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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 13 August 1874

&Z3T Mi ** ■ i|p$jS ■ ■ ■ «¿i fom 1 .«tewi 7-tU )l" .LtéI ,81 VÓLÍJME iii. WEEKjWft^ííBWSPAPEB, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, onY/1 THE MILLER AND THE MILL. < t% t .\v > a ;_\u_ , • K*«aO BY B. T. TAYLOR. >. The rof r omneup.io. misty cloak Whose skirt was trimmed with the e foam, Beside the mill with jta window'tl wall Of rusty red as it loomed so Mil! The wheel was still in its dunk, dim room, The air as whist as a wreath of smoke, The.taniiled light through the ccbwebs feU, Iwmflrwas dumb as a heatjjer-belll The dusty miller was leaning o'er Counting the dreams that oame to nought. y «J, He saw four butterflies winged in white That fluttered pvcr the wayude pool. They lookecWike bita of Mi oldylofenf** 4# So Lucy iJbQtaf, and the flbtjie \#iDje ; ut never eentvto tne flower of the school— "What if he ha\i? " and "Perhaps she might! " Srjg^atlfóMperh.p. . A woman's loot on the powdered sill With arch enough for a running rill, To walk his\wQ*ld-and—he thought ...

Publication Title: Herald And Planter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 13 August 1874

itraM ¡ral flanter. Thursday, All|. 13, lb74. TEXAS ITEMS. S. LEE KYLE, EDITOR. J- W-WHITFIELD Wc Imve known Gen. Wliitflold since the day* of uur early manhood. He was one, and a lo uler of the little band that attemp- ted to vindicate the right of the South, in common with tlie people of the North to go into the common territories of the govern- ment and carry with them their just law fal and constitutional property. He was a good Democrat then, and has been a good democrat evrr since, and is a good Democrat now. In times of war and times of peace, he has been a conspicuously boforo the pub- lic for twenty years past, and his rocord, whether civilian or soldier, it is witkouospot or blemish. Thus kindly and truthfully doos the Houston Ago speak of the candidate for Congressional honors from Lavaca county. In addition toils complimentary linos, wo would only add that Gen. Wliitfiuld might honorably reposo upon the "laurels" already won as a public man and as a gallant soldier, but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 13 August 1874

•V gfmM mil fiante. S. LEE KYLE EDITOR The Hbbald and Planter will be pun- lixhsd weekly at Two Dollars and Fifty Ceuta (coin) par annum, in advance. LOCALS. We learn from the comity treas- urer that the amount appropriated from the State tax to Public School Funds of Lavaca county lias been paid in. Those holding (corrected) Superintendent's drafts oan now draw their money. Those owing us for subscription Ac are reinm ded that our offico is very near Devall's stoic. DIED* ¡gMfc ; Texas, M Tom Crocket, son of Thou. A. and Juliet Hester, aged 7 years ten months and 13 days. "Suffer little children to come unto ma And forbid them not, For of such is the kingdom of Heaven." KEARNEY** 8 PE"PE . ►Sil vv.^W# i ■ ...íi '■ u j. FAHMSNTIIOLD, FLUID EXTRACT •i The first bale ol cotton received at Halletsville was brougfljNrf on Toea last by Mr. James Russellwi( It was purchased by Messrs, Devall A Bennett et 13 1-4 contz. and will be shipped once to Messrs Campbell & Clough Galveston gW W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 13 August 1874

6S5EB.1I/ BRIMIgES. b the Unifa alx counties ib fcOBDON I Jfi there are twenty- towni named Fathei; of his ng U pay a tor i as, not- s coal Is twice ire. ,¿ ¡^náS?4í®' _ _ station agent, express agent, clerk, and postmaster. Philadilphu girl wiUttd a young miaña thief, and when : ««quested by the mother at the aOci^M' to prové the charge, said he had stolen several kisses from her. An old gentleman died recently at Al- iento wn, tin m. , IP tieth birthdays. Of the group of seventeen ministers who took the oath of allegiance to Queen Vic- toria on her accession to the throne thirty- seveh years ago, büt two lived to partici- pate in the recent anniversary celebra- tion—Lord Russell, now in .his ¡eighty- second yew, and Burl Gray, who is ten !'(■1 y eais younger. According to a late census there 360,000 cats in England, and a veucr 8llWlf4¥n attachea to the editorial starr ol the IJondpn,/Standard estlmate« one mouse .. and Ave rata to every aeré, making, an ag- ! of01,116,000of WfcMj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 27 August 1874

♦ m A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OP IMMIGRATION. VOLUME III. HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1874. HARVEST. Sweet, sweet, sweet, Is the wind's song, Astir in the rippled wheat All day long. It has the bro-.k's wild gayety, The sorrowful cry of the sea. Oh, hush and hear ! Sweet, sweet and clear, Above the locust's whirr, And hum of bee. Rises that soil, pathetic harmony. In the meadow-grass The innocent white daisies blow} The dandelion plume doth paaa Vaguely to and tro— The unquiet spirit of a flower, That hath too brief an hour. Now doth a little cloud all white Or golden bright, Drift down the warm, blue sky; And now on the horizon line, Where dusky woodlunds lie, A sunny mist d >th shine, Like a veil before a holy shrine, Concealing, . Half-rew«!iiig Things Divine. Sweet, sweet, sweet, Is the wind's song, Astir in the rippled wheat All day long. That exquisite music calls The reaper ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 27 August 1874

a—sijimgyj . . >"' •* A ' . . ' • ~L . i,- . * 1874. 8. LEE KILE EDITOR CARD. TEXAS GRAND PIUZB CONCERT. Postponed to Ooíokbr 82, 1874. Cards. 1. i1klfericf Tbn Hon. T. D.'Wilson'Mayor of Houston, and the City Council endone* the enterprise us follows. Houston, April 26 1874. ' Wo the nnduraignd regard the Iten! Eatato dikribntion, winch J. E. Foster propone tkinsk® dtf the 22nd of October next, ¡o thin city a circulated to promote improvement*, and |Swing within the reach of many, who ofpiritw would be unable, a chance to i th«m and their families,ffiWRTing fri our long acquaintance with blin, every conft lence in lit* integrity, wo fuul justi. find nUaying, that ho will carry out his Pistribution honestly and fairly, accord ing to nis advertised plan. Signod by the Uon.J. T. Wilson and City Council. Capital Prize $5.003 Quid: ton residences in Houston; Population 20 000 anil the railroad center of the State: 150 traotn of and In rtitferani portion i of tho Stato. Value of prizi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 27 August 1874

i II m gíftali «ni flauta. S. LEE KYLE EDITOR The Herald ano Plaster will be pub linhed weekly at Two Dolían and Fifty Ceuta (ooin) per annum, in adTanoe. LO C ALS. fir The' Union Sabbath School will bold it* regular meetings every Sunday at 4 o'clock P. M. Children of etcry age are requested to coma for the purpose of receiving religion* in- struction. Parent* and other* interested Are invited to jy In our report of thei examining trial la*t week, a very material error crept in, which we hasten to correofc. IjpReu Samora iu his evidence states that he looked oarcfully at the gun.of Mr. W. P. Dixon, and that it did have capt on it and that he liad never seen him reload it This of course renders it aluioat a impossibility for Mr. Dixon to have fired the fatal shot. W. H. Coleman Esq. placed upon our table on Wednesday last a few ears of the finest corn we have ever seen in the state. One of these meas- ured eleven inches in leugth and con- tained sixteen rows of perfectly sound grain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 27 August 1874

5«S 6EHKKAL BREVITIES. üfe • two flr*t it female, tlie whole Ta Qautte, ot Lexington, Ky., tells a •toiy of the Key. Nelson Grayson, a negro clergy mail In |b t town thirty years ago, who was accused of great Improprieties. The investigating committee reported that as Brother Grayson had kept entirely within his own church, and had not gone ont to follow after strangers, he should be.bonorably acquitted. On for those who use tobacco. In a recent number of the Medical Timet we find the following: "A young girl suf- fering from severe and uncontrollable vomiting, under Dr. Beaumetz's care at the Hotel-Dleu, was, after the ineffectual trial of various remedies, ordered to smoke • cigarette after each meal. This, so long u Its use was persisted in, seemed to : the vomiting entirely." Jtaaoow cabinet-maker, named New- ton, has, during his leisure hours for the past t#«ntj<on years, been engaged upon alarse model, Just completed, of Solo- monvs Temple, constructed of many kinds of fanc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 8 October 1874

V ' A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, AET, LITERATURE, AC ! «i, AND THE VOLUME III. HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, T1 OCTOBER 8, 1874. '4-:! «W Pi THE ROMANCE OF A ROSE. by xora pibht. It Is nearly a hundred years ago, Sinoe the dar (hat the Count do Rochambeau—, Our ally against the British crown— Washington in Met i i Newport town. 'Twas the month oí March, and the air was chill, That before the daylight should expire, This daughter of his, with her wit .and But bareheaded over Aquidneok bill, Quest and host they took their way, While on either side was the grand array Of a gallant army, French and One, Banged three deep in a glittering line; Ana the French fleet sent, a welcome roar Of a hundred guns from Canoniout shore. And the bells rang out from every steeple, And from street to street tlie Newport people Followed and cheered, with a hearty zest, De Uoehambeau and his honored guest. And women out of the windows leant. And out of the windows smiled and sent Many a coy admiring gl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 8 October 1874

and fiante*. Thursday, Oeto. 8, lb74. 8. LEE KYLE, EDITOR Card. TEXAS Grand Rta CONCIBT. Postponed to October'22, 1874. NO CONNECTION WITH ANT OTIIEE The Don. T. 1). Wilson, Mayor of Houston, nnd the City Council cn.lorsi.1 the enterprise ns follow Houston, Aj>ril 26 1874. We tlio undersigned regard tlie Ren! Estate distribution, winch J. E. Foster propose#to make on the 22nd of October otn no 'ÍS- unable, a clianco to «ccure a tioino for them and thoir families, and having from our long acquaintance with him, every confidence in hi* integrity, we feel jnsti. fled nisaying, that ho will carry out Ilia Distribution honestly and fairly, accord ing to ill's advertised plan. Signed by the lion. J. T. Wilson and City Council. Capital Trizo $5.000 O old: ton roniilonco in Hounton; Popnlnli'-n SO 000 nnd tlio roilroad oentor of tho 8tat«: 150 tracts ot and in different portions of tlio State. Value of prize*, 140,000; í¡J,0(K)!tiokcts at $2 ea«h Positively no fnrtlipr postponement, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 8 October 1874

i¥ § wM and flauta The Heuaxd and Plahteb will be pub shed weekly at Two Dollars'JandlFifty Oeuts (ooin) per atrnum, iü advanoe< LO O AL9. j<3T Mynheer Paul Dictricli, of Milwaukee, feeling MH earthly! tabernacle stored with troubles ta be expelled, decided utter full enquiry and invcstigationjto em- ploy Ayre's Fills, In his haste to purify his dutch stomanh, ho mistook the directions (8 to 7,1 and awallowed¿2f for a dose. This created, of oourse, ail apppalling internal rebellion. But Paul went through the fight like a hero, and came off victor at last, With renovated system whioli he proudly exhi- bits as proof of tha wisdom of his bholoe. He advises everybody to take Dr. Ayre's Pills, but kindly advises his fíitíndfl Wllo are ambitious of following hia example, to «pe ure and take der right botion.h—Minnesota Telegraph.' /n all trials throughout yonr life, F rom sclioolinaro's rod to scolding wifo In tnemory fresfi and fe^or rife,- < > «J To this advice cling through...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 8 October 1874

H imsm'niin '%i QEHEBAL BREVITIES. Kasiiionahi.k society is ono polished liorde, formed of two mighty tribes—the bores and bored. Ik you wish to know how many Wends you have, get into office; if you wish to know how many yeu haven't, get Into trouble. In ajeweler' window In the Bue de la Palx, Paris, there is a breastpin made from a single diamond and marked with the prioe of $100,000. Thirteen of the thirty-eight premiums offered for poultry at tue Vermont Pair were taken by Evan T. Sprague, ahennist not yet twelve years old. Two hours' ride on a ferryboat and a Sunday at Long Branch make up the summer vacation of the New York re- porter. Ui.ondks, with blue eyes, flaxen tresses, and pinkish cheeks, are absolutely going out of fashion, and the old-time beauties, with dark hair, black eyes and red cheeks, will soon be In the ascendant. Ha yard Taylor has put his hand upon the hotel servant of the future. The man was found in Iceland, and when lie was offered a piece of money - for s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 15 October 1874

n ■ - r WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICl !, STOCK RAISING, AND ENCOURAGEMENT OF VOLUME III. HAjXETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1874. Bragg HEARTSEASE. Of all the bonny buds that blow In bright or cloudy weather, Of all the flowers that come and go The whole twelve moons together, his little purple pansy brings of the sweetest, saddest This Thoughts o] things. I bad a little lover once, Whe used to give me posies: His eyes wire blue hs hyacinths, His.lips were red as roses: And everybody loved tp praise His pretty looks and winsome ways. The girls that went to school with me Made little jealous speediest Because he brought me royally His biggest plums and peaches; And always at the door would wait To carry home my books and slate. "They could not see"—with pout and fling— "The mighty fascination About that little snub-nosed thing To win suoh admiration; As if there werta'tli dozen girls • With nicer eyes and longer curls 1 And this I knew as well...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 15 October 1874

3§mÍ4 «nil fiante. Thursday* Oeto. 15 , l&T4. 8. LEE KYLE, EDITOR Card. TEXAS Graii Me CONCERT. Postponed in October'2', 1874. NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER The Hon.,T. I). WUion, Mayor of Houston, and the Citj Council endorse# the enterprise us follow Houston, April 26 1874. We tlie undersigned regard tlic Real Kstato distribution, which J. E. Fimtcr propose* to make on the 22nd of Octobcr next, in this city as calculated to promote improvements, and placing within the reach of many, who otherwise would be nimble, a chance to securo a home for them and their families, and having from our long acquaintance with hlin, every confidence in his integrity, wo fuel jnsti, fled iiisnying, tlmt ho will carry out his Distribution honestly and fairly, accord ing to uis advertised plan. Signed by the lion. J. T. Wilson and Citv Council. Capital Prize $5.000 Quid: tan resident } in Houston; Population 30 000 and tlie railroad crater of tlie State: 150 tracts of mid in different portions of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 15 October 1874

"a*" i fr , ... >W' H«mM a«A i The Bwuld and Flaxtbb will be pub / abad weekly t Two Dollars snd.Fifty Osóte (ooin) per annum, In advaaoo. LOCALS. _ Mynheer Paul Dietrich, of Milwaukee, feeling Un earthly tabernacle stored with troubles te be expelled, decided after full enquiry and Íttvestigation¡to em- ploy Ayre's Pills, In his haste to purify his dutoh stomach, he mistook the direotions (2 to 7,1 and swaUored.27 for a dose. This created, of oourse, an apppalling internal rebellion. But Paul went through the fight like a hero, and cams Off Victor at last, with renovated system which he proudly exhi- bit* as proof of tha] wisdom of his choioe. He adviaea everybody to take Dr. Ayre's Pills, but kindly advises his friends who are ambitious of following hi* example, to "pe are and tike der right botlon."—Minnesota Telegraph.' wife /n all trialsthroughoutjyour life, From Bchoolmam'fi rod to scolding In'raemorj' fresh ánflever rife, To this advice cling throughjall strife. For trials...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 15 October 1874

•n GENERAL BREVITIES. Am English gentleman last year gave the London missionary society $100,000 as a thank-offering for tbi recovery of a sick oblld. Ha who tells a lie Is not sensible how great a task he undertakes, for he must be forced to Invent twenty more to sustain that one. A Lomo Braxch beauty Was recently weighed In her promenade costume, and turned the scales at 165 pounds. In h«r bathing dress she weighed 105 pounds. A Chelsea, Mass., man has an um- brella seventy-two years old, but still sound. It was In constant use till with- in seven years, but the o toner has now reverently laid it aside asan heir-loom.j Pbnnhylvania claims to have given the United States the first turnpike road; rail- road, water-works, locomotive, hospital, law school, public museum, music hall and free library. AKbntucki church lia^^ent two lady missionaries to the FUI Islands. This is very considerate. No doubt the canni- bals will prefer this sort to the tough old gentlemen who are usually thru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 22 October 1874

mm A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF IMMIGRATION^ VOLUME III. HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1874. NU1 THE HANGING OF THE CRANE. longfellow's nfcw foku. [Pendre la cremaiUere, to hang the crane, id the French expression lor house-warming, or the first patty given in a new house.] i. The lights are out, and gone are all the guests That thronging came with merriment and jests To celebrate the hanging ol the crane lit the new house—into the night are gone; But still the fire upon the hearth burns on, And I alone remain. O fortunate, O happy day! When a new household finds its plaoe Among the mj rind homes of earth, Lke a new star just sprung ta birth And rolled ou its hatmoniou* way Into the boundless realms of earth I So said the guests in speech and song, As in the chimney, burning bright, We hung the iron crane to-night, And merry was the least and Jong. And now I sit and muse on what may be, An...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 22 October 1874

Tlwriilay 0 t©.'J ® i 1874. s. lee kyle, • • * • editor I i : E. J- DAVIS. Fx. Gov. E. J. Davis wroto a long h'tter to the Chatanonjra Convention Mating In* inability to lie present, which letter even before his f<'ct 1ia«l l 'ft the soil f Texas, was published in tlio re- publican papers. Tho unnecessary f..1 .'hoo<1 of inability to bo present dnriuflf tho oenvention, which doubtless bo will excuse by somo reinarle of change of intention, recovery of health Ac., is a perfect exemplification of the fact, that a man may mako a statement of facts which will convoy to others an absolute falsehood. He as«erts that tho "Stitcsm.in" of Austin condemns the patronago given by Tcxans and tho Month generally to the publications of the Harpers and from this draws tho inference th it freedom of opinion and liberty of expressing such opinion in not permitted, and that we aro still rebellious against the general government. True! Oh prophet, we do consider it bad tasto, reprehensible and ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 29 October 1874

Volito s f - A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ABT, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OP IMMIGRATION. VOLUME III. HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1874. ÜT SOAP-BUBBLES. by x. b. colquitt. The children are blowing soap-bubbles Of many a chaining tint, With purples and yellows and crimsons Of opaline glimmer and glint. They are beautiful spherical rainbows, And seem to be fashioned of mist, Of golden and green and scarlet, And tender amethyst. Their domes are picture-galleries, Showing CHsoade and mountain in turn. With a wealth of waving tree-tops And carpets of leathery fern; They have dashes of summer sunsets, And hues of the morning, too, The violet.grays of evening, And the morning's rapturous blue. They are radiant prisms of glpry, And gleam like the purest gems, Jewels fit for tin- settiug Of princely diadems. But they are as evanescent As the mist*of a tropical morn, Or the bright unrest of a bummtag-bird'to breast— A word—a flash—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 29 October 1874

f% gUralá anil f Untrt. Tillfil , tWi. s. lee kyle) THE ELECTION. The Coiigrowionol election i nearly at hand ftiid from present appearance* it wonld nee in that Mr. Hancock was to have no opponent. 8<imo minors are howevor in circula- tion, tlmt lh« Rwlicals aro inteiitl'nifr what they call a stilt hunt, that , to make no nomination, but on election day to come to the .polla with a ticSet for a candidate whoiso name will t'ion only be known. How innch truth there in in tliene reports we know not, but in Mjr cate, it is inonrabont npon the t)um- oemtie party to ffivo Mr. Hancock stich a vote, lliat even if not cxprcaaivo of loyally t<> the man, may exhibit to the |«opl« of the Ui.itcil States tlieir deter- mined opposition to the Civil Rights bill, and in fact tojall the iniquitous measnrc* ami ceritralizinff tendencies of the ropnblicnna. The election of onr candidato ia no doubt—curtain—but let its allow the Radicals of Texas and the Union, that aucccss has not -mndo us l...

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