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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 26 June 1885

§¡PP¥^ :<w - *■; %••• <:>* . • J. H. WALFORD, Publisher. RICHMOND. FORT BEND CX)IJNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 26,1885. DOMESTIC Him SARDINE toast. Drain all the oil from the fish, (rot 1MB ol bones and bruise to a paite. Duet a little pepper through and a lit* Ue lemon juloe, spreading oyer ilioei of or lap toaated bread. INDIAN llKBAD. Two cups of Indian meal, one-half supful each of rye and wheat flour, two-thirds of a cupful of molasses, on# pint of sour or buttermilk, one tea< spoonful of salnratus or cooking soda tne teaspoonfui of salt. SPICED BKKK. fire pounds oí tlio shank boiled fire hours with celury .seed; drain off the /elatiuo, and then obop the meat very Ine, and poppor and salt to taste, and put it into it cloth on a platter. Covef with a cloth and pros.s it. _ COFKEB CAKB. One cupful of cold strong coffee, one ^upful eauli of molasses and sugar, one-half cupful of butter, four eupfuls of flour, onr cupful of raisins and one teaspoonlul of soda. Season «loves...

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 26 June 1885

.' \¡ *. v « m - ■ já rag. 1"' • • i •• m mp ** f iW b«*n j on of l«t , in iW pwi of tKe te, m to the propriety ©f eon- CMonal tMntiow mlnlling i úiatributioa of tufenJ i opio touching tho ubjceUet «ñh little bop* that a country poper w-H ha*« much Infla • on the national legislator who idn himself amid the glamour congrwrional «xntonce. In- trad of words of gtnemteondemna * t ha unwarranted interference bHm member of oonyreu in UK. to the Prenden , the par- ir individual worthy of his f«v vhall take a broader view of l>jMt,Mid jtndea *or in our hum •j to show that *uoh conduct is naught but a usurpation of powor —•* in direct violation of expressed itituticnal authority. tho constitution of the Unknown List ICE-CREAM, THE PURE ARTICLE I States,Conprasa ha thopow do certain things. This powe^ is prescribed by express provisions •I that instrument, and any passage beyond it, is dangerous to tlie bts and liberties of ths people, id should be summarily denlt with is democratic party...

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 26 June 1885

s • • • baii.wayt.tinf. Times of arrival and departure oi Ma* on tl.e G.C. (i S.F. and Sun- ■et ru'lr iacls— G.C. & S.F. Nortli bound, arrives • 11,0 a.m. South bound, „ • ! 04 p.nr SUNSET. W«st bound, arrives East bound „ The City Wheat's stables Í5 time of arrivul. 10,5" s.m * 11,57p.m. - 4,03 a.m. • 3,55 p.m. Transfer leaves minutes before LOCAL ITEMS Grossman's excellent lee Cream delivered to any part of tho town in half gallon or larger quantities. Mns. Todd has boon very sick during the week. Miss Louis Hakrr, of our city died on Wednesday evening of ty- pho nic'ar .i and was intoned in tli% Richmond ceinetry Thursday •rolling, Masosic Inst u.i.atio* was post poned.on account of absence of nome of the members and the late fire; till the «eooud Sunday in next month. Dr. Cook is back agiiin and hav- ing procured new tools is ready for business. Rev O. T. Ilotchkifc went to Cedar Hnyou Tuesday to attend District Conference—thero will be no preaching at the Methodist Church n...

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 26 June 1885

- ■M-Íí* m who have oed it, to be the bo* known reaedy for Debility, Dp- Is&gcctkm, Lea of Ap- UVQ Pill ImteMlity, S Fever asfl may other mnfrini a3 Beef Foods wd T THRESHERS"^ 2n sC^¿ s5S'a¿se- ítk1! Iwqittlnnw EftVATION. mxiPMt n tf Betkeettr fee MmmM ' • IScBtttl fitenmr ■Coat! PlS#* The Afghan tnunarohv wu founded by A limed ghsfc, the Aral astlve to earry lila conquering banner* from Herat to the froatieia of indie, and from the Oaus to the Arabian asa. He died in 177S, and the death of hia son and suooeasor, Timur Shah, left the kingdom n prey to intrigues and wars" that aooa reduced it again to wreck, awl gave only the principality of He- ret the defendants of Ahmed. Bat not _ In conceived the line of aaarpera at Cabal waa devoid of ambition and enterprue. 1793 Zerman Khan, ameer. the bold plan of consolidating the Mo- hammedan power in Afghanistan India; and his movements to that end. although not taking the form of amies in the field, became ao formidable that Suland to...

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 18 September 1885

_ . I I \ w-' I ' I . 1 life V ; 3. H. WALFORB, Publisher RICHMOND, FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 18.1885 Orange Growing In Floulrto. Corroapoijilonco of the New York Sus . "How long docs it take an orange grove to come into bearing?" Tbn question was asked by a northern man in an earnest, deliberate way, that was intended to evoke a candid I'eply frorfl the orange grower to whom it was put. "How long is a piece of string?" re- turned the orange grower. If he had bgen disposed to 'attempt an answer he might have said truth- fully that an oronge grove will "come into bearing" in from six months to 15 or 20 years from the time of start- ing it, and that whether "the interval • is half a year or a fifth of a century depends almost wholly upon the tvish of the owner. There is a colored man in this town who has in his grove a number of trees whose topmost leaf is less than 18 inches above the ground, and whope ti- ny branches are now weighed down by young fruit. Their trunks are abo...

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 18 September 1885

,v.,. "-rf'l • W \'| . land fftjjl time*ia thelites of • rainy day. onebuthaaaame croea, to bear; *■ wide world, can. bo dark aad ia b«t a school, rS ' «Bk. ?rPft '■r. : St*''-' issir* ¡«SKIS! . It aairajr, ugea thro' mau ^ 4 I Ha way. tUha lb* a./camlet, " 1^2n5?A_ mtleattilneea. force. . . . bend. a t nook, death'* portal, i wo know the end! — Court bibition waa i eonteat. ■ it. CtTLTJYATIOir. Bertrand I • 70 tract from tho ml—to if Mor- ton Lodge No. 72, A., F. ud A. M- held in tho Lodge room, iu the town of Richmond, on Saturday, Sep- tember 19, 1888, A. L. 5885: Where * the Supremo Grand Matter of the Univene baa aeen fit in hia wiadom to call from earthly labor our worthy brother and re- vered friend, Paat Mwter,Robert J. Calder; Aad wbereaa we wish to teatifv to the order and to the people whom he aérvad o long and an faithfully, oar regard for him living and re- gret for biro dead: therefore be it Resolved by Morton Lodge No. 78, A., F. and A. M, that while we bow iu humble ...

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 18 September 1885

•¿y / * fe' / 1 , , . 1 / "i ' Ti Timo o ( arrival and departure oí trait's on tiieG.C. & S.F.and Sun- tet ra lrnads— G.C. & S.F. North bound arrives • 11,17 a.m. Soulli bound, „ • 81'Op.m . SUNSET. Went bound, arrives - 11,19 a.tn Kmst bonnd „ - 4,03 a.m. J^T Tlio City Transfer lciives Cheat's st it bles 15 minutes before time of arrival. LOCAL ITEMS. ¡J ~ Tiik Ilev. Edwin Wickens will preach in the Episcopal Sunday next the 20th Holy Communion after eiich survica. Tiik Rev. G. W. Pickett will preach here on Sundtiy next, morn- ing and .'evening at the Methodiet Church. Tiik Commissioner's Court has been in session during the week. A new guii-guiith has opened iu our city. Own of our neighbor* near Fos- ter records 2700 lbs of seed cotton from an acre and a half of prairie land. •luixsii SoinervilK; recicved some brand new scales lor neighing cot- ton this season. He propose* to give the weight and that exact. T would l>e glad if the ladies' would call and see one of the...

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 18 September 1885

mm- . '4 sí t 3SS¡ wj i *1- . rs it spew. . u/OWBI ) iron tonic the blood, the svstem. gires health, and enjoyment of life. tht but win Onm m a JOUs Ctrm m Better mm house too little «ne day, too Mg all the year «Iter. * WOW, It y on or any of yoar family are suf- — chills, Remittent or Intermittent- " — ~ - mm, Irrtto- nest, or m M know the results will be success. maketli a full man, conference a aad writing an exact maa. Bed Star GYSUfASTIC8 FOB QUIA of roadie* ta Mllouad from Oasaell's Meseslns. Bid* by tide with the immeitsa strides the latslbotual education ot «ornea hat taken in the laet quarter of a oentnry haa been a gradual, but somewhat tardy, recognition of the value of ayetematiaed physical educa* cation for growing girla. Prejudice; however, in apite of the widespread extention ot knowledge in regard to the laws of health, still bars Ins way to physical exercise being placed on anything like a sure footing. To some, gymnastics for girl* means wrenching the arqis out of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 28 January 1887

m mv- É **8P - ¿¿ ■ m$m (m, #Áfe H. WALTOUÜ Arrest intj night id Tlioma* ;y Sheriff W y. arrested, in * building at the d Tenth streets, s been kuown hero b> Mrs. Wylie, as one ot the 10 havo been engaged in the ture of couiit< roit coin, the officers went iuto her room o appealed to drop on to their mis- sion ai d began cursiug them, using the foulest Jangua,¿e iit a^inalilo. fch; was taken f o the county jail and locked up. Later In the evo. i.ig tbe officers went to the room and arrest d amaunatard J. J. Callahun, who is charged with <g tho partner ot the woman in the counterfeiting business. Ho was lodged in the iail. The discovery ot tho pa' ties in this busiuess is due to the arrest of four boys at Alvarado esterdav, who were circu ating tho >lu and who ¡¿are the oflic. rs tho me* ot the parties from wnoin they rocured the bogus money. Newa tiuiu Cleburne. Cleburnk, Jan. 22.—A wagon load bogs was sold on tho streets yes- ^rday by a partv from Granbury at 1.60 per b...

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 28 January 1887

m - M Sr 4¿. ¡ W * .1 " ^.^iw%fSSc. w**JS * • 80 wj BOWK, fall line of rhich we wil| , our usual ill lioll e Drill, for j next invitee be fW&t the Com- i the ereuing fatfanco. is roa nil to raise trustee* to ehools ot of | «fee possible that a Iib_ atal i well by waiting The doctor will have with oomplete outfit—Dental Engines, Gas-Apoar* '", ¡ve and mOcbaqical instru- nenta. Watoh' for the dates In this Mfit '0^tgg* .0-jn Den of his time Gom. i on. and will for ooni- ñead his , oan ad- i'exss. -•Tho County mgemeiits with * "avis' Hall new Court ty to pay unfurnished room i —Addrefs W. inquest was held JUji Rosenberg, ordered,the . .;rtgiy ■ "lied ofiffcirvation Mwuc (oieoi, luific Tub trustees of the white sohool at Richmond called a meeting of the people to meet at Davis' Sail, on Saturday last, and a few live and -JjKOgreasire citixenst responded to the call,after an explanation of the object of the oall by Mr. MoCsm- ly it was thought advisable to ad journ the meeting until ...

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 28 January 1887

■' Ws^siuaBBm 'Hrc? I J \¿ A.vri t v—Ttaród Hmi OF THE COUNTY OF;FORT 1 From Nov, 10th, 1884 ioV' 'J <0 W — A ilfS PS. sch Term, 1885. ;ht forward from last week 93,884 oo tlia Brown, 'special juror.... 4 China Hopkins petit do Perry Pool special do T. H. Taylor, petit do William Moore do Horace Jackson do . Allen Armstrong; do ., Frank Johnson do ., Lige Croom, special juror., Tom Sherman riding bailiff.. Ike Johnspn petit juror H P Randall do Tom Southland, jr. pet it juror Wesley Richardson „ H F Randal special , Pete Randon, petit juror... A. M Holmes, special „ ... Henni Fields petit do ... E. P Young do do ... Ilenry Leach do do ... ♦H /''Randle do do .... Klias Mayshack special „ R E Jones petit „ Ned Gibson, ¿special „ Tom King,"riding bailliff ... Hon Turner petit juror Ike johnson petit juror Lee Eckman, do II Southerhnd, speeialjr ... Lige Croonie petit do Sid McNlahan do Frank Rooinson do lioli Cooper petit juror... lsiáh Daniels special juror... JP Burden 12 ... 4 .....

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Opinion — 28 January 1887

W! S i r W«t3 ■ kü o <*■* wuv^ ' take tbe ewe plan kof the SSTOI'H™ riketat ■wca oc noBvvua am: "1 would a ttend ta II* aeea about tbe doctrine ke amer. bat tbi it raime tbtags wssd to bother me, psrpiezitv sbout tbem, for ri love Christ an d lire a try to 111") itatbeaeaot eta w elected ta be i Christ end lirea , aad all the tbeo- j uoiveree wni : fcs&darcd alces lili Unt Um grate orer- ' for a «tener. i* ibera ni toeray lot a síaner. 11 teak, aad I km been wartn- the IrMt ir* oa toe ebore for 11 mi liMn to Mother mi «boat l he Mi m: "I do not become • a bam 1 do not bdler* there le «a; «A Ahí doo't jroal Do all the „ «r aN beliefs aad ao brief at all, ot 11*4 bad morale, go stralclit to a at Do the holy aad the de- j the eaaaa «lartteallual At nid- ia hallway the owaer of a boute aad araMateeeh other, and tber butbSre, \hrtthahaqrtardtelte ' of the aoaae Urce i wjl t^barghar be at the 'sass-! V -yea-^eiaig the tandil** ef le plartag aa Um baaka of of _ Ule with the chtidieo...

Publication Title: Richmond Opinion
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