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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 26 January 1883

HHPHH9— Qir LAUD FOB THE UNOBOAMIZBD COITNTIBB, it will I' ■ * ^ [ ft. ft. OOKJPAS L FUND. nd oaused u*< eg* r of the building, D58 TO THE There W%eec i. payment of the interest on this debt, I been; 1 on the building ',700, and a con- tjplete the boiling the; materials, and *7.300, not have been sufficient damage and complete s it Lad heen done upon another person. .The i, there/ore,anxious to have him the work in such a manner as to the members of #ie ind to others baring bual- iia it, fall assurance of the of the building.for the purposes him a proposi- aout having any m pay him for the work thus made neoessary ? of the walls, to whiph he lting in the qnpplement to in the report to this contract, the fallen s have been rebuilt $n a substantial " jwalla having been anchored each other, and bracing j the walls of the balls ill the' been constructed, aud been thereby,..as it is be- ■ I tly .safe for use. to the oountrv both special the whole subject was fully explained an opinion...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 26 January 1883

dteck to mnfed the wortd at every tkr OWDlv-f—T «f GirWd'i mu 's hancing. **>«< * came* out a rrprruMdelkm of At ' (ha president falls, Blaine ruthe* W the imw. The aeene A .# 1 ? —- 1M Otllt. a. iwm11i wnn* piwtfiirw, putr dimly a door <n**eaiwi wwsls Guheau cm the gallows.—Ea. pasnd fH «* Union Stock Yard*, CMesgo, •how* thct the number of of sheep marketed former year* Th receipts [■Ml- ■ ?Z:: ■''& Skirtk MM.,™.—,—- 4M.7H heed Sbaep in 1M& K umber In Cattle in MBS It baa pteaaed the 8up«sa• ° N fr"m kbor to eternal rest. e«r ttrett'er W. It Ontser. who w billed In Princeton, Ky, an the 29th da*- of December. W82. A. H, S*. Thierfore be H KcM.lved, tint in the death of Bmtber, W. R. pHee*."?** in wbii4. be waded has Wt an henontW" citiswn. hi* family • kind busbsnd and aftctionate faJhrr and the FVitternttr an esteemed and d**!% beloved Brother. Ksmirn. YUat we tender <m svmnathv to the familv of our Brother. in their benaMnnnt and them In tbat CM who ha promis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 26 January 1883

Satisfaction JMlter aid Frejrietor. at tbe Font Office at Albrnir, a* seeeodclMs mfttrr. !_■< in.1 J" -L-LU J—J-U-.-.-y MB* .JANUARY T..i 28. 1888 fan want gmtm r. & Flsbeir} ma Toilet —A. alee lino of Stationary and Uood.. at CTW. City Drdfc Ston>. _Tbe futuHure Vried *** 'wk. tufk propertv of Mr. Young of Johnsoa CMAIT, will be *>M *b dar It public lkiK*ti«n by thfc Bht'rtff- ' —Vr*akT P «* aoarpenten was wrested on avWYgr of burghwr this week. P« wairrd exsminat'on and wu bound over ill the mm of $l,000to awsftlbl action of the Jury- i-. -Jit the residence of the brides ^_r_8. O. Larche, 8 miles So ~ unit of town, on the 2&th imi, Mr. Ju Morenp and Wm Lena Tarclw. all of this 'county, Rev. L. H. Trimble officiating. 'ft*** H Vestal—To buv a milch cow. For par- ticular* apply «t this office. Headquarter* far WfT Wy -«r>* Hvanta Fre«h Good*. Mew «* **•* and Cheap Good*, at F. E. Conrod fc Co^a. _M>. ffieo.' Reynolds returned %rm Mmaofrn^yeaterdny. -r-Cb«*p au...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 26 January 1883

It ifcf w# > Wwrt m wff it fyP|y •and disposi; djectives as treacherous" witbc perfect therefore, at instances on been carried devoured or leopard, tended and of these have i recovered, and at this specimen wolf- m HPM^jRfP'S , of Romuius and fc bo entirely without foundation, wmm of the, in i their dens, aud upon such wild tals as they can hunt down and Among the latter may be titie gazelle, antelope and the ,and many and ingenious are i devises, they resort to in order to rievfi their purpose; but in the north- ern provinces of India, .as about , in Oude and Kajpootna, they are very destructive to children. Hia- Tdos of all classes are exceedingly n: oreljtious'regarding the destruction of i entire an animal as the naetimes be found lual who has been unfortunate gh to' sbe.^ a drop of wolf's blood oonied to suffer some grievous calami- y. .Hence, though a Government re- irdof 8 rupees per head is offered, it -cordy the very lowest of all classes — Uof Rangars," as they are died...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 26 January 1883

!&$?■ IHH M wmmawmwm tbe main school m daring | Each county shall have tbe benefit in CW, when the its schools of tjMjintereat upon the bonds „7f«r SwwSvv f >t building been com - means nee 'hicfa, hew- nsfcly provided «l*e tot o pri and the branch vor. „ % of the first class," as required aiure, "ae soon a* practica- i constitution i>i the (state, iriety aad neoesaity of the forts previously made by the [ education to have such ample e and all of the branches .0: regents for ate now obvious. ► to the atten- . . e, convened iu lion in. April of last year, full explanation of the inadequacy ^mentis previously provider*, and practicability then of making t ample provision without any ma- * detriment t> any other interests oi lae state. A bill for that purpose passed the * en ate, but f ailed to be pased in the hoop* !*/ representative*. It was rtcommeuded that the bonds Mrtod formerly as of doubtful validity ■sued in 1867, >orted formerly as of doubtlul validity ionnti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 26 January 1883

filiacktefterd aoauty i Map M Texan, occupies a the 35, parallel, and contains ijnare aiiles of territory. It was ■organised in the year 1874; beipg <previon« to that date, attached to Palo Pinto count J^t r judicial and "trveyiug purposes. For surny year* " oquent to its organisation, Shackle- county atood like a lone sentiuel on the ontskirts «f «i*Hi*a ion, and aside, tram tlie difficulty of mtunttiin- in|r an • organisation in * sparsely f nettled district, her authorities were taxed with the enforcemeiH of the Penal laws, in aotno twelve unorgan | wed counties laying - Went ot her boundary line, the same being at tacked for judicial purposes. Hssltt. •:-a- . Tills oonnty is situated inone of the I most heal i by regions of North weal [ Tfxa". The air is dry and bracing, and during the winter months, exaopt when an occasional "norther," freight- ed with a superabundance of air Iroin the -North Poll4,. makes a visit for sanitary purposes, the temperature ranges from 56, to 70 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 2 February 1883

S1 =F ■ r iL" =*= jW =±±= ALBAKT, SHACKELFORD COUKTT, TEXAS, FRIDAT, FEBRUARY *, '' '•J,r A' i. '' - V. *•" > " * jC7- - * ' * *' - - ! —;J—m—1 1888. no. 6. MIES. fFort j Mr. Wil*on's bitt} introduced to- whose shipment* «1'.1 reach ail the ] day, providing for two ballot boxes way from .25,000 to 160,000 pound*, r Mot uHb* paid far la at each voting place, contemplates Texas ia a big state in every ;<MW for * -- W4 ■*'"m M morning papers hers of lo-dar Sotlsrsods he had raled the lav r c<jti*rv Tor U.e tr« Sastatfce; fifty cent lands Iron that of atats and t he other for Federal, ; o'ficer* of the word, and there ia no "bigger" ! men ia Texan than am her hading Smith's Opera H^uae ha* Jmen wool growers. These gentlemen secured for the meeting of the are live, enterprising and success !f.«r«i<*h *uUu(|u«iit iu^rtl'Mu One ... . _ ( , . State Stockmen's Convention on tha foL,and are dong much (or Toxas " • BMBEW**** Wbr* atrA tA Febraarr. far A«srfl#a.-7VrM * •'CWr*. Trans...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 2 February 1883

■ a. w. jassrss. -~.. i ia traa lave flighted. Lewe dleeVtie ■ ttw enn, lid dar t live* And Love shall "IS NOTHIMi." — -' BT E. E. CI.AMB. ** "PeaKae, / daughter, if 70a many Marcna Tracy, you will wed sorrow, dis- grace, and liie-loog misery; and I pro- test aeaiad sueh an uncalled-for sacri- fice," said the sorrowful looking woman, as she leaned forward and tenderly, ca- ressingly stroked the silken hair of a girl of- eighteen, who sat on the broad gaj atone ateps before the entranee of a picturesque oottage in a western vil- *^Wby do you think so, mother ? I'm sure he seem* to be all that is good, and true, and noblel Why do you so misjudge him ?" questioned the maiden. .-My child, no one can long remain either good or true, who cultivates a vice," said the mother, in a low, sad ▼oiofc. "But Marcus is above that!" replied Pauline, with considerable asperity of manner, as she absently dissected a duster of apple blossoms which she held. < *1 fear not! In fad I know he is addict...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 2 February 1883

New Mexico and north of the nearly which is divided J* of it& the M*e. . j whksh i on three ridee. Plain, which has by many 1 to be a oompsrative " O., Dae. St-Last millionairee of the of some of from $1 to IS par ana, accord- ing ta the ^ .oppjj, w?ble in twent ~ - - hve and have . _— Curtin, I am told, < gate wealth of the than $800,000,000V I la probably too hi£i, but itis not a terrible exag- This the aggro- •at no Jea* at 50 , aere« or leas. This remarkable territo- ry been so long separated from the outside world that it is an almost un- known la^d. The GuLU Colorado & Santa F? railway, with t®4 miles of " ^ to pass di gentle swells and depressions, ' somewhat resembling those of the" sea \ down al^er a storm, Thii t earfsai la broken at'in- depressions called aving a richer soil and more ad *hese, when* fol- io water in ■' to the plains below, far back into the Staked • auaup^r ofiwide, ■■■■■PI alleys or can- hemmed in on either side by rooky blnfis. Some of these ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 2 February 1883

fsfl TW o*ly >—Mil Fap«r la I Co FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 1888, T&Cart House Again. 8on e little di.'t-ua&ioo has been going on through the columns of _the Star in regard to the erection of new Conrt Houhc, but as yet, it<8 editor has bad little or nothing to wiy about it, more than to sanction the project, being solicitous about the ochool building, and it'iran not until we JejUTUid it was-talked of by our commission01 • eourfc, to mihmit the proj>osjtioii tc the vote of the people that we decided to take any part in Ike natter. Such a courw, it see inn touSj W^uldbc tqpre like child's- play tMn the actionn of intelligent hunipesi men. We do not wish to be, officious, offensive or seem "jfatv," but to deal in plain unvarn- /shed facts and discharge the duties incumbent upon us as the mouth- peioo of the people of Albany aud 8boekelford county, "ever alive to what we may conceive to be their ii t«r st." Tbut we neod a court house-no one will pretend to doubt, and it is al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 2 February 1883

sale •* Peat 0mat a* 2 18881 o Collaiaand jBridlfs at Cost, still left at HB ,^st' *****#*' W, "IS*. c#ai 4 j ■OlXO&r—All poraoa* indebted totha iorwstrc C. Poole, to H will be bargain* in saa F. V. and Marion JaoaW an a - " « . ,. I gmpwag a not little m*ideooe North mat df i Reynold*. rf <W«e, JP ^ jtow* . ., >/' - I (Mtt MmtUitorndtttfini mAa .ADU I iii stock a! ftf^oxoxfals >Kt ^Mt. - I „ B, Manning's. | —Capitol Baking Powder, and af fa*h Vaccine GraPe Baking Powder at Cox. Miss Blia, Btlif, L A ■ -- K ff HI.- -**■ ■ X. B. Manning*, X id: Wl§--- " fflwjr$£'- -?W& W Mr. Richarditon ha* contracted with DufV u^^bdiDio is UK "how ' chill unkw.! — ——-- -m t■-.-••• — -"-•■• • .Ou. five andLive. Drac fitoW.l*8®0 §,,.**#18 80001 rf a-# . t"V/* - J Jacob*reaidenoe.28x40. «h*pe of I. with :1tgj££. gBi1-" *■' 1 , «?!L^^hou*eha*be*ero-ope«edaod -*—■ Qw* * <* . received notice this MaDdmv" morunig of the shipment of «U nejroe* di- erraS Conflf £"£1 ^-HoiriittieAwto pay.#...

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

STj •WZ •>f~- j. c. bo*, editor i AliBANY, mrnaatmm *ps*m- s- TEXAS 4-- *'« ;**a v S.^! * '*& I —The Katehz, Bed Hirer ft Texas road is being constructed in quit^ a rapid manner. 4 force of 5400 men are at work on the line, and the grade will be oomplsted to the tows of Trinity, west of Vandalia. by January 15th. —Colonel HoMingsworth has made a distribution of the Pegbedy fond, aa follows: Galveelon, $1,500; Fort Worth, $«#; Gainesville, *$00; Corti- oana, #600. He received a check from Dr. Carry, general agent, for $1,000, a donation to the Sam Houston Normal inatitut.% and the name wbb transferred to Dr. Baldwin, Piinfcppl. In eight yean Colonel Hollingsworth, without oompihisaiion, hae distributed form the fond over $40,000. —Beaumont Enterprise: The jetty opnatruotion at SatttM«.Pae6 is..-being pudbed ahead by th enorgetac oontract tel. '. Mattresses 100 feet in length have already been sunk and more am'being got in readiness. The sob-contractors, Lee & Ingall, alone...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 2 February 1883

at a< W fl Mm I I r «ta oould numbfcr. At 11 rCtovaawr- Governor Boberte and ' Story, ■ mm 111 nil toryto the inau- t Eobarta, hav- iby Speaker Gibaon, of the Senate and House of the Eighteenth lalaaviag the of which the people have I deaire to return my sincere the members of the sixteenth is law ; a mod aimetiie uid to ^iSSSiZhoZ Tone Ooadial, which help reck- that the viae counsels and the legislatures for their ia the direction they have iment daring my Also to the exeo- in the executive depart- bhe employe* of the gov- arnmaat generally, for their cordial oo- ianiathe work that was before I to my follow citizens throughout if Texas for their favored ap- and confidence. There has i afreet work to be done and a weighty responsibility in the doing of it. However much has been accom- plished, much is left to be done to elevate Texas into a grnal and intelligent state. Ha fideuoe that the wise prudent action oi those who Shall oome after us will continue the good work, I retire f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 2 February 1883

land 77. HaddHad tagatker at {iont of a biii, on the tup «f abieh tkej *>•*' CITATIOa. THfc^TATE OF TBX VK. ftiacklefnrd convit v as shown '•_! the j *jas rt«*red aUui 6 • ©mpsics ol Govern- j T« the Sheriff or mr CamMUt i f 3hr<-k- f ut'Tex**. orrutH** * •pa'* near | went troops, wa* a conglomerate mm j riMCw«v, , j S* r-w. —. "-uir *#9j*"s •qua re wltes of terrtl'TV. It «u jjrsrd. aod every o'her kiwi and quality publMi*d in the coc.wtv of I «rwaniard in lift year 1874; baiagjof habitatroi.eeivatle, while ail | KKcl:efford. it there 1* a newspaper puh- j BiYvioa* t that date, attached t > • the wim cpa- c was Ijcwo with heaps fished in ssii county, hut if nut. thru in any ( pgff. i-mmtj lor judicial and ofBuffnlo On the lop " "" " w " surveying pnrpiwe*. For many y«ara hill *m i®m- Fort proper. aut«^|oent to it8organisation, Sha<-kle- houses at the f.K>< we>-e u lord count* stood like a lone sentinel the uam« uf tbe 4 Fi t," am. . .4 Mil*. «. •.!. rep.fi... rf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 9 February 1883

• -1 <i Ltor<| nd Propria :>• • • 'V - v ' y • ►*. i - "liflt Juatloe t>« done though tlie lleuvenH Ksslt-'* TT— for in fcdrmce gEpfrV 'r ' ^ j doHaraoda j< #nt insertion; 76 quent insertions Ooe MOW* Transient ad- tlalerted for lees th&o notice*. tribute* DV *KTie VIRNT.S :-0w T&'j';,sr 3£ - <?f two square or more. , —Fift~n wnu per line ten «mU per line each for Insertion. Tsarty AiraeUs.m.aU in >d en e. i- axATioir ~ of 6Uck tMt, by TWHTATO OP To tbe Bberiff ®r Count*, Greetiug: i are hereby om publication of tbi- JLaffix t lisbed in said county, tint if ncwiiDHper published whew this writ is pending, 'tat four cob secutivc weeks, Cnco in each week, previous to tbe return dav Hereof; you summon Joseph Vincent and Vf, C. Pace. defendant*, it unknown, to lie and aj not, then In any in tbe jn<Meiat district bear before tbe Justic* of the Peace Court fur Precinct Ko. one, of said county, at tfcfc regular term, tffbehoUWfc in tbe Waif Monday er tbe Mt i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 9 February 1883

TOMORROW. * BY *A*T CLEMMEK. a -hintng iiltinntomy *ea, ' Mate it erer wiUi smile* and Xo d T is sad. Xbtfce bUud To-be 1 lontljr To-morrow Lie*. of b< have t |i atookad v th«bwiUlul Yesterday, ' poorer. Oh, oev«r mitid! Art. ike fair To moBow, I*r away, It waits the joy tbst we failed to find. « W rth fitfal lsber mdm^gw Cain, is failure." Be still, my heartl <f. -4 y—the partial result, the pain; ^ j To-morrow—fruiliou, the perfect part. ' Vine loooks from oar ejes with tenderest trntb, It touches jrith silrer the locks of go Id; It kisses sway the ti>ts.of youth, Till we aay, "T«-n*jrrow we shall be old, ^y'e think of the eowMries far and f*ir. All free forever froii blight and frost; .it'tkere love lives ott in the holy air, She'll find again the youth we had lost. «ff will still go on—the beloved tank, . $hat drops half done irom thy weary : wwTT7-;:--r -Awjyyy,,.. not ao wall venad in ttte household management ooald j doiie. After coaaiderable thought and cal j calati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 9 February 1883

■■ of Super- oI the Hint, the ILaeury um ap- sin the device, luscrip- inter of the five-cent ■ eoiix. i wae iaraed under w approved Mey 16,1866. i weight five gnmrnee md ' two iX3iiiimetfira." i was the first attempt is the his- tory# oar coinage to preaenbe by law the diameter of a coin. Thu had al- i been left to the-diecretion of the ; officials, whose judgement could • I § ■ , who of nepeaeity have bat little •Xpert akill or-knowledge on eoeh sab The remit of thif attempt was the issue of a coin without doe proportion • of Jhicfcneae to diameter—without son- ority or ring, end devoid of beauty. , JThe, object of this on usual legisla- tion wm an attempt on the pert of the ad W>aiee of the metric system to make a coin useful in educating the public to • k&ewledge and acceptance of the m«l trie .egrtem in oar daily transactions. This atwmpt to educate by legislation has proven a signal failure. As the law had to allow of a divergence of twograina above and below the pre- sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 9 February 1883

, FEBRUAEjr i 1888, in BulU it ('«urt ftouwr Small-pox at Henrietta has pre- T"t "Ml— TT'ilVf -p rimenO**"* daeee a tranic and manyvfU* peo-j^ >" fleetly •** fr vto «pe Wu\ii>n. Mteo. mm04 tall of $1 un «-reVomet ime« cents «n iwe. f 0 litr na the «0 1 - liabed newspaper* ws* origin from the party dying last week, and was sup-1 tl"'y hit re gut iiknig well po*e'd not to have .*jn tt-pox. It i* i *:,tW *W* "dveriising, except t that measures b ve bwn taken that will prevent it spreading furtber- pi;ea ior oy ' vc 376,229 r rui residents L Shackelford er unty baa ah ores of 960 square mi lessor 576,000 acres «f land. The tax rolls for the year 3882, shows on the i entered jpqJI, 42,476 acre.* valued r.t $82,207; on the nnrendered roll 11,691 awes, valued st *17,856 and 272,861 acres, valued at §876,999 on the fKHn-reai deal roll, puking a total of 82H.368 acres, vithied at *476,576. This leaves a balance of 240,682 acres of school, asylum *?d .university lands which we understan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 9 February 1883

% VP Pff oetiee ltd art acwnhBglT. and be surete - , '■ tfzyg-b>S"f-r- — ;'•*$£-•1 * i>- - ^4jsSp^^.i3fe, w\< / ■fc Wholesahe and Retail Dealer V as* norther . ' - o. ?' •:••• J oat tkirty-two ' y odd dollars. Honey, Bock- Garden Seeds, Oaioof Sett*, At tb* Blue Tromt, —Mr. N. H.Barn* haa^tablubed a bmucU UarJware store at Oiaoo —Cbpt itnlaon has oar thanks for the )<«i of one of hit sews chases this ■ *;•.* " " ^ . I Vones—A.11 porsons indebted to the uitderaigued, at* requested to oonse forward an4 «««* ssid note*. , K. C. Feole. Clive krrpt Painter and GUuivn tupplle* in stork at eeUoaabl* price#. —Capitol Baking ^Powder, and Crape Baking Powder ai >;-■ E R. Manning'*. , _Jlr. J. U. Teckitt, ©or West main •ut 4 Lircry-nuut, ho* «**iv/bd three new buggie# diruH from the factory. —Blind lW«v played Monday an* Tuesday ulghU, to a good audi«M* each night, at the Pnnbytoriaa chuwh. Wbra y«n want- p>|< to I-—""- '~™* w* . 4; : ^ i ,' ': < —Nowbthe timeto pay on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 9 February 1883

THE ALBANY STAR. **■— J. c. fox. ALBANY,, TEXAS TBXA8 TOPICS. —A plot H wImm *U the prisoners |b the Dallas oountv jail «u discovered —About 180bales. of cotton were burned at Weatnerford reoently. It «H cm the platform and caught from the spark* of a locomotive. —A man wm frozen to death on the 19th near Victoria, on the Texas and M Mminan railroad. ~ The- man was an Italian, who wee drank at the time. —Six thousand nine hundred and eighty marriages have occurred in Baxar oounty since the jet mar nag Cherokee, Collin, Oooke,D^lee, Mfc Ellis, Fannin, Payette, Fort Bend, Franklin, Freestone, Grimes, Hardin. Harrison, Harris, Heoderaou, Hood, Jasper, Jefferaon, Johnson, Lamar, Lee, a record of commenced. the ear 1837, when ea was first —Bastrop u tojhave a new court- boose. The commissioners' court has instructed the oounty judge to adver- tise for plans and. specifications of a building, lo coat between $30,000 and $40,000. —An election was held in £1 Paso re- cently to decide the qu...

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