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Weimar Mercury, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1890, Weimar, Texas qpR i CJ THE LKADlXft Of dclniiid ui ol 1 d id i lUIHI lllldlKd the is ell knn n n A n JOHS He had been ImdK defeated in hi oun rn MojsloiH AXD 1 county for delegate to state AIIVEBTISE and he was elected a delegate to the Hcxar county eon to i iiois toll mo should all mean dent rule on the eketll to U adiniic tin nn n me VL mmng w Vip him elected by that convention m r this Boss is opposed to the boyTlie dispatch MIJS this was done to hV ol i vindicate the antiprohibition into the THIS year has been noted for disoeiacj i tin an rous Jj of of li iptlunTiieta MrCoitwifK has withthe Tnited Sfatei supreme rni lit Tlie woild M moiv oo I drawn from the congressional we suppose in legaid to tho hut onl nib iood m n nal package the lieutenantthe shallow waleithe i i lit ol Ton is not much f rc lure of At mil I Dont linn niddi 11 ot si beloved by the democrats of the in too on dont Knoiv hr teu moredays the that an to wnlp cratie state convention will settle 1he constitution and laws of his kle been sevenli bj haic done underthe own For the Alemphis th 01 and in uttei dc the twothird vote neeclass states lights her lai e hei met iinn to 01 e in club i 1 staple 1 dress mens and boys 1 t mens UuHes embl oiderieB ol the Kea Full stock of Ilui AKiiiiiltiiral Implements of the best ER HU 03ST7 t Texas has a great wuncuon 01 nemg me only lust wen and a deep Nish p uh hngin I met look at tho southern from his otheis who bj Ihin timr had been hue been meant m liillinrd Parlor in Ilio city Hoooj than the twothird vote neeelass statcsjights looka Te know that Texas has a great distinction of being the only Imd lust wen hi i and n deep vaciety h ji weekly weather MEMPHIS claims a population of kilted the bill if adopted from to The jli meratar gave her cmts abseilt woreirlwl to drown herself by jumping marry It true J i n w n Cmra in more than two Kch and Htahlneeker of New but loot slipped m iko good and oiln in th 13 thomwrod are on liiown and OXcul of ol line in obi in a poi Iwo enou Tl jLn f MONOGRAM ing through the The amendment waa SheMid ni il tvt I u JU A li 00 l been entirely dentrojcd Sunday at Con kimh ol and 1500 people rendered the south end of and to hei h I m i ails Tl fi 1 PI M f I efs brick duellins fell bliiying i he M wo lellou iiewsol I m fin 10PJ t JI f P pl IMKEOUS county PI poied d I Ho HllblHI UuftiJk j L ll Troprimary prerinetTconveiition1 he died in lew for the MI li m i 3 j itGonzales last Saturday instruct Yoalum that the i i ed for Jadge George McCormick Yoakam Sundaj school is or ing so far the me con Our oo 1 m L hP A I K Th OH a deartl About bus lie VV f M republicans keep up a teachers and older The state ticket this they are A little child A ilie ivm o p V TTVT A T A TX words to that wlll S 1 ONE FENCE j Hound A boil I I h c is I lie ill into ot A has broken out in toek ol Ihe llov on han bloody fighting llue In for h id the lpiXoi I T t T T H ten it will Hnd the treasury in the We me tin lie lo no in and n mite in Jiile i oui willbo MABI children have died iu San condition us the Cincinnati uatcr U1 ci pel U ill in pi ices ami Antonio from drinking the city has resolved to IT seems that the United States miinj as and ie ji e i and i with YiccPresident Morton forl but they ceitainly hill shoit ol the h iieh h is Vi w i 1V So for allowing his of tllc I ed J I rime tinday lo JK the Aboni j I THE less pttcnt iepnblieali lead has e i a ii ml Mi Mln n o hi i of lor their fl KBEare so many ers nj l1 I late 8iiieriuteudeiit of Heis about to nhn liaioc to he nmk s hei M H to the ifow M that one would have to pnmeb ndu aloim In to li fl too much to Iroc o n u viio is A11 st iion that j wu U1K tj t Uliviotv I I j clfclioi but to IIP in furor of I V niiin in iliiu ami wlion liu are gcueially more inodprute election u i11 ihN it mil hu vuy iiretiy Vk MIKClRV ACiVT and hat one who got lo be n llmt utp1j elate K I1 and U pull There is wtdinouciu the United In i i h W weeks ago untilled Kinnihim In joii hbcial that j thought tlmt the ftumeis all year will be uy far the kirgeat TUB repnlillrau convention paid for and pal MOcraU will bolt from the meet and sen to k jou ijUUe itoi Jureknd That is sueU the party will be buried M the Uomil About on Itirliiumid uiin shoemii
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