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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 3 May 1889

Ii HEY DH TALMAGE IEBnOOEI VX DIVINES 60X UAV SBltMOX Subject The Literature of the Dust 3ixr J su uluojjjrl cioirit ani urof o to ffro rd John Mil 6 A Moris mmedan mosque stands now wbere owe stood Herod s temple the nM of ray text otumoo ° i temple bed stood there but e Msi dn H r thunderel a down Zoro tempi bad stood tbere but that had lxn proetmted Now we ut onr places in a temple that Herod built because be mi io 4 r rneater biteciareand be wanted the prwedJag temple to seem taapufioant rut Sbt or tm sthevwals together and they waBMnete ualthsX structure Itwered nineteen aerea There were marble mppertm roofs of oeder and silver UUej < m wturt stood cd ten cat and there were earring eiutiUtf aud uaenpttew resplen dent 5UU itur bahutredo sad ernamented Catenxyt The buikling of this temple Kept teatbOMUid workmen bus forty years Intfcat stupendous pile of pomp and mag uWe Boraat Inriat nd a latenme throng atood about lum when a wild diaturbanca tooipAsc A group of ineo are pull...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 3 May 1889

tUfej fan JHm J EVEBNOR EDITOR PROPRIETOR LOCAL AFFAIRS CHTTBCH DIBKCTOUY fl lTrTJSKIAJf Services tho lbird and Fccrta Sunday 4s cacti UenUuBer It Palmer IMu ALETBOMST fierrte every SsaAay raorn jz ad crating X F IHsrait Pastor XMKHJO Father alcMahao win conduct errtiMMIieraiUcEooofllr ZdCamjbell tie first Sunday i Ml ltMii e month brpntog tt first Eocday in J cue ISdfl iroMAji MEEMSojaraoDisTcninMjn PraTtr litctJsc ewery Wednesday eveninr Jortipi Ml iiian 1st Wednesday in the month Jnrimil r Uiw < uuit 1st Thursday In monti liuer MiirS ttafT nd Wednesday in ths month ImAm AM Sudetj Its Wednesday in tie month ladies aTadeiietniftAlsu will find cordial wslcrae at Lbeae inecsaBga ABVBB11SING KATIES One inch one Tear I 1000 Two Inches one year IBw Tfcr elncaescn < > veart 2S3J0 Koorineoes trie year Mx i column one year Gu00 One coolmceie year Teamjckt Asthubb tnchibr first luserti easli subset n wJgb Offlce Bnnfingjin good Bonable sates conn Job ° iisem itypaper Pbiktdkj Try t...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 10 May 1889

Ward Murray BANKERS ASD Excliange Dealers SAN SABA TEXAS lL6wvoMKi A toon l > r Verkl lun E nubias 1Co GalTHton JMm KiHocil Dial St LmU tvMt TS > u < 1 1 ut s w orUua SUM Sttimtl iitak ijub Collections made anywhere The Karporama of Texas factores or inventions It vfll not consist of taam printing prfss s nottoa gins threshing machines x models of canning inventions razy quilts embroidered hand erchiefs and elaborate lace work HI sot bo there Bat this great ATporBBin will be what this new ae ofJtheprodoHs orad aftnp i found In Texas and every snnty will receive credit for every tecimen which it sends in This to represent the gross products Texas what ehs has to oiler to manufacturers to capital and to labor The arrangements of ex hibits that has been agreed upon by the management of the Texas Spring Palace the general form of which was ncanimously en dorsed by the commissioners of the various counties present at the convention t Fort Worth April 361889 is as follows BPFES F...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 10 May 1889

lT8 rmbte it the Vnked States i xn a dcpresK 1 stats just now 1 a d too it tig awakening to the ne cesitj t > f linWng Imtrigration In Pennsylvania the subject of allow ing women full power of suffrage i be ing widely agitated If the armies of the Old World should go oo increasing u they have been do ing for the last few years asserts the lemutr al Aderrlucr all Europe will be bankrupt before the dose of the piesent century The St itc Cwnmisciouers report shows Jbat lee than l Ou0faiis arc Mortgaged la Texas and the aggregate debt repre sented is only tliMMS50 As a com parison with other Slates Ohio is cited the debt of which is ftythree percent at tile value of arm It is as old saying that whatever Lauca 3reai > safcx edar England thinks to jnorrow Xancbeater is the m t power ful political aad ethical force in thecoun try jest as it is the best governed and J cst horaogeseous and publi spirited 3gUihpekirjg aty in the world The newspapers are beginning to com ment en the extr...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 10 May 1889

1 BEY DH TALMAGE THE BKOOKIiTX DIVINES SUH VAX SEItSIOX Subject Dark Sayings on a Harp Text IwfUoptK n dark tuyfoijs on a harp Psalm of David xBx 4 The worj is fall of me inexplicable the JmpMsaMa tbe uafatfcomable the insur mauBUHe Wt cannot go three steps in ear direcboo without coming up sainst a hard wall of rarttety rii les paradous profuBdrbM labyrinths I ie i that tn cannot solve iueragiypUoe that w cannot decipher ana grams we catBot apell out sphinxes that will aot apeak For that reason David in my tert proposed to take up some of these somber ana < JarkJng ao4trytoset them to sweet runsicj I will open my darkeayings on Eo I look off Boon aooetv and find people is unhappv conjunction of arecmstances and they do not know what it means and they have a right to ask why fetalis and why Is that and I think 1 will tie do ng a cood work by tiring to explain some of these trance things and make you more eoataot snth your lot and I stall only be smtwenng questions that bare often...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 10 May 1889

ht m ta nv J EYERNQR EDITOR PROPRIETOR LOCAL AFFAIRS 3Ij 101889 Now lor the harvest Only about a dozen ljills were found by the late grand jury Dr D W Fentress bus been quite ill for more than a week Kaw Goods a aWabd Bbothebs Business is quite dull jet and trill be until tbe crop is ready for market 2 > ew Spring and Bummer Goods in every line atWard Ward Bbothebs Esapers continue to go out ami next week tbey will all bo busy if tbe Kaatber permits Hats for men boys and youths Hats for everybody cheaper than ever know before HB8BAT SIcOOXKELL E t Sector wlip has been attending school at Georgetown benij and tho other in the interest for some 8 or 9 months is at home of G G Walker It is said that on a visit to his parents TTool will be coming in regular ly from nawnHtil the sale day the 11th of next month Try the Swimming Baths be fore you leave town tf Court adjourned Saturday night and the town this week has the ap pearance of having been deserted If yoawunt the best Louisiana ...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 17 May 1889

Ward Murray BANKERS Exchange Dealers SAN SABA TEXAS S1L Bweamn mi Mtli BaS Untcblns < Galvflrton Thtr N tiMi l Bulk SI Loot WfcKi National Bank New Orleans SUM J t iuJ Hank AmmOm Collections made anywhere Tlio AntiTrust Lair Is this law constitutional Good lawyers say it will stand beforo the Supreme court of the United States The trusts of Texas recognize the fact They are already throw ing np their hands The attorney general will see this law executed to the letter Tho result will bo that in Texas the people will have tho full benefits of competition and prices as law as they can bo nnder the legitimate laws of trade of supply and demand For which let the twentyfirst legislature have due credit and praise Aus tin Statesman Gen Greeley the government weather dealer who keeps a large assortment of weather always on hand and tries to dispense it with out fear of favor according to the headquarters has ajjolishod the equinoctial storms or rather he asserts that there are no such st...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 17 May 1889

i o k The New lctk Stm says that a re markable growth is noted in the coast wise trade General Boolanger fays he first learned tie trus meaning of the word liberty on his visit to America In proportion to population Holland has the greatest commerce in the world Last rear it averaged 20440 for each person in the kingdom A prominent scientist holds that there is no evidence of any sensible change in the climate at any point of tic earths inrface doting the past 2000 years Of all the people who come to Ameri ca from the whole world over avers the New Tork Graphic the Japanese have been quickest to conform to our civiliza tion It will no doubt surprise many of our readers to lefrn that a large per centage of the counterfeiters who ply their nefarious occupation in tho United States are Italians The new Constitution adopted in New Hampshire p ovides that no person shall be eligible to citizenship who cannot read the Constitution in English and write his own name A writer in the CcnyTifa...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 17 May 1889

i WOMAFS WOULD JLEASA3TT IilTEnATUKE FOR FEJOMXE HEADERS Two FrijrJil Queens ThesiBCnlax fact is mentioned in some of the Continental papers that both Queen Victoria and Empress Maria Theresa Bare alike m the delight which thej took > n Imngin a frigid atmos ArtUttc Fane Ariistic fan making was among the Industrie that perished in the revolu tionary upheaval aadthe Directory and mgfee ia s of raore pretensions than the > ui3le tawibs aad prints are ugly an3inJxat taste tnrtas the world Jell into seHHitWBglrVe its otd way of liv ing the demasd far eostty toys grew up ajain aad fan making revived with tnaoy kindred industries The old taste and the old skill were still to be found in French brains and Preach Sogers Pans fans soon regained their old su premacy and in Pans alone says a was worn a etomarber that cov dy and was a mass of genu tee ffiiTaopOi < course it was dith tjdtJto estimate their number or value et of diamonds and in the diadem pcsrls and diamonds w th splendi...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 17 May 1889

Mil She f > na j aba gjtoM JEVERNOREDITOR PROPRIETOR LOCAL AFFAIRS May 1718SD Shearing is abonfc over Harvesting goes bravely on People are moro watchful now New Goods at atWabd Wabd BnoTUEiis Justice Seiders has considerable work before bis court New Spring and Summer Goods in every line atWaed Waed Brothers Country produce of every kind is plentiful and cheag iTS fSgfejn 5 aling Baths be wKcSve town tf Vegetables are enjoyed by many who took the trouble to plant and cultivate gardens Hats for men he J Hats forevj tened Judge J L Guion of Ballinger was here this week on a visit to relatives If you want the best Louisiana Molasses and Sugary ioctba Jeast moneyjgfl4e AT Peelers Look well to your flues and chimneys about home It may save your dwelling Qocd rains fell north of tojya Saturday nigfct and Sunday night New clothing Now Hat s New Boots Shoes GWe etc justar 9 < L Waud Brothers ommissionerB court has been ession this week Seo a syn s of the proceedings elsewhere Dr Bier...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 24 May 1889

Ward Murray BANKERS Exchange Dealers SAN SABA TEXAS RlL5w iwm4t fcona l ew lorlu Ball nntchlM tCo CalTtiton Third National Buk St LonU tVIJloey National Bank New Orleans State National lUnh Austin Collections made auywliero Llano Connly A San Antonian recent took considerable pains to inve ugato Llano and came liomo quite en thusiastic about that country which ho declares to be practically terra incognita When he was in terviewed by the Express concern ing said ihat no one cares to venture ovor there on a mere projecting tour but sevoral capitalists have become convinced of the value of the min eral deposits and have invested largely the Wakefield or Milwau kee syndicate having bought np over 20000 acres of iron land tOjhe rs arfcJ aying jind > luUding imuTtue mlf Wwij xinga with tha music of hammer and saw The TiUago has about 1000 inhabitants and is unincorporated It sits upon the banks cf the stream from which it takes its name and is founded upon a rock indeed for the whole c...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 24 May 1889

EogEilifaBilordlBaliinio its court and has iaSec Into almost hopeless AaJ The eleven dairy Stales contain more than onehalf of < ibe cattle in the United States From thirteen to fortytwo State in a century bet a bad growth for a infant Republic Eossia stand third in importaace bo far as relate to it naval strength among lie European Powers Doling the last year the torn total oi educational gift in this country was seadjr srilfion dollars There is so ea < a thins in this conn try asserts the Atlanta Cuiltiutieit aia postmistress When a lady rmu a post ofEce she is a postmaster or nothing A mj ny Brustsjs proposes to buBd a rsstrBad from die head of navi gation on iae Congo to Etaalej Pool a distance of WW nOm in the interior of Africa Tankeemaaia following the ways tad custom of AnnjrKau 1 is according to tbc Xew York 7 j as much of a duease is Eogland as aagiomauia is in America i Even Tnrkey moves Half a century Sow the fceltan himself has established two schools for glrU in ...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 24 May 1889

EEY 15H TALMAGR iHEBnooKwrs mrixrrs SUN DAY SBUSION Subject W msT8eof Monoy A larts Thethat vtflterich fall tnio n4 a snare and Info many temptation fooluh an hurtful ltutu > hich droan men in destruetten x perdition I Timothy fi Tbat is ti JHspira Falls over which rash a HUittftuSeefeoul namely the determina Jjoxx to have mosaey anyhow right or wrone U me tow 6 nun gets his money and what rtm i will his rhsx d < vlih tt awl tell joa rcux aad what trill be his destiny in tbi < worHiigdthfiiiKrt I propose to speak thia mornloj njont aoau of U ruinous modes of EetttflS oa y X7ssree oy pawed through a national I election In which it h been estimated that i thirty trillion dollar wereexpsnded Itmnk ebost twentj mill on of it were pent In out all and oct bribery Both partus raUed Uu y could for this puipose But tbat was Mity en n iajye KaJe what has been done on snjoBMsaiifi tor fifty yean nnd in all de port tlRits IoSte from being the science of rood corenmient has often been b...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 24 May 1889

U fan SaBa A little cash can sptnt at Elton Game and try it sBnvis be judiciously HiErEBS Prof Charles Schneider of Big Yatley was in Saturday and en tered hie name among the new subscribers to the News A nice line of Notions in every line Ladies are invited to call and see them Wabd Bbothehs The express line is kept hot itfa packages from McHenry k dealers in Gents Fur Kshiog goods Lampasas Texas A fine rain fell Friday refresh 3g everything and making all eexts glad Jae Dofflemyre said result would be thousands of > v ushek of oats for this county Prints Ginghams Lawns Sat eens light Silks and other popu lar summer goods just arrived YaCD Ecoimxt Tiiere is a boys hat at the grange store left there during the Srst week of District court which l he owner is requested to call and fake away Murray McConnell keep a full agtock of almost everything needed jby everybody and sell at the cheapest rates Judge Guion came in last Sat Sarday morning and dropped a nple of dollars in the slot...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 31 May 1889

Ward Murray BANKERS AND Exchange Dealers SAN SABA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS SM STcnwn k Sons Xev Tori HoU HntcMul 4Co Gllvuton Third Sttianll Enk St Lonla Whltatj XaUonftl Ilnk Xew Orleans SUU 1i Uom1 Bnk Austin Collections made anywhere Hovr It Happened The history of the Arcrrican wool market for a year has aptly illustrated the peculiarly sensitive nature of the trade Feeling sure that a summary of the fluctuations in prices and an outlining of the causes of these vacillations Trill proTe of interest to shippers of wool we give it briefly The situation January 118S8 was not encouraging to any branch of the wool industry in this coun try All authorities stated the amount of wool on hand in the distributing marts was larger than that of the previous year Manufacturers although less heav ily stocked with wool were com pelled to accept lower prices for goods the imjortations of foreign fnbrics and yarns that competed with home products were very large and to these depressing in fluences w...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 31 May 1889

The production of petroleum in the I nited Ptaea U on the decrease > Uosbt can exist records th Cin eumJi Enquirer that a revival of ship fcujd ng is taking place to some extent inths country The experience of London teems 10 snov that asphaltis set only a much more comfortable pavtment than stone taiaisu cheaper The p to ce at Mineral Point CoL L 000 feet above the se level is the highest pssioSee is the country Bui the postmaster tare his salary is about the lowest In Germany bee keeping is tangbt in many of tbe public schools and the Gor rsRieiit also provides instructors in the art who go from town to town as their fcrxcn are needed Down at Panama coffias are hired and grave too The Utter cost 12 for eighteen months and in ease of non payment the body is thrown oat of tbe grave Cot ns ear be JUred for 7 Tl e number of stud eels who are study ing in the five l w colleges in Tokio apac at present is upward of 36009 showing an increase of about 1000 in comparison with the same p...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 31 May 1889

r BEOK TALMAGE HIE BBOOKIiVN DIVINES SUN CAY BEBHON Subject The Moonlight Ride Tax Then Itcent up In the night by the brook and tieac the icall and turned back and entered by the gate of the valley and mo returned Nehemiah it 15 A ia3 city is men eu jestire thin a liv ing dry pair Keme tLan present Borne runs rattier than newljr frescoed cathedral Bat ti best time to risk a rain is by tneon light 3ns Coenm is far more fascinatine to tho trareler liter rundown than before Voc may stand by day light amid the mooes tie rules of Melrose Abbey and stody slatted oriel and resetted stone and rnnllion but they throw their stroneert witchery by mooalignt Some of you remember what the enchanter of Scotland aid is the lay or tat Last Minstrel WooKs t > eo view tsir Melrose arlrjtt Co visit It by Ue pale toeon3r > t TCaabingtsn irving describes the Anda teuan moonlight upon tbe Albarabra ruias as amounting to an enchantment liy text preeestsyou Jerusalem inrnins The tower down It gates du...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 31 May 1889

Site an > M JEVERNOR EDITOR U PROPRIETOR LOCAL AFFAIRS Mny 31 18S9 Fine rain Monday Wool still comes in All nature is lovely Corn crops are assured Fishing parties are numerous Prosperity seems to bo tho order Wool sales one week from next Tuesday New Goods at atWard Ward Brothers Take care of the grain already harvested See that it is not in jured by the weather New Spring and Summer Goods in every lino atWaud Waud Brothers Evil communications corrupt good manners Paul Try the Swimming Baths be fore you leave town A finerainfellWednesdaymorn iDg continuing for more than an hour Itwas gratefully received by all r Hats for men boys and youths Hats for everybody cheaper than ever known before MrjBBAT McCONNELL See tho local of B E Russell who wonts to purchase one and twoyearold steers If you want the best Louisiana Molasses and Sugar for the least money go to A Peelers If in this life only we have hope we are of all men tho most miserable PauL New clothing New Hats Now BootS Shoes...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 14 June 1889

Ward Murray BANKERS Exchange Dealers BAN SABA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS S A Swsiuim Sw Sew Tort B n Bat hiiK Co Galveston ThW K i < J Dl SL LaniL Whitney y tl n l litnt Hew Orleuu CoIIeotiona mndo onywliero The f enwjlraala Flood At Johnstown station c around cof sanes placed onjiheili saved Conservative men with Bedford cut off the east sido of the river every thing is quiet yet considerable work is being done This is the chief commissary station and this morning by 7ocIufc 15000 people vrero fed and about GOO families furnished trith provisions Five carloads of clothing vrere distribu ted and now almost every one is provided trith clothing At the different registration offices 19 000 residents of the devastated dis trict have registered as live and troll The total population was between 40000 and 50000 There eir Notwithstanding the fact that nearly every prominent city in the United States is raising a fund for the Conemaugh sufferers the wants of the homeless and afflicted are far ...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 14 June 1889

Jiuuieoui Udiaef to look with dis favor oa the 1 ioMWtlon movement There u a noticeable increase of hostility toforeignirs throughoutChina A biU to regulate the tale of horse fSesh lot human food it before the Enjj h Parliament Indiana is the second State in the Union to enact a ballot Deform law based cotiie Australian avatem ngb > h arm authorities are consider ing a ureject for enlisting young boys and jetting them grow up into soldiers Uouert Louis Stevenson the novelist say that he find the South gea Wanders too amiable and polite to afford him flJtitlic orj models It ii interesting to tktok remarks the HeicKUfic America that in her pine iorerts the Booth has ever growing the Sba for her cotton bales 1 Cassia has demanded of Persia the log into ire Caspian Bea and to build railways throughout the country Since the last PostmasterGeneral al lowed u of his clerks to get married and retain their position In the o ce the cumber of married couples In the department at Washington ...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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