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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 5 January 1884

j WM onidw -touewall whfckey. Am r- . lex* imrvst production. at tbe Texas I Clsaiial eahmnT MB. ElilTtHc: SAtt WAY. JANUARY 5. IW3. w." • mm i aiuL ...iMtr Kr^ut at Mnnnitt;.''* . 2 Mrciior^ (.ouisiana ui4a «*«< nt Ctaswcll .«ml Wilttcwa'. * t- WfK^I^S^I The Bono was eight year* IliuBJ Saturdav.' j ■i gSr V targe lot of hoop xkirUjuat ar- rivvdat Manning'*, ^ 38 —Fresh butter and egg* at Craswell & I'llliuiiiaV . • 7 81 f J —Judge J. R. Fleming spent ill Albany. J g9 Frcsh iJohi Meal at Manning's. 29 Turn and Jerry, Ruin i Caaino Saloon. 91 -Joe R. Friend |Fit. Louis, jied Charley Zug and family ■ '."I y* 1 lhie of fancy candles In town m^ J. m i*8 Garden Soid* for '84. ' Wm.< ' desires tbe the weajtjfrr Is • I'kick's Uakimo l'o« UKK at ' MtfmKfl'g Lige Earl hue some'hing to che Soffo to-dav. Read it. at the Tex- 30 —Lemon* at Harttiek T*ry the "La Beauty" as Central naioon. set,ted the a.onthly Albany Public Ur for the month en December 21,1883. FIRST (iKADK. is pfe- por...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 5 January 1884

r*... 'W:' I (Ml. [DESOEOTTVE iii Mum tad in w" m«iw i runt Ltoila* ; and on the Texas an distant from It. tb! ■bout IS mile*; Balrd, Abilene, southwest 16 * T IT* UBIUKlZlTlftK. I t of February 1,1858, the bonn- eoonty were established. | some slight boundary line* of stature Febi nary 14, I to Palo Pluto conn- I. purposes, and on May 1. r enactment attached it to inconveniences aris- t tew Hrt«n became appa- | ; of Jack county be- iut)jind the dti- jlved t. orgtnfa«. I for all officers in )4faenre of the Comity Copirob- : m* help at Fori Griffin. 1874. By proclamation of k«>, dated Oetoher 12, 1874. as .the comity i (faction for the pernuu i of ()te county seat was held Id resulted in the quarter of section Asylum surveys, on ! 8oll undulates from I sotne placed rises to beeniled mouutaln- i areof a rich auudy ? lauds are of a much ■ adapted to Kmiill ■long the (for agricultural | healthier county not aw low as the ? the northers, than from one summer months ate summer and autu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 12 January 1884

. --.m M m 1 OLI> SEaiBS, VOL. 8, NO. 3. ALBANY, SHLACK.ELFORO COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. 1884. * * -V*' " -S ■ - i, . -• # ' new SERIES. VOL. 1, NO 34 IS. j*! ■ 1ST, ATTORNEY at LA W, BEA.L ESTATE AGENT.' notary, public, Hhackelford County, Texas. Oflfc* east side court square. t. m. ®. w. *■ rowkli, m. . BAIRD 4 POWELL, ■* * '^-'1 v PHYSICIANS and surgeons OFFICIAL DIBEdMKl Twelfth Judicial District. T. B. WlK^ksr, - , Hstriot Judjre J. H. Culhouu. - Distrii i Attorney. Conrt convene* tlie third Monday in February und September, aud may sit 'two weeks. Albany, Texas. **.—~— THE OLD RELIABLE County OM <1. L. Fisher Sam Spear*. D. G. Siui|H*on. H. <3. Jacobs, L. m. Keeuer. Henry Palm. - •John Jones Dd Bye. - W. W. Samtnone, J. P., pre't J. L. 'Itiorp, " A.C.White. -■ A. Me Amis, Shields' Hotel, has been re-furnished. and for a meal cooked and manner, we most to the Pool House. IV Proprietor. BAILLUCH, PRACTICAL BUILDER. Texas. H. HOPE, D CUBE'S OLD STAND.] filU Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 12 January 1884

1 * i?%. w *ae THE ALBANY ECHO. 1 Hill. 0. W. MOBSON. «UTCKl Ay.jam a,n 12. i km. a liver at Wi over Saturdav last. W* ag;tin rail tlieiat tent ion of •Jour rwiiifft (o the fttvat itnpor mure of fanm« mamtfnctorirg ■■d to thai bow pre pmineiit i y in demand Id Albany, vis: Woolen Mills. Since we began to brit* the ail important suo- lect toattention of our cap- italists the remark has P. Lot-H- and F. Wal their fortunes again |f eqo otl y i this year. "the Echo is right—we need [woolen mills, and there is mon- were cap- Ly in the enterprise, and if some while iutheLnu -in m.u s 1 . „ |on«Mp make the start , the Job. Bockmaii'BLmondt of cipiul will be suh •" *n ^Ar[les j Kent**!." Some of til. leading wool growers of the county say is gotSEEp*** ^ "°ol wUi ** 8DP Sherman and Plied than the ^ tor a branch of the ponld manufacture—that wool district court lowers would Mil their wool to ■■■I home manufacturing last meeting of the [company at least two cents per ■ court of Throck- pound ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 12 January 1884

;bany echo. MATtjftDAT. JAStABY M. 1883. intrjr people mostly ie today. — i I ~ ' V i of hoop skirts just ar- —Mr. N. U. Burns Tuesday made the happy erof a bouncing boy baby. apples at UartSeid's. over Too work cold to is sob butdle eggs at Cresweli A 111 —Qw. ^Wilhelm was from Griffin last night. Mr&,000 Mesquite poata for sale. B-B. MAWinia. ""Corn for tale at E. It. Manning's as theap aa you can buy at any of the fixkl stores. 34 , Chandler, E. Frankel j McCabe of Fort Griffin, rn Tuesday. i Corn Meal at Mauning**. 29 N. L. Bartholomew ly of Tbrockmortou moved to Albany Tues MT Ton and Jerry, Bum ~ ' . Salouu. of Tbrock portion ofthe in Albany. N are - i" Mr. for <4, ■W Choice Louiitau Cnswall and WUtiama'. s on fa lb —The wind on Mondav play edsad havoc with the big sign on the Texas Central. —Just received one car meal and one car Smoky 11111 Roller Patent flour. 34 fj .. v k. H. Manning. ~TT"-—"* :i storm on inr^sar^7 Hawkins, is —Capt. A. C. Throckmorton county, town....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 12 January 1884

ran |tingl buintry. stn-nifthen- a$ II* ilcvciupiueut of llie Smith pn t*ri v o M>«- snrreffaltt oftii.-wnniv. Wheat, ivrn, o.-s*. millet. j growing with itxgrowth&iSd AT nA TTPWPPTPTTVP ^ * ' !!!!'*r>C' ,",rt,'v 11 «m ou, yk lU ing wiili it* strength. uit$ Iter populsr AL and DEbORIFIIV L g od rnams when | a>peri.v tmUivated lion lias reached about tme thousand. county !• situated > in season* favorable. Vp^vtubU-* of all ( Stately residences nre beginning to lieau- Tcfcas, abont 450 miles from ni* l pod,,cwi • <* i *lul fruits, such tify her suburbs, white the business >oe*l- 150 miles from Dalla«; and*" l™ph«*^'r,cota. grapes am) melons. ing named IoWimoi, the Texas j im>v<* H re' «<*™tlve crop. si-....- r i> _!_ . As In war ami politics, "To the victor mm- ROSE & KEENER, ilway'are distant from it. via: , southeast about 18 miles; Balrd, t; Abilene, southwest 15 V OKUAKIZATIOM. M " "X - I' £.-j February 1.1858, the boun- tlie county were esta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 19 January 1884

uara^MU,tor,"attT''rs —Jacobs k McCumb are in their nt w quarters. „ ■ * NrA nice assortment of Flower Seeds at K- R. Manning's. . 35 ay. January 1 . large lot of fcoop skirts just ar- ty 111 Fresh Br^ad baked every day at Gharlie'aRestaaraiit. « 7 Charley Hart left for Monday morning. • and eggs at CreaweU & " - fj§§ —Rev. W. M. Shelton of 8her- wiii preach in the M. E. at 11 a. m. to-morrow. —Mrs. Clay of Paris, Texas, is visiting her daughter, Mrs Bruckner, of this place. —Fresh Graham Hour at Uruswell A >riiiiaii)'a. u • Willi. m I I ' Don't tail to call on Creswell A the Boss Grocers, next door to 86 Tom and Jerry, \ Casino Saloon. Bun A —Mr. W. R. Moore and wife retnrued from an extended eastern tour Wednesday even- —Mr. E. B. McAnulty left for this morning; Back apples at Hartfleld's. tSrMy Mesquite very last at 10 cents a contemplate fencing 3ft T- posts are going Be. Those who please call early. E. £. Manning, ! -1 , attorney City, Teen., spent a week in Albany. | Go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 19 January 1884

- situated l)r ") mile* from IO ih il. vclnfmi;. lit tlx cuentj*. U'theat, o>rn. «orghum. rye, l>*rk' ^ruwti aehnha pr. jt«*riy and i-if-iiistiivurftljl.'. \ eefiable* of jUtids #1* pft * i need her?; ami fruit*, a* a|«rie<«ts. <rr*pcs and prove k ewnunerativc crap. war and politics. -To the spoils,''so in wed ■ ** ► *.. toon' ' r?4, . " of , 1*74. eeut was a#WMg" Ihe former who pwperiT cultivates *olL belongs the Iruitieft of hie labor. The gneoewiful farmers tit this eounty have made tweutr-flve to thlrtjMhe busheh of wheat to the aeret wljjle some of their neighbors did not have half feat yield. Cora pndiHei fijn twenty to 01 thirty bushel* to tlie aZ*e ;■ while oat# has us high «e owe hundred and twen- ty-Are bushels to the aerfe. Cotton has exceeded the expectations of these whe tried it experimentally a few vdHk past:; so much go, tha^ it now forms no ineen- ble part jpf our productions. On has been made one bale to the acre, or In the cotton parlance of a full cro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 26 January 1884

m •fi in DIBEt TORY. — -as fctfi < J mmi m"' f ills - ■ •jr. ^SZ ——- texas, Saturday, January 26,1884. f . RY P0. I :r *5 Texas. P HI ■ I.' , L-— PJHP1 4 . .RH | He 4 . EHatriet |L J. h. -Ciilhoi^. - District A ttorae? Court convenes the third Monday arid may t**' V it ■ )WEM If. D ' - & POWELL, County J L. Fisher - - County Judge. Sum Spears. - District & Co. < lerk 1>. G Simpson. Sheriff & Tax < olleetor. U. 0. Ta«*..hv, - , Kttrvevor L. M. Keener, - County Treasurer) Hairy Palm. - / - . Tia Assess >r! ohn Jones - - - Inspector - - County Attorney, modi, J, -P. , pre't So. 1 bany, Texas. UBL£ T. C. H.FhJIbrfck, H. A4 EtHott, F. K. ConmL ble «r House. , Proprietor Texas. •s OLD STAND.) •.fully fills PrfteripUon . J. T. CAMP, Carpenter and Builder uriti«b *11 plans and sp^Mlcauotis > classes of buUdiiig* Ires* through p Ji.to!Hoe will m*lvc itlou. 33 Court. Criminal bnslbt*s~The third MLuday in mh month. Civil and Probate business—The third M outlay in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 26 January 1884

ALBANY - ROHSON, KHiUr and SATITT!I>A Y, JTAlf! • AKY EH * 1 ■ ■ I J is not a vacant; bnsi- s or dwelling boost* in «Beil- Down is Ton) Given county steal pasture gates as well cat wire. ^ prohibitionists say thev [soon hofd a national con arid nominate a uatiou- cet for 1884. /attending physician of MacKenzie now states that remains of the restora- of" the Generai'sLmental J|§ Dallas ■ Senator Terrell's bill erence to the few troubles and the reinedit ft>r, w4tb its treatment ith ref !c tilting there also of Scientific American says glass a frosted appear it is only necessary to with a con)posi tion of of magnesia diluted in , with a little dextrine add- 7^ f•:'a v •. ■ ... • $ t: ' • ■ m 0 -jm — House of RepreseL ta- on Monday #iere was held session at which idr. ojfati, of Clay county, invited to address the onse on the fence-cutting ibJeg. A regular ;'Katiga- bog-killing time was had. papers say it was bettei thanaciicus. e courts in a number Of IS cities are making troubl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 26 January 1884

THE ALBANY ECHO. tiatur0%r. ijjivak y 26. 1883. lot of lioop skirts just ar- - , 33 Tbe Albany Bank will open nexl WLpnday. i, Tom and Jerry, Ruin ,at the Casino Saloon. 21 has had a new door put in the court room. Fresh apples at Hartfield's. 32 iool opened in the new : Monday morning. —,— , !■ Mosquito posts for sale. ; £. k. aiankiko. as" fury WendesdayJ lieieaiter when yon waut a i book from the Albany Union Sunday School library, you cannot get it if you have an- other book out. JUST IN.—Another invoice of Job Papers at the echo office. We noticed Ben and Phin Reynolds in town Tuesday. at Hartfield>. Carpenters are at work fin- ishing up the Richardson build- ing • t- —Tierce lard at« 'r<;«well & W illi;iiuV.3fl Did the Street hawker take you in on his cheitp wares yes terday ? v — Blanket lined duck suits at $7.50 at Manning's. 36 A new, sidewalk is being put down in front of the Burns and Richardson buirdings. * . ■ ■ '*■"1 ♦ .I ■ —Choice Louisiana molasses at Cres-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 26 January 1884

■hm _ ii tli.- (I'wlupiiK-iU of tin- hidden wentth i pro* a! ||i< ©otmty. Wheat, t-'.rn, oate. millet, ijrriB mpc aorjtliwii. rjf, barb-v arid cotton. yi. ><i )EICALand BESCEIPTIVE jjrood r-tu: n« %vlutii property ciiliivatell i keit irU county if ' id'.ua'.ed In st Ti" sb'nl 4.V mi's* Iron. hi. luO miles from l>ttUa«; and the following named towna nu th eTexas : railway are lii.tnnr from ft. viz : about 13 mile:-; Uaird,* i wiles; Abileuc, nwuiimeat ii T ' I IT# OKOASIZAT1C.V. . ;'l| act of February 1. $38, tjie boun- f the County were vsrabiished. the exception of some slight HtiJI tlio boundary Urn* oJ If proper. t of Uto,legislature February 14. t was attached to Palo Pinto conn purposes. and on May I,. • enimtuieiit attached it to iity. The inconveniences arts- u thin last !:uv hoou became appa- (tiw county ie.it of Jack county be- „early 80 miles distant) and the citl- g of Shackelford rosolmljtO ofgtnijw. Von was ordered for till olUoers in }'{be County started on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 2 February 1884

VOL. 8, HO. 6. ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2.1884 NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO 37. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. BSSfs TABY & at LA W, : AGENT. PUBLIC, County, Texas, square. W. M. row ILL, M. D. ID* Twelfth Judicial District. 1 T. B. Wbetier, - Dtetriet Judge! J. H. Calhoun, -■ District Attorney, ■jfifenrt convene* the tlifrtf Monday In February and September, and may sit two wedta. v . ■ ■ Count)' Oflcen. J. L. Fisher - - County Judge. Sam Spears, - District & Co, Clerk D. G. Siujpson, Sherill & Tax Collector. . C. Taoobs, - - Surveyor. M. Keeuerj - County Treasurer. - Tax Assessor. -- :>•«Inspector County Attorney • - . -.. J. L. TUotp, p| ** **■ /- 1818 A. C..White. " * $. A. McAmie, " "■ Henry Herrou Constable '• , " 4 'IV H. liarre,Commissioner Precinct No 1 C. H.fUU^ ' " . ig^H , and SCECtBONSI «>* | mmmmmm sMtawoos, j. F tfVsPW, \v 4t. A. iiiliott, K. Conrad, i. j County Court. Hotel, has been ■ f®r 5| Criminal business—The third Mbudsy , , aqnare...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 2 February 1884

of spring Wall street r ill be as lively as em. The Jmo* ®y | transactions on the stock%oard last Tuesday we tbe largest over 500,- were transferred, and vanced figure. This the beginning of tbe leading financial pa- north. We auy to a general boom e the coming summer. The crop indications from the [great wheat producing district are favorable. The winter, with the exception of some very lold weather the first part of January, has been mild, and live stock all evqf the country bad gone through the whiter so far with very little loss. Indeed every thing indicates that the year] 1884 will be one of general; j prosperity. : Throckmorton's bill for thtj relief of theTonkawa Indian asks for an appropriation $4,000 to purchase 640 acres lend, suitable for grazing ai agricultural purposes, in $h sus! elford county, Texas, or in adjoining county. The moue defence pneumo le diseases. 'ellows will e the Dallas. Worth bidding uanffTT sarv for public, a mile's or tefr, of Graxson. is chai repor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 2 February 1884

ALBANY ECHO. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY *. I*«. iUL-V-J 1 1 .-U - ■■ -i Tlif Albaar Bank opened its for bo«im«8 last Monday* . E. W utters, who liu n returned! roth Tout ttreen itj, say* cattle are Kiting the winter iugo<-d style. aw drifting very Jit lie. * The Texas Central jrailroad [ soon pat ia iron bridges on abbard and Deep cMks, be here and Cisco. The for the same to rest are now being bailt 1 ' . has bought the lot _ the dry goods bpuse l E. R. Manning. He will-ford, Pa., is v the erection of a' at ohce. lot of Mr. for it. Miae Ida Hju-ftton, of Waco, is visiting Mis* L:tur« Hofcomb, of this place. Richard Knuis. representing •be Qulveston News, was in town Friday. Granville Waiters, of Hull ^owu, tf e l est of good fellows, spent several days in town this week. J O. Carr, paymaster of the T. G. railroad, came up Wed nesday evening and paid off the- employees. W. W. Buckley, of Missouri, is visiting ;bis sister. Mrs. Joe Fisher, and may become a citi- xen of Shackelford Miss O'L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 2 February 1884

XC""'"uS*IJ l the devourment .rf the hidden wealtfi of thecounty. \\ li<:«i. e.-m. o. .uullet. sorghtim. rye, barley and eolton. yield goof! returns wlu-u | r<«|*Tljr eidilviited n « «(T i« situated Id Wrt^-n.lkvtfr: I*-. Vegetable of nil ;>ru 4«: ,nMU kJttd* atr prdducrd bere; and fruliH, aocii ■ coin. ! DESCRIPTIVE mlta from Italia*; and named town* on the Texas are dbbwt from It.ylz: 13 nrilt'K; liaird, ne, southwest 16 -%• • ItlOK. . Febmary 3, 1858. the honn- the county wen* established, the exception of some slight sfftfl tlie boundary lines of mmm the legislature Febi uary 14, to I'alo Pinto coitn- porpofes. and, on May 1.1 enactment attached it to The iaoouvenieuees aris- ~i l w soon became appa- of Jack comity V - distant) and the clti- wfd-to ofg'tniz for all officers to Started on its career, of the County Comrois- hdpat Fort Griffin. By proclamation of October 12, \m. Bated as tlie county on for the pernia- county seat was held and resulted In | quarter of secti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 8 February 1884

— w i { m i 3BRISS, you e, so. f. AUiAXY, SEAUKELFORD WL XTY, TJblXAS, ££13) A Y, FEBRUARY 8. ittei. ., yot. I, 1 LA tf, b ESTATE AGENT, RY PUBLio, &v %'\t • j ^ |p bjf ' Sh.n^e'fwl «Jwity, Texas. OOtuO*•-. skit*« nrt fciii.arw. : ■■■■ ■4k' * ' i ^ ... : ... V. ? ..:■ ■ BATED & POWELL, oi ruiii i>ikl< rouv. Twvlith Jntlici l IWblriei. 3,'. li. W(>« ♦- t>:-. «iut .teds®. J. U. <'; l (il'H. - l>:-,. n-.. AUo'ttby. < ,*4fe convem"? iihs Monday in ' . > :u«l awl mff fit tttv> V.Wh . ■■■ ^ Coimf) Ott4im. .1. L. Fi iter - - Couu'y Jndjre.i An«5< • ■ iS2 < fit'm 1>. U. S ii',• Oil. * ' . ■ K • ■<' , ><-y )*olnu r • lolttt • v D.I Kve. - ■ *■ , l>i ^*irl &t*>0. flSjMB* Ts* s ltoltee*ar. - Sw-voyoc. Cot a.y Tmwiifcr. 4 Tax Aw-"!'. Conn v Alto'oey. ,, j> e i No. •m The from S3 8 _ . H-,|. JPe-OJiCIMSll ftH'l . HI"' ,"folf « • ckwii^fMu^ V*'i .in itl tMi< •■.v. I it *t pahiia'ita i.i ivttir, vy« iof l iitiTn'lly hu'3 «• Vim (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 8 February 1884

^'W ' A-: kr.n K(T.utY8.1 m. "is tLis a farm 1 is often asked by here to invest ais. like all of here, it I to be a farming eonn- ao distant day, there question is of interest body, as well to those large bodies of land to those wbo eonte n- ; lands. For as more valuable own large bodies purposes now, in small tracts to * it is not yet settled corn can be grown so successfully and to in Illinois and the adaptability of the this immediate vicinity of small grain is as we can troth, between twelve bushels of this conn there is a this y ear than evidence of what can the follow- . who creek, in the of the ooonty, bushels of the same nurn and got bushels «f of white winter which he had in Corn- Monday of the was the beet quality flour, from Kan- Tucker Baker, who Many names have been men- tioned in oonection with fbe chairmanship of the Democratic Executive Committee, it being understood that there are no less than twenty-eight rants tor the position. And of those spoken of in connection...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 8 February 1884

'HE ALBANY ECHO. fttiday.FKiiuCAltY 8. ISA*. Barrv of Bosque county, in" attendance at count) this —Sck83i ■. when you want ■■K. 4 'be inhabitant* of the went part of town are suffering torture? of a bagpipe. : STOLEN MORSES. I A nice B! t K The bull that toiled last Sun- evening announced the itb of the little babe of Mr. f V I Manning* The i ■ H Arrested With a Stolen Horse In Possession, Two Oth- ers Jallsd on Suspicion. Last Tuesday ui Sinip«itn received from a little station on th** Texas and Pacific railroad, in Callahan Co.. telling him that some horses had been stolen at that place the night before and describing one as s hay horse branded JAM on the left shoul- der, and three men had left there under suspicious circuin stances- who Were believed to have taken them. About eleven o'clock, a tall six footer, who Afterwards gave his name as M. C. Marklin, dressed in the garb of a cow boy, with heels on his boots that made a hole in the saud about the^sixe of a silver came ridin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 8 February 1884

' M' 1 is THE ALBANY ECHO. «80L growers nun. • .. -4 --C. ' ft 3 '• tr*P • ' hlfl A good aheep dow uot con- tune more food than a bad one. nor does it cost n ore to shear. The freight and charges on lligh claea wool are not higher than those for the poorest fleer eST" It is, therefore the pioduc tion of high class wool which of the country 11 view. Amer- cannot do to take these re- tries as selves. ' . to remain that in 1880 there about 23,000.000 sheep in the United States We bow have nearly 60,000,000. In 1880 thd wool dipped amount sd to only 00.000,000H^H| to-day it is nearly 800,000.000 fW. FIVE THOUSAND CATS. An Incident . flM Occurred Fortv- «r* Ago. It was when I was n school- boy and mv father run a black smith shop in the west end of Hawkinsriiie. among the oaks, near where the court house and jail then stood, and principal merchants of y**r town were Merrill & Miles. Col- lier & Beers, and Tatt & Pe«-k, and when the leading ci'izdiis of ihe town were J.O. Jelk...

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