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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 1 April 1868

M M _ i - . * / rl?' i' .. ■• ;• , - S fas CmmirpaH. way, april 1, 1868. Ladies' Pact.—A young woman was sent by the milkman to a family, which ho supplied, to see It lie could a simation. Her family was and she needed it The family to which he sent her was small aad Usefulness in Birds.—Farmer?, do^ • not allow your boys to shoot the birds. It is a well known fact that insects f*nT..iin. are the faVwite food ot nifost kinds of V , birds, particularly of the smaller kind. • ' And to encourage the increa^pf the feathered tribe by all possibwfaeaiis would doubtless result in a very con- siderable advantage to the agricultu- ralrist. Immense numbers'of these useful little Warblers are anually des- troyed through mere wantonness and cruelty, while the rarmer is contin- highly respectable, and the wife and «■ti ,m bMP .he ravag*. of hut added cares and responsibilities •' ., . .. , r , ^ induced her to want assistance. When the young mistress came, •he proposed to do chamber work glone (...

Publication Title: Texas Countryman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 April 1868

- . f¡ * * «c • m V ' « OSTERHOUT &. BEMAN, Pbofbibtobs. DEVOTED TO PBOGSESSIV^ PRINCIPLES AND THE NEWS OF THE DAT. ESTABLISHED IN ISo *'■ 4* T volume VII. HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS,' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1868. NO. 47 feas Cmmtrpait. HEMPSTEAD,AUSTIX COVXTT. TEXAS J. P. OSTERIIOCT, - CHAS. A. BFMAN, - - BEBIAN, Pnf , Bellvillk Hempstead. HEMPSTE-AD: Wednesday, Are l 8, 1868. OFFICE—J3fA St.. ¿etwee* Main and Washington Streets. FIRST BIILDIXO BELOW THE UISOSIC LODGE. • ,A11 communications and matter . con- cerning the jtoper sheafd bo addressed to JDsterhout. Sí Hempstead,-" as the Senior Editor will continae to reside at Belleville. The Son of Love. A little brown seed, "* Very ngly indeed. Lay asleep in the cold wet ground; And the bleak wind3 blew. And the dead leaves flew To earth n i ta a rustling sound. And all winter long The tempest its song. Sounded dismally o'er it3 bed , Hut the slamb'ring seed Gave it no more heed Thrtu if it were utterly dead. But the April came, And the wind...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 April 1868

ri"*-VSi r - , !* - . : «¿ÍPK a . L 8, 1868. Main Streets, TUB MASONIC and natter coo •fiftldbe addressed to , Hébrpatoad, as Cffiitinne to reside «BI adTaace.--.f3 00 " .... 1 75 , of eight linea, él 00 h r ndt75e. fur eaeh contina. of lines teas than eight jy JUte sf MmtíUg and YsarimAdvertising ft ■ ■- * Mr*. "Stonewall" Jackson liaa re- ceived 915,000 from tli* sale of die the eld five States there are not eoeogh colored votes to con!rol a or tow ; yet, while memoir of "Light Horse Harry.1' vft.. General Lee has completed the manuscript of his long-meditated The Tribnne says, clitorl.-ülj: |r>v« ffé have ¿ftiranc^lf ni W«gy%ñ8oJféw&: too, tuat (Jen- Grant finds it nrtju- consistent with his duty as a seedier, to atinoance it as his opiuion^thaffbe only hope for the peace of We couu- We desire it distinctly understood that da a eaah businea. A cross mark on a paperderfMestltata subscriber's time has The following persons are anthoried for "The Cow^ryman,"' snd to i and j r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 April 1868

v ScF? r% ■P ■ yt f L < *• I % I '■'" * r. 4' ri feas wimt.\ksuay, . ¿. i.. apsil 8, 1868. CrrF OP HEMPSTEAD OFFICE . S JL>. AH i* "K fici K ~ ■••• Ú& y oi H. 8. Et'aor, Win. \hreilbeek ^ .... W. B Jfótiag „.v. ^ A ¡decaes Tinr next inane we will give our read- - . . "V, 4115 i t ftfl At thin late hour itjs frnpeásible Yo give anytiring like a correct or f«r tended rej>ort of this truly brill affair. SuiEve it to aay tbü tlie ta- pectations of-the mo^'gmigtiiiie wpre more than r -aj¿2éd. - In every par- ticnlar 4í~ was a " suceres." La ii. l. . Runkin John'faffly H. L -Rankin i 1-Heeordar It Browning —City Constable W 8. Wright ....Justice of the Peace 8. Reese Blake " •'* ** T./. McGebtw . Dept Sheriff . austin county. ■ euCSTT OFFICERS. V G.W. Johnson County Jpdse j Graf. County Commissioners K.Cóllins... ■C. H. Brossoian M. Wler " * Fritz Palm,.". ----- Sheriff J. P. Owerheut County Attorney Z. W Matthews...... " Clerk J- W. Goods. .. District 'J. G. Pell .County Irt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 8 April 1868

jÉn IS? 1 * -,-ír -- * WHO HÁS CONTENTMENT f . r ~ • - , • '■ * *X\M ♦ ¡X St ¥ u £ H : . I|K- ? £■ T PR 8fc' r*--' L>> -'fe: * -i* #■ " *5 S Ml . WUN ESMT,.....« Atiil Í W®" moat be apaH; y«m, yon moat be tall; to yM,yo« matte low; yea, jrM*ra we you're «poor «If; If ««body's fatten"*? . 7°«'T® yourself; If ^oho^eekwtflí jm 7««'n eku^; If uebady* hatedyoe, •! ▼*• If «otoiy's alfei ye« iMto yowr £ "■ Bone body's wished for y oat back in Xti V aobodjr'a called yea a tyrant Somebody's thiaks yoa of spiritless mould • If Mbedykaewa of} oar fault* bat a friend, Nobody will muí them at the world* end : If ■ofcodjrelinga to year parse like a fawn, Nobod'll ran fike e hoaud when it's gone. If nobody's eaten kit bread from your . «tore, Nobody'U eeltjou a miserly bore; If nobody' slandered you—hereisomrpen, Sign youraelf "Nobody," quick w yon can. Next in absurdity to tbe nitroglycerine it that which canted the "divine 8tanto*" a reare of alarming proportions. Thesttry is told in this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 April 1868

sisyu^ $& $ifc ■ w, h C- <*■ i :, .' ■: ■■ • ,."':.V ;-&■ >c_ " :vsm 9SS ■ÉÉ *"-y DÉVOTED TO PEOGBE8STVE PBIBCIPLBS AM} THE NEWS OP THE DAT. volume til HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1868. Ceras C OSTERHOUT & BEMAN, PROPRIETORS. J. P. OSTEEHOtTT. CHA& A. SEVAN... .. - tklt.v ií«lt!. ..HtSMPSTEAJ>. office—oir ink, bztiteen haix asd wa shi ho tow streets, fth8t build- iso below the masujflc lodge. ▲U communication* ami matter con- cerning the paper should be addressed to Osterbout & Bemas, Hempstead, aa the Senior Editor win continue to reside at Bellerille. HEMPSTEAD: Wednesday ...... Ai*r í!. 22,1868. Aa Old Man's Dream. Ob, for one hour of youthful.joy! Give back my twentieth'spring, I'd rather laugh a bright-haired boy, Th m reign a gray haired king. Off with the wrinkled spoil* of age; Away with learning's crown; Tear out life's wisdom written page, And tear its trophies down. One moment let my life-blood stream From boyhood's fount of flauie!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 April 1868

' . ■- • ' - — I . >v- v- i SHitorial Items 0 startling QKhix article Radie NELSONVILLE, April 1 Mofm Editors .-—Since mer epistle, nothing of very or kmsmI importance has. ten rtnertha j. p. ostekhodt chas.'a. bema5t. omcE—oit isa, bwtwkkk uam ash VTASHIHQTOX W. Bmmiar KAitnr a€ÍZmT win oontinae to reside One y Mr, invariably ii Sii months, " Singla copie*, 10c. in advance... • .... 1 One sqmre, of eight linea, $1 00 ft r the Jrat insertion, and 75c. fur emeh i number of tinea leas as a square. R<U*t tf MonUUf axd Ytmrif Advertising. ytVL"W* lm ¿3* 3m "¿gi 6m £10 ijr 15 8 squares. 3 squares . 4 squares. J column. 4 column.' 1 column. 5 7 9 S' 27J 8 11 13 50 684 2*4 424 80 no 20 25 30 65 100 100 We desire it distinctly understood that vrc do a cash businee. A cross murk on a paper denotes that a subscriber's time has expired. The following agents for "The receive subscriptions recent John it for Iids are authoried ntnrman,*' and to and advertising,for r moneys due ta office: Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 22 April 1868

v •' • . •?- ía •* • ? '. ... V- , , "Wá ' W. J* * M &* I r. i-. fes «" LV AMIL2S, 1868. COLUMN of the N. O BepüfeEcan.] ík «> item of iotelligeoe* of It Um lady readers of the Repob- : should be without delay appris- Mothior of mom importance has rred in the realm of fashion since the edict was issued that compelled aU street dresses to bo car tailed, and gave to mankind hitherto unknown opportunities for tke-etudy of the un- derstanding? of the weaker sex. That mysterious and potent oracle which speaks from the penetralia of fashion's temple, and'whose decrees are obey- 1 with zealous promptitude in eveiy iviliud and christianized country un- der heaven, has now ordained that crinoline is to be worn no moro. In its stead is to be assumed what a caré- ill informed observer might tobe our old acquaintance, i bustle," but, which unexception- al authority enables me to state is really a "panier." Let not the be- wildered reader search in Webster'B unabridged for a definition of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 April 1868

vi /. t' yj *' f.-.«>S'dt ifrswr lídO. OE THE DAY> *£* ABRIL 29, OBTBRHIfUT át PROPRIETORS. •«íÉ¿éí¿=c /.vo BXCOW the MASONIC LODGE- : AH communications and matter coo- •erningtbe paper should 1m address edto OsTDtaoCT * BUM, Hempstead, a* tWSenior Editor will continue to at Belleville. HEMP&TÍAD: ASBIS OP tlOBT a country "meeting/,' where be took down t be difewnt- toj^ oi conrof- satipn, * follows: * ^ imeda political aspirant indidgnantly, "I'd as soon-vote for Wm. Lloya .Saijisoi^ himself, loaded down as fe# wfe! " Two of the fattest; j^f, crttters yon ever get joy?. eyes °n " inter- rupted a dealer in cattle, "ft* « the inch Fold np the gorgeous silken aun, By bleeding martyn blest. And heap tlie kareb it has won Above its plaeeiof rest. lío trumpet's note need harshly blare— No drum funeral roll— Nor trailing sables drape the bier That fives a dauntless soul! • It lived with Lee, and decked hi* brew From Fate's empyreal Palni: It sleeps the sleep < f Jackson now— ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 April 1868

' • • " -í -" - ' . •. • - ¿W ■>UT &■ PROPRIETORS. April. m m annications and matter eon- ■ should to addressed to OsTEBBOtrr & Bemak, Hempstead, as 1 tie to New York last i seat to the County Coast, mob at BcfifiSt, tp y will take any stock in the bridge ¿J hundred balea proposes to bnild over th« Brazos^at of cofton in Ala l.el7 tfhat on the Conquered and foreve nns,whetli i bad followwS that victorious flag, the THEM I <n|tt scooped and shallow grave, and abed Ope j ear, invariably in advance $3 00 SúbfbcntiM. " " Í 7$ tingle copies, 10c. ; «1 00 kt the Í 75c. for each contiim- Any number of lines les than eight eMtgod as a sqtinre. Affél tf Monthly and Yearly Advertising. m Crosse Denittetaf last year w«* about ,000. _ Good batter is now worth from six- ty .to seventy-fir* cents a pound .in Galveston. In New Orleans the majority res. | ceinmn? lvp«iuran important measares ever projected f( the benefit of Hempstead, and will do «naso for tj* cityjtii tfeonsand dolía...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 April 1868

If ^ ■ l. V~. ' - .-■ . -> ^ liÉltóís Wedn Nelaouvil-fi on ?■< CITY W.B ti 'f /.iii AaJSTIN COU5TY OF . ff Jadee Oiwtjr Commissioners e. h. M. Anwler......'. "County j.p zrw J- "W. Goode. .District J- G- Bell County Treasurer SJ£5?3w-l"*v"v " &,rTe>or toiynerlOmee vacant. ■ ?- j* MA SOX S.—TIkmpstea1j Lodge No. •Sdl—Meet* ou the first Saturday in each month. i. • Hkmtstead Ciiaptfr, K. A. M.,Xo. G7—Meet* on the second Monday in each mouth. ODD FKLLOWS-HiCwrsTEAD lODGi. Xo. 93.---Meet« every Friday. AnRIVAI. Aijp DEPARTIRE OP TrAIVS. --Passenger Tniitt fol Houston leaves Hempstead at ItUO A. M. Arrives at 6 P.M. ArrivesinHouston at 1:05 Frdgh Train leaves at 2 P. M., and arrives at 1 P • M. Breuhani Train, Passenger, down arr ives at Hempstead at lOo'elpek. UpTrnmleavce Hempstead at 6:05. Hail closes half an hour before arrival •ad departure of train*. Mails for Bellville leave. Hempstead •very Wednesday and Saturday at f>:3u P.M. Mr.KTISRS.OF THE HEMPOTEAD B.liU . —f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 29 April 1868

'* ' . - - • * ÍM-*- v srlp ; • ■ ■ ■ J: F^.# V wotider is it « cetBéleás i tacksof American character 1 ING 600'>S. GALVESTON. i>, A ¡18AXGK A BocaoBT.—We 'gto &*ér wgt l«r gardening article, the*a«esto-be used tof cut* flowers. "H* ;* a timely I it 01 advice «B to the arrang«ment of the-flowers tljemeilves^timely in a moatli when the hmnblest room est have its glass of roses :— FloWwe may be arranged either ac- cording ¿o fb«j hannony or the con- Uast of,colors. Red harmonizes to orange orange to y «llorar, violet to red, indigo to violet, blue to indigo, and green to bine. Green Is tbe con- trast to red, sky-bine to orange, yel- jow to violet, blue to orange-red, in- digo to orange-yellow, and violet to bluish-green. To fiad the contrast to any flower, éní a small circular pie IronMrae of its petals, and place it uppn white paper ; look at it steadily with one #ye "for a few seconds, with- out allowing the eye-lid to close* then look from the colored circle to another p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 6 May 1868

¥-^y^ Jmsj *§£ÍS 'i< i. Í - -■ 3*&¿S ^v- ÍÍ/2&. DETOTEt) TO i*ftOGBESSIVE PttIXClPLE$ AND THE SEWS* OF THE DAY. Established in isgo ■' ; 41., ivo. I. VOtBMB TIH. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 186S The Art of Printing FROSTIER SKETCH. liEtiLVII.I.E. orricE—o.v im, MTrrn main akd «•ruing tU paper sheeM be addressed to OnnoocT ft Bous, u the Senior Editor Will MntinM to resido •t mUoTiUe. WRDXKSPAV MAY 6, 1868. %Mrg.-8 * - ■ - . .. ■——— Mnroh Winds. Listen, Kitty, my darling! Here tor tOTe fireside bright— Do you know what the winds are saying. Abroad in the gusty night; Moaning under the windows, I.ike the voice of a ehii I that grieves— Making the ■•ailes shiver, And creak : the cottage eaves ? l.i.«ten, Kitty, my darling! The winds an- ringing a song Of i he Spring that u softly stealing Fren sunnier lands along. The snowdrops *n.i'e as tbey hear it, A smile for the Spring's sweet sake; A ud tli« shy little violets «Hipper: " We hear! we are broad awake!" No matter, Kitty, my ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 6 May 1868

mm m Zf&fe-', vi*.. Bslfeife eP«s '-■ ■ - > r I ■]é United otates'; i fact that ti to tl.e p« together anil the tia , in connect! X. V. OSTEKIIOUT. CHAS. A. BEMAX HEM THE itASOyiC LODGE- All communications and matter con-. «•pfMiogtlie jÁípér " 05TKÍIUOLT &. B::max, Hempstead, as t be ¡senior Editor w ill continue to reside a i Belleville. ¿ ^ - One year, invariably in ad' Sil months, " Mingle copie , lOe. .f3 00 J 75 AaTaaaasa i One square, of eight Imei, 1fl 00 fi r the Unit insertion, and 75c. for each eontiim- • ree* Any number of lines leu Uian eight charged as a square. fates #/ Monthly mint 'Yearly Adetrútiug lui 3 ui - 6m ly ... .... , soy 15 5 8 r ¡ti 2<; 7 If m 2T, 9 13 2sfé i m 874J . m C5 25 50 8U ItRt 27¿ rCííi 110 ion 1 eqmire.. t squares. 3 squares. 4 square*. i column. ^ column. 1 column. We desire it distinctly ifnderstood that wo do a cash bnsines. A cross mark on a paper denotes tkH a subscriber's ti ma ltas •«xpircil. The following persons are autho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 6 May 1868

¡?v:. ti I; fig- I > P ®; i. 1L ■ f ffl K ü L IT y of B OFFK(E.iS I . Aiibexbeck llayur W. D. Yonrf.i v.;-., < Alderman JI. L. Rankm-..- * Juliu Jullly i U I; Rankih Recorder J. T Browning... Cit) Constable XV. S. Wright .... Justice of the lee ce B. Keen 15 lake " ' M. T. J. lleGehee Dept Sheriff 41 AUSTIN' COUNTY. J . fOBStr OFFICE* . 6. W. Johnson - — Countjr Jndce j Graf. .".¿LCuHafy -Commissioners K. Collin V. 11. Brwnsman " '* II. Anís ler... - " " " Fritz Pulla,' Shertu J. 1'. Osterhout - ..County Attorney Z. W Matthews * v Clerk 4- W. Goode.....: District " J. G. r-cil Cwinty Treasurer J. Machemehl.... " Surveyor l'aroner'a Office Vucant.. small, piv- iitnce. JL1SOXS ITkmpstbad Lodge Nó. 2d I.—Meet on the first Saturday in each month. Hrmpsteai CIUITIK, R. A. 67.—Meets ou the seeond Monday iu each niuiit)i. * _____ ODD FKl^LOWS.-llEMrsTEAULoDUr. No. a:>.-'-Mects every Friday. Arrival ax 1>eparti ri5 of Trains. .passenge'r Train fár Houston leaves Hempstead at III...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 6 May 1868

they are"anything tot becoming. ««Not only the young and the «ylph-lilw," says tliia writer, "bat the middle-aged and the stout sport panniers, the latter rendering themselves absolutely lidie- olotfaiu n coadune which require* to be worn with all the grace and ease for which her Majarty is so dis- tinguished to render it presentable." They may soon be expected in New York. )f they do come in fashion U will be absolutely .necessary to widen some of our streets, to do away with pew-doors, to provide wider means of egprees from our places of public resort, and to patrouize the open barouclies. m any novelist has young girl, the daugh- er of wealthy parents, was educated at * the seminaries in Oxford, and the intention of her parents that she should make a match that would give her a high position in the world. Si , however, fell in love witha young fan r who was quite poor. T ie par ents forbade her having any- thing to say.to him, but they managed to exchange letters through the assi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 13 May 1868

J' *ííi.>B- a6 V .\vV-4\w a." t .-•-.sfcsi.t'iitt y *Í'¿Í-* - sva W *<v é&mm Ml AS THÉ KfeWS ÓF THfcD^Y :<¡M m&ázsmeiU ~2M&m SPAY,' «AY m t-—. ■«. ■ Rules for Health, t Tbe Rebét TrtaL Battle- m the amok storm and aback of battles, un- to victory «^defeat, calm, totmoVablr, Justics sits on her throne, and, in her é$é% right m*&ái at Wornally f is grander " the de- it, bet we the court ~ which tru find -jfc frith t :*SW , void-of bigotry and prejudice. Mixed Up. S% Witktf fta£3jK octrines of our Faitb, ara aa with Annie . tuttomockiBgUri, _ eo ttsgs Vy th «*• bay ui&ra can't Iw best, liile coming throngh the mi kin him for hit mother, the «i'uler to the fly. „ «d «irisad poor old Ned, •well oar astioaM tt thee this hsiul oí mine— .. : Bat take your tin**, Mis* Lob*. I'm lonely jnce my mottei disd-- Hn nrn*t l dóu't you cry • \KVie aQ mwiiog through the worW, Thearoot fc* « die, Hsrh! I hear s*sn^>Wf- Aod ds4dy ha s strneh iie! We're coming, Fattar Abra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 13 May 1868

Coras Oumitrpa PROPRIETORS. light til at sinnia Duróos Macdala, A i. 9. 03t*im0rT.... B CUAS. A. UtMAH.. ~ .*..11 fc# pie applaud Senators for duct ia this respect 1 renowned Has been ¡t.ur a yo T BVILD- .u K I l.r 'Jt mm I mm }fk *5 : y it- \¡ -a Editor will continue to reside **££. , invariably iu advance.... $3 00 ' Six month*, " "r " J 75 8ia«lo topics, 10c. wfairatassMi One square, of eight lines, $ I DO fi r the first insertion, and 75c. for each continu- ;«Doa. -Auy wunber of Enea lew than eight charged as asonare. R'ite •/ Monthly gjid Yearly Advertising. Tin u- ses. 1 square.. 2 squares. 3 squares." 4 square*. 4 column. \ column. 1 cdnmn. $3 5 7 9 174 25 871 3iu $6.1 « J1 13 9 G¿i Cm fíÓ m 174 5 4 80 11(1 iy *15 20 25 3D 65 iixr 100 We desire it distinctly undsr.-itood that we do a eash busmes. A cross mark on a osperdu notes that a subscriber's time has expired. Tho following person• are author ied s^eut* fir "The Country man,' ' and to receive -mb-wriptious audadvertising...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 13 May 1868

i-¡f- - es HiSCE GINS. M ti. L. ttltllkiUr.,. JehuTiiflly..*. . \V. 8. Wright Justice of the Peace *. Kerte BUm.... " .. ' • T. J. McGehec .T..Pef* Skenff AUSTIN COUNTY. cocsTr «ri-icEHí. O.W."j* bnion Conner Judge J Graf. ^.-Cuuuty g.omniwsiaiier il.H. ItronsDUB.—..... " M^AiiWlcv.. " * Fntz Palm, Sheirff J. 1'. Osterhout........Couuty Attorney Z. W Matthew* •> Clerk J-W. Goode ........ District " J. O. Hell ...........County 'treasurer J. Maehemehf " Surveyor Coruuer's Office Vacant. MASONS—Hempstead Louse No. 881—.Mcct«ou {he first Saturday in mich uaoiAh. Hempstead Chapter, R. Ai M.,No. 6J-Meet on the second Monday In each uinotb. __ ODD FELLOWS—HEMfrSTEADLODGr. No. iM.--Mects every Friday. Arrival axd Departure of TraissI —Passenger Train for Houston leaves •Hempstead at lit. 10 A.M. Arrives at 0 1'. it. Arrives in HnustAq at 1:05 Freie h Train leaves at2 P. M., and arrives at 1 • 1'- ■ M. lirenhain Train. Pas sender, down arrive* t Heini;ateadat lOo'cluck. UpTraiuleave? Hem...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Countryman — 13 May 1868

' mi *+:s: ¿¡¿aa 1 , 1868. í: ■ be afraU .gootljwoplo! _ carpet ; and a'beatty laugh shake old ecbwfba to ruin your kit tliém think that «II mirtfa most be left on "without, when they HI-' •**a _ 4 place to Ind sleep !n,"tb« work is degradation. Young : bare tun and relaxation ; if they don't find it at tbcir own firesides, it will be sought at ether and perhaps lesa profitable places. Therefore, let the fire burn kJ-L4l- stead & Í' at night «id make the home- eligltlfhl with all those Httle arts that parents so perfectly nnder- siand. Fkbnch Stewed Las .—Cut a kjinor U* of lamb Into chops, and paxe of the skin and nearly all the fat. Season them lightly with pow- dered mac , grated lemon peel, cayenne pepper and salt, and pnt them into a stewpan with only euoagh water to cover them, and a far bits of butter rolled in flour. Let fc simmer slowly from an hour and a half to two hours, lamo should be thoroughly cooked, but not too mnch done. Have ready a quart of green topa of aspa...

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