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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 27 October 1883

Editor Echo -.—l an thai aboat $1,900 have been subscribed for the purpose of ve J. N. Browing, formerly of this county bnt ' ■ sport# two daily is to be con , the Wichita riv over six!/ en- for the big races : month. P|Bot hare less than $3,0o0 to begin with. If we need wy school house here at all we need a first class one. Albany can muster aboat two hundred children, with as good blood and fine brain* as any town can boast of, and we a*e^ SmI : for their future. In order to do our whole duty we must hare a good, large and well «<juipped school house, give out moral team support to our teacher, and be- __ general fore *e realize the fact Al- within the w% have a first-class school of rhich shte can wall be proud, wjjiie the satisfaftionf upon I le conscien- o duty is per- it reward to im us the necessity of1 in this most rn irnrigfi we feel last week and in an interview with a representative of the Galveston News said he objects to the BJW system of sales of school land adopted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 27 October 1883

&nk. bui ld- Mond&y « B die? see the- ■fit a few Cisco was ft of the 2 ■ ■ -v. , i ,5! ttfac- aaiuere in —Mis« Ida Manning is vot- ing her brothers Ed. Jfofen and Will. and sister. Mrs. MeAnolty. Don't go !oi board any more. If you canl or will not pay, you cannot -eat at ^ 18 HARTFIKLD'S. —The Crystal Falls railroad company has been' formed and toot-tooted here ibis week. For want of space the Echo cannot tell it all this week, *' —Capfc. J. H. L Bray of som Prairie, Lamar coui||^ editor of the Knights of Honor Sentinel, has been spending the week here working- for his pa per and the order o ' which it i* aa exponent. A Big fttock of goods on hand U 20 and more arriving daily at RJfc. Mannings. toid be tbey arc --The party given , the Knights of Pythias Friday ev ening last was such a pleasant affair that the Knights have de- termined to continue the socia at very reasonable 23 a very hard fell accompanied by a sharp north wind. It lasted but turned cold, mercury running do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 27 October 1883

- —- mm ,0^§3 -i'' r- ||r> „•§' v , , , ,* -> i EkT. X.. .< ■*. r J , . mr ■1 i KM JUL, 'in ' J I * . Jlgi I •- - * ■ ■ v.4- • , 4 .: ■- ' . •. .•£ }yp !• V! i.: /•>,-. . &: ,1 r • J, , •* ' , '. ',\,V ■ .- ' - '• TRAVELING BAGS , ETC ~ 'w'TBpwSf* fe&cnHIM! " ••' Sfoff 11 ;.,"—ij..,i„..- .'..tee-i sb&i f.t, 9<ny23i ,&*>•- ■ •. ....... ^ . .. wmmm "57F" —i 'msgmm'<$ $« *-T* " ' \ - ■ ■ i. , i'I . BW ■HBW-wemM BE DALLAS $ •4tf i,;''] ' " X'.< ' T^T I ; Ji ur .''V 3^^ Heir a* Herald. iii i ■ •■■fcMF I j ■HHI "•n- ' apr- HIP ji# •,<■ Robert A I eaota. The wfco In J the government letter, give® an in : i' i ; "53 ' <i w Mt? ••'■&. ••• . •, . ■H711 . • , • >y . ^ ■ ' •- „ v • ting account of an at- c phenomenon, wJb^cfa witueased in the Toya- 'M little boy with ber dowu in the street a lady acquaintance drawled out, u0h, you don't know Bow glad'I am to get home again. We were away eeveh weeks. OleAulngs. . The daughter of a fisherman do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 3 November 1883

T0BMST Oi LAW, _ fgTATI AGENT, ei&wd Ciwfjr. ; ftiSt! tH>Ort sjtjti:--J District Attorney, the tilled Monday in September, and may sit lag* TteMtng L' i • w. JSAii*#■ VAMPB& mm, n mm W £ * . * _• t" G*nntf «*. L Ptelier H. C. t| | ■ L. M. K<vner, Falm. - |:r|] County Judge, ict & Co. Clerk A0*egsor. Inspector County Attorney. No. 1 - t - S * * " 4 _ Constable " " 4 Comtuisniouer precinct No 1 T-^issr""^ i n whiiu " « «* «• s 41 4 Cenaty Caprt. ^Criminal business—The thirdyXLaday Clvtt and Prt Moftdnjg£ll Jai third March. May, July. by a Hue-tooth comb in the way many a mother redeems her boy's scalp." At this juncture another lot of the precious kindling was put in the furnace. The scribe J dusted off his note book, shook I the lapel of his up his hands and roofs encrusted with pre-[had hie finger nails inspected, Op the second Monday in February, May', August #nd November. i reetut No. )> #. in each inootU.at Fori Preelnct No. No. Fdur. on the second Mon- *t an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 3 November 1883

WOOLEN 1ILU. ^■1 A? jouruallsts, deeply interest ©d in the welfare and prosperi- ty of the people at large and especially those of this section of country■, we deyn it our doty Br T i and a world of fine foe! ever Crystal Falls. The doal de; its there hare been tbor« tested and found io.be of a superior qualify. There Is an abundance of wood near here to supply the wants of any num- ber <*( mills, and there is no , . , healljbier country anywhere. lowMnbM to whatever ob w# ^ ^ t|)# Bllte[prtae j. / ject that tends to bring comfort, happiness and wealth to the masses. Other countries far less favored', than Northwest Texas have by their toil and in- dustry, judiciously directed, be- come the richest and most pow- erful nation* on earth. Austra- Ifa, the settlement and prosper! - ty of which- began by the Brit- oat iah government transporting her prisoners Ihitfae* and establish :jint? tfcera there as? a peri 3 i solo 0y in 1787, is not so well adapr- thisWtion of as, yet, t y thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 3 November 1883

ie IjWJ . wa lo 111 . i 4 \ iiii.c u . it,. • ' . ■ - ■ ili. ■ 11 41 ipet ri? The Or de t 8O00I. R-. r; t if >k u :—On Friday,!. tb« Mat flay of tt>* first -;t. tt ottbn A8.wi;y Pub-. r- * , f 4... . . vkrfuui "st«Mir.«ion of ail ih*> g**d«*. .t.... . .=. jtjsitetei former^of thif place, is | u « *tioWr*qi,> 0r a... pUl> fo# th< ' - Mr. Hobbjf, l*b^d^v,,UC(it,aS jibe Ilourfjiti Daily Post, a« COME AND SEE r Si S3& V. ..fjt. HI' .i' Nam£ Wagone, ib V^l r i,s •-•"■ ■. oar Presbyterian .brethren to fenee liiei iqr'ilt* k~t ma at K. K" WfliGSr Dickeuaon. Loutie McLean, Sfora Si ' Lnuln f Jame? H- .. ', v< 11, '.«p§F W* 87 at * ; 'i IS ■ LS .1- ;lt«8 >f w'ei^ driven from tbis :ountj tc Raird foi shipment ■ • •' a i Siw«' arrmi.ijg( daily at :E R. Mamnng'is. • 20 - was male happy by t mx . Jbree- ibmghlim—imu) ti\* ' * mnm ■ ■ ' Ge rgkW* L'ibi i!a:.<;Ui ■ I OertteBtirn< Linnle Jordan, Ww., Lynch, Mit'.'rfwU Bi'tara, Darid Barry: . keneon, lit'-Rockwell, -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 10 November 1883

jpJjg'lTJSiS LA- ' * CAMPBELL, —; " ;T -^r; t | BOUNTY, TEX A liiuujujiui- NO 4'! ALBANY, I, WREt rOE! DISMG A L A h ai, oh. wbtt - ■ S! If T. B. Wbe*ter, jt: District Jufaei | J II. ChHiouiu - I3|strtct Attorney. Court convenes the third Monday In Febrn'at* iiml September, am! uiaj sit two wwks. MS?--; iisMjisun. Sherifl & tax :Coll«tyr. aeote, - - - Surveyor. County Treasurer. . - Tax 'AUtrnmrr. JolHSS - luMHNJtO* AVi i%g 1 A. McAtlUB, \ Henry Hem****#. C/BLPli . fe. K, Conrad, —Ths tifird Jlbud&y driialiial "tJh-tt and'i-'nibato bnmiesa—The thlrfl Monday fit ; -. m# -March, May , July and ^November. , . May, Aagwst an4 N in February, * * JuMiee*<Iourta. jjSTo, One.. or.-*he last Monday iu >< 'iday • Griffin ' C H AH I>K iso. Three, 011 the cecond Sat- a eh month, at the resldeijc« of lite . ■ ■■ t !-.i j. third tath it eh . owtlt at H'ti.in- tfisd 7 iu;iu.r *% b. £• r. te-B the :sd .tl? Sab- I , - I a (■' S Hyi KX.. ■ oci um the *w«HMi „M(t HUV, "i !n ■ a*l ui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 10 November 1883

article in justice t many of Whom ai letters? to the ung8 the l ienilatcte . - ■ Sutler feei ng d id copies oi i*m—■ laareites- c ac.B RCTTiCUT. e watei bound ri,t)l ibi i te Osnl j, ■ . ... ..<•'It 4 • jFhe «*ane of the Srate t . Dug Campbell peuding in thecountj court/fosfl cfti Option JUaw," in tiffin pfecitiOt, it appealed on defendant'. the petition for "Lo cat Option*' was filed, and at the election was ordered, a special session of the eoart, and was therefore in vio of the Reyised Statutes. His Honor, Judge in pursuance of the de the Court of Appeals casus, was of the ypinion such irregularity was fatai the Local Option election -ud directed a verdict of ac- which was accordiugly I. The decisiou was right under the rulings efofthe Court of Appeals. The hint at the time. f'Blind Tiger's" eyes at Fort s Sittings, not con-[griffin are now judicially de- regaling its special clared open and to remain so with surplus back until closed by an election held in accordance wit|f la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 10 November 1883

—oam JiOVEMBKK 10. | it at Shield*' 0|t- r. W« met two geii- warm and pleas taste uf winter ibis , at Creswell & 84 thm week >n bas given his ce to quit vii 01 befure ib$ 15th inst. Fresh Bread bakederery day t Chttrli«'s HwHariftt # 7 —Harvt Biggs left here bun day bound for Fort VV ortb aud Dallas to take in the races. • ■■ r"' —tdeut. Chandler from F< ), t iiriffin Thursday, itd'tri atMcBimmoo'*. Albany is hoi growing is mistaken as to facts. S8T Sewing HMehtoes are well repre- seatod In Albany: N. II. Burn* i agent for the Improved White the Genuine Singer, the Household, New lloine,.«ud Estey Singer. Pnoes range from $25 to J46. t -Messrs. Rtltlege, Dick Jonet ! and another gentleman went huatiogifallautdfty afternoon and returned Sunday with ten tur- keys and quite a number off ducks a«d squirrels. SQTTbose of yo«i whose notes and no count* tire past due. would oblige ue very much by callHigiu aud settling same. I can't wait always. M E. E. Masking. COME AND SEE THE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 10 November 1883

vwmSSR i ■■ ' *• r v-' BUILDING, NORTHEAST COR COURT SQUARE. ALBANY, TEXAfe. ■J ■ \. o ■K* ■ 2L K 5® HH I v - • • ■ • •■■-- ,1. :> TRAVELING B A G S , ET O. • V ... - - . y".r~>a > fmmwmmmmm ...... 9 Furnishi n g jl§ ■ o o d s "*"r "•• \y>"^ '* 'r -zmF •> & • .'•/- ■ - . ..■ K&.; * J* ■ •' ■ ALL STYE8 ARID SIZES, ■'; * . .• f' . • - • •-•• ' -.n - , • • . . ••■"■."• •' ■ '• * •: •., . .. •:rf" ' " ' . r- \ • ■ ' 'y * - ■' •V: ■ Se* " ' ttS&jgSm. ■ ■="- ;K* ■; ■'* -Jfrsfr i ... - • DALLAS PRICES POSITIVELY '■£>*, - 'jLm" " ■' V darn HtoeKings n«at ifo Hid then alwavi that jwat own am is order. Do not hi a button be off your shoes aiaiuate than needful. It takes Jlist about a minute to m doefin a should know it w ho oould Never etart off on a iuurney or walk without tolling aome one of the family your purpose. Never be away from the diuu«r or supper at born* without giv- iug notice of your intention or muob liability. Ai ote all, never be away at night ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 17 November 1883

NO. 47. , VOL. 7, ALBANY, SHACKELFORD ^COUNTY , TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1883 NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO 26 ATTORNEY at LAW, real estate agent, jyOTABT PUBLIC, -J ?■: Ill m * >pef n- i OFFICIAL IMBECTOKT District Judge. District Attorney, he tliinl Hobday in September, and may sit W.T. t* - ■' . D. W. M. PUWH*, M. JK J. L. V. CAMPBELL, ■M AT LAW, County Judge. District & Co. Clerk Hherifi A Tax CaKeetor. - - - . Surveyor. - County Treasurer. - Tax Assessor. - - Inspector I Rye, . County Attorney: W. W. gammons, J. P., pre't No. 1 J. L, Thorp, " " •* S A. XI White. " - " S J. A. McAmis, " *• u 4 Henry Herron Constable k- M 4 T. H. Bane. (.Commissioner Precinct No 1 C. H. Philbriok, « " * 2 R.A.Elliott, • #. "8 F. E, Conrad, *r ^ " "4 t£m i third MLnday jj Criminal | in each month. Civil and Probate in January, March, May, July, r and November. Texas. for Monday in February Precinct No, One. on the last Monday in | each month. &i the oourt bouse ■ Igbecint No. Two, on the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 17 November 1883

r,,-~ I. Palo Pinto of United residing in 'b connty, :■ The commissioners court of Bell county have issued $100.^ 000 in bonds to build a cvuit house. lieutenant Geo. Schmids with drinks eigh'rangers, have been order- ed by tiie adjutant general from San Antonio to Mobeetie. where they will spend the winter ^ • ===== . . The New Orleans States says 100,000 bales of cotton were re- ceived at that port last week, the largest amount ever reeeiv ed at any one point in the suae Five men working in a gravel pit at Dallas, were crushed by a cave in of the bank Wednes one was killed outright way company was week under the of the Texas and Great , Monday ev its and sous, were arrested e safe of Hec 000. purpose from McKinney, Collin to Seymour, Baylor A fire in Cisco Monday morn- ing destroyed EL Q. Epper & -Go's, grocery, M. B. Owens & Co'e, hardware stone; Pally & Co's. restaurant, and W. J. &9.000. insurance $2,200. bjg fool thief thought to win4" by burglariz- ing tbe res...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 17 November 1883

ANY ECHO. at Mcttimmon's. 30 or man horses are ex re next week. A WUl- 26 —Jacobs & Wisher bonght of S. Hull the lot adjoining the bank on the north, this week. f0rThe beet $ujptr ilpuae Molasae* la town j t E. K- Msniting's. 23 .. —Will Moore and Deed Mey er came in frpm Yellow House on Thursday afternoon, looking first rate. § 1 - ] ih Bread baked every day at Charlie's Restaurant. « 7 —A passenger platform is much needed at the depot. It is a long siceich to the ground from the bottom step of a coach. Free Delivery. Creswell & vyiiiiams deliver all heavy " ; of ttieui, In aay part of and daugh first of the at McEim- 26 & Will- their new tfTTwi-ivc dozen genuine Stetson bats jts E. K. Manning's, 4§, - w -Workmen are making rap id progress on the addition to the Bit Hotel Laid at Creswell & Will- - f>, ; 25 1 -Br. 8 from Fort mm a will m ove here next week and of apple* anrt po- 26 > oil a t Brown left yeslerday trip to Coleman, and other places. — rr ' ■ ', t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 17 November 1883

■!*' Jl y -1 • « '! ■ ROCK BUILDING, NORTHEAST OOR COURT SQUARE. ALBANY, TEXAS. ■o'wpag ~ HMIra * , J*?.. Y&ywSP.' ^*81 ■ V •■vC ■ ♦ *3# ,- v, ^..'1 '* A" t x&Xi ;r- f, '•{ '■*« w twsm ■m-m, •■ ii «... 1.1. ■>'% TRUNKS f'H frwiiB * ETC. TRAVELING BAGS, .V " V '. . -Y'.; ;; I m.r p;jS? ^ i' 1 ' ' ■ asfe Wvff '' /I * .>• SH& * * "-V ' •' T$n<iwW-" .4^* :■'••--■;l 'J?1-' ■ •-, . 'tSS^SfVSf&i -15>•'. AU'.'-o ■••:■*■ *"-.;"-it.v-iff:fr"<- ' . ' .-V #—1— ■'I • qPfi m<m&. ^v;vy, HNMI?! p -. ■; T .. —« ■ ■I I if&£;'%'■ i - -v r&r-MS®; v - \&■ f# , , •'#.•• . ' • * mmon;, PMIllRPsCttttuatfu f li j ' . .v_£ DALLAS PRICES FOR POSITIVELY mP'Mfv:: POT t,-T ; * « " . • s ! 'J T'i ■, j MIMcm. Interview.. ;■, then, as the conver- from point to point of like a freighted bark ragged coast, Mr. In d: i % sir, is a fleeting thing, out of sight and are I do not flee men want to be Pres on ever have any each r Jj f &m as a young man 1 ous. I have foun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 24 November 1883

NO. 48. LA W PUBLIC, % ALBANY, SHACKELFORD i' I ——' , TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1*83. • • . « , ■ m OmCIAL UIBErjTOKY. Twelfth Judicial T. B. Wbe-ler, - District Judee. J. H. Calbouu. - District Attorney. Oortrt convenes the third Monday in F^ruAiy aud Hfcpteiuber, and may alt two w«iipyg££ MiBHBil tr*Mm smBM County Judge. JMstrict & Co. Clerk I mm '' ■ U. ti. Simpson. Hbertfl & Ti*x Collector. Wmmmm' : - , - ; sorv Palm.' - - "- Tax Assessor. Jones - - - Inapoet* #8 A" Thorp, . White. . Ba'rre '..w. -s ' k- :• £-'«$; •%,JS Prdprk-lor Criminal buginese-W third MLuday in each month. A Civil and Probate business—The thircl Moudaj in January, March, Stay, ixty. ■hh CAmmiMiooer'N On the second Monday in February, May, August and November, Ft m [AT CIIVE'S OO) STAND.] . One. on the last Monday in eaeb month, at the epurt house Pre# No. TwoVthe first Monday breach month, at Fort Griffin. _ ; | Precinct No. Three,on the second Sat- "**""* gf Precinct No. Four, oi the sec#Dd Mon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 24 November 1883

4 echo: ' :l * ■ i Th« city coqdcU and butoess of* Galveston have fally awakened to the necaasity of d«ep water over the bar in front of the harbor, and to that and have sent letter* to Capt. James B. Bade asking him to MM to the rescue aud knock a hole in the bar. The Mormon missionaries are ^aing the Southern States with verf bed results; recently an elder of tbe church passed ngh Kansas C ty, bound Utah, with so enty-eight the Southern It U useless to pay ignorant persona ">ff| Galveston — The following is a fair sample of the letters the Echo receives nearly every mail. INoy. $0, to some extent _ «of your place. Would be stad to iwriw three or four %SStX2£-°"TJS2£r- Truly ouf town and paper are eomfng prominently before the world. The Weatherford correspon- dent of the Fort Worth Gazette gives an account of the opening of tbe new opera house in that place in which he says: "Mr. J. G. Stuttz, in tbe thrill- ing drama of *A Celebrated Case/' supported by excellent talent, both ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 24 November 1883

THE ALBANY ECHO. ^^gjggS^SSSi 1 « 11= haTLBOAY. SOVEMBKB U. 1M. —Beatttiful weather ail this 8EE STUTTZ Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday nights. IK'S Cash St or* is Mill m the delivered tree to any part of Goods the town. iocs. R i —The bank building is near- . K. do not —Only think of it—here it is tbe last of November, and yes terday everybody of the he-be persuasion who could, was nutting tbe shade. tobacco at Creswell A V —Jadge Lynch has finished wing his 115 mote pasture sorth QitowiL Frost cabbage at Hartfield's. i —Mr. Charley McCormack of Throckmorton, was in town We&nesday. I at Creswell * 84 degrees yesterday in the ghsde. ■: . ■■ , ■■■- , jgrNew goods and more to arrive at —Mart Dixon lost his three- link pin Saturday. Someone find it for him. Syrup at McBim- ~^|P ■ m—JKgggKM ' «{ -Are you ready to winter your stock in good shape? If not, vou had better rustle Mid) . H at Crewwell * WiU- 517 - —The trains during the past week have come in well laden — with passengers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 24 November 1883

G, NORTHEAST OOR COURT SQUARE. ALBANY, TEXAS. ' '':T-> ;'c'iWiy;> ■ :*mt' mmm M, k jRL; \ •• •* •, ft'*. ■ . ■ ■ - . " tiffis P ; " 1 . '-jf1 , rftaa, J ■Mills , . __ - ^0 9 "" 1 11 •■ ■ M . -' '■•■' • SXP^fl *■ ' < • '■ ' - , . i ,ii 11 • 11 1 ■ •* ^*" ' CAPS VX1.X V* -*- . ■/. . . ; •:... . ; • N G B AGS. ETC. * '-a>' -•. ■.■*?*■■} '-rfv-' - T P r —_ ^iShhH —., ... M.-,. i... <4P 1 { . : ?-/■ ^ ■■>■• . a,, ■ 'is iJL. - ' . ■ ' ' • 'if l&. 1HII1W • . . . ALL STYES AND & DALLAS PRICES FOR ej of tells ton Mr. own :>r, *nd| jred in : court inch Jay-Bye-See's Owner. Apropos of tbe great success and money won by tbe trotter, Jay-Eye^See, tbe following from an exchange as to Ms owner is hot bad : "'W* ' On tbe Monday after JayTSye beat 8t. Julien he bought a camel's hair shawl for wife, and offered in pay- Mob and Bibles. It-is said to be a fact that the idols worshipped by the heath- en of India and Africa are now all mannfactured iu England, aud that there ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 1 December 1883

NO. 4 . LA W, I I nil. I ■ . II. J ^ LB ANY SHA^ELFORD COUNTY TEXAS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1883. mmImm NEW SERIES, VOL. 1. NO *8. PUBLIC, County, Toms. square. v. H lOWilA, *.b. <fc POWELL, and SURGEONS , Texas. CAMPBELL, LAW, , lias been and for , we most House. OFFICIAL WBKCIOE1. Twelfth Judicial District. T. B. Wherler, - - District J ud*e. J. H. ChUhjuu. - District Attorney. Court convenes tbe tblM Monday In February, aud September, aud may «( twoweeU r •) County J. U Pisl er - 8am Spears. 1). H. Hiuipson, H. U. l oobs. Cj. M. Keener, Henry Palm. • .JohnJoues Dd Rye. - W. W. gammons, J. P., pre|t J. L. Thorp, " *• A. C. White. " « ~ " J. A. McAinis. " « Henry Herron Constable'• " - T. H. Barre. Commissioner Product No 1 c. H. Philbrick, " " " 1 R. A. Elliott, u « " E. Conrad, " Couuty Judge. District ft Co. Clerk She rill & Tax Collector. purveyor. County Treasurer. - Tax Assessor. Inspector - County Attorney. No. 1 i ~ « 8 w 4 M Quad in *>etroit Free Pre««. History wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Echo — 1 December 1883

naiula^ THE ALBANY ECHO. ,ot on® of Supreme SISB& line of railroad la on the Gapt. B. Sao Antonio, with at tbeir home in ■a 33T V I An incorporated oompany for sh **p bivodiiif; has been ftirtu- M. Juhi before tlie elose of the ^ , lenteitaiftineot given by tbe #«d in eoutli Miaeonri, 150 tailee abov.- ^ Coa)|mny in tli« >m St. Louie. *lhey propone named ball on Monday locate 80.U00 aer*e of land <>.. ^ Mr & M Draae, eta*e the aide of die Oaark monutaiue, managwr of ^ troup^, wbo by and to atart aritb four tbouaaud Lhtt way ^ an a0Cumpii«hed abeep, fenced m at a lea* cost ^ntleman and actor, atepped than befdameo can be employ-ihe curtain and after ed. They expect to briny the j thanking the audience for its land under cultivation at an liberal patronage and referring early day, and to graae in b!u^ L0 jjB intelligence and refine- and tame graaa ineteadofl^,,,^. „ graaa, and to provide "Ladieeand Gentlemen : You abelter and winter food for the have BOW an elegant li...

Publication Title: Albany Echo, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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