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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 19 June 1880

ros of *9* PB&i! OMlVIAf* DUtSO'TOny 0 SHACttf ' . i SLFOHD C'OUATr. iini judicial district: Judgo; J. AI. MOORR WSSSL 'IVmi or Court held on (be 8t i Monday after tho 1st Monda trm wii wondny after tho 1st Monday *W« of each | yeafraad ooutintHW lii seatilou one week. . CQCJ^TT COURT* fcliriUntf probate bo^inea* held M ^JPpB^ dtadga, pre- tfem. Prec't No.. 1 I >' « • • i .. .. ft «ugn*t andNoyembor. "r'■' 5 ..-> ;■■ '?■/*&.'■ I) COUKTS t; . CUS'S {SALOON • V II- ^rr if sS * ' The Go>M o14 Plate on (be Corner, 'SrKS v '"■ ' [$■ ' '$ '■"■■'' *•¥ v £ T-3 - ' :vJr> •' A Beer, Liquors, Wines, pad Oigaw, A-i $ ' .'' • •' '•';••'■ ■' aWJ..' /-5* : ' v-' $«.*.: THjp'piin89T : ■/■'fey It • #?> •' , / THE BEST PLACE licuU Brand IN Northwest Texas FOR BARGAINS ■IK* j. TAYLOR Bh'ADLEY, WATVl'i A:• !:> ItOCK «E- i'.m Neatly done nnd Charji's moderate. I'.UKISG Neatly (lone nnd satisfaction guaranteed < nuirlorcitp. v2n7* IN :<.- ^..i: ' .;■• .. . prv Goods, Oonta...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 26 June 1880

roBI fort griffin echo. every Saturday Morning it; —at— ; TIN, : : : : TEXAS. lOBSCKIlTION : i; year.., $3.00. Bit1 " 8.7ft. 15.00. 8t " W o. W HOBSON. klvw'. Pi-oprietor. VOL. 2. Omen ok Priii.K'a'rios : Noirrn .Sii>k (iinn in Avkxi-k. Hntkkki) at tiik I'osioj-i'ick as 8k<.oni> Ci.ass Mattkii. PORT GRIFFIN, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1880. NO. 25. SSSIOlfAL. I. BROWNINQ, 17 AT LAW, mi - " " Texas. rKbTABY PUBLIC. li**: - Texan. m IKE, i 1 ■ f/&r- ezu. quarter of a million belonging to (be IQwnwuiy. ' I Tem. •4 ' W. ''— 4 am m. * , / j 1 • m THE ECHO JOB OFFICE Is (iupplii'(l_w it)■ m « type jtud cltiin X10 liave The Best Press in the Country. Our prices for Job Work are a* low ns any country office can work for and live CHEEK. In western parlance there's a word. Which every one perhaps lias heard ; It Is not long nor^iard to speak, A monosyllable 1* "cheek." ) / And" yet 'tU/fniupht with wfaKbous power, ♦ r For if we but posse is this dower, All obst...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 26 June 1880

the fort griffin echo. XYour subscription .Iias expired If ran And a cross u the'niarglu of thin p,p<r. Please remit. JUNE ac SATURDAY Hurrah for Hancock! The Democratic National Con- Ttntiffl mat in Cincinnati, Tues- day. U makes no difference vhofU* the officers of the floatation, what the people waat to know is, who the dele- ggtet, toted for and who was nominated. The first ballot re- ined aTfollows n*M, Seymour. MoCIelUn, Jowett, English, Randall, Latlirop, Tilden. Parker, Black, Col. Jared K. Kirby, formerly of Waller county, died in Colo- rado last week. The census returns show Port Bend county to have a population of 12,000. This year'a corn crop in Fort Bend county will be the largest since the war. Cane and cotton promise to do equally as well. And now that all parties have their Presidential candidates in the field, it is in order for them to run out and oil up their stink pots and villifying ma- chines. All hands will get it and possibly all deserve it. S7S a choice u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 26 June 1880

the fort griffin echo. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1880. XOACE NEWS. The Cattl* Drive. 1 Dwtag Ik* week ending last night the following herd* here passed here: CATTLE. .BOUon, 3,300 cABoeetkenma, 3,800 / iWL a,<00 0.13m. a, aoo KHhT 641 .... 800 3,700 —Dick Crutchfield is in town on his way to Blanco Canyon. -Eld. Shackelford will preach in the school house to-night. —A glorious rain last night Thej*In fall tyas 1 3,100 inches. —Charley Swasey and Char- ley Daggett of Fort Worth, are in town. reported, 15,843 241,477 Total to dote, 297,330 Total corresponding week but year 117,37.6 ' , IOUM AXD JXCKH. —Captain Nick Eaton was in town this week. He is about starting 2,700 head of cattle to the Panhandle. Total, 3,108 , at Dl, . * " y. ; Houghton is at dfs quit* sick. W s deserted from k. E*q., returned Vutaday . Culrer returned Sunday noon. to now head n't saddle y night _bo«sbo. Hill, was In town 4tom Ms p^iuirfeyar1 But- life; ■ sh ••All •( Oonrad'o etook leifrooh and now.\|Mr«ld PrleM to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 26 June 1880

gfi$bKMARKS-\Nli miANl>$, kiukctuuy „r shack I Willi the name and |K)st-oIlli:<> address ol /•• 1.1 <t/U> ("or.V'/'r. , Terms for advertising brands or joards inado known on application' fluding stock In any of the nds, will confer u favor upon l by notifying tlicui by postal CUS'S THE BEST PLACE Una.I i;i :i • - in Jt diciai. uiiiick-i : t eartl or otherwise. v. M s.\ ~|§| ■m ; Godwin. Fort Worth. Texas. n fV>yle ercek, T miles Month ol aigl brands: Horse braml WOO on left Cod leftside, 74on left hip. E* CO oa left side, 75 ou -r —■—— T. L. U rcHixsoN, Judge; J. M. Moulin Attorney. Terms of Court held on the Bill Monday after tlui 1st Monday in April, Au<rustand Deconier of each year,and continues iu e«siou one week. COIJXTV COL'KT ; Terms for civil and probate business held ?!' !,o I Mondays iu January,' March, Muy, July, September and November of each year. Criminal terms held ou the 3rd Monday In each mouth. CO.tJtTY COMMISSION Kits COlJItT! C. K. Stmbij.no,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 3 July 1880

TH£,fqrt griffin echo. Kitli .mtwwvT.r.aur-T'i.'r i -tlMM1"*'—r •sa;iu...y Mumm? ^ .1;.^ -i r- I'fOKTGRIFFIN, : : * TKXAS. «u«acKiiTio.N: 0MC*r* * *«r S2.U0.. "*^1® :::::::::::::::::::: ,K: >r Ten i I ^ '> \ . .t. > t o o. ir jionsoy, l'roprielor. VOL. 2. Oi'i'Hij(«k l*i ui.ir.i j p >\ : Noli ill Si ih: < i iti rKf \ Xvis^r. i !\n.i:rt> .* r i iik I'o.-.Ti>i i i< j .*> Si:< o\i < i„vs> M vn^:- %• FORT GKIFFIN. KTIACKEl/FOR 1) COUNTY, TKXAS. SATURDAY. .ll'LY-a, 1S80. The Rest Press in the Country. Our | rlci>>- for.lol' .Work nn- a* low ** NO. *2ii. :my ftiuntrj ivttlci-1 an work lor and Ii\«• Curiosities of Omnivorous Man. :.'^v2 browning, AT LAW, - Teias. fe Peace «. - PUBLIC. «/ Tew*. X, rofajnlllJon longing to the idAaant j$.vf BhK> *'. [ . w|y^l bb, pM, r., Texas. mmlm f oouutie*, *as. . iSlONER 16^ Tex. iom, r rIN BAKER. rt'rom Land and Water. | There are numerous—we had almost said numberless—curi- osities in connection with eat- in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 3 July 1880

THE fort griffin echo.; tiik deadly ■ mjllk'I -c7" Vour sub cription lux expired it X you Jliul a cross on the margin of 1I1U paper. Plew remit. V. H. AliCl, SATURDAY. JULY 3. 1880. {Uncock is tbu candidate for tba Sooth. Victoria will rusticate this 'summer in Mexico. During bis ab&OM new plans will be Hutched oat for his eaoture. The court martial convened gt San Antonio to try Captain JJacolo, charged with the viola- tion the article of war by killing a soldier at Fort Griffin, | " " * _ ago, concluded its ont last week, render- verdict of acquittal. Lincoln was tried last the State courts with tbil 'same result. He was de- fended by Col. H.P.Brewster, who defend Qen. Triggs in. 1856, in court martial at Lou- Me. 0 ptftin Lincoln won miny warm personal friends vl^jtemmandant at this post, the wsuli of the trial gives gpKftral satisfaction to our oiti- iene, ■ ^#"'"1 ■"*' ' '* press ot Texas are unan- their expression of dis- at the acquittal of r, Currie; and this f, should s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 3 July 1880

THE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. saturday, july 3, lsso. -=*°==: HOME NEWS. Th Oattl* Drive. During tbe week ending las' night following herd* have passed here: CATTLE. — Mr. 1 >:in. F. ('-.ill*, |'iimi• ■ i!\ of this county but now of Yel- low House Can yon, was in town fault and l>att Thursday. Mr. Cole it iruicli :vnd liiiftl live ing 7,000 h«ad of cattle in the Canyon, but proposes moving farther north where lie can get more and better stock water. w mar V3p;-at a Justice's Court. i~KT il / WJR* S -•« V *•- v < I. A . 11 ulit.-i1, cliiiig>'d wiih ;is ■ry, plead guilty lollars an I cost. i g. 8. Blrchfleld. W. H.and W. A. Murphy. •' y * thla week, ly reported, i.oa.> 3,100 5.025 267,320 ite, 262,345 idlng week lastyear 117.075 HOMM AMD JACKS. igpraA 5,ISO —c. W. Abel sold l i meat \ market to T. -'H. Bennett, Wed- f neaday afternoon. —We hear thai the census re- show a population in jua- ^"%iednots Nos. 2 and 4, oi L«oo. Mdshdif if at C^nk*i> .. .i ' 1 . . ' —Hon, H. 8. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 3 July 1880

iVNl>*BKANIKS[oyyrci.it, nutKcrouv or wick '• (Wr .. xDiMKt.1><UUa pajMiffllc uddrean ol ; Jvcrtl||iig brands or 1 < known on application' t stock H> uiy of the I confer a fifvor upon ting them by postal- Worth, Texas. " miles Hoiitli ol *Morso r.r.roni) corsry. i -i iii jidk'iai. uisnuc r: T. L. IhcHiKSOK, Judge; J. At. Moo it k , AttorUviV. Terms of Court hel<l on the 6th Monday after the l*t Monday In April, Augustund Deoumer of each year,iuiUooutinues in session one week. COUNTY COURT ; Tern is for civil and prohitto business held on the. 3rd Mondays in January, March. May, July, September ami November' of eacu year. Criminal terms held 3rd Monday in each month. . cqu.nty commissioners court : • .. -. <' *' ■■■ • C. K. gTBtBLhto. County Judge, pre- Com. Prec't No. 1 mrnwt " ' \ a jBm>k- ■ « ■< 3 - * ' " : f 4 on the 2nd Monday in y, August ami November. Reg- on the let Saturday justice's .courts : J. L. P. Precinct No. 1. , KUichej ntar o. a, n J. V* P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 10 July 1880

FORT GRIFFIN, ahe rated her head, Will replied. c.:9SF 7* ; -Vv OmcK or Publication : North Side Quno Avuvi. Entered at the Postowice as Second Class Matter. ID COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1880. NO. 27, How th# Army.wprim Movos. 4 [Hew Jersey Patriot.] ' ghui- j ' • v") ting partsof Lpng Island and New Jersey is so called because ita0fcM«« ill idoh large num- HAv Mules Cams Into Fashion. : ■ ■■ ■■ ' . 'tlwv: ' ' ||§i (From the Woodford, Ken., Snn. r , Few of the farmers of Ibis are aware what a aahiagtou for the introduo- Didn't isom to Orasp ths Question .Some people, says the San- Francisco Poet, never seem to get th#!ght idea of a subject somehow. They at McAllister's the other etren ing of the suffering of THE ECHO JOB OFFICE The Best Press in the Country. •' ,• • Our prices for Job Work are allow aa any country offlee can work for a d the jiffffiifflir Carolina has SOytfOO revioas to 1773 there were «'*•& • -t ' f■ 5K.V'.vJ i; i-is' w :' •: w.* its *M*>ity, maSm ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 10 July 1880

the fort griffin echo. r.Jffif'1.1"" ~ —' " Your ut>«criptioii his "-x pi red It lOud n trotmiHi the margin of this t ramie. IV.JUtY 10. 1880. County Convention. __ I Of the respective Dem- Comailttee* of 8hackel> to Am call of thcDeino- M*w to f, on. Saturday, nk p. n.. In order i Bute convention, I Twm« Tuddty^ pnrpoM of noml- g State offloers. to you, to mil jronr reepective — ifjMd ooi)n" tu to rol Pfc may properly be of delegates to be > not desire to (invention, M ESEii,fi "tnwJI Ion, m 'A -■ • trains mi**:. inna- ►*' durhams. THE CATTLE FOR TEXAS. Mll.l.KTT'* HEAIMjUAKrKK ItlNCll. ay lor County, 'lex., July 7,18S0. Editor Echo: Now tlmt much of tbe political excitement con- comitant to nominating con- ventions for the highest posi- tions in the gift of the Ameri- can people, for both of the great representative parties of this continent having oaseed, ( feel that there exists a?sub|ect of home interest which demands oar attention. Does it not be- hoove us to turn oar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 17 July 1880

GRIFFIN ECHO. E every Siituriliy Morning —AT— |!JX, : : : : TEXAS. L aswcBirrioM: $a.oo.| P " ........ 8.76. • " ...... 1#.00. R7a. r xqbson, laA'g.f ' Proprietor. " Ornc* or Pubucatiox : North Sidk (Jhipkin avinck. Kktkkkd at tub Postohxick as Sbcond Class Mattkk. VOL. 2. PORT GRIFFIN, $HACKELFORD COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1880. NO. 28. THE ECHO JC3 CFF1CE Is supplied w i 111 liev tj pp m:<' cli in > to lime \ The Best Press in the Country. Our prices for Job Work are m low •« any country office can work for and li\c IONAL. AT Texas. W&M MISS BANGS. The beauteous, bnxom Bertha Bangs, Is one of our dlvlnest girls; She bang* the doors and bangs the chairs, And likewise bangs her auburn curls. She bangs upon the pianny, too,. And bonps upon the light guitar— But, oh, of all the bang* die bangs, She mostly bangs her auburn hair. Oh, banging, bouncing, buzbrn belle. The poet's lyre with rapture twangs, BeHxmsive to the Influence— To thy beloved and beauteous bangs, i i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 17 July 1880

feftlFFIN ECHO. ion it ah expired tf > tlie margin of thi* mil).'1 il hi ,1*1 1A Convention. Tampering with the Jury. It is ft very grave crime to try to influence a Judge in his decision of a ca^e in court or a Jury in their verdict. It should also be nil offense to bring to bear a pressure on any official in the selection of his deputies or other aids, and we i<\e a num- ber of Journals are at work making Gen. Hancock's cabinet for him. In the first ulace, he is not yet elected, although be may be in time; even if he is *le$ted, he is not fit robe Presi- dent tf he is not competent to select his cabinet officers with- out assistance from every coun- try newspaper in the land. We * Journals tve named a few good and en, men whotn we administrative ienttfc competently ition of a oabi- we do think nmptloaii Lleut-Cov. Sayers on Frontter Pro- tection and the Bell Punch. LieutiGov. Sayers in a apeecli to the ptizens of Houston on the 9tn inst., used the following language in refer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 17 July 1880

JAY, JULY 17, 1880. ;03WCZ) NEW8. new goods at yobk'8. wagon corers, at ' Conbad's. Jot weather this. |fe;clothlng new ; V YOBK&CO'S. lOrooae Is visiting ^gaFaUft Ion Bronze oof- HBP k «M-.\ > learn that —-Mng in A. Jeflress, Esq. arid wife, of Albany, were in town Tuesday. —The mercury has been up to 98 degrees every day this week. —County court next Monday for criminal, civil and probate business, —Geo. Shields and Jim Dra per came in from Albany Tuesday. I ^ —Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Manning and Mr% J. 0. Lynch were in town this week. - —Oui old type slinger, D. H. Meyer, came -in from Hub- bard creek, Tuesday. —Col. Steel is now carrying the mail from here to Throok- morton on the Fort Elliott route* k A pair of heavy weights, Flake Barber and Charley Mo- Cormack, of Throckmorton, —The Literary Society has been merged into a reading club; the next meeting to be held at Judge Stribling's resi dence, Saturday evening, 24th inst, The young ladies have taken the matter in hand which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 17 July 1880

t ItAJt'tS A N D Hit A N JL>S official director}' of shack land post-office address ot f for advertising brands or tkiiowiioji application r stock |n any of the (a, will confer a favor upon them by postal Fort Worth. Texas. > creek,/. miles South ol ■kStv. Bfcgtv,v.;y. Horse brand E-' ' I" woo fpi1 left i hip -ft 74 on left hip. left aide, 75 on ranohe I: • Wtocr*-' " m *f;v H i F.I,FORD COVXTV. i-ni juuiciaIj uiktkict: T. L. Htchinhon, Judge; J. M. Moouk Attorney. Terms of Court licit) on ' the 5th Monday utter the 1st Monday In April, August mid Decemer of each year, and coutluues In session one week. count* col'kt; Terms for civil and probate business held on the 3rd Mondays In January, March, May, July, September and November of each year. Criminal terms held on the 3rd Monday In each month. ' ' COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -COURT: C. K. Stribmnq, County Judge, pre- siding officer J. if. Lynch, Com. Prcc't No. 1 J. B. Matthews " " 9 G. P. Johnson, " " •' 3 F. K. Coniud, •' " " 4 p...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 24 July 1880

the fort griffin echo. " published every Saturday Morning —at— /fOETOBIFFIN, : : TEXAS. subscription: One OPT one year. $ 2.00. fin OopU* " " 8.75. « « 15.00. A HddfiF a. w Ronsoit, Proprietor. VOL. 2. Offici of Pi ui.ication : N'ohtii Sidk (jicipfis- A vk.nlk. Kntcked at thk I'osiorriCB as Skcond Ci.ass Mattkk. FORT GRIFFIN, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1880. NO. 29. THE ECHO JOB OFFICE Is supplied with new type ntid cUinis to have The Best Press in the Country. Onr prices for Jot> Work nre as low *s any country otllce can work for and Ihe k. PROFESSIONAL. BB0WNING, AT LAW, fiiirmri at;y, ••• Texas. STEEL, Abe Peace If*-*; ■ t : iSnkojc public. T<IM. abke, (EAXDAGEXT I. rof a million belonging to the Mpanr- "SEMINOLE SAM." An Incident of the Snake River Mln*s. if® L AGENTS, Go^ltaaifc of Ste- countlM, s court*, and col- -L )SEY, m$r LAW, iZA8. SB, TEXAS. lite. )M, FIN BAKER. with planar - TBXA8 r any Sew- .Lignoskl'a or of Wa :• jit* Store. IPTIONS A Conrad's...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 24 July 1880

Mlb*crlptioii hi* "xplred If rrosa o<> tlie margin 01' tliis irei " ACTA" W, 1880. nty democratic B8 Roberta. le first Tex- year's growth jforkat auo- id per: pound. at ftfe fol" ' *' • itry is being **an Antonio ®|||£;I)ftkota. alttl n§m ; to some ► been ij'tw •* School Exhibition. The annual exhibition of the Camp Cooper school took place at the school t$u8e last even- ing and was attended by a large audience including many of the citizens of Griffin. The exerises, consisting of dia- logues. tableaux, and music, participated in by Misses Vincenheller,Glover, Overstreet, McClaiu, Matthews, and 8pears, evinced a good deal of talent, the mtisical part of the pro- gramme being exceptionally good. *'The criticism has been made that it was more a "post-gradu- ate? exhibition than one of the school; but we think that the audience, as a rale, were better pleased th*" they would have been had the exhibition been one of the usual stereotyped Character. Prof. Dalryraple deserves gteat ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 31 July 1880

Saturday Horning ;%'JI 8M. ECHO. OfVica or Publication: North Sid* Quito Avnxim. Extihd at thb Fonomci as Second Clam Mattkr. VQL. 8. FORT GRIFFIN, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 81, 1880. NO. 80. THE ECHO JOB OFFICE U supplied with uew type and claims, to ■have The Best Press in ths Country. Our price* for Job Work are u low at any country oQlce can work tor pad Ihro A WAX LYRIC. ^' laadfonmoat Are, IwaQaaadlr*; t and #angre e, * ►fplaant) HHHBP fifths smfsoes 4, ■ ■ |m tbeaummeralr; on a wholMHM 111 i V-<- '* U ''■■m are, by her^ husband's rising] fortunes; no* "spreading" forthlj in .style of dress or living; no "airs." And in' Washington, in official life, that means every- thing—indioative of character. She has.movedjon in the tranquil t«tor of her unobtrusive way, in a life of absolute devotion , forgetting!; position ($ Wends, yet ma duty to bless her JMSt thotlmo to bo Ptoaiant. jl%e ^OW ^U 0f ' mem ' ' —m yS§l " and IHber Maggie made jio reply. 8he her hat and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 31 July 1880

THE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. I WL25 Your subscription lux expired it eross on the margin of this remit. AY. JUI.Y 31. 1880. «S PRERENTATIVE, i District.) 10. K. 8TRIBLING, ICOUHTY. Action of the convention. gH - . •— . OOVVJWTION. (OTChaix. DKM. EX. Com. i Bar. Dwtbict. kenrldge, July 36,1880. t of the 70th Rtprttenia- ffKH|< )£■;■: ' . ■■ ' . "b convention Is hereby ithe town of Eastland, , on Wednesday _ 1880, for the purpose t candidate Ibr. the legls- of the democratic s the necessary steps atlon in the con- 4 to tlx the basis ot * ave thatqoes- nvention. Shackelford County Democracy In Council. Rfprrtaitiv*. 11M Last Saturday the County Democratic Convention met in Albany and was called to order by Peter Ilart, chairman of the executive committee. A. A, Clarke was elected temporary chairman and W. W. Samtnona secretary. On motion a committee on credentials and permanent or- ganization was appointed. Pen- ding the reports the convention was addressed by Messrs. Hart, Black, Fisher,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 31 July 1880

Yorjc s. veek. ^latere suits clot g new ADS. Yobk's. --Whdn you want COods In Quantity, go to Confad't. —Advices from Mr. John Swartz report him :i8 gaining in I health and strength by his via-1 it east. He will return home! about the last of this month. | i> ! —Me*tcaiv coffe^at r*y • V York's. —The base ball club will meet for practice to-morrow. They are ready for another match game with the boys on the hill and challenge them for a game to morrow. —You cfuft. .now get anything m watft" wit^out ' Iookin^ fur- efthan ■/ 7 " York & Go's. i —County convention at Al-j bany to-day. I «. , , | —Proceedings of Commis- I sipners court will be published next week. --Plenty of ic« at Uus' Sa- loort', "and don't you forget it." *20'* , V —Mr. D. A. Nahce and wife were registered at the Planters Hotel on Friday. —Charley Hartfield has our thanks for splendid Mask- melon sent tb this office. —Messrs. H. C. Arendt, A Stewart, and Frank D. Pryor leave for the Staked Plains and the southw...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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