The Texas Countryman. (Hempstead, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 1, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 6, 1868 Page: 4 of 4
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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
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 assis-
tance of a young minister. Finally
they proposed to elope, bat the go-
between became enamored of the
lady, and prevailed oif her to run off
with him, instead of the farnie".
They eloped and were married. The
grief of the farmer knew no bounds.
I)et< rmined upon revenge, he armed
himself with a revolver and swore
that ^Ihe young divine should die for
his tr< aehery. A couple of week
ago tl;e. rival met, and the farmer
openly shot down the destroyer of
his happiness. A fearful tragedy
ended the fond dream ot lave.
The new mask veil, the latest
novelty in this line in Paris, has made
its appearance in New York. It i#
embroidered thickly, except in the
spaces left for the month and eyes,
and is edged with silk fringe. At
present they are $5 cach, but tbejr
will be lower by and by. The popu-
lar style of veil is made of sprigged
net of all colors; it is rounded upon
the lower edg«- and terminates in tabs
which are tied at the back; tlia bor-
der is of blonde, the color of the net.
Spanish I'nen and China cloaks
are 'among the new materials - for
spring and summer suits. Velours
winsey is * specked rip cloak, dotted
with black or brown. The coloring
in-this is wool—the white warp cot-
ton. It is very pretty—requiring
little or no trimming—and is 75
cents per yard. To some of these
new summer wiuseys there is a rever-
sible side, displaying solid contrasts
To. Make Blackbkbry or Dew-
berry Wl.\K.-Gather the berries ripe
and dry, pick them, and bruise them
with'your Lands, and strain them;
set the liquor by in glazed eartheu
vessels for twelve hours, to settle;
put to every pint of juice one pint
and :a half of water, and to evefy
gallon of this liquor three pounds of
moist sngar;set it in a kettle over the
fire, and when it is ready to boil,
i 'a ify it with tho whites of four
or "five eggs and let it Loil one
hour, and wheu it is almost cold,
work it with .strong ale yeast, and
turn it, filling up the vessel from time
to time with the same liquor, • saved
on purpose, as it sinks by working.
In a month's time, if the vessel holds
about eight gallons, it will he fine and
fit to bottle ; and after bottling, will
be fit to drink in twelve . months;
but if the vessel he larger, it must
stand longer in proportion, three or
lour months at least, for a hogshead.
All liqnore must be fined before they
are bottled, or elfee they will grow
sharp, and ferment in the bottles.
Add to eveiy gallon of this liquid
one pint of strong mountain wine, bu'
not such as has the borachio, or nag's"
tkin flavor. This wine will be very
strong and pleasant.
now to Preserve Smoked Meats
i.n Summer.—Take black pepper and
grind it very fine, the finer the better;
then wash the hams or beef, and rub
wbile damp thoroughly, with the
ground pepper; a sufficiency will ad-
here to them to safely protect them
¿igaiust depredations of tlies and bugs
through the summer. In the cure of
lianw ou.it rubljng the skin side. Two
pounds of pepper are a sufficiency for
thirty pounds of meat. ■ It may re-
inaiu hanging in the smoke-house
during summer. This will also im-
part * finé flavor to. the meat.
i of a tragedy wl
Commerce, the whole, fashionable
F. W. SHADOW,
I and Shoe Maker,
1>RX QOO D S
■ - i . I«W I ■ '1
as represented. Give uip a call.
The Meriden (Conn.) Recorder
urges the assassination of'President
Johnson, and says "ha who would
send an impeached traitor, betrayer
and blasphemer-to the bar of God for
judgment, would write bis name in
iir. erishable lettjr* beside that of
How to Save Your Eyes.—By
sitting in such a position as will allow
the light to fall obliquely over the
shoulder while reading or sewing
By not using "the eyes for snch pur-
pose by an artificial light,'especially
gaslight. By avoiding the special
nse of the eyes in tho morning before
breakfast. -By resting them for half
a minute or so, while reading or sew-
ing, or looking at things at a distance,
or up to the sky; relief is immediate-
ly felt by so doing. Never pick a.iy
collected matter from the eyelashes
or corners of the eyes with the finger
nails; rather moisten it and "rub it
away carefully with the ball of the
finger. Kef-p tl e feet warm,, 'and
never cool tb i he id suddenly, under
penalty of infli munition of the eyes.
It i« better to bathe the eyes on the
outside at night than morning, but it
Will do no h irni to bathe lima both
morning and evening. The moment
the evijs feel tired, and the moment
you are conscious of an effort to read
or sew, lay aside the book or needh
and take a walk for an hour, or em-
ploy yourself in some active exercisr
not requiring the close use of the
A correspondent writing from New-
Orleans to the Baltimore Catholic
Mirror, says :
It is said that there are 10,000
men in want of situations—many
of whom have families depending
upon them—who would clieerfullj
take anything that would furnish sub-
sistauce. I have no heart to relate
the sad stories that are told in proof
of this statement. Let it suffice to
say that the station-houses are crowd-
ed ' by respectable men who wen
there for -shelter and lodging, and
that educated, able men, are taking
any kind of manual labor that they
can do. A gallant officer. of tho late
C. S. N„ once called as good an ex-
ecutive officer as ever walked tin
decks of a U. S. frigate, has been
sewing mattresses for bread, many
respectable young fellows drive drays
or the city cars ; and a line cavaln
officer during the war, who couíti
never go iuto the sireet without a
pair of Jouvjn's best, is now work-
ing in onr dreadful swamps, up to
his knees in mud and water, gather-
ing moss for stuffing beds and furni
The Actual Service of Black
Troops.—There has been such a deal
of clamor about the "loyalty'' of tie
negroes in the South, and the services
rendered by them in putting down the
'•rebellion, "that the subjoined figures
from the Bureau of Colored Troops
will be interesting:
Whole number inostorcd in tho
servil e during the War..169,624
Killed in action
Missing in action
Transfered to the navy
Sii,! hi 3
Mr. Davis.—There seems to be a
movement on foot to induce Jefferson
Davis to K-avc tho country before the
Antidotes.—A f«.wyearsa«>-n, M. Steals 'eize tho Executive power.
1 Ierran, Frcuch Consul-Geneil 1 at *•*'!'ers I,Ry® been addressed to Gov.
Salvador, discovered a sort of beaii,! ^tse> °f, Virginia, and others, urging
the Stnobe eednon, which is a specific ' !*lera to influence liim not to appear
-•gainst the bite of venomous reptiles. Iin C0Ult* ^ov-. Wise replied that no
While on an important mission iman t*lire aPI,roack Mr, Davis with
ncrota Ote mountain , one of the ísncl1 * proposition. Ilia pride of
Indiana of his snito was sftiug by an i c^aracler ant* high sense of honor
equis, one of the most daugerous of i w?u'^ sco™ the idea. Mr. Davis
tlie snake tribe. Auother Indian, ¡ *PP0Sr i court at the appointed
'j time.— [Galveston News.
J B. AHRENBECK,
I1EMPS TEA D TANKER Y,
Situated on Clew Creek, two miles from
town, is prepared to supply alt kinds of
Including Harness, Sole and Upper; a Is4 .
CASH FOE GOOD RAW HIDES.
For the convenience of the public, I wili
run a Grist Mill every Saturday.
ESr" All orders left with W. Ahrenbeck
&. Co..wilL bepromptly attended t«>-
g&l-ly. J. . AHRENBECK.
W. BELL, of Texas,
MABIE, MURRAY & MORGAN,
Manufacturers and Wbtlwilt Deals in
BOOTS AND SHOES
14 WARREN STREET
7 door fren Broadway,
Levi J. Stable, J
Cyrus J. Marrar, >
(leo. W. Morgan.
W. L. Moody, Gallaran A. F. iloodg, Galveston.
F. M. Bradley, Freestone Co.
HAS commenced business in tliis place.
He has for sale
SADDLES, BRIDLES, GIRTHS,
MARTINGALES,—SADDLE A XL
HARNESS FIXTURES, ETC.
Work done on slio.t notice with neatnes,
The trade supplied with materials.
jtfn 2G 3f-tf.
Sign of the^Little Town Clock,
Watch & Clock Establishment
2f/ door above J. TuJJJy,
WATCHES,Clocks and Jewel-^
ry carefully repaired ami j£/V
irnmted. P rices Lew. g24-3m..f5ade
— AND —
WE arc now prepared to manufacture
Saw 31i!l, Saw Ginning Machines.
Gin and Mill Gearing, Shafting am
Pullies, Sugar Mills, of all sizes.
Sells of ail si-es on hand and mads to order
All kinds of Iron and Brass Castings
Grate Burs, Plow Points, Hollow Ware
md extra Oven Lids.aiwajs en hand.
We employ nono but the best workmen
We have added to onr Machinery am
wo are prepared to do all kinds of Railroad.
"Saw Mill, Plantation Work, Repairing oi
Machinery, Blacksmithing, Boiler an<:
Steals Engine Work of all kind :, done ii
¡lie best manner at the shortest notice am"
it the low est rates.
GF* Okdrs Rspkctfuu.y Folio td.
HEMPSTEAD FOUNDRY CO
N.B.—Old Brass, Copper and Cast Troi
bought at the highest rates. g41—tf.
WOOL CARDING MACHINERY.
Cultivators and Gang-Ploughs,
Reaping and Thrashing Machines.
A fiill Stock of these Portable
From 4'to 40 Horse Power, constant
ly on hand,
THOMAS B. BODZ.EY & CO..
No 1) Perdido street, New Orleans.
Dealers in all descriptions of Machinen
and Agricultural 111)¡dements.
SOUTHERN FAMILY SEWING MA
chine. Noiseless Machine of Wilcox
& Gibbs; will sew hem, fell, tuck, braid
gather, quilt, cord and embroider with
satisfaction. Agents wanted at No. 5, St
Charles st. Box ;5sü.
I'oufectiouery and Restaurant,
CANDIES, ICE CR EAM, LAGER
. Bei-r, Cigars. Fresh Bread, Cakes.
Fancy Fruits, &c. Meals furnished.
Oysters always on hand and for Sale.
«however, at once adniiuisk-red a pow-:
der, which the patient swallowed, i
and a perfect cnre ensued.
CliL'JRIDK OF Iit.AlH TO DESTROY
ran immediately purchased ¡ ^l?rinS of
. which was simply the ¡ i ,! ,n a ^tiug
Hi. ¡fleaa are driven away. SpnnkhnK
ahove-nvcntio.ied beau rednced "toifT T dnV^° SP uklinS
powder A ouintitv nf -il; i, • , ^'ds ot vegetables with a weak boIu-
LJW uu ils wav t^ Kanco " " I t!°n oif Parvea
But for veñom of a leas ,l«dlv f11■ ** caterpillar?, ■ eluga, moths,
nature, such as the sting ol the bee' • t/j Sda'e 1 "],L"
wasp, nhenic acid is J, it ! 8Pnnkkd on fruit trees or shrubberv.
antiíole. IT.j^y ¡. ^ ! ««ed in a^ p^to with fatty matter
THL paríucrship heretofore existing in
the niiroe-of WnrrhsiDE & Bozman is thú=
day by mutual consent dissolved by the
withdrawal of J. A. Whiteside. The busi-
. ncssof the firm will be settled by R. 51.
\ Bozman. who will assume all liabilities
j and collect all claims. -• He will continue
the business as heretofore under bis own
name. J. A. WHITESIDE,
R. M. BOZMAN.
Hempstead, March 3rd. Ii**?.
the trees, it
prevents insects from
the decomposition ^ f 'sp^oiHc^acid a-nd apPlit"d'u a narrow ban^
« acme and coal by heat. It is
solid, colorless and cryatalizable : it
U' at thirty-five degrees, and lias
a peculiar odor and a pungent taste.
It is scarcely aolnbleiu
▼etry much so in ether ¡_
Can some one tell us the mi ruber of
times Gen. Grant was whipped by
,tu,1 i I*9 Coring his march towaids
' Bond ? Wo might guess within
Stop the inflammation and ' ^hto iT °f Lnt
all pam. , to ba exact.—[Lotusnlle Jour-
MILtE* & Ii U H N ,
MILLER LANG HAMMER,
DEALERS IX DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS
Crockerv, Glassware and Groceries. "Will bay and sen all kinds of Country Pro-
duce, and make liberal advances e* Cotton and Hides cousigned to us or our friends
• Vdiu VafV T irnrn/
iu Galveston, New York. Liverpool and Bremen. " ,
Domestic and Foreign Exchange will be negotiated for the above,places b>
us through Messrs. J. Kanffmann &■ Co., t-f Galveston. Passage "of immigrants from
all parts of Europe procured on the most reasonable terms. g47-tr
L, A. Gfiffi.v
J. T. GRIFFIN & CO.,
W. AHRENBECK a BRO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Groceries,
AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Have and keep conEtantly on hand the largest and best selected Stock
oifered to the trade.
ty Will also advance liberally on Cotton, Wool and other Produce
shipped to our house in New Orleans, and to our friends in Galveston,
New York, Liverpool, or Bremen,
IdP®* Call nnd examine our stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac. No
charge for exhibiting them. PRICES TO SUIT TlIE TIMES.
J. T. GRIFFIN & CO.
J. H. K.UTTKTER,
* Begs to call attention to his well Selected stock of
GENT'S FURNISHING GOO
Boots drSboes, Rata, Notions, See.
Office L. Blum &. Co. ) GALVESTON.
55 Wartea street,
t. bl Wood w. p. cole
T. B. WOOD St CO,
RETAIL OBALER JX
Staple and F-ncj Dry Goods and
Groceries, Plantetiou Supplies, BootB and
Shoes, Gouts furnishing goods, Gloves and
A quantity o£Yankee Notions.
Terms, Strictly Cash at the lowest prices.
T. B. WOOD 4. CO.
West sido Depot Square, Hempstead,
COMMISSION MERC II ANTS i
DICKINSON & COCHRAN.
MOODY, BRADLEY &. CO.,
COTTON AND WOOL
General Commission Merchant*
WE will fnrnisfa Bagging and Sope on
Cotton to be shipped to us, nnd
will make liberal advances on consign-
ments for sale or shipment. .(gSH-ly
M. KOPPERL, r~
THATCHER & SPRINGFIELE
WIIOLEALE AND RETAIL
The highest Market Rates paid for
COTTON, WOOL, H1DEL
AND OTHER . COUNTRY PRODUCE
Hempstead, Texas, Sep. 3, I8CS
— SC^H AS —
— ALSO —
RIBBONS, LACES, DRESS TRIMMINGS, BONNETS, IIATS
A complete Stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods, such as
CLOTHING, SHOES. BOOTS, HATS.
ALSO A COOD ASSORTMENT OF NOTIONS.
Which he offers at cost. Buyers will find it to their iuterest to cali and examine.
J. U. KUTTjYElt.
g24-tf WEST OF DEPOT.SQUARE
EFJNOR, HALX7& CO.,
Wagon Making and General Repairing
WEST SIDE OF TIÍE DEPOT SQUARE, HEMPSTEAD
WAGONS, WAGON, CARRIAGE, AND BUGGY HUBS, AND PLOWS
ou hand and fur sale, singly or by the quantity.
lc#" Cull and examine our Samples btjore j>ur<hasivg elscrchci-e.
g24 ' " tf
Regular Paint Store
Rottbxstein Sc Enuleke,
And dealers in Paints, Oils, Turpentine,
Varnishes, Brushes, Window Glass, Wall-
paper, and all articles in our line.
We have made this a specialty in this
city, and we know that the advantages we
have in purchasing goóds cm bles us to sell
as cheap as sueh gcods can possibly be
bought in any other city south. We par-
ticularly invite our country friends to our
«tore and try us, foi we know they will be
Orders for goods or work, sign-paiuting,
etc., will be promptly and satisfactorily
attended to. Don't forget
No 7 Congress St.
NearJIain, HOUSTON. •
Franklin street, below Hutcluns' House,
Manufacturer of every descrip-
Etc., Etc., Etc.
w. H. STARKS,
Saddler & Harness Maker
WASA1NGT0N COUNTY, TEXAS.
A FULL supply of Saddles. Harness and
-T*. Materials always on hand, and for
sale at pnce to salt tho time . The trM-
supplied. j°4 tt'
igrienitural Implement Depot,
PEEL &, DUMBLE,
HYDRAULIC, UNION AND DOTY CLOTHES
Fire Proof Safa,
at Manufacturer's Prices.
The Great Plow—Southern Clipper.
1ST Come and See Us.
Wagon and Carriage Maker
J£EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
BUGGIES, PLOWS. Ac.
f Any of the above articles repaired at
Hubs, Spokes and Felloes
Kept constantly on hand for nse.
Teamsters having broken waeons are
especially invited to call. Buggies, car-
riaees. Ploe.s, and Planters' utensils rc-
puired at short notice. My shop i# t on-
j-euienl t" the.P-p-t >«pr"-e._S"nlh-weat
J. A. SMYTH,
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
All work will be guaranteed for Twelve
Month*, aud no second charge made.
Watches injured by incompetent
workmen will be carefully attended to,
and made as Now.
. M. SCHMIDT,
Tiu Ware Jüanufacfiirer
^Wholesale and Retail Doaler in
Sheet Iron, Stov , Tin and Hollow
Cor. of Travis and I^airie streets.
J. R. MORRIS & CO.
Furniture & Crockery,
H OUSTON, - . TEXAS.
J. B. AHRENBECK,
1N FRONT OF ZADOW'S BOOT SHOP,
has constantly on hand a large and fine
supply of fresh and salt meats, such as
Beef, Perk. Muttou, Veal, Pickled Pork,
Prices.—Beef, 3 l-2e. per lb., and all
other meats in proportion. Cash paid for
good beeves. e35-6n\
WARE <fc B R O THE RTcottóñ
I actors and Gem-ral Commission
Merchants, No. 133 Grarjer Street. ?-ew
Orleans. H. XI. Ware. Iate«t"S;-1ma, Ala-
Jut- T. M Bi'Pj !.?!? of
KEMPEll, STONE & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Window Glass, Tutty and
Choice Liquors for Medicinal Purposes.
— ALSO, —
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES AND
General Commission Merchant,
LIBERAL advances made on Consign-
ments of Cotton, Wool, etc., for sale
Consignments under the above addrasa
will receive my prompt personal attention
N. W. Iil'Stt, Galveston.
Formerly Bush, Wilson &, Co. Hemp-
C * •
It is the unfailing remedy in cases of Neil- i
ralgia Facialis-, often effecting a perfect j
eure in less than tweutv tour hours, from j
t .e use of no moro than tu-o or tiirre p:l>'s.\
No other form of Neuralgia or jyorvous '
Disease has failed to yield to this .
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
Even in the severest enees of Chronic
Neuralgia and general nervous derange-
ments,—of inauy years standing,—affect-
ing the entire system, its use for a few days
or a few weeks at the utmost, always af-
fords the most astonishing re I ef, and yjry
rarelv fails to produce a complete and pe:-
It contains no dm^s or other materials
in the slightest degree iujurious, even to
the most delicate system, and can always
be used with
It has long been in constant use by ma-
ny of our MOST EMINENT PHYSI-
CIANS, who give it their unanimous and
Sent by mail ou receipt cf price, and
One package, $1,00, Postage 6c.
Six packages, §«>.00, " 27c.
Twelve" §i).OU, " 4i?c.
It is sold by all wholesale and retail deal-
ers in drugs aud medicines throughout the
United States and bv
TURNER &'CO. Sole Prop'?.
J'20 TRMOXT ST. BOSTON, MA.
PICI.DER * SHII-MAX. AM.EX LEWIS.
FELDER, SHI I'M AN & LEWIS
Cotton and Wool Factors,
- GALVESTON, TEZ AS.
l.ibeialadranrts madton Consignmentt for
Sal• or Shipment to our Friends in New
Orleans, Neto Vori; and Liverpool.
Ua«gin«, Rope and Iron Ties Famished
A. SSSUMS& CO.,
a A L VES TON and-UO t'.STOA „
i OTTON and WOOL FACTORS,
Bagging, rope and ties always
ou hand, and will be furnished at
lowest rafes to fheir patrons. Especial
care given to the sale of Cotton and Wool
to their address at Galveston or Houston,
Parties shipping thoir Cotton can obtaiit
Permits under their liomU, or draw on
them for amount of Taxes*
Wool S\cks Fl'uxished.
May 31, JHU7.—3 m.
COTTON AND WOOL FACTOR
STRAND. GALVESTON, TEXAS.
Liberal advances will be made on r< n-
ignments of produce to my address lor
alo here, or for shipineut to Now Orleans,
Now York aud Liverpool.
Central Verandah Hotel.
Near the Central Rail read Depot.
HOUSTON, TEX AS.
Travelers and Regular Boarders will
be accommodated in tliebcst Btyle;andthe
i table will never lack any of the substan-
tial , delicacies and luxuries of the season.
The charges are cheaper and the board
is as good as in any other Hotel, and sei ved
up in a h •me-like way that makes each
sojourner return to the house on his next
visit to Houstou.
J. W. Manning, Proprietor.
^ES£L t I MIE above House is now
JL ready for the accoiiunoda-
juiB tioii of guests and the traveling
'' ■ '^"public, lieing centrally situated
it is convenient to the Court House aud
all other public offices.
The. table will be provided with the
best the market affords, and every effort
rendered to make guests comfortable,
April 25,1867. if.
i Capt. N. W. Bush, formerly of Austin
I county, advises his friends that lie willgiv*
' hi* porsonl attention to their consign-
ments to the above film, aud ensure sat-
M. J. MAFSIK. B. J. SMITH. W. D. C1.K\ 111 ANB
i MASSIE, SMITH & C< >.,
Successors to A. Sessums.
GENERAL COMMISSK N
HOUSTON, TEX AS,
To the Planter.
Lone Star Depot.
ROBINSON & CO.
Booksellers and Stationers,
and genera] dealers in
4' I- VIIJGIN, successor toD. Mau-
pay. Dealer in seed*'. No. I0t
' Graviflr rtre«t, bet. ('«imp snd Map';zinc
* tree! ? N tr- Orltauv
'S ' i -1 *
STORE YOUR COTTON
Magnolia Firc%Proof Warehouse
AND have it uuder jour own control,
and save charges. You can have tho
benefit of Houston or Galveston market,
Particular attention to correct weighing
a ud the Storing of Cotton.
Bagging and Rope furnished to reliabh>
g-KMm W. L. MACATEE jfc CO.
Clothing at VTiolesale.
MKSSRS: I. BERNSTEIN & CO
formerly of Alabama, have on hand a f:it*
' ?,"J c'.'uiplete stock of Spring and Summer
, t lothing. They Uiauufacture their o*w
; Ciotbing, and propose to sell as cheap a
any house south of New York. Country
Merchants will find :t to tbeir interesls la
give them a rail. Tresoont street, ■i pntil(
Snter f Building. *|'cxas.
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