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

&§■ •*,: i ae afta QSiA O JO D Kf AH mméá j , v > i i ,: S- i tíi . * I. .¿ u ; ! 1 ** . A..- h".' :i?73 !i B. Ft ELLIO'fT , Editor akd Pcbliskbr. i1 DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES AND THE NEWS OP THE DAY. i ESTABLISHED IN IU li VOLUME vrii HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS* FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1353. NO tt wm. chbist1ak 1. C. baldwin WM. CHRISTIAN & CO;, jwlesalt drntirs 6OTTON & WOOL FACTORS. ASD" * , ' ^ COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 55 Main Street, HOUSTON, TEXAS, Liberal Cash Advances made on all Produce in hand, Special attention given to the sale and shipment of Cotton and Wool. 0. s.graves/ e craves H. S.GRAVES & CO. GENERAL Commission Merchants, Hempstead, Texas. ORDERS solicited, and prompt atten- tention given to all business entrust- pa to m. attorneys-at-IaW. B. T. HARRIS, C- A- HARRIS, Bellville, Hempstead. harris & harris, ATT OR NE YS A T LA W Austin County, Texas. apr!3 Jy J. W. OLIVER, , Attorneyat Law. houston: Texas. B. F. ELLIOTT, A WT O JUT E Y AT b A-W HEMP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 4 December 1868

l®J¡ rr áfl ln|fipr )> " Vm h'- ; Ük m m r BL F. ELLIOTT. Editor turf PmUiskci. & P. ELLIOTT. HEMP8TBAD. Cuas Cflmttrpaty M .¿"TaT A COM- 8V 8<nKK «a«sr3 oaqou.iawiiuéiiiiu émw,/. . Six month , " " " .... 1 25 Single copies, 10c. One square, of eight lines, $ 1 00 f< r the fapfcdns«*ti«, and 75c. for each contiuu- aiWeV Any umber of tines less than eight Yearly Advertising. -'&***• st 1 square.. S squares. 4 squares. 4 column. 1 coli Indin. lm - 3n 6m Jy $3 "•¿J "fió* 15 5 8 121 20 .. 7 , 11 174 25 9 13 2*4 35 174 274 424 60 25 50 80 100 Wi 62¿ 110 150 Wíésire it distinctly understood that we do a cash tasines. A cross mark on a papei denote*that a subscriber's time has e The following persons are authoried agertt* for "The Countryman,"' and to receive subscriptions and advertising,for receipt for moneys due this office: Jaa«s8tev*ns, Travis. J. J. Josey. Pan Felipe. Shas. T. Kavanaugh, Br K Kavanaugh, Bren ham. _ -.Tobin, New Ulm. Capt A. J. Boll, Industry HEMPSTEA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 4 December 1868

I''"' 'í- an rmm/iW*!*! *¿ w . Efnor, A m. Abreubeck A. L. Rankin Aldeiman ¡■M H.L. ji. Cnw.. TezJc Cocxtktmas Ornee. > nstead, Nov. 3 IL¥ BT Griffin & Co. ¿ Recorder! ..City Constable the Peace .Dept Sheriff fctw - AUSTIN COUNTY. sí oí ...u ¿mbjipk officers. G.W. Johnson '. County Judge J -4lraísi^8,. ....County Commissioners K. Collins.. " . " "«• U« Aui>jcr.••••• FHife-faim; .........L -8herifi J. t". o&erhottt.. County Attorney Z.'W Matthews...... " Clerk J- W. Goode District J.'G. ItoH -----.«.County Treasurer jAl&eheipebl." Surveyor: Coroner's Office Vacant. •> .-*lt ivr i 91< nil' 1 ■ . ' MASONS.—Hempstead Lodge No. 2$1—Meetftan the-fira® Saturday in each months - ' ü kmpsti} ad Chapter, R. A. M?, No. 67—Meets on the second Monday in each innoth. f \ - i „ f • ft Of>D FELLOWS.-!! kmpstead LODGI No. 93.- -Mecta «very Friday. Arrival a*d Drpartcke ofTraiss —Passenger Train for Houston ' leave. Hempstead at 10.10 A. M. Arrives at 6 1'. M^ArñvesJfe Hous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 4 December 1868

jjpsPs ««¿i ¡ajgr.'í. >■4: Cttas Cmmtrgim Friday Decbmbkii 4, 1868 HEMPSTEAD GIRLS' ACADEMY. Thi« schopl opened on the 14th oí Sep- tember, for the reception of Pupils. Terms, per Mostb: Lower English Branches, Higher English Branches Languages, Music on Piano, Drawing Lessons, Board can be obtained $3,00 #4,00 each, $2,00 $5,00 $400 very near the Academy with Mrs. Hannoy. No effort will be spared on my part to establish a first-class sehool in Hempstead. Competent assistants will be employed as their services are needed. L. H. RAWLTNGS, Principal bl9tf (Advertisement.) This is a common remark, yet bow few think of the danger of exposing them- selves to their influence I In all low, marshy localities Ague and FeTer prevail at this season of the year. In this disease there is invariably more or less derange- ment of the liver and digestive organs. The remedies uaually resorted to have referei.ee to preventing the paroxysm or breaking up the chills. If this is effected without remo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 11 December 1868

ffMpMMR íÁjiiíéZi 4 i > H í U >*3 -¡taa .TT«>U « .<■*. "i-- teñfaaK ^n-" í 5-a JíT^jíÍÍV- *mo TtttU -; «- it'.n time B. Fr JE£lIOTT f Editor arb Publish**. 186 PBfN6IP£E9ANDTfíE NEWS OF--THE DAT ) / ,n ¿jíV.y v riíál «fe J - 1u wj.j ! : 'l VOLUME VIII ' ¡4." •*P 0 X a. «fisvs£sa, 5;->7««* .-"■-.I'"4 . *t*^> i' ■ "i • • •«* Will bsire i* operation on tbe 2Mb of tbis 'month,* Stéam Cotton Gíb, *58© v" And tti* patronage ofplanters a rtd oí liers having cotton to gin or presáis respeetful- y solicited. He has also in fall opeiation a «?£££, From which he engages W torn out, At the shortest notice; as good lamber as can be found in the State. Parties desiring corn ground can have it done, «Ibis • STEAM GRIST MILL, At the shortest notice. G. L. DOLSON, Wholesale dealer in Staple GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, J CONGRESS ST . Below 1st Isationnl Bank, HOUSTON. ... -' . , • Henry Hkxricks, with G. L. Dolsos. TERMS CASH :V , ATTORNEY S-AT-IAJ c December U «s#8. NO B.T. HABEIS, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 11 December 1868

. f* 1 Coras Cfliratrgman. OMjretr, iartríibhii Uv«aee....|3 00 — mm 2 85 ■* " *" - -■-rr?c. , MB. lo recover b*r 1% fcOne•v ^e,ofeifhtli e•lt1'DO 6 r the _Á lav mi/k /MUBII11 ■9 irmivmf mm f dc. wt ner cwnuhh uw. Aijr number of One* leas than eight ' m a square. i tf MomtUf and Yemrlf Advertising, la 3m 6a , "$3 ♦« fió* 5 8 ISA 7 11 17 J 13 2v>i * 424 25 50 SO «74 ttti 110 Jy *"Í5 90 25 35 60 100 ISO - We we 4 i Wfr, upnrd it distinctly understood that bnsines* A croa mark un a that a subscriber's time has persona are authoried Countryman,'' and to and advertising,fur The following agents for "The tooeive subeeriptioas Keeipt for mnai y due this office t James Stevens, Travis. J.J.Jose*. HaaFeKpe. Chas.T. Kavanaugb, Brenham. Dr. Tobin.New Ulm. '«aft. A. J. Bell, Industry. mam-am school house on said in such instalments as looks. any town in Texas. There is more mod and thicker, more holes in which self* trip up and break his neck than any other "btorg*' this Bide of Caifa. ■xyr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 December 1868

> — V ■ ^;f:- 4tíS&P - -- «• V* \'V ^¿•vSl U B.F. ELLIOTT t Editor asd Publishes. DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES AND THE NEWS OP THE DAY. ESTABLISHED IN 134 Volume viii HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER , 1868. NO 14. ADOLFH HARRIS.... HURT FOX. A. HARRIS * FOX Dealer* la 8V&HUB AS DY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Ac, Cor. Main A Congress St ., Ta Alstyaafr MMtag, WBSA8% 1891a m. chmidt, Til Ware HhnAclae Wholesale and Retail Dealer in HARDWARE, Sheet Iron, Stove, Tin and Hollow Ware, Car. of Travis and Prairie st eels. HOUSTON. TEXAS Palmetto House. Tremout St. neat Strand GALVESTON TEXAS. E C- HcBonnelL Proprietor Baggage transferred free of charge. s * AND news dealer. Hemhstead, Texas. *" Has eonstantlj on band a targe and con stantly increasing stock of Stationery, Book , Magazine*, Periodical , Illustrated Papar , Novelettes, Fancy Article , Perfumery, Toilet Article , Notion . Toy , ¡fe. Sfc. Sfe. Revenue Stamps, Note, Letter and Foolscap Paper, Bill Paper, tec. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 December 1868

r M ñ - ? fías Craratrpan. K V ', ELLICITT. 1 *ui Publisher. lV< sv&s«i&&ira«sr) One year, invariably in advance $2 00 Six months, " •* " 1 25 8ingle cop Lea, 10e. A.a>T3a*fasaii One square, oí eight lines, $T 00 fir the first insertion, and 75c. for each continu- ance. Any awaWr of tino tan than eight charged as & square. Rates of Montklf and Yetrly Advertising. T-" •--- • 1 square.. B squares. 9 squares. 4 squares. 4 column. | column. 1 column. 5 r7 9 17| 05 273 ta ta "mi 9 M fió* 121 m «á 50 624 «i , 80 tío 20 25 35 60 100 150 Choice Morsels. A New York paper, detailing a re- cent fashionable wedding, deorarfly says. It* 3 neglected tokiaá tbe bride at the con HEMPSTEAD elusion of benediction, vhfefa was somewhat reowduUe, her rare .personal charma." " Sonny, do yon love any ?" '"Oh don'l I though I" "What fort" "Because yon always bring me candy whon yon come to see Sissy Jane. Give me some more." " And what does Siss£ Jane love me for I" "Oh, 'canse you ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 December 1868

\ ■4 Ceras FBIUAV DKCBMBItk ,'1868 AHeittaa : . Efnor, A m. Abrenbeck.-k... a. L. Rankin. -- John Tuffly........... R. M. Socman, H. L Rankin ¿t. Croes City Constable Vi. 3. Wright ....Justice of the Pesco 8. Beeso Blake " *' " T. J. MeGehee Dept Sheriff AUSTIN COUNTY. coq^rir off ipau. G.W. Johnson ---- Conner Judge J Graf. County Commissioners K. Collins C. H. Brossman " M.Amster - " Frits Palui, ...j.i...............Sheriff J. P. Osterfaout County Attorney Z. W. Matthews " Clerk J- W. Goode Distriet J. G. Bell County Treasurer J. Machemehl " Surveyor Coroner's Office Vacant. MASONS—Hempstead Lodge No. 281— Meets on the first Saturday in each month. Hkmpstead Chaptfr, R. A. M.,No. 07 Meetü on the second Monday in each mnoth. ODD FELLO WS.-H empstrad Lodgi No. 93.-*-Meets every Friday. Arrival and Departure op Traixs Passenger Tram for Honston leave. Hempstead at 10:10 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 T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 December 1868

mm ;4; ' ;|ÍlBÉP§Í i sát il ■BC *# ÉÉiyi 14 «r ^ '••• . ;' • u ttnc (tt Mtmrmm ^U(u VvffiUlIu^niAn FlIÜAT.,. ®a . '/ • ' & í Jfül km im operation on the SQtttof this That new, kigrapi pnmnodioae STOfTE HOU{6E, On the north tide of the railroad, oppo- site the warehouse ef Bén^ftaMe Brenkamf The honae m 76 feet loeg and 28 wide, haa an excellent^ tiartxff;will be neatly haa a counting room and a small mom, and i weH situated for Enquire of CHAS. T. KAVANAUGH, Ageht for J. Groff. M9tf . JOHN TÜFFLY, Crafectfonary and Restaurant, HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS. CANDIES, ICE C&EAM, LAGER Beer, Cigar*. Fresh Bread, Cakes, Fancy Fruto, &c. Meals furnished. Oysters always on hand and for Sale. g244f ééüéMp SBH * a Steam Cotton Gin, Mas* | Situated on Clear ( town, ia ] miles ami | I kinds ef .u J £ AHRENBECK, | JOB PftHNTlNCr HEMPSTEAD TANNERY, on Clear Creek, two i prepared to supply all LEATpER, Including Harnees, Sole and Upper; abe. Belting. CASH FOB GOOD RAW HIDES. For the convenience o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 January 1869

mi fe-* ^-9rV-% ■Pr lv . 'i* ."■ ? gppp gSgii ■J ^ ? n*'*. S'vmit {«<: ja ,1,. . • -i- ^ > i YWií l V';¿ 1— . ,— M « ■■■'"■■ ■ riT sur <uíC& '&£ - 'X kíí - - ? b9 ... /: , - ; .] •«" ' * -tii\ |Ktatu? fcM Éttl ■ ! -i ; u;. ■7 ■> «o: «asiuS .i • %í HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FRIDAT, JANUARY 16, 186$, :í! J .A..V NO > ! jas w to know DIREGtGRV ADVEETI3EBS. C. A. HABÉIS, B. T. HABITO, HABEIS * HABEIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Adtia Confer, Tona. apr13 ly . J. W. OLIVER Attorneyat Law. HOUSTON. TEXAS. I Leather Taan«y. jgOZMAN, B. M.^ Dry Goods, Grooer- B. F. ELLIOTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW HEMPSTEAD, g24-tf Anitin County Texas. a. chkslkt. seo. w. johhsoji Cheiley 4c Johnson A TTOB^£rS4ri4 IF bellville, Austin County, Texas, ar Office in. the Court Housed decgl If SAMUEL A CUMMINGS, ATTOBSEY-AT-LAW h3 Industry P. O-, Austin Co.. Texas Crockery. Ac. DAB8ANTEE, E. A, News, Booh and JL> Stationery, Bercoue Stamps, Ac. T^PHBAIM, ¿, Dry Goods, Ladies' JCi Dress Goods and Toilet Articles, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 January 1869

?¿#*áMSSá£' Cees Cnrironx B.F. KLUOTT 1. O. ELLIOTT if RANKi EDITORS, PUBLISHERS * PROPRIETORS. Míate its readers with an in One year, invariably in advance |3 00 Six mouths, -1 > " ....200 Single copies, 10c. AATÉavssÁEsr % One square, of eight linea, $1 50 f< r the flnft insertion, and $1 for each continu- ance. i * square. Artec Monthly and Yemrtg Advertising| If *ftif¿iÍT^aB°i^ujij leM th*üífeft diligeat^ attention to 4ba aessfll du. riamr- who eelte you Clothing d 1 square.. S squares. 3 squares. 4 squares. 4 column, i column. 1 colunrifc. lm 3m 6m "¿3* %Yo 5 8 12$ 7 1-1 17* 9 13 22J 17i 27* «i 23 50 80 27é. 624 tío )5 ¡20 25 35 60 we do a cash busines.; A cross mark on a paper denotes that a subscriber's time has expired receipt for moneys due this office: Jameti Stevens, Travis. J. J. Josey, San Felipe. ,Chs8.T. Kavanaugh, Brenham. Dr. Tobin, New Ulm. Capfe. A. J. Bell, Industry. HT J- Ei Bailey & Co., Tfemont street, Galveston, are our authorized agents for Galvest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 January 1869

v - v,-. .y . . .. _ INCORPORATE . Eflior, a m. aknibedt ñ. L. Rankin John íi(Bfí"«" R. M. Box man, - . H. L Ranki —. Reeoi Aider man i"ri" OUR MARKETS; Cerrtcf d Weekly by J. T.CMfla&G* . . Aiii/O'sti .i iit~i Texas Countryman Office, Hempstewi, Jan. 15,1* . U4.J] 8. Reese Blake.... T. J. MeGehee... g* Dept Sheriff AUST&* COüát f. j iJf-\ ' ijjWgTr oWBUW. •G.W, Johnson '....."."..1. County Jiite j Graf. County Commissioners K. Collins " - amssz*?- r * Fritz Palm, — . .Snenfl J. P. Oaterhout .-..County Attorney Z. W. Matthews..:... " Clerk ~i~W.-G<K>dn.-.< District J. G. Bett*. ....County XtaMurer « •• ili .Li - - - .44-- J. Coroner's Office Vacant. Surrey or Arrival akd Departure of Trains —Passenger Train for Honstrfn leave. Hempstead at 10:10 A.M. Arrive* at6 P. M. Arrives in Houston at 1:05 Freigk Train leaves at 2 P. M., and arrives at 1 P. M. Brenham Train,Passenger,down arrives at Hempstead at 10o'clock. Up Trainleaves Hempstead at 6:05. Mail closes half an h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 15 January 1869

Earn ü i • • . ' "i left 2,500,000 franca fiB, mV. will open a store in Batían. Thi London Spectator saya that the liberals in the new F^imfnt •re "for once diááplinedlikéa regí A discharged lamp-lighter {in San Francisco revenged himself by pnt; ting out the street lamps nightly. Rochester, N. Y., has over -2500 un- marringeable old maids. Abt was paid $9 for his song " WhcÉt the Swallows Homeward Fly." Square-foed boots are not a suc- cess with^faatidious New Yorkers. Bnildings costing $400,000 havf this year been erected in Winona, Minn. Tka London Times nses eleven tons of psjper daily. Over $200,000 are paid duly for hogs in Cincinnati. There is aman in Troy who manufacturen artificial eggs, said tó be quite as good as the genuine ar- ticle, which he sells at fifteen cents the dozen. Books to the value of a million, and a half of dollars were imported into the United States from England*last year. . - A building on Bond street, N. Y., worth $46,000, is to be purchased for the W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 January 1869

■n i ....r. ELLIOTT ft RANKIN, DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES AKD THE NEWS OF TJ1E DAY. .^7 PROPRIETORS. I Vol. viii reeressissii. cards. hempstead, texas, fridat^,* january jl, 186 . NO attorneys. B. T. HARRIS, C. A. HARRIS, &Hate, ^kmptmi. HARRIS & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Audio County, TexM. tftVS li_ 'fpmu r. BELL WILLIAM I. ULENN OT.I.T, & GLENN, A TTORNE YS-A T-LAW, , - , < i . i b * ; ■ ' L n35-tf BtlleiUe, Austin Cotnl), Texas. J. W. OLlVER,\ Attorneyat Lrw. HOUSTON. TEXAS. B. F. ELLIOTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW HEMPSTEAD, g24-tf Ana tin County Texas. A. CHKSLEY. GEO. W. JOHXSOS Chesley 3c John§on ATT OR NE Y S AT LAW BELLVILLE, Austin County, Texas, B?" Office in the Court House «^3 dec21 d i re cto ry —or— ADVERTISERS. AHRENBECK, J. B., Butcher, mad dealer in Miats; alia advertises a Leather Tannery. BOZMAN, R. M., Dr/ Goods, Grocer- ies, Boots and Shoes, Crockery. &c. BARSANTEE, E. A., News,' Booh and Stationery, ÉefeuuéStainps, <fcc. EPHRAIM, J., Dry Goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 January 1869

, %tm dDmntrpan. m.r. ELLIOTT I. S.HASKH. ELLIOTT if RANKIN, EDITORS, PUBLISHERS * PROPRIETORS. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, 22.196 Agricultural Society. This Society held its regalar monthly meeting at the office of U. 8. Orares Esq., on Sátmrday 16th fast. It is to be regretted that its regulations conld not have been pat in practice in labor contracts for the present year. No one will dispute that they contain the primary ele- meats of success to laborer as well *s the employer, owing to the late- ness of the season before the society wns organized, and the delays inci- dent to snch organizations in the country, flu society exercised but a partial influence in the regulation of contracts and the organization of a labor system. Many contracts hav- ing been made without regard to its regulations and impalpable resolution of the interests of all parties con- cerned, and the community in gen- eral. Those who so freely denounce such efforts as impracticable and foolish, and throw obstacles in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 January 1869

m mm más AM JV I (Lttas FRIDAÍ, JAM LOCAL ^NEWSrsf -—;— w——— iy We regret to learn that á few days ago the dwelling of Mr, R«nt>eii Morris, near «his plaee. wat consumed by fire, together with all its contenta. Mr. Morris and family being absent from home at .the time. The fire ia supposed to have been accidental. k#* Wn publish this week a num- ber of receipts for policies, paid by the St. Louis Mutual Life Insurance Company. Tbey have "within a year paid about $150,000 - upon poli<&s issued in Texas, most of which has gone into the hands of those who would otherwise have been left in destitute circumstances. All are bound to admit that such assurances are a blessing to all avail themselves of them. The St- Louis Company seems to have taken the lead in-this State, and irom the promptness with which they have met their liabilities, no one can n asonably have any doubt about the responsibility and prompt- ness of this Company, all they ask is fair dealing and they will meet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 January 1869

mm [.KR? t í ' Jx*as (Kmmtrpmí. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JAllUm.~. ...22 jp®aTO"sr Items Editorial. Wood in some towns in Kansas, is $20 per cord, and there is great suf- fering in consequence. Czar Alexander is having locomo- tives made to run on ice. Dispatches frum Maine indicate the election of Hanibal Hamlin to the United States 8^nate. The average price of gold in 1S68 was 139.94; in 1867 it was 138.62. The-next census of the United States i m tobe taken in 1870, and the present Congress is expected to make the necessary appropriations and reg- ulations. There were 187 lost children re- turned to their parents bj the police of Milwaukee during 1S6S. America imported last year 8800,- 000 of English books, while John Bull lor.ght only $37,000 worth of us The - iacon Telegraph learns that a part} t.i fitjy Pennsylvania farmers are about to settle in Morgan county, tía., led thereto by observations made during the war. It is strange that when the Grecian bend is the fashion in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 January 1869

<p¡£ fll ,. .« fe Sit. ■ *-* *A m ' ' M 2«J ,.% ) c >„• / 4 • ■ ••■: /• • ELLIOTT & RAJK1N, y vHE/VSl DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPES AND THE NEWS OF THE DAT. HEMPSTEAD, TEX AS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1869. { PROPRIETORS. NO. 37- rMTSMMML CJRD.S. Aitoatcn. m . i i B.T.HABBI8, C. A HARRIS, .11 HABBIS fc HARRIS, attorneys at law apr!3 If «as-tf if. mux.. ......Tni.mn ii outtir BELL & GLENN, A rtÓtÍJ^tS-Á T-LAlW, AHRENBECK, J. B., Butcher, and dealer in M<wta; atoa advertises a Leather Tannery. BOZM AN, B. * ., Dry Goods, Grocer- ies. Boots and 81 oes. Crockery. Ac. BARSANTEE, E. A. Keirs, Book and Stationery, Hétetfue Stamps, <fcc. 'j.t. Dry Goods, Ladies' J. W. OLIVER, attorney** l*w. HOUSTON. TEXAS. B. F. ELLIOTT, A tT O R Ji EY AT LAW HEMPSTEAD, gS4*tf Ana tía County Tmws. A. chbslet. geo. w. 19hsws Cheirejr A Johsison a t torne y s at law BELLVILLE, Auatia County, Texas, XW Office in the Court Hoaae^l dec21 *y SAMUEL A. CUMMINGS, ATTORNEY- AT-L AW kS Industry P. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 January 1869

m h \ w* i. K Ctns Cflimtrpan. M.W. ......j. s.unn. ELLIOTT * RANKIN. PUBLISHERS * PROPRIETORS BKUFSTEAD, TEXAS, •a . 186 QT The delegate fto the Conven tion from thw county writes us that die Convention are determined to di- vido tie State. < The clivisionists hare a majority, and aro disposed to drowd the minority to the wall; com plains of the illibenditjr of the major- ity, and thinks majorities dangerous. The minority ar in favor of leaving the qiiestiob of division to the people, and let it ba settled at the ballot box; bnt the divisiojaiats prise .their pecn- fiar prorogation too high to let the people spoil their pet job. It seems the passage of the "Dpvis ' Substituto" was kept off bj a con stant call of the House and motions to adjourn* Since the letter was written thodi- visioaiat have carried thtir point and passed the Davia substitute. John jou ougbt to have come home, we fear you have all been there too long already. We sea that yon voted for a motion to adjourn sin...

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