The Texas Countryman. (Hempstead, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 8, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 24, 1868 Page: 4 of 4
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Oi ««ih| udcracify
i world!" from ancient days
( e'er has been its r~
Or kiadto martyr' fane;
While ell God's earth that flower «round.
Hare eeboed forth with song and sound,
That man was made to lore.
It caaaot watch thee from my soali
It eaaaoteraahthee there!
Hor d^At tilia thaitewaid thee roll
' Thai soul wiAlt thine to share.
Within the hidden caree of earth j
Where tidea unseen, whose ware* unheard,
▲re Ska my love for thee.
Reoeipt For Happiness.
Just wealth enough to keep away
Of want the direful scene;
Jast health enough to gild the day,
And make life's course serene;
Virtue enough to act that part
Whiefc is devoid of sia;
Courage enough to aak the heart,
"Art thou secure within?"
The Trianon morning attire is the
simplest and prettiest summer ideas,
oi which the following is the receipt:
—Take a plain white or rtraw col-
~ cotton or muslin material; have
nnderakiit made with flounce
the bottom either pleated or
téd on the crgss with a frill at' the
heading. Have a waist or bodice
mad* high, with somewhat tight
sleeves and at tbe cuff and armholer,
- trimmed round with small frill.
Than have a fichn, just large enough
to come down to tbe waist and frilled
rostid in keeping with tbe under-
akirt; and sciurf ends with a bow are
also frilled for behind. The over-
skirt will b* Dade plain in front
but will he tied np at the back by
means of tapes sewn on seauis under-
neath at distances not far down from
tb^ waist. A pique, with pinked
' 4ot ruche, somewhat fnll and called
chicotee in French (endive), which is
■lade with light taffeta, produces a
rich and pastoral effect. A white
twill than trimmed with hlne, or a
straw colored or maize liuen material
with black, is very good style.
Straw hats worn with these des*
habillea are raised on one side and
have a handsome flower in front.
Some of tbe summer Louis XV. des-
habilled ale made quite loose, with
deep folds from tbe neck downwards,
and ara looped over colored «lips,
mite muslin thuB trimmed with,
pink, ever pink, is the great reception
r Creak. I
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KEEP SCHOOL, SOKG.and
boohs, stationary At. Also
eg Novels. Illustrated
Papen and Magazines, Garden Sebd. Toy
Subscriptions taina for any
paper or magazine in the United
MIXLER & LÜHN,
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uf m ¿ "• t.
>'-•£* K v
I toagi g
EST SAT NOTICE.
Taken upby A.B. Stone, andestrayed
fore W. W. Cochrane Esq;, one sotrel
trae about 7 or 8 years old, about 16 hands
00. Z.W. MATTHEWS,
CferkC. C.A. C
s. m. swairsos
Of Erery Description
A CO., New
Perkins * Co..
. Pier at Co.
. £ B. Pier,) .
,i. -*• " • " or- ■
:V/_ TRAVIS. TEXAS.
supply of Saddles, Harnees and
sale at prf£es to 'suit tbe times. The trade
We are now prepared te fill all orders
for these Celebrated Qins. They need
no puffing.. They grow upon the soil
with cotton, and knuw exactly what cot-
ton wants. Hare nil impkovbments
that are of any benefit. Nothing for
sboW. We will run them against ang Gin
that is made.
Mr. Pratt is making a few of these
this year. They «re particularly
adapted for trashy eotton. They were
_ a great ma 09 the Mississippi
Hirer before the War. San soma heavier
and gin faster than his other Gins.
Orders prom^tl.yite^ed^ta^ ^
Sole Agents for Texts.
Galveston, June 12th, 1867.
We am also prepared |o furnish Sup-
plies, Bagging, Hope and Ties on the
«rowing crop. Consignments solicited.
Prompt attention given to all business en-
trusted to our care. Iff* speculation
Cotton. Quick returns of all sales.
T. MATHER A CO.,
Cotton and Woo) Factors,
june 21 no 23-6 months.
The Compost Heap.—The most
important thing for any man who
cultivates a garden is to have an
abundance of manure. While many
think their soil rich enongb without
manure, we bave never seen any yet
that was too good, or tbat manare
would not greatly help in most pro-
ductions of the" garden, and we will
add, of the field. The heap should
he tbe receptacle of everything in and
•boot the premises that will add Value
to it. Weeds that have not gone to
seed, the «weepings of the stable and
yard, tbe night soil, all th- bones from
the bouse, everything of this cbar
scter, should be gathered op and tbe
heap should he forked once every
month or two till tbe mass is thorough-
ly mixed. When ready, nse at dis-
cretion, yon will hardly place it
where it will not yield a kuger return.
When one* a concealment or deceit
baa been practised in matters where
ait ahottld be fair and open as tbe day,
coufidence can never be restored,
any move than yen can restore the
bloom to the grape or tbe plum tbat
yon bave once pressed in your hand.
Ma Kino VtxEGAR—To one gallon
of molaases add nine gallons of soft
water, and pnt the mixture in an
open beaded barrel . It should then
hie stirred, and the barrel covered «nth
. a cloth and board, that nothing but
the air can get in,
ESSES. I. BERNSTEIN A CO.,
formerly of Alabama, Ut<> Cui nd a ful
and complete stock of Si ricg ac<. Summer
Clothing. They icanufastarr- tueir own
clothing, and propose to sell as cl eap at
any house south of New York. Countr}
Merchants will find it to their interests te
give them a call. Treinont street, opposite
Suter's Building, Galveston, Texas.
DOLBEAR Commencial College
New Orleans. Founded 1832. No
vacations. Book-keeping, Penmanship.
Languages, Mathematics practically taught
Students from 12 to 60.
RUFÜS DOLBFAB, President.
First Floor, Exchange Hotel,
Auctioneer & Proprietor.
Sales Everv Saturday
At 10 A. M.
Liberal advances made on general Mer -
chandize, Watches, Guns, Pistols, Jewelry
Saddles, Harness, Furniture, Sfc.
Knox's Collections of Vegetables,and
Flower Seeds, neatly put up
Collictwn No. 1—Prire $10.00
Comprises seed suitable for cropping a
garden of half an acre, producing sufficient
vegetables for an ordinary sized family
thioughout tbe year.
Collection No. 2—Price $5.
Comprises one-half of No. 1, same vari-
eties ; will crop a garden of a quarter of
an aere, sufficient for the use of a small
Ftmcer Seed* Sent Free by Mail.
Collections which are highly commended
for their utility aud excellence.
Assortment No 1—8 new and superb va-
rieties, $1 00.
Assortment No. 2—20 new and superb
varieties, $2 00.
Assortment No. 3—20 good sbowy vari
eties, 91 00.
Assortment No. 4—50 good sbowy varie-
ties, $2 00.
Assortment No. 5—100 good sbowy
many new, varieties $4 00.
Onr new descriptive Seed Catalogue
gives full descriptions of new, rare and
most desirable varieties ot vegetables and
flowers. Plaiu, simple, and tull instruc-
tions for sowing, planting and after man-
agement—prices in packages or by weight,
by mail or otherwise, and muck other val-
uable information. Sent to all applicants
enclosing 10 cents.
Grower and Importer,
P. O. Box 155, 137 Liberty 8t., Pitts-
horse aboat 7 orSyears old,
high branded A. T. C., works well, ap-
praised at $75.00. Also one blue ox,
marked crop oif the left and under slope
iu the right ear, 'branded R X, appraised at
$15.00. Also pne black and white ox
marked swaOowfork io the left ear and
under and over bit in the right ear branded
K.appraised at $15.00. Also one redox,
maiked crop in the left and over, slope in
the right ear. branded S, appraised at $15.
one red spotted ox, marked crop and
r bit m the right and over slope in the
left ear, branded X, appraised at $15.00
April 28th 1868.
Z. W. MATTHEWS, C.C, C. A. C.
EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE
CARTES DE VISITE.
BILLS OF FARE,
Bills of Lading.
—Also all kinds of—~
Taken up by J. Luedecke and estrayed
before F. W. Móeller, Ksqr. one light bay
jmare, about seven years old, both hind feet
and left fore foot white, blaze face. The
mare aod her colt, appraised at $25.00.
April 28tli 16f>8.
Z. W. MATTHEWS, C. C. C. A. C.
TAKEN UP by M. Bell, and estrayed
before B. S. Harrison, Esq.. on the
21st day of March, 1868, one sorrel horse
mule, about ten years old. No brand per-
ceivable. Appraised at $40.
Z. W. MATTHEWS,
Clerk of the County Court A. C.
By Johu E. McMullan, Deputy.
April 13, 1868. g50-3t*
TAKEN UP by Joseph Greer, and es-
trayed before John M. Hensley, Esq ,
a bay horse, eight or nine years old, twelve
and a half hands high. No brand. The
end of the right ear cut or bit off. Ap-
praised at $15 00.
Z. W. MATTHEWS,
Clerk C. C. A. C.
May 6th, 1868-h3.
One in Memphis, Tena., 106 subscribers
n five days.
I hereby notify all persons who own
watch >8, clocks or jewelry, which have
been in my shop for three months, that
unless they redeem and take the same
away within twenty days from this date,
they will be sold to pay charges.
h3-lt AUGUSTE GUILLEMET.
To the Planter.
STORE YOUR COTTON
Magnolia Fire-Proof Warehouse
AND have it under your own control,
and save charges. You can have the
benefit of Houston or Galveston market,
Particular attention to correct weighing
and the Storing of Cotton.
Bagging and Rope furnished to reliable
g30-4in W. L. MACATEE & CO.
DR. F. B. LEWIS,
DENTAL SU RGON.
Has located permanently in Chappell Hill
guarantees all work done in the latest im-
Plates to Fit and Wear with Ease.
TREATS TEETH FOR ALL
Will call at residences in this vicini-
Refers to Henry L. Rankin, J. W.
Nooner. J. T. Browning, Geo. f. Lester,
Dr. J. L. Cunningham. Kempt i Stone &
Official History of the War •
Its Causes, Charac er, Conduct and
by hon. alrxa.vdpr h. stephens.
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This gre.it work presents the only com-
plete and impartial analysis of the causes
of the war yet published, and gives those
interior lights and shadows of the great
conflict only known t« those high officers
who watched the flood-tiae of revolution
from its lountain n o rings, and which were
so accessible to Mr. Stephens from bis
position as second officer of the Coufed-
To a public that ha been surfeited with
APPARENTLY SIMILAR PRODUC-
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and justice so urgently demand.
The intense desire everywher) mani
fested to obtain this work, its official char
acter and ready sale, combined with an in
creased commission, makes it the best sub-
scription book ever published.
One agent in Easton, Pa, reports 11
subscribers in three days.
One in Boston, Mass., 103 subscribers in
Send for circulars and see our terms,
and a full description of the work, with
Press notices «if the advance sheets, &c.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING
O., 513 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo.
SEWING MACHINES of every de-
scription repaired—from the noiseless
machines of Wilcox & Gibbs, to that of
the noisy Singer—at the shortest notice
and at the cheapest rates. Apply at
h4-tf THIS OFFICE.
rj*RY THE SOUTHERN TONIC.
Prepared by S. R. Chsnb¿rs, Wholes lie
and Retail Druggist, Corner Liberty and
Erato Street . ect?6
M1LER 8o LÁNGHAMMER,
- 1/AAuAHO Ail i/AI UVV1/0| J1A1U/ TV aUJEIf *wvav '•' ~
Crockery, Glassware aod Groceries. Will buy and sell áll kinds of Country Pro-
duce, and nuke liberal advances on Cotton and Hides consigned to as or our friends
n Galveston, New York, Liverpool and Bremen. ... , ,
gr Domestic and Foreign Exchange will be negotiated for tbe above plaeesby
through Mjssrs. J._ Kauffann i A Co-, "f Galvesten. Passage of uninigauts from
parte of tiiirbj procured on tbe most reasonable terms. g47-ti
CASH FOR GOOD RAW HIDES.
FortbeiiMniT.,. iftt.-kK, j ut
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, BOOT8 AND SHOES, HAT8 nw*<SStl5iriwSl2^kl^
wkery, Glassware and Groceries. Will buy and sell all kinds off Country Piv- An orfc„ feft ^ W. ¿km
ft Co. will
W. BELL, of TslH
J. T. GRIFFIN & CO.,
W. AHRENBECK * BRO.,
'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry oods, oots and Shoes, Groceries,
AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Have and keep constantly on band the largest and best selected Stock
offered to the trade.
uy Will also advance liberally on Cotton, Wool and other Produce
shipped to our bouse in New Orleans, and to our friends in Galveston,
New York, Liverpool, or Bremen,
^ Call and examine our stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, &c. No
charge for exhibiting them. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
J. T. GRIFFIN & CO.
if. XX. KUTTNHR,
Begs to call attention to his well selected stock of •
L. A. Gfiffi?. VABIE. MURRAY A. MOftGAN,
BOOTS AND ftBOII
14 WARREN STREET
— as —
— ALSO —
RIBBONS, LACES, DRESS TRIMMINGS, BONNE TS, BAT
A complete Stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods, such as
CLOTHING, SHOES. BOOTS, HATS.
ALSO A COOD ASSORTMENT OF NOTIOXS.
Which he offers at coat. Buyers will find it to their interest to call and examine.
J. H. KUTTxYER.
g-24-tf WEST OF DEPOT SQUARE
EFNOR, HALL & CO.,
Wagon aking and General Repairing
WEST SIDE OF THE DEPOT SQUARE, HEMPSTEAD
Levi J. UaUie. >
J. Murray. I
Í * BrmU*,.
HAS commenced business in tkts rim.
He has for sale
SADDLES, BRIDLES, QiRTMt,
HARNESS FIXTURES, JCTQ.
Work done on sho.*l notice withi -tshiss
Thetrade supplied with materials.
jan 26 3f-lf.
Sign of the Little TownCkmk.
Watch & Clock EstaUiahmeat
2J door ahor J. TufKg,
atafitafsuaduan vosas •
WATOIIES,Clocks and Jrwtl-
ry carefully repaired andV^L
arranted. Prices Low. g2i-Jm. «CJI
AGONS, WAGON. CARRIAGE, AND BUGGY HUBS, AND PLOWS
ou hand and for sale, singly or by the quantity.
Call and examine our Samples bejore purchasing elsewhere.
Regular Paint Store
Ro'I TEN STEIN & EnGLEKE,
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
haTe in purchasing goods eur bles us to Eell
as cheap as such goods can possibly be
bought in any other city south. We par-
ticularly invite our couutry friends to our
store and try us, foi we know they will be
Orders for goods or work, sign-painting,
etc., will be promptly and satisfactorily
attended to. Don't forget
No- 7 Congress St.
Near Main, HOUSTON.
Franklin street, below Hutclnns' House,
Tyj^ANUFACTURER of every doecrip-
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Agricultural Implement Depot,
J. A. SiÜII TII,
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
AH work will be guaranteed for Twelve
Months, and no second chargo made.
tW Watches injured by incompetent
workmen will bo carefully attended to,
and mado as New.
PEEL & DUMBLE,
hydba.ulic, union and dottclothes
Fire Proof Safes,
at Manufacturer's Price*.
The Great Plow—Southern Clipper.
Come and See Us.
J. H AU SE R ,
Wagon aud Carriage Maker
J£EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
BUGGIES, PLOWS, &c.
W Any of tbe above articles repaired at
Bubs, Spokes and Felloes
Kept constantly on hand for nse.
Teamsters having broken wagons are
especially invited to call. Buggies, car-
riages, Plows, and Planters* utensils re-
paired at short notice. My shop is con- ¡
venient to the 1>cp«t Square. South-west ¡
corner g-34I I
Tin Ware manufacturer
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Sheet Iron, Stove, Tin and Hollow
Cor. of Travis aud Prairie streets.
. R. MORRIS & CO
WOOL CARDING MACHINERY.
Cultivators and Gang-Plough*.
Reaping and Tbrashiug Machines.
A Full Stoc\ of these Pertmlta
From 4 to 10IIore« Power, cwuftMt
Ij on hand,
THOKAS B. BODLBTA OOu
No 9 Perdido street. New Orlisas.
Dealers in all description* of
and Agricultural Implements. j
OUTHEKN FAMILY SEWING MA
chine. Noiseless Mschine of Wileax
A Gibbs; will sew hem, fell, tuck, braid
gather, quilt, cord and embroider with
satisfaction. Agents wanted at No. 5, 64
Charles st. Box 386.
JOHN TUFFLY, "
Confectionary and Restaurant,
CANDIES. ICE~~C£ EAM, LAOEB
Beer, Cigars. Freeh Bread, Cakes,
Fancy Fruits, Ac. Meals furnished.
Oysters always on hand and for Sals.
rpAEEN UP by H. W . Haring, and en-
X trated before W* Z. f>uon, Ens., ea
the I Oth day of April, 18i 8, one yose of
steers, (one a brindle steer, marked half
under-crnp and upper bit in the right, and
swallow fork andupper bit in the left ear.)
No braud, and about 12 years old. Th*
other is a red steer, marked smooth crop
off the left and undrr crop in the right ear;
branded W. E. on *he left hip, and UK ea
the right hip; aoout 10 fears old. Af
rraised at $35.
Z W. MATTHEWS.
Clerk Counly Court A. C
By John E. McMnllan, Deputy.
April JSth, JtfiR-
Furniture A Crockery,
BLIP IRAK EE T.
J. B. AHRENBECK,
IN FRONTOFZADOWS BOOT SHOP,
has constai'tly on hand a large and fine
supply of fresh and salt meats, such as
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Pickled Pork,
Prices.—Beef, 3 l-2c per lb.,-and all
other meat in proportion. Cwh paid for
good beeves. g35-6m.
A LL persons wishing to improve heir
xjl stock of Horses will do well to call
and examine Jo. Wier's Green MountaH
Morgan StalH"n, a dapple gr^y. 1<5J hnm*
Lone Star Depot
AGE S TS.
Booksellers and Stationers*
and general dealers in
EF. VIRGIN, successor to D. Mm*
• pay, Defcler in seeds, No. >04
Gravier street, bet. Camp sad Maga tine
streets. New Orleanf g31-ly
MOODY, BRADLEY &. CO.,
COTTON AND WOOL
General Commission Merchante
WE will furnish Bagging and Bope ea
Cotton to 1>« shipped to us, and
will make liberal advances on consign-
ments for sale or shipment. g2Sly-
DICKINSON & CLAYTON.
DICKINSON Sc COCHRAN,
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