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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 5 February 1869

Jfl|X t í : AAkit. AJ/f-iMt/l «OJ \imJ> i t«q t ¿zrwa i rroiJJB ~A/.kí\ f TTGtM jsn • tnaruJtr* P*hc >05 '>1 S fí Tlí.'ri/í ' tOO 1:'? tro en* ím¡* v uwiaJiftfi /' lit ¿h'yvw .nú I MI ' «Ifcf** i*d*!¿l<Xg to t* wnuuw ! ¿tí>-í?J lAIMtt ¡ ■ .1 J¥. 'i> ' l ' i TI' M«í."- -Tí'i." -f * i UísV! 7ÍÍI13 * B. T. HARRIS, ATTORNEYS. C. A. HARRIS, HémptUmd. ATTORNEYS AT I*A W Anctin County, T«aa. *:—: - • —-, :t r. VfVACfta SXT ELLIOTT fc ?4$XJN, > VOI^ffl Tg^:' fí«Éf;p.:RY ' . '-^T i it ADV-EKWSERS. ,ff - - -■ • . rl V. '* ■ " •' i • ¡ .— ..;• • i UWMttMft s„. AHRENBECK, J. B./ Briefer, « dealer inSé^áU; ata? advertm* a Leather Tanner* 1' - ! - « i. la TjflílfjOC «I 1Í,DixGoo4 , Grocer- Dl^-tlWU and' otow. Crockery. &c. Book and B¿*¿&, ¿ufe <Wj. I** |jCSJÍ¿¿'í^^^ ^2,,,TeT EPHRAIM, J¡, Dry Gotodr,' Drew Goods and Toilet Articles, Gentlemen's Clothing, Ac. EFNOR, hall &. CO., Wagon Mak- ing and general repairing, Black- smitliing, Carpentering, Turning, &c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 5 February 1869

i - - fl CLtns (E/fliimrpan. MUWY.•■••• -..••••!. o, MLLiOTT * RANK IX, «. II *9PP" •A. lMa.il TW «alba bridat mm tf the W bad tba good • loof time.— ti tba nnnibu in at- fcr avo earry ta aay , owing lo tba hnpnstible con- water eoorses ia eonacqnracf af rain; bat h waa oftbat profession influence over through the It ww tba rityof Houston d polite eity to tba occa- to the Convention af tbe eity, and in preparation for and by be- ta attendance eoald wish, enhance bat 1 of a formal by refer- in another wo would not have any Ma believe tbat there waa nothing After adjourning, tbe i a neatly famished • kindly furnished 1J Él faaprieiar at the Hntchins !<*• tba Members, together with .tba Jiayor of Houston. repaired to tba Irtfiiaa Honae, formerly tapn aa tba Old Capital, and par- took af a splendid oyster and chain i supper giren by the city, when i and reaponaes too nuineroas to kept np until about abftto'tkek. Tbe n*most harmo- ny and gand filing prevailed Wa take pleasure in ; to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 5 February 1869

- -v- * ' 3 ". 5 * IDAT. FEBRUARY^. 6.1869 Bit. atGnróV rat Sabbath, tlM TA intt. • Railroad from ¿ion for a Henpatead to oí abort fatfj-fire "ilea. The day win com* when thii will be a necea- kUr. bat we tblnk a ínr more people aadaiev mm cottaacropa will b« required fint DT We are led of Mm Boadr.^ÁlÜr «Ha Brtíoe river iu tbia eoonty. While Betting at tbe nipper tabla witb tbe fiuniiy, ahe was sbot throogb tbe window witb a load of bock sbot, taking effect in tbe bead, causing instant death. No discoveries bsve yet been made as to wbo is tbe perpetrator of tbia foul deed. Tbe villian waa on bone- back, an<l was tracked somaitwo or three miles, bat se far as we are in- formed no particular penan is pected. Mrs. Bosch was a most es- timable widow lady, without a known enemy, and as to wbo, or what de mnn in boma , shape - could have committed sa inhuman an outrage, is a very mysterious matter. Tin is a matter in which this whole commp- nity is interested, and it is the duty of ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 5 February 1869

I 1 * I Ufe following JlWti for "The receive rat gieceipt for Ére - autheried n,"' and to I advertising,for . jfames Storms, Travis. J.J.Joeey, See FeJijn Dr. Tobiñ.'New Ulm. Qjpt A. J. Bell. Industry. "B. Ilaljby ' 4? ont /tóre , Galveston, are 0«r %*Uts for G^tmton and AGRICULTURAL. t -r+ (ComUHlCAT . .. - —ICATllO Rüstic, January26,1869. Editors loa Countryman:—In looking over the report of the Com- missioner of Agricnltnre, for tie Uni- ted States. I observe some facto that may be interesting to yóár'réaders; and presuming that many of them have not access to that document, I will deduce them for th-ir benefit aB , succinctly as I can.* The whole number of hog* of all ages, in the United States, is given . i« as 24,317,258; the v)4 value as SI 10,766.266; average value per head Í4.5óc. . Now, as a single sow will, in this climate, if properly attended to, produce and raise two littars of pigs >.f 8 each, these 16 pigs are worth '■ay at 6 months old, $4.55 each, or $72.80 in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 12 February 1869

ri: IT ProféédtfnÜt ATTORNEYS. zmanp™c.r H1kr18, SftP&Jl I^RBIS, ATTORNBYS AT. fjAW MjÍO'SÜI -Miar MIX:!... BÉLL& GÍENN, i. qlbxh , Jwft Comutf, Tex«. J. W. OLIVER, Law. «OU8TOK. TElAS. B. F. EI44OTT, J rT OR ME Y AT LAW z- 1 UMlIrÉiO, ' gM-tf Austin County Tan: A. chf.8LET. geo. mf. johusom ■% Oheiiey AJolmWii - A T TO.fi.ff#%S A T LA W beixville, .. AwttB/'Oountjr, Tona; -t 'gy Offica in the Court House .^3 4e«21 ,./ ■. - - / 1 j , y SAMIÍEÜ A. CUMMINGS, ATTOENEY-AT-LAW U Industry P. O., Austin Co.. Texas 0. T. JOtCí..-.'- 1..KEISE BLitKE JOYCE. Sr. BLAKE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS. Orar Kemper Stone & Co* ., Drug ■tor ;— - ELLIOTT k RANKIN, > DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES AND THE NEWS OF THE. DAY. { proprietors. VOL. V] .a-i A-n- iU it i a nri-ií: HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 12, 1869. NO. 39- D i R E tfT O ft Y ADVERTISERS. JACK BELL. ATTORNEY 4T L A Y., NELS ON YILLE, * Austin - Coitsty. Txaj>, feat-odce address, Industry, Austin Co g36tf X. CL ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 12 February 1869

\ V \ \ -V \ <3$ feas Cmratrpan. u.T. luwrr.... J. e.umi ELLIOTT tf RANKIN, p>rro«a, jtobmhhkm * proprietors. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, 18, 9* A. Eg an, 53 Main Street, Houston, Texaa, has always en hand a inn aaaort- > of Fane/ Groceries—Wine* and L«- ofall kinds—the beat that caí. be found in any market. Be rare and give kin a call. n38-tf. T. B. Wood Sl Co., have re- moved their stock of goods to the home formerly occupied by J. H. Kuttner, where they are fitted up ready te accommodate their custom- ers. d39 tf. ' Although Schwa hz & Co„ were robbed not long since, no sign of it is to be seen at their house now. Their store looks fuller than usual, and they are selling as ct>eap as ever. A petition has been presented in the United States Senate for a Constitutional amendment recogniz- ing God. This is Eome.hing new in the U. S. Government. Congress has so long ignored Him, we fear He will not recognize them. ' The rebels tried to capsize the Government and the Govern- men...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 12 February 1869

a***' MI8CELLANE0Ü 3. A Back.— MISCELLANEOUS. mg oat the a patty of Tb« Southren Farmer wjt christian j. g. baldwim ■IX or tararí retarded by the great aiqoant of plowing, and it is Tetfnd that plant- ing win be too lata to inaare good crops. From the nnmber of surly looking dogs ahont town, it has become a little dangwona for children to be oat without a protector. Á supply of strjch iine might be jadicionsly admin iatered, or else the town rules in n- gurd to shooting, should be suspen- ded until the to wn is cleared of aH such nuisances. Wb learn that Mr. C. Hunter, sa* loon-keeper at this place, was arrest- ed on Friday evening last, charged with selling liquor to enlisted soldiers of the U. S. army, which was posi- tively forbidden. The consequence was, Charley had to waits to the tune of $150 fine for his folly. BuRGLABiES are on the increase in our town—heretofore we have had about one a month, now we have one eveiy week. On last Friday night the store of Qapt A. Ooggshall wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 12 February 1869

• / fc- . *r • • B The folkrwhig am authoried agento for "The Stmatanrmaa,'*. fui to receive subscriptions ano .advertising,for receipt for money* due thia James Stevens, Travis. J. J. Josey, San FeUpe. Dr. Tobin.New Ulm. Capt A. J. Bell, Industry. 'J. E. Bailey A Co., Tremont Galveston, are our authorized acento for Galveston and Houston. POETRY. Written for the Countryman. MRS. JOHNSON'S LAMENT. by LOTTIE c. EFNOR. Mr. President Johnson, who is an invalid, was heard to remark dur- ing-the impeachment trial; "But for the| humiliation, and Mr- Johson's feelings, I wish they weuld send us hack to Tennessee—if it were possi- ble, give me back poverty and peace again, so that we might learn to live for our children." And to a sympa- thetic friend she adda: "I have not seen a happy moment since I came to this home, I get none of the society incident to it, and desire none. Every body is busy with public duties. My daughters dislike all these receptions and displays, and only consent to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 19 February 1869

,'WB D r R £ A HBEHBEOK, 4. B., Butcher, and Ü. dealer in T , . , < iB^Sfcw^ *ttfln,i,jr •*M],K,a8elor 1 y ELL ft GTiEKK,-Attorney 8 and Conn- X> ««lore at Law. -j x r 11 OfÍKjÜjKÍT.Batóiflp, by Joshua ' 13 Watson, «having, hair-catting, etc. pUMHIMHAM; J. L., Physician and Surgeon. f^tOOKE, F. J., Notary Public, Convey- Vi anoer aadO«nerai Land Agent. '/THE8LÉY A. JOHNSON, Attorneys y*" r, "VKf CATLTN, j. Harris, Attorney and Conn- •elor-at-law. , /^tlMSfDiGS.S.'A.., Attorney aná Coun- Vy s#tor-aHaw.4,2_<; . «s v & *3. * "TjlFNOB, HALL d^Cp. Wagon Mak- £i ing and general repairing, Black- •mi thing, Oarpenttrring, Turning, dec. "CILHOTT. B, F. Attorney-at-Ialr and •Xl General Agent. iTt BIFFIN, J. f. A CO. Woloaaleand *' V* Betail dealers in Dry'Oo¿ds, Grocer- ies, Dnigtta&d'MMiciAtfr-, tw* stores. GRAVES, H. Í8. & CO., Cotton Bro ker and Cuinmi^gion Merchaut, Ad- vances vade on bensi§mnewt8. IT ABBBB.ft HARRIS, Attorneys and XX Counselors-at-Law, TT1INT ft HOL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 19 February 1869

v. X V •-*' Cents Cmratrpan. , * I 9.9. mujunrr —i. a.unn ELLIOTT k RANKIN, i * peofmbtor8. MMMTSTKAV. TEXAS. ■19. 1N9 ' A. Ea *■, 53 Main 8treet, Houston bus always on hand afine assort- tof Faaey flwwiei Wines snd-L - efsll taái thr beat that ean be in any market. Be aura and give him a call. «38-tf. y T. B. Wood ¿t Co., have re- red tlwir Mock of goods to the formerly occupied by J. H. Knttner, whore they are fitted up reedy te accommodate their eastern- ■39 tf. ut Although Schwa bz & Co., «eco robbed not long mice, no sign of it is to be seen at their house now. Tlwir store looks fuller than usual, and they are selling as cheap as ever. Bow dull the Laws be En- forced? At «meeting of the Hempstead Agricultural Society ou last Satur- day a resolution was adopted, pledg- ing the members of the same, indi- vidually and eollectivfly, to cooper- ate with, and assist the civil authori- ties of the country in preventing as far as possible, all disorderly con- duct and violations ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 19 February 1869

HOUSTON & GALVESTON. - ~ - -f. ■ -■ - I . • «*•«0 v ' ' -W-- .. .• FRIDAY, FEBRUARY.. 19,1869 Chad Setkktt-Fiye Cehts, U. 8. Cnrréncy—and receive by mail, post-paid, ■ Stencil Plate, fa marking Clothing, with year name and address, aa desired by you. A bottle of indelible ink and a brush ac- companying each plate. Addiess, W N. BUY ANT, Feb. 5,18G9-n38-3m. Houston, Texas •*' of- : • . EF" 8end Fifty Cents U.S. Currency, and receive per mail, post-paid, twelve page* of pupular Lheet Music, arranged lor the piano; embracing songs and instru- mental pieces. Address W. H. BRYANT, Feb 19,18G9-3W. Houston, Texas. If yoa have any "broken Teacups, China, Glass. Furniture or Harness, go to Nooner 6c Young and get some ; ot tbe Hatten Glue, warranted to «Md anything in that line. n40 We are informed that Goorge W. Johnson, County Judge of Austin County, has been removed from office, but as to who has been, or will be . appointed in his place, wo are not able to say. We received a callón W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 19 February 1869

>• i te? m W~ i STERNE, 2 2 «re ntl oried agento for "The Countryman,J andto receive «ubteriptiou mí advertising.for J. J. Joney. Sm Felipe. Dr. Tobin, New Ulm." - C pt A. J. Bell, Industry. y:l I r. &T J- E. Bailey & Co., Tremónt 'ftrct. Galvertí>í, are our authorized taWÍ" ÍiiÉÍ j Tor Galveston and Houston. ^ ; [From the Galveston News! Ijetter firom South America. wilderness ni pure as the WM. CHRISTIAN. 'JTe fbHowíng" tefter, which wil interest many of our readers, has tren FyüIJjr vtoñished. u for publi- cation *■ ' - J ■ cT. CaBi4i*1'BE woods; tat 30 ietr- South Lona 59 dog. West from Greenwich.'1" October 6th, 1868. Mfk EaOy W. Seylmd, Ja^>er, Texas: Tfear Madam— Your letter con tains more good news than any of a shower of letters I received by the Bam^tnai). In my wanderings siuce onr defeat, "T have been oblig witness maSy jjsvere cases of desti ífirtiMaliíDi^ exiled Confederates.— The first years it seemed as if noth in else could-b^il" tnem except mis for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 26 February 1869

DI RECTORY .,15 \ B„ Butcher, and gUCKHORN ^iraNINGHAIfc J. l«i Physician and , by. Joshua !%k ÍÉÍÁI wr ELLIOTT ¿t RANKIN, ^ vol. vni. DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES AND THE NEWS OF THE DAY. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 26, 1869. i PROPRIETORS. NO. 41 ATTORNEYS. É. T. HARRIS, . C. A. HARRIS, BetlviUe, Hempstead. HARRIS & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Austin County, Texas. apr13 ®^^nal^Sí'PM>féssloníkl Cards' GRAVES, H. S. CO—.Cotton Bro VJ ker and OanS&Mftlftreliant, Ad- ^ , Bntfc ehxHaker tier. ETEKPSTSAI) ACADEMY, Al Ipu L. H. Bawling*. Prinmysl JOJCB 4^, Attorney and I \TOONEB, j. W. A CO., Dry Goods, Al Groceries, Crockery. &c- RANKIN Hesry L« Agent 8t. Louis Mut—ILife Insurance Campa njr. SCHWABS A CO., Groceries. Dry Goods, Millineryr Boots and Shms. C PEÑCHiB., itderln dry*** ,'tat t . O boots, shoes, notions, groceries, &c. rpHATCflER A, SPRINGFIELD. X Grocers, ,Ci mmijeiioijMe(cJants, ylOLETT, G. -T. Physician and Sur- geon. ' . v ' WOOD, T. B. *.CO„ Vari...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 26 February 1869

'¡40fjg§¡ .r. KLUorrt.* ELLtoTTif kÁmtm, CPITÜB8, pc bltsgjflm * ítopihetors. Fritoy. igg ET A. E®AkvWMtíi. Street, Hebsteev Texas, hasaWrajfr^atendnfstoasaDtt- ment ef F*ney i§i¡pcq|iw<-i Wings aq***. quo of all kipd ^ bes!.,that caí. >e found in ut market. Be wre, and give him a call. ' n38-tf. T- B. ^fqpp £ moved thw ítpek jjf gooctatotbe house formerly occupied by J._ II. Kattaer, w¿m ¿bey «re fitted to ^ ready te accommodate. tbeir cnstook Aail¿ on, ttaa t ,Ji39{tf. í en. -aeiiK ?r Should the new Constitution of Texas be accepted by the people t choic^buitas ffnqpeeaiij.£ All its provision Ire %oi¿ jet generally knovrn,'%ut itB^léádmg features Are jpretty well understood, and although it suits nobody it is the only one of- ,|áñd the only one that will be offered,- nnleM It shoiild be rejected and_tbe. SSBXSBtipn. reassembled to, rob th« people of„$200,000 more in maklbg another fwhich would be no- better. We do not think the State coÓfí eucvive anotber Convention of the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 26 February 1869

m<pgr. a Fire. Editors:—Ev far Send Sevemtt-Five Cbhts^U. 8. Currency—and roeeive by JECaíSHfifíí . W H. BEY ANT, ííéb. 5;W69*SBttniJ' tíítótón, Te a. ■ - - *• of a ■ r- . | ÍF Send Fifty Cwpts U.8. Currency, and receive jemijLxojitoij,. tcelre pages «f^iqKtlr Éfleet lifsic, arranged for the piano; embracing song* and instru- mental ( iecci. Addreaa ■ÜP r-i T Feb 19, Texas. if Yoa have any broken Teacnps, r!1H"nFKnrnS[i^ifin^Tiimrrn g<o to Nooner & Young and get some of the Hatten JilwflT <lniil 1 to mend anything in that line. n40 <> . > vy . v Tub Weather.—Nothing seems to c}iaitfry|tl^¿>on^Áigee, full* aOa eaipaeC let'thfe Welther pays no attention to it, bat rains on, the seasons change fabTVok^ttrhet and from hot to ^old, still it pains as thongh the raining port had set np for itself, and will not be controlled by any optsid^inffaqmje. [■=« Go to Nooner & ]f9ttngifpr your Drugs. n40 On Ty dy, «yying^yi, we bad the pl«ifcrar«rj*|jítwlfti^!siilga the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 26 February 1869

* s f m i HOUSTON & GALVESTON. The following petaoaa ara aothoried nwipÉ for moseys 4m thia office: Jhm Stereo*, Tmit g&Ziftas* Capt A. J. Bell, Industry. XT*. E. Bailey A Co., Tramoat street, Galveston, an oar lattorinl aetata for. Galveston and Houston. ■aMMMMMSB Wrtttan tor tfca I TO A MOCKING BIRD. Upon keariag her song immediately < after an ahsenee two jeara. BT LOTTIE C. iron. I itotUshaait, tfcapawtr of tby rotea As Ugh* en the boaffas, with thy glad male* aaoag. Ye thrsatfbioauMr alisan so woat tortoles. White orm the to* date hfifc ot the Wert, Aa sstthd the dbs adha groy of the year ThyaweetMUiag aotss, aad ae nightly ye mt An tfU tinging «at raoet beautifully clear. "Xisaot the caurj trom frr distant Me Cea beeat of such charada?, inch rol inn itrains, Tho' Us made ir ssogbt for long weary miles Apart from hi* purer, hi* «ira native plain. Hew eft haethe wander or nnght for tly sang [ fkDdealndrcama brought her i where the aeat ef thy young ■ a iairy-llke caet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 5 March 1869

■ÉB "a O-R-Y - • ynwmi% J. B„ Butcher, and dealer Ib IfoUa^ BUCKHORN. .Barbershop, by Joshua Watson, shaving, hair-cutting, étc. /^UMDIGHAM, J. L., Physician and v Snrgeon. S, R J.,Notare Public, ponvey * ana Gfeberal Land Agent. ELLIOTT, B, F., Attorney-at-law and General Agent. GBIFFIN, J. T. & CO. Wholesale and Retail dealers in Dry Goods, Grocer- ies, Drags and Medicines ; two stores. Graves, il s. a co., cotton Bro ker and Commission Merchant, Ad- vances made on consignments. GUI! LE MET, A., Watch Maker, Fruit and Candy Dealer. ITEMPSTEAD GIRLS' ACADEMY, XI Miss L. H. Raw lings, Principal. 'OYCE. a BLAKE, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. EMPER,STONE A CO., Wholesale and Retail Druggists OONER, J. W. a CO., Dry Goods, 11 Groceries, Crockery, Ac. ANKIN, Henry L., Agent St. Lonis Mutual Life Insurance Company. CHWARZ, Sam., Groceries. Dry Qoods, Millinery, Boots and Shoes. J K R S C PENCE, R., dealer in dry-g<>nds, bats. O boots, shoes, notions, groceries. &c. CAMUE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 5 March 1869

í> ** " ^ * • —11i,,—, _ _ _ B-F. ElU0TT......„ , ... . o.kaxkln ÉLLIOTT if RANK IN, EDITORS, PU BUS HEM * FBOWBTOBS. BXMTSTMAD, Tmxa* . 1869 ^ Egas, 53 Ifaln Street, Houston, Texu, ha alwiji on hand a fine assort- ment of Fancy Groceries—Wines and Li- quora of all kinds—the best that can be found in any market. Be sore and give him a call. n38-tf. T. B. Wood dc Co., have re- moved their stock of goods to the house formerly occupied by J. H. Kuttner, where thpy are fitted op ready to accommodate theiVcustom «*•* «39 tf. "WANTED.—Another BOY to iearn the Priuting business. One 13 ot 14 years of age, with tolerable fair education and industrious, will be re- ceived at this office. A boy from the country preferred. We have received a copy of the Mobile Daily R'gister, one i f (he best Democratic papers now pub lished in the South. We hope its proprietors wilPcontinne to favor us with their daily editions. fc#" The evening edition of the Houston Telegraph reaches us regit larly every...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 5 March 1869

FRIDAY. XABCD..'.....5,1669 iy Send Sevekty-Fivk Cents, U. S. Currency—and receive by ma!!, post-paid, • Stencil Plate, for marking Clothing, with your name and address, as dexired by you. A bottle of indelible Ink and a brush ac- companying each plate. Addiess, W N. BRYANT, Feb. 5,1869-n38-3m. Houston, Texas. ty Send Fifty Cents U.S. Currency, and receive per mail, post-paid, twelve pages of pupular Lheet Music, arranged for the piano; embracing songs and instru- mental pieces. Address W. N. BRYANT, Feb 19, 18G9-3w. Houston, Texas. The people's Store—Sam Scliwarz. Another Erbor.—W were in- formed a abort time since, by F. Palm Sheriff of Austin Comity, wbo was direct from Bellville, the hub of Tex- as—that 6. W. Johnson, County «Tndg , had been removed, and so stated in the Countryman. Siuce that time we have been informed that the report is incorrect, and that Judge Johnson has not been removed. That's So—Nooner & Young has the best selected stock of pure drugs ever brought to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 5 March 1869

V mm i'mm .wir HEMPSTEAD. The following for "The persona «re i Countryman," ns and advert are authoriep and to adjertiaing,for dae this office: Jame* Stevens', Travis. J. J. Josey, Pan Felipe. Dr. Tofein, New Uhn. Capt A~ J. Bell, Industry. J. £. Bailey & Co., Tremont street, Galveston, are our authorized agents for Galveston and Houston. "DON'T LEAVE THE FABM." Come, boy's I have something to tell you; Come near, I would whisper it low; Yon are thinking of leaving the homestead- Don't be in a hairy to go. fhe city has many attractions. But think of the vices and sins; When once in the vortex of fiubion, How soon the coarse downward begins! Yea talk of the mines of Australia— They've wealth in gold without doubt; But, ah.' there's gold on the farm, boys, If } ou'll only shovel it out: The mercantile life is a hazard, The goods are first high and then low; Better risk the old farm a while longer— Don'tl e in a hurry to go! The great bisy West has inducements, And «i-has the busie...

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