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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 15 February 1884
[0. \Y 16. IS*L ; court convenes next at C7«fi0 at —* 3d member in town i yard and ■S banting t Man- ' 9ft i Seed* for *4, BHBHHlHMKil V* r Stone will oftll wbo leave rtvleaat ° ■ tt-iy ■ V. Cotton Heed Meal at W. K. MOORS A (JO.SS. Judge J. N. Campbell came iu on lust evening's wain to attend District court, f . t? iiuwl Suite at $6.80. A Kyinftp rtMtt-'"' '"L Mann'mg' >, Just ar- 83 Charley Hartlield sold hie property on the west aide of the square, where the butcher shop is located, to Max Black, who we are told will build a good hci|8€ the coming summer. I —Rose & Gent's Cuh — a fine Shoes. - v...i. - . ' line •f 30 ^ __^ T a sacfc flour, at (Jreswell A —If you need a good vou tin* Jackson or Lhi toe to give satisfaction. n loan sell I g uarau- Sherift' Simpson arrested two by the uames of Phillips McGuire'on a warrant from e county, charging them with theft of cattle. Mr. rtry'-Tbe Phillips has been living in Al- bany for some time. tve corn for >u't forget that -Hot ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 15 February 1884
partly be- it is sverv interesting one. it is in such that few I m by in-and-in by public writers. ie ''■mm.condemnation of miiure it- Tbe brute in ils natural nnderstai la this J re is breeding between relati and elephant not degenera the product1 iug, is the as ever. These are payable facts, bat if these did not exist it woulu be ptaeump- toous to doubt the wisdom of unfurls w jt v* Yet the prevalent opinion is of even re- &, JONES rBorstrross of rat ROSE & KEENER, DEALERS IN P T^: T* v^* * 'J5S1 m-- -v ' K . *• • - ' lellufc that tits result.will _rf Is it iutend- breeaing between t of very close consan- guiuity! I ma, why do not Ibey , dfftw themselves I If they mean that breeding be- tween father and daughter, tor '-k:'":itt tatiee, is. very undesirable,! we should agree 'with th*-m on and when mOUt reLadvas 18 rtoductive of THE BC^T Poo/c£ fl/7//an/ 7aMes. , W-, ■WlnSnl ili. #iwL1oPr<?'-m \ TS, CAPS, TRUNKS, 'S:J44*t ' **." '. • "•"C.'-I*" 'f je ... Vii '.a 1 • V''/...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 22 February 1884
s KEENER, kLERS IN OOTS. SBOI :NKS, VALISES, AND| -isliin.gr Goods. isortment of good goods ices. (OTTO IS, IY GOODS CHEAT. ;r, there is where we do We have a house ful] mtee satisfaction. Our* State. All buttons put! ■rs. mine our «stock before! j .. 1 OSE & KEENER. irt Square. DEED H. MEYER. -and and Live Stock oil (escription. I I > ■ • # * ' roved Lands In this and! Counties. ile in Any Part of the -ty> * _ • am Street and the Liare. of Land in ^ ND PAY TAXES. a t ' - s~ OLD SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 9 ALBANY, SHACKELFORD CO UN &EIEI* H4RI, ATTORNE T at LA W, REAL ESTATE AGENT. NOTARY PUBLIC, y v Albany, Shackelford County, Texas. Orttce east side court square. A. A. CLARKE, / ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albany, Shackelford County, Texas. ; Will practice in tlie courts of Shackel- ford ant} adjoining counties, the Supreme Court ?>nd ''ourt of Appeals at Austinj and the Federal Court at Graham, W. T. BAIRD. M. D. W. M. POWELL, M. I> BATED & VOW ELL, PHYSICIANS mid SURGEONS...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 22 February 1884
•r- - .., . \ The moral is this : If you in- tend to become a candidate for office pay the printer in advance, and then if you get beat and go off and drown yourself the prin- ter is safe, and you will have one sin less to answer for in the next world. Fort Worth is soon expected to have a cotton factory. It is pretty generally under stood thai Gen. Ross of Waco, is a candidate for governor. St. Louis is making an effort to have the national democratic convention held at that place. The Fort Worth, Corsicana |ind Sabine Pass railroad com jany filed its charter last Mon- lay. t The gap on the Mexican Cen- ral railway between the City )f Mexico and El Paso is only 55 miles wide. Fort Worth seems to be the place to hold the state demo- cratic convention. At least our ixchanges indicate as much. Congressman Wellborn has introduced a bill in Congress providing for the removal of the Tonkawa Indians to the Indian Territory, and appropriating $20,000 to meet the expense. A meeting of all h...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 22 February 1884
4 w*\ i ml THE ALBANY ECHO. FRIDAY. I KBRUARY ECHO. aJ~]iW4. CKs k Miiff, AND Li VE STOCK 100 SECTIONS OF LAND Now is the time to lease your land* be- fore it is everlastingly too late. We have numerous sections to lease. CLARKE & MEYER. Land to Lease. Fifteen sections of land in a body, with lasting water on it, located in Stephens and Shackelford counties, on Battle Creek. Will be leased to the highest bidder for three or live years. Apply to Clarke & Mkykr Cattle For Sale. We have for sale 800 head of stock cat- now in a pasture in Clay county. Will be delivered and counted out in spring, as soon as there is sufficient grass to enable purchaser to handle cattle. A. rare bargain Is offered. Apply to or ad- dress CLARKE & MEYER. Albany, Texas. For Sale. A fine ranch in Shackelford county— 4(140 acres, well watered. As good grass asthore is in the state. Two miles from a station on the Central railroad. Hub- bard's creek, a large stream of living wat- er, runs through th...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 22 February 1884
V ;■! 111 ft 'I f t >m 1 IV i 4 rtm .• -*•' 1 • -Vj>^ ^ THE ALBANY ECHO. "Where Ignorance is Bliss." Where the twilight lidrtr was tolling, Oh a bluff Wide the sea. In a hammock 'twixt two pine trees, tty young Suodgrass lazily; breamily the waves below him, 6'fr the shining sea beach crept; m All the air was hushed aboot him, All the inland breezes slept, VVhinlight step, well remembered, taintI,le tangled grasps throdgh, AM Hfc Srtid t "Here conies my Laura, Let us see what she wffl do. 1 will close my eyes In slumber And pretend I am asleep, Sue will thiij(c. perchance, fhilt angels Watch around my pillow keep. She. perhaps will smile upon me. And, Oh, height of human bliss,. She may bend her fair head o'er me, And awake me with a ki.«s.'f fearer came the steps and nearer, Till they paused beside him there, And he thought, -'now bending o'er me Are those ey«s divinely fair." Then as soli as angel's pinion i$K<shed her hair against his cheek, But lie kept his eyes still c...