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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 13 June 1874

- ■ V J í< Mia r-te#.'• • ■ r> Tx TMl* 6W0 Akiot A Weekly Newspaper, Devoted to the Agricultural, Stock^Raising and Educational Interests of Western Texas, and General News. ? & f! ... ,v i« nv' ■ ot. it - .J a (JOLIAD, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1874. oí f > NO 28- A «ifei --V** si If *3# Hmmin-Sorvlees pn the first aná third in neh awitt, at 11 a. *. and 7 ■RgMp „ Bight. ClMS o'clock *. M. a. aad 7 r. il~! dayaight.OO. J.H.I •U> «* * >0 tbe second month, at tl i. * wp 7ue*~ Pastor. IIxaoxic—GoHad Lodge So. 94, P. snd A. I., meats the first Saturday in wh month, tl^ tfdoekr.iii D- 4a Axgieo, W. M. . A. Bows, Secretary. v Curras.—Goliad Chapter No. 54, meets the third Saturday ta each qtpntb, at 7}¿ o'clock r. ■. 1. N. Cakmls, O. P. J. A. Bean, Secretary. Business Men. of Goliad. ,8 3 *! *ft . 9 .8 Men Who Advertise. DRY BOttbS AMI GROCERIES, fly K'fnl A Wholesale and Retailers inDry Gobdrand Groceries. Advertise a good business. Taylor & Swell:—Wholesale and R...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 13 June 1874

THE GUARD. R. T. DAVIS, Butineit 8ATÜKDAY MAY 13. 1874 Advertisement. HENCEFORTH all Lrgal Advert' ?, meats moit be paid for In advance. SUBSCRIBERS Will find the date on which tlieir ¿Subscrip- tion expires marked on the markin oT their paper. In all cases the CASH mast be paid in order to renew, or a mutual agreement made with the publisher. • Stock men are itifoimed that Ihey can obtain printed farms of l*iw- ers of Attorney for Hjjatit at this office. We have them on hand and can «ap- ply all who wish them. Send in your orders. Mr. tiiomas Uolemant-of Rocfepoit, paid us a l'.leasant visit lliia week. The Court liou e is completed, and now (he ruboish should be cleared away from the building. Corpus UFrÍ9tÍHns are jubilant over the completion of the "Ship Chan- nel," at that place. The steamship which maoe the liialjr'ipjs claimed to be considerably larger and draws one anda ht If feet more waler lhan the one which will tun regularly. She came through tfce channel and went out ag...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 19 August 1876

■ , .. X. ■/ " v'. -V-t •-' V ' ■ • - Y *. rv. ; - : ' , , - ■ v •". -' •" • • •• . .■* - * ■ "■; ■ * ' tk . ?;-{/ .j /z> ¿jíií/fs '•• „ • .-i . mwm ■ ' • ' ■ y\ -i - ■ > m Y . -,J ■• '"--a •'•■ 1®^.' A WEEKLY JTEW8P1PER, DEVOTED f O THE AGRICULTURE, STOCK-RAISING AND ED UéATIONAL INTERESTS OF WESTERN TEXAS, AND GENERAL NEWS. wm TYPOGRAPHICAL. "THE GUARD" TFT GOLIAD, TEXAS, SATURDAY f, | AUGUST 19, 1876. 3«N l*«rendani. NO. 36. weekly at . X «OLIAD, • ^r- íe-ífeh^j £ CRA P H I C. [Special to the Oalveston Hete*.} Indian Bald. San Antonio, Aug *5. Yesterday afternoon the Indians stole alt the horses in the vicinity of Fort Concho, and visited Tankerly, Levy and other ranchos. A scout from the post has ¿«fue in pursuit. Night before last about thirty In- ed within- a mile of Joe Essentially a Family Newspaper Devoted to the Dissemination of Useful Knowledge, IX And the General Interests of Western Texas. i* TERMS: One copy, one year.. • four copies, 'Ten or more copies, one jr. ...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 19 August 1876

líí w THE GUARD. —- R. T. Davis. — H. L. Taixy. DAVIS & TALLY. SATURDAY, AUG. 10, 1876. Henceforth all Legal Adtertisemtnt must be paid for in adrante. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. POR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILDES OF NEW YOKK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, OF INDIANA. ELECTORS. FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. D. C. GIDDINGS, Washington county. B. H. EPPERSON, of Marion county. alternates. SA1Í. Í. ADAMS, of Dallas county. COLUMBUS UPSON, of Bexar county. First Congressional District. GEO. W. CHILTON, of Smith county. ALTERNATE. W. H. MARTIN, of Henderson county. Second Congressional District. D. B. MARTIN, of Hunt county. alternate. ' J. Q. CHENOWITH, of Fannin county. Third Congressional District. •TAMES M. HURT, of Dallas county. alternate. GEO. N. ALDRIDGE, of Dallas county. Fourth Congressional District, THOS. J. BEALL, of Brazos county. alternate. TILLMAN SMITH, of Grimes county. Fifth Congressional District. RICHARD V COOK, Colorado count}'. alternate. FRED. CARLETON, of Travis co...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 19 August 1876

A .J«V,>j v," . %%fd \v GOLIAD COUNTY. It A|rlenltpral, Educational and 8«clcor Advantages. .i msw wordsTto immigrants. We give belpw a description of Goliad and a portion of some other adjoining a guide to those who are homes in the Great State of Tei- that the South-West portion, wun her rlek and fertile lands, bids fair to be the Gaxdek Spot of the State: Situation, Timber, dee. Goliad is situated on the San Antonio River, in "South-West Texas, about fifty miles -from the Gulf of Mexico, in lati- tude 28}, longitude 97, has an area of about nine hundred square miles, cr near six hundred thousand acres of land, of which about three-fourths is Prairie—the remainder is of timber of the different classes that are usually found in this sec- tion of the State, such as,Cotton-Wood, Pecan, Burr Oak, Elm, White Ash, Water Oak, Hackberry, Box-Elder, Wal- nut, An aqua, Sicamore and Mulberry in the timbered bottoms of the river; on the uplands on the creeks can be found Live Oak, Post-Oak...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 19 August 1876

ti ft TVE cOLIAD GUARD. "" • Published Chit Patitdbay ■Term* of Subscription Coin. Ótte year, in advance, $ 2 50 Six months, J 5® Three months, 1 w Advertining Rates. [coin] One sqr., (8 lines or less) one week. $ 1 00 K *« 44 two 44 1 50 «< «* 44 three 11 2 00 . 4 4 4 4 one mo. 2 «50 «* «« 44 two 44 4 00 « *4 44 three " 6 00 «« *« 44 six " 7 50 m «« 44 twelve44 10 00 For each additional insertion, not ex- ceeding three months, per square, 50 cts. A liberal deduction made for two or more squares by the year. One fourth of a column one year $ dU 00 g-half :: "::::iooSn Advertisements subject to be changed weekly, semi-monthly or monthly, will charged accordingly. Double column advertisements will be charged 50 per cent, on regular rates. Advertisements not marked when hand- -din, will be inserted till forbid, and charged accordingly. Brands will be published at $2 00 per y°Local notices, not exceeding eight lines, will be charged twenty cents per line. Announcing candidates for co...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 2 September 1876

/ ■ . : *, :-ÍÉ*; JigSE / ■ r ' / * *~; •-?•~ 1 f á *' A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO THE AGRICULTURE, STOCK-RAISING AND fontCATIONAL INTERESTS OF WESTERN TEXAS, AND GENERAL NEWS g . VOL. 9. GOLIAD, TEXAS, füTURDÁ Í, SEPTEMBER 2, 1876. (i TYPOGRAPHICAL. THE GUARD" IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT GOLIAD, TEXAS, -BY- DAVIS & EusntiaUy a Fa mily Xeitupaper Devoted to the Disse nination of Useful Knowledge, t>3 | ZD l."W \&\l And the General Interests of Western Texas. f TERMS: One copv, one year Ponr copies, " V ■••••• 2"22 ov more copies, one yr. (each) ADVERTISING BATHS: Ope squnre, one insertion... $1.00 Tor ench subsequent insertion 50 One square, one year 10.00 One square, six months 7.50 One square, three months.... 6.00 For advertisements in same column ,U and appearing as news matter writ- iZ^fceditor, 20 Cents per Line euq' seed un the \*>rows. Ol 0-A liberal deduction made to yearly advertisers, for more than two squares ; liut in no other ease will the above rates be ti...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 2 September 1876

\ "V THE GUARD. R. T. Davis. — H. L. Taiat. DAVIS * TALLY. SATURDAY, SEP. 2, 1876. Bcnctforlh all Legal Adcertiietnentt mutt be paid for in advance. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, IARVEL J. TILDEN, OP NEW YORK. POR VICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, OF INDIANA. TO iS V. * W^yr.i I ¡ ELECTORS. FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. D. C. GIDDINGS, Washington county. B. H. EPPERSON, of Marion county. alternates. 8AM. J. ADAMS, of Dallas county. COLUMBUS UPSON, of Bexar county. First Congressional District. GEO. W. CHILTON, of Smith county. alternate. V. H. MARTIN, of Henderson county. Second Congressional District. ■ D. B. MARTIN, of Hunt countjr. alternate. J. Q. OHENOWITH, of Fannin county. Third Congressional District. ■JAMES M. HURT, of Dallas county. alternate. GEO. N. ALDRIDGE, of Dallas county, Fourth Congressional District, THOS. J. BEALL, of Brazos county. alternate. TILLMAN SMITH, of Grimes county. Fifth Congressional District. RICHARD V COOK, Colorado county. alternate. FRED. CARLETO...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 2 September 1876

/ 1—K a*..* w— f *y ■ Vul cOLIAD GUARD. PoiLtiiaD Eviit 8>riit>ii Terms of Subscription Coin. ijtaeyear, in advance,. niaxmUu, Throe months, ••ri- ft a bo i so i oo Advertising Rate*. ([:, [COIN] use sqr., (8 lines or leas) one week. 4i t« «« tW.O 44 «« «• « three 44 •• 41 41 one mo. «< u << two 44 " 44 44 three 44 «« It U g|X «« " " " twelve" For each additional insertion, $ 1 00 1 60 a oo a so 4 oo 6 00 7 60 10 00 not ex- ceeding three months, per square, 50 cts. A liberal deduction made for two or more squares by the year. One fourth of a column one year $ 30 00 One half " • ••• 65 00 One " . 100 00 Advertisements subject to be changed weekly, semi-monthly or monthly, will charged accordingly. Double column advertisements will be charged 50 per cent, on regular rates. Advertisements not marked when hand- *d in, will be inserted till forbid, and charged accordingly. Brands will be published at fa 00 per year. Local notices,.not exceeding eight lines, Will be charged...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 2 September 1876

¿pmm ■í-K 0 ■ m i ¡11 M ÍSMi: i ISSw-? '■ S/-:. |¡¡g p|?" ÍÍHhFÍ. ■ i Hp j^3> m§ri' !■ * S&ft. Si;« GOLIAD COUNTY, II* Agricultural, ^durational and Socle/y Advantage*. yl >7?W WORDS TO IMMIGRANTS. We give below a description of Goliad aud a portion of some other adjoining Counties a a guide to those who are necking homes in the Great State of Tex- as—allowing that the Houtli-West portion, with her rich and fertile lands bids fair to be the Gabukn Spot op the State: Situation, Timber, dtc. Goliad Is situated on the San Antonio Kivcr, in South-West Texas, about fifty miles from the Gulf of Mexico, in lati- tude 28i, longitude i>7, has an area of about nine hundred square miles, or near six hundred thousand acres of hind, of which about thrce-fourtlis is Prairie—the remainder is of tijnber of the difieren' classes that aro usually found in this sec- tion of the State, such as Cotton-Wood, Pecan, Burr Oak, Elm, White Ash, Water Oak, Ilackberry, Box-Elder, Wal- nut, Anaqua,...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 7 October 1876

í. ' 1 V Y-", * , • *'• 'A''-y jifW. b.y■ ■ '' ■'iv?'. f ■ v: -'• -&A ^ - ■ •. ? - '■•-• ( •• '•'« ' > ■ -• ■ " ' .>' 1 . , ' X . Epr ;:: '7r< / /, / / : ^ -! # y t'/í ' / ^ f R^üüB Cjfevr , ' 'c • «ísíi É i Mm £-/, ra PER, DEVOTED TO THE AGRICULTURE, 8T0CK-RA. ,ND EDUCATIONAL INTERESTS OP WESTERN TEXAS, AND GENERAL NEWS. OLIAD, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1876. NO. 43. (juiui'inicatcii. J [ople of Southwest ; address to you I gave of affairs at Austin i Session of the iA'gis- he connected subjet «vor of a separate I resume the , because it of public part could dictate either boundaries'j or other terms; nor would any Urge part be coercively separated. A«> would conciy in a general outline as necessary preparation. Any pmcti* cable arrangement must ovew diversities of conditions and v. by appropriate compromises, pop- ulations in different localities would constilt their respective welfares;" but natural differences in sections would facilitate adjustments. To consti...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 7 October 1876

[OLI ON, .-JVEaJk.e~r, AND ié big Watch, STREET— |A, TEXAS. Intly on hand, the |tock of solid F®w®tey in Western Texas, utg. of -sets, ' ÍS, STUDS, 18 Carrot u5 & "Wedding— ertaining to the Jéw- r altham and Elgin ades; Clocks oí Setli lother makers. lion given to repairing is, ana Jewelry and all I. Jewelry made to any |y tbe best manufacturing Nt'W Orleans. v9-n14-lSm • j/ w. coffin, jit coffin) jr. BROTHERS, balers in— Ooo«a, ICMRIM.S, —AND— MERCHANDISE, i( Furniture. r. MARYS, TEXAS. Forwarding Promptly To. PAID FOR BIDES, AC. 6m irtd, Qtccnche SALE! AR GAIN! Blanco Ranche, (2,500 • with I Fine (Texas Raised) [NO SHEEP, irtd Head of Bucks, have recently imported , .IS in the United States, ache and 1000 sheep sep- ¡ther. Will sell half in- king partner who desires Iheep business, • spring of the above 1,000 ess, the t to 11 lbs. for six 3, Tesas, or call and see - & Myers' store, on the |county. R. P. WILKINSON. 8m kRD. oeo. howard. )RD & HOWARD, IK— \ERJlL ; •• •' ....

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 7 October 1876

THE GUARD. H. T. Davis. — . II. L. Tally. DAVIS & TALLY. SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1876. Ocnctforth all Legal Advertisements mutt be paid for in advance. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILDEN, OP NEW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, OF INDIANA. , ELECTORS. FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. D. C. GIDDINGS, Washington county. B. H. EPPERSON, of Marion county. alternates. SAM. J. ADAMS, of Dallas county. COLUMBUS UPSON, of Bexar county. First Conqressional District. GEO. W. CHILTON, Of Smith county. Alternate W. H. MARTIN, of Henderson county. SecQiid Congressional District. D. B. MARTIN, of Hunt county. ALTERNATE. J. Q. CHENO WITH, of Fating county. Third Congressional District. JAMES M. HURT, of Dalltfe county. alternate. GEO. N. ALDRIDGE, of Dallas county. Fourth Congressional District, THOS. J. BEALL, of Brazos county. alternate. TILLMAN SMITH, of Grimes county. Fifth Congressional District. RICHARD V COOK, Colorado county. alternate. FRED. CARLETON, of Travis count}. ...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goliad Guard — 7 October 1876

r / / a ¿u, ó 14/, f- v ■«vi / V -w_\ ' & i.% GOLIAD COCSTV, ■ta Agricultural, Educational and Soclcij Advantages. A FEW WOlWS TO IMMIGRANTS, Wo give below a description of Ooliud find a portion of some other adjoining Counties as a guide to those who are seeking homes in the Great State of Tex- as—showing that the Soutb=West portion, with her rich and fertile lands, bids fair-to be the Ga&dbn Spot of thb State: Situation, Timber, &Ct Goliad is situated on the San Antonio Hirer, in South-West TeSas, about fifty miles from the Gulf of Mexico, in lati- tude 28f, longitude 07, lias an area- of about nine hundred square milea, or near six hundred thousand acres of land, of which about three-fourths is Prairie—the remainder is of timber of the different classes that are usually found in this sec- tion of the State* such as Cotton-Wood, Pecan, .Burr Oak, Elm, White Ash, Water Oak, Hackberry, Box-Eliler, Wal- nut, Anaqua, Sicamo-e and Mulberry in the timbered bottoms of the riv...

Publication Title: Goliad Guard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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