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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 April 1869

:A. / y y t > I *"ys > / X I- uxjt n -,cy ) ¡jzogJ. x*9i:i ,oi lh«|Á ,ií.ui-::vvH 'í**J ícdl Ja ikji m-! i"díavkj 8 WA*é I ^¿3*" ai jJw * dt Mqi vv.n ¿gomo* antrnq HJL «ti vi *T*.... 8 001 mark os a| ■M üi*>3 :il¿9tf./.1<* htfi>fJT3r í*( f*át túdl *¿4Íi'jHc .í^iwl - I T* i \* '<<■•> í# ? *f# tí*' *HUí<¿HiL J*í# f 1001)1 stthiv^ ,ai«9 Í' 1 ^14'tó'I DEVOTED TO P ► f .f ! ii i J!.-.- .'ilitt - i '*>o oí í/4 ; til* J'i f 3u txu; •:>.( rr: }>« n .i 2*.^ «Ífllílif /1411 r¡'> j, i .« ¡¿J .►n«otíj;: the news qf the day. i«i ::nr/7 b / *2ffl££3E rifa br «US iiá ataritoá W ¡J-VÍ' . W • • ' ' i- Oiéií^a8t«,¿f eight basa, fil 56 ir tie BMrtira, and $1 for e*ek fiOfitiaa- ""^laight yt'll&SStfjfítr ■feÉHÍB||'Í5 so 80" 100 <10 t 150 en the above rates added ad««rtisemeats. Qbiteary notices *x~. as advortise- Cslls m candidate , their replies, their aad all notices of a personal ,'will5$ charged' for Stat and District offees flO; for Connty offices chan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 April 1869

|.F. ■UW" * #"*"-'" B.toSllH ELLIOTT * RANKIN. kditobg, nrnimu * «opiubtobs. wutrrrxdP, tkxas. tF A. Egas, 53 Main Street, Houston, Texas, ha* always on hand a Cm assort- ment of.Fnncj Groceries—Wines, and L>- nfall kinds—tbo best that can be quaes i an sinus—we oes iu*v ca foond in any market^ Be sore and give hiwaeaiL n38-tf. ty Misa Rawlings having declin ed teaching school at Hempstead— Mia., Bay la will oommence teaching on Monday next, at the house for mcily occupied by Mias Rawlings. Mm. Bayle Is too well known as a teacher to need. any comment or in- quiry. Bee card. We hope oar friecds will not my «ton confidential inquiries as to who is the author of any alrticles that may appear In our paper. No sooner doea an article appear over a ficticious signature, than we ore bor- ed with a dosea inquiries as to who the author is. We do not wish to be impolite, but we most decline expos- ing the namea of tbdse who do not wish to write over their proper eig. nature. Wo have been s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 April 1869

>■ h£ Ctías FRIDAY, APRIL.... ,. -Ifi, 1869 Then will be preaching a| Henpkt«ad herrador,n follow*.- Or the fintTTi^MMriy/fyh nron^,by Ser. Hatehinen. On the sccond and Awtí**by. 'ci^enen; ini«iW (kW^Hctl, ■?!!« SüT'u U.1 LUllk .. ■ ,'! :_>!j tháf hé Kbit óyo-sore, the old mill-stand, htogone to the Grftv^ iTjXaJk "r Winn Woódwará^e^K íéfore the may the house with the red front, bed If I had a little male vat vouldn't go, iop himt no, no, nog Hey** *? haman treatment to animal ! Sec Oldham &. Wlgt^V JjKg «t« -Penal Code, Art 713. Ah! gentíemen be iiadfc yoarówn and yon* neiglibora equine and muline quadruped. Otir Savior rode the sire of a nulo. Don't be'cnicj to lineal deBGéntdant of your Savior's riding animal. Next time Mr. ; a little more moral suasion and not so much hoop-pole ioice, of you m^H ar^«>aWy fcom} y'e local. Beautiful dres goods-Sam Schwarz. . To THK MRMR BRS OF TUB H EMP- OTRAD Corporate Sanhedrim!- Look to your interest. The mdst careless trick wo' kn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 16 April 1869

m*' • o*, üIustin County, l April 13th, 1869. Mistce EniTDBt JMk Hb«t.| Ihe Bural Haw Yraker I i« J°™ "d 1 lh,°k "1B * ■linirif tfri iif - Ive^goodiáss-if evxybody-thattioae u -.ríirfT of Med andTeTryt*,ÍD6 ■K"cn^t<r "te to WMB.: U -• wd ▼«My, 1* «• «?* T m.ytL,nktbatno are better gruweraaod keepers than body orter rite but sich as has book tbeysUow orwlfite. Tfcé Utter aré.jfarniti, and can spel ther words «w* however, generally higherpriced; bút [ roet> but tWs menny mien who can't ^KSST *lW>b«í ySjSw[T1 C0,Teet•whoao4** morte bite kinds' are the Yellow Dan-1 them that can about fannin, and I od the 8itver-sk!n; which is al- think that rich men ort to lay aside so eslled the White Páttngsl. '• I ther squeemisbnesa and let other folks 2. Onion seed more than one yew Ae ^ 1hw ex perence. £5d"b?13 -Wf '«. W~ Good seetNbks In water, while, the I in publick with my ugly fist, but poor rises to'the surface and may bel bare an inerd fealin that it is my separated. The best manne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 April 1869

H 9 m 3&«jr ELLIOTT & RANKIN, } nadento«d that H*Mk tuHWD. AeiMnnfcogi r deiftes thai a eub#cribcr'« time has «spina ^ All papers outaide of IbeMiitjr, SUcon tinaed without «atice, at *hq eipiratioD-i yc.j g\4r;' TtT+VT •of tito tiaM for wkick thoiuhtcriptioohaa V UXi V 111 •been paii.. One Mpáre, of eight lines, $1 50 firtho fnt insertion, and flibresá continu- ance. Any Mmber of lines lesa thaneight •charged aa a square. ¡Ráfes ofjUntUg mU Ytmrlt Advertising. 1 sqnara.. S sqaalp. 3 squares. 4 sqaaraa. 1 column, column. lrn 3iu ..... 1 *8 "é¿* 5.J _7 ! 11 ; 9 13 174 874, 85 50 Gti 6m 1... $10 .174! 80 110 i ,y. r 15 20 25 35 60. 100 150 Fifty ner cent, on the above t te^addc¿ for double column advertisement*. All Marriage and Obituary notices ex- ceed eight lira, charged ~ menta. Calla oa candidates, tbeir replies, their^ circulars, and all notice* of a .personal character, if admissible, will be charged i ■ advertisements. Announcement of candidates for Statq and District ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 April 1869

-C-^KSr •nf^- W * ' ' - VioJeC- IF. ELLIOTT ...I. G.raskin ELLIOTT tf RANKIN, XD1TOBS, PUBLISHERS A PROPRIETORS. ~BElirSTEAD^rEXAS, gritoy, April 23, 1809 t#" A. Egah, 53 Main Street, Houston, Texas, has always en hand a fine assort- ment of Fancy Groceries—Wines and Li- quors of all kind —the best that can be found in any market. Be sure and give him a call. u38-tf. From the best information we have been able to obtain, tbe election provided for by tbe new Constitution In this State will be held in July as providod for by the Constitution. It leaves but a short time tor registra- tion, but with active working regis- tran it may be accomplished in time. All who are allowed to register should do so without delay, as soon as the opportunity is offered. There will no doubt be a great straggle for the offices, and we shall expect to see the different aspirants soon in the field. There seems to be a diversity of opinion as to what oath of office will be required—whether the "iron-clad" e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 April 1869

r i *, ;/ VlVi J .. •: ■• y « , •.; n i? - , $¿ps Cmmtrpmr. OFFICE—Ufttairt over J. T GrifimSfCo. FBIÍ)ÍY APRIL ^^ ? .23, 1869 Then win be preaching at hereafter, u follows- On the fint Sabbatk in each moath, by Ret. Hutehimon. On the aecood and fourth Sabbathain each noath, by Rev. U. C. Spencer; and on the third 8abbath, by jbTi L P LOCAL 9c PERSONAL: Mr. W. EL Shields called into •ee ta a few days «nee, and informed «s that his Agenta will soon be ont far the aale of hia cotton worm receipt and that hewill prepare a quantity of the medicine himself, which will be ready for sale by the first or middle of June. He requests us to say to all agents, and others writing letters of inquiry; to address M. V. Lac* of Hempstead, who is his chief agent, and will at- tend to all correspondence; No cure no pay, is Shields motto. See bis advertisement in the proper column of to-days paper. When in the course of human «rents it becomes necessary for one to have a lot of good floor—any quan- tit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 23 April 1869

feas Cmmír|iRair. AOENTSi The following peraon «re authonop 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. OF J. E. Bailey &. Co., Tremont sireet, Galveston, are our authorized agents 6 r Galveston and Houston. ^———p—i— PARMER'S DEPARTMENT. ,} HBursTBAu, TEXAS. April 23, 1869 Editors Texas Countryman*. The cold snap, alluded to in my letter to yon of 31st nit., has oecurr ed, culminating in a slight frost and nipping the young com in high, ex posed places. I notice also, that the cotton is affected by the cold, in pla- ces looking crisp and yellow. Tho corn is only injured by Being riiüir- «lcd a week or so in its growth—but yonng cotton is so tender a plant that one cannot estimate the damage to it. 1 havo known it to hold np (after a cold snap) fi r weeks, and then droop and die. The fine growing weather following the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 30 April 1869

A / ) / 7 forwUctthe 1 t amares. «puna. 4 anana, i eoinmn. (don. 9m Sas "ft- *4 fió* 6 9 TO 7 11 m 9 .13 9*4 m VÍ TO 80 ss 59 «71 «84 110 í linea, fl 50 fir ti . for emcfc ■ of Iíum toss Uua eight v of MíeniUff Fttriy ty •••< 15 80 86 35 60 100 160 Fifty ver cent, on the abeva ratea WM fir double coto urn adverttameata. All Marriage and Obituary notice* ex eeea eight luws, charged aa advertía Calla en candidato , tbeir replies, their circulan, and all notices of t personal character, if adniarible, will be charged is advertisements. „ . Announcement of eandidatea for State and Diatrict office* $10; for County offices $5, tobe paid «trictly in advance. , Editorial notieea. of a purely business character, audi aa remark* upon bns\pesa houaea, and the recaption or goods, will he charted at 95 ceo ta a line. -No raeh editorial notice inaezted fbr leas than one dollar. XW All billa due after first insertion of Co- Wo would call the special attention of Poet Maatera and subscribers to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 30 April 1869

• «Mj|rrrr.—J...* ..'• «•■*** ? ¿. ELLIOTT tf RASKIN, fpitoks. fuflijshííhs * proprietors. HZMPSTXAP. TIXAS, 39, II fttfay, April * C?" Th*pre eBt issue closes the •ípb|li votan of lie Texas Col'.n- Y£A$;otiXt week -vre will coranie&ce. tlu ninth. All wlio wish to snb^ should do so st once. We desirvió improve on tbenext volume 4ni shall reed all ths help we ca& g«U Those who are scarce c f money allrmust be jnow—can send: ua bridge to cowve^ ínr fnm chaos to anything in the way of Oouutry pro- order, the main atone is tha key-one. thgce at the market price. We must hays some money, but euough will, perhaps, pay as in money to answer oar requirement8. -The Countryman will, we think, compare favorably with any: interior paper i the State—and, is about a good as we can make it with the pat- ronage it receives. Newspapers are generally measured by. the patronage they receive. We' are aware that the Countryman does not come up to the standard that some people tbink it ooght; but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 30 April 1869

mm L'ijw ■< l&h $39tNffG&A ■?•••- :•>. I 1 w / fas CMtttjrirónf. FRIDAY, APRIL 30, IBB? niHctwy. Then will be preaching hereafter, m fallow : T/TiT Tr ' i 1 On the first Sabbath ín éach moiíth, by -«mmmtP. iSaUtfinhj fourth SabWi b< ii eafeh pontic C. Smbmt, end oa the third Sabbath, by M^rtsms Sp "Co-iCKfT—Tbt Concert lor the taStOT l|)isA)pal Charch came, off, according to previousno,i^1^ e¿rly^!be even-' ing7 ncralthough me who we™*° was any. *war by U& io eveí7 P,ece mmím&ui ¡gjlg '¿pinregalar order and per- him'tit- in tfatt nsoat^kilUul aud eat- irfactory manner. Much credit is Crazy Mak Killed.—We ** íb- forraed that on Friday laaf. ■ man hy $&&asM the Stephenson place on tb« 3XJL West tide or the Brazos, rjpr, injthis coun- ^The deceased was fooad jeine sis weeks ago, in the woods Hear this place, and arrested as a auspicious chara** «nd W«ei magia. Irate, hnt be refused to give any ac- count of himself. There was no ev- idence or charge agai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 30 April 1869

tV ! Cefas Cimntrpan. ' The following persona are autlioriop •feats for "The Coantryra.in,'' and to receive subscription* and advertising,for receipt for moneys doe this office: James Stevens, Travis. J. J. Joety. San Felipe. Dr. Tobin, New Ulin. Capi. A. J. Bell, Industry. E?" J. E. Bailey & Co., Tremont •treet, Galveston, are our authorized agents for Galveston and Houston. Agricultural Drparlm't. Batter in Sacks. A correspondent of (lie Rockfield Register, writing from Olympir, W. T., gives tins method used on the Pacific coast for preserving butter:— 1 think the dairymen here have an «rt in the management of butter th.it might be turned to good necouiit in the East, but which I never saw practiced till I come to this cost. 1 alinde to the manner of putting up bnttor for market. Perhaps neces- sity was the mother of this invention but that makes the invention none the less valuable. Here such a thing as a butter firkin or a s!one jar to pack butter in is unknown; but all butt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 7 May 1869

Si. ¿«CUreH Sstif if: -M. 'JiUsilt Omjmt, invariablyin >ÍTuet....|3 00 wí *"« • .... 3 00 Oe. DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLÉS AND THE NEWS OF THE DAT ELLIOTT & •spired < ís« B- t All RSXSSSZOfiS of the time for which the jnbaeriptigo has 1 2 :¡ ¿-4 ~i ■ - '? ■ J ¡ 50 fi r the charged u tifiun. J+* A £ # Gii Fifty ver! cent, on the above ratea added, far double eoluiaa advertisements. A)1 Marriajre and Obituary notice ex eight hnua, charged aa advertise- their replies. their eircalars, and all notices of a personal character, ? íf>dbíjfld wUlbe charged 1,1 idvrffiMIDMfl* Announcement of caadidatea for State and District office* $10; for Connty offices character, aaeh aa remarks apea business bonsai.-and the reception of goods, will be charged at S5 cents a line. No such editorial notice inaerted for less than one dollar. Ef All billa due after firat insertion of the advertisement. Jgg iy The above ratea are apecie. Cur- rency tahea at its market value. We would call th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 7 May 1869

Railroad Meeting. til HUWT O.KASUI ELLIOTT* RANKIN, , WBJMtM * pbopkiktob8. mtttrsTKAa TXXAS. ■7.1889 A Railroad from Hempstead to BooUville—«a iron bridge across the Brocas—• new comity and Hemp •taad the Couaty Bit?—a new 8ute tad Hempstead tLe Capitol—whew! jnst think on't—we want a town lot; j**t two of them. Personal.—We had the pintear? of a call on Tneeday last, from M r D. H. Rankin ot the Brenham In- quirer, *ad were pleased to observe the rapid improvement of his health He represente the farming prospect la Washington coanty as quite favor- Ale. Mr. J. A. Rbudick, of Brenham, aleodidnatbepleasoreofacalla few days since. Mr. J. E. Baily, traveling agent for Flake's Bulletin, aad oar special Galveston Agent, gave as a passing C*H Wednesday last Mr. B. is a man ot pleasing appearance and fiae bust qualifications. Appointments—We see by the list of appointments to civil office, that tbe following have been made for Austin county, to wit: G. Frederick, to be Coustable oi Precin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 7 May 1869

u Then hereafter On the month, hjr .Ü. on ÜM third Sabbath, by -p ^óoAlGo^respooduioe. ] |AjriciH>f«l ^ rlm*i. B«mrstead, Texas, I * May 3d, 1869. ) ':4R>e bright—the i a good atete of kMf atkomtD «ate* and tend tbi-ir flack*aad nn*l wanta —the freedmen appe.r orderly, industri- ous and dettrminedly intent on fhtflUinR their part of the contraed-So inÉje-it and needy pauper* ■ every body wants tb ^uilify and vote—the country i* fining fur peace, order and law, and with breathies* and painful iuipatieuce, await political de- velopment*. ' SviyoM Tt *A¿ GiWirrtTWH; I Editor* Texas Countryman:— Tbe^ soolest, rodvit, matt nnblaai- phe pmpcctw of the Imperialist am afffMitry, bra* , iiu^aiencty* *- pnblish^d in • late number of Flake'* cu lt «na váliaínons vanity tnat ev^r \ Bulletin, calls to mind the old adage: inflated the imbecile brain of a second «-'¡'be shaking of th* leaves indicates i nd fiddle editor, i disgustingly ,|,e conr8e of the wind." Had Flake manifest in the colu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 7 May 1869

ÍSR¿ it m the rtdaga*e display «f Ipif. pipeta! Lika the Spartan boy who covered hia wounds with hi cloak, or Hk« the woundgk dove, 4^*ch cover* wlthili1"1*"*4 nlnmai the arrow which u o J: i- i." í , TÍ*. J.J. Josef. *aaF< _ Dr. Tsbin, Nowüln u Cspt. A. J. Beü, Industry ■ i " OTJ. E. Bailey & Co., Trwumt ■two!, Galveston, are oor: snthorised sgoaits fcr Galveston and Hoosiun. la this poem moat affeetiooatoly inscribed, by her sister—lqttie c. efxor. i are fragrant and blooming, - ' The day-god la still hovering near—. While Natnre'a kind hand ia perfuming The land in her Wildcat career. Ber garments with beauty ia teeming; Sen breesea are fanning my brow- Bow ean I bat iiall into dreaming Ofebangcs all visible nowl , The aenaea are quite in confusion, With Flora' most bountifal atom For never waa greater profusion Spread oat on her carpeted floor. fikiea filled with such bright falling ahoweia " That Matter in dropa like a fleece, ' Thus siding theTine covered bowers With be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 14 May 1869

W: Wc'.'IXJ : v - VL a3fii3 t t-ui/L -isasr.L * #L .'Jtii ff ot L >«rta •i V. iPii! .VAll*. W-.I P, ' i-n isio £TOT: - ¿ptfcncfc*. Y.. ^ ^ fcr-h I •• EmffiSTjííi9 ♦swfcwHw*' WAVE8. Í*.' B.'«' rÓ^, tfottoW Bid .qoZ ¿fUi.oH xncxi i9.-J« X ¡T * A* a rf ^S! r 7 K $ Mfir^-AieaQ' {AT frit.• ■ ! '."X?:ia< *> Till [i- *t,fi".<i70M ITwl • ,fS*)ti''r4 *flf .. u ,;.. , ^ -....,J ^f[,¿ íttot* f>-«n- 9 T Íñí Jr'dt I rfjfJv ,floi T 4| ... :f i; io -ii.: 7T cMilr.qotlsK ad! *A. |.ni wdt ai Mtd (M*I i"rta tod •n Tf?0 in.lf v«JI et3 i -fcT«^ >t if .ijnt ,:•?-!nw c;.: bias VÜ3X3 «i i bos ■;.*•' 1 ' L^Lb Í tii _ i Kraft aodCsridy ifcsttefi -f ol >-:< AJD^IRUiVAMIIPHV rle. Principal: t<^CE ittwbefr slid V- 'flllMISthirS St lilTT" 5 i f'.":i. 1 TÍ *KW? (Mirrfc', l«Ml 8t. Loilr -,; J|i, MuMUfeimmiiMrCmpmr 1 is1 C^EHoku, O boots, shoes,' 'S Jmjjry,''Hoots #n< L,< dialer in dry-g« odB, bats. —J , MPUmia, grwerie^Ae* iJiUEL, &*<&aa #lí$^u7gfif«*l>eit- tú*. F Of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 14 May 1869

-:í . : \ jmt wyiwi «¿Kaftan* i y ..i.- . j ELLIOTT fRANK/fr BikrsreÁit, rxxus, M-*kt 2^ 14.1999 Wrf mMkoristd to aaaonnce JOHN «sfeamtria the ttttaBoosts.' Election Jaly iy<«m Jnniorgort to LiGringr ■Be* t wwk to attend Court, and will solicit mhmiliérii for tit> Coühtry- *AM tlrnHjk Wsahing'oa and Fny ette counties. W hope no oqe will M slighreJ if not called on, bat «end M the subscription price and the pa- per will be forwarded fartbufttb. Wooden Railroad. ogr*- e? den Railroad from this place te Hunts* tille ia bring freely discussed by ear «¡tisene, and we believe ia but gain fag ground. Likeall enterprises it bee to aa it ought, go through a thor jmgb eourae of ioieetigatiou before it h«nttndtipqa> What will br its benefits? and bow is It to be built? Where are the meant to oom* from T Will tbe ad# to be derived from it justify the expenditure, dcc.t sre questions to be folly canvasaedaad understood. Wooden milroadls are new'to most #ur people, and it isaéceOfery to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 14 May 1869

ifeü /«ir :X Citas twuhályl.T. t. b. wood,.. r CU'J -1 .'tf _T¿ si . t -Li FRIDAY. IIAY..^. .^. ..Tj lSW :-¡'i ;°?¡i £¡Iko77 ! i¡-jd: c-í «io«. ;b (jcr will be preachiuf at hereafter, ta follow : ,?} zoT ,fcfl On the Ant Sabbath ia cwk yr p rr - - - Be*. HutcMaéoá ' tautk 8-tbbatk iaa eh mpctb, by ^er.lJ. yfíákimMifi W Xef. L P Koekw. All our quotationi are ia «pede. Gold 7138«>— í 135®— HIDES.—Competilicn in tbe Hi^t> ata** ¿miieM* u¿£at that figuré appruximatingt o Gtaveafc n and Houatu ■ 'i(; OlNP FERSOifAXí Jiwuniiw-vliw and tbe opening.talip -«—tb twittering swallow ami tW lightsome modttnf-Mhi. herald tbé adv^t oiwtcbrinakius aada* ringt I l8 0f P^rtyed #fk and my•tic Wtnb.,la wreaths and hvmenial sappers flit be- fyrr UH.JU, plainly alMLjipler's Spirit filt¿¿ [óws. and whisper in onr earv of 1^dd}nc-wW and cake- áSwtift.l*sa! happy «wain ! y'# (ocal tender* a gra- - tiá gift «f'th irivriffgt notice. :: : . . ■" • - I ¡ ~ "Kéw lmildmgí—pirw goods-*.r « ^ eomws atidtb >...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 14 May 1869

Sfl' tí '/ 8 i raeeive subscriptions and advertising,for receipt for moneys doe ^illitMÍ :5:; |ír Í.J.J . Dr. Tobin, New Ulna. „ Afrk *li ail ®ewiPlm't sands of pomtdi ^ ^inuéh. £B5fei^5t|v not be Wiled in nnsettli weithrr. Tba wind should bl frontil* ¡aoHliwést, aád lea be, «avorabla-plsee*. • !•« * fca'f ,n tbfck.to a gpod ^l. l^e opf^o^ of kul^ jng, .Mildinp , At>n sbotvld he bwriwi through aaquickpoembfeinordsr th«t nqnim a much batter diaeiplined '"army topn^ryeia, morale aft^r a _victoryx than under a defeat.—The ranark ia Wne, pot only «f armies, bat of nHHO. geo«rally. Prosperity is .,*iore.difficult to bear than- adversity. •fbe flush of victory and the intoxicij- tfo i pf success, are much mrreipt to iala'away people'sspnsts tban defeat andniafortqne.< , ri-i-1 - These reflection* are occasioned by tbo present condition of the Soqth em people. After aeven. years of uisfortnne, equaled in history only ian plague 'onrfyear of success has blessed ~tty Bo^tl . ^ The cott...

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