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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

Lo't'oU lto 98 SIXTEEN PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IB THK GKUATBKT BKNKFIT TO THE FARMER AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1898. NO. 27. 2758. A. S. Hall vt, Win. Lao- dolt, debt; judgment by default for plaintiff. 2763. France Blaha va. Paul Blaha, divorce; granted defend- ant on hia cross bill; cuatody of children granted to plaintiff; all property except two heifers awarded to defendant. 27< 5. F. A. King va. S. B. Hluett, foreclosure of vendor's lien; dismissed by plaintiff and ________ costs paid. 2774. Treasurer of Burleson county va. O. J. Blackman, suit on notes; judgment by default and foreclosure of vendor's lien granted. 2778. J. D. Stokes va. W. J. Mulky, foreclosure of vendor's Judge Sinks' court was in sos-¡lien notes; dismissed on motion nion all this week —grinding < n the civil docket The following DISTRICT COURT. Owr JtMtk* MM to iiln«M TMa Waafc, but Vary Mr. Wv • few i ti. of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

T-* ' i Educational Notes. xxxx BY PROF. C. JAMES. John Outtenberg little realized, -when be tirst discovered the art q| printing1, what a powerful in- ftpence it would wield a pop the ijjprld. The prffki* is t>ur grtat- medium of education. Have f^u ever thought how mtich a mi live editor should know, and «J at hi paper contain ? He should be able to (five Webster point on prthography; excel Hack stone in law < if he keeps out of a libel suit In Texas ; be a the- alógica 1 student: an expert on tofcseball and football: an adept <|B racing- and fast horses, and at t£c same time he should know tftien, where and bow oftea all t e prayer meetings, churches, Sunday schools and different re- ligious aid societies, etc., meet, the newspaper, with it births *d deaths, marriages and di- Iftrces. advertisements of cpale quit and «Old Kentucky, no- tices of church and prayer meet- ijkgs, comic pictures and sublime jpems. investigations of science 4ld discoveries anent the won- <&a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. The scriptures distinctly re- «I u i re of the people of God that thc v forsake not the assembling of themselves together. How often is the precept violated! What multitudes of people, pro- fessing to be the children of God, wh<> rarely darken the iloor of a place of worship! So little has ihi> Bible doctrine been empha- ni/oil that many have ceased to 4. It is plainly, unquestionably a duty. It is never a question of convenience. It ought to be a pleasure; but if it is not, then it ought to be done in humble devo- tion to duty. Done in this spirit, it will soon become a pleasure. XXX Don't get mad and pout. XXX rMM THE CAST TtXAS ROVER. Livmorro*. Te*a«, Nov. 13. Editors Nkws-Cmnowici.k: To those who may be concern- ed about my absence for the last two weeks I will say that it was all caused by the ubiquitous fact that talk, without something to talk about, often becomes not only tiresome, but exasperating, to those who listen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

NEWS-CHRONICLE. (•red Id the Calével I pmtolet aa aoe- ui matter. ImumI Every Friday Mornln*. ADvsnTitma RATI . idi one insertion twenty Mod two in-ertton tlilrljr-ive ccnW ; unw month atxty cent par Inch. _ rata* aeren a ad one-half coata par •rat Inner Hon and lire cent per line anbaaquent lintoetlou. arle , card* of thanka and notice of ■Inmenu clrun for rellctana. «tata- or charitable parpoaea at half raga- notice* of all kind* 11.00 per hundred flrat insertion and SO cent per ban* word each uliaequeut Inaertlon. lively no redar low will b above rute . Nawa-Caaoairi.a dealrea a corrca- t at every po n>fBce In the county, exchange will furntah the paper, ata- and pontage free. Will be pleaaed U) id wltb any one on tbe aubject. COMPLETE ELECTION RETURNS. CAN'IUPATK*. K a' sr I:?i (: j «! X- 5 s ?S'! 5lS* I S 11 •i a Si z 3 5* y 7: T n „ |T • g *"S1 — r s*Mr 3 • P! *! • #* ! u i ©§• •* 2 .2 s "> •* *• t •*, V • a i «- ■ • ¡ i | • a* f t i s 1 < •■i < J 3 c r < — •UMC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

sum. Lieut. O. R. Brooks of com- pany K, second Ti — a dv« tail of men, tr:. .cited iuio Camp , . w . Cgbell at Dallas on tue Uth e~ TrdfC^y It I NcwiMKf Officc It oorting an expresa wiigon con* tltt ItlMi City. taining nearly $ 128,0)0. Pay 1 maatera Krauae, Wilkie aud Cow- dan paid out to the lilOO men of CAUSED BY A fAKR ARIICiL the aecond Texaa between 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. the uioney taken to the camp. Each mau drew two montha' pay, ratiun and clothing allowance and mileage, amount* ing in the aggregate to from $50 to $90 per man. They were paid off by companiea, and as each soldier received hit stipend lie hdwin S. husley, who * >> de- at once resumed hi* position in feuted foi county Judge of tial- j|,e civilian tanks, Tent* CHv MMnVf IM¡H wIM I PtoUTt IllilllKli Killed a Newspaper lee. ve*ton county iu the recent «lec- tion. went to the Galveston Trib- une office and inquired for the aut hor of a c< rtain article appear- ing iu that pa|>er. Ku-lev's name wax not m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

mi '■y-flaT SIAIC CAPITAL •f Ike Rtiien. adjutant general's depart- ía* received the report* of work done by the different eaptains for the month of na follows: iny Ft Capt. lingers—Ar- i for rape 1, burglary 1, for ll to murder 1, for smug- 1, for theft of cattle 2, convict 1* for minor 13, for tsespassing 1. r of scouts 26, assisted Iff* 15 times, attempted ar- 4, miles traveled ¿325. Company D, Capt. Hughes— areata for theft of cattle 2; for ry 2, for theft 3, for theft from peraon 2, for aggravated as- malt 1, for minor offenses 7, for «nrrying a pistol 1, for smuggling I, number of Mcouts 11, cattle raooveK'd and returned to owners | €, number of miles traveled 548. Company F, Capt. Brooks— Arresta for theft of cattle 5, for ? cutting fences 1, for oarrylng pin- ***, for smuggling 1, for kid- naping 1, for assault to murder 1, lor minor offensea 2, attempted «mats none, number of scouts 10; asaisted a he riffs 0 times, cat- recovered 118 head, miles 850, attended court 3 16 day...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

MBpf Ría,j. b t the magnifying procese Drrirs r Cheík Against UN ©if* Baal; elicited Absolutely nothing. Aeeoaet «ai I Tra|ip««i. I "This is the moat str'Uing'y In the whole of my long and clever forgery that 1 have ev.r eventful experience a a tracker o«niie aerow," I Nuid sfter tt | auw, of eriuiiuals, there in ono failing ¡ "I do not wonder that the hank which law puisided me more than wer.*de o ve I." uuy other thing in connection "Nor I," he made answer, "for with the men whom I hive I teen upon my word 1 myself should fortunate enough to hunt down, have been taken in by so extraor- nod that is the ext eme careless- dinary an im tatiou. And now, uess shown by the clevorest of if there are any dettiils which I scoundrel*. A man will plan out can give you which will be ser- a crime with the utmost suhtilty vicable, pray command mo." and In: canity, providing for well- "First of all," I said slowly, nigh every contingency, and alto- "I ahould liko to ask you where gather show n t ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

;'7> , %;v <> rell News-Chronicle. aw JOINBS. SSitora and Proprlttor*. post* la the Caldwell, T *m, Bl oUaa mitBr. BVBBV FB1PAV MOBNISQ. Fh 1b SxaaHaatlav J'iipcrs. earnest, dcvuttil school p, now happily married. but the companion. counselor and of a number of her old pu- hus 11 cliolcc i'íillectioii of the inicst auMwerK nhe received in exam i lint ion paper*. Here ye few of them: "The stomiicli is the most di- luted portion of I he elementary canal." "Hygiene i nil that you • uii tell about that which in asked." "The doctrine of evolution be- gin with the beginning of life and grew higher and higher uiP.il it •t last regenerated into monkey. This process wan so alow that neither the niotikcv nor the man knew anything about it." "A genu ia a name applied to a particular particle, tin.v subbaet- «rial organiaiu which, when dem- onstrated. causes' disease." "A germ ia a tinv Inaect. some- found in diseases or organs. It ia ao very small that it can only h; seen by a telesco...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

KISHB V; MMHMHMNG TU Every couik makes your throat more raw and Irritable. Every cough contesta the lining membrane of your lungs. Ceasetearlng your throat and lungs in this way. Put the parts at rept and give them a chance to neal. You will need some help 10 do thia, and you will And it in loo gold, jrot ibero oro moojt oovn metals that oro toril tor moro, ¡old la worth |IW por pound, troy *tl|hl. Bortum. the metal which Dnvjr solated front Its oro. boryto. In 1S08, <alta for I960 o pound, whoo It la aold it oil. and calcium la worth 91.1100 a ,>ound. Clrlum la o «hade higher; Ita coat la 9100 on ouace, or H.W0 por pound. Thaaa begin to look llho fabu- lout prlcaa. but they do. not rooch the highest point, chromium boing 9*00. Cobalt fall to about half tho prlco of «livor, while didymlum, the motal lao- ated by Masandsr, la tbe «amo prlca an colclum. Then comaa gallium, which la worth $V¿W an ounce. With thla inetil tho highest price to reached, and It may well be called the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

WW* DETECTIVE. i m •rere hve pjs«.eugirs in all—two oa b«u¡K suat, a middle-used Mid a Quaker on the uiui- autl Ui.votlf ou ilie one iu trout, two ladies might have been and daughter. aunt and niece, and cftarK . or miiiut nave any other rclatlcn li p wnic'i It p.wj.tr for two lad'." to travel er ui.aitended. m.uu.e-aged gentleman wax itly and talkative. He aoou k up an acqua.ntaniT with the i, toward whom, In his *eal to do, rather overdid, the agreeable— and hinilmg and chatting over shoulder in a way paiu.ully sua- ve, at his time of Ufe, of a "cnc.¿ neck. He was evidently a gay rlo. The Quaker wore the uniform of his Met, and confined his speech, as many • parliamentarian would nave hie cred- it by doing, to simple "yeas" and "■aya." As for myuelf, I make It an lavarla ble rule of the road to be mere- ly a looker-on and liatener. Toward evening I was aroused from oae of those reveries Into which a young man, without being either a poat or a lover, will sometimes fall, by the abr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

;.í, X I ff .-"jílv'í ¥,J wmss§ §4.- SCIBNTI] CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOV- ERY AND INVENTION. Hw Um Character May Me T«*J l r u af llw Kjratoruw* A l'Mtel lUMirlc U«f (ar KaitiMn VkM|ta| Mm|m af MerMe a# l'raiaw OkM|l*| Mkap* «f M «ral* ajr 'frcaaur* lt souuda like • (airy story tu majv¡ the statement that tbe shape of mar ble way be changed by pressure, bul this ban been doue by acisntlsts wun marked success. The marine le plac- ed in a wrought Iron tube, the end" are cloned with steel plugs that exact- ly fit tbe tube, theu pressure la ap- plied which wuuld be sufficient to re- ducá the marble to powder were it not for tbe protection of the tubing. The reault of thia Is a considerable altera tlon In the abape of the marble. 1 be tubea up read or atretch and cunea of perfect regularity ami beauty are formed. The tubing roost be cut off after tbe ahape la secured, aa on ac- count of the pressure It becomes ao firmly attached to the marble tbat it la Impossible u> remove It by any oth...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

#«s Nt -t. A-, AS©H Se, ' v T . TkiakiflvlU- What tin* the latest flower bath bloomed. The lateat bird bath southward flown; Whaa silence weaves o'er garnered aheaves Sweet idyls of our northern tone; When scattered cnildren re^t besWe The hearth, and hold the mother's hand. Then rolte Thanksgiving's ample tide Of fervent praise across the land. And though the autumn stillness broods Wbere spring was glad with song and stir. Though summer's grace leaves little trace On fields that smiled at sight of her, Still glows the sunset's altar fire With crimson flame and heart of told. And faith uplifts, with strong desire And deep content, the hymns of old. We bless oar God for wondrous wealth, Through the bright benignant year, for shower aad rata, far ripened grain; For gift and goerdon, far and near. We bless the ceaaeleas Providence That watched us through the peace* ful days, That led us home, or brought us hence, And kept os In our various ways. And If me hand so much that gave Hath s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

Grand Clearing Salel ^ v v v y y y ^v Hi will positively sell at Gosi to January I. Twenty-two Thousand Dollars worth of Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots and Shoes, Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. We will make a change in our business on January 1st. For this sale every- thing is marked in plain figures with red ink. Call early before the assortment bccomes broken. ■JR jTi jji jJV jTft ij% jTI TfT 1JT Tf TJ* •JJ IJi "I* h|erbst & Windhausen PEOPLE YOU KNOW. | Rev. Lee Si arborough,« f t fini- eron, was in town la**t Tuesday. Kd Jersig wan in the city from (.'ameron last Friday aftercvuon. Ben R«>gcrs. of Rogerv Ar Herbst, ..f ltu.nh.iin, was in the citv a few hours last Tuesdat. \V. W. Searcy, of Searcy A 1 r.un tt. of Hrenham. was in tow 11 this week attending district court. Miss Me 11 Jenkins returned thip week from a several «lavs' vt^it with her sister, Mrs. Harnett, at Brenham. Dm tors (Miver and Matthew** left Tuesday for Rockdale to at- tend the Brazos Vallev Medical A...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

' •' •; r? Minn ti THE CROP OF THE SLAVE. •y B.G. SlNim UTwMF««nM4RMfk. . Q«e of the most potent factors for evil in Texas is tfce credit svstem. It five uncertainty tol few reaJ •st lure of ail Jbuftiness, a irá wakes the most conpervativf plans iná calcula*? tfoqjm menglyfl¡ftin¿ and dclnlíve i mures of fancy. It sweeps away in tjungle season the accumula- tioqi of years of toil and self* sacrifice without any fault on the part of the loser save devotion to bis business. It adds largely to the maintenance coat of the farmer without ¡oereaniog the profit of the merchant. The bankruptcy court which b$ve just begun operations are holding inquests on many a Texas estate thq,t twenty years ago gave prom- ise of growth to fortune. In moat cases the unfortunate one wil^estify that the credit system brought him to grief. His ledger shows an abundance of assets, but they are not convertible into The tenant borrows from the landlord; the landlord from the merchant; the merchant from the ban...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

A POOR UNFORTUNATE. T JK- mamma. Vou Jmt tee what he*«y«. nfVrr bci# able to ¿ount above eight. .... <t«d bit muk .... iuhD- "'j 1* «• But the l«t rolliB* not from th. ura«, I ;2.' *'ght for htr! tower echoed and di«d «way inmellow-i "b°.heir,, * «•otl,cr •«>*■■>« i in' c rr «d ih* l ou «wh«rlW UvtiHwajrtd •• trttllllph. ¿ <i| the Ijflhy lip*: I Th*n arih iu«kn «km. ttlsn. IMt wua It wa# mch • fllDÉV Ifftle appeal J'Wihffll * «rúo..* «h. Und ih.4 U>. houM Mid 0 promptly I.Cttft! «itf decided ¡ «frj,Í! v jf% A i t*«t4)WnoHíof, intuid olkmgover-, ««ra Hoin' to WArJhy-rt rot.«*. ' whelmed with hame. wat delighted. J'm Hoiii'—w ' "W.iitltal John who wa talking! Anj tj,«i yyn* all. Por John What «o \oti; «he inquired. n0^ answer ever again.—Chicago yos—r.n he aid: 'All wight for Uailj Hecord. *M i d ont ab* tí. cvUKtor; h com# 'roun' Jb' «I 'a*4 r"J>D •** ftr ,h* ho1* 10 ,h* cri/Ui'l • :h* cltj ma# h«l-h* rom Ib view >(iM he wanitd hi* iiufi tat, loo! An An nid h w«r...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 November 1898

16 TWELVE YEARS OF SUCCESS! p *- Our twelve years of success is proof enough that we do business right. Our yearly gains in sales make it doubly sure and never losing a customer after they once get a taste of our prices and methods, make it triply sure. There is a big effort being made by our neighboring towns to pull the trade that legitimately belongs to Caldwell, but their efforts are in vain. Too many have tried it but to be disappointed. Their "Cheap John" F(iff F^aff Goods Catch Only the "Suckers. 99 Xone of these towns have better stocks of goods, no more polite clerks, no better store service, nor any lower prices than wc have. Note a few of our prices below and compare them with "Mr. Anybody's." STAPLES. Harmony and Lodi «heating, prints, 2> e. El Dorado drew style*, print , 2Hc. Fall standard dfess style ,oil reds, indigo blues, Simp- sons and Amaricani, silver greys and blacks and whites, 4c. Bronson C, yard-wide domestic. 2,4c. Monticeilo UL Yard-wide Sea Island domes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 November 1898

SIXTEEN PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. or* AIM IS THE GKEATKST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. V('L. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1898. NO. 28. mm ■ K' &■'lm PROM OUR RURAL STAFF. LYONS. Lvons, Text . November 2* gi.ituK Ni:w -CiihonICi.k: YELLOW MUNtll. Chmiimman. Te*« . N v. 21. EniTUMN N kwh-Chvon ic i.) Clear, cool weather and plenty of ice this morning. (Juitc a number of «> ir young people attended an entertainment in Sand (Jrove community one night last week, and report an en- A number of the neighbors met Saturday and gathered Mr. Lit- tle'* corn. It will be remembered , that Mr. Little had the misfortune j joyable time. owing to tie >a< \\«at vi .mi ^ ^ one of his arms broken a I Mrs. MamieJohnston is visiting the scarcity o news, wi m not j-ow weej<s a^.0t an(j a« a conne-1 relatives in Caldwell this week, appiin the last issue. Maine in Brenham last week. Several others intended going, I)tit wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 November 1898

Br Btf "*■; ■M ... The Holidays are Fast Approaching... i ► e of Silverware, which will be here in a tew uavs, win contain jnsi uk- mm# >« « wam, n i v* a h., ... . v ,, There " no use trying to tell you of tb<* tovs 1 will have, some of them are on my counters now. and you must see them to properly ap- •cíate them. When you need anything in my line, remember 1 am the leader in new and up-to-date g#ods. The Jeweler. CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE.. nmr * jourea. editor and avpvMn*. Catered In the Caldwell posUriflci) an nee ««4-cIim* mat ter. Imu«4 Every Friday M«>mln«. THE H . I A' A7 I FM /:. Not many people reali/.e that we are supporting* an extraordi- narily heavy war tax at present. The banks and «1 rug stores are the places where it is seen and noticed most. Caldwell has paid, since July 1, about $500 in internal revenue, divided about as follows: Post- office, S25.32; drug1 stores, $70; railroad, express and telegraph, about $30, and the balance (about $375) at the bank. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 November 1898

t > The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. I .iikjtniftMttAlUKMAMIlQAIIURIMIOOAAIMUIIIIIIIMIlilllilllAil&CUMIAAAAr M'1 ••• WW '-MrMrM' MT vm." Mf'MP MS'Wr ■.■**.■ •WTTTWTTUU? ¡VP The puniahmcnt of the wicked 1 . prepared; Cod himself holds the chalice. The wicked shall be dragged to the table of his justice .mtl made to drink their due de- serts. It shull be foaming malice met with foaming vengeance. SNtrgcou. «€«<* Flattery has ever been a favor- ito weapon with the enemies of g.xid men. They can curse bit- terly enough when it serves their ignation to the will of Cod. „rn-meanwhile, since it answers ! a" as l,nto Cod, witl Kvery day deny yourself some satisfaction, bearing all the incon- veniences of life for the love of God- cold, hunger, restless nights, ill health, unwelcome news, the faults of servants, con- tempt, ingratitude of friends, malice of enemies, calumnies, your own failings, lownesa of spirits, the struggle in overcom- ing your corruptions -bearing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 November 1898

M;. NEWS-CHRONICLE. f é MIHt*. Cditort and i In the Caldwell pottoffle* ec •00-cl matter. x The wedding bell have been ringing: 'again anil tbU time the town will be the gainer instead of loner a we were last week. Wednesday night at x o'clock . Ht the residence of' the brideV iMaod Evury FriUnv Mornin*. mother, three tniloH from town, Charles Oriesenbeck and Mta>* well, Tex.. Kriday. November 25. j Mumie Struwe were united in marriage by He v. Jeff 1).' Kay. The attendants were Walter Jer- *ig and Miss Rot a Struwe and (.71/: f S A A /•' H' i>.V/i. The Houston Po i Hutr^eot aouniiti- j Ned Alexander and Miss Lydia tutioiial c invention' t«> make some . Mashek. needed change* in a constitution, Ouite a large party of friends wtrich it think i* full of blowhole*. from town attended the wedding , .. /: vprc: and Raises of the hospitality of canght unless it was ol incrndi- i he Struwe home are on every- i,rv or,M',n* ''u'_ buildiny was " eluding 200 bushels of corn gath-1 ere...

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