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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 28 July 1852

rigpi 1 i I If sr issi 8 I H te JSL f-l -.-t 1 I -. ...r- i . immnv.i!i U1.1.J "1.11..U. -' '- i I III. ll.jliuimwifl J". A". MSILOP (agriculture is the true nursery of 1'Atriotism.) Pablislier. YOL. I. BRAZORIA TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 23 1852. ST0. 5. - " ' i--vewrvr -a-. J.-.J- i- 'Jl- '. LtgCtn " " " -" J " " ill jl (1 . SEE TrnZMM UMTm IS rUBLISIIED EVERY -WEDNESDAY. SAMUEL L. FOWLER TERMS. SuCSCMFTIOX Three dollars a year in advance or four at the end of the rear. ADVERTISEMENTS Will be inserted at one dol- lar per square of ten lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from the above rates to those who advertise by tins year. Advertisements from a distance must be accompa- nied with the cash or a knotrn reference. All advertisements not marked with the number of insertions will be published till forbid and charged accordingly. All contracts for advertising or otherwise to be binding must be made with the Editor or his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 28 July 1852

e3RZZ-il2.ZmncrzSSiZXl v y x Jjl lit r Xj A jl ijaii f ;SASgIB3a FOWfffEffi Sdstor. f BRAZORIA TTejse-jtay saiy SS 2.S52 Much interest is being taken at. the pre- sent tirn in various pails of our state on the subject of railroads. We see in almost every paper notices of meetings and prelim- inary organizations for tlie purpose of setting enterprises of this nature on toot. These meetings betoken a spirit which we are glad JsST Those of our planters who are al ready subscribers and wish to send the Texas Planks; to their friends out of the county we shall- charge but two dollars a rear. SSF" We most respectfully ask the post masters of the following counties to act as agents for the Texas Planter Colorado. "Wharton ?Iatagorda Fort Bend and Brazoria. To any post master who will send us three paying subscribers Ave Trill send one copy free of chaige. attoe:ey general. We are authorized t announce tlie name of JOHN SAYLES as a candidate for the oinee of Attoraey-GenersL at tlie ensuing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 28 July 1852

YOUTH'S DERPATMEKT. &XS3SB 2?I 3T22S 3I52i2i. g n. a c i: e n vr o o d. jdany years asjo in a pleasant village of r-Tevr England lived the little jjirl whose ' true story I am about t- relate Lizzie Stone the only daughter of the miller. Lizzie v: a child whom everybody loved ; not only because she was so pretry lively and intelligent but tor her being so sweet. gentle and peaceable so truly good. Liz- ie had two brothers a few rears older than Lerschj who- were rcry fond of her and of "whom she was very fond. These three children always went to school and to church together and played in perfect agree- ment. Ithap-nened that one simnv autumn after noon they had a visit from two little girls iieir coir-ins. who lived about; a mile dis- tant. They had a wild joyous time; they played in the yard in the barn and all Hie lioue. Mrs. Sfone who was a kind pleas- ant woman looked on and laughed if she d:d not mingle in their sport She got them :i nice early tea by themselves: and when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 28 July 1852

!1WfZ-S'ZX-''J A-'.- VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND FOll SALEIN 33KAOZRIA COXU'IT. o TO be sold on liberal terms one half cash rnd the balance in one and two years about 1500 acres of rich bottom lands well timbered nearly one half bicrh aud peach situated about three miles south of Bi-azoria the north of Gulf Prairie two miles west of the Brazos river and one mile east of the Bernard. There is about twelve acres cleared with a small improvement ; the whole well adapted for a ?mrar plantation and entirely free from overflow. 1 lie title is muispmalile bung one ol the first grants made in Stephen F. Austin's Colon- to "Win. Cunmiings being part of his headright l.'aoue. 1'or particulars apply to Sam'l A. Cununings Bra- zoria. Brazoria June 1S 1S52 nl y fUE subscriber having purchased the Iron .A. Foundry in this city laU.lv ov.ned by Dr. X. K. Kelluni'rcspcctufiy "informs" the public that he is prepared to furnish castings of every descrip"- tion for cotton gins saw grist and sugar mills &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 1 January 1853

T ag"s"""iTtVfrf VOL. 2. arare:wu&jm"nm'i.un!i riv rinri ! 'J THS TEKiS PLASTSJ. Ts Published every Yf edncsday. TA5?. II. R3LL ) A.53. LA.IM.WP Hditor3 & PitorRiLioas. T C II JI 3 . SSJBSfJItrPTrON' S250 a year in advance; 3 withi-i W mouths: or $3.50 lit the end of the year. ADvrJS.insaiIri.NTTS Will be inserted at one dol- lar per square of ten lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for- each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from the ab ope rates to those who advertispbythevgi

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 1 January 1853

Tijc Gtiauo 5s3ai2ds. apt. Congdon of the barque Haniot mton recently trom the L-mncha Islands municates to the Providence Journal n. ny readable account of the Islands the lippincr that frequent them the mode of ading the vessels and the kind of life there torn which we make the following extract : u Vessels all load nJ the lee side of the dand. At this time the guano has been cmoved from the edg& cf the Maud in Llaces. snvone thousand feet. Rails are ld. aiul cars Userr-trr-fen g-Iun tha edge of iiie f-w.ksana dump it into huge bins or tutes mjue ot long poles interwoven- with ppes nuc-chains to support tnem wide aS e uppe ends and narrow at tiie lower. l'hestj hod from one hundred to five hun- Ired tons At the lower end are gales or scuttles xnd from these gates arc canvass ags of about two feet in diameter leadini- to the shVps and boats below. The ships pre hauled close to the rocks and moored- )ff and on. The hose are led at once into' phe hatch the gales above arc hoisted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 1 January 1853

ssssstssss: Professional Cards. jr. W..EIAKLRES&E. 3ff. PEASE. Attorneys attil Counsellors ai Law Brazoria Texas. Will attend all the Courts in Brazoria County the District Court of Hatagorda Colorado Fort Bend and Austin and the Supreme Court of the State. Also the Supreme Court of the United States. ju7 ly 1S52. PJSTJEK. JTic6J22.EAS;. Attorney tit iLavr 3r;w:oriit Tex- as. Will practice in the Courts of the Pirst Judical District and the Supreme Court of the -Mate ; also u. S. federal Court at Galveston. ju? 1-v 832 3. II. BS2L Attortaey at 2Lar Srazvla Tex- as. Will practice in the Courts of the firt Judicial District and in the Supreme Court of Tex- as. junelTly 31. S. Ji2JSt- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLCR AT LAW Brazoria. Office Court House m.ir SO ly ttorasey asail Co:ai-elir :it ILaw Brazoria Texas. H ora.CC Ci2ae Attorney aud-Counsellov at Law near Cola n'jia Brazoria coifnty exa. S is- SaAJS JJOIAttornev and" CSaaaJLiiLaic Law Bi'i' .s-ait-!iJt'a5gyt'''w"':esaa.gyTywrt3 OFFI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 1 January 1853

Cataract of t&e Nevada. Not only 15 California remarkable for her gold fields her valleys of unsurpassed beau- ty mid leitihtj her snow-capped mountains under a vertical sun. Tier loi-ac-uf !;. to the skies; but California can boast of one ot the most remarkable water falls on the globe. The source of the north fork of the auutu ion oi uie American river of Califrr- "'V ? "eauntui mountain lake that fed by the beautiful mountain lake that fed bv the melting snows. X llh "'3 S nerham .r i. fi "Ji ' uuiixe ppniap any other lake m the world. W ..t- iiifinf. .i...i. i . -.. - .uo umL pour tner water3 hi near m 1-r -"u uu u.e one Slde einjt in- into the Bay of Sail Francisco and on ";"' lnLO Uie reat central ba- sin of the continent to be absorbed by the sands of the desert. Th l-VI ;- .i A.. five miles id length but rests in a basin of the mountains of which the -eastern and Western edges are so nearlv upon a level toth Vater fl:'VS uninerruPtedIy from Almost immediately after leavi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 30 November 1853

Jjm & V -DEVOTED TO LITERATORE AGRICULTURE AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE VOL. 2. BliAZOPJA TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1853. MX 22. T EXAS MS TEXAS PfcASfTJHR. Is Published every Wednesday. JAS. E. BELL 1 A. S. LATIIROP JiD1T0RS Propbietohs. TERMS SUBSCRIPTION 2.50 a Vear. in advance' within six months: or S3.5ftt tlioonrl nfth v. ADVERTISEMENTS Will be inserted at one" dol- lar per square of ten lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from the above rates to those who advertise by the year. $3 IP d m 5F21 My Russet Gown. My russet gown is dear to me Though years have passed away Since my young heart beat joyously Beneath its folds of gray. No jewels hung around my neck Or "littered in my hair ; With lightsome step I tript along ily spiiit knew no care; The roses near my windows crept And shed their sweets around Hdid as the bed on which I' slept But yet my sleep was sound. ily russet gown I laid aside For one of lich br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 30 November 1853

- 1 At v 3V d. S cSsi WSBCEJBHMiW nMswastsecfsasibCz: BRAZORIA. Wednesday Nov. SO iS53. 0. VT. ROBINSON is our authorized agent. A weeks or two since we noticed the ac- cidental death of a son of Mr. Eli Dial while hunting with a son of Mr. Andrew E. "Westall. It has been suggested to us. that from the language of our notice some blame might possibly be imputed to the son of Mr. Westall at least that he might be supposed to have acted carelessly. Such was not the case and wc would much re- gret that our hasty allusion to the unfortu- nate event should produce any such impres- sion. Mr. West all's son is a small boy only ten vears of aire and the accident was one which might have happened with even careful men. We allude to this matter again that no wrong impression may he made and out of respect for the feelings of "th"eTTneTIa5-antrTeJativesof the parties concerned. The fall term of the District Court for Brazoria County commenced its session in this place on Monday. The following ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 30 November 1853

s &JJWHJJ-12. ."- ggWWWJ'WUt l.iJiaLw.aJLihmi-'-J-i Q TIic Morse: In tlie reports of the speeches at the re- cent exhibition of iioraes in Springfield we have not seen that any one of the speakers uihided o historical matters respecting that noble and useful animal or gave any statis- tics in regard to horses in this country. The first horses brought into any part of the territory at present embraced in the IT. Sttxtes were landed in Florida by Cabeca de 2?eca 1527 forty-two in number all of .which perished or were otherwise killed.' The next importation was also brought to Florida by De Soto in 1539. In 160S the French introduced the horse into Cana- da. In 1609 the English landed at James- town in Virginia having seven iiorses with them. In 1G29 Francis Kigsfroson- im- ported horses and other domestic animals in the colony of Massachusetts Bay. In 1 G25 .the Dutch Company imported horses into jSewYork. In 17 ."50 the French of Illinois were in possession of considerable number...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 30 November 1853

Jfc li i i l mn fl jtaUSLAHaUJi r1lJJV'l i-s Trofeasional Cards. J". W. MAKI5.4S & JE. lVL. riiASJi. Attor&eye stnd Connsellorts at .W Brasoria Texas. Will attend all the Courts in Brazoria. County the District -Court of Matagorda Colorado Fort Bend and Austin and the Supreme Court of the State. Also the Supreme Court of the United States. ju7 ly 852. " PETSffc ncftSML Attorney at Law Brazoria Tex- as. Will practice in the Courts of the First Judical District and the Supreme Court of the State ; also U. S. Federal Court at Galveston. ju7 ly 85a " jr. II. .BElLJi Attorney at JLaw Brazoria Tex- as. Will practice in the Gourts of the first Judicial District and in the Supreme Court of Tex- M. junel71y mr s. ifiDissoJi. " TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Brazoria. Office Court Hou3e. mar 30 ly SA7ISTTRI"- ... FOWLER ttorney and Counsellor at Raw Brazoria Texa3 Horace Cone-Attorney and counsellor at. Law near Columbia Brazoria county Texas. iSXJSiS. S- LATHitOP Attorney and Counsell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 14 December 1853

& ft wSsr m$sg?h -DEVOTED TO LITERATURE AGRICULTURE AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE- VOL. 2. BEAZOEIA TEXAS "WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 14 1853. KG. 94. 1 IP J JL JJ it; 4S&&& IT C3s5 Tgm l pj tSoT Is Published every Wednesday. AIlATHROP EDXTOB8&PtfMEIOBS. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION $250 a year in advance; $3 -kh;u -is ui".' -; or .$350 at the end of the year. ADV1SRT1SBUEXTS Will be inserted at one dol- lar ps- -quart wf ten lines or less for the first insertion ?.r.l Ifty cents for each subsequent insertion A. i'beral discount from the above s xaiss- to ." i v '"o advertise by the year. 2? m t siir Slopes aiicOFedrs. Our'hopcs aiu like the wreaths of foam Tiat glitter on each shining wave When with a gushing sound they coma The yrhitc and thirsty beach to lave. The vaters part the ripples gleam A mon.ont i the silent shore And vhis1. - -he hopes that seem A uiomat t.jight andare no more. ISseking vjt c e for fame for power To the f:ur 1 reads of life we cling ior hope we J1 a wither...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 14 December 1853

BRAZORIA. Wednesday iec. It 5.S53. O. Y. ROBINSON is our authorized accent. "We are authorized to state that the Eev. M. G. Connoly will preach in this place next Sunday evening. On last Friday morning we were visited by a real bona-fide white frost the first of the season. There was ice formed at least a quarter of an inch in thickness. This will "no doubt destroy all the seeds of the yellow fever which were remaining in the atmosphere. The existence of the Cholera in New Orleans can no longer he doubted although j the local press make no mention of it. Pas- sengers who came by the last boat say that it is quite fatal there. The Civilian cC Gazette has changed j owners in part. Mr. Furuson has retired ! Temperance. The Temperance movement seems to have reached our State before it could fairly be anticipated. The shouts of its triumphant votaries have scarcely lost their echo in the hills of New England until" the dram drink- ers aud the rum sellers of Texas are sum- moned to surren...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 14 December 1853

"We 3rd authorized to announce it. J W. Reee 03 a candidate for Sheriff of Brazoria courity at the next August election1. SUPERIOR. T0TAfr IW USE feays a physician of B. A. Fabnestoek's TermifugCj after having tried other remedies. FROM DR. JOHN G. CHAMBERS. Daxgerfield Titus Co. Texas Feb. 23 1S53. Messrs. B. A. Falincstoch & Co. Gentlemen I have been doing a regular prac- tice asu physician in this county for the last twelve years and have often had occasion to administer your Vermifuge at first from necessity in the absence of Pink Hoot kC but during the last se- ven or eight years from choice. It affords md & pleasure to assure you that it Has proven in iriy hands a remedy superior to any I have ever used. Yours respectfully JOHN G. CHAMBERS. Sold wholesale and retail by all the principal druggists and country merchants throughout the United States. Sold by nov 23 lm E. Pcrcell & C: Vaiitable .Plantation. Tract for Sale. 1 gl C"3 (& Acres about 3 miles ab'o've Br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 14 December 1853

. -V. f-lUl'l'l rrmrr"rr" m mi nm-uii Professional Cards. J. W. IIASIMS & B. 51. JPEASJS. Attorneys aad CoEiiiaellors at iuaw Brazoria Texas. Will attend all the Courts in Brazoria County the District Court of Matagorda Colorado Fort Bend and Austin and the Supreme Court of the State. Also the Supremo Court of the United States. ju7 ly 1852. fiE:ff.ER 3KcrRJSA&. A itoriiej a 2Liav ESraxoria Tes- fX as. "Will practice in the Courts of the First Judical District and the Supreme Court of the gtate ; also U. S. Federal Court at Galveston. ju7 ly S52 3S. JS. 25. Cillers OFFICE Brazoria Texas A ttorney at law Brazoria 'ffex--- as. "Will practice in the Courts of the first Judicial District and in the Supreme Court of Tex- i A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW JSk. Brazoria. Oifice Court House. mar 30 ly ttoraev asid Coiixasellor atJLaw Braycrio Texas. Horace Co sac Attorney and Counsellor at Law near Columbia Brazoria county jfexas. j3& ii S- JL A'ff EIKO P Attorney and Counsellor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 1 February 1854

"fc. t '"V ar-a-f r. ? 4f $& " - . ft t SBBaaannaMBEMSSfis DEVOTED TO LITERATURE AGRICULTURE AN) GENERAL INTELLIGENCE T' i r 1 Vj - m t hj w w ik. s. n . m Lm i VOL. 2. THE TEXAS PLASTER. Is Published every Wednesday. isLLATlROP EBS&Paomxnoag.- TJERMS. ' rUBSGRIPTION $250' a year in advance; $3 within six months; or $350 at the end of the year ADVERTISEMENTS Will be-lnserted at one dol- lar per square of ten lines' or less for the firet insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from the abpve rates to those who advertise by the year. j. IP IE) IE W Tiie Voice of Autum imja. B? W. C. BRTAXT. -JIhre.comc?rfebm yonderjjeight - - A soft repining sound Where forest -leaves are bright AndialLiike leaves.of light To the ground. It is the autumn breeze That lightly floating on. Just skimsitbeTveedy leasr- Just stirTtEe glowing trees And'is gone. He moans by sedgy brook And visits with a sigh The last pa'-e flowers that look. From out their sunny noo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 1 February 1854

lfJ -t.' 45 3P f -Z VjiC - i K" THE PLANTER. BRAZORIA. Wednesday Web. 1 LS54. 0. V. ROBINSON is our authorized agent. - The Austin State Gazette of the 17 th ult. says that the loan bill had been defeated an the Senate the previous day. The vote -was fourteen for to eighteen against it. There was some talk of an effort being made to have this vote reconsidered. We learn that Andrew Robinson died t Col. Hall's plantation on last Friday from injuries received from a fall from a horse a few days previous. He was the contractor for carrying the mail from Galves- ton to Matagorda by the way of Columbia Brazoria &c J. We are requested to state that Jas. Clarkson will deliver a Lecture iu-tL-nlaoa on Saturday evening the 11th inst. on :the uubject of temperance. Theie will be an ef- fort made at that time to establish a Lodge of the order of6ood Samaritans. All are invited to attend. We see an account in one of the N. York papers which gives a statement of the a- .mount of property des...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 1 February 1854

i 4 V. Ir. Morse's jA IPhenomaion in Medicine. TTEALTn RESTORED'amnifcaensthcned by -OL Dr. Morse's Invigorating Elixir orGordiaU For c&nUtrics Medical science has been ransacking the vegetable and mineral kingdoms in search of something that should restore the lost or decaying energies of the nervous and muscular systems with- out the drawback of subsequent prostration which all stimulants tonics and narcotics had heretofore entailed. 'Jhat something has been found. It is a vegetable production brought from the sterile des- erts of Arabia the Stony by the celebrated Prof. M. Morse well known as a distinguished member of the leading scientific societies of -the Old World and equally distinguished as a physician a chemist and a. traveler. The juices of this herb concentra- ted and combined with other vegetable medicinal extracts arc now producing results heretofore un- heard of in this or any other country. At first the propertiesattribated to Prof. Morse's Invigorating Elixer or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 1 February 1854

Saife-"We9trn TSoost Store JTo &6 Grarier Street Jfeiv Orleans. IT B. MoGlNNLYGS (successor to John 3 Ball") having purchased the entire stock of Books and Stationery belonging to the late John Ball he will continue the Book and Stationery business at the old stand 56 Gravier street and would beg to solicit a call from the old customers of tha Uou-;e and all others wishing Books and Stationery for their own use or to sell gain. To Country Jerchants who wish to buy to sell again he can offer great inducements kaving a thorough knowledge of the business in all its branches and great facilities for getting atoek at the lowest rates. His assortment of School Books Theological and Missellaneous Books Blank Books Paper and Stationery is very complete. He will keep constantly on hand all the Publications ol the Jethodist Book Concern ; which will be sold at catalogue prices. Book Binding of every description executed with ' neatness and despatch at the lo westprices. Blank Books of all...

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