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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 17 January 1890

the oum The Fent l Hn Ri7fpub ir In Brazil Is spreaoiu ffry rapidly and it is bj no meani improbable that Dom Pedro i > destined to be the last Emperor According to an official statement the contributions for the relief of the Johns town sufferers aggregate 3500000 What a magnificent exhibit of national benevolence In Guclph Ontario thcvOtbcr day every man woiuhq and child so far as could be ascertained suffered for about four hours with headache and the local physicians arc looking wise and talking about fissures in the earth and the escape of natural gases TIio Uartford lluet reports a great stenographic feat Mrs Isabella B Barrows of Boston wrote a verbatim report of a speech made in German by Cjrt Schurz which she turned into Eng- lish while her pen was living across the jrapcr in stenographic characters legacies to the amount of 9000 left by Benjamin Franklin and John Scott to bo expnded upon public improvements have amounted by investment for nearly t century to about 11000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 17 January 1890

II r Subject What Trouble ls For > etoBSSril K tthrMcJiarohw since I SfV5 lm M nutchas o churh Pot m fflaSi llacceaU U W TtaTSi l l lestroycd and Win IK J S0 a hole Mnntrj it wm ikL lm financial dlstresi yoa ti m W congregation have Sa ttt5 many calamities Now for arrt ame we are oat of debt But we bnDd S ° k 6 hun Jnd iousand dollars to fi2t i T81 a11 a lands to help fcwS S 1f1ca a mw church we mart w if137 doUar ° i Paid I will never CSS 0f chnk debT UhS SSftSL M Jt all onr movemeata and I f5U ° rer again ear the shacilts I have JX dx een years achel aW r to 5009 Sfe people bn < Everybody iSo auT t Sill 2v SP 1 If some man of wealth ° od i1 w p ° e ° < H s fS a western prams wild JS up 5 bub of tt9 carnage wheel SerrSm 1 S stance from anj shelt rS JE Enddea ahower and while the StanSt ftB ° ta te 1 52J Sh W t a utifsl Si iL < of the pectacle are t M stornr raiTo1 SV midnight ftorm bat rain on pansiod 55Va f5 f and SOlden sijhght labeled as containing tears and Marys SS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 17 January 1890

r i i I At m j tgfejii i i b otjrrn s iireiQuig Try rapidly aiv Seasonable Goods Keep Constautl ou Hand a Complcto Lino nns improbable that fttEBs in fr s Mmes Ua ftt esats9 Fffi iiMfli gf oods Odd figures and extra sizes fitted from tli nboc goods and will appreciate tbe patronage WVJvfteji a itat assortment of tho h puulfe Any goods in our liup not kept in jtocU will bo ordered For customers of the ° bo leading Tailoring houses or Of All kinds ot Dress Goods Gents Famishing Goods Notions and loots and Shoes Hats Caps Etc Onr Stock of Now Goods iu Every Department tas never so large and well selected t e show ithout doubt THE FINEST STOCK Ever Brought to San Ssihn And all ore im ited to Inspect our Stock and Get Prices OUR STOCK OF uies and Provisions Crockery and Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete A nice and large lot ofclotkingforMeu JLouths and children now in stock will be sold at a reduction of TwentyFive per cent for the remainder of the season Also a fine line of Boots and Sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 24 January 1890

JnpllTISIXO HATES One inch ie jcar 10 00 Two luchcono year 1800 Thrcelneaone year 2500 Fonrlucls ono year 3000 Ono h column oue year CO 00 One Cimn oiic year 10000 TltilEXT ADVWtTISEMENTf JluO per mcli r liret insertion and 0 cerU per inch ir each subsequent insertion Lavi > Notices 10 cents per line each inseron but no local notice vrill be in sertetlbr less than 50 cents each insertion GSJrECiAL Contracts to cover one yarjan I made with the proptietor at a libfil discount on above local rates Tpnt try to cover to much grantl iu your fanning operations Tbre is about as much sense in plating more land than you can til well as there is a hens trying jatch out fifty eggs ot one set tig I amount of executive ability to bo- n good farmer but each should haye all he can attend to and do it welL Rural World Do not bo afraid of a little fun at home Do not shut np your Louse lest the bud should fade your carpet and your heart lest a laugh should shake down a few of the musty old cobwebs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 24 January 1890

It S100 an 1000 Thi advisabib > UP Flo ote fff for to budd vessels x to engage in the coasting tatW JjTJeing discussed in tint city where it is claimed that all of the materials of con- struction arc as close to hand as the are in Marac In view of the statement from Cape May that a sweet potato three feet six inches long was grown there it wouldn t be al- together surprising if some day vegetables are sold by the foot In Boston during certain months cabbage are sold by weight It las often been reported that tht llritisr srmy is largely composed of undersized boys instead of stalwart met but the returns do not bear out these statements Of 202701 men only 1159f are under nineteen years of age whiU thirtyfour per cent are over five feet eight inches in height The managing director of a big tea dealing firm in London stated that he once saw a lending broker in that city have sixty teas ranging within one pen- ny per pound in value weighed up ir duplicate the 120 pots numbered and mix...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 24 January 1890

< sr J ffl ASIATIC GREW A ISlUTISII SHIP SIANNEn BY SlOIIAMSaEDAK SAIJiOKS Curious Habiliments JTanners ana Customs or an Vast India I Ship Company Abstainer Prom Beef and Iorfc i He IMtiitcitnship Astor 1IaU > ivhich arrived litre a fcw J aS ° t0a Sivcrpool ratita cargo of salt and phos l > btc is tiitfi3 t of Merest Tho cause of ttracUon is the crew of the v3ai one ofthe moet unique seen here for some UrS > tx mopolitan as New Or- leans rightfrnlr Claims to bo The sail- ors in question comprise fortysix Sloham Kaisni whasigannents of white cotton With re3 turi tor headgear contrast stronriywith tK ooppereolored visages of the watrers The weather yesterday wiSnot particularly varra and the sight at work dis tf the craw as tbqrwtre cbargfngffhe ca o in summer attiro SL calculated tjjirfnu a cIliI1 down the back hi he j t indifferent observer The rwcajSmies of the people however arc jjof conSncd exclusiTely to their dress but also apply to their habits and cus- toms which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 24 January 1890

J 1 i 100 anS 1000 T1 P It FATEE ket p > 11 D OLIVES I days ft as Flourvi vi which 1 propo i t J Jg cheat as possible Every sack guunmtcel to make gaffcf bi ead or money refunded Also j Car ILosicL of S L F wluc h I am selling at 150 per sack every sack guaran- teed do weigh 200 pounds My stock of Groceries is complete and at prices that no one can meet who sell on a credit I carry a choice line of Louisiana Sugars and Molasses that I bell at a very close margin I nl o desiro to call tho attention of tin public in general to the fact tliat I Only Sell for Cash or its Equivalent tlier tore my prices are just arlnn as can be inado in this sectioi of the ccuutr ° t- all poods tliat I carry and I will continue to one tho best and most goods for the leas mino itatlcau Call and see me- T 2v CAETEE 1 Z G RAiralilSPIi AT Ol Seasonable Goods Wffl F9J on Hand a Complete Lilo vurnishing Goods Notions o J O rHbcfcofiw Km Wo how Wuliout donbt THEFIN Ever Brought to S r a n- And all arv invite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 31 January 1890

1 ADVERTISING SATES One inch one rear 10 00 Two inchesone ear 1800 Tbrco inches ouo year 2500 Fonr inches one year 3000 Jno half column one year C000 One column one year 10000 Tbaxsiot Ai > vxbtisfiiexts lu0 per inch for first insertion anil 50 certs per inch for each subsequent insertion Local Noiices 10 c nt per line each insertion but no local notice will he in sorted for less than 50 cents each inset tion 0SPEriAL Contracts to cover one year can he made with the proprietor at a liberal disconnt on above local rates Shitting of the Seasons Are the seasons cltauf ng said Sergt Dunn echoing the query Well as to the amount o heat and cold received and dis- tributed over this part of the earth I cannot say that there is very much difference The seasons may vary somewhat but when the end of the year comes around and ve begin to figure on profit and loss of heat and cold it is not of- ten that they do not counterbal ance each other or como close to it How do I determine tho loss of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 31 January 1890

n < oy ° o 8 ET of t30 j + next sea < q Suasion of tbo advisability of snzing Vermont and New Hampshire with Scandinavian immigrants has directed attention to the fact that Maine made a successful venture of this kind twenty years ago The horror which Editor Stead of the Vail Matt Gazette expresses at the idea of anyones going into journalism for the the 3Iamifaetunrf Record that recent practical tests have demonstrated that this straw makes excellent paper mate rial One paper company has gone so far as to order some 3000 or tOOO tons of this straw to further experiment Rice straw may yet prove to be a cotton seed in miniature At any rate the results of these experiments trill be watched with interest The Tankees of Asia as the Japs are sometimes called have been more tor- mented with the disastrous antics of the elements this year than even the Ameri- cans Japan has had a series of earth- quakes and floods and a tidal wave has added hundreds more to the thousands already kill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 31 January 1890

e > m DJL TALMAGE THE BKOOKIiTN DIVINES SDX DAY SE15MOV H 1 > Snljcct I Must A160 Seo Koroc Prcachca at Itomc Italy Tzxr 7 mint also sit Rome Acts 1021 Here hFttuTi itinerary He was a trayel Snor drcnl t preacher Ha had been rnobtwd ana insuHeO and tto more good he did the irorao the world treated Udi But ho went right on Now bo proposes to go to Jerusa- lem and saw After that I must also seo Rome WhT did ho want to visit thl won- derful city in which I am today permitted toeUndr lb jvreach Vka Gospel y n an- swer No doubt of it but there were other reasons why ho wanted to tee Rome A man of Pauls intelligence and classic tasto bad fifty other reasons for wanting to see it Tonr Colosseum was at that time In process of erection and 1 wanted to see it Tho Formu was even then an old structure and tho elomient apostlo wanted to see that budding In which eloquence had no qflcn thundered and wep < i Ojer too Appian Way the triumphal procession lad already marched for hnndrods of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 31 January 1890

ly COOO ADV LH Too worry when the P Too but nale tfie tp DoimS J3 ar up br > mAir Andr accounts pi ice fur the ncx ansas Flour which I propose to sell as cheap as possible Every HP rgntewl to make good bread or money refunded Jb Car Load of SALT Soots AVe sliow t ithout doabt THEFINEST STOCK Ever Brought to San Saba And all are invited to Inspect onrStock and Get Prices OUR STOCK OF groceries and Provisions Crockery and Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete P 1L TAVEC M D OLIVER I A M FAVER W keep a neat assortment of tho above goods and will appreciate the patronage of the poblic Any goods in our lino not kept in stock will be ordered for customers Odd figures and extra sizes fitted from the leading Tailoring houses J B FERGUSON CO DEALERS IN Lumber Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and all kinds of Building Material LOWEST PB1CES FOR CASH FirstClass Rough Lumber at 1S per Thousand Dressed and Matched Flooringat 2250ptr Thousand Also pay highest cash prices for grain and cotton seed A libe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 7 February 1890

J er JLDVEllTIBlNa BATES tch one year 1000 ncbes one year 1800 intbcs one year 2500 Inches one year 3000 pit column onoyesr C000 plamn ono year 10000 txsiEST Advertisements 1u0 per tor first insertion and 50 certs per tor each subsequent insertion al Notices 10 cents per line each lion lint no local notice will be in 1 for less than 50 cents each insertion SrECiAL Coxtracts to cover one can be made with tbo proprietor at iral discount on above local rates How n Blind Man Sees any instances Lave been r Med ring that defection in any one lore of the human senses often Us in developing tbe corre iding inner sense This lias a more frequently observed in 5ons afflicted with loss of sight hearing One of the kind is irestingly described in a late le of the Chicago Herald which safely be taken as one of the t remarkable on record Ir Henry Hendrickson born Norway fortythree years ago jjjjp joo nvPtTin this country ty ybars wasdeprived of sight an six months old He was ed ted at the instituti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 7 February 1890

ftI The no daily conbdn concerning disasters and nt sea The roll of marine fill is a very serious one D A Ifysorn States led Wyoming appears to be the only Ter- ritory which is likely to como into the Cnioa with woman suffrage as a part of iU organic law It has been adoptd as n part of the bill of rights of the pro- posed State It is proposed to bring in a bill a the next session of the British Parliament to put a restraint on improvident marriages the great proportion of such marriages being maac by those under twehtvflve years of age An original genius writes to the New York World that the licking of postage stamps out be avoided by licking the upper right hand corner of an envelope thin place the stamp on the moist place and press it down with a blotter There was a time and that not very long ago when about onethird the British army were Irishmen It is other- wise now The annual report lately is- sued by the CommanderinChief shows that the ratio of Englishmen in the army bout ten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 7 February 1890

< St jffOKTENEGEO OPMOUNTAINS AND IVAIt A LAND LIKE IKOMili JsWUso for Cowards In TiiatCountry The Monastrr ° f Cetttnjo LlglitEnnlsiimcnt for KllUJSaTnrfe 1 Tlie trawler tvIio coming from tlic Wot larnUat Cuttaro in Montenegro and looVs aamnd bim fancies that he mustbodtcanunff The miat caprices of Swiss mountain scenery are hero sur rosscd JEfeijtliing seems fantastic and Vbnlt cW 1 footligUta and to find amammplurtam slowljr descendrng the scene over Xo vthicH and few beast of burden The ronteuegrin is too busy ecn maktuj torcake roads but ho does war S their notcwkfprwtBWl hMsiw they am and make war tin the not batrjjupu AU coods heavy and light which enter tno little pnacipabty are borne in on the bacls of ra n and women Some rears ago the Prince ordered a large bil liard table the Srst that had ever en- tered the country for uso in the pal- ace The peasan warrior were so aston- ished at th < advent of this new piece of furniture1 flat they ranged themselves be sidfttneia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 7 February 1890

J Thci n W r < vo V Wc how without doubt UoJw5 rlsntat Iti rather Its brofrs willJ 3fcorn Its tick fa gr 3Utrai The drculaticj i TbojTn bsas Flonr winch X propose to sell asfciieap is possible Every sack guaranteed to make good bread or money refunded Also iiCar IjOSicL ox SAXr wluchI am selling at 150 per tack every sack guaran- teed to weigh 200 pounds My stock of Groceries is complete and at prices that no one can meet who sell on a credit I carry a choice line of Louisiana Sugars and Molasses that I sell at a very close margin I also desire to call the Bttcnton of tbo public iu general to tho fact tliat I Only Sell for Cash or its Equivalent bo maJo in this oectiou of Ibe c o tall arlow can rjry rdbro prices arc jnst as t my for tbo leas wS lbit ibo best and moat goods all I carry and I will continue to Rive monoy ttat I can Call and see mo easonble Goods ISSR li i Ti ffif Farmers are busv 0 THE FHfESTSTOjCK Ever Brought to San Saba And all arc invited to Inspect oar StocV an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 14 February 1890

T ADYEUTISIKG SATES Oudneb oue year 1000 Tw j inches one j ear 1800 Tbrk luchea one year i00 Forfinclieg one year 30UO Ooejhalf column ono j ear COOO Onecolamnone year 10000 TUxsiext ADVESTisnjrasTS JloO per ioclifor first insertion and 50 certs > cr iocff for each tnhseqnent insertion IJdcil Xoiicrs 10 cents per line each insertion but no local notice will be in Beted Tor less than SO cents each insertion rySPEciAL Contracts to cover one year can be made with the propiietor at a liberal discount on above local rates ilcrmosa New Mexico Editor San Saba News I taken up my pen with the have iiiten for sending us the San Saba News I assure you after so long an ab scence its familiar pages were like the smiling faco of and old friend anil causedthe mind Jo revert back with a longing and something akin to a homesick feeling toward is rented for a school honse court house and dancing hall where the old as well as the young partici- pate in the giddy whirl and even mothers with babes at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 14 February 1890

V V 9 0 tf which I > rops tn sella 19 i wh uh I am selling at SI50 per sj teed t i w igh 200 pounds jYcr is complete and at pnce 4 c edit Itonpp Ice American nation uses more soap per capjfa than any other on the globe Where the English uses four pounds per head wo uso five and a half No other nation uses over three pounds to our five Italy usee least of all and Russia beats hereby by a few ounces Cremation is coining more and more into vogue in Germany in spite of the expense and certain legal difficulties which render its performance in some parts almost an impossibility At Gotha no fewer than one hundred bodies have been cremated during the present year Hiss Mamie Jsdeli a dashing Missouri young woman of twentytwo years has just been married to Jesse Fovel of Calhoun County 111 Mr Povel who is seventynine years of age was compelled to give Ids bride 100000 in securities and money Miss Isdell who was edu- cated In a convent is a very beautiful girl The groom has grandchildren o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 14 February 1890

025 < s b3 ° r Mm db talmge THE BKOOIOiTN DIVIN17S SUN DAT fiKltMON Subject Pauls Mission in Athens vreaclie < l Athens GreeocO neari eaiio ear dott ConntUSBS Both these Sentea written by the most Uar ft all the world tbty bad heard songs Coaling from morning porbcos and melting la even- ing grove they had passed their wMHe ires among pictures and scvlprJreaad architect- ure nnd Carinthh brass which had been toolded uB shaped until there was bo chancS wheel in which ithed net sped tsd no tcwerin which it had not glittered and ro gslewav thutti had not adortai Ah it was r bokf tilingffflrl1 tostand there amid ail that and My Ill thia is nothing These scunds at cosie from the temple of Neptune are nfc music compared nith the harmonies of which I Speak These waters raphing in the basin of Pyrena are not pure These I not strong compared wilh that which I offer to tire poorest gave tkifpnts down his bur den et toe hratea gste Ton Corinthians JhmkUusis arola ttt atyvou thmk von wive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 14 February 1890

ft OnritBctjofiNeT Coou We shoj tvithoutrdonlt 1 IT FATEB r rlA 3E1 or STOC qflr sSS lies teed to weigh 200 pounds My stock of Groceries i < complete and at prices that no one can meet who sellon a credit I cany a choice line of Louisiana Sugars and Molasses that I sell at a very close margin I also deslro toeall the attention of tlio puttie in general to tlio fact that I Only Sell for Cash or its Equivalent therefore my prices sic just arlnw as can be made in this sectioi of the country o all poods tliat 1 carry and I will contiune to give the best aud nust goods for the leas money tint I con Call and see roe 0T 3X CAETEB BAWD DISPI AY OF easonable Goods M well eeccretlis E vei Bronghi to San Saba And all arc invited to Inspect onr Stock and Get Prices OUR STOCK OF Groceries ami Provisions Crockery and Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete s D OLIVER A M FAVFJt DEATEBS IX Clothing Soots9 Hats iiml Gents9 Fnriiishing CUmmIs Y keep a near assortment of the above goods and will appreci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 21 February 1890

H < ADVERTISING SATES One inch one year 1000 Two inchesone year 1800 Throe Indies oue year 2o00 Eonrinches one year 3000 I aeualf column onoyear COOO One column one TltANSlEXT ADVEBTISEltEJrrS 100 per inch for first insertion and 00 cecta per inch for each subsequent Insertion XoCAiNoilCES lOctntspcr line each insertion but no local uotico will be in- serted for less than 50 cents eachinseitioc EySrECiAi CosTnACrs to coTer one year can be made with tbe proprietor at a liberal discount on above local rates Financial Statement Showing the Expenditure Re ceipts Assets nun Liabiliius of San Saba county for the Quarter Ending December 31 1889 BO4 Tort 31 SB IX war ADacean J as RsTllfcr IIJ Mooro A H Kelley WWiUrtin AZ > Grxa SEEoirard J KPolk Total paid cat ox Treasurers Conun Total paid out of t AlWcsjaa A Meets 8 B IlawarJ CUrk Courts lie John UcXenna JBFarz C V7L0BC JETeraor SBrmsrd S B Howard John Seiders FlordSbockACo EXHIBIT A List of names of parties to whom Honej has beep p...

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