The Albany Weekly News. (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1892 Page: 3 of 4
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>LDEST LANDFIRM IN SHACKELFORDCOTJiV
L. H. HILL, Notary Public. J. A. MATTHEWS,
Hill Sz Matt3ae"ws,
WEBB db KILL,
Land, Live Stock, Loan, Collecting
-X-Almnv, Shackelford County Texas.K-
FRIDAY, nm. 19, )S93.
-AND DEALERS IN-
Having served the people of this county in the capacity of Land, Live Stock, Loan,
Collecting and Insurance Agents, in the town of Albany, for a period of seven years, our
wide and varied experience, together with our large clientage enables us to offer lands of all
description? at prices that will command the attention of residents and non-residents.
Our business career in this county is, we say with no degree of vanity, part of the current
erted to carry out to the letter the directions of owners. We shall continue our efforts to
represent our numerous customers with that degree of unqualified fidelity to their interests
that has rewarded us with a patronage of which we are justly proud.
We represent as sole agents, among hundreds of thousands of arable and grazing
lands owned by private individuals, the lands of the
INTER-STATE RAILWAY CONSTUCTION COMPANY, (formerly Franco-exaa
Land Company); the
WESTERN MORTGAGE AND INVESTMENT COMPANY, (formerly North-west
exas Horse Company Lands); the
Bayland. Orplians Home Lanas;
The Polk County School Lands, which have been cut up into small tracts; likewise in-
numerable surveys know as TEXAS EMIGRATION AND LAND GOMPiN I or
FBJTmiETfir COLONY Xj-AJKTX*
The fact that we have sold and leased 99 per cent of the "Colony" lands, as well as
other lands in this county, places us in a position, not occupied by others, for dealing
direct with the owners of the "Colony" surveys, 1 hereby enabling us to consummate sales
and leases of these lands more rapidly than other agents.
AN EXAMINATION OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS of this county will confirm these
It is perhaps unnecessary to add that we appreciate the patronage of the public and
shall Continue to conduct our business as in the past, upon principles of honesty, fair deal-
ing, candor and integrity for which a generous and wide awake public has for years past
so amply rewarded us.
Our lists ef lands are the largest and most varied of.any firm in North western Texas.
Following is*a Partial List of Properties in our hands for sale, we are the Duly Author-
ized and sole agents for same.
We offer for sale the highly IJlKn UqIT ®i HfUPQ1! Ulllfl hnndred and 60 acres
improved ranch and farm owned 1 iiU Iluj Ol iiiiiluuii das h" MHO within 8 miles of Alba
bv E. Ilounsiield, consisting of Ranch. 5 miles from Albany on ny, one of the best dwellings ii
722/5 7 10 acres, all under fence T. C. R. R. 6000 acres, a great the'eounty. 40 acres in cuitiva
and divided up as follows: er part fine farming land, all tion, good barn and all necessa
"North ranch'1 has $118 8-5 enclosed by 4 wire, cedar post ry out houses,tenant houses on
acres? far»\i and small pastures fence, divided into 5 pastures, farm, 8 4 farming: land. 740
feniSed off from large pasture, watered by three creeks of liv- acres fenced. _ This tract in
fnlly one half line fanniug land, ing water, main Hubbard. Salt eludes the fine Washington
well watered, about 20 acres in Prong of Hubbard and Indian, ranch. To see this property i.-
cultivation, good dwellings. Fine ranch house, line corrals, to buy.
barns, corrals, etc. "South all necessary barns, stables, etc.
ranch" consists of 4143 acres, One ef the finest stock farms in
up into several pastures, Texas, ami can be bought at a
three farms aggregating about bargain-
lot) acres in high mate of cfilti inpjn acres in a solid body.
Vation, One farm surrounded.by J.Ug4U All under good fen
rock fence, line 7 room rock and [4 niiles square, 50 acres in
cultivation, stone dwelliug, cor-
rals, tanks, good grass and wa
I have no hesiieney in recommend-
ing Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy lo the public, as I
do to my friends and patrons. I
used it myse|f after other well-known
remedies had fulled, and it cured me
in a few minutes- I recommend it
candidily and cheerfully npon it*
merits, not from a financial stand-
point, because I have others in stock
on which I make a larger profit, but
because Chamberlain's is the bust
remedy 1 know of for bowel com-
plaints. -There is no doubt about it,
it does the work.—James Forgy,
druggist, McVeyton, Penn. For sale
by Kindel & liizzell druggists. '
The weather is becoming more
"pleasant every day in this locality.
Don't forget that we cau please you
in all kinds of job printing.
Thia is pretty f-ocd!
Mi. John C. Good win, a carpenter of Danville,
111 , writes: "About two weeks ago a heavy saw
log fell upon my foot very badly crushing it, so that
I was unable lo walk at all. 1 sent for a bottle of
HalliU'd'rf Snow Liniment and kept my foot well
saturated with it. It Ik now two weeks since this
happened, and my foot is nearly*well and I am at
work. Had 1 not used Snow Liniment I should
have beeti laid up at least 2 months. For healing
Wounds, Sprains, Soied and Bruises it has no
;qual. No Inflammation can evist where Snow
Liuhnent is used. "You can use this letler."
liewure of all white Liniments substituted for
>now Liniment. There ici no other Liniment like
Ballard's Snow Liniment.
Sold by T, J.Kindel. _
Will Lain had a mesquite thorn
taken out of his knee last Tuesday.
The operation was quite painful but
Will stood it like a hero.
Drugs, Family Medicines, Pure Wines t
Liquors for MsdicinaX Purposes, Jewelry,
Toilet Articles, etc.
Special attention given by Registered Pharmacists to the
Compounding of Physicians' Prescriptions and Family
Hawk7s Eys Glasses.
and a fine line of sheet Music at 10 cen
We sell the
The best 5 cent Cigar in town.
Post Office Book
ALBANY, - - TEX
Onn thousand '204 acres
frattte dwelling, large cistern,
2 small pastures fenced separate,
2 reliant houses, guaranteed
greatest abudanoe of lasting wa-
ter, the same being watered by
main Hubbard ami I)ee|tcreeks,
good galvanized wire fence and
dry mesn'iete posts, corrals,
pens, good barn, and every con
venience desired. This proper-
ty is situated in the junction ol'
Deep and Hubbard creeks and
takes in the valleys of both.
The creeks are lined with line
■pecan trees, and there is the
jienfv of farming land,
mile north of Albany. Will
quarter, half or sell entire tract
at a bargain and on easy terms.
Tnrrhili farm and ranch
•ken ridge road (i
miles from Albany, 8 root)
house, about 45 acres in cuitiva
tion, fully two thirds arubh
land, lasting water, corrals, etc
One of lite niovf desirabh
ranches in ihe county. A orea'
Y.F A lk„r.M IV* €11
If inn formerly tin
lliiiiu -facobs ranch
in one, fourth mile of Albany.
H» | ,mi inn , .. „ 3734 acres, under fence, goo:!
ilu 4 miles from house, barn, etc. For sale at a
Albany ;2o80 acres owned, 1700 ^afain.
acres' '-used, under good fence, " '
sub-divided into :i 'pastures, innn acre farm and ranc!
good rock dwelling, barn, stable 1 / }J'J owned by W A Bizzell
and good well water, farm of 50 about 0 niiles south of Albany
acres, fine bearing orchard, fronting 1 1-2 miles on the pub
branding and milk pens, etc. |jf; rrtatj f,.om Albany to Baiti
greatest abundance of mesquete, , uuu n'"m. Albany to
pecan, elm and Imckberry tini- Abaig-un. 1»00 acrcs line farming lane
ber'. 'L'he tuoncrt v is about fc> tH,
iier*. 'L'he property is about. H
miles from Albany and 3 miles
from Vestas*afion. Tins is one
of the most desiroble properties
in northwest Texas, and fully
three-fourths of it is fine farm
ing land. North and South £ptu.
ranch will be sold together or Hnj thousand nine hunci
separate, and at a great bargain UltJ »rid 20 acrj pasture
on long time.
thousand seven hundred enclosed in a good 4 and 6 wire
Nil and 20 acres joinnMgflib fence, mesquito and cedar posts
"Kaster' laiitii, tilierau^pSec subdivdied Into 2 pastures; liti"
thins can be leased, nu.'vi.ig a mesquete grass and timber; will
pasture of nearly 0000 acres, watered by creeks and 3 tanks;
Can be bought at a great bar- 53 acres in cultivation; good 0
room dwelling and cistern, barn
ndred grainery, sheds and corrals; this
pasture on is one of the best stock farmsand
Long Ore-k, 1280 acres owned ranches in this county and will
and 040 acres leased for 7 years, be sold at a bargain; will also
acres northeast of Al- within half mile of Rising Sun sell in connection with the place
batty, the Alt' Honeycut under good fence, greatest if desired a line stock of pure
tine farm and raclt. all under abundance of lasting water a,H' high graded Durham cattle
fence: highly improved, new guaranteed; one of the best pas- and a few horses.
lores in the county. Very
dwelling house., good farm fenc
ed separate from pasture, near-
ly all farming land, end very
desirable place and cau be
bought at a bargain.
acres in al termite sec
tions, 12 miles south
of Albany. These lands block
up with other lands, and are en-
closed in a 9000 acre pasture,
good fence, line land, water and
grass. Will sell all together or
each section separate at a bar
acres about 12 miles
southeats of Albany,
Ijljiupp hundred and 21 acres fenced, 05 acres in cultivation,
illiilU near 1 licks, fenced, good box house, tank, 1-2 farm
one half arable,land, good tank, nsj land, good grass. Owned
will make a very desirable farm by A. J. Dill, can be hud at a
and ranch. rare bargain.
bundled and sixty aere
stock farm and ranch own-
ed by Mr. Green Cheatham iibout 3
miles southeast of Albany on the Al-
bany and Cisco public road, all
under a good 4 wire fence, lriesquile
gain, easy terms. The above posts, divided into 7 enelonsers, a tine
lands are owned by the Western creek Salt Prong of Hubbard runs
M'Mira&e and Investment Co., through the plane affording plenty of
Aumurlhv the North- never failing water; at least 700 acres
first-class farming land, good 4 ro'>m
I PH acre farm known as the
lull fair ground tract, 85
acres in cultivation, tank, the
finest property near town.
PAH ac>rPS on Grllftn road, the flne Tatf
Q~XW st'i'tlon. flne land, lasting water, u
dwelling houses. ;tl> fenced": one of the lliieut
bodies of land in yhackelford county.
"The Modern Pariah," a new novel
by Francis Fontaine author of "Eto-
wah." a romance of the_ Confederacy
has been received by us. It is fully up
to the standard, and people who love
this style of literature cannot help but
appreciate the author's efforts. 50
in paper .ft."25 in cloth.
Grandpa Burroughs devoured our
exchanges last Wednesday. Call
again, grandpa, our latch string is al-
ways on the outside.
A SOUND I.IV1CI! MAKES A VV El,I. MAN.
Are you Dillons, GonstlpKM or troubled w Ii
.laimdfee. su-k Heiultwhe, Taste in M ...rli.
I'oul Jlraatli, Coaliirf Tongue, Dysiiepala, Inill
nostiou. Hot Dry Skill, ['.till In Hack mill be-
tween 111?; wliotifdera. ( lliIts and Fever, &e. If
you have any of these s.vniptoms. your Liver Is
out ol order and your-blood is slowly being
poisouen, because Your liver does not act prop
erly. IIkhiu.nk wilt cure any dlsofderor the
J.Ivor, Stomach or Bowels. It has no equel as a
i,ivcr Meilldue. I'rice 7B ceots. Sold by Kindel
& Blzzeil. *
BIO liK A ARU.
Strayed or stolen (probably stolen)
from the undersigned in Abilene about
the 18th of July, a dark bay mare, 3
years, old-branded diamond 1,, (the 1,
is in the diamond) on the left shoul-
der; has a milky cast in one eye,
cans, d by an injury last winter I
will pay )?5 for information that will
lead to her recovery, iflO for her re-
turn, or if stolen 1 will pay #25 for
the return of the thief.
Kltf J. W. Lowry.
Zant Gulledge has employment with
the real estate firm of Wilkinson &
James tioif, of Throckmorton
county, was in Albany last Wednes-
day on business.
Elmer Zug, from the 1. H. Mack <i
Co. ranch visited Albany last Friday
Try BtACK-LH.-i.j _.., i Lea lor ilyspepsii.
There was a huge crowd of people
in attendance at the campmeeting on
Deep creek last Sunday, from Albany.
About a dozvm families went to Salt
Prong last Satuiday and took the big
seine to have a fish fry and a day's
.nit;:i<r. Plot ty of fish were caught
and a good dinner was hud. Every
body had a good time and all seemed
anxious to name another day for the
same kind of sport.
Yoa ououltl not bo without it.
Every family is lisi!)lc to have a hereditary
taint of Consumption in it. It may date back P
or even 4 generations. This fact makes it neces-
sary always to have on hand a remedy with which
lo combat this formidable disease. A Cough when
taken al first can readily be cured before it gets a
serious hold on the Lungs. Rallard's Horehound
Syrup when taken in its early stages will cure
Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in
every case, when used for any affection of the
Throat, Lungs and Chest, such as Consumption,
Inflammation of the Lungs, ftronchitis, Asthma,
Whooping Cough, Crpup, etc. It is pleasant tc
ike, perfectly safe and can always be depende 1 on.
Sold by T. .7. Kindel.
Mr. Low, of Comanche county,
passed through Albany last Wednes-
day, with a heard of 1400 head of
sheep en route'to the West.
Editor Martin, of the Haskell Free
Press, accompanied his brother to Al-
bany last Saturday and returned to
Houston Leuch, sou of M. J. 1-eech
has been sick for several days.
Sherman McAfee, sou of Mr. and
Mrs McAfee, came in to visit his pa-
rents last Monday evening. He has
been off attending school.
Mrs, Frank Pace left Tuesday morn-
ing to visit her mother in Eastland
Judge L. M. Keener, Theodore
Mack, C. \V. Zug and (I. E. Waters
attended the Houston convention this
week as delegates from Shackelford
J. V. Cockrell, of Anson, Jones
county, was nominated for Congress
from the 13tb district, by the Demo-
crats at Dacatur last week.
Week ending Wednesday Aug. 17th,
1892. Reported by
N. L. Bartholomew.
The Rockport New Era comcs out
this week with a new head, which is
very nice and shows the handy work
of its artist, Edgar Rye.
Jim Taylor was in town last Mon-
day and reports a 12 pou d boy at
the residence of J. 1) Hoggess at Ft.
Cob Anderson, Sam Jackson and J.
A. Rickard were among our visitors
Miss Alice Leech has been quite
sick this week.
August 1 a,Trace. Augu-t 17;Trace.
McElree's Wine of Cardui
and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are
for sale by the following merchants in
Klndelt ft Blzzeil, Albany,
J. W. MannioB,
Ceo. "Wilhclur ,Fort (Jrillin,
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the post office in Albany,
Aug. 15, 1892. In calling for these
letters please say advertised. J. C.
Taylor, 1J. M -
Mrs D. XV. Price,
Ii. F. Pennington,
J. R. Thompson,
Miss Guthrie,.who has been employ-
ed at the store of A. J. Center for the
past six months as clerk in the ladies
department,left for her home in Neva-
da city. Mo., la-t Friday.
Dr. Baruum closed his amputat-
ing on Deep Creek last S .nday ove-
Mrs R. M. Coffee was ou the sick
list this week.
Oscar Martin, of Haskell, passod
through Albany last Sunday eu route
lo Houston as a ielegate.
Miss Janie liennett and her little
niece, Murl Bennett, of Ft. Griffin,left
last Friday for a visit in Millam coun-
M. E. Gooding eame in last Satur-
day evening from Seymour on his bi-
cycle, a ride of about 80 miles.
Mrs. L. Best and Mis. Dave Por-
ter, of Goldthvvaite, mother and sister,
of S. E. Best, camo in last Friday
and visited several days with relatives
and friends in Albany.
Miss Matlie Reed left last Monday
morning for her home iu Fort Wort1',
and Mi'# Jack Best went on the same
morning to Seguine, both ladies have
been the guest4 of Mrs S. E. Best for
the past two weeks.
J. T. Camp, of Breckinridge, was
in Albany this wetk on business.
Jim Witty came iu Monday, re-
newed his subscription and ordered
the Farm & Ranch sent to his address
for one year.
McEhee't Wl*fc ut tor feinnlt diseases
A large number ol people from Al-
bany, both old and young, went out to
John Shelton*s ranch yesterday to eat
fish, caught by parties who wont out
ou Wednesday evening. A grand
lime was had by all.
Pat McDonnell moved a house out
of Albany last Tuesday to his ranch
East of town. He had it on two wag-
ous with eight horses attached. It
created quite an excitcment in our
burg as it moved up main s'reet. >
Court met in regular session on
August 8th with the following officers
Hon. L. M Keener, Co. Judge,
Commissioner* D G. Simpson, G. E.
Waters, J. J Bragg, W. A. Williams,
Sheriff. J. C. Dodsoti, clerk.
The following business was trans-
Reports of county officers examined
J. J. Meyer appointed to have th®
fence around cemeteiy repaired.
vV.A. Williams sheriff appointed
to have chaiu put on hitching posts
around court house yard.
Two cisterns purchased from Harry
Bros, Dallas, Texas to btfput on north
side of court house one lo be put un-
der ground, one on top of the ground.
Report of jury of view on road
from Moran in direction of Cisco ap-
Jury of view appointed to lay out
and establish a new road beginning
at Vesta and running to the Callahan
county line. J E. Dodson, Jas Young,
J. M. Rook, Sam Diller aud W. II.
Anderson, jury of view.
J.J. Meyer appointed to remove
the graves from street in R. R. addi-
tion to cemetery.
Drs. W. M. Powell, J. XV. Casey,
and W. A. Williams appointed board
of health for town of Albany.
Report from M. T. Gulledge coun-
ty treasurer, showing balauce on hand
Road and bridge fund,
S. McC'omb has watermelons on
WoELREE'S WINe Or CAhttOI for Weak Nerves.
C ourt house
Last Friday Morning Mr an* Mrs.
B. F. New was presented with a flue
girl baby, mother and babe are both
W E. Liuam ami Alf Howard are
in town on business.
Our trustees are corresponding with
applicants for the school here.
Mr. aud Mrs J. I). Boggess hrs a
fine boy, which was born Sunday eve.
Mother aud babe are both doing well.
Judge W. II. Peckham, of Throck-
morton, was in Albany yesterday.
Next Sunday is l)r. Barnum's reg-
ular day at the Baptist church.
Jack Bates, who has beflu sick for a
long time, is improving.
J. E Adams was sick for several
days tills week.
Major Smith, J. R. Power, F'rank
Dounell and J. C. Irwin, of Throck-
morton county, were in Albany last
Public school "
H. L. Muse's resignation as presid-
ing officer of election precinct No. 3.
accepted aud S.O.Lavche appointed in
In this part of the country it is hot
Notwithstanding the hot and dry
weather cotton seems to be doing well,
and is as full of fruit as wc ever saw
according to the size of the st.ilk.
Cottou has commenccd opening a
little, corn crop is good, v heat and
oats are light, sitgar cane is fine..
Mr. Berry Hill pnrohfised a molas-
ses mill and has commenced to make
his neighbors cane into malasses.
Mrs. J.J.Bragg is canvasing Shack-
elford and sister counties for the pur-
pose of soliciting aid to build a Bap-
tist church hou»e at Rising Sun. She
visited Albany. The people of this
community extend their heart felt
thanks to the good people of Albany
fer their liberal contributions.
A skunk supposed to have hydra-
phobia got in bed with grandma
Ward and Joseph McGrues little girl
t and it bit the little girl on the finger.
Mr. Me.GruO taken the child to a mad
atone near Buffalo Gap aud they ap-
plied it and it stuck 30 times. The
Married in Albany last Tuesday ;Mr.
Jess Cook to Miss Ida Blackstock, of
Moran. The bride and groom left
Tuesdny for Coryell county, their fut-
The Methodist revival at this place j Anson
62.11 child at present seems to be out of
273 08 danger.
A campmo^ting held by the Chris-
tian church just closed last Sunday
night after having a good meeting
at the willow school house. The
same denomination will commence an-
O'hcr at the Grien Valley school
house next Friday night.
Grandma Hirvev is still very sick.
Mrs J. E- MeClaiu's health is
There is seme fishermen here front
They are catching all the
is being well attended and there has ; they want and giving their neigh-
-fartiiftJ'4 i uvnedhy the North
west .^S^'orse Co.
acre stock farm and
ranch owned by Mess
Thompson & Boedridge, about
8 miles south of Albany: under
go0(l fence; 2 pastures; good
water, grass and timber; 2 dwel-
lings, corrals, etc.; about 100
acres in cultivation; fronts 11 2
inileson public road from Alba
ny toBaird. Cheap.
• moo tu'ivt in" as lino bind its tiicta
..unity All under MfUQll
divided into pasture
80 aero tarct.
T*T- aro the sole aconts for the property
Vy u owned by II. 0. Jacobs in Allnuiv: it
variety ol' Improved and unimproved property to
dwtilliogt barn 140 feet long with
sheiis, chicken house, corrals, aud all
necessuiy outhoues, pood well lasting
water, cistern, wind mill and water select form
works in house and barn, good n.es- „ . No. lll/tftft. R. R. m>ai
quete grass and timber, about 100 OwCl>J.Uu Urlflln. line laud and well wa
.. , tered; owned by w. O. Oldham, cau be bought
acres in high state ot cultivation; see at a bargain.
this property before buying as it is for
4 secttpn pan hire, 2
sections owned and 2
?. if«. This raiicti t« permanently watered
Iv'teiird iH«rTewcomb creeks; fine peean
tlmbtr WrtK otHt of Altoan.v. on the publle
road. Stored With chot
Jmdes. WW sell atabari
*n no Aoi't- Ranch, "'i'"!1?
hv7lHrvYalnMit>oiit h miles aoutneujt of Al
jjqod dwpni^ ^ jjabbard oreek
stile at a bargain
acre farm and ranch on
Griffin road, 3 miles
from Albany, owned by M. T.
Brinson. Under good fence, 40
acres in cultivation, 2 tanks,
■eater part farming land, good
grass, 640 adjoining and leased
in connection with this ranch.
The "Duffy" IX
:lons leased, at a bargain.
u «>»itle, horses and
ain, Willi or without
We are agents for a large per cent of tha
town property, (improved and unimproved) t<\<t
Is on the market for Hale, and if you want to sell
your town property, or want to buy, you can ac-
coinplitfh Just what* you desire through us.
We call attention to alow of the properties
that are on our list:
The B. w, Ifose residence on Pecan street,
730 acre pasture owned °?-tUe ttdest In Albany, can be bought, at a
by B. W. Rose 6 miles
southeast of Albany, good fence
Frank 1'altuer and J. H. Bigga,
while fishing on the Clearfork lasi
week,had the misfortune to have their
wagon, bedding and. camp outfit
burned, nothing remaining but the
irons of the wagon and about 6 feet
of the waifon tongue to mark thoil
o imping place when they returned to
it in the evening.
The trees in the court yard are in
need of attention, and it' they are not
worked out and watered they will per-
M. E. (ioodiug aud family loft
Wednesday morning for their home iu
Mr. Lowry killed three large rattle
snakes on I)r. Moody's ranch yestei-
day. lie brought the fangs of one to
town which was quite a curiosity to
J. B. Matthews aud wife,and Mrs.
Conrad ieturned yesterday evening.
Mrs. Maggie Gladden returned to
her home in Baird last Wednesday
after a week's visit with \V. Cole's
A. N. Williams is building a flue
for T. Spruance this week.
While at Hig Island, Va., last April
1 was taken with a very severe attack
of diarrhoea. I never had it worse in
my life. I tried several old-time rem
edies, such as Blackberry Wine, Par-
agorie and Laudanum without getting
any reliof. My attention was then
called to Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy by Mr. Ii. C
l insley who had been handling it
there, and in less than five minutes
after taking a small dose I was entire-
ly relieved.—O. 6. Burford, Harris
Creek, Amherst Co., Va. For sale by
Kindel & Bizzell druggists.
We noticed J. F.
put up a wholesalo
for a merchant in
The K. K. Moore residence; the Stun Stlnson
residence; the ThomJMJon residence: the Tucker
Baker residence; the DflJrymple residence; the
«^d grass, 700 acres farming
land, good timber, watered by ^..Ti^fficV'SSMSffill Joe Gregg is at Midland
ce .ttid the Coyd residence. . riess. '
Collius and Sou
bill of groceries
Bay nor this week
FreIlk Goff returned last Friday
from Chicago, where he had been with
a train load of cattle.
'l'he T. C. pay car was in Albany
lust Tuesday evening.
D. O. McRimiuon has been on the
sick list for the past week, but is im-
proving at this wii'ing.
J. R Bailey returned from Waco
last Sunday evening. Mrs Bailey will
continue her visit for several woeks in
Southern Taxas before returning to
LOST:—On the streets of Albany
last Friday, a bundle containing all-
over lace, thread, chambrin, etc.
Finder please leave same at A. J.
Mrs Frank Pace, of Pecos City,
Texes, Is visiting ,T. S. McComb's
family in Albany.
Charles ( outs, of Boston, was visit-
ing relatives iu this county this week.
Dugan Campbell, of Ft. Griffin, was
iu Albany on business lust Tuesday.
Our merchants will make a bold
effort this year to hold the trade of
the county and to get all they can
from other places. We have a thor-
ough set of business men and they
know a good thing when they see
it. People who have produco for
market will find it to their interest
'.o come to Albany to disposo of it
aud will also And that they can buy
goods as cheap here as ar.y place in
the state. Albany has always been
considered one of the best markets in
Northwest Texas, and we will guar-
antee that she will not lose her rep-
utation this year. Bring your produce
to Albany and buy what you need of
our merchants and you will save
money in every instance.
BLACN-UhAUUHT tea cures Constipation.
We lenrn that a campnieeting
will be commenced within a few days
at Ft. Griffin in the beautiful grove
iu the "Fraiikel pasture.''Rev. Payne
of Breckinridge, who has been iu
charge of the M. E. church at this
place since Rev. O. C. Armstrong
has been uuablc to preach, aud Rev. |
Low, of Ft Griffin, will conduct the
meeting. Everybody is invited to at-
been several addition* to the church
Revs. Bailey and Hall of Cisco, and
Rev G. M. Calhoun, of Moran, are
"Conducting the services.
The new gin is fast nearing comple-
tion and will be ready for business by
the time the cotton crop conies in.
A yonng lady visiting the family of
S,. C. McCarty has been very sick for
several days and is yet in a dangerous
Our town has been crowded with
strangers foi several days past, some
yvith a view to locating, others visit-
A. I,. D'Spain is painting Mr. G.
W. Johnson's residence which
goes to prove that Mr. J. wants to
have things fixed up in good style
about his place.
Allie D'Spain went to Albany Mon-
day on business.
Billy Broyles and the Misses Cole,
of Dodson's ranch, attended church in
The Misses Johnson and Miss Ida
Goldsmith attended church iu at Eoli-
an last Sunday.
Mr. Stewart, son and daughter of
Granger, are delighting the Moran
people with some very fine vocal mus-
ic at the methodist revival.
Rev J. W. Boatman, of Cisco, is
attending the meeting.
Messrs Tom Cum mi us and Jim
Hamilton, of the territory, who have
been visiting relatives here, left for
their home .Monday.
bors all they need.
We have a new correspondent from
Rising Sou, Who piomises us a letttr
from that burg regularly.
Our land agents have all been busy
the past ten days carting strangers
over the county, showing lands, and
the prospects are that we will have
quite anumberof settlers in thia coun-
ty before many weeks.
s^af"wine of UAIILUl, u Tonic lor Women.
Dry hot weather, but iu a line tlmetc
make hay, so says ILirve Ledbetter.
| llai ve has baled about 100 ton and
still is not through. He baled some
of the nicest oats we ever saw. He
sold J. D. Boggess 25 ton which he
has just delivered. Texas can't show
Some of our delinquents havo been
very prompt in paying us, but still^1
there are quite a number behind. It
is no joke with us, we need the small
Our Squyre's Chapel correspondent
says that a oampmo'iting will be com-
menced at that place this, Friday,
evening, and that an invitation is ex-
D. C. Campbell returned from
Rafckport list Friday evening.
We again attempt to give you a few
dots from our quiet community.
Everything is moving along nicely
except a few lips and downs, mostly
downs; that is those who stait, the
ups generally get the dowus.
After so long a time Mr. Cook has
made his appearance in our' part of the
country, threshing and re-thrcshing
the grain, That is he is threshing
where the hail did not oouie, and re-
threshing where it camo.
The yield of wheat is from C to 24
bushels per acre, the average being
about 12 or 10 bushels. Oats about
30, though some go over 00. Mr. J.
M. Thomas' May wheat being cut
before the hail made 24^ bushels.
We fear that the thresher coming
at this late hour will prevent proper
preparations for our oa nip meeting,
which commences next Friday night,
yet the invitation stands wido and free
to every one and wo hope to have the
grandest meeting ever known in
Mr. Henry Hogans has another boy
in his family. This makes ten chil-
dren, yet he is the most cheerful man
we know of.
Mr. W. II. Fulton and family, from
Jack county, are visiting his mother
and relatives here.
Several men have been in our com-
munity the last few days looking for,
and trying to buy homes.
The new crossing on Hubbard is
compeleted and it is a good one. But
it is doing no good because there is
no road from the county line west in-
tersecting the old road. it will only
roquire a few ho.irs work to make the
connection. Will not the business
better grass hay than the sample bale j 0f AH,any gee the work is
he brought to town. This count'-y j (|onu_
,is blessed with feed this year. Soi- j Candidates are quiut, except r.f tho
ghum and millet hay was never belter, j common sort. We have four," C. C.
Wm. Davidson and family were m Turner, ,J. F. Illggins, L. D. Kittltoii
town trading Saturday. j and Victor Tram.nell, who arc earn-
Major Smith was down I uesday 1 cstly soliciting a vote. If they re-
looking at fat steers. j otslve the p-opor vote they, of course,
J. II. Reynolds and Bud stover Was j w|jj be elected, and if elected, agree
in town Tuesday on business. Jes j t0 enter into tho bonds of matrimony
says he lias oats, corn and wales nie'" I tor the faithful performance of the
ons to sell. J duties of their respective offices. Hope.
Dr. Moody ha- made u -ioral visits ; t|,„ young men will be ckcted.
looking after his patien$i '
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The Albany Weekly News. (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1892, newspaper, August 19, 1892; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth444858/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.