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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 12 July 1889

= i fyhe fan aim IJtav JEVERNOREDITOR PROPRIETOR CIIUBOU PinhCTORT fHESWTEIUAK Sorolaj Pehool everv Snusrmornirg at half past o clock BAPTIST Sunday Scbool every Snu T y inoruini at half pat 9 oclock EPISCOPAL Sunday Scliool at tlic Presbyterian church every Snnday morn- ing at half pant nine oclock METHODIST Services ovcry Snoda > taoraSs and evening T F Dimniitt IastoASinday School eiery Sunday r inorninjrat half past 0 oclock CATHOLIC Father McMaki duct services at tlie residence of Mr Ed Campbell tie first Sunday in caeli alter- nate month U Kboini > fin Snndiy in Jnne lS WOMANS JIEFTIXO METHODIST CHraill Prayer Sleeting every Wednesday e cu- ing Foreign Missionary let Wednesday in the mouth Juvenile Foreign Missionary 1st riium lay in tlie mouth Home Missionary 2nd Wulnenla in the month Ladles Aisi Societj Itli YVeducsdaj m ihe month readies of all denominations will find a cordial welcome at these meetings JLUTEBTISIKG hates One inch ouejear 1010 Two inches one year 18 0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 19 July 1889

Ward Murray BANKERS Exchange Dealers SAK SABA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS SJL 6 n on t S a > r Y A XsLHuMfci0 GdjMton TW4 > ill l > k6 1Mb 4rutaT Sew Orleans Hani A < jUn Collections made anywhere Uomance or hbtorj BT OYKSSOR SOtR I Cla 1658 Major Van Doru with the 2nd cavalry U S troops one company of infantry to guard his sapplies and 135 friendly Indians nndar my command made a suc- cessful campaign ogaint the Co inancbes and by a series of well flirscted Wowb restrained their revenge apftn Hie people for a- long tiaa Bat in 1850CO the condition of the ooantry again was truly deplorable The people were obliged to stand in a posture of defence and were continually m alarm aed hazard of their lives sever daring to niir abroad un armedfor a lxxbtoooaiBgeo qaiek glited and aeeBS omed to perpetual svatebfulneee bovered oa the outelarts and spriuging froei behind bush or rock surpris- ed hie eneay before he was aware of his danger and sent the tidings Mt deserts While under these ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 19 July 1889

The I radon Taut Is now known u the Thunderbolt Forger The I luted Slates Supreme Court has decided teat beans are not seeds t A awvement is on foot in Nicaruaga to tever Ui relations between Church and State Judge Brown in the United States Court at Detruit has decided that the de rice Patent Applied For no protec- tion to an inventor It nil require about 12000 men to man tin ui n American Navy It would prove uptcniling to know how many of the nmuix r n ill be native Americans Tbi number of stars in the United States flag or all branches of the service b thirtyeight and the number will not be changed until the Fourth of July 1890 ExMa ur Weaver of Pittsburg Penn Mrs their is no longer any land in that city available for manufacturing sites The lowest price for land suitable for Eucb uses is at least 18000 an acre and that is more than manufacturers care to FJ AlthuughlhirtllmalffJil UlUTTuUsUU tlcment on the delta of the Niger is so unheal tli v that the average life of the English...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 19 July 1889

ospierfaa of many bead oat thatjiois 1 KEY M TALMAGE r BKOOliXN DIVINES DAY SERMON owing you novo will STJN Subject Other Days Mred Over Tcx Ifiou sAatt remember alt the jcay which Vie Lord thy God led thte 1 Deuteronomy viiL 2 Before altering ou my mbject I wish otay that earns newspaper correejicndenU rrfemne to u recent sermon in vriiicu I vrel Mined Joreim nationality to this country ire eald that I advocated as a dtralilo tbe intermarriage of the white end races I never said so I never thought and any one who so misrepresents that aon is cither a villain or afoot perhaps Ah AhBut But to open Uu mornings subject I have i say God in the textadvises the people to look back uich thenpast history ftmil do- ns all good to rehearso the scenes kcttreenthis HayrKorninfi and our cradle whether it was roasted in country or in town A few days igo with my date and brother I visited the placo of my boyhood It was one of the most emotional and absorbing days of my life There stands the old ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 19 July 1889

mt fan nba JEVEBNOREDITOR 4 PROPRIETOR CIIUBCU MREOTOIIY CRESmTERIAK Sunday School every Sruida mornicg at half past 9 oclock TlArilT Sunday School every Sun- day moinint at half past 9 oclock EPISCOPAL Sunday School at the Prcsbvterian church cxery Sunday morn- ing at half past caa oclock JlETJIODlST Services every Sunday raaJS and eveninp T V Diinniitt Y or Sunday School every Sunday suiornmgatlialf past 9 oclock CATIIOLIC Father McMahon will con- duct services at the residence of Mr Ed Campbell the first Sunday in each alter mte month beginning the first Sunday in Ji 18SG WO SNs MEETIXU METHODIST CIIUBCII PiOir Meeting every Wodncsday e en ing loreign Missionary 1st Wednesday in the month Juvenile Foreign Missionary 1st Thurs- day In the month Home Missionary 2nd Wednesday in tlio month Ladies Aid Society 4th Wednesday in the mouth Ladies of all denominations vail End a eoidial welcome at these meeting ADVERTISING SATES One inch one year 1000 Two inches one year 1800 Three inches...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 26 July 1889

f Ward Murray BANKERS Exchange Dealers SAN SABA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS filt Swenwn 4 Bom Ktw Ycrk Ball HnteMna Co G alTOaton Tkirt National Bank St Ionia WWUieT JfalioealBaak Kew Orleara BUU KaUoaal Bank Anrtin Collections made nnywhoro Talae or the Local Papen It is a singular but nn ue1on nble fact tbat eTen the most aaga cions and public spirited of the businessmen in most communi- ties do not seem adequately to ap- preciate the nine of the local newspaper as an agency of adver tising of the city or town in which it is published There are to be found in every town a very consid erable portion of business men i whcJare ready to give their time and labor to the organization and and maintenance of boards of trade or any other movement for the attraction of outside enter prise andcapital and whom it is money for the promising enterprises Hut never iholess contribute little or nothing to a mean6 of greater importance nd efficiency in the building up of their town the support and improve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 26 July 1889

f NewYorkand Oregon have wheeled into lino as Arbor Bay States f The militia of the United States is re- ported to be in a flourishing condition The nations of Europe are taxing the people into poverty to build war vessels ttid pay armies and navies Brazil is a country where American fugitives would be as secure from arrest as they have hitherto been in Canada Never in the history of the United States has there been such a scramble for farms aswas witnessed at Oklahoma The Boston Herald humorously remarks that the defeat of Prohibition in Con- necticut looks like a care of Fro and Conn It is estimated that Americans will spend 40000000 in Europe this season of which probably 2000000 will gofor i i Boulanger is In danger of being forced to come to the United States The English Government has warned him not to be perniciously active in London or he may be expelled Population is so scattered inNew South Wales that in one case in a recent elec- tion where there was an omission to open p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 26 July 1889

MY M TALMAGE < ntC BKOOIdiTN DIVINES SUN- DAY SERMON Saltfcct A Poisoned Dinner Teh So they pwxei out for the men to eat And it tamt la pass as they vert idling of t7i pottage thai they cried Hut And taidt 0 ViOU man of God Mitre is death the not And tliq could not eat thereof II Kings iv 40 Ebsha had Rono down to lecture to the stn denteinthe theological seminary at GiIgaL He found the student very hungryu J dents are opt to bo It Is very seldjmtha world makes largo provision tor thosi ttdo rive thenselvcs to Intellectual toll lit order that those students niay fee prepared to hear what aisha says ho first feeds their lunger HokcewTery well It Is useless totalkjtd preach to lecture with htingry ifleti Bo ElUha rocogniiinir this common sense I > rinaplo which every Clmstlao ought to re- cognize sends servants out to get food for these hungry students They pick up eoms Kood healthful herbs but they happen to pick up also some coloquffitlda a Utter poi fonou deathful herb They b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 26 July 1889

18bt fun jLtalro sfljw J EVERNOR EDITOR PROPRIETOR CHUItOIl MKEOTOET PBESgyTERIAN Snnday Scliool every b Sundsuiiiornicg at half past 9 oclock s jgiriiTST Sunday Scliool every Snn y morning at half pasta oclock EPISCOPAL Snnday School at the xTesbyterian church every Sunday worn ii > C at half past nino oclock StETHOD 1ST Services every Sunday mofjng and evening T I Dimniitt Past Sonday School every Sunday moral at half past 9 oclock CATHOLIC Father McMahon will con duet services at tho residence of Mr Ed Campbell the first Sunday in each alter- nate month beginning the first Sundny iu June 1836 WOMANS SinETIXO METHODIST CIICBCII Prayer Meeting ever Wednesday even- ing Foreign Missionary 1st Wednesday in the month Juvenile Foreign Missionary 1st Thurs- day In the mouth Homo Missionary 2nd Wednesday in thtTtssainr ladiesAid Society 4th Wednesday in the month Ladies of all denominations will find a cordial welcome at these meetings ADVERTISING HATES One inch one year 1000 Two inche...

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

Ward Murray BANKERS AA II Exchange Dealers SAtf SABA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS SMSvcn ra Sons New York Ball UntchiHS AO Ualveaton Third National Bank St Loula Whitney National Bank New Orleana State National Bank Aualin Collections mado anywhere Clrcnlar tetter Department of Education Austin Texas July 15 d9 To Countv Jndra Canity Saperintenilenta anil rnbllo School Trustcca and Teachera Tho average school term during the scholastic year 18889 has been the longest attained in Texas although the State apportionment for the year was the lowest since 18823 This signal improvement is due to tho growth of selfhelp in large areas of the State leading the pea pie to vote local taxes in school districts and to supplement by close collection of the funds duo from overs and unders and by private snbscription the State and Conat fundsy vyier < i the levy ° f local Kus HasnoF been possible as in school communities But by an act of the Twentyfirst Legisla ture provision was made for form ing taxin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 2 August 1889

S if Emigration to America is heavier now flian for years It u said tint diphtheria is the dead- liest enemy of the human race Missouri has just granted school suf- frage to women being the sixteenth State to do so Secretary Blaine has assured the Span- ish Government that this country has no desire to purchase Cuba Immigration is turning fronthe West to the South and fortunes are being made in the South rapidly out of min- erals Great Britain according to Professor Thorold Rogers has 12000000000 in- vested ia other countries with an average return of 4 per cent The Chicago Xeus announces tlt the eleventh census under the management of Mr K P Porter will pay consideni ble attention to statistics on divorce The whipping of criminals is again proposed in the English Parliament Fifty strokes for an adult offender and twentyfive for a boy is the limit though a sentence may provide for several whh > pings Sir Charles Russells allusion to Amel- ia in his great speech before the Pat ctl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 2 August 1889

d A ST TITUS DAUCE a koteij coke ron this ronai or TARAIiYSIS I Patient Made to Gnzc FIxedlj at 3IortnK Mirrors Ho Is I Hypnotized and Com fi jpletely Cared An Interesting communication has been Hos made by a physician of tha Chante fniH Doctor Lujs to the Medical So- ciety of the Pans Hospitals on the par ticular form of paralysis known as St Vituss Dance Doctor Luys saidt I present lo tho Society a patient fortyfour jkot of age who for four years was subject toparalysio agitante until it eeturretl to me to try on him rays of rotating mirrors or tho springes uswi for luring larlts The experiment svas not only absolutely harmless but it ras authoriied by the fact that all treat- ment employed until then by a number of my tolleagues in the hospitals had failedWhen When I first saw the patient Jan- uary S 18S9 his morbid condition had nil the most typical characteristics of pa raljsieajrilanto St Vituss Dance Be- sides the characteristic trembling of the liandp there was a general qui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 2 August 1889

1 ht fan gaim gjtawj JEVERNOR EDITOR 4 PROPRIETOR CIIVRCH DIRECTORY PEESJ11TEEUK Sunday School every Eqr mornirg at half past 9 oclocV TIT Sanday School every Sun- day uiorumc at ball pastil oclock EPISCOPAL Sunday Seliool at tlie resbytenan ehnreb e ery Sunday inorn g at lialf past nine oclock lETHODIST Services every Sunday u ling and evening T F Dimmitt Pa r Souday School every Sunday ° nhoj at half past 9 oclock CATHOLIC Father Mcllahon will con- duct Mmws at tlio residence of Mr Ed Campbell the first Sunday In each alter- nate uionih beinning the first Sunday in Jane lSrb WoXAlt N MEiTISi METHODIST CI11TICU Prayer Meeting every Wodnesday e cn hig foreign Missionary 1st Wednesday jn the month Jmenile Foreign Missionary 1st Thurs- day in the month Home Missionary 2nd Wednesday in the month Ladies Aid Society 4th Wednesday in the month Ladies of ail denominations will find a cordial welcome at these meetings AVTERTISim HATES One inch one year 1000 Tiro indiesone year 1800 Three in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 9 August 1889

Ward Murray BANKERS ASB Exchange Dealers SAN SABA Most Go to School J TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS S L fixeaon Sons Jfew York jlil Iictchtas i Co Galveaton TMnKatioiialEanlcSt Louia Whitney National Sank ISeyr Orleans Slate Xational Buik Atutin Colleotiona made anywhere Pboyisioss of Ohios New Com tdlsory Education Lav Tho compalsory education act recently passed by the Ohio legis- lature is interesting reading Of all the compulsory education acts passed in this country the Ohio act is the0 most stringent in its provisions and it affects nearly eTcry household in the state Summarized itsiequirements are asiollows All parents and others having charge of children shall seo that iy are instructed in spelling ding writing English gram r geography and arithmetic In JJt and fourteen years must at d public or private school twen reeks in tho year ten of which ks shall be consecutive No ciuid must be excused from this except for physical or montal in- capacity or on a proof that he is taught at hom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 9 August 1889

1 There Is not a State Constitutionthat Remains as it was 100 years ago 1 Missouri has adopted the Australian ballot too This is the sixth State in the procession The New York Sun notes a new word Salesmanship which it says must now take its place with statesmanship seaman- ship And penmanship One hundred and twentyfive tons of powder which the French Government stored away in magazines five years ago has Teen found to have lost thirtythree per cent of its explosive force A Quebec Canada paper says that the volume of emigrationfrom that province to the United States this year will reach over 100000 and it wants to know if something cant be done to affect it The only way says a disgruntled journal to compel the countries which reject American pork to treat the Ameri- can hog with more respect is to prohibit the importation of some of their articles of commerce into the United States The Turkish Government is building a special palace for Emperor William of Germany when he visits Cons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 9 August 1889

j I il RET DB TAMAGE Tim BROOKLYN DITESTTS DAY SERMON Suttfcct Om Need of Cleansing Text If I wash mysj with mew tcater and slioutd 1 clxnse tny hands in alkalu yet shatt thou plunge me in IhidilcK und mine own clothe shall atrhor BK Job ix 80 ai AUiert Bf10s honored be his name on earth > nd7n heaven wentstrsigbt back to tho orijinal writing ol my textj and translated it rs I have now quoted it giving sabstantial reasons for sn doiag ilthotagS w 9 better tho andents had An Idw that in snow waWrthcreiT3s r tittl power to cleanse and that garment trashed and nasedin it wottM bo Bs clean as clean could ba but It th plain snow water failed to de Iti Work then they would tsie lj Of alkali and mixed it wilh oil and under that preparation thoy felt that the last impurity would certainly be gone Job in my tort in most forceful ri ure rat forth the idea that tli Bis attempt to make huasell pnrp before Ood were a dead faHim and inat unless vro axeablnted l > y SOttieUunz better than ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 9 August 1889

JJV h n jaim Stows J EVERNOR EDITOR PROPRIETOR aUUBOll DJREOTOItr BESBYTERU2I Snnday School every Sw y moniieg at half past 9 oclock JOmiTIST Suuday School every Eun jiiy moraine at half pasty oclock b EPISCOPAL Sonaay School at the Presbyterian church every Sunday lnorn ngat half past nino oclock SlETHODIST Services every Sunday Dircning and evening T F Diuiniitt P J > r Sunday School every Sunday moNg at half past 9 oclock CVlHOLIC Father McMahon will con- duct services at the residence of Mr Ed Campbell the first Sundaj in each alter- nate month beginning the first Sunday in June 1850 womans heetc > o metiiodist ciicecii Prayer Meeting every Wednesday even- ing Foreign Missionary 1st Wednesday iu the month Juvenile Foreign Missionary 1st Thurs- day in the month Hone Missionary 2nd Wednesday in the month Ladies Aid Society 4th Wednesday in the month Ladies of all denominations will find a cordial welcome at these meetings JLDVEBTIBIKO HATES One inchone year 1000 Two incheson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 16 August 1889

r Ward Murray BANKERS lAXl > Exchange Dealers SAST SABA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS 8 M S n > So Jnt lUIL Ilutcbuu iCo Qaljwtjm YhIU > rX UonilHaiA Kew Otleani itte SiUmtl Cnl Auatla Collections made anywhere Tlie Fnrmcr a Business Man Probably no occupation i rM on with so little regard to bus- iness rules as that of farming The farmer requires more educa- tion and a knowledge of greater variety of subjects than any of the socalled learned professions Tho man who knows only how to turn a good furrow prepare the soil for the seed stop the growth of weeds and promote the growth of the plant has not mastered the art of successful farming Nor Las the man who knows only how to raise fine horses sleek cattle or gfnt wine or how to fertilize his lfelds to the best advantage raise the best corn or potatoes or tho Ii Jgfccat yiel < jKtpat8 cr > dJarl9j The man who fcwlay really makes a thorough success as a farmer must combine all these ele- ments of knowledge and many more It used ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 16 August 1889

I n j The TnrldsE Navy is rapidly falling in- to decay Chicago is determined to count a mil- lion in next years cetsus There are 31302 United States pen sionejs who draw only 2 a month The United States trill not expend tnoro than 5400000 in making the cen tos of 1S90 Kaiser AYilhelm of Germanyis the onlj sovereign in Europe asserts the New York MaU and Exprai who is really try- ing to cam his salary The Chicago Ttmahas discovered that the United States is not adequately repre- sented at the Paris Exposition in the de- partments of the industrial and decorative arts Let it be remembered to Washing Ion s credit observes the St Louis GIvIk Daocrat that he not only whipped the British but also introduced that useful and picturesque quadruped the mule into this country It is estimated thatseventytwq Ameri- can citizens are worth the colossal sum of 61443000000 This is just 33000000 in excess of the total money circulation of the United States according to a late Treasury statement An in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 16 August 1889

5S toIiafs WORLD TliEASANT IilTEnATtmB FE3ILMNE READERSFOR FOR EEADTMADE DRESSES JJressnuikers caa thrhc no more ia St Jouis Their business is rapidly dwin Slingand except in the case of those wh cater to the rich whose prejudices com- pel them to cling to long established cus toms the modistes arc generally rctirinjr from business This is duo to the gen- eral adoption of readymade dresses by the ladies of the city handmedowns they are called by sarcastic dressmakers Before the introduction of readymade drestes Udies were in the habit of cx licnding a large amount of money for the material and then paying from 15 to 25 in naving it made up Kowa dress sim- ilar in every detail to one of those made vp by a fashionable modiste can be se cured at the dry goods stores for 25and they are made to fit ncrfectly before they arc allowed to lcare the More A lady purchased a black silk dnas recently exquisitely made and of handsome mate rial It was procured for 25 and was pronounced by all who ...

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