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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 19 March 1887

; I J v.- r ?v - A J J ; t ? "ft "" patricK property, which ho has pui clia-fod. Tho cotumou remark of strangers is that tho lowii of Strawn Is the prettiest located town ou tho T. & P. Kail Road. , Tho torms of our subscription is Si. 56 fn'rdvunce, and our tidvcrtit nionU aro collected quarterly ih ad- vance. Strawn nccros to bo tho meeting 5omt for aU Ireight-truina on tho T. & P.' as there aro Irun throo to live name ou.tbosido track almost, overy hour in tho ,duy. i y Stockmen's supplies a Specialty at P. K. JJudlej's tf 1 '4 This is a progressive ago, and business man who oxpoct to do bus- si ' ' i ' r " -' mess, will bo Couipollod to get them- selves bejoro tho public). Tboso who Go not will got left.. - i , The light running Tennesseo wagon, for salabyl'.K.Dndley, If Who will ho tho first to build a ' gin in Strawii, plenty of noodand water of easy access. On with tho . gin- , Kvcrybody rocs to X. K. Dudlqj's for liardware, groceries, arid pro ifions, tf Mr. John Mei...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 19 March 1887

CifsltornerBquaroi V I.Q PINTO, TEXAST I "J - w . W i . I 1 x v. u a cab (or mo. And be bo Enid ho would call to-night." And Kitty blushed pinker than over as she thought of tbo look which had accompanied the words. Horaco Jermyn did como tlint nighland admired tlio lilllo Hep5, as ho callrd her, more than over. Bataftcr.tbat," though j,ho called quite ircquontly,Jio never had the luck to find Kitty in, The sistenj were so torrj! But really their cousin was a Bad little gail-nbout, and of course they did not pretend to control her actions. And thereupon thoy redoubled their own tascinations to mako tho visitor forgot if possible nil thought of tho lit- tle rustic, as they dubbed hor between Ihonisolvcs. Tor Horaco Jermyn was an ' el- cgiblo of tho eligiblos," and Caroline and Harriet Fleming had resolved that ho should succumb to one or tho other of thorn beforo tho winter's campaign was over. A bittorly cold, dark afternoon in January; tho strecs and pavements wore covored with a c...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 March 1887

TT A 9 $,& .-rV,; , "fc. 'U -WAV J .. K ' 'T?"'"!'1'"?'"' "'i1 '"'MM'w''wfci i.iir.,a,Mi.'linlrif i.Vi?i!m.Ai.;. ,$ .r-"i -'w- Vp -f " " ' ' ' "V "T-! - i '' i , . ' ' ' , - '' 1 mU , ;. , .,Mt , iih M.fc f f nn'lU 4.1 , ....n- ...w .hi ), r v ; vy '"' v --- ir- - i 4" " r t PALO PINTO STAR ? l i ! " '! . 'ty M . k EstabllelTw -)unp 187G. "Lot Justice bo ilono 1 hough ttio Heavens Fall." SUBSCRIPTION, "$UiO PEK YEA. It VOL. 111. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO COUNTY; TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH; 26, 1887. NO, 42 1 kiJ& 'i t X VVHte House plan rs. Airs, Clnyclni.tl Strolllnc Aiuong tlio a Additions to tlio Conservatory. Among tho favorite pastimes of, tho young vlf6 of tlio president during hor hours of loisuco from the demands of her social ddtlcs Is u, visit to tho con- servatories of tho executive m.lnsion, soinellmcs alono and again with some calling lady fdendMo "enjoy tho select- ed boautles of plrrfit hfo of Iho ltfxuri- ous uud tiioic ginUl climes' of tlio warmer zones.., Siuco th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 March 1887

$fc ."; Xf O ivnv " U " ' q- "' - rt w . . :. . m ' ' 1 'II. mnr I'M' i mmmfiimmtmmimmmmmmiimkf'-.'- 1 , ' ' asz FALQ PINTO STAR J, C. HON. UTrtltor rmtt Pl-opt'r -m 'SATURDAY, AtAUOil.i2Cj887. Some of' the gard'uri iu Qloburn "have poa six inche liigti and corn largo enough to plow, fluit has toon br&ughf in'JShcrman :aaningt tlio 'Jiouaton . tin' Coirtral Railway involving thought o 85,000 'acres of land in Potter andJOldlintr) counties .At'12 m., midnight, of tlio 20tb a 'strange phenomeon wag peon in and neal-Docatur. .Lightening in blazing sheets plaod' upon tho ground and -over, the rook for hours, i. light, 'misty cloud, oyorhung tho town, go ing;from north to soutbj - 'The Prceidc.nt has named tho hoard 'ot lnter-stato 'commissioners. Jt is Thomas M.Cooly of Michigan, "Vm 11. Morrison of Ills., Augustus Shoon maker of Now York, A. F. Walker of Vermont, and Waller L. BrnireVof '-Ala. ' Tbe Houston Herald warm the anti prohibitionists to bo wide-awake in the following : T ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 March 1887

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 26 March 1887

2- a. f. tA I. , '" ! VJ , , . r i ib j IV ' $ uyl aMttiuUiMi WMWiln ! ' o r- -' ' NEWS FROM AUSTRALIA. United Statos Ahoad--Tho Famous , "Budkpyo" Wlna o Oront i Vlotory. AH .patriotic citlzen.4 will Join with .Messrs Aulttnau, Miller fc Co., of Ak- ron, Ohlo.ln general congratulations over the big victory which their "Light Draft BLKeye Folding Binder" gained nt ijhepparton, Victoria, Dee. li, 1880, over tnrlous competitors, by which the great national gold medal was won. The fol- low lug nrtlclc taken from the Melbourne Argus ot Dec, 1C last, tells how it wns done: The Argus snyst "The field trial leap- "Trt iitid liitulcrs ih connection with the Niitlcuiiil Show nt Shcppartou was held in Tuesday, the 14th instant, on Mr. (iutlirltg'B fiirm, nbout lw6 miles from ilhrppartou. Owing to the pressure of harvest work, crops in all directions being ripe, the attendance of farmer did not exceed 150, but great Interest was taken in the proceedings, As at the late liow, tho Judges placed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 April 1887

JF" , 4, ' v ? ,' " -, WjWffi V " SB fflV iK $ Vrf .tfk ns 'iiimiu t '-"'' , "ii h.'H'5 THE ALO PD STAR '" --- t f ..... .-...... - - , 'LotJuSlloobodonolbougthoHeavensrall." V7'5W ,J' '" ' f UTUtUPflON, $1.50 PfiU YEAR ?& EstablisJieoVVhitio 1870. WlfeBWi , vo: PALO WTO, PALOIOTO COUNTY, TEXAS, stoSRDl;fB33!i; 1887. . ' NO, 43 ' v. ' ffravy ,Util ! tcmt. t 1 , , J i L ' c 'i V, ABOLISHING HANGING. A Bill No.v liororo tho Pennsylvania Jjcclslnturc An Kloctrlcal Appa- ratus as n Rubstituto for tho Onllows. , Thdro Is now before tho lower branch of the' legislature, says The Philadelphia 1'ress, a bill whoao plirposo is hi effect tho abolition of physical, suffering' In tho execution of criminals. .I. was, in- troduced on Thursday lasjt by Kopro- scntatlvo Stuvcnson, of Lawrcnco paunty, ii gentleman well known for what is denominated by practical pollr tlclans us fancy legislation, and is in tended to so amend the penal coiio as to allow persons condemned to' doatli an option ucuy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 April 1887

' ' r , v.. ,. V V'(V',sSv.v ft ae P -4- ' i r" i U PALO PINTO STAR. .. O.SCN,lClltoi'atiaProit'r SATUIfDAY. APRIL. 2, 1887. Now Orleans Picayune: WJien lovely woman stoops to folly It is to pick lip a dado, Tho Ovorton Sbarp-Shootor enys : Nn politics in the contest tbia year.. It le only a question oi love of whiskey or lovo of country. According to the Whitehall Times' many talk tlio loudest nyainst sin whon thoy aro walking arm in arm with tho devil. The prohibition department of tho Goorgotown- Sun ,is beaded by tho lcacritl ; Nine hundred million dollars nnnu- ally spent for whiskey in iho United States, 80U.O00 wbiskuy paupers, 315, 000 criminals, 00,000 mon annually killed by whisky in the Uuiled States, liquor salon in Williamson county nn- nally 6200,000! What arL the voters going to do about it? The Suu suya,or tho types mako it pay. A prohibition execution committee has oponcd nn office in Waco for headquarters till altor tho oloction in August. The cummitte will oxcouto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 April 1887

s iCi. g-', mr ti (r 'y, - .r WcJiiiA ;' rates- ('. $ ' i , w j'U' mm. &' fe' C- &.. "&' fafiT.' . .tap &?." 33? 3 v Mi ifc 5; H v : : $&?& rEwri 1 &Vi s 1 ,', 1" -ft are (JWt UW Jr.' M & -':-. fa- v; MliO PINTO STAR. 8ATUKDAY APRIL 2, 1837, Kntored at the' postoffloe la Palo Pinto Texas, at second olass matter. , Local Matters. .... . CHURCHES. " T "CnnUTiAK ( church-"Rldor It". Olarlc preachWat' said church the 4th Sunday In &oh:mobth, Methodist church (south). Iter. 0. R. Bhapard, P. C. Services 1st Bundav in oach month, at the M. & church. Prayor meet- ing each Tuesday night, Sunday School, every Sunday at 3 o'clooll in the aftornoon. Baptist. Slaughter Valley church. Rev- G, W. Slaughter Pafltor. Services 2nd Sunday Ir. each month at the Baptist church , (Palo.Pinto Baptist Church Z. T. Eaton, , Factor. Service 8rd Sunday in each month, 't'tho Metnodist church. SOCIETIES. A.. V. & A. M. Palo Pinto Lodge, Ko. J19, meets Saturday night ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 April 1887

rywHi '"TC J ' A f ' The' Artists' Club, otBt Louts, h ''pfR- Bed out," and Chicago grins ud grins. Quick work. To do a thing qntcklr and at the fame time thoroughly win unfailingly ecure attention. This It said of Sanation OU, the great rheumatic icmedy. William Dean Howells celebrated hit fifti- eth blthday a couple of weeks ago. A Couoii, Cold, on Bona TnrtoAT should not be neglectedi Dkown's Bronchial Troches are a simple remedy andglvc prompt relief. 2ct9. a box. There are about ten million trade dollars waiting to know If their redeemer ltveth. How to Qain Flesh and Strength. Use after each meal Scott's Emulsion with Hypopbosphites. It Is as palatable as milk, and easily digested. Tho rapidity with which delicate people Improve with Its use Is won- derful. Uso It and try our weight. Asa remedy for Consumption, Throat affections and Bronchitis, it Is unequalcd. Pleaso read: "I used Scott's Emulsion In a child eight months Old, with good results. He gained four pounds In a very ...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 9 April 1887

TMJ7-" T K THE PALO PINTO STAR Established Judo 1876. "Lot Justice-bo'doncffhoUgh tho 'Heavens Fall." SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR VOL. 111. - PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO COUNTY, TEXAS, SATUEDAY, APRIL 9, 1887. NO, 44 ' Ca.pt. Eads leaves an ostato worth fully 100.000 Man. OxrEL is traveling and lectur- ing in southern California. Ex-Vice PncsipKiVnEELitK is re- ported 111 at MaloheN. Y. Caiu. Scnuitz is still suffering con- siderably from his rucont accident. Since' tho adjournment of congress a marble bust of John C. Calhoun has been placed in tho sonato gallery. King Humbeiit of Italy novor dances. Queen Margaret always takes part in two or three quadrilles at coUrt balls. Miss Sonne Bakunin, tho daughter of the Russian agitator, is a studont of medicino at tho University of Naplos. Loud Tennyson has written a morn- ing and evening hymn for tho boys of tho Gordom home, Portsmouth. Tho boys actually refused to stand ono at midday. Pbof. Haeckle has gono to Asia Min- or, where ho will s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 9 April 1887

7 ', f -"; af , s? "V . ssaesaas PALO PINTO STAR. .. O. HON, Kdltor uttdrroiit'r SATURDAY, : APRIL. 0, 1887. Whatovor hnrd things may bo aid ol tho Cftiotb congress nltor it starts to grind, thoro ia ono glory ol which it cannot bo robbed. Willinm Mahono will not bo a member. Gaiuavillo Register. Ben HpanJauer, wno sworo awny tbo life of Mrs. Surralt. has boon arrested in Bnltimoro for putjury ana ouior cirmes. All tlio persons who wore instrumental in tbo murder of that innocont woman have come to grief. Now OrcanesStatcs. o It is estimated tbnt of tho 53,000 pom masters in tho country Cloveland lias cbangod 45,000 oi Ibem. Tbcro is more howling among spoils Dem- ocrats ovor tho half -dosen Republi- can postmasturs appointed by Cleve- land than tbcro is rcjoiecing ovor the 44,081 Democratic postmasters which 'wo could novcr get till Olevo- land came. Well, indeed, may slal wart Republican journals exclaim: Civil service sbool Jackson him- self could not have dono worse. YVIiat1 (ho...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 9 April 1887

tnw IOMtMnUtMK13HC9nH iKtoi&uAwuMtai EK2SK38EC ,' i '4' :i.i , f w , "V r. J' - r PALO PINTO STAR. , r HATURDA.Y ArBUi 9, 'tB87. rt,'1 , Uttered nt the .poslofllcn In Palo Pinlc- ", , jf" Texas, aa second elms matter. : Local Matters, OHUEOHES. CnftisTlAN ohureh., HIdor It. Olark preaches at said church the 4th Sunday In each month, ( ' Methodist church (south). Rov. 0. R. Bhapard, P. C. Services 1st Sunday in each friouth, at the Mi & church. Prayer meet- ing each Tuesday, night, Sunday School, every Sunday at 3 o'clock In tho afternoon. Baptist. Slaughter Ya'loy church. Bov. G, W. Slaughter Pastor. Scrvlcos 2nd Sunday It. each month at the Baptist church Palo Pinto Baptist Church Z. T. Eaton, Pastor. Scrvlco 8rd Sunday In each month, t the Metuodist church. SOCIETIES. A. V. & A. M. Palo Pinto todgo. No. . v 819, meets Saturday night of, or precceding & ' oach full moon In their hall. aw.iassiK.w.M. ' J. II.' Baker, Sec'y. K. & Hf-Palo Pinto Lodge. No. 2375 ri m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 9 April 1887

7'' p p, . ?,: x N. n DOMESTIC HINTS. rOTATO LESION TUDDING. Thrao ounces of potatoes, tho gratod rind and jtttce of two fine lemons, throe ounces of whlto stigtu', two ouncos of btittor; pulo oft tho lemon pool with Jumps of sugar, bent them and add to tho other Ingredients boll tho potatoes and peel them, mixing all togothor with the lomon julco and two beaten eggsj bake it slightly. iiemsii. Put stnlo bread crumbs into a sauce- pan with cream, salt and popper. When tho bread has absorbed the cream or milk, break In a few eggs and fry as oineletto. LITTLE LOVES. Tako a quaiter-pouud of fresh butter and beat it to a cream. Add four tti- blespoonfuls of fine Hour, two ounces of loaf sugar, ono ounce of candied peel cut into thick slices, six sweet and six bitter almonds blanched and cut length- wise. Mix these ingredients together, form them into 1 omuls and bako them 'u six pattypans. LEM BOUP. Peal and slice six largo onions, six potatoes, six carrots and four turnips; fry them in...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 16 April 1887

,0 r ' i .' N (4KwhU THE PALO PMTO STAR f E: Established Juno 1876. "Let Justico bo tlono though, tho Hoavons Fall." SUBSCRIPTION, fcl.50 PER YEAR YOIi. 111. PALO PINTO, PALO PINTO COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 1G, 1887. NO, 45 Tl lK A TONGUE teat gave a oabpet-stbetoker mhoe trouble. Tremendous SwelUnjj of That Sensltlvo Member-Taken Co the Hospital anil an Operation Performed On It-The Jawbone Sawed Through-The Entire Tongue Re- moved and Restof ed-Llfe or Doath? Siwqil and. Out of Danger. Martin Hogan bus, been a patient nt Mount Sinai Hospital for several months, says a Now York special to The Cincinnati Enquirer. His caso is ono of peculiar interest. Hogan is nbout forty yoars oki, and for tho last iitteen yoars has been n tho employ of n largo carpet firm ns an expert Jayorof carpets. Whon lio had boon but a lit- tlo whllo in tho business ho fell into tho habit ot all tho workruon in his line, of carrying a moutliful of tacks while at work;. It was not thought that any seriou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 16 April 1887

w rivi ;"' "i t"K J '- ( tf ft gmtc?m.TdBcac-7TT7urem.v-J't'r-gn fattreCTrsiiaJt.aaECTTcniruroai PALOVPINTO STAR. r. o. fcJoN.icaitoX'ivnaPfopL'i' SATURDAY, AP1UL, 10, 18$7. Not by n liolil triuvo but by wsid uous approaches u pc.oplo'9 1 barties lost, IHoroitl , vigilance- ia tlio p i !cq 'of liberty,--Alv'amdo Bale- tin. ' A loitstitulioiinl ninendintnt pro- viding for wowniiB suficrngo will h'o voted upon in New Jorsy dming tltw inontb, i . m . i i ' TI19 tmitod labor parties ticket wapdolouted inObiciiKO Tuesday by n big majority. Tbe Democrats and Republicans voted togcthoi for llio llcpnblican candidato for mayor. f!'lio next great moial crusndc alter tlmt agiiribt whisky is over, will bo one against tobacco. Then willconio in regular waves opiiim, beuip, clilo- lul, chloroform, and bo on to the end. Waco Examiner. , 9 o , Wcntlserforil Dots. To the Palo 1'jmo Star. ll&iu lias beon fdlling licio jiuca caily this morning (Wednesday.) Tbo Huo of tbo Wontheilord and Cleburne ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 16 April 1887

,. a J , P c WJ W. ftMrifteMSwcari VjAjto4Aai-yfiaApiAjaa'ai-si , WTwViFS , I' ' $i BALO PINTO STAR. SATURDAY AWllT, III. 1RH7. &iu . ' , lAjilitCrcd At tho nnstoltteri in Pnln Pinto StrToxiM. na second class matter. v5.'"'r-7'' '".' ' ""--' lxLooa! Matters. SHLffli .i i r ' l.Ji t,i churches. ninrk i"r? , pfcnchcs fit said church tlio 4lh Sunday In crv each, month. ' .j,., fi.jv-.-SlKTiiontsr church (south). Rev. 0. It. '?'$ fShafwrd, 1'. C. Services let Sunday In oach 'jfmontb, at tho M. E. church. Prayer moct- ,, j " ( lng'cach Tuesday night, 'jC-''4 Sunday School, every Sunday at 8 o'clock ,sf in tho afternoon. '.AfeVAtTifcT. Slaughter Vnlloy church. VJtyv. Oi W Shutglitor Pastor. Services '.? 2nd, Sunday ir. each month at tho Haptist bf i church' .4' Paitor. Scrvlco 8rd Sunday' in each month. i-tXnt tho Motnodist church, JyM tUO M S";..H iTh Tho Star is Inboring now under ( ihodrouih and a boycott. 'jr N r -r-Ir. D. M. Hood and family o .jt'-jJontnguo, are vleitinir in our ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 16 April 1887

wm'l'vM iJ4JBi ! T ' ' 111 M-JJI--MlV-, . 4 nri'' m , r9 !-'- Tortures of Germany. Ob, the awful diabolical Ingenuity of thoaa tortures! The thumb screws, tho ,8pa!ah boot, the bod of ease, which la long narrow plunk, about ten feet long, studded tnlcklj with wooilcn spikes, not ebarp euouch to reallr cutthellesb, but only to bruise, pierce antl mangle It. Abore this Is a big roller, also studded with spikes an! movable, so that when the Tlctlm was placed naked on the bed and drown up and down on It by ropes attached t his feet, the roller at the same time moved over his body. Then there were masks that crushed In the face, ladles from which molten lead was poured Into the ears and palms of the hands; the "easy chair," like the bed, onl the Tlctlm sat and was rolled. The "Spanish donkey," something like a saw-horse, with a very narrow plank upward, upon which the naked victim was seated, his (or her) arms bound backward, and with very heavy Iron weights attached to the feet. There w...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 23 April 1887

pa i, ' tz '. TT7 r-.r w 't$ x-' V, 11 1 to "o 'J B is ; 'A 1.i.i, ' u ?&, J ...tfrfl! cry .'; a.1? , ' p 'niwi A ifAW & .,?; fc , " r. ;i 'Wiir - IP r ft , ". W.fc . I . . ', .,."! tim? ' ....,. ' '4, . iv-ifeRWH' r. .." .."" '!- t(5Xi, 111. iFALD, PWJaO, .110 -PIMO COTNT, TEXAS, SA'TOKbAY, APItlL 23, 1887, NO, 46. ifwpf V - " ,' ., ' n a . s , ' r 'WT-V. SI- ..! . fi f ..", ' L O V S.J , . .. I . ' ' ' ,r T, . - , T " . '.' t t 'hah i i i i i". i, m i r . i.n ii) i- 'I I ...-.,.,. , f mm, .' ''"""'"' '' i n i i i 1 - - ' . v It .' ,, T "'J' , ' .," T 7 T1 r"li , - . - ' " ' ' ' ' ' ""- l-ll '.!! in g - J-'1-'' ' ' ,;; '-WW" V , ';; ,. -LJJ: ., i; ,:a ..LH. Hen J1' ' :. " . SUiisoiUPTION, U.s6 PER YBAn . '' ' ' BUTTOrlS FROM TREES, Tho Cargoes of ICurioiiN Nuts, Inpqrl- j,t oafrmiiieAnaean'a;inio"J?i:u .fBi'ioliljna'ffle reporter. vandojed - r'pirp' fitov'ds -the, othbr U11? iRi'ounil "Iioaps of yellow Yucatan Wstlc and pfnk.IJraziliair bar- 'jvooii, eords. .'of' Bpuh'os,Ai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 23 April 1887

TV A J 4? W h O1 ,6 ? " 'l n rP. n' 0 ft M tf tf ewf .0 0 r,j r 0 a A' O y, i ? 'H y ? o ;.i i tf n . j?Xlo tmto STAR. kiv a.oM,3j2aitor,una6it'i SA-TtfttDAY, Al'BIL, 23.1887k Wo nottco from tlw Rookwull Cotinty News, that Royes City is having a largo juvnnilo ininiigintlotf just now. Tho nnti-prohibUionist'hnvo begun to organize. Meetings aro being calf in iho several couutics and cluso orguniisatifjn'effocted. .. Hon. Frank Kolley u prominent negro of Oil Id .veil county hits taken up tho anti-prohibition club and is mauling his colorod brothron round right lively. ' - Govcnor Maiuiadtiko of Mo., hns vetoed Ihobill'cxempting bcnovolent, roligious and other institutions from tho poncval piovisions'of tho insur- ance) law. n Tho Philadelphia Bnllotin caUs Becrotary Fireohild's attention to tho fact that thoroji a largo amount of fraudulent importation of lion adn steel coiog on. Senator Coko hns spread bio mnnt- lu wido.aud statod that ho would Btump tho stato for prohibition Seymou...

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