Honey-Grove Enterprise (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 3, 1870 Page: 2 of 4
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í Al v ld-'AV, DEP.3 , ,l«m
i UK CONGRESS,
L en. J no.-. C. Connor.
ai il tilth in ht>nt>y-Urovc, on Sunday
t\i! n.g Noy tuber 5¿?th— hy Rev. J..o W .
1'ii.v i , iitiu in accordance with ihi- Ritual of
the Am i hod i tit Church—Tom. R. liurnett,
t i itor 1.1 tue Eutai'priue, and Mrs. Louisa
O. L< * uiitU.
, 'Hit ic, i.ev.! Jubt a* «C expected! 80much
pit tty, pleasant Autumn weather, and ho
n¡eiij tine u.couy uight* we knew couldn't
pi ** I y without ¿orno e fleet—and.so it in'
Wevilo lh * il> «u. v* uim growing serious
and u.oody uhout yoiuo in tentador- "interna-
tional" i iifeiH t>r |t uiitlict—frequently- putting
OIK wi ld fv luiotller in his editorials spell-
ing 'i« t Ke" lor "horHw," iiud ''her" tor ''hur-
li'h,u uul iiiiHtt kiiig "political hobbies" l«>r
•'poliiicul buhit b," ("getter vvitli various and
biim1ij other - uwKwttrd uud unaccountable
vaí;¿' 1111*, t-uthitw pt lining lo:.g articles when
tln ie v. * mi ji,U, m lit * quilt—and ho we
Vi it < i|. (ijif. a "mn thiu." It "arrove''—
cull) am «d, ctmrtiii irate.., cttme topii É un<1
,4l¡a 1 |.« nt ti" on Sunday night, as above noted,
in ti e | M'-trce of some eight hundred or a
ti.oLsai.ti interested and "inferential*" s.ieo-
tnt« re^nln-fe greatest wonder setunod to bo
low it wan tint tin? «vJitor of'thin here En-
terprising c« ncern ever gut' p« ssesnion of en-
jterpi ite eiiough to wm to charming a prize
in the Lottery matrimonial. Till) Devil
bereot wns tkar, of eotme, and not only
"etood up*' byhim (i-.i the best " huek" that
could beborrovtvd from this town, boys) but
also, in the height of our Satanic diguityrgo&
to aid oird abet iu the actual "devastation''
of any irrnount of fiiio cake, causing us""to
"go «11""" ill 11 musical ebullition as follows: ~
Oh Vt \ < h yos, ■« Devil"-ish nieo
In winter time tor folks to splice.
And then such handsome cakes and .pies
Are 'ieteheil'K up to the Enterprin !
If t u editor survives the joys of the situ-
itiuu^nud don't inadvertently and ehliviously
line his lugjiy oil some liigh bridge during
iii# tr p to tbe couutrv, where he is now goue>
the readers of thti paper may
be permitted to have his- service* in the
«aiietuiu again next week.-
Solomon, or some- other wise old "codger"
who wasu'ta buehtlor. said, "Whoso fiudetb
b wiii' flndeth a good thing."
LiF The immense blasting and blowing-up
go'i't on in the cisterns about town this
w e. K r< mi t!s us of-tbe day* of the So-called
an kc. | s u- constantly on the "dodgu"lrom
W\.i* . 1 tht* I onda.
Xk« On \Y die'silay evening, as we
ur. iufnmed, difficulty occurred iu the
tt in. iy u Hides west of town between
J11 col: Wild win and K-uben Fitzgerald, broth-
ers-in-law, iu' regard to rhe depredntions of
a breachy ox belongi g to the latter, iu
wl icli flahlwin, with little prov cation on
his part, received from Fitzgerald a serious
pistol shot in the hip. Fitgeruld escaped
and is still at large, but at last accounts w as
being J urbued by the sheriff and a posse of
Democracy nu t on Uiü 3*ii ileli-
gious Horvicen in honor of our uhirf
taiu-Goti. K. B Lee. Furia Histri
on.cu have been witto'SH d by lar^"
Htidience tirat waw highly <Mit«jrtain-
cd l>y trbj briftiriut performMiicert
Prexx thinks cotton c:op fhier tlmn
it. was lartt year: Iidit<;rei of tlx? Njl-
umiver and Vindicator have be 11
mused from- their «linnlierrt by thrill
in«^ nvnsio from band of Herenudci^.
1'wo thieves arr<'8ted at Artliuits
Ferry o > itcd liver tmd carried to
Pan's for trial this coiitt.
(.¡íazfUa tí lids the otdest piirnon iu
ll< pkiiis county (0 he colored woman
ol 100 years. 11.^ kins also rt ports
20 ma.rr iages in ¿0 days uud tlio
signs of the times indicate as many
more in the; next three weeks. Uazelt*'-
wonders if this omen « f prosperity
can l:o surp:is«f*d in the Stato.
Robinuon's «ht^w just left. I^r
sons of every and -color iu at
etidauce. Thieves in lown aini sev-
eral dollars carried off.
Editor of the JjuvoqI has a turnip
two feet four inches in circtimfer
ence, preset ted iiim by Mr. Garner,
and defies any j>ersou to beat it.
Old setUer uf lkdl coii-nty ui.d v<?rv
agedvman steaÍA-m- , in detected
Fisher ant! .N.clioit. i^et mad
enetigb to tight, Fisher throws a
stone which Niehols dodges, but the
stono strikes C. Bialcher fractur-
ing his skull. Fisher is arrested.
Census man finds 23 Jeff Da vises,
aged from 8 to 10 years; and about
1 he same number of Robert Lees—
all white—and oiu; Abe Lincoln, c«<1
o red, The editor has a grandfatici
sweet potato, weighing 10 pounds.
Election taking pi tee aud Tli rock
morton elated witii prospects of sue'
eessv New buildings «oing up
Eil 1 tor receives ibr« e itwtiips; weigh'
ing respectively, four and one eighth,
five, five and one-h df pounds.
Willie Br. t ers, t>sl ap in a
cotton pen is shot and killed by his
brother who saw ui.d migtook !i;m lor
a w'ld beast. L>ad whisky being
sold, fightii.g the consequence. Ed
it(*i wauls eei'ti, and has bVen pre
bented a fine lat pi u .
population iu L'i.
;t-o> 1 ; Short time since (leu. Magru-
thau ten ; dei'tlrliver<*o ai. olcgatif eulogy eft
the death of Gen. Lee, at Calvert.
|@^Pens\ U ania sums up a l>em
ocratio laajoriUy of considerably j
H () N K 1-Gr It O V E
It is est i ma-ted that 300,090
persons have settled iu Texas du
ring the past year..
Virginia has had the most dis-
astrous Hood on rceord. The water
was higii enough- iu- the streets ol
Richmond to submerge the lampposts.
Strange.—What t!e>t young ge 11.
tlemaa wanted with that '. undershirt''
with the two ''poekets"' in ;t?
Bought it at the saie
Mora Gourd*.—Mr. O. C. Bryaut
tells ns oí' a vine on w!dc!i he count
ed 300 gourds.
Stolen I Stolen! I
i ioin tin; uU'.ltiSigrit-fI in ar llont'V
Grov •, a pMotograpit of the tirst
;uai>t*itude. L'.he thief is reijuested
to come íorward, p y first cost o n
pi turn and twice tiie amount ot-this
advertis^meii-t, on pen ilry of get-tin g
s .ntioody s invtiHi m Un? Enterprise.-.
G. A. (I.
liations! nations M
Be Porii, Mm! aud 0>ru always
on h<iiid an McKee's Market House.
First door below Yarorough's.
A .y ai aount ol New Good*
jtHMri.ved tit the new store kept
b_;. 5l• ^.^rb, 'lalk ngton & Uarral
— v\.tit !otu oí' nice things fur the
it is said tit • tribute of re-
spect paid by the city of Memphis
to the memory of Gen. Lee was the
most magnificent scene of the kind
ever witnessed ou the contiueflt.
DAY SCHOOL FOR BOTH SEXES.,
Under the supervision of Prof. D. G.
Calhonn as Principal and Sirs. Ann B.
•Sheltou Asista lit, this Institution wilt
resume exercises on Monday, Sept. 5th. IH7U,
and continue for :i S«'ssi')'i of Forfv Wceki,
which will Ijt) divided into IrvNA> 1 epuis of
Five Months each.
This ihstiiution is designed to be Perma-
nent, anil no pains will be spared to make it
second to none in Texas.
The Course of study will be thorough,
and will be divided into Primary, Interme-
diate, and Collegiate Departments.
The Primary Department will embrace
Orthography, Reading, Primary Arithmetic,
Primary Grammar and Primary Sieography.
The Intermediate Department, will em-
brace Written Arithmetic, English Gram-
mar, a Complete Course iu- Geography.,
I'istory. Elementary Philosophy and Ele-
The Collegiate Department wiirembrace
all English iiranehes not enumerated in
the above, including a complete Course oi'
Mathemaii'.'s, together' with tiie Greek,
Latin and French Languages. .
Tuition charged tiom time of entrance
until expiration of the'I'enn, except ir. ens*-*
t f protracted siefe-nes)f—one-half payable h>
ad\ üi'.oc, remainder at close of the Term..
líate ot Tuition.
Primary Depart meat ¡j^lO.Cw
In termed rate
Music on Piano (extrs)
Incidental Expenses- l.fX)
HT The above rutes are%ín specie.
W E, Dailey, Preauleut,.
J. I/, liallingr r,
T. 1!. Yai brough,
3; W. Moore, Secretary
Wholesale dealer ia
llrn Wflobs $ €lot|jmf
BOOTS & SHOES,
With a complete assortment of
Family Groceries, Liquors, &e
The best iiue of Hardware—
IRON, S - E E L, N AI L S, cf
Wagon uud Carriage Materials-
All of which L otfor to ¡ etí at New Or
eai.s wholesal e prices.
'M 4- Si6 Dallas and 72 ^ 7 \ Austin Street,.
.... «W . a
j: B. McRKE
Has oa hand at all time* the cheapest and be*t
. rice, nut--?,
tiuvrare, etc., eU;,
Ia faet, every thing ia the family |roc ry Itne.
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Burnett, Tom R. Honey-Grove Enterprise (Honey Grove, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 3, 1870, newspaper, December 3, 1870; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178832/m1/2/: accessed March 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.