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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 4 April 1890

V t I L In 1842 wliat is now known as sin tfluema was known then as TyletCs grip Tyler was President of the itJnitcd States and just after ho vetoed jthe United States Bank bill this epidemic swept over the country and Iwas called Tylers grip Tho records of deaths in the city cf New York show that thero were killed iby street cars during the year 1888 64 persons by omnibuses and wagons 55 and by illuminating gas 23 making the Slumber killed by the electric current 5 insignificant compared with the deaths of individuals from any of the other causes named The total ecli I the sun recently iwas observed by the United States sci- entific expedition at St Paul de Loanda Iwest coast of Africa Seventy pictures were taken before and forty after totality jThe sky was clear during the first part jof the eclipse but afterward obscured jThe observations were considered to be jfairly successful I It will be news perhaps to many that ithe consumption of pig iron in this country is greater than in...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 4 April 1890

< ar J f A RET DR TALMGE SUNDAY T11E BltOOKIiYX DIVINES DAY sniuiox Subject Saved J aW lttos kite TVs JPrJached in Pari France Jorum lister of Jtaiia took Joash Vie family including her own grandchildren whole land Is under tha great horror a fleet footed woman a clergymans wife Jehosheba by name stealthily approaches the Im- perial nursery seizes upon the grandchild that had somehow as yet escaped massacre lest she be discovered in this Christian abduction Get her out of the way as quick as you can for she carries a precious burden even a youty K3n With this youthful prixe she presses into the room of the ancient temple the church of olden time unwraps the young T lng ana puts him down sound asleep as he Is and unconscious of the peril that has been threatened and therefor six years ho Is secreted In that church apartment Meanwhile old Athaliah smacks her lips with satisfaction and tMw that all the royal familv are dead But the six years expire anditis now time for young Joash t...

Publication Title: San Saba News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 4 April 1890

a c a yea sec the UARUN jSAFETY MODEL 18891 WDER Absolutely Pure 1 bi iu varies A marvel of purilv powiler rrnlli Mil irholoMmionoM iloro rcononikal Ulan the ordinary ltnd n4 euimt lie solil IE roBinelltlon witli lUe muuituaa of low teat start vclshtalain er phosphate powdera Sola only ineSL EOYlLBiKIxi rOWDEECO 106 Wall St NEW Touk XJ1 SOLID TOP RECEIVER Excluding U dirt cr tioUt nrt free tie loefc LQAOIHG EJECTIHG from the Mc mwmj tma tef ceof the ibootcr Weigh isg but 6 POUNDS Md a model cf jm mrtrruidbeftntr flbooti with greater ACCURACY than tny other Voo mmm MODEL81 fiPEAT RS MODEJ SJ RE PEATEp5 LATEST MODEL 1839 I71ARLIN i SAFETY REPEATING iFLE fj tufcff thefts ndUWIactetfer cirtrtdffW lUTlaf MODEL 31 fiEPEATERS eoudtsn callbrea tOKTRWECTOBT BTEOSa 8H0OTW3 THE BALLARD tin remains Ine l t ibootinc rifle la the world MARLINS DOUBLE ACTION AUTOMATIC EJECTING D REVOLVER > y la worksusblp flattb and iccaitcj of ihootlac we oud to aone WRITE US Ior tnfcnaatlca All Inqulr lei tar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 11 April 1890

f > VERTISIXG KATES One incbW Tear 1000 Two tncljsone year 1800 Three inhpg one year 2300 Iourlncja one year 3000 Oncuall > olumaoneyear C000 One colisnpone year 10000 Tiuxt sxr Adveotiskmesto lu0 per Inch for ret Insertion and 50 certs per inch for cu snbsenucnt insertion libciOiiCES 10 cents per line each ineertinf but no local uotice trill be in- serted Ci less than 50 cents each iusei tion KTclfciAL Coxnucrs to cover one year cJ lit made vritb the proprietor at a libendiscouut on above local rates TNDER WATER Artjnsns CHj Inandnled from right to fen FeelIntense Excitement NfV Orleans La April 4 A special from Arkansas City receiv- ed re a lato hoar last night says Antther wind and rainstorm raged hea Wednesday night Bain poared down all night About 1 ortock several strong blasts of iviid in rapid succession severely tejted the strength of every house in town and brought their occu ptnts out of their beds For sev- eral minutes it looked as though thaiosawsvould bo blown awo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 11 April 1890

N School boys genera ly sympatBBTwith one of tneir number who is subjected to the tea hrr s rod but in a school at Marysville Cal the other day a lad undergoing punishment struck the teacher a woman when the other boyt pounced upon him and gave him a severe drubbing When someone mentioned the name of Boulanger in the presence of Henry jr Stanley the explorer asked Who is Boulanger I never heard of him before This illustrates how brief a career some noted men may have Stanley was in the wilds of Africa for less than three yearr and in that time Boulanger rose from obscurity to the greatest notoriety in France ITdropped back to hii original obscurity again Well might Stanley ask the question A Missouri Judge has made the sur- prising discovery that in order to be eligible to jury duty in Missouri it is not necessary that the party summoned should be twentyone rears of age A gentle- man whose son aged twenty was in- cluded in a list of persons eligible for jury duty went to Judge Withr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 11 April 1890

A m OCEAN HAE VEST sAjATHERINO SBAWECD ON THE i BRITISH COAST An Occupation in Which Thousands of 1eoplo Are Engaged Burn InS ho TVeeil Into Kelp ftp Commercial TJsea i A By far ftelargcr portion of the eeaweed EBTesf along the coasts of Scotland Ire- land nd adjoining islands cornea ashore injhe early spring and m the late fall The fall harvest together with that which winter Vi i suffered in most localities to lis inPjehed on the beach until it has beeupMH out to es Saln ant l ° st iar plt is only the spring crop which receives special care Thousands ot women and children and a small sprin- kling of men maybe seen fleeting to the beach during the month of May armed witlfrukes and wheelbarrows or driving low carts whose wheels are made broad enough to preTent their sinking in the sand The wet weeds are raked into piles And carried either by barrow or cart to a conveniently Bafe distance from the waters edge Usually a sheltered nook is chosen if near at hand and in it13 stored a gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 11 April 1890

BootiSu Our tt 1 shoes lock ut Now Goods in I crjTl5KUiiiit ni MILLIN Clothing iHtg9 I t the people Irito Y iiliu Lm < id Ooods Notions and H ts Caps Etc r do large hwi Well selctUtl n t illioul donbr THE FINEST STOCK Ever Brought to San Saba Vml all an iu > ited to Inspect cur Stuuk ami Get Irioet > OUR STOCK OF Groceries and Provisions Crockery and Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete Tam how receiving a nice line of Spring and Summer Goods consisting of Clothing Boots and Shoes for men youths and boys also a full line of staple and fancy gro- ceries crockery glassware tinware and many other things of daily use in every household in which 1 offer great in- ducements for cash only A car of salt just arrived 150 per back guaranteed to weigh 200pounds per sack 1 have laid in a neat line of millinery goods consist- ing of the latest styles of hats for ladies misses and child- ren They will be found just up stairs over the front of my business house and are in charge of Miss Addi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 18 April 1890

= a ADVERTISING HATES iDtsb ouojear 1000 t incbesona jear 1800 so inches oa year 2500 r inches one year 3000 half column one year C0O0 columnone year 10000 USSIEST AbVKKTIBEMKNTS 100 per I for first insertion and 50 certs per i for each subsequent insertion OCAt Notices 10 ctnts per line each rtion bnt no local notice will ho in- fill for less than DO cents each ineei tion Special Contracts to cover one r can he made with the proprietor at > eral discount on above local rates V J E YEKN0B Proprietor YOLUME XYI THE LAND OF SPRINGS I Declined to Be The Garden Spot of Texas SAN SABA COUNTY Iu preparing a description of aur beautiful country Wo trill take tho liberty to quote from the official work of Col tL W Spaight entitled Besources of tho Soil and Climate of Texas A work gotten up with great caio and edited with much ability This country is in North latitude 31 dcg 15 and in East mgit < l DO cleg 45 San Saba the county seat is about 90 iiles Northwest of the city of Austin Ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 18 April 1890

eohtry TmganjCSi has for years bt WK chicf source of slaves A French electrical journal estimates that the total length of the telegraph wire including submarine cables of the world in use at the present time exceeds half million miles Fourfifths of the land wires are In Europe and America All the submarine cables together give a length of 80050 miles Idaho is making strenuous efforts to secure admission To the Union But the New York Telegram thinks that Idaho ought i Nmade to wait a little longer Tho votffig population of the Territory is about 15000 asagainst 45000 for Wash- ington 40000 for Montana 41000 for North Dakota and 70 000 for South Dakota A bridge across tho English Channel is not among the improbabilities of the future The project is pronounced feas- ible bj competent engineers and a lato uumbcrofthe Scientific American con- tains the plansand estimates for such a structure which were discussed at a meeting of the Iron and Steel Institute at Paris during the past year ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 18 April 1890

COAST SENTINELS DfronarATioN about Ameri- can iiiGirriiotJsns The Different rtaildliiRS anil Iiamps Xotablo Aincricnn liighthonsca CfumberofFersons Employed and the Cost of 3Iafntenanco 1 The latest report of the United States Lighthouse Board give for this country alono the following grand showing of our f St sentinels In 18S8 there were 2230 tilted and 4696 unlighted aids rn grand total of 6920 aids to nr siiou consisting of lighthouses graded from the first to tho sixth order lightships fog signals day beacons and iraoys of every description Tho report further goes on to state that in the con- struction care and maintenance of these various aids are employed twentyseTca vessels which are used in tho construc- tion of the different works and in carry ing supplies the service also giving employment in different capacities of light keepers crows of lightships and laborers to 3032 jieople As it was found necessary that each signal should present something peculiar to itself that woul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 18 April 1890

We jIijw tnJjoat doubt DEALERS tS Is jUois anil IInls Caps Etc Our itockflBW HWi cry l BiS rif ami well lected THE FINEST STOCK Ever Erouglii to San Saba Ami all arv id itod to lm > pcit oar StocV ami Get Prices OCR STOCK OF Groceries and Provisions Crockery and Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete I am now a nice line of Spring and Summer receiving Goods consisting of Clothing Boots and Shoes for men youths and boys also a full line of staple and fancy gro- ceries crockery glassware tinware and many other things of daily use in every household in which I offer great in- ducements for cash only A car of salt just arrived 150 per sack guaranteed to weigh 200 pounds per sack I have laid in a neat line of millinery goods consist- ing of the latest styles of hats for ladies misses and child ren They will be found just up stairs over the front of my business house and are in charge of Miss Addie San derson whose well known taste and skill in this line guarantees satisfaction The ladies a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 25 April 1890

4t AJWJ2ETI81NO HATJ3S One inchjouo j car 51000 Two wclfe uno J ear 1800 Three inclcs one year Sio00 Fonrincles ono Tear 3000 r Onohalf column onojcar C000 Onecoltmn ono year 10000 TllilSIENT AtJVEKTlSEMEKTS 100 per inch for first insertion and 50 cents per inch for each subsetraciit insertion Local2 oicks 10 Jcnts per lina each insertion but no local uotico will be in- serted for less than 0 cents each insertion tS Sreaxu Contracts to cover one year canbe made with tLo proprietor at a liberal disconnt on aboTO local rates = h S E VERNOR Proprietor YOLTDIE XYI THE LAND OF SPRINGS I Destined to Be j The Garden Spot of Texas SAN SABA COUNTY Pecan Planting Among tho many pursuits which may bo found pleasant and profitable is that of cultivating the pecan and as oar countyhas tho reputation of producing Ihe largest and best nuts of this troo to bo found in any part of the United States wo give an extract from the San Saba Nowb of the fall of 1SS3 ffhich may be of interest to our readers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 25 April 1890

land with ounijrous rehra Aboui to j ar ago sMt was dis co crei in the twu of Hutchinson Kan Today there are twelve estab- lishments in operation with a combined E Stone Wiggins of Canada is afraid that if a clear canal should be cut through the Isthmurof Panamathe Gulf of Mexico would drain into the Pacific the Gulf Stream move westward and the climate of Europe become permanently colder He has written a long letter oa the subject When we consider he says that the Isthmus is simply a huge dam resisting the westward tendency of said gulf may the canal not act as a small break which may lead to the sweep- ing away of the whole structure 3Iay not the water through a high east wind for example made a sudden run and ultimately attain a force and velocity which no power could resist and event- ually carry away the peninsula itself Senator Mitchell has introduced a bill Upbore ative shore s from land Tad storm flew ert6 > Uan blue Ine good ship strewed the strand ndred hopes that saile...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 25 April 1890

m l i < HIDDEN STEEAMS VYONDEK3 OP TOTDnaonOlISD AND SEAPED JR1VERS brcat Subterranean Courses 3IexI can Zanates and liost Tor I rents A Remarkable Case- In Sow Mexico i The list ot subterranean rivers of im- portance is being constantly added to xai what used to be n very limited list jl jnow become quite an extended one Ii s only a few days ago that the dis i is gave an account of the discovery of one of these streams in one of the East- ern States and its exploration for miles jn a canoo by the two adventurous dis- covers According to the published ac- counts this stream is even more remarka- ble than that found in the JIammoth Cave in Kentucky This latter flows a distance of 300 feet beneath the earths surface between banks about thirty feet apart nnd is a volume of water forty feet deep Rolling on for about a quarter of mile it disappears in a bank of fino sand veiled n both its coming and its going as the mystery of life itself Lass known 01 rather less written of is the ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 25 April 1890

V 3P gSggij g Jonnell Lido floods Notions and TJnts Caps Etc erso large and well selected THE FIN EST STOCK Ever Brought to San Saba And all arc in ited to Inspect our Stock and Get Trices OUU STOCK OF Groceries and Provisions Crockery and Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete SPEING OPENING AT J M GARTERS 1 am now receiving a nice line of Spring and Summer Goods consisting of Clothing Boots and Shoes for men youths and boys also a full line of staple and fancy gro- ceries crockery glassware tinware and many other things of daily use in every household in which I offer great in- ducements for cash only A car of salt just arrived 150 per sack guaranteed to weigh 200 pounds per sack MILLINERY I have laid in a neat line of millineiy goods consist- ing of the latest styles of hats for ladies misses and child- ren They will be found just up stairs over the front of my business house and are in charge of Miss Addie San derson whose well known taste and skill in this line guarantees satisfacti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 2 May 1890

> < ADVERTISING BATES Onoincb ouejcar 1000 Two inchesone year J800 Three inches ono year 2500 Four inches ono year 3000 Onehalf column ono year C000 Ono column ono year 10000 Tiulnsiest Abvertisemzsts SluO per inch for first insertion and 50 certs per inch for each suhscqaent insertion Local Notices 10 cents per lino each insertion hut no local notice will he in serted for less than 50 cents each insertion EySrECiAL Contracts to coyer ono year can bo made with tho proprietor at a liberal discount on above local rates J E YERNOK Proprietor VOLUME XVI THE LAND OF SPRINGS Destined to Be The Garden Spot pf Texas SAN SABA COUNTY TEXAS Scenery in San SaTja County San Saba county can justly claim to have within in borders scenery unsurpassed for beauty by any in this or in fact by that o any state in tho Union Aside from tho beautiful forest and evergreen trees common to timbered sections of west Texas we have an extraordinary feature not common to other sections a feature which give...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 2 May 1890

Pajnethod of procedure in timo New York Sun describes aa i very much to the point When the revolt broke out among the troop at Rio Janeiro and the news was telephoned to the Minister of War with a request for instructions ho replied Shoot them down And down they came Advices received from Australia say that the funeral of Uenry Searle tho de- ceased champion oarsman took place at Sydney The ceremony was witnessed by fully 170000 people The Mayor andHjyermen and a deputation of mem bersoT Parliament formed part of the procession which was the longest of its kind ever seen in that city There i3 a movement on foot to erect a monument tahiajnsaiQrx The doctors who attended the late King of Portugal during tho last few weeks of his illness presented bills for their services amounting to nearly 100 000 Ono of them demanded 14000 for ten visits another demanded 17000 for fifteen while a third thought that 30000 was not too much to ask for his attendance at eighteen consultations Eventually...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 2 May 1890

L 1 SEA SHELLS idllUTIKCIi AND ODD 1KODUOTS OP OLD OOEAX ao Shells With Many Horns and tilers Havo lleproducttons or ttws Bars of Muslo SIiclls IJlcc Hainan liirs Ucra arc only a few people who know knything about the beauty of color and form in thellsyet Ruskin ranks the nacre of shells far above the colors of jewels f epting only the opal in its native n L Among rare shells the thorny or xwis7fno clam which is found in nature aristy of shades from a rich crim- son to a pale roseHushed white and in pure white is one of the most expensive Good specimens in which all the spines aro perfect and the color beautiful Eluded rich in tho shadow and delicate and tender in the light bring often 25 Smaller less perfect shells are S3 and 8 Sea trumpets mottled in rhades of brown aro sought after by collectors of curios and fine specimens readily bring 830Thoso Thoso strangelooking shells with many horns are sea scorpions said a ahdiydfislur talking of his wares these little ones are spider she...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 2 May 1890

lor V Firr School Books Stationery Only Pure anil fresh Goods kept AND DEALER IN Mil icgonne iJjno Pijood rXtrti > n > > oud lints Caps Etc f Ka Uisvcr so largo anil well scloctcd BT STOCK Ever Uroiiglit 1j > San Saba And nil aro united to Inspect our Stock and Get Prices OUR STOCK OF Groceries and Provisions Crockery and Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete SPEIN OPENING AT 1 am now receiving a nice line of Spring and Summer Goods consisting of Clothing Boots and Shoes for men youths and hoys also a full line of staple and fancy gro- ceries crockery glassware tinware and many other things of daily use in every household in which I offer great in- ducements for cash only A car of salt just arrived 150 per sack guaranteed to weigh 200 pounds per sack I have laid in a neat line of millinery goods consist- ing of the latest styles of hats for ladies misses and child- ren They will be found just up stairs over the fiont of my business house and aiein charge of Miss Addie San de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 9 May 1890

DVJSSTISJKO HATES I one jcar 1000 iesonejear 1800 ches one year 2300 hes one year 3000 column one year 0000 inn one year 10000 IKST ADVEETIEEMEST8 100 per first insertion and CO certs per each subsequent Insertion Notices 10 cents per lino each lint no local notice will be in less than DO cents each insettion icial CoNTCtACTS to cover one be made with tlie proprietor at discount on a bote local rates V TOLTTHE XYI J E VEENOIt Proprietor OF AN SABA COUNTY TEXAS FOE SALE BY Allison Rector Kelley Mr taring been engaged for a numbor of years in the Land y Business in San Saba Texas our attention was attract the rich specimens of iron ore found in the South Western in of tho County Tho unsurpassed richness of these sur ragments and the great profusion with which they are red over largo areas of territory the leads being often ible for miles upon tho surface gavo promico of somoiliin valuable here are perhaps but few places in the civilized world- s these broad signboards of wealth could ...

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