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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 6 July 1883

I jhSk* yift. ummmsmvmr^ *—>-■ ■■ ■ ■ -t-fi/uria. .,,.• ■ ■ ■ i ■■■>■! ■ Kditor and #ropri«tttr,:. • "Let JubUoc^ <U«S«lioaKh th« Heavens Fall." Terms U.OO per. ■ ' ,' .. ■ . ' . ^ / .. ; . .■ ■ v : - - ALBANY SHACKELFORD C0UNTY.TEXA8, KWDAY, JUtT 6,. 188S. MO. ^Ml ^ iT-> ' t : :,. , r, ■„.. ■ - .kii : it*im«f& I ' ~ 3 ' • 3*A'U m? 03%.'*r r; «i • va¥««%' •1. 0 u, i'tl... .—~ sr* " '' . . MHpWFT P1 ■ f7/ " life-' I. ^^1 W^m ' r ., Si / • i v ■mmm. _ X ;-'• -p. ■Wtt .V w~ t? T 5==^ Terms IU.OO perAnnuirt ... 5 ccntss/ ;J •*• j K ' AlRiSY. ^Traveling cC Fort Worth / ceaU ner Square, in r ■ - ^ y |f7*r." -™ ,™ j :—One >om r or more.. /A# «. ' : SW5 The county twit of Shackelford county, appeim from the ears to be entirely Uoeettled. Here and there a stray cow ot ® bunch sheep relieves the monotony of rolling ao egrass and mesqaite, &*. quite and grass. A£out midway between Ci*co and Albany, the traiu stops I* tbe doleful yeHtog of Um brakeman, as he caRs out I ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 6 July 1883

JJEW8 IN BRIEF. „Mr. Parasll will vMi the United Btetee . . .. . .. i i sailed from Marseilles teems the Mediterranean in a balloon. Thejr wen picked irilw. I dispatch from Sunderland, England, mm The uamber of letflo froto the catas- trophe at Victoria Hall, hae now reached 302. Astsaotsl eerenwoiee of tho victims were Wf impressive. The streets were crowded with«7BipaUietu people, most of is I of the houses were in which the funeral ■a black flag at half-l Dm graves were pre- in one cemetery for the reception of ism, exclusive ef these for which the of children who lost their lives will ™R.-' —In Victoria Hall, Sunderland, England, in which a msgifltsn had been giving perform- ances, 185 children were killed by a crush and When the entertainment was finished, etween the ages of 4 and 14), . occupied the gallery, dee- nded the stairs hurriedly, and, encounter- ■_j a door which opened but twenty inches, a jam resulted. Here some we* lifted front WS^SrBSR^ft panic, resulting in scene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 6 July 1883

Pout-Dispatch of the amount of the to do bo Although I do not ee a pin about give a, ant need notread It to do eo. I am *7 • much eo ae far at practice I was born in Baltimore, i that la tone my hone else, although I have • way from Denver to I have ahraya bean an that J have arrived at tEe eon- ,'Wpever, that there is not any than what I have gone I'll flhanoe the future [not preach. Two yean ;lady. It don't mat- jmtt what her nave w*s. She waa preiij. I **, m usual, a fool, 1 had the education of a gentle- | "'- ana to live up to run through eon- money, hat had not the in- dustry to make a livelihood at my call- ing. Well, of oourse, I fall over head IS ears in love with this girl. She liked ma, I think, but she hsd sense, sndahe never let her sentiment run away with her prospects. I drank "> gambled some, and was as a young fellow usually generally wore Mod clot usually very flat Me—rly efforts wore unsuccessful, but his ability and the value of his work public confidence, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 6 July 1883

r* JULY assa 5F™l88S. teietatSM ad Baite- "tbo Koarnl ofboOin- lehouU , > d The long looked for address of tbo committee jo behalf of of the pro* herald- fxwed amendments has appeared. It present* a new argument In favor as the of them, aud answers -to allow ■ Hfr^fB^orD to * reeervatiou after a «jotcre on the war path is the kind of a new Indian policy the will approve of. iVkriT I-' none of the objections that bare been urged manner of Investing the school mon- ey, which seems to be the only one that is meeting with opposition— GnarcCle Herald. — >«■ « .1 Mexican officials,' m speaking of 'Ho mid into their conn try by (yen. Crook, say that if the Indians escape from ibo reservations again and commit depredations in tfexieo, ihet the United states will bo re- spon IUo for their sot*. If the Mex- icans ouforee this opinion it would bo a choap and effectual way of dis- posing of the question for Uncle Sam to get up a grand shooting match and put the red devils tip for MackmU G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 6 July 1883

p at tb P rt Office at .. , , at Cfarad'ft* fine rain fell last Monday graft ■ ' r-. —UftflUe Jo* MatbowB paid us & friendly call yestorday. | —Hare yonr prescriptions filled at Bfoekasl'a Pharmacy. —Mr. Cullum returned Tuesday from a trip ap the trail. 1 —Mr. T, V. Bakers our focd store toga* received a ear load of bay this week. —Peg ooo for the enterpriaing i of Albany. Tbcy aro going to a good school. —Lowe '♦Jack Rabbit" Sheep Dip at Bruckner's Drtig Store. —Mr. A. P. Corbin was awnrded the contract of hauling the rock lor i eouit house, on the 2nd in&t. «-Don't forget to roto next fllon- day. <—Woaro ph'aned to learn that Mm. McAmiu has recovered. " — W« learn that the Springer boyfl bavo baulod away from the Livery Btablo. ■ m -Work on the court houao i* pro- gresxing finely. Tho foundation ifi now being put down. 10.000 poaudn Sew Oralmtn at Conrjid'H. —8nlphurby the barrel, or in email lota at Bruckner's Dru^ Bioic. $200 worth of excitement won cn \ joyod last We...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 6 July 1883

• Km Iut4e wtft woo vaH tjjKjw low<ltowUi *,'i - ™ matronly child; trath nut tall, ~ yined because Jehaweepoor, ^**bwsbeialke3n>'f change, to the good old way." were growing rioh, boueas grand; In poverty, as every hand ; __ -;- bar kwwnd to speculate, a at play; y dearest wife, ^ to toe goed old way.' tbe money thsfd quickly that'* qnieldy lout; that stays la the money endeavor'* coet; , " along to faia honeat style, wed himself each day; Od to hia fretful wife. to the goad old way.*' there oome a terrible crash, vast and ahaaie the namea of their wealthy _ ('a remained the aame; bo debt* and gave no trust, ia thia," he'd aay- againat panic* of arerr kind— tothe good old way V hia wife looked 'round on tho Uttle houae And his wi Hit ww every nail their own, And aba aaked forgiveness of honeat John Per the peevish miatrait aba had abown; ber tearful face Upon hla shoulder lay, "The mod old way ia tne beat way wife— IVe'U stick to the good old way/' BLAi'KSTONE KENT DAVIS. >...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 6 July 1883

tod by the of half with redoubts from (he Haines' W^Wiip ooaiple of Jane. This en or- of dream vallation, which [ual to that df the #• enabled Sher- the force that wtt- b««g against him; by him to concentrate the troops Jsing an attack, whatever mi«ht be the point mnnaoed. This epoch, from the 22d to the 25th of June, made the termination of the &itp«rifl4: Of «he siege. The situa- turn of the two adversaries may be •toMdtm fr few words—Grant's anwr,which,on May 22 only numbered oombatanto, has now reached 75.000. It haa erected around Vicks- burg from twelve to thirteen miles of fortifications and constructed eighty- nine batteries,in which, a few days latter 220 pieces of artillery were placed in position. Sight approaches have been directed against the place bv Woeds, Tattle, Blsir, Logan, A. S. Smith, Carr, Lanman and Herron. At some points the foremost lays within ton or fifteen yards of the enemy's works. Finally, a corps of observation is located between the Yazoo and the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 6 July 1883

i i«ft;r|c0 ,mare in London "Mrs Langtry'\ftnd we see'she reported as winning a me* by a h, wonder bow much Freddio .poTap on his KO'"}'- '•<-*'" ' . In Obio tbero will be fonr politi- 1, oil tickets in the field— republicans, orrn< nhai kers, prohibitionintH, And i>f It is quite evident that the i have the best of it. Tbe ooui try newspaper is worth more to its country sifbscribors to one month than the price in a year, jnd jt;' does more in its country for nothipg tLan any high official docs for his munificent aalary.—Bosooe Conkling. The star rdute farce is at an end | end the Verdict is just what every- 1 body supposed it would bo from the first—not guilty. And thus are turn- ed,loose upon the country, unpuntsh ed, some of the most consumated scoundrels that ever disgraced hu- President Arthur has confirmed Wasson's sentenco, and he is.to oc- enpyjthe Lansing, Michigan, peni- | tentiary forroighteon months, and there he subject to hard labor. His case takes effect next ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 13 July 1883

Sill £ ■ / Vs 1 = =3= Proprietor, = "Lrfit Justice be done thoufb tbe Heavcna F Ll." Terata $2.bO per Anatttf £• Is ALBANY SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUL* 13, 1883. NO. 2^. (# 1 M • ••• >•• •• 1 00. .76 . JB; cents. untew? paid for in advance. wvim MI first intertioat It 8ubtt3<|iie!it * I * square __ 1 fur Icsa than .notices, tributes klutiuim of condolence, and , Accents per square, in BEMisr __ cento per squnrt '-Suctions made on quaros or more. ■Vin put lino each for its payable DIBECTOrtY. !0* OOtJRT. 'M ^Third Monday in Court, Criminal Terms wWwm MHpS h, Stay, July, September iCourt: Second Moo f, May. August and fUStlCl** Cot)RT6. | . 1 .-—Last Monday in each 2.—First Monday iu tff. Griftiu Krtnet No. 8.—Second Saturday h at residence. 0.4.—-Second Monday in Ot Albany. OF PYTHiAs. . ,.8fl. nieCt tat $ieit" OCtUe WatU, 0^C?^A. MtAiriie, t. « t • )N OF HO# OR., b. .• , meet in K. of P. Ball KlaV* in the month Cdnlirt&udor.;W. W. MasonIo. Alban ,f. A A. M„ No. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 13 July 1883

Casaty. FBJOAY, JULY IS, 1883. — mm «JP?> '• ■' ■h , - Schools. i rcbulled last Monday i vote for corporation r school purposes. This is a pea; : iu tbo right place, and Albany i now destined to bare good schools. We should be careful to select wen rostoes who are sailed for the "*-*-ee, both cnergelic and enterpns- , sad who know nothing in their fc-Over transactions but the interest of Albany, and while it may be & Jittla premature, jet by permission f tbe voters of our city, we, will i la nomination tor tho position 1" trustees, F. B. Conrad, E. R Mod h Dr. Baird, W. W. Salomons IT, It Richardson, us suitable [persons for said, position. These are wholly identified i tbo town and aro interested $ in its progress, and just Such rip wo need. We rnako these as upon our own ipotion ; tho voters what they lliiuk *« our judgement tbey I fill tho bill in every particular fhat do you say, Capt? Can you i haads with us in the nomma- if We dusiroto rnako it mutual I sound, as the ob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 13 July 1883

lfi, 1883. Cisco lii tiia fwfflicj sor looks i #ifie Wit i did nol stem ptc-nie. i early this mofn- iota of trttf pat came to Us house. Wbenjbat Boy pulled the It ' .*&•;/• >e wa ®ai t lottdlV bawling •W" V w O this morning, d in BsrM s Addition, adsey retoraed this week ih family si Weatbdr- i«t|MltogOtttW.B Wigfey'a « store and' see those Patent . —Mr, M. M. Oo<q>er will in a days for Salem, California. Mr. mads ub s good citiswD fcffet to lose hits. sale. *** f® M rf! —Mr. j. II. Biggs ia off to Cisco on business* We learn he is to open op a saloon in Stinaoa's -Liberal offers to the first so tilers Bice Springs, Haskell oonntji if W h. W; CAMPBELL. —Pog two fef Albany. She Voted loorpofstion tot schools tinani- • moueiy* ' _ \ —■The Ratod members are request ■ to be St the bend room to-night St 8 p. m. abarp. Tam oat boys. m s st thel bss 800 lots. D> aale. Apply at once and choice lots. N. fjomondfl roturned ay evening from Kansas, had been with a herd of a mlst...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 13 July 1883

Ml op by say ing:"Gcntlc- my Hfilimunts, and let > jT u they are the aeoti- i of an hoacat man, But, gon- i if they dont suit, you Uiey ■ W.. I 'Pji.'W > '. M".'- I board «f education has reports r of the normal schools, so 41c 1 eoeouragiug and others the Favorable reports come from , Waoo, Oalteatonand Whites Seventy countiee bare not yet 1 their scholastic return*, nod it o days beyond the time I by law for the reception of said > found dead in Upper ; Valley in Yonag county, Mon- r evening of laet week. Sheriff r and Diatrict Attorney Brim I to tboacone at once, and 1 investigation failed to discover rkfl of violence upon the ,nor any papors by which bis Boation could be aaoortninod, I aapposod thut ho died from a I he bad been aeon in the neigh- 1 aeveral days before death, was subject to fits. Tbo waa dressed ordinal ily; f an a striped cotton shirt well n; docking overalls and an old I but "Yon are right, bees, Data jeavha de iuaa waa about. De reason we needs anarch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 20 July 1883

■ ws Proprietor, -STAR. "/./•./' ./1 SIh h m: IH'Xi: TIJi'l i.ll Till• /// .II/ \s I Al l.. ALBANY, SHACKEFOKI) COl'NTY. TKXAS. FRIDAY ,11 LY L'o. is,s;{. Terms xy.iA! fi?i Anntiam \o. :uil prsvieosly <xiatiuue<l at ef prepareliou for uaval fur the pant tw<f years, and particularly of the former. It is estimated that during the past winter there l av« boon 1,000 hunters Pacific, bctwoeu Mandun and Livings- ton. An oaglo-oyod hunter got aboard of the train at Olew live, aad he gave me the following interesting dotaik) as to the moduK operandi in slaughtering herds of buffalo: In tho first place tho experienced hunter um the Sliarpc rifle, 40-90 calibre. With this he kill at 1,000 yards. When he sees a herd of buffalo he usually slips up to within convenient range,"from 300 to declared in pariuuieut that I 000yards, and always selects a cow for Af-|hs Irish land act required | his first victim. He docs this for t lie 1 Iht'imnibMit would ton i reason that the cow is followed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 20 July 1883

JULY 20, The £a«t Texas Baptist convention •net ta Longfiew last Friday. The exports of Texas according the estimate# for last year, will telegraph reports disaeteroos New York, aad| |Va.| Pott, Dallas Harold, ... . ef she In tlw state eoaies to or ■ The unqitd 18.—Ther^ cholera at •he asked timidly, tberelee to spit on fl ys sinee if interest that know it tak# *1®,050,0#> each year *o shoe Lncle fam'h family, which is said te require B0,5 O,()O(> pairs of boots and 84,888,000"pairs of shoos, 111,152 j)cople are kept busy sup plying this need. The Galveston -Atitt ig a^aiu agi- tating the subject of a new bridge across the bay. The present rail road bridges are maintained at cost ol §20,000 a yeai to two rail- way companies using them, and in addition have to be renewod every nine years. The News euggest* that a permanent railroad and wag on bridge ia what should be built and it thinks the railroad companies would be more than willing to help build such a structure. circular l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 20 July 1883

tn Office at 1888. E&V iims p*r] I s\ SS FW«7 '« all- ■ VaaU pM'i. I :o have a hank •teck, at family am Tod in our city W edues- day. • —Go to the Picture GaHtry and hare you. families' pictures taken. Delays are dangerous, —Mr. J. H. Biggs will put <ui ad dition ot 40 feet to the end of the old Cattle Exchange and open up a aaloon right shortly. —Oar iarii hat taken op kis lodg inge at tU^otogtaph Gallery, but IWdMkM.Wl.BOt stuck oo those oofflug Charlia has there. —W« will «B be ready for anoth * oio-nlc and fish-fry as soon as the . "##•• 4ow a© we can seine it. Oar editor cao ea'. e-a-t fish, h 1 my! —i-Ab election has been ordered for the eieetioo offire school trustees, oo the 31st inst. We hope that all will take aa aotirt intent in this matter ftowsTltdphar, Faiverised Brlaytoiie, Mautltewa Extract of Tsbacw. nt Umifi, —Mr, W.E. Gregg loft on yester day morning's train for Cisoo, to meet his wile, who has been visiting ralaUraa and firieada in Eastern Toxaa. 7 —The ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 20 July 1883

WAITING rm THF GRIST "ft W strange," xaiti a gentleman who Ml next to me in tk car, aud with whom I had struck up an acquaint ■Kse,"what effect a word,a look.or little •at of a perfect stranger will have up- on a person." "Yea," jutl ' wore than anv of U MB raalili " It Wa« the simple act of a lruu- (Mr that changed the whole course of my life." ' "Indeed! how so?' "'When I wm • l>oy,my father moved to A* far Weat—Ohio. • It wai before tile day a <d steam, and no great mills thunder ad oo the river banks, but ooca- alnaally there was a little grist-mill by the aide of some small stream, and hithecwhwrorer the water -wm up, the who* neigborliood came with their "Ti t oOiue ftrst served.' I was ; the one wot irom our house, 11 waa too email to ba of mu<4> — mi * fana.1 was as good as a man to carry the griat to mill. Bo I wm not l*«H«uvrieedoM morning when my „ __ you can get up anil go to uuil to-day." inndar*' mill wm ten miles away; b*l I bed made the trip so often that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 27 July 1883

!$>*£* %. 9 -Editor and Proprietor ALBANY •I.I.I' .11 S'lli i: /;/•; /'i'A/; n/iii ,,// //// /// STAR i a i BBS ;W8 IN BRIEF. f ■ - feMP ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COI N TV, TEXAS. EKID.W ,11 I A •/ ISS.'i. h'run .S'1/,00 f>e/ Annum. NO. 31. Railway projeoth «l*eaily for aneottled Motions of tuo . - e*eto be orgumcn borrow. <ig ASrire^ed the declaration met the „ of the House, although extraordinary disorder was the Bonapartist*. Paul r ipon calling Ferry "tho worst of cowards and. a liar," was sus- pended for a fortnight... M. De Lcs- and the Government of Great 1 u. * . *•*• *l*^e an agreement for ay-1 tne.enwfcruction of a mw Suez canal " to the present one. Chins m h \Uliilf I'uiver. While all Iudia is iu a ferment, and a great national uprising is possible, there is also a determination on the influence which tends to pre veut fever -; of u malarious sort. An attempt 1 i:th been made to naturalize the eucalyptus in different regions of America, with SO W I ACTS A HOI T l.KMON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 27 July 1883

THE STAR. Orgac of ui oaiy Deaecrauc Papertn Ihaekelford Coast;. |r vi. ■ 4 . ,<-■' t, ■ '-h': t . •til R" FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1883. Communities desiring to avail theiu- seves of this public school jluud should urgaaiie at once. A shooting affray occurred at Baird on the 21st at 6:30 p. m. be- tween Harry Merchant and Charles Hynaou, in which Merchant was killed and Hynson wounded. Great exoitement and hostile feeling on both sidos prevail. Hynson for safety was sent on a chartered traiu to Fort Worth. true, it indicate** a disregard for law |oulbroak and individual right* (earful to contemplate. Whero will it end' The Supreme Court holds that in the absence of the oounty judge, the presence of any four members oi the commissioners court is required to constitute a quorum for the trans action of any kind of business. Both the present attorned general and his predecessor advise that three would make a quorum. Tbe Chicago Press: "Four clerks in the pension bureau have been ar- rested ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 27 July 1883

FRIDAY BY and Proprietor Offie, I 1 _ mm. . £. CON,RAJ), T, M. BICHAfeDSON. Dft. W. T. BA1BD. W W 8AMMONB. B. MARKING. is sober. whore Ef. Elliott's Meal. huh Charlie line st •lipped one to Kansas City forget to vote at the > next Tuesday. ' light tin nd around Y«J- 9 is becomicg pret- •tocfc 'three. HPS K%|3 election m H^Bsos, days ia Mr city On* boujjht six lots Is Bio# st oontiDi. —Don't forget to call on Charlie when you desire to satisfy the inuor man. —The place to l>uy your Groceries if at Elliott's & \Voo<l '. —Mess. Cravens & Hon,or Bold tbie weok, to Mr. J. M. Gorl!', shcritV of Throckmorton county l,(iuOhead of fine graded slice}), He aUo sold llev Mi /Kro\vn .r)(Ki Lead. —Go to Charlie ilarlfieid's Kes taurant and get a square moa!. He always has good grub. —Have your prescriptions tilled at Bruckner's Drug Btore. —I have my pasture ready for the reoption of stock again. Call and trv the grass. J. I. 8PENCE. Dr. R.S. Allcurn surgeon dentist, ie iu town a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 27 July 1883

'M v Ttri! BOYS eOJtTLATKT M mil tt mturu M r ueatioue is plijaioa *ud gt&uiumi That would pu/.zk- you aoiuewh&t I know Cm you loB what ' uvul by inertia ? Can jam ukuu-ly doftut r ui and auow Do yon lux w tW-re'a a valve iu llii Wilowa Cm yoa tall why your dock ut too alo* v Why tka papdalma need* looking after* Parkapa it ia awwgiur too la* They «aa (ouig up town m the evening,r Do M* call that bad grammar I aayv l a aura Mary Juuaa and bor mother But I a'poaa *vaa" ahoold be in the plural, Tpajree with itaold aabjeot -they,' Anmnaiigtorate—my! I've luat it, ft two per oont gone right awaj. S, only look at Uie pwaiug, It Wfll aoraly lake ia every rule; AaA, ten at the end, mora (ate ayutax. t full." Ml flfiitv [t'i , 3. r!how I bate it, i the claw; r fa the name ef creation, Can 1 be expected to paaa? Hare a ten-acre lot to be lonced in, Here ia duly to find on mm tea; Ham'a a ni nMam in aid iala ■nnataaaa aquare-root one I aae. Cm yon Ml who defeated the Indian*? !&%....

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