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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 20 August 1870

ENTERPRISE. ¡e Dolías* a Year, Prinoiples, and not Policy; Measures, and not Men; the Greatest Good to the Greatest Number. Invariably In Aüfance. Li. t- MOXEY-GROVE FANTSTIST Co., TEXAS, AUGUST SO, 1870. I A. No. lO. T9& e Ohunctiea. iptis '—JRev. Mr. Mitchell, first Sunday. JUMUKl&AKD StRESOSTEBRlAK—EeV. ¡ WiUiajUM, uvocufcd Sunday. W. ^««BWTKRiAif—RetíRolf't McCoy., third |ndsy:. -i Iktjkauist-—B«v. Jtohn JMner,fourth luday.. i The 'Oráeia. O. <D. IF. —Howey Grove JLodjge, ífo. 91, -M'tB eveRy «W-edueeday night .at the Masouic lull. A. jail delivery was attempted at Bonhatn l,-*et week, but failed ¿lightly, The Chicago Tribune charges 3000 dollars a year per column for ad- vertising. .80*. District clerkis have no author- ity under existing laws to take knowledgements to deeds, See. jt>lds its meetings «very ^Saturday m Masonic mall. iight at ac- Paris has a money order post, office. No *ieed now to risk sending your currency by the mails. Erigham Young says folks s...

Publication Title: Honey-Grove Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 20 August 1870

■*r- TI1E ENTERPRISE. Tom. R. BURNETT, - - EDITOR SATURDAY, iygG&ST 21X, 1X10. *>r X^inflr of Spain, KDMUND J. PAm OF TEXAS. SoittCítliiiMff rronlii ** *"* i We axe in receipt, JVorp Mr. Doho- uey of the Senate, a pamphlet copy of a Petition to Congress, lip "The People oí Texas " prating "humbly" (dowu on their mar row-bones doubt- less} ta tki*t tej&derly auction ate aawembly-to graoiously gl&ttt MS a r epublican form of government!.; in- steady of tilo, Dav4s Despotism,, To this Petition are signed th# ua#nes of a doz$n. or two* such old political shysters .as J;aob, Hamilton,. SJlisha" pbat , Pease,. . Dimmycrat Walton, Disubilit^ Thrpclfiqiovtocu, and B,en. Epperson. .It, is,- jv rieb. &oc.u#i&ut, and , in, last tb«i. moat laughable,piece of, statesmanship- e.ver yet.known,,to Te&as politicians- The, old;t.sfti;e- headed tricksters, aiiter, cursing, ajpd damning the Ut S*. governmental^ itsTCppgreps forbears for intc^med- dlijig. with 0jar. Sta.t4e af...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 20 August 1870

SATURDAY, AtJpUSrf m X870 local matters. Big potato from MS*. Ramsey's itch this week-r weighs a ponnef. Wantiu.—4;f,cei clever boy, at |is office—to make a devil out of, )wii boy preferred. On the south side of tho pnbhc square, A uj>owld" Irishman.—six- lentb amendment—duonk an&wal- T r [wing in the streets on Monday. ' - •- $6>r Breckeen's pet wolf tmed to [ink a círam Out of our lye-pat the her day. Didn't suit his cultured M*te much—npt nuiCti. °rQtvaiied Meeting,—The meeting in ssion for two week&.at Woode,'Fi*ai a, by Dr. Mavple aud otiiers,. closed Monday, with eleven aeeessi#us to e churcii during its continuance. >U,( h i.. ** •- Firae Com.—We have six ears of i nil from the far^jtai Mr. William )mliii«oti¡ that* average a pound id a half eaoh-^yeHow. coim, and Ty a good averié oí the whole Mp. lb lié d iíÍJ d: ce-JI >r-, L'ihl ,h.] IS- >d,Í¡ d. T I i 81 idij it kH| 1&<\ ti ld*| •ldüi lie.? en? MT'I U>j st;| )d< L io-1 lo, le ilk' i- 1- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 20 August 1870

! INDIANS. We clip the following from the Cleburne Chronicle: Mr. Charles Rivers had thirty hor- ses stolen from him on the 14th inst. on the Koichi,.Tack county. The In- dians, thirty in number, shot at Riv- ers' party, but hurt no one. On the 11th, the Indians chased Lynn and Herald a distance of three miles, to the boiure of Mr. Keeth, on the Keecbi. They shot into Keeth's house seven or eight times, fire was returned, and one Indian supposed to be Killed. One entire family was murdered, with the exception of one little girl, who was carried off into captivity. Another famity was car- lied off last week by the Indians, from Clay county. A party of In- dians visited Wise county about the same time, and came within three miles of Decatur. They were discov- ered gathering horses, by the citizens, who charged them and recaptured one hundred and five head of hor- ses—several Indians were wounded in the skirmish, and one white man. The same party of Indians killed and scalped Nick Daws...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 3 September 1870

warn HONET-GEOVE ENTERPRISE. One Dollar a Year, Principlea, and not Policy; Measures, and not Men; tlw Greatest Good to the Greatest Number. Invariably In Ad?ancft. Vol. 1. HONEY-GROVE, * FANNIN Co., T EXAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 187q. No. 1& The Churches. Baptist—Kev. Mr. Mitchell, first Sunday. Cumberland Presbyterian—Eev. W. A. Williams, second Sunday. Presbyterian—Rev. Rab't McCoy, third Sunday. Methodist—Rev. John. W. Finer,fourth Sunday. The Orders. I. O. O. F. —Honey Grove Lodge, No. 91, meets every Wednesday niglil at the Masonic Halt I. 0. G. T.—Hooey Grove Lodge, No 6, holds its meetings every Saturday night at the Masonic Hall. Friends Temperance—Meet .on every Tuesday night at the Masonic Hull. Band of Hope—metrts every Sunday evening, 4 o'clock, at the Masonic Hall. Honey-Grove Lodije No. 164, A. F. & A. M. holds regular comuiunicntión Saturday night on Oi' before full moon in each month. T. B. Yarbrotigh, W..M. Geo. A. Biiily, Sec. j. p. williams g. w. wall. Williams &a...

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

i Hi l< ■It ti., f XHK DEW-DROP. For the Enterprise. TJóaven .wads down ©nbreezes ligjit •TfliVpearly* dr< p¿« of LH w at night, "While-constellations from on high 9ei d,forttríweefe music. through..the skyt. Hi' owlody it «¡award rolls, FfotH/. heaven's zenith to her poles, While niateofs flash w ith mellow light Athwart the-hosts .thatigem the night. White auhie Nigfei broods o-fer the world, And Sleep's lighfc pinions are unfurled,, Kiom oat the Vault's atheroal blue la shed tran«pnroM<J SI ature '& Dow. As nectar pure, iu Eden's bowers Jluomeet this and world of oars— XJy h'a«d,«f God brewed'up on high, Mm Worn f Jgeaee and. Purify^ Whert from the east Aurora's Iigírt Tiiü gloom dispels of ebon Night; Throughout tlve landscape's broad:oxpsnse Behold the Dew-drop's radiant glance! TJio. flower, the rose, the bush and spray Are-^lothmd with gladsome ecstasy, And< valo and hill and mountain height Are streaked with, morn's bright roseate %ht This morning ray the dro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 24 September 1870

=== €ne Bollar alear, Principles, and nofyftolicy; Measures, and not Men; the Greatest Goad to the Greatest Number. HONEY-GROVE, FANNIN Co., TEXAS, Invariably In Advance. rvoi, i. ;MBEB 84, 187o. No. US. The Churches. Baptist—Rev. Mr. Mitchell, first Sunday Cumberland Presbyterian—Ew. w. |A. Williams, second Sunday. Presbytbrian—Rev.Rob't MoCoy, third ^Sunday. Methodist—Rev. John W. Piner,.fourth •Sunday. The Orders. I. O. O. F. —Honey Grove Lodge, No. 91. «neetB every Wednesday night at the Masonic ¿lali I. 0. G. T.—JHoney Grove ¡Lodge, No 6, holds -its meetings every Saturday night at ithe Masonic Hall. Friends of Temperance—Meet on •every Tuesday night at the Masonic -Hall. Band of Hope—Meets eveiy Sunday evening, 4 o'clock,:at the-Masonic Hall. Honey-Grove Lodge -No. 164 A.. F. &.A. IM. holds r( guiar eommunicatioju Saturday night on or before full moon in each month. T. B. Yarbroügh, W. M. Geo. A. Daily, Sec. ¡GEO. w. WALL, attorney at law, 4 Honey {*rove, .Texas- .. W. Moo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 24 September 1870

4 •| I New Exchangt.—Out sanctum is Visited by the Cherokee Advocate, that veritable "pickted tongue" concern that induced a cotemporary to imagine there had been a ttitro-glyeerine explosion in a type-foundry. The "injin" part of it 18 certainly the worst specimen of 'pi'd' literature it has ever been our misfortune to try to decipher, and iá, in fact, quite as unintelligible as the War dispatches from Kurope, Horace Greeley's penmanship, A. P. Boyd's politics, or a Dutch Bible. It is priuted by the Cherokee Nation, at Tahlequah, M. Boud- inot editor, Rev. S. Foreman translator. Frog Six-killer is agent for the paper in Snake doing District; Alexander Hawk, Charles Gourd, Huckleberry Downing and Spring Fro« are agents in Coo-wee-skoo-wee and other Districts. Rev. Oo-you-sUtter is a pbrson of the village I he Advocate speaks out in a bold strain against the e ncroach tafehts of Uncle Samson upon the rightful possessions of' Lo-tlie-poor-Indian, a. d snjs if they are now to bo driven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 3 December 1870

IIONEY-GEO VE ENTERPRISE. ne Dollar a Year . Principles, and vot Policy; Measure*, and not Men; the Greatest Good to the Greatest Number. Invariably in Advance. Vol. 1~ * HONEY-GROYE, FANNIN Co., TEXAS, DECEMBER 3, isro. No. ««. The Churches- LPTI8T—Rev. Mr. Mitchell, first Sunday berland PrESB yteriak —Rev. Williams, second Sunday. W. Presbyterian—Rev. Robt McCoy, third inday. MKTHODI8T- niaay. -Rev. Jolin W. Finer, fourt The Orders.. I. G. O: F.—Honey Grove Lodge, No. 91, Bet* ttverv Wednesday night at. the Masonic vll. ionej Grove,. LOSS OF THE V.IK UNA. FULL P ARTICITLARS. —Ou - O. G. X.—Money ds it meetings every Saturday r.ighi at n Masonic Hall. •, > v i.-! ail— was carried Grove Lodji<\ No b ¡ stíI, while the other Friends or Tembbranck—Meet n try Tuesday night at the Masonic Hall. fu*e> of Hope—Meets every Sunday «Ring, 4 o'clock, at the Masonic Hall. Jioney-Grove Lodge No. LB4 A. F. dfc A holds ivgolar communication Saturday ght «■ or before full m« on in each: mo...

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

* (I [S 'j>£. *U*TBRPRISE 'J < 5. K I CKMvTTi - &D1TOK í Al v ld-'AV, DEP.3 , ,l«m i UK CONGRESS, L en. J no.-. C. Connor. use Mui ried.. ai il tilth in ht>nt>y-Urovc, on Sunday t\i! n.g Noy tuber 5¿?th— hy Rev. J..o W . 1'ii.v i , iitiu in accordance with ihi- Ritual of the Am i hod i tit Church—Tom. R. liurnett, t i itor 1.1 tue Eutai'priue, and Mrs. Louisa O. L< * uiitU. , 'Hit ic, i.ev.! Jubt a* «C expected! 80much pit tty, pleasant Autumn weather, and ho n¡eiij tine u.couy uight* we knew couldn't pi ** I y without ¿orno e fleet—and.so it in' Wevilo lh * il> «u. v* uim growing serious and u.oody uhout yoiuo in tentador- "interna- tional" i iifeiH t>r |t uiitlict—frequently- putting OIK wi ld fv luiotller in his editorials spell- ing 'i« t Ke" lor "horHw," iiud ''her" tor ''hur- li'h,u uul iiiiHtt kiiig "political hobbies" l«>r •'poliiicul buhit b," ("getter vvitli various and biim1ij other - uwKwttrd uud unaccountable vaí;¿' 1111*, t-uthitw pt lining ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 3 December 1870

IIAM & TAYLOR, holosale Grocers, MISSION RECEIVING, and yarding Merchants Brick Warehouse on th« Levee, JEFFERSON, TEXAS. |nts for the sale of the celebrated iker Wagon, aud Krat's Portable and Saw MiH*. U Business Men of Northern Texas: jkful for the liberal patronage extend- |s, we, with pleasure, announce to the rim we have leased and removed to UU'ge and Commodious Brick Store fronting one hundred a¡ d fifty feet ILevee. For Safety and Convenience |mse cannot be excelled in the State; ited conditio.- rendering it Rafe from jmless originating in the b ilding itself, rge stock of Groceries, Provisions,. Suppli s, Wagons, Plows, and Farni- Iplements always on hand. Engines, ml all kinds of Machinery ordered lie Manufacture Ihave room to store any quantity of and Country Produce; also a large et apa'rt for storing, up f eights, facilities for Receiving and Discharg- r iirhts tmd unloading ami weighing I, will suggest themselves to ai.j oue |an undergo the fatigue necessa y to th...

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

—«■ - rsrrm*mm> «<* ^nwrmf ■— - H—M—M. ■■■' -• -- •• - - ■■ ■ ■ ■■ f" y /r ©p v 4 tí 9 dealer iv GROCERIES & FAMILY SUPPLIED •outb-ea8t corner of thi pubuc square, sonet-orote, ,mií, bobt. a. frio*. «. W. W1 Rice & WeH& j * Keep always on hand a (ill stock In tie above line, consisting a Whiskies,. Sugar,. Candies. > Brandies, Coffee,. Crackers,. Wines, Rice, Almond ,, Gins, Molasses- Nuts,. Cordials, Soda, Walnuts,. Pickles, Pepper, Filberts, Peaches, Jellies, Spice, Cherries, Ginger, ^Lemonades,. Tea* , M atcb Oysters, Pipes, Powder, Sardines, Snaps, Shotguns,. Chow chow, Mackerel, Caps, Etcetera, Et etera, BU. Hostetter, Drake, Fish, Argyle, Ha t, Gary Owen, and Old Homt Bakr*- STAPLE: AND FANCY DRY. GOODS, Bik'Ih,- lints. Caps, and Ht'odjm a(i ecl( jthinp of'the latest-style . NOTIONS AND EANCY. ARTICLES, fee? HOOJL B OOÜS AN.D. 8TATI ON ICR. Y STAPLE. AND FANCY GROCERIES «,i( ' **"" ^ ' ! t f ■ * ¡ f . , J f r ■. 'ft ©laN.switre, Qyf-ensware, Tinware* Hardw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 10 December 1870

f '•irr"r#Y"w~r-r i i i H St gPTl ffif w < «p ir." r' ~ ; . í - 'i i. y i J« 51 ?*f , — \ -'« ■ •. ít* i <j>a to hbii/t'.jfj Oír. | rni -<■■>.' 11 1 muflí fue Dollar a Year, VriUcipUn, anA not Policy; Mesure*? and mt Ufen: the (4reél*t fiood k tké «r¿Wí .V«mW. p r* • > ' . * • „,. ■ ■• vV " t, i ; I^.inxá'JI w, V ,i„ j • ' "" hl4jl ,w. 111 BMB^^WWBPWIiWWBMBpiBHIBiiipiP' H ># * * Mu n ■ ^.r tttp ^tu ,tl ■■ Vol. 1_ .H IIONEY-GKOVE, FANNIN Co., TEXAS, BECEMXIEK 1(), wVo. No. «¿41 The Churches.. Japtist—Rut Mr. Mitchell, first Sunday \ ?IIMBKRLAKD PrKBBYTEKIAK—RCV. W. A. Williams, second Sunday. Methodist— Rev. John W. Finer, fourth inday. The Orders. t. O. O. F. —Honey Grove Lodge, No. 91, eets every Wednesday night at the Masonic I O. G« T.;—Hooey Grove Lodge. N« I [holds it meetings ever y Saturday night at the Masonicr Hall. , Fkikmiw* or Tkmprhanck—Meet oa j ofcsry Tuesday uight at the ¥ ¿«onio Hall. Honey-Grove Lodge No. 1M A. K. A A t£. holds r gntar communic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 10 December 1870

THE ENTERPRISE} our nbishbobb. . —Strawberries TOM R. BUMfETT,. EDITOR SATURDAY DKC. 1O-IW0 KOR CONGRESS, Hbrr. Jno.i 0. Oonnor. ts- Piivi-niiiitH lV P venn-utB It Oh, for Pavi -40P- jellts | Pavements on the brain ? Pu\« un nt* aroond the sqnsre! tit" llnuiy.Grove needs a ivg hi- • debut 'lure is nit>tf paiiiliiiff-gn\uQ on in town aow than ever known be fbre. Ife. There,h uiote improvement gaing i ii in Honey-Grove n /w than ever l « fi<r« — I ut no pavement ! Almost a fire.— On Wednesday tnftrnmg the roof of 1 tlW storehouse of laikin^ton.&JIariul was discov- ert d tohe.wniive, causing, ^twisider «bk- exeiw-rnvMi for u few minutes Ltlckily it was extingnished before any eotaiderable damage was doiia 1^* Elders G-irdeuer and Michell, ©I*tin Laptist cbiu cli, ci*sed a very iuferet-ting meeting cn Monday night CiN-d preaehing(/good singing, g od ordri—but no. cauversiouH... Honey G*>ve is too hardi Not more, sinful l^au othar t towns, .-but; then—tl#e /iniigl 1} can't "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 10 December 1870

íÜte h. levy & co., ng. Emporium. EBSüN, TEXAS. iira ven or THE ffew-Ytrk Cloth! JEFFE To the Business Men of Northern Texas: This being the opaaing of the business •eason, we desire to call your attention to aur very large, fresh and complete stock of GENTLEMEN AND ROYS' CLO-HING, and Furnishing Goods, now on band and aonstantly being received, of the very latest styles. s Having n manufactory of our own in New York, we tlihik that we are justified in as- •wing i m* «HífrHne** ud* the public, that we culi and wiIP* -tt to conn try merchants andj«iW:e'«, us low as they can buy in New Orleans, wi'li t eight ami' Jiargeradded ' Hiiviug located here permanently, md with a long a d tliu ough experience in the business ue can please all who patro> ice us, a n*l> trough denm- ti mjike the icqttaiiit- ance of -11 w ho visit o«ir. city. We suarau.ee to ¿ell below New O leaos prices. Hpiug you will at leas favor usw:tha call before purchasing, we are Reapedfully youis,. II. LEVY &a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 10 December 1870

I II I l*- fw ■ j e, 4 • DEALER IV> STAPLE AED EANGY. DRY 6O0DS,. T ' , - * 7 Jj r j? t T a ' Biou, Shoes, Hats. C:i{ s, and- RendV trade clothing fit the latest sty leu. NOTIONS AND FANCY ARTICLES, . SCHOOL 'BOOKS AND HTATIONEBY STAPLE AMD FANCY 'GROCERIES CWassvan , Queenaware, Tiiiwrnf;.. B«nlware, P<*t ket and T;*Me Cirth i\\ * Axes, Hatches, Hammers, AUgers, Chisel , Handsaws Cros- cutsaws, Ginsaw-filcs, Spades and Shovels, Grain Shovels, 4 Shovels and Tongs, Steelyards, well-wheels, Brass , * I Kettles, Hay Folks, (jarden Bakes, Trace Í haii n. Stretcher chain*. Hames andCollars;- I " ' ÜÍorse and Mule Slioes; Horseshoe Nails, Castings, Salt* Nails Bagging ana Tier. Vis mMMN IU LmIs Iadastrtal* ^ 4g| man? . other article* too numerous to mention; and, in fact, orerythiair sssaBy foead in glut Hhm establifhment. These fM^fkmbwa «lectéd with caret and win * «old at ^to^thi ni * t* ny old rantomrm antf*the f^Mie^iilrallf'fli® their venr liberal setrnirsefor th«- past four y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 24 December 1870

.iría YA1ST/TA8 T|r-:7-.-^ar -i-U'i ,¿¿..Aun -,m,Ttr- .-.Jli'l, ■.-."i'J V.IJJ- ■■■■■• Vol JU;v r* a: t >*$ ¥>* Wm Mwsime*. and not Mvm. fhe Greatt*t Goodto thé Greatétt Jfrtohr. ~ r ■■ „ 'm; .'i in, i 1 tittt ' íu á ssítz > iCo.,', TEXAS, 'XKBOTlÉÉáER IrMiTIIM. uü .U .o111 -fete :• « a^ete every Wednesday rapftfc aÉtfce Maseni? 'V . i (. I >•• •• 'Hi. ti> i i O. .<£ K¿ -'¿ holds its meetings ever; Su-tucday íiielife afc tüe Masdti Háill <':' >'• "'W' li • '- (' , 4 i i 71 ; ' _Honey-€fowe Lodge Ifc>. A.]'Vt:A'A- M. hotd ~-BfgylbiM-MwwBgjgaftwni Saturday night *!.o9[ fafave; fuj®jp wu. jj},«Mmtjk 'tiWl'jfr ifaify, See. ' ' "" 1. ' D. C. CAl,UOUN\ HONEY GHOVE *rtA!*S & K SIGHT, ■iON1HA^r',> TEX. «VANS, MISB1 * eMH¿fW, ATI0ákÉtS~ÍT -L W\ . :•, •• 'Ji Í' Í :Jiu ■ Hbiihan smu& T*oney-£ nm;, ? WcÉf" WonJ úovMitjr rías huí one post office. it fft-3- And the Greenville Herald ' ■ Í . • t • • '' J ' ' ' *, • < * > I l < feeepa on spelling c i-s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 24 December 1870

¿f., av* SATURDAY DEC. : FOR «QNGHE&S, J no. O. or. jiiit ■ !■ fN QflT* Calicoes from 9 to cents at €«le & Stobaugh's* i MP* A four-horse stage, as we are informed, is soon to take the place "si the hack that'is now rnri on the lot'd \>< tween tbis'pb«ce and Paris. . . . ■ !# ''« - ■ I r , BS- You who want godd comfoili- able ready made clothing, go t> €ol< & StoJ^ug/s tó buy tfivm whih {f they pie selling them at cwt. paper will be issued l'r« n , th.Ki ffiue heat week. Printers, like evHybody else, like to "take Christ- ii a* " ''lis añ old custom we \ery a n. h d« light* toftn?ffor , ' II mlwii •' v Ladies Would do well to buy their CloakS or material for' making thim from Cole & Stobaugh—they Have jiist received a lot of them and are selling them at cost and car- riage. "■ Jfe. Christmas will soon be .hen> again, with all of its good times and n good things. Presents will prevail " and feasting Will abound. And the question naturally arises, Has no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 24 December 1870

L UEVY & CO., •Tirk BRANCH OF TBS* ,í Clothing Emporium JEFFERSON, TEXAS. ear^d^HoT^O oests par copy. «■e desire to call .your attention to ■■: V,* •,- < OAHP. large, fresh and complete stock oí By ike death of Mr. O. W. Hootiig^M. *ke EMEN AND BOYS' CLOxHlNG, firm of Payne, Huntington A Co. is dissoW- /IaaJ* nAw. An A amJ . Ail. ffikinff ftffiiAt iWin ATlll aAat !Í1 it ultimo.— K the Business Men of Northern Text*: his being the opening of the busmew son, we desire to call your attention ' rery I fcNTLE H Furnishing Goods, now onhand and bstantly being received) of the very latest lies. Having a manufactory tff our Own in New Irk, we think that we are justified in ae- '"ing Our customers and the public, that can and will sell to country merchants Id Jobbe 8, as low as they Can buy in" New I le&ns, with f eight and imrges added, '• [Havibg looted here permanently*' and fith a loftg a d thorough &peirience in the Leiness vf é can please afl who patronise us, pd strongl...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 24 December 1870

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Publication Title: Honey-Grove Enterprise
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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