Graham Leader. (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1880 Page: 4 of 4
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Ham moth Stock of Desirable Woods!
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Now Being Received by
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We are again pleased to return thahks to our numerous customers in Young and
adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and take this method of informing
them that we haye in store and are daily receiving the finest and largest stock of
Goods everibrought West of the Railroad; selected hy our Mr. W. P. Bkckhabt,
in the St. Louis market. Our store house is so arranged that we have
iiiiiMMTiiiii:i: separate departmentsSMi
ueensware; 3rd. Saddlery, which ena-
o a much better advantage than heretofore.
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To our customers We would say, that as to prices and superior quaMy OrGoods^ we leave for you to decide—willing-to risk your
judgment as we have m the past—having every confidence in your decision. We-cannot expect _a more liberal patronage than you
have given us; but trust our actions have been snoh that.1 i i ' i mi' -t■.»u-
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We m© prepared to pay cash for all the Cotton raised in tK© ^Countyf tiroad-priaoa} -either prnned or
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We Pay cash for Exchange drawn on Fort Worth, Galveston, Now. Orleans, St. Louis and New York, and draw Exchange, on Fort
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Worth without charge.
1-Graham, Texas, September 17th, 1880.
Hntoek at Gettysburg—General Garfleld
as a Boy—Is lie the Genuine Hancock!
Stanley Huntley in the Brooklyn Eatflf.
f - Tobin Stewart, a private it)^he aiz
hundred and twqffrh Rhode Ishtind reg<
iment, relates an interesting aecount of
a conversation between bimselfwnd the
It seoo^s that Hancock had sent for
Stewart ostensibly to consult with him
. upon the propriety of turning tho ene.
^ if * flank, but when liearrr\e<l at
Hancock’s^ qn|yrt he found tfeptlie
whs wanted ror something vastly
feraet. “Take my compliments to
Oteeral^tokewali Jackson,** said Han*
since. * He ia hnowA (b.*r bis tobcl synD
pathies, and yet the democratic party
propose to elect him president.
VVe are prepared to furnish
similar do tbe above at prices which
place them wuhid the reach of all. We
also furnish excellent editorials slhow*-
ing that each story is tinlrne, so that
papers not desiring to use the charges'
Vf ljH Hy duty to my county will
not permit me to sacrifice my corps for
the flj200 he offered me/' Btewart in*
" • digoantly refused to betray the army
» and the natiqn, aud threatened to put
Hancock under arrest. Ai this Han*
cock flushed violently, and turned away.
These facts are substantiated by Mr.
Btewart’s neighbors, who are ready to
swear that Mr. Stewart was in the army,
and received a mortal wound at Shiloh,
front ifhfeh ko fc« .not fully recovered.
trafettAL GARFIWLO AS A BOY.
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one day General Garfield, then but four
years of age, was approached by one
V the mulef, who wanted him to let
up 4 little, as the weather was hot. The*
general took the matter into consider-
ation, and finally agr«»d to be more
gentle if the mole would assign to him
bis rations for that day. The mole
did so, aod the boy sold them for books
with Which he stored Jiis mind and pav-
' ed the way to the presidency. There
$ . Is no doubt that he accepted the bribe
from the mole, but he took it as A citk
ate, and faithAiUy kept hW pledge not
to whack the mule any more than was
jKveserry to prevent any suspicion ou
ta ftv THE OtVlHKr
uli BE THE GR5I7I
Hancock killed Abi
Hancock and J(An
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night that Lincoln was shot. Booth
was in Hancock’s quarters, and Han-
cock was at Ford’s Opera house* The
close resemblance between the men nat-
urally miried the audieng^ who mis-
took Hancock fgy. Booth, Ti*d in the
„ *. _y- -'km1 ligiogg work in which he waa engaged;
htirg a. clever actoir, as|U med Hancock
r taken tbf him ve
K for bis Vebel svn
ing the papers that do. Stories writ*
ten to order. Campaign-matter of a
a virulent nature furnished <*i the shor-
test notioe. ' Address Cadwallader
Sei ms, KewYorit ———-
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If you wish to polish up ymir furui*
ture, mix equal parts of vinegar, spirits
of turpentine and sweet oil id a bottle,
and apply with a flannel cloth, rubbing
afterward -hrith a chamois Or piece ot;
silk. It is better than a coaf^f varnish.
Mr. Jefferson Davis, ex president of
the Confederate States, is one of the ex*
e Merchants’ Exchange in St. Louis^
e has on show specimens of the Soup
Of the orange find some sea-coast* corff.
They ate attracting universal attention
too, as much for their cxcaHence as for
the source wlieteic ibor came.
/Col, Bob Ingersolt, who wants to tost
the postal Ja^ against the transmittal
of ofapeene literature through tWiuaila
against ifie btblc, is makiwg elbmp
speeches for (juifield add Arttmr. Art
pe to uuderttand by this that the cetete
6f infidelity, Which he supports so ar»v
dently, and the tfepublioan Cause, are
on a par with him?
The 1'erfldlons Libertine. ±jj,. "
A. commotion was creatod^u Jersey
CTty the^ther day by a man’s attempt
to put his Wife into an insano asylum fi.lioos, glare^eyed', bily-tongued liber-
because she did not approve of the re*
Of all detestable beings in the sight
of God and Heaven, the sneaking, peri
’ll gooonea l has beqn said th roughs
the papers lately about theheaUhful-
ness of lemons. The latest advice as
to how to use them so they will do the
Patrick Henry’s Descendants.
A correspondent of the New .York
Timeewriting fro.ra Washington States
“that a few year" ago the grandson of .
Patrick Henry, the eloquent Virginian, 7
most good runs as follows ; “Moat peo*. and one of fee founders of thlk’f'spulh
inga to inqaifll into her husband’s san-
ity. About a year ago the Rev. J. E.
Ipwioc, of the Galvatioq Army, started
an “orphatis’ homeAnij^training achool”
in Jersey City and eugagod Salvatore
Tarantino; an Italiau, as aeoreiaiy and
interpreter. The training school for
Christian workers wpa founded entirely
on faith, aq^i appealed only ta-Heaven
for 6Up(k>rt. There was uo money in
it, and several families had to be Bup*
ported somehow by other people’* labor
tine is the worst. The thing who goes
about In obedience to his depravedf<
vioious animal instincts, ttokYng upbtf* pie kuoiTthe benefit of lemonade before lie, died in Washington, leaviu/i*''wid
eyery wbnAn^Ha his particular preyj ‘ •
Like the vile serpent, ensnaring the
feebl^jflutterifi£ bird, while the veins
breakfast, but few know how it iamora. ow and two daughters poor and almost *^Tj
ill U n r4nil Klorl Kw lair ,n<* ' a U am ^ I fptAnJlAM IBL a * ■ A a _— ♦•■wi
jusder its siiftrv hide fairly swetl with
than doubled by taking another at
night also. The way to get the^better
of a billidttJT system without blue pills
friendless. The yosngest daughter .is
now an incurable inmate of an asylum V"
for A the insaffe. The other daughter
tal passiop, ’There are ^uch ^ ev» or quinine, Is tp kake the juice of one, mfirriad, wf*
ery town^nd community, just asjvery two or three lemons, as the appetite left »%idow with on* child. ,rMrs.
land has Us poisonous and destructive | er^lve^ in as much ioe-water as maktej fiemry had been much tossed about
veroimf reptilek and'brutes. They soil
eVery fair character that they come in.
co u to Cl with, and like the green wfbrm
that feisteos its blighting claws into the
tender petals of the aweeteat < flower,
it pleasant to drink, without sugar, be-
fore going to bed. In the Iflofntrif on
rising, or at IsasUiglf an hour before
breakfast, take the juice of one lemon
in a goblet of water. This will clear
tHj^rwUjgiooa work wearing on. .leaving it to perish aud drop from the the * iyitem of humjora and bile, with
Tarantino Bad a wife and two children
to feed and clothe and Mrs. Tarantino
objected to his.methods of meeting
itahte ikmily pbjigatious. She wanted
h.m to go to work, get florae money for
it and buy victuals and clothes, as she
and her childreu were starving by the
faith process. But Irwine did uot want
to lose Tarantino’s services in the array,
and the woman and children were
troublesome to the praying baud. An
effort w as made to pack them all off to
an asylum,and an ambulance Was sent
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unless she was willing to go. SheTwas
Carfidd lo.it an IT” in the wnr. He
was called Jim when he went into the
seriigp, but he came out, which jnitmeot and ^ ^h® c®Uaty
was quite early in the 'fray, the boys
alluded ^to him os Jeenw. Thid Was
bis only wound. * 3
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settled itv The judge rrffilsed the com-
stem, they coolinne thfi search for frtsh
food to gorge their insatible aud vicious
appetites, with never a regret for the
mild efficacy, without any of the weak-
ening effects of calomel or congress
water. ‘ People should not irritate the
____ Ll7fhore ia -Loraacb-^ibjri-fsitinfl lemons clear; the
such thing as remorse in these vampires powerful acid of fee jniii,.whlgh is al-
on sacred womauly virtue. All wo- most corrosive, infallibly produce in
men present the yams picture through flarn*ti'on after a while, bat pro per b
the greedy, ( lustful, glnriog eyes of diluted, so that it does not burner *drai
these human shaped hyena*. The world :th6 throat, it does its full medicinal
knows them by the Mime left iu iheir W0l,k nilbout hftrm> and w*en the
tracks, and every oily is full of skate* stomach fc
been sentenced for life. A late num-
ther maw for tho murdef of whom Noft-
too fair for feem to pluck with ^ their
heard of the cause, and said she should per nimbus, paesfonate, teatefag; breath,
uot go. She vras ^aken to a friend’s
house. The next day Irwine and Tar-
antino wiutto a justice of the peace
*nH demanded a warrant for the arrest
of Mrs. Tarantififi. While they were
in ' the justice’s office making their
statements, Mra. t^arantiuo appeared
’fiith counsel and, stopped the proceed-
ings. Tarantino was asked if his wife
him not been a good miff to him, aod
he replied that tdie bad up (e the time
of his joining tho ttalvatfon Army.
The jhdge asked him it hat evidences of
insanity <dlte4md sillCO given, and he or me yjj, uvn-, mo icuipra ui viriue
replied: T can't tell, but God tells we' they have totu tBlhlemly down,^ white
pollute both air aucl foul. In their
leprous minds there ii hoi ope sympa-
thetic thought for the creatures they
rob of that priceless jewel which, when
once lost, Ipakes Hie a pandemoniumy
of ills, and blasted, blackened hopes."
The demon passion evdn so' stagnates
sou blunts, their natures that they for.
get the holy ties of home, and the saert-d
oii inory of * mother, in their searo)i
for Treeh P^JThe richer the, prize,
the greater thq boast; sad the more
cufiniag and deeper the plot; the great-
among the departments, and finally
became unserviceable and feed sick,
laet week she died in the capitol of
the nation, of which her grandfather'
was a chief <y>m«rotnnA? fo|-. want of
common necessaries of life. The great
grand daughter and her child are both
ill add puttering from want, and what
It to st
charity by people almost as poor as
themselves. And this is i» Washing-
ton, the city of magnificent distances,
fat jobs nnd costly pavemeot*. ‘T- ,
With most of qar readers the partic.
ulars of the hanging of Ldcien Noft-
singer, at Gainesville, is Still .fresh in
their memories, as welltasiba, depth 0f *
A Cincinnati physician whoso, sp.eci- her of the Benton Monitor gives us tt
nBty was tfie treatment idiots was d&IloWiffg sequal to fee murderer Clin
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be spake of the physician as a ceiebra
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tbetic thought fqr lh« creature? thejrf “° she wis atthe-pe»Bk Pf deafe, *1^® B
Prof. Jell talks rii
.r^eounds on sun
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to |uit licrTh~aIuUftUcasytUm.'’ f~That Irampling-its ruins under theirwlpCt.
settled it. The judge rdfUsed the com- There is ample oteasiou for just MfCTr a J*1” ‘
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ingeounds on snnbeamfi of rays of ar-
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Along the Reading railroad there
are thirty niue iron furnaces and five
brass hands ip b^set. V i
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‘ADD only respect in which Dr. Mar/
Walker resembles i dear is that she
Ician askinjrhhW -jo fflV ^geto Ta aitV ,Y!
tin</s sanity.^ fio the tables yreye ttirtii, } 4
e<i, and ftts likqljr that the Kev.^r*
wieo wiH lose 'his valuable licutoduyr..
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Jittle ^turdav Might ih this ! - They talk nf certain stores Wing oh
those whom fee mantle fit a,—fHllu
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HQgpr was banged, rectetly g*& birth
to a pair pf twins, aud, belie^jpg that
eonfossien Of what she kneanabaut the “
murder of herjhusband. Bbaaoknowb
edgedlfeat she knew It vrouhf ooour,
and that sljie arranged the’pallet upon
the porch upon which her husband was
killed; that fea fatal shot wa^. need hy
Gardner, hot that ha was seootyileu by
Noftsingvr; that she was not fnlhe pal*.
let beside hoshnml, a» hfcd been
believed, but ljd arisen’ wliife fee was
asleep, feat the aafessfo^ mijb\ early ,
not th?i,r horrible prograinma. Th a wo- *
man m recovsriHg fro1qha2.9lakftoM.aoi
tomw!Vf wotb!; when _we- aR j wiW probkWy.>gat vrdk. this>d .Dot'
koewdVsl cvrry^firt bal H^oduter- bccu arfojad whVll o<At"Mfirm*nt left,-
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Graves, J. W. & Graves, W. L. Graham Leader. (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1880, newspaper, October 1, 1880; Graham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth880404/m1/4/: accessed April 3, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Library of Graham.