The Dublin Progress. (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, February 5, 1897 Page: 4 of 6
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TFX a H. FEBRUARY 5. 1897
Sixteen *• Om.
Tom Lowe, in jflU *1 Denison
for disposing of mortgaged proper-
ly, hH confessed to being the bus*
band of sixteen wive# ana the fath-
er of nineteen children. Thia is
bis matrimonial record:
Wife No. t, married in 18K7 in
Purcell. 1. T.; No. 2. married in
Brownwood. Texas; No. .'1. married
in Belton, Texas; No. I. married
b this day of enterprise and ad- ‘ Beyond the Alps lies Italy,
vanoement those who buckle on V
tbei, uxor end triumpher dim. U ^1 ^«t UMnUur. but uu.
ccuIUm that oonfront than, will be “ “^rib.'nied rtanda un-
able to cross the Alps and penetrate We forget that age could
into the fair Italy—the cradle of touch her and impair the magic of
the gods—a land so blessed that it her charms. She is charged with
seems a reflection of tbei. smiles, the wreck of empires lost in her
. . .. . , ... cause. We view her wondrous
As the eagle that soars from the • #g she u( twlDing Mui
lofty heights of the Chamborsio ||owerg for ber hair, and thus her
cannot remain long poised in mid- faults glide in musical relapseaway
air. but at night returns to its while in our minds we refuse to lay
mountain home and, resting its upon her fair shoulders the burden
weary wings, falls to sleep among | of guilt. Out of the debris of the
the crags and peaks—so it is with | put we gather scattered gems, and
the man of genius. He may soar catch the faint murmer from valley
to the highest pinnacle of fame’s and mcuntaintop:
enchanted ladder, but without per- “Beyond she Alps lies Italy.’
severence and industry will fall to *,*
The Italy of everyone is wbat
make it. Its beauty and splendor
will take their hues and derive their yet in his prime
presence from the faucies that L..
our hearts and the purposes that
inspire our lives. May each of us
find the Italy we have hoped for—
the land we have pictured in our
dreams and peopled with the
brightest visions of prophetic faith.
May the land be as fair as Italy's
own enchanted realm; may all its
winds whisper of peace and quiet; Tom \\ atson got -4 votes in the
may its every stream murmer of electorial college, m spite of the ■
joys gratified and destinies achiev- great amount of dirt such yaps as
ed, and while halting amid peren-; Weaver, Taubetieck, Butler and
nial charms we can look over blue- other hoboes who tried to kill him j
capped ranges as the shout goes up °ff- Tom is a stayer, and don t
and exclaim: ““ 'you for once doubt it. — Kaufman^
“Kovnnil ihv Alim lies Italv.'*— Leader.
_________ ______ married
in Hillsboro, Texas; No. married
in Ennis, Texas; No. tt, married in
Marion county: No. ■. married in
Galveston. Tex ; No. ", married in
Houston. Tex.; No. *.», married in
McLennan county; No. !<», married am| nmv |lax
Dentsod; No. 11, married in I’aris;
No. 12, married in Delta county; orders lor Hu
No. 13, married in Mills county;
No. 14. married in Milam county;
No. l.i. married in Weber Kails, .
Texas; No. It*, qiairied in Young OUly Cl
we county. **
And this sixteen-to-oner is not
«, A,,a " m p»>
father in ten years of nineteen chil-j iJlc patrona^
dren by sixteen wives, yet kept
out of jail until he monkeyed with surrounding
a Sholock's mortgage! Go east, class prodlU !
young man. I he stuff is in you 1
Improve planeiftcr Spetcm
Aanutiaai Is • tlsglisf aeaaatioaof
Cl parts affected, generally brought
Seat from a lack of free circulation
M the Mood through the very small
■pod conductors. Thia trouble ia al-
2jrs eliminated by the nee of 8. 8. 8.;
inhina the blood, given it a free and
flgcibU circulation, destroys the poia-
Au microbes sad restores the circa*
Wtioa to its normal condition.
Mr. Robert H. King,
aad Influential citisen of
Ka., writes of hia experience with this
MAbout live years ago I was a great , rors
confronts us. In contemplating
the literary masterpieces of the
past wa find that their authors
spent years in producing them.
Virgil tottered from hia dying
couch that be might destroy his
Aenid, upon which he had sprnt
Pointt a • i.Lni Ilia Manilla Ktfl lif* ho.
sufferer from rheumatism. I was
treated by all the leading physicians
SUCCESSORS TO JOEL I ISHER ,
« . general directory
.IS. ery over the human breast. Would AN S DALLAS SPEbCM.
you seek to know the elements of I he Ft. Worth Register, a tree
success that enter into the life of.silver democratic paper, published
, /A*very great man ‘ Go ask the stern lhe flowing editorial criticism of
'%/*’■’ warrior, whose scars proclaim him . . .. .
>h« beriof.hundredbloody#.ld.: l,'y*"*“*'‘",lw*cb , „ „
* some Napoleon who baa led victo- printed verfioti of Mr. 1 rj-
V rious legions from the sun-kissed an s speech at Dallas is not at all ^ ^
< v Wtyl shores of the Adriatic to where the satisfying to the voter who desires *'
silent waters of the Baltic mingle 4° Be instructed.
Mm. Robekt H. King. with the Northern sea-wbose llag The starting point of his address
In the state, but without relief. In has floated triumphantly over the was the fundamental idea of equal- •'
Art. my sufferings grew worse dally, ruin8 of lbe Rr,ate9t dynasty the ity before the law-that all laws •• .
in thla'wretched condi- world has ever known—whose should bear equally upon all citi- „
tion for many months and was almost pathway to renown was lit up by zen8, inis is a sounu principle, .. m
a complete wreck, when I first read the the conllagtation ol the greatest na- but it occurs to the reader that he
advertisement of 8. B. a. Having tried tjon tbe world ht8 ever Been-seek »*as heard it before, something like
*^ood remed'ies' with no success, I vas from him the fabled talisman,“Sue- a hundred thousand tunes, if he
almost hopeless, but decided to give cess,” and receive his proud reply: b*8 heard that many political
yonr medicine s trial. I did so, and in ‘ Beyond the Alps lies Italv.” speeches or read hall as many po- ^ ________ _____
£ few weeks it had made a permanent z . i litical editorials. It is Sometimes J, •» ***!». mjwsrr tr™.un.r,» aril.,..
SfhTv***"" had»touch of rheum.- How often do we hear some valuable to go back to first pnnci- w h
Sm to t5» 8 ft: 8- *• »«*«* .talesman baskimr in the noondav Ples- particularly when government r^M,,M wiiii..,,..^..rk-rr
swcrderful medicine, and 1 shall ever , has departed from the course they w H Knu.i^.-M.bi Lri..,*,,
S.M.ri.1 «t..II Iro.tbk »f *■!• ; pr«enb7 but it i. b.ll,r to find i ”
^ Of bto^ in. intb. public nin who is .bl. to m.k. , j ...... ...i™,.., j
8. 8. 8. Stands out distinctly to it populace, whose Silvery tongue .nnliptlinn nf nlil ml<>a lit the While, Oublln.J J. furpen.Tftpar
self as a rest blood remedy, and for j n the emotions and pas- ,.PP f , i» •- a k* cossintr m «oou or oiwii
half a century ha. »»<*« curing obsti- E F human heart lindinc a' «>n<hU<>ii8 of to-day. It IS doubt- j r Jon„ , A „,m.lot,
.ate and deep-seated blood d.aeaaea , 8«ons of the human heart, nuing a ,f Mr B gucceeded in doing! ornnu ^.csssc
which other medicines fail to reach, responsive echo in the sentiment ol i n^ . B |•n|,.l.he. nubi
S. 8. 8. is not adrutr store preparation . his hearers as a skillful musician this in his Dallas sprach J ' oblUh"
aad no druggist can offer a substitute ;n_0Leg - fitting resDonse to the ^r- Bryan made this statement. _
for it. It is guaranteed purely vege- ... . ® PP .. “ l believe bimetalism brings us J ^. .. . . . _
sable, and contains not a particle of j vibrations of every note; some De*,. . . stable currencv and al- ! Jsfisial Distrist Graft,
potash, mercury, or aay other product 1 mostbenes, perchance, who leaves , * 10 4 , — * “ ® 1 IHstrtct Jraga. J-strsugkss. Siephonii
bi.bMr.xcSr.in,. Philip ibai : »«P*7>'10 : HSSr&ifiS&i - ««*
8. 8. 8. never fail* to cure Rheuma-....... * f <;r#r;-n liberal plan, instead of doitg It up- s,pphp„,me
tlam, Kcxema, Can^rScrofuls. or say than ,rJl tmmntnd in.. Oil a diminishing scale, as they I dibtbict cocbt coarsuns
mber disease of theblood.lt matters i tongue—then we are tempted to ex- . been doing for the last twentv : p*>° P*"10- »■» »*‘>u,lsr la March SM<1 m
STwhst Other treatment has fsilsd. claim with Hhakespeare, “8ome ; h*ve been doing lor the last twenty Umu.r;
- - ■ “ J ----_____*77- T -- years.’ (ApplaUM.) Urmnbory.4tUHon.Uyln Hsrrb sod S.
men are born great, genius is in* * „ rr . ' . teiuber.
herrnt" Deni 01 then c. underwent 1I°’. ™‘"y
pears of erduooe treioio, before et-1P1*"^ lh“ compered i “* *—’ “*
nf xln I in their minds before applauding, l llsinllIon.l.tHondsy in l»«-*tnbarsndJai
“*£■« blrd S'f 'hc burin*,, ofthie country to-dey M ------»“*J*
quence. Like the Roman bard of * . *
THE KATY FLYER
A NEW FAST TRAIN
Dublin City OoTtrumtDt
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•tendl and quotations
fro* of charge.
lions—how often he was drivsn to
the verge of despair—then you
would realise its full force.
"Beyond the Alps liss Italy."
King & Vincent
Beisntists tell us that in ths dim
post only s maos of dim vapor lay
—psadad in chaotic confusion
near Illimitable space. For -ages
the silent and mystsrious forces of
natora have boon at work. Those
agencies bars gradually converted
this ameo into the stars sod plan-
ets that compose tbs solar system,
natil today they journey their nav*
or-cossing coarse around a greater
ana amidst ths kindling music of
the aphatas. Out of disorder has
«Hb* order; inorganic matter has
keen consorted into organic matter;
dead matter late living, until now
the dew drop that nema the ffvet
kies of ths morning ana as it giit-
obliged to bslievo otherwise. Mr.
Bryan added nothing new to tho
cause of bimetallism. Ths Regis-
ter wishes he had, for the eolation
of tho question is most desirable
Collections anD a
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MAMUFACTURBR8 of all kinds
I af Carbonated Drinks, Older,
Oob*k Fongat When You OtflB'i
piirst >. Class i PhotoQi*
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Daley, James S. The Dublin Progress. (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, February 5, 1897, newspaper, February 5, 1897; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth530435/m1/4/: accessed September 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.