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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 8 October 1881

.~<r j*. the fort griffin echo. IuDIUM vwry Saturday Morning — AT— KOUTOIUKKIX, : : ": : TEXAS. <CU«CI(llTIOX : ouuCopy ou« ivnr $a.oo. k'lveCopl«« " " 8.75. ^ " " 15.00. Ten Jr. — c uiaL."Ajr.'« , 1/ a iMi AtUkkw, o. w Ronsoy. j VOT „ l'roprUlor. " "• Okkick ok Puui.icatiox : Noiitii Sim: Gitinix A vkni'k. Kntkukd at tiik 1'ostokkick ah Sixvsu (.'i.ass Mattki:. . ; \ r ■ FORT GRIFFIN, SIIA< KKLFORD COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY. OCT. 8, 1881. NO. :?8. THE LCiiO JOB OFFICE U sii|.|iliv<l \\i111 luu type Mlult luiins to llUYf T!ie Dost Pr3ss irsthe Cciiniry. Our i.life' for Jul) Work n* low ns hiiv caitmrv niilce «i« v. oil. for awl lly. tOF£SSJONAL. The King's White Elephant. N. BROWNING, *n©y at Law, ieeler County, Texas. any part of the Panhandle leu to me, will receive % O. M. DA VIES. lWYER, fort dnt* -«•- TEXAS. all courts of this Stnti npe>, contractu. etc., I .with tlie common an loctas^ifffnt. and claims recover ) (Jnlon. ,JU5t*IN, KY AT LAW, axd ;.-<■ i, ■ TATE ...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 8 October 1881

/HE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. XYour subscription lus «'xpIi-«'H if you tlmla vro«8 on the margin of this puj>er. Pledge remit SATURDAY. oot. 8, 1881. There are three herds of poll- ed cattto within forty miles of Kansas City. There are in Jlarper county, Kansas, between 90,000 and 100,000 bead of sheep. At the present rate of de- crease, the national debt will be sxtingulffeed in twelve years. Queen victoria has expressed a desire for a good photograph cf General Gwflel#. The new custom house at El Paso i* nearly flnipUed, and will b*fO«cttpled in a few days. t .y-ygg. •• Jesse X Hittson, formerly ranching neat this place, bnt now in Colorado, was in Kansas Clty,Jtft,w*efcf let, the ttfta bonds in the belonging to the ida, was 90.680,069. Mmff,, .Aft, an eleo- ^fcel# In Wilbarger location at the ^ibeTOrmanent the county. ^ some of the j-ivrtiait Governor y Ibe wires ha may be- to senator life yson conn- m the public ordt; V4'. rL^n& *hourPresi- Hereria.^ stitions. ng appear- me loca...

Publication Title: Fort Griffin Echo
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 8 October 1881

iHt K0R1' U;'iirFiN EG.., satlki>.\V. OCT. H, lssl. HOME NEWS. comb and see our undbbweau. M nycKsKtN y-l'-d. m. co. —Paul Hootie itjft for Dallas Wednesday. —Gents furnishing goods in «ndleds variety, at «3g 0. MkybrV —John Bullock has been iteviok this week. I I ilII> ... I - ■ - -. „ i els of all descriptions and at *8® C. Meyeic'h. prices —John Palm made a Hying visit to Albany Wednesday. FOIt CLOTU1XU AND HATS, go to *25 Y-l'-D. M. CO. —Prank Conrad spent the greater portion of the week in Albany, u K ii.w i^iri11: I;K> r and I.AK- GKST ^ELECTION OK 1>UY (iOODS IN TOWN. AN'D WOULD UK I'l-EASliO TO SiiOW TilI0.M. 3sf V-l'-l). M. CO. fob tiie "sea THE BEST, j?o to *36 yon want goods In MWlity, go to F.E. Coursd A Co'«. Sunday night the Clear pork wAs up and booming. m8w styles of dolmans just BJSUKIVKD> by |g y-p-d. m, co. —Mark and Zeno Hemphill came iu from their ranch Thurs- day. - —Boots and shoes cheaper (ban ever, at «38 i C. Mbyxr'S. —The Echo is under oblig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 8 October 1881

Sootlod Tail's Joke. One* day OaDtain Lee was talking with Spotted Tail and others about honest people and tlm keeping of one's word. "There's no anch thing as an hontsi man," said the Captain, jokingly. There used to be, however. In fornwf tiinei hon- mit men used to have a bunch of Iisir growfng in the palm of tbe right hand. I don't see but a few bunches in my hand. Spotted Tall step^'in# up to bim and shaking hands with hinttS'atii: ;> "Howl How 1 I nsed to have a gre^t big bunrch of hair in the palm of my band, but it has all been wonk ^y •haktny hands ii$k Jilt I Mi Vol'It JOB WORK D. R. Brit, S. J. Conner, A. A, Clarke. OFFICIAh DIRRCTOR Y OF TJIROCK• ' UORfON COVNTV. 12th judicial distiiict: T.B.Wheeler, Judge ; A. R. Coleman, Attorney. Terms of Court , held on ■*ihe-Gth Monday after the let Monday In April, August and.Deccmber of each year, and continues In session one week COUKTT OOUfcT? . . r■■■• ■ ril #nd. probatebusiness held on the 3rd; Mondays in January. March May...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 15 October 1881

the fort griffin echo. I'ublUJwd every Saturday Morning —At— jfOttTOBlPKIX, : : TEXAS. SUI'HC'ltll'TIOX : One Copy one year 1.00. five Copies " " 8.75. Teu •' M " 15.00. Adddcss, , Q. W RQUSON, Proprietor. •i***-"v. M *•1' ■' - iAlVu.Ud Owen oh I'uumcaxjon : N'oiini Sii>k. Uitintx A vknck. Kntkrei> at tuk I'ostofkick as Skcoxi> Class Mattkk. VOL. 3. THE ECHO JOB OFFICE- Kii|>|<licil with new typo uiul t/luinis to have The Best Press in the Country. FORT GRIFFIN, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY. OCT. 15, 1881. I One i'i hh1# fur Joli Work hit it* lnw ns ]SO. 89. j imy country olttce cull «ovK fur mid Hx>. PROFESSIONAL. j. n. browning; y. Attorney at taw, Mobeetie, Wheeler County, Texas. Business In any part of tho I'nnlmnillo of Texas entrusted to iue, will receive jyompt attention. C. B. DA VIES. SAWYER, FORT GBIFfiX, - TEXAS, III all courts of this State, ices, contracts, etc., In .with the common and ia act as annt. ■ and chums recovered (Jnioh. H S. HELVIN, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 15 October 1881

the fort griffin echo. ~\r Your Mili*Ti|ili n li i- \_yi>n Hinl ii vru** mi tin.' paper. ririwi' rriiiit • vpiri il i ;in III I I.; .{>t.sti' I'.i. t ticns. Klivti.ilis Wi'iv ||..|il Tut - ill C>Itii mill Imvii li t' Siali- ■ lay u!li SATURDAY. tMT. 15, I ssi.. ots ami mi-iiiI lat tires. In Ohio tin " i s ot | |u« 11•«;is- .-I'.v:, M mil There was shipped fioiu'Cald- well, Kansas, this season, 1,215 cai8 of cattle. Late rains in Arizona dam- aged the Southern Pacific rail- road to the extent of $2,000,000. One lady and three gen tlemen were poisoned in Steidirtivillv last week by eating canned beef. ■ Mr. John W. Ganiel, well known among the cow men. was recently married to Miss Kepner of Fredericksburg, tJli a- State. . _ ■ _ ' Governor Roberts says he dues not want a third term, but then he would be United States Senator if he can control enough votes., Austin claims the main Uni- versity, while Tyler says it will require an official count to de- cide it before she will g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 15 October 1881

THE FORT GiilFFIN ECHO. SATLUI'AV. OCT. IS. 1-1. HOMK INTiiWS. —Mr. Philbrick returned from : Colorado Wednesday. 1 1 III' - . . ■ I . a li< 1 I'lsul ail (1, -script inns and prices at Mkykiis. COMK AND 8EK OUK Ul'CKSKlN UNDERWEAR. 3D v-r-j>. jl <;o. —Messrs, W. L. Spears and G. J. Shields were in l'lom Al- bany Thursday: —Paul Ilceiie returned from Dallas Tuesday morning. —Gents furnishing goods in endless variety, at #38 C. MKYER'*. —Lightning in the dorth and west Wednesday night. large stock of cloaks, «t jv Y-P-l>. M. CO. —Brant in great numbers have been flying south this week. NEW AND EXTENSIVE LINE OF LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES, at *9 Y-P-D. M. CO. —Wild ducks in great num- bers were llying over here Sun ay, mostly going south. I'OIt THE .''SEA I'D AM" FLO I'll, THE UK ST, no la> *35 Y-l'-D. M. CO. —Dr. Durham, of Eastland, who bought Dr. Lignoski's drug store at this place, packed up everything this week and moved to Albany. --Fresh groceries received daily and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 15 October 1881

No one id willing to appi'o- jiiiute the ecoMing part of ;i uermon to himself. Tliey al- ways have a peculiarly apt ap- plication to our neighbor. We resemble the little boy who ask- ed liia friend: "Say, is yyur father a fool I" "No," was the indignant reply, "why do you ask?" "Because," said the youth, "nay mother told me this morning that I waa next door to a fool, and I didn't know wheth- er it waa yon or the fello w that lives on the other side." A gentleman of " this town who served in the third Virgin- ia regiment, C. S. A., informs as that Sergt. Mason, wlio fired at Guiteau in' prison, is John Wbitehurst, of Portsmouth, Ya., opposite Noifolk, who belong- ed to his regiment and deserted after serving about one year. On his return to his home after the war, Whitehurst was not recognized even by his own people, which drove him. from home into the federal army.— El Paso Lone Star . CHANGEflBTANDS. The well known PUicksmttli and Wag- on Sliop of J. M Cupp & Bro., will from d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 29 October 1881

the FORT UliiFl'M LCi-iO. l'ul)lUI">J "very batiuihtv Moruin^ —.11 — POUT (JH1FK1N, : : : : I' K X. A S. si'B <i;irrio.\: $ 3.00. 8.7.">. Out- Copy one year.. five Copies " Ton Adddcss, 15.00. O. W IIOHSOX, J'ruprittor. VOL. 3. Hf GRIFFIN Mitt JjU Omen or r.eiii.ication: Noinn Sim: tliurrix A vknik. K.vikuku at tiii; I'ostokkick as S::com> Class MatikI!. FORT GRIFFIN, SIIAl KELFORD COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCT. 20, 1881. ^O. 40. « L - • i i O J * j O r t! C l. I- w it Si ihu 1} mkI to have T!ie Best Presi inthc Country. Our iirl'-cs for .lol. Work ale ;ic low 115 imv niuuirv olliee can work l >r anil live. profkssjoNal. . J. N. BROWNING, Attorney at Law, Hobeetie, Wheeler County, Texas. Business In «ny part of tlio Panhandle of Texas entrusted to me, will receive prompt attention. C. B. DA VIES. LAWYER, F0BT GRIFFIN, - - - - TEXAS. WIH practice In all courts of tliia Btnte, dr WBB-conveyance*. contractu, etc., In utriet MMHrmnjr with tlio common and .t.tnmrrlaws, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 29 October 1881

THE. r'OuT (iRirfi.J ei'!.. . XVour dulwription lu< «*xi ii VOM tllid a «roiw on I In* in:ir in «>J't lii-. pain-r. l'leofi* remit SATURDAY, OCT. 2!), I SSI. The President appointed and tbe Senate confirmed D. Morgan of New York, as Secretary of [he Treasury. Chief of the Census Bureau General Walker, lias tendered his resignation which has been accepted. It iH believed the Waxa- hachie Tap of the Central Tex- as railroad will cross thi Texas & Pacific road at or near Fort Worth. .Miliaria*, I V i. !' ^ our rnrri'siKHnlciit took tlx buckliiiaid at i<\ul (Jrillwi Friday the 7ll- inst., fort place. Forgetting to \\ atts or Col. Austin tlit* neot Miry fair and piocuru a "si i1 ■ •asi \ i* i . : i i it*ai'l iin <• <i'11j !.ii111s I'i on natives. Nick Eaton «,a,ne H lias oiu tlie is er''for the trip before leaving The question might be asked Griffin, 1 was necessarily com- pelled to sit up all the way and take the weather as it chose to come. At 20 minutes past ten the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 29 October 1881

-X*V the fort griffin echo. 8atukpav. o'wt. 2i>. uss1. J " home news. ..-(.H'OI'IJ* S'lH-.lU I.).I IP .| ;| new saloon, the •Texas (.Vn- tral," in Albany this week. Henry Palm wilt do the honors. • Ml —robt GRIFFIN CAN STILL BOA8T THB LARGEST STOCK OK GENERAL MERCIIANDISK IN WKS- tkbh TEXAS. SATISFY YOUR- SELVES BY ©ALLING at }RK-PAHKER-r>R a PER Mcrenntlle Co YOB —Wednesday night was the coldest one of the^senson: —Gents famishing goods in endless variety, at «38 , G. Meyer's. —County commissioners court conrenes Monday. headquarters YOBK-PABKER-DRAPER ilKR- CANTILE CO. ■ y-* ' in I ■fmmm; Conrad will mov«_ hif family-to Albany next week's ''J'" ' , ^ —Trunks, valiees, and satch- els of all descriptions and prices at,..: : •8ft:- C. Meyer's. , Qapp j8 expected io next week. ig suits, over- line just re- f-PrJO, it. CO. . Matthews came Item trip yester- V'• rid shoes cheaper C. Meyer's. jrmack was lorton this OF CLOAKS, at Y-MX11. CO. two seated bnok- ' Conrad's is a m. ■ Wm* ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 29 October 1881

—■ V. S_ u Calves that.Nlako Caotl Ccws, • Tbeie is not- a farmer in the cooatry who raises his own cow* bat who knows that tin* fatiir*Tfe]aH of a cow depends on iheSrat year's growth ot a calf. vlf;tbe calf is half starved, stunted and ill used, there js not on* chance in ten that when it roaches the'proper age it will make a good milk cow. The calf must have* the very )>Mt of food and enough of it if the otyect lo to make the ma tar- a first rate milk (Sow; I jl it necessary, too, yearlings 'and two attention should be •«ob a manner that lir animal plenty of i.. trees are, of rapid good for fire- i a bean which lead aft corn; a gum which is A nas* covered r not on- -otrttton bat they " .$£ teep it fresh i sure supply lite is indig- rimd rt ISi'vS . ,V." IsL.' iiiiLNU YUL'Jl JOB WORK TO TUB EOHO OFFICE. NO" >£'; •. ■ «> .'j- — "JIM CROW mamm i bmb br**- ■ v;, • ■ ■■ Ss : Pb* ■ , : -* .' ft&V ' ■ ( /v -v -;" t'~ ■ -r-y Off id.11. n,i;v or su.u a (sTUUrv ,\! lt.\S AN l&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 5 November 1881

THc FOflT cjii'iFi i;« E.Giij. I'ubllaM every S-H in ilny Morning — AT- - KOliTUKIKKIN. : : : : TKXAS. suiwciuit ii'.\: I One Copy owe year r. •J.ou.J t'ivo Copies " " ^.7'iii Ton " " " l-'.oo>! Adddcss, | a. IV JtOllSOX J'/v/irirtur. | PJiOFKSSloXAU. ~£ N. JiRO iVNtNG; ■ Attorney at Law, fcA'JL ■i -l 1)1 •. .«i ix. •w* S'i : _(.L t! A k.j \. y 6 Ors-Tc;!: ii-- I'ciu.ie.vrios : N'outii Km:: (.'i::iriN Av: \rr„ I! ,ii .;;i t> *t oik. - i. - :\0 job office \* iili !'!■« : \ ;ii' and claims to Pi ess !nt?:e Ccuntry. vol. :j. /, Texas. Business In any ptirt of tlie't'anhiiwllp of ToxM entrusted Mo ttio, will receive prompt attention. ~ C. B. DAVIES. LAWYER, fort griffin, - - - - texas. WUl iinctioeln all courts of this Stale, draw dp conveyances, contracts, etc., in infertility with the common and r laws, and act us agent, vvawwiions ipade and claims vcuovtired In aU |Wta of the (Jnlon. H. s. 5TEI.VIN, >1. .. , ATTORNEY AT LAW, beal estate agent and deal- - « er in exchange, ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 5 November 1881

■jht FUKI UrtiF'H:* cGHu. XVi'iir siiliirrl|>(ii<ri li.i« < \|iin il ii von llml: vross on lIn* iiiur^iii of this p;„H-'r. ri«-a«' remit in ui. .\ • i .* i 111 i \ liuii.se whenever 1 hot. jwithotit being SATUKDAY. NOV. 5, (SSI. . Tylei will contest- Austin's claim to the University sight. ' 1''1 ■" ' ! • rettia, . i ,.i i, in ,j, inmiiiii iii lii ' cabinet umil tlic Iii st n| which dlher Suckers will cluster. next month. iitnl lunger il ilit*j My apology for the liberty 1 resident can induce him In! taken is i hat being so familiar I suppose that withdraw his resignation. Wlioj with the Echo its editor does I tiered before I his successor will be is th j. n. o. Ills. Oct. 2-1, 1881. i11 in \ 11 \. %: i lit In, I hi I Well at llieil. conundrum which the politicians. is puzzling )ias been discontinued moved to Palestine. The national debt is now only $37.74 Der capita. In 1865 it was $78.25. The signal oiIice at Corsicana! Ww "rVl'r ""w 001,1 and <va-,eV on any industry, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 5 November 1881

the fort griffin echo. SATURDAY. nov. 5. 18SI. home news. _koRT ubifkin can stu.l boast tub la ho est stock ok general merchandise in wes- TERN texas. satisfy your- SELVES BY calling at - york-parkeh-draper Mercantile Co* 41 —-Strong wind from the sooth yesterday. —stockmen's headquarters. yobk-pakker-draper mer- cantile co. 23 -Col. Dallas. Goldberg has gone to —All kinds of goods selling very cheap at Frankel'a. *41 —Obiurley Meyer lit out for DallaaTuesday. lined ducking suits, over- coats, a full line just re- ceived by m Y-P-d. m. co. —A sharp norther Snnday night, but It oame from the west. —Call on E. Fraukel for cheap cloaks. ___________ *41 —Lute McCabe has accepted clerkship with C. Meyer. —Boots and tha&?*er,&t •88 : shoes cheaper 0. Meyer's. —a little sprinkle of Tuesday night and a norther. rain cola LARGE STOCK OF CLOAKS, *t I# Y-P-D. M. CO. —Dick Jones informs us tha* he will move his saloon to Al- bany sometime this' month. , —Flannels and yarns of all descri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 5 November 1881

•v-w - • :y..jrcs'.".j POBT OBlFfDV UHIJN'U YOUli o - v *%ou VMMO •rvai'f r< va official viuEVTuny of shau>. STOUiv MAlt.vS AND iUiAJSDS n. i'. i:.*.-™, i'..n Grittin. Texas. ELFORD COUKTY. JOB WORK • ; ; . ■' - J , ■ •' t v ' - ■ . ' ' • ...■ : . WtaMwmr* «jpyp&fifr5,as->iV'*#. i • fife3WW®k• . AirtSr-■. .®L j2tii judicial duthlctt, T.B. >Vheel«r, Judge, A. R. Coleman, Attorney. Twjns of Ooitrt lu-lu on the 6th Monday'. nT.er tlie 1st Monday 111 April. Ai«kh 1 tuiil Deoeuuir of each year, mid couiiniie* In session utiu week, countv couiit; Term* for civil anil probate business held oi| llie 3rd Mondays In Jamtarv, Mnrcli. May. July; Hepteinl-r mid Nuyiuber of each .year. Criminal term* held o the 3rd Monday in each ■. faonth. ' -'■■ ! omiutt cwutsaionitms court: J.tj.fumti, County Jutljrr, presiding • «9w V;1''* ' f\ t, iL'C._,Lt«oh,' Com. Preo't fJo. 1 J. B. M rriiK\va • ' \ 9 ; T. t. * . <* ■ " 3 K. W. CosH U., . - " • 4. .on^'tlw Slid' Moiylay In ; fa\i$\ rr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 12 November 1881

the fort fubUthad griffih echo. Morning evory Saturday —at— fOBTQKIFKIN, sumckhtiox : One COPT 0,,e - 3.00 fire Copies Til Adddeaa, TEXAS. 8.76. 10.00. a. w kobsojf, Proprietor. ■Vatecmc FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. Ofkicb ok Publication: North Sidk Uriiwx Avbnub. Entbrbd at tub Postokkicb as Skco.ni> Class Matt Kit. . VOL. 8. PORT GRIFFIN, SHACKELFORD COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 1881. TIM'S NEW SUIT. vrofbssional. Jg iir. browning, at Law, eeler Oountj, Texaa. NO. 42. THE ECHO JOB OFFICE Is Mipplittl with iu'\v type und i-luiius (o liuvu v> The Best Press inthe Country. Our niipt'K for Job Work arc n low ns any coiinlry otllce ran work lor mid li\e.. Business In any part of the Panhandle of Text* entrusted to roe, will receive pro P*|||5n . (I. K. DAVIE8, LAWYER, FOBT - - - - tbxab. all coord flif this State, FORT GRIFFIN AND ALBANY, HAS MORE no, contracta. etc., In with tlte common and > act as j and i I Union. I itinmL chumai reoovered MELvnr, 5T At 'LAW, IGENT AHD DEAL- KCH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 12 November 1881

7H r Ci l a h 1 i* Lu::U. -vT Vimr Kitlct'i-iptloii lu< "\|nri'(l il Avon llinl ems* on I ho margin of this paper. l'ivuse remit SATURDAY. NOV. 12. INS I. El Paso is soun street railroad. to have a A republican mayor was elected Monday in Austin. The receipts at the State treasury last mouth amounted to $185,000. Texarkaua is excited over a small pox epidemic which pre- vails m that city. President Arthur has desig- nated Thursday, 24th inst., as a day of national thanksgiving and prayer. The charter of the Denton Street Railway Company has beeu tiled with the Secre- tary of State. —.— >. 'm. V <m. — U,- . . j,;. ,, ,, . Ariin^toii, (j, Front Butt., who has long bent stationed in Blanco Canyon, lias engaged in the sheep business extensively. W. C. Bradley,— a former ser- geant of Co. C, has charge of the sheep, and is a partner in the business.-—Albany Sun. The Echo could have told the above lo, these many days ago, but at the request of Capt. Ar- rington we said nothing. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 12 November 1881

THE FORT GRIFFIN ECHO. Me win iccciw m uar i «ii i Ktorc in tlie next ten d >*,a('«JIl'l,KTi: MNE OF '•A •* M H-.K.I ■■ ■ I1 I'l ft SATURDAY. NOV. 12. 18S1. home news. AliL HL\UN Of UOOIM. 48 *'• K. (OMtil) A CO. _roBT GRIFFIN CAN still boast tiib largest stock ok GENERAL MERCII AN DISK IN WES- TKBJI TEXAS. SATISFY YOUIt- 8KLVE3 BY CALLING nt yobk-pakker-draper M Mercantile Co. —Mr. and Mrs. Conrad cam* in from Albany yesterday. *41 New GoodaI Naw Goods 1 Ot all deseriptions, at Frankkl's —Charley Baillouch has gone to Albany . -stockmen's headquarters. yob&pabker-draper mkr- canthjco. *23 County ooort convenes Mon- day, 21st inst. —All kinds of Roods selling very sbeap at Frankel's. *41 s* :—: mpson spent Thnrs- —Capt., Champlin returned home Wednesday, night from his Teepe creek ranch. He probably will remain home soma time. - Mcsms. J>;ivis ;in<I Ma} i\s from Slaughter's ranch, came in j'eMterday, enroute to Dallas, where they expe<t to spend the winter. We will o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Griffin Echo — 12 November 1881

FOUT UUII FIIV academy Will commence lis EIGHTH SESSION on Monday, September 5.1881. , i>„dI1h received at any tliue mid graded according to tlwtr acquirements. TERMS. (Parable Monthly.) iJltlNU VOL'H job work * wU-- DS' <>/■ n< 1.1j. iiiukcitiia or SII.II u Ki.fuiiu vov.wy. f ' • ■ * . T* ati:<ri«irf« ir-t m+n • STOCK M A M) Primary. Intermediate.' Academic, 99.00 S.60 8.00 TO THE dona have been made by I ami other* In the commu- nity toa«tomiv«'Ute. at reasonable rale*. ■U \vlio may desire pleasant boarding places for their children during their at- ntt ■ ■ Principal. ECHO OFFICE. NO >1 lihll JUIMCIAI. UM't'KICT: t. It.'Wheeler, Judge, A. It. Coli-uian, Attorney. Term* of Court Im-Ui on Jhe Olh Monday alter tliu Ut Monday in April. August si ml Ueonier of eaeli year, aiiilcoutlniies in wwioii one week. Ciiii.hu court; Terms for civil and probate liu nines, held oi' the 3rd Monday* in January. March. May, July, September and November of each year! Criminal terms h...

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