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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 21 February 1890

y It baa been calculated that if the United States cruiser Texas should be constructed according to the present dc ignt she would be sixteen inches further under wafer than tho plans contemplate thus rendering a great part of her armor a useless burden Ex lordMajor Whitehead of London is a clever man He is the only English- man who was benefited by the Shah of Persias recent visit Whitehead who was then LordMayor refused to give the Shah a banquet unless he was prom- ised a baronetcy lie gave the entertain- ment and is now Baron Whitehead When the youthful rule of the Chinese Empire was compelled to marry a cer- tain daughter of a high caste nobleman recently he kicked most vigorously but his royal mamma persisted and was suc- cessful Now the little fellow has as- serted his prerogative and he vehemently refuses to see cither his mother or his wife According to tho New York Tribune the paupers of the Blockley Almshouse Philadelphia cant complain that their lives arc monotonous While...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 21 February 1890

vf T Subjects TIio Birthplace or Sewing Societies Preached at Joppa Tbxi And all the trufouu stood by him 1 f < 7 > ff and sioietnjr ai and oar 2rt ° Do ul vhlle she tvas fi Uem Aets to rfrt H ot PP1 Impssea as I < your town who v ycu neighborhood cannot make mef iSfJ ° L X nwgniftceilt cbarftfs f ij eeutttriej waj started in tins sesfrfrt by r P > a oman with her needle cmSroider J ner name tneffaceably m tbe txaeScence tanner by thename r O T > of Simon Peter urges his way through th crowd around the door and stands in the presence of the dead What expostulation and grief all about him Here stand some or tin poor people who show the irarments which this poor woman had made for them Their grief cannot be appeased The apostle Peter wants to perform a mira- cle He will not do it amidst the excited crowd so he fcuva irder3 that the whole b byitiflndthrouch it the mansion of Toj3 uavf beea constructed Amidst the rreat t triumphs in all I that there were some ons unjustly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 21 February 1890

The r M FAVER U D OUVER Fay si Oliver Jfo maidens read together lll ia the Autumn tune fi littla lovesick poem Some bumble poets Theme Or lanced j X 7 for rue next 2ir days Lsas Flour whiili I propose to sell as clump as possible Every sack guaranteed to make good bread or money refunded Also A Car XioacL of SAXjT vliich I am selling at 150 per sack 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 lina of Louisiana Sugars aud Molasses that I sell at a my close margin I also desire to call the attention of tlio public in general to the fact that I Only Sell for Cask or its Equivalent tbireforo mj prlcesarejust arlow as can bo made in this section of the cenntry o t- all goods tliat I carry and I will contiuno to give tho best and roost goods for the leas oiney ttat I can Call and see me- T 2u m CASCTeE3 OFle Goods Pitt UBJs Keep Cons Of All kinds ol Dress Goods v Hoots and Shoes Oar ...

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

y ADVERTISING RATES Ons loch one year 1000 Two niches ono J ear 1800 Three inches oue year 2500 Jour inches one year 3000 Onehalf column one year 000 Ouo colnmu ono year 10000 Thaxsiext Advkhtiekmests 1u0 per Inch far first Insertion and 60 certs per nch fcr each subsequent Insertion Local Notices 10 eints per line each Esertion but no local notice will be in trted for less than SO cents each insertion- S SrEciAL COSTBACTS to cover one ear can be made with tho proprietor at liberal diaconnt on above local rates The worlds fair will be held at Jhicago in 1892 An international dam is to be ionstruted across the Bio Grande it or above El Paso Lookout for noro Johnstown horrors Sam Tones is stirring up the jevil doers at Tyler Sam always draws a crowd and is commended and condemned alternately The cry of western Texas is give us railroad of eastern Texas give us power to regulate the roads we have SanJSaba is in the west Sheriffs generally seem to be opposed to the reflection of He Call...

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

I b < 4 cfThe The Lremarkaw republic are said to have 1 there during the exhibition rbnLrrSSivi pS a m In 6n Sibfc to fro Hffasb door ay to the higfac yul XtfS > to etUe J At fTciman Joun > rosttrJCoih do v do- = ll r y Mrs Triads JHUojV1 RdtaelW 1 TVjekbjrvrA Brown J iJ Conway LT130 a 1th kThc Norwegians are said to be tho livcd peoplo in the world Offi Llatistics show that the average ilura tio f life jn Norway is 1833 for the tiam MiHffc30 for the women and4977 for both sexes The new flags which are now ustd by the present Government of Brazil were ordered in Paris last rammer and many 3k Cigarettes aro dangerous even to fullsL men APhUadeiphianthutyfiviS jIS vas recently sent to tv usca by JtaoKing cigarettes A Chicago man is being denounced in old type as a hog because he wont r sell to the city of Sacramento Cal tho site of the blockhouse built by Captain John A Sutter seven years before the discovery of gold there The Sacra- mento folks want it for a memorial park A ...

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

KM p V < y 1 s I V hC 1 X l E I W DJf TllK HBODKCVN JBAX SCIMIQ Subject The Stormy Preached at Capcmauu the noir Land U Tests Yi cTtti into a shCp and lrwtf occr ffte sea toward Capernaum 1 John vi 17 Vital II arose and rebuked the triad and Vie tea Karfc iv 39 Hero In this seashore village was the tem- porary home of that Christ who lor the most part of His life was homeless On he Kte of tuts Tillage now ia rains and all around thU late what scenes of kindness tad power and glory and pathos when our lord lived here It has been the wish of Hy life I cannot s y the hope for I never ex- pected the privilege to stand on the loiks of Galilee What a solemnity and what a rapture tolifbaie I oan now understand the feeling of the immortal Scotchman ltooert Mcvheyne when sitting on the baak of this lake ho wrote It is cpt tht the wiM ffzeCe Cornea down to dries thy tide Bat He last was piercea1 to save from hell Oft wandered by thy aide Graceful aroand thee the rooaatalns meet Tnon cslsi ...

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

J of kremwkat kTho Kb 1 oy snaking cj A caicago man is 1 l d type as a ho s < city of site of the bio Ui John A Sutter sc corery 0 Rod mento folks Aromanti in Hungary ieminary t and flta orwjians are said to bo tho itIiveU people in the vo Id Offi atisfies show that the arcago dura life in Korwaj is 48 13 for the larJ 30 for tho women and4977 for both eexes The new flags which arc now used by the present Government of Brazil were ordered in Pans last summer and many of the phns for the declaration of th6 > republic are said to hare been discussed kthero during the exhibition Cigarettes aro dangerous ercn iojff tS f < Z ffleo A Philadelphian t ecently nt toJ lrovUAo fe go DEALERS IN iaer Shingles > erufcntiary3 came Jgr Thc geuerj iioa > i + I Bsddo thalocm of Ufa I stand Aadratchthabasysnnttbgo 3 thread I hold within mX hand Huptaefilhng strand on strand dP my fingers through and so web of mine fills ont apace o I stand ever in my place no the woof is smooth and fine ...

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

JDVEIITISING BATES One inch one year J1000 JTwo inches one year 1800 Tlirce inches one year 2500 Four inches one year 3000 fZf Onu half column oneyear 6000 One column one year 10000 TRANSIENT ADYKBTISEMEXTS 1110 per iucli for firBt insertion and 50 cer tn per inch for each siibsuqacnt insertion Local Not ices 10 ceota per line each insertion but no local notice will be in- serted for less than 0 cents each insertion Ej Siecial contracts to coyer one lpear can he made with the proprietor at a liberal discount on above local rates The comms will show Texas to have 300000 inhabitants Lampasas wants the State Dem- ocratic convention nnd the inter- state drill Stanleys most striking feature is his eye The mans power over his fellows is in his glance Between five hundred and six hundred patents are granted at Washington every week Jake Kilrain tho pugilist has been sentenced to six months im prisonment by the higher courts of Mississippi Galveston is enjoying a real tboom and real estate ...

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

of wai r A beUcT idea if < tj size ma be gainra by c imriin t urea for ix ample with the Sur o P b C aroliiw It cm era nearly us uunj square miles V weJ a wo I ndon luurualist real- izing the Lift isii ho ordinary profession in England are greatly overcrowded i having lus eUt t son educated to be a coo Tu > has been trained bj a fa mom cnLfrf tfie Grand Hotel Paris unci later terved for three years to 31 Char pealier chefof the Savoy Hotel Lon- don H The restriction of suffrage in Brazil to those who can read ajd write makes the number of voters small It is easier however to enlarge than restrict and the New Orleans TimetIk miterat thinks that the making of the franchise depend- ent upon a certain measure of education can hardly fail to stimulate the people to the acquisition of learning The Ionian steamship City of Paris which sailed from New York for Liver- pool recently carried more than 900 pas- sengers intruding those in the steerage The agent of the vessel said that this...

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

< z ias J IGKAv THE TV An 01 < l Poetic Fancy by Vigurcs Tliat Aro G Together in a Clear licturcsqnc Manner That the world is not a vast cemetery deep laid with human bones is evident from the fallowing Article by William C Prime LIjD in the New York Journal cf Commerce Again and again this old poetic fancy of the earth as one great cemetery buried several times deep with dead men and women and children has been refuted by figures But great is error and will pre- vail unless the truth be well and stead- ily upheld The population of the earth is now about one thousand five hundred millions Suppose the human race to have existed for COOO years and to have been always as great as now la COOO years you have sixty centuries In each century you may count three generations of mankind or lbO generations in all each being a generation of one thousand five hundred millions Now lay out a cemetery for one generation It will bo a huge esti mate to give to every man woman and child a stave ...

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

A wellknown London journalist rtil izing the fact that the ordinary prok spions in England are greatly overcrowded ic having his eldest son cduca Sou3 cSetof Cv r later served for this 1 and forward the rocker goes Wafting the baby to sweet repose Jose to the cradle the mother croons laby roclcaby nursery tunes fly singing she patiently tries Uo bring to the babys eyes Jlincte by minute the evening flits 1 in the chair she drowsily sits jJootilng and rubbing the aching gums tZ for slumber that never comes yjSlJg the baby that fretful lies rilling the room with its nervous cries of wai r A bei nr idea if < u if ma bo gainri by c impi in0 tU art1 a fol ex- ample w jx the R jr < t s jth f arc ma ItcjvcrsniariT as oi a jre miles Theory with watching the mother sings Tooing the god with the leaden wings B3oftcrand softer the ditty grows STow the little ones eyelids close mklig at last into dreamland deep E Jfothcr and baby are fast asleep Rnping that chaff Even G jeving Andjc Phila...

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

3 I r 3jng4tJ Olio inch ouojenr T > inobra ou u ear Hue i m msh o jeur I onr jcN < um Vir > t onm f itlmu n ear I ORIENT Al KittJaBMKNTR 1U0 per mri liu Ur t inreriiti anil 50 certs per iucli fur each fmbseqnjtit insertion liOCALNoiicES IOitntspcr lino each insertion but no Ioc uotico nil he in- serted Tor less than if cents each insertion ySpecial CoxfltACTS to co er one year can lit maile uTili thit proprietor at a liberal discount < ij l > ve Imal rates of Newport which embraces some of the finest fnrms in the state is also inundated The loss in New- port is very heavy regardless of th loss of business A Helena special to the Appeal says Tho river rose four inches during tho last twentyfour hours and is now four feet below high water mark Mr J B Miles an authority on river rmttors says The present indications are that the river will go to or over high nater of JfiSL = foitiieichtf at one inrli at this place nnd will probably be at least one foot aboTG that at Friar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 21 March 1890

El 439 army of vIE5 and the remainder noiS ccrs and privates The first thing Explorer Stanley did when he reached the coast of Africa was to ask for files of newspapers for the past three years The worlds history for that period was a blank to him and ho vriU have to do some hard reading in order to understand the situation One method of preventing fires seems to hare been overlooked in the discussion which has followed the disasters in Lynn Boston and Minneapolis It is the French regulation which mikes a tenant or houseowner financially responsible for damage by fires that spread beyond his premises j The flag of the three Americas which floats over the headquarters of the Con- fer c at Washington has a blue field ii ntal with our eagle guarding the Western Hemisphere surrounded by a symbolic wedding ring while the back- ground is formed by golden stars ar- ranged in the form of a southern cross It is estimated that our American tour- ists in 18S9 spent ninety million dollars in Eu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 21 March 1890

s < s = = saw v i r MENAGERIE FOOD rr COSTS COXSIDEItABIiE TO FEED WILD AS1SIAUS Worn Out Olrl Horse Malto Sonrntu ons Meals for Moris Tigers and OUierCarniTorse Elepliants and Montejs Diet It cost 15000 a year simply to feed tho animals in tho Central Park Menag- erie said Dr Conklin tho Superin- tendent to a New Tork Keas reporter and ho had the figures to proTe it These are a few of them Hay 160455 pounds 1257 com 554 bushels 353 oats 390 bigs of 78 pounds each 183 fish 4950 pounds 247 milk 2Mf quarts 203 bread 27676 pouads 691 bird seed 2S bushel3f54 apples 84 barrels 262 carrots 34 barrels S2 cabbage 1500 105 and miscellaneous food 282 t besides this 72 were paid for medi- cine 160for 10 tons of peatmoss for bedding and 250 for 156 horses This last item of cxpenso will probably seem to tho reader to bo the strangest ono of the entire list Horses that cost less than 2 each cannot bo very valuable And yet for such purposes as Dr Conklin buys horses they are as valuable as any ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 21 March 1890

cs Absolutely Pure ASK p < i luimunnlei air rTiriu a arwl orpnnlv HTOEtii mil vhiiloomenea Mm rconnmical Ihan tlm onunarjklndi anil cannot to olil in rammUtin wllh tli mnlitiiil ol low l hi uliort irdHlt alnnl ph liati nowdein Sold onlv 100 Wall SL X YOBk > MARLINS DOUBLE ACTION AUTOMATIC EJECTING REVOLVER i TorbnuuMpfinish sad wearier of etiootloc eo cad 19 cone WRITE US for lufonnjoton AH lnqitr answered prompU T Your dealer joa oar rtfiti For < description f the best ins lifci la the world if iUnlr edCtosue J > I fAHLlH FIRE RHS CO < EW HAVEN CONN U S A LYMAHS PAT RIFLE SIGHTS Are Unequalled both for Hunting and Target Shooting IDEAL BtlOMSIXa TOPIS rrmni RIFLES Pistols ardShot Cuns EcsTiyrnrWottiii 6 i4 for Mhntraltil DctctipUToB Cgcnur s IDEAL HFG CO ScrrEiTEJiCcia Bnrl for CataJojruc A showing Sight and JUit of latest design Asdetss TYM LY3IAN JIMdlefleld Ct IIETH fan hurt ij nl Anv VE c cOITOR PROPRIETOR T hf MULL h > i ffcl Mf W StHlll 1 t ilM ua 11 n t it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 28 March 1890

OnoTncbjoug car QJjjETircOTliniu one fear fcOT oJuiiju uiie jcur < t 10 00 IS 00 a oo 50 uo GO oo loooo TBissiKXT aDrtirrtsKJiENTsSloO per Incl for first insertion and cherts per inch for each MiWrjucnt iuserfu JUKUI Not lets 10 cents po llu6 eMU insertion but no local notice u > u strtwj f r less than CO cents tfh ius < ttion t SrEi ii Contracts P wer one jr ai uin Ik ii ml wjU tlnjproptetnr at a liWrll dincount uu aboePsal rates yosed to make Ifclo Sam the Ufit oducationalifair was de fifil by tho senate Good Ineral Crook tie distinguished liau fighter an more recently inlander of th department of s6ar7 died at Chicago Friday 3amiXhl6nio iff still working to Sure the statofdemocratic nomi hng contention TJio cradle of sasjiiberty should be honored thiffbmlfe i fa Thf boomers of the Cherokee rip could find plenty of cheap nds inlTexas and no presiden il proclamations would cause em uneasiness here A now contrivance has been ap liedto watches called an ap aintmentrerainder ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 28 March 1890

to the poseit5ie J read of lcp ized conntrics This alalut to show itself in England more especially and to some extent lias been expressed by physicians of our own country It is believed that the largest farm un- der cultivation in this country belongs to Colonel John W Bookwalter of Ohio The farm is rn the Nebraska line south of Beatrice and the Kansas City Wyan- dotte and Northwestern road runs through it It contains nearly 13000 acres cov- ering twentysquarejniles all under ex- cellent state of cifigjlion Our four new States aro healthy well grown children Washington contains an area of 33726400 acres and has a population of 275000 Montana con- tains 93263600 acres with a population of 183306 North Dakota embraces 45696000 acres with a population of 271000 and South Dakota has an area of 4970SSO0 acres with a population of 379000 The United States set the great ex- ample in the eighteenth century of re- publican government by organized action of the people France following the ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 28 March 1890

I CHILDREN AT SEAT HOW TIIE LITTLE PEOPLE FAKE ABOAKD SlIIF One Captain AVho Thinks Theyre Salfcr There Than on Shore Sailors Like to See Them About There are some shore folks who dont feem to think Im doing the right thing m taking m amily to sea said a sea Captain who i cvo in carrying his home with hinjggnjcver ho goes They say that I mWCTcnough off to have a home lor my wife and children on shore Per haps thats true But when they say that my children would be a great deal better ofl on shore than they are at sea I just take the liberty of differing with them i My wife had just as leavo live at sea ns on shore She gets tired of the sea sometimes but when were In port I always take her for a run on Bhore and before were through with it she gets tired of that too The children like go fng ashore when we get into port but then theyre always glad of it when we come to go back to sea Thetwoyoungert ones never seem to care when it storms ilrae my girl thats twelve years old gets S littl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 28 March 1890

j possible Jffc < aT Aantncs Absolutely Pure mi let CD g Ol IDEAl RElOADWa T0ni83fla rGBAix RIFLES Pistols oadShotCuns EOT it to Wnmn > Send fiSTlhtiUsaa IrtasifUre 55 CO tbe month ccd for CatalOjruo A bo toi Sights and Riaeaof latest design ABOMsa WM IYHAN HIMlcficld Ctr IDEAL KFS F e ioho swanaCM It fair fs r T3R i PROHBETOR ji < jom lull i i Ulli St In S mil i > iel 1 1 i o i 1 CMl II < loi I tris i iiiHi 111 lvbwu Siiiuln iiimn m i lili 1 ° k Mtl iilMSiurfHiiiH mihIh iimriiiif wleMuinj KoWM lifiiaiut rasto > uudi School en > Snmlaj morning it liiilt past 9 oclock CATHOLIC rather McJIahon illrnn duct services it the resilience of Sir Ld Cjiuibil the lirst Snnilnj in each alter Ladies of all deuoimnntiouB will nm a cordial w elconie at these meeting TOWN AND COUSTKl March 281390 Fine spring weather Grnss is growing nicely Gardens are flourishing The wheat crop promises woll Farmers are cheerful and hap py New spring goods continue to arrive Job work has kept u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 4 April 1890

ADVERTISING EATES OdoIdcI out jear 1000 Two mcnes one ear 1600 Threniuches 0110 year 2500 Tour incuts one year 3000 One half columuoueyear COOO Ono colamnoue year 10000 ToixaiEXT AtoVEimsminNTS 1U0 rier inch for first insertion and 50 ccrta per inch for each subsequent insertion Local Noiices 10 cents per line each insertion but no local notice will be in- serted for less than SO cents each insertion- S SrECJAL Cokthactb to cover one year can bt > made with the proprietor at a liberal discount on above local rates A Cyclone In Kentucky Xouisyille Ky March 23 i a m Shortly after 9 oclock to iniRht a tornado swept over this tcity wrecking 200 or 300 houses and killing 200 people Tho wind came from the southwest The Union depot at the footofSorenth street was lifted from its founda- tion and turned over into the rag- ing torrent of the Ohio river A train of cars making up for the Louisville Southern rood went ae front where it was supposed a renter crowd was gathered As oohSs the ro...

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