The Graham Leader (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 8, 1886 Page: 1 of 8
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GRAHA1T, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1886.
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THE LEAD EH,
published Weekl y b y
J. W. aKAVES.
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ADYiUtTI IaNG KATES.
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Mach subsequent insertion, *50
The 8. Louis Republican lias a due’
appreciation of the great importance
of tbe ni*xtYoInexKaul>tff>Ie pineTutn-
ber resources of the South. Iu' last
Buuduy’s issue tbe Republican says:
TUtt 8QUtb«ftt CtESt* refer with no
sraair degree of satlnfumionv to tbe
steady growth of Southern ploolaXav.-
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,.....j f>il. 5.00
j Chi 7.50
. . 1 Col. 12.50
Insortloti. A Tlberal deduction, made
to regtfiar »r(trertaft?.
t&r Announcement*: \For Str^te or
fUntrU?/ office*, 10; Count?/, to; Pre-
cinct, $3—invariably in /(finance. ^
Frank James, ibe Missouri bondftt tr-***’’ tOUCbed.aud the supply is
isTu Forl W«irtlr and 1* helug. Hon I xed
by the social circle of which Jim
1 . ANmctrlght U king, p . a
‘Tbe first nmihal special edition of
The Dallas Morning News, and the
sixth annual special etlllion of the
Ghlventon Daily News, will be issued
Kept. 1,1880. -- t
Hob. 8.' W.i T. Lanham has tire
thanksx>f tbe Lkadkr for tbe third
■ Annual tteport of the Bureau of Eth-
~.t nology totlie Hecretnry of IbeHmitb-
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description of the art of weaving, as
it exists among the Navojo In-
„ dians of New Mexico and Arizona,
ami a description of thalr work when
None of President Cleveland’s acts
have met with a more corJiAL4)ypu-
lar appruhutlou than his late vetoes of
private pension They are slm-
■. ply and purely attempted robbeidoa of
—the puhiidtroanry‘, and the president,
is but discharging Ills honest duty hi
promptly putting a stop to this fraud-
or at the North. Eor several years
past it has been sent in schooners from
Georgia to N^w York, where ft is
lurgely used In building, and it has be-
gun to find its way even into the
north western a tales, biUwjftn the
great lumber region of the country
The pine of the northwest is white,
which, though for gcncrul building
purpuies, is inferior to I lie hard, l feai-
nouasouiheru piue for finishing work,
florirlng, fencing, and 'decorutiug,
and is inferior to it alsp in
lasting qualities. In many parts of
th»8outh the piue forests -have hard-
Dip. &. N PRICE^
• GRAHAM, TEX
All calls attended toin townon
5rug ®itor5. ^
Goods all 2Tew and Fresh.. L
CaR^aod givo him a trial and you are eer-
tain terhe^ pleased
Dr. W. W. ,h
Office at Martynjk James’ Drugf
At the Old Court House, Graham,Texas.
J. PORTER & SON,
enormous; largounougii to -conetituto
ManiifiintnrprH an<l Ttenlftra in
an important item in the resources of
that aectjou. Mills,ure btdng estub*
lished in I lie -soUtTieFfiT pfherk'S, and,
they will i»e made to yield a large in-
come for many years io c .uie.'
_1 __________R*d River floods^
Njtw Orleans, La.^ JuiieOT.^Tb
most distressing atorierOomfrjfrafti the
Red river district of the damage in-
dicted there by the heavy rainstorms
tiiut liuvo prevailed during this
month. In Catahoula parish the raiu
Saddleiy, Harness^ Bridles,
M Leggins, Whi^srQuirts, Spurs, Etc.- ■ :
Saddles ui Harness Mads ts Order cn Short Istise.
A. S. CAFTT,
BoU»«Be Land -bnalness in nll its fof|
All kinds qf repairing neatly done. Prices reasonable
Giyqjps a trial. Shop NoHh Side Pnblie Square, *-
ionBnUWInne T.,1. r.pmt SUbAJEIA3SI?
8u4ou Chase, the Oreeuback apostle
of Maiue, has expressed the opinion
that Blaine w-iil Wrenominated by
the RepuhlhJuii party Iu 1888. From jpted mainly by small white farmers.
u/ Blnli it i w lik Kn nminl iirlml iltni \f A ■-•*? / - i a^. -
The decision of the supreme court of
New York affirming the constitution-
nitty of the Jaw abolishing Imprison-
ment for debt, is a grand stride in the
Interest of humanity. Tbls decision
renders useles the famous Ludlbw
street Jail; or debtors’ prison, and re-
moves from tbe statute books of the
empire slate of the uniou a blot that
haa long dlsgraoed them.
Johu Rusk in, being asked the other
■day for aid In payment of a ehi rch
debt, replied by letter thus: “
t« me, of all people in tbe world vtha
precisely least likely to
farthing. My flret word to all men
creeks, destroying the crops a ud wash-
ing away eveu the soil, which in tiiut
section is very thin. On at damage
was also done in tbe southern portion
of Rapides on Spring creek and Cab-
casia river, ami in the neighboring
parish of Grout. It is estimated that
080 peofde are iii-oecd oLreiief
idea parish, 1200 in Grant and 700 in
.Catahoula* The “ mailer d>ao bean
culled to the uttentiou uf congress and
of the TegTstature. -Onv. MeEuery
issued u proclamation to-day calliug
attention to tiis distress and asking
tlio subscription of provisions for the
suffers. The legislature, will vote on
J. B. NGipua
BEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
HEATING AND COOKING STOVES
ISTWES, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
Aud all Kinds of
Agricultural Implements and llachiiitry,
Altoraey^fti-Uw | Lisd
-----Prompt attention given *oc
appropriation for the relief of the
Hooded districts. Thesectiou is oceu-
which it is to be concluded that
Chase believes the Democrats' w
triumph in the fail of that year.
“My friends.” said a mountain
preacher of Maryland, “all the world
shouted for joy when the good news of
Christ’s birth flashed over the wires.”
About $225,000 raised by the Irish
Nntionnl League has been cabled tn
the parliamentary fund—that is to But if Black- feit nb'Worsp over the
assist the home rulers in their cam- speech of Ingalls than th.e South does
Kansas hva flourishing and altogeth-
er admirable State. But it does not
appear this way if it is to be judged by
its representatives in theSouate. In-
galls a few weeks ago mortified the
oountry by a most vulgar attack on
Gen. Black, atid now Plumb, of the
aan e Htatc, in order to show that he
ia no way behind bia colleague, oall
the-sout hern people KTlPt <$f cowards.
over the speech of Plumb, be did not
lay awake a single moment. The
Senate seems to ouly hear the name
of being dignified, and Li not so iu fact.
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VKRNOif, June "8$:—This county
was blessed yesterday with the best
raiti in six tpmtha. Itcommeuced
raining atflo’oicck and rained-very
hard until about 10. It is believed
that the rain came in ample time to
insure a very good corn crop.
There should be a change and a
thorough overhauling of affairs in the
office of the laiut commissioner of Tex-
Wagon Timber, Bows and Sheets, Road Scrapers, Wheel-
barrow a, Metalic Wash Tubs and Buckets.
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O. It. GORMAN,
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MANUFACTURER OK AND DEALER IN
Springand Farm Wagons, Baggios,
WEATHERFORD, : : TEXAS.
My Buggies, etc:, arc as good as any sold in Texas, and
,m selling th
itor in the State. We Guarantee every job against break-
age from Poor Workmanship or Defeetivo Material, am
Gurantee every Axle, to be an Anchor-brand Steel Axle.
Mr. Wglsh has been in long enough
fbr one lime.-^rttria New it.
Thatoplulon appears to be rapidly
*!?® who oare to hilar me is: gatuihg ground, and it would taot be
-—uXD'ufall manner of debtors, pious people
-rbaildlo^ oh arches they cannot pay
‘Aar are tbe moat dStea^bl* nonaenae
tome. Can’t you preach and.pray
• behind Ibe hedges, or In ia sandpit,,or
,n » coal hole Brat?”
A girl in Milford, Pa., was a
'^'DrnPt get into debt. Starve, and
o to heaven, bnt doh’t borrow. Try
flret begging. ! don*t Wind if its
really needful, a
buy things vou can’t pay for.” And
go to heaven, but doh’t borrow. JTry strength of tbe opposition to hit re-
nomicatloo, should decline to let hie
State convent ion.
The mugwump haa not yet become
lady members of the ohuroh wrote to
H her that they preferred *ho would not I
«««e to the eerviot uhleea she was hWaeatUaod with the preeldent. He]
bettor dressed. She afterward stole tote that the* present excouttve was
*ome erf Idea of peraonfU adorn nttvt made by him, and eOtialattotty deter-
t and aehtenoed to $»«
»~hmis la'Th' order;:
Horses, Cattle aftct ofeB uggies taken -itr 7 ha
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ing and Painting promptly done.
airange If Mr; Waleh, recognizing the ^
ELLIOTT & ROE,
The adoption of a suudand flour bag 1 Keep Constantly on haml a large Stock of Dry
—duaim Call, ^ ^ ^
J. F. AirNotu. R. F. Am
GRAHAM, : : I^RXJ
Wtli pructice 16 the State and
era! CourtiT /" ;•
Pe^rOfllce next door to Federal C
Building, West Side Square.
a W. JOHNSON,
A11 o r n e v-ftt-LI^
Office, Up-Stair in Beckham’s
Will p rifct ice In the Courts of'
and adjoining counties.
FINLAY & HOLM.
^SiWi 'if mil
Grabam, Young €6., Te
Heil Eitili »1 Cdlilu^i
rpky special attention to]
for non-residents. *r“
All work neatly and prom]
done at the lowest living pi
Give me a trial.. l , .
and thin All orders on short oc
v All kinds of repairing neatly
Prices reasonable, dive me a ti
Shop near the Xortn West oorn^
by llic Chicago FhmrDealers’ ainocina
lion is another hint that the flour bar*
rel must go. Bags paok closer, a
wood;fbr barrels li growing acaroer and
use of bags for flour ia uni
mTI It will be In this country Ina
i luw 4, . A ^ - -liL..—A -rr.-r
main with him through
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, MIXED
PAirrsT, <tec.. Sso.
Price List ami Rxl inmlcs Furnished on Applicai
All work in the boot and she
class and at tha lowest prloi
eMdbted neatly and prompi
trial, tolu will And
o Good Farms
;. water. 'Z1. •
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