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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 27 August 1881

THE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. ruliiUluvl 'ovrry , ShiumIu.v Morning —at— ruBTOItlKKlX, : TKXA8. i ftUDSCItlmu* : ; Dim Copy one your i...$ 3.00.1 *'ivc Copie* " " -8.75. j Ton " - " " 18.00. L- ... AdddcM,. (I. W JtOHSO X, J'f-o/trietur. VOL. 3. Omen uk I'I'iii.icatiox: North Mii.k (immn Avkkhk. Kvru.u i. a i ihi: I'u.vmri .< k as *kiovi> Ci.au . FORT GRIFFIN, SITACKELFORD COUNTY. TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUG. 27, 1881, PROFESSIONAL. IN THE FAR WEST. THE F.CHO JOB OFFICE Ih nii|i|)llfil willi ! •« type iimt ciuiin* to have The Best Press intlie Country. Our r.rk'i'* ti>r Jub Woik are n* low its XO. Ii'). uny country ollliv i'iim work tor ami live. J.,N. BROWNING, Attorney at Law, Mobeetie, Wheels County, Texas. BiulneM lit auy part of the I'nnhandlc «f Toxxh entrusted to me, will receive prompt attention.. C.«. AVIEH. LAWYER, FOBT GBIPPIN, - - - - TEXAS. Will |nelk*1n sH courts of thU State, - ' ' item., contract*, ete., in with Hid common nnd actasneent. _____ and «laini9 recovered iifc....

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 27 August 1881

GRIFFIN ECHO. Th® Heavenly Road. Revenue Notes. X vou find a truss on the nkartrtu'uf this PImm remit SATURDAY, AUG. 37. 1881. Smallpox reported in Houston A Chicago man swearn lie will kill Guiteau if the latter is set at liberty. A loaded pistol wan found in possession of one of the prison- ers conlined in the Graham jail. •' m w m ' ■—— Houston Ice factories have al- lowed am monia to escatie in to Baflalo Bayou, from which millions of ttsh have died and ara floating on the surface of the water. W. D. Frith, living near Co- aanohe, swallowed a cen tiped patently while drinking Water from a keg. It caased no ill effects as it was d ead and was almost immediately vomited up. The Fort, Worth Advance is vigorously laboring in the cause of morality and law in its en- deavors to abate the evil of Sabbath breaking by merchants and. others who sell their goods on Sunday. Vennor, the Canadian weath- er profit, said we wotdd have fiostsin the south and freezing weather in the northern Stat...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 27 August 1881

THE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO SATURDAY, AVJU. *7, lttel. HOME NEWS. • I J will ivi'i'ivo new L'IHRIH -1 daily lor iht* next thirty days, j Come and get good bargains, *31 E. KUAMKKL. AUSTIN t« acamoioatk von tiiis location or tub UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, and rMpocI^illv solicits tin* vote* of the neoole at an election to bo licUt on Tucs- 4ay, September U, 1881. V8 ^•TbeV«ter orTexM. THE CITY OF HOUSTON If A oakwddatk fob tub location Of the medical branch or TBS STATE UNIVERSITY. And retpecttally solicits your suffrages. —Sheriff Simpson and depu- ty Henry Ilerron, went up to Seymour yesterday. —Laces and trimmings of all descriptions, at *33 E. FKANKEL'8. -SIOCKMKN'B headquarters. vork-parkek-drapkr mer- cAimuscd^ *23 •—Hotter'u 'ell. —Cupp & Co. shipped two loads of goods to their Colora- do store yesterday. kansas corn, MISSOURI OATS, texas bran, at • y-p-p.lt. co. —Flake Barber, Ju<^je Bar- tholomew and Glenn Reynolds, of Throckmorton, were in town BfeMp ^esdqasrlen, yesterday. •II ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 27 August 1881

The B*«t Husband*. .!W«viMa a..a^wig«Kiakin . VMK mmlhj The beiit husbands I ever merj came out of u family wln-iu the mother, n moat Umuic mid sell denying woman, laid down the absolute law, "GUIs first." Nut in any authority, but first to bethought "of, as to protection and tenderness Consequently the chivalrous care which these lads were taught to show to their own sisters naturally ex- tended Itself to all women. They grew up true fjentlenieu— gentlemen, generous, unexact- ing. courteous of speech and kiud of heart. In them was the protecting strength of manhood, which scorns to use its strength except for protection; the proud honesty of manhood, which in- finitely prefers being openly and lovingly resisted to being twisted round one's linger as mean wen are twisted, and mean women will always be fonnd ready to do it, but which, I think, all; bonnet men and,brave women would not merely dislike, but utterly de- spiser-Jfr* Mtdooh. Craifc. CHARtEV MEYER'S Oattle Exchange, SALOON ...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 3 September 1881

THE FORT I'UMMmmI GRIFFIN ECHO. Murnhi" every Salimlny —AT— fOKT OBlFKIii'. ■ : : TEXAS. Sl'lUkCltllTION : On* Copy' w year $ a.oo. five Coptee " " 8.75. Ten ** " " 16.00. Adride**, (i. IV JtOBSON. Jhroprielor. PROFESSIONAL, ) r c THE ECHO JOB OFFICE 1* mpnlii-i] uiih mw t-ypi* MPit i'lilitilh tO Omen OP I\ III.ICATION: Noiitii Sji>k Umm.1 Avkm<k. Kntkhku at tiik IN.st. II'I'II. It AS Sw i'NI) Cj.ass Mattki:. VOL. FORT GRIFFIN, SHACKELFORD COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 1881. NO. The Best Press inthe Country. Our writ ' s tor Jul) Work are :is low ;ih ally country .olUee o-.in work for iinU llvn. V. N. BROWNING, Attorney at Law, Vobeetiei Wheeler County, Texae. BiulneM* In any part of the Panhandle of Tums entrusted to me, will receive prompt attention. O.«. MVIE8. -I.AW7ER, FORT (HUFFIN, - - - - TEXAS. Viu |>rMlice In all court* of thin State, ip ionveyancen, contract*. etc., in Ity with the common and i and act a« agent. chUni te and (Jnlon. ims recovered I. MELVIJr, BNEY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 3 September 1881

the fort griffin echo. Voiir" MiWriptinu liai>- **x|>irctl il you Mini n cron mi llii- iiiiirjrln of tlii~ X pn)wr. Please remit SATURDAY. SEPT. -3, IHS1. El Fauo has a the Indepenpeut. daily paper, Prairie fires , Lave greatly damaged the range Weat of Sun Antonio. Seven cauip meetings were in foil blast in Comanche county last week. Assessors' rolls- received by the Comptroller from seventy- five counties, mostly show an increase in taxable property. The State treasurer has pur- chased $500 worth of copper cents to make ohaoge. He doeB not intend to lose the fractional part of the nickels. i i ^-jlwrf-^i " . 1 t r During the year ending June 30th, 1881, the {Jnited States exported products to the amount of (800,000.000.- - Remember the election Tues- day, 6th inst., on the location ot the State University, also the amendments to the Constitution. The agricultural commission of the'Ontaiio government re- ports four hundred and seventy cheese factories in the thirty- six count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 3 September 1881

the fort griffin echo. satl'RDAY. SHUT. 3. 1831. home news. AUSTIN u acamhdatkfok tub location of tiiic UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, and r«poetfUlly solicit* the votes of the mople at an election Jo tie held on Tues- day, September U, 1881. T« The Voters of Texu. THE CITY OF HOUSTON 114 oaxdiddatb fob th* location of THE MEDICAL BRANCH OF TDK STATE UNIVERSITY. And respectfully solicits your suffrages. 11II HIIII 11*1 -gXOCKMKN'S HEADQUARTERS. YOBK-p ARKER-DR aper MER- CANTILE CO. *23 —District court conveues Monday, 19th inst. IkMp Xea'i Headquarters, •II F. E. Conrad 4k Co's. —If you want to get real good bargains go to E. Frankel's. .' . *24 —Allen Cupp returned from Colorado Tuesday night. Cattle *•*'• Headqaarter*, •Hi'; ■ F E. VearMl A Co'a. -^llsw styles clothing, at ••88 fe.fe:','' Frakxel'b. . —Aatomn zephyrs will soon —: — UimU and Tenia at I. Conrad A Co'a. earpets, carpets, a tent at ■ : 0.. Mktbr'S. *uncle' Jimmy LovcjJoy of 'f||piglocainty. "spent- a portion oflhewe$kBintown. —...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 3 September 1881

Church and State. "Ybb," said Gus l)e Smith,! "these auloontf should be cloyed on Sunday. They tye doing j more lo break down Iheeluuoh- ea tbah «v«ryihlng else pat to- gether/' wHo«r is that I" A "Weil, now, for instance, that saloon keeper ou the corner ot the Avenue swindles my poor pastor one of fifteencantfl every Sunday." "Howdoes he do it!" "Well, you see, I stop in there on my way to-church, and, as he wont credit me, I have to shell oat the money I put in my pocket to drop into the contrib- ution box. He robs me of those church funds every Sun- day regular. He ought to be yiddeu on a rail.—Sjftings. rewsx^sxis BEAD I f-W REWARD. watt*. «ae No. 1S . WUfioT"^ reward ftp return of same. Address aitr ZENO HEMPHILL, Fort Griffin, Texas. EAM8JEY & CHAPMAN, _ v ; ■ '< ' *"•' * i- '•K3S CUco, Texmn. nffmS •: . iorm v "l ' • < V - '"iw" ■d tA fhnUli - ;■ ,11;' win V- ■ , W' - m . ■i'.'v; ' '" i',, iL'*""'' ■ J. ■ '? ■ ;■ ; 'v ' .v " i"""- r :u"i ■'1 ' • •'* " k- Vi- 1 Exch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 10 September 1881

the fort griffin echo. i'uttlUhed rviry Hutiirduy Morning —at— JPOIITUKIKKIX. : TKXAS. kciuu'iiiition : One Copy ink' '«"• $ 2.00. Fl*e Copied " " S.7.V Ten " " '"' • •••• 1S.00. A<I1UI<<8*, a. ir jiOHsax. Proprietor. Ofkh k ok i 1 iii.u'a iliin : niiiitii king (Siiikkin Avknik. Knikiik.ii at tih; j'liftoitu'c; as sk<i>ni> ci.AM mattkh.j VOL. 3. FORT GRIFFIN, SITA<'KELFORI) COUNTY. TKXAS, SATURDAY. SKI'T. 10, 1881. NO. :i: . . .. 4 Hi ■■•'mJk't.r .y. ■ ^ THE ECHO JOB OFFICE U supplied with n< w typ«* and claims to ll.'IVM The Best Press inthe Country. I Our urii'os for Work urn ns low ax I :uiy itiuulry olllco run work lor ami live. PKOFESSIO\.U.. j. n. an owning, Attorney at Law, Kobeetie, Wheeler County, Texas. Business In any part of the I'nnlmmtlK of Texts fiiirunU.il to ui<>, will melve prompt attention. C. R. DAVIF8, LAWYER, FORT GRIFFIN, - - - - TKXAS. ' WO! practice In all courts of thU State, draw up conveyance*, contract*.etc., In «trlot confo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 10 September 1881

fl«V THE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. Tho ^ruoidunt's Condition, XYoiir i il>«rri|)li n lu •*x|iiml ii you lliid n eroxx uii tile margin of lliis paiw. I'k-ancn-mlt saturday. SII'T. 10, 1SHI. A water famine prevails at Richmond, Va. Drouth is the cry nil over the United States, Kansas is fast coming to the front as a sheep raising State. In a fight in Fort Worth last week. Hike Mioatity bit off Al. Harlbert's nose. : New corn, of inferior quality, is worth one dollar per bushel in Fort Worth. The Comanche Chief came outlast week with a patent out- side.- .■ The Breckenridge Texian is out in & new dress and looks as "fiwsh and bright as a young school frana.'^ . v The headquarters of the Tex- as 4 Psolfio railroad has been moved from Marshal to St. lionis, Mo. Tuesday was observed in most of this Northern State's as a day of fasting and prayer for the leopvery of the President. ^ tfltion of the Presi- s mnch improved. Tues- waa removed from the iilflaenoes of Washing- >ng Branoh. Iti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 10 September 1881

THE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. --Buy iHi mii!,v in.in *:>t kkankki,. Saturday. sr.i'T. 10. issi. NEW8. stockmkn's IlKADQUAltTKltS. VORK-pa K KKIt-Dlt A PlC U MI'.U- CANTILKCO. •« —District conrt.Monday week gheep Men'* Headquarter*. I]t F. ]J, Conrad A CoV —Prof. Dairympie opened his school Monday. —If you want to get real goud bargains go to E. Frankel's. *24 —Mrs.. Paul Hcetle is quite sick. ' Cattle Ke * Headquarter*, 1S F. B. Cenrnd ACo'*. —The masonio order is ceil- ing theflchool.houae. —New styles clothing, at *28 Fkamsm/S. —One of the stage horses on Eastland route died here Tues- -Wage* sete and. Tenia at ' ~ CmtwI* Co'a. a cow man ■peal the first la town. carpets, carpets, a * ; " MpfC. MOTKB?«. —morning a|t8 —And still rain does not come to bless the land and inaku tint hearts of the children of men to rejoice. —I will receive new goods daily for the next thirty days. Come and get good bargains. *31 K. Fkankkl. —GOI.D D1UP SYItUP, at •2« Y-P-D. M. CO. —Justice King, sheriff Si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 10 September 1881

Nut a Coorl YVI mutts. Yesterday Uillionlv met Gtia l)e ;Smith coming out of a sa- loon on Austin avenue, as drunk „9 a boilwd owl. "Are yon drunk again, Ghis?" "Col. Gilliooly," «aid Qua, straightening up, "I'm too far gone at presbent to form any opinion on subject under dis- cvMhon"—Siftinq8. A French officer, in a bombaa tical manner, • reproached a Swiss, with whom he was quar- relling, with his country's cua torn of lighting on either side for money ; "while we prench- men," said he, "fight for honor." •'Sir." said the Swiss, "I have no doubt we all fight for what we need, most." A story io told of a German shoemaker, who, having made a pair of boots for a gentleman of wbow financial integrity he had grave doubts, made the fol- lowing tttply to him when he called for the articles: "Der ooots is not quite done, but der beel ish made out." There is no place in the wide world like home. It is the dwelling place o"f the heart's treasures, and the first of out Uvea we; owe to it an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 17 September 1881

VhE- i on i bftiFFIN Loriu. fublUbtftl every Saturday Morning! —AT— fOR'i WIIWIN : 'KXAS. - SUHSCKIPTIOX : One Cop* on® *«*'• $3.00. U Toplea " " .. 8.75. fire Cop! Ten •• ♦ 15.00. AtdMeH, o. w rohsok, Proprietor. Hw i ■ ■'!u t iLL \1&{' Ofpick ok Publication : N'oinii Sii>k Uiumx A vknuk. Kntkkki> at tiik I'o.siiHtick as Skcomi Ci.a<s Mattkii.. VOL. 3. , FORT GRIFFIN, SHACKELFORD COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY. SEPT. 17, 1.881. NO. :ut. U s'tpjil'm! with :jr\\ ivpt :uu! claims lo ! :* Vc-, The Bast Press inthe Country. Our liiioi'i for Jot. W oi !> arc n low :i.« iinv cdiiiim v olllyo 'run work fornix) li>(>. PROFESSIONAL. V. N. BROWNING, Attorney at Law, Koba«H(M IWWb* ■ Oonuty, Texas irt of the Panhandle to me, will receivc IN THE MORNING. A True Incident of the War. Bmlnew of Tex*«—-- prompt attention R. DAVIE8, .WYER, W, - - - r TEXAS. all courts of this State, inoee, contractu, etc., in with tlxi common and act as agent, and claims recovered Union. |&iiiaLvi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 17 September 1881

< - T . :cno. the fort griffin Iuk '• xpir.-.l ii p |H.T sj. - - ■ SATURDAY. SEPT. 1 1ss1. — M'unlay, Ity im iia'i-iii uf JihIlt'1 Sliihliiifr, Messrs. .).<). B YvJ^ir^lmZilu^uoMhi' ^reef, of Young rou.ity, l>r.' Daiivr. l'leu f remit ; Powell ami ilitf ticiio man ac-i • rompaiiied flits Judge out to his t _ | sheep ranch. six miles north- """Local option was voted down JHust °l town; We call it a; 5n Grimes county last week. i sheep ranch, but would fear to ■< — i"— I do-so in the presence of an An- ! Dallas has a new daily paper, j Rora buck owned by Judge I the Evening Blade, published Stribling, for said buck might by Beach & Rust. 1 Seven "bad" prisoners have escaped from the Houston Jail within the past year. Kick out the jailor and try a new one might be a good idea. Ex-governor Throckmorton, who has been an inyalid for a number of months, is now con- valescent and is out on a west- em tour. The preliminary survey of tfirFort Worth & Bio Grande railroad ha...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 17 September 1881

SA i'i ki> v% • I-, home news. ; STOCKMKXS I IK AI M'JUA KTIitt.H. 1 V 0 H K-l'A H K K lt-1 > K .VI' K11 Mi; It-' t ANTtI.E<-0. *231 • • • ' ' _ . —District court, will convene1 -I Monday. jianoa ciuaks.BKST in TOWN. [ j, ut V-IVD. M. CO. puecp Men'* Headquarter*, ,16 F. E. Conrad «fc C« *. —Capt. Arrington returned from down tlie country Thurs- day evening. _ —II yon want to Ret real good bargains go to E. Frankel's. ... *24 CkUlc Men's Headquarter*, •16 F, E. Conrad & CoV —Caleb Cupp, Charley Mey- «r and Hugh Corrigan came home Wednesday. —New styles clothing, at •28 FHANKEL'S. DB8MCATED cocoanut, indi- AN cork starch* at 36 Y-p-d wr. CO. —Col Steel returned Satur- day nlghtirom Maryland, much improved in health. •.M.i- 1 :>li '.i > i, ill isi , 4'liilliiiiK. Ac., Ac., til ROCK I'llK HS. : « K i:.( 0Mt u>d ( 0. —Iluy furniture from *: 4 • " Fuankki,. —A great many strangers i were in town this week. —I will receive new . goods j daily for the next thirty days...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 17 September 1881

, . f i r f t n a <• l* ci , ^ LINE. Via Albany. Comfortable backs, Rood hors- es, quick time. Lyave Fort Griffin Monday, Wednesday and Friday morn, ing, arrive at Cisco before sup- per time. Returning, leave Cisco Tues- day, Thursday and Saturday gfur arrival of Texas and Pa- cific pass«ngertrains. Particular attention given to express matter. Cisco office at High tower's fe«d stable. GEO. A. SOULET, *29 Proprietor. %FRANKEL SELLS TI1E Best and Cheapest Goods in Town, cosnsme or .GENTS'AND LADIES' HATS. •' ' ■■ • FursJttfe, Tinware, Tobacco, >,JPwvlslons, Crsckery, and- ■ v v- • l,TEXA3. ACADEMY KIOHTH SESSION tier 6. 1881. it time and graded memento. (PwaUtf-Mtothly.) : A * - jwo been , made by In the jDommu- le rates. aPALBYMnUB^ •' M m E, Proprietor 'JL - *> > ' ' ; •' all new. Ivhj with a feather of the publte' l( oonneoted with the ■table connected -vk. A CHAPMAN, HIES (kC.. ^W--#T*BLE:*ND : wAqon varo. Se, '1 >. C ; • Texaa. !fO: . !M< w ' heppreparad to fUr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 1 October 1881

i. >, ■ . ir.v.i the fort I'ubllsliatl GRiFFIN ECHO. Morning; cvury Hutiiriluy —AT— fOBT.ttWWIN. : : •UBSCKHTIO.N : Une'Cflipy owe year fire Copies " Ten "■ Adddess, a. w Ronsox, !X Proprittor. TEXAS. $ 2.00. 8.75. ....." 15.00. > Ojkick or Pi'in.ic.i'riox: N'oimi Siiik Uhutin' Avkxi'k. Kntki:::;> at the I'ostoituk >s Skco.vh C'i.a ts Matteu. VOL. 3. ■FORT GRIFFIN, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OUT. 1, 1881. "NO. :>7. THE ECHO JOB OFFICE U' sniiplUil Willi inw type ami claims to IlilVC The Best Press inthe Country. Our nrkv'i for Job Work niv n* low nnv eeunlrv ollk-c inn work for nrnl llvlft> PROFESSIONAL. N. BROWNING, y at Law, l«r County, Texas. \y part of tbo Panhandle tea to roe, will rcoeivo n' . f PATIE8. WYEIt, TEXAS. all court! of tbU State, ' contract*, etc.. In tlie, common and and claims recovered ME&TIN, AT IiAW, AGENT, . Texas. ... y-i " t tie Peace ;-av .... i U T«m. jW; ®., a million to- the i m V-tM': Farmer Giles' Lessons. "I tell 3'ou ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 1 October 1881

THE FORT GRIFFIN tChU. . 1'1111• , : i■ • w;n recently foiind i:i 1 i tit; hnti.se Mis. S;m !" I - Up I,;;, I down ii j :1111■ t in iln corridor V iir iil'Jciiption Iu« •;x|iir ,«l i! | ftt>d went to sleep About l>i n- X_voillMiOTOMOlUllflll.-II^IH ol till-| '• -l 1,1,111 -•* " 1'llllllpS piiiior. lMoawn-niit | a. m. lie awoke unci made the i Antonio. - --—; astounding discovery that thei SATURDAY. OCT. 1. isst. ! jail key's* which he had care- t> • — fully deposited in his trousers} <ioV('l""r i;t" N«'w .Wsoy, Reicod. Albany Items. pocket, were missing. He went |lias no,iliel1 United States dis-j On- account of hi; to the hotel ana n wakened !tri<,t ■ "ttunjey' Oorkill that no' no'wr prevailing for all -- i/i !i" ■ \v,li ::i.ii !: tMi'.i it's iii ;i!! ki• 111 - iner ure.-s ui><.or:, law 'call's. J >it| n< iials. e|c.. t-lc. ■>i s II n I - IIS, p..I'. bonnets. The district court of this county convened on the lDth ult, Jndge Wheeler being al>< pen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 1 October 1881

THE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. 131 <> •<'<• |{„ 1 «>"«• HlUi-li. uiM M'll l rj ; uumiim. Clothing, «te., *Ve., at I i:i HOt 14. CUK ES. .•10 * F. K. cotlt.tl) a <<>. saturday, oct. 1. iks i. BOM£ news. _ST0CKMKN'8 UK A DQUA'ltTK US. yOBK-PAUKKU-DKAPEU Jll.lt- CANTILECO. *23 —A little sprinkle of rain Thursdaynight. • • >V. 1 .. [ (keep Hta'i Headquarter*, •1* - F- E. Coiirad tfc Co's. __Stev Best, from Reed's raneb, wasfn 'own yesterday. ' .. •' —II you want to get real good bargains go to &. Frankel's. . *24 —Pliinti Rev® olds returned Thursday night em trip. —Buy l'urnitur i from *34 I < >;; 11 \ i;i i ,\ \ k; . u <i.i.; .i; i.. • i'KOCUKU't, x<> 'o T-l'-l>. M. (.'(>■ 1 KOIt LADIES AND (iK NT I ..LUPIN'S, I I UNISlllNt; UUOD8. K" to 25 V-l'-l). M. CO. from an east- Fit ank nr.. —The Clear Fork was on a high lonesome last night. W« might say the same.of some of the boys. —Frankel oife -s to sell his clothing, boots, sjioes and hats very c...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 1 October 1881

CM. •UUnjt In been . «>w. . BRING YOUR OFFICIAL DIItKCTOJty OF SHACK El.FORD COUNT}'. STOCK iMAlt.vb AND'Ull AN 1>S, N. 1*. Kojjers, Kort lirilhit, IVxas. Hunch 14 miles West ot town on (..'War With the name and postHiffice address ot Fork. i'i- iK ,V.V .. ''Vf.frW-:Af: v-...• -.• >- ; ffiteflffiRjS&v'■. «< n. L ti• '■ ; ^v'V ■"••:. * I'ilU JUUICIAI. blKrkiC'T : T.B, Whorter, Jintf^e, A. It,, i'oleman. Attorney. Term* of Court licli* on the Stli Monday after die 1*| MyixUy la April. August and Ueoeuier t>, e*<u ywr.MidwxiUHUM lit session out/jttek.- owiers. 'i>rit)8 for advertising brands or ^^tUnganrds made known on application* Parties limling stock In any of the iwlnjf brands, will confer a favor upon owners by notifying them by postal or otherwlae. VF«'VI & i**1 folio* Horse lintnd - f '■ un> i < H'I KI ; twswf -. ■ 'i 1. ■■■ vr «■■' > ' i m m Tupfrfi for dvil awl profmie hu*ln*M ^yjaI ■ M'tmtht,?« In' .lumtsrr, -JftojU 4#lf< KeiileniW-r ...

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