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

- ü A p i « C } C mm DIRECTORY APYEBTISEES. J. B., Butcher, and hi Moti; OáUANTEE, E. A., News, Book and D 8t li—cry, Beve—e Stamp , &c. 6UCKHOKN Barbershop, by Joshua W«hw, dHTug, hair-cutting, etc. ^UNNniGMAM. J. L., Physician and /^OOKE, F. J., Notary Public, Convey- v amr aad General Land Agent. ELLIOTT, B, Fm Attorney-at-law and Goaoral Agent GBIFFIN. J. T. Sl CO. Wholesale and Ketail dealers in Dry Good*, Grocer- ies, Draga aad Medicine*; two atores. Graves, h. s. * co., cotton Bro her and Cmbdímím Merchant, Ad- GVILLEMET, A^ Watch Maker, Fruit and Candy Dealer. Hempstead gibls' academy, Mina L. H. Bawling , Principal JOYCE St BLAKE, Attorneys and Coonaelors at Law. KEMPER, STONE Sl CO., Wholesale aad Betail Drusista. /VJOONER, J. W. Sl CO.. Dry Goods, jll Groceries, Crockery, &«. RANKIN, Howry L., A««nt St. Louis Mataal Life Insnrance Company. C*CHWABZ, Sam., Groceries. Dry l9 Goods, Millinery, Boots and Shoes. SPENCE, B., dealer in dry-goods, hats, boots, shoes, noti...

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

t" 'is i&¡ ; t B.F, CfRANKlS ELLIOTT if RANKIN,,. EDITORS, PUBLISHERS * PROPRIETORS. —r, hempstead, texas, Friday, March IS, 1869 O-* A.,E(;.vn, 53 Main Street, Houston Texas, has always on band afine assort- ment of Fancy (jroccries—-Wines and Li- quor^ of all. kinds—the best that cart be found in any market. Be suro and give him a call. n38-tf. CP* T. B. Wood Sc. Co., liave re moved their stock of goods to the houso formerly occnpiet! by J. H. Kuttner, where thoy are fitted up ready to accommodate iheir custom- era, n39 tf. WAN'J'ED.—Another BOY to leant the Printing business. One 13 or 14 years of age with tolerable fair education and industrious, will be re- ceived at this effict . A boy from the country preferred. The Houston Union calls the 1 Hited States Government the parent Government. . ^ ¡We wander wh^ are its children 1 CP* The Houston limes says Among the rumored candidates for Congress in the 3rd District, we may mention Dr. R. K. Smith, of Galves- ton—Judge W- B- ...

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

m w mm Ceras Cmmtrpmt, FRED£X> lg¿RCH 12,1869 . : ■ i rr Noyk's Crescent City Circds.- This popular troupe honored our little city with iwp performances on last evening. The feats perform 3d were good, Rome of them extraordinary, nothing of the kind we have ever seen surpasses it. We advise all to at- tend it wherever it may perform; you can't help feeling that you have got the wortlPo^your money—and it may save you a doctor's bill. This umivaled troupe left this morning for Brenham, where they will perform again to-night: We take great pleasure in recommending Mb. C. W. Noyr to the citizens of Brenham generally, and to our breth- ren of the press in particular, as a gen- tleman of the first water, and in every way worthy of their patronage and support. The poetical contributions,"Spring" and "Despondency," came in too late for publication is this issue. Will appear in our next. The people's Store—Sam Scbwarz. Our thanks ore due our efficient News-Dealer, E. M. Barsantee, for lat...

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

¡m. AGENTS] The following persons are anthoriep agents for "The Countryman,'' and to receive subscriptions and advertising,for receipt for moneys due this office: James Stevens, Travis. J. J. Josey, San Felipe. Dr. Tobin, New Ulm. Capt. A. J. Bell, Industry. CP J. E. Bailey & Co., Tremont street, Galveston, are our authorized agenta for Galveston and Houston. Agrfcaftaral Department* Rustic, March 9th, 1869. Messrs. Editors: What is the reason that so little interest seems to be taken by the com- munity generally in the Agricultural Society at Hempstead ? The good effects of such societies have been quickly manifest wherever they have been inaugurated, in the improvement of stock, and agricultural and liorti- cultural productions, and there is no reason arising from tho climate, the soil or the intelligence of this commu- nity, why such effects should not re- sult here. In localities folly equal to this in these respects, the benefit has been incalculable, and many whose advanta...

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

•t, I % )s f / * ^ / £, r . ' X V" \ D1 RECTO —OP— ADVERTISERS. 1 J. B., Butcher tmit ia Muti; ,E. A., jgUCKHOKN Barbershop, by I^IUNKINGHAM, J. L, Phy*aaa an* Vy Snrgeoa. ¿"100KE, F. J., Hot. 17 PubUo, Gmiey- V/ ancor and Qaaeral Land AgtyL,, . - E Attora^ Griffin, j. t. & co. Retail dealera in Dry |^RAVES, H. 8. A. CO., C two 1 •{VOL. Vin. f HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1869. I Cummitaion Mi on consignments. * GUILLEMET, A„ Watek. ffeker, Fruit and Candy Dealer. ITEMPSTEAD GIRLS' ACADEMY, XI Miso L. H. Rawlings, Principal. ■ TOYCE & BLAKE, Attorneys and al Couaelora at Law. J^EMPEB, STONE A CO ?\I OONER. J.. W. A CO., Dry Goods, 11 Oroeenos, Croelflktjr, &e. RANKIN. HJdL, Agent St.Looia Mfltoal Liflkpnce Company. s _ " _ SA lfTT1K*Yl - rta ■ ■■illa flafUMM t>rn s rr*HA 1 Or VI ... W3& T. B. A CO., Variety Store; z B. T. HARRIS, C. A. HARRIS, BMvilU, . Hempstead. HARRIS & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Austin County, Texas. tist. Ofleei* HIELD5, W. E., paten...

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

% B A b. f. khjott ...... j- o.raskls ELLIOTT ¡r RANKIN, EDITOR8, PCBUSHKBS * PROPRIETORS. HEHTSTEAD, TEXAS, Friday, March 19.1869 A. EgaS, 53 Main Street, Houston, Texas, has alway ra hand a fine assort- ment of Fancy Groceries—Wines and Li- quors of all kinds—the l>est that car, be found in auy market. Be sure and give him a-call. n38-tf. T. B. Wood & Co., have re- DMTed their stock of goods to the house formerly occupied by J. H. Knftner, • where they are fitted tip ready te accommodate their custom- er*. u39-tf. WANTED.—Another J30Y to leárn ibe Priuting business. One 13 or 14 years of age. with tolerable fair education and industrious, will be re- ceived at this office. A boy from the country preferred. ' ——— tw In our next issue we will com- mence the publication of an original tal.-, entitled Barry Hakkingtox. by Lottie C. ETnof. This story will be continued through several num- bers of the Countryman, and will no doubt prove quite interesting to our readers. Obituary....

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

■ . ) J Ceras Comtlrgittira. OFFICE—Upitairt ota J. T Qrijfiit ifCo. friday, march. 19, 1869 Not much, of interest this week— Senior t dr.or defaulter to a considera- ble amount of—-manuscript—took "leg bail'* to Houston. Under these circumstances our patrons will doubt- less excuse us for lack of local items. Our city seems to be looking up, in Bpite of the dull time? aud scarcity of money. Two or three new com- ers have recently opened business bosses, and we notice many strange persons on the streets, in search ot dwellings and business stands. Our •'young men's building association" is making strong efforts to meet this emergency. We understand that several contracts Jiavft been entered into, both for the purc,J ing of dwelling* and bp the BtockhotfcrsT Burglaries.—Wdtearn that sov- flr.il houses were entered on the night of the circus, and money, goods, ¿See., stolen to a considerable amount. nd build- >Ve made. the acquaintance of a gentleman yesterday, with whom we are muc...

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

h DON'T READ THIS? I m PC?- Coras flCfflratrpiatt. am Mthoriep ~ id to moéhle ¡StoeriptioM • &*&!&**. receipt for «mejriiíiie thisofflee. Jane* Steren , Trar *. . J. J.Josey. PaoFeKfe. Dr. Tobin.New Din. _ ■ Caft. A. J. BeU, Induatiy. XT J. E. Bailey k. Co., Tremont «treat, Galveston, are our authorized for Galveston and Houston. To Prepare Cotton Manure. « a |nT o€6u tor Mr. Gideon W. Dowte,in the Soa- tbern Cultivator, give the following plan for preparing cotton seed manare, and preventing the immense loss of ammonia by gradual evaporation from the old-fashioned seed pile thus retaining it in mack as the most valoa- . ble of all food for plants: I hauled the muck directly to 'tbe field, and mad% pens ten by ten at intervals. Having determined what distance I wished the plants to stand, and how much manure to the hill, it was an easy matter to determine the bulk necessary to each pen to manure an acre. I then put the catton seed one inch thick all over the pen, then si...

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

ADVERTISERS. J. B M«ta; E8SBK£?!£2&'^ Votary PaMic, Convey- ml Land Agent. - Bevenne Stamps; &e. ^üranroham. j. l., Phjimn and ^tooke, f. j ES2Sf£3^A9?"°'ifcw f^BIFFW J.T. * CO. Wholesale and " Retail dealer* in Dry Goodi, Grocer- ies, Draft and Medicine*; two «torea. Graves, h. s. & co., cotton bro ker and Cummiasion Merchant, Ad- vances made on eonaignmenta. GUILLEMET, A., Watch Maker, Fruit and Candy Dealer. |_TEMF8TEAD GIRLS' ACADEMY, XI Misa L- H. Bawling*, Principal JOYCE & BLAKE, Attorneys and Connaelora at Law. KEMPER, STONE & CO., Wholeaale and Retail Druggist . VJOOHIR, J. W. & CO., Dry Good , a! Graeeriea, Crockery, 4e. RANKIN, Homy L., Agent 8t. Lona Mntnal Lile Inanraace Company CJCHWARZ, Sam., Groeeriea. Dry O Gooda, Millinery, Boot* and Shoea. S SSKhSri'o'ní^erie., See. CJAMÜEL, G. Granville, Surgeon Den- O tiat. Office at Green'a Hotel QHIELD5, W. E-, patent right for de- ¿3 atroyiBg^ worms in cotton. Thatcher & sprdígfield. Groeers, Commi...

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

-:3T-' . ■■J.. I - - . , J ?Sp 3pSr; v\ >, 1 -*-3 tas Crantrpan. B. F. ELLIOTT '■ G. RANKIN ELLIOTT if RANKIN, EDITORS, PC BLISHER9 * PROPRIETORS. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, Friday, 26,1869 EF* A. Egan,53 Main Street, Houston, Tesas, has always on hand a fine assort- ment of Fancy Groceries-^-Wines and Li- quors of all kinds—the best that can be found in any market. Be sure and give biin a call. n38-tf. T. B. Wood & Co., have re- moved their stock of goods to the house formerly occupied by J. H. Kuttner, where they are fitted op ready te accommodate their custom- ers, n39-tf. The Brazos Bridge. Some year or more ago, there was much talk of erecting a magnificent iron bridge across the Brazos river near this place, but for some cause or another it seems that the "wind-work," "f*1!! TBIf* f— J willing to contribute liberally—was all that was done; and we have heard nothing said about it for some time. We hope, however, that the enterprise has not, and will not be abandoned; it is too go...

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

tos OFFIC E— Uptímirt «cer J. T Grifa If Co. FRIDAY, MARCH 26,1869 Binetey. Then will be preaching at Hempstead hereafter, n follows.* On the first Sabbath In each month, by Her. Hutchinson. On the second and fourth Sabbath in each month, by Rev. U. C. Spencer; and on the third Sabbath, by Rev. L. P Rocker. WANTED.—Another BOY to learn the Printing business. One 13 or 14 jean of age, with tolerable fair education and industrious, will be re- ceived at this office. A boy from tbe country preferred. Bboom Cobn.—Go to J. T. Griffin & Co., of Hempstead, and get some seed. Prepare your ground well and plant in drills about three and a half feet apart, chop out to a stand, leaving the plants about six or eight inches apart, and cultivjtfjn p Wither corn.— It pays better than cotton, and it brings you in money just when you need it The best Schwarz. assorted Store—Sam n41. We notice that the Drug Store of Nooner Sc Young presents quite an improved appearance, from having been repainted...

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

' ' ' -if - "■-í • :¡¿¿ ;¿ £ ua anthoriep ■Mu for "The Countryman,"' andto rSoeive rakMriptíoi a.riadvert«s ag,for receipt for moneys duethis office: James Stevens, Trsrris. J. J. Josey. FeBpe. Dr. Tofcin.New Ulm. CifiA. J. Bell, Industry. E. -Bailey A Co., Tremont •tied, Gahreeto , in our authorised ■urate for Galveston and FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Worn oat Lands for Cotton. We find the following in the Jour- nal of Commerce: Many intelligent men believe that more attenion to the use of manure, or other fertilizing substances, will not only increase the total product of cotton, bat add largely to the profit of its cultivation, by augmenting the yield to the acre, without materially swelling the expense for labor. The following is on this theme: Extract of a letter dated Mobile, Jan. 13, _ 1869_*ddres*ed to H. Heutz & Co. I am in receipt of Smith, Edwards & Co's circular of the 1st instant, which I think a very good one, touch ing on many points interesting to cotton men. One of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 April 1869

\ % % ¿. JUJ>.- directory ADYEBTÍ8EBS. J^HEENBECK, J. B-, Butcher, w4 DAB8ANTEE, E. A., News, Book aai -D Stationery, Revenue Stamp*, Ac. lbibr5338&fós¡ I^UKHINQHAM, J. L., Physician and flOOKE, r. J., Notary Public, Conrey- ancer and General Land Agent. BIFFIN.J.T. ACO. Whotewleand VT Betail dealers in Dry Good*. Grocer- iqp, Drugs and Medicine*; two atore*. g~\ BATES, H. 8. A CO., Cotton Bro VF ker and Commission Merchant, Ad- vances made on consignments. GÜDLLBMB*, A., Watch Maker, Frait and Candy Dealer. LI XMPSTEAD GIRLS' ACADEMY, XI Misa L. H. Bawling?, Principal. TOYCE a BLAKE, Attorney* and el Coa—kin at Law. 1T EMPER, STONE A CO., Wholesale J^- and Retail Druggists. VTOONEB, J. W. A CO., Dry Good* xi Groceriea, Crockery, Ac. RANKIN, Henry Ú, Agent 81. Leaiaf Matnal Life Insurance Company. SCHWARZ, Sam., Groceries- Dry Good*, MiHineiy, Boot* and Shoe*. CPENCE, R., dealer in dry-goods, hata, IJ boot*, aboca, notion*, groceriea, Ac. O AMUEL, G. Granville, Surgeon Den- ¡...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 April 1869

~ ( v V\ V elliott.. ...... j. 42. raskin ELLIOTT !f RANKIN, editors, publishers t proprietors. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, Friday, April 2, 1869 IS* A. Eg ah, 53 Main Street, Houston, Texas,' haa always on band a fine assort- ment of Fancy Groceries—Wines and Li- quors of all kinds—the best that can be found in any market. tin a call. Be sure and give n38-tf. T, B. Wood & Co., have re- moved their stock of goods to the house formerly occupied by J. H. Kuttner, where they are fitted up ready te accommodate their custom- n39tf. The Canvass. What's the matter ? Is there no cue who intends to become a candidate for office in our county, at the ensuing July election ? or have tiioy eonclu: ded to let the helm of-Government still rest in the clutches of scalawags and carpetbaggers 1 It can't be that old Austin county is going to be the last to move in this matter. We need good, competent, energetic and perse- vering men in office just now, men who are willing to give their undivi- ded attentio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 April 1869

f i r* '-■«! remits-"«%U* feas (tóidrpait. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1869 si - m - Directory. There win be preaching at Hew pitead hereafter, u follows: OtftEe fint Sabbath in each month, by Ber. Hutchinson. On t)ie second and foUtfc Sdibaftkaiaeach month, by Ber. U. C. Spencer; and on the third Sabbath, by Ber. It Y Backer. ■ 3} Austin County's greatest want— the Brazos bridge. •The temple of fashion—Josh Wat- son's barber-shop. Eat, drink and be merry—Charley Hooter's motto. New music and periodicals—at E. M. Baisantee's. The charm of life—Reddick's Ex- change, Brenham. ^ • .rt . ' Two of the greatest swindles of the rgn—the Reconstruction acts of Con- gress rnd the Bankrupt law. From all we can learn, a large crop of cotton is being planted this year; with a favorable season and no worms, we may expect a large crop. As a leading staple for exportation,- we do not think anything can compete with cotton, in this part of the country; yet, we think it should be secondary to the actual necessi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 2 April 1869

The following peraons are. anthonep agents for "The Countryman,' and to receive subscriptions andadvertning.for receipt for moneys doe this (Ace: Junes Stevens, Travis. J. J. Josejr, San Felipe. Dr. Tobin, Mew Uhn. Cspt A. J. Ben, Industry. 17* J. E. Bailey & Cow, Tiemoat street, Galveston, are oar authorised agents for Galveston and Houston. Raising Poor Land. A Castile (N. T.) correspondent of the Rural New Yorker talks Benaibly in the following: In the latter part of my life I have endeavored to improve a piece oi ex- hausted land—a labor m which, think, I hare been quite successful. Here permit me to Say that one country, in all its wooded portions, is hugely indebted to decayed leaves for its native fertility. , When new timbered land was first put under crop its yield was most abundant. When over-croped, the vegetable mold was exhausted, and people began to complain. They still com- plain, but in an improper manner. It is seen that even newly cleared land will not now yiel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 April 1869

WM- // ¿y ! i'ií 1 QOOKB; ..¿MnrKUie, Canity- lewtliuidipiL ¿fenu^law glkuíí ** *€° ii Dry Goofc, Gsoeer- gct3&lsi£8ss tmcm—le nwwiyyjfc GÜILLEMET, A.,W teh Maker, Frail aad Candy Dealer. ÍTEAD GIRLS' ACADEMY, j* H. Kswlings, Principal, ft BLAKE, Attorney• i ten ai Law. TT EMPER.8TOKE A CO., Wholesale JV sai Beiail Dr«ffists. \¡OOHiR,J. W.& CO., Dry Geoda, i." OwMiiM'Cwtkwy, *f. TJANKIH, Henry L., Agént 8t.L«ús JV lfaMtM Insurance Company. CCHW1B2, Sui., Groceries. Dry M Goods, Millinery, Boot* and Show; C« PENCE, B., denier in dry-goods, hato, O bovla, shoe*, notion*, groceries, Ae. C* AMUEL, 0. Granville, Surgeon Den- Otist. CXRce at Green's Hotel. CHIELDf, W. E., patent tight for de- 0 stroym# worms in eotfcm. rpHATCHEB A SPRINGFIELD. 1 Grocers, Commission Merchants, "1TIOLETT, G. T. Physician and 8ur- w *000. XX/OOD, T. B. dfc CO., Varied Store, WW Dres*Goods,Groceries, Ac. ZADOW, F. W., Boot and Shoe Ma- ker, Repairing, fte. ELL 4b GLENN, Attorney ■ and Coua- selors at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 April 1869

\' * ÍW k.r. nuwr..^.—,!■ r- raskin ELLIOTT tRANfilN. EOITOM, PDBLMapBS * ffZMFSTllAJ), TEXAS. «,,-1 Friday, April 9, 1869 3" A. Egak> 53 Main Street,- Houston, Texan, has always on hand 'a fine assort- ment of Fancy Groceries—WineB and Li- quors of all kimjb—the. besji that' can be found in any market. Be rare and give him a call. n38-tf: T.B. Wood &,(?<>.« have re- moved their stock of goods to the house formerly occnpied by J. H. Kuttncr, where they are fitted op ready to accommodate their custom- era. • 39-tf. ^ A very valuable Island, on the j coasts oLGeorgia r*nd Flotid* near the moofcrfc t\% & W*rfa river, and slsd toewFeitaDdin i, it i «stated, fcas íeáf-lamy ¡ñirc&ásed by Senator Sprague, of Rhoda Island. It con- tains 9,000 acres, and is very fertile. The probable object in making the purchase u to cultivate Sea Island cotton.. Gen. Grant i 47 years of age, and Mr. Colfax 46; Andrew Johnson, 61; MfTSeward, 08; Gen.-Schofield, 38; Mr. Welles, 61; Mt. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 April 1869

DON'T REAP THIS? EViftW if Ji (- .saoY ryt«w«¿£l9 ¡miari WMJ«V ««>€>©#♦ xvwaeA . apbil. ibrf hereafter, aa follow*.* .*«/•>'F J > On the first Sabbath in each month, by Hot. Tfetrhimdtf "Oi> >tk* aédond and i in each month, by Eer. U. Her. L. P Backer. ■yt >,"■& ill Beaut Wi —11 th> atti the card oí: baiber and rl-fifw asesar^ PwwOy HhfiM-C. upon 4eirmni a find it very convenient to stoj Sbddick eichüri fi ■ m 1*™- Cotton. GoodOrdinary,-..... ..17 J «18 Not mtfCh Tiomhigitr on account of the bad condition of the-road ., Bayers free- ai once. "C08TAB," No. 10 Crosby St. N. Y. and at prices approximating to gold quo- tations. i% v Gold............-i ®— Silver-k—-WO® —.; ; ME^B^Uo^in tt,Hide arléf hm become to great-ttfht figures appzoximating to Gluveston and Houston We quote— reen..-.g.-¿... A-5 LOOK OUT!! LOOK OUT!! LOOK OUT,!! LOOK. OUT!! awHfKáésfl- iff ra 10 ■ "Benuttflea the Complexion." ' "Gives a Rosy Glow to the Cheek*." "A Ruby Tinge to the Lipe,"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 9 April 1869

wwiw 1 w i r r I; V N i I - isassssfe Dr. TeWa¿New Uta . Cift A. J> Bell, Industry AOTM NEW TORK. JOB PRINTING Fruit Tree*. L «fon Mr ttees oeeopy tin I groan j, nothing else d.ould—-except ¡veryahortgrass. 2. FnátftúiMM tad growth 6f tbe [trees cannot be expected the same [year. - 3. There is no plamtbat the 'cur- j. eolio will not take, though an j kind for one year I in one place. * 4. Peach bore will not do moch usage when stiff «Jay ia heaped up [round the tree* fbot high. 5. Pen blight' stiff pussies the Hbmpstbad, Tbxas. I greatest men. The best remedy March 31,I8$9,J {known ia to plant two for every one Editobs CouwraYMAflr:— {that dies. Since writingyott on the 20thmy 1 6 u y0Q don.t kn£w how to atand of com is completed, and the f don't hire a man from the replanting of a few miming .pheeal^i^ B^e of the set that Impws less puts my corn crop In fine average I th4Il you a0. condition, and not over two Weeks 7> j)<mH cut off a big lower limb later than usual. I nnW ...

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