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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 15 June 1883

PURE DRUGS AND IMEDICINES. —Mr. H« jathaiefy. 1-lir.f.P. TM* A "®J ^ head ef graded «t!l Mne«f —OH Ne. 48, aw3.. fcr repairs. Dr. Oofk, rfWieo. toeo.<*•«< land, *"*4 * <*sswamnas Wrbood of 12^0 per acre. Oimtwk •faring Clatkfa* ^ F.E.COHBAD,AC*. -Mr. E. C. Jaeefca «d fcmily tw Jtooday fertile eottk, *hs«e (h* *o to f.$); % n. pest & 8undefer. at i riflb road, Bern's aditfoa. done oo 1 ear Fall Paleal FUa*. iMfHtlTFMcii Ww. at CilBAD1!. —Bemenber everybody to inritod (o attend the celebration M veil u the public installation and ball of the K. «F. —Re , Mr. Fair, we learn will not preach at Um Preabylerian church next Sunday, aft par announcement, oecaaiooad by reason of sickaas In hia family la eastern .T«;xaa. He will not arrive bare before aome time next week. "<*•* . . I can and do tried all ampetiMon when I do not hwi it. E- R. Manning —Mr. Hugh Corrigan, our popular uddler, dropped to to tee M tbla week. Hnjfh will leave soon with bia family, W *Uit bia pareoto ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 15 June 1883

uaunr, THIS t* -HarTaal fro*t*cU have improved is Ea- «u"4 v t -lot fcj kiD tlM! King of Bouinama at the w of Parliament «u discovered, and JJneo/theoonnpiraton. were arrested. # y;.wi Fagan, for oon<pUcitv in the k*^.: oflWtfW.rutM remodeliag the minillntinn of the German empire, and thinks the Federal Oorernmeat has the poww to Diaewnuee U*ve been taken by ' ' of felt near I«_ haras of three i* ' v M „ -lltra. Walter Davis, of Harradabnrg, Ky. dri vindicating the reputation o: Phil Thompson j>rinta a card vindicating th ^5"vbS&iwllo,ntUe^D?: r©ctjuuj aiuvu* won M-wMblir m was crowned Caar of all the jn the Palace of the Kremlin, at Mob- oow on Sunday, Hay 27, with brilliant cere- S^^w^tWaUghteet interruption hSS published an much atteatioij to En- t Germaay, Austria 18 battalions of in 14.46 fiel| Id Bossfl lUtry, t22* >ld gMju «a.ii amy operate with divfited forces. The tripartite alliance can thye outweigh the whole remain- I^AwQ-iaderi whe tfisd L Algiers'* few d j...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 15 June 1883

De L«- that the r millions of be enthusiastic the advan likely to result from the flooding sad cost; [•warm >• Srican , ***•■■-r— — r— U wen • more immediate victory than the undertaking at Panama. The Inland aea scheme did not, we believe, originate with M. deLer bat with Commandant Koudaire, has made a careful atudy of the ground for many yean. From the Tery first however, friend in jectot; fe>a«fae M a *lpea*6dly an_~ various ways brought it before the pub- lic. IpA very particular manner he lias ptet/mW on t&w attention of the Academy of Sciences. That he hoe been Baooessfai in influencing public opinion in its favor, we are not permit-' ted to donbt; and the oonvietion 4s very general that it had something to do with the expedition to Tuniq. As showing the intsffeet which was taken in the scheme, a commission was appointed to investigate the mat-, ter. The report fas favorable. It oonclutfedihat.the feed panaJ could be ie, ydry^t tbtty+e, which B no dangw w ofaporatin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 15 June 1883

« ♦ * will eawy is* hss bat few Meads, with md will to diciat* to hi. beoefsctors. He is m> earthly use to aed editors will long ; ■ We bavs jnct returned Ionterey, Mexico, where ?® • greet deal to intera#J (arm could be eelepted la this ooun ty tbat will prodaoe more then all the Mexican patches weaaw ia not a window-pane ia Monterey, and vary little erideaoo of akodarp jbrougbt wit un- der tbt dril damage act in Brooklyn Cornel for *10,- 000 for selling her husband liquor «pd owning bin to beoomo a drunk ard, aed to-day the jary gave her a verdict for 12,600. The State Wool Gro ei Associa- tion soetened in fian Antotio on the sixth insl, fl. lt Chaaiberiain pre* aiding, Wfaitleld SooU secretary; attendance emaUL The following oSoers were 4seted for the ensuing year fl. I. Chamberlain, president; 0.8. Hawaii at Kinney, A. Symee, of Williamaon, and 5.6. Collins of Duval, vioeprwaideate; D. E. Bently, secretary and Jfno Wfokland, treas- srer. Tbe American Register has the correct ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 22 June 1883

proprietor. == j* ■ ! W^mggk pifC:;, == *L®t Justlop be done though the Heavent Fall. Terms92.OO per <1 miliSIt 3 1 ALBANY, SHACKELFORD - J :* *>.. . '*>rr* COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1888. NO. <6. iw* * "" V•" B Organs to and prices, and g|#e me their order*. I have the r fe CAMP'S PIAl|08 «d ORGANS, of St. Log*; , > 00,''8 UPRIGHT PIANOS, of New York. All the above firms are known throughout this country, as well! rope, • being reliable,- substantial houses, manufacturing only cIms of as in Eu- a superior - . \o\ jr; I wffl hare on hand the first of next week, a fiiie "piano. Call around ladies and Y. MOORE. —1— GALA GROVE. * r^k MMTtTIOK IS All! 4 ■* * had Speakers e Present. gp—O— te Ceremonies I To Eat For All. Of~ Arrangements: J, N, >, 8. F. 8tin on, J, L. i, I. ft Hill, 8. F. Cook. 1 - "■ * / * * ' t and Have a Good jura* uai V .*# m THE MEXT HOUSE. Berts Width Will Be Ooatectod. Clerk McPberson, of tbe house, surely did some good gneasing when he said...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 22 June 1883

3SP&C LLFTLNG THE DEBT. The Methodist church of Hew Al- bion has long been staggering under a load el debt. Ita edifice, built in the tfoak ef tinea following the war, wia an ambition* piece of architecture—the church of the future beyond a doubt since it waa much larger than the con- gregation—and the pewi were still va- cant which the sanguine builders had rxpectad to see filled by men who rere tcprr off the mortgages. The lier. Mr. Thorpe, the pastor, bad ear- ned his debt now for two jears.it had been the burden of his days, and the nightmare of his dreams; at length he Ltd brought bis congregation to the point of attacking it He had mede several anxious pilgrimages to rich Methodist* in neighboring oitiea, but recsived small encouragement; it waa evident that the Methodists of Mew Albion maat shoulder their own load. Accordingly, the first Sunday in Oc toher was devoted to a carefully plan- ned effort for the payment of the debt. Mr. Thorpe had concluded to ^prnn with the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 22 June 1883

JBL to the tbe railroads have , Lone Star" Btote,' It rod- soon fc' It is only is but lately that it it- without Bat to make it *etf of the Mwff *we h'ushing damsels, to offer nmmmm tie peril w ^ mr. aa«* If** formed a cushion of foam, over the sea-bird screamed. occasionallv seizing upon dead flab which came within reach. t of formed earned from! diagonally across the Mfe on the Rio Grands border, and within two days, £1 Pfcao, at the extreme western end of S* Sifte' ^ *• MM hed, either from Texarkana, Jn the north, or ^-stonjn the south. Thatportion ) great empire of Texas which lsn#rthofSe Bed rim, and the western boundary of Indian an room, aifdtheteftT the Wg I Mang «t bat >nr. ttfely' fiie-' peg1 Seems to have come up through the hat lately. I must have that peg fixed, This is The following eon wW&Sm tare will asatement new of leading tacts about w will be of interest:". ,, Gone traction commenced Jan. 3, "■ >•: > i on the nse and mpqse g8BHi^WK *#"13 yw.' pip ing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 22 June 1883

JUNE PBfUAY, grand ball at Dntg arc being wd* k* its celebration. The mittee «f arrangements is in ^rtert in the err d winch will be tbe preparations In be Itked iato bread for tbe oeeaaion. jkt night. aad give a ibeir Bali over ~ Store immediately tkmitbo PUP place at Hm Grove, wbtek k about one-half mile front tke eowt bouas T b.T_^T*"" si invitation to «H. A Lodge of Odd Fellows bave recently been organized at Hilla- borq. ' !* The expected Jane rise of tbe Miieittippi River bas began already and looks formidable. will take The Dewey star-routs farce ft Washington, is at an end. Dorsey wm sequitted and tbe ease against Bedell ess nor proe d. Brady and Kellogg will be whitewashed. An Indian said, when he - first beard of it, he Was surprised that the white men killed the Savior, bat since be knew him better, he wondered why be didn't steal his clothes. «M " -Mr Bogait retained last week tron Mesieu with 8200 head of abeep MK^iotorma ns that; be was very fortun- ate on tlie trip lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 22 June 1883

warm the diir editor has been ■it in the back door of the efBsa. while his wife Canoed him with the VJZSFiSS to «M it lor Mr • ***; . « < . i@n iHI BSCS -iflfsrwwf M k -A," of Baylor SHflfjuKi ■« « V •' - M.** - i f ••- '- '* *, - < PURE 'DRUGS AND :tohZ. " ? ** of the fcMgedinlwt Wedma- r Fnastos 0o««d i* fitting aloag ftisfcepet he WV he out before *«*• St the Conrad tp* -IfclLH. BW new residence it loom- W m wniiderabhr slid peotaist* to be one *P ' ♦ r / rfttoftatftin Aibaaj. —Hea4qoarten>tor Sewing machines. lapro'ed While, New Em*. K. H. BURNS, _*r. tW Malonefl toaae * *bout duae, and Cbaifia BUloujfh is entitled to a deal of credit, a* it will W a splendid piece of workmanship rhen completed. Kstrawd, before W. W. flaaiTtons, J. J'- fndaet No. 1, Shackelford ceuntv. by \r H. Hoffrtutle, cm black or brown borsu* ol«ont 14 b e<b high, 12 or 18 yean, old' Irntided a doable trowel. —I will meet any competition on ieuce wire. Quality Guaranteed. : N. H. BURNS. -Eugene ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 22 June 1883

Prebebly frfw ,—M J%An*L realise that the time ^ to speak respoctfuUy tt was for so nutnj l7^;,h to stand m a Wf stone AaUon/fi thePotomac, Am, _l obeli kf wh0M marble tide* gleam *SSS£^ panionpyttnw*. when it oompll IthM lOOfrtl fc its com- i' i and it will be more ,MB iVW _— than either at the- u4 will be not only the highest known itruotnre in the world, bat, so it it aid, the highest structure which « known to h*Te erer been raised bj the hand of man. The great spire of the Btmburg Cathedral runs up to the height of W. feet; the heigBt of the tewer of the OathoSral in-Cologne ii pot at 511 feet; St. Peter's, from the bate of the lantern, is 448 feet, and the Mihui Cathedral is 855 feet to the Tiry top of the Statue of the Madon- na. The Washington Monument is now MO feet above the floor of the shaft. Whenoomptyed, as it will be by December, 1888, at the latest, it will be 556 feet high, or more than for- ty feet higher than the very tip of the slender pinnacles it Cologne. The c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 22 June 1883

•JT" One eopy 8 months...... oo! #how jast how far conanmatod act- —....76 ing could be made to relievo the ' trial ofi its farcical elements. The oa - -— - —•) iria a° **"*" lend seems to hare been known from TRAN8IINT BATES.*—One S^aad. *• ^ning.yet we have no doub , half per square for the first insertion; 76 that Ingersoll feels better, and also I that Dorsey and his co-conspirators feel better. , The verdict of a jury | selected nnder v the forms of law interposes to save tbem from the doom of the felon, bnt what says cents 6^ «qi re j incorruptible, and multitud- wBductions made on nous inquest of the people whose _ I findine "a<le QP out8ide $4 influ • ten cents per line each for I enco of the oo upset's fervid appeals *"r,lnn and suitor's gold. A verdict which .payable vj0jate# the moral sense of a whole people cannot restore .to these de- fendants the good name which their .1 crimes have forfeited. ja j "Not ail that heralds rake from coffied cJay, I Sot burping prose no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 29 June 1883

<ig",.V* MP* 'le.'.us C'i-OO pevAnniin L«t JuHtice b« doue tbougrh tJe Heavens Fall. ALBANY SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE MisgNulMtApply. y- I would begMfto have any and all persons desiring Pianos and Organ* to til! and rn mr analogues and prices, and give me their erders. I have tbc A CAMP'S PIANOS and ORGANS, of 8t. Louis BT SQUARE and PARLOR GRAND PIANOS, 6 00.'8 UPRIGHT PIANOS, of Hew York, known throughout thw country, u well u in Eu- bouses, manufacturing only a superior of New York; All the abo e oa baud the first of aext wee] PIANO. w *ro«ad>die<e* jfe' ' ' V. MOORE. V*-' a day; ration GENERAL INVITATION IS hod Speakers Be Present. riate C eremonies! To Eat For All. Arrangement*: J. N. d«, 8e P. Stinson, J. L. , Le H. Hill, S. F. Cook. am/ //are a Good There is goad reasons to believe that Conklingis willing to return to public life, but public life is satisfied that Mr. Cockling should remain in the seclusion that he has seen fit to seek. Let him remain ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 29 June 1883

SB tad bat * brief boar's upeU- bm a loll—* time to teli ttotskea needed rest, iwStmgto, nd added ze i * dniiee and desires of life, ^ r wbw ibste is short uroeae««rfstrife, atop their blooming, UrdaflHr reet bat time and wrong, "rz&'jfc. Bigsst&ss... - ™ etoaed, the day's turmoil l*bleating<MM a* laat. ■ e, iwstorstesir v*Us keep, ... K - — -lower iu daiueSM are ssiec-p. o" all the world* aiieaoe asost profeu&d Atoorba the aenae of movement and of sound, gweet -Wi, thou gentle handmaid of the fba front door's locked, and our latch key is —The ttrunuaer. A RUNAWAY BICYCLE. Oar mine, the Spoudulix, of Color- ado, was the highest on th« raage. It was 2,070 feet above Silver Brick sta- tion, and tine miles distaut from the village. From the works op to the minoa was a broad, hard, smooth road, qjmfl for carting ore uown from-the mines, and hauling supplies up. The .iverage grade, down the mountain was $IH) feet to the mile; in some places it was considerably steeper, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 29 June 1883

and 'no •Sow] beat ten to that to colone "Could run like a deer and kick like nMr-iogr W % "%i■ jj£* I v * "He oould." "Ami he was *11 alone in a ten-acre I, William gP ^ ■*He was." "And two of them mud swamp teeters got arter him one td run him down and killec devoured both ham* and sucked every drop of bjood in his body? William, apeak up F* : '■£&$ ' ' \ "Stranger, if they didn't, then I >pe to be chawed to rags!" said Wil- and he said it exactly like a man "ft have allowed there were jf he hadn't been earnestly the fact. He walked oat and a deep ailenoe fell uj , broken only after a long ^Ve^allhu'kffir suspected that them two 'akeeters had assistance from a hoss-fly, but I can't prove it. i I kinder think the hoaa-fly held him down till the mnrder was committed!" upon ne interval recruit,' tfratufteus Advertising. ; L* The amount of gratuitous advertising and puffing done by newspapers, ea pecially thoae known as country papers, is enormous. Every public enterprise, ever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 29 June 1883

A. negro 29, 188S. Richard In- . was twice fhot to evade a arrest- 26 inst, on ft with intent to with ft hoe snandle. Tba F®*1- watehed by the old sa] „ the Union." the in Ohio will be interest tor it It M mtl"" Bwahrm The other-da; on ♦he ftrm of Buck Watts, a guifTJ ordered convict to saddle ft horse, be did sp in good style and then mounting the horse he put him to bii bist speed ftnd escaped. It was a very clever trick. Walter Evans, the Kentucky Re- publican who• succeeded Green B. Bsumss commissioner of the inter- Lgntonne bureau, turns out to, bo t rsry bad egg, and is not calculator to reflect much credit upon the ad- ministratlon. - * .man Courier!' The commit- tee appointed for that purpose sent off for 800 pigeons for the shooting tournament on the Fourth, jho birdssent for are the wild pigeon which starts early and keeps going ratlltbey are hit 124: flonry Bnrke made a bond for $1,000 .yes- terday, and was released from jail at 6:35 o'clock in the afternoon, mid train fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 29 June 1883

y. Albaay. • FRIDAY -Fori For fl IHh come oat «nd vjrt*.H __D.reroole.eys he is hungry —Have your Job Priating don. - the iefuU returnedfrw^fwo tW**k f\\ '■ desks tome help tt the —Glenn [ ^B^ See^eUewhSI ■ - jtion for ineorpera- Jnly thl888v >ii (baking hands last Wednesday watches and fine Durg Store, _yw BMen Dower has got back, but we did not see y wife. How is that GeoM vr_ nrecvell has had an awning pat op ~~ U Qhxxxj on th* north |HmwM'K _I on the court house i■ pro- and Mees. Foley and Harris _wi'iee Ate*, working thU md^inS again. Heh>-y now, Jim **** gone out of town. wute Bolted KmommmMMI* at Conrad's. ~JTI i«i« fun of wool wagonB, this week hn'iWng to th? depot, for Shipment * —'Wearepteeeedtoleenithat Mrs Free- man is Improving. _Oor Editor went flsVnglaet Wednesday hot we hate to tall th# fiault —Mr Tbo' Lanier bought Mr Whey's property, La BenCs Addition. —Dr. Baird rides behind a muskeeter bar. And waM fo ee old Bob. Drags are constantly arriving at Bruckner's ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 29 June 1883

■■■■I mwt THE >KWt IS BRIEF. American dally newspaper is to be ed iu tWto by L. B. Chamberlain, 'ately private secretary to James Gordon-Ben. of Solieman Daoud, for t, to Alexandria, took place in that e ef the great squaw. SnU«- sSSS^^wyji " itho condemned man murmured that ■flSppil ArabiFasha. —Timothy Kelly, who vu convicted ona hifd trial <&rf pertieipetion in the Phoenix, p rk inurdera, wm eteonted in Dublin jaU on Iff^^retMTBurke. Kelly's dofeuse was ^ySn^^toand guilty ho solemn - Crime* udCriviaaU. -A aiokening tragedy to reported from Vincennes, Ind. CUartes Pollock, a wealthy a,rii&&£sr&. r-fi asajs'^mwtasa condition he committed the awful nervous condition crime. ' 7V''',V,,, -The mob whioh lynched the Barber ban- dit* at Waterly, Iowa, wan, considering the SmS&tnSTNot .AMw at.d, and the crow torn used to force the bars and bolts were unaccompanied by profanity, ilie leaders were men whose relatives had been killed by the outlaws, and their determ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 29 June 1883

I« iK K H.iwyt • her oon he vw go1 He said he in each ten-aore in"-«n 4rild, require no the money I noiiot* by "Potter, <rf r. uw gone out y Mexico to exam* region for St. JJoTdn min- of iron OW uear and a party of and is stocked —Cftgo), and -aix car-loads of to be used iron. The there is more ■SSBa propose to mj&e ■iron per day y are going to iron is not stated, as Irom I should say that one ^plv the adjacent them ninety - Unit use. What looks Mid theae* een. There bolts or bar party from me that the Fpttt $28,000 in Mexioan iron mountain stock at 25 oents on the dollar, full paid, and pro- pounded a down questions as to wheth- er I thought the investment was a good I said: "Enalose $UZ> and I will Drew, the of^hia of^the Soul the novelist, . A woo-rareo anarchist, in a leetore In New York the other night,said it wm ^7 ^4 by to sweep the idlers ^hets off the lace of the earth of a subtle poiaen placed in which no werkingman ever tawn had translator of L, and Hindoostani;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 29 June 1883

i—0«tS dollar f ud i tlM *«Mt fawrtsou; 75 _ tpwfii n. One aqwaie: Tr* <ieet ad tmiior less than tributes OBJTU "ssasptt, sr« 7pey ble quaraoly Is Stolijff*? •" - - - A ad I, aaid t third, stood in the fore-front at Gettysburg, when the shriek of the rebel yell mingled ^trangly with the deadly shell at it ploughed the patriot# ranks. 1, too, fought, bled aud died for my coun- try. And I, gentlemen, said a lank, seedj, solemn mat with a faded umbrella under his arm, I was at Jonesboro vben shot and shell sped swiftly by—in the wagon train- id all seemed lost: But, I, too, ft* * patriot, I bled for my country —bled the army mules! Gentle- men, I am a horse doctor—are there any sick jackasses in this crov. d 1 —Atlanta Journalm TEEMS OF 0DUBT. DmaiOf CeW* .—Third Monday in February aodSeptewher. CwintT Ceesr, Criminal Terms Third Monday i e«*irooath. Civil Terms >--Third Monday in January, March, May, July, September ai.d Novtmbw. V, Commissioners Court: Second Mod d« y is FebrwM...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 29 June 1883

5,rentS. advance. BATESj-O m dollar rud a tk# iot insertion; It —jwnuent insertion. One 1 s Trauvieot ed- t «90m * *«* ted for lew then OTITlTAJUJHI^-0'iftu5M7 «*Hiee , tribute «f respect, resolutions of cMMMiK*, ted •A shsSWert^e*, Aftj cS U per aqi-are, in rffUKil, * ' 'v I yearly advmmtjbkhkm^-om, ttisLissttasicaftf alledve l**ii e«ti «f two Mjmrea «r mo A. LOCAL NO ( ,CJ£8 .-Fifteen cents per line flat IwertlM; tee cents jw line each for ^payable BUECTOBT. teems opooubt. Drmiot CouaT:—Third Monday in February and September. Com ntT Couar, Criminal Terms:— Third JConday fa eseh month. Cifil Terra*:—Third Mondsy in Jirmary, March, May, July, September ud November. •. Commissioners Court: Second Mon- ,hy in February, May, August and November. > jrancr's coram Precinct No. 1.—Last Monday in each «ai4 at Court House. Precinct No. 2.—First Monday in ea^b mootb at Ft. Oriffln. Preeinet No. 8-—Sceond Saturday h eacb meeth at rpidefr-e. I'reauet No. 4.—Scoond Monday in each month at A...

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