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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 18 April 1885

MiSM.'; &. : V4l.. ',rpR i rr ' ""B-M-p '"'v.-" J xVSf'j &5'( ;vO! '.B'.'jSA"-"l'-f .'K " - J s it dr v-. . -. : ;.- ' 'JK. . ''" V-. - , .... ft .''V . I'fjM y a e - ' . ' r ' s3: ;'-. '.o; ? ;iimhi:y- a.-..w.---.'.. : v-r .jpiiiiiiiliiiiiiwliihm "d! & rl . -S- -J"- PALO INTO STAit Xijired, a$-the pojtbflle".ln.1Pal6 Pinto ,Tea,1 a second class malir.- ' ' rSATUKDAY, APRIL.. 18, J?88.: Local Matters: . Wo'aro'not responsible f?r tho.optbloua. of our correspondents., - Church Directory. OurIstian church.-EMer A, Clark, preaches at said ahurch tbo 4th Sunday in each month, Methodist church (south). Jtcv. 31. Mills, JVC. Borvlces'lst Sunday' In each month, at tho'M, B. churph. Prayer,rrleet- inecaoh Tuesday Mght,' Sunday School, every Sunday at 8' o'clock, in tho afternoon. , Baptist. Slaughter Valley church. Rori G, W. Slaughter" Pastor, Services 2nd Sunday ir. each, montb-.at. the Christian church. Palo Plhto Baptist church. Rev. .-"W. E. Nowbrough prcachcs.on the 8rd Su...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 18 April 1885

ttil&l -J IN V. S0 t l-i. !:, .. . mmMm REST. ;lon Dlsilpatoil iral. julbtfs ?n wmwgm mm TwWifc u f .1 .:',; II- monta, promotions andremovals in tho subordinate civil. '.servico on tho basis of oOlcial favoritism -or parti- san ihferests, arc nbw""tho most clam-, orous advocntoa of Civil-Scrvico Ro-form- and would go to tho oxtent f dprh 1ff tho IVfMidont and his cabi- llburty of action. They for- ft procuring 01 ouico oy lin- .Ma and tho uso of office, for 'iscs striko at tho rory ivil-Sorvico Reform,- ri officeholders can nned in cither ? tho Denio- pply tho Jilco. as and uid of (ffiP&iZ'ttPt' & CtEpJ53ffi? "i-a 'i:,:MX MZ. an '-''WM Kim; sm irwyw democratic Vigor. Tho Democrat'lo Ailmlnltrlon Not" B .Copyist of Ilopabllead'Blothoil Ono tiling is cloar already tho now Administration at Washington is not to bo an imitator of Republican 'prece- dents. It will not do things in a cer- tain way merely because its lato prede- cessors -did them in that way'. Tho bow Cabinet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 25 April 1885

; PJJaGf THE - ' ! t "T PINTO STAR i rEJHlabUshocbqune, 187G. "Lot Jufttioo one ThouRh tho Ileuv.Tns OTalt." Serma) $1.50 per Annum. VOL. VI. PALO PINTO, PALO PINT f ., JEglXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1885. NO. 45. TWO TABLEAUX. lllother and Child. I. ,Two little dimpled, rose-bud foot, IA.B tho-nmilo ulossoinB swnet; ONoallcd In ono lovlnjr hand Whom bright sea wavos klssod tho sand, ,Two llttlo hands llko roso loaves lay On a warm broust as fair us they: Two llttlo bnnds nil pink and whlto, Xlko tho tinted sen shells bright. Long ago I Two morry, Rind, Vde opon oyos JiOokod up with wondering swoot surnrlso Into two mirrors, fnltliful, truo, "Which iilothocsoul looked tondly through, Lonjfngol Two pretty, pouting; plnk-poarl lips, I'oaeli-Unifed, llko toes and ttnjfer tips; Two llpa of richer, riper red On Loyo's warm kisses sweotly rod, Long ago 1 A proclou b, holploBS lump of day (In which a pure bright spirit lay. Waiting tho mothors watohfutoyo To train It for tho " by-and-by," Lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 25 April 1885

; "Iff V, , Jj I ?r : 7 c nPALO PINTO STAR- rUDUBIIKD KVERS" BATOItDAY T. O. BON.Krtltor nndlropt'r BATUnDAY. APRIL. 25, 1888. Tho calt'o market at Austin is ox- treoaily dull. Buyers aro ofTorlng only oight dollars for yearlings and cloven dollais for Iwn-yoar-olds. kinds inofuding raliiorid, publto and prlvato throufjhoul tho . stato is im- monBe, but no cstiraato,will bo un- dortakon or oven hinted nt by us. DeDison bad a oyclono on Tuesday l:l3t, and boyond tbo wieckago. of bouses, barns, oto , to tbo oxtont of about $10,000 it was a small foalivi Whon Homy Ward Berffchor ro- oonlly remarked that there woro "no roportors in Hoavou," ho.forgot tbo reeoiding angel. That scjibo has been busy kooping tab on Honry for some yoais past, so says tho Fort Worth Evening Mail. Tho press throughout tho stato pretty gonoialllj', havo had some- thing to say of tho Governor's veto of tho land bill. Sorao condemning and others commending tho act. It v8ecms to us from what wo under- stand of tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 25 April 1885

.n fc 4. uimseaamsess "BA.LO PINTO SftAH, J&leved at the pottoflke In Palo 'Plato ,Texaq, fa scooild oIabs matter, , -, III J II I .Ml IIIIIUI .!.. MHIIMM.H.I.W il - 'ill III "ll ! IMM ! I ' . "" "T - - Al 3AT0KD&Y, APHlL..atf, 1885. Local Matters. W6rojiotVcpotun)1b.for tho opinions of our'.conwpomlenls,- l. " Oliurch Directory. fe,Cnni?TiAK ohuroh-Kldcr A.- Clark,' r- iJiuuvituf nt bmu caurcti mo nil ounuay in ' each Month, v.";, yMsTiioBIsT church (seutb). Hor. M. .; -jtMHK-lV C. Services let Sunday in' each '-f month, nt Itio'M. If. church, Praycr.mcot- -t"ln oich'Tuosd&y night, t; '' ;' Sunday Sonool, evovy Sunday at.8 o'cUck j , Jn'tho aflornnon. fr Baptist. Slaughter Valley chui ch. V i " Kov G, W.. Slaughter Pa .tor. Bci'vll ,; ; 2nd Sunday ir. oaih month st tho Chit.lian , Tclmvch, ',.-," Palo- Pinto Baptkt church. Hov. W. El ', Newbrou-rh pre?cli( on tho Onl Sunday. In - -each month at the Ohri'tlfnr.hulch. , v " ,Union Sunday School. Aleotiovpiv Sun- ' day mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 25 April 1885

. " . ii o 'jh"m' MOVING SLOWLY. Sir. Clereland'a Deliberation it Onoranteo Against Mistakes. Prcsldont Clovoland'a Administration moros slowly, In accordancoAvith tho wiso rule laid down by Its chief. "We can nothopo to avoid mistakes," said tho President before bis inaugura- tion, -'but if we movo slowly wo shftll make fowor mistakes than wo should bo apt to inako if wo moved with less de- liberation." Yet; although, tho Administration has boon in existence only a month, and has mado scarcely a Bcoro of changes in tho vast army of Fcdoral office-holders Over ono hundred thousand strong, it has al- ready accomplished a great public good. Tho country is to-day stronger for tho change For yoars it had boon charged and believed by many that tho Democratic party was a party of unpatriotio prin- ciples and oyll intentions; that it was "unlit to be Intrusted with tho Govern- ment, and that if restored to power it would seek to disturb tho provisions of tho Constitution growing out of tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 May 1885

if-1 U i JO o Si r J ! WBPW ' 1 . a , fO tH&p-mmi j. tn' a - iv ' (3 - !' V t. MsttOjllslied June, 1870. 'Lot Justice Be Do fhouEh iho ZXoavono ITttll." Torino, &1.D0 por Annum. VOL. VX PALO" PINTO, PALO PINT0.C jrEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1885. NO. 46. "'u ( PUNTO '" ' liJtfcf MMf " I A- i" .. NJ J A a M A WAiF. nor dross Is ragirod and lorn and old. Her feet aro buro, nnd tho day I cold t Eomo sliaylnff curls on hor shquldora fall, And a,tra!n is lundo ot a worn-out shawl. Bomo flowers that onco woro a beauty's pride, And now arowlthorod hnd thrown asldo, Bho holds oa close as lior lingers can, Whllo a crumpled hand-bill servos for a fan. You would novor havo iruosood, as jou saw hsr thore. With thoso withered flower, nnd foetall bare, That tho (rloomy stioot m n brilliant hall, And sbp dnnclDK thora, tho bollo of tho ball. Alteo Trumbull Learnul, in Century, IN BieTlOUND HANDS ; Or, Hands Somotlmoo Orampod and Somotimos Pretty. A iocturo on Chlrocrapliy Illustrated by iho I'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 May 1885

yWV- h v, - J"1,"' ,',', " ' I ' . . .', ' ' ,', ' ' '" """ ' ',",". "-1S -: - jT vv-V. i PALO 1?INT0 STAR. runUfltiEW evmisv satuuday ..r, Oi.SON.KtlltornndTropt'v SATURDAY. MAY. 2, 1886. THE SIXTY-SIX, Anniversary or American Orta T'cIIowbI). Tho sixty-six anniversary of Amorican Odd Fellowship was ap- propriately eolobrated at tho Gordon Coal Mincs.on Monday lai't, which wo had tlio ploasuro of attending and which was a grand success. Tho oc- casion was grand with many smiling and beautiful ladies, and all who wore present to injoy tho pleasures afforded wcro a emilo of joy which indicated tho extent of tho happiness each ono felt in the participation in tho excel- lence of the affair. At 10.15 o'clock a. m. tho procession wan formod at tho hall and marched to the Grove some- thing near ono fourth milo distant, whore a beautiful oration was deliver- ed by Mr. J. Watts, sittint? Past Grand of tho lodge at that placo, giving an interesting sketch of Borne of its his- torical featur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 May 1885

i'M K;,-tt ' tVi.- ..' eotf: in la n - at u rT 3B j?iwa7irrAii:. yij1, ti ' '! -' -- ' V Ifitt&MA a W nMUffl U' Dtw 1ta4. 'I.. T' wwiijivwuhiw lit JBIU X TOW )f .TMMaftcrtnd'oUti ttalttr. riiijrrri ,v",'.-HATmibAV; may; 3, lea,; 'Vifcaf Matters'. KfiS'lk n not responsible for Iho oplniqna pf ..vOUr'rcorreBpondootei ,, . . CltHrch Directory.. , "' Cunismjr 'church.-Kldor A. Clark, preaches at said church tho 4th Sunday In .reach )month, ; ! k Mxtuodut church (south). Rot. JI. JUlls.P,. C. Services let Sunday In each ; irtonth.'at. the M. E. church". Prayer mect- 'lngedch Tuesday night, V" Siinday School, every Sunday' nt.8 o'clock ' in tho Afternoon. ilAXTisr. Slaughter Valley church. . Itov. G, IW Blaughtor Pastor. Services ,.2nd"Sunday hi each month at tho Christian church; ' , Palo Pinto Baptist church. Rev. W. E. Nowbrough proaches on tho 8rd Sunday In ach "month at the Christian church. 'Union Sunday School, Mcots overr Sun- - -,'day morning at 0 o'clock at the Christian chu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 2 May 1885

rv wi&TB&rtAzrw ESgfi" viti&r" jS tmmmmf,y0i'ii' ft . st i, a -' - 'j i. if ;--., I' MISREPRESENTATION. Tho Falsehoods Which Aro Showered Upon the Administration. During tbo period inwhlohthoDemo- - cjatlo Administration, has boon in ox- iitonco It bos boon the object ol inces- sant misrepresentation by Republican nowspapors,which,unnDlo to understand how a Govornmont can bo conducted on, Btrictly business principles, and with the solo obieot of tho .interests of tho pooplo In viow, indulge in tho most ab- surd comments on the few appoint- ments to ofllco mado so far, and In fanciful stories of Democratic dissen- sions. Thoy would liko to havo tho clauso, "every Republican his own suc- cessor," introduced in tho civil service rules, and tho fact that an nppointco or applicant is a Democrat bo considered good reason for regarding him with suspicion. Thoy talk flippantly about political machines and cry out against any one who has labored faithfully and honorably for the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 9 May 1885

ILja T1 - mi PINTQ STAR I i : iE & 32nfaliBh.Qcl June, 187a. "LotjJuBlloo Wono ThougU Iho Hoavona I'tiU." Torino, $l.CO per Annum. VOL, VI. 'TALO PINTO, PALO PIN JO., TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1885. NO. 47. 4- r "J I those Hands. Sty mothor's hand 1 Twni a ready hand, a tousy hand, A skillful, tender, loving band, Unkind tha loaves of snowy broad, Hosting' In blosslnis on jny hond: Would I could still tlio pathway eco Whither those Angers pointed mo, And'cvor fool the oldon touch Of that doar hnnd I lo cd bo m,uch. ThQ habyU h and I "Tis a tiny hnnd, n wnrni, soft hnnd, An Innocent ana helpless hand: . j And It clings to mlno with appealing touch, And I lovo tho llttlo hand bo much; Would I could hold It over In mine. And koon It smooth, without a lino v Of ago or toll, ftotn Its linger tips U.'o tho dlmplo that now J press with my lips. I.lttlo Ulostotn's hand I Us n chubby hand, a fat rod hand, A restless, noisy, moddling hand; Jt plnj s with now llttlo brother s ourls. And turn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 9 May 1885

uammjimWmWm wmmmmfTmmnmmmmmfrMmmw n ;. ""flfe ? - . V- -S&C r' ' 1 t t . ' ' ' j ,,! ' t iiiiiniiS-.MMMfiwiWWW I Mil IIIHllllllH I ifl' III l' I ' III -&T&LOV PINTO STAR. Arknhsas City, Kan., May5. ' Jt -"MiM .feTF ,.T.-ir :,. . , l'UHMSUEl) EVl'.HY BATUnDAV .1. O. HON, "Editor nndProiil'r SATURDAY. MAY. 9, 1B86. " Ttio Fort. Wovth Evening Mail 'thinks Hint Iho days of tbo Mnhon- ists, in ofiloo in" "Virginia, scorn to bo numbcrod. Tho rondjustora will bo ro-adjustod by a Domoeratio pros- idcu. Evory truoYirgininn will riao un and call tho President blissod if bo will only mako a clean sweep ii i ii Snvs Iho Fort Worth Gazolto : Ono great bonofit to tho wbolo conntry from a Domooratio administrate is Hint truth about tho south will bo told. TJndor Rpublicanism tho south was misrepresented and ma- ligned, not only to his own great iniurv but to tho dotrimont of tho. essentially soetional and ropreaonta--. tivo of a sectional powor. Unifica- tion was impossiblo under tho r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 9 May 1885

BO asa "5"jiJ ". a51 X 'hV- ol h 4s : f. " a ,'- ' jt :r X '- '".." 1 ".-i -ri!l 'f.-"-.-- ":'s:v" -'' &'lMdi,al, 1n' Ti'osiofflca In Mo TMntd uc. m" is.jii-.!. .i - .,:,. - '1M.-SATU0AY. -'MAT. 0. 1885. , a '.Ldpd Matters, '?-B,no rePon!'lll'0 for the opinions of1 v -itgyyau- -i . -'4:'7,', i ' Church Directory. V'PiBiiTUir. fchunjli-Hldor. A. Clark, ," Jupreacncs. ist said Church tho tlh Sunday, in . ' '? each, month, . "' MKTiicmtsT .ehuroh (south). tlov-M. C,- 'Mills-JVC.. Services let' Sunday in each ,',-, ' inonth.'atthq l!. E. church. -Prayor mcel- " V .Ing each-Tuesday night, .' . ,'-';MundAy School, every Sunday at 3'o'cleck j, , ;.in the afternoon. ' ;H.:; liXrnsT. Slaushter "Valley church. ; ."sBw.'-G, W. Slaughter raster. Service? ' 2od'Ruliday ir. cacti month at tho Christian 'v chiirch, ."' '-Palo Pinto Baptist, church. Rev, W. E. . ' Newhrough 'preaches on tho Crd Sunday in -each month atllio Christian church. ' . 'Unlon Sunday School. Meet? every Sun--:''d!.y.'fn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 9 May 1885

y , r 1 f t -i i , , HW' " iH UNDER BONDS. A lilt of Advice to a Defeated Presidential Candidate. "Mr. Cleveland's administration is undor bonds llko his part?'' soya Mr. Blaine, In tho Now Tork Wane. Yes, bonds o"f union with tlio peoplo's In- terests, which it has cheerfully assumed and which it has not tho slightest in- tention of breaking; bonds' of friend- ship with ovcry moasuro that tends to promoto tho public weal, and bonds of confidence with tho Nation which give? it such unstinted suppoit and encour- agement. Tho Amorioan poopio know too well tho flimsy nattiro of tho bonds Mr. Blaino was willing to furnish in order to got into tho Whlto IIouso, and thoy preferred tho morn "substantial guarantees offered by Mr. Clovoland.. The correctness of their judgment has been proved already, although tho ad- ministration they choso is scarcely moro than a wcok old. Economy has taken tho placo of wilful wa9to of tho people's money, and although Mr. Blaino affects to sneer at tho good...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 16 May 1885

J i y'' r "' Vfei-yw "" V ir if u Mf sis n ,5 a U , A " r -) , f If-a Htfhi v , MM mmmu :X " " -" n- ; ,lkff M , . j-i STAR. IP s t "," r I I'' "Let iTuelioo T3o fcCDlioucH tho XTonvoiia amil." Torma, SI-CO por Annum. VOX. YL PALO PINTO, PAJ.0 1?INT3 , 1 TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1885. 1 NO. 48. mt 1 JS - i i-t iv . &&ium:i P WTO m ' , jfc T Mi Hi IB n yi " ji an w jh m ' Si - "" I" - WHAT KAVfe ,1 DONE? liny my flngor on 1'imo's wrlt to sooro . 'ihotorwnrd-smirlnjrnionionls, na thoy roll: l.ac)i pulSo Soom quicker than tho ono beforo : Ana lo! my das pllo tip nn-alnst tny Soul As clouds pile tip ngulnst tlio goldon Bun: Alas WhnthftYi I pne7 What hnyo I ddno? I novor stoop tho rov hours In sleep, Or hldo my sou), (19 In a ftloumy crypti' No Idlo hands into my bosom Creep; And sot, lis water drops from houSo-oavos dlip, Bo, vlcwlew, roc tny-aAyiJ, nnd from mo run: Alasl Wbathuoiaon$ What Wo 1 dono? Ihnvanot missed thofrajrraiico of tho flowers. Or pcoinod tho nnislu of tho fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 16 May 1885

i' i jPu-X". i ! r . v. 'Iil'Vrt '.; o. . if h -. 4 . ". r. ,- . s-.,.-.v , '-:', ;'; ' ''-"'-I .... ' -.,' ' ,"?.-- - 'Sir: r . w 4- - ,I&L0 PIWO SrJM. ' - . I 1 i V i - 'ii - r--'-..-- puuqpjtp uviliiv hAtuUdav C SON.EMltof nnilPro'pt'r SATUHDAY. HAY. 10, .1RS5, - Stntc Knnti Bnai'd. Amslin, Toxa's, May ?, 1885, Ecisolution No. 17. rrinvk,Qt.J;b'r''iBa1b'v'iliitir"dj. 'and rtbat' tho Board 'rcBi'yoB'tlipright j0j 're- 'TildA thfinnahmn(nnhtr,!trtrtc)n i cutlrt. . " ,, """V." v;vrV '''. Wo 'did. r.oihtiyof Sjiaco oi' Resolution '2fg 7 referred to in.tho above, butVill;ijivo it in our next iasiio. '.,i. ' Rosolvod by the StatoLand Board, That licroaftor ttio following 'con- dilidnnand vogulaliorin aro proscrib- ed for tbo salo of tbo unvatorod agricultural and pastiir lands : 1st. Any person who is twonty- ono years of ago, and who desires to soeuro a homestead in tbo Stalo of Texas, may purchaso any unsold and unwatcred portion of tbo Com- mon School, University and Asylum .Lan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 16 May 1885

$. 'H-zy ?W tva ' .' . . ' .liCTjnni1'1 ''r.1 ' r r.i .' ."r"' ' 'f?.liP;AtV'!'iiTivnnri -fettvtfil -d. ;.'Tfli ':5i 0f$oca Matters. S-,0'n ."i respenaibloortho.rjpirilQns of BEcKfc'dtWpono'cnls'. TJ " - - , i. . ''YI1CP"aSSTUN' c'hurili-linaor .A. Clrfrlf,. t-'$sfePwf J8' ai Bl"d church.tba 4th Sunday In "agjonoli'rnbrrtb, ' ' ' jSriiMwrilbDH church (south). itev.. M'. $teMlll.l C. .Sctviccj lit fjuiidny In" each, -iroS!Simonl.h,nCtha-Mf-E. church. .Trayor moct- f??0ffCftchTut8dav.,nig'ht ' ' , iSSBr'11 V punclny,;School, every Sunday at 8 o'clock Yjff''? In tho afternoon. s rv?' Bawist. Slaughter Valloy ohnrch - .-$5v&;S.'Jto. G W. Slnuclitor Pastor.. Hnrvirna '&$?. Sunday: Ir. each month lit tho .Christian" t IWwoUKh preaches onr tho Brd Sunday in -:fescachmontljt'tho Christian church. " ' ,',-,1$!j''pnIon Stmday.Seh.n61. Moots overy Sun- ? I??d?l' .mor-ninS o'clock at tho Christian w;i,;,5JS;Church;, . n -KKj, ,. . J. H. TJaUor Supcrintendant. ' - ;?vI?."F..Sanaors.-8oc....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 16 May 1885

v r vf ' : ?" ' - A ' .i if ' 1 a 3? 'i i . ' " "iEErTl .ns PARTY" MAKING ON PAPER. the Unremitting Tendency of Newspaper to ltrolve Now l'olltlcnl Comlltlolisr Tho business ot party making on paper is never wholly abandoned ift tlio United States. In somo journal) somo- whero between tho Rio Granite and Portland, there is always an avllclo on "ThoFuturo of Parties"; or on "The Now Democracy"; or one ontttlcd "Af- ter Republicanism What?' Tho un- remitting tendonoy of newspapers to dis- cuss this subject has sprung from an American fondness for intellectual "Speculation and from tho nvnllability of tho matter as a topic vhou news is scarce Of lato a now reason has arisen for resort to such discussion. There is a number 6f detached thinkers who have papers but who find thcmsolvos men without a party. Thpy aro inclined to make n new party to suit thcmselro3 or to make ovor one of tho existing Eartieain their likeness, Tliu Grccn- aok party is not to their taste for they are sano on fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 23 May 1885

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Publication Title: Palo Pinto Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Palo Pinto Star — 23 May 1885

Irtr I n.i PALO HNTb STAR. I'UntlSIlKD EVliUr SATUltDAT if. O. SON.IEaitoraiiaProxt'r BATURDAY. MAT. 23, 1886. Gordoii Notes. Editoh Star : Tib said that tho crop prospects in our county was novor known to bo better, and tho lact is truly gratifying to all. Wheat will booh bo ready to bar vest, and even now, south of ub the harvest is begun, Tho cry of ""hard times" is, in some degree, ccas- ing to bo the topio of conversation Peaco and quiotudo commingled with contentment and gratitudo prevails throughout our section of tho county. Our merchants aro choerful and ac commodating because the amount of business dono by them gives them a livo, energetic spirit. Tho almost daily rcoeption of ''now goods" amplo testily tho increase of trade in our town. A. Butler and son have sold out their entire stock of groceiries to Mr. John Konnoy, who can bo found ono door W of Dr. I. P. Houx's drug store, over ready to supply all your wants in Lis 'lino of business. -Every slas9 of business in our ...

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