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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Ledger — 27 February 1886

9 / I Uk'i \ / f£$ n The Tri-Weekly Ledger. VOL i. NO. 5.1 HEMPSTEAD, TEX., FEB. 27,1886. i price: $1 50 per annum. The maid expects Her beau to-night, And fills the stove With anthracite, Because the air Is raw and damp, But quite forgets To fill the lamp. Society Item. said a sweet 16, my lips are sore. Been a paintin' 'em I reckon? No I haven't, but I kissed a St. Louis drummer the other day. Laud sakes, child! Didn't I tell ye brass was pizen ? New Barber.—Jim Cole, the popu- lar tonsorial artist^ has engaged a first- class barber to assist him in his shop, and during court week no one'will have occasion to " wait" long. Jim's shop is too well known for the Ledger to say anything in its praise, only that, His razors are sharp, His towels clean, Go and see Just what he means. Never too Dull.—The Houston Post refers to W. D. Cleveland, of that city, as one of the most successful merchants of Texas. He is a good business man, one of the most liberal advertisers in the state. If adv...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Ledger — 27 February 1886

t 1 i ¡M'5 THE TRI-WEEKLY LEDGER. Published Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. JOHN H. HUTCHINSON, Editor aid Proprietor. Entered at the Hempstead Postoffice as Sec- ond-class Mail-matter. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEB. 27, 1886. JOB PRINTING. The Ledger has a neat, new and complete Job Office, and solicits a share of the local patronage in this line. First-class work and reasonable prices guaranteed. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Give us a trial order. Hon. R. Q. Mills talks at the rate of 215 words a minute when addressing the house. But then he talks well. With Terrell in the U. S. Senate, Texas could point with commendable pride to her representatives in that body. Hood's Texas brigade will hold its 16th annual meeting at Navasota on June 19, the birthday of the old commander. It is likely that Hon. A. W. Terrell and W. J. Swain will be there. Texas's importance is too great to allow Maxey or Ireland any longer occupy either one of their positions. With all due respect f...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Ledger — 27 February 1886

t THE TRI-WEEKLY LEDGER, Published Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEB. 27, 1886. > A His Last Sunday.—With tomor- row, the Rev. Edwin Wickens, pastor of the Episcopal church of this city, will preach his last pastorate sermon to his church. Mr. Wickens has been in charge of this church for five years or more, and it is to be regretted that so good and pure a man can not re- main always with us. He wilf in fu- ture reside in the city of Dallas, and continue there his good work in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The Ledger wishes Mr. Wick- ens a pleasant, happy and prosperous life for all time to come. The Bishop will be here with the church on to-morrow week, when ar- rangements will be perfected for another pastor. Supper Thursday Night.—The supper given by the ladies of the «1 Episcopal (St. Bartholomew's) church last Thursday night was quite a suc- cess, the Ledger is pleased to report, financially, -while the occasion was en- joyed by all th...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tri-Weekly Ledger — 27 February 1886

«MP -' I J I I f ■ 1 1 I I H U- 1 :*-L WmSmfi JI3P%i THE TRI -WEEKLY LEDGER. Published Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. JOHN H. HUTCHINSON, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Hempstead Postoffice as Sec- ond-class Mail-matter. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEB. 27, 1886. JOB PRINTING. The Ledger has a neat, new and complete Job Office, and solicits a share of the local patronage in this line., First-class work and reasonable prices guaranteed. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Give us a trial order. Yesterday was a very disagreeable Friday, it having rained slowly all day, and right chilly to-boot. A candidate for mayor, in Brenham, proposes, if elected, to kill a big fat steer and have a grand barbecue. The Banner says the if has a tendency to decrease the prospects of the bar- becue. ♦ 1 " Sardine and whisky barbecues" are being daily and nigbüy given by gome of the candidates m Brenham. This is a new scheme, and aur "grass, nippers " and " acorn peelers " should add the sard...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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