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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 10 May 1867

7 ADVARTISINQ RATES: 17sAdvertisements inserte^ at 15 eents jmr Hue, foe first insertion, and Í0 cents «T each subsequent insertion. EST No advertisement inserted for less than $3,06. ■ QTAfiberal dednetion made onyoar- ly advertisements. —SPECIE— ' A Card, not exceeding the space 1 by ten lines, brevier, pCr year, IT* . . 3 m'ths. 1 enlama $501)0 i * 'Mnn .... 3000 .... 2000 6 m'tbfc. $8000 5000 ' 30tR> 12 m'tfes. '-K° 5000 > leal and transient advertisements iUrby «he liss, mmitto or Ra «pÜrSeat . E8TEAT Advertisements banded in by tj e Conn* tyC^rrk will be inserted at the price fixed by tor, "Viz : Two dollars for each horse nr. work ox estrayed. Professional G$*4$. CHA!* T. KAVANAÜGH, BELLVILL^, . . Austin County, Texas. Agreements, Contracts, Deeds, Deeds of Tnut, Mortgages, Wills, &c., &c., neatly huts, and all otber'Kotarial acta. )an.l5-g34f £HAS. f. KAVANAÜGH. B. F. ELLIOTT. KafuanghA: Elliott, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BELLVILLE, • . • V * % *• Austin County, Texas....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 10 May 1867

% BILLVILLEt TE^fl. t> ¿AT 10, 1887. are ntkoriifd J| will alvertiamg, aad f '3*E **3 r V:- 115 Cwmon St., \ their buriaees to n wLii W«*|e ssuch indehtod to the kind -iHr. W. Ahronbeek of Hemp -A gtyti, for # copy of the Houston ^ - We take the following lueifr article from the Telegraph of 8ondaj last. The description of the temple to be erected will no doubt be road with oterect by oar Masonic brethren. We were yesterday shown, by Mr. _ W. E. Wood, the Arcbiteet,.the plana Gilmton* Ino specifications for the new Malta- * " ie Temple, to be erected on thecor- ner of Main and Capitol streets. The building will.occupy a space of ninety-seven feet on Main street, „ and ninety-two and á half feet on WOITLD^ C^fcapitol street a f The first story is intended to be occupied by stores. The front on Main street is to be of iron, consist- ing of sixteen Corinthian column's on pedestals, with an impoaing^en trance of nine feet in width. On the second story, at the corner, of Main and Capi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 17 May 1867

Í «• OSTKRUOUT, T.HABTLEY fcn n -•'<- TKXJS. .lumu. Aom* comm. BATES ADVA&TI8ING WAd<f RATES.- 10 iyt I rtfM 'So $3,00. rA liberal oajauw i«Ti —SPECIE-^ 17 A Card, not exeeedinf ike •eensied by tea Uses, brevier, pet year, reaTOolian. Í ■"■y 3®'tta. ..$5000 ,. 3000 . 8000 finite. • 8000 SO 00 30 00 Marti , f 15000 8000 5000 T ■ ALL legal aad traaneat advertisements •hmrjed fJr by the liae, aad to be pail for ia advance, la Specie, or its aqmvalent. ESTRAY ty Clerk will be iaaérted at the price fixed by law, tit: Two dollar* for *r work t eetray^d. Professional Cards. CUAS- T. KAVANAUGH, BELLVILLE, Anatin Coaaty, Taza*. Agreemeiits, Contract*, Deed*. Deed* of Tr it, Mortgage*, Will*, Sue., &e., neatly •zecoted. Depositions properly taken and aranptly returned. Affidavit*, ae- kao^édg^aept of Married Womea, Fro- teata, and all other Notarial act*. jan.!5-g3-tf , T- KATAXAÜCH. B. T. ELLIOTT Kavanaush A Elliott. A T TO RJf E Y S AT LAW, BELLVILLE, janl5 Auatin County, Texa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 17 May 1867

•# -«p-s MS-. Í mm •. *■ r * :' ,r " -.'• S /- A j.lr. ósfrüfcHoirí, T.'HARTLEY, - - - PCBUSrifit. BELLYILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAT 17, 1867. W following persons are authorized for "The Country . «** will jreeeive subscriptions and advertising, and weeipi fer money* due this office: * Booth it. Bennett, Strand. Galveston. ^Vbrtm4 Sandcliff, 115 Common To WE WOÜLD CALL the attention of adver- tisers to the fact that the The District Court circulation of the COUNTBYMAN is rapidly increasing in Austin county and throughout the State, and that this paper some mm. « uum « - fiunisnes a good medium for making- obtaip a jnry who could take the oath known their business to the people of the interior. tf Preaching. — Rer. Dr. Spencer je expected to preach in Bellville next Sunday morning, at 11 a.m. It is probable also that the Dr. will preach to-morrow night. ty One of the most violent thunder stoinu of late years passed .over BeÜTÍlU on Wednesday night, aeeompaaied #itb a fearful hurricane, W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 17 May 1867

\ J :"v .;- - s^B='3S¿- "*-.• -v- • -• - Fríto the Gahr«wton Newt1 Booth. ' FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1867. i- - j -,- liEMP.STXAD WAILS. Halla going routh win bo efosed at fif- teen minóte* before 0 a. m., and nail* < %oing nortk and west, elo?e at half-past 4 T. G. PATRICK,"P. M. Masonic.—Hempstead Lodge, No. 281, holds its stated meetings on the first Satur- "day in eyery month, at Masouic Han, tf Hempstead Chapter, R. A. M., meets on the second Monday in every month, at the Masonic Hall. tf. jefferson davis. Writ for. Trial—His Release— Horace Greeley, ScAell and Jackman go his Bail. We give below the writ issued for the trial of Mr. Davi3 : The Presidftit of the United States to Brig. Gen. Henry S. Burton, and to any ■person or persons having the custody of Jefferson Davis, Greeting: JVe command you that you have the body of Jefferson Davis by you imprisoned and detained, as it is said, together with the cause of such im- prisonment and detention, by what- ever name the said Jefferson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 24 May 1867

-—- , ■ ' * % - ;- ' - &3S& í'Sff; *r . - X *« K1 / SUBSCRIPTION RATES: —CASH— Cw.il«u, IV • *' - fc ADVARTIS1NQ RATES: per line, tt^ñxai^^erá<m, ^ •So ty A liberal ly advertisement . forte* mmymr —SPECIE— ry a Card, no exceeding tbe *> <■• Nea^ by t«u line , brevier, per jreer 3 m'thi. 1 eolamn $5000 J" .... 3000 •• .... 8000 6 m'thfc. «8000 50 80 90 00 13 Btk« 9 15001) 8000 5000 % r AT.T. W At and trmniient advertisement* okargei for by the liM¿ué to be paw li advance, ii Spe«e/or its equivalent. ESTEAY j Advertíaamenti handed in by the Coon- ° 'to Cterk will Be iuserted at the ppce fixed by fcw, to; Two dulbnfot ^eh horme •r work ox eatrayed. .„ yT Professional Cards. 7 «XJHAS.T.KAVANAUGH, irá ¿* YILJ^E, ,< • c' Contífy.Texa#. 3 FRAGMENT. rhe 8onthern ran with rosy fluh aaeenda hi* crimson ear; _ Che dying ereseeiifa golden born duns not her bridal star. Frond Mím¡m¡PP>. ocean's bride, In grand «Hbiimity, Bolla on its yellow turbid tide, And mingle* with tb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 24 May 1867

f_>: - ' fi 'IF* ► \ - Efesf. *.f ; «J 4m Jfc «k |W| BBSST?"- - /. P. QBTUBttOUT, Pnonurrof. >oirt Í. If A8TKEY¡ •>' • i' mufaE*. ..y " 1 .y i ■ " ace BELLViLLK, TEXAS; ; W aí * i persons are authorized for "1W Country man,"' and will . aud advertising; auii t for moneys due this office: Capt. A. J. BeVI, of Industry. " Booth it Bennett.Strand. Galveston.'" Wharton &JiandclifT, 115 Common St. We a long account of $• te- cent riots in thefcjjith oo «or fint V&- ffcjM j^Bd men and extreme- into of both parties operating to stir r up and bring around that state of W0 afford to wait, by eschewing pol fueling that can bat inevitably culm nnte in a war pf races and the exter- irimafiofi of the negro, which will as yewor^ ;is • WE WOULD CALL the attention ef .adver- tisers to the fact that ihe éirrtlation of the COUNTRYMAN aapidly UndreAMn^ in Austin county and throagbaut the Statrw sad that thin paper ' a good medium for making their fetidness to the people of the == High...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 24 May 1867

I u I f I jmtfrgmatt. tf, MAY 24. 1867. s.—Mail going south fifteen minutes before 9 i going north and west, T.G. PATRICK, P. M. Bo«P«tead Lodge, No. 281, meeting* oo 1* Satur- aTMeeonic Hall, tf Chapter. K- A. M-. meets on tfcÍS^Monday Ú every mouth, at tbt, - " i Hall. "• Odd fuxofrs.^K^ ': Meeting of H^wdLodge, I, O.O.F., every hn- Tvening, at 8 o'clock. tf Hempstead Local. gY T. "O- PATRICK. Hempstbd, May 21. Sew Cistern.—We are glad to see die town cistern under process of Construction, and hope soon tosee the tfm« completed, and a fire-engiue located close by, so that in cas oí Jil« there may be a chance to save oar prosperous town. Gavtiim.—We would caution our eonntiy friends about coming to Hempstead and getting into a "muss," tm Mr. H L. Rankin has been ap- pointed City Recorder, and Mr. Browning City Maishal. They are always on the alert, with eyes and earo-open, and woe to the man who is found violating the city ordinances, if we may judge by the-fines imposed fat the la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 24 May 1867

V-c.> ; - tf HOW HAPPY ILL BE. afyed aaioag tke flowata, i ami bloom of tunwr bona; I.the bods in a garland fair, tteaaap is her ÉiimWr. "AkaW'said ahe, -how happy fU be, When ten yeara mora haw grown orer me, with foalk'i bright ng my eheek and lighting my brow!' iden mnaed in a pleasant to the air was filiad with a i Yaaaa were near of antique mould, Beaatifal pictures rue and old, And the of all the lorelieat there, waa bf far the lorelieat and moat _ **Ah me!" aighed ahe, "how happy I'll be When my heart'a tone lore comea heme to ▲ mother he* * ever theeradle neat. Whore ahe ac^ched her babe to hia amüing rent; flBwf wall," ahe mennvrad aoft and low, Aa ahe preaaed her kiaaea on hia brow: «Oh! child, aweet child, how happy I'll he |fthe good God let thee atay with me, TW Inter on, in life' evening hour, Thy atrengtfc aha 11 be my atrength and tower;" one aat by a glowing hearth, Almost ready to leave the earth; Feeble and frail, the raee she had ran |Iad borne her along te th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 31 May 1867

* i m Li •- ■ • J. P. OSTESQOUT, Pbopmrm. T. HARTLEY, - .-, ■ ornes, SOSTH SIDE PUBLIC SUCABE, BBU.Vll.LE, AOSTljf GOÜHTT, TEXAS SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ' -CA89- Speeie—Single Coffih year, 93,00 " " Siamtki,-- 1|50 . t)«': :i ijl.M ■ volume. |y Advertisement* inserted at 15 eenta per liae, tór frst insertion, and 10 cents inserted for less than 93,00. "A liberal' deduction made on year- a* Y< CP* A Card, not exceeding the apace Men^MjPtjften linea, brevier, per year, 3m'tha. ....$5000 " .... 3000 .... 8000 6aa'tha. • 8000 5000 30 00 *?P *5 4 99^ CtUITRTMAX JOB OFFICE 1 We are prepared to execate in approved modern stvlet, notice and J. P. OSTEBaétf, "INDEPENDENT IN all THINGS—neutral IN NOTHING.' PROPRIETOR. VOL. VII.! BELLVILLE, FRIDAY, MAY 31. 1867. Í NO. 19 IN MEMORWM. -*■ Ob the boaom of the river, Where the ran unclosed Ida qaiver, Where the ctarlig ht streamed forever, . Sailed a veaael light and free; Morning dew drops hang like manna, On the bright folds of her banner, While ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 31 May 1867

g/gt C/iwnurptatt> IH I J. P. OíTEKIlOUT, Pbopkwtok. t. HARTLEY, -- - Pcbi.isher. BKLLY1LLE, TEXAS. TODAY, MAY 31, 1867, ||i bilnriig ifemni ire authorized ■1Mb for "The CNatipM;' and will Mceire subscription* aad advertising, iW rnoamiwtkii«Se«: Cap*. A. J. Bell, sf Industry. Bennett, Strand. Galveston. Saodcliff, 115 Common St., ItorOrleaiM. . ^aag= =^' To Advertisers. WE WOULD CALL the atteution of adver- tisers to the faet thpt the of the COUNTRYMAN i* easing in Anatin oevnty and the State, aad that this paper a good medium for iqaking their business to the people of the The Recent Riots. Key -• to the door of ÜM Gountrynuui Offiee, between the the oficBg and KngeOct *! store. A y one findiagit will confer a favor by letwniog the sane, and Receive por dual abo: Prtadktng.-^RtiY, Mr. Kaimon will fiMkh Id BeUvflle nest Smday, The Episcopal Convention com t it Bnmbam yesterday. 8ev- meabera of tbls pariah have op to attend* among them the Sector, Rev. H. B. Moogea. Any Rains,—Ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 31 May 1867

¿ \ < C|t Cmtittrgntitir. FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1867. BdÉrmAO Mails.—Mailsgoing south Will be thmed at ¿/■..a * ««°« t at hatfpnt 4 minute* before 9 north and west, T. O. PATRICK, P.M. Maso*ic.—Bempetead Lodge, No. 831, LJi. itg dated meeting* on the first Satur- day in every month, at Muonic Hall, tf Chapter, B. A. M.. meets on the aeeoad Monday In every month, nt the Mm—1'r tf On P«lujw«-—KeguUr Meeting of KMHatoad Lodge, I. O. O. F., every Fri- day evening, at 8 o'clock. tf m Hempstead Local. BT T. O. PATRICK^ Hempstp.d, May 27. On Monday last we took Another trip to Houston, which we found steadily growing, and likely to con- tinue to; hot there was a general complaint of dull times. However, people ibsstent, and by callingnt the Metropolitan Hotel you can find «very article the market affords, and with Mr. C. Bremond in the office, ym may be sure of the best of fare. Mr. is an old hotel keepjjr, and knows who to associate with to keep vp the interest of the house. We had hardly ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 31 May 1867

I Cjre Counlrpan. MY THOUGHTA ARE IHINE yjrjMl Ka seen* huge keen. My ■tidofgfci drew* are ul of thee' Aid «ikMe broods o'er land rail we; Ok, ki that (MU, mynlenoiu how, Hew « from waking dream* I Mart, To «■« the* tat a fancy flower, TIN ekefUcd Mul of my heart; Th— hMtuaeh U o igbt and dream of niUir— Hare I in turn one thought of thine I Forera thine my dreamt ahull be, What^ur may be my fortune* here j ) ash not lóvt—I claim from then Oihr on# noon a sentía tear: Kay e'er ble* <U>n< from above Hay gattiy roond thy happy heart, .iaiitl ' of peace and love ^depart. are «till of thee— of me í blooioi depart, die— Thy holy memory in my heart; Jfe mm üuu one flower*! enp mi HamUahttoM Ktnlilllve^H a the i enp may «1, sir™' of heaven; My aoal greets thine, anaaked, unsought— Hasttfcoaforsaeonegaotle thought? Farewell I flueweil II my lar off Mend I Between us bread blue riven flow, Aa4 fcwsts www SBd plain* extend, _And mountain* la the maligbt glow. Tfco wtad that hrntfcr a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 7 June 1867

V-:j T. HARTLEY. - - - Publisher. SIDE PUBLIC SQDARS, MttVtLLX. AÜ8T1X COVOTt. TEXAS SUBSCRIPTION rates: —P*8H— l|—i« Hhj i Copy, 1 year, $3,00 « •« " Six months,... 1J50 Fifty miaban wake a volume. * advertising rates: HP Aávertisenents inserted at 15 cents Mr Am, for fiut insertion, ami 10 cents mf eaek sabseqaeat insertion. 0^No advertisement inserted for less tiM $3,00. OTA liberal deduction made oa year- ly advertisements. —SPECIE— XT A Card, no* exceeding the spaee —tinnitrt by tea lines, brevier, per year, fea Dollars. 3m'ths. " _ ..#50 00 .... 300 1 Í SO 00 6 m'tbs. $ 8000 5000 30 00 12 m'ths. f 15004) 8000 5000 ^T.t. lees) and transient advertisements ¿imi for by the line, and to be paii for )• advance, in Speoie, orita equivalent. ESTRAY Advertisements handed in by the Conn- Clerk wiB be iuserted at the price fixed by law, via: Two dollars for each horse m werk ox* eetrsyed. Professional Cards. OBIS. T. KAVANAUGH, s~. BELLVILLE, Austin COunty, Texas. Afreenients, Contracts...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 7 June 1867

> *.t * ft. . m r V J. P. OSTKBHOUT, Pkopuetok. T. HARTLEY. ... Publisher. ( BELLVILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1867. TW follow log person* are mttoriied Imta for "The Country man/' and will receive subscriptions and advertising, and wwipt for moneys tee this office t Capt. Á. J.Bell, of Industry. Booth & Bennett, Strand. Galveston. Wharton A SandeKff, 115 Common St., >ew Orleans. To Advertisers. WE WOULD CALL the attention of adver- — tisers to the fact that the ^ireulation of the COUNTRYMAN is —:-1,_ increasing in Austin eounty and ^out the~State, and that this paper bes a good medium for making jtnoirn their business to the people oTthe L pP See notice of dissolution of jMrtoerahip. Died.—John C., a son of Érn^t Bichter, of this place, died on the 6th insfc, aged one year and three jnanths. |y Hew Advertisement—Sée the advertisement of A• Sessums & Co-, of Honston and Galveston. Every confidence and reliableness may o be be placed" in the firm with which lfr. Seasoms...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 7 June 1867

k. / " •'* 3- / -X .ft r^=y x< r Cmrairpan. i /. FRIDAY, MAY 31. 18$7. Hempstead Mails.—Mails going wrath Mi ke closed at fifteen minutes before 9 it.JML, | i mail going north and west, T. O. PATRICK, P. M. MaSOViC.—Hempstead Lodge, No. 281, holds Its stated meetings on the first Satur- day ia every month, at Masooic Hall, tf - Hempstead Chapter, R. A. M., meets on tin ateoad Monday in every month, at the Maaoaie HalL tf. Odd Fellows.—Regular Meeting of Hempstead Lodge, I. O. O. F., every Fri- dag evening, at 8 o'clock. tf The |ooth Diary. The following ia the copy of the writing (which was in pencil) found in the diary taken imn the body of J, Wilkes Booth. « Te am*." Ann. 13—14, Friday, the Ides. Untfl to-day nothing was ever ¿bought of sacrificing to our country's ■ Hfga For six months we had wacked to capture. But our cause fcfláng almost lost, something decisive and great must be done But its Jfciloro was owing to others who did net strike for their country with a lieart. I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 7 June 1867

I5i ik; b IT HE'D DO roa HER. Mvwñr for hér, Pd tear for ken TU Luid knjw< what I'd bear for hat; íd lie tor her, I'd sigh for her; .W drink the Cyprus dry for ken I'd watch the honse all day for her; I'd cune for her, do worse for her; I'd furnish some one to nurse for hen I'd leap for her, I'd weep for hen I'd go without my deep for hen I'd fight for her, I'd bite for her, I'd walk the streets all night for hen I'd plead for her, I'd bided for ber, I'd ao without my feed for ben td eho«t for her, I'd boot for her, A rival who'd eome to toot to hen I'd kneel for her, I'd steal for her, loth is the love 1 feel for hen I'd ride for her, I'd slide for her. ?d swim 'gainst wind and tide for hen d try for her, I'd cry for her, —dang me if Ti tie for k*r, "Or any ot/ur man." WHO iS M\ NEIGHBOR bbor? If i* lie whom thon <« r to aid and bless; WhoM aching heart or burning brow Thy soothing hand may press, Thy neighbor ? Tis the fainting poor Whose eye with want is dim; Whom hunger se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 14 June 1867

.,w-, "■ A:\ ' ' ---t W *' . Tí ■<■ -m JT* T«< MU ¿a.gsi~, ' 8WZ PUBLIC SQUARE, ziirtíí*. ¿airar coubtt, tmxam subscription rates: —CASH— «de— Einglt Copy, 1 year, $3,00 «• « " Six months,... 1,50 i a volume. advertising rates: lyjLáTertiienueto inserted at 15 cent «r line, for firat inaertion, and 10 «ente -No advertisement inserted for lee. * A liberal deduction Made on year- rTtar* SSfóS.' -SPECIE— A Card, not exceeding the apace ten lines, brerier, per year, 3 m'tha. ...460 00 .... 3000 « 8000 6 m'tha. t 8000 5000 30 00 12 m'tha. « 15000 8000 5000 ALL legal aaitnaaient adrertiaemeat# «ÉeigedH* by the Hue, and to be paid for, is adraaee, in Sfeefe « ita eqanalent Advertiaementa banded m by the Coun- ty Clerk, will be inserted at the price llxed bylaw,vis: Two do0*refor each bone e eatrayed. Professional Cards. CHAS. T. KAVANAUGH, BELLVILLE, Austin County, Texaa, Afreementa, Contracta, Deeda, Deeds of Tnwt, Mortgagee, Wills, ¿be., &c., neatly executed. Depoaitiona proper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 14 June 1867

It ft / CHAS. KE&SLEB üa ¿a. m JHW1.WLL8L TEXAS. .T^ JOHBÜ, lflWr lain "cjlí JbXifM *?- . iUI^D CALL *"1 iaAoaín mW *"á , fit that this paper «to fl|p^ple^« .- - A- J-. . . atllo'doek A. M. expected to place ap*t wt* i at the in- ly of P*r| of The inve*ta*m W" one, T$a «X. jbefo C. T: EtTfp 0. *o?t.fi# j. p.ob- i>jj ii ppff1™ for (ho Z> Hunt and B. T.flisr _ TCtbs defense. Newly the ♦ell. The ac- «diacharged Vy th# mag _ Fj result that seemed to meet hHiiaiiial the pablic approbation Farmer. — This >magasinefor J^ine b*8 fyeen nerfni and, aa canal, it ia well atond with original and aeleeted ar- many articles on tobacco culture. Uve fcorttaJfue, thf dayy, lady's ¿US, with numerous il- Ipatialinna of agricultural implements «id machines. It is published by 0. Sands KUQa £ Co- 8,24. Oslvert «beet, Baltimore, at fl 50 per annum VRural New Yorker," (the fgrl^ultoralx literary and fam- ily weekly^ pice $3, and the "Mar yland Fera^" price $1 50, ftjrqish fflypa year fry $.3 5...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 14 June 1867

y FRIDAY, JUNE 14.1867. Hcmpstkad Mails.—Mail* going south will be closed at fifteen minute* before 9 A. M., jW nmil yoing north and went, T. G. PATRICK, P. M. Masonic.—Hem patead Lodge, No. 281, igs on the firat Satur- a, at Masonic Hall, tf Hempstead Chapter, S. A. M.,meetaon the second Ifmadaj in every month, at the Marañe Hall. tf. Odd Foxowi Regular Meeting of Hempstead Lodge, 1. O.O.P., every Fri- day evening, at 8 o'clock. tf Hempstead Local. BY T. O. PATRICK. Hbmpstbd, Jone 7. W. Ahrenbeck & Bio. have just received oaejof the moat extensive atocka of dry goods, groceries, Ac. Everything in the line of cotton, Hnsn, iQk and wonted goods; thread of aS kinds; sugar, rice, coffee, tobacco, eon, and • general assort- of everything the planters ¡an be had, and at lower figures ¡an be had in the Houston or Galveston markets. Gome and give them a trial, and we will guarantee that job will go away satisfied. They can be found on either side of John Tuffly's, and as yon pass don't...

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