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Fire Insurance Agency
INSURES
Against Loss by Fire
NDLfdstoneAgent
Office in Ward Murray8 Bank
A railroad commission law will
certainly be enactetf by the present
legislature
The 6tate faijwill open this year
nt Dallas October 15th nnd con
tinue to the 2lih
The Oklahoma country is again
attracting attention and colonics
are being formed to occupy it
A newspaper item says the farm
ers in central Kansas hare done
nearly all theirspring plowing
Deep water at the mouth of the
Brazos seems to be among the
probabilities ef the Jieiir future
PflHWSonTlfofthe time forthe
regular session of the legislature
is gone and but few bills hav be
come laws
San Antonio has a strong lobby
at Austin working for a law to
supply Bexar county with an addi
tional District court
Titles to land sold by the land
board havo been confirmod by
special enactment of the present
B03sion of the legislature
Bad roads furnish topics for dis
cussion in the newspapers nil over
the state This discussion will
cease when the good weather
comes
The demand for a uniform sys
tem of text books for the entire
state seems to bo almost universal
It would save Texas nearly a mil
lion dollars annually
James G Blaine Jr has don
ned a pair of overalls and jumper
and gone to work in the machine
shops of the Maine Central rail
road at TVaterville Maine
Terrell Wheeler McDonald and
Hogg are among the several scores
of politicians who are spoken of
for governor Everything indicates
an interesting contest in 90
The machine shops of the Gulf
Coioradoaud Santa Fe at Galves
ton were J2nrrtp lngt atinl T a Tf U
TrtwnTsMJTCGO It is now thought corporation
the entire shops of this company
for Texas will be erected at Tem
= The employes of the San Anto
nio and Aransas Pass railroad en
joyed their regular monthly strike
last week They are all right now
until the 10th of this month when
they will probably enjoy another
day off
The butterine manufacture at
Chicago cornered the butter miir
ket and made prices so high as to
compel grocers to sell butterine
41 Over two hundred grocers have
taken out butterine licenses within
a month
C P Huntington declares that
the Chinese exclusion bill has kil
led our trade with China and as a
consequence the Une of steamers
running between San Francisco
and China will be discontinued as
soon as their charter expires
Fort Worth is to have a Texas
Spring Palace to show the pro
ducts of Texas in their natural con
dition Many of the counties of
Jhe north and northwest part of the
statehave already secured space
It isproposed to have tho exhibi
tion injy une or July
Boals of Tarrant
ew manager of the
nee Exchange at
laid to be an honest
sin ess man and is
me of the leading
rs and bankers of
Hjtr vr McCune goes to
Washington to edit a national or
gaM he order
No possible industry now opens
up so full of certain and large
profits as raising buffaloes Tho
American bison as a wild animal
is practically extinct as much so
as she wild horse Tiie hides havo
risen in value and and are almost
out of tho market A fine quality
of these hides produced with all
the care they might bo on ranches
would command a price almost at
the option of the seller
The stituto providing for execu
tion by electricity in New York
state contains the following clause
No account of the details of any
such execution beyond the state
ment of the fact that such convict
was on the day in question duly
executed according tc law at the
prison shall bo published in ny
newspaper Any person who shall
violate or omit to comply with any
provisions of this section shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor
J E YERNOR Proprietor
YOLTJME XY
Got ltoss on Grand Jar s
In his late message to the legis
lature Governor Goss shows up
some of the evils of the abuse of the
grand jury system and believing
there may be a local application
found in it wo extract as follows
We conclude that the grand ju
ries are too prone to indict for
every conceivable offense upon tes
timony that will not bear public
scrutiny in the courts and sug
gests the inqury whether they are
not too frequently hunting for vic
tims or influenced by prosecuting
attorneys who are to be benefitted
by accruing costs ratlteft than try
ing to rid spciety offenders M no
longer endurable Time was when
all human shortcomings from pre
scribed standards were regarded
a3 criminal and punishment was
meted out without regard to age or
circumstance but intelligent in
vestigation showed resultant evils
too serious for silence or longer
neglect and proper reform began
The cost of the taxpayer from
this source is by no means the
only feature of the case worthy of
attention A man may be accused
by the malice of his fellows or by
circumstances and though presum
ably innocent under the hasty and
necessarily imperfect investiga
tion instituted by the grand jury
hearing but one side of the case
he is taken from his family and
friends all his relationship to so
ciety disturbed or destroyed and
if unable to make sufficient bond
is thrown into jail where the hard
ened criminal awaiting trial or
transportation to the penitentiary
the accused and the suspected
with now and then a raving mani
ac are crowded promiscuously
with an imposed idleness in a
moral atmosphere make shocking
beyond description which is pro
motive rather than repressive of
crime and from which the most
abandoned frequently emerge in a
worse condition than when they
entered
laws the staV or a
cane LZ3fc
properity for public necessity save
by legal process most carefully
guarded for which ultimate and
ample compensation must be made
by what method of reasoning can
it be justified in wantonly depriv
ing a man of his liberty which is
more precions and after subject
ing him to serious loss and the
contamination mentioned and fail
ing to make out a case against him
turn him adrift without amends
I would not be understood as as
sailing the wisdom of the grand
jury system but after investiga
ting tho one thousand applications
for pardon presented many of
which are signed by the court
officials juries and prominent citi
zens upon the alleged ground that
they believo the convict while tech
nically guilty was in reality not a
criminal in purpose or by previous
conduct and where tho grand ju
ries are shown to constitute the
hotbed so prolific in the pro
duction of a harvest of costs to be
paid by the people in the end I
feel that I should bo reluctant to
my duty and state did I not invoke
them to greater care and prudence
The practice obtaining in the
system whereby several indict
ments are permissible for what
should constitute but one offense
not only swells the volume of cost
but begets a manifest irregularity
of punishment and lack of even
handed justice so essential to ref
ormation which is the prime object
of all punishment One instance
of very many coming under my
observation will suffice to fix the
attention of yoar honorable bodies
upon this point A youth seven
teen years of old was indicted and
covicted of forging nine small or
ders on his employer and in nine
cases for uttering or possessing
them but did not in tho nine or
ders reach the sum which his em
ployer justly and confessedly owed
him for servico rendered yet he
was given thirtysix years in the
penitentiary and was conveyed to
tho walls chained to two hardened
criminals one of whom was con
victed or horse stealing and sen
tenced for five years tho other of
manslaughter and sontenced for
two years Wo may well conceiv3
that the conscious unjust and dis
proportionate punishment would
prove a serious bar to this boys
reformation and it to be hoped for
tho credit of humanity and the
good name of our state that this
prosecution was not prompted by
a desire for tho fees accruing But
at any rate if the state demands
equity justice and rightdoing as
conditions of citizenship it should
be scrupulously exact in meeting
out equity and justice to its citi
zens If these things do not fore
shadow the demoralization of our
judicial system they certainly in
dicate the speedy bankruptcy of
the state and county treasuries
O
James Jennings of Felicity 0
was arraigned before tho courts for
assault and battery His offense
consisted of ejecting from a school
of which ho was teacher certain
colored youths who entered it for
the purpose of improving their
minds The laws of Ohio gave
thorn the right of admission into
the school of Mr Jennings one of
the public schools and guaranteed
them protection while therein
There was no defense to the charge
of ejection and James threw him
self on the mercy of his neighbors
who sat in tho jury box They
declared him guiltless of any
offense thereby indicating that the
Ohio laws are powerless to inau
gurate the mixed school system
Had this affair occurred in tho
south it would havo received in
tho northern newspapers headlines
and editorial mention suggestive
of a race war but happening in
Ohio it does not even command
tho attention of a short paragraph
The negro has tried Liberia and
it is too hot for him He has tried
Kansas and it was too cool He
has tried Ohio and it has done its
best to shake him His home is
in the south That is the place
for him There his friends are
There he enjoys the largest meas
ure of civil and religious liberty
Tho older grows the world the
more apparent it becomes that the
southerner alone appreciates the
negro at his true value alono
sounds the depth of his weakness
and alone endeavors to help him
toward a higher plana Dallas
News
Rheumatism
Kichmond Va July 25 88
To SwiirSrEcrFicCoAtlantaGa >
was exposed to the weather be
cause of my connection with an
engineer corps My constitution
though strong finally gave way
and in a short time a terrible case
of rheumatism had full possession
of me My limbs began to swell
the knee joints were twice the nor
mal size and perfectly stiff my
ankles were so diseased that it was
impossible for me to walk I had
lost all control of myself and when
I moved at all it was with tho aid
of crutches A greater part of my
life was spent in bed and almost
constantly I was under direct
charge of a physician the best I
could find They gave me all the
relief possible but there was no
improvement in my condition One
day while lying upon my bock I
read your advertisement and in
desperation decided to try your
medicine I gave it a thorough
trial and in less than three months
I had left my bed dropped my
crutches and participated in a foot
race SSS did the work for me
and to it I owe my present good
health Use this as you see fit
Very truly yours
C A Patst
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis
eases mailed fee
The Swift SrEcino Co
Drawer 3 Atlanta Go
There are only two methods by
which lynching can be stopped
One is by treating the lynchers as
murderers and tho other is by
strengthening the lawabiding sen
timent in a community Either
process is a slow one though thero
is unquestionably a stronger feel
ing in the south against lynching
than ever bofore There is a way
however in which the lawless
spirit which leads to so many
lynchings can bo repressed in great
measure and that is by making
wouldbo lynchers understand that
they take their own lives in their
hands when they set oat on their
lawless errand as at Birmingham
Charleston News and Courier
Tho nntipolygnmy law is being
enforced in Utah nnd if tho Ter
ritory remains a Territory poliyga
ray can be destroyed But suscpss
depends upon keeping Utah out of
the union The moment she should
become a state the matter would
pass beyond the power of the Fed
oral government and tho Mormons
being in the majority would make
tho dreadful crimojperpetual Utah
must stay out until she cleans up
and wo believe this is tho settled
determination of the people
A Little Friendly Talk
Would that all mothers were
keenly alive to a sense of the re
sponsibility resting upon them as
caretakers and guardians of the
children God has entrusted to their
keeping Be patient and loving
to the little ones for only too soon
will they pass from the homonest
to the trials temptations and cares
of the busy outside world Guard
closely their tiny interests speak
a word of commendation or advice
when necessary but do not con
tinually chide True mud may
sometimes be tracked
ings unutterable you will desire to
see these footprints again when
for tho sound of Charlies boyish
laugh or whistle you would wil
lingly let trifling omissions pass
unnoticed Help Frankie paste
his kite and do not feel that it is
beneath your dignity to assist Kate
in cutting out paper dolls The
time you spend thus will not be
noticed and very precious to you
in after years will be tho memory
of those hours spent in the society
of your children A cheerful
home bright with numbers where
the boys and girls are sure to love
sympathy and advice will aid in
forming symmetrical noble lives
A home where love is a continual
guest gladly welcomedand plainly
expressed cannot fail to be the
abode of happiness So teach the
little ones lessons of love not of
fear
Spare the rod for whipping
children is cruel and wholly un
necessary I know many mothers
will differ from the opinion will
think it is impossible to train chil
dren without the use of the oft
quoted rod but mothers we en
treat you reflect long before you
inflict upon the timid shrinking
culprit harsh and unnecessary
blows
At the longest it can only be a
few years in which you can punish
and blessed to the man o JSS
ened by love and happiness free
from hashness and cruel punish
ment And mothers make com
panions of your children by every
means within your power Take
your little daughter with you when
making calls or shopping she will
be pleased at this token of appre
ciation and your society and con
versation will be eagerly sought
and prized as her greatest pleasure
Exchange
o
Tho bill to create Willie county
has been disposed of for the pres
ent session of the legislature and
there is a general rojoicing about
Georgetown Belton Cameron and
Austin but at Taylor the proposed
county seat for tho new county
there is weeping and lamenting
It is costing some of the western
cities a great deal to have the Ger
man language taught in their pub
lic schools Here is where reform
ought to begin Tho American
language is good enough for thoso
who go to tho public schools
Frills whether German French or
Italian should be paid for out of
private pockets Atlanta Consti
tution
Pennsylvania aims at prohibi
tion in earnest An amendment
is to be submitted to the people
prohibiting the manufacture and
sale of liquors and a bill has been
introduced into the legislature to
exclude dressed beef pork and
mutton from sale in tho state
Ohio and Kansas are contemplat
ing the same thing as to dressed
beef etc The Chicago board of
trade protests against such legisla
tion
Tho make up the present legisla
ture is seven merchants fiftythree
farmers twentyseven lawyers
four editors one lawyer and doctor
one farmer and doctor two teach
ers one civil engineor three stock
men one blacksmith one merchant
and farmer three doctors one
farmer and preacher one book
keeper one wool grower ono land
agent one banker and three gen
tlemen
Both houses of the legislature of
Arkansas adoptpd n resolution by
largo majorities in opposition to
tho Blair educational bill and in
structed their senators and repre
sentatives in congress to use their
utmost efforts to defeat tho meas
ure
A judge of the Supreme court of
Australia goes over bis circuit on
a bicycle
SAN SABA TEXS FRIDAY FEBRUARY S 1889
That obliging state senator of
Ohio Geyser put himself in an
uncomfortable position by his
kindness to a newspaper man He
had written a speech and was to
deliver it the next day Doubtless
it was a superb oration Ho let a
reporter have it Tho reporter did
not get back with it The senator
became anxious went to the tele
graph office and found it Opera
tor would not give it up Geyser
procured a writ of replevin The
constable who served it was told to
go the operating room and take the
property The constable could not
upon
lean floor by the restless feet bwft on th t
Tho dld dehver
Vho =
when with
day may come long
the but it
speech was in the papers
just the same and tho world will
get the benefit of his eloquence
One night recently Patti sung to
8000 people in Albert Hall Lon
don and received 3500 This
say musical exports is tho largest
sum over paid to any singer in
England for one evenings work
Bncklcns Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cats
Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever
Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains
Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi
tively cares Piles or no pay reqaircd It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded Price 25 cts per box
For sale by J N Eddins Co Ang 12 68
A Sound Legal Opinion
E Bainndge Munday Esq County At
ty Clay Co Tex says Have used
Electric Bitters with most happy results
Mj brother also vas very low with Mala
rial fever and Juandice but was cured by
timely nse of this medicine Am satisfied
Electric Bitters saved his life My D I
Wilcoxson of Horso Cave Ky adds a
like testimony saying He positively
believes he would have died had it not
been for Electric Bitters This great rem
edy will ward off as well as cure Dengue
and all Malaria Diseaseses and all Liver
Kindneyand Stomach Disorders stands
nnequaled Price 50 cti and 1 at J N
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on have heard your neighbors talking
about it You may yourself be one of tho
many who know from personal experience
just bow good a thing it is If you have
ever tried it yon arc one of its staunch
friends becauso the wonderful thing about
it is that when once given a trial Dr
Kings New Ducovcry ever after holds a
place in tho hcuse If you havo never
used it and should be afflicted with a
cougb cold or any Throat Lung or Chest
Tinble secure a bottle atonco and give it
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AGENTS
THE SOCIAL MIRROR
Or Social and Moral Culture
Introduced by Rose Elizabeth Cleve
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Terms and circulars free if yon mean
business and want to commenco tvork at
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we are Yours truly
LYMAN W DICKEKSON CO
919 Olivo St St Loos Mo
Intention this paper
Notice to Creditors
ESTATE OF A BOWSER DECEASED
Whereas Letters of Adminislratlci ir
on the estate of A Bowser deceased were
granted to tho undersigned by tho County
Court of San Saba county on the 8th day
of November 18S8 all persons holding
claims against said cstata are requested
to present the samo within tho time pre
scribed by law
My residenco is at Colony Bowser Mill
San Saba county and my Tost Office ad
dress is Bend San Saba connty Teias
J H BOWSER Administrator
Estate of A Bowser Deceased
BABTZXAND 1889
This is the one magazine in the world that com
bines tbe best amusement for Babies and the best
forMothers
help
Emiue ronlsson will contribute the stories or
some of
ofBabys Benefactors
belie the talo of the flax and how it famished lin
en for Baby of the lamb the toy maker etc
ilany pictures by ilr L J Bridgman
Baby Buntings Neighbors
Johnson
verses and pictures both by Margaret
will tell about the strange Babies of different na
jingles pic
Dainty stories Under poems ray
tures beautiful pictures funny will HU each num
ber Large type heavy raper pretty cover
twelve tinVes a jearaud all for only So cents
Sample WScente coin > AIfT >
Boston Ha a
OarLittleMcn and Women
1889
This is the magazine for little folks beginning
to read for thomselve
Mrs II F Butts has written s new story In
twelve parts enUtled
Patchy and HippityHop
It win have a dozen delightfurfulLrago pictures
Boy Bobs Menagerie
wUl picture many animals and give Bobs pecu
liar account of them
Mrs Clara Doty Bates wilt contribnte a uozen
poems about
Dame Natures Elves
the But elves Many pictures by Mr L J
Bridgman
There will be itnries of homo and foreign life
games sports sonio Western floral wonders little
five full pic
piece to peak and seventy page
tures besides no end of smaller ones Twelve
times a yer and all for tl Sample copy j cents
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The Pansy for 1889
Edited by Pansy Mrs G R Alden
TiiePaxst la an illustrated monthly centainine
from thirtyfire to forty pages of readina matter
It is devoted to folks from sight to filteen
jounj
Its contributions aro anions tbo beat wnrcrs for
youn folLa
Pansys New Seriel
will run throughout the year and i entitled
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Vanst will alwo continue
SUBSCRIPTION 200 Per Year
G P Holman sr
Physician and Sur roon
SAN SARA TEXAS
Office and residence at tho corner of Wallace
id Slldell streets opposite the postof ee
G P Holman jr
rHTSlCIAX AXD STJRGEOX
SAN SABA TEXAS
omci with dr o r nouiix ea
Residence just opposito tho residence
of MrT V Ward
WSScG H Sanderson
Physicians and Surceons
Office on Wallace street next door west o
Dofilerojreereridenco
J JL ETJELESON E II BETXESON
Burleson Bnrleson
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
RICHLAND SPRINGS TEXAS
Will attond allillodical caliswitbm their
reach at reasonable rates Special at
tention to surgery and chronic female
diseases
J N Gantry J T Walters
GAxnnr walters
ATTONEYS AT LAW
AND LAND AGENTS
SASSABA TEXAS
Office op stairs in Odd Fellows building
Will practice in tbe District Courts of San Saba
Llano and McCuIloch conntics
GK Ab WALTERS
Attorney at Law
AND LAND AGENT
OiW F Uow a Ilttildinc Sun Saba Texas
Will practice in anr court where sufficient In
dacententa are offered
Keferrs by Permission AVard i Murray
Bankers
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ITT0RSEY C0UXSEL0RATLA1V
MASOS TEXAS
Will practice In tho Courts of tho 33rd Jndicil
District and In the Supreme and Federal Courts
The
Ooldcn Teat
Mavgahkt 3uwrr has a serial story entitled
Itoli A Mory for Boys
and ambi
It is fall of the adventures frolics
tions of a vrideawale boy
Has C II LITISOSTOT has talcs of child lift
and child ways la a new department Uabj
Corner
The Mblo Rind Headings Tho Queer Story
Column and The I 8 Corner will alt be con
tinned
ThelUxsvisonlyONE DOIXAIt a year
VS A Specimen Copy for WVE CENTS
KOTE Yon can get yonr own subscriptionjnzM
by sending two new subscribers with TWO
DOLLAlLj to mv for same Ton must remit
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I SMITH
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House sign Ornamental
PAINTER
tS Carr tjo painting a specialty
CITY MEAT MARKET
JOHN SEIDERS Proprietor
South Side rublle Square SAN SABA TEXAS
Kesps alirars on b id fresh meats sausages etr
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Wieehnu lit siacksniitli
atj5 maohiriVJrof all kintfcjAi 0 J
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Eorseslioeiiig a Specialty
Give me a liberal suare ot your patroc
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C W Long
TINNER AND SHEETIRON WORKER
Shop on Wallace street opposite Eddins A Co
Will be pleased to have a liberal share oi
the public patronage
Erlioofini anil Guttering a Specially
The Monterey House
Is Kepi by the Old Veteran
= + ie Courthouse Square
Good meals clean beds attentive wait
ers and moderato prices Persons from
the country will find this house pleasant
and comfortable 50 l7
E MODYMAN
Watchmalier and Jeweler
Watches Clocks and Jewelry repaired
on short notico and at Reasonable Prices
ALL WORK WARRANTED
South Sido Square San Saba Texas
Oak Bale Kanch Company
WILSON THOROTON Proprietors
Richland Springs San Saba Co Texas
Information of stock not in proper range
will be gratefully recoived Nov 1 83
JJTAYLOR
Richland Springs
Toxas
Horse brand Bamc
on left shoulder
Counterbranded
stock nre in vari
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Our Stock of New GoodlV everlopartment was ne er so large and well select
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Ever brought to San Saba to which ail are cordially invited to como and inspeo orlr
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Will opon January 2118S9 anil continuo 5 Scholastic Months
Tuition per month from 150 to L00 according to grade No pupil
received for less than one month Regularity in attendance is required
Ko deduction for lost time except for protracted sickness Tuition must bo paid at
tbo end of oach month or satisfactory arrangements must be luado to scenro it Cattle
will bo taken in payment of Tuition at market prices
MUSIC is taught by Hiss Lnln Walters Rates 4 per month Art at usual prices
BOARD can bo had in private families convenient to school at as reasonabe rates
as can be obtained anywhere
It is the desire of tho people and Teachers to bnild tip and maintain a first class
school and pupils from adjoining neighborhoods will find a hearty welcome
DISCIPLINE Onr Disoiplinc looks alone to tbe good of the pupils nnd the up
bniiiling of the school Those < vho can not cheerfully submit to such discipline are re
spectfully invited to attend some other school
REPORTS will lie sent to parents or gnardians at the end of each month
For further particulars Addrow W S GROVES Principal
Cherokee San Saba Co Texas
LOGOS MUG STOBX
CtFTIIE LAMEST WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DHUG HOUSE IN BEOWN COUXTT
Joldthwaile Texas
Wholesales and Retails Drugs Medicines Chemicals
Faints Oils Varnishes Fancy and Toilet Articles Stationery Jcicetry etc
rffneadQnarters for Snlpbnr and Sheep Dip Th lans Prescriptions accurately cemponndel
at all honrs J Jfeivs Depository All tho leading D ily Parers kept
Agent for the WatersPierce Oil Company
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DRUGS MEDICINES OHEMICALS
Paints Oils Varnishes Toilet Articles Etc
Only the Purest and Freshest Drugs kept in stoik Special attention paid to lis
Jobbing Trade
XST PHYSICIANS rEESCKIITIONS Carefully Compounded at All Honrs Day or Night
We keep a select assortment or line Jewelry at moderato prices
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Time Card in Effect October 21 18SS
NORTHWARD
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San Antonio
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230 pm
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200 pm
832 pm
St Louis
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1110 pm
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530 per
230 pm
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310 pm
9ooam
815 am
Elccant Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Cars Daily between Galveston and Kan
sas City and Temple and St Lorn Free U lining Chair Cars between Temple and
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