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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 7 February 1878

sí * .** afls.r HE, DISPATCH, TEXAS coroüfry OF&Ó^BS. W. P. Béall. ;torney — ^Attorney—W. Browning ' Justices of the Peace—J. S. Brown, precinct 1;S. T. Bright, i ¿et 2; J. J.Barrett precinct 3; Town se 11, precinct 4; Mat- thew Roach, precinct 5. She/iff—Albertos Sweet. Dis- jijciot Clerk- M. V. B. Sparks. County Clerk, D. G. Thomas, Cor- oner—Tillman Weaver. Surveyor — Harrison Miller. School Commissioner —- W. P. Beall. Treasurer—J. H. Landrum. ssessor—A. G. Bice. ide and cattle inspector— Brown. character, and i lNof PaUfeh*rTOir*Tcn, PROFESSIONAL «.ILWo fquawlTB naiH7^6 fiww^wenri ™ MU JM4ÉI f*«MT LAMPASAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. PER ANNUM, in Advance. 1878. THE TWO glasses. IBATIilCIUK. i'lCTTHK OP HAVKS. glAJUit 'BCIKKB H. PATROLS OF HUSBANDRY ill * • Í77T • „ Building on OiClok A. M. CHEEK GRANGE ¥*•" Ahisd SaUife 9, A u. m smh tea 3 *% ; R.;*iro^*tor( N. . CM (tól « «fiar .tq «t Is ésMstrtNttafcffM <1, *fcí« Tfc«T*4 There eat to glasses filled to the brim, .On...

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 — 7 February 1878

Om«e. On Foerth Street. LAMPASAS, TEXAS. W. Y- BEA"LL - - - * Editor Thursday Morni! ag, Feb. 7, '18. Brick Pomeroy is going to make another visit to Tesa . W. K. Foster has resumed «barge of the Georgetown Record. Blanco county fecal option. kM adopted Twenty-two marriage licence were issued in Bell county in January. The Baptists of the United States claim a membership of ■early two millions. The cattle and horses of Bosque eounty are afflicted with hydropho- bia. The delinquent'tax list of San Baba county for 1873-4 and 6 filled 8 columns of the San 8aba News test week. The Headlight and Bclton Jour- nal think Hubbard the proper man for the State Contention to nomin ate for Govern or. The Jou r- nal wants Throckmorton to go to the U. & Senate. The county attorney of Milam eounty is about to make a fortune from his fees in the prosecution of persons who failed to return their dogs for taxation. Fitfeeh hundred dolían in fines and costs were collected from vio- lators of the lo...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 7 February 1878

<Jk i iMmtfgm, may fkeiv time igf.fipikaixd come ftp- and sat lilt within tjiejatt ten «Úy* —At Ííéwi; Bámoñ'S drug store yon can get pure fresh drugs. — 4 * t *"• —Concertatthc collec to-morrow (Frjday) night —Where are yon poing? To Goocb's ¿rug atore. Your bead's level "old boy-" —Count? Coiftwfokmer* Oonrt meets next Monday. —C. N. WitclU?r has sufficiently recovered to return to bósinesá. mt. ¡Tuesday night' Ed. Á. te, Bob Shroyé? and-Tom íW, made their escape from-the OOüóty jnil at (His place'.'Eithfer Jfrajf or thjpir: Srignds,managed tó saw a hole in the -top of the .cell through which jthey made their esckpe. This is fcabhálté's second; escape from ourjail, tts it will be "jemejrfito?red ;that he got away last ~~~ incomer. Labbaite " Was charged ^ith forgery and Shroyer and Snow whhtKefk>E. M. Bean was Sleeps ing at the jail áa guard within a ¿%:lfeet frpni where they made thttrv)esQa?e, but nothing was known of their departure until breakfast was taken-over for them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 7 February 1878

ggfct publi8hed "weekly. CM ATI UN . BY 1KB M. BROWN". (Continued front last week.) We ace that the Apostle James, in the passage joat queted, ex- plain a it all. She Waa drawn away of her own last sod enticed and last brought forth m, and sin, when it waa finished, brought forth death. PreYioua to this they were in a state of innocence. Now in a •Ute ¡of disobedience—in tin—fitly represented by pain, labor, toil, thorns and thistles, &c. Thia is what followed disobedience. Thia must be the death thcv died. Not a spiritual death, as the creeds any, so that he cannot think a good thought nor do a good deed. In the fourth chapter and seventh terse God said to Cain, " If thou doest well shalt thou not be ac- cepted f and if thou doest not well sin lieth at the door." Man could obey, or he could dieobey. There is nothing more clearly set forth %hfkn this: lie disobeyed and was cast forth out of the garden or state of innocence. There was bo amnesty given him by which he oould be bro...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 14 February 1878

raws OP subscription. ©■• copy one year, (in advance) 2 00 six uioa. " 125 " •* three - « 75 BATK8 or ADYKRTISIKQ. 1 inch 3 moj. | 5. S inch 3 moa. 8. 8 inch 3 mo . 12. 4 inch 3 moa. 15. & 14 col 3 nos. 38. 1 ooL 3 moa. 65. 1 inch 6 ni os $ 8 2 incli 6 moa. 18 3 incli 0 moa. 16 4 inch 6 mos. 26 5 inch 6 mos. 29 1-4 col 6 mos. 35 1-2 col 6 mos. 55 1 col 0 mos. 100 inch twelve months, 13 - " •• 1G 26 " 88 - - 50 1-4 col " " « 53 14eol ** - " 75 One col " " " 145 Yearly advertisers allowed the prive- lige of a quarterly change. Manfdge and obituary notices when exceeding 10 lines, charged as advertisc- Kotices of a personal character, and ,a£l advertisements under the liead of •pfeaia] notices, two prices. bwal notices 15 cents per line for lot insertion and 10 cents for each sub- aeqnent Insertion. Address all business letters to K. E. OWEN, Publisher Dispatch, PROFESSIONAL jobh c xattiikws, a. g. walker IWS& WALKER, Attorneys at Law. Office ou north eidc of the public square....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 14 February 1878

General Joseph E. Johxsto íb a candidate for Congress in the Richmond (Virginia) District. ! The county tax in Bexar county is one dollar and eighteen cents on each $100 worth of property. Rich silver ore is reported to have been discovered about 150 miles west of San Antonio, in Uvalde county. Hon". Gideon Wells, ex-Secre- tary of the navy, died at his resi- dence in Hartford, Monday Feb. 11th. There was a hundred thousand dollar fire in Shreveport on last Tuesday night. The Times office was des troy od. The Georgetown people say they are in earnest about building a branch road from their town to the International. During the month of January sixteen hundred immigrants passed through Chattanooga en route to Texas. They were from Tennes- see, Alabama and North Carolina. The Terrell Star wants W. M. Walton for Lieutenant Governor, and the Brenham Banner favors the nomination of Joseph D. Say- ars for that position. We acknowledge the reception of • complimentary invitation to at- the...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 14 February 1878

mm Mem- £.IST OF TKANSFKH& PUBLISHED weekly -*-8u&9cribtrs receiving their pa- Xon the margin may HM their time is up, and to come up and pa¡¡ what they owe. local. —A picket fence trill be placed around the Fair Grounds this year. —W« will probably be . able to give our readers a couple of mar- riage notice* next week. —The Commissioners' Court is in session this week and some qaéstions of considerable import- unes will be discnised and acted upon. —It was a happy time the young people had at Mr. Frank Taylor's last Sunday. —Our readers will notice the udrertisement of Basbury & Piokett in an other eolnmn. These gentlemen keep a store well filled with choice goods in East Lampasas, which they are selling at very reasonable rates. —ladies of 40 years of age can buy The Bloom of Youth for 75 cento at Gooch'a drug stort. —Bob Shroyier, who made jyier, wno maae his escape with Labnutte and Snow, last week, but who was not cap- turad with them, was caught Wednesday night, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 14 February 1878

published weekly. Plain DreMiug For Church. BY h. l. hastings. dressing, keeping The house of prayer is a poor Jriace to exhibit beads, ribbons, raffles, gewgaws aad trinkets, íhe evils of such vanity and ex- travagance are many. It keeps people from church when they have not apparel as gorgeous as their neighbors. It loads the poor with onrdens too heavy to be borne, to niure fashionable clothing. It s many into temptation, debt, dishonesty, and bin. It causes many a poor shop-girl to work nearly all of Saturday night, that some customers fine clothes may be ready for the Sunday show. It keeps people at home in cloudy or stormy weather, when, if: they wore plain clothing, they couid defy clouds and storms. It consumes the morning hour in crimping and fussing. people away from worship, wasting time, exhausting strength, hinder- ing the reading oí the Scriptures, and making the day of rest a day ol toil and folly. It makes the poor emulous, malicious and envious, and sows many a bitt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 28 February 1878

to KtrTT* THE LAMPASAS DISPATCH Pablbhed Kvwy Thatilay. TKItXS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year, (in advance) •• "' nix mo . - " three " " f 8 2 inch 6 moa. 18 3 inch H moa. 16 4 inch 6 utos. 26 5 inch 6 mo*. 2!) 1-4 col 6 moa. :{•" 1-2 col 6 mos. 55 1 Col 0 TOO . 100 13 16 26 38 50 53 75 145 KATK8 OK ADVEHTISINO. 1 Inch 31UO.O. $5. 1 inch 6 mos 2 inch 3 mod. 8. 3 inch 3 tow. 12. 4 inch 3 mos. 15. indi 3 m«a. lb. 1*4 cul 3 uioa. 23. 14««tVnwK 38. 1 coL 3 «OÍ. 65. Om inch twelve month*. Two ** Thwe * Pom Five " 1-4 col " 1-3 col tine oil " " Yearly advertiser* allowed the prive- lige of a quarteily change Marriage and obituary notices when «seeding 10 lined, charged as advertise- ment . Notices of a personal character, and «II advertisements under the bead of Upwial notices, two prices. Local notices 15 cents per line for first insertion and 10 cents for each sub- sequent insertion. Address all business letters to It. K. OWEN, Publisher Dispatch, PROFESSIONAL joiix c matthews, a. o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 28 February 1878

* Oflice, On fourth Street. lampasas, texas. ff. r- BEALL - - Editor \ I i Thursday Morning, Feb:28, '18. f A terrible fight between some J negtpsofdiers and some grocery / bullies occurred' at Fort Concho t fast week. Two or three of each party were wounded, and two have since died. — •©'• Lampasas county was never in a state of more quietude and pros- perity than at present. Not a feud or any other unpleasant state of affairs between any parties exists, and the people are all- happy and hard at work. While other coun- ties are. having their commotions and strifes.. Lampasas is as serene and lovely as a May morning. Cardinal Pecci has been elec- ted, by the Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church, as the spiritual niler of that large and wide spread denomination. He is said to be a man of great learning and of liberal ■views,,having not only the confi- dence antf esteem of those who elected him, but the press of the world is lond in its praises of one who is to manage the great affa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 28 February 1878

m m* m M W shed wéékly. ~T —Subscribers receiving their pa- > perwith an X on the margin may 5 ilWV. that their time is up, and requested to cotne vp and pay what they owe. — — LOCAL. frteh garden seeds, seta and seed potatoes, at MELLOS'S. .*r - . -43* to Hughes' Mill to get your eorn shelled. —Bead the address of Jadge McGinnis delivered before the 6reeQ,back Clnb of onr town. —O.L. Wiley, who is with D. W.jQooch, cao dispense drags as well as sell perfumery, soaps, etc. —Vie are sorry to hear of the loss, by robbery, from their camp, of soqif $75 to $100, by Messrs. f^Rasbury and " Pomp " who had been up the rith 'two loads of meal, missed their horses and the liiint, leaving their an overcoat at the camp, one came and relieved vof their trip. Tbtfropoonred near Coleman City. —¡Our friend, F. M. Tatura, one day last week, had about $220 in bia^pocket book, which was rather too lárge for his pocket, and while he WaB loading a lot of lumber, the book fell out of his pocket, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 28 February 1878

PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Hjr Neighbor. l,ove your neighbor tiff yourself— Thus the Good Book readetli; And I glance across the way • At my neighbor Edith, tVho, With garden hat and gloves, Tliroagh the golden hoars Of the sunny Summer morn, Flits among her flower? . Love your neighbor as yourself— Winsome, blue-eyed girlie, Golden gleams of sunny hair, Dimpled, pink and pearly. Áa I lean upon the stile And wateb-her at her labor, How macli better than myself • Do I love my neighbor! Love your neighbor as yourself— How devout I'm growing I All my heart with ferveHt !oyo Toward my neighbor glowing. Ah 1 to keep that blest command Were the sweetest labotf, Í or with all my heart and soul Do I love my neighbor! —Lizzie Clark Hardy. THE WHIPPINB.POST. Louisville Courier-Journal. The argument against the pau* ishment of whipping for petty thieving that it is a blow aimed a the poor man is as gross an insult a8 ever was put upon the poor and honest men of this State. When poor men congegrate aud ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 14 March 1878

2 00 1 25 75 m.otitaímsDispiiTCH. PaMlAMi íwrjr Thmday. TIKX8 Of SUBSCRIPTION. • «ííSp ' - HATK8 or ADVERTISING. t ImA 3 mo*. f 5. 1 melt 6 nios $ S S incli 3 mott. 8. 2 inch 6 inos. 1.1 8 inch (¡ moa. ](> . 4 inch 6 uios. 26 5 inch 6 uios. 29 1-4 col 6 uios. 35 1-2 col 6 nios. 55 1 col 8 uios. 100 12. 15. It . 14l 1-2 col Sum. 38. 1 cal. 9 moa. 65. Oiw ivfc twelve aonthn, Tkni Four Fire 1-4 e l 14 Ml OMCnl 13 1« 26 SV 50 53 75 145 Vwirij dverti«ero Allowed the prive Itg of a quarterly change Marviafe |nd obituary notio-s when rim — charged aa advertim.-- Notlcea of a personal character, and •II advertiwment onder the bead of Special notice , two prices. I .oral notice* 15 cents per line for ftiM inwrtioa aad 10 cents for each snh- - SM|uaat insertion. Adifrcxs all business letters to K. E. OWEN, Publisher Dispatch, PROFESSIONAL MHX C MATTnKWS, 4 - G- WAI.KEK jjíttüews& walker, gr Office on north side of thr yHfc jy*1 - G:46* alter acker. (Lett af Raiding. Mm-) Attorney at La...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 14 March 1878

•ém OIBr , On Funrili ! treeI. I.A MI* A HA S, TRX AS. #• i • BEALL Editor TimrsdayMomíng March 14, '78 The new court house in San Saba is completed and the District Conrt is now being: held in it. -M # J Oil if Adkisson, who hud the Dig fight with Charlie Montgomery sit Florence, Williamson county, a year or so agor was tried last week at Georgetown in the County Conrt and fined §100 for the ag- gravated assault. Montgomery had been fined $450 for his part of the engagement- ' ' V - — CeLOKEL W. C^Dalrtmple, of Williamson county, requested ns to say to the people that he expccted to be in the field for á seat in the next Legislature. .Colonel Dal- rymple is an old citizen of this ])istrict, has served . the people faithfully in several positions of honor and trust, and is highly re- spected'for his patriotism and fi- delity to his constituents. When he is ftrily in the field our readers will *«e his announcement. From what we can learn there will be no effort to supercede Judge Ter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 14 March 1878

MARRIED. receiving their pa per vitk m Xon the margin may ifkitfkdr time is up, and to come up «^L OCAL. m- ~^y Court for crimi- nal, civil and probate business, will begin on aext Monday. ' and interesting wlna of Brook's took place at their do last Saturday, good eating Con- or the 'programme. glad to know (hat an elegapt pavement is to be laid, be- ginning at Markwanl's store and "the court house ttepe. ia also to be made in houses along that line. fcS hotel is in- in popularity. h*v« been added by the time Die- ending An awi front ol CaU and ipénA adíme with him. m: —At'tf. Strickland'# mammoth ent and iry, is the books, and priatmgdone. On the evening of March 12th,- at' the residence of the bride's la- ther in Burnet county, by Elder J. A. Abney of this city, Mr. William T. IIutto, of Ilutto Sta- tion, Williamson county, to Miss Amanda Berry. We are requested by R. D. McAnally, Esq.. and his most esti- mable lady, to tender their heart- felt gratitude and unfeigned thanks to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 14 March 1878

PUBLISHED WEEKLY* Delinquent Tax List. Sy.+irttfe of the delinquent lax rolls 6f the County of Lampasas for the years 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874 and 1875, I have thi? day levied on, and will pro- ceed to Bell, at the court house door of said county in the town of Lampasas, State of Texas, to the highest bidder for cash, between legal hours, on the first Tuesday, it being the SECOND DAY of APRIL, 1878. the following described lands, or sufficient quantity thereof to satisfy the taxes, penalties and costs due and unpaid thereon : j— 1871. C H Allen, 77# acres, original grsfñtét Josie M Keyna ab no 134, $15 77 R T Burleson, 640 acres, orig gr J T Edwards, abstract no 5i, J J Roland lot six and frac six blk tweity, town of Lampasas, J D Sleight, 4428 acres, original grantee, Milton Hieles, 1872. S Jackson eleven acres original grantee John Burleson ab no 12 C U Hart two acres, original grantee John Burleson alb no 12 Lucían Hopson 160 acres original grantee Lucían Hopson 22 97 James O* Rile...

Publication Title: Lampasas Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 21 March 1878

1 DISPATCH. " six OIOS. - Tliuaday. tar SUBSCRIPTION, in advance) 200 125 75 8 moa. Inch Sinos. inch twelve months, .i « • " w i 1 inch b nios 2 inch G mos. 8 inch 6 nios. 4 inch 6 mos. 5 inch 6 mos. 1-4 col (5 mos. 1-2 col 6 mos. 1 col 6 mos. 100 13 1G 26 38 50 53 75 145 . ¡ RMK- ■ ;i-rV ;• V- Four Five - 1-4 col ." 14 col •' Oñ eol.ff 4, Yearly advertisers allowed the prive Ji^e of a quarterly change •Marriage and obituary notices when exceeding 10 lines, charged as advertise- meat«. ; ■Jlotreesora p«Tr,onal character, and all advertisements under the head of apecial notices , two prices. .Ijocal notices 15 cents i er line for firnt insertion and 10 cents for each sub- sequent insertion. Address all business letters to «. E. OWEN, Publisher Dispatch. S1 ON A L ♦ ROBT. E. OWEN, Proprietor. The Pi-ogress-, of the Frontier. $2 PER ANNUM, in Advance. VOL. VII. LAMPASAS, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1878. NO. 42. THE DISPATCH, PUBLISHED LAMPASAS, WEEKLY. TEXAS 40IÍK C MATTHEWS, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 21 March 1878

1# ¿ rv.# •*sri ■ :V- V~ O Mee, Un fourth Street. LAMPASAS, TEXAS. Vf. x~. BEALL - - Editor TtittfsiiayTBoming Marcti2 T, '78 Our thanks are due our worthy Representative in Congress, Horn / Í). 0. biddings, for valuable public documents. 1 i ( V m We hear but little said as to our liext Congressman. We suppose Hancock, Sbeppard and Giddings will be tbe field, and lively times may be expected. / The killing of Markley by Nalle, in Austin, last week, ex- cited tbe populace to the highest pitch. But for tbe prudence of a few influential men, mob violence would probably have been the r-e- Bult. Bill Loxolby, and Brown Bowen, brother-in-law to J. AV. Harden, will have to pay the pen- alty of their crimes by hangiug. The Supreme Court nas affirmed the decision of the jury, and unless they escape their course is nearly atan end. —TOs have received a letter from Capt P. N. Harris, of Belton, an- nouncing his intention to ran for the office of Land Commission- er. The Captain has many frien...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 21 March 1878

* füblismíd weekly. ^-Subsctibfirs receiving their pa- pet voxill an X on the margin may bwt> that their time is up, and íkty are requested to come up and i - promptly pay what tliey owe. LOCAL. IU' mm 1-2 pounds for $1, at Witcher's. —Bead tbe proceedings of the Greenback Club at Senterfitt. —Butter is very scarce and Would command a good price if brought to market. —S. W. Mellon has returned from Galveston, where he has been purchasing goods. —Judge McGinnis made one of his most effective greenback speeches at San Saba, last week. 'The Hnling Brothers have purchased upwards ol $8000 worth of groceries and provisions for the Lampasas trade. —Our District Court begins next Monday. It is the heaviest criminal docket we have ever seen, many of the cases having been brought here from other counties. —Extra fine flour, and wed * millett at Witcher's —John B. Higdon is receiving his spring stock of goods, and before long will tel! the people what he has through the columns of the Disp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lampasas Dispatch — 21 March 1878

-*'■ ■ . * PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Tax List. I 5v - > • I¿ Jk-C. * • Wm ■■: 14 38 6 75 09 45 1 12 23 !)7 G 75 5 00 4 88 (iOO 4 50 4 20 1 50 3 CO 1 00 2 00 7 86 2 07 By virtue of the delinquent tax rolls fit the County of Lampasas for thsi years 3871, 1872, 1873, 1874 and 1875, I have this day levied oft, and will pro- ceed to jell, at the coivrt house door of said county it -the town of Lampasas, State of TeSa£s,-to the highest bidder for cash, between legal hours, on the first Tuesday, it "being the SECOND DAY of APK1L, 1878. the follow i tig described lands, or sufficient quantity thereof to satisfy the taxes, penalties ami costs dire aud unpaid thereon : 1871. 6 H Allen, 776 acres, oriifinal grantee Jósie M iteyna ab bo 134, $15 77 It-T Borlesotf, 640 acres, orig gr .FT Edwards, abstract no 5 J, J J Roland lot six and frac six blk twenty, town of Lampasas, J D Sleight, 4428 acres, original grantee, Milton HicXs, 1872. S Jackson eleven acres ori-jlnal grantee John Burleson ab no 12 1...

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