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Weimar Mercury, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1896, Weimar, Texas THE WEIMAB Vf COLORADO JUNE NUMBER 2G OPERA UHDKIl TIIK OPEUA IFMopxietoz firstda WITH A BRANDING j iron and that it i The following very catchy letter and think he shou is handed the Bulletin bv a genthe grand jury who received it from a la change his base and we dont I oftice in Texas and have done nil the same is print1 great deal of newspaper woi unique and catchyhabitually and constantly sol of but j where without having to exph if any of our sympatlict it a fellow down ini know alonghaired man who hi known for a long t that the mold in which 1 it of all in Leavening Latest Oovt Report Baking Powder The Billiard Parlor in the city Best 5c Cigars in TI The Fine Imported Brandy Mid nil kinds of Imported Wines The Finest of course you wiitit to got vou for your Colon That is the reason yon should take it the Weimar Everybody Is Pleased that have Reeled or Improperly iroaleil a beat our melh OUH are Vo regular ttnidimtes In medicine and surjrery anil nold diplomas from MIIIIII of he liat nlciUoaleulloiros Kvery Consultation Patronize Home MILLS They always pay Ilio highest market price for your They also Bell at very low Hulss and Meal mid cmi nlwnys GOOD NEWSPAPERS At a Very Low Tlle BemlWeekly News Uivlveston or Dallas published Tuesdays anil Each consists of eijsht There for the the indies and llio boys mid besides a world of von era news matter lilliuilnted The SemiWeekly News The Weimar Mercury for 12 months for the low clubbing pries or This gives vou tin ID pullers a week or for u rldleuluial J0w Hand In your subscription at RIPANS The modern stand ard Family Medi cine Cures the common everyday ills of Has rccoiveil n protty line of new MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND 8III3KT ATTOKWEYAT LAW Texas Physician Oflloo at Vravos All culls promptly attended RESIDENT JACKSO LANE JACKSON At Will nriiotiee hi any courts of the They will also n yTnrailn 4 4 Omoo at 1earosona Dru All calls promptly attended to ud you will tie aa treated by us with Ihelalost and our expirleucent Hot Springs and ui UiiHlcru hospitals enables us lo eii llrely criiUlcule this terrlbl let me know something about Seven years ago I resigned a year position at the printing bus to come here and establish a paper from the wreck of several former Glowing reprcsen lations were made by the organ ized business men concerning the liberal support awaiting the re newal of the and I seri ously feared that I would have trouble to find space for all the On the strength of these and alter grant ing a shrinkage of 50 per I obtained a lease on a very good plant which is in the hands of the court as the result of various claimants and proceeded at once with tlle publication of the Texas I have since dis covered that the percentage of shrinkage allowed for the promises fell short about 40 per cent and while I have the hearty good will and friendship of the entire I am a sufferer from that feeling on the part of the bus ness men that the other fellow i the one who should do the ad Of course this feeling couldnt interest me much if the other fellow wasnt of the same uind as I have a family that ntained very included to let tin ear of modern progress roll over and squash the stuffing out of the whole antiquated lot of The leading merchants here do not eve in and the Hones rcant afford My cipal advertiser spends a mill id hi iallitv SaXSvo by his The bus Promptly cured In u few nd sale Thl thods of the town antedat era aim Incfudea Erleotover a and advertising of the As il very p Of course th to be made as il would n e consistent with the editorial r Hustling Me me hear aliMil tl PURE JTKE FORCE IN THE CONDUCTING A GREAT The friKhfnl haoc of the torna John ilmcr Speed contributes does that have visited half a an article on Conducting a Great states in the past week make one Hotel lo tune Ladies Home to think of the ruin that j and tells much that is ill of the Avenue Hotel New which has acconimc tions for five hundred d gives this view of the practical ie of running a big hostelrie fn the workshops of the Iifth Avenue Hotel there are cabinet plumbers and gasfit and so The mattresses ill made in the rim one gels in Ihc out us il is at once sent for the of upholstered s and sofas are overhauled and the slock on hand of damasks Imwel cnniidalntllnrliiK thoyciir there lire wno would foil It llmlr duty to pay II they could not aflbrd lo rink Ihclr Jives null those of I heir fiim lly for such 1111 Anyone Kt Mils llimniliii0 for at Hull I nc the price ofaliottleol Clmmlicr laluB Cholera and lllurrlioen by all Hiillctsvillc Herald Several new cases of scarlet fever having made their Knbb ircd to Stale Health Officer ivcariugen last Wednesday lo mic at Sweantigen ur vcd here Thursday and made the id ted i iiigen pronounced the cases catlet fever In NTIUCTITUEA new No vl The only rational method to with so it is with painl A euro or anything that is calculated bring ones name before the Die except as a candidate for offi om Th l Speaking to tlle Herald UKdoctor said This is not u bad time for scarlet bill if it is not eradicated now it will become more malignant next winter and it will be liable lo spread all over the A monster measuring nine inches was sent to the Herald by of Sweet A finer specimen A young man named of who has been driving mail between here and Scliulen came here Saturday suffer ing badly with A collection was taken ui for hi llliils on Hie prove Ihls collection laKeu iui i iMTAHmlTho treatment is mild office a sign painter who fell off a j cllrisiiiul Sunday car here several years ago and Q tlllR Catarrhal UI U has since been gradually atarv lul ing to He cant leave town because he has only one arm and AHD AOTICE TREEhe says the cars shake him for tlle purpi back to his home in Mi says he wants to die at h The killing of a cow Dry Goods and Notions Our nicdlmtl reference book senl free1 imbedded in the animals ljr imMitlonlnx this a cent for advertising in smnil nlice irouud the Hours II lo 2 lo C and 7 to iron safe to keen5 around tile bought an to cntcred Or Hathaway 1 any inflammation at ied as far and against tin nrlh with the violence of all tin That the destructive force of tin tornado is electrical seems mos The f if Tinrapid gyrating and forward motion of the cloud probably g il and wherever Ibis lorci touches animate or inniii on he earth the mo cccen trie mid remarkable tricks an H is ibablv el ullice for a large And with and and Oreal supplies of these ire kept in but they are not elaiiicd after the evidences of wear are plain to be Iace curtains when washed always need to be gone over by an accomplished and at this work in this special hotel 1111 old lady with a gentle face and nimble fingers is kept employed all the year not As every window is supplied with lace this accomplished lace mender looks over and repairs about ten thousand pairs every The d that this force i mailer of providing apartments probably electricity because no and feeding the servants of a hotel ilhcr known force is capable of is most U means a very performing Ihe miracles and the great deal when it happens that there arefive hundred servants as in the case at the Iiflh Avenue Hotel when it is en tertaining its full complement of five hundred servant lof each Chambermaids in a firstclass hotel do not have a hard time and they are well paid for their Good food and ood lodging count for a great Then they receive wages of twelve dollars per The tips from guesls on the twelve dollars The hours begin at Mix in the inoMiing and end at six in Ihe each one having four nights of each week to free from work or The laundry is also an immense department and has many interest ing The bed linen in constant use is for four hundred and seventy and four times that much is kept in reserve at all Something like one thous and napkins are used every day and fully five thousand are kept in Two thousand towels are in daily use and ten thousand are umgiciiin tricks that lire from the path of e Republi A Soiniil Mvor n Well Are you constituted or trou bled with slek hull Innte III lolll pain In hack Mm chills If you luivo any of these voiir llmr out of and your lilood Is slowly beliljf he cause your lliiir doen not ait llcrliluo will cure any dlnorder of Ihe stomach or It has no AtH was the of tl he invariably I then a clerk in a large music publishing house on Chestnut One day a well quiet little woman entered the store and asked me to show her music of a classical struck up quite a couversa in the course of which I ask ed her if she had heard the great Jenny who was then the talk of the She laughed and said yes I have heard Have you I told her that I hadnt had that pleasure that I hail very littl ig the price of ad She laughed kepi on Mothers will Had rough Itorucily especially croup mid whooping It will give prompt and in safe and Wo have mild il tor d II has now lulled I per cent a month to his friend When the safe came he was so ii dignant at finding his name paint have maintained my family longh in one Contains respectability and have kept free i mill st 10 Sold by from and tire realization that artesian tpected to act as an immi1 Monday the et tho UalvoHtou Benii i for t for the oil Keconl k a fine stream ofj The Court of Criminal Appeals a depth of 68 has reversed and remanded the ell was sunk five case of Williamson appealed fine stream of from de vate lift 111 hold th ry q Fo A Irnclicnl Idea pre sented in the Temperance mitlee of the General Methodist Tile majority of the committee has adopted a report de claring that no political party has a right lo exeet the support of Christians It that party does not declare in favor of a total prohibit ive liquor This report has the support of just sixteen mem The minority which is signed by fifteen de on the other that more effective temperance work can lie accomplished through the medium of the old By he organization of the temperance just as by the organization can be rolling in 3500 gallons a This is the I of two accomplices that phces ap be obtained from either ol the old auowehwwho d1Second well sunk here where pellant at any lime during the parties which could never be oh tried it aro three Iest boast is that the only advertis1 has been secured at a very moder1 night nearer than mile and a tained throush the existence of a ivorse off than nothing1 Jueer done by his family in four genlate the Wolters and Trauthalf from where the homicide was new The minority has How it isnt itt erations was clone with a branding well being only 88 feet adopted an idea that is
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