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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 4 December 1885

'PCmRte'* " 9f ' * ♦ / i* k ^ !• i 4 , —■ " i é Office over John R. Young's Drug Store. Entered at the Postoffice at Hempstead as Second-class Matter. VOL. 2. John H. Hutchinson, Editor and Proprietor. ... RING RULE IN PARTY ORGANIZA- TION While a triumphant party is so firmly fixed in power, as to render futile any and all attempts, by the op- position, to defeat it at -the polls, the territory it .dominates, is not calcu* lated to be very fruitful in statesmen, or be over-blessed with measures of legislative origin; that are*calculated to conserve wfell-defined • interests, or point to those satisfactory results which aré the tfestf of statesmanship. > T^re party that rolls up its eighty to one hundred thousand majority year in and year • out, - stands in great danger of being the mere catspaw of a ring of self-glorified politicians, who control its conventions, and place themselves in office, keeping to the rear any modest worth that may and indeed must be- numbered in its rán...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 4 December 1885

P?m£! MM w- . Si ♦ |T - i i # --'A 'mm wSQm t¡¡¡¡ M mm Sty? Wm! '¿W^M ■ .•v • . v'"'- iiJsK IfMPmll '■■ .J PlSlll! m ' '.; • #-v Sü^ & ' ^ ' > • «W.XI 19 ■3 ■ I .«V, ■ }" # 8 I € y " '• '-■>#?'* ,%• — John H. Hutchjnsoi-, Editor and Proprietor; ■ r,. ■ ■ HEMPSTEAD, DEC. 4, 1885. THE WALLER COUNTY COURIER. Since the last issue of the Ledger the old Waller County Courier has been revived, and made its appearance last Saturday, from the pre** on which our paper was heretofore printed. Its salutatory speaks for itself. .It advo- cates, among other things, a multipli- catipn of churches with Heaven directed spires, and school houses filled with smiling youth. It will be independent in all things—(we pre- sume political) It anounces that this time its life is guaranteed, as Mr. Ruben White is the solid base of the venture. |n fine, it is an eloquent ap- peal, full of other powerful and equally apparent arguments that will, not fail to touch the hearts and appeal to the reason of...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 4 December 1885

t * fiv i;, jjft glim# a . ■7 sfW ?* ■jr.;! V<■•*• ^'.h .* v • wk Pjempsteaá g*d|jpcr John H. Hutchinson, Editor and Proprietor. HEMPSTEAD, DEC. 4, 1885. Local and Personal Paragraphs. Attend the carnival to-night "Old Black Joe" was in town last week. Mr. Eck McDade has returned from Hous- ton. Dan Wood, the usher. Oh, he's a June Bug. The best liquors and cigars in town at the Favorite Saloon., Watch out for the President's Message on December 11, in the Ledger. Mr. James Mann, formerly of this county, has recently located in Navasota. What will poor little Charlie Felker do now? His pet is gone. 'Twas ever thus! The yard railroad track is being greatly im- proved, by putting down new ties and iron. Remember the skating carnival to-night. A pleasant time is promised all who attend. Mrs. H. W. Rankin has been visiting Waco the past seven weeks. She has returned home. ' Elegant visiting cards, with your name artistically printed upor) them, can be had at this office. Dr. Ridley h...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 23 April 1886

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Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 23 April 1886

- r ' .'*; • "• . . ; ■*' v. , * * •■'•'*■■ •'■ flpfW ■--.'"M-' «pfe $rmmi .:.. ■■ ' '.' ■ * *.•>.• 4 ''f •'. *#£■ WÍ'M#?:} '$ v x rn í*■" 2*& $E....' ■ S¡¿-Jj&> !'bk!s• ' £^Sy '.: ¿'*- "'SStófE I # A ■ r '■ :' *V*Ti*y'TK * r *¡ • 'B sp§#$^- ■■ V';| ■ 1 ' gflgS w >" Published Friday —•! Tear* * ' ■! ■ |i '■ -">v. ' x f • HPJr!k;ls/¿ > ¿W .v> i^SBSmX^SmSeaS J* :MI Entered at the Hempstead Postoffice as Sec- ond-class Mail-matter. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, APklL 23, 1S86. .. «., .. ■>,,.* . , . "■ ■.'1 *, . ■ ■ ■ * " * 1 ■ Jay Gould will yet smell hell. Bellviile is to have a Hook and Ladder company. -MM* to* WÍ8 The Brenham Daily Banner is put- ting on airs tj¿se hwd times. - ÉBMÍ VIXBst ' < Tha¿ is idle gossip about President Cleveland going to marry this fall. Bellviile is to have a May-fest, but the time lias not yet been determined going % and tuck be- tween Swain and Ross. " little ahead salará 4—hm £33m is a Santa Fe railway, it is sail ¿fie*H #onfr;.to ...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 23 April 1886

¡^íTíáS^.%' v' ifcfeí' X , :-' -• .- 2J¿ **"? *\ •■' '■ •/■ '- --; $ uc Á¿" *v *S 5 u* *? ■• •, & ^í&fc :■ ;>1 - ,• ; • i ' -• • * • ' • !á$á- " 5 ■-•*• " :■ ' K" ••:' r''"* Í'í' Sí'?' -Ji ' . # " ^:• ■ <y • * • - BL™aS¡g >h,:\ m- «u ■ f¿-~*2 '■"W, :.; ,Í: Í" i Only 12 more days until the Fire- mens' celebration. fV KSSK ""I ■ f . * ■ I .$aooo xooo ty. • ••••••«••••••.•••••••••••••••ft, *,,.. 7$o S oo County Commissioner 3 00 Election November 4, 1886. '" ■ *" * .I '" - ■ .. ■ - ■ - .1- - —" n PRECINCT. WE are authorized to announce BURY, as a candidate for Peace, precinct Noi i. rsr- 555 i. 1 a Vt-v Walter L. Kilpatrick is now associ- ate editor of-the Courier. ■ Tom Shindler says—and we have no desire to dispute his word—that he has the best garden in the city. Candidates, our columns are open to you for your announcements. Do not delay, for delays are dangerous, sometimes. •v ft- ".«■■Mr-! * fe i -. ™ -£■ —r- • . * •*' ' . - ■: w tv'<~>^v : T7' ' "r'' ■'. '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 23 April 1886

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 18 June 1886

The Hempstead Ledger. Entered at the Hempstead Postoffice as 2d class matter.—Office over Young's drug store. Vol. 2, No. 34. [- Hempstead, Waller County, Texas, June 18, 1880. -{ One Dollar a Year. Justice of the peace or representative, which ? « Steer clear of calumny and falsehoods in this campaign. «es Who are the patriots (?) and reformers— those seeking office. £11 this hum and cry of Gustav Cook for governor is foolishness. ■i ui' 11 ' ' Houston is destined to be a sure enough manufacturing city, in the near future. Nearly all the Texas delegation in congress are most likely to be returned this year. Marion Martin and Charles DeMorse are causing Swain to lose ground in some counties of the state. m m It is reported that Houston has an anarchist club, composed of 13 members. It ought to be squelched. J. B. Terrell, once a resident of this town, now of Grimes county, is a candidate for tax Ilífii^^BlfiiiÉÉHílÉii f assessor of that County. rrr rér. 'ti- ff Hal Oieger, colored, ...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 18 June 1886

jr U ■Vfi-- ■ * w 'I I^I I „„ . «r -IK,. "yf"1 I 1 • w I J ■ & !,V '-k" . ■ >,•■■ V>^ J NO. H. HUTCHINSON HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, JUNE 18, 1886 They had all the deep water they wanted at Galveston last Monday morning. We return thanks to J. Annoy Knox, man- ager of Texas Siftings, for a lovely picture of ur " delegation in congress." ■ •■ Mr. Davis wants to go to congress and flings his banner to the breeze, in this issue of the News, thereby showing the faith that is within him. That is business.—Denison News. There are a good, many unfaithful candi- dates in this part of the country, or else they haven't the wherewith to " fling" their ban- ner to the breeze. A good, live newspaper is worth about as much to a town as a railway. Fort Worth realizes this fact, and the result, that while it is fifth in size of the Texas cities it has two of the befct papers in the state. It costs money, and lots of it, to run a live paper, but the Fort Worthers put it up, and instead of grumbling...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 18 June 1886

! é < ♦ ANNOUNCEMENTS. RATES FOR SAME. Congress $20 00 District 10 00 Couijty 7 50 Precinct... 500 County Commissioner 300 Election November 2, 1886. CONGRESS. rpHE LEDGER is authorized to announce the L name of CHARLES STEWART as a candidate for Congress from the first district, subject to the action of the Democratic convention. PRECINCT. WE are authorized to announee E. P. ALS- BURY, as a candidate for Justice of the Peace, precinct No. 1. > I Bids will be received, until the regu- lar meeting in July, which is the first Monday and the 5th day thereof, by the Mayor of the City of Hempstead, for making two cisterns at the PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE to be 8 x 10 inside measurement, with sewers connecting with down pipe from building. R. R. McDade, - Mayor pro. tem. Attest: ™ Jas. D. Montgomery, f" Secretary. June 15, 1886. Personal Mention. J. B.Ahrenbeck, of Brenham, was in town Monday. Mrs. John D. Mooney, of Austin, was in the city this week, visiting relatives. Miss Annie Ahrenb...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 18 June 1886

■KV • ' • i •• mmmmmm^mmmm & ■ : ' a ■'"* ' 'N.' • ■ ■, . ' ,V'<' '*;">• í fB0$Ws HSV" S ' ' "¿Í> 't■ Ty "* r '' ' "*' : ' ■ .«si w % STATE ITEMS. i' I--- •:. mp$, T - f'Mi;' IK te-"..1' WA '■ ~ • w SiMS Wi Houston has a lodge of colored Knights of Pythias. The scholastic census of Laredo is somewhat over 1500. A number of artesian wells are be- ing bored in Johnson county. The Giddings Temperance council is dead. The Advocate prints a death notice. A Fort Elliott special to the News reports good rains in most sections of the Panhandle. The merchants of Cleburne want the Farmers alliance to establish a cotton yard in their town. Fine rains' fell in Fort Bend county last week;- the crops are now out of danger but more rain would be accep- table. In Brazos county the rains in addi- tion to bringing out crops in the fields has brought out a large and thriving crop of candidates. A man was convicted in the county court at Paris the other day and fined $50 and three months i...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 25 June 1886

*m, •-'t m fhe Hempstead Ledger Vol. 2, No. 35. }- Entered at the Hempstead Postoffice as 2d class matter.—Office over Young's drugstore. ... I ■ I I. ■" ' ' ■ ■ 1 1 ——————i Hempstead, Waller County, tAas, June 25, 1886. ■{ One Dollar a Year. JDITORIAIj PARAGRAPHS. It has about developed that Texas has no ilaim on Greer county. Colored people in Brenham have organized hook and ladder company. A. W. Terrell and J. T. Brackenridge are the two brainiest men in Texas., The Bonham News has entered upon its 12 ist year. It improves with age. The weather is getting warm, and it will be Nvarmer in August. See if ft don't. Brenham Grays will hereafter be known as the Brenham Riñes—-name changed. Candidates of Waller county e^ght to get up a big barbecue for the 3d df July. I Pain will frequently transform a child into a groan person, says the Yorkers' Gazette. Congress expects to adjourn about July 15. The members are anxious to get home to re- pair their fences. Do pot fail to attend the pr...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 25 June 1886

—lr~ s^ils ■ ; ;&• .> — Í-.Í¿?2ju l — i¡ íBB —ran liR'.-Ssf &J •• < •« I J .v' •■ I * 7 *< Y — BY JNO. H. HUTCHINSON HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, JUNE 25, 1886. Old Boycott Oh, that new deal. The marriage market is dull. Lively as a cricket this week. Eh ? '• v Subscribe for the Ledger and keep posted, + ; Several " new lawyers 99 in Hempstead this week. ♦ — Taylor county has instructed for the Old Alcalde for governor. The democrats will not make any nomina- tions. This is our guess. . ' The Ennis Recorder should put on it's specs and take another peep at the Ledger. ♦ a A terrible hail, wind and rain storm visited several portions of Texas last Saturday, do- ing great damage to property. x , « > Capt. J. W. Buck, and First Lieutenant J, S. Bradford of the Johnston Guards, have resigned their positions in the company. For 'Urha* cause we de. not knpw^ —— *' The Ledger don't believe that there are two dozen Voters in Waller county that want a pew deal out and out. A new dea...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 25 June 1886

IF? t * / I \. \i \ V s I •* ►ycmry Pfei. • ** $i$t mm .*í ** • < - '*.-■ 4 . fjA; _. '*'*■<% '"'■' r---, ANNOUNCEMENTS. RATES FOR SAME. Congress. $20 00 District 1000 County 750 Precinct 5 00 County Commissioner 3 00 Election November 2, 1886. CONGRJSS& ® T3E LEDGER is authorized to announce the name of CHARLES STEWART as a candidate for Congress from the ñrst district, subject to the action of the Democratic convention. PRECINCT. WE are authorized to announce E. P. ALS- BURY, as a candidate for Justice of the Peace, precinct No. 1. * v > On wtth the school. " Fetch " in your job work. See citation n9tice in this issue. Good morning Mayor Robinson. The Ledger had a big run last Saturday. Church and Sunday-school next Sunday. " Slightly disfigured but still in the ringj Look out for announcements next we< Will Owens has been on the sick li week. Candidates, why in thunder don] announce. The Ledger is proud of its enemies too. Miss Laura Shaw has been is now better. 4...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Ledger — 25 June 1886

T, Km m 7 r fl f l§bm|rsfceaá gjeágw BY JNO. H. HUTCHINSON HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, JUNE 25, 1886. Old Boycott Oh, that new deal. The marriage market is dull. m mm Lively as a cricket this week. Eh ? +« ' Subscribe for the Ledger and keep posted. Several " new lawyers " in Hempstead this week. / d,\ Of* \ "**"1 - < ft; ? ft -'1 ,'u Taylor county has instructed for the Old Alcalde for governor. The democrats will not make any nomina- tions. This is our guess. The Ennis Recorder should put on it's specs and take anolHer peep at the Ledger. A terrible hail, wind and rain storm visited several portions of Texas last Saturday, do- ing great damage to property. V *+• Capt J. W. Buck, and First Lieutenant J. S. Bradford of the Johnston Guards, have resigned their positions in the company. For Wiaf cause we d&. not know, ¿ ' ■■ ■ i)^i¡11 fii t'j.ifiijjfci y-'.; V .1 The Ledger don't believe that there are two dozen voters in Waller county that want a pew deal out and out. A new deal is mean...

Publication Title: Hempstead Ledger, The
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