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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 25 December 1882

' Let Ju«neeb« #4 n* tbouyh the Heaven* Full/* lidr and DEOKM HER texas, county. - ' : i„- •■—1 * " ' * ' ~ >■'■ f. ■;•' and a be If per'acre was rnif-ed in tbe Deep Creek ieigbbGrbootl. Wbeft has averaged front 15 to 3$ l«*Ui \ Briff KKscrfpliou a*:d CCrmS- SJ «T itlwrlUf vl Khackirfaid , m n Comity. Fisher, three weeessire years! ,*• IsaJntfttWns eo^fewable, while al nr.!.. . per a- re during eixiik ih k. KAvwmt. S!.a< kM«-4 eomuv a« shown Py the >ni.llel, pcr „,d MUk?t (kin 4 U J jaap jPOVxa*, occupie* a from €0 t(i the tacstif spare was atrewn'wifh heap, of Buffalo^. On the top of th SCTB * § to!* per acit. Xuii, 'aquare milea of .territory/ It uhs|,. , ~T~" , a, U, &i; wJt> •ker.-rMW 19S: seried iv r lyw than orgmiie-d n >l,itn rv iwftew. trihuti*J prevju*# to T or .-svid-.U-uor. ^..1, j'alo Pirito rotroJT for ttfty «"-xiui*r wjuare, ID j JgTV ., .s.JSgmjsmRk bilj was !lje Fort proper. |)t#p*e* A.t the foot were [ the I'snif of tbe "Flat," and Rustaiuei ftbe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 25 December 1882

SALUTATORY. e .ne.'i and peri the burl >av< (nbert to PiWiPlwPwl * ' •' !,-r ■>•• ■ ' V' -.■■■'■'a'" -" ■ ' "V ? f , >-<• ' W ••' • • ■I--,-; ?: -.4 ft fev C' -'j-sj-'i- ; ■ ' \ 3® 1 T -.^Z, E STAR. \< iGC.-atjc Paper in Shackelford Co J, DECEMBER 25. 1883, lions should be Addressed to j. c. iSoK, m II: MB ■i0W' . ■ ■ I; * llkr* • to our promise, and by ;oli< jion of the citizens and Css uian of Albany, wo to-.day ir little a!icot' again upon !' journalism, and with anchor and Truth and our beacon lights, Ave like a successful voyage, comparatively small, ng that many storms re to be encountered on of journalism, we shall i mind the couplet as- 9 great utilitarian phil- ie son of n tallow elian- Albany On the Road to Prosperity. A meeting of the citizens vicinity, was held dloif' "That boat But littie % H, gent! with tis ,0i rge tnav venture more, • f should keep near the shore.' reader, you would go.' this voyage—it shall only be n Jasting voyage—give ns your h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 25 December 1882

rM *tishkd kvehv friday by Editor and Proprietor. Entered nt the Pbst Office at fcbiny, &' second cluss matter. MtiAY.IjECMEBR '25. 1882. societies. KNIGHTS OF PYTHlAs. Lvnrd Lod^e, No. 30. meet ia theii Castle 111 everv Monday evening. iobt. £. Watts, C. C., J. A. McAmis, K. Ik. & s. JjEQION OF HONOR., if. d. r-Ajkilty C ;nfil. meet in [K; of P. Hall eryiidand* 'l Thursdays in the month K. Mu uing, Coniniiinaert K E. fiitts, See'v. Masonic. Ibnny LotJt^VA. F. «fi A. ^t., Nri. 482 Jeets 'in their Hiill on Saturday on uc bSfbre |e full m(ton in each month; I. C. Jacobs; w. 31.i Ji C; MtAttlU, •'y. '' if: BELIGlOUS. IM. H. Church, Soiiih.—ficv. L. H. rimble, preacher in eliftrge. SerVi- fcrf, 1st ana 3rd Sundays in each iiioiith th« PreSbyteridri Chiifcli. [Presbyterian Church .-^Rew B.Ezell [*f or. Services '2nd and 4tli Sundays, each month. Prayer meeting on jodnesdajf ni<j>i)tnf each week. [Union Sunday School every S a ml ay Vnitlg at 9 o'clock. L. Y>7 (iimjtbell,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 25 December 1882

■3c \ *' i-v ~ r" ** . fhl E S T A1! io:f#tic Paper in Shackelford Co : peculiar c.oah;me«, U«t wonr ■ ■• sonio- JWCEMBKR 25. 1882, r catioas should be Addressed to J. C. SOW, bst jimioii: A t • vasaar College pa* :'i* the prayer-book response HSBBM-.'' 1 As it was in the beginning, ■•"is now n<] ever shall be. world wwtho .men. Ah, mo!—Boston Tronic ot. ri Tiu ' amillon Times thinks roiho yftffi; i:i try heowwnry in the State government, and says: (ii'L b an ejfiuiont school system in <' t,;|i>Iisheil, the people from keeping up an enormous cash bai- anlie road and jury laws amend- ed ftn<§-general reform attempted, Democracy in Texas will mean tittle, more than Republicanism, which is nothing but spoils. Theiprinter is one of the irvlis .pensile adjuncts of civilizasion itnd progress;' and in the United iState-i. iVom the ranks of the army have risen more brilliant h'teratnre and a greater nnwhor' of staiesmen, whoso names will ; e set. up in large type in .hisit 'v's-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 12 January 1883

-—— paid for lb J v - ■W A.'. ttkO He#T<slw SB COUNTY; TEXA8, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1888- Vr.t HO. % > —One dollar awl >; 76 > V JBRTI BE*RNT8 :~0*e ns n di on of two squares or more. .. 3.—Fifteen ceuts per line ;teu cents per line each for Ys*rfy MvMti*emenU ^payable and a half per — Mil neighborhood. in the Wheat Jcneral Directory HTATES COUET OKFIOKQ8, Northern District of Texas. P. licCormick, Circuit & 01st. Judge , W Miner, ' WA. Attorney. WoKca Marshal. MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. BSMBUTOKS. an ncPRnnrr*Ttvn. I : . v • J. H. Reagan. UL I). ft. Culberson. Olin Wellborn. | B. Q. Mills. ,G. W. J one*. Columbus Upson, 4VYXTT- OFFICERS. *> ax}^li;rivK dicpabtm**t- Governor. Lisut. Governor. Secretary of State. „ Treasurer. Adjutant General, v Attorney General. Ass'L Att'y. General, IAL DKPA&WIEXT, BBrtttt# WW. i. 4 QMefJu t*e. JA' Associate Justice. iW.t^yto,,. H~ #«acaT or apmcals. bn P. White, Fading Judge, A. Wilson, Judge. M i. ?.MHurt,g.. ,.VV7H^/: coMwssioxaas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 12 January 1883

lAlt STAR. i. C. loir, ALBANY, TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. -The Texas Live Stock Association will meet at Austin on the fine Tuee- daj, llie 6th of February, 1888. —At w rumored that a large woolen laotoor, backed by ample capital, will aooube atnrted in Bail Antonio. —The Eagle Pass Time* Bays the Importation from Mexico at that point lor the year will amount 000. to ever f 100,- L —Wills Point Chronicle: Ribbon oane, in due county, made 800 gallons of syrnp to the acre this season, and those who raised canehcve found ready ■ale for the syrop at 50 cents a gallon. —tlopkiis County Echo: The St. Louis & San Fraudscr> road is to be built from Pi Smith, Ark., to Paris, a distance of 163 miles, immediately. A force of 1,000 nien will go to work in the next ten days. —rFort Worth <Grazett*: During the seasons 1881-2 Texas shipped 202,000 hales of ootton to bt* Louis, of which England took 130,000 bales. The ques- | tion arises: Why ship cotton from | Texae to Liverpool via. St. Louis?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 12 January 1883

mSKI (Utah) Theek are 1,000,000 of grown people in thuoountry who ean neither re« Wir write, but when Jt oomes to talk jJjAout the aoncense of our public ■elves heard half a ii, [II i 11 f y&m iwti bOOL the studying • to any one de- the English how- J that the rules forgotten, and lthought the country i hare been lor yean ----Jthe dee of grammar, and r after essay has been read, all hav- at their refrain, "The grammar kgo. ■ • V T At the recent meeting of the Peda- l soeietyin this city a lecture was fed by a Chicago profeseor, who slyoondemmed the uae of the nar as it is used at present, and i the tine for discussion came it ra surprise to see bow the Bt. Louis —i agreed with him. The oppo- mid make way for the T in the lower grades. Mepublican reporter saw several at the Poly- lay afternoon, tUt the grammar t be abolished. Their arguments tbesama. and they appear to be good ones. tease of grammar In the lower does not tend to make elear to Jid nf the small pupils the various o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 12 January 1883

J AS0AR* li = bs Adfrcss^ to t.wM. '- s - 1MB, „„ r Monday hat Ot s* will be fonRd n,relative totbe buil- Tlie cow deserves careful consul especially, as It came i/>neaequainted with «M thfdf- of our count v affairs and partic- ularly the financial condition. We are satisfied that all of our cit- j without exception, >ro aware rtbe ooceasity that exist for the ty of oar records, and, not a le individual ettisen, would be ling to hakard bis private mter- ts in so inseenre a building as the tnt Court House. 'But gener- lly speaking, the interAts of each individual citizen in public records ' is so small, when compared with the public good, that it is human nature to object to being taxed for publie institutions. But when we take ito consideration, that each indi- vidual citisen forms a part of the 1- community in which he lives, and bough bis possessions may be small hi# interests remote, he ahoold public spirited enough to con- - bravo BKcriff rf county, who i-ould alwavs be at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 12 January 1883

UlMfc fhr. C<>ck, of Waco, ts <iU a to r ur towh. Oastie .Ai tf^mU K. HONOtf.; . meet in KiV P. Hall * i in month if rJMH MASONIC. • A.F. 4 A. &. No. 482 „ > Hall on Saturday on or Wbfe (*«« In en«!h month. ;j«cobi w> m„ i. c. .mMfe . JL. R. Manning Is coavalpcent, but hi* rv tick during RELIGION bbnrch, Soutb.-^llo*. L. H. preacher in charge. BerVI- 1 tt una tfr.l fjundare in eacbiiuotitli the Preibyteriab Church. Preehytcrian CbuTch.-^B*tt 8. fewll cy. Befvibcs iiud and 4th SaodayS, In each month. Prayer moving on W>dM*dav nisrhtof each week. Union Sunday School every -Sunday [ luornine at 0 o'ejoclt. Tit %- , h. W Campbell, Sup't. ? Baptist ChitrcH.—Vf. B. Long Pa«tor. Fervicw 2rt4 Haturdw in «w l> month, at fecltoot hoU*e In Ikrr* addition. I , >i" 'i!i". J..iu.—. Whet* jr«a twin! R«#d fa go (« E. Conrad A €-* . —Heven pound* of prime Coffer for One * IMtar, at Hull*. . —Go to. Olive1* (OSty Droit Store) for jour Sulpliur, a* low a* the lowc.it. : ' —...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 12 January 1883

RMQSS8 AND FRIENDSHIP. A certain! I Of TMt« I tha debt Hi* fickle friends discovered thU, Anil then their worth they showed; Therlefthim, n-w* Of *ratitade they, Kre long the man grow rich again, \ Much richer tlian before; 1 And those who then rdceivcd so much ' Cane now—expecting more! 1 The man by this time, howe'er. A leaaon great had been taught; And straight he aent them allVway •; _ With the large aom of—naught. Friends, be had learned, do round na flock, When we are rich and great; But when want oomea and troubles riae, They leare us to our fate. And he had learned what oft ia seen When friends are in request, That those of whom we,think the least C Turn out to be the best. BRJUm New Orleans Times-Democrat. All the cow-boys on the ranch liked Briggs, because he wat so cool and brave, and had a nerve as strong as steel. He dame to as one day when he needed hand* and were getting ready to make a "spring drive." He asked lor employment, and Bolly Sennings, the foreman, sized hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 19 January 1883

IB &bl „ riae nnawares. She §N*5fal0&*P Taud, an tooth and mid He follows, pushing ' who attempt lo heedless of tb« seal i scourges they lay about bis shoul Should be oatcb the flying, lass, icratcbisg aofi biting eueues, and i a second escape. i then renewed ae before, only the wife-banter is inspired by knowing that, a thirdcapture effected, there will be no more maidenly straggles ; the girl accepting her fate, and allowing him to fead her away amid the ap- plauding shouts of the excited specta- tors. The aboriginal Australian adopts a more summary process when tired of ■ingle blessedness. .Beloaka about for a likely helpmate, and finding ■ one, wait*his opportunity, knocks her down and carries her home. Marriage by capture, in this simple form, is now unknown out of savage- dom, having elsewhere resolved itself Into bride ohases and sham bridal bat- . ties; mere mookerieu or mimicries of the grim realities of those anoient days when meh'literally took wires unto themselv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 19 January 1883

Ir It KUStltt* *VMtT FB.IDAT BT 3" Cart tat, nm :.t Albaur, 'as aacoi d thf Port matter. OOm at _ ' [Co;r.-nunir*fced to Sta*.] r*l Never before iu th4 history of ,' SUrck^lford eounty baa there been n ncb unmistakable signs of j proeperfty. Lfer taxable property IfEIDAT. JANUARY K. 1883 i ha* been wonderfully It creased end every <«lss of > >op«'r'y daily grow- I ing in vaLi*. O' r people are wark- I ing with a w ill and rim. and many ! *r*> tbelnierfwt* growing ap in oar mid*t. I!at w ile this is the case, tlM* interest innuitestrd in our public COMMENTS, Foreign dispntcbes brings of the death of Mr Gam bet tn, great French statesman. a the By a decree of the Khedive, A rabi and other rebel pashas have been transported to Ceylon via the ftoea. The press announces the dofalea- ll-nofM. T Polk, State treasurer of Tcpueasee, in the sum of WOO,- 000. -a— ■ I ■ «* . s—f ' M. De Ivesseps, though growing old, yet retains sufficient ambition to propose the creation of an in- l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 19 January 1883

Collins' 80.—-The for the Wm* of the courte in old mpoiuure, wesn't willed aeoording to the of certain would-be heirs, is with having been of unsound because he sometimes wore odd id bin family to read the feWe aed Hol& bis good for,hits health to unhis business instead «ge^ Inaaflitionto C'verwiiRiiniEg evidences ofinaani i w*m unable to understand tb-> lanism cI a fire extinguisher, and pn a certain occasion, when he had company to dinner, declared his ina bility to carve a chicken according to the approved scientific methods. An> „ now at large, w«* incarcerated iBcau he mistook a tire-extinguisher for a soda fountain, or something of the sort. Ho also refused to h* the asylum bar- ber cut las mjti I ««nity is sometime said to take tK<rforia of failure to pre- dict what the fashion in dress will be. A wealthy merchant tailor was lately charged wiJihinsanity because he pur- chased a quantity of figured caseimetes which were too loud in style and color- ing to be salea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 19 January 1883

ST A ll. 3gfrf iday, januaby 19. 1888, ■Hi Addressed to J. C. MWl C. Conrad ft C?94 .n anufnMiirfrs of Bndwaiser heer, have foiled. Liabilities slightly over half a mil- lion dolls**. * x x Gen. W. C. Pendleton, chief ii; _ >mmand of the artillery* of the army of Northern Virginia in th« late war, is dead. ■ I' III I Isliam G. Harris wan elected to1 succeed hiiunelf in (he U. 8, Senate] by the TwtifKM legislature. An admirable selection. 4f J*:if |vf We RtTe below, a few of the 119 bills introduced m our legislature: Mr. Davis of Camp—To make It a penal * offense f6r commissioners courts to accept bond of. re-elected tax collectors until he baa a receipt ol final settlement. Mr. Rosenthal Of Fayette—To amend tbe law regulating the adop* t top of minors. /Mr, Bushing of Kauftaan-To .compel*- railroads /to Jteep their schedule of time On bulletin boards at tho different depots. Nash of Dallas—To require rail loads to keep a pripted schedule of freight-charges at their ..depots. w/M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 19 January 1883

.. r** m I8BS IAS.';* theivCasUe OP HONOR D. 0. In K. of F. Hull _jysln tlx" moidh Commander. W. W. JBsA on Saturday ufl or •"an. & * ■* RELIGIOUS. H. lible, preacher in charge. Scrvt- l«t wnl Hr«l Bandit* in each month at tie Pwabyterian Church. , > Presbyterian Churth.—Bev. 8. Stall tor, Sew low 2udand 4th Sundays, month. Prayer meeting on WMne*day eight of-each week. Union 8un<Uy 8cliool every 6unday morning t fl o'clock. 1 k W- Cbmpbell, Sop't. Ba'ptwt Church.—W. B. Long Pastor, "ServWs 2nd Saturday In each month, at School bouw In Harr's addition. . • ^ — yon want |Ml« Ip MN ^uantlllea, go «o F. E. Conrad * «-••• pjggij —Jt|£ge, Campbell inform* u« that intend* *ooo to start a Dairy and famish ourcltbsens with mtlk. Dor city feeder* will doubtless fre gta<l to learn thin fret. a* ! of them have keenly (Wit tl«t Mad of a, ^ ' i ba Juat to Ms Mom S|rJ little Mesa. Jacob* & Chilton are making Mm. Baker, who baa been quite 111 at Parson Trimble's, we are pleased to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 19 January 1883

T&. ; .,. —Seariy $14,00d,000 worth of cattle now grazing in what six years ago was absolutely Indian country iu Tex*. Sow we want to Wo are Koine to -plant no corn at all, and to plant cotton, and in a fetor yem* wore Panola oouaty will be one ^huge poor-house,' and will draw her rations from the governmental^ with thj #**' " > -ft, T , anyway.—Jranola watchman. Texan: We hive discovered coal P*at: and those who to ttfs point 5U tfeSSfaf H *ia. , now not smu will m. It is promised that some man results will be shown -when these an finished. Set only "will the be "worked" through from Sow York to Chicago without repeating, a feat oraetioallv imnossible with iin v " " ' ; Of apj other #o4 tajrjt iain o*- tlian the distance between New York f/: Bast of the* de- and Philadelphia,while the <>ray system, other discoveries have been made, which is owned by the Postal Telegraph jre is no longer W 4<#bt in the of woll-ieiutmed people who the trouble to famine tor that Brodii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 19 January 1883

mm ■ t of his ago , * e U 0j replied that they , as they entertained for the old man on Thursday, the date • cold day in Lover Long Hide" was given by his dusky friends. > into strip#, put them end soon his "tepee'or brush res eii ablaze. When this seoompiished, despair for the seeming to seize Mm, he into the burning are. r a bant a his overalls, while ifaamullT trn rapidly along ing rapidly si>ng the line of Change, unoeasing change, is the war cry, and be jrbo undertakes to go thro' the winter with the stage costumes of >us summer, will find, as Vol- tare onoe add, it is a oold day. We look with gnat concern upon AN ABOB1GINAL SUICIDE. it young Indian near by seised I tried to drag him oat of dan- t the old man grabbed a stake in ^nd near by, and held himself in ■ and before other help could was literally roasted alive, dying within a few hours after the occurrence "Long Hide" was married rof several children when ion of Ban Diego was bailt, 120 jeers ago, and atom what ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 19 January 1883

TBIDAY, ANUARY 1n% stall toktomi to meeting of the Missiasippi River invcilijfutiun committee, Mr. lloli-! at Washington tbe other day at the THE STATE OK TEXAS. To the Sin-riff or any Cou tabIe of Shack- elford County, (intiitHC ' " 8 I fuu Art* *li«*rel v commanded that, bv d.f WMgivicij. lcajiimwy, which w„ J"1' 4'-" *-i—A ii..> w-" — u — JSiiiK'.vi itord, if there be a Oscar GoIsob slot and killed Geo. P.Srter, ei^ht miles S >utfi of Llano, Texan, oh tl>" 9tli inst. - I,, At a elio^h fair in Nebraska, wveral yonnjs Indies added 1a~rj?©ty to the prfteecdk at the rate of ten cents a hug., An editor trko had ~Teft his parse in l is other taronsew. rot embraces all around without hemently. in favor of a "free press. —-—'.I. « General Robert Toombs, in a recent interview, gave expression to the "The ai^nsall around the political horiron indicates victory fpr the people—for tlio people a; rain at the Itemagogycs and "b««R08." This la a progressive era. We are kecpi ,, step wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 26 January 1883

".4 v. kw;. Wf*-; •*- ©. ICdltor und proprietor. "LetJuatloebe done thougli the Heaven* Vall>" •OO p r • ■ ■ -T-C A ' ... '• -• ■ .. ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY,* TEXAS, PRIJAY, JANUARY 26, 1888. NO. 6. <KX 4 «ee*ee«ae 00. . ~.n {(rati, paid for in advance. UT1T; :—thw dollar and* the firit intertkxk; 76 it iaaerttuu. Ou« , TnuMient ad- tkoM interted for 1«m than ALBASY'8 TEMPLE OF JUSTICE. ifflfc-Obibwry notice*, tribute* •t TteMct, re*ohltk>n> of condolence, and all limlUr articles, tfty cent* per square, in [YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS:—One sad twenty-five cent* per tquare •Liberal deduction* made on <nta of two tquare* or more. ES.—Fifteen cent* per line Htm cent* per line each for intention. arly AiveatUeaeata payable [^advance. ;{<n -.'a V.W•> OP PYTHIAS. No. lt . meet in theii Castle lull every Monday evening. Robt E. Watte, G. C., J. A McAmU, K. of K« £& B« LEGION OP HONOR., v. d, McAnulty Council. meet in JL of P. Hall "every 2d and 4th Thursday* in the mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 26 January 1883

endow- ■-X- MuW^ili TEXAS Mmam the nu report in Texa )1eet. Abotft ' Swfi«i,w <** M w —Dr Williamson, well kpown in practicing in Morelas, irdered in Morelas a few was called to the door shot down by unknown 1 Texas, ,,wasml urJ Mexico, days at —Comanche Chief: There ifc an abandanoe of wheat still in the hands of farmer*, and we hear of no recent •ales of large amounts. The average sown is ranch smaller than that of last winter, and only that aown early gives evidence of a good yield. —Oaatroville Quill: Jfr. Gosling rears, than & — or oats, to be followed aa ested, by another turnip sowing, which is to be fed to the sheep in the same manner as described above, and thus raise two crops, one far the master and the other for the sheep. The «"m«0« will improve in wool-growing qualities, increase in numbers, add to the supply of manure, and all the while eanohing the owner.,' There U no better manure than sheep-droppings, and by following the above mode of sowing and applying it...

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