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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 25 March 1875

Prrati «al flxntet. Thursday, Mar. 25, 1875. 8. LEE KYLE, EDITOR grawges- Orange* have lionn o*tiibli*ho<l nil nr*r our cnnnlr— at leant so we learn from *tiwt rumor. W« «hall he nleawvl to pnbli*h at any time art Wile* detailing the or<r*nix*tion of Orange*, or anv matter* of agriciiUn- ral imnnrt. which mav by their law* bo permitted to be told to the onhii) worM. We wonld *ngge«t to them that the experience of practical farmer* in the cultivation of onr staple crop* wool ! be of great henoflt to the eom- winnitv generally, an I e*neeially so to immigrant* nettling with n*. . ; ¡, M0VKKW Tie paaayi of a bill bv the legislature requiring an eloetion to be hold on the flr*t Monday in Aii<jn«t, at whi<;h tho people rote "for, or agal n t a Conven tion,«* and at the samo ti'no for Dole- fates, M now known to tho pcoplo of It .is presnmod that the majority will lavor the convention, the nccc**ity for a change of organic law being patent to «II. Oue gronnd urged against it, ...

Publication Title: Herald And Planter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 25 March 1875

* a Ü - *4 ' gpttaM and fiante. LOCALS. gST Mr. Simon Levy, of the firm of A. k & Levy. Victoria, Texas, has been ■pending several months in the dry- goods markets of the east, and has made •xtenuve^parebases of Spring and Sum- mer goods. These are arriving daily by every Steamer trom New Orleans, New York, Philadelphia 'and Boston. The pleasant days of the year are npon us— all nature is clothing itself in a mantle ' of Beauty. Take the hint, ladies and gentlemen—nature wont clothe you, bat A. AS. Levy wiH. Strumuos or Scrofulous affections are the curse, the blight, the potato rot of mankind. They are vile and filthy as well as fatal. They arise from contam- ination and impurity of the blood, and •re to be sure all around us everywhere. Orte qusrter of all we-meet jare tainted wjth them and one «raat&r of these, die of them; áie foolishly too t •fcause they, Me curable. Ayers 3arsaparsilla cleanses the Scrofula corruption from the blood, renders it pare and healthy, and ef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 25 March 1875

be copper GENERAL BREVITIES. Mori than p million twenty-frartc _ pieces bave lately been coined In Paris. Tub obsequies of Senator Sumner cost the State of Massachusetts $10,227.00. Michigan now proposes to put a por- tion of her convicts to work in tin mines. Corns of the two first editions of " Par- adise IxJst" are owned by a Chicago col- lector, who paid $300 for them. Tiierk is a child In Sumter County, Ga., by the name of Lee Batt, who has four grand parents and four great-grand par- ents, all living. Tumis years ago ten thousand falmon trou' were placed In Onondaga Lake, New York, and lately several have been caught weighing as high as two pounds. Thk ratio of salcide to the population In the United States, for the period covered br the last decennial census. Is 25 to 100,- 000 among males, and 3 to 100,000 among females. The new oil basin recently found in Des Moines, Iowa, comprises an area of six miles in length and four miles in breadth. It is thought that oil in paying q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 1 April 1875

-W ■ I I ! m T vwY A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ABT, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THIS ENCOURAGEMENT OP IMMIGRATION. VOLUME III. HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1875. NUMBER 36. POPPING CORN. And there (hey aat a popping corn, John Stiles and Suaan Cutter; John Stile* as flit as any ox, And Susan, lat as batter. And there they sat, and Bhelled the corn, And raked and stirred the Are, And talked of different kinds of ears, And hitched their chairs up nigher. Then Susan, she the popper shook, Then John he shook the popper, Till both their laces grew as red As sauoe-pans made ol copper. And then they shelled, and popped, and ate, All kinds of fun a-poking, And he haw-hawed at her remarks, And she laughed at his poking. , ami And shook and shook the popper, n .U-- It struck eleven—Chen strucic twelve, And «till no qlgn of stopping. An&John he ate, and Susan thought— The corn did pop and patter; Till John cried out, ' 'The corn's a flrel Why, Susan,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 1 April 1875

f\ttM ami flirnte*. Thursday, April 1, 187 5. 8. LEE KYLE. . • • EDITOR EX m ACTS w. FROM LETTER H- SINCLAIR- OF •Galveston, Murcli IB, 1875. Sir! Yort #« a joiirniiH<t Itii'iw that tlio pe- miltios iin|mscJ by tlio U. S. Roveniic Laws aro Vory *ovor« iinJ rijrldly nnf tto 1, mi I of- ten great injustice in il-mo ; for tlia 1 i<v bind- ing both Col!oi:bir and Taxpayer alike i* iitexnrabio My object ill wri irijf to you in to appeal ti every taxpayer to PAY IN T15Ítí, au l tliureby avolil the inevitable i«c- nultie* and pnwocation ilmt mrely follow. I believe that llitjo tenths of the violations ofthoU. S. lie von no 1 twa aro without frauil- nlent intent orpurpnxo to evade the payment of'the tuxex imponed by law, but rathur through ignoranco or oarelosMiiosn; neither of which plea are good when called to an- swer for tliovfiiutinn. Every taxpayer who fa in default at all, who doe* business one hour without first having paid tlie apeciul tax therefor is in violation of the itov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 1 April 1875

i f wh! sfc! se* mmmmm feralá and fiante. x.o o al8. Hard times Don't affeot low prices, at our store. We propose to sell eren lower thito ever if we hare to live on saw dust and oorn oobs. Call and see us at Victoria, Tex. A. & 8. Levy. Strumuos or Scrofulous affections sre the curse, the blight, the potato rot of mankind. Thoy are vile and filthy as well as fatal. They arise from contam {nation and impurity of the blood, and are to be sure all around us everywhere, One quarter of all we moot are tainted witlrthem and one quarter of these die of them; die f&ohshly too because they are curable. Ayera Sarsaparsilla cleanses the Scrofula corruption from 4b e blood, renders it pure and healthy, and effect- ually expurgates the system. No longer groad under your Scrofulous disorders, since the learned Ayer has provided bis virtoes that he calta Sarsaparilla.—Montgomery )Ala.) Advertiser. ' ■Q^ihq to hard times and the scar- city of money, I will at present sell "Right '' to make...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 1 April 1875

GENERAL BREVITIES. A separate prison for women, with a reformatory for girls, has been establinh- ed at Indianapolis, Ind. Switzerland has a cremation society. When the Urst meeting is held all the members will doubtless be ready to go to Berne. The town ef Collins, in Western New York, has elected local officers on a ticket beaded "No more railroad bonds." A tin of beer, which had been prepared for the soldiers in the Crimea in 1850, was recently opened In England, and it con- tents found perfoctly sound and whole- some. The Supreme Court of Illinois has de- cided that a railroad company cannot be held responsible for baggage left uncalled for by the owner. Donald McKay and the Warm Spring Indians, who have been wandering in New England, are now fed,and lodged as paupers Tn Fitchburg, Mass " Lamb's wool" was once a famous li- quor with the common people of the South. It was made of ale and roasted apples, the pulp of the apples being work' ed up with the ale till the whole drank sm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 15 April 1875

ÜMI 1 >fm M 1 _ i W:- A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OP IMMIGRATION. VOLUME III. HALLETSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1875. NUMBER 38. LOVE AND LEXICONS. AN INCIDENT OF TIIE SPELLING CRUSADE. CANTO I.—SHE. •' She lived on Calumet Avenue, . Her hair was golden, her eyes were blue, And full as sweet as lier sunny smile Was the faot that her tUther had made his pile. This maiden had learned at Vassar store Of fashionable linguistic lore, Sronuh, German, Italian, all she knew, nd still she was posted in English too, is not tile fashion nowadays Pith girls from Vassar or Chegaray's; (oroign tongues, Their own they manage to forget. They don't quite learn foreig but yet CANTO II —HE. lie—for a Htory must luive a He- Was the social antipodes of '' She." Merrily did he the counter leap And h¿ wrestled his hash at a boarding-house cheap. was self-made. As a cash-boy 1 jd to spell out the dodgers—''" Hi beaper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 15 April 1875

prraM aná fiante*. Thursday, April 15, 1875. 8. LEE KYLE. • W I it not about EDITOR time for turne of the candidates for Assessor and Collector to be cominx forward ? Tut your numen before tlie poople. Who wiuifn to iiwi'st in mill ing a now Constitution for tlio grout State of Texas '( Don't all spculc at once. JtJT" On Friday, 30th of April, 1 lie school of I'rof. Alliii at Moiiltoii will coir, brate May day by a basket dinner and a Concert al night. M. V. Kiunixon K-<q., of HalleUvillo, will bo present and doliver an uildress. The people of ifalletxville ami the surrniiadinjj country are invited to be present. A pleasant timo in anticipated jfy War with Mexico would donbl- Ichh bo a very popular thing in Westeru Texa.1. We know n 1 feel tho um.uiit of our own wrongs and Bufferings. But do wo wish tin war under the present administra- tion ? And had wo not better Jjear our sorrow* a little longer than to pefMit Oen. Grant to consolidate hU power with a large army amid the flush...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 15 April 1875

SgttaU «ni fiante LOCALS. Owimo to hard times and the scar city of money, I will at present sell "Right '' to make my patent lenoe at half prioe, ($2 00 a mile.) A Bight if properly used by farmers who are scarce of timber will pay more than 1,000 per oent. Righti aan be obtained at the offioe of the Herald & Planter, of V. Ellis Esq, and of the subscriber. t A specimen of this fenoe can be seen at the residenoe of Mr. V. Ellis, Halletsville, or on the farm of R. H. MoGINTY, near Moulton, Lavaca County, Texas. Postponement of Rbal Estate Dbawino.- THE -Owinf Texas to the invariable custom of postponing drawings, the public will not believe they will take plaoe until the expected postponement tabes place. Although liberally patronized, we nave not disposed of quite all the tickets. Owing to the above cause together with the unprecedented rains aud floods throughout the entire South, as well as Texas, and as we are determined tehave a full drawing, there- by insuring perfeot satis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 15 April 1875

U r MEXICAN BAIDERS. The Srirut Outrage at IVu.ee., T«m- An ladlffoaut littler from m Frontier.- home. At Camargo and vicinity a! Fugados Imvo disappeared. nnd bands of 400 and 600are reported crossing the river Gai.vkbton, March 2 .—A News special from Corpus Christ!, dated March 21 , has a letter from T. J. Noakes, Postmaster at Nueoes, who was robbed and had his house burned by raiding Mexicans. He says: "On the 26th Inst., about 4 o'clock p. m., while conversing with a man named Smith, 1 discovered three Mexicans ap- proaching my store. 1 went Into the sit- ting-room for a rifle; had secured it, when Smith rushed in with a Mexican following him, with a gun pointed, prepared to Are. My wife interfered and prevented. He then pointed his gun at me, but 1 proved too quick and saved my life by taking his. 1 then aimed at the nearest of the cut- throats In the store, when discovering about fifty outside, did not shoot, know- ing my only chance for life was to secrete myself, which 1 d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 29 April 1875

== 4= * hen * H i* t ,xp*«r «<tT v> w? \íñ 834 .§ A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, AND THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF IMMIGRATION. VOLUME III. HALLETSYILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1875. <v*: HOW I LOST MY EE ART. •To-tell yon jttft'how I loit it, Ob, t tart were a difficult task; Bow the thing got sway on that am«mn day I never stopped to auk. Perhaps twae a glance that did it, A soft caress to my hair, A close warm grasp, or a gentle clasp, That .aptured it then ana there. You see, there are things you can govern, But hearts have a way of their own; Like birds they fly, and you can't tell why— You only misa them when gone. AndTwhy I don't tell the story, II the reason you really must learn, Is, though life grow bright iyith a rosy light, Yet I won so heart in return. Somebody's eyes were gentle and kind, And his voice was soft and low; But the heart I wanted was given away Ever so long ago. ■S " X! : And her Imky is on his kne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 29 April 1875

firtald nuil flantet. Thursday, April 29, 1*75. 8. LEE KYLE EDITOR Accident.—On Friday morning last, Jame* Fo*tor Esq, a citizen of our town «n<l one of th ! Shii Jacinto Veterans, «hilo «iesveiiiling tlie xtnirs of tho new courthouse fell from noirly tliu top to bottom. Hi* arm broken near the wrist, lií head severely hurt, nml the sliuulc upon the whole system was very great. Under the skillful modii-al at- tendance of l>rs. Ikistow and Ueiiiiett ke is however recovering. GEN. J. W. WHITFIELD. Tli it each district in the State should «elect its ablest statesmen and soundest thinkers, as memtiers of the oonstitu- tiomil convention is a tniisin scarcely nece" ;iry to repeat. Before that body questions will be discussed nud decided, upon which the prosperity of our State will for a long serie* of years depend, liecnjrnizinj; the importance "f the p< « sition we feel tliat we express the senti- ment of the conservative thinking men of Lavaca county when wo sii^eít tlft name o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 29 April 1875

Herald and flaniw. LOCALS. gar We are authorized to announoe W. B. RHODE m a candidate for the ofloe of Assessor and Oolleotor of Lavaca eounty at the next general eleotion—Sub- ject to the approval of the Democratic >a*ty. — SAM. OBVALIk Admr. Eat. A. J. TUCKEB. Final Aooount. postponement OF THE TEXAS &ul Estate Drawing.—Owing to the invariable eustom of postponing drawings, the publlo will Mt believe they will take plaoa until the expected postponement takes place. Although liberally patronized, we hare not disposed of quite all the tiokets. Owing to the above oause together with the unprecedented rains and floods throughout the entire South, as well as Texas, and as we are determined ta have a full drawing, there- by insuring perfeot satisfaction to all ticket holders, we n ave postponed our drawing to Hay 18th—about sixty days, when every grixe shall be paid in full, amounting to over 0,000 acres of ohoioe land centrally located, near railroads, 17 houses, 2336 Gold Coin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 29 April 1875

GENERAL BREVITIES. Mrs. Mary Sku.khs and Mrs. Barbara Babb, of Milton, MassachuaetU, Are urob ably the oldest twins In New England, be- ing eighty-five years of age. Tax New Vork city authorities, who onoe peremptorily refused to allow the American Telegraph Company to lay its wires underground, are now seeking to compel all the companies to bury their wires. Veils have been constructed with nose Sockets to allow the veils to be pinned ack closely and yet set well on the face. In giving orders for the article, lenglh of nose is to be stated. Tun Providence Journal publishes ihe names of the Uhode Island poets. There are twenty-two of them, and it is doubt- ful If there is another farm in the whole country which can show an equal number of bards to the acre. On the morning of Marcli 2i the mercu- ry fell to 14° below zero at fthuca. New York. At Etna, eight miles cast of Itha- ca, It was 20° below. In many places along the Iluilxon liiver the thermometer ranged from 0° to 14° below z...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 2 November 1876

m :%w •• i V u- TO POLITICS, ART, 80 k , in «ai J MT Or IMHCmATIOH, Km t ,i^pp ¿if wlfli == ass*"' , jrHíj,,< PM busi- !on.' T. on the first Mopday of ceptinFebruary an months th« terms Monday. The County Court for probate' and cjvil business, Hon T A Hester presidini meets on the. third Mondi 1 alteraste month, viz: September, *|©- vember, January, Mareh, 'Mky and July, MAGISTRATES' COURTS. The Magistrates' Courts of Lavaca county meet as follows; PRECINCT lío. 1. Jbsse Orhk, Esq., Justice; J H Rice constable; on the fourth Monday of each month. ' PRECINCT No. 8. W, D Watso , Esq., Justice; H F Griffith constable; on the second Satur day of each month. PRECINCT, No. 8. s T A Arnold, Esq., Justice; R A Harper constable; on ¿he third Saturday of each month. PRECINCT No. 4. C C Haysrs, Esq., Justice; J B Kin- dred, constable; on the fourth Saturday of each month. PRECINCT NO. 5. E M Works. Esq., Justice; M D L Hairgrovc, constable; on the first Satur - day of each tnontli. PRECINCT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 2 November 1876

■MOTS BtgP "VT $M ld and flauta. Thursday, Nov. 8, 1876. S. LEE KYLE, EDITOR FOR PRESIDENT, SAMUEL J. TILDEN, OP NEW TORE. For Vice-Prxsident. ® T. A. HENDRICKS, m OP INDIANA. ELECTORS. 'la ros. THE ELECTION. " Tinder whioli king, Benzonian, speak or die r" • • • The great day of the Presidential elec- tion is almost at Land, the greatest of all the days in onr past centennial existence as a nation—to be remembered far on in the future with heartfelt songs of joy or with the deepest and saddest dejec- tion according to its result. The battle is not between a powerful and loyal North and a feeble, impover- ished and still rebellions South ; nor is it between the two great great politic parties, Republican am between a thoi rfv. ,H. E west congressional v 3. W. CHILTON, of Smith county. second c01cgres8i0nal district, • B. MARTIN, of Hunt eounty - third congressional district. pt Dallu oountx._ ^erUittr tTRTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. ^03. J. TiEAJ.L, of Brazos nqnnty. ..fifth congressi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 2 November 1876

':"§'r0 fcsfll Hi mid and flantw. I Military !!—The Laruc Grey will the Courthouse on the lut Saturday of J. E. LAY, Captain. W. H. mOBELAND, 0. B. The Masters and Delegates Granges of the county eet in Balletsville on ovember. VppÉ' lit of tST Judges of election that Election Tickets of tS Democratic «tripe can be had in the Gbairma are r the first aore than two; bur town. Have just been in to look over the establishment of F. W. Fahrenthold. The new rock house is as near the perfec- tion of stores as it is possible to reach. High ceiled, wide and airy, it is com- fortable and pleasant to the visitor, and from the great amount of space for storage and width behind the counters, it is equally comfortable for the salesman. The rock house will be the receptacle of all fancy goods, bon- nets, batá, ribbons, fancy jewelry, bas- kets, saddlery and drv goods. The build- formerly occupied by Messrs. Shoe-. ill be fitted up as a Mbrnag house hardware, and groceries. A big stock will be need...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 2 November 1876

mp- ' WL ! /' - . w¿ jf« M and flanter. THE JCOVBE, THE FROG AND THE LITTLE BED HEH. . 11 roc and a little red hen Together kept a house ; Once a mouse, a froj Together kepi The frog was the laziest of frogs, And Tuier still was the mouse. The work all fell on the little ren hen, Who had to get the woody And build tbejfre, and scrub and cook, And «ottetftftts hunt the food. went scratching around, of lye; otherwise as he dozed >#v>* ■ One da< She >id she, bread aid the lazy moi or I," said the the shade. Red hen made no reply, t. «-ground with bowl and spoon, . —..'.".fl and «ü'rradijie rye. hó'll make a fire to bake the bread?" Said the mouse again, '• Not I And scarcely opening bis sleepy eyes, Frog mado the same reply. The little red hen said never a won Bot a ronring flre.j' " And while the J " Who'll sot the table ?"'she said. i" • "Not I," (aid the sleepy frog with yawn; , " Nor I," said the mouse, again. So the table she set and the brepd put on: " Who'll eat this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and Planter — 17 May 1877

■ «Mfc - * -.v *%>/, v ■ i BIHHO^Ish ;w ... ■ : ',, . ., •■■•, ,*/. ' '■••; i. - / - ,. ■IMMfAm,|-. ■;.- .. , *, ¿L W1HKLY NKWSPAPER, DXVOTED TO POLITICS, ART, SOIKNCBI LITBRATUTRR, AO*ICtíí.TUttl, 8TÚOK-BÁIS1NO, KWD THK JEKOQ !•;. < . v-JgS, ''V, ■ ' '' 'trip' "• ' 1 • i 't( www ni , ,i ■ >, ¡ . it ■, •>.w;« « >!« " *;o> m* .... ,,. ..v, i #*$>%* i M.mi w v. TTA."LLTQT8VILJMfl, TH"D"HSDA."3f, MAY %% 4# litm H Jtpm di :oos DI&TRHW COURT. The I4o*. Dm«uc* Cocr* for «¡vil arid criminal business, the Hon. Everett , Lewis presiding.hohis two term* in each year at the coBrthoqee in Hatittsvjlle, viz: Ob the fttst Monday • February' /Mid on the Bret Mondnyip August. CJOUKTt €0U«T. — Th« CoüMTír Owrt Of írtóiftial busl- twas wet*, Ron. T. A. Hester presiding,* meets ' month* the terms begin «a the third l(ond y. , • ( The Comity Court for probate" And «¡vil business, Hon T A Hester presiding, meets on tho -third Monday of each altcrnatejnpnth, vis; S?ptemJ>er, N...

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