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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 15 January 1886

ts; "SS-efcAW . 3RR "'" :l SS8fe County News. mmmv .-1 . . . .! . j . l! ! fc" - .VSs-iV $"' ."-r --. .: - rfff1- it-v - j.--z .' Vi' i ' mwvur B1 - . .: .- i J i a . 1. -" . - --.i- - - - k i mMmMitmmm - - - -IZ:::: taMimth ISv -''t - at Bi i m m m 1m a? m assBalBBBnBWulB29Bw r .. - 1 B 1 - M -JLJl. Jl. X-JV X W SHHbs0S2hS . E s - S? rMt t IT FT 1 1 ; 1 I? V rs-;. a- v Lfcr K3rS j- Ef .. rJ3?-P- V-V -l C"VtS- Met ii !5.v?!r"rtir " " tifS" 3.. .L1r j "ciF v ' ijr ?j 'I' YOLmiE 1. Church IHrectry. MrnioDisT Epmcopal Socth: Rev. putor. Breaching every 8unday at 11: 00 a. m and 7: 30 p.m. Prayer meetlnr everv Thandav nieht. Sundi lay Schools :30 a.m. Battwt. Bev. Bennett Hatcher pas- tor. Preaching every Sunday at 11 : 00 a.m. and 7:30p.m. Sunday School at 80 a. ra. Prayer meeting Wednesday nights at 7:30 o'clock. Church Confer- ence alter praver meeting Wednesday following the fourth Sunday in each month. Ladiesf Aid Society meets ev- ery Friday evening at 4 o'clock Eriscmuu Church of...

Publication Title: Taylor County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 15 January 1886

ifrj-syi $$ 3- ?. -: j p ;. r : -' -3 WHJFUB f.rnt i i r.l ' h -- KpEyHattXjLr ESaBi a-Wiuo vs re? "-TiE!- r r - VV'ift fclr. i' i' ..i 1F: . X- .VfeTJ- . ilA M "; SSI1 ! r 5" - tv'J'- rz.-. ttijr'rWT -".tw SEE - ' - - - - - - - - JJC"7. -rr syrf' m.i &V 5 Kl i-rax tx: BT'u?arJurr-;-i - a1 "- r."-JV r . l f MAMOND-OUTTtNO. SSi'. 7 - kfc-Wl " jt . J --w - -" A reporter w jttteriay a practical ttwtratiott aflhe old adage of'dia- aotd ot riTwfioai! - A jewelry-fcoojE m Slate atreet near Warfilngfan pol- )has aad raaaU More dfamoade tkaa wj other hooe iaihe Wcet. 'The dii- moad "mechaaio'i' eaid yesterday: . "We cat few diamonds in the rough; that is few in proportion to the number of old diamonds we recnt and polish. Why? Qkf-ike work very ranch more expensive and it is cheaper to import them already polished and pa- the duty on them. The finest workmanship is done in Amsterdam. Labor is very cheap there and the polishers arc very skillful. People talk of 'cutting' dia- monds but w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 15 January 1886

I -s i V i 1 T -' 'A s3. v; L JW-"-T.J - XL-i V -IT BSHfCLAt" if. T vl ess-- ' ' --3as Kfc'-sr . - .'il .civ -. -"." -v- J 3&. . . '- ay- -- H 0 1 tVv . ' I .RECORD OF THE YEAR. Wan Brthqaakem Orlmo. Aool- deats and Fatalities. The World la Mialatare JInjr Deeds la Mny Lindt-How History Warn Xtu from. Day to Day in 18S5. JAKCTAKr. 2. Dvnnralte explosion on underground rallroa'l in l.onlon; earthquake shocks de- stroy Alliimn Snaln. 4. Kartliu ikes at Lttponla. K. II 5. (ron;re-s reassembled. Governor Grover Clevel md of Now York rentem: 1. Sonata pa-tcd Oregon Cen- tral land for.'eUuro bill. Home pss3l oon- lon nptropr atlon bill: tho s'esmar Ucllo Shrcveporr. with 1W passengers -iboar 1 slnlca in the Mlssissinpi at Island M. KuIand ex- tend protection to Pandoland. South Africa 8. House passed Iteatjan Inter-State com- merce bill. Mmis. fslovls-llurhes acquitted of the murder of l. 5 rln in I'.ins. 9. Attempt d asaissln.itlou of Thomas Plielun In O'Donovan IioasaN New York olll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 15 January 1886

"-- "B!lBS?3hi- " -" '-UT p "' ?. ' - &-. Wtf T" . - r ;ki 1S'P '. ;&-' K' i4 r V TBTA1M1 COURT HEWS. JU MWBT rmfellsker ami Frap'r. ABILENX TEXAS. JiMOfTA. Ltwry.Editor. FRIDAY JANUARY 15185. "Doc" Dillaid of Llano county committed suicide by taking mor- phine on the 5th inst. - Galveston had a genuine snow storm on the 12th inst Snow fell 4o the depth of six inches. A negro child was frozen to 'death at Bound Bock last Satur- day night. Revenue Collected During 1885. Special to the Fort Worth Gazette. Austin Texas Dec. 31. The fol- lowing are the grand totals of cash receipts at the comptrollers office for the year 1885 : General reven- ue $1816576.92. School fund $2- 162584.74. The total receipts at the general land office for the year were $51531.05. The report of a parallel road to the Texas & Pacific across the plains can only be the merest talk. The Santa Fe may intersect tho Texas & Pacific at Abilene and at Big Springs via SaD Angelo but will never build a p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 15 January 1886

a JtSesfw-m i - -"v-- HW5L A'-!?. J : V3P& Triv '"i cr-v- - i 1 . " te'iNr' v r..-tf.i'ii ' ; frs-'ivtt3 ' 53BSniAi; N 't .rr.TA. - i ; fe-fMSSL: . - 5sej"i. ?- :.ji ft."f - irA:y- T .'iff Itt EHiVf ir MCTr ?. i"l r rjTi e. 4 1 I SijV J If yon want to KILL Yotir Prairie Dogs get THE Celebrated California PRAIRIE Dog Exterminator. With it you can kill the Prairie DOGS at a total cost for both material and la- bor of only 3 to 5 CENTS AN ACRE at P. H. CARTER'S Pine Street. TEE TAYLOE COUNTY NEWS. 9 AXES A. LOWBT Publisher and Prop'r. JLBILEXE -1i - - - - TEXAS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy threfe months 30 cent. One copy one year $1.50. ADVERTISING RATES. Regular advertisements 50 cents per lach per month column measurement. Transient advertisements $1 per inch per month. Legal advertisements $1 per inch. Local business notices 10 cents per line the first week and 5 cents per line fr each additional week. Professional cards on first page 8 per year. Half page and page advertipemen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 15 January 1886

" :-' IWil'MW. i. i " 1 ''. --w.- -i ; ssssci---.' t - T-aafc;.-"- ' -- j I - --iw - :.- .ijVi'" "TSCTiJ- I &$ . "C ?2U ' -Ts-rf? gT-- fT7?;-T i"-' r . " lic-"-' t t- '-. . -. -. - v. trta!: S-. i"i.Jyi .vr - s?gr-- -1 -w . rM .---'aaBaBaBaaiaiw -? .i !'' TAYLQBCOUMMS. i JAKES X. LOWKT P.UUkw ui Pnyriator. ABILENE. - - - TJvXAS NEWS AND NOTES. Soutuiy f Iprtant Ercmti. Joshua B. Lipfincott head of the pub- lishing house of J. P. Lippincott fc Co. died at Philadelphia Pa. on the 5th. Thx New York Elevated Railway engi- neers gained a victory in adjusting their troubles -with the companies on a nine- hour basis. Rkv. Arthur O. Breckmajt died at Baltimore Md.t on the 5th. He was an exile from Germapy and came over with Carl Scburz. A representative of the French Gov- ernment is to be sent to inspect and report on the condition and prospocts of the Pan- ama Canal. Owing to the refusal of tho Egyptian Government to sanction a modification of the treat the work of deepening the Suez C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 15 January 1886

W(PWPS? f. tJn Er- 1"' 3V rfT ." -a? ZK 3 T Fc .v V vc-i te ??pi "Vsj' ish ssfv vSiJS5kr TCiWSWsP JU.-w--r.-Sr'.-J 1 r : V I. l ' -VJ- -l PHk MI1--J . C Kwtu 1; f 1 I i I J K " I r if ' ' Tffi WM aim nws! '- -J JUUi A. L9WBT raMtohtraai LAWNE. TEXAS ? BT THE GATE OF THI SEA. y David Christie Murray -Author or "A Momo. Fatttsb A Lite's Atokemxht" Etc. "CHAPTKB L It was in the Bays of the last dynasty of the dandies and anybody under the age of thirty who spoke with the accent of Christian pagan or man could Bcarcely be accounted a gentleman k "She is a faine creachaw" said the Captain "a davylish faine crcachaw an exceptionally faine creachaw." The Lieutenant echoed the Captain's nconiium and the pair struck into formidable altitudes at the porch of the theater little knots of country peo- ple gathered on the other side of the road and surveyed the two gentlemen who were attired in evening dress and knew themselves to he objects of inter- est and admiration. M.. (Jibus had just given...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 15 January 1886

i' PIHflPtt!S5f-t M ss&sa i s? S? vtt&a&&X' - SIKSSItrSSsii -" . " r- .: f - sr9.rrv.-r-?is-.i'-"!-.". - - - r - arf ?&-x-vf-'v - . Ji -in. A?i?ri"r i rtt V '. r HKffiw- T ET " i .1 Rar" 3&SWS a R-Ti - -i . i M S4.5v - fcI-b . Rrcr W'i 'Sfca' msssBxss&u iHUiP3mmMt 3? rar--S!s i?'-T. K 5--k K5& W iff MR -' -" . IP 1 i . SfiSL " ' ; i ' life ; J ' - lll 'lj;. ifc- r: aH '-4 .$! ! '7- 1 i. 1 '.-u ' ; j-i' ' " 1 t.f'' rf. i- ... -f t rj- r iii. h t .Ti.-Tiu.xf.widM -..... T i sxr&gef ! 1 H HVTW. BIIIMlb b. ?- - rrrj. t-. - ?f yk0XJ9a r .'. . TEXA8. rnKstsmammmmmmmoBsmasssssssssss TeiMltoto lTwsIte .. 4B Cottwi H tL redrnoe the crop of ; Texas to 1110000 bales. Small-pox preralls to an alarming ex- teat in Presidio county. A $800000 wagon factory has been started at Tyler. Beeville.is exultant over the A Pass railway as an assured snccess. Honey wove is still receivlne cetton in large amounts. Alrando reports business Ipulshln for the past month. A Ger...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 22 January 1886

" ' - . mhhim i r . ; JZ . m .. "he Taylor hb County News i - i 1 C" hr: L I P. m s. u SK is r FiMi rr i L:t r ? r j- Ai: r k zr ln & . - v K4 llJ &iir rOLQME 1. Chi irch Directory. iopi it ErrecoPAi Sotrrn. Rev. - past r. iTeacnmar every bunaay :00 a. oi.. and 7: 30 p.m. Prayer ttinc ev ay Thursday night. Sunday lool 9 : 3j a.m. t AtrrfcT-"Rev. "Bennett Hatcher pas tor. Preachirijr every Sunday at 11:00 '. in. and r:30pm. Sunday School at 90 a. m. ' 'rnver meeting W'edneeday nhts nt 7 : W o'clock Church Confer ence alter i raver meeting Wednesday followinif tie fourth Sunday in each month. wLa ies' Aid Society meets ev- " try Friday e renin at 4 o'cioct- EpiscopaiI -Church of the Heavenly kest: servic a every Sunday by - on the first and third Bundav of eai h month: lay services on second and fo irth Sunday. Hours 1 1 : 00 a. m. and8 : C 3 p. m. Sunday-school ev- ery Sunday ai 3 1 00 p.m. Christians -Lord's WAV Bchool and eo- cial meeting at 3 o'clock p uii every Sunday at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 22 January 1886

-; "mtm-r spgpa -'l p? .-j '' -f P-'j!t. 4- ?i IP ?ivtmr.vJ ? . . ' ".tfiSsJ '. rfei fv yi tvs vik ' .'n rVr .. ri f wilSsS srv .vti -rt- ?!. I N4 r xXX. THU mm F? rf-i S5L J3- .-? 53 s;- PV r- $ IS l-t- fe S4 I sU l ? .;K 5s ess.; j. t" - utawii 7 ?t;. 2 " tViniUb1 MkitWblf dtKribtd la th Confeciaa fiiimiplitMt pMMgt .poking of ft PrimwwfcoappHed klrelf to govern w0; Stfe-gut by puttfrg hUhotue JiftoioriUr. Hi chief care was to ng2a1iiiWftfa. lie applied him- wtf above D to rectify his incli&a- tiow.' He labor-ad vary much to invig- orate hie molitions. In order to etreagthea hk reaolotta is he stroTeto eetafcliah hir tboaghta. Finally to es- tablish his thought he aspired to reasoning even of the p rimal origin and final end of all creature t and formed to himself a clear idea. Ix effect the clear idea of the origin and ei id of all crea- tures established his thoughts. His thoughts being est-Wished these strengtliened his resolutions. His reso- lutions being confirmed. thc3c ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 22 January 1886

MfeOTpP I ' " . '.-' 'I i 3S ?& fS" ' ?"& -i -J T. i. . StiJ"- ' m I tm i i IS B""at. A - . s- iw BP r STILL ALVE. MatwH-.laa.1laa th aim ay ' mi tfca BeaaMlea I tha DtaMiHT JUt BTjm4 th Ca iatiy. There is hardly an' good Repub- lican who roted for Jlaine in 1884 who may not do aometl ling for his own political education by f iving a portion - of whatever time he sel i apart for med itation at the beginni ag of the new year to the considerate n of the fears about his country from which the ex- perience of 1885 has delivered him. There wero intelligent nen we know many of thenn ouraelv js personally who thought one 3Tear ago that the election of a. Democrat to the Presi- dency would produce some terrible financial disaster so gr at as to threaten social order. We ci n recall one wealthv and still active and prominent Republican who predicted with much solemnit' in Novembei 1884 that in one vcar from that df te workingmen wonfd in the bitternes i of their suffer- ing be knocki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 22 January 1886

MVP H'H.' - n tf BP sAwm I K - to n ii- "sy a TIE TAILOR COUNTY HEWS. A LOWBT Pnbllihisr andFrop'r. ABILENE - TEXAS. James Zk. Lowry Editor. "FRIDAY JANUARY 221880. A special session of the Kansas sblature is being held at Topeka. le; A very destructive fire occurred at Cleburne on the 17th inst. An Odd Fellows Loilge was or- ganized at Anson last week. Tyler had a considerable ii e - 41 f4 rtPrP 7. i village is to be just what its eiti- c . .land m the state of Texas. Besides: - . . z . Itief. Roftirrlor . There is a movement on foot in .loan opera Rill G. C. & S. F. railroad. Midjand is thinking of taking steps to become an incorporated town. Jinr;Courtwright the Reputed New 3fexico desnerado was . . . ..:. estcd at Denison on th? 20th inst. Cattle are reported tc bo suffer ing for water in tho neighborhood of Brady. A bill was introducer! in Pnn-. gross a few days ago providing for A young lady was burned. death last week in Comanche coun ty. She was stan dine before the bJ I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 22 January 1886

'1 1 & "Y?-. !- rr-1i5s5yiB3l- i-uHilV- iW'v c"" 1 ..Ur yV .r . wkr.. -v -i-v . iwl-- i. r - "x . .; - ta. jrf .?. .V-A' &- . A $afev rs-."ur ErST r: i Jk J-g-- SB tTJ. i3? JI i If you want to KILL Yoiif Prairie Dogs get THE Celebrated California PRAIRIE Dog Exterminator. With it you can kill the Prairie DOGS at a total cost for both material and la- bor of only 3 to 5 CENTS AN ACRE at P. H. CARTER'S. Pinetreet. THE TATLOE COUNTY NEWS. JAUES A. LOWKT Publisher and Prop'r. ABILENE TEXAS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On copy three months no cents. One copy one year 1. ."(). ADVERTISING RATES. Regular advertisements; oO cents ae lBcn per inoniu coiunm ineahureiuciu Transient advertisements i per inc4 per month. Legal advertisements ?1 per incl Local business notices 10 c Une the first week and y cents perjia fr each additional week. Professional cards on first page". VKL: year. Half page and page advertis anta i will have special terms given on : lkf-T "a"r lion. Orders bv mail promptly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 22 January 1886

L MHKs&sfi VJ??' ? -- -K W-J ; JaBf s . . s-r .TT. I -"- ! w V? SI V THE TAYLOR COUNT? H JAMK8 JLJ4OTBY. Faklkktr mi rnfrtolir. ABILENE. .-- - - TEXAS. NEWS AND NOTES. Suuury f IprtaJnt Events. recent illses of the Frincesi l Wales it said to have been at attack of diphtheria. A okcrkx granting amnesty to French political convict has been signed by Pres- ' (dent Grevy. Ths King of Bavaria has forbidden his Cabinet to interfere with his exchequer and they threaten to resign. m M. Pasteur on the 13th refused to in- oculate Sullivan of Boston as seventy days had passed since he was bitten. m Mormons in Arirona are creating some alarm by asking arms of the Governor to protect themselves as they say from In- dians. The value of the exports of mineral oils for the twelve months ended December 31 3885 were $19214281 against $49103511 the year before. A memorial on the silver question has been addressed to tho President of the Mexican Republic by the National Cham- ber of Commerce. A La...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 22 January 1886

v: fT -rwmmm WrW' vr -.! C '0v& iC. &- i J. -- JUgM PlBV-' K&fe.?5 - i. T" K35 r US w U &r V-J- I 4 k- K .V ' COfflTYSm r JAMES JL LWBT PltJltlT IFuyetotai. ABILENE ' - - - TEXAS BY THE GATE OF THE Sli By David Chrtetif 'Murray Author or "A Mopbx Fxrntn MA Lira's ATOHBXBNT" JEtg. CHAPTER I. Coiriscen. Contrary toTrcgarthcn's expectation no immediate action followed upon his refusal of tLe Major's ultimatum. A day or two went by and he was simply disregarded. No brother officer came near him: he heard nothing about the continuance of his arrest or its discon- tinuance and after waiting in his own quarters uutil the sense of tedium be- came too marked to bs easily endured he wrote a careful little missive to the Colonel requesting to know what form the charge against him would take and when it would be preferred. In re- sponse to these inquiries came a letter from the Adjutant informing him liiat the character of ihe charge was under consideration that he would receive...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 22 January 1886

' JRil.Vfr.' rJ'I.'-' F - ". - .-. 5ytr fiW J55ISfcS -x it '-" t 3' a itf-or-SsT-P . ' (-J. a-rn v. :-- ' i- :l $m as " ! L'H I i l raj- . ! . i UIi A. MW1T Pa.Ua.Mr MFrp'r. AWL-WI TtXAS. Texas State ITtws Items. Trom'.Oar Exchangea. .-- A negro infant froze to death near J-ongview last week. . Luling has just paid the annual Inter- est on her school bonds. The greenbackers are organizing for the coming campaign. The boya of Eastland are enjoying themcelves skating on the Lean. Work has commenced on the founda- tion for the federal building at Waco. Hog cholera is slaying the hogs ot Fi- lot Point in Denton county. San Antonio suffered a loss by Are of ?40000 last week Collinsville in Grayson county was badly damaged by fire last week. " Kyle in Hays county had a $10000 fire last week. The second of March will be the fiftieth anniversary of the independence of Tex. Wagons crossed lied river on the ice on the 9th inst. near Denison. Smallpox continues to spread a little' in San Anton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 29 January 1886

ii'aisaa r t i 'If " -i f I I JhiiL. I" -I !- . -T' C V rViiij i' L t- County Ne PET lfifiS9i9fc--9K9Hesi The Taylor h F f & : A Wsskly Ifww-DiTtUI ts tas 8tock-rtiiif Agriottltaral Mintnl EduniitifJ- tod stair Ififersfts tf Ikjlsr Conaty Tu. VOLUME 1. ABITENE. TAYLOR OOIOTTY. TEXAS FRIDAY. JANUARY 29. 1886. Church Directory !CmfODi8TKn8caPAL!Soirrn. Rev. J. Kf B.Hyder pastor. Preaching everySnnday !5- at 11:00 a. m.. nnd 7: 30 p.m. Prayer meeting everv j.uunsuy uigui. ouhubj ' School 9: 30 a m. Barnsr. Rev. Bennett Hatcher pd tr." Preaching every Sunday ftt 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Suntfny School at :30 a. m. Praver meeting Wednesday nights at 7: 30 o'clock. Church Confer- ence after prayer. meeting Wednesday following the fourth Sunday in each month. Xadlea'Aid Society meets ev- ry Friday evening at 4 o'clock Episcopai- Church of the Heavenly Best: Bei vices every Sunday by - J on the first and third Bandar of each month: lay services oh aecond and fourth Sunday. Hours 11 : 00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 29 January 1886

'I. - '5t J1 "?$?''&;'$&& ' i4"3SS2Q 't' OTF : yyY Vgf&a ' mBBs&Bmi&&&& ;9r iMJissSAvvlJ?? UXUH32fZ'IXSr1itt j3t-Rstf?r- IT. HKe" 7 "" sa Ti ' w - --. -..--. CfcrtrW wiGoetka kt bet discover ' ' . - T IU uwb wnw ma Hm leal wimm of England are imr to pay. Within a few yean 169 mines have been closed and 30000 men thrown out of employment. The Nouvdle Sevtte announces that Princess Beatrice who is "very pious" has had several verses of the Bible em- broidered upon every article of linen in her trousseau A French officer has invented a rifle which can be loaded with seven cart- ridges in ten seconds and discharged in four. It docs not have to be removed from the shoulder until empty. Herr Joest the African explorer has been telling the Berlinese how dur- ing his late travels in Zululand he found the remains of Cctewayo. unburied shut up in a hut and mourned over for two months by live-hundred women. The Gazette des Hospilcaux describes the case of a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 29 January 1886

"T& ?.:.; iSWM- rSv? -" I." ?.. tsrtt o--1.?- -. i - fX . 4 Fi&Hitr' ffR'VSs-rti v -. i.. i. &V5rti-sySPS3i'' --- 4 l&?it?i!'fr: -T - i t Kx' 2&H&ait S ! " n . . -j ;JJ -S5" R-; ha SfrWBBMIK8!577if iciyvv-. . vut;; -rK!1rvw1 j" ii mi i iii i ii - r-fc"- r ii-. rx ' .- jra-ii ii'fes2C?3Sfffif4 rf - SF? "Ksa rw i. i i'ui ' - rfr ki.rJ t !i.-.HJHS5----S 5.?J. : I - fc T " .: " .7 . . mt " "f-T I tr . . THE' "ECONOMY" Wfcat tfc nL RECORD. mseratle Vartw 0aa Maim la xw Uae ferTea Tear Pm.-IU PrwaMt Dmty. j ' The State Administration of Gov- ernor Tilden in 1875 first turned the -tide of public sentiment im favor of Democratic rule. In 1873 an expiring Congress on Its last day xvith a Senate having only seventeen Democrats omt of seventy- foar members and a House containing one hundred and five Democrats out of two hundred and forty-three members had passed the Salary-Grab bill which boldly took nine hundred and ucventy- two thousand dollars out of tha Treas- ury a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 29 January 1886

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Publication Title: Taylor County News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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