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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 21 December 1883
. Jp-* Si .V, lC4it r ami Proprietor. . _ ^'~u- "LET JUSTICE RE DOXE TUOVCIl THE IIEAIEXS b'A I t.." ALBANY, 8IIAKELFOW) COUNTY, TKXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, '/Vr««t £'■!.(><> /'?r Annum. IMS.'}. NO. 52. a—- ... . . cinder than the coal at Gordon and elsewhere along the line of the Tex*, £ Pacific niboad. The prove profi* • ladreed^shall have of Young - by the iai«;ulfc it. t-.l. theltt- A KEMABKABLE DftEAM. iN OLD TIUYiar.l!. A. Terrible Kailread AecMeot Ferrteid in A Sleeping Vision. • trow flu Omaha Dec. All the world likes to talk about dreams and half believes in them, epite of great pretention to tbe con- trary, and much talk about physi- cologioil causes. A dream story, in which a late railroad accident was the subject aid a celebrated aioger the dreamer, hfl# just come to light. Zelda Seguin, on the night of Septem- ber 29, ww in Omaha. That night Mm. Seguin dreamed that she waa in a railroad oar near Utica, N. Y. She know it waa that locality, having passod over it ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 21 December 1883
r«ioat BT SMBEK. 21,1888. i issoc the first volume of mm* We have, for on* I energy we possessed, I all our personal laoor to special telegram from Washing- ton to the Hoovtoa Poet eaya: There are already two powerful railway companies knocking at the doors of Ooagreas for permission to run their linea through the Indian Territory. One is the .Gulf, Colorado A Souls Fe road, arhioh bee been built to the line of the "Nation," and now wants ab outlet to Denver over the prohibi- ted route. The other applicant is the projected A ranees Pass road to ran from Aransas Bay through San ▲atonic to Kansas City. They also ; of establishing in ibfa com newspaper, with tlufi must hare tie right of way across the «al advancement of Indian country to reach Kansas City, ourselves and the Both roads are represented by influ- ooanty. Are- entia! agents In Washington, anila glaace a. the gronnd We] atrong effor will be wade to secure inspires us with pride aad disap- that we kwe mick for oar paper a bo...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 21 December 1883
m AT T ■ * ,22,1888. V f. M# DWmou . ■k and good Liquors Ciaoo, Texas. 'J a lone biirhwarman i about miles of to w <Hend nd P troM for part ftTom, and solicit a oontin of Bose A nation of the same. eterjr style at Hart- Valices at Bps* A the two rook boosts —In view of the fact that next week is Christmas week and it being a time honored custom fpr country weeklies not to issue on Christmas wesk, we have concluded not to he an exeeption, consequently our next issue will be on the 4th of J n. 1884. We issue one day later this week, fur the reasons above stated, and to cn- ableall to bare a chance to get in tbeir Christmas ads. Tbe Job offioo will, however, be in operation all tbe week. We have put on four or five extra quires,and those who desire to seed * oopy of this week's paper to their friends can do so, by leaving a& this «Soe. And in this concoction, we desire - to extend our L.:-' W at Giaeo U a wEto* '' . w §£•*#' ai building an fc.u«£by adding to a* !w|tfc 14 ::r N ....
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 21 December 1883
all laan- lonld she get?" and -importau; we will ten mtppcr." And reeolutely away from her the tlisoot within hfr, she bustled had attained a sure footing in hisjSro- fessioc. He had a homo an veil as | u heart to oiler htr. And so, a.t the-1 days went I>y, unci hUi ii;^':: ;ofuristjti. DOMESTIC NOTES. mid iog things chcerfol and oozy. lit I'nuir to know j wonderful what a change, this tjirl, the alrcn-jtli of u with her fair factual graoeltil ways, patuion. f,o made in tlic dreary rooui. iler very naked her U) be In. preaence seemed to hght everything did not say him nay! With comfort. The mother noted it Thus, "after many days" tl with a sense of satisfaction, that cast upon the waters returns J nothing else brought into her barren her. Couthoi and |dunty one< life. Time had been when all was smiled ujion them—and l,tv dlfierent. " guardian angel of their home. Nellie (yon must have guessed ere now. the name of onr heroine) had often wept in secret over the loss of their fai...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 4 January 1884
m W mmsfeM * uLKV ji si'K't: iik bo\H TUtn <,ii iiih m:f\ /:v.s h.n i.: i\nAl3A>TY, SHAKELFOKD COUNTY, IfSpi TEXAS, 1 1*1 GENERAL NEWS. JA M'AHV 4, J8R4. NO. directly at the boje, who were together. Ted Norris *a perforated I with hlict and died soon rJt< r. (!t!.uido jNorriswas serioubi/ injure!. is wan | Griflin and McLaigfilni. It its thought Griffiri will also die. INDUSTRIAL BREVITIES. & wfnr* , Flammi diatrovcd the Kt. Ijoui* Glucotto works, it iSairt St. i.otiix, cauaicge low off40,000. Thk commissioner of internal reve-1 nnc has allowed 43,279 «d«im, for re-1 pl J ng ball near Paris, 111., w. oh tobacco and " ■'« amouutiu* ! ^ from the hands of Bruce " ^ ft: TRnrtoWWirtirr p--ri~ 1 Shirley striking a boy name I Asa tw tpeculators in Wasli-I Mapea, lti ye-rsold, bursting his eye- are offering to pnrebaee fliebe ^a">trom at a discount of 10 per cent., and steps to have a made in the in* Farmers in New Kngland experimented this year with large western corn with ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 4 January 1884
tkaMAi L>f« mm ww khforia, la A brilliant iadbpell- •fU* Mtttqr tef a la- Tbe OtlTM- M VmlMllM iscf laiibllity for wide eyread lewle-wiee la 1Vi m lbs |iNMn state admin m ■x of p*ta the entirs or oontagioua oar lead; the the ela'e bm In. I ratio; tbuwiiiii t^ fc^irrt«a metluuiiM, wetllh II 4 <y wd aw& ' ■M rbaa increased in # pro- i to bar aiater oountiee; •TU o Uwtppod the tiont • aaatfl i -akwbw roa to the Jty; the activity and r bnaineea men baa aided her prosperity, bntbnr , being anwe«n4ed tortile lends, the r- >the seat grmwng fieldi the terminus of a rail -foi a eoaotry, is the tree i end proeperity. We oca «• end count by the itfiiloan, mnneione end enterprises, new buii- iw Im The new which U (net being oom bee magniloont etrnct 'id en hoaer to nn wMmpt (o eey atooarbwldings have #1 ereotioe. nk.atoekcom ftfgttiitfad and il lie oapital in oer jtta| through la truth, Weeo Examinor: The News ner fbeleexeotly well exeept when it is tghtiag aome Democrat; hence its...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 4 January 1884
.V ''Vj;... Celebration KVI. 'af' Oblaaia' looked well and tr* - lete in tba a< •re mtlur end defied tba,pablu> eraok, onwlt tt l .bit waa aicto-. Tke fW l ill the little o at the Presbyterian M. 9. BRUCKNER, PURE DRUGS AND ' MEDICINES, rescriptions a , SPECIALTY. Rock-House - - - Tew- SCHOOL JUEPOftT. Followring ii • report of the Albany Pub- lic' Graded School for the mouth ending KriH^v TW 21«*. IW1: First Grade - —Go to Charley H rtfield and get • good iqnare meal. ,C J , - .. % Mr. J. W. Wigley «pen$ Christ- mu at bia homo in Minlola. —The fornUoro for the bank build- ing ba arrived and put in it place. —The Good took Beatauraot i> the place to get what yoa Wantpif^ and when yon pW. ' rfp • !> # RB&COU feof auaroid tema«| ■one of the to the fctteet extent ixjffiftt tjVi Hi o ttato pluMty ol to djepai iSiiillftitiM, . . iteeliev«li« p "■ (■;' ** .£* t t ja 9 a J" f~ < Q < 8 A Neweomb 79 yy Wm Dickenson 100 10(1 Nora Spears 100 100 Porter Barre £3 83 100 Lul...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 4 January 1884
fm lifte M dreared in bis best I not hate to go out again. He Wuldn and rtood at the door of St. Petri's I have done a thing. I never did see a rectory, CvA ' d ' man so overcome." ?' The world-renowned down and I When Uncle Jack was ngaiu in tumbler never fdi bo niauly as when! litidclhtrj;, Margery told lam the aimy he entered the inhiibUiV study aud > of Uic uncus man unci the rote, •aid: "I've achi'dl want christened. ,:J couldn't keep it," baitl Mtugery. I'mgoing to fnrriu part* neat Muck. "1 J ncw Fruit Moigcntiteru would I'd like il dpne in Jbnglainl. 1 don't have i-uolded, bat jnat then I wanted much myself; l nt 1 waul to to give that clown everything 1 had her np right., "I've mostly jMjpr he told the child's story un- MOacioudy telling his own. t Timothy was awkward and ill at CRte, but the Words be said came to the minis- like a strong ehord of music ten- Bnstaining the song of the httle "To-morrow will There will be a T be Easter day. at tit. Paul's, iter at 8," He J...