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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 1 June 1859

¡fe k,: 1 ¡ 'M'- i i. ll " , v #v ■ ¿ffi * , " í> * *, • .■ v>':;5í Lfcw ¥i:. THE IJfc ANDREW HAESCHALE SB., n-yfryr"' • .é^NRP [QPEN TO ALL PARTIES, CONTROLLED BY NONE.] $f®i® VOL. 1. HEMPSTEAD, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 1, 1859. MISCELLANEOUS. H 'A* From the Now York Ueicury. SMOKING AN INDIAN. an incident of a trapper's life. BY J. P. STORY. One cool, pleasant evening in Octo- ber, some fifteen years since, far in the deep forest recesses of North Wiscon- sin, were gathered round a bright camp fire some twenty men, who lay around upon the soft earth in reclining posi- tions, and made the woods ring with theiy light laughter aftd wild soug.— The most were hardy, rough trappers, born and bred to thoir life, who were now rejoicing at the unusual success of the day among the beaver: but they were not all tried and experienced trail- ers in those wilds. Among them were hree persons, who, raised and bred in a palace, and used to all the Comforts of the rich, seemed little fit fo...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 1 June 1859

r ■Us■ RfflP K COURIER. HEMPSTEAD.: Wednesday ::::::: i JtWE.1, 1859. I ' V Mf- "Hi 3ST Kdllor. r, HUBCHAUt, JR^ 9*m+n, TKllJiS OF THIS PAPKU. SUBSCRIPTION: In advance, por annum $2 80 If delayed six month*, , , it 00 ¿t the end of the year, 4 00 o ADVERTISING: Transient advertisement* Inaorted at the rates adopted by the Free In the South : For one square of tea line* of bierier, Brat time, (1, for each subsequent Insertion 60 cento. To regular advertiser* ve offer the following term*: For card often Hncs or los*, per annum, . $10 00 '• >• •• over IÜ¡and under SO lines,. 16 00 For quarter column, one year, subject to alteration 26 00 For half oolumn, one year, subject to alteration, 50 00 For three-quarters column, per annum, subject to alteration, 75 00 For whole column, per annum, subject to alteration, 100 00 Patent medicines advertised at the rates named above, and on no othxr term*. Legal advertUomeuts frill be Inserted as fol- VV'Uen the «ash Is pMl ln?advano*, according t...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 1 June 1859

i 1:4; I V; í (i 1 1 m i I M ÍM tí |ar The tw¿> documenta copied below will partially explain themselves. Tlie reasons for publishing them however need be told. When our esteemed fellow citizen Mr. N. W. Bush, was last in Sempronius, he was told that "they" meaning h¡B friends, had a good joke on him: that a negro boy had been put in jail in Ban Antonio* in whose possession was-found a paper purporting to be a free pass, on whloh was his, Mr. B.'s name. Mr. B. immediately demanded that the paper should be shown to him, and that he should be allowed to make such use of it. as be deemed proper—stating that such a thing was rather too serious to make a Joke of, even among friends. Col. Landes immediately surrendered the paper accompanied with the certificate which is published below it. It will be observed that the "Free paper" purports to have been made 24 years ago last March. It starts out with a barefaced falsehood—Hopkins- Tille is not in Trigg, but in Christian county, and it ...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 1 June 1859

► familiarly on I'd eful to the Prisoner's Pastimes. After luring gained the love of a spy, Pelli . ■on found it easier to tuiue a spider. Till* in- sect had drawn ita well orer the ban of the gra- ting which allowed light aud air to enter the ceil; he spared it the trouble of watching for ita prey by placing half dead file# on the edge of the grating, which the spider cauio down to fetch. It aoon grow accustomed to this system, and soon ventured to come and talco ita prey out of FeHiuon's hand, lie oontinued hU experi- menta in sphlur education, and it aoon came to lu master's hand, not merely at hi* voice, but at the sound of a fife, played by a Busque who watched him. It would walk fat Uason's knee.-!, *nd seemed to bo gratel man who treated it with so much kindness. It •was no longer a spider in Pelliwton'a eyes; it wat a friend, a companion in misfortune, a State prisoner. Wo cannot lielieve (hat a (iorernor of the Bastile, M. de Beseinnux, had the barbar- ity to trample under ...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 6 August 1859

# THE A. MARSCHALK & SON, [ OPEN TO ALL PARTIES, CONTROLLED BY NONE.] VOL. 1. HEMPSTEAD, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAB, AUGUST 6, ~ —__ j&M «s From "Baldwin's Flush Times 'In Alabama." Squire A. and the Fritters. Now, in Ubo times wo write of, the flourishing village of M. was in its in- liincy. She had not dreamed of the great things in store for her when she should have reached her teens, and railroad car- crowded with visitors, should make her the bcllo-villago of all the surrounding country. A few log l.o usos hastily erected and overcrowded with inmates, alono were to be seen; nor did thy i;ui, either in the order or atyKs of ittí architecture, or in the beau- ty or comfont of its interior arrange- ment -i a;id accommodations, differ from the other and lcs«i public edifices about her. In sobor truth, it must be con- fessed that, like the great man after whom she ivas named, the promise of her youth was by uo means equal to the respectability of her more advanced ago. It w;is the...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 6 August 1859

I wcSi I VBCfKl< n. - > w 9 P r V I y. .1 ■ t VI.i ' COURIER. HEMPSTEAD, 8aturda* i i i ! i i i ! ! TEXAS, : Ado. 6, 1850. ANOKKW HUUCHAUC BR, Editor. V. WAJIWHALK, Jr. PublUher. TBBHH OV I'll I'Al'KH. SUBSCllLPTION I Jn «limner, per annum, |2 60 If delayed nix months, a 0<J At thu cud of 111*! year 4 00 o ADVERTISING! Transient advertisement! inserted at the rate adopted by tlm Presa in the South : For one •quaic of tea line* of brevier, «rut time, (1, for each subsequent insertion CO cento. To regular advertisers wo offer the following tm'ma ¡ For curd often linea or 1cm, per annum, . |t0 00 " " " over 12 and under 20 linea,. 15 00 For quarter column, one year, subject to altnratlou, 20 00 for half column, ono year, subject to alteration, SO 00 For throe-quartern column, per aiiuum, subject to altoration, Is 00 For whole column, per annum, subject to alteration, J 00 00 Patent medicinen advertised at the rates named •bore, and on no other terms. Legal advertisements will ...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 6 August 1859

> £ Toa Amica* Slat* Tbadi.—The attempt to nuke the impression that there is a strong and growing party at the South in favor of re-op- enlng this nefarious toaflh in deeply to be de- plored. That a respectable number of ouf peo- >le can be found to advocate this measure, we o not for one moment believe. . That there are * few individúala scattered throughout the South who are prepared to reoomend it openly, the late Vjcksburg Convention testifies; but this class comprises but a handful of men, and they are ei- ther unscrupulous politicians or unprincipled ad- venturers. The Church in tho South has no sympathy with these misguided beings or their ■ wicked designs. The mass of the people, the plain, honest, patriotic farmers, mechanics and Merchants condemn and denouce their schemes. We do not believe that one man in a hundred, from Maryland to Texas woul(\ approve the trade, .and we have yet to hear of, much less to seo, the tnan in North Carolina who could consent to its ^«•e...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 6 August 1859

•■7",'": >. ■■ ff Éj\ •I ■ i as *N IR Mil % ¿p, MrEDIC INES, ^T WHOLESALE AN'D BET AIL. KLTOT'B OELKUIIATKD FAMILY MEDICINES, pbepabkd by w_ HENPV ELIOT &o CO„ HOUSTON, TEXAS. The Hygienic Panacea, A substituto for CaLóMZL, being emtirely a Veg- etable preparation, and a certuiii cure for Bilious Fever, LÍver Complaint, Constipation of the Bovvelx, Nervous Headache, toe.—Price One Hollara livttle. Eliot'a Texas Anti-Bilious Pilla. Superior to any Cathartic Pill now In use.—Price Tiemty-Jive cent a Box. Eliot's Cough Mixture, Tlio most valuolle medicino for Coughs, Colds, Pneumonia, tic.—Tieenty-five cent a Buttle. o Eliot's Diarrhea Mixtufc! Tilia Medicine is uneqimloi as n remedy for Di- arrhea, Colic, Cholera Morbus, toc.—Price Tven- ty-fiuc cent« a Buttle. Dr. Robert's Fever Pills, Warranted to euro Fever and Ague, and all other ¿'ever*.—Price tíetent ¡/'jive cent a Box, Eliot's Texas Vermifuge, A safe and certain remedy for Worm* iu Child- ren.—Price 'J\ttntp-ji** cents a...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 26 May 1860

• "'pNifc- ■ I. . \ I .i.lMifflll1 1'** ""'"t'f*®*" 1' it4kéiÚ&'.JLdái*0ÍÍUbfimllÍRÉjám*A*¿H¡r> I ( ( ' * v;.;^ ■r ft $ | V.I, • H y THE HEMPSTEAD COU i4 "i '-i i aes— A MABSGHALK & SON, [OPEN TO ALL PARTIES, CONTROLLED BY NONE.] VOL. 1. HEMPSTEAD, A.U8THST COUNTY, TEXAS, MAY 26, I860. E_ I UFFORD, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION Merchant. AGENT FOR D UPO NT & HAZARD, JPoieder Afaufacturtr , . GALVESTON, fob25n34y Texas. r piiarrison, Columbia, oiptiubdk,Galveston. HARRISON & TRABUE, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL Commission Merchant, (in vrohh'h building,) Strand, Ualtietlnn. CASH ADVANCES on Consignments for Auction Sales. Refers to T. H. McMulian k Gilbert; Ball, Ilutchings k Co.; E. B. Nichols & Co.; R. & D. G. Mills. feb45n84y ADAMS, JORDAN k CO., Wholesale dealer* In Groceries nad Commission MERCHANT^, Galvttton, Texa*. KEEP constantly on hand a full assortment of Western Produce, together with a general (■lock of Fancy Groceries, Wooden Ware. All oi tiers from th...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 26 May 1860
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 26 May 1860

ym$mm ., ¿H I 1 i-^t Eí¿ I t , J Iff#'T '• V c*\ .y > ' v j w '•,«*. r i BRANCH OFFICE: OF Í I. M. SINGER A CO., Houston, Texas. BINGKR'S GINGER'S DINGER'S FATEST P I TENT 1'A ¡'.NT J SEWING SEWING SEWING MACHINES MACHINES MACHINES FOR FAMILI1S FOR FAMILIES TOR FAMILIES MANUFACTURERS MANUFACTURERS •MANUFACTURERS • PLANTERS PLANTERS PLANTERS a t ne w york prices $50, $75, $90, $100. IM. SINGER it CO., of New York, have es- • Ubliilied a BRANCH OFFICE in the cltv of HOUSTON. For the «tie of their celebrated, unrivaled and UNSURPASSED WORLD RENOWNED, SEWING AGH[?i33. Buitabla for all kinds of work. These Machines aro now offered at the above NEW YORK PRICES, at our Houston Office, WITH ADDITIONAL CHARGES FOR FREIGHT ONLY. I. M. SINGER k CO. J*. $. ((pinte., jlcje.nt, No. 1, Perkin s Row* owner Main and Prairie fits., near "Old Capitol,'' ALL Persons wishing full information about Singer's Sewing Mnchinds, prices, sizes, &c., mu obtain It by applying at our office in Hous- ton, b...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 26 May 1860

— — V *áll >.5¡p WIKTEB clothing. . i ,7 ..■ i m m e*~ • Ú. Netl't VMUfeakU Ctetblag *t n, Otm*r IVmq/ü 4 Old Post-Office Street , Galveston, tkxas. I have just opened the finest *nd best assortment of CLOTHING •*«- offered In thto city, and made expressly fur my Texas Una torn; and comíala of— BLACK AND COLORED COATS of all alien and texture*; PANTS, of all color* and qualitlM; silk, satin, velvet, CLOTH and FANCY VESTS. Sbirtt. Under-thirts, Drawers, and a general Msortuieut of Oentleuion'a Furnishing Goods of tba beat deacrlptlon. Trunk , Vallaos, Carpet-Bags and Ladles Hat Boxes with an itmurpaund stock of— FASUIONABLB MATS •fan styles and shapes. Boys Clothing, of best quality. I bavo also added to my stock, a large lot of Negro Clothing and Buiset Brogans, to which the attention of planter* is Invited. My stock being Urge, my prices will be unusually Low for Caah. Jan M.ly D.NEIL. bacon's SOUTHERN NEWS DEPOT. ▲II the Pictorials, Magazines and Newspapers published. Books sen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 6 April 1861

•yfm «MU* 1 , m ? NONE.] CONTROLLED PARTIES, [OPEN vqi*& HEMPSTEAD, AUSTIN COUNTY, TEXAS, 1801. TEBKS OF THIS PAPER. SUBSCRIPTION. ' «a If 4iMy d «I* ■nw At* «á«f fl>o j tar ••num, £t months, . I <?M, 2 . 3 ; i alrertlsemenU Inserted at the ratea iiloptad by the Press in the South. For ou square o# tea lines of brevier, first time, f 1 «>n, for Msh subsequent insertion, SO cents. To tcfdlM advertisers we offer the following Far • o*rd of ten Unci or less, per annum $10 00 «i it •< tt oror ¿r.d under 20 lines, 18 00 For quarter column, one year, subject to lltoMttO!, «••..* «••• •« 6 00 For h*K column, one year subject to altcpthn 80 00 For fhrM-MVtera column, per annum, tuMect to alteration 73 00 fot mhmlémn, per annum, subject to ........ 100 00 Patent mMiaincs advertised at tho ratus named ahoTt. and on no of Aa r term*. Legal advertisements will be Inserted as fol* ^ Whea tlio cash ta paM in advance, according to la*, we will put them in small type, ten lines to t...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 6 April 1861

wm mm WC:~ ~Í 1 kl^\AJÍ¿ Of- ¿k í <1 ■* I COURIER. ~ XaaPBTSAC, •SBSAB. ATWU>AY, April «, 1861. THE " COURIER. OF- FICE IS REMOVED TO fjb® caxxox rr:¿- rrtfs*. ■ iii—ii m "-rjr- J -nr—n #i^ii <w. n>i [Communicated ] VVi' lv.tr h from aiitln'Utk- numcea, that oar fcHjw citiaon, C^t. M. K. butiil, o flote U> ruieu tit short un tice, 75 pr 101) men fur any. present t iiv r Koney. iit (tin pending íkimuh between nuil tbo Futiera) Government. \YV aWp loaru that tho votcran Captain will bo strongly reconimendod to the convention l>y highly infloewinl mem- bers fc> tho canimaud ut a regiment in the Army of the Southern Confederacy. A bug and intímate acquaintance with (be gaHkut uud ehirnlttfiw Cap- Uin cliiiiU from u«4,U c highest rccom- atoudatioa wo art) capable of giving liim. Fello^woVlier logctlier in the tin^;íM;4ned mwV aonlii, *ml <.u lerm of particulai- intimacy for long year* since, wo have been led to believe oaftdidly, thfti Cupt. Sucll was bout a •oWit...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 6 April 1861

"fc- * . ' í ? RIER. , TEXAS, Ann. 6, W- T €* íCt W . # á- u\- X V - ■ m * 7 ■ r« werc mocb pleased a few aU^ftCUtiW on .wtó« «or Foundry, to 8od pM d*oid«4 improvement that .MWKÜ K!Í!#t establishment par last vj.it, . year ago. 1 ben, iH vt («member to have aeen, was tlie the over-grown molting pot, • «and- But now you am s<je the above for «be coatings, .nuchinciy of #11 sorts. ■; Oor Pottery, Tannery, Carriage, «'«JW&teg- a*d Bladkamitl^iug concerns We avo a great people in this sec- «particularly tho Hartleys, Gil- UWtíV^okéi, Taffliy'a, Abrenbcck, . Unhby^ aad the Smiths, «II of thenv Tbe: Plante** too look smiling, s if prospect i* tbe orop line, bad ' ^ ... II. is fi ■■ ■'■;— "Wiu or Kürto ?—k>8 pre- idca among- * * people that fA editors hi, referring «ó them selves, use the word "W ,'' they co"- aider tbey amount tcf two or thri é ord- inary men. This ts a mistake. Editors ftrenaturally a very modest and unas- suming class, remarkably. so. The word "WV* merely Inc...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hempstead Courier — 6 April 1861

\ 1 • •Vfc 0 r \% * « t '# r if#' ] Ü J o V . .<. ! _ ||| "V1 IT'irpunrd far tlw) Sew Yorlt Uotcury.J T H K GAuUliN AND UltEEXIlOt'SK. trt* noiXmiKk. Tliu fculfyhock ha.4 long ' *<•" * I * ' '<B flower. o;i I th ugh of Lit!) Yeui* fiipercciled by the mora eourtly and popular d 1I1IÍ.1, it Is Mill «! ■ tviumcd and cultivated by person* of appreciating taste. it is tt plii:il of ct«irfl.luin.Víl,í Mi iety, boariug red, white, purplfc black and other «uloruí flowers; ihey neither want beauty nor utaturc, «eldju bearing their flower- stems Kmj than oil l-'ut from the ground, *lld, being coiunouly gsrulslml with llieir rose-like blofsotoi «boro half ttuir height, they present a most attractive appeal mice- For decoration, tlioreforc, there is lutrüly a ivi'iiug which cull be said to exceed it, cither in respect to habit* of growth or tho chaste beauty of the flowers. It |* quite mi advantage, Unit thu hollvltot.k will thrive well in common gulden ••■oil, though it does inucli be...

Publication Title: Hempstead Courier, The
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