Fort Griffin Echo (Fort Griffin, Tex.), Vol. , No. , Ed. 1 Saturday, March 8, 1879 Page: 1 of 1
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— -Mr. I . 15. \ i>i!i stalls llii.s , --rucl«'l'oos:i \\'il ou ivfiirn-
iiiorniujr for D«t:i"v t'iti K tn <'<1 from \V *;itln ifniil an<l Kurt
mrtarJay, March w, lnro. GOOD
tin to Km-ton's (
Worth "ii Wednesday. He
sav; that business uu'ii of thoso
i m. vr vn: < K i k \ \s.
To ill" >li rill'or n\ I'on-t.v'lr "I >li: k-
lni'il I %iuniy <*r *"ll«t*r:
\ mi : ••• lirivM <.-• >ti:IliaiI iliat bv
; Ketterkno'wn aaCHKAP JOHN
<;ooi> music, good
Chew Jackson's he*t wi*t navy tobaeeo i
—The weather this week has
1 eea like sure enough spring.
^ • -6r?( if n r - , , ,
—All kinds'of grain ground
on 8atnnlny at the Fort Griffin
Steam Mill. *
—If yon want a good cignr,
call mi-^ohny Hammond at
out late ab-
sence, we return sincere thanks
for their valuable assistance.
West and Si.
wine and a oooi> time generally.
—llumiUon & Boon, in con-
nection with Prof. DeVerdon,
will give a performance at 7:30
p. m., in their tent near Masonic
r. places complain loildiv ol the niiiUmje- f tlu« oitiinon ill tin- j IiIII- citizen- ol ;
(j . l • ' * . Korl Trillin Kcno.n ,
•nniiifv tloll fur . "i III *ahi n.uuty of Siiaeiv.-li'uru. *t:|if ot .titjuiriin^ i4>untl*« t.i va
• llall Tor, i Texas for eight week* pre vloui to the rc-!.
wlliskj', GOOD —-® * ' • IlllimilgtOll, 01 j turn «l:tv licnul, \oit JOimuoti tlic heir* of, Sttofck <♦!
inn* ireiierullv Philadelphia, and Mr. J. H. VwU T- *'"?'•* "a j, «. .*. a +
lineal IHrally. ,, „ • . Ym-k i.ar«- .«vknow . l<,"..U ««mti A t
li mill price hi.
—A poetical communication
from *.be prisoners confined in
the Jackftboro jail is crowded
out this week but will appear in
the next issue.
-On the 90th olt. we had the
pleasure of attending an enter-
tainment at Jackabord, given by
the ladiei of that place for the
benefit of the tie Monument
Association. It was a grand
fllcd in "nlil court uguiiist said unknown
heirs of I.ewi* T. Kliijr, alleging lu imb-
alance ai frjlir.v?, to-\vlt: 'i list the laid
Mary Hawkins. one of the plniiitilfr. wm
formerly die wile of Rihvant :'. Tu,rraut;
ihtitwtiii Tarrant died on the day
rill *r * *
duly probata d mid recorded In tlie olflce
of Uii! county clerk of Kills county .Texas;
that bv said will the mid Mary Hawkins,
D. B. Heller G.
' it a
ylor, O. H.
% . . ' T " v„.i.'iiliiiitui are unknown, to In* ami :ip|*>ar;
, \ andw* enter, <if New lOlk, il^.fureilie ri--t eourt, toil? Iiolileu in
have been ronghing it for three isuid tar wild <<Miniy ot sirwkeit'ord. at
itifitilliM i n*4t ImviiiP- miulti flic ! tli^'-^tirt lioiw ilicn'iif lit t4ie iowii of
mouuiHLftsi, (laving inane " «! AllMtllV oll t„0 M«m.lrtv mur the
tour of the entire Pan IInn<lle^i.!,t Monday ill March next, Ilion and
conntrv. Thev are tjentlenienWwriMoaiii wer the lx'iition of J. Km
of means and are traveling for "awki'iHs,"ry ,vvkl"*' l,u wif*"
the Jove of travel, adventure
and health. We shall eagi-rl}'
look for Scribner and Harper.
as one of the gentlemen in a
noted writer and an illustrated
article from his pen would be
too good to remain unpublished.
—Dr. Townsley will be on
his ranch five miles East of Al-
bany during the month of
March. Persona desiring - the
services of a Dentist would do
well to call upon the Dr. while
he remains at home. He is
thoroughly qualified in every
branch of his profession and
persons securing his services
can rest assured that they will
get the very best of work at
reasonable prices and by a
trfectly responsible party.
'he-Dr. starts' in April on his
semi-annual circuit and Will be
upon his ranch again in August
WEATHEEKOKD,... - - - TEX^AS.
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— ... •y.".V. .
then Mary Tarrant, wan appointed m?lr
executrix, and constituted residuary leg-
atee; tliatou the first Tuesday in .laniury,
A. D. 1840. one Jamea O. Wright who
wu administrator of the eitatn of Mid
l^wb T. Klu|t deceased. In Ked Hirer
County In the Uteu Kepubile of Texas, In
pursuance of an order of the prolate
court of mid comity theretofore made,
sold at public auction at the court house
door in the town of Ckirksvilie in said
county. one third of a certificate for one
league and labor of land, a part of the
assets of said estate; Uiatat said sale the
said Edward H. Tarrant became the
purchaser of said one third ef said certlfl-
liei'ore niakiug pnrcliases eU«*li«r.'
He alto oflvrs
f. K. stkiHI 'v*:, "* i\l. M'KAKF.
.«••nily J;i ^' . 1 o!!#s*ii r.
STRIBLINQ & SPEARS.
[SjCx'fsnor* to Strtl*iiiQ j Jkiritand.)
tKAL KSTATE AGENTS AND
| •" • )
, • Jter Oonrail A R: lh' lniila'.i.^, Grltfla
l?ort Griffin, Shackelford
(lave -hoice lands for sale in 5jU*eVrlfor.l
iml adioining counties.
Investigate titles, render and pay taxes
ind redeem.those sold for taxes. Kent,
! !Aian. Sell Slid protect lands from sqiut-
I ers. Make aniiu.il payments aud obtain
j fa tent a on School aud Asylum land*.
i *■ n n
Keep agraeral laformath
Town lots and booses for sale
and to rait.
Fort Griffin, Texas, Jan. 1,1ST®.
Keep m baud
eale, that said sale was confirmed br
said probate court; tliat said. E lwartl H.
Tarrant had said one third of said errtlfl-
" t Is . now Juskell
on the——day of
cata located In. what la now Haskell
ooduty. Texas; that on tho-^-
. 18—. a Mtti.t was Issued
General latnd OfSee for said land .
name of the "Heirs of Lewis T. King;"
that the said plaintiff Man Hawklm to
the equitable owner of said one third of a
i and labor of land; thatsald patent
to issuer throws a elood itponi'
Wblcii peUtloa conclndcs with aprajw
that said defendants b« cited to answer,
and that the court render a decree, d!
tin tltle-to said toad outotthe
«nd vesUng the same In
Hawkins «ud for co«U and
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Remember the place, at SbansMjr's
original CaUle Exchange, Griffin avenue.
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a A. HUKft.
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