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Weimar Mercury, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1894, Weimar, Texas THE WE VOLUMK VL COLORADO HER 13 USDKR TUB OPERA r 2 tT S Ii ii BY MUTUAL It is plain to snid Hlnai after he bud quarreled with his wife for half an hoiir over the lireiilifiint it is very plain to Hint we nre qnile I fully agree with retort ed wiping the tears linger from her pretty brown Wo are not at all conge On this observed Blum we seem to hav difference of We FATE OF A BQ08 Perurta i No t Ilnmmerold in id the I In nilu Cnllnii his Direction is reciprocated yet of says the t feels Ihat the eitunlioii is Tlio pniclin One idglit they Kit down on acres of n huge bowlder ami watched tin glory if the moonlight on Hie Including rolli he loved voice confca a mutual attach In e of the liirl Payn Then CRine the of revealing company was placed by Wo Imvo just rcccivof a largo supply of 11 is now famous which arc sell innat The finest Billiard Parlor in tlio cut THE BEST C CIGARS IN THE CITY The Best Whisky in the City MON9GRAM RY DOUBLE STAMP Straight Fine Imported Briuidy and all kinds of Imported The Finest Blactay BrandfMiSf SPRING GOODS and we will offer same to the cashtrading pubhc at very low Below we quote a few Items Light Calicoes nt i H All Other Calicoes ut 0 coins n Fruit of the Loom or Lonsdaie by the at n Domestic very good a ynrd Sheeting 10 at 20 cents a Linen Percale full yard nt lie a Hose fast nt worth ribbed ut worth Shirts linlT white or o nt All other goods ut pro tlenntc Also n big lino of Shoes and Slippers which we will sell to yoi greaily reduced LOUTERSTEIN Harrlsburq San Antonio Texas Haw Orleans Southern Pacific New Texas Mexican Gulf Texas Pacific SHORTEST QUICKEST AND BEST Through trains and close Route for Passengers freight Oar fast freight schedules you are really complimentary Bo 1 was a rath pretty and stylish y met me That was just one yei I suppose I have grown o nnd homely and dowdy in a yea If Ihe life I have led with y daring llic last six mouth is t of She was growing hysteric 1 have done all I could to mak but you are the moi inroasonable woman I ever sin I thought yon mi but I hav found you possess a coal Oui rled life has been a wretched fai ho very deliberately n enipted lo take a drink of coffi om his egg There is a remedy for ou exclaimed the lit le a look o esiilntlon on her flushed he The rci ly Is It would bo H lorlmis thing to be n frei Hhe leaped to her That settles Illnmmer I not live another day with yoi fter thitl 1 shall enjoy my free oin quite as much HS you ho only thing I regret is the hor ilisgraco of being seen in a vorce Yon need not worry about unless you wish to HITJI for we can live apart V mutual consent and there need no As for 1 i hull pcr murry Nor Once ls enough for el Wo shall live separate quiet She sat down again and they ed it Hnally arriving at Bluinmer went away to to little resort amid the uioui where she could spend let She stopped ilurosqiie old where sh s known as a as it liaii ned she affected And ry guy little widow she made she was determined to obtnii or forgelfulueas In the pli bo extracted from the passing And so It came about that she ilo llic acquaintance tly lovely old wl k a great Interest In 9 so very kind and attentive t he seemed like n father to uy after day Blnmmci 1 the doctor were seen togethci 1 it was not long before tin er guests began to gossip uilM about She is awfully luekyl declared gushing young He is ly in earnest and hes so aw fully rich No sensible girl would mind his for hes awfully But its always the widows who make the lucky One day the doctor and lilummer were alone in a cozy lit tle nook beside the mountain whore they had come for Ihe ostensible purpose of Hut Ibelr rods lay Idly on the ground and they were seated quite together ou Ihe soft said tu Will liluinmer felt himself tlic liuppl eat man in the and lilummer They greeted each other spoke tlio little wo after some iiioinei 1 Imvo come to And I linvecomc tonakono ol he J want you to allow mo lo ob lain a legal ncpsiaiiuti from verv thing 1 Till fa Ihiil is the going to iek of I am give yon Ihe necessary wo ciin laho Hie case Kverythlng IIP aa posul by otli was sus Kurt Inyne wns ihe Brut attempt of organized Now Kngland capital to found n city in the nnd I has proved a lint end millions Have boon sqimnder The town was built lo mile In tlio foil of IHM liicn in wsoelates of Hualnn floated ov shares of rorl IltyncOo nnd Iron company slock In Ver New Hampshire Uhodo Cm neclieiit and New York city at ti per share of realizing a cleu which was taken in lump to Kort Afterwards ON EIGHTY CENTS A In Ihe treii per slit of slock reservei nry were ImU bo done aa qiiiutly fr Thin soon liolh seemed ami still was cs hey eyed each oilier ii Ii Wo is if scenling the ivent and n lib bondsag Why lo yon wish he Iliially trust arc not contemplating another anlHgo us KHOII i mid urn or j iii enough Site loaned her head defiantly I Inivc no reason to imieeal lio idle I am iplnting nnolhcr found mi ideal IIIHU anil he he mo Ins m soon as roper after Die Mpiirci Jilummer fell H twinge pained irprise and ho fancied his wife the rule of town which win also expended upon Ihe town Ii railroads Unit ooutreni id iniimilacluilng il never seemed quite to hand lainulsogoinjrtojrel e Uniting pleasure bis ability to say 1 am gcd to n moiit dnirining girl I am will odel II ir Iurii mil all I liu iumuierclul tlio bogs of ftniineiii depression in Fort iuyno retired mill him remained in retire nicnl iivcr piivalo and cor poralc oxpoiMllliireH hnvv amount ed to nil nf which hits been told for or for oeiiiM on llic Tlio result of tills enterprise Imtt been disappointing to both caste nnd to the one In losing their miiiiey nnd the oth er in Hu check that IM given lo eastern Yon 1ajiii wns Ihe Ilrst of a serltn of boon kenltowiii thai eiiine to the front ii the south in and Mid nt rending book nnd eat Jlolino him on It was the iinon nd work bad stopped in the base lent of Ihe building where he did lut of hard dcescrtf he was us the turn In I ho woiklngiVlu Londo ilillo Ahere are iihviija Ihe hihi this la tny din riuiet large class has adopted icgetnbleand cerenl foods from and finds them MllHcidiit inclined people of wealth in lingliind leach the poor how to make them pnlalnble and on account of their cheapness and the nourishment to be from In Oxford si reel nlone there an Your dinner wliat tiuirnnts where H good men of bus happened that yon livn on this kind can be obtained for thin Htiirvmlnn diet I ulionld mid these resorts uro very nomilar from tlio Atlantic nnd Pacific coasts Insure good time and care Oncr Your Steamship Freight via Morgan Linemi AND Your Railway Shipments via New Orleans and SUNSET And secure the LOWEST BATK8 and QU1OKHST General Freight Agent Traffic f think it would kill wnn Ihi excited response of Ids Intcrlo A smile piisaed over the ninni It Is my regular On i egimen of wholu wlieu cerenls cooked In varloui vegetiibles and I an iniibled lo do ten hours of ns hani ivok in a day aa most men can you over cut any Buoli n diet will surely kill no with n I lave iiraclleed II too long fo and cnn work just us nd In nold do not know that that land of Intrd labor id Biindl whore the win ters arc long nnd very the aboring classce eat meat but lut some lo whom Id economy is of vital complain that cereals do not good and that they can never be come accustomed to their prelerring one meal a dn of what they cull more nourishing railier Ihun throe ol iliiu kind at the price ol the Dainty cooking and cure of stores is necessary in order 1C have palatable dialies from rye and These should ID purchased from Blums where Is taken to have them fresh and where they do not come In contact with anything that will mint for they are susceptible to ulroug odors an milk or From my ixpeilence i conviction of who are now Mwiggllng erty lo her Hut yon arc going to et mar be I slie quickly as 1 did think of bat Ive changed my mind love me a bit mid I You dont idy to He couldnt resist no so e caught her to his breaat nd she sobbed on hit JJdna irlie close to we have 1 A eorrespondent of he Ameri can Iarm News gives the folio Ing rations for dairy bracing cotton seed meal and which he claims to have found good after long expcriem and are snfo rations of 1000 pounds otto Iberthf his inns i iittie Jj flvc meal and six pound all the rest of t hi world seed products I n They lo eai Ihcae natrl on cooked I lions cereals and vegetable and I one phase of the problem beans and oabbo Philadelphia n religions so eioty gives i vegetarian dinner to the unemployed anil hero is bill of fiire used Jiinimry etnble slewed cran berry wheat corn rine The liekcts arc distributed by the relief and the ject la to show that wholesome nd nutritions food cnn bo pro urcd at very moderate The lliink I be weak from insnfmenu in in the form of a double llciont You do not nnd within are reeines for that olio pound of ranking the various diehes served bread made irom whole wheat nnd figures to show liich contains all the goodlnutriiioa in thi iess of the i al lo pounds of By 1 do tlio i forlnsla compared to bnjing ltd pounds not that I nlwnys oat of beet for jou pay for 80 The diet ie Sometimes J pounds ot wmerf wbercua in eat sometimes uny of the various fruits that bcin the I of which you have seen me eating conlnin an amount prii of oil which furnishes the neecspel beans for ly ing 100 ponndi l purcliaiie water for 58 whole cost at city retail QCS of the above dinner for JOO could only bo taught howi bills of fare by adoptknow at the present of the portion of each person most But man eat t Ihe cost is re PATIENTS THIUnm I IIIIIIM i Texas Mind many ti I 111 for Sill lltii that ore advcrlisiil to do E Bifk es bottle and tlio price is 35 cent icioties for t to rooms suitable for n completed it will mie of the t sirncttircK in the unite
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