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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 17 May 1877

m Jgasli ml finttt. to «« Editor ? the IIekald wii>|i —My communication in yonr pa] 2#th uht tM not intended to pr Thnrrtar, Mojr 17 Iff T. 8. LH! in* EDITOR iUAOl AWD LOUAXH- The article published «orne week* ago •pon the people of Alsace and Lorraine, and Km advisability at seenring emigra- tion ft** that dissatisfied oection of Garaiaa territory, has excited'considera- ble thought and remark. The «tatemen! made by the writer aa to the industrious habita,agricultural education, and mann- faetariag «kill of the people, are nn- dovbtedly trot, and not-exaggerated in tMiaMffbtaat particular. How Weatorn Tama ia to avail itaelf of th« suggestions lor eeeariag emigrant* ia, however, qaeatfon which We oan not answer. Mr. Peiree haa made arrangement* far an Emfcrti* Agency in London, whereby he may secure nnmbera of laboring men far the settlement of the land along hi* railtoad i«Ota. We ean, however, ha#o little ho^e that the communication* or editorial* published in a tmall country ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 17 May 1877

ml flutter. J. (llJlj n* \ _ _ Lot Green presented with • backet of Rne, large Irish po tatosa on Saturday lyt^ . t -V Muiuu Licjuess—Iuued since our last reportt Volentine Ermes and Agnes Postks on Bl y 8th. JBT llr. Adams Vronght in a Spring tpjnip pleasuring 10 inches round, and weighing two pound*. Pretty good for 4 Spring turnip. Who can beat it! JET* Sheriff 3. W. Bennett and Deputy Collector, J. K. P. Byrn, mude a trip to Austin laet week for th? pur- pose of MtUiif np with the Comptroller. On Friday last they returned, and brought with them Ponton and Walton, die prisoners who escaped some time "ago from our .county jail. They had been arrested in Kimble county by Maj. Jones' frontier forces, and were lodged in 'jaif at Austin. ■ * ' ■* ., ¡— ■ Raí —Bjhk—4Íuh.—Wo have, .had a continual succession of heavy rains for some weeks, # d tliough .it has.been ad- vantageous to. young com, yet the old cotton is beginning to suffer from the unreasonable coolness of the nights. Libe on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 17 May 1877

$«a(i «ni flauta. Juao Bahadoqb.—The most elabo- rate and, magnificent entertainer of tbe Prince of Wales when in India wai Sir Jung Bahadoor, the Prime Minister of . Nepanl. It was be tiiat got up the tiger-hunt on olephant-back. Two hun- dred and fifty elephant* surrounded a district of júnele, and di;ove the tiger*, leopard ;' panther , hyena*, and other interesting game, into a contracted (pace, where ihe Britiah prince and other «portstnen had ome plendi<l fun shoot- ing the felines a* they sprang at or upon the elephants. This Indian prince has recently died, and an exchange says: "Three if bis widow have revived the ancient praetice of suttee by burning themselves with his remains on a funeral pyre. In those parts of India governed directly by Englishmen, suttee bas been completely suppressed, but Nepanl is om of the semi-independent States where the ancient code in many respects holds sway. Sir Jnng died while, at his devotions, and his wives resolved to seek the JmkM con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 June 1877

1- a ■ ■: iiJRs .-■Ms' ■ 11 i i mm * W«*W* NSW8PAPIR, DlrOTID TO POLITICS, ART, scienci, LITCRATURK, AQS1CGLTUBS, STOCK-bai8ih0, AMD tal IIOODUOmiT 0 nOUMAHOV. ~~ !■ Vol. V. HALLETSVILLE, TUTJÉSt)A.Y, JUNE 14, 1877. JUDICIAL DIRECTORY. :oo:— DISTRICT COURT. The Hon. Dibtrict Court for civil and criminal businoss, the Hon. Everett Lewis presiding, holds two terms in each year at the- courthouse in Halletsville, vis : On the first Monday in February and oo the first Monday in August. - COTNIT«eüRT. Tho Cotm-rr Court óftjriinfnsl busl new, Hon. T. A. Hester presiding, meets or the first Monday of each month, ex- cept in February and August; in wliich months the terms begin on the third Monday. The County Court for,probata ami «i vil business, Hon T A Hester presiding, meets on the third Monday of each «Iteraste month, viz: September, No- vember, January, March, May and July, MAGISTRATES' COURTS. The Mrasfirates' Courts of Lavaca county mew as follows: WtBCmCT No. 1. J bass Green, Esq.,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 June 1877

jSutnli anil flanftr. Thursday, June 14, (87f¿ S. LEE KYLE, . . . EDITOR NEWS IN BRIEF. r - ■•**. ____ M. Bonnett Dnverdier, w!io nr«i charged with insulting President Mcjt/a boil, and inciting civil war and assapsi nation, has been sentenced to fifteen " month* imprisonment and two thousand franc* fine. The Kenncsaw route makes the ran from New Orleans ,to New York in sixty-two hours. Diplomatic note* in regard to peace •re pasting between Russia and England, Russia elaiming the absolute necessity of Turkey submitting to the conditions •he herself has rendered necessary. There are startling rumors that Eng- land is about to párchate the Porto's sovereign rights in Egypt; the Pall Hall Gazette advocates British occupation of "ilgypt forthwitii.*^* The Secretary of State has received a A GREAT CONFLAGRATION. three blocks of oalvmton citt lalli abhes. [From Daily News, June 9th.] The most disastrous fire'that ever oc- curred in this city broko out yesterday morning at about 3:30 o'clo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 June 1877

mm i ■i ..j* JgeiaU and f lantet. J9*'The third quarterly meeting of the .Methodist church, Halletsviile cir- cuit, will take place on next Saturday and Sunday. Bro. A. A. Killough, pre- siding Elder, and Bro. J. F. Cook, pastor, will b* present Bask Ball.—Our paper being pub- lished on Wedqpsday afternoon, it is, of course, impossible to report the match game of base ball between Schulenburg and Halletsviile at that time in progress of being píayed. Our boys, the "Local Optionists," looked well in their jaunty caps, neat 'slip^ets, long «hite stockings, and red flannel drato-*d raw—kpee breeches. .' jar John Williams, Esq., of Wil- liamsburg, scot us a little tomato, Weighing 13X.ounces. Since vegetables lave grown so well this season, wg have a curiosity to see the largest, lorfgest, and beat filled ear of corn. I ¡SW Another glorious rain on Friday night last. The early corn is now safe, ..and late'corn almost sure to make a fair '^■ield. Already the talk upon the streets >is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 June 1877

$ wM «ni fiante , 8TKOVO BIO. BE* OF CALIFORHIA Jobn W. Sutton, a '40or, lectured be- loro the Manhattan Liberal Club, latt evening, about California when in the delirium of the gold fever. Among tbe tflicouth miner* about him, he «aid, were "Big,Ben" and "Little Dick," mates. "Big Ben" waa far above any man in tbe mii.ing region in stature, burly, and of wonderful strength, his favorite pas- time being bending crowbars. "Little • Dick" was • curiosity for the stalwart miners on account of his smallness; and á meaner soul was never in a man weighing eighty pounds. "Little Dick" waa quarrelsome, but cowardly, and «'Big Ben" bad to do tbe hitting for him. So, although inoffensive and kindly natur- ally. "Biz Ben" got the reputation of a desperado. In the mining boulders too heavy to be handled by a few men were often encountered, and when they were, tbe proprietors of adjacent claims wore in- vited to assist in removing them. "Big Ben" waa never forgotten, and be did the work of half ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 November 1877

' ¡lili? I . M'il — j6$ i ;#'\í i >A 'ti * {«*'<vf f} í*1: vá • a wekklt newspaper, devoted to politics, art, science, literature, aorioomtüre, 8took-rai8ino, and the encouragement o immtobatiotf r A "Vol. VI. HALLETSVILLE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1877. SL JUDICIAL DIHECTOBY. DISTRICT "COURT. The Hon. District Court for civil and criminal business, the Hon. Everett Lewis presiding, holds two terms in each year at the courthouse in Halletsville, viz s On the first Monday in February and on the first Monday in August. COUNTY* COURT. The Countt Court of criminal busi ness, Hon. T. A. Hester presiding, meets oh the first Monday of each month, ex cept in February and August; in which months the terms begin on the third Monday, The County Court for probate and civil business, Hon T A Hester presiding, meets on the third Monday of cach alternate month, viz; September, No- vember, Jauuary, March, May and July - MAGISTRATES' COURTS. The Magistrates' Courts of Lavaca county meet as foll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 November 1877

and planter. edhesday, Nov. 14, 1877. d. LEE KYLE, EDITOR GENERAL NEWS. Red River h « been clotted by n raft, at some point above 8hrcveport, and 40,000 bales of cotton are embargoed. Senator Bnrnnidc propose* to dis- tribute the colored soldiers among the wliito regiments, and no longer to per- mit separate organization. The Republicans seem to have carried the day at the late election in France ; Grevy was elected provisionally Presi- dent of the Chamber of Deputies, and Roinand and Lepcre, both Republicans, Vice Presidents. McMahon will not resign. A dispatch saya Col. Robert Tngersoll haa been offered the mission to Germany. The Ifon. D. W. Voorhces has been TRIP TO BRAZORIA.—No. 2. Editor of the Herald and Plaste —Leaving Wharton I drove down the banks of Old Caney, passing through n succession of largo plantations, once tile abodes uf affluence and refinement, and showing, even amid the wreck of our labor Bystem, that their owners pre- sented an unbroken front in their strug- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 November 1877

líetalá and flantei. t£9~ AU wbtf owe will please remem- ber the printer. lie is dependent on collections of small sums to pay the compositors and for the material used. 'Please notice change in the " Wef firm. Tbe new proprietors will do thcty best to supply beef to their cus- tomers. Those wanting pickled beef < will please call and bargain with them, fj . ■ ■■ ■ . i Bbm Liverpool Coarse Salt, weigh - ( ing 218. Jbs. to. tbe. sack, at $2 10 a sack. Wit. Mxinimoxr. fW- Did yon ever hear of the Iron ^Kingf It is tbe Emperor of all the Cooling Stoves ¿ First, Best, and most EcowoiacAL.' For sale by J. H. Ruh- Cibo,üb.—The grand European and ^ American—two shows hi one—will ex- bibit in 'Halletsville on Wednesday, the * 'afofiipoT «rr^hvw? believe. Tbe bills are posted all over j.own. A Car Load of best Northern "Early Rose" Irish Potatoes and Silver Skin and Red Onions, just received by Wm. Mbininobr. tStT Potatoes $4 per barrel. Pressed and Manufactured Tin Ware cheap, at wholesa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 November 1877

ü«ald and planto. AHTI-SIANO SOCIETY. iibxoio ErroKTü of tounq ladiks to BUPPKJESB TUB AMERICAN LANUUAOE. [Wheeling Intelligencer.] The u Reform Club " is tlie title of a new organisation in the West End, or- ganized by young ladies for the purpose of .ditepartlgitig.tbe use of dang phrases in conversation. At a recent mooting, while fi member was addressing the no ciety, she.inadvertently made une of the expression "awful nice," and was culled to ordOf by a «liter member for trans- gressing the rules. " In what way have I transgressed I" tkod the speaker, blushing deeply. "You said it would be 'awful nice' to nit young gentlemen to our delibera- te" ¡replied the other. "Well, wouldn't it be retrtWWTthe spcalMr,; "you know you haul yourself nofongef ago, than yesterday that—" rknoW : but you said 'awful nice:' TMVslAnjr." •t '*■ t % ^ 'Í - tt aré going to be so awful nice about 'itárhaps it is; but yihing If I were \'i 8AM UEVALL. J. M. BF.NKETT DEVALL Sc. BENNETT, Have opened for s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 26 December 1877

.4 r- 1 I * • v r- W •> V'' j§t ■ *¥¡y® y a . Í A "&■ •• -41,.. • ' A ' 1 a wkbklr nbwspapjtr, dev0tbd TO politics, art, SCtKSCt, l kratuhe, AGRTOtfLTÜRa, stock-raising, and tbs xngocraorment of immigration ■ ' ' Uh ' - >' ' ¿ Jfeü/ - , ' i— , Ü « * ti( i • . Uf: í ... í'i- i ísi iKfffk: ¡MiS® . HALLETSVILLE, WE^líESDAY, DECEMBER Í36, 1877. Vol. VI H«ali «ni flauta. Wednesday, Dee* 30, 1877. S, LES KYLE. EDITOR Half Subs*.—-The fact thatdmat. ' mas comes but once a year, and that the custom of the country pre* sanctions tie publication of but half a Aeet, will, it h hoped, be considered valid excuses to our readers. • i i ■—' * OHRUWAS. Christmas has come. The Twenty- fifth day ot December has been received by hosrty all Christian people as the an- niversary of the birth of oar Lord and Savior Jesus ChristJ and the day is cel- ebrated as one of festival and rejoicing, a day for the reunion of families, for the presentation of gifts to relatives, and for cheerful charity to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 26 December 1877

Slmld ami plante*. far All teachers of Free 8chool« pre informed that the money is in the bands of the County Treasurer for payment of their claims. ■« ^ ^ . NOTICE. The first of January is near at hand, and all parties that aro indebted to me are requested to como before that day "and settle their notes and accounts, either with ca&h, cotton, wool or hides. ?W. Faiirentiiold. Don't Forokt It.—Irish potatoes lire tecLto the best advantage between .. m W Oti >a!r.4 vtnn AH<t ■■*«!! /I A Olc) aiul New Christmas, and will do well 'any timo in January. Shoemaker, of Sohulenbnrg, can supply yon. • — ♦ £91(l'',crn is a story in town that a Bohemian was accidentally killed on the road between this and Schulcnbnrg. lie fell from the wagon, and the wheel "passing, over his he^d, crushed it. r , . KW We^jwid a virit to Lehman Schwartz's new «¿ore and found a large stock of Christmas doings. Fire crack- ora, rockets, Roman candles, and all the Explosive things for littlo and big boys...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 23 October 1878

Vol. II. 'V'8""'' \ "T*. ~ L~ A WEÉEÍT NKWSPAfEB, DEVOTED TO fDLITlCI, Ah*( SCIENCE, LÍTE ATI: life, «TOCE ililSIKU, AMD THE ¿CNCOl'RAbKMENT of IkAmbATIOR.' HAXiLETSVILILK, TMlT^Sp^Y; OCTOBIESÍÍ 23, 1&7S* r Professional bi^rdg. •J ' ,. y WILLIAM SHELEY, 8 n r g e o It p emiis'i, HALLETSVILLK, TEXAS, VOFFICE-Ca 4n Drug Store of Bennett <fe Davis. mar27y M. B. BENNETT, Physician and Surgeon, ■al-LETBVILLE, TEXAS, Jteapcotfully tenders his professional servi- ces to the citizens of HaUetsville afiá vicinity. Office it Beanett & Davis* Drug Store. R. A. JOHNSON, M. D, brntilst and Pbysielan^ F08T OAK GROVE, Lavaca County, - - - Ttxa*, AMD DBAUER IX 'Drugs, Groceries and T)ty Goods. nl- m JAMES E. LAY, M. ;.gk Ackoachevr and 8nrfe<N|, ■« «% * hallstsvillk, texas, EespeMfmUy tenders his professional serví- i ses to the jrabiio. ¡ ■i.... «N. •> • OSes St S. B. Lay & Co.'a Drug Store. nl-12m V, * O. ELLIS, ▲ ttorneys-at>LaW, HAXLETSVILLE, ' . Lavaca County, Texat, Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 23 October 1878

♦ rsdnjr, Oct. 23, 1M3. the democratic state ticket. 'tsÉRHS: ÍMiótM, Hon. BIOHABD OOKE... .Of MeLcnau. -:o:- For Lieutenant Governor, R. B. UUBBABD of Smith. For Stat® Treasurer, iLJ. pOKN.... .... Of Fannin. ' Fnr Comptroller of Public Aeramnts, V.RDEN.... Of Caldwell. TH.....;Of Hays. O. N. ÍÍOTíLlNGS For Commbrioner General tnnd Offlco J-J. GE008. Of Comal. convent;<w: I {¡II 10CRÁTIC DISTRICT TICKET. . Por 6en*tir,,3Uli Henatoriul DUt^ct, ....... Of Uvooa. ttytT, fii- Oféulxraao■ DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. James W. Beroiett. For liUtriqt Clerk .W. W. AUen. For Justiéo* of tho Eeaco, /; Trocinct No. 1 H. R. McLean. Prooinut No. 2 W..B. Bbode. Precinct No. Maryland Jones. Proclnot No.4...... W.'P. Térry. l'rociiict No. 5. A. O. Nolen; For Holiool Utruoton, ' _ rreclnct No. 1-. .B. Leo Kjrlo. Procinot No. 2 Allen Eiwterling. Freoinot No. U 0; H MoOmbef. Freeinot No. 41. ...I, W.L." Bartwello. PM otIJo.G...\ J. W. Bees. CONSTITUTION AL Wo Lav# for sonic considerable ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 23 October 1878

f fe 'fe ■ ,*> ■ ' iJñ * I mU mm 8. LEE KYLE ft No. 13 Tho IIkku.d and Plandkk \WUbe pub lislied weekly at Two Dijllurw aud Fifty Coats (coin) per iinnum, in advanoe. RATEM OF ADVERTISING. lu^lw.j lw j 'Jw. { 3w. 1... 2... 3... 4... 5... ü.... 7.... 8.... 1Ü.... 11.. 12. 13.. 14.. 15.... 10.... 17.... 18:. 19.. ) i «lili i 1.50 | 2.00 $ 2.50'$ 3.50 i.óü 2.25 3.f5 5.s*. 2.00 3.00 5.00 v 5.00 7.00 2.5ü 3.75 5.00 0.25 8.75 a, «m 4.5ft 5.25 0.00 7.50 ,10.59 s:. 7. (í0 fc.75 12.25 4.00 0.00 8.00 10.00 14.00 4.50 0.7 j, 9.00 uv25 15.75 17.t0 5.00 7.5i> 1(1.00 12.50 5.5-1 8-2 11.00 13.75 19.25 0.0.1 9.00 12.00 15.00 21. "0 0.50 9.75 13.00 16.25 22.75 7.0i 10.30, tl.00 1 .50 21.50 .7.50 11.15 15.00 ib.75 20.25 8.00 l .0.t hi. 09 20¿00 28.0'> 8.50 12.7- 17.00 21.'25 29.75 0.00 13..>0 is.00 22.5)0 31.50 9.50 11,2 v 19.00 23.75 33.25- 10.00 l.'.oo 20. q0 25*00 35.00 1m. '. Sm. i tiin. i 12m. $ 5.00 -f 8.01> 7.50 12.00 10.00Í 16.00 12.50 20.00 5.00 2-'.0i> 28.00 32.00 5?.50 20...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 23 October 1878

$írtald «ni glantot. In planting IMK Mr «ron «n more common Mian tW one of crowding the plot with too many plants. We nave ■cea peach orchard* planted at the dis- tance* of twelve, ten, and even eicht feet. The reason viven was that tney " wanted to shade the gronnd." Now there may be other crops for which shade is desirable, and what wonld the same men think of planting these "close enough to shade the ground f" They reply that fruit and field crops ire different. Yes, theyjtre different; but the same general principles apply in each caso. The crowded orchard will nover give a prodnct equal to its varie- ties, neither will a crowded field of corn. And a very dry season will show the difference between the crop at proper distances and the crowdcd crop, whether it be peaches or o«rn. Whenever the rootlots of one tree minglo with those of another feeding upon a common gronnd, then the trees so mingling their roots are crowded, and will injure each other just in proportion as the roots...

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