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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 26 February 1868

Wbmesday,. Feb. 26, 18G . L r 435 Sanan, jj 437 Seholta, c 441 StepkMi, j 445 Sam, j « 446 Schiller, ▼ (Continued from First Ange.) 414 Shenrill w m 965 sasbafB, joa 427 Steanw, c 996 sonael, a 430 Stearns, j r 1007 soderfedore 434 Sanders, f 1013 srigg , alex 1014 shannon, t 1039 smith, jas 1040 «cuny, rich 1078 spriggs, eli 1079 sberill sam 466 Stalta, fred 1108 spriggs, geo 470 gtalte, f jr 1112 sntton, g 4 76 Spiars, s 1127 spencer, s 492 Schiller, c 1138 stanfield, r 496 Steenenberg 1153 Sanders, ed f w 1158 smith, ed 497 Steenenberg 1168 stone, w t c o IÍ87 Stewart, a 503 Simmons j r 1197 segers, alex 506 Schiller, ben 1200 sweeny, j o 511 Scilling,d 1 1206 Bandera, jno 513 Spade, ado 1210 aampson. h 517 Schroeder, li 1212 Stewart, w 525 Scott, b 1217 stone, toby 530 Schraonn, f 1225 starks, w h 544 Stahlbaum, 1230 smith, m j j 1267 Stewart, hen 548 Schroeder, c 1296 smith j b 553 Schiller, v jrl300 stevens, ed 556 Smith, fred 1320 scott, m 557 Schaefner.c 1325 sheperd m 563Se...

Publication Title: Texas Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 4 March 1868

JE ' # Éfslll >; i' ^¡*5$ & ;^3KSSTSO OSTERHOUT & BEMAN, Proprietors. "tea ni , . DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES AND THE NEWS OF THE DAY. ESTABLISHED IN *8**f VOLUME VII. ?'i3 Si J-2- Uf'jT. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, I86S. ■.«. < . 4-j NOw 4!. * Cffas Crantrpan. HEMPSTEAD, ÁÜST1X COITKTY, TEXAS "The letter ! let j& se¿^ IpttfrJ" she gasped, taking it. It wm «tort. J. P. OSTERHOCT, - - BELLVILLE Chas. A. Bbjus, - - Hempstead. HEMPSTEAD: Wednesday,. March 4, 1868 OFFICE—12M St.. between Main and Wa*Sington Streets. FIRST 8UILDISG BELOW Til* MASOX1 LOIMiE. An communications and matter eon. earning the paper should be addressed to OsTMHOUT & Beman, Hempstead, as 1 he Senior Editor will continue to reside at Belleville. ■ BAND IN HAND- Down on the shining, golden beach, Watching the billows kiss the strand, Chasing the waves that mock our reach, Lottie and I go hand in hand. Summer or Winter, what care I ? Down by ibe sea, Happy are we, For hand in ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 4 March 1868

"V::. « Editorial Items Steam carriages for com GALVESTON, thy one, and the condition of our so- ciety doprtda that something be done COTTON GIN B:—Having noticed in per a favorabl# ref«j> Henry to m traction of dty« I deem it not out of the propositio generally known through the 6ame COUItTT, rBAT T * ention in turn: are driving forward and nominating their candi in ni^ni y The Brooklyn Terries have Mwifj the young and giant State m .*17.; it 1868 February, will do cnrbing the Radical CÍFFICE—12th St.. between Main 'torn Street s. R-JÍBItJWMW A Behax, Hempstead, as t Editor will continue to reside at Belleville. S> One yeár, invariably in adrance 00 tingle copie*, 10c. i 7 MTM > A Taso&8&«« % One aunare, of eight linea, $1 00 f< r the " iaaertioB, and 75e.for each coatiatf Any nnmber of lines leaa than eight " aa a square. JUteo of MontUg and Yearijf Advertising. towards majority in tioáal, rninons acts, than anything we could wish for. California, in the event ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 4 March 1868

^ - gf : IHHSP1PI aSh ¡g ' «t i #?} &w* ■ —- BBS .:£'¿"* ;J;V~ ¿f%sÉ .iWwh ;>*H;\, •nrfl -:r r '• / rw*Mr.jMüM¿s *-tí—•••- comed rf the t'¡itf. %."; 'ft.*! ' THB Ni ...ulb;«r aeconnt T.H. J.P. Z. W ¿-W J. O. ItaU .'iJOmtf J. Machemehl •• Coroner's Ofiee Vacant. mtjr Attorney , " Clerk — ...i.C..DÚtríet " Surreyor weeks ago, we sajing that it' AhtdámOO* Griffin dt Co^ and firm. 0 The engine oftwelr'e lórae-powerV and Ua feet gep¡of «neppn*. . Jt ,'waa do . tka. Washington "Iron Works, Newbnrgh, Ne'Hr York, and gaihed tlie firsLprixe kt three different irt^befeg in Orleans. WaairjM attlovejp maehin- go and'Bee if. I The null wilt be in operation In ten der* or two week% #iiiafJ^otfrtoding two hundred bnsbeln of corn daily. rpaper m - by tettei , (refarning the paper doc« not answer tba Jaw,> when a sub- scriber doe* not takei his paper from tfc«nftc0?íjmé'stnta flte reason for Ita not being taken, and.« neglect to do so stakes the postmaster responsi- regularly from thapost ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 4 March 1868

1 CT) TTQH QTSS! r . r . •••«,. . • - •• gíwÉv'j: 39 !#iíí®g|g¡¡g¡| KSttdS Uf.-e± B*sa j ¡TO 4 MMWaHnMP! ^i:JVXXÍ lilfii ÜSS2I iie# *225^ n,.ti íPr^eiia j v u as. ttr¡!: ftOCCESSOES TO W. AHRENWCK * BRO., TrMm ' ^IIQI^SAJLE AND RETAIL nKALER^ IN Sah'í. Smith stm GALVESTON, T. Griffin - J ¿jfir.rn -b:!r T«'-!b will be are iron mesóme. j *\ fc t> !T; iB KSl i uba-'úiBeriui. üifcii Ul> gUWU IlL K''i\ to Mbrcrt* to* >0 UiSMlh :0 7 aiaofiM /suo ív| jv.„ lU.Sorratt w ,said toba in aaAJ To Cook a Hcsbanp,.—J£*ny bteoe Mito éi MgeT« .W** £**•!* i™*** She's tin badffing 'oourlove, Á gift*, ^ 1*4*; U > Writ 'TwdWséjW^' tkn. of overthrow- Rule. ' . y e r* : ElYeá tke J CongrwihindieatM more sod mora elénty their ~ * * military de { fa^i^Soptod0 * candidate, Wh£ nothine «W tot a military cbu who baa had nó experience in, « he has do knowledge of, civii affair*; whoiautí^r ^firieat in «tateman- aliip: who is without fixed opinions trf aav kM * U* gn*t queatxS* which now agitate the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 11 March 1868

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 11 March 1868

«• * I Ceras Cmmirginait UXMPSTEAB, AtrSTlX COVUTT, J. p. OSTERBOOT, - Amend . Bellvillk juuuuc —BUM H. IWUI 2th St.. between Mam first bw1lms6 ¿Ete* Tint MA so 2(10 All eommuniestiont and matter con- cerning the paper should be addressed to Ostekhout ¿ "BÉttAit, Hempstead, as the Senior Editor will continue to reside 8VS891ftSWZ«SI 1 One rear, invariably in advance $3 00 ¡^i-J IT: 5T.HHCTI pitch of excitement. One organs, the Tribune, states Owrtmiiuff was defcated-by ¡dating the negroes. Employers, Greeley says, threatened the blacks ailk piuiialiuimt in diecha ging- if they voted the Radical ticket, and says that "it was a crime for which thnj shnnld >w pppitbiiili" Viiii'nlnil for what 1 'For -eJoereiejng a right which every employer claims of &n employee! If any of íhe men employ- y k few deíña- XCom^«KK:atejí.) and men who oare more for Mr j&ditcr .—I wish it was/ pOfkets' Ann thfcv do for the poweii to call four attention prone gStf, todi**de the 'Stateiáttf áll-ii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 11 March 1868

feas CmnttrpaiiL \VED:\ BS WAY .... MARCH 11, 1868. r: I ' ' CIT Y OPHRMPSTEAD officers b. AbrekbCck .....Ui.rw H. S. Efnor, Wo|. AbrqpMek...v.v...... W, B. Young...... j.J. ... iUenmt 11.11. Rankin John Taffly H. L Bankin -1.Recordar J. T Brawaiag.'. -i-City Contable W. 8. Wright ....Justice of the Peace íi. Reese Blake.-... ** ■■■ •' " T. J. McGekec...... Dept Sheriff AUSTIN COUNTY. COUNTY OFFICERS. G. W. Johnson County J ode* J Graf.. o « .aa<« 6'ouatj Commissioners K. Collins. C. H. Brossman^..'..... " * - M.Amsler *•'. H. Luhn Sheriff J. P. Osteffaont .Coautjr Attorney X. W Matthews *' Clerk JW. Goode... :Distrtet " ■ VJ. G. Hell County Treasurer J. Machemcbl •- . " Surveyor Corener'a Office Vacant. MASONS—HEMPJfre an LoixiE No. 2SI—Meets on the first Safiiráay in each month. HEStfrSTEAD cliaptfr B. A. M..NÓ 67.—Meets on the secood Monday in each month. . ODD FELLOWS.—Hempstead Lodos. No. 93.--*Meets every Friday. : Arrival asd Departure of Traiss. "-—Passenger Train for Hou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 11 March 1868

. % ■ .• jfgll '■ %kj¡0 ./"• : 1 s *• • J?7 " ^ - 5 . - ■ - : • . |.^'v:^>'^':. - i'Ui ' V ✓ V * 1 1 f f üüM -l+i WKPXE^kTt..yAKCH 11, 1868. ft.^SirS^f^ASny changar have tiieo* placet "especially with ¿he ladies. They have all of them man «k^i^ed tp cut pod niake their own g*nnertte, they can do even they can learn to cook. kiiow of jjothiag bo inconveoiant in what should be a well ordered hóuse- Lold#Ü54ha head df síúd.botssenptr Knowing hp7¡r,. the mgals should be gotten up. Every lady, married or single.ishotild khow-how <0 có¡ok, aid thus shé can teach heir servant, oí, in caá« th« latter takes "trench leave !' eWcait go into the kitchen and cook, her father's or husband** breakfast. Riding JL&hort distance uponthe «ra lately, 1 over-iheard a conversation between two ladies' apparently anat and neice. The latter seemed to'feel very happy tobe able to know boy to be ablé to mako tea—top- me dnieof the simplest things in the world. She was bar brother's young house- keep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 18 March 1868

# ¿sUZ- *h OSTERHOUT & BEMAN, Pbomirtom. DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES AND THE NEWS OF THE DAY. ESTABLISHED IN 180# VOLUME m HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH IS, 186S. NO. 44 s Ceras Cmmtrgman. BZMTSTEAD. AUSTl.V COUXTT, TEXAS j. P. ostebhovt, • t'ui. A. Brmam, - - . Belltilmc HEMnrruD. HEMPSTEAD: Wed\ksdav March 18, 1868 OFFICE— 12th St.. between Main and Washington Streets. rill ST ll'ILDIXG BELOW THE MASOSlC LODUB. All comnanieatiooi and nutter con- cerning the paper should be addressed to osteehout Sl Bemah, Hempstead, aa the Senior Editor will continue to reside at Belleville. A Parody — - The Bare " Resent* from the rabbUh by " Clifford,'' and fnroisbed to the Conrmni for pobtication- Onee upon an craiig dnnry, Whilst I pontlon d weak and wear;'. O'er the war of ttie rt-hvllion and the t biugi that were brlortj Whilat i; ' abmbed in tttBkio*. Brandy cocktail «lowly diiukinp. Presently I saw • winking, one-eyed figure at my door— Saw a one-eyed, blinking fignre standi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 18 March 1868

•V r~- $lEitrSTEAV. AOST1Ü COUXTT. OST33EOUT JLBBMAN, Prop' J. P.OSTF.rhoct, - - Chas. A. 15rmjm. - Hempstead- Wbonusday MARCH 18, 1868 OFFICE—12t/t St.. between Mark and Washington Streets. í'IítST BUlI.DING .BELOW TUB MA8QX1C i.01KÍE. * All communications and matter con- ecrrning the paper should be addressed to Osteriioct & BemaX, Hempstead, as the Senior Editor will continue to reside at BeHeville. t s^3«iaair ai> % One year, invariably in adrauce $3 00 Six months, " " " 1 75 Single copies, 10c. One square, of eight Tinos, $1 00 fi r the first insertion, mid 7óo- f«>r eucli continu- ance. Any number of lines less than eight eharged as a «ruare. i fteiies of Monthly and Yearly Advertising. 1 square.*. 'i unieres. :• squares. 4 Fquarea. ^ column, j column. I column - In) 3 ul bin iy "é's ♦¡ó" 15 5 8 121 20 7 11 !7d 25 5) j:s 30 I7.J 27 J m. 65 23 51) so 100 m 110 10li We desire it distinctly understood that we do a cash busines. A cross mark on a p;.per denotes that a su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 18 March 1868

n$ 1 Ceras tattrgnrau. Wiv rsuay, March 18, 1SGS. ClT Y OF HEMPSTEAD OFFICERS F). ! iiKKxn«« .....Mayor H. i- Eftior, - > ck...—...... > I Aluerman Wn Ahrenbeek W. ¡i. Yoa:>g--. II. I.. Kankiu \ JoJr Taffly - — < „ H. Ti Itaukin .....Ifeewtor J. 'i Browning ..City Constable W. S. Wright Justice ot tin? 1 eace ti. lieese. Blake—- k' , T. J. MeGehee Hept Sheriff AUSTIN COUNTY. couxty officers. G W Johnson XVyinty Jud«r ...County Commissioners K. Collins " ]' C«H. Brossman II. Ainsler- T H. Lnhn — — •—Sheriff j'p Osterhimt ..County Attorney v \V Matthews " ' Clerk j. AV. Guntie District " j q peii County Treasurer j". Macbemebl " ' Surveyor Coroner'*. Office Vacant. MASONS—Hempstead Loimse No. SSI.—Meets on the first Saturday in each month. Hempstead Chaptfr, Tí. A. M.,No. 67. Meets on the second Monday in each month. ODD FELLOWS.-Hf.mpsteadLoogí. No. 93i---Meets every Friday. Arrival avd Departure of Trains. —Pas ."ütji'F Traiii for Houston leaves ](empstead at HMO A.M. Ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 18 March 1868

feas taitrniMit Weosésmy Mabch 18, 1868 If you want a kiss take it There' a jolly Saxon proverb, That is pretty much like this— That a ma is half in heaven When he has a woman's kiss .* But there Vdanger in delaying— Aud the sweetness may forsako it So I tell you, bashful lover; If ytfu want a kiss, v\ hy take it Never let another fellow Steal a inarch on you in this« Never let a laughing maiden, See you spoiling for a kiss; There's a royal way to kissing. And the jolly one's who make it Have a motto that is winning— If you want a kiss, why take it. • Any fool may face a canmm: Anybody wear a crown, But a man must win a woman If he'd have her for liis own - Would you have the golden apple, You must find the tree and shake it If the thing is worth the having, And you want a kiss, why take it. Who would bum upon a desert, With a forest smiling by ? Who would give his sunny summer, For a bleak and wintry sky. Oh! I tell you there is magic, And you cannot, cannot break it, For the sweet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 March 1868

HB OSTERHOUT St BEMAN, Proprietors. DEVOTED TO PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES AND THE NEWS OF THE DAY. ESTABLISHED IN ISM VOLUME VII. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1868. NO. 45 feas Cmratrpan. UEMPSTKA . AVST1S COVXTT, TEXAS J. P. OSTERHOUT, - Cau. i. Bhman, • • Pre* • Belltille H kt0u>. HEMPSTEAD: Wednesday, March 25, 1868 OFFICE—12th St.. letwcc* Main and Washington Streett. FIRST BlilLDINS UUW THE MASOVie LODGE. All eomainnieationa and matter con- cerning the paper shoald be addressed to Osterhout St Behas, Hempstead, as the Senior Editor wiH continue to rtfside at Belleville. Be Genflo With Thy Wife- Be gentle, for you little know How many trials rise; Although to thee they may be small, To her, of giant size. Be gentle, thongli perchance that lip May «peak a murmuring tone; The heart may beat'with kindness yet, And joy to be thine own. Be gentle : weary hours of pain 'Tis woman's lot to bear; Then yield her what support thou canst, And all her sorrows share. Be gentle, for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 March 1868

!w -: áaSR^BHVaMM $ : Creas (fomttrpan. UEMfSTEAD. AUSTIN COUWTT. TEXAS OSTBBBODT 4k .BEBIAN, Prop' J. P. Ostemioct, m Cha . A. Bemaic, • - Belltou Hempstead. ==F= HEMPSTEAD : "Wednesday, March 25, 1868 OFFICE—12th St.. between Main and Washington Streets. first building be law the masonic lodge. All communications and matter con- cerning the paper should be addressed to Osterhodt & Beman, Hempstead,. as the Senior Editor will continue to reside at Belleville. One year, invariably in advance.—$3 00 Six months, " " " —1 75 Single copies, 10c. One square, of eight lines, $1 00 fi r the Irst insertion, and 75c. for each continu- ance. Any number of lines less than eight •barged as a square. Rates of Monthly and Yearly Advertising 1 square.. ■I squares. S squares. 4 squares. ¿ column. £ column. 1 column. lm_| 3m I Cm iy .... $3 $6i | $10 15 5 8 m so 25 7 1J m 9 13 2*i 30 17* 27¿ 65 85 50 80 100 27i 624 110 100 We desire it distinctly understood that we d# a cash busines. A cross mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 March 1868

D. Abrbxiíeck Ma Tor S , Wm. Ahrwsbeek ... ) W. B. Y<mrtg..-^— — {Alderman II. L. Rankin ( Joba Tufly .. \ H. L Raakin Recorder J. T Browning....City Constable W. tt. Wrjgfct Justice of the Peace 8. Reese Bláke " •- " -3T. J. McGefcee Dept Sheriff AUSTIN COUNTY. COUNTT OFFICERS. W. Johnson ... County Judge j Graf- .County Commissioners K. Collins " •' ■ c. H. Bwwsmaa .... " '• M. Aoasler T. H.Luhn Sheriff J. P. Osterhout County Attorney Z. W Matt'acvvs " Clerk J- W. Goode District " J. G. Pell County Treasurer J. Machemehl " Surveyor Coroner's Office Vacant. MASONS.—Hempstead Lodge No. 281 Meets on the first Saturday in caeh month. Hempstead Chapter, R. A. M.,No 67.—Meets on the second Monday in each mouth. ODD FELLOWS.-HempsteadLodg*. No. 93.---Meets every Friday. Arrival and Departure of Trains. —Passenger Train for Houston leaves Hempstead at 10:10 A.M. Arrives at 6 P.M. Arrive iaHouston at 1:05 Freight Train leaves at 2 P. M., and arrives at 1 P. M. Brenham Train,Passenger.do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 25 March 1868

• / fe' Ceras Cfiuntrptan. Wednbsuay, March 25, 1868. A Prophecy Written Vean Ago. Many nr.-rciu.wwEn thk first tear of the war IN a northern paper. Ere the thirteen United Shall be thrice what they are The Eagle shall be blighted By the lightning ef war. Wh-n aisty is ended, And one takes its place. « Then brothers offended Shall deal mutual disgrace. But if white remain white, And black be still black, Once more they 'll unite And bring happiness back. Whenever the cross 8tands aloft among the stars, They shall gain by their loss, And ceaso all their wars. Ladies' Column. by a lady contributor. .se- der, take off the strings pat it in s covered dish, add butter to the wa- ter sufficient to make a rich gravy over the asparagus. Be careful to lay the heads all one way. Coffee.—A simple way to make drip coffee, if you do not haveaFrench coffee pot, is to make a flannel bag in which you put your coffee, slowly adding boiling water. Any pet will do to drip the coffee into. It is richer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 April 1868

mm **■ . ■ pe • A --varV . . 4.-■ W- _ - . — - , Hs- : -* ••'. - r <k «ass OSTEBHOUT & v NEWS OF PRINCIPLES AND mi m-i ESTABLISHED IN 1350 -999- •*£ V/? - VOLUME YII. " HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL I, 1868 NO. 46 fta Cmtntrpaii. BEMF8TEAV.mA&STlX qpVXTT, TEXAS OSTBBHOUT fc: Prof'* J. P. osterhout, Chas. A. Bemax, - . Belltille Hempstead. HEMPSTEAD : Wednesday, ...... Arit-x 1, 1868. OFFICE—12th St.. between Main and Washington Streets. -first** building below the masonic lodge. All -communications and matter con-' corning the paper should be addressed to Osteruout se Beman, Hempstead, as the Senior Editor will continue to reside at Belleville. Ltag Tears Ago- All for a. pretty girlish facc, Two cheeks of rosy hue, Two laughing lips of vermeil tiiit, Xni eyés nt teavontt Múe. - * All for & little dimpled chin, A round throat snowy fair,* A darling mouth to dream upop, . And glorious golden hair. ; - i All for a tender coning voice, And gentle fluttering sighs: Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 April 1868

COUNTRYMAN OFFICE •a GALVESTON. COTTON GIS S.^j HEMPSTEAD, AU8T1Z COUXTT, J. P. OsTJtt (J HA . A. Bkmas r , , t£ev can W ' £.?rth % 4 'Ú&S?. 'V-"Í1 r }' RjitV ; tt-?. > M.- K.'- •> w : -V • .. WüD^BSDAT, Aru L 1, 1868. -■ ■ ' — ■" 1 OFFICE—12t!i St.. between Mai TBI lUSOAe LODGE. Ail communications sad matter ton cerniogtbe p.. per slwuld be addressed to Osterhout & Bemax, Hempstead, as the Senior Editor will coatinue to reside mand to successfully combat, chuckle of the jubiliatic Bads, when they thought they had things their ova way, Las changed o absolute si- lence, or the "shooing it on" is done iu so quiet a manner that it shows all enthusiasm to have died cut "of it. They 5nd thr'y have got to go before the cation as a pavi£ resolving,- in party bl;*iduess, to Vid themselves of an obnoxious opponent. They know One year, invariably in advance—$3 00 hat their alleged "high Climes and w_ «. " ia a place o- j i ¡nee in Ansiín Couuíy, generally. I DCS interesting e be...

Publication Title: Texas Countryman, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 April 1868

_ . pi - ;^£í',-:áí¡+j*> < ¡it" •••>«! . ggg^faa^^u. ' r " ii -yr DICKINSON & CLAY TON, The President Jn l *s vetó of the *ttíc'k b:' V'.eo- •>'«*t 5 tbe jp> :«}5c- - ® --•' ; aays t-ie Sd- «W • S3m piy sn or evade its ge par- atínuFsioa w&iéh iía judgment foros'""" ed.I M -.- Itts&yGI n mttke ¡i OOtJKTV-.. .—. 6.W- *•<* * -v4- v ^ ;: M.Aifljter l'ut* PrtllM, - EeteraWe _ '> BBBWBpWI 1 thát decisive meas- g^* Domos'.: u S through M«. '«¡srs. J alt p.íi. 4 of Europep The Great P/cnn* i'-ii iS foyass AU Others í „ -áled by t'ifrCabt- !~on to .Thomas, aud the '4fb day of I ofii-r jh© public n «■lass, of Pifuic < wli><?b. in vtn-limttnsLio. *í«ste 1 tlieoiy is that reralit- will be adopted flee -1 Ing y ox Wj>", and eveiy member will he mj vifidto rec ogiv-.e is-ti rsaech. was in J. P. Osk-rfcwit— Z. J' W. Goode J. O.-Hell — J MASONS- -H SSI—Meet* on ibe fir month. _ HEMPSTEAD C 67.—Meets ou the sec month. ana BI AVE- Rueler SHOES. HAT.- Coun...

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