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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Journal — 22 May 1880
•IN •vv •• I m ► c M ONTGOMERY JOURN A L SUPPL EMENT, MONTGOMERY, TEXAS, MAY 22, 18S0. COLLECTOR'S SALE OF LANDS FOR T A xjE S . State of Texas, Montgomery Oounty. Ity virtue of authority in me vcetod by nil net of the 16th Legislature, approved Murcli 24tb, 1879, and also I y virtue of the Tax Holla of said Montgomery county for the year 1870, I. It. G. Abiix, as Tax Collector said comity, have levied upon tho follow- ing hereinafter described lands and town lot*, situated In said Montgomery County, Texas, us anwd to the following named person# for tho year 1879, and will proceed dur- ing the legal hours, at the Cotirtliouso door, in the town and connty of Montgomery, on TUESDAY, .11 X10 1st, 1H80, and on each succeeding day until sale is completed, sell at public outrcrv, to the highest bidder, for cash, the lands and town lots hereinafter described and levied upon, much thereof as will satisfy taxes duo and Unpaid by each respeetive'person herein named, together with all costs ae...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Journal — 7 January 1881
T. P. MADiJOX, Publisher. y 811 |U ii fll W .3f*> J.l illlf DEVOTED TO THE ENTERESTS OFl MONTCOME"J3Y • COUNTY AK3THE PROPRIETOR MONTGOMERY, TEXA8, FRIDAY. 4\S. 7. 1881. 'frlB'ti VOL. II.—NO. 47. —Tin1 Texas iiinl Pacific railroad in row completed ncaily to tho Taylor and Culluhan county line. —The riiilroiul from Denison south- east will be in running order to Lincoln by thejst day of May. —The '1 >r<nvnsvil le < '<> onopoI/1" / re- ports tho purchase by (.'-upt. Jt. King ot six leagues of land in the San Jnun Oar- rieitas tract, in Cameron county. jcolt, a . it v.ill 'want. t«> suck every, few I yer; in Jacksonville, Florida, and my b mrs, but a niu'e willabst linfrcin sue! - brother William, also u lawyer, resides j ; in^ .ivi* or six hours without v\,iking : at Atlanta, Georgia. HisnJlico is direct- i trouble. A mub' of any age ialess dain- ,ly opposite Hen. Hill's. My father itnd ! 1 about its feed than u hoVse. It will stepfather are buried in the Rpiscojp...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Journal — 7 January 1881
: • - Chakmb Stoke, a oolorcd lad, of Dallas, played With an old rusty pis- tol which he supposed was not loaded. The usual result. He will probably be Angering for the latch of the gol- den gate, in a day or two. The Chicago Weekly Netct wllllbe sent, postpaid, for one year to every subscriber of the Journal who pays his subscription account in full up to date and renews for uuother year— for both Journal and News $2.25. & number of papers have severely criticised the verdict of the jury iu the ltothschlld case. The Houston Ag. takes occasion to say that botli James Currle and Abraham Roth- schild are under great obligatious to medical science. It is true the doc tors discovered evidences of emotion- al insanity in the conduct of Currle and judged from the extent of decom- position of the body of " Diamond Bessie " that she must have been mur- dorcd after Abe, her lover, left the country. Thcso light bits of negative y, however, wonld havorut- ], In each case, to be a Jpar- to'...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Journal — 7 January 1881
PnufjinmpttjSutiraal T. P. MADDOX. Publisher MONTGOMERY, -TEXAS. MONTGOMERY DIRECTORY. THE MAILS. The mail leaves Montgomery dftilv. at 7:30 A. m. find arrives at Navasota at 11 p. m.; and leaves Navasota at 1:80 p. m. and arrives nt Montgomery at 5 p. m. Sundays excepted. Wm. Sror Williams, P. M., Montgomery. RELIGIOUS. Methodist church—Rev. j. m. Pugh, Pastor. Services on the 2d and 4th Sofcbaths at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundav School every Sabbath at 9:80 a. m, J, W. Gary, Superintendent. 1 Baptist church—Rev. d. s. snod- grass, Pastor. Services on the 8rd Sun- day of each month at 14 a. m. and 8 p. m Union Sunday School every Sabbath at 9:30 a. m. J. L. Dupree, Superintendent. MASONIC. Montgomery lodge No. 25, f. and a. m., meetson Saturday evening at 8 o'clock on or before the full moon of each month. J. J. - Nave, W. m.; J. e.. Mat- ■- 1 llrigly. Secretary. To Our Patrons. 7 iW county officers. Hon. J. M. Lewis, County Judge W. F. Wood, District Clerk B. D. Griffin, County Cler...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Journal — 7 January 1881
TIIK OIlCH lRIJ. What may tbo rugged orchard know, llchind its border hedge*, \V hen wing and sunshine oomo and go Along it* brierod edges? "The birds of April, resting here With ringing roundelay, And nndden-seeming year by year, The splendqr of the May. ' What may tho whinnering orchard ktvow Among its bitdd«a olttVjr, 'The humming been beside tho wall; "■ that oc light of« • *• The windfalls In the .grass!" W hat may tho frosty orchard know, In keon Oetobor weather. When autumn winds are fain to blow. And sweep the leavcR together? "Oh, apples hoaped along the pdge, In yellow, rnssot, red, And golden rod against tho edge, And sunlight overhead!" -v —Dora Ilcad' Goo'lale. Tiv-tmrcaTc'Tcctv OF GOLI), fourteenth centu , ft Vidow lady of the ... ■ ., v, called Madonuo Lu- A YouNd goutle.tmrtf;,;vi)lution of tho Htate> eloped witji oue of >itteruosH of poverty vort last "yueeday. ■Bgod lior broad; knoel- Thb projnc(/i Eastern \im been ubnuu 1 01 j\\ ASUBL FUOM PAUADCSE. •I« Demo...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Journal — 10 June 1881
,w* *>'18 *1 g|Tmtfi}fliMtj Simnial T. P. MADOOX, Proprietor. montg omeiiy, t'kxa;*;. JTriilny, Juno IO, 1*38*1. -■ r — 'f" ~ Local Intelligent. —\V lio took that cnko ? * —Cotton is b(l)ooming. —Five birds in the enjce. —Itoastiug cai'b are plentiful. / —Train going west, leaves lit 7:30, a. —Tlie brick store is assuming large proportions. • —Oil, those raelon-cholie days will soon be hero. f—We return thanifj to friends for ni';o vcgetabltfV ' , y** —Sfush off your, draught-board , long tfrys are at hand. —The jug-breaking entertainment was a brilliant success. —Many visitors attended the1 Sui day school entertainment. —Mr. W. K. Dikuman brought to town Wednesday a line lot of ripe peaches. —The " devil" wants to know why in the "llmtes " they accuse him of getting that cnko. _ —There is nothing lower than hy- pocrisy. To profosd friendship and act enmity is a very sure proof of to- tal depravity. —The thing that fmikos young pco- plo strong is moral courage—undaunt- ed courage...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montgomery Journal — 10 June 1881
1/ :> 'H * • y. i)* . 2W2? EN GUSH LANGUAGE. A pretty deer is dear to me. A hare with dowiiv hair; I love a hart with all my heart, But hardy bear a bear 'Tin plain'thal no one takes a plane To shave a pair,of pears; A rake, though, often taken a rake To tear away the tares. All rays raise thyme, time razes all; And through the whole, hole a wears. A writ in writing "right." may write It "wright," and atill be wrong— For "write" aud "rite" are neither "right," And don't to write belong. Beer otten brlnga a bier to man, Coughing a oolfiu brings, And too much ale will make us.ail, A 8 well aa other thinga. The person liea who aaya he liea When he ia but reclining. And when consumptive folka decline, They all decline declining. A quail don't quail before a atorm— a bough will bow before it; We can not rein the rain at all- No earthly power reign o'er it. The dyer dyes awhile, then diea; To dye he's always trying, Until upon his dying-bed He thinks no more of dyeing. A tun of Mara ma...