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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 July 1868

kW~ ■aBSÉS; it • ■PJR*. ".:/. ^?r > 1¿2*^ 'W'SWeESWWweewwí^eeiaiseiias - —!-vw '«twt.ju* j>mi¡ga> ■*■ """J* .aaotü 4o u. i/.km j. 4k BKMAN, BnriilTou s™*^SS=B=H—a VOLUME -VIII. insUtt DEVOTED TO PK0GEE6SIVE PRINCIPLES AND THE NEWS OF THE DAT. "... , ... ,- «*íÍ? ; *fj-. < ESTABLISHED TN 186 HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 186S, MISCELLANEOUS.; J MAHSJE. B. J. SMTH. W.B. CHWIUUII , dm* *\wh m ■ NO. 9 * - PROPRIETORS, i. p. OflTBKHorr. ireu/ cum. a. bkman. ofptck—ox All cu ■tío eoD- mmiig tfe paper should be iMmwt to Ostuthout & Bnui, Hempateai, u tfceSeniorEditorwiH continue to reside nt Belleville. aWJ3rát**2Mr On<* year, ¡nvanablyíu advance.... $3 i Six months, " " . " .... J 75 Single copies, 10c. «LOTajftvsssso % One square, of eight lines, $1 00 ft r the first insertion, and 75c. for each continu- ance. Any number of lines less than eight charged as a sqnare. fates of Monthly and Yearly Advertising. F. J. COOKE, isr m, Conveyancer, And General Land Agent....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 July 1868

w s a BOOK FLORENCE PATRICK mm- feas Cflmrtrpan. OSTERHOUT & BFWAN. PROPRIETORS. ft, r. OSTEBUODT VEUXÚÁA chas. a. BU1AS. - .híwsbud. tbe i'Joaservative People ¡ Aun luQr OoUkuV . mi * to ' citi z. OFFICE—Ol lfcft, BXTtriZN MAIN AND WAaBiiferroitantam-wmgT *«-- WG BELOW THE MASONIC LODGE. All communications ud natter con- cerning the paper ahoald be addreaaed to OsmiMBT 4 Bema*, Hempstead, aa the Senior Editor will continne to reside at Belleville. One year, invariably in advance...#' 00 Six months, " " " .... I 75 Single copied lOe. A T«tt«S8SBO • One sqimre, of eight linea, 91 00 fi r the Brat insertion, «ml 78c. for each continn- ucr. Any number of linen >e*s tLan eight charged aa a-aquare. Rula qf Monthly and Yearly Advertising. 1 square.. 2 squares. 3 squares. 4 aquarea. * column, i column. 1 equina. 1 lm 3m 9* ; 5 7 9 m 85 S74 96 8 11 1 m 50 a ; 15 25 20 35 60 • 100 150 We desire it distinctly understood that we de a caah butrinos. A croas mark on a paper denotes that a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 July 1868

■Mi- ' WSSS^ni Sn ■j.¡ WIDSB8UV . d uky CjTT OF HEMPSTEAD n* O J&lOOsf «•••••• 1 Vm. Akmbtck... V. B. Yonag ñ. L. ttankin John Tulb •««• • •■■••• 1 H. L Rankin .... «.YWfti&SMitt! 8. Reese Blake.... " - f T. J. MeGehee ....Depi Sheriff AUSTIN comII. - ooom ■Recorder Cenaty — •* O.W. Johnson.. J G f...-i...- K.C0IU1 C.H. M. Auulé'r. Frits Paha, J. P.OitnM—— ..Gowtíy Ai Z. W Matthew*. ...District .Countjr — títtig Coroner's Office Vacint. Coroner's Qffleo MASONS—Hempstead Lodge No 281—Meets oa thp first Saturday is month. V. • . - ' Hempstead Chapter, R. A. M.,No. 67—Meets on the second Monday In each mnoth. ODD FELLOW; t No. 93.--Meets évéryFnda; Arrival a*d Departure op TraIRS —Passenger Train for Houston leave. Hempstead at 10.10 A.M. Arrive* at 6 >P. M. Arrives in Houston st 1:05 Freigb Train leave* at 3 P. M., aid arrives at 1 P. M. ■Brenham Train, Passenger, down sir ires at Hempstead at lOo'clock. Up Trainleaves Hempstead at 6:05. Mail etoses -half an boar before arr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 July 1868

mm, - FLORENCE .'law* a a* WBDKBBMY.. - - 3J . J«i.Y I, 1868. CjTY OFHEVPSTEAD ' Written* D. AORBSBBOCrrr:. r Mayor H. S- T- Joto Tuüy (' , H. I* Rukin ¿.Recorder J T Bmmiu * City -Constable S. Wright ...Justice of the Peace y. jfMc^tor.V. -V- Dept Sheriff AUSTIN COUNTY. • t coomtt officer . i Q.vr. johnson ••'••• J Oftf. v County K. ColEm C- H. Brasaman - . ".v.*.*- sheriff - « witeri o«t.- ..County Attorney Z* W- MattheWs " Clerk J■ W. Goode- -District . V; J G. Bell - County Treasurer J. Macifamehl " Surveyor Coroner' Ofce Vacant. MASONS.—Hempstead Lodge No. 281—Meets on (be first Saturday in each '"nkmfsrteaii Chaptfr, R. A. M.,No. 67—Meet* ou the second Monda v in each lnnoth. ____ ODD FELLOWS.-HempsteadLodgí, No. 93.--Meeta every Friday. Arrival and Departure op Trains —Passenger Train for Houston leave. Hempstead at IO-.lO A.M. Arrives at 6 P.M. Arrives in Houston at 1:05 Freigh Train leaves at 2 P. M., and arrives at 1 P.M. Brenham Train, Passenger, down arr ives at Hempstea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 July 1868

OSTERHOUT & BEMAN, Pbopribtors. DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPES AND THE NEWS OP THE DAY. ESTABLISHED IN VOLUME VIII. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1868. «o. JO Cera Comttrpan. Editorial Kniek-Knax. OSTJCRHOUT & BEMAN. PROPRIETORS. j. p. ostbutlout beli.vti.lb. chas. a. bemam hf.mp8tkai), OFFICE—OH 12'A, BETWEEN MAIN AND IVAtiHINOTOy 8TUEKTS, FIRST BUILD- ¡ya BELOW THE MASONIC LÜDQE- Suicide has become a mania iu tlio United Status. Gen. Breckenridgo is traveling itt Calinda. The nogroos and whites are still struggling tor the supremacy iu Ten- nessee. California will soon be the Correspondence. Letter from "Coriander.'' Steamer "Lizv.ik Gii.t..' On the Miss jung GII.1," ) ssissipi'i, > SE :iu, 18H8. ^ Deab countryman.—I left the pleasant town of Hempstead on the build up your State ! Who elan do you expect to do it 1 You are the ones to set an eximple. While at Red River I was forcibly reminded of Otis and Patterson, and how very foolishly tbey ran their heads rig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 July 1868

Ceras Cmmtrpan. General Ainiicaty I© all 5 The Late Disturbe,nec-s. ! Steamboat Line at San Felipe. OSTERHOUT * BEMAN. proprietors. t. r. o>TunovT uellviiae. CHAS. A. BEMAN HEMPSTEAD. orricx—on WASHINGTON ma below - 9th. BKTWF.E1 N BTUMKTB, j THE MA3UNI BETWEEN MAIN AND rlBaT BVILD. VIC LODO . All communicttüoui and matter con- ecnuogtb* paper should be addreiaed to OaTMHOUT & Bbman, Hempitead, <u Ike Senior Editor will contiuue to reside ■t Belleville. owibb<0;AIWWII«KI One jrear, invariably in advance.... §3 00 Six month*. " " " ....175 Single coplee, 10c. A&vaavaeaita One iqaare, of eight line*, 91 00 f< r the lr*t imertion, and 75c. for each continu- ance. Any number of line* leu* than eight charged a* a square. Rute* of Monthly and Yearly Advertising. m•••*•••*• 1 «quare.. S iquare*. 3 iquare*. 4 tquare*. i column. I column. I column. Ira ttui Cm h ..... •3 *«.l «10 15 5 S I8A 85 7 11 174 80 9 1 8-^4 35 174 874 481 B0 85 .10 80 100 874 A91. 110 150 PRESIDENT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 July 1868

W ■ (ft Iu regard to the out tag# wo import- you will fiud moro dt vlUry,. more| LIST OF PRICES CURRENT ilnl VL UUllU iillltllL od last week as occurring near Buck-1 wickedness, and pusilanitnity, tlmu iu " " * • } Wbdnesuay July ClTY OF HEMPSTEAD omuEim ]). Aiirenbeck Major H. S. Ei'uor, ( Ym. Ahreubeck i "V. H. Young { Alderman ñ. L. Rankin ) John Tuflly \ II. L Raukin Recorder J. T Browning City Constable IV. S.Wright Justice ot the Ponce H. Keeao Bluko— " " X. J. MoOehue Dept Sheriff AUSTIN COUNTY. COUNTY OFFICERS. Ü. W. Johnson County Judge j Graf County Commissioners K. Collin* C. II. Brossnmn " •' ^I> Amslci...... ....••■« Fritz i'ului Sheriff J. P. Osterhout County Attorney Z. W Matthew* " Clerk JW.Goode District " J. Ü. Bell County Treasurer J. Mneheinebi " Surveyor ( or .ier'* Office Vacant. lioru, five negroes were arrested and S, ISÜ8 brought to Hempstead, and one has ' siiit'u confessed that two uegroes, one of whom has siuce escaped, and ouu is now iu custody, kille...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 July 1868

"■J*?-- m I Cestas (tatrpait. WaO'NBBUAV Jutv 8, 1868 Dying Soldier. To Matilda, after reading her beaut i. AilUdm headed "The Dvixn Soi.dieu," is this poem respectfully inscribed: Oh I ia those word* how mueh of pain, How (ickeniog aud how chill the (train. The toldier dyiag far fiom home, Hia gaapiag word* poured ont to none But stranger ear*, that feel no thrill Of aorrow o'er the grave he'll fill, So toon ai hit abort tandi are run, m When all hit work in life ii dooo. Right well do 1 remember now The death-damp on a «eldier'i brow.— A bojriah faee wat once my care; You'd scarcely thought bit arma eould bear Such duty in hit country' came Aa that waa claimed by armici' lawt. Yet monthi that boy, with might and main, Stood where the bullet* tell like raio; Hi* courage never once grew dim, Though oft be perilled life and limb; And atill, with wound* but partly healed Took bold bit (tand on battle-field. At laat the foe'* unerring aim Cut quick hi thread of life in twftin. They bro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 July 1868

QSTEEHOUT k. BEMAN, PBOP>IBTOB£ VOLUME VIII. ii DEVOTED T^h PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES AND THE NEWS OF THE DAY. «IBfM j EST i I860 HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1868. NO. 11 ATTORNEY S-AT-L A W. J. HARB 18 CATLIN, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW M Travis, Anstin Co., Text . J. P. OSTERHOUT ATTORNEY AT LAW, BELLVILLE. Austin Coontr, Teui. eVS-M-Jy. >V\ WOODWARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW. B«d River Street. ' BufSTiD, TXAS. la the nne non with Mr. Clintí n Fort CHAS. T. KAVANAUGH 4US9Qm*PBX BKENHAM. Texas. nO. T. JOYCE 8. REESE BLAKE JOYCE A. BLAKE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS. Over Kemper Stone & Co'*., Drag Store. SAMUEL A. CUM MINGS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW k3 Industry P. O., Austin Co.. Texas J. W. OLIVER Attorney at L&w. HOUSTON. TEXAS. JACK BELL. ATTORNEY AT LAV. WELSONVILLE, Austin Cockty. Txas. Post-office address, Industry, Austin Co g36tf Xi O. Searcy, H. H. Boone SEARCY & BOONE, A TTORNE YS AT LAW, ANDERSON, Grimes County, Texas. fék2-f4-l?. B. F. ELLIOTT, ATT OB MET AT LAW, HEM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 July 1868

.0 Ceras CoMirirpan OSTERHOUT & BEMAN. Bryan Convention. IK ■" L . *. OSTERHOUT CHAS. A. BEMAN.. PROPRIETORS. ~ bellVuxe. hempstead. Hi _>-**Of-AND" WASHINGTON streets, first build- ING below tub MASONIC íodot- All eomuMMueatfons and matter eendngthe paper should 6e OmtHOBT & Be)U\ Hempstead, *h« Senior Editor win continue to reside at BcDflnlk* ewBattusrarosr One Tew, invariably in advance— $3 00 Six nwntlH, " " " .... 1 75 Single capíes, lOr. A Tam«asa ®i One square, of eight linea, $1 00 fi r the CM insertion, and 75c. for each continu- are*. Any number of linea leas than eight ehargiid as a square. Rate*'of Monthly and Yémrlf Athtrtisiug S sqnaifs 3 squares 4 squares 4 column j column 1 column We desire it distinctly understood that' we do a cash businea. A cross mark on a paper denotea that a subscriber's time has expired The following persons are authoried agenta for "The Countiyman,"' nnd to receive subscriptions ana advertising,for receipt for moneys due this offi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 July 1868

€tm colored people. His speech, as a whole, was a noble"vindication bf the . ^principles of conservative democracy, Wedbbsvay July 15, 1868 jof 'be kind to which be bas been al- lied. tbrongb a long life spent among os. Both addresses were received with great applause, and seemed to treats a renewal of feeling in the des- ponding and despairing hearts of the people. On motion of F¡ Í. Cooke; Esq., the thanks of the people were res- peetfnlly^tendered to Col. J. D. Gid- dings, Col. Adams, and Col; Wal- ler, and they were invited and re- quested to attend a Conservative Barbacue to te given at Hempstead during the coming week, (notice of the day to be hereafter published) and again address the people on the political topics of the day. The chairman then pat the questions of ratifying the National Democratic nomination of candidates for the Pres- dency, to-witj Seymour and Blair, and also the question of the ratifica- tion of the platform of the Bryan Couvention, as expounded by the ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 July 1868

f 7--A ,'**• ■¿imm ¿MMi m jv v ^-£\7- edinesuay July 15, 1868 JOB PRINTING Wbereaa, in the month of July. Anno Domini* 1861, in accepting the condition of civil war, which was brought aboat by inaniretuicn and rebellion in tfjreral oí th« States which conatitnte. tha United States, the two Bonsea of Congnsaa did sol- emnly declare tint tha war waa not Waged on the part of the Govern- ment in any spirit oí oppression, nor for any purpose oí conquest or sub- jugation, not for any purpose of over- throwing or interfering with the rights or established institutions cf the 8t«tes, hot only to defend and maintain the supremacy of the Con- stitution of the United States, and to preserve the Union with all the dignity, equality and rights of the several Statsa unimpaired, and that so soon aa these objects Bhall be ac compLished the war, on account ol the Government should cease; and Whereis, the President of the United States baa heretofore, in the epirit of that declaration, and with view ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 July 1868

lí OSTEBHOUT ft. BEUAN, Pbofbíbtobs. DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES ANDr THE NEWS OF THE DAY. ESTABLISHED IN ICS VOLUME VIII. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1868. KG. 12 orru WA. ma ST fELLVILLE. IS. .gtliPSTEAD. 13*. BETWEEN X4IN AXD WT STKEETS, fMV BUILD- TBI MASOltK LODGE. All commumeatioi and matter con- cerning the paper ihould be addressed to o t£AH0CT & BUtAff, H«Dfite&d, M the Senior Editor will conttaao to reside kt B«Uevill*. * faelrg. Old Grimes la Dead. Everybody bM heard «f tkirpfoduction, but how few hin read the whole of it. It was writtea by Mr. Oreen, cf Providence, Rhode Island, who dieu in Ohio recently. We provide a great treat fur oar young reader*ia producirg it entire: Old Orimea ia dead—that good old man— We ne'er aball ee him mere; He usad to wear . n old black coat All buttoned down belitre. His heart waa open as the day, His feelings all were trae; His hair waa some inclined to gray, He wore it in a queu. Whene'er he heard the voice of pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 July 1868

r:*" m? Ceras Cramtrpan. y OSTERHOUT & BEMAN. PROPRIETORS. *> v „ p. 06terh0ut bellville. ..HEMPSTEAD. *VB&áSU3ME«SJ&m ISO BXLOW TUS MASONIC LODO. AND BUILD- LODOS. cod- sbonld be addressed to Besiah, Hempstead, aa continue to reside Mtmvawwut« .... 1 75 invariably in advance. •. - S3 M One square, of eight lineo, «1 00 ík r the •rs^ insertion, and 75e. for each continu- acce. Any number of linea leaa than eight ' as a square. <1f Monthly and Yearly Advertising. CB Z:l •••• 1 aqnare.. 8 iquarea. 3 squares. 4 squaws. 4 eotamn. | eohimn. 1 column. lm üm 6m iy • • • • t3 • •• • 96* >••• • 910 15 5 8 25 7 11 174 20 9 13 2 35 9 27¿ 42J 60 50 80 100 «% 110 150 We desire it distinctly understood that we do a eaab businea. A cross mark on a paper denetee that a subscriber's time has expired The following persons are anthoried agenta for "The Countryman,'' and to receive subscriptions and advertising,for receipt for moneys due this office: Mr. B. O. Corson ia oar authori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 July 1868

ti*'^ ? IIP® ; :r^ ¿.:r . W; ' yp * • v.- ¿gf T i.. ---" í"":!' -V "#-"'- -3¡^.; -• ' - : * i *■ ■' ■•■ - > A .3EJ&-" :5y*M / Ceras Cmtntrpau. Wedxesimy JLLV 22, 18G8 CjTY OP HEMPSTEAD officers D. Ahrenbeck .Mayor H. S. Efnor, t Vm. Ahrenbeck . J . V. B. Youag-.- { Alderman /(.L.Rankin .'. v John Tuffly $ H. L Rankin Recorder J. T JJrowaing City Constable IV. S.Wright Justice of the Peace 8. Reese Blake " T. J. McGehee Dept Sheriff AUSTIN COUNTY. cocstt officers. G. W Johnson -. County Judge J Graf County Commissioners K. Collins C. H. Brossman " '* W.AmsW " 21 Fritz Palm Sheriff J. P. Ostvrhout ..Couuty Attorney Z. W. Matthews " Clerk _J- W. Goode District J. G. Pell County Treasurer J. Máchemela.. .— " Surveyor Coroner's Office Vacant. MASONS.—Hempstead Lodge No. 9SL—Meets on the first Saturday in each month. Hf.mpste*d Chapter, R. A. M.,no €7—Meets on the second Monday in each innoth. ■ ODD FELLOWS.-Hemt steai>Lodgí. No. 93.- -Mee tn every Friday. Arrival asi Departure ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 July 1868

* a.. r 1É¡Í •,:;vV ¿í¿&-. HI WftSMBUfAY....... JULY 22, 1868 oa Platform cad to report the recolatioo* u a plat- moeratic party of the the adoption by the Goovention. All rewpeet fully cnbniitted. J, T. Bbady, Chairman. Tie fimocjwey of the State of Texas, by their delegate* Convention " declare— of the 1. That the coMenrative people ot the State beliere that die principles ef the National Democratic Party eootala thoee guarantees of eonstitn- \ional liberty and regnlated govern. Mat eeaential to the maintenance of the Union aeder the Constitution, and that the aaseesa of these princi- ple gives the only assurance of averting radical rnle, anarchy and despotism, and we declare the Dem- ocracy of the State an integral part •f the Democracy of the Union, and and that we will rally nnder its time- honored banner with all the energy and enthusiasm of a people wbo hope, through ita triumphs, once more to enjoy the blessings of civil govern- ment and equality in the Union, and to eac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 July 1868

\ OSTEBHOUT & BE MAN, Proprietors. DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES AND THB*NEWS OP THE DAY. ESTABLISHED IN 1S60 VOLUME VIII. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1868. KO. 13 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. J. HABBIS CATL1N, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW • h:i Travis, Austin Co., Tent. J. P. OSTEBHOUT ATTORNEY AT LAW, BELLVILLE. Austin County, Texas. eb'2-fi-Jy. \V. WOODWARD. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Bed River Street. Hmpstad, Txas. Ia the same mum with Mr. Clink n Fort CHAS. T. KAVANAUGH BRENHAM. Texas. JNO. T. JOYCE S. REESE BLAKE JOYCE Sr. BLAKE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS. Over Kemper Stone & Co's., Drug Store. J. W. OLIVER, Attorneyat Law. HOUSTON. TEXAS. JACK BELL. ATTORNEY AT LAP, NELSONVILLE, Austin Cocstt. Txas. Post-office address, Industry, Austin Co «36tf I. O. Searcy, IT. H. Boone SEARCY & BOONE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ANDERSON, Grimes County, Texas. fe!>2-f4-ly. B. F. ELLIOTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW HEMPSTEAD, g24-tr Anstin County Texas; a. chesi.ey. geo. w. johnson Chesley & Joliüons A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 July 1868

Ceras Comtfrpan. OSTERHOUT & BEMAN. •PROPRIETORS. . t. osterhout BEtíLVILLE. «Bit A. BEMAN. .HEMPSTEAD. OFFICE—ON BREMOND, BETWEEN BED JtIVES AND 10th STREETS, ADJOINING r.AKKV. If WATSONS DRUG STORE. All communications and matter con- cerning the paper iboald be addressed to OnBBOCt A Bemah, Hempstead, as ike Sénior Editor will continue to reside at Belleville. ev&sw&awNNwa One year, invariably in advance—$3 00 Six months, " " " 1 75 tingle copies, 10c. A®5*a&tt233H<& % One square, of eight lines, $1 00 f< r the teat insertion, and 75e. for each continu- ance. Any number of lines less than eight charged as a square. ñMe* / Monthly and Yearlg Advertising. lm 3m 6m iy 1 sqnare.. "$3 'm éíó' "Í5 2 squares. 5 8 12¿ 25 3 squares. 7 11 m 20 4 squares. 9 13 224 35 4 column. 17¿ 42 J 60 1 column. 85 50 80 100 1 column. 27* 624 no 150 We desire it distinctly understood that we do a cash-busines. A cross mark on a paper denotes that a subscriber's time has expired T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 July 1868

: Cem Cmmtrpaw. Wkd.xesüay... July 29, L868 CiTY OF HEMPSTEAD OFFICERS D. Ahrenbeck Mayor H. 8. Efnor, ( 'Vm. Ahrenbeck .. 1 "V. B. Young { Alderman JL It. Bankia ( John Tuffly $ H. L Rankin Recorder J. T Browning City Constable W. S. Wright ....Justice'of the Peace S. Reese Blake " •' " T. J. McGehee............Dept Sheriff AUSTIN COUNTY. COUNTY OFFICERS. G. W. Johnson Comity Judge J Graf. County Commissioners K. Collins C. H. Brossman " •' M. Amster Fritz Paha, Sheriff J. P. Osterbont County Attorney Z. W. Matthews " ' Clerk J- W. Goode District " J. G. Bell County Treasurer J. Maehemehl " Surveyor Coroner's Office Vacant. MASONS.—Hempstead Lodge No. 281.—Meets on the first Saturday in each mouth. Hempstead Chapter, R. A. M.,No. 67—Meets on the second Monday in each innoth. ODD FELLOWS.-IIempsteabLodgí. No. iJ3.*--Meets every Friday. Arrival and Departure of Trains —Passenger Train for Houston leave. Hempstead at JO. 10 A.M. Arrives at 6 P.M. Arrives in Houston at 1:05 Freigh Trai...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 July 1868

: ■ '-Í .-; y'i -.; Pr^¥B' *>'' - ..-^''¥}-. ¿Us? ; •" pig. ■fir • -. - I* [; - Ü Ceras Cmrwtrji Wednesday. July 29, 1868 ***** For Delegate* to tax their Witi Upon* '. tuM! nothing but taxes!!! joa all that a man can eat; Tared on ear flow and taxed on our meat Taxed «pea all that coren hi* bach, From hie cotton shirt to his broadeloth black. Taxed on whaterer is pleasant to see, To tor or smell, to feel or to be. Tafli! taxes! nothing bnt taxes!! Grinding oar noses as sharp as axes. • • • • ' • Ami shri mre the taxes for Why, the Freedmen's Bureau to hoop in repair, 80 that radical loafers can each have a chair, And a chance far the pickings and stealings Taxes ! taxes! republican taxes!! Taxed on the coffin and taxed on the crib, On the old man's shroud and the baby's bib. To pamper the bigot and fatten the knave. Taxed from the cradle plump into the «rare.. And what mre the taxes for T Why, to bqy all the rogues they can find far and near, And give to each thief all his steal...

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