Clipped From The Galveston Daily News

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to to vows. waiu* In the saliva tn the reptile's mouth. The Waelder Local adopts the idea that vanity Is a prolific cause of crime: It U an admitted fact that one of tho most fruitful sources of crime Is the de- £ ir f n° r , notoriety, and it seems to matter but little to many persons In what shape the attention of the public comes, so long as there la a rc*wuuu.U« uuiwum oi it shown to these morbidly developed individuals individuals who violate the laws of the land. They can endure anything better than obscurity, and to be paused by among the rank and Hie of humanity with merely a glance is an unpardonable Insult and In- Jury. The feeling Is doubtless encouraged by yellow covered novels. The stage huro and thu hero of. the itoveHut serve as models for young hoodluma In the absence of better example*. The Local continues to furnish evidence of the.untiring labor of it* veteran editor,

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 21 Sep 1894, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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