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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 20 September 1877

i . 5 ., THE UWASAS DISPATCH. Paklbkfd Kvrrjr Thursday. —— O— TKRKS OP SUBSCREPTIOX. One copy one year, (in ndvancc) 2 (K> " *• six mos. " 1 25 .m ... ** rrer " three BATES OF ADVERTISING. 75 1 inch 3 mot. $ 5. 1 inch 6 moa $ 8 2 inch S mos. 8. 2 inch C mos. 13 °8 inch 8 mo . 12. 3 inch 6 mos. 1(5 4 inch 3 moa. 15. 4 inch 6 mos. 36 inch 3 moa. lb. 5 Inch 0 mos. 20 1-4 col 3 not. 22. 1-4 col 0 mos. 85 1-2 col 3 moe. 38. 1-2 col 6 mos. 55 1 col. 3 moe. 65. 1 col 6 mos. 100 One inch twelve months, 13 Two - " " 16 Three " •« 26 Foar " «8 Jive " " " 50 1-4 col " " " 53 148 col " " " 75 One col " " " 145 Yearly advertiser allowed the prive- lige of a quarterly change. Marriage and obltnary notices when exceeding 10 lines, charged as advcrtisc- Notices of a personal character, and nil advertisements under the head of •pedal notices, two prices. Local notices 15 cents per line for vat insertion and 10 cents for each sub- sequent insertion. Address all business letters to K. E. OWEN, Publ...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 20 September 1877

gjpg ... X !Ste§to$*t*v OlBee, On Poitth Stcct. LAMPASAS, TEXAS. f- ]f. BEALL Editor Thursday Morning, Sept. 20, '77 The officers from Comanche county, passed through Lampasas on Monday, on their way to Aus- tin, to carry the celebrated John Wesley Hardin to Comanche to stand trial for the killing oí Depu- ty Sheriff Webb, of Brown county, some three years ago. Over four thousand dollars have been paid by the State for his arrest, and if he should prove a justification and be acquitted, the people of Texas wilj have the large amount for little purpose. Hates, Key, Evarts and others, of the Presidential party, are swing- ing around the circle, speech- making and reconciling the dis- cordant elements to the President's policy. We hope the political fir- mament will soon be- bright, and that peace and good will will pre- vail from one end of onr nation to the other. We have had too much sectional strife, and we need na- tional repose and mutual confi- dence. Oar Trip to Burnet. It had ...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 20 September 1877

ggt* PUBLISHED weekly. —Subscribers receiving their pa- per with an X on the margin may mm that their time is up, and they are requested to come up and promptly pay what they owe. COOCH'S NEW DRUG STORE. —:o:— MOOBING'S HEW BUILDING, Third St. LAMPASAS, TEXAS —:o:— Drugs, Medicines, Perfumes, —AND— WINES A«D LIQUOJUS For Medical Purposes. QTPhysicians prescriptions carefully Compounded ^ V frptlE latr office of J. A. Si W. B. JL Abney is over Yates & Brown's tattoo on 3rd street. LOCAL. • —Tom ¡Suow, who is under in- dictments in this county for theft «•f a watch and horse, was brought in yesterday afternoon from Cle- burne and lodged in jail. —'T he Baptists will have a camp- \neeting at this place, on the sec- ond Sunday in October. Everybody is invited to attend. —The cotton worm lias serious- ly injured the cotton throughout the county. —Henry Hill our road overséer, is pilling the roads in good order. •—Racehorses are «till to be seen on the streets. From appearances, we sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 20 September 1877

♦ J.ÍC-F-íkw. oet* M-«a <>cwr TCa¡^^w*>«w- ; --J- ^i&a-jiaí^^rrosiu-ríwr "'-¿t? '•* ww? '-: Sfc A W«T Por White Wen' Highl . THE INDIAN JOSEPH WIIOM TIIE CHRISTIAN HOWARD IB FIG1IT- IJSO. Thu CDnfcdcrarf'ii liasi ftuyllul. Now York Times. The life of thi3 man Joseph is one loug record of uninterrupted infamy. lie has, until very re- cently, been guilty of the effrontery of behaving himself like a peaceful and honest man. Not one ot'; his band was permitted to perpetrate a single outrage on a settler during ¿he whole time that he was living at peace with the United States. Thus this miserable savage impu- dently took away from I1Í3 white neighbors every plausible pretext for exterminating him. Not very long ago the Govern- ment, which must have become thoioughly tired of Joseph's impu- dent peaeefulness, notiiled him that he must give up to white settlers the reservation upon which his tribe lived, and which had been solemnly guaranteed to the Nez Perces by a treaty. Ins...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 27 September 1877

íí: ^f.Ví3 I litó ROBT. ti. OWEN, PuoPKiETOtt The Progress, of tH,e Frontier. $2 PE It ANNl'M, in AdTtiiice. VoL. VII. LAMPASAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 27, 1877. NO. 18. J 6moc. 55 1 eol B mo*. 100 18 16 * THE DISPATCH, íübmsiikd Weekly, LAMPASAS, TEXAS fe COUNTY DIRECTORY. 75 145 Jirlvfr m to H. K. OWEN, Publisher Dwpatcu, r#OFE88IONAL a. 6. WAI.HKH atthews* WALKER, [S at Law •n north side of the acker. ¡.Vict ) At Law LAMPASAS, TkXAS. Will Mactlce In tl « Courtu of tlie |7tk Jafidtl District, iw) Supreme rkmé Fiilonl Court nt Austin mwm Mandrffrr * W lfi. COUNTY OFFICERS. Connty Judge—W. I*. Beall. County Attorney — W. II. fr", ''-jtig 'mwitutf . Justices-of the Peace—J. S. eeinct 1; S. T. Bright, R. ToWnsen, precinct 4; ifat- Jliew Roach) precinct 3T Sheriff—Albert us Sweet. Dis- trict Clerk— M. V. B. Sparks. County Clerk, D. C. Thomas. Cor- mier—Tillman Weaver. Surveyor — Harrison Miller. School Commissioner — W. P. Beall. Treasurer—J. II. Landrum. Assessor—A. (J. Rice. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 27 September 1877

BV* !* > !♦*) Omee, On Ponth Stee*. LAMPASAS, TEXAS. KICHIUOND. W. F- BEALL Editor y " ~~1 -- Thursday Morning, Sept. 27.11 It is very gratifying to know that the people of onr county are so quiet and law-abiding. While onr sister counties are embroiled with sectional and domestic quarrels, and murder and homicide, horse and cattle stealing are of common occurrence, our own county is at peace, and but few violators of law are known to our people. It i8 frequently said that as good order is to be observed here as in any conntv in the older States, and new comers are invited to watch the good be- havior of Lampasas county. We hope that so desirable a state of things may continue, and tha.if Lampasas may, for long years, be looked upon as s model by the peo. pie of Bell, Coryelle, Burnet, San Baba and Llano counties. We have good lands, plenty of the best of water, and good schools are spring- ing up in every neighborhood Churches are well attended, and services are held in every se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 27 September 1877

IBM " i 'PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ,f^-£u&4crxber8 receiving their pa- per With an X on the margin may , know that their time is vp, and Jt they are requested to come vp and promptly pay what they owe. COOCH'S NEW DRUG STORE. —:o:— MOOBING'S HEW BUILDIKG, Tblrd St. LAMPASAS, - - - - TEXAS Medicines, Perfumes, —AND— WINES AND UQUOBS For Medical Purposes. —:o:— prescript ions carefully Office Honrt of the lampasas Office. Poit The Lampasas post office opens at 7 o'clock a. m., and closes at 5 p. m. Sundays from 7 to 9 a. it. Positively Í will not give out or rcceive any mail matter before or after the above stated hours. I. N. Hamox, Post Master. Per 1). W. Phillips, Deputy, office of J. A. & W. B. Abnfej ia over Yates & Brown'a Move on 3rd street. LOCAL. For a week or so we have had delightful weather. —Commissioners Court is in ses- sion this week to examine the re- the Assessor and Sheriff want jour buggi** and ian!ike at lX G. Freeman a trial. painted in workmanlike style, r —...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 27 September 1877

viROiDa Bise*. Mlnlater fatter'* Stormy Interview Wilt* Prtililcat lllsief Mexico. Til SIS Ü8t Afti> . signification— THE MStORICAL ROMANCE OF KINGS. íhe ring has for many ages Formed a part of ecclesiastical in- signia. It appears to have had a • (wo-fold purpose and signification —"Ibe one is a mark of dignity and authority and the other sym- bolic of the mystical uuion be- tween the priesthood and the church. Prominent among these ecclesiastical rings are those worn by the pope and bishops in a va- riety of shapes and ornamentation. The pope nses a ring for the pur- pose of affixing his sign u ture to any document. The usual types of pontiScial rings are massive hooks, irith the crossed keys engraved upon them. In early times they were made of gilt bronae and set with precious stones. Great importance is attached- to Episcopal rings, which forni a part of ecclesiastical investiture. They are generally set with a sap- phire or & ruby, but their shape varies considerably. Si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 8 November 1877

§2 pe5? aNIVCM, ii Advance. ¿'rliit hi U/litc Sifii DISPATCH Tiianday stoBsournoa. (in advance) 1 inch S moa $ 8 2 inch 0 moa. 13 8 inch 6 moa. 16 4 inch 8 moa 6 inch 6 moa. 1-4 eol 6 moe. 1-8 ool 6 moa. 55 1 col 6 müs. 100 13 The Progress-- of the I) r tier. OWEN, PuoPrttfcTOR ROBT. E. LAMPASAS, TEXAS, YOL. GOO'S GOOOKESS AND JUAN'S FOL. Ji¥. THE DISPATCH, BEHOLD, I KNOCK ! from the german. twelve months H •< 16 26 38 5 53 75 145 allowed the prive* PUBLISHED WEEKLT. LAMPASAS, TEXAS proi'. swing. DIRECTORY. COUNTY COUNTY OFFICERS. notices when charged as advertiae- penonal character, and i under the head of prices. 15 eenta per line for , 10 cents for each snb- AddrpM all baaineM letters to R. E. OWEN, Publisher Dispatch, PBOPESSIONAL A. O. WALKER & WALKER. La |-ay Office on north aide of the ynbiic square. 6:46. JSCKER. Oat* ofPanlding. Mias-) at Law -TEXAS. in the Courts of the i, and Supreme Courts at Austin ir«. H. BROWNING, Attorney at Law, AID Cuetal Inri t Collecting g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 8 November 1877

— íft; my% * # OAm( Oí Foarth Street. LAMPASAS, TEXAS. * W- F- BEALL Editor Thursday Morning, Nov. 8,11 The troubles on the Rio Grande are at a standstill, and we suppose nothing will be done in the way of a war. For some weeks past we have heard of no crimes of any impoi t- ance anywhere upon the frontier, and we are glad to mention so agreeable state of affairs. —Nat. Henderson would rather be assistant doorkeeper in the House of Congress than to dwell in the sanctum of the Reeoi'd or any other humble position in Texas. Nat's a trump. . We have received a pair ph let copy of Judge Terrell's speech de- livered at the Georgetown Fair. It is full of sound doctrine, and should be read by everybody. —If Austin elects. a Radical Mayor and other municipal officers she should take down her sign as a Democratic city and acknowledge the corn. We trust Gen. Shelly will be the successful candidate for Mayor. CanI our Bmnet contributor send us in his articles so as to ap- pear regularly every ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 8 November 1877

* weekly. K.*: ., receiving theirpa- va the margin may ar txme is up, an requested to come up and pay what they ewe of J. A. & w. B. Yutee & Brown's IiOCAXT ■ merchants are still receiving to their stocks of goods. are. going up in of oar city. < were refreshed by a cool, bracing norther last* Monday. has cleared up, w j as though the rains ; have prevailed for the last i were about over. -i-Mre. Mellon has returned from * i Of several weeksto her rcla- in Georgia, New Orleans, and sstonr —The young folks were made Teiy happy by enjoying a very hos- " * le entertainment at the resi- i of Judge Abney on Tuesday _0. jíuaic, dancing and: oonrting was the order of the night. «—A tract of land in this county " lot week, for 97 per acre, A Co. 'caine very near ess than fl per acre, t tract opon which John resides, and he is the —County Court was in session ling tiM firat pari of the week, t few cases were disposed of. '«notice that Mr. James H. has built quite a neat in Barnes'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 8 November 1877

SÉ — EbSÉÍ*? ■SSHS&T' >,?.. ■• • 5SÉÉEL m PUBLISHED WEEKLY. VP III MAKS. REASONS FOR BELIEVING THAT THE PLANET IS INHABITED. Cornliill Magazine. The conditions which favor the belief in the existence of lite in the planet Mars present the clearest possible evidence of being oue in origin and structure with our own earth. We cannot tell what the nature of the soil of Mars may be, but its general ruddy tinge—so well marked that, though the tele- scope shows an almost equal part of the surface to be greenish in hue, the red prevails, giving to the planet, as seen by the naked eye, its obvious red color—seems to show that it resembles the red sandstone ol our own earth. This We know, is one of the older geo- logical formations, and if we could safely compare terrestrial with Martian geology, or, let us say, geology with areology, we might almost be tempted to find in the present prevalence of a tint be- longing to one of the earlier of our terrestrial formations an argument in. f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 20 December 1877

. K": «,• -¿ - DISPATCH. •day. r MM i'SSifip. -t*- --C nf? > : <«y „ ion. r r year, (m advance) , six moi. - ? '■**■. - three " " BATES. OF ADVERTISING. 2 00 125 75 fm. niUrl^U IT 8 ít i*? ¡Ji i*l f $0$| 'J'tllC 'BiE I TEtlTfcAXJjr. [ i A r V A V • fcfSd ■: &&. Five 1-4 col " 1-2 col " Om col " , Yearly advertisers allowed the prive- ligeof a quarterly change. Marrtage and obituary notices when exceeding 10 lines, charged as advertise- ments. Notices of a personal character, and all advertisements under the head Of special notice*, two prices. Local notices 15 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents for each sub- sequent insertion. - Address all business letters to R. E. OWEN, ~ — Publisher Dispatch, PROFESSIONAL matthews, a. 6. wai/keh ms& Walker, on nor ill side of the 6:46. .10as.) mm mm Lampasas, trxas. -Will poetice in the Courts of the 17th Judicial District, and Supreme Appellate and Federal Courts at Austin over St awdrfer Si Woll' . . BROWNING, : ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 20 December 1877

Ok rovrth street. A TEX AS .. us - tes -. gisfe Bio and don Hubbard bus nllnH On President Hayes for Wp to subdue the insurrection. They í on with their fuss, till a War will be the result. , ■v. : - • m ttAtf, the celebrated land robber «id forger, has been sentenced ten years on one of his many cases or fdrgery. If he gets the same pro rata for hi3 other caaes of like char- acter be «rill have to out live Me- thuselah to be able to dp justice to tlie subject. We wish hi ra a long life and that he may have full jus- tice done him. ^ Wb learn that E. A. Labailte and Bob Shroyer are in jail at l)euison or some other place in Northerly Telas, baring been ar- rested in the Indian Nation by Wm. McKeevex. It is supposed th^t Sheriff Sweet has gone after tbeni. * ' , , ■ -«*.♦ ,v;. W* regrefc.fc> hear that Óeorge [arris, wbo was ibr some time a resident óf this place, killed a man " Olenick m Austin a few ago, and baa fled the conn try. ■¿award is offered for his The riet, wo learn, wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 20 December 1877

EE ?-.- lb - " % ■ ■ afüQi• 5£?;7-'- • j-iíliS * sa= WEEKLY. a ceiving (keirpa- X óri' the margin may their time is? zip. and Jo /tome up and owe. ft W. B. a N. Witcber's :^5. AL r: Editor:— Yon jinay drop, my cotton card How. Tve got my 100 bales. - - Mellon. .-«Clothing for Christmas in wry variety and style muv be had at Fulton & Townsen's. —Markieb—On Thursday, 13th j pbocbebito of tub k ai^hoaij December, at tbtt residence oi the j seeting. bride-^grandmoOici-, in Xampasas, j The cit.lzen8 o{ LampaSa8 county TOCt by W. P. Bealh County Judge, lr. , 1 , , . Wm. R. Wreu lo Mia Litó. Hig- " •. " ' 51 • batunlny, the l;>t¡ mst., to take into gtns. ¡ ., A large circle of relations and ¡ «"«aeration the practicability of baud- friends were present on this happy í hjg a n*mow gtu.ge railroad from this occasion, and a feast of the groat- j to Wacc. On motion Id. est variety of substantial?, 8 well Sparks acted as chairman and ***** V. Haling as Secretary. The object o £ the meeti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 20 December 1877

^0: ;$%$■'- ■•v E& fg| ■Sfc&n ¡pg fé'V* « S| r>r-Wr - ' :* v - ■ ¡ "■ '• s~ " ' ' 1. 1 ■ ,*SS :• c-a^: Íí#' s. ggl^j ¿S^-r. :'¿3&' S31|'; i- ^ <••>' ' "-t r ; ' ???'•- r~." S^.:".VÍ¿.\--~\^'4 ."-r ' V- •"- ' wmZ&z^r- -\ >¿:* * ■ >- ■ % . "' V. - ' \ Eífrr <J* , I H"l"l. M uws rwiB! rrrnn •-.?r PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ''*W ***** USrBOIEÍ. William COUCH «ftYAKt. ., }>\>i..'•«• *>« ueibe woods in their latest " ~ IjlilIVÜMii ^" Y li¡ || wfiPl r' áíe in their fieab^mgeen. so fin if!* Í|fí fl'í Íí ffi/ASlíl Y season irfajr Rfé'íae-,' ►o'eMíie; ' « PaM is manhood's summer, Vet be genial al and a pleasant sna- . shfáe left me, Leaf, and fruit, ind blossom, to mark -1 the efarfng year. • « # # Drew? are the yean when the eye can took no longer With delight on nature, or hope oft , haman kind; Oh air. ihoae that whiten my tem- óles. as they pass me. Leave the heart nnfrorfen and spare the chooifai mind." POWVNIRO, BTjf .«E^SlVE COXVEHBX:- TtOff WITifT ROS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 3 January 1878

3t"f M kwd«)' m¡ ¡Sag 2 00 .«t v-' 195 jjffiSÍJí - - m -4.- -75 £ * * J*. 20 Irfr w. 85 i* m W; í «.10* -ap- • "i . «•. V io v «« 14 26 f * - ' É# 38 ■' • M «• - 50 V 4 « 53 M II M 75 145 Bribers al]n*B<L the prive- { 4jí3ep|¡^¿US3we^tf4^J*<R Beii8aSUa5éti55KrV;-T^Sa3CS6aieK5i^^l^^«Sle^Mto* ROBT. ?> ■ E. OWEN, Proprietor. The Progress*.of the Frojitier. $2PER ANJiCM. in Advance. VOL. TII. LAMPASAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 3, 1878. NO. 31. PUBLISHED weekly, LAMPASAS, texas COTJlíTY directory. it. notices when m adrertise- cbumeter, «nd the head oí ( 15 eenta pe* lino for , 10 cents for each sub- all bastases letters tai K. E. OWJBW, Dispatch, L-WU-V.- "' SI Olí All A. G. VtAIJíKll & -..' V cMES )rtli side of the 6:4G. mm *p-, '-.í p.Mísb) M# . *•# |H3^| ihtHé Courts of the District, and Supreme Frdural Conrts t Auntm Over «inMoftr * Woir . - '■ i-', i 1 -■ " "Y-J {. BROWNING, at Law, Un*pe*n*> Teir«*~ mmm - A. S. WWKW, 'lux* Walker « l«* • • Swe 8®i Bniltling* t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 3 January 1878

JSU<>y/ • . BR ,' s • ' Ullicc, On Fourth .Street* LAMPASAS, TEXAS. #. jf. BEALL Editor SigitUen Hundred And Seventy Right. Thursday Saming, Jan. 3, 'IS. McCüLLOUGH AND TULLI8, two of the land forgers, Lave gone on to the penitentiary. Hum will await the action of the Appellate Court. We hear of quite a number oí people having been drowned in crossing high waters during tn* late rains, in different parts of the State. It will be seen from the financia] 'statement of this county, that when the taxes now being collected are paid, the county will be ou fc of debt and have a little surplus on Vicryl. County warrants ought, no longer, to be at a discount, and those who can, should hold on to their scrip until they get full value for it. The expense of prisoners and paupers constitute the heaviest items of county expenses. The papera are discussing the penitentiary question in which Gov. Hubbard, Burnet & Eüpat- rick and others aro engaged. We have always thought something was w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 3 January 1878

s receiving their pa- the margin may their time is up, and to come up and pay what they owe. LOCAL. The* Colorado riverl-bas been On « bender for a week or so. —Pork is selling on the streets at from $4 50 to $5jper hundred. —Correspondents in writing for the JDiBPATon ;®n ast ¿pat their names to their letters. —Mr. Hughes' mill dam was broken by the late rains and about twenty feet washed away. bargains aro offered at 5BT. L0ÍJIS STOBE. r--Wheat is looking very fine in ti^'bountry and if no accident W&U it, we will have fine crops. —-T?ka school at the college build- Professor Niblo and Miss will be resumed next ft a good feme for all who aró sot* subscribers to the Bis-. PATCH to begin their subscription. :-jear naahegun, and every '¿raid give his family the , of a good newspaper. —The third Monday in January ]• the time for the meeting of the county oourtyfor both criminal and civil business. The probate bnsi- nesi of the county will also be at- tended to at that term. ü- bar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 3 January 1878

\ m THJ& PARDON OF PA UL J) XIEH KM Mason NewB-Item. And now the news comes that Governor Hubbard, haa pardoned Panl Dnrham, a notorious horse thief who -had just been sentenced to the penitentiary for five years from Tom Green county. Hit Excellency has been distrib- uting. these pardons rather too freely here of late, and tbe mass oi law abiding citizens ot West 'iexas are much chagrined and offended by it, and so they have a right to be¿ Paul Durham has long been known as a bad character in tbe counties of Mason, Menard and Tom Green. Many are the crimes attributed to him,—-many the horses that have turned up missing at about the same time that Paul cotrid not be found. Finally, after a great deal of trouble and expense, he is captured, and after months ot guarding and jailing he is at length brought to trial for horse stealing, and sentenced by a jury of intelli- g nt and honest citizens of Tom rfeen county, to a term of years in the penitentiary. But lo! in the mean time a ...

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