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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 7 February 1885

' & - vmy'sj!$tm& t5,-(r.',- fHik---' .V' s'i.-i.fV -.' . v : L-t 'i-u4huaimmnifi . VM:i4MWs , " ' .1 .Jf - 1- i , ' - - --- -- -,.. . -.. ti i , i "' a . j i r-j-fAm.MT6 ;so?a& entered attt poto tt' TPuJp Tliito HMseeohdclaWmatter. c iSATpRDiT.BB, 'tIUM? ' ii. loccf, MafWk. , Wo.'nro not responaflsW for the opinion of '.nV corrojpoud&nta, ij--Mr. Iieo Gregg Mturued from Aua.- jwouaay. " " - -'I'ow'liHi beenqulto, iely tuie nkt ' Henry Blue' liralil.''!n tto ring ith his faat'loamiL ''- Oar meal, 'shop -Uaa suspended ,'opcration-until Iho.firfl.t. of March. Jr. M. Hafort' of the ".coal mines piild tbo Stab a plcasnnt call Wednesday Mr. Geo.iaiiigoV of. Young Oof.,' t?aa tn town this.wcek. Goods of all kinds cheaper than .ver for cast at, Mt, 0. Lynn'a t Kor.'G. Vi, langlitcr proaobes to- morrow tit tho Ofirfottah'clnirch.1- CommiBsionor's-court convencsjn TOgular .session ,Mohday. Mr. M.. 0. Lynn Vreturoo'd Wed., .iicaday from Fort. forto'. -. , Capt. Knight mndo'UH ...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 7 February 1885

"V o SALT. Jts Value ns Fcrtlllier In as Great m Its - Value ns rood for Slock. If it is to bo boliovcd that plants re- quire in tho soil a supply of oycry ele- ment they contain, then salt must bo considered as a plant food nnd as a fer- tilizer. Salt is cortaiuly contained in all plants, nnd is also a component part of the blood nnd of tho ilesh and fluids of tho nnfmnl system. It is nlso con- itaiDcd in almost nil soils, but it is so ex- ceedingly soluble that it cannot help but bo carried off by tho drnlnngo "Voter to a vory largo extent. Conse- quently it is ciccedlngly probablo that, in inland districts at least, tho soil will in many cases bo. deficient in this sub- Btanco and should bo supplied with it. In practice it has boon found very uso- fful Jo many crops, especially grass, at, wheat, cabbages, turnips nnd mangels. It consists of chlornto and sodium, tho latter being tho basis of tho common soda. It has boon iisod with Rood offect upon tho light soil of Now Jersey quit...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 14 February 1885

,wm r t ii si s & h flC . v. Wi v" VrV 11 ! A' . 'l k JL JtlXV. UTFT; u r J lEstabltahod .Tuno, lO. 1 ' - i VOL. 71. - PALOPINTO, PALO "PINTO CO., TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY TWO LOVERS. a"?."?." mala two lorors' hearts hnil stolo, A lipt unconuoq caso,' oS? 0rh0r,vbo I,uro h)nrt ani Ono for her hnndsoino face. " Mndamuijina tho ChIM: rniyn.nfi.wJi.n,),b(lr ".l,"r frowns bo'boro, tontpntif stio but suUteiU ' BhA i!0X?a ttl0 foeoml iuJ n man nbovo 1 ti?.ny loywl ,,w n o 'nan may lovo Ills doorjioutia orbis liorso. 5fwS.lSSSc0!S8(?Mw hor soul nww Clarence J. Dactt, n Current. GOVERNMENT PRINTING. Tho Largest Printing Establish- ment' In tho World.' Tlio llntuM Kmploycd, tho Work Done, nud tbo lliticimo of Ilunnlns It How tho rroceoUIiiBS nro Prepared, Trlutcd nnd Distributed. Tho lato discussion in tho Senato as to" tho publication of its debates led mo Into tlio Government Printing-office, whoro tho Congressional Jlecord Is printed. It is nn immenso, prison- llko building, covering...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 14 February 1885

-fH, a ' . PALO.'PINTO STAR: PUDMSUED ..BVEIir SATDltDAY T. O.SON.H!iUtmnflPro)rr. SATUMUY. PEB.ll, 1885. Tyler ia to liavo n U. S. public Imilding. Two wcoks nnd Tour dnys Trom to- day Clovolnnd will occupy tboWhito tlouso. A'sarios railrond accldont hnp- poilBnSitr Drcston, lowo, Inst Sunday, killing flvo or six, nnd wounding tonjor fiftoon others. Tho longest snow ftortn of the season prevailed in tho Dorth during Ibo past wcolr, blockading tho tianis on all of tho northern roads. Prohibition is attracting somo at- tention, and will probably becomoan 183UO. ' In somo quarters wo notico a disposition to treat tho maltor in Us effect on tho rovenuo. This is wrong. "Wo had better pull tho ad- ditional tax out of our pockets, Tho question that ought to bo considered in, will prohibition prohibit. Gates- villo Sun, Th'e lluton(N. JI.) Imlopondcnt is authority for tho Btatonont that cat- tle in tho vieinuy of DodgoCity, Ks., nro said to bo suffering loriibly Horn tho effect of tho jeco...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 14 February 1885

4? v u i H V 1 u v , yet- , t ($ S5 K l f PALO JPINTO STAR, ,lfyUrcd at llio postpfflco' In Palo 1'lnlo .Texas, M second clan matter. 8AT0KDAY, FEB, li, 1885. Local Matters. We aro not responsible" for the opinions of our correspondents, To-day is St. Valentino's day. floods of 'all kinds cheaper than cr for castrat M. 0. Lynn's -To-tnimow is tho Roy. W. E. NewbroujJIi'B dny to prcaah at the christian church. Plcasodo notdolny to call and sot- lie ycur last years account with M. O. Lynn. Mr. G. W. Dnlton is having a neat ft'bcn constructed around hia com modi- o'us tesideneo. Mr 0. Mi Click ourcDlcent assist- ant post maptcr is off on a visit to Pari?, Texan, this week, Mr.'.CLE. Bradford of Creaco in- form us by mail that be wants tbo 8taii. A pldasant mile raeotinfttook plnco at Mr. J. 0. McQucrry' Wednesday night. -rOoramiFfiiQners Hihtowcr and Hudginx paid tho Stau ofllco a pleasant uall tins wcok. Is It bocauao you arc bashful that ynu do not call to tiottlo your account ml 1. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 14 February 1885

o , ; CHOLERA. The Mnrrfi of tho Kpliloinlq Troin Indlo Westward. Tho dlsoaso Is best known In Europi under tho names of cholera, cholora motbus, Aslatia cholera, slnco tho Opi- itcmio of 1817 to 1819, in which tho En. gllsh nrmy, untlcr the command of tho Marquis of Hastings during a war against tho natives,. was rendered unlit for lighting and -almost annihilated.' But cholera hail hqj or visiled Eurofio, till the ijrraenlBontury. 'hon in 183()y1' uppuuxuu iu xiuasm miu njiiuuu wxir laud, wiiero war was prevailing, , Since that time, sometimes at longer and somctnhes at shorter Intervals, cholera has appeared in luiropo. alio question why cholora remained a thousand years in lnUla before it first Ticgan to migrate is ono of great intoresl, but ono which can not' bo satisfactorily answered. Tho principal consideration appears to mo to bo that tho event happened nt tho timo when intercommunication, in all directions, both by water (Midland, hitd become' mora rapid. Tho first steam- ...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 21 February 1885

11 X o l X 0 n n - K ' X Vt 1 " 'i.SBrt's wt -w. i " -V rU j V 4 SW ' 1 PINTO 8TAK .v '" - V ' . aCstebllsKea Jtino, X870. "Xibt Justice 33o 3Do4 CCJiougU tho IIouvouB 3Tolt.M '.TonriH, &1.GO par .Ajinum. i THE; PALO 1 VOL. -71. PALO THE, ONLY THINQj Whttt would I do for you, swoot ono, ;To provo thntl lovo you nlono, T. You MM , , Iiorolo imgcs show no flood whoso menauro I Would not oxcood- NoiuBk That love's oxnotlnff rolffii hath sot Could mjr fond passion o'oroffsotl Myloro, If thou wort IForo, T would bo Ioatidnrj und Iho wlldoijt boo, ,. To prove My nrdor I would irladly bravo, Enough knowing It would prooray&tvo. Tliy emtio - To win, I'd do and daro and dlo. what could jfllnhoarlon mo could I Fomowhllo Bliaro thy companlonslilpr For thoo . Jfroin nil olso happy I would lleo , , With joy; ' And vainly lnlKlitmlnfortuno fall. And hato and Xato and 111 tholr all Employ I All thin! liutonol'd dan) to show toym AndthaU "1 could not grow ,fhochcok Tohlspor to thy woildly s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 21 February 1885

ywsf w r-rr y M 1 & -J" 'L- K ) t '39Pwlnfv vgs? - . i i, PALO PINTO STAR. rcnusiiEu EVKitr batuhtuy jr. O. SON.KclIUw nndFropt'r, SATURDAY. FEB. 21. 1R85. 'ScbWb, tho Now Y()ilt Commun- ist, is under bonds of $2,000 for assault and inciting n riot. K t .i Tho Portland Augus says Hint nf- torUhirty 'years of tho prohibition law dinMnino, it docs not appear that tho number Of saloons liavo been matori- Blly diminished. Will prohibition prohibit 7 Dallas Herald. ' . m ii Tho oitizons of Jaoksboro held a "meeting last week, says tho Dallas Herald, and a motion to build a $50,- 000 court houso was unanimously adoptod. ' Thoy took action on tho question of county bridges and evinc- ed tho tamo wido-awako spirit. i m Tho Sunsot passongor traih was Jbonr'dod at Luling Sunday night by nliroo unmasked men, and boforo reaching tho next station cast, went through it, robbing tho pabsengors (ind jumped from tho train before reaching Harwood, tho next stopping place. Tho robbers obtained thr...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 21 February 1885

(' m?my r. "v & i ' trf "J B " 1 f. , ( Hjw i 'm teteiaaefit iw pwupp yaacQ PINTO STAR, Entered at tlo posiofllce In Palo Pinto Texas, as second class falter. SATURDAY, FEB. 21( 1885. Loca Matters. Wo are not responsible for ibe opinions Cf cur correspondents, "ywB vtJ$f" - "CWK' 'Win l i.umMiniiii l)lsngft. 4Aj( 4 ,, JyWv,Mjt. , j(K 7i; Big'Bill is in Yfoatherford laying in a supply of matieriol, Nobody scorns to bo doing muob tjreept tho blaokslt'is. S1Y. B, Q. Baker and hlscmolher visited Woatbcrford this wcok. ITaq. Maddoxand J)r. Houx ot Gordon was In town Tuesday, Jim EyanaiiTho has boon nick fpr Homo timu ia now slowly recovering. Mr. J. M. Conatscr ia off to "Wcatborlqrd this woek, A eaddlo and harnens abop would fca a paying investment in our town. Mr. M. 6. Lynn and family leaves for the Now Orleans exposition to-day. (J. Wi Dalton and wifo left on Wcdnoiday, for tho New Otloan Es- position. That new house of Baker ntnrps nil tho sunshine from us in Iho early morning. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 21 February 1885

r u -.! S f ft" "T"cry"ifr" & 4 I 7 r Jk LIVE STOCK. The Changtnc Conditions of Stock-Ralslng. To tlio reflecting man who, loaying I1I3 homo in Now England, or Bomo of tho Atlantic States, a scoro or inoro of years ago, settled in tho broad prairies of the extrcmo Western, now almost tho Central States of tho Union, thoro is no need to point out tho radical changes that havo taken placo in tho attendant circumstances of farming or stock- raising. Bat many people, cognizant though thoy may bo of tho changes that havo been, reap littlo benoiit from tho sermon thus preached to us all. Thoy do not, in other words, learn tho. lesson from tho changes that havo occurred, cTen within their own observation, of tho many that should bo anticipated by ovcry prudent man, and hence, under judgment and forethought, so nrrango their business that thoy. can readily moot all changes as thoy occur, not only without serious detriment, but if possible with advantage Wo say with advantage, becauso mo...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 28 February 1885

.'1 s .. mi j. 1 1 m . .am ., .J muWim&X Mni v 'f') ...V'.'.Tt A . .55 V -. f . .; J'lrjl '; - -,v ' 1 ' 'eSfel ' . 3EtalUhec June, 16.70. "liot .Txlsftoo Ho Dono ThouEh the njeftvens ITall." Terms, $l.BO por Annum. ,V0L. VI. PALO BINTQ, PALO PINTO 00. JkEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1885.' NO. 37. piifTo , ." i-lW ?TAMi - - ! J'J 1 ', . , ' .TWO 'i LITTLE KEET. " 'Two.HUIo foot wontpnttcrine by, Yoarangol . Thoy wandorod on to thd sunny sky, .1 .. Years ajrol ' i Two little BOcks, weltwrinkled and Wort, .llpvo me" to toars, with tliolr momorlos toru n T?ors ftgpt Door llttlo feob that ron iicro nnd'thoro . Yeara'apol,' Crooplns; climbing about, o vory lyhoro ,, , " Years wtor Crept noyor bnokto the lotro they loft, Climbed novormoro Into arm bcroft, Yoarsnuol AftfUn I'll hear thoso doar llttlo foot , . l'atterluirbyl TIiolr muslo n tiiotisandrold moro twoot , ... lnthoslfvl' X Joy to think of tho Father's oaro u.1m holds them -safo 'till I moot 'thorn thore Dyandbyl' -, CanifA. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 28 February 1885

ra waiiKji "'y WTtsiwwHramw ! j j - - ijffj. , y V i " r , TrJP FN wk PALO PINTO Sim VunLtf(uKD xritar SATtmuAY . O. SON.CflltoiMiiitlFi-oikt'r 8ATUKDAY. FEB. 28. 1 686, Prank James is now a froo tnnn, all tho indiclmonts having boon dis- poscdof and no requisition from Minn. Tho Oregon IcgiBlaturo adjourned without olecting a IT. S. Sontitor. It boeamo locked und romainod so till tho day of adjournment arrived, whon thqjBfimocratio members wont homogc'ffiDg that body without a Quorum? A correspondent of the Kansas City Journal, published in tho Baton (N. M.) Independent, states that tho loss of livo stock in the grazing re- gions of Wostorn Kansas and tho Territory agrogalo 45 per cent on cattlo'driven in irora Toxas, and &b por cent on nativo cattle and Bhcop. In Orogon they havo boon having agooa doal ot snow. In Wasco,counly tho last twenty days of tho old year wore marked by an almost continuous snow storm,- which made a total of JOG inchos, and oven when it settled 'it was...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 28 February 1885

4 !f m i & rfc i I ',! lu ll. . J... JL PALO PINtO STAR! , Entered it the ptrtfefflee in Palo Pinto TwtM second clMi'matter, - - SATORDi.Yi,FKB. 28, 188j. Local Matters. We are not responsible for the opinion trf our correspondent, ' ,' Another norther cosiing. " Will MoLarcn it in from the West. The Self Bros, liavo oponcd up a enloou iu Gordon, Rov. M. Mills preaches at tho M. E, oliurch to morrow at tho usual hours, Warren & Co, will sell you furni- ture very cheap for.caBh, Dr. D. B. Warrpn vlsltod Wcath- erford aud Fort Worth this wook. District oourt.conroues noxt Mon- day With a full dookot, Messrs. McQuerry & Berry hnve formed a pertnerehip in thiglnnd busi' li ess. 1 We lcani.that thero ia another boot and shoo 'shop being 'started in town. Justice court convened in regular session last Monday aud adjourned Tuesday. Our county'JHroasuror received from Austin, $4522.50, school monoy, all in $20 gold pcioca. Misses Rilla Taylor and Katie Warren studenla at Add-Rai...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 28 February 1885

fc 9 a - V ,u v o ; ? " ' 15 tw ,v "FOOD, HOT OR ISOLD. ' The Temperature of the Food ITed to Stoeli a Moat Important Factor In tho ConaMi ration of Benefits Tho temperature of tho food given, stock Ja winter has much to do with tho thrift, and comfort of tho animals, aa well 'as tho ' sorvlco performed by the' food after It enters tho stomach. Tako a frozen potato", turnip, or oven an oar of corn, "and no benefit la Imparted to tho animal until tho frost is extracted, and tho food inoroascd to a temporaturo cqval to that of tho normal condition of thi stomach during tho process of di- gestion. Tho frozen or cold food be- comes warmer by cxtrftcllng heat front the body-bf the animal, for it can not bo warmed in any other manner. In absorbing tho heat from tho body it creates n corresponding degrco of cold in tho animal, and consequently tho colder tho weather tho greater tho dis- comfort When tho temporaturo of tho atmosphero is down to zero, 'everything not protected is equally col...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 7 March 1885

.d"" V Ait in.- PALO PINTO Mslabllshpd Juno, 1S70 'r,et Juptioo Bo Xorjk toiouch tho Hetivonn ITnll." ' Torm, $l.SO par Annum. VOL, YL PALO PINTO, PAEO PINTO CQ.1TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1885. NO. 38; ir At v THE : i; I t i - fi f t " I 7 i v y f AT THE FIRESIDE. Around tho liparth whon raying storing nnl bitter winds do blow. When nil tho wlutrr wolds' nro wrapped In ,, "".roudot-wliltoitsnow, When cUworto him doth Ids rags tlio shlvor- vt ho dreams not of n single monl. and prnys j uutjorathaw. , ' x-iio out mora loira; tho lirl chOL-ry-hcnrtu doth Blow, Tho moro our hoarts shall wni tho brighter thnt our ,i'ni-m In ttinan wtm i. .. "" buuii uicssiugs Know lAs Hearth and homo, nnd kith hnd kin. and , lovo of human kind, -Foor wandorors, who on this earth no Jot of Joy oun llnd. Poor wo may bo, jot not so poor but that a ponnvfoo Wo hnvo for suchi und know, O Lord, wo lond ... Ituntolhpoj who aldoth not his brothor when ho knockoth v nt tho door la nono of Thlno: for Thou, O Lord,...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 7 March 1885

;jZM'IKriv ' UB"f1 sw "-. V J "M - :3- ': ninni'm in win -)St. wr ai PALO HNTO STAR ,ltjnM8llKt 2S El xyxift S-iTUitOXY VOSO.mattor imclProptT SATURDAY. MAB. 7, 1885. : TRoports como from Austin that the ceremonies nttonding tbo laying of tboilow Capitol corner slono, pnss- od off .with nil the eclat nnlfoipatcd . und amidst the wldestentbusii.B.n. All of the business houses 'on tlio East sido of tho public squuro in Eastland city was destroyed by firo laBt Saturday night. Tho burnt dis- trict composes n larger part of tho -busiileWportlon of tho town. ii ii Mr. J. 0. MoDanald of Cisco, was -shot and killed by his Bon-in-luw in -Bonham, on thoU4th ult. The shoot- zing is thought to bo justiflablo as McDonald was using a pair of brass ilenuoks on bis son-in-law, Tom Puco. Itis said that tho largest crowd that ever assembled in, Wosbinglon -on tho occasion of an inauguration, --Assembled thoro last Wednesday, ovor 100,000 pooplo are reported to -bavo been present. n The proceedings of...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 7 March 1885

f, imK"- 'j n?sw " " y " w ,-iX"-y f Ci. MM PAJPINO STAJ?. 1i'i.iili'Viimi,i.ii it' ",r " " :"' -1 ," ", ,',i JfcWwjd' at' thepOlpfllo in Palo',' Pint v''TXM,Meond"olM"maltr. , '."BATtfttDAY, ,MAri 7, 1886. Local Matters.;- i3S' . '.'Wenronot rospontiblo-for the.optnlon8 pf out corrMpondenU, The appearance is Hint Spring aboult'toT6coivo a'blaolrcyo. , IB "'V.TJnole ,jjjh HijtBon was perambl'tla- '"l''v, ?k arq,und on our streets this week. .'. '. , VDr.ifJ. B, Raines wns up froravtbe , '.' Weils ono day this week. . Mtv V". J. Amos, is off to Tohuaea- " , .'' tia;t6" visit his sister. ' ,. ' Catholic Borvicea will bo hold at the Gordon Uoal Mines next Sunday. J - v-Wb regrot to learn of the ecrious illncBs of Mr. L. B. Daniels. ,'", I , M&,M. 0,liynn and farnllyToturned Si Thursday from tho Now Orleans Expo f eltion. ' " "v V-Mr.S, mltb has moTedhls saloon -s "'to Ilia, old Matt Vealo building on tho s. . soatheaatco'rner of tho squaro. . : -Mr. Mack Crenshaw Bays that ho has s...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 7 March 1885

li ip. y ,11 i , i rZ X n '- DAWNfCOMETH. An Awakening Spirit of Keller and Con- (ldento. K , A short tlrao remains of IbaHsclfUh, partisan rulo which Jio long has par-i nlyzcd tho r-nerglos of t!io Nation anil dlv ortcd industry, ontcrprlso and capital from their logitimato channels. Tim Ibug night pf official incompetency and knavcjrj'i of mercOnary dealings in high places and tho degradation of tho holiest prlncljilos. of palrl6tism to tho level of lobby traflio, of tho National Govern- "mentr acting as n decoy duck for Wall street sharpers, mid tho customs ena- bling a gang of sharpers tobecomo mill- ionaires, of frauds in tho Post-OfDco, frauds In tho Navy, frauds in tho Treas- uryfrauds in tho Indian Burc&nin lino, frauds everywhere, is drawing to a .close, and tho dawn of democracy, that now era of honesty and reform, is at hand. Tho popular voico hnving pronounced in fav.or of thoso principles and purposes, based on solicitudo for tho public weal and sc t fortli in tho. ...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 14 March 1885

i a" v... r n ,T .. X V ? ' J -. jr 'a : ... "" . . '. ' ' &c T,u' . tTSj.$M ' ,V ., .!Li i, M ". """"uiMft'JE5r rt -;.'Mil4Vv, J ., t -- PAL PINTO STAR. fiy.. MMHHMwramnmiHunnBi THE ICataliliahod Juno, 1873. i i yol. vi. ,. MATER DOLOROSA. Ilocauso of ono dear Infant head Wltli jroldon bnlr, t" To mo nit llttlo hoads A'tmlowenrj And for ono saintly faeo I know Alt babes nro fnlr Ilocauso of two wldo, oarnost eyes Of hcttvunlv bluo Which lookol vritU earning gazo My sad soul through, All oyos now nil mlno own with tows What'or tholr lino. Bocauso of llttlo dcntli-mnrkcd Una Which onco did call My namo In nlalutlvo tones, No voices fall Upon my oar In vain appeal From children small. Two llttlo hands held In my own Lonpr, lon ago, . Now causo mo, as I wandor through This world or woe. To clasp cadi baby band strotchod out In fear of foo. Tho lowest can not pload In vain, 1 loved him so. C. a Halm, in Current. THE BELLOFSANMAECO. Wild Talo of n Stranjro lah Murdor. - Bpan- I telj ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 14 March 1885

'rK .. VT4 h,. ' 'J '.'J J4- rfW " W "i "W Vet 1 jz i .. & e J" J ki 14 L5 PALO PINTO STAR. FOBLIRnXD EVKIir BATOItDAY JT. O. SON.Mrtltor nndProptfr 8ATURPAY, MAR, 14.1885. A war between Eussin and land seems to bo imminont. Eng- Paddy Ryan is ngain on tho fight. Ho is to slug with Burke for 82,500 n side Timo and placo not namod. " " Aftor a trial of lifo imprisonment "for crimo, Michigan has decided to introduce capital punisbmont in lior ponal codo. Tho city council of Oorsicana, has accoptod plans and specifications for tho building oi an addition to tho public Bchools of the city. Tho day is coming when thorc will bo but two parties in Texan instead of throo as at present. Thoy will bo tho democratic and prohibition. It noeds no prophet to read tho signs of tho times. Our bath Says tho Cisco Tolegiaph: marshnll thinks a Turkish "would improTO tho ap- jicaranco oi the Bulgarian Monk. "Wo are not stuck on a religion that docs not allow a man to koep himself decently clean. Ei...

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