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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 9 May 1890

3 sO raS i i i1 T T BWT r FLO within the last ten ycirs it was foi that the wife outlived her husband anlL the practice of the law had to bo re- versed f The genius that led to tho manufac- ture of wooden nutmegs some years ago a genius for making money by filling one s fellow men with sawdust like chil drens dolls has broken loose again This time flour water and some unknown ingredient like mucilage take the place of wo > l < ind instead of nutmegs coffee giLuuio Rio Java Mocha or any de- sired brand is manufactured The report that the Scandinavians in Ctah are KTfdlv lm lr tuuiui li pobablynot exaggerated These people observes the San Francisco Chronicle as naturally as moral as they ore industrious and they arc secured by tho Mormon ciders as colonists simply because they hope to get homes of their own When the enormity of Mormon- ism is fully presented to tbem they are pretty sure to abandon the doctrines of the Saints Such a revival as is now being carried on in various p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 9 May 1890

TffT EfflDTOIN EGYPT ITS BACKWAItD STATH IN THE iiAXD or inn miakoaiis Prlmilivo rarmlnff Implements in Use Two Kinds of Soil No Tenccs IVasons Barns or Horses ThoJarmingimplementsusedinEgypt Uj Frank 6 Carpenter in tho American Agrialttiriit are of the same pattern as tho = e Bed in the days of tho Pharoahs I rtoXdowainto the tomb of Ti under the n rt abovo Cairo and near the site it Memphis Ti was a great stniuo aoout four thousand years ago lie built himself a number of subter- ranean chambers of granite and adorned their walls with pairtings illustrative of tho rustoms of the age Hero I saw pictures of the shadoof as used today and beside these are pictures of men plowing showing that the Egyptian plow of 1800 is precisely the same as it wa3 when Moses was a baby It con- sists of a pole or tongue about six feet long fastened to a piece of wood bent in- ward and shod with a threepronged piece of iron Affixed to the pole is the handle which is held by the farmer lie holds it with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 9 May 1890

> r III I llllOli stints Oils AiJliJts TOZE S CLABZ SAN s U1A DSALEK IX Xoay Ariivin < r at I fsatle 1 wj notatsrfe r the Eusthan tighter Seepeth jmw0aiF5 Etc anil Well elected THE iiNESTf OCK E > cr Brought to San oon Anil all art iu itcil to Inspect our Stock anil Oct Prices OUU STOCK OF Uroccrics and Provisions Crockery and Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete TEXAS Ssadallcs Harness Wagfous fBsMk9 15 singles ISosmI CsbpIsj Sulky Plows CultivatorsTurning PlowsPlow stocks points and fixtures Axes Hoes Shovels Forks etc McCOiinidks BSarvesteirs Grain Separators Corn Shelters and Fanning Imple- ments of Every Character Shelf Hardware Nails Horseshoes Iocket am Table Cutlery Uazors Guns Pistols Ammunition Shot Shells rrinicrs Well Bnckets Coffee mills anil household goods Fishing Tackle ofKery description Tents Wagon Sheets Boivs and Fixtures of all kinds rbete Goods were all bought in lar o quantities and at closest figure and will Resold for cash or secured paper at prices ih...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 16 May 1890

JJ > rXRTISIKG JUTES Ono inch ono year 1000 Two inches one year 18 00 Three inches one year 3500 Four inches ono year 3000 Onehalf column onoyear 0000 One column ono year 10000 TRANSIENT ADVEimSKME > TS JloO per inch for first insertion and 50 cents per t inch for each snbscivHcnt insertion Loan Notices 10 cent per line each insertion but no local notice will be in- serted for less than 50 cents each insei tion CySrEClAL CoNTKAtrs to cover one year can be made with the proprietor at a liberal discount on above local rates Agricultural Import for JInrcli Reviewed By James Brass Tho Statements cannot be contradicted ttIioso mo tives cannot be quPstioueiL It lias been seen that the middle man controls not only the price of farm products but all real and personal property stocks lands and secur- ities as well The statistician might Lave gone further and said that they control oar national and state legislatures nlso The evil Las been outlined what is the remedy Organiza tion nud c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 16 May 1890

1 uori P H HMT ly to tho roco eicn T in Canada and brinjj about a test of strength Tho nntago nism of blood and religion has existed for years but hero is a distinct issue upon which tho fight may come on Paris morals are getting even worse Last year out of 26000 malefactors 16 000 vera under twenty years of age The corruption in this wholesale way of he youth of a great city is the most un- favorable sign of the many unfavorable signs given by the French capital The morajjcliance of France has long been inCvTirovinccs i Probably 1000 steers are shipped alive out of New York every day Their landing place on the other side as a rule is Dcptford London Ships carry all tho way from fifty or sixty head up to COO each If a hundred or two are carried they arc kept on the upper deck If from 400 to COO ore carried then two decks and sometimes three must bo de voted to the cattle The Supremo Court decides that the law requiring citizens of Idaho when about to register to swear that they are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 16 May 1890

I SC A A WOUAffS WORLD Pleasant iiiTEitATUKi ron FEMININU KEVDEItS TAEKO EXERCISE I Tho lack of eierciso taken bj most people is astonishing Men in business as a rule tako more outdoor exercise lhan people imagine as if the weather be favorable thousands of them walk either np or down town Women in society tako very little exercise The young social girl may take a walk in tho malting but her mother in most cases doc 4 neither walk in the afternoon 1 In the morning the matron has ite iAl to household duties write and answer letters and perhaps do a little chopping Commercial Adcerliter X KODLE WOJIAS It would bo hard to cite a nobler story lhan that of the career of Marie Thercse tho French Sister of Mercy who has just received the cross of the Legion of Honor at tho hands of the Governor of Tonquin I This devoted woman was only twenty years of age when she received her first Wound in the trenches at Balaklava dur tngthowar in the Crimea She tss again wounded at the battic of Mtento ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 16 May 1890

Ana all ar i whs Stationery l 1 ril < ll lHOllll K pt UiprtwF Rons and its Caps Etc FTargc ami well selected roTOCK uii Saba uio Inb our fcMi I I Git I rices OIK blOUv Or Groceries and Provisions Crockery ami Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete TOE S > U 1 DKAIEU IN T LXAN Sa BilIes9 USariaess Wagous Sulky Plows Cultivators Turning PIoavsP1ow stocks points and fixtures Axes Hoes Shovels Forks etc 31 cCOiBiiicktf Hisib vesters Grain Separators Corn Shelters and Farming Imple- ments of Every Character Shelf Hardware Nails Horseshoes Ill kit ami 1 aide Cutlery Harare Gnus li tolsAmuimiition Shot Miclls lmneis Villi lluikits Coffino mills anil household goods Fishing Tackle ofKvery description Tents Wagon Sheets Bows and Fixtures of all kinds lliesc IoihU t iroall bonglit in large iiiaiitities and at closest figures and will sold fu cvli or secured paper at pneeii which cau not b duplicated outside oftho 1 iri citus Call ami price with nie bofore yen bnj Oonsistiii of Diy Goods Xoti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 23 May 1890

SDYBTiTISlXG HATES no inch one jcar ih oo wo inches one year XX brco Indies one year our inches one year JJYJ wuu nehalf column onoyear no column one year VJ TRAXSI1 NT AD KTISOipTS 8lu0 per ich for first insertion anil SO cents per icli for each snbscqHent insertion Locat Notices 10 cents per linei each local notice will be m iscrtion hat no folf each insei ton rted less than 00 cents GTSrECiAL Contracts to coyer one tho tor at cir can I < > wih P Pn liberal discount on above local rates j The First Siate Ticket Tho Strtto prohibition c n en ion was held afc Fort Worth last veek and a full state ticket put in he field Here is the platform as inally adopted after much dis ussiou on a plank advocating voinons suffrage L Wo favor the suppression of ho liquor traffic by legislation state and national and regard the Prohibition party state and nat tonol as absolutely necessary for that purpose 2 That any form of license tax- ation or regulation of the liquor traffic is contrary to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 23 May 1890

I t Thei BJ ySTat Philad hare given warnirg to 4II of their i ia their employ ho entertain atheistic and anarchistic deas that they mast atherfleUnquish their connection with cMipnsi advocating ichvlpctriaaior k employment elsewhere Jlc authorities of the Russian prov inxctof Viltet have issued a decree pro traiprovbliedby the rromtlaefvafiouPioM 1 J of teathousand pen al discovery Jus that < upj vara jjcrEons emigrsi d d this country from Vilna alone during thej rJ8S9Lir y iletf as to what to do with the Italians who cotamft murder on the very smallest provocation Generally these murders ire for some trivial matter Such as harsh TroKUlpoJcen and they are almost al waysrnp sijsof lpjvt friihtfj men or f ThoTfBmen ofXathropMo havpi Uc6twaging a fuious warare against1 f ikloops Si lhai place They recently wrecked the most palatial drinking es W 3 ° > L d Cdnuscat Wu P P fSfe attorney1 hi6eenreqi6te3 to resign but refused todoi taj The iubabitaiits art divided Gd On matter iAn en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 23 May 1890

Sf < if Tp OinilBE rHE BKOOKIaTX BIVINETS SIJV > BAY SEKMOX j Subject JlCTfslon of Creeds Ttani > o Ma > tB < frl0o John ri44 1 itr SaU he place of this text wrlt tm wl pTET with lead pencil marks made last December at Bethany on the minsjof tb Miseof Mary and Martha andLazaris WTSrHnoanted iroai oar horses on the WBy tun bjordan to the Dead Sea Bethaby iral disSummer evening retreat of Jesfas spending the day in the hotcyKf Jerusalem He would come out there almost every eveniuir to the house of His three f rtentls X think thej > ecuyants of that hose were orphans for the fattier and mother are notxnentioned But the son and two daugh- ters must have inherited property Jar It hrasfc have been judging from what saw of the foundations and the size of the rooms au opuent home Lazarus the brother was now the bead of the household i and his sisters depended on him and vrfre proud of him for he was very popular and everybody liked hiin and taeai girls wro splendid girls M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 23 May 1890

V v M svor Brongu Tuese goods ve T at av low price and I ItFAVEB with 1L D OUVEH And all arc inwted to Inspect cur Stock and Oct Prices OCR STOCK OF groceries and Provisions Crockery and Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete TOIE S CLAEZ SAN SAttA XfOTJlTSTJlSiAlTQ DEALEU1S ir BOnA llEAD GOODUE a Saddles Harness Wagons Haeks llBB ieg9 Road Carts Sulky Plows CultivatorsTurning PIowsPlow stocks points and fixtures Axes Hoes Shovels Forks etc SEcCorniicIiL Harvesters Grain Separators Corn Shelters and Farming Imple- ments of Every Character Slielf Hardware Nails Horseslioes PocVetand Taole Cutlery Kazors GousFistols Aiunmmtion Shot Shells Primers Well Hnckets Coffee mills and household goods Fishing Tafcllo of Every description Tents Wagon Sheets Bows and Fixtures of all kinds These Goods were all bonght in largo qnantitics and at closest figure and ulj lie sold for cash or secured parr at prices v > hich can not l > o duplicated outside of the largo cities Call and Xrice with ino be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 6 June 1890

< T ADrjUBTISI G VAXES Ine inch one jear 10001 wo indiesone year 1800 hrcoinchesone year 23001 our inches one year 30001 nohalf column oneyear f000 nc eolomn one year 10000 j TltAXSIEXT Al > VEimSEMKST8 100 per j ich for first insertion and SO cents perl ltfi for each 6ub6eqHent insertion j Local Notices 10 cents per lino each j lsertion but no local notice will he in i srted for less than CO cents each insertion I G SrECiAL CoxTiiAcrs to cover one I oar can be made with the propiietor at I liberal discount on above local rates San Saba tonulj Extracts from the Tort Worth Cawta San Saba can feel justly j roud the position that has been warded by the management of the pring Palace and she now takes 3r position as the second best ineral county in the Texas com onwealtb This means a source great wealth for San Saba ns y uifjill people intorcstedin minerair mi i turned to rd her Prospectors will visit jamino and invest in these lands pital will be introduced to work re ore thousan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 6 June 1890

t 1 nounccsTS te IS newspapers vi uw xiu raraug the inhabitants against accept ing the specious inducements vaunted by Brazilia 1 emigration agent Belgian farmers havj become alarmed at the fray in which chc frogs are bcinj exhausted j Jrcnch pot hunters and Iuko petitioned the King to forbid kill- ing frogs during certain months of tho year as is done with other game Tho fa rs regard the frog3 as valuable slug ana insect destroyers Statistics have been published in Ber- lin showing the military expenditure of the great Powers during the past three years France spent 6082000000 marks Russia 3254000000 marks Great Britain 2475000000 marks Ger- many 2430000000 marks Austria Hungary 1352000000 marks and Italy 125400000 mark The latst and most unique electrical inventior is a machine for buttering bread It is use 1 in connection with a paten bread ratter and is intended for uso in prison and reformatory institutions Thcr is a cylindricalshaped brush which is frd with butter and lays a t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 6 June 1890

s t Prajlns Ajalnst Time An undergraduate in one of tha unl WersitJes not bo very far from New York tells tfco following story of how one of the Greek letter fraternities in the insti tation recently captured the presidency loLpflBof the literary societies it atime When the office was forsoine reason par l Ocularly to he desired First we made a coalition he slid with the fraternity whose man was al- ready in the chair Counting their fel > ows and oar own and the fellows of an- other fraternity we found that we had just one man more than the opposition part But when the society met on its tegiran vcning ono of our own fellows nma5ldiK lWajJ rte relied upon was < t was time for the society to bo called to order and the first business would be the election of officers The fellows on the opposition were triumph- ant < Ve had a few minutes consulta- tion with ourselves and with the Prcsi dent and then two of our men quietly left the hall It had always been customary open the mee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 6 June 1890

nounce at a as i te nerspi pers ot ToSSKu l Jur Stocl and Get Prices Cays Etc gc ami well selected CK HsJan Saba rmUBthe inhabitants OUIW1 JdK OF jirocbiic riul Provisions Crockcry and Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete cTOtJ s 0E j AtiiEaZ s SAHA DEAILEK IS TEXAS NssaMIeay9 lfstriicss9 Wagows Hacks lB Bgfgics5 Itoad Csiris Sulky Plows CultivatorsTurning PlowsPlow stocks points and fixtures Axes Hoes Shovels Forks etc Me oBauiick Harvesters Grain Separators Corn Shelters and Farming Imple- ments of Every Character Hardward of All Kinds Po Let and Tablo Cutlery Uazors Guns Pistols Ammunition Shot Shells Primers Wt I Buckets Coffee mills and household goods Fishing Tacklo of E ery descriritioii Tents Wfigon Sheets Bows and Fixtures of all kinds These Goods were all bought iu large quantities and at closest figures and will lie sold for cash or secured paper at prices which can not ho duplicated outside of the large cities Call and price with me before yen buy NEW GOODS Ko > v Arrivi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 13 June 1890

ADrEimsixa jutes iuch one jear 1000 9 inches otorear I00 to incbos ono year 2500 3009 irinclic s ono year Plialf column onoyear 0000 column ono year 10000 Raxsiext ADVEimsEMESTS 100 per i for CrstBnsertion anil 50 cents per I for eacMsubscquent insertion ocal Notices 10 cents per lino each Ttion tut no local notice will bo in ed for less than GO cents each insertion- s SrECiAi Contracts to cover one r can he made with tho proprietor at bcral discount on above local rates SHERIFFS COATEXTIOX Cho sheriffs were in convention ireek at Abilene They pre 1 a bill for their relief to be jntedto tho next legislature doption It is given below appeared in a special to tho cston News of June 5th ction 1 Be it enacted by the laturo of the 6tate of Texas irticle 1054 chapter 2 title the code of criminal proce as amended by an act of wentyfir6t legislature np 2d April i 18S9 be so amend to ticle j ess ees all traveling by railroad or y and all fees accruing under trticle shall bo duo and paya j t ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 13 June 1890

IW Johna Ci a fact thit jie I United Qmeffijare diipctJjnfln sScrajfwtojniiTtf fttnaty JTOg years The Russian bear has apparently given John Chinaman a bad fright as John fa now industriously engaged in massing troops on the Siberian frontier The Chinamen fear that the Russian forcea contemplate making an attack on them k Tho Canadian Mi the view that the V Justice fakes Issdjtjpq Act about to go into operation between Great Britain and the United States u retroactivo in its effect and that undSi its provisions the United States can il it chooses clear Canada of every Ameri- can fugitive from justice Tho present standard car coupler is de- scribed as a huge iron hand whost fingers can be opaned from the side ol tho car and closed by the impact of an- other car This is tho safety drawhead the railroad employes are asking for and this is what many railroads are putting on their new cars The Intentlre Agehopes that the change will put a stop to the daughter of brakemen London Truth cal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 13 June 1890

V 4 THE LiOP r Tie latest Paris nd is j Dillon authol taped skirt of leopard skii brocaded silk the wild beast 2 OMMS WOULD asaat liircRvrum roii rEMlXINE KKADEIIS OSS HER AND TELL BEE SO 5j Youve a neat little vrlia at hornet John i Asiiveetns you wish tosee As faithful and gentle hearted As fond a wife can be genuine homeloving weman for raring tarn or ehow dearer to you thaa life John her and tdi her so ere are promptly served John As UkeivfcR your brcatfastand tea Tonr wardrobe is always in order J With buttons where buttons should be Her hcrso Ua cosy home nest John t A heaven of rest below i You think shes a rare Uttle treasure Then Idss her and tell her so i Shes a EPOtl wife and true to you John Let fortune be foul or fair Of whatsTer comes to jou John She cheerfully bears her share You betters shes a brave true helper And perhaps far more than you know It will UhMu her end of the load John To Idss ber and tell her so- t Theres a crossroad somewhere in lif ejtfohn TTier a ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 13 June 1890

v Johrfll fir Qltfu that j 3 r 51 FAVEE Faver e wai wilVllery NE Clothing HS to liin U Ere age hac ABdUea M 1 OLHTJK 3 TjrrrTtclcct Asssortniritl of 1iue Teiiclri arnjonrraic cuts for Hawkcs Celebrated Spec UKIUAXD SIllIXGS MB B sa n g 1 S Hth all hii wealth lie r He dreanu hours leasoJf fen EXbe old man lin 1 iiLiv nm r And Andcov < Tillnarur Andtb A TEXAS ariess WsigoMSj snubbed refnscu Bond Carts Bs mes M i Diel lle rr Sjtr 6re 0Tm lfef Wll w stocks IYoy Arriving at Consisting of Dry Goods Notions Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and a full line of almost everything needed by tho family These goods were selected and bought at a low price and I guarantee them to be as represented and as cheap as can be had in this or any surrounding market I have laid in a neat line of milliner gootK consist ing of the Iatesfcstylcs of hats fur ladies L t virfc > r < Jn They t illbe found just up sta business house and gfrantees satisfaction The ladies a vtfed to call and inspect this stock am I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 20 June 1890

A AVrERUSIKG HATES no inch ouo Tear 1000 no inches one year 18 00 hreoTncbea one year 2iOO our incites one year 3000 Incltalf column oneyear C000 no column one year 10000 TltAXSlENT Advertiskmexts 100 per- ch for first imsertion and 60 certs per ick for each snbsenuent insertion Local Noiices 10 cents per lino each Isertion but no local notice trill bo iu irted for leas than DO cents each insertion CSrECiAL Coxtkacts to cover ono tar can lie made with the proprietor at liberal discount on above local rates LLAXOS BOOM The development o tlir iron eds or fields of Llano county in 10 immediate future is an assured ictTwo Two syndicates with immons3 lpital havo in the past two years Jcured largo interests in Llano ho Wakefield Coal Iron Land o of which Col Geo M Wako jld of Milwaukee is president aortered under tho laws of Wis > nsin witli a capital of 2000 K > have bought and paid for 30 X acres of iron land in Llano his company first secured options 1 their lauds then after thor...

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