen who in these degenerate daja of their country are altogether too indolent to care about sport still keep falcons for the sake of the prestige ttgi s them One day on the Tabrscz Plain in Western Iersis 1 fell in with a party of young Kocrdish nobe < engaged In ty- in...

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

mt fan JMm gJarc JEVERNOR EDITOR PROPRIETOR i LOCAL AFFAIRS CHURCH DIBECTOnY PKESnrrEKIAN Serriets the lliltJ > d Fmirtli Sundays In e ch Month Rot It Ialmor Tutor JIEMOinST Services every Sunday morn lngB < leTenui T FDlmmlt Taster ITnOUC Fatlier MeiaiiM > 5 ° a a5l miffs sttheroJdcnce of Sir EdCumrbfU tto drat Sunday In ach nltrrnato month bcginlug tn first Sunday In June let WOMANS MEETESG METHODIST CntTECII lrarer MeoUnc every Wodneadayoirninr lorelp JllasLnarr lat Vodnjaday In the month In month JnTtnll Tor JItlonarr lat Thnradaj Nona Mlaalonary 2nd Wrdneaday ta the wrath lh I the Month LadlW AW Society Wednwlaj Xadlea of all denominations will Bad a cordial welcome at then mectlnga ADVERTISING 11AT2SS Ono Inou one year JOOO Two inches ouo year Jo Tlirte inches one year > J J Four inches one year 3000 t column one year W00 One coulmn one year 1 ° Transient Advertisements SI per inch for first insertion and 60 cents for each anbsenueit insertion Local Notices 10 cent...

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

SAN SABA Fire Insurance Agency INSURES Against Loss by Fire NDlidstoneAgent Office in Ward Murrays Bank The Unemployed A writer in a St Louis paper contrib stes a series of articles under lb above santioD ehowiug the causes irbicM have lea to some of the ovils of the present day Tbeeo articles will Tic reproduced in tbese columns believing that a reading of them will be beneficial to our people Preserve the papers containing them that you may reread when the articles have all appeared They are masterly arguments fiom a nonpartisanbnt purely indepen- dent view of the subject We bope our readers will enjoy tbese articles as wo have Ed Ban Saba News NUMBEB TWO In the further consideration of this subject it will be well to in ccradi rance deficy jtfixj i bya fhan there iscon idlo others are orking pn short time and what th ey regard as low pay Many factories are silent furnaces aro either not working or yielding no profit Strikes on the part of workmen or lock outs on the part of emplo...

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

R There is still a State bounty In Ver- mont of fiftv cents forevery dead fox Whenever the German Kaiser appears in public the loyalty of the Berliner takes very demonstrative expression A school of forestry has been opened it Akhaltzi k in the Caucasian provinces to instruct officials charged with check ingthe destruction of ltussian forests A colored National Convention to bo held in Washington City is talked of The New YcrkiV > thinks it will mark a newcra of prosperity for the colored men of tho South Wrecks on the coast in higher lati- tudes ships < iri ing before howling gales and westernbound steamers battling against immense air pressures to keep on their course to their American ports is tho marine history of today The Stale Lawuf Louisiana stopped all fruit selling in the streets of New Or- leans Five or six doctors certified that the bananas handled over by tho lazaroni weremedicine and the Mayor has taken itjUpjjnJhimself to annul the law tho Mohawks 0 for an India...

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

i J 1 > HEY DR TALMAGE the unooKkTX nnixrrs DAV SERSIOV SUN Eubject Barnllfco Birthplaces Text Ye shall find Uie babe urappei In twaddling tiothet lying in a manger And rujdentv there teat tctth the angel a multitude of the hearenly Aotf Luke ii At midnight from one of the galleries cf tbe ty a diant broke To an ordinary ob- server there was no reason for such a celestial demonstration A pour man and wife travelere Joseph ana Mary by name had lodged in an outhouse of an unimportant Til- lage Tba supreme hour of solemnity had passed and upon the pallid forehead and cheofc of Mary God had set the dignity the crandeur the tenderness the everlasting and airlne significance of motherhood Bet sach scenes had often occurred in Bethlehem yet never before bad a star been enfixed or had a baton of light marshaled over the hills a vnnged orchestra If there tad been such brilliant nnd mighty recogni tion at an advent in the bouse of I > haraoht or at an advent in the boose of Csesar or th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 March 1889

mt fan ata u JEVEaNOStEDITOR PROPRIETOR OCAL AFFAIRS rn uEcn DIBKOTORY riirtUSMd > Io d Monti Herlt Palmer MCTnOBIST ScrTiM every Snndaj > l M 3 > l e T f ntamlt alitor ATnOUCFaUwr V M Ub will f iurt j l ar Id we alternate iMaili lx > l U < > a tsaoa TiiijcMr vrouurs MEBnxoJSETHODisxcnnitcn llmTtrllrHins very We ay l rnafir r HitilCW Td rii h 3S AM Srtf 401 W4 t ta L 4j f U < lMiMiili > UoM will sua rorulsl sreloone St tb nnftlags ABVKirnSING HATES One inch one year S WM Two inches one year 18UU Three inched one year FonrineSee one year > icolamn one year oouo One eonlmn one year ° TsAXEiesT ADTEimsEJiESTS 1 ver Inch for lint iLseitlon and 50 cenU for each snlMcqnut insertion < i i w m niialine each in Lbe inscr ffico Lmatorial ngjgfeea uze your CQTHuy J ai a JobTmntino must bo paid for on delivery nnd transient adver- tisements in advance The State Immigration Commit- tee request thnt every subscriber in the state and any other Texan receiving this pap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 March 1889

V Tlie Unemployed A writer in s fit Louis paper contrib- ute a series of article under tl abore caption showing the causes whi hTe lea to sonio of the evils of the prases day These articles will be reproduced these columns believing that a readies0r em will be beneficial to our people 1 reserve the papers containing theni that you may reread when the article have all appeared They are masterly arguments Irani a soapartuaa hnt purely indepen dent Tier of the enbjeet We hope onr jreaden will enjoy these articles as we iare ED Sas Saba News KTJMBEB THBEE If there be a healthful state of society Ihe wages of labor will in crease or diminish correspondingly with the increase or diminution of the octmtiesprosperity and trealth of the society If these latter KmirMHJi wages must neceeearily diminish because they open the va for and form the basis on Kicb labor must rest On the other hand every principle of jos- tles and of Bound political econo- my requires that wages should in zreae as the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 March 1889

f J f0 There are over SCO maids and widow In New York City whose fortunes range xrom f 100000 to 15000000 Rev H C Du Bose says if wo could put a thousand missionaries into Japan immediately we should seo a nation born in a day The cooperative movement known as the Colored Farmers Alliance appears to be growing It has begun the publica- tion of an official organ at Oxford N C called the Alliance Adsvcate The discovery has just been made that Daniel Boone was once a member of the Virginia Legislature His many biog- raphers never suspected it and it was reserved for a newspaper man to bring it to light In the large cities the custom is grow- ing ot telling fruit by auction Tons of cringes lemons and grapes are sold daily io > ew York city to the highest bidder arid in a limited way the fame custom prevails inTJoston The Florida orange sftippers arc the latest converts to the suction idea A Kentuckian who has 00 hickory nut trees And about 300 walnut and butternut trees says that his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 March 1889

3 REV DR TALMAGE TUEUnoOKljYN DIVINES SUN- DAY SEIIMOV Subject Does Kcllclon rajV Teh OodUnets is profitable unto all tktnpt hatiue promise of the life that now is andefUMtakkli it to come L Timothy A bappj Ifew Tear to one and all 1 Tbtro u a gloomy and passive tray of naltlus for the emits of the opening year to coma upon us and there is a heroic way of cofng out to meet them strong m God and fearing nothing When the body of CatUme was found on the battlefield it was found far in adranoe of H bis troops and amouir tlw enemy and the l 6t way is not for us to he dotra and let the events of life trample orer us but to go forth in a Chruban spirit de- termined so conquer The papers were made oot and some of you have just entered into bonnets partner thips and others of tou take higher positions fa the commercial establishment where you were engaged end others have entered upon new enterprise and there were last week in these cities ten thousand business changes You are expecting prosp...

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