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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 May 1891

The San Saba News Office is thoroughly equiited to do all kinds of Job work in tho neatest and most artistic stylft A FINE SELECTION OF STATONERY kept constantly on Land We can do as well by you as any other JOB OFFICK Blaines gont troubles aro giving him a rest Sterling county has been carved out of Tom Green Sales at Santa Anna Cole ltyon June 2 and 3 311th day of August we vote on tho constitutional amend- ment Tho Chilian revolution is still go in g on and the escaped Itata is yet at large Out of portions of King Cottle 1 Knox and Hardeman Ford county has been made Muskegon Mich suffered great loss onl7th inBt The residence nnd business portion of the city were completely burned away Pres Harrison and attendants have completed their tour through the South and West and returned ito Washington on 15th insi They were gone 31 days traveled 1000 miles spent about 540000 and the president mado 140 speeches A terrible and destructive hail storm swept over northern Texas rathe 17th inst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 May 1891

and officers th forcwhcrseirTo spea Irish fac the wrong thinu Aunt Mclinda without a word of wel- I sposo you dont call bad name at all it come or an attempt to cmuraco the new on t Ef twasnt for fear was daunted would tub Legiszr Ann but the comer The Spamsu QH Bff has signified its willingness to treat with the United States concerning reciprocity with Cuba and other Spanish American countries they to send us sugar duty free and we to send thein flour and machinery In the last ten years says the Cin- cinnati CommercialGazette Georgia his nearly doubled the value of its taxable property Who says the South is not going ahead I None of the older North era States can make as fine a showing lire Russian Government has taken a decisive step toward protecting its homo laborers against outside workmen notes the Boston Cullicalor It has forbidden the employment of Austrian workmen in Russia and the discharged men are being conducted out of the country General Miles has decided views on the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 May 1891

MVtMTALlAGE HE BROOKIiTN DIVINES DAY SISIiMOX sus Snhject The Gambling Evil Let Mv people go that Uiey ma re Hcyfor I mil at this lime tend till ill Ifaourj Ex lx 18 14 Xast xrintor In tha museum at Cairo TPt I saw tha mummy or embalmed ouy of Pharaoh tho oppressor of the an lteat Israelites Visible are the very teeth bat he gnashed azauut the Israelite Iricltmalters tha sockets of tha mercuess pes with which he looked upon the overlmr icned puplo of Gou tha hair that floated in Tie breeze oft tha Ked Stbe very lips with Ihlcb he commanded them to mako bricks Idthout straw ThousinJ of year 1ter when tha wrappings of the Jmmmywere unrolled old Pharaoh lifted fphi firm as if In impjoration bnt his EUnny bone cannot again clutch his shat awDtj It was to compel that tyrant p let the oppressed go free that the memora Jla ten pia tia wwo sent Sailing the Nile Pod waiting amid the rains of Egyptian gfies 2 saw no remains of those plagues at smote the w ttx or tha air Hone of o frogs create...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 22 May 1891

rlno8 Local Insertion terted fa t GTSrl year cam ItUnl disc facli be u fttion fto cover one bropnetor at Lral rates ouvnon miiEOTonY eRESBYTEHIAN Sunday School every Sunday morning at half past J oclock CUMBERLAND lBESilYTEniAN W B Edwards pastor Preaching every 3rd SaMiath atll A M and at night Sunday tchool every Sunday at 930 AJJ Prayer meeting every Wednesday night BAPTIST Sunday School every Sun- day moraine at half pa t oclock EPISCOPAL Snnday School at the rretbyterian church eery Sunday morn- ing at half past nine oclock METHODIST Services every Sonday morning and evening J M Alexander Pastor Sunday School every Snndaj mormng ai nail pasf trclock CATIIOUC Father JIcMahon will con- duct aervices at the residence of Mr Ed Campbell the first Sunday In each alter- nate month beginning Hie first Sunday in June 1S8C WOMANS MEFTJSO METHODIST CIIfRCII Prayer Meeting every Wednesday even Foreign Missionary 1st Wednesday in he month Javtnile Foreign Missionary 1st Thurs- day in the mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 29 May 1891

3ie San Saba News Office IS TnOItODOIILY EQUirrED i do all kinds o Job work in tho eatest nnd most artistic style A FINE SELECTION OF STATONEKY ept constantly on band We can as well by you as any other JOB OFFICE Foster predicts tbat severo storms ill traverso tbo United States a > ut May 31 st and Juno 1 st The little giant born at Cinciu itti is somewhat like tbo solar jficctrum it is composed of many > lors Tbo blue the gray and tbo nek being tbe most conspicuous m Wo ore at last serenely rocking tbe editors easy cbair Yo ive entered into business with alice towards none and good will partis all We open tbe columns our paper as mediums through dividuals may express ions may advocate their efoTO any d tho name of the writ signed and said article st sot be immoral defamitory in any abusive manner make rsonal mentions And whcn ir an article either pro or con pears in this paper the same ice as tbe article occupies will given for a reply And in case thing foreign to what we in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 29 May 1891

through that port efuses pie past jcar the foreign Girds of the United States passed According to the St Louis Republic there are 21000 fewer people living on the farms and in the villages of Massa- chusetts now than there were in I860 hot there are 1032000 more people in the cities than there were at the same date The Boston Transcript chronicles the facttbgtntwpijtmiij I i UiiiJill oar phases of life which characterized the old Japan are rapidly passing away u Western civilization is obtaining a greater and greater foothold in the country The trust record thus far in 1891 shows states Puilie Opinion that the balance of trade is beginning to turn in favor of the public as against monop- oly At the same time it mutt be ad- mitted that the combination disease is by no means cured The United States of old supplied the world with mackerel Today la- ments the New Orleans TimctDemxrat it does not catch enough for home use and the greater portion of the mackerel it consumes are imported t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 29 May 1891

SET DB TALMAGE ID BnoOKIiYN mvixcrs SUN BAV SKRMOX abject Xho Evils or Iilqaor Drink inc j Text 2bdh jofanfal a rfnetartX anJ hi frank of tht wine and vxs drunken 1 leucsli ix 30 21 I This Noah did the best and the worst Riing for the world Ho built an ark gainst tha doluge of water but Intro faced a delage against which tho human acs has ever since boa i trjinjj to build an rk Icodplusoof drunbeunesi In my text t hear his staggering steps Shem and japhet tried to coyer up the disgrace but here ho drunk on wine at a tune in the is tor j of the tvotU when to taj the least Hicre was no lack of water Inebriation aving entered the world has not retreated f igail the fair and heroic wife who Eared henock of VabaL het husband from con Jtcatloa br invaders goes borne at night and finds Mm so intoxicated she cannot tell bm the story of his narrow escape Uriah Rune to see David and David cot him lrunk and paved the way for the despolia tion of a household Even the church biihops beeded to be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 29 May 1891

Fresl nnd all gH Call ouELrasjPPrH5 fr fresh oranges and lemons Giles Livingston of Goldthwaito bought COO head of fat beef cattle in the western portion of Snn Saba last week Mr Cnninham sold 25 head of fine graded cattle to Eahl and Hud- son of Goldthwaite Still the cat tle buyers come and they cau al- ways find in San Saba county just what they want Como on wavo got plenty for all New imported cigars at Sasdebsox Bbos The best molasses in the market at A Poolers G Ab Walters sold his residence and lot in San Saba better known as the Cooke property to Mr Cal- vin Henry Consideration SGOO Fire brick for sale by Cameron Swinden Co of Brownwood New crop Lonisiaua molases at A Peelers W A Wilson sold to G H Ha gan his residouo and lot in San Saba consideration 8700 Try some new syrup and molas a they are fine at A Peelet s Call on ns for your preserves jellies mustards spices pickles pepper ginger nutmeg etc Elton ILusrEi Saturday Juno Cth is the day for annual election of School trus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 5 June 1891

The San Saba News Office IS THOEOCOnLY EQUirrED to do nil kinds o Job work in tbo neatest and most artistic style A FINE SELECTION OF STATOJfERY kept constantly on Land AVo can do ns woll by you as any other JOB OFFICE Tho insurgents are making pro porations to bombard Valparaiso Colcraa is effort to incorporate was sadly defeated last vveok A fire at Eansas Pass on 30th ult considerably damagod the city m twenty feet of water is now obtained at tbo mouth of tho Bra zor river Tho grand jury of Llano was dis charged after having found 1i truo bills Tho moddlesomo Kansas City Suns correspondents is in jail at Billing ninnaj fti jx The third piurtyjnovors are taking their eoso they have all to gain and nothing to lose h Tho state of Illinois has ap- propriated to the Worlds Fair 1000000 The Fanners alliance will nom inate a fall State ticket to bo vo ted for this fall Kentucky Democrats have nom- inated J Y Brown for governor and tho republicans F A Wood Tho national Declrration day wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 5 June 1891

Henry Hayne mites from Paris that cren Hhlirir an the Ijric th United Boston rp orating fcnmcn 3 n > f ttc When tho Hungarian Government took the operation of tho railroads in hand it reduced rates eightytwo per- cent By the purchase of commutation tickets a sixtymile trip costs fire and a half cents and more than one can go on a book together Tho increase in traffic amounts to 1GCI0 per cent An important chango in the German colonial nolicr has B ttttjiiMi 1T Chanctllorr Iie fterimcaspreyin con- templation to ttla fncanill be taken niter consultation and in concert with Great Britain This is a nuMGcaiion of the late Bismarckian programme and notice to the world that Germany is not going as extensively as was supposed into he colonization business Public lands arc still to be hadtaking States and Territories containing them in alphabetical order in Alaska Ala- bama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Florida Idaho Iowa Kansas Louisiana Michigan Minnesota Missis- sippi Missouri M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 5 June 1891

MY M TAMIAGE inn unooKiiVN mvivrrs sun- day sunaiox BuUIcctj IboriaRuoof Bad Books Text vAnd tjie frogs came up and coi > end thelandof Egypt And the magician did so vrtth their eneltantments ana hrovghl vp frog upon tits land of Egypt Ex vitt 6 7 There Is almost a universal aversion io frogs and yet with the Egyptian they were honored they tvera sacred and they were objects of worship tvhilo alire and after deaUi tliev frero embalmed and today their remains may ho foonj among the sepulchres of Theoes Theso creature so attrictivo onre to tho Ejrjptians at dh loe behest be cams obnoxious and loathsome and they Trent croaking and hoppnc and leaping Into the palace of the king ana Into the bread trays mid the ccmrh s of the people and even the ovci which cotr are unfitted above the car h and on the side of oolmneys bnt then were fmall holes m the earth with sunken wtrijy were filled with frogs when th haa keepers caroa to look at tuenj If a man set down to eata frog alighted on his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 5 June 1891

vear iv June 188r > > Tt OMANS MP TIM MFTI10D1ST CI1UI1CU Prayer Sid ting cv crj Wednesday even Missionarj 1st Wednesday ho mouth 1st Thurs Juvenile Fort gn Missionary day in the month Home Misiunurj 2nd Wednesday 1 the month LadiesAid Societv4th Wednesday i the mouth Ladies ot all denominations will find cordial welcome at these meetings OmCIAL DIRECTORY Judge Attorni Clerk Judge Attorney Clerk Treasurtr Sheriff Surveyor Assessor Inspector Disnucrr Coivra District Court eocenes on the eleventh Monday after t he first Monday in Jr ehrnary and September County Prohato Court convenes on the first Monday in February Slay August and November Commissioners t ourt convenes on the second Slondaj in February Slay August and November Justice Peace Court of San Saba Pre election the last Slonday in each month Judge Thomas J P Societies LO OF meets every Wednesday night Eaagajaaam mJ i milnil Kcb prop letor at lei r I s tuihcii vinLCTony f RESBYTERIAK Sunday School every 8 mday morutcg a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 12 June 1891

The San Saba News Office 18 THOROUGHLY EQUIITED to do all kinds of Job work in tlio neatesd and most artistic stylo A FINE SELECTION OF STATONERT kept constantly on hand Wo can do as woll by you as any otbor JOB OFFICE Wilbarger con acres of wheat this year has 100000 Mills county has decided to pre pare an exhibit for the Brownwood fair There are in San Saba county 71 men and firm each worth over 5000 taxable property for 1890 The State Horticural Associa- tion at Lampasas on Juno 1st 2nd and 3rd The Colleges and universities are closing for vacation and those in attendance will soon be at homo again Several petitions aro belorothe Canadian parlfinent requesting tho suppression oE liquor in elec tion campaigns 1200 people joined the church at tho same time at Houston when Bev Sam Jones was holding his meeting there Governor Hogg has appointed Sam H Dixon penotentiary in- spector Dont the Gov heel him- self Tho largo Banking firm know as Baring Bros has fallen a victim to a high han...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 12 June 1891

from such an atSSI a re game Pdeali largest iovern prtr r LVustia > dic lis Between the years of 1880 and 1800 the Sacramento Valley according to tha census lost 20000 In population all says a California Exchange because 100 landholders monopolize 1082600 acres of as good land as there is beneath the sun Tc cut our grain lo California says Senator Stanford wo are usin a machine which reaps a swath fortytwo feet wide thrtshes tha grain as it goes along puts it in bags which men stich up and drop in tho neldVeodthetoraiJ machine rakes the straw in and burns it for fuel upon that reaper When Stanley returned to London last fall there was a fad for alleged African dishes which if the native of that country could have tasted they un- doubtedly would hare pronounced bogus Theso dishes crested so much dyspepsia and other illness that people decided they would rather read about than eat them And so thai gastronomic fad ex- pired The first woman who ever voted in Texas chronicles the Cour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 12 June 1891

EEYMTALMAGE IHE BROOICIjTK DIVINES SUN JJAV SERMON Bulijccti Baleful Amusements ett Let the young men novo nr and play before us II Samuel it It There are two armies encamped bj ths pool of Gibeon The time hangs heavily on their hands Onennny proposes a game of erword fencing Nothg could bo moro healthfol and innocents The other army ac- cepts tho challengo Twelve men against twelve men the sport opens But something wentadversely Perhapsoneottheswords xnen got an unlucky clip or in some way had bis ire aroused and that which opened in sportfalness ended in violence each one tak ing his contestant by the hair and then with I the sword thrusting him iu the side so that thatwhich opened in Innocent fan ended in the massacre of all the twentyfour sports men Was there ever n better i astration of what was true then and is true now that that whi h is innocent may be made de structive J TChatofa worldly nature is more im- portant and strengthening and innocent than omusemeut and yet what h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 12 June 1891

Inspector PEELER Urn UETOJV Sio00 18 00 I 2300 3000 0000 P 10000 glilO jicr certs per crtion er lino each inscrtionTuTnoiBBKio e will 10 in- serted for less than DO cents each insertion CPSrECiAL Coxthacts to coyer one year can he made with tho proprietor at liberal discount on abovo local rates OnUItOn DIRECTOR fHESBYTEItlAN Snnday School ovcry Sunday morning at half past 0 oclock CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN IV K Edwards pastor Preaching every 3rd Sabbath at 11 A JL and at night Sunday school every Snnday at 92W AM Prayer meeting every Wednesday night BAPTIST Sunday School every Sun- day morning at half past S oclock EPISCOPAL Sunday School the Presbyterian ohareh every SuJUinorn ing at half past nine oclock j METHODIST Services every Sunday morning and evening J M Alexander Pastor Sunday School every Snnday morning at hi f past 9 oclock CATHOLIC Father McMahon will con- duct services at tho residence of Mr La Campbell tho first Sunday in each alter- nate month beginning the first Sund...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 19 June 1891

Sana News Office is TnonouanLi equipped to do nil kinds of Job work in tho neatest and most artistic stylo A FINE SELECTION OF STATONERY kept constantly on Land Wo can do as well by you as any other JOB OFFICE Work on tko now bridges is fairly in progress Stato Teacbors Association will convene at Austin on Juno 23rd Our county is bound to thrivo you cant keep a working county down Burnet has tho contract to fur The investigation of the L G N railroad receiveship is creating great consternationnmong the rail- road magnets Carefully observe tho statistics of San Saba and adjoining counties given elsewhere in this paper The average farm products of j a county is far ahead of counties a3 the fge of crops pro ln San Saba county over any cSnnty adjoining it is over S2 per acre A decided advantage in fa vor of San Saba county As gleaned from foreign reports the Europsan crops will bo very short and light this year But they need not suffer as Texas can spare enough to keep them alive for q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 19 June 1891

Jy which favors suoL WfVFiaMBaud believes that upon It tho future success cf cat- tle feeding on the other sido of tho water largely depends It was told of some celebrated gen- eral that ho nover knew when ho wai defeated Byandby he could nc t bo defeated A Uttlo of the same icplrit infused Into ordinary work would make many a dream possiblo that now seems to tho wistful dreamer as extravagant as the cloudiest castle in Spain TnB countrys consular service may bomade arid is to an extent mate a nakerfulinnuence for furthering tho tatcrests m llioneun agnuuiiuru abroad Howovor this influence may be mado operative in securing still greater benefits to our agriculture by having a consular service organized moro iullyin tho Interest of tho farmer It is a matter of history that the bones of Columbus are in Havana But it is also a matter of history that they are in Santo Domingo City This is rather confusing and Capt Nathan Appleton of Boston who has been In- vestigating tho question throw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 19 June 1891

M 4 PROPRIETOR Tear ites 10 00 1800 o 00 50 00 30 00 130 00 SiEsns loi i > cr hd 50 certs per it insertion ToSTnoiicS 10 cents per lino each insertion but no local notice will l > in- serted for less than 50 cents each inse I tion tySrEciAL Coxtkacts to cover one year can bo made with the proprietor at rates liberal disconnt on aboyo CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN Snnday School every nndaj morning at half past 0 oclock CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN IV K Edwards pastor Preaching every 3rd Sabbath at 11 A M and at night Sunday school every Sunday at 3 > 0 AM Prayer meeting every Wednesday night BAPTIST Sunday School every San day morning at half past 9 oclock EPISCOPAL Sunday School at the rrcsbytcnan church oery Sunday morn- ing at half past nine oclock METHODIST Services ocr > Sunday morning and evening J M Alexander Pastor Sunday School ecry Sunday morning at half past 9 oclock CATHOLIC Father McMahon will con- duct services at tho residenco of Mr hd Campbell tho first Sunday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Saba News — 19 June 1891

122 A Oolite 5 fjiAAJiSCO CAL met w > nv M1S4 S toni mm Both the method and results when Syrup of FigsS taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and act fently yet promptly on the Kidneys I iur mid Bowels cleanses the vs cni effectually dispels colds head- aches and fevers and cures hahitua conttii > ation Syrup of Figs is the tnly remedy of its hind ever pi > duced pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly Itonenrinl in its effects prepared only fn in the most healthy ami agreeable sulistances its many excellent qualities com nend it to al rud liave made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for salo ia 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug- gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure if promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept an ulisiitutc QALIF0JWI4 Fin SYRUPCO Make New Rich Blood tar brtt oudfuI n vrr Ko others vu < ailrBre or pUtsi a > ct 1 u r i t Tl ml rri...

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