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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 5 March 1886

S k$J V;y& JMfflWTO STAR. li j "'U'OiBfuu t mo postomce in I'alo rinto H Teas, as second claw matter. ( 1-fiU-i i - ' i '-. 'jin il. t r-: rr low Matters. ' ' Wii are not responsible! for tho opinions of "our correspondents. , PRIDAY MAROII 6th. 1880. . f i , Last Tuesday was Texas' Inde- pendence day. ' Dr. 0. B, Raines has our thanks for favors over the phone this week, 5 Our town has boon quite lively with people attending District Court this week, , k Elder R. Clark preached a vory interesting sorinon .at tho Christian church last Sunday. It has been officially announcod "that tho Gordon Coal Mincp will per- manently oloso on noxt Wednesday. .Attention is called to tho cow brand of Mr. Jas Russell Jr., in this issuo of the Stak. j -Rov. W. P. Graves will oooupy the pulpit at tho Mothodist church next Sunday. Tho saloon of Mr. 0. B. Bridfios at Coalville, was consumed by firo last Wodncsday night, We have just received a good stock of Stationery, and aro prepared to.do all ki...

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 — 5 March 1886

. ,J V J 'V -j - ft- W THE CASE ALTERED. Where Prominent republicans Stood In 1800 on the Question of "EieoutlTe l'ower." Judging from Washington dis- patches, one of tho most vociferous and thorough-going of Mr. Edmunds' lieu- tenants In tho contest of tho Sonato with tho President is Genoral John Aloxandcr Logan, tho son of thunder from Illinois, who novor willingly lots Blip a chance to lift up his volcb and cry aloud. To-day, Genoral Logan is oao of tho most strenuous upholders of tho right of tho Sonato to investigate tho President's reasons for suspending Republican offlco-holdcrs, and in inter- views with numerous correspondents ho manifests a disposition to insist on all tiio rights which an extreme in- terpretation of tho provisions of the Tonure-of-Ofllco act confer upon tho Sonatc. It Was not always thus. In 1869, when tho Tonurc-of-Oflico act was ponding, General Logan was a member of tho House, and his views upon tho propriety of tho Senatorial prerogatives woro exactly...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 12 March 1886

J 1 'J I '-'J 't'v if , xxlJhj PINTO STAR. Katnblialiod June, 1870. Ijot JubUoo Bo Dono (Though the HotivopB JTall." Terras, 1.50 per Annum. VOL. VII. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, "MARCH 12, 1886. NO. 39. ' K THREE SOMEBODIES. Somobody la loaning o'er a pallnjr. Whero trolllBcd rosos, twining-, bud and fiomobodr, with terror unavailing, Is oloadlne for an nnswnr "Yes o UlUTTi Somebody, half pouting and halt trailing, Holda froBhlr.frathorGd roaoa In her handai Somebody (ao daintily beguiling!) Ploksa roso to pieces as aho atanda. "Beryl, will you let mo havo an anawor? Yes, or no, swootl which is it?" oaks he; Not a word replied Wa ralr ontrancer, ' ;, But hums and scatters roso lonvcs busy B. I .Somobody ozclalma: "Oh, oruolBoryl; Do let mo In or order mo away! Somebody sujar "Eutor atyourporll! Whnro you pro I ordor you to atny I" Somobody, outsldothe garden, fuming, la walking up and down too muddy lanoi Somobody, among tho rosos blooming. Appears xo una a pleasure ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 12 March 1886

ii U& Vt PALO PINTO STAB. runusnisD , r BVKUr BATUItDAV J. O.SOr,lEaitoranarroit'r F1UDAY, MARCH 12th, 1880. Fott QoVieneb W. J. SWAIN. From our regular Correspondent. WASHINGTON OTH. Ool. Qeorgo P.MlllerjOfGatesville, will bo a candidate for re-uloction to tho office 6f District Attorney, In the fall olootion. Wo do not know now tho district could bottor ita solf by a change Mr. Miller is ablo and en- ergetic, and tho Stau hopes ho may bo ro-olcctcd. Mr. B. F. Butlor says tho solution of tho labor troubles lies in tho elec- tion of tho proper man to tho Presi- dency. Mr. Butlor thought this two yours ago, and offered himsolf as tho proper man. That election de monstrated that Mr. Butler is u great, lonely and cockeyed minority in hit opinions. News. . Tho Gazetto is pleasod to now re- print tho opinion of tho Waco Ex- aminer conoerniDg tho vile slander perpetrated on Mr. Swain : "Tho Examiner was one of the first papors in tho stato to put on record a very decided disapprobatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 12 March 1886

; , MC M. ?m ..& . .:& . HMO STAR, .-Entered at the pottofllce In Pajo., Pinto Texas, as second clou, matter. Local Matters. We areSot responsible for the opinions Dt our correspondents. FJUDAY' MARCH 12th. 1883. tt. J. W. Mftddox, of Gordon, taido us a pleasant call Thursday. Jlr. 0. P. Sjdos, of Gordon, drop-, pod Ij to boo us yestorday. Mrs. B. 0. Roberta we regret to Jearn Las been quito; ill this week, Oar paper is a Httl8,4ato tliis week on, aoconntof a rush of job work. Mr, 0. 0. Parrack, tbo gentleman ly editor of tho tGordon Courier, raado ns & pleasant call yesterday, Mr. J. M. Gilbert, from Angora, Texas, called and renewed bis sub- scription to the Stab this wool:. Mv, 0. E, Bradford, from the Sparta neighborhood, called nnd,4ro. newed his subscription this wock. Wo regrot toloarn of tho death of Mr. John Mallorj, llting ten or twelro miles west of this place, which occurred last. Sunday. Pay up your subscriptions to tho Star and bo happy, by bo doing you mak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 12 March 1886

IH' """ .t..i nw.liaji y -"-& "SB ,--' y -.- HIS HOME LIFE. A Dom'estto Sketch of "Hancock, the Su- perb," bjr One Who Knew Him. Walking up from tho llttlo dook at Governor's island, pasVthb bluo-contod sentry pacing up and down in front of . tho pay dopartmont ofllcos, down tho clean asphalt walk shadod by many trcos, one comes to a row of comforta- blo, old-fashioned frame housos offi- cers' quarters. Tho first of this a big double houso with a broad gallory in front liko a Southorn houso is tho commanding oflleors' quarters, and in this houso Gonoral Hancock lived for fifteen-years and diod. Enter. Plonty of spaco tor light and air. A wide hall runs from end to end, and turning to tho right thoro aro two big old-fashioned drawing-rooms. Opposlto the ontranco to tho first hangs on tho wall n beautiful full-length portrait of a young girl of fourteen or fifteen. Bo- foro it stands always a vaso of flowers. This v is tho portrait of "Ada, solo daughter of his houso and heart" th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 19 March 1886

hL'. T11 ' j A ' !' ' 'i f 'JK ; THE f AL ' PINTO : ST All ,',1. r'' f 1 ' 4 ? " JSstabliBliod Juno, 1S70 "Iiot Justice ilo -!Dono Though tlio BJetvvotiH 3Tnli." Torms, 81.50 por Annum. VOL. YII. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1880. NO. 40. A WOMAN'S ORS. "Mon work from morn till sot of sun." Tlicy do. " But a woman's work U novor done" Quito truo. For when ono task sho's finished, eomo- thing's found Awaiting n beginning, nil your round. Wliothor It bo 'J'o drnw tlio ton. Or Imko tlio bread, Or.muko tlio bod, Or plr tlio broom. Or dust tlio room. Or floor to scrub, jL ur Knives 10 ruu, -Or tnlilosnt. t Or tnnnlfl tnirnt. - . Or sliolvcs to scan, 7 Or fruit tcr can. - t, $' ', k . Or eoods to fow, v Or Ttlmita tn tri-tti Or plauts to crow, trillions uioiicu. Or lessons touch, Or butter churn, Orjnckots turn, Or polish Rlnss, Or pinto or brass. Or olothos to mond, , ' Or chlldrou tend, Or notos indite, Orstoiieswrlto nut I must stop, lor really if I should Nmnu ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 19 March 1886

w 's "tpljp&k Tr -' .i " "lii f "&.,, AtK'- M , " 'J' .;' "S ,y S i t- to ' . ', ' ' '', v' bcmuJamaM PA'EO JFINT OTMll runuBnSD Kvjsnr bAturdAt .r. O. SON, ffidltoi and Propt'r FRIDAY, MARCH 19tb,l&80i Ifon GoVEiwkn W. J. SWAtN. Judge Uinliloy, bf Sborraan Is dead, Tom. Pplkj living near Copporns Cove, jusk over tho Ooryeli lino in LatripftsaBconnty, was found hanging to n'trob near hid house, on the morn- ing of tho 15th, inat. Tho hostile Apaches sent four memliors of their band to Li out. Maus' camp in Arizona to notify him that thoy woro ready to surronder unconditionally. The Railroad strike still goes on, without any prospect of immediate settlement. About fiftoon thousand mon on tho Gould system v aro out. The Knighta will triumph in tho long run. A newspaper claims to publish moro "lcgitimiito" reading matter than any rival papor, but the other papers probably have moro "legiti- mate" readors which makes it a stand-off. Figures show that Comptroller Swain has ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 19 March 1886

Jiiijsy r-. . Wt Wv & l "? JlffliLJII liilthBiife-!8.Wa iiii''tiifni!iiiirijifiybiXiiih.ri - -'i'. '"i ' ' .vAft) pinto stiiL; j,)'1" tr "' A'Jfatered at tlio postofflce In Palo Pinto, utwui, UBWcynu ciaw raavw.. occf Matters. . Wo are not responsible for tho opinions of . our correspondents. FRIDAY JTAROH 19th. 1880. ,- Tho gtass is beginning to grow. - A, number w'f drummers were updnour streets this week, r-Elder E., K. Tejlor pro; jes at the Christian Church Sunday' at the usual ho'urB. Messrs. E. 0". Lewis and J. G, -Monroflo from tho Well, ?ere in town this weok. Mrs. J. 0. MoQucrry knd 0. W. Massie, attended 'court at Graham "this weok. Tho fafmora aro putting' in their best lioks since the adjo'urrrt&ent of "district court, ',, Col. J. S. Siraughan and Dr. D '- 33.. Warren visited Mineral Wells. , Wednesday. The McthodiBt Church 'at this , 'place havo ordered lumber lor the pur pose of improving the parsonage, We learn that the Slaughter Yal- l.oy Baptist Qburch at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 19 March 1886

- I V - J. o K. " A YEAR'S WORK. a General Review of the Trlal und Tri- umphs of tlio Democracy. , Xho end of tho.first yoaroi-Prosldorit Cleveland's term of 'oflltd" Is, noar at band, ii lias boon a busy yoar and ono fraught with groat consequences. Tho manifold difficulties in tho way of tho first Domooratlo Administration upon a return of IhC party to political powor after a lapse of a quartor of' a century can scarcely bo appreciated by tho country. It only comprehends results. Mr. Clovoland himself was a yoar ago an unknown quantity. Tho country know what Governor Clovoland was; of what President Cleveland would bo it know nothing. That it boliovcd in him and trusted him was evidenced bv his election and installation as Presi- dent At tho very threshold ho was confronted bj' two facts: that a largo proportion ol tho Democratic party, composed of ante-bellum material, ex- pected .him to resume administrative power where Buchanan left off; that a largor proportion, composed of th...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 March 1886

THE tPiffift; -PINTO STAIf MstobUehad itnno, 1870., VOL. VII. PALO PINTO; PALO PINTO CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, A MISTAK'c. ATndnolosatonaoold jrrny stono, v Ana sadlr tliouht of his Iiro. Ahisl must t llvo nil alono" Bald ho, Or snail 1 oipouse mo a wlfo?" A wlso old Frog-, onjlio brlnkof thqstroam, ,Lonn?d oor nnd said, yrltli o fl gU: "On, wait till you're older, my doar young frlondt 1 ou'll linvo bottor tasto by and by I . M Qlrls obango you know, nnd tho Vollyyiog sllntr " i -That tokos your fancy to day, Jlov not bo tho 1'ollv at nil you'd chooso, Whou tho summer baa pnssod away." Ilut tho Tndpolo rash thought ho bottor know, And inurrlod a Pollywopr fair, And botoro tho siunmor was over, ho sat -On tho brink of tho stream lit despair. Tor, would you bollovo It? bis fair young brklo Proved to bo n stupid Trofr, nilh noior tho tnico of tho beauty-and Krai.o ' Of young Miss rdllywoff. And nlthouuli tho Trtdpolo'hlmsolf had grown Stout nnd stupid, too, , Ho only saw tho fault...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 March 1886

T'mW W&A. - J V .TfifcH l vf)T ' t W?p PALO PINTO STAR. rUIlLIBUKD EVBUIT BATORBAY r. o. SON.isaitor una Propt'r FRIDAY, MAROE 26th, 1880. Foe GoVxrker W. J. SWAIN. Undo Dun'l of tho Houston Ago ib in trouble. Mass meetings in nearly ovory city of any importance in tho State have been hold, and resolutions passed condemning tho action of tho strikers. When a dollberativo body attompts to shape tho political policy of a froe pcoplo, it generally doliboratOB with open doors. Tho peoplo as a gon- oral rule want to havo a hand in tho formation of tho policy and a voice in the selection of the men put bo fore thorn for support. A bill providing for arbiliation as a remedy for the differences between oraployors and employes has boon intioduced in the vnginiu legisla- ture. It is to be hoped that every state legislature in tho Union will follow suit and pass laws providing for tbo settlement of such differences by friendly arbitration, instead of tho business paralyzing boycotts and st...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 March 1886

.' 1 It iYiji -Yi iiiiWMiwia 3AL0 PJLttTO STAR! f" Wintered at the postoflke In PAlh Plntn f oxiu, aa second class matter. Local MafterSi ' We are not responsible for the opinions of u'r correspondent). FRIDAY MARCH 20th 1880. , Mr. Wm. Htttsdii, was In town . this week. ax.Mr. Q. W. Blddglitor mado us a pleasant call one day this week. Mr. J. 8. Straughan made a flying trip to thOsWells Tuesday last, - Mr. F. M, Gain loft Tuesday for ft Tislt to Dallas. M. O. Lynn will bdy yodr one , and two year old steers. -If you have any one and two year old steers to soil, call on M. O. Lynn. Mr. P. B,- M. Burrow is baring his house repaired and aomo-wbat N renovated. . ,', . ' Elder MoKnight will occupy tho pulpit at the Christian church nozt Sunday at the usual hows, . , -Mr. .Charley Hailcwood oamo in Tuesday, from New Mexico, whoro he bad been .for about two years. - Mr. Syd Geddes has gouo out to Ewing & Slntaon'a ranche to erect a dwelling. Tho days of pionics and horse-back riding a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 March 1886

s r . "T V XV- J s - A MANLY MESSAGE. Tlie llomb Which President Clerelanil Hn Thrown Into (ho United States Sen- ate Sontor RdmunuV Consternation. For threo months tho Republican ma- jority of tho United States Sonato has been strutting around in exccutlvo ses- sions with a largo number of Frcsij" dential nominations in its pocket and a chip o deflanco of thd Presidential Srcrogahvo on its Bhouldcr. Yestor- ay tho President look notleo of tho cliallongo nnd threats of his would-bo t tormentors in a spirited and dccislvo messago that fairly startled poor Son- ator Edmunds into tho belief that ho was back in tho days of his youngor manhood when Charles I. was King. Visions' of Kunnylncdo, tho magna ohortor, tho bill of rights, tho ship tax and Punches essence of Parliament danced before his sonisccnt eyes. But, notwithstanding Senator Edmund's ire, tho pooplo of tho United States will bo thoroughly gratilied at this now proof that they "have a man in tho Whito House who within tho fa...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 April 1886

' ' .rt '' f v ', mm." ' '- 1 ?jp SV THEaPALP pinto star TCstabltshocl Juno, 1870. "X.ot Justioo Bo Done Though tho Henrona 33'all." TorinH, 01. DO por Annum. VOL. VII. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1886. NO. 42. T1 1 JT THE MOTHER'S VIGIL. A wakoful nlirtat with stealthy troad O or weary day had crept. As noarherdylinrlnfant'B bed A mothor wntched and wopt. She saw tho dows of doath o orsprcad That brow so whlto and fair. And bowing down her nohtng head, Bho breathed n fervent pruyor; "O Thou," sho cried, "a mother's love Hast known a mothor's irrlofr- Dond down from starry hblffhts abovo, And send my boart rol'of . Sweet lips that smiled aro drawn In pain. Yet rest his llfo mny keep, AndRlvo him to my arms unalni Oh, lot my baby sloepl" Whon sickly dawn a pleam had oast Of light on night's black pall, Through gates of Heaven In morcy past An answer to taor call. On somber wings, through gloomy sklos, Death's nngol darkly swopt Ho softly klsted thoso troubled ...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 April 1886

r; i , iV- PALO PINTO STAR. rUBMSHED EVKItV SATURDAY . O. BO N, Kdltor ondPropt'r FIUDAY, AWUL2na., 1880. Fob Govkkner W. J. SWAIN. The Stato Treasurer rooeived Tues- day $51,000 gcDoral rovenuo and $12,- 000 school fund. WcMiopo the Executive committee will'concludo to hold tho next Stato Democratic Convention at Dallas. Sam Jones says : ''Thobest man in Chicago is tho man who spends most of his timo on his knees ; I don't caro who he is." Tho man who makes n business of putting down carpets would appear to have a pretty Buro thing on eternal glory." ii ii A Georgia man placed a dam across a crook' and built a room under the Water in which ho illicitly distilled whisky for six years beforo ho was dis- covered. He conveyedithe smoko by a tunnel to the chimney of his house, which was on the banks of the stream, but twenty j'ards away. In Georgia the .enjoyment of illicitly distilling whisky is almost equal to tho enjoy- ment of drinking it, and besides it gives fall play to the ingen...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 April 1886

f!"r "" VNjr " H' V p'-Trjp! ' 1,l''T"' . i "j vw '7751 I ' r ' H ' ' . JV ..( lM)llBW MaMaaVIiaAIIJBJCaTH pi . wrrrr :...r: . :s , t ; i.Tr,!r i P'ALO' PINTO STAR. Kntered at the postofllce in' Palo Plntb T4iM, as second class matter. local Matters. 1 ' We are not responsible for the opinions of ear correspondents. FRIDAY APRIL 2nd., 1880. CAMPAIGN JlATES; Candidates announcing in tbo St An will bo charged as follows : For Dis- trict dfficers, $10 ; County, $5 ; Pro- cinct, $2,50. No extra chargo for name on ticket of those who nnnonnco. Tlioso who do not, will bo charged half tbo above fees. The Star will print from three to 6000 tlokots,nnd no fee will be charged thoso who onnounoo in said papor. Annouiicenients. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. Wo are authorized to announce 8. M. Jeter as a candidato for re-election to the tafflco of Tax Assossor at the Nov. election. Tho treasurer has about enough monoy to pay off all the jury scrip. M. O, Lynn will roceivo to-day or to-morrow a large stock o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 April 1886

IRT W","mrl l "ffT3,w? H-" ? 'MJ?T '"': t p-f THE EDUCATION BILL. Tho lllalr Measure Considered from liroad l'latform. , Tho HlalrEducation bill has boon do- bated In tho Sonato along linos of nr- gumont which practically tako it out of tho domain of party questions. It is evident that it will rccolvo tho votes of a largo number of Domooratio Statos- mou'who attach loss weight to tho con- stitutional objections to it than to tho fact th at Is an urgont necessity of thoir States that tho Nation should aid thorn in tho work of educating thoir people Wo aro not disposed to underrate tho strict constructionist vlow, which in- sists that education is a mattor that bo- longs to tho States and ought to bo loft in their oxclusivo charge. But tho day has long sinco passed when a narrow -And rigid interpretation of tho consti- tution can be successfully invoked as a 1 barrier against measures that aro in tho naturo of imperious National noecs- sides. In tho ucbato now finished in the Senate, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 9 April 1886

jf j -. Utah.i... t i Ain1iMjWLi.;f ' ' . " S , , ; Ull a - , . if t, . o i - '-, W J1 ' - ') - ,. .. , 'nf(,; jfii' z' 1 (. tf r --T- V7'1 1 THE k JL Ail.' Ketnbllshoa Juno, 3-S70. "Xiot JupUco Ijto Dono Though the Henvoiia 'jVnU," Terms, &1.00 por Annum. YGL. VII. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1886. NO. 4B. .V- . ' -IV .. J PENT J jt. "CUT, CUT BEHIND I". "Vhn slinbw una Ico vns on dor ground, Und merry shlolgli-bolla shlnglo: Vlieii Siinok Froatho H9 peon around, Und raaltos my oidt bafs tlnijlo 1 nenr Ulioao roguish iroinlns any: " lKt slioy po unconlinodl" unci dUcn dnoy go for dry shlblgta, TJnd jtju ! ' Cut, out pohlnd I" Itmnkesmo shustfobt'jounireomomoro, 1 o hear dlioso yOuiiRstcra i oil, wnd oof I don d vna ehtlflr ifnd soro, ryshliiRsl 1 shustvouldtUl, vlion somo nldt punjf vna coomlu' py, 1 dink I'd fool inclined To r-liump rlahdt in ubon dor Bhly, Uudauout: "Cut,cutpoIiludr I mtnd mo vol mlno fndor said onco, vhen I vos ft poy, Jilt raoi solit...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 9 April 1886

'",Hr4iWW' -"-0.t-' ' & J , P&LO ttNTO STAR. I'UDUSllED EVJJItr SATDPDA.Y .t'. C.SON.Mdltot nndProptJr FIUDAY, ATKILOtli., 1B80. 'Fob Qoveuner , W. J. SWAIN. Dr. Broiloa was oloclcd Mayor of Fort Worth, Tuesday, I . . I Smith tho regular Domocratio norainoo dofoutcd Bnkof last Monday nt Houston for Major of that city. Maj. J. II. Davonport is spokon of by somo aa a suitablo candidato for tho noxt Logislaturo. Wo havo no sorioiiH objootiona to tho Major. n i ii A Railway Company has boon chartered to bo known as tho Abileno, Witchita Falls andKanBns Oity Bail- way Co. Tho proposed routo is through tho counties of Taylor, Shaokloford,tronos, Uaskoll, Knox, Baylor, Throokmorton, Young, Ar- cbor, Wichita and Clay. Then tho most dcsirablo and practicable routo to Kansas City, Mo. M I It Somo pretty plain talk was indulg- ed in at tho joint meeting of tho Knights of Labor and citizens of Ft. Worth tho other day. Both sides scemod to bo frank and pointod. Tho K. of L. said that the...

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