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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 20 February 1886

0 VOL Í. NO. 1.1 HEMPSTEAD, TEX., FEB. 20,1886. J Per Copy 5 Cents. \ Per Week 15 Cents. The municipal campaign has open- ed in Houston. Hot times are ex- pected. The Daily San Antonio Times is a regular visitor to our sanctum, and we prize it very much. All North Texas, from Corsicana up, is solid for Sabine Pas§ as the most :i feasible and best place for deep water. Z) *+ Many newspaper are just going for Mr. Swain with a vim. The gentle- man has broad shoulders and can bear it. +• — Col. Swain was in Lampasas lately looking after his " real estate " in that city. Wonder if the colonel has any in Hempstead ? Gome down and buy a bjocjc, Col. S. • . — ■ ■ - The kichmond Opinion says it would like to have the job, from the government, of supplying the Rich- mond post office with postal cards. None have been in the office for over two weeks. *+-+ The Galveston News was chosen by O the Sheriffs convention lately held in Waco, as their communicating and advertising medium. The Fort Wort...

Publication Title: Daily Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 20 February 1886

'Ti- i i r JOHN H. HUTCHINSON, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Hempstead Postoffice as Sec- ond-class Mail-matter. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEB. 20, 1886. Mr. W. H. Renolds, representing Mr. L. T. Noys, of Houston, had his va- lises, containing valuable samples and clothing, stolen Thursday night last. * Mr. R. came up from Houston, and arriving here gave his baggage to, he says, a porter running for the Sloan House. This was the last seen of the valises. Several negroes have been arrested, but nothing gained. A tele- gram was received at noon to-day from Dallas, announcing the vfilises in that city. Tax Collector McDade forwarded $2000, in gold and silver, to Austin last Monday. district court will meet Monday - week. There is a large criminal docket for this term, there being thir- teen prisoners in jail, and several per- sons out under bond. Remember that there will be an election held on the first Tuesday in April for an alderman from each of the four wards in this city. Candidat...

Publication Title: Daily Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 20 February 1886

o DAILY. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Ledger appears this afternoon as a daily, and asks the support of our people. The Advocate will be suspended and our time and energy will be devoted to strictly local matters in publishing the Ledger. Give us your support and we will give you a spicy little afternoon paper. If we can not get enough patronage to issue a daily, we will issue, any way, three times per week. But let all help a little, and they will get the daily be- tween 5 and 6 p. m. every day except Sunday. Subscriptions will be col- lected at the end of each week. m Bring in your names. City Marshel Pinckney with several others arrested seven tramps on the gully back of Mr. Poole's residence yesterday afternoon, but turned them loose after they promised to leave the city. We understand that they re- aOT^LJastnifiJji .an.d borrowed a . coffee pot from an old negro woman and camped for the night. They should have been put to work on the streets for a few days. Preaching at the M. E. ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 20 February 1886

i LV i i 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. Blaine's book is completed. A revival of the old whig party is talked of. An Incredulous Professor. Tom Anjerry, a student at the Uni- versity of Texas, applied to professor Snore for permission to be absent. 141 would like to be excused from my jography lesson this afternoon as I want to take my sister out riding," said Tom. The old professor who is no fool, looked at the yQung man over the top of his spectacles and said, slowly: " Want to take your sister out riding in a buggy, eh ? Is she related to you?"—Texas Siftings. She Preferred To Waltz, " }>lay I dance this waltz with you, Miss Esmeralda?" said Kosciusko Murphy at a recent ball to Mis Esmer- alda Longcoffin, one of the fairest belles of Austin. " Oh, please excuse me, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 22 February 1886

mi 7 ■ i_jjji i ,14., .1 VOL. i. NO. 2. | HEMPSTEAD, TEX., FEB. 22,1886. Per Copy ,5'Cents. Per Week xs.Cents. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Nearly 19 Years Ago.—We were shown, by Mr. Ed. Legros, yesterday, quite and " Old . Timer," in the shape of a iiewspaper. It was Caucus. A caucus es hel^this mormng ^ „ Texas CountOTOan>« a 7.column, aU. on the grass between the postomce and Ignat Schwartz's store, between three prominent Republican politicians, one negro and two white men. Don't know whether they were talking about legislative matters or not. TM Good Character.—Your character is like white paper: if once blotted, it can hardly ever be made to appear as white as before. One wrong step often stains your character for life. It is much easier to form a good character at first, than it is after it has be- come defiled. Slang.—Care must be taken not to use slang. A certain amount of slang does, in- deed, find its way into conversation; but the habit of using slang expressions should be gua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 22 February 1886

% mm Tie Hempstead Daily Ledger. JOHN H. HUTCHINSON, EditorM Proprietor. I Entered at the Hempstead Postoffice as Sec- ond-class Mail-matter. ■ HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, $EB. 22, 1886. The Houston Age is not much of a Maxey aftvocate, judging from the fol- lowing language: "The Age has never accused Senator Maxey of being a bad man. It has all the time regard- ed him as a good man. But when his advocates come before tfte bar of the public insisting that the state is in- debted to him for " valuable services" rendered, we respectfully ask for a bill of particulars." Mr, C. S. .Oberly, a gentleman of irreproachable character and a true frieiid of the laboring class, is being advocated, by his many friends, for . mayor of Houston. Mr. O. is the galveston News's correspondent at jI .practical printer, and a THE GRUI REGULATOR m E. P. ALSBURY Manufacturer in sheet metals, roofing guttering and general ■ M r PURELY VEGETABLE. Are You Bilious? The Regulate* never failsto curt. I most cheerfully re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 22 February 1886

j i. ...... i. 4 ii r A> i U 1 ;h'H 1 It % W:JÜ¡ "-¿fea . , is. . ■" •.4^Jai S- ' . /• -? The Hempstead Daily Ledger. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEB. 22, 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. ■ - ■ * ■ -- ■ , - 50,000 good T)rick For sale, cheap for cash, $10 per 1000. W. H. Wheeler, Hempstead, Texas. Bucklen Arnica Salve* The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required It - is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by James Armstrong. Conundrum.—Why is the Waller County Courier like the Republican Party t Any one giving us the proper answer to the above, can come up and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 22 February 1886

> The Hempstead Daily Ledger, HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEB. 22, 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. Burnet has three papers, and is on a building boom. The loss by the recent fire at Brown- wood was about $75,000. Coleman is jubilant over her rail- road and is on a big boom. Hays county has one announced candidate and that for sheriff. m 1 !u w The county tax levied in Tarrant County this year is sixty cents on the $100. JJ... J ... ; ... .. - % Sober and reliable men make the best officers. Our county should elect no other kind. A number of acres of new land has this year been "turned under" in Fannin county. « T;... mm The month of February is like a great many of our subscribers—a little short.—Springtown Pilot. February will soon pass by, and so should your delinquents. •+...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 24 February 1886

1 W -t VOL. i. NO. 3.'| HEMPSTEAD, TEX., FEB. 24, .886, Per Coi*y s'Cknts. Per Week is.Cents. Rain.—Quite a nice shower of rain fell in this vincinity yesterday after- noon. * More is needed. Let it come. Rooster Killed.—Capt. Bedell, who is now in Dallas visiting and par- ticipating in the chicken fights, had one of his roosters killed in a fight ^Monday. Lucky, it was not one of his best fighters. Gratifying.—It is with much pleasure we announce that the Daily Ledger is meeting with gratifying success. The people, old and young, ;are asking for it on every corner. Let u them patronize our " little effort" all they can, and they v/ill get a good local paper. Pugilist.—A white man, a stran- ger, and name unknown, got on the war-path last Monday afternoon. He was, as we learn, monkeying with some of the colored folks across the railroad near Wheeler's corner, and got beauti- fully and artistically fixed up. His head presented the appearance of a beef liver. ■—Huge Joke.—Bro. R. G. Wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 24 February 1886

Mí " . I t r ] 1 4 | " L 1 * * The Hempstead Daily Ledger, JOHN H. HUTCHINSON, Editor aM Proprietor. Entered at the Hempstead Postoffice as Sec- ond-class Mail-matter. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEB. 24, 1886. Montgomery County. (Willis Index, Feb. 19). Court matters here are exceptionally dull. A good shoemaker would do a fine business here. Our farmers are all well satisfied with the present weather and will take a little more of the same sort. Some of the subscribers of this paper seem to have made up their minds never to miss a copy nor pay a cent. Picnic times will soon be here, And so will ice and lager beer. Business has been rather dull during the-Appropriate Names.—"So you have got past week, owing to the close attention our farmer friends have been paying to their prep- arations for another crop. Don't allow a temporary enlightenment of your feet to interfere with the steady advance- ment of your mental accomplishments. The railroad cunvict train has been working in the yard here f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 24 February 1886

!3¡'" +- * •v The Hempstead Daily Ledger, HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEB. 24, 1886. JOB PRINTING. The Ledger has a neat, «¿ze/ 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. Laid TO Rest.—The San Antonio Daily Times of February 20 says: "The funeral of Mrs. Harriett R. Alsbury, who died at Hemp- stead on Wednesday, and whose remains were brought into the city yesterday, took place this morning from St. Mary's church, and was largely attended. The deceased was an old resident of this city, and had many friends here." Conundrums are all the rage now, some nice ones yre being gotten off. The Ledger had the pleasure of puffing a Boycott cigar yesterday, presented by the irrepressible Dick Hanks, of the Boycot saloon. ffl a> 3 ir> a> P CL P 3 CL W £ a CD • o- o> £ O CD P CD i"* P CD i-á o P P P- M* QC CD w ¡a C/J I I Since the equa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 24 February 1886

; "•C. "> lip Eh® "* I; i . PI MM 4 BÍ 5 F Ofs \& iwerat 3BXBUC*a&BB WmMm ■Hum P¿1 The Hsrqpstead Daily Ledger, JOHN H. HUTCHINSON, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at Ibe Hempstead Postoffice as Sec- ond-class Mail-matter. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEB. 24, 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 1will receive prompt attention. Give us a trial order. • Conundrum.—Why is the Waller County Courier like the Republican Party ? Any one giving us the proper answer to the above, can come up and get the cigars.—Mun- day's Daily, Answered. Because it is Farr from White. Cigars paid. Remember - the Three Brothers Saloon, Best liquors and cigars in the- city. Joe Nahm and Frank Ephriam, two shin- ning lights of the typographical art, went gunning yesterday, and killed a good num- ber of snipe. Plant vour gardens. planting is now m order. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 25 February 1886

— 0 I'ju ... ■-■ r-«oaB ?}$*• <€ HHHHin i/^"' «(pp^v BMb¥ fel® iOfiü • rr • 0 • • > 0 > HEMPSTEAD, TEX., FEB. 25,1886. J Per Copy sCents. \ Per Week 15 Cents. Three Brothers SALOON Hempstead, : Fine BilM Texas. Fool Tallies. LOCAL LORE. Episcopal ladies know just exactly how to manage and fix up an entertain- ment of this kind, and those who at- tend can rest assured they will enjoy the occasion. The Ledger hopes to see a crowded house and the good ladies come out financially all right. « • Is It Prudent?—Daily Ledger: Ten thousand dollars in bonds, at 8 per cent, for 25 years. The interest amounts to $20,000, making a total of $30,000. Is it prudent ? Can not bonds drawing less per cent, for a shorter term, be sold at par ? A. C. Tompkins. The Ledger respectfully refers the above to Aldermen McDade and Har- ris, as it is in reference to the $10,000 school'house. Monarch and Magale hiskies a^specialty. DMÜGHffBOTTLE BEER. ^spfcars kepi raK&P5* ■m Best brands of Wines an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 25 February 1886

- The Hempstead Daily Ledger, JOHH H. HUTCHINSON, Editor and Proprietor. * * Entered at the .Hempstead Postoffice as Sec- ond-class Mail-matter. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEB. 25, 1886. Letter List.—The following is a list of letters remaining in the post- office at Hempstead, Texas, for the week ending February 23, 1886: Ardersi, R F Beam, A T Bailey, Fred A Brown, Francis Brown, Sealy ' Brum, A N Hooper, Bettie # Johnson, O M. Kennedy, J II Oldham, Mack Turner, Rial Taylor, Warner Thomas, P Watson, Jacob Persons calling for any of the above letters will please say advertised. A. C. Tompkins, P. M. Prairie Dog.—Mr. Joe Peeble re- 4 ceivedby express yesterday, from Mr. T. H. Pointer, of Albany, Texas, a ■ i young prairie-dog. This species of k Vernal, while a^curiosity in this part of ^ the country, is plertiful around Albany. . m 1 "| " ;i Favorite Saloon, W. H. WHEELER. Prop'r., Northeast corner Public Square, Hempstead, Lexas. fiSST LiqUORS ui K6AS5, ax.ways o 3st hand. Make a Specialty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 25 February 1886

JOB PRINTING. The Ledger has a neat, new and complete Jé Office, and solicits a share of the local patronage in this line. First-class work and i reasonable prices guaranteed. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Give us a trial order. Bucklens Arnica Salve. the best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, ' tetter, chappea .haáds, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and [tively cures piles, or rio pay required. It is jf£j:<ygive perfect satisfaction, or money ^rice 25 cents per box. For saie by Strong. A Newspaper supporting the Principles > of a Democratic Administration Published In the City of New York. ILL.IAM DORSHEIMER, Editor and Proprietor. Daily, Sunday, and Weekly Editions. I is ¡m /vfejl '■M A Sixteen-page Newspaper, issued every Wednesday. A clean, pure, bright and interesting FAMILY PAPER. wmmmmmmmmmmmrn* ' It contains the latest news, down to the hour -of going to press r Agricultural; Market, Fashion, Househ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Ledger — 25 February 1886

Mg. : . ,V .. m The Hempstead Daily Ledger. roiiriinTillSoN. Eiltor and proprietor. Entered at the Hempstead Postoffice as Sec- ond-class Mail-matter. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FEE. 25, 1886. fa.* 4 1 it JOB PRINTING. The Ledger has a neat, new and complete Job Officey and solicits a share of the local patronage in this line. First-class work and reasot^gble prices guaranteed. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Give us a trial order. : H J E. P. ALSBUR Y Manufacturer in sheet metals, roofing 11 . ,# t ■ Agen ffor K ft> 3 *0 w r-f n> p o- 03 3 D- C/3 3 Cf) H • CL n> A.T BOTTO: ' ** *'v ."-v^ Í} ''Wvi* ■'"V1"" v* ' ' His leading stove, the > m 'Jm Is offered to the trade who desire a heavy, durable article that will last 20 years. Boi Stoves # Parlor Heaters Cheap Stove pipe manufactured from charcoal iron, not the brown paper stuff f sold by Dry Goods Merchants and Candy Shops. Hempstead, Texas. A.. "wrxxiDinsra-, FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKES, Hempstead, Texas. O CD...

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