Graham Leader. (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 12, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 8, 1879 Page: 3 of 4
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EVERY 9 aTUW>AY
—to—Hiutea IS I ' —-^-x~: .^aetsaMei’JlT.
Oitarlpttai $2 Ter AvtfL'A.
AU notice* of a-bnsin<*b nature ia«ert-
Wla't frees aotomw*, aroehargod as nd*
Veftlftemefcta, at oujQocul rates.
.1 ; ■ » ■ vu--*—■■
■ i III I«JH|■ » »» II iWAtMWW* *.' *CV *, «£
FKtfttAfcif A HOKUKif.
HtVr* 16 Um KM that a murtlor hud
ham committed on Fleh hroefc, gome 16
The iiuptinla of Ctipdk Jjoo Hplller »rai
Miss Bello Loving, wr rt celebrated at
mils* we*i uf thi* DhuM pwiahetl fcowh Mia reeldeaa* of to* bridu1* parents In
Yhumtoy mdfUtug^MBherm mss*r^ Vulisynev. Junr
b» company with On. Attorney Brim, ***** * JtokaUirfi, ofiUdmtm*. TM
hurt I in mediately for tha tragic scene. j hHHPj wAPk*» toimedtolety afwr **"*
Upon their arrival at the* place they UMJ ceremony v left for Virginia, where they
oerLdrud that the sopj*o4ed victim Was ^ r*'* 11 *' A 'Vl!1 ' •:r '1 1'*H‘
t h r. >r \ line-rtr
PL A if) Ki>'\ N N K LrU AW U\ :
HftM, .V r jh>AV Eli|i^
. irui ■ wi»hm • -••<•,*
J A. A^IU’OV‘0,
wheat uij'i shclRd corn at the Graham
*"■ A--- ^ | q|
&au**get are ripo.
Orange Unin ml
Croquot has vanished.
RiWer change fci very avarc#
Wood wagon* are humorous. I *<
at Nome again; -
A heavy frost font Sunday morning.
. The sere and yellow iaaires ore fa'll-
Cattle and sheep continue to come In-
to our couhty. . -T- ►-=» .t
. Mr. W. S. MeJUnsay, visited Palo
1 Pluto this fieck.
a man nailed McBwtw*, and J.*7v~j)iid
J. W. N Poet Were Hrft*at»ni-rt« the sus-
picion* 1 par tie*.. Mr$t >jLcI>^tniot had
been uWuy fr«^n home and upon lu*r re-
turn found her husband was away ami
ti 1 tVicii.i
TTi** r !• ■.!<! i:,v, ph jnnny t'; ii.ml ^
in »l»i* iucUt-o, tender* its cojil i »tula«> i ttml *<
tious, ,trustingthat their* j.iurniy [ itntein» it
tliroitvh life may be pteusunt and profit-
. - -vww mmovn ivr It'lll, in Ult
Wilder Block. Apply to George Wfi
der. ‘■■••-r?:- -- ' J,
A wee little %lrl, arrived at the r*ui-
lence of Prof. Hendricks, ono day thia
r*Ak . _ ».
Hfk. AT. X. GraVe*, of ITeburne, ar-
rived Wednesday, and la visiting rela-
tives in this city. ^
Duck* nrh coming in, and os Uie
feather lieoomeseooleisthcy will doubts
10*8 bo plontiftil. < , *
. f ' rj .y a
Business in our Courts la diatfoasing-
ly dull. Tho officials aud attorney*
all their furniture in the pyas^sjon uf a,^e
the* Posts, Who stated that the.F'hnd
bought it from McXermot during her
absence. SherlffMeltort returned Thurs-
day night with the two Posts and
placed them In Jnil^. while Mr. Brim re-
mained in the Vicinity of the strunge af-
fair to look up further particulars. A
poaae of meu in the a«ighUorhi*>4 were
summoned, and search Is being mado
for McDermotJs body.
All the evidence obtaiued up to the
YOU CA A’ BE svinw IN A
JUT EUOSJ do CT&. TO JiksT
QUALITY OFSII.K PLUSH, AT
Wo dircet the attention our reader*
t lie advertisement of Aalifurd ^ liuf-
nhgtoaPortr Worth. They—fcrrfr in
shjck a large supply of Lumber, arid are
the proprietors of the City Mills,twhcrc
the favorite brands of Flour, eoe.vteb-
time of our going to press is strictly Cir- sivcly u*e<i in section are made. Don’t
eumstantinl, but point* directly to the j fail to cull t»n tln»m when you want to
party under arrest ai being the guilty sell whtut, bifv lumberor flour
ono; however, the*y may bo al)le to
•"•v »*«f mwvo.. prove the.r Innocence. . .... phmm.- iiAwru a'r il’w
S^5rb““; “r™- S®* “
Three store house* for rent in the If you Wdtnt a71 elegant fit
and best quality in Ladies'
and Gents’ kid gauntlets,
go to Jewell's.
Twin Mountain Is & very |>opular
place of resort—being visited daily by a
large number of dhr citisens.
Hf, h. H. (JreAn, who for the past
three months has been residing in Paris,
Texas, has returned to Qraham.
The horrizon had the appoarance of
tain Thursday morning, but as usual
"itmissed a mighty good chance.’'
Mr. L. J, Bower* is erectiug a busi-
ness house adjoining the Randolph
building and a dwelling in the rear.
The Male* under the supervision,,of
Mr. 'Geo. Wilder, XAis been liberally
Jmtfotiized during the oottouseuspn.
Mr. Johfl 'Wifnihte, Assistant deputy
ta*rsh*l of this district, spent a few
days herewith his friends this week.
, The bui^ling boom continues, os is
evidenced from the number of buildings
feeiftf arseted all over our young city. ;;
'OftmtaUb B. H. Pete and a. II. Ran-
dolph have been on the sick list this
hreck. We wisli them a speedy recovery.
Considerable* game Is coming into
market. Au old gentleman brought I®
two deer and a pear yestorday evening.
Ths free school, clssed \ast Friday,
and yet theiie is no visible decrease in
theaj&er or .pupilAiust^fidauce at
meTtmlpe^apce Council aro perfect-
tng arrangements ftjr a public entertain-
inont to hs^riven sometime during the
com lag month.
toung Const/ Medical Association.
-- •"r Obahah, Nov. 3, 1879.
Tho. association met us per adjourn-
ment, and was called to order by tho
chairman, U. N. Price, M, X. Minute*
of previous meeting read and adopted.
The rojKjrt of committees being jn Order,
tho committee on Constitution and by-
adopTCCTTiy sections—action oi^ by-laws
was deferred until the next regular
meeting, y . .% •, *
On utvlivn tUe.ocl.ty went into >•> ^hefiU never *iennUlwad.
election of permanent officers, w hich re-
riCK AMI) GRABBING IIOK
Nliss Mattie Kenan leaves tldH morn-
ing for her old home in Florida. ,Her
departure will be dCepijc^Wgretted by
her many friends and nssociutes iiero.-
We trust »1jc may have apleasant trip,
uud will 'ere long return to Gfahum.
Enamel Sauce Pans, 50
cents, at JEWELL’S,
A sporting gentleman euine to our
town a Short time ago for the purp««te
of indulging in a game of cards. Hr
left In disgust as none could in* fouud
w,Jio indulged in any such Pjmrt. H<-
said “tin* men here would put pinV Ht-
ifrgp -at m-ntti ' ptwTsiinii'jMincr
Cotton llnttin^cnt Jr well's.
To Mr Prfeiitfift.
Tlu^i^ 'kiHvifrrrig tblnwiclvjtis hjdohUid
conTTFri '•■•‘•‘Ml inVi-r-i-v < "dhiig [
l.;;g the same, or Jiyiioiiugnj
if BcCoUn* Vvlirn prrsrntrd
by au agriu wlu»m i wm lie compelled
to acuU out unless■settimnuii I- mude at J
my office fii the next tvn day*. Money
corn, wheat or cattle will lie taken on
aeOoimt.t Your Friend, v
.1 F.' nvrs.
tt will pay i/otf to call and
exaitr 'nr my new stark of
Dry Goods. G. B. .IFAVKU.,
tun acft* orgood BrazosTafitT to real,
%\*m.miles frotn‘Belknap. Apply to
J. A. Woom-oi.K..
Bl'Al TiFl'L LINK0F( ()UI)]'.I)
ALPACA, ^POPLIN, XKBAGK,
HK0( A DK, BON UK r.CASI.M KKKS
ETC., AT JEWELL’S.
As to prices, Htroop’s policy is to live
and let live.
YOU CAN OEWILLlIvtANTlU
AND CLAKK’8 81*001 THREAD
FOR 5 CIS. PER SPOOL AT JEW-
('hew .lurkson’s lh*st Navy To
J. B. NORRIS,
Basil, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings,
'' A1TD SHINGLES,
0>FU K AND YARD, NORTH HIDE PCBL1C SQUARE. '
At City Flour Mills, Where We Pay Cash for Wh#ai>
FORT WORTH, TEXA0. * ^
lu|W9’i reportt!d,1 and the comtilntidn- camui ntcyivToFafraid of t ho girls.” 11
the uieu of UTaUam will eohtiuue to4*e
goveipodYy “Wi« gwis” vi o can have
the liest city in tho Htate vv.cu if we
suited as follows: President, R. K.
Price, M. X.; Vice President, G. II,Lc-
Urand, M. D.; Hecretary and Treasurer,
J. K. Davidson, M. D.
On motion the committeo on charges
was allowed further time to1 prepare a
list of charges. - —.
On motion the regular meetings he
held on the first Monday In each month
A committee of twb, oojusjstinfc of
DrsT Reagan and Atkinson, was ap-
pointed to wait upon the Editors of the
Lkadkk, relative to publication of the
proceedings of the association. •
Oh motion Xr. Atkinson, was ap-
pointed to read an essay upon some
medical subject at the next regular
On motion the society adjournetl f6
meet iu araham on 1st Monday in Dt-
J. K. Davidson, R. N. Price,
UObL OF M Ell u Kits.
R. N» Price, M- X.; N. M, Reagan,
M.JVpUcp.B*. LeGrnnd, M.*!).; J.
Mo. C- Atkinson, M. DdO. B. Batchoi-
dtr, M. D.; W. W. James, M. X.; J. R.
Davidson, M. X» >'*.1 -_____
BKUXETS AND EIDH, 5 CENTS
BEST QUA LI l'Y SHEEP SHEARS
AT JE W ELLS._____
Judge Arnold and family expect-t-t
rjriive to ’Graham on sau:rday nexfr
The Judge hud his hou Robert, tin ex-
cellent lawyer*, aud’ will l»o xjuiie an
acijuisitioa to tin* Graham bar. We re-
gret to lose them, hut take delight ill
com mending them to the kindly offices
Of the elevwr people of Graham.—Fort
Worth Advance. ' *,.
‘‘The cloV'fr poopTo of Graham'^ re-
gard the arrival of Judge Arnold and
family us a very material acquisition to
our Society a* well as tot he Graham
bar. They reached our town pn Tues-
J lot of new Feathers at
ftgftftt fin tl^- I ivm It, ntt.'hristiaji
lo Pluto bounty, Texas'.- ” "
If you want bargains in
Hardware go to Jewell's
PER POUND AT JEWELL’S
Vflmt is the best aud safest prepara.
Wk Blanche Eifti el burger, HfciJ®* tionto turn gray hair to its naturul eol-
fifiing, lafct Saturday afternoon, was
• The DOttoh 0t«p of this county la near-
ly out, and farmers wUl j*erhaj>8 pbmt
eady some: talk
thia place next Reason
or, but not dye It? Hull’s Vegetable
Sicilian Hair Rcuewcr.
8TRAP HINGES 5 ANI) 25
CEN'fH rER PA I R AT JE.WELUS
There Dr. It. H. Green fishes to inform his
it gin i* old patreu* and friends that he has re-
turittnl to Graham, and Is prepured to
sn# juace ^ turned to Graham, and is prepured to
etranger of the ma*<mliue^rdo all kinds of Dentistry on short no-
ft«n4yy^. made hit appeemnee at the
residence of Mr. Godfrey last Friday
evaahlf. &o, aleo. a girl at Mr. Hind*
Yimou B. YE Rieharta, of tEe Or*
liam Hotel, bought a lot of flsli Tuesday
and wUI» liU usual generosity.....
ticc and in a satisfactory manner,
4 Mini Knob Locks for 25
cents at JEWELL’S
One of our M, D’*. while soliloquiz-
ing upon the dry weather, dull times,
Ac., yesterday evening, w»f heard to
*rl*h ______ .
^I&dtca! fraternity t------
have organised an association, having
held their first meeting on ]
t roM«ingiy healthy. ’'
L Oonftrti MCUtr On&ttr-
^ In our notice last week of the arrival
Fttlton, Esqr., we stated that
We are glad to note this action; as It/ of#. \V. Fulton, Esqr., we sta
frill ao doubt be beneficial to Wo pny= h^ free from Rockport, Texas, when It
to the people gen- should have been Galveston, as be was
VlJ ■* a reaidentaf tbstcMy fi ‘
l>e$fp his removal Mere,
Hi * resident of that city for several years
dhflndibf thr itttfeieli
Jewell will dt you in a full
suit for $5:0U.
Patterson A Ta^TwilTIhivo iu stock
on Monday October 6th, a frill assortr
ment of Furniture,, which wRl LkisoM
at astonishingly low prices. lm.,
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF l,A-
IDIE8’ WOOL TESTS ~ AMD
DRAWEltS, AT JKWELL’S . V
WANTED.—A woman to do general
hotjse-work. Permanent employment
hnd gotnl wage* \vlU be >given. Apply
at tki* office.
QUITE A DlfFERENCK.
Mr. Durham, of Waco Bend, savs that
a few days ago he pundmaed in GTruhapr
an ouue<i bf of C*itiChojuidin paying |^I,90
for tt—not kn<»wing that be couldduiv^
Iwnght'the same quantity at 8troop>
Drug Htore ftrr $1,60.
The most fastidious can
besuited in Boots and Shoes,
Th& New Hardware Store
U t ht* plu^c to geiVour Hardware
KYSrV'HnnK (o be found in a
Hard wore Store can be kml at
ALL KINDS OF
AtL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED',
ALSO, PROPRIETORS.Qfr ^
-> C I f Y F i; 0 U R TNG MILLS,
MAKE- THE CELEBRATEDBRAXDS 0F_ - \
’ BEAUTY" and “SNOWFLAKE” FLOUR,
-------BUY WHEAT ANB SELL LUMBER.
I'ltlOES OF LUMBER AS LOW AND QUALITY AS GOOD
AS ANY YARD IN THE CITY.
DAVIS j DICKERS
'WEST SIDE SQUARE, (WADLEY & BURKETT’S OLD STAND,)
Stoves, Tinware and j * and S°utheast.
MSTALIC WASH JUSS,
Roofing and Guttering aSpec-
T allty, ^
Next Door hfl Hertthani’s,
You can buy .
- lor.w Quinine frif $4,50,
1 ““CidebnnkUa” 1,50,
1. u “ Cinchona ! ,U
1 » “ Chlnoidlno 25.
And all other drugi and ni(*diviucs at
You mn get a good Calf
Boot, Split Back» at JrfrtlT*
/or fj2.6 0 per pw>^ t
Wm. Cameron, dealer In
Bf? T^!T||and ^V»nd^i.ut, W*
ParvEhsos A Tate’s.
T Aver s.
U — *v
For ScroiiOa. an-l »li
fTrufuJoua du*Ruwji. F.rCal
j'Nas. lU>«c. Si, Aiitlio-
i;v’« Jfirv, krripticap ami
l-.ruptlV^-diseases of the
pltiti, t'iceraMons of the
1 jvQit btomafk, Ki^nryv
Bead, JUijghionn. L'lccts.
5Wms, L’bcuncoFni. N’Ajo.ii'^jv VS:u i(>.
tt»e IkituiN. Si'li* and Ilefal, KeiRfiJe
Weuktu-Nv. hturility., Lonefrftiflnu. ari»,h»s
from internal riUWnttmti ;.»ci Pb raw
dloeasc*. ttyptrilitic Btirt 'Morurirti dhi
ease*, Dirinay, J>v.i|v>;.<»ia, ICiyauia^hw.
Is tit v* and ivfPuvitjqqf ihu
Memphis s Charleston
Pa ssi ?i g Thro ugh
The “naturally beautiful and most fa*
voreri region of our country.” Decided*
General Debility, and
This Fampnrilln U.
vegetable nlt<ri \lives -
eificaoioii.4 inudieine ^ |_____._
the diHu.-MM » it is intemlWl to cure.
Its ijignsdfMiJtawi* vt»skilfully-com-
bined. that ul^rafivc eficct .ot.
each is uud while it is pq ini!<l
as to bf* LtOnluae ^un4e-4^~cirttdTen. it is
jftilf so .t lfi'ctuql ns to J'lifge oul from ll»«
tystem thyse 'iiupcDtifS and eOrruptions
.which Mtftiy int**- loutb^muc disease.
Tin.* reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, and «J«* '■••ufidejioe winch
prominent f.hv«ici:ins all n\ci' tU*- econr
trrrepbse in |hwq*»
prlw, on hand and made to order at
J V / > L
whs daaire a 0# are graciously wniUnl
Upon ai Ida elegantly furnished bar.
Z The bail at Ryus' hiffi on Tuesday
evening last, passed off Vary pleasantly. p”ici*‘^wc fa* HndamlglMd
-At a meeting of the Blacksmiths of
Graham, Texas, held for ths purpose of
DcguU|tlug the pricesl of work .In their
line, to consideration of the raise of the
of its’ tiaefuAy •*.
occurred |U mar the pleasures
the affkir was uni-
one of the meet
to raise the price of work;
Hot* » _ ?
It to your in
and has an ee-
i want tom-
T-- ■■ tf.
HI^HHD. N. KlLLLAjr, ■’T+l-x-IS
GODFREY 4 FLOYD.
Graham. Toxas, l^t, 187?.
Enamel Kettles, 75 cents,
at J‘BrWB331.3L,,S * v ^
%Ve Furiiishiny Goods
quality at Jewel?*.
trrP * PiMN*iDli\ Ik 11
iy*qo jm4 ns many of tlmi&rca-s. a
■HelykncWn. tto»y fdmisli qpnvine;ncr
" >f th-.* svpcriririty ol Ufis-#Ar-
ev#t> o»viv fjfli r ’ altetfr i *»’
• HO gene rally u»»Tfe sitb»'jri*
| up more than to assure the
the b^*»t 'fmtttlnji it i.ai fum
CI.F.VI8K8, ALL BQHS!* fOK 1#
TUNTB fur to. A^flpiWUS.
AFTER JUNE Ut,
afitmn TP.IF TICKETS,
At Reduced Rates, will be on sale to the
Colobrated Springs and Water-
ing Places of
East Tennessee Virginia.
Klocant Day Coaqhcs from
umnu' ii tunw
Magnificent Palace Sleeping C'nrs,
owned by the Company, on all uigbt
trains. Sleeping Car Fare Reduced.
Baggage Cheeked Through to dcstina-
lion, ' ' _
WASH LNGtON, B ALTI MORE.
PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,
—as well, as rbii— ,. j ■
Chattanooga, . Atlanta
i Charlotte, Augusta^
.lad all Southern Cit(eB, should pur
» chase Tickets by this Line.
Maps, Time Tables, and Rates of
Tickets furnished on application to
P. R. ROGERS,
Gen. Western Agent, Dallas, Tcxa*.
TO TnE PEOPLE OP -*>
Fort Worth, Texaa
Or West of There.
when you go North or East you
that your Hieqprat rind best Did
aud take the
Soutofl & Thui Cntnl hihni
I^or they are now runding two passen-
gnr trains j>er day direct througli to s
i ns, linn, 4 rntm
ten', turn ilnul';.
R to the
One Railway from' Texas
Thai; rnns its trains with baggage care,
passenger couches and PuIli»a» sTeeplng
cars direct Into the great Union R. R.
Dei>ot, Ht. Louie, Mo.
XT IQ THU
By the Way of Sedalia, Ms.
PEOPLE of TEXAS
The M., K. A T. R’y offfer you a Pull-
man Hlecping Car from Houston, Hearn
Dullas psriusn and Denieon ‘ —
HootL K»n., to Hcdalta, Mo., to
Be sure and go to
R. R. ticket* of the
Ticket Agent, office
j member tho nuiubef. He will a
You will also find that when you get
to Dallus, you can get yc " p
checked to any prom
.United States. There iso;
H. P. Hughks.
rn Pgsi ‘
8’th’rn Pas§, Ag’fc.
North-West Corner PubUcJbfiUkrc,
an A TT A TUT iftPYAfl- -
‘ vivAJaA iu., iibJVAka>.
■T Has also a
Harness and Shoe Shop
. ■ ;*r *.-til (MRIbeHolf. -
■ -V . .. ... ,
j. e. mm ico.,
Book Sellers • Statieners
A2TD JOf S DBALSaiflA
WaU Papacy Blank Books, Music, Bchbel
1 looks, Oil ©toum*, Friuttng
• *i , Papery Kte., Etc., Etc.,
Wofttierfcrd, - - Tt**s.
"wL»4—*-■*'*'1 1 *»" 11 >■'*■< i> »*»—-- "y
I Ohristctoher, ■
AND W01KKR JX
Henry Warren k Co.
WEATHERFORD, . TEX Ad
Accounts of merchants and others solicit*
vlnkly^ -Sw -
cd. tYe make remRtancss and
all accessible points.
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