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   Weimar Mercury, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1893, Weimar, Texas                                THE WEIMAR VOLUME COLORADO MARCH NUMBER 18 OPERA UNDER TUB OPERA j I IfcT S TE MILLINERS How it tlmt bleak How mercilessly th of spray from the pavc nl swelling the guttc Ihi Young said Pethc what do you mean 1 eaving a wliitelulle hat here wii water lily and three sinful plum mi ilf Do I look like a peisi wears wuter lilies and GOOD GOODS LOW PRICES Tho liaest Billiard Parlor in the city THE BEST C CIGARS IN THE ClTY Best Whisky In to City MONeGRAM i bnmibo 4 DOUBLE 1 Straight Fine Imported Brandy and nil kinds of Imported Tlie Finest Blacltay Bi THE M mi DRY GOODS STORE Has just received the flneol line Torclion Irish Point iTalencienne Hamburg and Swiss Em with Inserting TrWY fl PTfT to match Silk SU Lace gsjk40 Lace Bed into miniature rivers Through lhc And who was walking f I H hitening miilMt the shop windows whistling away after leaving his I 1O and the yelltw stopped short at the I I I Ill lamps shone like ben old ladys shrill A VyiLjL i JL DRUGGIST South side depot WEIMAR mr out at were not pedestrians on liroailwiiy tlmt save thnse ompelled by grim necessity t face the storm anil Guy had he right ol way all to Theres no no hurry in Nine the said calm black ly to My hat is ruined nndmy coat is fit for ing outside pegs of n sec oudhand clothing Mit whats the whclli mntleiT said He stopped short at the sound i blue s of u slight close to Morea A shabbily dressed young girl i load of opinio Ml I ost at liis fei ide no prclo iik of a Olievali Hello snid Ive left th Iethericik hut at and j i the James lint at I must go I should think snid men attended to their business Nine ocloek nl mid my now black velvet with the satin 1 i difference it makes VOH are sorry or leveling he ectacles wrntlifullv Ml You must be vcr ug young man to have an I j beg that you will set tlii blunder right at lint he had n man heart within his an stepped insinntly lorwnrd to hel the young girl Not are you lie aske The girl looked at him with lie big eyes full of terror and My bandboxes faltered slit glancine eagerly Theyre not nre they Nobat you your poor tiling thats no said H was very awkward of me slip Whats tho mutter now M renn For she had slopped short i the attempt to move forwai n afraid my he shall 1 dot is se people who fling the rind on uld Oxford Look out for our large stock of Spring Summer Dry Wait until onr goods We Will Knock the Bottom Out of All Competitors Prices for Dny Qdcids utten n Inn sir ul iiflor lillincrs nnkle is sprain what it Onnfouiid eat bananas and the pavement Lei ho shrinking li iipprenlh it bi before nine oclock Guy looked reflectively down at the then at the pretty with its Spanish eyes mid lashes sprinkled with Im afraid youll hardly manage said But I must said the posi Cant you take cm back to the shop Its closed for the and i finnot delivering the I think I could walk very I as she made the effort her i cheeks blanched once more with I pain and a low cry involuntarily escaped from her No And live but ti through the mill Miss Jan Kill dv wean had m trudge ba linding ruin nit To Ii instead of my whitecrape operahat And to come buck at this lime of night I shall certainly let Dunoyel know what I think of ill boy Is this the way My goodness met Its Mo Guy burst out laugli ould not help the uddonness with which I 1iiwn melted into I beg your 1 mill but I in ving of our bandbox Fetlierichs Is it a lereil fair rhatf Neil her one earn let mo have Ill get buck before Ictheriekn rage waxes Ho lifted his dripping bearer id vanished with the bandbox iderliis smiling to hiuieelf the insight he had obtained into iss James A regular litllu virago lie told A face like oxalic acid id u that would do for a iliwoman wo are not liat we He back to tell Nelly Knox that he had duly Ml h beheste Nelly isnt said the pale diligently as if slu Shes gone ti back till nine nt i Oh1 said Gin mil dont And how the at her lips Harrisburg San Antonio Texas New Orleans Southern Pacittc v Texas Mexican Gulf Texas Pacific New Texas Mexican Railwa f T Sabine East Texas SHORTEST QUICKEST V8AFEST AND BEST Through trains and close conni from the Atlantic and Pacific what shall I dot illy knit his brow ered u Very How far from here do yon moistening a fi live he iaud twisting it On Bleeckcr n lit heros eyes grew giddy with tie the hats j ing her But ahe leaned How many of cm ure there Hello said Whats tho Ticketed and labeled all iighHJ mattelf lean nn my and Ill Im said the take the bandboxes in my left i with a sob in her not too fast Pethelick has been the Guy Moreaii had never been in i Ielheriok is a a working womans room i interrupted il as be stood on the threshold all my faul What size am I to make them What prevented the animals Otiy looked n little puzzled nt from tearing him to pieces is a mya for nobody dares enter the Make em four different cage in winch these particular lions nil then some ofem will be sure as they nre u unruly said The coolness of the deed must have utterly astonished the lions Wedding eh said and his steady use of tho Put tip in wateredwhich was poked in their faces lilk box and ribbon Stuck full of plums and con cilr I the id must have o think of smelling of spicesl do with some n cry good of Nelly Knox and tlmt that she ider the tniices discretion was the better great lady and has a whole house part of if her witli velvet carpets on It was some time before the man he Aoorand two nmidservantsto could be convinced of the great rait on her and little Fun at a danger he had been in and per and going to snaded lo use the rakes that c brought up like a And it ill came from Nellys slipping on a iannnapeel tlmt rainy Id out and slip down on one if I thought it would do tooiL I told Nelly he was a entlenmn the flrst time I ever set ayes on And Mncrnbblu firmly be ieved she was speaking th in Qivo the children Smiths Small Bile for this is tho very best ttion that can ho to cure and pro i nt Hour belching of tho hciuladic and costive Children tnko them as if they were sugar They will bo found many times Iras ex pensive than liquid also pills are advertised to do so nniou for ikik as each bottlo contains 40 and tho price is 25 A BROOM OVERAWED THE LIONS l at th f utter destitution that p A little girl who was makii by the light of ilcd abb to ivhito An incident happened nt Bar Baileys siiow after it took ip its winter quarters at Bridge which shows to what anger an ignorant niai will expose limaelf and how he may escape all Tody the well known and popular press agent of e was asked for work by a liking big German named d as somebody was wanted to clcini the cages of the animals he I was He was told to clean 1 cages containing the its j botli inside Lonre and The man set to work as Nelly jam Mi on n bimiiKM al flow lamp sprang to her feel i lid but jftcrw had be Hamilton He cami and i went about his back wondering what il for cleaning out the insldrs of the These are liinvided with long handles nne the man using them can stand safely out of all danger while do ing his York Tribune A QUEER pull us out of the and we got by great good in just 28 Oh some of those roads down there are Louis GlobeDem Join Halms followiiiglng Briber in an Military from u sub obscure Gtiadalnpo KDATKUM Jem wo are sorry lo has lie departed this life last Jem was generally considered a gild He didc nt the age of 23 years old He went 4th without any struggle and slch is Tu we nn pepper grans mity small we arc cut down liko a cowcumher of Hie kept a nice store which hi Ilii virchi liere is some queer railroading i in said stood in the Lacledc annex and gave bis pec lar motion calculated to make the eugar and peppermint There is a road down in the southern part of the state uS miles long whose cannon ball covers the distance in just four hours if it lias nn exceptionally good run of Trains arc run each way three times a if one doesnt chance to get lost and so blockade truffle mil a haiidc out for There are no telegraph or phone stations on the and when a train leaves tho terminal where the general offices are locat ed the conductor is master of the situation until he gets back Sometimes the pneumatic tiro comes off the sulky of the man employed to ride ahead and drive numerous to behold and many is the things we hot at his and we are uappv tostait to tbend inirun that he never chcet speshnlly in the wate of uink rel which was nice and smelt sweet and his sitrvivin wite is Hie aamo Wo never knew him to put sand in nis ihongli lie had a big sand Imr in front of lib linns nor water in bin Pic lo his re off the and tl is a week making the Ionn I rode over the road ouc walked back because I was i On the trip o farmer i the anced to knov ain while train gage Oncr Your Steamship Freight via Morgan Line AND Your Railway Shipments via New Orleans ami SUNSET And secure the LOWEST KATES and QUICKEST General Freight Agent Traffic at the sound of their I earn a dollar are yon hunt and if I am wi makes you look so while1 j I can get Its my little said you want turning to her vauisl Onr fast freight j We live here j turned with a roll of forty yarde insure good time and careful I am very much obliged to yon i which he flung exi Hut when Guy Moreaii was lantly oil the old who I lint what am 1 to do with i id come up stnira to rub Nelly said mixs ankle with shook 10 of tli ily he was nowhere ti ind a half a weekJ making a closer Hamj boar the brakeman returned with jonl I ilton was horrified to see the man i an invitation from the farmers a said the cage with the five wife for crew and passengers to Loads of it j He was going about his work in a I come over to We he presently re most methodical sweeping and after the He leaves a S 4 lion a groceric and other ejnadrupeds to mourn his loss but in the splendid lang widge of the poil his loss is their eternal Ediitur if yon will stomp tile abov to youl vaiurhle I will be ohlcguted send me a copy as 1 dont iake viirc pappcr oanly after m next doat naybiir lias threw with Alluc NOT A HEANKfyon stomp the which it at your send a copy to Bangs remainder as she only gits mi nabors d bag to read when line done with Victoria A BrnTlJUIe On Saturday last while Emm nducto with a c ifthe It And Moiv Held Alii lasionally ehooed in was introd if the astonished I but the cngi ng up to the hila itly so surprised at the mans I farmers buxom said the utter indifference to them that hogs had rooted out several cross they kept huddled up in one corni tics down below the water id er until Hans wauled to clean and he was apprehensive of a rep where rticnlar part of tin etiti lid Maerab but I cant take I They were unceremoniously evict we attempted to of the Ashtabula disaster if Local tho ways of a citj Iti likely youll ever see hid hair of them bonnets What do yon mean1 that its a i about charity Batfour dozen If I wanted fourteen dozen Ive a right to 1 confli Ive some notion filling il your out a shipload of missionaries for made the San Bcnicin If you want buttons or needles and they scampered around utterly lor stayed and danced fretful of their proper We got off after sure the animals would attack him sunbonnet and carried a large tin ns soon as started to leave the Three miles out we He hastily got some of the and the crew helped her pick wilel older hands together and then he strawberries enough to till her ordered the German to come out Then we backed up and the of the The fellow wanted engineer carried the bucket of her the little threeyearold daughter of lion was in the yard at she went too near tv which anil her clothing caught She star ted to run but Miss Ellin an older who was had presence of mind to catch her and put out the lire little one Miss UUic had hm hands badly burned in her cffuU sister rfnl Her nxl thoughtful one d the heartfelt tin terrible rs of Hro as she Her p is out rents made utifnl gold w her how   

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