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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 1 August 1885

' y PALO BINTO STAR, 1 Entered nt tlio postofflco In Pnlo Pluto .Texas, ns second clasa mntt6r. Local Matters. We nro not responsible for the opinions of oUr correspondents, Church Directory. CiiuIhtiax cburcb.-TCIdcr A. Clark, prenchos ut said church tho 4th Suhdny In tmch month, Mkthoihst church (south). Rev. II. Mills. 1. C. Services 1st Sunday In each mouth, nt llio MI E. church. Prayer meet- ing ench Tucsdnv night, Sunday School, every Sunday nt 3 oclock in tho afternoon. Baptist. yiaiifclitor Valley church. Jtov. G, W. lnM;hter Pastor. Services 2nd Sunday u each month at tho Christian chiireh Palo Pinto Baptist church. Rev. W. E. Nowbrouch preaches on tho 8nl Sunday in cauh month nt the Chritlnn church. Union Sunday School. Sleets every Sun- day morning al 9 o'clock at tho Christian church. J.'H. BixkcV Superintendent. II. F. Sanders. Sec. SoficliCH. Palo Pinto Lodgo No. 310, A. F. & A. M. rucotson Saturday of or preceedmj? each full moon. D. B. "Warren, W. M, J.X, Cunning...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 1 August 1885

Pr-aarMMrSMMaTTaaW" TvJwlWf t! TTii TTkPH r EjTsIlS IT -V nWB ;y&liLsw 14W4nMIWW.V )&AMSrfteltaM t -1 . Ji" -, N y 4 INCONSISTENT. -The Animadversions Against Appoint- ment by the Administration, Tito disunion press is constantly harp- ing upon tho elevation of ox-rebels to ofllco and tho noglcct of Union soldiers by tho Administration. It is thoir favor-' ito mothod of attack, next, porhaps, to tho bugaboo of a bloody shirt They howl incessantly ovor tho "humiliating spectaclo of traitors rewarded," and ondoavor to stir up publlo indignation on this score. But they appoar to for- got that whon thoir party was In power tlioy first gavo tho oxamplo of placing cx-robels m positions of trust, and that, too, in a vory short tlmo after the war. Indeed, thoy preferred them to tho sol- dier who had. perhaps, lost a log or an arm in fighting for tho Union, but who was excluded from all consideration because ho was a Democrat A Demo- cratic soldier was good enough to furnish food for...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 8 August 1885

!-JLi-J LLi'Li'.iJj iiii iwfi' iiwiiiMiiiliiwiiiliJiii4jitji-ViiMMgfi' ' ' mii - '"- " ' ''- ' - ! ' J "-, ' ,' , ' . ..' v. , - ' i v : - .Ms'atjHahod Tunelyo. 'r.-v ' ,-.. r- - , , ; ,,..,' ';; n ',;. , , """" -"" .. .. -" "" . , a'crma, $1.50 por Annum. YQt.Yn. ,,THE SWEET ,GIRLGRADUATE. On'th6 flay ofschool'bomnioncohiont, i t lPW nt ttio front and back, Aln t Jtploiiwat ridinff.hotaowara In. a, hirofl hack? ' Jllpl hiirrahl hiradsomo ooachraau, , Tnko tho loneront traokl ITon. noon oiidod.lt tho longost Itldlnsluii Uuckl . Beq licr bowing from Iho. window Hottr.tho tnwrry cmok or tho-conohinan's whip above lior, On tho hlrcdliaokl 5t hordrofltri sba's worth a mlllloi?- 'And has a brlo-u-bracy. Houses, sor-untslnud3nnl coachman, , Ana hoi-own lino1 hack. Clio will rlilfc somo day orotacr, , l, And you 'll hoar a aiuaolt, ior thoro'H o a, bridegroom with hor Hiding In n hook. Draw tho'ourtaln orio yoar lator , ..Hear;tlio.whlii-laBhoraokj aJut it Is ft etroot-car this tlmo, - .An...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 8 August 1885

St-.. v w ' ; M 'jNagtuaaMAaiilwil&Bn'Ujnfiiii,i filitfaanUmfmntila.i,mm BALO P.LNTO 5TAJR. l'UHMSllt.D EYJOir tsAlUIWAY 'KZZ il. O. RON.KclltSi' ttml rvopfi , .'.:'.' ' : BATtTHPAY. AUG. 8, 1886. A Visit "West. 3DtTon RtAIi: Taking a Sonth-ct)8torn dircotioh through n gap of tbo motinlnihs, laying South nndEnstof tho village, "wo pnoprd out into a bontiliful loVol country again "with tho "grahd old mountains, lofty poaks, and townr- ing summits, looming up ih tho die- tnnco. And in contemplation of theso scenes of such grand suhlimi- ty, and ihiproseod with tho lovoly beings b' ouv sides, wo began to fool a spirit (porhnps) of inspiration (or something eleo) wolling up in our hearts, and thoughts nrising. clanimcrous for an utterance. In- dicating tlio Various points of inter- est, as wo passed along, wo for Bomo timo oxpatiatcd on thoir lovo- linoss. Then passing from a con- templation of thoso things in tho glaring sunlight of day, wo began to moralizo as to vhat oflect tkoy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 8 August 1885

,iv St- .., -n,,' '"m-U'Tttffi c . ,, ' '1 jmpS ;sSa4' ,,0lfl AJftril . lanf '&n(ili$ '&Ml5t)f as, a . leaeapr cannot V . I i-;'KSSfc ? : i mV - -; '" '.'V mni'Amil'i'6fcI''krr-"'innB:lif'tiiniif. hV tjoforco drtpinltuohVelibiild clvo un -. uymmmvifAJrii.t,mrt-frm'' ij"' i'irvt'.. ...- v'y-Y.v .?-?. k i ,li'i& 'K'vs.'j. " i "'-'l"r.""".,,"'';,.,,r;.",y'i.,,?,"i"v nud infbnn'ed us thai tm liVnnim..,! '.in c 7iiCBi iTi ! -' " - -i-i imi m hi i.j in ii ii in ii i ii -. t - -l -. - ... . hhi u uuaa u va .iiu 1 '.iv, Illuifcli ftlirlfti-v. fi -i ...1.1 ,klL.ll. li 4ilv d.iJ.... I Hft JirtTfUQH fl '"li wiiuivn-4io vu uuuunj iu i , -j. IIIL.-1'VIJ QjiiilSTiVv A. i.Mjtfntimin WS'MHIWttJ. ?. Sort r,W''-LVttMHhT.;.loi Ais. .enure i. i'rnvor fiW'jS..-1.!. '",T5.t.!niy Hr.lif.nl. nvilrp RllH-lfiv.'(it .I'll ffirtoJtomimrwaw ? "t a stopk of dry eocbVladies fanatf'dVcT?ii' Olnrjt, und TrtiisWncnood's.;book bIiob. Vint. 'riflUoti6, i'lippo of our citizens ctnirAu' VMw ? oiiUrnli (outlt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 8 August 1885

-" "V " if ffi'TT" . r rO&ZZA v -x y ' i FEEDING PIG. uow the Dane Our ror Touug Porker from Mirth Cntlt TUey Are 891a. "" .Thoir first food Is of course tho mothor'o milk. After tho lapso of tbroo -or four weeks tho oWp fyilk will bo found insufficient for tho rapidly-grow-ing-yourtg and thoy should be assisted with a supply of othor kinds f food. For this cow's milk1 can not bo recom- mended, inasmuch as.it is liable to sub- ject tho young pigs to diarrhoea, very ' probably owing to tho circumstance that oven fresh cow milk has tho tendenoy td a souring roactlou, and thoso young animals aroincapablo of supporting too much acidity. It will therefore bo . found most advisablo to glVo them in -the first instanco barley in its wholo state, whioh will also assist In bringing forward the toeth griildcrs. It is goner- ally tho custom to allow tho young pigs to sucklo for tho space of six weeks, and then to wean thom by degrocs, in such manner that at first thoy aro only al- lowed to ...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 15 August 1885

Y ' i -v ijJ7afr-t T' ' ' ' . " $ H " ; t ' ft. A .... t.- t t T . AtS.. I l t- uriv w M. rjrr5 w PINTO STAl. '..vi bv i v, . jm1 " ' ym.. . w) ii , ) e. a J L ? iM ; J '.1 T JV bv w& A . is"", . -. V A XXli 'J118118' 1Sy0, YOL, VII. PALO PINTO, PALO PlftTO 00, TEXAS, SATUEDAY,-AJTGTTST 15, tHeconstAnt friend. - Beneath the green, unfolding loaves, InVusy dawning day, .stood and looked to oat una west , CTo find whloliWfty- would suit mo host, -And north and noutbi and oast and west, w. , , Uookod to Hnd tho way. ;The bolls rang through tho-sunnr nlr, iSS0 J?.?? Burt opened fresh and fair, mo dims wore slnglnit everywhere, And I. was young and (ray. If aw around on over sldo Tho many winding paths ah ido. And, wrapt in wonder, frrand and Wide v H ho earth before mo lay. STirS1!???-4 U1.r.,""la8 ttn'l lauKhod and crlod ,i 5 JP0 hl!& 'an outtorHlcs: , "Nowwho'wIU bo my frlond and aruldo , . -&nd alwnjswlthmo ttaylr ' -inoniiom tho green, unloldlng leaves Lovo'o oyos Upon m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 15 August 1885

j o & ', & an ' PAIZQ PINTO STAR.v ainiM.ttHiU'r.irr-v,irari' ,011, vr & 41! 1 mHmMh Mttifa 1 Mi 1 n iir rmrtlWi ft -' $vuhuHUKb Evknv batUiioay o. O. fiON.KdltorntiaPtopt'i' BATUKDAY. AUG. 15, 1885. Our Stuto govcimont is ready nt Tiny time to Furnish tho pooost con- vict with a wutch and chain Mr. A. J. Carter from Hanger, 'lias organized a Writing class in our town, to cotnmenco Monday next at the Stouo Academy. Tho morning hour for commencing school will bo 8 o'clock, and evening hour 7 o'clock. Mr. Carter is an experience teacher in penmanship, and those desiring to bo- come proficient in this accomplisnmnt tdiould avail themselves of this oppor- tunity, ' Through the kindness of Mr. M. Tj. Garrett, our efficient county attor- ney, wo had tho pleasure of visiting tho town of Strawn larst "Wednesday. "Wo found tho merchants all hopeful for a largo fall trado. Mr, Sam. D. Poystcr is nicely fitting up his houso in whioh ho will open a few days henco a fresh stock of dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 15 August 1885

s i V -' "Mr,' rt l I "'4 Wi ,? n SS55EE OTTO STR yny.iii.niHM..i,l,r.l.-i..i. '.'- 11 -,u linter 'it? th'e? prtto(Bo;k!' Palo llnW . 1-- 1 ' , -,-;, -i- J i ,,- i, .-"iii,.. Local Matters, t .tf'rt V A .-- h--i.. t -1 ' -vWa"nre)iot responsible for'iho oplnldns bf toilr corresnfthuotijs,. iii i 1 1 i , iii i Mr. P. McCain returned, from Kansas vOity Tbursilftyrmorning,- - MrfLoronzo has just vocoivdd a. largo 'stqok:oi"lcathoiy Mr.; W, -G"r'MeQ.ucrry Jflifl,.'thi niorn'iiig fur Woalhorlord. ' . ' Esq. JsAV, Maddojf, was tip from. Gvmlbh Momluy. '"-rJob work of avcry discrlption done - nt tills bffieo witlMicaitrio'sund.djspaleh. Mr; I. H. Parker Gordon tuado us a pleasant call yesterday. . Judgo J,; A, MoLaron is oftMo Graham this weck;'to visit his daughter. , . MissJMoUio Smith visited Strawn ' AV.ednesday. ' .' J-Mr. Geo, Hazlowood and niotbor Votumcd from a.vtsty to Cisco yesterday. . .,1lMr E. 0. Lowis, tho doristablo of prbcuioL'No.'5; paid us a friendly call, 'Tuesday, . ' M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 15 August 1885

" 7 THEIR GREAT DIFFICULTY. ' The Republican Disposition Ho Vapor About the Southern Outrage Issue. Tho groat difficulty in tho attompt of Iho managers of tho Ropublioan party to run It in tho noxfc or any other cam- paign upon tho Southern outragd issuo Is tholr disposition: to vapor about it. Tlioy lind it Impossible to lay down any positive, distinct and vigorous propo- sition with tho slightest practical mean- ing. Supposo tho oylls and wrongs of which thoy complain aro as groat and grievous, say, as burglary is in Detroit and other cities, how do thoy proposo to remedy HP Well, says thu Cincinnati Commercial, one of tho most ardent of thorn, "wo think tho enforcement of the Fifteonth Amendment would become a hopeful task, and it would not bo impracticable to reduce representation in States where there has boon tho unconstitutional dis- franchisement of a race in some States of tho majority 'of tho people by veason of color and previous condition of servi- tude." But tho Fifteen...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 22 August 1885

Xr. f "i iji. in. minimum., j .in.ii.mi) mm hj STAR;; - - f KatabllehoU June, 1S70.' Let Justloe Ho 'Dona Tliouah tho Hoavons Fall." Terms, &1.SO per Annum. VO. VII. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO 00., TEXAS, SATURPAY, AUGUST. 22, 1885. -NO. 10. PINTO WE ALL LIKE SHEEP. " We all like sheep," tho tonora shrill Begin, apd then (ho church Is still. Whllo bacsrand forth aoross tho alsla Is soon to pass the "catching" smllo. " Wo all liko sheep," tho altos moan In loir and rich and mellow1 tone, Whllo broader grows tho merry grin And noso gets further off from chin. 41 Wo all llko snoop," sopranos sing Till all tho echoes wako and ring; Tho young folks titter, and tho rest Suppress tho laugh In bursting cheat. " Wo ail llko shoop," tho bassos growl The tutor grows Into a howl. And o'en the doaoon's f aoo Is graced With wonder, nt the singers' taste. Wo all like shocp," runs tho rof rain. And tbon.to ranko their moaning plain, a Tho singers altogether say: " Wo all, llko sheep, have gone wtra...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 22 August 1885

,Vt? AW ggpp C. ? 1 WW - .- .v.' in i rniiiww wfrWwiiflf . T J L- PALO PlNg STAR. i , . I'ltUUSUKU BVKK.fr BAT01tDAY Vi;.Vc, oN,icarA.oi iimlProjpt'i- BATUKDAy. AUG. 22, 1885. Whs It, Justice? Fume timo acd'the BbcriiF of Eralli county received, a card from a innn in Bo-quo county describing a hoio whiph ho had lost The card was given tn doputy Wm, Bogle, who found n liqrao in Pain Pjnto county unxwering tho ileserfption in color und brand. Tho horse wan brought to Btophenvllle, hut tho Bosque man tail- ed to identify his property, and Bogle paid tho livory bill and turned the Hoi se over to the man Miller, of Palo Tinto county, from .whom tho hor.si Jiad been taken. Miller then had Bogle arrested and convicted in Pulo Piuto county on a charge of fnbio imprison- ment. Our officers tell us that Miller was never imprisoned, Bogle, however was convicted on tho evidence of Miller's wife. Boole's find and costs amount to about $170, and bo lies in jail. In tho name of justioe and hu- man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 22 August 1885

i 'Jwm. $ m&?mwM. TiiiiMwriSj"iiS ..".iwi. -i'.i.p .- rTn mi inn in WAMMW WWUj VjH. -'nn1'-! ft rr" ;,' '' 'v'f- W fa , .'. i f. y ntandvfl,''Uuf. ,lpt6ftw in Flo N .. 4 .- J! t O aec tlManm. if r ' 'ajkiV.Wo Hnluii tli&oitbk.fot the ophflPnaVof '. ''t.Ml i.'fcal&JKhlo jtioge 'tfo.m, AJV&',Ay t ,'.y,'","t tweUqn'Satrdy of or pretwdinf; each' full, Conor metsM tho 1st. nnd1 )M "Wti taVgbU In each month.-,., ." " ,V ' ' '.. . Jtf.p. Lynn Dictator,-, . J H., Baker, Reporter, ' '!''$' v1 u I, QrGi.T; ":,','', Palo Knlo Xoflw No. 46, ,m'cpU every :t.Tliiru(1v niAlil fhri TU". TS-" fJhlllvllL f .;'. V " .J. H.StraUghan; W, OjT., ' ,'". , - 'i " It L. Brevard. Boc'v. 1 .. ,m: ' ' ' ".N .t.ijj-j. . ' . . . -i . ... mlm?MlrT T-y: ,-, 5ST,'i VpBISTIAN' cnurpn.i iMuer, v. ,jians, 4vtiMuuiW."nt uilA'ni'itiriili thn 4llVSiindAV iti 3j!ln'onll,, -. , .t, -v, '. .- -JU, , jMjtxnoDMT cuurcn tsonnii. iov. jjl. ''J.:.vitll,T;':C.i Serviced let, Sunday-hi each . jini'cach .Tuesday nigh...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 22 August 1885

( M W W' , -ifW$i J r ,";. irfl&WMmty&f ,. n V u i r it if. 1 i ," Prf v, A Jr.. iTHJ IMPUDENCE OF CRIME. KHubifian, Should be tlio tast to Be- '.tTe thn Ulstory Of the Xlldeu In-,lult-. iJ(,t!tardly,'poys toitalk morality to tho tluLvhom tho law has f tillod to proso- cuto.'jind who has possessed his stolon jirOpc ty long enough to fritter it away after' ho manner of thlovos. Ho has bantfli tho law and all proprloty, and it itaftho proudost ohaptor in his bad history. Ho gives h'is rod scarf to tho breczo and shows his wolfish tooth whonovor the laV Is mentloHod, Ho . anaps his fingers at tho penitentiary and laughs at tho common JaiL What aro thoy to himP What is It to him whether justico prevails, whothor our political system is purified, whether .society is properly protcotcdP Ho has .had his triumph over good law and good mon, and when at last ho yields lip tho ghost on his iron bedstead tho triumph is his fffndcst recollection, whalovor tho humiliation of his death, an...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 29 August 1885

i,. &, y'r' ' .:4 1 '.. THE PALO STAR EVstablValiodJuno, X870. "Xiot Justice Bo Dono Though tho .Heavona Trail.' Teimi, SlDO per Annum. VOL. VII. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO CO., TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1885. NO. 11. PINTO V nUHkilKIIV' P ... TO-MORROW. As when the sun-king sinks to rost On' bis srold-wrought couch In tUo far, far west, And ffathors crimson draporles round His royal form, whllo rost is found Jlld.trnnqutl muslo's soothing sound Our hopeful hearts, ndtnlrlnir, say 'Twill ho a bright and perfect day To-morrow. As when a half -blown bud we find Amontj tho flarK greon intortwinou, jis leaves jubi open 10 aiecioso ucart witmn mat aoopiy glows lso of the perfect roso, mn lovingly, a fair thing 'twill bo, To-inorroir. To dav's brluht boam) of tho dreams fair to mako Dlaln. innplis but contain o juiuro Riun, wino out ana tninK I shall drink To morrow." R. Uunlop, In lnttr Ocean, -HAND SHOES. KAdvantagos of the Trafflo to Poor Womon. The Interesting; History or a Fair of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 29 August 1885

- 1 IA j PALO PINTO STAR. EVKltr SATUIIDAY UMltoi rma Proit,'i? ,' H v BATUKDAY. AUG. 29. 189$. 'Bonater EicharA Coko's Spobea Against Prohibition. At nn nnti-prohlbition mass meeting re- cently at "Waco, cx-Gov. Coke gavo his sentiments on prohibition Coke is one of tho "brainy" men of Texas, and his force of character and talent nnd learning makes him n prominent flguro iu our national congress, henco his views ns expressed at Waco w ill ho read with interest. Tho following is tho speech ill a condensed form: God made this world and composed it of every aricty. It takes all sorts of peoplo to mako n world, jt takes all Forts to mako n city, and now comes the prohibition saints who wish to spoil God Almightly's work, and tho harmony ho -has Implanted here. Fellow-citizens, if it is necessary for tho public good, if the public demands it, I run willincr that what I have hero ho offered up as a Baeriflcc: I eupposo every good citizen here, llko myself, Is willing to do tho same, hut ...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 29 August 1885

Ht3 ;j&tf' I I "mfc J1MHUA HF'T SKSffiS: Bf '''sWBHiiHPB k --HHS- flESHI BALQ HNTO STAR. '. 'ntote'd tX he posto()fo'lftiI,Alo Jftnto aSucastoaseiiontlclaos miit'jef, " ioccr Matters. .. WearonptwpohMMo.ftrthd.Jplnlons of, bur corrosponqonlsi , .- 8 $ -SATUBDaX, AltG. 2,-1885. . Bring your job Vvprk to tli6 BTAn ofllco. Mr. J. W. Dyor, lrora Str'awni was. ini towu Ibis week. Mr. and Mrs. Hood, from Woatk Tord aro visiting rolotivoe lb our town, .V-5.J. Wi Gibson and Mr. Bowen, frffin'tbo Wplls, woro in town Thurs- day. Mr. Garrison, from Gordon, mado pleasant call this Veok. ottnty has boon blessed this n abundanoo of rain. IIbodoo was issued to nkston and Miss Mollio trawn. who took Baylor (Jraw :61dcr out of .Kcdus Ss re, !b requested to re her back, stranger!. Having arranged with tlio,NDalla8 Dally Herald to club its weekly with tho Stab, wo will furnish both tho Weekly Herald and the Star at 82.40 cosh in advance ,. Wo learn that Elder P. JA'aylor , from Young county, is os...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 29 August 1885

sr " w i-' W- J v v V N V S' THE FASHIONS. New Toilet and New Combinations- Jaunty Dress Uelonglngs. Thoi combination of dark blue and dark rod la a vory favorito ono with tho Prlacoss of Wales. An oxqulslto Parisian tollot, rccontly forwarded from this city to a wealthy lady summering at Saratoga, was mado of tho most doiicato blush-roso satin, mbrolderod with palo bluo velvet and silver blossoms and loaves, this mag- nificent fabrlo combined with palo bluo satin and whlto duchcaso lnoo. '(Now bodico and belt clasps, with smaller ones for holding rlbtlons, straps and tho liko, are mado of aquamarines and mock rubies, silver and poarl, bronzo and gold, and gold mingled with rich-colored cnamols In orlontil do- signs. Tlicso ornaments arc in great domand, and most of them are vory ox- Senslvo. Thoy groatly assist tho mo- isto in giving a stylish cachet to her street and visiting costumes. Many of tho newest grenadines and black canvas dresses are trimmed with Chantllly lace and black...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 5 September 1885

fcJvJ u: K"' 0n "".y '' . WWUHWWWWWPN mm w; ,wr TPdHpipj w&'F&i ' x ..; jtjMst v - Tvs-"' .v. r-i5 ". w '" , -- 4, 'W ': A J ' v r,w v am ... 3J3alabllh6d June, 1&7Q. MJofc JuhIIco "Do Done Though the Hcmvons 3TnU.' V.OL. VH. -PALO PINTO; PALO PINTO 00.,. TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1885. N012. pivinnrv- .cnn-A'Ts -$ A -'.' I '1 .-V "' l- I " I -, , V "" X.ot Jukllce CUe Done Though the ZXoavxms ITnU." Tonns, fl.SO per Aanum. - 4tMm A WEARY STRUGGLE. no labored through tho summer day! . Woary, and worn bo plied tho pon. Ills poor, spnrso looks wpro turning gray ' With loll .for sako of-ot.ior men. Tho coa3o1os8,"Trcnry. woorlng grind ilnd tnndo hlmsometlilngduu anil Blow, And Jaded was tho active uilnd h, Tliutouco no weariness could know. aint still, with unremitting zeal, In conscientious pnrposo strong, Ho pressed tho liuay point or stooh "Though heavy was tho dny mid Ion?, Until, as evening's shndo drew nigh, 'J.ho wcury brnln Its help refused! "Thought and ln cntl...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 5 September 1885

"kWtoaj0 JJlam1 : . vm - y . ,! ...... I, ,.., i ii JILUU.J Win . : .AK 'WS .j TALO'PINTX) STAU rUDLISIIKD EVBItlf SATURDAY T.'O. SOJtt.HMItor nndPropl'r .BATURDAY. SEPT. G, 1885. TuUcii Tor Granted. To hear tlio Prohibitionisis talk, ono would snpposo Hint all Hint in iiofdoil is to pops (ho Prohibition ninendraoht nnd by a, magical chttngo old things will pftss nwny nnd nil will bocomo now. They hnvo tnlk- od themselves into bclioving thnt n moral and social change in tho hub its of hundreds of thousands can bo producod simply by tho pnssngo of a law, Thoy aro apt to loso their tomper whon thoy aiotold that tho instrument is unfitted and -inadequate to produco tho offocts. "Tlion," say thoy, "thoi o is no uso for law at all. Why should thoro bo statutes forbidding crimo nnd armed with sanctions to punish vico and ovll doing ? No law can bo per- fectly carried out, but it, would bo monstrous to say that thoro should bo no law against theft, or perjury, or murder, or adultery I" "Wo...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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