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

fUtxli anil fllantn. LOCALS. tW¿Fallen humanity needs clothing! It was immediately after tlio Fall that Adam and Eve took to dressing themsc tcs. Well, the fall is over, A. it S. Levy of Victoria have a complete stock of Fal' Goods—just roceivod and open for in- spection. V tW If yon want Pills, take Ayor's Pills. Nothing has ever appeared that can compare with th>s preparation for chasing ont the distempers that fasten and grow upon qs. They are philosQ pher's Elixir ot life, which bids dofiancc to disease and leaves no alternative but old age. •* They , i e mild ¡íjpik a full dose, póCifc- ¿ill growirman. Thongh sweet lie taste, which glide silga over the pidktei'tbeir virtues ittflco tolling furec, on the very foundn- disease.—(Cincinnati Citizen, TEXAS AGENCY FOR LAMMS GABDIH SEED. tW The Gulf Coast Fair Association at Victoria is a success—everybody and their families will be there—while you are examining the products of the soil, the fine stock, the magnificent fruit trees ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 3 December 1874

k j 6ENEJIAL H&EVITI8M. * The Marr faiíilly, of Michigan, who have been expecting a fortune of from $2,000,- 000, to $16,000,000 each from England, have just hitrneq that they can't get a red teerit. A physician In Scotland recently sued a patient for his fee in the,cage of a surgical operation. The court* 'decreed against htm, on the ground that be had.not regis- tered Tw a surgeon. Thk,other day Mrs. Walker sent by ex- press from Das Moines, Iowa, to her hus- band at Fort Dodge, their little two-year old child. The precious package was duly labeled and billed, and went through la good shape. Job Rhombero, a distiller at Dubuque, and reputed to be the richest man In the State, has been requested by the Govern- ment to pay $700,000 for Internal revenue taxes which he has failed to satisfy during the past several years. At the Paris Morgue there was exposed last month the body of a young woman, aifod about twenty, so wonderously beau- tiful that the authorities caused a mold to b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 10 December 1874

1 , A WEEKL * ■" i ■üEar '•> a ■ti ' - nJ , i r, ,'u,= s • «¿r ¡WSPAFBB, DEVO'QSD TO PQUTICS, AET, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ¿ i1 .* ■■.« wsf. .JAW BY NORA. PBBBT. She came alaog. the little lane, Where all the tmslieB dripped wjtl And robins eung and sung again, «tin, aching, aching in her iiU !-.er prcitj- golden oi . drooping as if sore opprest. iv I* ; ml' lü As ii with suddeq, sheer.delight. For such a world so ires}* ana bright, To swing and sing in day and nignt. But, coming down'the little'lane; She did not need the robin's strain, Nor feel the sunsliine after rain. A little face .with two brown eyes, A little form of slender size, A little head not very wise; A little heart to match the head, A foolish little heart, that bled At every foolish word was said. So, coming down the little lane— I see her now, my little Jane— Her foolish heart with foolish pain Was a< ** Ai¡d Was And something, too, of anger's trace Was on the flushed and frowning face...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 10 December 1874

. 10,1874. 8. LEE KYLE . .TJMTOR. ALL PERSONS owing for Farm Wghts to use Boyall's Cotton-Worm Destroy* jnimt T y immediately or tW will banned Tlii« ia the order of Royñll « /■'_ t W. L. SARTWELLB, Aoesit. STATEJJONVENTION. Tim "Statesman," e short time since, called upon the proas for mi of iiiion on the i'l>ji)ct of llie'mimlusr of delegates who should be elected to ropresont the dato in tho approaching Constitutional Convention. To avoid nnneocssary expense, piolix- ity of t|.;bnto and their infallible coii- seqnence—along session—but fow per- sons slionld be clioner for tliii important work. To banish from their delib- erations crude ideas, exploded theories, and the uncompromising persistente of honest hard headed, honest but imprac- ticable fools, these few should bo selec- ted from the greatest and most experi- enced men of our State. It • is aliio equally essential to tho satisfaction of overy portion of onr State, that every section should be adequately represented -fai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 10 December 1874

fy —r t I 'i í\\ 1, II ! jH - i A faralá «ni Panto. LOO /3T If you want Filia, Pills. Motil¡ng has «ver appeared can comparo with th'8 preparation chasing out tho distempers that fasteri and grow upon us.' They are philoso- pher's Elixir of life, which bids defiance to discaso and leaves no alternative bat to dio of old age. Tlioy are mild for children, yet, in a full doso, power- ful tor a full grown man. Though sweet morsels to the taste, which glido sugar- shod over tho palate, their virtues strike with tolling force, on the very founda- tion of disease. —[Cincinnati Citizen. Jury Fund tOOOO 00. County Fund 787 83 Courthouse Fund 8290 83 Road and Bridge Fund 1Í5 80 Sundry deductiong'were approved for individual tax payers, the same having been erroneously assessed. NEW GOODS—CHEAP GOODS. Just arrived and for sale. 100 barrels of flour, from $7,25 to $9 per barrel. 100 sacks of salt at $3.00 per sack. 50 c:ins Pratts Brilliant Kerosene Oil at $2 per can. Coffee 4 aud 4 \-'2 pounds...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 10 December 1874

A jfc expedient fol tiam. He cr Ungen, and then AMHERST, MaU., relatively, to population, mo; BREVITIES. hit upon a happy rid of the rheu ma- to hU two amputated. having, '' ibes than any other place In New E ._ It alio has the greatest proportion of drinking places, which it does not con- sider a matter for so much exultation. I* South Boston a building four stories high, and covering an area of four thou- I square feet, was raised Ave feet from the foundation. The tenants were not dis- turbed, and no machinery or merchandise had been rcmovod. Forty men working with four hundred powerful screws did the Job. Thb dog of Capt. Williams of North Berwick, Maine, howled so mournfully at his master's funeral Hut he had to be chained in the barn. When released he searched the premises for his master, and tracked (he body to the graveyard, whith- er he goes dally and mourns for his lost owner. An unknown tramp was recently found hanging head downward, on the fence of a cemetery In Uxbridge....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 17 December 1874

tí .1 % i { V V A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OP IMMIGRATION. VOLUME III. HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1874. NUMBER 21. HARVEST HYMN. by john o. whittieb. Once more the liberal-year laughs out O'er richer stores than gems of gold; Once more with harvest song and shout Is nature's boldest triumph told. Our common mother rests and sings Like Ruth among the garnered sheaves; Her lap is full of goodly things, Her brow is bright with autumn leaves. Oh, favors old, yet ever new.; Oh, blessings with the sunshine §entl The bounty overruns our due. The fullness shames our discontent. We shut our eyes, the bowers bloom on; We murmur, but the corn-ears 1111; We choose the shadow, but the sun That casts its snine behind us still ^ Giv< V4th oufuruj The power to make it Eden fair, And ricltecfruits to c 11, Than summer- bear. Who murmurs at his lot to-day? Who scornB his native fruit and bloom, Or sig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 17 December 1874

|§ trató aud llattt ' Tliursday* Dec'r. 17, lt T4. B. LEEKTLK. EDITOR. ALL PEBS0N8 owing for Farm KlgliU to use Roy all's Cotton-Worm Destroyer pay immediately or they will be sued. {a the of Rovall & C«> must pay Immediately w £áe "to 0 w^^bIbtwelle, Agent. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Telegrams from Washington of Doc, 9th state thai the House and Senate were quite full; and committees having been appointed to inform the Prosident that Congress was in readiness to hear from him, the message was read and listened to with a grout deal of attention We can heartily approve of bis state- K merits in regard to the financial condi- tion of our country, and although he c"-ains apt eolation as te the causes indqcing prostration of business, yot tho circumstances and data acknowled- ged by' himself plainly indicate that nothing bnt tho roost dunder Load stupidity and criminal, rcckleisncs could have produced this unhappy condition. Ho states: Two ossential elements of prosperity havo boon mos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 17 December 1874

f. pp. Ü w V gfttsli and fiante. loo A l8. J " If you want Pills, take Ayer's Pills. Nothing has ever appeared that can coñipare with this preparation for chasing out tho distempers that fasten and grow upon us. They are philoso pher's Elixir ot life, which bids defiance to diseaso and leaves no alternativo but to die of old age. They are mild for children, yet, in a full dose, power- ful tor a full grown man. Thongli sweet morsels to the taste, which glide sugar- Austin, Deo 12. ■ • 'About thirty Sheriffs aro iu attendance upon the Convention* Sheriff Sara S. Ashe, of Harris county elected President,'and Sheriff Bernhardt Zimpleman, of Travis, Secretary. A lengthy address was issued, and the Convention adjourned till Monday The little girl of whom I telegraphed as having hydrophobia, has died. The doctors prouounce it á clear case of hydrophobia. She was bitten by a dog in August last, as also two other children who, as yet, are unaffected. -Washington, Deo. 12. ■ A com- fnitteo ot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 17 December 1874

" 6ENEBAL BREVITIES. 8am Amtomio, Texas, taa a nejp-o thee- tor. A Jiuit Crr* lady lately shot a hack- man through the hand for overcharging her, and she now receives 100 congratula- tory letters per day. Johh Baptist* Hobtiz Is the oldest white Inhabitant of St. Louis, having been born In that city, of Spanish parents, 84 years ago. This gentleman Imported the Brat hearse In St. Louis, the flrst game cock, saw the first steamboat land at the wharf, and has raised nineteen orphan children. A farm near Pownal Vt., is represented as haunted by very nngentlemanly spir- its. Stones, varying in weight from one to twenty pounds each, fall on the build- ing* and'iñ the fields. People visit the place in great numbers. We do not learn the farmer's price for meals, but presume it to be remunerative. Vaoqubz, the notorious California ban- dit, is about to bring suit against Sheriff Rowland, of Los Angeles County and others, for the reoovery of sundry rifles, revolvers, saddles, bowie knives, r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 31 December 1874

Vt&JL «i ÍA t.íil x . mu «oiVtítü'MB III. A WXHO.Y SEKSPil , OIVOTEI. TO JOUTK*, AKT^ilTBItATOlUt, ?'■!! i~ ' ' rf— rj.nw ; >.,•_■ - "¡ -rt.n i ' * I' i'ii')' • ,f ; ■ HALLETSVítLB. TEXAS, Tfi «U QW tear. BY ALFRED TENNYSON. 1 nd and alow, •WteSS Toll ye the churohball a And tread softly and apeak low. For the Old Year lieB adying. old Tear you must not die, You came to us so readily, ' He lieth still; lie doth not move; j tte^a^n 0f4%; He gave me a , true love, ^MBgKSI XTawa7- But though his eyes are waxing dim, We did so laugh and cry with you; I've half a mind to die with you, Old Year, If you must die. He was full of Joke and Jest, •But all his merry griefs are o'er. To see him die across the waste— His son and heir dóth ride posthaste— The night Is starry and eold, my friend, And the New Year blithe and bpld, my window, delivered himself of a sound that hoping you'd bóentertained by them/'* Uncle WlUlam.u*hook his head slowly by pictures, and a tripe "Icon Joe; I've been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 31 December 1874

PoHHM ÜtuM nit fianle*. ThantoFf 0ee*r. 31 lhT4. 8. LB HI* EDITOR. ALL PZBftONS owing Car Farm Rights to IM Boyal!** Cotton-Worm. Deetroyer Bnit psy 1mmediately or they will be Med w^=5m8Sw L™. Amur. AVFJJB8 DI L0ÜI8IANA. The Election Returning Board in Louisiana have completed tbeir labors, and annomieed the result. Three Dem- ocratic and three Radical members of Congreso an declared to liaTe been elected. The Legislature ia Radical in its ele- ments; and Pnbuclet (Radical) ia de- clared to have been elected orer his Democratic competitor by 988 majority. V, the oonstitntional amendments recommended by .Kellogg are said to have been adopted. The following extracts, which we eopy rom the Galveston New% show some- thing at the spirit, which this stupen- dons fraud—• fraud unparalleled even in the melancholy catalogue of enormi- ties which belongs to the history of Rad- ical rale hi the South—has aroused in the minds of the people of New Orleans. The Bullotk says t The frauds, outrage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 31 December 1874

LOCAL8. jar Wo regret to hew of the serious and continued illness of our venerable aad moat esteemed follow citizen, Mr. Stophen Bcnse*. Mr. Bennett has al- ready long passed the age assigned by the Fkalnmt as the limit of the days man, but so hale and rigorous has been hia age that we had indalged the hope that yet for many years, he wonld have been spared to that large and estimable domestic circle, in whieh he is the ob- ject of so much universal devotion, Since writing the above we are grieved to learn that Mr. Bennett has ceased to live. He expired on Tnesday Dee, 99th. He had lived his long life, honored and esteemed of; men; he has. died, as all who knew him confident- ly truít, «pproVed and accepted of God, thjroagh the atoning merits of the Re- deemer of mankind. Burear this is the consummation of huipan existence. We will gladly publish in onr next, any memorial'commemorative of the many virtues of oar deceased Mow cit- izen, with which we may be famished. JOT Bt Bev. Bish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 31 December 1874

6ENEBAL BREVITIES. MSB, ¿mi «u Gulusha. suicide ▲ quesb report < ' ' ed In b: t comes from Iowa of a /Injured fn a brawl, who lives with two ounces of bis brain missing. A mmchant in New York subscribed honor of the poet Bryant, j he was subseriblng ior the ;tbe minstrel of that name. On learning bis mistake, he withdrew his tub* scription. . Addresses were recently drflvered in Philadelphia by Wong Chin Hoo. a Chi- nese mandarin, and Karaschi Mervangbi Shroff, a Hindoo parseejn defense of their respective religions. The Chinaman ex- pressed the hope that abler exponents of the Confucian system than himself would come over to this country to convert the people. The parsee declared that Chris- tianity had made no Impression upon the cultivated classes of India. Tbi first installment of a Mexican navy —a sloop-ot-war, built at the yard of Messrs. J. & G. Bennie, at Greenwich- was launched recently. The vessel, which was named the Mexico, is 140 feet long, with a beam of 26 feet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 7 January 1875

;-,ít U& iv ir* KjE& Jg,, t S- / v voiuju: in. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVÓfTED TO POLÍTICS, ART, UTEEATJDBJ^ A< '* ■ -"■' ' ■■ " ■- ^ .<iha) HAL? AN HQÜR BEFORE SUPPER. •'So she's here, your uifkuowiiDulcinear- The lady you met 011 the train. * - J "7 believe she would know you ii You weré to meet her again?" ''°Ur^Xr«^Mdkno^e: Forgot the effect Btae Inspired; she excuses, But does not torgat." • 'Then you toíd'ie yGur lore?" asked the elder; The younger looked up with a smile; * 'I sat by her side hall an hour—what Was ! doing the while? , "What! sit by the side oí a woman as fair a* The sua In the sky, , . . And look somewhere else lest the dainie Hash Frqm your own to her eye? •No ; Ihoia that the speech ot tte.tongue be" as it were formerly my darter's boodwo-ra, got from 1 "Young blood I laughed the elder; "ho doubt You are voiclMt the mode of To-Day ¡ But then we oldTogles at least give the Udy Some chance for delay. "There's my wife—(you nraat know)—we first On th?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 7 January 1875

UttaU * flanter Thursday, Jan. T 1875. 8. LEE KYLE. • • • • EDITOR. FORGED SALES. Our Legislature will meet in a few days. It i presumed that they will at- tempt tho enactment of but few Uw*, and those only of primary importance to the interest of the State. It is onr personal conviction, and this conviction coincidea wilh ihe opinion of All whom we havo heard speak upon the subject, that all forced salo of property, real or ponwpl, should be advertised in the county papa . Tlie notification givon to the pubjic by " throe notices stuck up in public places," is a matter of ridicule to all. r ors, sheriff*, clerks of the courts mid constables, consider this plan totally inadequate to fulfill the spirit of the law, which never intends tho confiscation of privato property.. Instance after instanco has been re- pented to us, where individuals have suffered from want of a due public an- nouncement of a sale of pro|>erty; and, in one caso in our county, the farm of ono of our fellow-cit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 7 January 1875

ft i |nill #«4 llanto LOO A. LB. BIO INVENTION. ' Lloyd, the famous map man, who made all the map# for General Grant and the Union array, certificates of which he published, has jnst invented ■way of getting a relief plate from steel ao a to print Lloyd's Map of American Continent—showing from ocean to oce- an—on one entire sheet of bank note psper, 40x50 inches large, on a light- ning press and colored, swd and var- nished for the wall so as to stand wash ing, and mailing anywhere in the world for twenty-five cents, or unvarnished for ten cents. This map shows the whole Unit* 1 States and Territories in a gronp, from surveys to 1875, with a.million places on it, such as towns, cities, vil- lages, mountains, lakes, ri vers, streams, gold mines, railway stations &e. This map should be in every house. Send 25 cents to the Lloyd Map Company, Philadelphia, and you will get a copy by return mail. jar' Twas the night before Christmas, And all through the house, Not a creature was stir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 7 January 1875

t « J ] I « ¡ i 1 < I I 1 i á d 1 i i f 4 í í < f i i i < t ó . GENERAL BREVITIES. William D«laji*t, one of Tennyson's immortalized six hundred at lialaklava, lives in Portland, Me. In the village of Sheridan, Oregon, they utilize the church on week days by taking out the seats and using the floor tor a cro- quet ground. Amono recent applicants for charity turkeys In Boston, was a woman who kept boarders, and a man with diamond studs who wanted "one for his brother." Bdwaxd Alfred Wakrbn, of the Brit- ish Museum, has just died. Although only thirty-eight, he had been twenty years tn the Museum, employed on the catalogue. London has a "practical instructor in pearance, and other accessories of the sort, A traveler hi Russia speaks of the serfs as seeming hopelessly Ignorant. Their faces have a vacant look; many of those in cities have no homes, but sleep wherever they can find a resting-place, and gobalf clad. A party of gentlemen went, a few days ago, on a hunting expeditio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 January 1875

A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERÁTURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OP IMMIGRATION. _s— .VOLUME III. "ir, i' «' HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1875. W&bL AGAIN. bv elizabeth AKEBS allen. Tire child lay sick on her tiresome bed; Her face was whitened and drawn with path—* And her mother sorrowed, and sadly said, While tears fell f on the golden bead i 1 «he éVer I 'Ah, mo, Vfili Uo well agalni" window-sill '~%WXVmr- The birti Outside c 3epqfijroL aanced and Warbled with glad good will, • 'Come out oí doors and bo well again 1" Th«| bee plunged in at the open door, And bumped his forehead against the pane- Bright were the golden rings he wore— He buzzed on the ceiling, tho wall, the floor, And paid, "Come out and be well again 1" . The breeze came in at the lifted sash, Full of the strength of the sweet salt main: It told of the brook'B soft purl and plash, Ufotew-fledgcd birds in Uie roadside ash, And whispered, "Come and be wel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 14 January 1875

>P trail aní 3?lx.i!w. Thnnday, Jan 14 tfc75. S. LEE KYLE. EDITOR. jpy Such Weather a* lias fallen to onrlotfor the past month lia* never b«en known to the oldest inhabitant. December has generally been consid- ered one of the dryest month of the year, bot this winter an almost unprece- dented wnonnt of rain fell during the month. On the day buforc Christina* wehadokra in bloom, butter beans fit for the tibio, solid white head c ibbajfo, and peach tree* not only ill blossom but putting out new foliage: On last Satnr- day morning ice formed t<> the thickness of one inch, and on Snnday another inch wh added to i . Bnsiness was al- most entirely suspended oxcept tlie bu- *:nov of keeping warm. Sinoe Old Probabilities has taken the control of our weather immense changes have occurred, and we would mildly suggest to him that while wc do not objuct to a little more raiu at tlic prop- er season,, we remain as regarJs such an unlimited supply of ice, unruconstruc- tod rebels, and o...

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