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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 7 January 1871

-i— w Imi VtimeipiM, and net Pelio# Mvumrei, artt mt Men; The Order . Aüo tf&eda, whether good 4eded till that day . —Hou*7 Urove or «yfl, in wji n th* Irfcé'fhe basiel&ís Om. A. Daily, % rror* -j i O. O. T-—Honey Grove Lodge. Nn 6 MÜrité meeting* e ery Saturday night at <hy HirTrtiff'-H 1? Hooey-Grore Lodge No. tffi4 A. ¡C& A H. fcddB r« night on or tmication Saturday moon in «taeh month. T. B. Varbrougb, W. M BONHAM TEX / D. W CAiJi' VN H NEY GROVE & CALHOUN, ATl ORNEYS-AT-LA w, Bonfcam and Honey-Grove, Texas v * vni<J Ij s :'u ~ioK «Eft. W. WALL, « ATTORN BY AT LAW, Honey Grove, .Texan JAS. m tívi8 JAS M LONG BAVI8 & ATT1® AT LAW v f: t Vii-'' ■** *" tttíONEY-OM «£, TMLAS. OAoe tt Enterprise. * T 22. logué be recalled! .But there wiM^'iand Jfóhjí-endued, in^ fUwQll .Jlr:J,-i- unrolled before -us a-scroll of unsui' f*" í¿ti 3fc\ ^V.1^■ ifiS lied wbll«n))i 'T¡«e¡«u, taken. M. <***#«*** **>«. \UrB? ♦pen. and stands ready to filk it Ail' witfi the acti...

Publication Title: Honey-Grove Enterprise
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 7 January 1871

THE ENTERPRISE TCM B. M/RHKTT- EDITOR SATURDAY J ro& CP J no. G. nor. TBS HOLIDAYS. The excessively cold wtither mod- ified itself to some extent, and the mad. and slush departed (rom the streets in time to allow the gay and the Kiddy of the burgh ample oppor- tunities to indulge their " Merry Christmas." Ño damages have resulted, so far sb reported, ssvethst Larrison's gate wat* unhinged aa 1 carried otl during the fit at evening, and a vain attempt was made to rear the editor's buggy upon George bailey's hog pen, and another effort was made to bar our fiieiid Patrick from his store-door with wagoti'wheels—and ifeh' Almost eaerytwidy bad been kill- ing hogs, and backbones, rit s auti sausages prevailed everywhere in delightful abundance. Quite a gay dance, in which all the aimble-fuded devotees of the Terp- sichoreaa art in the village were en- gaged, came off atCapt. Rutherford's on Titecday night. Also another, Imntomie "hwuse«warmer," at Capt Kyhii's cm Thui sday night And a...

Publication Title: Honey-Grove Enterprise
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 7 January 1871

. dissóluííok. n The late firrn Price & Provine Ibas this day Di Bao1ved by mutual I consent. All those indebted to the same will find their areoú&ts in tlie hands .of T. B.JSarbrough who is | agent for the collection of all claims Priéfe & Provine. lot the firm. ;Dec. 28. 1810 Cole & Stubaugh are selling |their entire stock of Dry Goods at ¡)8t,for cash. Go and see them. STRAYED. from the undersigned, last spring, railes southeast of Uoney Grove, n (►ay mat e, 3 years old p .sf, branded irith two half-circles on left ahoul- 8er, one over the other. I wi I paj ftO.for her delivery to me. J II. Brovles - H. LEVY & CO.. BRAKCT OF TUB Tb tie BhUmm Mm of Northern Toxm : This beinf the openisg of the "busin«* season, we desire to call your. Attention to *?r*T' (re*h *«*<l«>rapiete stock of GENTLEMEN AND BOY8' CLO. HING. and A " * constan «tylee. Having a manufactory of our own- in New York, we think, that we are i justified ax. raring our customers and the publi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 7 January 1871

á¡£m ii. "'f\V t, ;.X. s * -<W* wL iitf mai i e am) fancy . j)ry gpods, W Ct'^ ■->■■ - * ■ ' - foots*, Show, Hats. Caps, and K* udy>nade clothing of j,hc latent style NOTIONS AND fAN\T ART1CUSS, 1 PY\ÁX il * lfi- — ( Hll Vi ' ** * ' *- - * * 1 ' 4 K'Vltíbi BOOKS AMD HTATIONKRY staple and fancy groceries Tinware, Hardware, pocket ai d 'fable t;iitW> ' i ' 4. * m | j J } ¿S O Í - Axes. Hatches, Hamrcers, Augers, Chibéis, Handsaws Cr^s- cutsaws, Ginsaw-files, Spades and Shovels, Grain Shovels, r í ' ' ' * . A % 1 V ; •* '• % Shovels and Tongs, Steelyards,vjyell-wheels, Brass Kettles,-Hay loiks, Garden Rakes, Tra<# * < y y v • ( haiiiS, Streti her chains. Hashes ai\d Collars. Horse and Mule Shoes, Hoiseshue Nails, Castings, Salt, Nails. kyán «3 baker. lot 4* «► ii •noil fl« celebrated 8t. Leate Industrial Plow, M <f «runy «tier srtirlfi tooyiipyfayfyMPptktftarfd.ftiflWct. eve>yt!iit iíWiaBy found n • fii t rti> wtfiMirhnreni IVa gvcdf kite bwn with cere, and w...

Publication Title: Honey-Grove Enterprise
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 28 January 1871

ir > ' MBMStSíízHHHSH Win fffjw V1*;! e.ifptbft] "■ «I! n i 4 JSWI* v*i.ífr ; .<■ r asa not Jtfiwt; íAe Greatest and *¿f n&í v-'h* Prtitcipl *U Ii/l k« worn Flv- * e Hollar a Year, isoiv^Y-O The 0|dais. O O. F. —Honty üt ove iLodge.Jtf itB «very Wednesday uight at trie e-Hall. O. G. T.—Hoo^y Grove Lodge. N<> 6 jg Its meetings every Saturday night at iasonic Hall. [oney-0 rove Lodge fío. 164 A. F. & A. holds regular communication Saturday lit yn or before full moon in each month T. R Yarbrough, W. M. A.. D ml y, Sec. D. O CALHOUN. honey grove. a. k.vlgftt, [ham, tex. KNIGHT & CALHOUN, AT i OR# EYS-AT-LAW, r Lam and Honey-Grove, Texas. ♦ /ill* «E0. W. WALL, attorn e.v at law i ney Grove, . Texas b davis, jas. m. long DAWS •«& ' JL-03«Gfe TT'YS AT 'LAW HONEY-GROVE, TEXAS, ice at Enterprise. 22. 'w ..'>¿41 i; m* CSo,r, TEXAS,, na; www ,« ))n>.n.n' r*rr~^—r-r «tornee James B. Harnett, iddle Harues Makéi?, iioney (¿rove, TeXas. kk da of wori done with nea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 28 January 1871

THE E NTIB PRlSfe as ii 1 t 'it TOM |r. B «■***.- 1Mb* - EDITOR. 'V 1 Jan.***; FOB CONGEE8S, JnO. 0. Connor Robertson county pays two dollars tpiece for wolf scalps. W Radical* areagain clamoring for Reconstruction in Tennessee, Horace Greeley bu bought a new hat, tbé third one of his tife. Bayou at Jefferson in fine boating order on the 12th *—' MP Jeff Davis has permanently settled at Memphis. ttT The Shij Augustine Advertiser quotes pork at six cents, cotton ten cents, aná corn at seventy-five cents. ftfe The Shermau Courier speaks of a certain " Committee" in that town that is "direlect.* What is that ? 4 ■ > 1 i m~ The Cherokee Indians are having a day of fasting and prayer to Almighty Qod for " protection against the tJnited States/1 _ _«■*— «• — W* There is a town out west that has no newspaper—bat the women •have a Sewing Society, which an- swers the same purpose. J9* Edward Latham fell from the thifd story of his house in Galveston the other night, walking in sleep, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 28 January 1871

m The Enterprise. 8AT0RDAY. .JftK.iM, 48*1. -UKUIlMCTKBg. •• The cbttfA bouse in. Honey* >venseds « new roof. Tbs church house in Homj- (jrore needs new ceiling. The choich house in Honey* re needs new weather-boarding. r The church house in Honey. 3ro?e is more hole y than righteous. r The church house m Honey Strode ought to t)e sold to 'the high i bidder. r The church house in Honey- Prove needs a new congregation— or the congregation needs a new ehprch house. ¿Judge Andrews expressed binfself displeased, daring court at Bonham, because there Were no negroes on the grand, jury. None of tásfcnsioess, according to the law, ut then it was to be expected His onor ceuWn't help showing a pref- eaoe for his own sort. Mud, mud, mud—never saw -¿no much mud. A gentleman rode all the way-from beyond Su!phurf crossed all the Streams and mud- holes on the road in perfect safety/ on Tuesday, and then got his horsA bogged idow«* in-one of the streets of Honey-Grove 1 The stage stuck fast in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 28 January 1871

J^8H BILLING^ 81HN0S. Them fokrs v^ho i sudden Apt tew be solid} lively strea: always shatter. Thar iz a real relish in oocashuuly being- pbooled. Solitoode it the idolness or one's fcatar. About the meanest thing thar iz on the face of the yeth fe a bashful hyppercrit. ¿ , Cr eerfnl old girls are the brides- maids uv society, w A man who bainfc%ot any firide is ike a dorg whft haint got any strentb tew his fail. Vanity's the sooperstishun uv pride. Beware u£ the dorg, alsow uv the whisperin man and loud talking woman/ Pie*$, like beans, duz the best on poor soil. A good wife iz a sweet smile from Heavent if 1 was a going tew pick np a en «ke, I certainly should ^take bolt nv the further eend uv hiib> w¡ A petted child iz like a bile what Wi'iit cmn tew a bed. The Digpfest pfiuol in the world haint bin bornd yit; thar iz plenty uv time yit. Contentment iz mere instinkt; feason teacher us that thar haint nor feadde.pt ought to be any sicb thing in this world. Marrying tew sobte ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 11 February 1871

jmfa to if of u *®ne Dollar a lear, Principles, and not Policy; Measures, and not Men; the Greatest Good to the Greatest Number. W: Invariably In Advance. Vol. i. HONEY-GBOVE, FANNIN Co., TEXAS, FEBRUARY 11, 1871. I?o. 3 I. O. O. F—Honey-#rove Lodge, no. 91, .meets every Wednesday night at the Ma- íSonic-Haü. • "fc ■ •./ ■ V «I.t©/G. fl\—®oney Grove Lodge. No: 6 üields its meetings every Saturday night at the Masonic Hall. ¡Honey-Grove Lodge Tío. Ifi4 A. F. & A M. holds regular communication Saturday night on o^r before full moon, in each month. A. J. Nicholson, W. M. ' Geo. A. Daily, Sec. \ jas. -b .davis. jas. m. long, DAVIS & LONG:. ATT'YS AT LAW HQNEY-GROYE, TEXAS. Office at Enterprise. 22. James B. Barnett, Saddle Harness Maker, Honey Grove, Texas. All Jkinds of work done with «neatness and dispatch. ' - 1 J. M. WII-LIAMS, Architect & Builder Honey-Grave, Texas. '"Contracts-solicited. B&siness ,per fected with dispatch. -18-ti. DR. WM, GAM6ILL Physician and Surg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 11 February 1871

THE ENTERPRISE TOM K. BURNETT EDITOR SATURDAY FEB. 11, 1871. FOR CONTÍRESS, J no. C. Connor. Learning to Spell.—Squire Dickey Peterson, the erratic orthographist who scribbles out the editorials for the little nigger Vindicator at Paris, writes a four-line article this week, and challenges us to find a mis-spell- ed word in it. Pretty good—gaining confidence in himself. We'll turn a leaf, and begin at "crucifix" next Wesson. — Little Dickey Peterson, editor of the Nigger Vindicator at Paria, says somebody ought to bore the head of the editor of this paper with a gimlet. Possibly so; but we •wager two coon-skins that there isn't a carpenter in. Paris*that could be induced to try his gimlet, or auger either, upon Little Dickey's head—too hard—spoil the tools. jKjT' Little Dickey Peterson, the anointed District Attorney of the Eighth District, who does the spell- ing for the Black Folks' paper at Paris, says if our noggin were bored with a gimlet that water might be discovered. May be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 11 February 1871

The Enterprise. SATÜKDAY. FEB. 11, isTl. LOCAL MATTERS. [)■ ■Man Killed.—A few miles- east of Jjadoitiu, one day last week, a young man named Early, son of Col. Early an old eitiaeriuof that 'vicinity, shot and kiíled an old man, a new-comer, •whose name we have net 'earned, on some slight provocation in regard to a pipe. The shooting was done with a deringer .pistol. Eirly «mounted his horse and escaped. Burned to Death.— A. young lady eighteen years of age, daughter óf Mr. "Humbles who lives some six miles northwest of town, was burned to death on Monday or Tuesday last under the most painful circumstan- ces. While sitting near the fire, her dress caught in a blase, and before it could be extinguished she was en- veloped in flames and burned so badly that she died the Thursday following. The afflicted family have our heart- felt sympathy in their bereavement. ' Getting Pay for His Year's Wvrk. —Not a thousand miles west of Honey-Grove, as we are informed by •some ©f the neighbors,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 11 February 1871

JL Hhooting Affray At Brashear. AVo leain from passengers by the inail • steafner this morning, some particulars of a blood^ affray at Bra- nhear. On Saturday, the city Marshal arrested some two or three negroes. One of them attempted to make his escape, and the Marshal called upon bystanders to take him, and finally, while the.negro was running away, ordered his posae to shoot. The negro wis shot by two persons, sup- posed fatally A mob of armed ne- groes, incensed against the Marshal and the Mayor of Brashear, immedi- ately collected together and pursued them. They took refuge in the tent of Noes' circus, and the negrees sur- rounded the canvass. The manager of the circus talked with and pacifi- ed them, end they stated to him _that they were after the City Mar- shal and Mayor, and had nothing against the circus. After the per- formance was over in the tent, Mr. Wilson, one of the dancers belong- irg to t}ie "Ethiopian Minstrels,a young Englishman, some eigh&en years of age, l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 18 February 1871

HONEY-GROVE One Dollar a Year* Pvinoiples, and not Policy; Measures, and not Men; the Greatest Good to the Greatest Number. Invariably I* Adrance. Vol. I. HONEY-C 4.ÍOYE, FANNIN Co., TEXAS, FEBRUARY 1®, 1871. No. 34. * L O. O. F.—Honey-Grove Lodge, no/ , aieets every Wednesday night at the .wa- soanc-Hall. I. O. G. T.—Honey Grove Lodge. No 6 held its meetings every Saturday nigh the Masonic Hall. Honey-Grove Lodge No. 1(54 A. P. & A. M. holds regular communication Saturday night oh or before full.moon in each month A. J. Nicholson, M. Geo. A. Barly,, Sec. DR. W. E, DAILEY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Honey Grove, Texas. Office in the Diag"~Store. JAS. B. DAVIS. DAYIS JAS. M. LONG. LONG, ATT'YS AT LAW HONEY-GROVE, TEXAS. Office at. Enterprise. 22. James B. Barnett^ Saddle Harness Maker, Honey Grove, Texas. All kinds of work done with neatness and dispatch. I J. M. WILLIAMS, Architect & Builder Honey-Glove, Texas. Contracts solicited. Business per feeted with dispatch. 18-tt. DR. WM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 18 February 1871

THE E N T BRPBISE TOM R. BURNETT EDITOR. SATURDAY FED. 18, 1871. FOR CONGRESS, J no. G. Conno-r. A memorial from 23 counties has been presented to the Legislature asking for division of the State. — —: We are under obligations to Hon. Jno.C. Connor, for Congressional Globes, and other favors. IgU. Trade got so .d l I in Jefferson the other day that one of the mer- chants, ti attract attention, had to post up bills announcing the death of the Devil. . m i 3—if* Badly Burned. —Six miles north of townl one day last Week, a young man (by the name of Reeves,, while under the influence of a fit or spasm, accidentally fell into the fire, ana wad so seriously burned that his recovery is considered very doubtful —I Our Representative in- Congress, Mr. Connor, is still winning golden laurels to himself by the bold and upright manner in which1 he defends the interests of Ms constituents. His speech on General Amnésty is a good thing, full of sound Democracy from beginning to end, but is too le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 18 February 1871

The Enterprise. SATURDAY. FEB. 18, 187L. LOCAL MATTERS. Solid Pudding.—We are the happy recipien t this week of a large, fat gobbler, ready baked, a special pres- ent from a pretty young Dady, whose sweetheart has been writing poetry about her. The gobbler is a brtbe+o influence us agaiast putting the poetry in print. Good—we would exclude tke President's Message for such a turkey. He calls her "starry eyed" Mol lie, though I TW O FAHMS FOR SALE. Three and alia If miles southeast of Honey-Grove, known as the Bell and Parham places, joining, first tract containing 310 acres, 40 in. cultivation, second tract 126 acres, 21 in cultivation, good houses on both, and lasting water. Plenty of fire-wood. Titles good. A bargain oftered. Apply to Wiley Hulsey, three miles west of Honey-Grove. n33 4t SPECIAL NOTICE. A1Í person® indebted to me will find their accounts in the hands of T. :B. Yarbrough for collection. They must be paid immediately, or I will proceed to sue 33 4t a P3 Q- O o o Ud 0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey-Grove Enterprise — 18 February 1871

y 80MET1HN0 HIOÍ.. I Among i lie mait.y hntton.-l ui!stí>i¿í, shirt-tearing to sa.y\ iwwtLiug oí" 44wi.men's fix i nsw—occurrence* . that- transpired daring our.late OhriNtnias | holidays, wheuthe. old forgot- their aches and the dignified laid aside their stiffening) and, together with / the youthful, went it with a loose- ap as i pi-'s nesn, the following turned unexpectedly as a dime iu- track: Not inanyv miles from this place the good iblks concluded to have an old-fashioned candy stew^ and the necessary quantity of "long sweet- nin" being handy, the affair was conducted, according to instructions oí' the older heads. Eairr hands added sweetm ss to the stew, drew out long golden shreds, doubled and redoubled and drew them out again, and the occasion was passing ofl «'merry as a marriage> bell," when a little girl, whose judgement of quan. tity and capacity of stomach did not well agree, placed.-on a chair a huge lump of candy, which on account of its softness could not res...

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