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

fr VAGABOND ICE eiiACIAIi BERGS VVIIICU MAKE HOEXS TltXVPh BANOEROUfe Greenland Is tlio Great Factory lor the Formation of Icebergs Studying tho Movements of Floating Floes Ensign Hugh Rodman of the United States 2f vy has just returned from a trip to Labrador and Newfoundland where he fgjt for the purpose of obtain ing a mojflbci andtj thSSoTi cusj piuth eurato knowledge in tela thSSoTieurato of ice within the lines of regularocean traTel He sajs Hi the Washington Star Newfoundland and the mouth of the St Lawrence River yearly send out miles of ice that is ex- tremely dangerous to navigation In deep waters the course of ice can be easily traced but in shoal water this becomes difficult The movements of the jca de- pend in a great measure upon the various currents that traverse the ocean in this vicinity as well as upon a great variety of other forees atid little can bo said with any degree 01 defmiteness as to the protttJAr u B pntspiUeebcforehand jlundedsot HtlsTiave been lost fro...

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

S foeStSesi > b 51 gSSk if uods XotioiiSj 1L D OUTER 9 Implc Is Primers description 1 Muds res and will itside of the Clothing lts and a full line of almost oiled b the familv joods were selected and bought wV price and I guarantee them to be vpivsiiited and as cheap as can be had l this or any surrounding market I 1m e laid in a neat line of millinery goods consist wg of tl latest styles of hats for ladies misses anflchild ren They will be found just up stairs over the fronFa my buSitiiss liouse and are in charge of Sfiss Addie San derson whoe well known taste and skill in this line tfurwanteeo satisfaction The ladies are respectfully in- v ited tOscall and inspect this stock and leave their orders 1 also wilthave in a short time a complete line of ladies underwear which we trust will supply a demand that has l < ng existed here A M FAYEE DEALERS IS 9 ffiats9 U Leefi a neat assortment of the above goods and mil appreciate the patronage vf the public An > goodd m oar line n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 1 August 1890

IJJYZimSlXG RATES icb ouojear 10 00 Jfhchcs one year 1800 laches one year ili00 aches one year 3000 ne half column one year G000 no colatnn one year 10000 TSASSIEXT ADVEKTTSIOrESTS 4100 per neb for first insertion and SO cents per neb for each subsequent insertion LocalNoiices 10 ccnt per line each nsertton but no local notice rill be In crted for less than CO cents eaci > insertion GtSrECAi CoSTBAcrs to cotot one rear can be made with the proprietor at > liberal discount on aboTe local rates AS lJIPOHTAAT JIEET1SO Tuc 1 C C Immigration Society Holds n Session at IJroivnivood The Board o Directors of Pecan ColoradoConcho country immi- gration Association met at Brown wood July 19th 1890 present A S Eeed Itnnnels county C H Jenkins Brown county B S Bowen Coleman county O A Doiloy Tom Green county Chos J Potter Tom Greoa county Officers of tlio Board were elec- ted viva voce as follows President A S Beed Bunnels county VicePresident 0 H Jen kens Brown county Secretary Charles F ...

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

Caauhcey pepew advises the young i to go South traveler Tusbkuroff says there Era 400009 hesthens in the Russian lannj JRma ttndJPireside thinks that he pre tiling law prices of farm products con quent on continued overproduction xiR force the fanners ot this country to Uversify their industries Fisan astonishing andregrctable fact rks tho Washington Star that 2700 mu the United States are engaged i granting divorcer and that one mar Ago in every twentyeight is thus an Iniled s ° ffie reasoniwhyso many foreigaersare ving here is alleges the St Louis Savings that hundreds of steamship lits are scouring around Europe in line the effscourings of the earth to be here lie New York Independent muses Charleston had its earthquake otk its blizzard Johustowa its 2J j iti < tornado and now Ire has US amazing hailstorm The i take their turn faUadelphis is In a stato of mind ugh fear of hiring secondhand cof Sod oft npoa it the discovery been made that coffins brought > creamatory are not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 1 August 1890

jkCHKPXjEET niCH SDP YOllIfS BIVAIiVES J SCJiejr Only Idle Month Moir ttflsttjster Goes on a Fresh R Water Spree PUnt t Hi 0 Beds month in ttie year wntcr frpat be rEloTentSltrects is not rtcasts of smart little ojs tcr boats All the rest of the jM there ro spry spops from Pxinces BajPRocka wy the Shrewsbury and the inlets of Connecticut Trith stout seagoiegschoon crs from down the Jersey coast fiom Delaware Bay and even from the shallow waters ot far Chincotcague Nine hun- dred ansTninetynine New Yorkers out of thoasand have never seen an oyster sloop except perhaps from the Brook- lyn Bridge or from the deck of a ferry boat fcvfral hundred of these littlo vessels ply between New York and the neighboring bays If all sloops look alike to you is they do to most persons yon Tvouldjj Vc know an oyster boat from npWPW cht and indeed the oyster sloop makes a very faif yacht for those who do not insist upon the last second of speed and the utmost limit of beauty Walk through one of the bi...

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

V ° f Seasonable Goods irray McConnell Keep Constantly on Hand a mplete Line Of All Linda pi Dress Goods Gents FurniaUing Goods Notions and Boots and Slibes S Hats Caps Etc OurStoel ofNew Gooda in Every Departmest was n erso largo and veil selected Wo allow without doubt THE FINEST STOCK Ever Brought to San BhM Andallaro inMted to Inspect our Stock aniTCet Trices OUR STOCK OF groceries and Provisions Crockery aird Glassware Cutlery Etc is Complete y TOE SAN bAllA r3 OZJcABt t i2 TUXAS DEAIXE El ry Harness Waglpus Sullty Plows Cultivators Turning PlowsPlow stacks points and Jixturcs Axes Hoes Shovels Forks cfy jHe ormicli9 Harvesters Grain Separators Corn SheUers > tdJFarniing Inipl f ments of Every Character Hardware of All Kinds IocLe and TaWe Cutlery Razors Guns Pistols Ammunition Suot Shells Primers Well Buckets Coffee mills and household Roods Fishing Tacklo of Every description Tents Wagon Sheets Bows and Fixtures of all kinds Theso Goods were all bonght in largo quantities ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 8 August 1890

bf Columbia s prBSTISINO HATES I ono jcaV 0M kegoneear J800 bbeaona year Sfl00 bos ono year 3000 column oneyear GO00 can ono year 10000 est Advertisements 10 per list insertion and CO certs per Jttch enbscqnent insertion Noiices 10 cents per line each but no local notice will be in r less than GO cents each insertion cctu Cohtiuctb to cover one be niado with the proprietor at discount on abote local rates Down on the Lotteries hington July 29 In e sent to congress lodny ent Harrison said in part to tateandhonseof xeprosen the recent attempt to se charter from the state of Dakota for a lottery compa iding an effort to obtain be State of Louisiana a ro of the charter of the Loais ata lottery and the estab mtof one or more lottery Oiaa af jM micron UijihS nf rjonler haveierved the > urpose of calling public at q to an evil of vast propor he banefal effect of lotteries onfined to states that gave tnies corporate powers and a bto conduct business the jf other states being pow apply le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 8 August 1890

Stanley estimates the population of tfrica at 250000000 The first Legislature of Washington i the Blato to foot up Mis of 1000 and over Tho newState of Washington expects l to hare within twenty years a school ffundof 20000000 from her school nds The Superior Council of the Protestant Church til Frussia haa issued a circalar instructing the clergy to denounce the socialist movement The recent purchase of 2000 Texas ef steers for export to the City of f Mexico seems to indicate that a de- mand for better meet is current there At New York city it is proposed to span North or Hudson River with a viaduct broad enough to carry six stand ardgauge railway tracks and to cost 10000000 During the last six years 8621 women have sought divorce in France as com- pared with C900 men Ten men and fcrely s while s of age riiHftwk c 1 slaughter of moose is said ried on upon the upper Ottawa in Canada The animals are killed for their hide and the carcasses left In the woods Plowing by steam has been i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 8 August 1890

MM APPETITES EATS OF EATIXO AVII1CH AUG UNMATCHED IN HISTORY V ow Kings una Bufcos Hi o Gorged and Commoners IJavo Rivaled f > llauslitlest Xobles A Ioo tor Dally Meal rt I It Ss not difficult to make a longlist of plift oile1oth of the past and present Wra j3rtu had hugo appetites andwere j at tbe sjno time good companions and rtficPfhystcat ailments JAlrale Bourbon Kings of France were onrmands Louis XTV would cat for n n cal four platcfuls of soup a whole pheasant a partridge a plateful of salad Jnuttoa hashed with garlic two good fuwi slices of ham a dish of pastry and UenJj of fruit and sneetrocats His unfortunate descendant Louis VI had a large appetite hut no gas Jronomical piuus This is said to have Caused rnuch of uis unpopularity with the French who love a gastronome Ilis IjVorite meat was pork and Tarisiani be- lieve that he would hive escaped from France had bx not tarried to cat pigs feet M dc Seraulncny Bishop of Uourgcs nho ate sn heavy meals s day and never rose s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 8 August 1890

1 M FA tk < > S ffej S fw v 3W le Goods McConnell Pud a Complete Lino Furnishing Goods Notions and It D OLIVER r u4 Hats Caps Etc ficut was ncverao largo and Well selected pTSTOCK Jt to San SaTba fjcct oa Stock and Got Trices fVTOCK OF Crockery and Glassware fc is Complete CIE J ib tiHa iBEALERK TEXAS Larness wagons iggie 3 Road Carls PlowsPlow stocks n lowst Cultivators Turning etc rTts and fixtures Axes llraiii Separators Corn Shelters and Farming Lnplc nients of Every Character Hardware of AH Kinds PoIl and Table Cutlery Uaiom Guns ristolsAmmanition Shot Shells Primers uck t Coffee mills and honsehold goods Fishing Tackle of Every description Tents Wagon Sheets Bows and Fixtures of all kinds Ti Goods were all bought in largo quantities and at closest figures and will e sold lor usli or secured paper at prices which can not bo duplicated outside of the targe crn3 Call and price wituino before yen buy NOW IS THE TIME Goods Cheap Iu filler to make room for my Fall Stock I w il...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 August 1890

k smmxa hates rHar 1000 i iyeaLf 1800 oycar 2500 fob year 3000 f one year C000 year 10000 ftpVERTISEilEXTS 100 per Wertlon and CO certs per subsequent Insertion B 10 cent per line each an local notice will us ia lan 60 cents eachinseition SposuucTS to cover one iswo with the proprietor at it on above local rates Rfnlly of Uie Jnry Action with the > king iystem seems to bo in Rt is no longer looked jhdmiration and respect B a most precious right fof our ancesters One fcjjominent grievances George tvns as they eclaration of Inde lias 311 bo thofetleTal courts tablished in all the ver courts except in ing trifling amounts ay to this the sprPad 3 of tho country have i to boast of trial by extolling the institu rty Ess tho incapacity of ymen to deal intelll nanyoE tho intricate ed from thecomjplex a society has led to a Stute for the old sys apo of referees audi ators who by general special training may to bo qualified to un ticnlnr case at issue ithe increase in num fcij0Q ° IB yor C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 August 1890

Last year the Japanese sold 18000 000 worth of coal They are rapidly de- veloping their mines Russia is doing everything possible to getrid of all the Germans in that coun- try and has just refused to naturalize aay more A new euro for stammering is to keep silent ten days and then speak in whis- pers for ten days gradually returning to the ordinary Yoice The Commercial Advertiser estimates that the six new States with a total of less than 300000 rotes have a voice in tho Sonata six times as loud as that of How York According to the Sau Francisco Chron- icle Bismarck has said that no working- man ought to reach that point where he can say that he has enough for himself and hjs family Tho European syndicate that was formed with an almost fabulous capital to control the African diamond market and stay an impending precipitation in prices it is reported has met with a ge measure of success vi ° V wajherwom 2 the b Eugene Field tho humorist of the ucago Seat who is now sojourning in J L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 August 1890

f r S CUJUOUS CAIRO STREET SIGHTS AJf ORLCVTAb CITY The griat museum presents to us fs of wonderful life and real beauty artistic merit older than tho pyra Rs not le s than 5000 years old now Jwhilo we can sec the same typo of men txctiy walking jn the streets of Cairo Resides the great annual influx of winter Visitors principally English and Ameri fcans there are some regular residents in Cairo of which 20000 or 30000 are Europeans of al the nations of Europe The rest nr Orientals from all parte of Africa with a good many from Arabia and other parts of Asia The first thin that struct my eye on- e jriag the city was the jrreat charm and novelty of s cm n < arty all the men and boys diessed n lo3j white or pale blue oust be a covered at all with bright yellow bright red slippers antLiJ heii Next to the short out t asmi UD SCCNES IK i kias Donkeys and Uonke faoya TJ Voiled Native V0men Camels Instead olyCarts Tho I y Va ofr Carriers Certainly one of the most interesting tad attract...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 August 1890

ML otMtoi Seasonable Goods jiiiay McOoanflU W t Hand a Complete Lino Keen Constantly on TOf All to ot Dress GoSds Cents Funding GoodsNolion ami JSofa ami Shoes Unto Caps Ljc W cijiw without doubt t r IV T 1 1 ir I I l i I If 1 es Axps HoesTS nicks Karre p Coni Slicllers and Fa pits of Every Character Hardware of All Em Touts Wagon Sheets Bows ana olai Fixtures y cltie CaUand tjef g duplicaKdlj lOOOS I MEDICI Cdw to make room for im ftji jOtllillg 3 Oils Tarnishes Toilet ArBcieP THE FINEST STOCK TOE S CLAB3S iuj UI1AJE1 > Harness TEXAS SfcTS ItiEfgmrtZ FreSlleSt I > r0SS kepUn 8totk Special attention S1 KINGS II1A i LOU V II f T ffis t > ND deaEeb in a Stationery Staple ah Goods kopt TEXAS Groceries te iguss Chill Tonic 11 Ut Uan y The sraaileit infant trill take it an CmIIS 1 = e i Children cry for it Hrer fail 0 C tM tJ wU = t return C ° n0 < olake = It purine the blood and remove all It it as Urge at any dellar tonic ana fiETAILS FOR 50 CENTS jWARRANTEEt i miiiglmple I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 August 1890

impcacii yth Slat t irtae croach is presen1 UtVSZTISlXO HATES f Louejesr > < ben tme year J W ebesonojoar > I < m lies ono year 3u column oue jeai 0000 rnu one year 10000 j AOVEKjlsrMEXTS glPO > + insertnSn and 50 cctta per J Jli llient insertion rs KfKartsJier 1Ie ° h locaj iiot7cd iriil l > antOjcenta cacliiW ideBuStlm propirtoV matonabovo local rare 10 Democratic Contention conclusion together with es of thenqmines Antonio Tex Aug 12 fternoen session of the committee considerable was made Aa surmised irdays special the commit found disposed to adopt hearted measures with the pn to the commission te Harrison of McLennan Rnio Robertson oach had bns to begin with covering 10 samo ground and relat a amendment was adoptod it contained tho usual itic doctrine on the tariff i opposed measures look deral aid to public schools led the federal election ling in congress opposed 3ral government lending pnvoto persons con cent encroachment upon of tLa State by tho fed dlatur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 August 1890

< acres Prance 22 TT farmer have discovered fctnate are admirably J r Farmeris of the opinion etmkjyis disposed to relax the sitory regulations regarding Vuncncan pork providing the United States makes concessions favorably affect- ing German imports It is not an unreasonable estimate to say thinks Harpeft WeeUy that every da during this summer 5000000 Amer- icana will examine the columns of their favorite newspapers to sec tha result ot the professional ball games of the pre- vious day Several European countries are import- ing the seeds of American forest trees They are planted in experiment grounds and given to persons interested in far estry Many American acorns and blacl walnuts are being planted in England and Scotland Tha forests of 1 accordingjpji flowing air Acres Russi 3 RistriaIIunjipryi Jlcn agOe JMBt Qfljicrcs Spain 19769000 acres Italy 9834 B7a and England 2471000 acres if The bunting of the microbe is a sport in which the Berlin doctors are preemi- nently successfu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 May 1891

The San Saba News Office 18 THOBOUailliY EQUIITED To do all kinds of Job work in tbo neatest and most artistic style A FINE SELECTION OF STATONEKY kept constantly on hand Wo can do as well by yon as any other JOB OFFICE Smnll pox is still raging leS n rdiuance aJronQbe limits npire From some unknown cause thero seemB to be a tendency a- mong all Texas railroads to ad vance the freight rates on live stock 3 cents per 100 pounds Since fho rejection of Senator Blair as Minister to China by the almond eyed Mongolians it is said that the Government will offor him as a gift to Japan Bren ham Banner m President Harrison and his nt tenduutBare stnl among the west ern sceneries On his journey through the south and west he has everywhere been received ivith marks of royal distinction Oil has been lonnd at Brown wood at a depth of 1570 feet Ex perls pronounce the oil to be of superior quality and it is still fur ther supposed that it exists there iu great quantities J S Clarkson president of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 May 1891

OnoH a o slowly s3 is that tba gre are held by nativ > ifirjt sometimes owning an cm r The United States does wei thinks the San Francisco Chronicle to go in for uoo mra TTj njy acimsli never have nny lung disease JlOa this principle comments the San Francisco Chroiietr the blood of an ostrich would be a fine thing fcr the cure of dyspepsia Out of the 5360 postofnejs established in 18902628 were in Southeastern Stater and out of seventeen Presidential offices discounted only two were in those States These significant figures demonstrate a remarkable industrial advancement south o Mason and Dixons line asserts the New York Mail and Express The census bulletin publised recently shows a slightly larger incrcasr in the white than in the colored population of the District of Columbia during the last ten years but the difference is not jo greatnotes the Washington Star that the proportion of onethird colored in the Districts population is substantially altered General Kilts is foad of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 May 1891

> JBEY DR TALMAGE fcniE BROOKLYN DIVINCS SON DAY SURliON Saijcct raith AVitliont Worts KTnrr FatUncilliout troiU it dead 13ns f i 20 h Tba Itomsn Cathoiio Church has been ehsxgod with puttinj too madi sUvss upon good rcoris and cot enough upon foitu I jcaarge Protestantism with putting not enough stress upon good works as connected irUh salration Good worts will never sovo a man tut if a man hare not works ha tas no real faith and no ganctno religion There are thoso who depend upon the fal that they aro nil right insiJ while their conduct is wrong outrfde Their religion for tha most part U mads up of tall vigorous talt fluent talk boastful tali perpetual alt They will entertain you by tho hour jieuing you how cojd they are They omo up to such a higher life that wo havu no patience with or unary Christians in the piiln discharge of their duty As near as I can tU this ocean craft is mostly sail and very Iittlo tonnage Foretopmast staysails foretopmast studding saO maintopsali mu Ee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 15 May 1891

H T A G CIIV iRESDYTERIAS Saudis morning at liaT ClUHbKLAXD 1RESir W K Edwards pastor Freacluiij 3rd Sabbath at 11 A II and at Sunday ecLool every Sunday at 930 AA Prayer meeting c crv Wednesday ni ut BAPTIST wnJ ° morning at lalf S S t S CATIIOUC KTlicr > IciIabourvill con- duct sen ices at tho residenco f Mr Ud Campbell the firatSuudayTn each alter- nate month beginning the first Sunday In June I80G womaVs jircnxa metiiodist cunucii Traycr Meeting every Wednesday e cn Foreign Missionary 1st Wednesday in lio mouth ln cnile Foreign Missionary 1st Thurs- day in the month Home Missionary 2nd Wednesday in the month CodiesAid Society 4th Wednesday in the month Ladies of all denominations will find a cordial welcome at these meetings COHMIiBIOVEKS San Saba Precinct No 1 W B Levcrett Elchland 2 I M Smith Upper Cborokei 3 Q S Gray Loner Cherokee 4 RWSelf Courts District Court convenes on the eleventh Monday after the first Monday in ± ebrnary and September County Probate Conrt convenes ...

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