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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hempstead Weekly Countryman — 3 September 1869
9*3 *4i awt-'i ; s r-trw >0 Í isri edi avj wistf *s5 *oá V'-^B IVS NO^mi BMÉMÉfci íkSMám r7 pop «Military Institute. •ij&Jftfe b |Mkiog is going on vigor- kmwm ií* á* J^heCaiToU (Sy.>crepis ruined. Rome, Ga^ want* a street railway Cttp pnapecte In Alabama mm Igl ; r Baducah, Kyn is Blaughering her * ! ,1s! ,J#<S to oí pr o ry fSEBS. ** cutting, etc bales. i ifr farra ■*&&&$£&&& As new crop : Entina on the H. & G> R. R. will roa through to Calvert next SaturdAy. The worms have made a clean sweep of the cotton on Oyster creek. A, peach grown near Tyler this measured twelve inches in jail delivery toók plate 'last Sunday rfght anlc wwru - i-"-i : —- California.. Illinois ~ -' J5t - - ^ boyera are purcWing c^nnanptfnSty. " eflSe^^isiw eaypr íhe WN money to • V'> T5>'5ñ tft tEa nairte 'of the next There a tap is to run < ; rjfS? i*—Z >% Mr. Jas. Kerr, of Corúeana, has Wi- *<m1 a coffee-mill machine for "ut mud fences. .■having, f...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hempstead Weekly Countryman — 3 September 1869
— V /y x Weekly Countryman tun Texas ii hot all over. foot this OF-COLOSADO, ft COWOBE88 *M> WSTMCT: CAPT.JLL* HJLTON, OFOALVESRMf. * We agahi - lugthe privilege of calling tha itUotioo of to the éfiat and praonoj •f «ttf qi from their lethargic the to •r life, oraa debt to am!*? tmft upon him, which H moral daty to pay; and the ana who fo perfarm hii whole doty as a mem- or State, ia eol- io the requintes of a criminally recreant to the objects and purposes of his her of a It w * grave and fatal error of «MM think Oat the only legacy nec- ' to be left to their posterity, ia isetname'and a monied inheri- These are indeed essentially and neceeeary, bat not the whole duties of the cstiaen. His eflbrte shodd ho directed as well, to giving a morral and nfigious tone to aociety and hdpiag to perfact a political farm of government th would tepd to secare the bappiaen of those to follow him and of which Hie «lectiva franchise and the ballot box ara the only means by which a corrupt and ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hempstead Weekly Countryman — 3 September 1869
^9* *ií>A m* Angosta, Oa^lm « fever* rágiMg ta city, Mo., iarínoving in the matter of water-works. - > Robert Toombs, of Georgia, was in HEMPSTEAD. STORE i Wi Fexas. i t comrnu. we that É&* f1 % Ük fcitt de- equal ratio itn productive Art oats is not & veil government Sofarfrom wisdom of the pre- legisUtiveandjudi- the Government to garrison oar cUines and towns In order to protect so- peace; such being H would appear that a wrand Hon. B. H. Hill of Georgia, is quite ffl at Atlanta. A large number of buildings are being erected in Americas, Ga. Angosta, Ga., is to hare two foun- tains in the City Hall Park. Union Citf-, Tennessee, has twelve lawyers and sixteen doctors. Indian peaches in Carroll county, Weigh osé pound each. •8 50 in Scott, Ky. railroad depots, ^ — cases ofsun- fc St, Louis on the 21st nit _ trade at the fair Richmond, is being re- amount of wheat is beine -~-^~.if<wtost the Missouri with wheat The landings along river are all crowded «Wiring Siapme...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hempstead Weekly Countryman — 3 September 1869
Y7 C|t€flmrtrpati. CAXOM8. Some ,r.,., ,— —— a ^ ;r— ifpmittmrJ. T OrifnitCo uifioent, and BCCDC [For (be CoumfyBML /^,. ^ ST iniE. IJÍV. for "Tbt Ce I due this office: of the Fan- natbonzed Hiií contracts and re- Cast A Bebert Flack, Top. *á¡ MP ■«jtitecoonty. •WO V ^'' 7 80 do .¿2 The Waco Register predicts that Hawilton wil sweep Texas like a The Ban Antonio Expiéis learns thai OotrOfeas. f^ton is dangerously MNMpitMtoliv .' ^^Gainesville Vedette sayathat the ll, (negroes)' ffcther iting match at The sonuhot The editoraf ihy St. Mary's Va- qncro advertises for a widow with a 11 ill bf-^leaso direction. The ▼antagé of in exc A difieolty ocenrred between two negroee confined in the Fayette coun- ty jail, In which a knife was used, ■t M of them badly wounded v 1W Transcript is the name el 1 Weekly paper just started at Sock port# to tide State. It is edited and by p. P. } Transcript denies the report £$• ínteádééfo littee, shoaU tfcej v|sit that place. -lfcny Allen, a little gisl. 1...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hempstead Weekly Countryman — 24 September 1869
DIRECTORY —of— ADVERTI SF US. A 1IBEKBECK, J. B-, Butcher, and A. dealer in Mwto; BUCKÜORN Barbershop, by Joshua Watson, ehaving, hair-cutting, ctc. UNN1NG11AM, J. L., Physician und Surgeon. DOUGLAS, n. S., Practicing Physi- cian and Surgeon. ELLIOTT, B, F , Attorncy-at-law and General Agout. RAVES, II. S. & CO., Cotton Bro ker and Commission Merchant, Ad- vances made on consignments. Guillemet, A., Watch Fruit and Candy Dealer. Maker, Hempstead girls- academy, Mrs. Bayle and Mrs. Buckley Prin- cipals. JOYCE Ac. BLAKE, Attorneys nud '' Counselors at Law. LBSTER A. ANDREWS, dealers it dry Ignodd, ready-made clothing, groceries ■ iciitenstein, Jacob,dealer in dry M-J goods, notions, groceries, etc. McKAY & A^LEN, Dry Cetds and Grocery Merchant . M'DADE, R. R, Chair and Furnituro Manufacturer. MII.SAPS, e.; dealor in Stoves, tin, copper and ehect-irou manufacturer A., Fashionable Barber and Hair-drcsser. Przedmojski, House, sign and or- namental Painter Roberts & niciiols, ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hempstead Weekly Countryman — 24 September 1869
Weékly Countryman J. «. UXHIS, Editor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1H69. •VR TICKET. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR: HOIV. WELLS THOMPSON, OF COLORADO. FOR CONGRESS—3KD DISTRICT: MPT. I. L. FULTON, •. •: + OF GALVESTON. yy The Concordia MaDafactariDg Company have resumed operations. The new machinery works admirably well. 'See card oí J. R. Young, Druggist and Apothecary, and dealt r in all Kinds of medicines, paint*, oils, deysBstnfls, &c He sells cheap try him. yy The friends and acquaintances of R. P- Faddis—who are qaite nam erous here about —will be pleased to learn that be has embarked again, in mercantile j n.Fuit?. Ste card. Mr. Daniel Ahienbeck has presented us with a sample of molas- ses manufactured by him from Chi nese Sugar cane, which we unhesita- tingly pronounce superior to most melases and syrup sold in this market Moke Arrbsts.—Marshal Brown mg, assisted by the military, arrestad two men, John Talbott and. Jame6 Stevenson, in this county ~ last week, who are charged with compli...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hempstead Weekly Countryman — 24 September 1869
W eekly Countryman J, «. DAMilX, Proprietor. OFFICE—Upjtairg oier J T Gn£it\C Announcements r^' Announcements for Statt and ' "fH Offices Tin DothlT!r, gold; I'r ro.net <Jjficts, Flic Dollars. No •ame t/l be annemrn cd until /w.d for *i* aduancc, _¿g=| FOR CONGRESS- TV : f*re authorized to announco COL. • ELIOT, of Navaro County, as a candi- date for Congress frorn tins- District FOR THE LEGISLATURE. Wc authorized, by tfco friends of T. K. McDADE, to announce him as :i candidato f«r tie State Senate, from the IXth Sena fonal District. Eltctiou 3:>th November Wo are authorized to announce JOHN ft BELL as a candidate to represent the 13th S«natorial District composed of tho •oontiea of Austin, Matagorda and Whar- ton Electiou 30th November next FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY we aro autüomod to announce GLO MtCORMICK, of Colorado county, i!-. í¡ fundi !ato for Distl ict Attorney lor the first Judicial District, composed of the coun- ties of Austin, Fort liend, Brazoria, Matagordi: , Whart...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hempstead Weekly Countryman — 24 September 1869
-X" W eekly Countryman s v fisrarauKtwiftsra One year, iovariably in advance 13 00 Six months, 2 00 3*agle copie •, 10c. We desire it^lietinctly understood that "At do a cub bnsines A cross mark on a p-#er denotes that a subscriber's time has expired All papers outside af the county, discon- tinued without notice, at the expiration of the time far which the mbscription has been paid, «tanraawaaaw® a One squai e, of eight lines, $1 60 ft r the first insertion, and $1 for each continu- ance Any uumberof line* less than eight charged an a square H'ttts of Monthly mmd Ytarlf Advertising. 1m 3m 6m ly 1 square.. | S3 $6J $10 If) 2 squares. 5 8 2° 3 squares. 7 II 17£ 20 4 squares. 0 13 5N¿ 35 i eoinmn. J7J 27J 42J (iu 4 column. 25 50 ííO IOC 4 i'ohimn. 17¿ 62¿ I JO lf 0 Fifty wr cent, on the above rutes added for double column advertisements. All Marriage and Obituary notice ex- ceed eight lines, charged a* advertise- ments. Calls on candidates, their replies, their circulars, and all noti...