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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kimball Herald — 20 May 1860
r7^ \\ A QUARTERLY PAPER—DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF "OUR STATE." • • VOL. I. PUBLISHED AT THE VILLAGE OF KIMBALL, BOSQUE COUNTY, MAY 20, 1860. W 1- From the Nocogdoclies Chronicle. Hen McCulloch at Nan Jacinto. "At the battle of San Jacinto I was in com- mand of one piece of artillery. The tire from it opened on the enemy about two hundred yards distant. We advanced after each discharge, keeping it in advance of the infantry, until we were within less than two hundred yards ot their breastwork, at which time 1 had aimed the gun, but was delayed in tiring for a moment by General Houston, who passed awoss, some thirty yards in front of the gun, and was at that tiine nearly that distance in advance of everv man in that part of the field." Ben McCulloch. Brave Ben, why stand with your match in your hand ? There are Mexican foes in your sight; The hour has come when there is hope for the land,| And your brethren aro keen for the fight. Let the " Twin Sister "* speak—her terrible breath L...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kimball Herald — 20 May 1860
V V- r<\: K1MBALW HERALD matvbdairniav ii , i sou. TMR KI.^HAf.I. HRKAI.II. TO OL'K MATRONS. Vll.||i«E of Kimbai.i., I May I ft, 1800 f In presenting ourselves before the public we «hall make no extravagant promises, therefore we cannot hereuftor be charged with breaking them. Correspondence « I III F.nglantl. 7th. That the village of Kimball, al- j though now only capable of boating of w„ g¡ve beJpw a fopy uf a ,eUpr rp. her blacksmith «hop, her scohol li oime nnil cenUy wr¡u<.n toi Mem, jn jl0nd0lli who her humble dwelling house*, not forget- h#g ^ idp¡j ()f for(. W| em¡ Qt¡on ting the Gothic Mansion, will, through parly t0 TexuB. We ,l(ive> bo(h pmon, power, u|)y a[1(j |)y ]ettPri vvarned him of tlir risks be runs by projecting ntid uttempt- I o parties living at a distance these . , . . ' 1 s ing to carry out such an enterprise; but may be regarded as wild and visionary „H ¡s sang|(¡n(¡ (|)at ,)e run m ¡t ideas, but how many are there now in gufh „ ag hp |)i¡nkg w¡), be...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kimball Herald — 20 May 1860
♦ must Before closing this we i of our village notables business. not neglect one The Market Gardner, Mr. Sparks. He, with his wife and a half dozen children, has settled in a quiet nook formed by the junction of Hopewell creek and the Brazos. Everybody in the neighborhood knows Sparks, for he is an industrious man; and although it is his delight to talk about Missouri, for Mis- souri is his standard; yet his patient in- dustry will be beneficial to the village, as will be evidenced by the large amount of " garden truck " he will dispose of the next season to the immense number of wagoners that will cross the river Brazos just at the point his garden is situated. Concrete Unlldinft. I am prepared to put up Concrete Build- ings at as low a rate as is consistent with using the very best materials and faithful workmanship. I am also prepared to enter into con- tracts for furnishing an unlimited quantity of first rate lime at reduced rates. RICHARD PRAZIER, Corner Pease and Houston sts....
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kimball Herald — 20 May 1860
—- KIMBALL HERALD Paler the Violet . I.e MtuWathiiiflon. v oliver we i.i. HOI.IIKS. wejjdem Her banda are eold, Éfr face is white : No more her puUcs come and go : Her «rea are abut to life and light: Fold tbe white vesture, snow and snow, And lay bar where the violets blow. But not beneath á graven stone, To plaad for tears with alien eyes : A slender cross of wood aloue * Shall lay, that here a maiden lies In peace beneath the peaceful skie*. [apéela! Corn**: f«i:dent*t* of I be I ¡cay«lie.; Wasuikuton. May I, IStlw. The Chai'leHiiin Convention bus* not been ru tiiely barron of re;w1Í3. We have two conven- tions instead of one. A Northern selection l>e- mocratic nominatioa and a Southern sectional Democratic nomination may lie the result. I 1ih plan for breaking up the convention is said to have been (brined here some week ajio. The scheme wis first announced in the New York Leaders. But the instructions to the Ala- bama delegation may have been quite adequate raductiou of tbe ...