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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 29 October 1874

-3=5 i ■ yjr-> ' ghtalá aud fiante . The Hbbam and Plantee will be pub shed weekly at Two Dollars and Fifty Cents (ooin) per annum, in advance. LOOAL0 fw Mynheer Paúl Dietrich, of Milwaukee, feeling his earthly tafafeirtaole - * d with troubles to be expelled, decided after full enquiry and investigation .to em- ploy Ayre's PUls, In his haste to pürify his dutch stomach, he mistook the directions 2 to 7,] and swallowed^ lor a dose. This created, of course, an apppalling internal rebellion. But Paul went through tlie fight like a hero, and «ame off victor at last, with ronovated system which he proudly exhi- bits as proof of the wisdom of his ohoioei He advises everybody to take Dr. Ay re s Pills, but kindly advises his friends who are mbitious of following hia example, to "pe lire and take der right botidh."—Minnesota Telegraph." In nil trials throughout your life, From school mam's .rod to scolding wife In memory fresh and ever rife, T o this advice cling through all strife. For...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 29 October 1874

«ENKKAL BREVITIES. An English physician during a lceturc to a i'vinule audience, on the use of alco- holic beverages, asserted that the •' bable of London are never sober from their birth until they are weaned." The Alaska Herald says that In Nushik, • Alaska, In latitude 02 degrees north, the thermometer on the coldest day of last winter indicated twelve degrees above zero, and that out-door work can be mic- cessnilly carried ou there from the 1st of April to the middle of October. A turkky hen in Lancaster county, IV, disappeared from her usual haunts a few weeks ago, and returned alter a short ab- sence, accompanied by a brood of young partridges, which she is now taking care of In the most motherly way. The little strangers arc said to be very tame. A Coronck'b Jury In Boston lately found a verdict declaring that the use of chloroform as an anaesthetic Is unjustllla- ble, and that legislative means should be taken to prevent its administration. The death which resulted from it l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 5 November 1874

r¿H mfflSt *«|E i i1 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, AET, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND ENCOURAGEMENT IMMIGRATION. t Volume III. HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1874. MY CAPTIVE. BT IiOUISB CHAKDLlkB UOULTON. I caught a little bird, and I abut him in a cage, And 1 said, "Now, mypet, I lore thee dearly. Fold thy bright wings, nor let thy fancy range: Thou art mine, so sing, I pray thee, eheerily. But oh, the little bird,he fluttered still his wings, And with bright, wild eyes he oeased not to watch me, And I only heard him say, '"Tisa free heart that sings- Open but my door and I'll sing till you caloh me." I brought blm dainty food, and I soothed him long and well. But the timid little heart oeased not to tremble. I decked his cage with flowers, with leaves I wrought a spell, By sucb lond device his capture to dissemble. But still he missed above him the.far and shining sky. And still he missed about him the free winds, blowing, Be beat his little win...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 5 November 1874

$úald aul fluitcr. Thursday, Nov'r. 5, 1HT4. 8. LEE KYLE, EDITOR CHATTANOOGA CONVENTION. The great convention of sorc-headut Jladicuts, dispossessed earpptifcágger and diHappointvd waluwa^ j is over aiul t he linn It i ho fur as at present known—nil! )* The old worn-out cry of koutilern outrages, political jmriwrs, and uurecon Btrneted rebel*, W.i* again bellowed forth by the boisterous voices of the cxp'cllcd hungry officiats, and the northern mind has not been infl.iiiicd; the votes of Ohio and Tndiium show that lies can be told too often and fail of political effect, E. J. Davisjcmicx back to tlic state he has belled, fearing no personal violence: to the daily intercourse with men whom ho bad characterized as murderers and thieves, dreading nothing more serious than their unniitigatcl contempt; and benefitted not one particle for his unnat- ural and disgraceful slander upon the land which lias supported and honored liini. NEWS ITEMS Nk.w Oulkaxs, Oct. 29. About 3^ o'clock this ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 5 November 1874

gfmM and flautw * The IÍekai.d ant) Planter will be pub lished Veckly at Two Dollars and Fifty Cents (ooin) per annum, in advanoe. LOC AL8. ÍHE LEE MEMORIAL MONUMENT, 'The latest News from the Leo Me- morial Association is that Prof. Edward V. Valentine, the sculptor, has secured from Vermont a block of puro white marble, from which he is tiow fashioning a recumbent figure of Gon'l. Lee to be placed on the grand Monument that is now being erected at his tomb, at the Washington and Lee University, Lexing ton Va. The figure represents Gen'l Lee reposing ill an easy position npon'a conch, his head and shoulders raised above the body, his left arm outstretched by the side of his sword, his right arm laid across his breast. He wears full Confederate uniform, including boots and gauntlets, and a light drapery cov- ers the whole form. Thfl'ftppearance natural and graceful, indicating peaceful slumber rather than death. This monument when surmounted with such a fine work of art, will bo las...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 5 November 1874

r £ § f « 1 | i i 1 i 1 < ¥ I HOME INTERESTS. Bi Pattim.—Take cold beef, mince and season it, and bake In a rich puff- paste in patty-pans. Time, half an hour. Fkathkk Cakb.—1 cup of white sugar, 1 spoonfUl of butter, 1 egg, 2 even cup- fuls of flour, 2-3 cupful of sour crwm or milk, and 1 teupoonful of soda. Flavor to tute. Soft Costabd.—Set x pint milk into a kettle of hot water, till near to boiling. Beat 8 eggs, cup sugar, and 1 teaspoon- ful corn-starch together. Pour into the milk, stir It for two minutes, remore it from the kettle and pour Into cups. Boo Saucb.—To serve with Boiled fish. Take a small cupful of butter, and rub Into It i teaspoonful of floiuythen pour upon it about a gill of boiling water, stirring it fast. Let it boll up onoe. If it is allowed to boil long it will become oily. Pour It over 2 eggs boiled hard and cut fine. Rice Biscuit ob Cakbs.—To every ■ " * pound of gs. Beat t , lee flour and sugar, and moisten the whole with the eggs, which should be pre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 12 November 1874

jar. ?¡mu sr .1! J • i ?• íittK. ] < y ■ jTl-Trfl • -M—h A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, AET, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT O^ IMMIGRATION t-r- y IV i II1 >Al f : THE WILL AND THE WELL. .mi*. «-. *> * In the primitive auceal NjW V Quaint*oli Huidledl ^UILItABCE^ ■Tj quáintóli >yal wing And here dwelt quleLQ^1ni^H«jtc> Who owned a Whose water olear «ISr I! When the snmmei*fcto® périral fiercely down* And air and earth wereparched and dry, WouldtoTiflcooling preoinctnle, And the birds, with nests in the green trees' nohl mortffe^ual And the veidure laughed Itf*7oy, as the stream flowta by. And the pottle which came to drink SMttitttlohg. delightau Se ifley withdrew Seeming to ponder uud to think Of the bounty bqfan antt-troe,- . . Aftth&water<* sweet FJoWed round their feet, Forever bright fcnd new. ,.o > a a;)/ i .1 To fill their pltohers the maidens came. And smiled as they saw In the wave below Their forma (eflecwMnd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 12 November 1874

Ptrall mí planter. Thariday, NoT'r. 12 , 187*. 8. LEE KTLK, EDITOR. -A. Card. HAVING heard the rumor which were current in Ln Orange dctri- imcntal to my character, I went to that t«wn to investigate the mnttor. After diligent iiK|mry, I found no one who Imd originated the «Undent, and no one who would be respnnsiblc for their cir-> cnNtion. I, therefore, being without oilier means uf disproving wind none dare oven attempt to stibatnnlinie pro- nounce the whole matter "a malicious mtd unfounded He." T1GNAL JONES. IlallctMville No*. 7tli 1814. i FREE SCHOOLS. " A teacher before commencing a pub- lic free school should have a written aiwignmoat to duty from the School Trustees of the District, stating when the school it to commence, where it is locatodj the date of Teacher's certificate, and the monthly salary agreed upon. This assignment should be sent to inc. No public school supported wh>lly At public expense, should lisvo less than twenty-five enroll ] scholars, having at le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 12 November 1874

Mí iff a. ! k. indi The 1 —*" aio> *** *■* win to pub M mUt at Two Doliere "* *®i s, te adrases. Om*s (ooto) p« i LO O A-XiS. iy Mr. Sun Devall, County Tré**- IaloriM us that he will pay from 25 to 60 par cent to teacher of Free school* n Moont of Unir draft* « him for the acolastic yiar 1878—4, jar'Fallen humanity need* elothiag' It waa immediately after-the Fall that Adam and Ere took to dressing them- Well, the foil borer, A. *8. Levy of Victoria hare a complete stock of Fall Goods—just received and open for in tpoction. jar If You want Pille, take Ayer'* Pills. Nothing has erer appeared that ea oompan utfthtbh| privation chasing out t£e distempers that frsten the lookers on. and grow upon us. TJwy life pMMso pher's Elixir oí life, which bid* defiance to diseon and leava no alternative but «o die of old «ge. They are mild for children, yet, in a fall do*e, power- ful lor a full grown man. Though sweet morsels to the taste, which glide sugar- •bod orer palate, their virtue* str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 12 November 1874

-'1.1 iiiiii i ,ii .r SENEBiX BREVITIES. FoBT*-T*to p***Mloes States glory in the posaesslon of Washington. , ^ Thk dog* of West Brookfleld, MaaqfJ wte®, pmw •u<?rmry- uafi cxo .group of ipotoU now visible on the |ur- raoe of the tun. They may be pen with smoked glass without the aid tif' a telescope. According to Mr. W. F. Den- ning or Bristol. England, the spots cover an area of nearly 78,000 miles. Ik the ordinary course of business two telegrams were recently sent from New York to London, and antwpts revived to. one In thirty, and to the other In thlrty- flve minutes actual time. Each message was transmitted>/),60* miles and paired through the hands of eighteen persi ns. The message and reply in each case parsed through thc/iwnd3 or thirty-six persons, and traveled over 7,000 miles in thirty .to thirty-five minutes. A curious Frenchman has lately t Ben making a calculation, which Is, that a t taa 'MOTateiMitS an hour. This would make elenty-se fen pages a day, about 600 a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 19 November 1874

nm Mm ■ • vivmwv A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO 'OLEICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF IMMIGRATION ; * 1 ' 'vcV ,, >"V-.-scull VOLUME III. 3LKOÍ iVBu HALLETSV&LE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1874. THE MAPLE TREE. BT CAR- BFXNCXR. O THAT my life s^uld be Like to the maple tree, Whioh in the green you would not think the fairest. There's muy ft tree beaide O'ertope in rammer pride The one that hath the treasure dearest, rarest. Thoo strangely <hTored tree, What hand nath woven thee This many-colored coat above thy brothers ? Didst thou in dream behold The crimson and tbe gold. And didst thou tell thy vision to the others f When leaves were talking low. Delighted, flattered so. - With all tbe birds admiring, winds a sighing, Did not thy secret heart, Still hold a Joy apart. The Joy that so transfigures thee in dying ? The forest-kings lay down Hot o« of ' Ripened in sun and rain. And wrung by frosty pain, All days and nights are minis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 19 November 1874

ggetaM xnd fiante . Thursday, NovV. 19 , tb74. 8.'. LEE KYLE, «EDITOR. CAUSE OP VICTORY. Wliilo hone t1y bolinvinjr thitt the | administration of our Federal govern- ment In conaonaneo with Democratic principles 1 nbsolntely essential to if* | prosperity and anccesa, yot we can not infer from tho recent election that the eye* of the entire nation have been open ed to the troth or to it* convene—that I Radicalism la antagonistic to onr heat | interest* and innimical to republican in- stitnt'ons. * ' ' OPENING FARMS IN TEXAS. It Is a fact worthy of note that in all places, whose growth is nnsnbstanticl, the price of lands disproportionately high, while th products are low. Bnt in Texas real estate is low, land extreme ly cheap, (owing to the largo surplns yetunoccnpied,) while its products com mand the first prices. Oat*, corn, pota- toes and, in fact, nearly all that the far- mer raises, find a ready market for cash at home. A curious illustration of the practical working of this pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 19 November 1874

gtoald and flauta, LO O AL8. Do- other Calicoce, at from 8 ta 10 cents; mcstiai at • low figure; and all good at proportionate prices. All parsons indebted most come ward aud settle by note or inonoy. J. AUGUST. for- If you want Pills, take Ayer's Pills. Nothing has ever appeared that can compare with th!s preparation for chasing ont the distempers that fasten and grow npon us. They are philoso pher's Elixir ot life, which bids defiance to disease and leavs no alternative but to dio of old age. They me inild for children, yet, in a full dose, power- ful lor a full grown man. Though sweet morsels to the taste, which glide sngai^- shod over palate, their virtues strike with telling force, on the vory founda- tion of disease.—[Cincinnati ^ 1 ' JCV The Gulf Coast Fair Association at Victoria is a success—everybody and their families will bo there—whilo yoii aro examining the products of tho soil, the fine stock, the magnificent fruit trees and flowers, and the wonderful vegetable displa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 19 November 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Niagara can be tunneled for $1,000,000. Sam Francisco 1b to have • "crewprU- moldal one-rail elevated railway." A FiMALB claimant to the throne of France Is housekeeper at a hotel in New Albany. You must merit the title of "professor" before you are permitted to assume it in Germany. In her death-scene in the "Sphinx," per- forming in New York, Clara Morris, cut her finger, the other evening, wlih her locket, and ruined, with the blood, Char- lotte Thompson's $700 dress. Philadelphia Is discussing whether the name of its principal street should be spell- ed with one or two t's. The Ledger says that in the city ordinances it is written and printed Chestnut. In St. Louis the re- ) of this is the tact. Thxy are going to try and put a stop in Germany to the sale of so-called "soothini syrups"'for infants. Physicians that more babies are killed by coctions than by disease. >thing assert these con HOME INTERESTS. In Belgium a fruit grower has had great success in com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 26 November 1874

IK - I :¡ i . í ■. ai « M ÍÍLjí "i .-il nfíi rtíií kMl wan/er, ivi< ni it • n i Restless, LESS. _... ■ l«'i' i i lili I —. BKJ-Y newspaper, devoted to. politics, art, literatura, agriculture, stock rabino, and THE encouragement or immigra'i z==xsa±x= y '^>,1. • . . • , ± ' my, . ... , ■ -1 -¡Li ,,-.. hal^etsville, texas, thtlbsday, november' 26, 187f Silly—but =FSrf BH ... . |§ -s. SI t'¡& M"~ 'W$sr~"' ~ byajt; I by catea ol lile I, ye KB sighing Is p to-morrow turn' the beavens mayto- Uieet, Í1 'tis but'a land oI l^pS^jWci* ,* SiWisip!*J?* WPO i ye Meitouglng torre- ITÍ'- WWthe^^rMluBlilneverglven,kn el and ask And yonr grief shall turn to gladness. 4f you lean ■'•.uriFfr^ ' s'rfr I ye are toiling 7e are waiting, ye are Cwa&g till your toilings here shall cease, And your ever restless throbbing is a sad, sad Pratt s. God Is peace. Broken hearts! broken hearts! ye are desolate 5- and lone, A b • ■ ■ V t And Iq^^oioes^BJ,^lie past, o'er your .present In the Bweetest ol ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 26 November 1874

«nww# fiante . Thandk^i Nov'r.26 , 1M4. 8. LB KTLK EDITOR. A JOKS11 "Tbo President himself rather treated the occurrenoee of Tuesday, Nov. «rd at • good joke." H«*anwUd Positively that any at- r that the country had him and the third term ímoo was • eeluesel joke. The South Caro- lina Be publicas Convention had placed itself on the record in fcvor of a third tevjw, aad South Carolina bjr her large Republioan vote had endorsed the action of the Cfotgentioii. : Well, if heX^tMfled With the fun of the thing/ there ¡1 no earthly reaaon why the Democratic party ihoutd weep, and if he desirve to «••«••cie the In 1876. It ia our owu private opinion that the Radical party, though suffering a severe reverse is not conquered and that the States, North and West, though aban- doning the administration have not deserted the party. 80 well disciplined, *#fti>led, and victorious an army is seldom irretrievably destroyed in one battle. The great generals of radical* ism have been summoned to Was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 26 November 1874

nd fUnter. loo a l8. Wessra Biee|£ Raynor, Fhoto- fraphic Artista, intend «kiting |Speak*- villa and remaiaiag there for a few weeks. From the qmciuwn* of their work whioli we have wot ooraelvee and from ..the remark* made by their patraña, we have no beeitatioa in commending them to the people of lfa«Si>eak*ville aeUlement I of the member* of lb* Halletsville Bar, (which request waa offered hi a. few eloquent remark* by Gen. Bagby,) the resolution* of impact in regard to the death of H R. McLean E*q., paaaed by the Bar on September Jrd were ordered by the District Judge to be spread upon the mi notes of the Court. Judge Burkbardt eipreaaed himself kind}/ and feelingly ■pott the aabjeet and was fully in accord with the Bar^in* the desire to render honor to our deceased friuncL gfp- The following convictions were bad before the District ooort during the last week of it* aeaa ion. Alf. Dunham—unlawfully milking a cow—guilty and" fined. Wn. Frasier—carrying pistol—guilty and ¡finad....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 26 November 1874

fa.Ton ..1 GENERAL BBETI' A bill has passed the Oregon Senate which provides that husbands —1 -J— without children may b vorced by simply ceasing mimmém. has an- ting to , the senders and obscene JÉ' of scurrilous postal carda literature. A Nashville paper says that the Mtiia Life Insurance Company ia 'out" nearly $30,000 on account of accurate pistol- practice in Tennessee within It e last flf- teen mopthl. Tn late M. Ooitot wrotf to 4 s wiU "I bow before the mysteries or tiife Bible and the Gospel, and hold myself aloof from the and solution*' by ave attempted to explain them." It ha been estimated that If the popu- lation of London goes on increasing at its present rate it win exceed 5,000,000 Dy the end of the century, and that. shouldUeenr tlnue at the present rate during, the next l^oJo^MaM.6 000,000 of Inhabitants; but you can't al- ways tell. , drdino to a Pittsburgh newspaper, the gray, acmirreU in. the Allegheny Val- lev are MffMfced In é general Migration. Tney draw their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 3 December 1874

I ipili' JtiáJ lvj " Jíií.i 1.1 iHiuí'Jf km, bit,ni* -A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAI8ING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT QP IMMK "mm in. HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER THE ■7"gfyr Plains- 'S-A PROPHECr. vBY ^OAgUIN MILLER.' Go ye and look upon.that land, 'iíhat far vast land tii&r fe\y behold, *nd none beholding: undeTdtand— '1 liatold, oW tend which men call new— Go journey ..with the seasons through Its wastes, and learn how limitless. The sole^yi kilei^ o^jhut plain * > Is, oh* so eloquent. The blue And bended skies seem built for it, And all else seenus a yesterday, An Idle Ule hutjlfe told. ¿ Its story is orGrbd^lone, For man has lived and gone a\?ay And lelt but Htcle heaps of stone. L; ! here you iearn.How more that Ut, ./ is riilence, when You he.ir he petty jeers ot' i en. S*olitiuli£ remain 'I iiencerftrtn ror aye a part of you, 'And yo.u have learned your littleness. ^ Some silent«*ed men cross your track; . . S >...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 3 December 1874

#SHMSÉMMBSHSMMNINM Retail *al f ! «<"• Tbaradaf,! Dee'f. S 8. lot itlb. • • • • editor- frkb SCHOOLS. It !* inenmhent «pon the people of To* * to Uk« «orne stop* toward im- proving the free school iviUm of oar State. At present intolerable confnsion nnd misunderstanding exist, and whore the provisions of the system are plain the difficulty of carrying; them ont into actual working practico ia almoat insur- monn table. A statement of fatfa in regard to the working of the system in our own connty, we preaume, will not vary mate- rially from that e>iating in other conn- tie*, and the general verdict of the people is that the ayatom la bad—of no appreciable benefit, in foot docidedly injurious to (he cauM if education. A toacher begina the four month* con rue in September, and inatead of rccoiving hii or her pay{at the ond of each month, gota none until—when f — Th"ir voucher* for tho fonr month* of 1873 have not been aettled yet, and the vouchor* for the fonr month* of 1874 will ...

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