Graham Leader. (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 5, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 20, 1879 Page: 1 of 4
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TlX^BAT^RiyAY, SEPtFMBFR 2ft, ia?D.
flbw About the Bkfrt-taWof Graham )
Mwter Editor Graves:
Az I was ftlosofizln an rumiqatlnpver
things in generaTnh nuthlnTh purfuli^
Tams of Subscription.
One Copy, On© Yeitr, ^
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^ ■ ~ * hnhin if tnu En nnriliiAtl
,.ul»tUw4hot struk afe mos forslbli tlmt
the litjxom ov thJs..bury IfM'Miiyil ump^
VrMrta are mi
H, wu» follo^ej: bought hack ami - * ^xas.
fen..,.,. «r ™ n»MyGt^ti
lo which, impelled b^ parental regahl
_____________e as low as is ....
ttud will be strictly adhered to:
One square (1 inch)Unit insertion,'$1.00
Each subsequent iyiforUftti, ■> r- ^ ~ff-
1 mo. fmo. « mo. 12 mo. 1
$2M ' trim$T0;wr’
2 incite© 5.00 8.00 12.00
hopiu it ma bo pcrductl ve ov some good
an speahully ten tu the ooliugln ov the
•it^r:’*‘AJt I entered the stty ml thots r!s
ilo.UU ~ rlvv” ^ uu mat w«
o.w 20.00 had know rale-rodo kommuuicashun
RMg:-22‘OQ——with^jihdun or U air eg ton; but T was
X*XX S'S kousoled td no that the iVrasPnciflck
*d.O0 . 35.00 50.00 86.00 ■...- ,, -----,
notices ten centa per line each ! waz pushln rapidli tu here tu let
in. A liberal deduction made to sltizens have fresh balouie autu
JUDICIAL. ' -
diner direckt Arum the Fort.
but bi mlself, anct warffiiidll Invited in
th behole the kounti Bor din House. It
- tl. 8. J&lWrttlGf CIBCUlt OOttBT.
A. P. McCormick* fudge.
F. \V. Minor,,Distrret Attorney.
A. B.VorSm WArshal.
F. W. (Brand, Clerk.
First Mondays in February and Aug
DISTRICT COuKT.-r— .
.T. It. Fleming. Judge.
J. M. Moore, District Attorney,
J. B, F. 8 hock, Clerk. .. r
”1 Ow tlwlnTlwhtiihjr
In March, August and December.
te-a strucktirre l wood knot like tu bord
fp, knot bekausc the grub aint good]
hut on-ackount ov the adage: “Kril
kom nVn nleash uns kerrup’gcxal'manors.*'
Beein fliat I had knertv lesure at that
point, I waited out antidnirbee line tu
the hrfk_sfal>el, kep by Pattersun an
Tate. I tuk a Cheer an tride tu kom-
poeejnHrubbled thoU hut that eve*. l»ing I^wjx. AThktBtephen Mikw teBs
J. H. Oh
rwt County Judge.
Ins tin “Kups” razed me in mi one esti-
mashuu hi kaTIlu me iUch pet epiteta
' fa. "parti, '* etc.'’ Jus at this partiku^-
junktu^i that auagto-peddels-Viwlto
in spec tor;
J. L. Mercer, Precinct So. 1.
Doodle Machines, who is kalled Jim
Riddell, kum roun tu tell "Kaps" tu
'fSte "his raa? 8tbc3r^a~_quart or sow ov
W. P. Jones,
W/ FT. Keeir,
y 2. -
J. H. Davidstgi, " "
J. A TiaffCrtv, Precinct No. 1.
tV. P. Jones, jiL 2.
W. iT Keen, M » 8.
inklin, •" 4t- 4,
aslves an tu pouns' ov bran, and 10 oz, ov
eopparus, an --~,1 forgitthe ballanee,
}V-er*.kep ra»# stock in mi life,
there is Pattersun, familiarl
bl all who uuse fatmsjtty ’
I ris from ini
"best Iniy in the market,
sete un strotle on an wltoshudel mete
butA-tiorg with a tin kan tide on hlz
bine tale- I latfed, an sow did all ov
1). D, Franklin, “ ~ ‘<-
tImk for ho niyo Courts. ——g.^.. - _______^., Ul
County CrImlnal^^rt^lit^Monday them latr at the hotel where that dorir
in every monthr^~-4 • ......•
EcrTORS Leader: In your issue of 7 .• Av '\\\TT;:
A urust 80yj-J_And tiilalaiig<iagc. "8. ’ •—A ♦ ^ OOLFO LKy
I.^"Mills, who has bfon working with
Mt BhuteV Jeweler
lEEiB fltturnoy m !
ey and property bGouging tu Mr. Bimte^ ——
He WUM Lmimhi RknuAkh ..... "
and adjoining counties.
the space in your paper hj-reply.
Years agti, KU-.pbsn L.HliiiS tVas left
ATTORNEY • AT~iAW
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Graham^mng eW, Z^x<CT... i-jomPt and K>rton»l Attention to an busTnStsi Jn our.Lfnae-
at nay house by Aa-tdder hroRrer, a - w.t.t i.. r_i__r.....j " *
RrT. him t \nn,
Colleotors and. Conveyaafcers,
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tie, helpless, pick, p< nnyleaa orphan,
I took him lithi my im » fmwHy, UMflj
for him a.J did my own sons, till about
Two years since, wjtienhe umiertook the I '
battlh of life for himself. During a por- »
Ron of thirtime he worked atUhs lew-
Conveyaacihg, Pr^ctirmg Patents, Dividing tands,' &c.7 Sc.
eler’s trade with a gentleman at Gates-
ville, Texas. His sense and ingenqity
soon enabled him to li very utiefuito *'
his employer. When he had learned
ATTORNEY - AE-tAW.
L a ndtand Collecting Agent: “
vPaylor, Clay, Jack, Parker, Palo Pinto, Stephens, Cal-
ahan, hast land, Shackeifdhi, Throckmorton and other CounCies.
to do good work, his employer gave him
some tools and material, and he travel*
ed in search bf better wages. Thisgo-
couuts for hisappearanee in your prom-
~pr a tv/t^ rnyi v,a pt Siedll Attention Tkttafc-lioiit the State tu Tak Vattm of lotfReatdeits.
Will prtctlcfl ItYtb* oaihIiIm of Yomoit, Cluj, J*rk
Falo f*lDto;stej.lip'.#, Sli.M kli'fonl ana TbcockoMMtot.
A»o, In HiS Ktnljj^ couruaK^CFMyai g:. . .7-
OJjice adjoining Barbed Shop
Will bdgiiul togitc responsible references among patrons of
long standing, and the leading'Ranks of Texas.
rue I believe, ALL. who know Wmdp,' •
the same, I never knew 1dm to lia^
Till now fie has lived vvTEhduT a'blemish.
Hto version of the above quoted aflhir
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ji^ii mwrn^j. , nm —-r r*-.. . . .. n ■ ■■ .«
you FiTHcSAsa or
> » AND
lalhis: That he was forking at the
houa# of Mr. Bhute,,using frl* iMills’i
o^ n tooTs'and material—Bhute1! tools
Land A gent,
fill AH AM,;----—.• TEXAS.
were daily expecteti, but did not qome.
When his tools came they were to enter
4«to a written contract, and enter the
business together. No bargain or trady
Will oractiee; I,the Courts of Youhg and'
»laJ| »ufrouiidin« counties.
R. T. SALF,
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For Use or Investment.
r every month. ^ '■•v~——
County Civil Court—8r4 Monday tn
January, March, May, July, September
started from. Shurell, Mister Editur
Graves, this iz a pergressivo I.auaw in
^yjuuwdkor.' V^lixid our fourl'athers, in the
j=^j^ebr«»ry, M,,.v, A«*u»tii,l Nm-em-1
ever tlmt ov makin a dorg let out hlz
sbede bi such pursuadin powers az tin
money Mills made and kept It. ThatR
he owed Mr. Bhute one cent he-did not
know it. That he was arrested by the
Sheriff, so far afc he knows, without
warrant—that, like_a thief, he wiMd*
* hr—ihtcfc, 'Archet
GRAHAM. TEX A^.
Young, Clay, Stephens, Throckmorton,
B f- UIU.IAIIA
Moutague, Shackelford, Ravi dr, P«i»k£f
“ Commissioners' Court—2hd Momlay
Justices’ Court—Precinct No. 1, Last
Monday i me very month.
1 * reclnct No, ij, 2nd. Bn tu ri
livered to Bhute—not ^ Justice—that
Bhute opened his satchel, agaiust- his
protest, and took therefrom twelve dol-
lars, in silver, besides divers watch ma-
loriialg, none of which he had any right
to. That after this Robrkry, he vvent
Williams & D'
=-=®astland, and in ifiatty other counties’
lAWAIUm IIA.1-.T VA.J IHWUVU* ^’’TTUU HI CWA1VII |PUinUttUIj
3gso» omij i..ui> m __
5? *• W RS!>- when thi htoTori 7v tbe*mtr,d ins:
pus, Who fought, (when skuleboys) ble<lfc
ftvhen strdk on knows), died,.(ov old
age), is ritten, then this must lie notis-
t ivvlilV* i"v« u| miii a i lunj «
Freduct No. 4, 4th Friday.
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REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
~ UJIM. prwrtr* in rr«ng and «ur»^n<l!ii|rC..irti«»t
- ..... , .Omen: In ih«> ClirUf.ij.lier balliilug, 8«»ull
aalcpd hlm'h ^,||||- ■;>f ■ V I Tl ti ll! I’M* Fs»»»*« «««'»»«■ Owhaw, T>m
to the man to whom be had paid flvt
doRnre• to-tokrrhftn to Breckenridge,
Buy bargains! of perfect title!, of 4000 Surveys or Tracts!
, most of them the FAMOUS PREMIUM PETERS* C0L0-
V HY LANDS, s^«cted4ii 1852-^in a region #hose elevation defies
the presence of yellow fever and other epidemic di*ea*£$, being
fr.oni 500 to 1000 feet greater eleratiop than St. imiis, Balti-
morey ^few York irrrrt PhitadelpKiA, and ffot su"rjpasse(f for its coa Is
TttfesnyVkRiAN.—Every Sabbath ex-
tent the flriib, at 11 o'tlock; Rev. WC
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tept theflrtt, i
WMBM^Tiatiir ________________________.. ,_____
_A£j£thoniAt.—]•',very Sablvftth ext*ep1
the 3r«l, at-lt o’clock; Rev. B. H. John-
“mo,.Pastor. . -v ** •*
ed. The mos noticable iz thoPnrk. It
bath, at the school building
Baftjst.—First Babliath in e4ch
nn>ntli, at the Presbyterian church;
Rev. G. F. Meyer, Pastor..
Cl’MBKR AND pRKHByTERIAN.—3rd
Babbath In each month, at th * Metho-
dist church; Rev. Mr. Ware, Pastor. -
Eriecopalia n The servlosia of thy
Episcopnl Church will be held at'the
Presbyterian Church every Babbath
afternoon at 4 o’clock, untilfVirther no-
■ — tic©. All are cordially invited to attend.
M kthodist.—Every Babbath
, lltg 9 o’clock at the Methodist f
B. F. Williams Buperlntemient.
C.MlON.»-Every Babbath morning 9
is a plesant resort for al ded-betes, an
fruro the number, inlselif hiixt in, It oc-
kured tu me that when the Arteshun
well iz bored, the socletj' will increase,
fdr uow .the president haz ttl go tu
Dregseto weRrnlty often or sum where
ftf what lokalitie, qn sujn mos prefsin
bizness. Now Mister Editor, dont flfink
Yura minute I’m thru with this sketch,
but I mus take tltrt for rcflcxi
refused. T h us-,robl»edof his money and
other ihhtgs, valuable to him, he left
Grahgm, without anyrhohey and walk-
ed to my house, atBreckenridge. Com-
ment Is unnecessary. . Why did thby
not bind the thief over?
J. W. Bl.ANXINSHtF.
Dr. J. E. DAVIDSON,
Physician * Surgeohy •
VHA HAM, TEXAS.
All calls promptly attended.
Office West-Bide Puldie Bquarc.
climate, health, beauty, the gtokihg of cereal^ and every-
kfnd-of *toek; and now myet progressive, being on route Texa*
’ K • -r,
tPd^-Pikcific Railway, tor sale, ai«o, Lota in the prosperous
VOWXT OF GRAHAM,
A Hq^band Market
A strong-minded woman nmrritMl a
man not noted for activity of body, or
energy of character, and l»efore Die'
over, Upon awaking
Drs. Price & Atkinson
on Survey of said Railroad, and rftttt* of Denison and Pacific/
and Waco ahd’ Northwestern Railroads, by
M S. GRAHAM,
EAND OFFICE AT C.KAHANl, YOUNGGCOUNTY, TEXAS.
Refer to Banket? Generally; M®*Cnt this out for reference.
^ 1 -V ■
never qhlt sendin yore pajier to yore
affeeshunato . Co usin JonN.
** * ^
one moriUngf |»© found his spouse in
"My loVe," said he, "what is the qlat-
Ali cafls attended to in Grnhara and
8U rrnu nd iujfCounity.
^Office at Ryus’ Drug Store.
-- O’clock, at the Presbyterian church; G.
W. Parker, 8u|
On Saturday of
each month. J. E. RYU8, M. M.
Geo. Wi deb, Sect’jh
Graham Omincil U. F. of T., meets
r Friday evening at the Pfesbyte-
A, story is told of two New England | ~-^€4rf^risadlu5El^^
"Why, what was it?”
-"Well, I thought.I was going up
Fourth street, where I saw a sign, ‘Hus-
bands for sale/. So mahy women were,
rushing in that I followed, and just then
they wdre selliug »splendid specirhen
deacons^between whom a bitter feud
had long existed concerning some con-
tested point. Neither would yield and,
the matter threatened to-be handed
Ml&ttui GoMiiig ifist,
iIan"Church, J^B. BttAW, W. P.
H. B. Bpii,
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Arrival ani^ukparitrkof Mails
old enemy, andisiJl®hilV‘'sald; "Brother
Jones, It is a shame tl&t this quarrel of
ours should bri;ig trouble in the church.
I have prayed earnestly for guidance
in-the matter, and have come to the oon-
©lusion that you must give in, for I tanr
W ILL pay special attention to the
paying, of taxes for non residents.
"But did they all (bring as much as
"Oh, no. They weht at 11000. IfiotL
A. a CANT
■^frwr, 'anrysrseT any that looked S S AJk :ptS
Eastern Mall, including Jackslioro,
Ac., Ac;, arrives every day except Bull-
. . day, aboct 3 o’clock, p. M.
Eastern Mail for all points as above
departs every day. except Bunday, at
h:3rt a M: mall closing punctually‘at 9.
Money Order Office open from 7-
till 8a a Hrtd again from 9:80a m to the
lorthe mail from the Bhst.
TlIOB. Bi BTKVKjtB, I*. M.
the End of the World
X lecture delivered at the Berlin
University some three mooths ago bf
Prof. Dubois-Rev mood beers the bftrfe:
nous tills," The End of Our World,”
and says that every movement on our
plaaet, with the exception of the ehh
of tbs flood, which are caused by the
sttraclion of the mooo, Is cso-c<l by
Solar heat. As feoweVer, the suit los-
es every y*ar s portion of his caloric,
scieooe has lately come to the conclp
•ion thst.be w4H not exist assn emiUer
of Wstmth longer tbsu for I7.OOO.00O
years. During that space nf thus dbr
earth will get colder and solder'in
proportion>si the solar best shill d»-
I ■ wssw I ■ -■
boles to tl
epos tor; the earth’s popo«
iiilvahriqg glaciers; tbs stra SfH he-
come less and less luminous until he
An old negro preaching in a Georgia
town recently, condemned the general
tendency of men to wish they had oilier
opportunities to do good, and asked;
"What would a humming bird do wld
de eagle’s wings, and what oould de
eagle wid the humming bird’s wings
Jhwdern, use de Wing? of faith God has
gibbeflyou, and Got wtii care for bo<h
de ©agio and de humming binds flight.”
Many periods of greater pretensions
contain not half the beauty, of this.
like me?” ___
i"YSs, Indeed, but thly were tied up
in bunohes like asparagus and sold for
ten cents a bunch.”
Office, West Side Public SqilMfE
W. W. •L*«,
The yellow fever is still progressing in
Memphis and rapidly using up the
•cant material left for its subjects. Ne-
groes refuse to go Into Camp outside of
the oily limits, pteferlng to run the risk
In order to secufU free rations. Opt of
twenty-six deaths from fever, imt week
nineteen were negroes. Btlll they pre^
(teg thrf^clty- and free grub; T**.
The radical political emergency is no
respeetor of persons. - All eqjoylup ad-
vantages at the hands of the govbrn-
ment are celled upon to "oontrblutS*’ in
aid to tlie party cause in Ohio. At the
same time that the circular invitation
is seftt to th© national banks, the wash-
erwomen in th© employ of th« depart-
ment, at Washington are also asked to
"omtie down!' with a peroentageof their
earnings. _t—• _ «- ■ ---
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cy & Staple DryUlood
w X w v
BOOTS AND SHOES
The pe>4L- Informed thalihU new and handeome
fcenee Is n>»w o|-«« for «ur«la. «■>< no |mln« will he«f«r-
ud that will edd to the eotnlvrt ol IM t-wiruM.
laeldieM oUached to the hoeee
t Room for tiblnm<r«rial met.'
«HH; MoCOSNCIjU Propritlcr.
SUMMER STYLES IN HATS.
A Fine selection of
LADIES’ UNTRIMWIED HATS
Three bales of cotton were received Id
■uror own wnwn W*CO from BoSS station on th© ex Ivin
wUUdveaeeftwwtbc »fort Rfth© Can teal i this is the flistamp*
ment over the road. . Aquilla, a nedr
The nuoahi who burglpHiedtbv Man-
hattan savings bank, of New Yok, Some
tinle ago, have made nothing, and Will
make nothing, by the imdlense haul of
United fttafes bonds Which they made
from the IdstltuUont The bank baa
Steadily refused to negotiate with ihe^
robbers for the return of the property,
and that course M Tendered quite un-
nevessary by HecMarJr Ahftimn ohh-
stolen TximTs; and .paying
First-cass Liver) Stab* In Connection
Terms modernts^ accommodations good.
As I will make strictly essl prices, I cannot »ell goods on time; hence par
ties will nottsk for credit as it will necessitate a refusal.. I Will meet thd
prices of persons buying for cash. . . y i* H. HA’fFltlLD.
w swo wyuw »vi | i mw vni us ■ ---, A— —I _—. — w ”
will grsdnaJy.....It iifliii tb©. *hitlSm20 mUes beyond w«mh». ban tn-vh
__.1___ .1___ L . lal.l hVl« • Tk._______*U. I__
Uld Off In lots. The work on the bridge
across th© Brsaos is progress! ng-vuid
irw «IMI ITW IUUIIUUU* UUIII ----- —" ■» jn^.w-iiig.-auu IIlHLAirVfl WWIfll nfimii, leaving A DSieilCC I
r^l'lfalT^ndV w l\vYi rII\^tiffiT,^,Bt Ijotober llO.^Grady yMW50,000, which will be paid Aw hen the
all vitality on our plam-t. fqohWty. .... the pr» per way
the bank $1,860,000 for that amoilDt of
matured stolen bonds, leaving a balance
\s. R. A KF R ELS..Y...
jyC A.3t T BLSH13R».
Wholeunle and lloUil Dealer in
Scdiool Books! SlaAk BooksR
- Pianos, Organ
Keeps the very _
‘ Brandies: ah
^ r *inm. H*4
3w)coiff p . m. i_
Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas*
to School ahd ,
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