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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 17 June 1870

iie )lUr a Tear, | Hi Wt Principle*, and net Policy; Measures, and not Men; the Greatest Gm4 to the Greatest Number. •j ' !m Advance. roi. l. HONBY^ROVE, FANNIN Co., TEXAS, JUNE 17, 1^0. ¡^pfrtr-'r- No. Th¿ Churches. f ^2i,<n|snwRer. Mr. Mitchell, first Sunday* |KKLA?fD Pkbsbytbrian—-Rev. W. irniB, second Sunday. j- WST—Rev. John W. l'inor, third PF.£^YTiaiAN-vReY. fiob't McCoy, fourth undaj] T. 0. etis va ry Weduesday night at the Masonic ialL Tbe Orders. F. -«-Honey Grove Lodge, No. 91, mm W( ~ T.—Honey Grove Lodge, No 6, meetings every ?*aturday night at asc ic Hall. Í 'iUjíiNDfi or Tumphrauce—Meet op ry Taesdey night at tja« Mafumic Ball. iA'sji. or YlOTK—iie+bi e^ry Sunday wtüug, 4 o'civek, at the Maaouie Hall. üham. ionhí Arrangement. - ftil arrives Sundavs, Tuesdays and i St. IJojrart "immediately for * mail arrit. a Sunday night, noon, and Friday night. Departa POET'S CORNER. Hoe out your Sow. One day a farmer's laey boy Was hoeing out the corn, And moodily had listened l...

Publication Title: Honey-Grove Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 17 June 1870

your dollar. pf M it, ft&d At enterprises ifs salaam, and is little receive and a« its smiling vior shall deserve, uction" we send * on its responsi- attering hopes and L t its future career useful, days of ^W-.as Honey need to pntiu opera- Oar in- to the surround- a paper fhat, as n, shall not fall behind any country. We do not expect re. to launch as extensively any of the •get papers of the State—our lim- ited space will iiot allow it—but we do intenfd to print and publish as much locsl news, and devote as much apace and attention to home affairs as any sheet in the land, however large.® , It shall be our endeavor to cher ish, advocate, and defend every insti tntion, whether political, legal, edu cational, social or religions, that has for its object the protection, eleva- tion and refinement of the people— the advancement of their material interests and the improvement of moral and social'sentiment. in the center of the most and productive section of country on the face of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 17 June 1870

m sat ■rt tie tcha ive |8 €1 C jua Bpte r bell tí issi fctor jMT" We send this ^edition of The Enterprisr to nearly two hundred regalar subscribers, and by next Saturday we intend to double the dose. That is enterprise. SATU1DAY, JUKE 18/1879 Ontnsaoutkaide of the public square, tflCAL MATTER!. m patch that P isu w|li a Fenians, t IWOkwi the MU We can not half do justioe,in one short notice, to the numerous business houses presented to view in this issue, it would require a whole column of space, and more "puflT" than wóuid blow up a balloon. All we have to say is, read the bills carefully, remembering; always that any business ma n who has liberality enough to help suavity hifi townpa- per hap liberality enough to give good bargains to his customers. Also, that he who has thrift enough to advertise is a success in the bus. iness and not a sinking ship. Rocfc tpodc.—A rock Or gravel pave- ment around the public square, we think, is a pressing necessity in Hon. ey-Qijpve at this tube...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 17 June 1870

Wfeere to Joba Smitt? |N arr. ■ ■ We nftilpe all inqnirv rriade by «urchátfgf* Ibr Wre whereabouts our of <9bhn Bmith. We' saw the veritable «It ->{£ifer8pnfin the sfcroats df WaCo yes- terday,^ Waco Regi&r. This must be a mistake The gen- tleman named it a citizen of our pd vas not aUeat at the timé ottr contemporary reported iiim m Waco.—sGvrxicana Observer. That'* I frange; for vyc'Jl «wear. (Qt ,'T 'A saw Jobii Smith íi^rd tiftfrtit the duf of the Observer —Tyler Report*-. M Gentlemen, you are all wiring— t Mn/Jotib ^mitb in still in this locality as usual attending to bis own biiHÍ- Abd he ¡8 by mi moans w «T YMmmmm;, DEALER IK STAPLE ANB FANCY DRY GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats. Caps, and Roadymadc clothing of the latest styles. SOrriDNS JíND. FANQX JlRT^CLE^ i if 3 tJI k¡úM ™ OL 0 Tfai) largest ai d most complete It {j loans the runabout as yon would represent bim.—Shrevepoti Southwestern. Gen'lrmen, none of you are right. John Smith Er-q. is in the westeim portion of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 25 June 1870

)resi O . Shottt itc.. Mide Baptist—Rev. Mr. Mitchell, first Sunday. Cumberland Presbyterian—Rev. W. A. Williams, second Sunday. Presbyterian—Rev. Rob't McCoy, third Sunday. Methodist—Rev. John W. Piner,fourth •Sunday. firta, Linti The Orders. Coll I. O. O. F. — Honey (^rove Lodge, No. 91, ¿meets every Wed¿esdayl5ght at the Masonic I Hall. v 1. O.-'G. T.—Honey Grove'l«<©dge, No 6, holds its meetings every -Saturday night at the Masonic Hrttl. ' Friends of Temperance—Meet on «rery Tuesday night at the Masonic Hall. r cJ Pj i, Snuff *7er: iake| Bi ery loco ten Band of Hope—Meets every Sunday evening, 4 o'clock, at the Masonic,Hall. Mail Arrangement. Paris mail arrives Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays, 12 ii. Departs immediately for Bonham. Bonham -mail arrives Sunday night, Wednesday noon, and Ffriday night. Departs immediately for Pans. Accept, dear miss, this article-of mine, For what's indefinite who can define? My case is ^ajngular, my house isi rural, Wilt thou consent 'to make i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 25 June 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. Tom. B. BURNETT, . - - EDITO*. I r SATURDAY, JUNK 15, 1810. The muu Ukm are coming The abomination of desolation -Davis' Militia. 1^ Charles Dickens, the greatest fiction writer of the age, is dead. W* There are six thousand liquor booses in New-York city. For Merchants.—"Early to bed, and early to rise; never get tight—and advertise"—in The Entebtrise. NU The Kansas and Texas railroad is inished as far sooth as Neosho county, Missouri. W They have a paper up in Penn sylvania called the Christian Bodied. What a hybrid monstrosity it must be I My San Francisco, California, has appropriated a million dollars to the Southern Pacifio (Shreveport and Marshall) railroad. ■fe Forty thousand Masons were —vj^rade in the streets of Philadel" p^ia oS\the 8th instant—the largest display ever known in America. < W The Newhampsbjre Gazette is the oldest paper in the United States —100 years old—and has never yet missed an issae. . An urgent protest has been made by the Indian a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 25 June 1870

m r« CHEAP 8TORE Osftbe louth aids of the public square, Honey Oro*, Tecas THE ENTERPRISE. 8ATUKDAY. JUKE 85. 1870. tOMLIUTTEBS.V Honey-Grove is to have sinking class organized. ——— • «• — A new supply of Drugs just received at Bailey's. *. McDonald offers to sell his place—one of the'bestin town. See advertisement. Buy your wife a sewing- ¡machine. (Parson Provine has them. Advertises in this issue. T. C. "Provine is just up from • Jefferson, with re-enforcements to his stock of'Groceries. Gloves,rHol ery, Notions, Hoots and {¿hoes, Hardware,stationery/Standard Srbool -w , a j i .Table and Pocket Cutlery. ' We understand there was a man struck and killed by lightning 1 near Ladonia a day or two ago, but I can learn no particular a*, Drs. Slocum and Gambill show the readers of The Enterpkisb a nice card this week. Dr. Gambill is well known all over the country. Rr. We cannot enumerate our extensive variety, but invite the jrablie to ea# and eaamine our Slocum has the highest credent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 25 June 1870

m m JL e> J® ■■■>* <wr PHBB Conner** Great Speech. iorry' wu' smallness of onr paper pjuliibits us from giving iu ful! thy j^rtiát fejjjíccii of Hon. Jolm G. Connor <m jtiie;•XVtli Ameucíiiieht. The i'olftjwín^" extract woiald have done tjipn<rr to the youn< - statesman's jiiuHtí'iuut ^amytí#k*e 61 South Car. olina; !,;i < rli * >*{ ,+ ■,.'>** ■') Mr. Speaker. it pains mo to take issue frith the honoraide gfjutletfUMi pn a question ! tact. I am*jyer gnxiowtomeetmypoliti-? cal comments with An exchange of views; but 1 much prefer, ait a ie>> er«l rule, to suffer a j Í5 O IIOOL misrepresentation to pass ¿ban to «imply meet it with a fiat denial. But, sir,in this instance the pleading cry, the solemn wáil, the heart- rending prayer of a brave, a ¿eneróus, and a now loyal people, who stands weeping, but not .trembling, over the grave where tljeir liberties are buried, ia borne to me by every breeze that comes from that land oí" the .opj pressed that I ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 2 July 1870

One Dollar alear, Principles, and not Folic# Measures, and not Men; lhe. Greatest Good to the Greatest Number. Invariably Hi Atrance, Vol. 1. HONEY-GBOYE, FANNIN Co., TEXAS, JULY 3, 1870. No. 8 i XBjL Th« Churches Bavtist—Rev. Mr- Mitchell,.first Sunday. (.Tmkjrrland Pkrsbytkriaw —Rev. W. A- Williams, second Sunday. I'kbsbyteruk—®w-RoVt McCoy, third Sunday. Mktiioims'í"—Bev.íl-ohn W. Finer, fourth -fviiudaj. The Examination Exercises of many new things that king Solomon Prof. Lar drum's school will 4>eg*in on ' in bis dnv had never soen und^r the tin; í Ith.) uly, iKid oBitinue two dayfc. - The public are ifiviied. The Orders. Provine adds considerable "appearance7' to Main street with his iktw sigu—.-the handiwork of Mr. T. M. Coulter. Rev. 11, (j. Burleson, President of Waco College, announces that he will preach vn Honey-Grove on the 21st July, at night. 1.0. O. F.—Honey Grove -Lodge, No. 3Í, every Wednesday nijrhl alUie M- «onic JMall. O. G. T.—flflkmey Grove liodije, No 6, '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 2 July 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. Tom. R. BURNETT, EDITOR r/ I • £7 I f ** v. . SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1810. B^. Thanks to newspaper friends for kind and courteous notices of our first issne. J@"Any amount of sweet, gusby, delicious, Hoiey-Grove Poetry in sext week's issue. SQU A millstone at Dallas burstec into fragments the other day, one of the piece striking the miller, a Mr Packer, and knocking bim senseless for an hour or two. ■«•They are holding mass-meet- ings down in Dalias county and me- morializing the Legislature for a Toan of 15,00® dollars with which to- hare the logs cleaned out of Trinity river. The Sherman Courier and McKinuey Messenger are giving each ©the* lesso* in spelling. Btetter buy ■pelírng-feeok , gentlfemen—that's the way Josh Billings got such a good start in the business. Oklahoma.—This is the name of the new territory about to be formed out of the five Indian nations lying to the northiofus beyond Red river. The uemonstaancea off the different Chiefs to.tho measure are both, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 2 July 1870
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 2 July 1870

i« 1%. «i! :■ - In the «nbnrbfí of Pari the other Sabbath morning, f o we learn from the Exami-wr, a mixed multi- tude of Baptist and Methodist color •d folk hud aHsembled for the pur- pone of hearing a «ermon preached, the Baptist to listen to a Brother John, the Methidiat to a minister of their own faith and order. The Meth- odist divine, happening to reach the pulpit first, was in the middle of his discourse and striking right and left at all who opposed his way of belief, when John, the Baptist, suddenly "arrove" upon the spot, and rushing upon his weaker brother, with true Baptist zeal and "Hardshell" grit, seized him by the nap of the heac and threw hira overboard from the pulpit, with the apropos ejaculation "Dem Methydicks gwine to spile my foot-washinl " A considerable battle ensued, in which both men and wo men engaged, and much wool was left upon the spot. Next day, John the Baptist, had the whole Methodist portion of the congregation arrestee and taken into court for "sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 9 July 1870

MO par e«na sau ich i i, I HONEY-GROVE ENTERPRISE. One Dollar a Year, Principles, and not Policy; Measures, and not Men; thé Greatest Good to the •Greatest Number. Invariably in Adranos Vol. X. HONEY-GROVE, FANNIN Co., TI2XA.S, JULY 9, 1870. No. 4* The Churches. Baptist—Rev. Mr. Mitchell, first Sunday. Cumberland Pkesbytebiax- . A. Williams, second Sunday. rRev. W. ■ M';j í'm Pke.sbytekiax- •Sunday. rRev. RoVt McCoy, third MeTHOIHST- iSunday. -Rev. John W. 'Finer, fourth The Orders. J. O. O. F.—Honey Grove.Lod^c, No. 91, meets eves? Wednesday night .at the Masonic Hall. f. <). tí. T.—Honey GrovefLodjie, No 0, holds its meetings every Saturday night at the Masonic Hall. Fwe>:i s of Tkmpeuax/tb—Meet ou - every Tuesday wight &t- the Masóme Hall. Band ov How*-rM««ts every Sunday evening, 4 o'clock, at the Masonic Hall. j. 1 . williams Williams a t torn ey s IT<-;noy Grove, a. w, wall. & Wall, a t l a \v .Texas G. W. Moore, att o r x e y a t l aw,... .' Hi.ney Grove, Tex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 9 July 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. Tom. R. BURNETT, ... - EDITOR. SATURDAY, JULY tf, 1870. 1?% Rains, marrying, weather still continue. and hot W& Twenty yeais ago to-day fton. eral Taylor died. We are in receipt of many of the largest and best papers i® the State in exchange for Tur Entefrisk. They have our thanks. JThe Sherman Courier threat- ens to start a daily paper in which to record the fisticuffir.gs in the town —-they are getting to bee ©numerous. They are "astonished" with a purp at Jefferson that has only. two legs. We have seen two-legged purps many, a tin*e. without being as tonished. A severe hail storm passed over Yan Xandt and Smith counties finsw days ago, doing, immense injury to the crops. Stones weighing half a< pound were picked up after the storm was over. After expelling from the Leg- islature all the Democratic members it. was possible to uuseafr, the Radical pfrt ofci the concern: have adopted measures for expelling,the batsfrom ♦he building. One would suppose that the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 9 July 1870

m enterprise. a e SATURDAY, JULY 9, 16*0. LOCAL MATTERS Honey-Grove is to have a new |shop in a few days. We have an oniou from Mr. garden eleven inches in cir [ference—a whopper. Remember next Monday and sday are the days- of Frof. Lan- i's Examination. 1 We hear some uf the young about to wit speak of organizing Sj|.se-ball club. Good move—let i\e it. An onion stalk from the gar- of Mr. liockheart has a large formed onion on each; end of the a cariosity. irge Stalk*—Wo were shown on day a stalk of corn from the of Mr. John Brally, measuring seven inches in circumference. CHEAP STORE, On the south side of tin? public square, 4 ' Iloney Grove, Texas. Just received. a kirgo aud well selected stock of 0 0 D Odd-Fellows* held a Rcbeccah ee meeting Wednesday evening 5 Masonic Hall in Honey-Grove, ii«h q. ite a number of ladies initiated. arly Ready to Shout.—From the n field ©f Mr. Spelce we have a , fine-looking boll, almost ready n. Who can show us the first boll ? Farmers all getting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 9 July 1870

t. DEALER IX Y STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Boots^Shoes, Hats. Caps, and Readymade clothing of the latest styles. NOTIONS AND FANCY ARTICLES, SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Glassware, Queensware, Tinware, Hardware, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Axes, Hatches, Hammers, Augers, Chisels, Handsaws Cros- cutsaws, Ginsaw-files, Spades and Shovels, Grain Shovels, Shovels and Tongs, Steelyards, well-wheels, Brass Kettles, Hay Forks, Garden Rakes, Trace Chains, Stretcher chains, Hames and Collars. iorse and Mule Shoes, Horseshoe !Nails, Castings, Salt, Nails, and Ties. Fourth of «July. Since our last, tne "gh" i°us Fourth has come again, with all its brilliant beauties and thronging memories* The day we used to meet to hear the Declaration of Independence reac fire anvils, sing Yankee Doodle, anc eat the big barbecue; when our boy ish heart would so expand with its patriotic emotions that our bosom couldn't hold it, and we felt like we wanted to lie right down and die for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 16 July 1870

One DoHar&Year, Principles, and not Policy; Measures, and not Men; the Greatest Good to the Greatest y umber. ~ ■ ■ • v , n : „ v •< ' Invariably In Advance. Vol. 1. HONESY-GüayE, FANNIN Co., TEXAS, JÜLY 16, 1870. "■ : j'fj, „ ■ No. *5. „ ^ ,« ^. . | T The Churches. Baptist—Rev. Mr. Mitchell, first Sunday. Cumberian Pbesbytkhian —Rev. W. A. Williams, second Sunday. Prksbytkkian—Rev.Rftb't McCoyr third Sunday. Methodist—Rev. John W>. Piner,.fourth Sunday. The Orders. 10 0. f-—Honey Grove Lodge, Not.91, meet# every Wednesday, night at the Masonic Hall. I. O. G. T.—Honey Grove Lodge, No 6, holds its meetings every Saturday night at the Masonic HalL Amends of Tempjekanck—Meet on Tuesday night ut tke Masonic H&11. Bvnd of Hope—Meets every Sunday evening, 4 o'clock, at the MasouicHaHi j. g.w. waul. lams & Wall, attorneys at law, Honey Grove,...: Texas. Business was exceedingly dul' in Jefferson en« the 4th July, and re- ceipt of'cotton onl'y iouteen bales. The two colore...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 16 July 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. i Tom. it. BUKNJfiTT, - - - -EDITOR. ►SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1870. A man in New Orleans offers to fight an alligator under water for $500. Methodist revival meeting going on at Jefferson, with fifty or sixty conversions already reported. A friend at our elbow wants to know if the 'luscious grain,' spoken of by the poet last week, was not roast ing-ears? The Crop*.—From almost every portion of the county comes 1 he cheering intelligence that "corn is made," and that the crop was never known to be better. Not a neighbor- hood within our knowledge but has had rain abundantly, and to spare— the early and the latter rain, the gentle, genial'shower and the ground- soaking deluge. In fact, the "oldest inhabitant" has never known the farming fraternity so completely sat" isfied with "good seasons." No or- dinary amount of drouth can now arrest the incoming harvest. Cotton is looking sickly and turning yelllow as from an attack of jaundice, in consequence of the continued wet wea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 16 July 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. : SAÍUliUAY, JULY. 16, 187(j. LOCAL MATTERS. jt . • Fine, largo, luscious water-. leions ou tie streets this week. . Mr. McDonalcí, just up from lefferson, has our thanks for papers Lird for valuable favors rendered us I the city. Potatoes oif" .our .table this lowaing twelve inches in circunifer. Ince, from the garden of our lady ^•iend, Mrs. Wilson. Large Cabbage.—We are feasting jpon a< cabbage head this week near- three 'feet in circumference, from ¡.«•arden of Mr. J. S. Boone. This doubtless,the ''.immense-ést" vege- tóle in town. .1 ' - * * Balloon ascension from the ublic-square -ito--.nig.ht, by Professor [urclue. Look out for it, everybody, m miles high—►but doii't-mistake it >r a pallet and imagine another war approaching ! CHEAP S TD.Rp, Oa tli« aoatk sidothe public square, lloitejf Grove, Texatf. Just received a large and well «elected stock oí I Gt 0 Q B J ".-Consisting in part «f Staple and Fancy iDry Goods; Ladies' anii Gentlemen^ Dress - - Goods...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 16 July 1870

PQET'I? CORNER. (/< • ¡U i. rjitiét OF A J*'l(iMTl£¿& L>U(í. 4,- man n# owned n torr,ifif^org— A b^taiifd ornory cubs— And that there purp got that these ma Into uuiiiy an ugly miusay ' Forth** man ha was on Mi muscle,., And the dorg he was on hda bitc, &u to hick that doggoned anamilw i Wan sure to aiise a tight. A woman owned a Thomas eat, That fowt at fifteen pound; And other cats got up and slid Whett that there uat- wan* round! The man and dorg came by. one day Where the woman she did dwelt, And the purp he growled ferociously, Then want fiar the ant like He tried1 to chaw the neefcvof. the cat, Bnt the cat he wouldn't boK'Iiawedi, So he lit on the bactyof thati there dwrg. And bit? and clawed! andélawed.'í Oh, the hair.- fiéw! and p«ft;K yowted! As tha> claws went into hjfrhiííe, Chunks 9Í flesh wére peeled otf.hi3<i>ack„ Then he flummoxed, and kiok&d and died! Tne man.he ripped and eassed and swore, Ashe gathered up a big..brickbat, That h«:d b* dar...

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