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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 6 January 1883

rOL.7, NQ.S8. albany, 'SHACKELFORD county, 11 X-\S. SATURDAY, JANUARYS,1888. A. JLfCLABMX, ; ahdLAUD agent, 1 If you or I J Today should die, The Mrda would dog the i to-mor- H«r flowers wi w sorrow T«, Wou I would floss, tl e gross yield bay cattle low ■ , V* I us pass away. n •OOB we pass : few, alas! ae who turn to mould; > toes lade If r or uioifcl > winter o'r, e: us dead; ■r&vAzM ^Ssmm ite bat from himself. ? man ble; of sin are not paid Old Nick('l; own oolo. m § not to dis- not to before we know him. (off than that >u fan «S sif NEW SERIES, JOL. 1, =33e= Ewv intelligent ctiizen ar knowledges the power of the press. Every public entei pt is. appeals to the press for support: and it seldom fails to secure it. if it deserves It The modern newspaper is itself a public in- sAtution and therefore synpa thises with others. It is uoi subject to the narrow mid rigid rules which apply to merelv pil vale calling#, blit to the broad, enlightened principles springing out of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 6 January 1883

' _____ « tr ^ - J '''y•' y/ ~ r/? OI K EFirLTfS« SA1 pat Griffin JBc*f*o completed its third lame and ciosed Us doore. e flM-tt said iu due time ti*e butio « fM*WV ,W4 t&fr# ^ - " " * ' jHi ■ fludlaii fight. and three with criminal!?, kilting I>aiiBg most of this week the I wounding two County Commission^i s bsvelineffrctjve attempts been engage j|j a minute examf 186; rt-oovered a ;i ■ft •*®<*«a*fcfal inveatig ri<J of the l)i«oke^ account*, mr |;;r: V.- m M M • -Sijffe '•i&M A !-U ' cwcets of the ham Count j The.total «* than C. Pace in mouey ; i [miles traf« .arts; OXi SSL Drouer. and lo th* school It i report of the bis ac- itM t^ppppi ' " a dtielioB to date of hi* in- ■ m I860, to mt day of March, 1888, the date at which 1ms comn leaced to ; ■ t mt perplexities of y report at all. ~ im ■ 'period &! « I is&m •aft--, i" • . ^ r* , . ■•■, ^j^^|^JJ^I|^dta«goodaBd iKiiMfiiiU. on-., «, ; __ ' ,vr-g WM$:$ 1# M21P ■ Is -at Jbiack- woman Hlffl age- I nor of Mxat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 2 June 1883

dknj ALBANY, SH 0R1> CO , TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 2. 1883. NEW SERIES. VOL. U NO 2 f Ho. WakMK Ttxu. Kutemi at tlw CUm Matter. H* A *• C* 'B p. m. noruit urjMin sr? • &sL.: Co., Tex. ' HOT IWFtfOW. >fi Some of the most important inventions have been the work of boys. The invention of the notion to the steam en- 1 W1** 5 & git# was n|ede^ y a mere boy* corse's V * was in a very incomplete condition from the fact that there was no way to open or close the valves ex- cept by means of levers operated by the hand.' He set up an en- gine at one of the mines, and a ' m ■& 7T53 r 1£8 ARC CEIVIAG. w • A Hartford jeweler recently directed the attention of a fiiend to aj-ough appearinjL^old far , toiifiJtttfUJK . down Mail Main "Pve been an on oi<$ ^business yet it required his constant at- tention. As he was working the levers ,be saw that parts of engine moved in the right 0 ■ ' ? .... t& tad to . open oc closet the. valves. He procured a strong cord and made one end f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 2 June 1883

TUB ALBANY ECHO SATITRDAT. WKm t, 1SB3. ■ 'Hi «* PBIESD8. About five months ago we opened out the Echo in tbie place, issued one Bomber, and as most of our borne people know, we theitjrent to bed sick, and for several weeks we*e con Awed to our room. Only re rent ly have we feltable to re- our task, and even now "tackle" it with fear and : for oar physical abil ity to continue the work. So much by way of explanation. As of old, we shall endeavor to the Kkho a home Jl&ws- fit to be read at any speech but for two dol you the. ind a A Trip im Yell«w Hmwc Cue ;j9m-., Thinking that any. observa tions on a trip to tellow House canyon might interest some of your readers will give a brief account of what I saw and heard. The writer left Albany about ten days ago on a buckboard by invitation of Mr. W. R. Moore, a Bovine Nabob of wes tern Texas, whose cattle like those .of Jacob's, roam on a thousand hills, but who does not, like the stock men of Jacob's time, set painted poles before his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 2 June 1883

of PuMknlUm: No. s, Walnut Texas. Entcn-d nl tip M MmoimI ttam MiiIUt. •>' I '•©• K.B.Tndu Arrive and mail, arrive 5 20 in the ami mail, depart 8 10 in the, Phillip Wilson, Agent «e Mail* Arrive South, east aud west, via H. ft T. C. It. It., arrive daily at 6 21) p. in., and de|mrt npfeaiif 10 a. m. 1 Fort Griflln ami the north, depart dally except Sunday,at 8 a. m., and arrive daily - «anpt Sunday, at 6 p. m Office open on Sunday from 8 30 toO 80 a. m. F. B. Jacobs, P. M. f Tli , Drive. Tl e following herds passed here dur- I lag the week. ending last night: cum*. 1 Lrtle, flcDaniel & Bntledge, to 2.030 Dodge City John y.Cemp. " " 1000 Byler A Cork hill. " " S.00S Qeo. W. West.2 h'ds " " MOO WA t. Butler. 3.500 AMa lASatd, 2,800 a A Murray, Doane's Store, 1,430 D.K [. Snyder, Colorado. 8,000 C.N . Conheilee, Crosby Co., « h 4 Elliott. Dakota. 2JB8G Lonj (ley A Givens, Wyoming, 1,000 . Caruth, 2 lierdu, u 3,«fi0 Ufiwer, ; " 1,500 Total, 34,506 xrv* J Brand total date, 189,420...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 2 June 1883

T. B- K ■■ ■ j tJiWf 1~ u r.-tr iur 2 br* -io- £oa> tin* Gulf Oi Mcxlco. * iibiii aeeouisu t.r thr g< od I health «tf r.«* «-. u«!y Hi a great mwuirv ... ,_^r>_JRHppKAMbK. < rdboun, - IHstii.t Attorney.! IV bulk uf :h«> land- of this «s wf the thir.i Monday in state lands. < * uipri-in£ jKjfouoh asyluir. and September, -Mil may wtfwr ity Urn!* There Jr•* large *>dy of kind known a« Peter*" colony . :d>" a brrgr body of land.owned by toe Count v lode* LamlCompany. jdsdsercrfl to* !Mul ««•«" *yto<ltt u*h5 \>i • • V3S ■ «i :# (Sum B}« am. was : and tor-toe a**! A *ery good *bowi| bet. th.it th<* ikrxe Hp* (oranges iariber w Kheriti & 'In* Collector. Jacobs. - - - Surveyor. Keener. - County Treu.-m# Patau - - - Tax Aft W«r. ■. - County ahoiim'v. *- *'• Sawtnons, J. P., pre't No. 1 J.L. Thorp. . - 2 A C, White, •• <• - 8 i iBsS? fjytoiiAuii*. > ** u " — 4 Herron Constable •• . " 4 T. H- l>nm:. Commissioner Precinct No 1 C. H. PhHbrick, " •• ■...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 9 June 1883

VOL. 7, BIO. 24 ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 18S3. ALBANY ECHO. \r. junk 9, imz. 5 20 to , depart 8 10 is the 3oatb, east and Brest. via BL 4XC. B ;.. #rriw daily at S up.t p. m., and depari da8y at,7 M)&- in. _ ■'.• ■• ;,| fort Gtitftuaiid exwpt S nd*y,at 8 s. its.. cxeepHSumlay. at 6 p. m. Office open OB Sunday from 8 10 tot 90 &. tjt. F+ B. J tcotei P.. M. DEEP H. COUNSELOR AT LAW, Albany, Shekel ford Co, Will render lands for make ouIUjotioa .«tc. G. W. ROBSONi ' tutted Mate* ■ ■ In and for the u DUrrEICT OF TEXA.8. ;^t, AJUfiJ, ] l$m West Sid* N:*%. ; . y$J\ - . • Albany, Texas. .. :g*«rj"ti 'tag.ne t.i d'eI«wiM i toola aharp ^CLARKJE & MALOKKY? Land and Live Stock Agnail, ■ Shackelford Co,, Tex. fattetoeC sued. Tuxes paid, *n4 1MB, U U. «r. k. mrm, M. p I /* KZ> <fc PO WELL, i and SURGEONS y, Texas CAMPBELL, AT LAW, I Agent, ( - Texas. E Y 'fc AUTANT, The PresMeate' ttrarf*. ^Tne presidents of the United States who .are dead are nearly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 9 June 1883

I A K\ rri Ql KNilON, RMf&r. Jl'NKf. M. . the T*-Xns:l^i-!aniw bb passed a la* fixin.tr lb* lime fd§ a AT Li* I'. _ 4 holding coint in j tsfo- Die gttoft desideratum of this jeioetN*. 1. this comity, and aW& they have, long felt authorising tlie eouimh 3iouer3' of and on*- ihej liiiVr pr of Limes seen In lhe , future, but like a smtnner sed away,—is about reomplished. *■' I m This •minx, of Messrs. F.'E Conrad. U rnoldtf, R. EL McAnuhy, #ves and others, wade preliminary a, ita for the ink . whit radon at 1f (t nd U. t-M throughout th^ state. - ''sfffirtc ■' i * y i, ; M V, . * I . -%v;. : comt t<> lix the times ot ho Idiug court in the 4>ther precincts. In 1881, i|e legislature p issed an other law:, authorizing the same court to fix the time of holding court-in all the precincts of the county. The qouuiftesioUBrs County fixed the Unle of hold ing mut fn .precinct.-* Xos. 2. 3, and 4, but said uot||ng about No. 1.. The attention of the court not having been Called u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 9 June 1883

Albany BiHliiftm llotiue*. I*ubll« luMtallwUon. Echo stated] Wednesday, Jal|r 4th, wt \ Methodist iii ., at .UodjieCitf, , Dodge Clij, , Hunny well, D.HtJ. W. Solder; Dodg«Clty, taoo 6000 ; Total, Jg /'■- Pieviously reported, 606,038. ., Dodge City, Kuui City, Total, Frevioualy reported, 9,480. this week by raU : 18,932 1SU.10G 470 4001 870 Last wet-k the that tliis week we would; com-1 o'clock p mence it business teview ^f Al l church in this plat%, there wiU baiiy, showing somewhajt the be a public installation of the advantages of this placet as a I officers of Bayard Lodge, No. trading point. Our business 80, Knights of Pythias. Aftei census reveals the fact lhat we t|e exercises at the churchy the have in Albanv the following)Efuights and invited guests will m fs* ' DEALERS 'Hi 3S® sm reported ? to'date, 633,416, bouses: -i ' . General Merchandise, Drugs, etc., Hardware, Books and Stationery, Hot«ls, Feed Store, Livery and Feed Stables, Blacksmith and Wagon shops2|ment. Furnitu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 9 June 1883

Twftfl I'i 'WH- ' wmmm =■" • ■ lirem- frma the ititrtfi y«ar 9HPI-- - #.JHPP I ==" [flf Jlglieli account- for tin- go«r! xi«- ootrntywae *>- the* «#_$>•'••V *. •; jfigallV oi I h- <jui,! v in a ^n*t Jiwsr-un;. j-jhBUt* ; and tor Mm .""WW""1H( r •>.' ' «'irirt i-aSfat. ilpj showing iiu iu<-rwulif <>1 f2£l£?.IO| *e Ihst iet Attu*p*y.i Tbe bulk of the kind* of ttMepnfty are A very good showing in tl*p faee of the • h -* wwt \taa« .••>« ■ -the «.rl ir*l Morotay i wan- lands. *Jomprisitt|r aahtoL aaviuin fact that'the bug* atodks of cittfle to vr, ',^/'"1 " uu6 UM> ■" anil wwu-i ity land*. 'JJ..-rt,M a large f| -ri dialriniaMig *gr*atea nd ifemovab iiottyoi land known n* Fetors* eohiiij . ffMWge* further weal, ^Theibov* figwes also a large body of land tfmmfeif the- fhow t nly for the property on band Janu- Frumstt-'I exan'LitijO CmHimoj. andscv end ery1 of c*efe year. 1Mb Bale to figure the Iran* and «*otW * tinted 4# iwUivh&tds., actual iinw* *3t ce last ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 16 June 1883

. VOL. 7, .Train* Arrive arrive 5 20 in tlu* and ihall. depart 8 10 in the Phillip Wlbon, Agaat HH A LB AN Y, SHACKELFOEB) COCNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE.lfl. 1883. NEW SERIES, VOL 1, NO 4 Old How BiDch a mufa ia !ike old pboes! ForinrUnoe; boCta a eoul mar lose; Both have been tsutjcd; both are Ujrbt By cobblers ; both get left and r'gbi; Both need a mate to be complete, „ _ And both aic made to <jo on ieet, ^SlvTtTdfi nlir* and dcuai i ne**1 ©ft 1 Oaf in. " And both in time tu. a all to inotd. t Griffin and the nortli. depart daily " r.atfcH.m., and arrive daily p. at 6 p. 4a* i ou Sunday from 8 80 to 9 90 F. B. Jacobs, P. M. inches deep, or about tbe di- mensions of an ordinary trunk. Their united efforts could only torn it oyer, but could not lift it A Frail Wlik-h Sueeecde Eve- rywhere. DEED H. MEYER, COUNSELOR AT LAW, ny, Shackelford Co., Tex Willi shoe* t>>e la t is first; * lih The first sltall be tbe last; and wfcea ^The shoes wear ont they're int-oded When men wea ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 16 June 1883

Ti i Judicial DMrlrt District Judge. Idstrlet ittnnttr. the third Mom lay in ami may >-it S 8beri&& Ta* Collector. " "V- f£umJur- . - County Treasurer. - - < - 'l'ux Atfaws*.1 « lu^a*tor ^A,ri, ■£'"i t|w 1* rvfn-i-hiiig tanM flro*6 rhetiulf ot Jftoxioo. v* Jii. lt account* Cur theH health ofKie county in a great mat? The litrik Of the huida of this CPOg^ut state lamb. ComiM&tbg srbooA. uayiun awl univt-r fay land* There is a b«ge body ot land known a* Peters" oology. also a .large body of land owned by tue Franco-Texan Lund Company, and several tnu-ts and suctions owned by individually The alternate sections id school lands surveyed - by tbe different railroad com- are o« the market, at frdnt One to two dollars per acre. according to ap- praisement, which is governed by water advantages. Asylum and university lands are apprised at one dollar and filly per acre, with ten years to pay in .installwants; school lauds can be blent*. Itastern Texas railroad lands ace I a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 16 June 1883

■ Fmm . tjm ; - i_ ; A LB AM HCHO. i*, im. 1>4y. ' rtlhem of Shack elfoid adjoining oountiee are cor invited to join the citi- old fash- ioned fourth of July celebration. i. k. Fleming, Col. j, l. i, Col, Sara Lanhara, t. b. Wheeler and j. h. Esq., hare wn invit deliver short addresses, iy believed all of jflS "liberal! over three pea and . aunts " - • « W The pottery is of ^ dark mate- 1B rial, beautifully decorated, d-li Uie State,'^condition of which cate In fiuifeb, and as light as wood, showing the work of a people skilled in the aits ami wseaaed of® high state of d . ilization. TWs has Evidently been a grand battle field where thousands of men and horses have fallen. Nothing like a {systematic or intelligent ex Dior atioh has been made, as only little holes two or three feet in depth have bwn dog in some of the mounds, but many part* of the anatomy of men mud beasts, and broken specimens of pottery and other cariosities have been fQund in these feeble efforts ai excavation....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 16 June 1883

Ive , arrive 301a the ' " Mia tbe , Agrnl. KtSlSS' £P3S . " ■ t>H.* 'f.C. R. dully in PUP Tbe supper given by tlie la- jdies of Albany Tiiur-«day night at the Methodist church fur tlie benefit of the poor, was very we|l attended, all enjoyed-them- selves «nd the receipts amount- ed to $27.50. Outside of tbe so- cial pleasures, we consider tbe entertainment a failure, that is - **• W^W-WSP hew dur- Imm ■■ Lint of litter. Charier Hariti. ld is not tlie[ Prof. J>. I> P,.tl«.o and wife- M. K Bruckner fhiuk., Hang .i. L , . ... « ... .i _ . .i . .. ^ 1# fti.J.K. u..: ..i 4...N Keinainiii^ In it)e postofliee at Albany. f(><>|i*h mslM we read of, who lit [ frofii tbe northeast py tt of tbe 11 be "nigger-shooter, Texan, duno 1 It not calleij for hi Utirtjr clays, will be for*|irded to U|e dead It-tter «* >i lip**- '• ••• J#!- ■:J-/ >r to say in a financial view. It 39 is well known that the poor, distressed or sick, citizen or stranger, male or female, old-or young, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 23 June 1883

V0U7, NO. 26./ R. Trains Arrive 5 20 in (be 10 In the west. Via H. ft T. C. R- at 6 20 p. m., and depart and the north, depart daily m., and arrive daiiy W. ROB SON, r —■ ■ 'ALBANY, SflACKELFOlU) COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 23. 1883. NEW SERIES, TOL. 1, NO. 5 AIAJOKIK CiliAY. BY *gg$ r. Tpcuut «torjr to nothing new, unwisely, ac women do. M Women will-and call it fate. Poor heart! so broken and desolate! Over her head with its crown of gold, Seat of «orrow have surged and rolled; Grief, like a mantle wrap* her about— Shadow within and Bhadow without. vAo comes to woo ; i > ■ - ■ • ■ JZNfm There to duly one in the world for her. Fair was the face, with smiles run o'er, It is to-day, and she smiles no mora, nor blast hath power to wake upon a frozen lake.) gold! came, as he came of old. ▲las! for the heart tltat was glad and tight! for the soul that was pure and white! twbomay—condemriwho must; i, it was utter tout, I not promise, pledge nor sign; -tow divine. witU many of Ins.fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 23 June 1883

ThM 4L&AJS'i ECHO. WTOEI>AT, «J ( , 1883. m (fettle Hr. J. W. Mann, of Waoo, Texas, thinks be has found a remedy for Texas cattle fever is aweet milk and*molasses. H Texas, Live Stock Journal says: « "Mr. Mann shipped a car load short time since, and for a time tie imported to this section. They were attacked with fevwr and/sostivenees, and In a da? or two after, he lost nine bead, a fair way to lose herd. He tried aU known to the free use of lin Hi' try In bowels of moved, and ual ev&cuatiuu. it Was, per Imps, frutu observation of ib*- occasional benefit d"ri red from the administration of aroma tict and stimulants, even In inflagj atorv cases, that the absurd anci mischievous practice of giving them in every disease arose. "Hence the reason and pro- priety of cattle medicine in a liquid form is evident. A ball, 1a consequence of its w and the forcible manner 1 which It is urged on by the scles of tbe gullet, breaks the floor of tbe gullet and enters the rumen, and is lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 23 June 1883

^TUS ALBANY ECHO. J SATURDAY, J OKI M, MM. • . .«tr: respectfully notify oor bat, in orferto ea- employees to attead | After F. Conrad A <V, which we noted last week, the houae of E. R. MA2SN1NG, i the BtoDj building on the north tide of the court house equare, Hits house was estab lished in 1877. but Mr. Man ■lug's connection with it was aot known until 1881. The buildings occupied by Mr. Man- present are, one sales- —i, fetlOO feet, om iron warehouse, 95x86 feet, and on. -u e warehouse, 36x50 feet, all lbem being full of goods from ioor to ceiling. Everything a yard of calico up to the — i silks, velvets, laces, etc., can be found in the dry goods J " * >n's wear . . groceries .goods of all kinds. Mr. Manning employs om book keeper aad cashier, three clerks and porter, all ot whom are busy during business Mi. Manning is in the of life, a close buyer, a cissra Brtsjt steadily glowing ia public fa- vor. RE8TA0BANT and lodging f The abov in a rai l f. e three conspicuous places...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 23 June 1883

dibixtouv *======= Dinlrirt. District Jwlsre. I District Attorney. Court convene* the thin I Mombv in S"Til14041 HePte•uU', • «" *°*'y & there i* a refreshing breeze from tbe of Mexico. Which accounts for the health of ti e county in a groat uin usiw. r TWijtfit of the land* of tills county are state land*. Comprising school, asylum U tonntj om . Ftelier - - Comity Juileo. hpeare. - District & Co. < h rk - Simpson. Sherill & Tax Collector. S County Treasurer. f - - Tax Assessor. - - - Inspector County Attorney. fi, J.P., pre't No. 1 •• 2 t. .. it ** 1 4 01 3 4 |i Constalile " .Comiuissimiur I'rvcitiet Xi >•"Ip ,$0%52>] s—The thinl Mlnduy -The third M .y, July, - in February, ' V*p:"'r tji TO mmhi A'-'fT. "n<I #n:v>T tty lands. There is a large | bodyot land known aft Peters" colony ,j to also a large body of land owned by tlie Franco-Texan Land Company, and r— 1 tract* and section* owneo hySacSv | The alternate *cetfons ol whooflSnds surveyor. surveyed by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 30 June 1883

mm mm OLD 8ER1B8, VOL. 7, HO. 27. r. C, B. K. TmIbi Arrive | 8£LHttH ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 80,1883. "Mother used to say girls iltere mor«?hindranee than wasa e was more mosquitoes than Ae viaH. A T. C. B. at & SOp, m., ami depart 10a.m. , ate p.m. on Sunday 6 to 7 p. m. John Clark sat by an open window, where what bieeze there was came in and kept imforlabi •" n. Jb 8. F. DEED H. METER, COUN8ELOB AT withstanding the mercury stood high up in the nineties, and its freshness was an additional and break more how I can- afiord A what yon can, and leave some things undone; that's the way to work it," and John sat back with a satisfied air; and Mary her husband's glow- in the prayer-meet jr' < •< q. W. BOBiBON, bad^Mit da; put in spacious barns without damage by so much as a drop of rain. B|i%aa well, strong,, prosperous, and there- fore happy. charming, took them roods with $ -pB^iife was very -bright; and as he thought of Bro. W bite's remarks about ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 30 June 1883

Jfete ALBAMT ECHO. EjunesoJ CELEBRATION, .■ft ELM GROVE, I* tbe cue with ar, and along in the evening I fell ahleep, 'pt about twenty mantes, and my surprise can better be imag- ined than described when 1 okesnd saw tbe «mm kind ... prairies, 1 bad been traveling through all day, covered with beautiful, yellow, wavy grain, surrounded with good hedges, • - - i > ■1 W. D. Reyi ly 1 Bf DBIffl- > SPEAKERS. Extending as far as the eye could reach, everything was life, and it made me think of county, it to not early for yon k ,H| t)6tW^R tue tlTBt and second Corintheans and who, after a abort nap of twenty ■Hr^KH find himself in an entirely new and difter- h« went to dispose < f herd of cattle. He re| crups splendid, ter. Cattle are down in price, especially beeves. Mr. J. A. Matthews of Throck r i Mineral! M. will re-1 while Mr. M to dispose of a] now on the trail. mission Mi s* to Houston andl Archie says of all! ▼as in, country. I have alwaysHouston takes the lead. He a —j -a ...

Publication Title: Albany Echo, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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