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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba news. — 27 September 1889

I u EEYM TALMAGE lire BROOKIiYN DIVINES SUN DAY SERMON Enhjeci The Bower orTrce Branches iPreached at tho Hamptons hong Island TF1 a ° foHK Hnio mount and felolize branchs andmnebrandtesand wyrSa orcnWet and pahn branches and trMUui ct thi tries to woJfe booths reliemiah mi 15 It teems aa it ttount Olivet were un moored The people have goao into tha moanta n and have cut off tr branches jna pot ui ta on their ahSoldera and they Mme t ib notf into the streets of fausalao and on the house tops and they f t theso tree branches Into nroors nr booths Tho the prfeple come tortu from their eetnfdriable homes and dwU for seven days in those booths or arbors Why do they do that Well it U a treat festal time It is tho Ceut tabernacle and these people are EiMngM celebrate the desert travel of their fatheni and their deliverance from their troubles the nperianco of their Liers jrhen traveling In the desert tcey lived la booths on their way to IBS land of Canaan And so tbese bo 4fcs also become ...

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. — 27 September 1889

Those Hiee Plush Albums Dressing Cases Work ttoub ad Jewel Cases at Ketchum Sons are being i > okl very cheap A few nice Bibles at a bargain MONEY SAViED is Money Made Ketchum Son are in the field with low prices fresh goods and wideawake bargains In a short time our fall stoci will arrive and we eheerfally invite inspection Our Prescription Department is very complete We use only pure drugs and guarantee satisfaction at prices that defy com petition We carry in stock Drugs all Family Medicines Tobacco Toilet GoodSj Spectacles Jewelry Queensware Knives Clocks School Books and School supplies all of which we sell at die very closest figures Our Bargains at Present are in Tobacco Lamps School Books Violins and Accordeons Mow for Business Our creditors are crowding us for what we owe them We can not pay them until you pay us You will kind ly appreciate our situation and settle as early a possible Yours Truly KETCHUM SON P S Kaniember that during September we give special bargains in...

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. — 4 October 1889

Wm gftfc1 xiirray BANKERS Jjjxeiiange Dealers SAs eBA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS fiil Sareaau Row Xew IerL iiH EnUMiu i Co tiilruton 11ibdK < ti ul uiIcfct LcoU Blluwj JTiUsnii liuk 2T r Orleuu UIL2kUoaal Bank Asalis CallectioiiBmadeaaywhoro VOLUME XV Credit Credit io a man is what coam is to a nice cup of coffee vliat loaf sugar i to Old Hyson tea it mollifies and enriches him makes a smooth face a pair of = beaming ey s a pleasant smile a sheerfultone of oonrersation a lly of wit and a steady quick aii A man with good credit 19ver runs after patent medicines ae Jceeps tonic in his stomach i oanuoj3 ass his afcjiie Tfrr liorgft begs him to give him a calL The man of credit walks up Main street not with a strut but with a sense of selfrespect which the feeling I owe no man gives to every one for he knows his money is on deposit and awaiting orders You would tell in an in stant that he is no herb tea drink er no sarsaparilla or dock loot man his pulse is regular and he gits down in armc...

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. — 4 October 1889

Rfj jnlffians jnete are added to TSew Tort eityt taxable property this year I is propoiul oow in France to sub titui acath by elestridty for thegulllo tmi The latest syndicate is one organized to include all the glass work id the country Canada will toon have an independent Atlantic cable to Eaglefee 2000000 required laving being nearly all sub scribed Oklahoma ma as unset U J wilderneai bst a tew weeks ago ret it maaagadtti fcaTe the biggest Fourth of July accident of the year Over 0000 French people hare been Induced to ensignte to the Argentine Jtepnbbc and about tin same sanaber would be awf oily glad to get back to France again The daily coaaaaption of crude tad finuhod iron of cheap dry goods and of atop and mill product generally is flowing with g rapidity in all tfae Western and Southern fctaus Dr Felix L Oswald predicts in the JSarth Amtrum Hmiew that the progress af forest destruction will Iwfore long re iduce a large ant of our farm lands to 4be neeeseity of artificial ir...

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. — 4 October 1889

4 jO Mnswm TUEsr iXGnpEOPIEwnoiiivc JBf SAN TOAXCISCO jjelr Iablts Their Crowded Homes Tbslr Jnd Wort In a Chi neso TlicaUr Richly Fur nished Kestaurauts Thehsart of San Francisco is peopled J > y a class of foreigners who hare chosen J e of the choice locations of the city and spread themselves over the territory un til the Eemblanoe of the oldlocation is al most lost by the changes tliin strange peo plsfcavc produced This is Chinatown xfrcing a Eaall park and directly opposite jjolico headquarters on the opposite side of the park A party of fourteen accompanied by a policeman as guide made a visit into the strange town entering about 8 oclock in the evening as night is the proper time tv such a visit Our first point of con tact was going up Sacramento street and the change from America to Chinatown is almost instantaneous As vre climbed thehfil we looked down in the base ment where in a room crowded together were many men running sewing machines most of them making underclothin...

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. — 4 October 1889

If QUE THANKS AEE DUE Our many friends for tbo very Moral trade wo Iiavo enjoyed since the fire We feel gratofoi for the saino and eliall always try by fair deal j5d goods and legitimate prices to merit a continuance of tbo same BTo v We arc adding io our Stock every Day una Wliavo the most select as well as the most complete stock wo liave OTer carried Bed Boom Suit 35 to 50 Chairs per set 375 to 15 We carry all kinds of 0 Medicin Look at Tliejo Prices Those Nurseries were established at Mission Vallej Texa in J 870 To sectzre better mail and shipping facili Shipments Have osr own gruonds and paoking lionise immediately by the station so that we can ship by every train and liave a postoffico with daily mail io cmr ofiiooat the Nursery so that cor esposdence can be promptly attended toWe We solicit orders by mail or any of our aathorized agents Catalogues rtent free upon application Aidress GIXBEUT ONDEEDOXK SottiTj Victoria County Texas 81pt Lamps Glassware Dishes China Ware Tahle ...

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. — 11 October 1889

2 Wardjfi Murray BACKERS A Y Exauge Dealers bAN g BA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS It sSLfirrtaum SaM Xe X rJ JljittTI lrl lnf1 ffVnrl fiJtieSstonl Baafc jamlp Collections made anywhere A bore all 18 Education ing State Coosequeatly be very seesibly eoadades that for a prof it be bad better tern bis attention to ether crops Tbe uneducated farraer oa the other band knows u nothing ef markets or of tbe out look of atop production and is as Liable to produce a nonpaying crop assay The again the educated farmer u > always posted in everything perisuMsg to hie business and is ready to be the first to take advan tage of a ew and valuable dieeov erj asd every year there are many TaluaU jKeaovenee made in the griaaMa H world These are cbaajper ami more coavenient etSfe4s of performing farm labor aj 6 by wbich better retorne are jounced Iron tbe email amount of varieties seeds aad also tbe beet varieties of stock He has the advastage of the experieeee of other see because he reads He does set depe...

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. — 11 October 1889

The Samron conference ms earned on fc > English The Ketioaal Greenback party is about to teorgatiiae i is arranging fur on international rMn < rMum on ter own soil Tli Oram family have Uj Generals memoirs 8mxm > oo v ai1 i destroying note property than fir lu the United gtetestisis jwr Tur venerable Mis PiTk ii sow tfce ouj living widow of Pr > idint from tic Southern The question of onien sitting in cjuaiy councils in Enf and bus been de cided in the negative Both France and Great Britain lead tie I oiud States so far as ciK > rts to South AnMrica art concerned During the not sis months of tie present jear 1S22 mile of new track rn Uid l > v tlte TtnU railroads in the cuuutr Tin question of b prosy in India is ai sunung a serious character It is reported that a British brigadiergeneral hssbeei ten home with the disease Leudiiu C J 1 authorities report luat tbre neer was a period when s < much investing was gninu on in purely Tfce Czar of Bosss has suppressed th...

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. — 11 October 1889

e iiiacx SODA WATER ALL ADOPT A KBPKBSHIKO U2I MHKDRINIC Statins Um > MarWe Fountain Its Interior Oenstruetfoa a MarTel of IngenuHr How Soda < Water Is Made i TUefi tit ptow fdbolM g1 so < li Safer faMBtai it too Mock of fine Miond wrote 12 ft arte k T into slab od tto asasw the operation it paftesM e3 te letter to your Mtoaidunent q Boob the New Orleans Pitmmi TfceWock is jsVoed on solid sroade skids Me Mrisgiag frame < rf peaUel cb is length diaawk upon the marble suae from sbore The fame holding the tin lavena beck and forth under the iiimi of powerful aachinery dividing tbe fmat stone by A w degrees into Jkx tin tuickBeHaf which is regulated it ihr Sjia between fl saws Thus a m li lo fK > t cube soon transformed fcitu sa furty smooth slabs of 3inches tfiickueL But the cattUi strange to my is not really done bv tbe ssws but l sand wliidi niiied with water con nuallv Sows front overhead upon the marble block The am which aw of i ana toothless grind the and into k bw...

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. — 11 October 1889

nd Lite a v ANES ARE DUE tlic eij liberal trade wc have enjoyed since the tt ful foi the bame and shall always try by fair doal and legitimate prices to re erit a continuance of the same k are adding to our Slock every Day nt tiave the most select as well as the most completo stock wo fer carried We carrv all kinds of Lamps Glassware Dishes China Ware Table and Pocket Cutlery Clocks Gold Silver andKickle Watelies All kinds of Jewelry and School Books of all descriptions Large Family School Supplies Stationery Drawing Material Etc Nice Lane of Fancy Albums Fancy Plush Goods Elegant Perfumes and Toilet Soaps Brushes nnd Toilet Goods We are agents for the justly Celebrated Diamante Pebble and erystallised Spectacles and Guarantee a L We have taken Perfect fit in raise Bibles is fitting onr Special pail up DEPAJiT3SinSd5i Pure and Fresh Goods Mr Henry Montgom ery wflU fcatwrn to you all as a worthy gentleman and thoroughly competent druggist has charge of the same All work in this line ...

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. — 18 October 1889

Ward Murray BANKERS WD Escliange Dealers SAK hAJSX TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS KM Srowm Ut T L 1MB jantsMmfcOfcCilT fc Tkfc4X lfeuJBufcfct iMk RWinf JMteiudaudc JT Oderan Bute Sittoui Eufe Aasttn Collections made anywhere Teias Unknown A Eexalatlon to tlie People 1 Acrtliwestern Mates Western Tens tributary to the Port Worth and Bio Grande and itie Tesae and Pacific railway eoapftfiiee ie on ibe side track of ihe Eeefi street depot and is being ajmainefl aud admired by the jaaai tboBsaaflspassingthisfevor ifecatiojt Tie oar and eslilb 7 Mr prsetiasl method of attract ing atteatioa to the state and many are fee yiectioas Mr Wilkinson k eani upon to answer ooncern jsgTesa Printed statistics of ibe researeae at the state appear puated ariwtteally on tablets aad reconstantly read by the passing stream of lauaaanity especially the one cUwg aiteetioa to the ojien iag of the Spring Palace in May 1890 and ibe one aanoancug 20 000030 acres of state school land cr sale at SS per hereon 40 years time...

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. — 18 October 1889

Buenos Ayres comtemplatcs holding a 3e whfce population of Texas increases snore rapidly than the black Figures Aew that the sustaining limit of the globe trill coon be reached Idaho Territory b actively bestirring itself is tht matter of securing admission to lie Coion Scientist team to be usable to decide whether death by electricity is always painless or not It is estimated thai visitors and cx lstors at the Paris Exposition Trill leave 6990000000 in Pari The large coal fields recently discovered in Tonquui China are expected to revo Ihbuii the shipping traffic in the Orient It is asserted that during the Exposi tion Paris shopkeeper hare raised prices Idly tifiy per cent bat only to strangers Oiring to asgiect on the part of the < Hf government the city of Boston is without s Peters field in which to bury hat iaaigast dead Paris papers ogarider that the Sing ofHoUflndVaddress to the State General ter good nature Her w Jrept armed 10 defend Dirieh neutrality is a gran event 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. — 18 October 1889

TOOJPS WORLD FEOnXlSJS HEADERS 1 X4SX S5TT COBOOSS PET gr irg LsiylME Gordon lad a tamesnaia sad used to cny ber pet abontrriUi her f Bi wB ierKmiBaae the large hSm Aewelfc were then the 4shj Joasa it would p t its tkEderhci twtattlie wmtboteGsd lap mSk oufr < S ttejMbasffaerinBd Itwasas fcadoj gfctterjag lUags aa Lode herself and wfcenAe teak far aaay nags c2 Tieij 1kgM a placed them on different I rt f the table it woald go about coli keting them atriogiag them on its little lxxlj and 4a Uy tisg Hcdf into a tight ln tfart the nagi ooeid not bo re oevcred until it chose to tmti itself 1WOMB THE qcBBK LOCE3 OS j Ass rail known Qssea TietonaSsiH tfceWjitof kaepisg rooms whict bare uocupMd > y4n < nnfwilrahtiyes locked p Tfc cpartouals at Cfaremoat ia ohti e Friacaw Cfcurloite died more Meeaty yews age s rigorously rfwrf sad noted it allowed to rue Own Piimoe Attetfe ejpartaeats si Kfc4or Mkum and Balmoral ore all tptyw M r as ay wereirihsx hewas e > tiw wall of lherooia I...

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. — 18 October 1889

ffc = 5 OUE THMES AEE DUE Oa n n mL for tlit lery liberal Iratlo we have enjoyed since the fir < Y ft gtntfful for the game and shall always try by fair deal ing r ch and legitimate price to merit a continuance of the same Entries to W e are adding to our Slock every Day and hjc the wort select as well as the most complete stock wo li p u carried We carry all k jids of Xcamps Glassware DisLes China Ware Table aad IPockefc Cutlery Clocks Gold Silver auOicklo Watches All kinds of Jewelry Lui m uud School Books of all descriptions Largo Family 13ibles School Supplies Stationery Drawing Material Etc Nice Line of Fancy Albums Fancy Plush Goods Elegant Perfumes and Toilet Soaps Brashes and Toilet Goods IV are agents for the jnstly Celebrated Diamanta Pebble and L i fizgd SpeeiacJea and Guarantee a wl fJSSSeSm casc AYe BirSteKen n eTery Special urn in fitting np onr PRESCRIPTION I PAliTkEjrrwjiU Pure and Fresh Goods Mr Henry Montgom ery well known to you all as a worthy gentleman and th...

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. — 25 October 1889

Ward Muriay BANKERS AXD Exchange Dealers SAX SABA TEXAS CORRESPONDENTS KU Swenaon A Sons JTeic TorU JiaH Ilntebiiia t Co eialreeton ThlM National Bank EL Lou Widtiie Rational BaV U ev Orleans State National Bank Austin Collections niado anywhere How tlie rcople Can Make the Sonlh Independent The following from the Manu facturers Record is full of good common sense and should hiwo the careful consideration it merits from the people of the South and West To support home newspapers home manufacturers home indus tries of all kinds is a duty every man owes to his neighbors and to his fellow taxpayers His incomo may bo small or great and his ex penditures in proportion but whenever he bays elsewhere what he can get with equal advantago at home he is injuring himself as i welt as his fellowcitizen If onr yidsrs rarywheEe wi aboc B Eenrthey will eo61i discover nuat they can find in their own town county or state many things that they have been accustomed to ob tain from distant places This ...

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. — 25 October 1889

Grot Britain has 503000000 in rettedin our railways Another expedition to search for the North Pole has been organized Englishmen in Kew York who can afford to talis freely predict that royalty In England trill not outlast the Prince of Wales Out of thirteen clergymen interviewed in Cincinnati on the project of preaching sermons for little children twelve de cidedly opposed it Kearly one hundred officers of the British arm hare qualified as interpreters in foreign languages thirtyeight of the number being in Russian The New York Yoke k of the opinion that Cuba is the plague spot of tils continent a standing menace to the life and health of the surrounding coua tries Siam has for the first time begun the Issue of paper money The bills are of the denomination of one five and ten ticals a tical being equal to sixty cents of American money Brick works lumber yards foundries sawmills flour and gristmills and plaii Ingmills are being built all over the Sonth at a rate thatthe Chicago Am d...

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. — 25 October 1889

r TBB ISLAND THI1 USSSOBEOBS ASD PEOPiE 0V MADAGASCAR The JJuJer s Woman Has Absolute TewerOrer Her Subjects Stocalar Habits and Ceremonies llUe island of Madagascar is oas of the Itqgeat and toast important on the face of Hm glob bans exceeded M site ooljby iBsnieo c we leave Anstrafi out of the yisiii ii It j one of tke few repeat nfcere the interests of Fiaaoe and Eng land mnowif dash TJtt former after a contra of oetriv 309 jraao hu at last suctedod jn tabbstiagi prct tonite fcst tlu English a stall powerful through tttJr Duaaosado hare soe aaded in coaxrrting the jwojJe to the ftnteetant faith aad inaugoratirig a nt Ui school sjatem wiicb gt them a > ug hold oa the sympathies of the fwopV Tlie island is orer 1000 miles in Jea tL The breadth at its widest point is S3b n il < while the area is coouder aij greater than that of France It a it a part of the world to which general attention u erar jear more doeely dnarn It is just sooth of the equator set far froai the southern...

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. — 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 ...

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. — 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...

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. — 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 larger stil...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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