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

3JISSI0N VALLEI These Xnrceries srere establlilied at Hwoon VfiHey TeiM ia 1870 To secure better mtil and skipping facili- ties ire IieTO removed to fie Gulf Went Texas and Pacific railroad tea mflss bore Victoria and eight mile Irom ihecid location aVejhiire TaadfttbeJW t cxhani tire sp < SZ ftfomotsea trltn earuX < tnev to Southern Texas Ground for a Third of a Century W tutve epued neither cure sor ex psoeeliit coald increase tbe raloe of esr xeealta to the people We have kjuptup Ziarge Experimental Grounds jo which to mate oar testa in both the Ersii and Ornamental Departaieota Oar testa are therefore ro complete sad thorough that ire are enabled to oSbi Varieties veil adapted to the waste of our very peculiar climate TSts handle no cheap ooacdimated northern treee We do not propose to npp y treea and plaota at a lower rate tin other Ksrseriee hat we do claim a be able to Birnlsli Better Trees forTexaa plan ting than can be obtained at as other Noraerj in the world We have...

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

xJl Murray bnkers TT AMI change Dealers SABA him J TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS i L Sirenson St Sons 2fetr YorL BalLHBt liin Co Galveston Third Satienal Bank M Louia tVbttner ZkallonalBank Ifeir Orleans State Xitlonal JUiffcAosttD Collections made anywhere How Farm Hands Cun Get a Start I have met at institutes and oth er farm gatherings during the last 10 years thousands of the leading farmers of several states and I have often been surprised to find that the best and wealthiest among them began life as farm laborers and have fought the battle of life singlehanded I have three neigh bors now who began as farm hands within 12 years who worked by the month until they had saved 500 or G00 each then rented farms and who have now bought them They were all young men who took an interest in tho worki never thought of the 10hour plan and whose wages were increased from yearjto year When a young roan is all the time afraid ho will jnore than earn his wages he will ajly stay the second year on a but...

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

H The collapse of Boulangerism seems to he coapletc Mining interest j are taking front rank among the industries of Cuba t The platform of the Indiana Prohibi- tionists contains an antiTrust plank There are eighteen persons in England with rent rolls of oTer 500000 per an- num 1 There are 1000000 Canadians in the United States who have emigrated here- to remain They have polities in Japan now un- der the constitution and one of the par- ties is called the Jijito Of the 300000 qualified voters in the city of New York 14000 pay taxes on property and 260000 pay rents to those who own the property A Washington correspondent of the Utica Obscrar says that there probably never were so many women seeking office as there are this year All the States and Territories of the Union have an organized militia Of these 5750 are cavalry 5054 artillery and 0133 are infantry Suicide among German officers in- creases shockingly During Slay twenty three shot themselves and the number for June was large...

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

i 7Z BfiVM TALHAGE ntr BKOOKLYX DIVIVU BVX > AY hCIlMOX utyODt T1 > feroiir Swimmer ftroacIiDd at Seattle V TJ f J He si 7 thread forth Ilhhandt sai rf them ix k that tttimmtth iprendrth forth hu hands menu Isaiah XT 11 AtMs aewe of Use war mttitwies of pecpiste into tbe pods and tales and trtt d hu At tret MiC act co foo r trookthe skare but fcviZ iaraed Mkl atratettfara and toot y let the rata B tw tt e aad ta wild dee dire rSatsrswu StTtfcetezt will be very aiiMiinflw He dril mi forth His hand aSirniMit at th u he that rtrmuncUi qirrarlwt forth hi kan to an Hie Mm imii tasks oet imfraqaeated BmK Yon stud all day oa the bank mt a nrer in the iUc sun and fling sot your ke and catcS sothinc while the < ier anfksr breaks throoga the jungle u goea by the udow f the solitary rock and in a place where cm JUlier sae hat bean for ten ears tbmn out hu line and comes borne at 16 Us tana atiinirur and hie basket faU not know why we nunmteri of the- O p i need alwajx be flung in tiin...

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

OUR THANKS AEE SUE Oui luain friends for il very liberal trade we have enjoyed since the lixli v We feel grateful for the same and shall always try by fair deal- ing good goods Mid legitimate prices to merit a continuance of tlie same We are adding to our Slock every Day and bov have tite most select as well as iho hqro aver carried We carry all Lads of rtf MM ad be convinced 3OSSI0X YALLEI STUB SERIES Tb 8 Kareens were tetablubea at tUufes Volley Texas in Ie70 To eemte bettor Bail asd eUpptag facili- ties we fc e removed to the Gulf W it Texas aad Pseific railroad tea njluc akwc Vjetoria and eight miles lreai tfeeeM location We Iia loaie the stoat exhanetire ftEpensesto Mabtsed with careful Mi j la Southern Texas Ground for a Tiiniof a Century tit iave epaied Bettber care nor ex gteoae tbM ecHrid increase the raise of ar rsevlu t fee people We have tsftsf Large BEperfaseatal Grounds m > wludi t jaake em tests in both the Fwit ab4 OffiMwatsl DeputSJeoU teste are therefore ro comp...

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

MM Murray to OUT own AppeaL ERS Dealers tTJEXAS BRBESPONDENTS < < < JrttmUa 0rWsi9 cguonsznadQ anywhere acd Irufits or running t jfurereils in tltr oun m be a If mer Se am open book ifarge type that one has T > u > or hire a piece of id bit down w toJ h neigli jtry to imitate ibeas Some av th ari tit Irwff taJrfa i r kn < i raea ar 4ie > J s t iaai to VOLUME XYI J4tmmlv < x > on the fact that Jflojsuce not kt Wga wn up to manhood any source B Mpm der tlie tutelage of a jiHad iuall the operations EiaB6m awl therefore they ajesv i sboat it Others again rfao bane been tweoaeetnl in mer snifloor atafuifacUiriag begin eee asjfqg jaH Hwir jnoraraeutB ou > generally lis ve turn < S ihfk attention to reading books oA yjrjoCoale on farming in its ftrjagtsfeaoefees Of stock rals 3g wttMad wool growing bnt sr aaf Hk producing etc until my Jweame cltsmed with a K ac oaf tton These per mk fep base sufficientcapital t i pori t element at the test UStera ie an old ...

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

liere Is complsisi of a scarcity of saHareii cur Bavy Artificial watering it it said trill mul kpb Montana crep five times Deal estate ia New York city doubles in value every eight yean now There are only about 40000 vacant lots left There are Frenchmen who say the close of the Expoakkm in Paifc will be- lie beginning of a Bouhmger Revolu lion A sign of e business boom in the Booth according to the New York 2Cttut is the rapid eUbbjhrneot of new banking institutions It is stated on good authority thi notwithstanding the destruction of huma a life by the late Civil War the white por uliUon of the Southern Stateshas ii creased in a greater ratio than the oolcxel race by searry four Mr cent The New York Sun suggests that one feature of the Paris Expositionwhich by nil means ought to be transported tj New York for the great Exhibition of 1832 is the mammoth globe forty feet In diameter It affords an object lesson in geography of incomparable value In China the inhabitants ore counted ev...

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

k MODOC IASSACRE fcnEBOODY TRAGEDX OP T11E OHEGON LAVA BEDS harder of tlio United States Peaco t Commissioners liiccntlon oTCap tain Jack Black Jim Boston Chnrlioand Sclioochln Its Ban Francisco Chronicle has an in- teresting article recalling the murder of General Caaby by Captain Jack the Modoc chief The Modocs had gone oa the mrpath and intrenched themselves In the ton bed of Oregon The Gov- ernment appointed a Peaco Commission beaded by General Canby to treat irith them sad a conference was appointed to be held on April 11 1873 each side to- go to the meeting place unarmed The Ohmitlst account continues ls follows UTVhen the commiuion party reached e place of conference they found Cap- tain Jack already there accompanied by til of hu warriors Schonchin Boston Sharley Black Jim Shacknasty Jim EUeni Man George and Hooka Jim al- though it had been agreed that each party mi to cooi t of fire After some little manenreriog for position the In Qiam making numerous changes so as to get ...

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

OUE TIAMS AE1 DUE < ij friend for the very liberal trade we have enjoyed since the Si W < usel grateful for the same and shall always try by fair deal Ktdb audlegitiiBatepriees to merit a continuance of the same W c are adding to our Stock every Day u > > httetlie select as well as the most complete stock wo < t carried We carry all kinds of Lamps Glassware Dishes China Ware Table and Pocket Cutlery Clocks Gold Silver andlNickle Watches All kinds nf Jewelry We are agents for the justly celebrated Dia mauta Brazilian Fcblrie and CrystalizcdSpectaclcs Jiltj are by far tlio best glasses on the market and if you e needing optical goods in any style you Trill do well to < til OH U > We have a very nice assortment of I < amps at the Closest Prices We paid no MiddleMens Profit G 011 our Holiday and Fancy goods and you will save money by inspecting our stock before buying At present yon will find BARGAINS in Watches Queensware and Tobacco Jout Forget that Heno Tea is...

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

JWSMurray BACKERS J J f ASS inge Dealers TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS IBMA6LL08U Xatfoaallbsk Xew Orieana tfctnll Bant twtta Collections made anywhere China Chips Msaday morning October 28 Slysalf in company with Jolin StrrfUi and Banned decided to ot tead the fur at San Angelo Af terfiUiuy ib peokais with ffny irorili s < ig re knowing I would get eo more on the trip as good W mounted a freight wagon and laedaweyto Gddtharaite The train being one hoar late we at- tended tbe dress which proved to besBrj Utde iisprowmeat on a t fi6 hasbsg The train ar rival isfeieb was badly crowded but ittdie ifee passengers were t a p Pl ertBy eif and Kennedy oimd Yaeant scat bad ja r cot fifftwa as when u big fat maa from St Look tapped ate on the shoulder and demanded bis seat I told him I was a partic ular friend of Jay Goulds and etc iritea be threatened to wipe np the floor will tae after sizing him np I dfcaided be eoeld do it and I yielded ike seat at once and stood sp like a mas I prevailed on t...

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

2 nr V t wants iaprlssaiaent for debt SeatagMsg Hitiwni of a general dis stmrirnarif pervatVs European diplomatic The battle against the desecration of ifee gabbatL continues to rage furiously ic England Ph 1t along the proposed route of the Jficaraguu C tuul is advancing is value Taryrajadh Same Drawbaogh of Pennsylvania hit KSulved to carry his daim of being tfee discoverer of tbe telephone before The steady nsc of workmgmens wage now going on in direst Britain U ao gen- eral declares tin New Orleans Voijrajv us to attract attention Bacons Ayres Argentine Republic ead Hot surrounding pampas seem jat aotran earthly paradise for hone fanciers am bene breeders where mosey is Ht cralry so object so long at tbe right ani- mal be ecured bj it meant Tie preachers took a very prominent fart in tbe constitution mating in South Dakota In the ooaveBtion were six jrauliere three Methodists and three < Bj gaiiunali u > i and tiey were neatly all cstnaeo of importaiit oomraittee There was...

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

SET DE TALLAGE Sote t BKOOKIiT Bl1AirS SUN- DAY SBBMOJf Select Welcbed in the Balances ftmaeSMl Omaha Neb Texts Use art weighed in Vie Vol < amax < ns art fmrtd wanting Dsfiid Satgte u tlte peradise of rchl ctnre esd dnrec ost fhisi Umbos the grandest ti3i ngt cfsMfera times are only tbeerl osioe of bar laB The site baring been i ted fmtit cite two raflltmiani wer < xaggHx H num St tr iraDs and iha liafldjqcJit SKTOrls It vas a city sixty znJIesiiiJdettKiraeEW TfcMB nit treact aj sS unajtlHaEr tram w Skis the material lor t buadicj of tt dtj had been digged Tbfn weretwsutrSrs gate on each side Husctty betsrees every two gctes a tower cf < ifffwa suruigutz into the slies from etch Ee on tue ou sue street rcnuinj straight tfcreogh to the oorrespcsdffig gat on the ictbtr id sj there were fifty street fifteen snttsstong Timiaa tfaeoteran braach ct tbe rt w Euphrates lib rirer some fcis OTarSowed 1U bas3o > and to ttfp it Xresatfternio of the aty a latswassoo Braated jsto ...

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

A KSKRseaWVsrHasfetrisGaN hva eKavSi oes Uoldtb LOGANS Baskets oj All Descriptions F < Ml Baskets Work Baskets Xuncli Baskets Mat Baskets Bound Baskets Trices to Suit Purchaser + o Lookat This Sound WellCured Halfbushel Tobacco 25 els pound o For Very Little Money by Purchasing your Lmnps at Our Store We carry all Styles from a nice Library Lamp at 750 to a complete Stand Lamp for 25 cts Meiican Diamond King Soap Perfumed only 1 perDoz Other Toilet Soaps Cheap A Word to the Good AND A AHint Hint to the Wise < > are borny to xajge money to meet our liabilities Iairifs who cad iiot pay ll please call and give their u < > t j All accounts nof settled before Dec 1 will be put iii tn attorneys hands forcollection Respectfully KETCHUM SON P S LOOK OUT FOR OUE NEXT AD DEAIXE IX Hpiture Crockery Glassware Hardware Etc gBLDTJIWAlTE TEXAS Look at These Prices Bedsteads 3 to 15 Bad Hoera Soils 3S to 50 Chairs per set 375 to 15 Ward Robes 10 to 13 Barcans lo to 25 Dressing Cases ...

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

I 1 1 3 Murray 1KERS JJA AXO Dealers TEXAS corrLondents S L Swfiwwii it Zona 2 w Ynrk 1UU Uutcbuw A Co Galveaton Xbinl au eal UnkSL LouU Wldtner jfatienal lUnk fcew Oilcan 6uu Uallonal Bank Austin Collections made anywhere Texas Abroad The karporamic car sent o by tho Fort Worth and Bio Gtnde and Texas and Pacific railway com- panies under the management of Capt T A Wilkinson arrived home yesterday morning It is believed much good will come of it to all the counties represented by the exhibit it contained Capt Wilkinsons plan of presenting the exhibit at the different fairs nnd expositions was folly carried out The exhibit was put into competi- tion with those of Oregon and Cal- ifornia and for variety and quality it equalled the exhibit of either of lluieootetes So fxtras tho granite marble and iron dre are concerned said Capt Wilkinson nothing to equal tuenrnrus presented Severll ex- pert importers of granite from Scot- land had their samples at the ex position building at Milwauk...

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

ta pieetBt estimated population of theIbimsoSMap 64900060 Bdgiwa tMXTea oet British tons ia the u feadag bnB In Pouth Amer- ica Tbe S < 1 s > > trcastically iJZgesU 11 I Ljf < as a substi 1jXU for hj j j siijuit Seariy < i j the Ca srutwil litu xtmategi uese art i Pari tin aad b e en i liuuj id thousand people utii are today wearing > TL jt least ia tlie es a prominent maker of f tl low in bbout I U l llll li AiJ L the example of Len- in build an under The railway will nitiiouh only four completely under- go through cuttings The oot ri fn i it of tins country for- th < last st i iar amounted to 8200 CvKtuW juiI foreign stupe canned all bnt U ee0j f u The latter carried isaip f ur own was moatly rn ting tradi fm Tinn2 remarks the Cin- cinnati yturtr It is ntntid the one nf 4be OiieBgo limited trotut r < i i nth attained a speed of frfryMxmik ui Lour and maintained it for a lamg distant A nriter iu Tie BoUtsof A predii ts that tbe present raitrund line of taenl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 29 November 1889

o Ward Murray BANKERS Exchange Dealers SA2J SABA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS g fjaFeBiMui Stmt New York ML H lfMn iCo G lrwt < m nfel 1 UukSL Looia Muw Jhlfcml liu > k K r OAaas tamMwa litnV Acetln Collections made anywhere IfesolnUons WJtereae Information litis reacted as that a Jute Comuine lias bean renewed upon a more ej teosive seata and denominated tlie American MIg Co to force upon Ht action producer their output for 1890 and whereas a consol idated convection of Alliance < 8Vl eelB and Unionscomposed of 4eleg tes from eadi State Allinnco beel and Union and from each oattoE exchange in the U S ineete ie4fa city f St Louis Dec 4th j o4g > b ° consideration and elMs tfcs qaeetion of Ure on cot toa cwrered bales and to establish aiaadard eotton begging there fore be it resolved by the West Texas Dint Alliance in session at ike CautKHi School House in Bywn county Texas composed of deRgstee from Brotrn McCulloch nwdTjan Saba counties that is enderre the purposes of this con K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 29 November 1889

It It if estimated titj Uncle Samuel ill jay out tt test 1500000 in artificial legs i 4 aura in 1690 William Nye the humorist and philoso- pher sagely and wittily remarks that there are tiro kinds of baldheaded men Borne are bald on the ouUide and some are bald on the inside The railroad companies of the United Btatesovre 1600000000 Lastyeartho sunount of interest paid by the railroads of the United States w 207000000 and the amount in dividends 80000 000 If the amount of freight hauled were all reduced to one mile it would amount to 70000000000 tons of freight Joaquin Miller who after he went into Wali street and lost his little pile isted to nil at the rich and revile leading New York capitalists has became a capitalist lumwlf Some years ago he bought 200 screw of hturt near Sau FraocisoGj aud now they have become valuable for town lots The poet says that he shall spend the re snaindei of his days on the Pacific slope The whole trade of Calcutta was almost paralyzed recently by a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 29 November 1889

IP MUD BEADING AN EXMANATIOY OP HOW IT IS ACCOMPLISHED tt Does Kot Eflfcct the Xorrons System Canacltr for Strornr Mental Con oentrttirra XeceCJMT Jlofee Excellent Operator The aK of ° a reading as a prcn taL yf a t r in the Chicago tfo3uT dsVl e ect the nervous ySlSretha oSher intellectual call ascJfthtcltuuj made in cir casta the pfl mind readers are in prgauetit culars of and as aibiliBer 4flxelr performances tueh ire probably Toad the power of nv an to accomplish nevertheless the vtQEstS te Taried in form as indefinite I jjCTtie performere brain is fertile of in restion Uefere attempting the performance Ual condition should be unmis Jj impressed upon the minds of tiosShtho are to take part that the per jgplo be led to the secreted article must cencectrate the mind upon the place where the article is hidden until that place has been reaped by the mind reader and hhnseAi and then upon the article itself This IMtoii1 iTrmiiintinii should be required fgnsbmtlj as possible to the end...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 29 November 1889

t dmffr 0T X 1v 1 in Southern Tesas Ground a Third of a Century C W ong Tt fcER AND SHEETIRON W03KEB a v Dear Friends D not miss the Beautiful Display at ivtclmni Sou s consisting of the finest lot > f riiristmas goods I ever saw Dolls of < < i style and price Plush goods and ox silver ca es of the latest and finest pattern Giftbooks of the most handsome 4 < > and best authors and poems of every kind clotli calf seal and plush binding Caxton and other standard 12 mos at 33 c eacli A rare chance for tine goods at Ioav prices Yours Truly SANTA GLAUS 0 A Present of a Fifty Dollar JRosewood Music Box Christinas Bay EJStfeiy ueisou buying 300 worth of goods P ° e j or maunde Itk only art istmas day for cash will re jbered ticket which entitles them among the persons to be selected eparate cards with numbers corres to Jliose on every ticket given out placed in a locked box and thorough ed when a blindfolded child will draw ne card and whoever holds the corres h > ling nu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 6 December 1889

Ward Murray BANKERS ISxchange Dealers SA3 SABA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS miL 6m M 4 Sim KwrTark i H uJUm AOt Glhntm OMHl fcuioul SukfeL Tiwlt Collections made anywhere District Coort Proceeding Jpa M Tippeoe vs Heirs Lud wig Borehes trespass Lj try title judgment for plaintiff Jno 5L Tippins vb Heirs of CarlDewtseh trespass to try title julgseni ar plaintiff Mrs Loey Harris EF Bay et J injunction to restrain opening sSa fefil6 at eost of plain fiff fiffJaateB MastersoB et al ve Wiley VTilfla B t A trespass to try iiile jedgmeat for plaintiff for dspopayflaeot for iiflprovo eaja adB br defendaata jLlkt w W H Ledbet jer fasepass to fay Jifie judgment Skis 3 Tom Montgomery new triai Ranted D WJFenlwsss et al vs T F Ho rkkeit on sote jadgment fer jAainiifL Bisters Albert Beanett aggm TaiU l Eeanlt fined S50 Stsiew W W Martin Ward Jose sad Wiley WilliaiBB bet tislfii cards in aplaee where spir rkKH qsers are sold pleas of V tof tiered and fine of ten do tb eanfWggggii against each of A Gr i w...

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