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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prairie Blade — 17 November 1855
mmt %&jst tSfc !^-mt BLADI '*r. IOUGHKIDGE & BYERS, ,-c'/ jftJCffm I'r^* ^jjc — AOLu^* v P / _ .^■--yj*0i- ~ ** T* * ® di >■■,# i Ptaf Justitia, tual (blunt. fat i fc'L ttT JtfSTlC* Bfi PONS THOVSH T ft 8 -.££ ttENS SHALL FALL. ^trrf CAJpr£& - i" r rt*' nirVf r — • *• — — *-*■ — ^ ■ . . . < ■ i * Publishers and . i. CORSICANA. NAVARRO COUNTY, «EXAS, NOVEMBER 17, 1855, NO. 49. :'TH G PR A 1 H 1 U Ml i i> li, 'TOUCHED EVERT SATURDAY HORSING BY f J,R. LOUGH RIDGE &. AM. BYERS. TERMS: "Prairie Blade" is published every morning, it $2 50, in advance paid in si t months, or $4 00, at $• end of the year. No paper will be dis- continued, except at che option of the publish- ers, until all arrearages are paid. Advertisements inserted at the rate of SI efir4t idJririMftrti w, -TSni nnes oj t« afiste. !-&*R6etiit deduction will be made to those who' advertise by the 5CF* PaofEasioNAL and Bpsikvs Cards, 1 square, one year, $18 00; six months, $7 00; (lasee months, $...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prairie Blade — 17 November 1855
ft & I. .... .Editor. ■iiii«nt«nin CORSICANA, TEXAS, Sftwday Morning, November 17, 1855 Axsoohciko Candidates for Omct: Beat Office#. ..,.$3 00 Donaty Officer 5 00 District Offices ....10 00 StateOffiees .15 00 IT Invariably in Advance. g § f} $ Legal Advertisements will be skated in this tapes, unless they us -a<5co*panied by the hokey, or m payment assumed by some re8- pon9ible person* such A b verti8c- ments arb. in all casjes due at the tt*e of their insertion. itr We call attention to Mr. W bite'* no- sice to all persons having deeds in the office, to.come and take them out Mr. W. has la- Wed for us for several years. Many of his most valuable papers are destroyed, and we are sore oar citizens will Bow respond to bis call.- , CP In last week's iBsne, in the article of VV. H. Neblett, Esq., read criminals and pau- pers, instead of foreigners and paupers. Evans Elected.—From a gentlemen of undoubted veracity, who is just from Austin, we learn that the great disputed questi...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prairie Blade — 17 November 1855
JtflXXO&D, Nor. 6th, 1855. Zkktr Sir: At your paper is a well |HO#a plroeito of temperance, and for tfo promotion of every social virtue, cal- culated to improve morality, and as a con- sequence, make happier communities, I |tfwi presumed on your character, to send you a tjietcb,-—a very short sketch,—of the installation of officers of the Social Dfegtee, la connection with the Temple of Honor, this place—which took place «n Saturday 3d inst. At the oppointed bour the officers, and members of the De> gree, marched in procession, to the place appointed for installation, where were already assembled quite a respectable con- course of citizens to witness the ceremo- nfo#, which possessed for the greater part if not all, the attraction of entire novelty. The following persons were then rep- larly installed as officers for the ensuing HMtn i; - ^ • : -Mtss Margaret E. Dickson, s. p. t. ; J. H. Hudson, 6, ?. t. ; A. Mcgee, s. v. r.; T&^fLEHckson, b. v. t. ; M. J. Dick- ton, s. ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prairie Blade — 17 November 1855
m «t This bard times and scarcity we hire reduced the price of #0 per hundred at our steam -jSiSt of Magnolia, and 29 miles ■ Fairfield. A general assortment on %«n<L We will deliver lumber at Fairfield, Corsicana, Springfield, or at any point of the adisifrtOT: counties at short notice and reason* SlrtaSr. THOS. E. SUGGS & SONS. Steam Mill, Anderson co. Juno 9,'55-26~3m ET Waco Era will copy to amt of $5 and Charge this office. JFKESH SUJPJPJLW RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Navarro, and the public generally, that they have just received a large, handsome, an<7 well selected stock of 'SPRING AND SUMMER my goods. Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, Castings. fcc. &c., which they will sell unusually low for CASH, and respectfully solicits a share of public patronage'. Call ana examine for your- selves, before purchasing elsewhere.' Corsicana, June' ?, 1855-8-1y NPhlNG $ SUMMER CLOTHING. Vests, Coats, &c., ol the latest, jL patterns, just received and for sale by MIC...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prairie Blade — 29 February 1856
IPl §1*^1 '- ' mm IMM A WeeJdy Newspaper, Independent in Politics; Devoted to Agriculture,i^mmerce, Morality, Literature, and General News. m Fiat Jusiitia, rua tpfi alum _-T7 —-T* _ CORSICANA, NAVARRO COUNTY, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 29, 1856. iill&iiillfi •« NO. XI m t*IE HISS, y sattjbpa"? mobmng by .M.BYERS, TERMS: published ever£ sabrning, it §2 GO, in advance If notpaid within two months ; $3 00 paid at the excitation of ax mouths, 00, at the endofthe year. No paper J "*«edt|M5ept at the option of .iages are paid, at th£ rate of $1 rjtfon, and 80 cents _____ MBiaB , .. . r made to those who advertise by the Pbofbssiobal and Business Cards re,one year, $1800; six months, $7 £0; months, $5 00; 2 sqnares, one fear, $1800; six months, $12 00 ; 4hreemonths, Ag 00, (the paper included in all rases.) v Iy AU Job work must be paid for on deliv ery.as we keep no regular hwok account. - : List of A gents. Mr. B. D. Gerreft is our agent for this coun- Hid A. Rocker, New Kentuck, Johnson ) ■ r...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prairie Blade — 29 February 1856
* •!>- « :x V"-' PRAIRIE BLADE. J. R. LOUGH RIDGE,. . T.T.Tr..Editor. CORSIC ANA,* TEXAS, Friday Morning, February 29,1856. AKNotrticiKG Candidates for Office : Beat Offices #3 00 County Offices 5 00 District Offices.... .10 00 State Offices ........ j5 00 ET Invariably in Advance. «£3> M 9 n q 3 § $ 3 No Legal Advertisements will be in8erted in this paper,* t3nx.rs8 thev arb accompanied by the money, or THE payment assumed by some res. ponstble person. StTCH advertise- ments are in all cases due at the time op their insertion. v 8 awiJ'j _ varroeeanty. Election on the firs in August next .* ^ .V ' O* We are requested and authorized to an Bounce A. Duren, as a Candidate for the office of County I'leik for ftavanro Comity. Eleetion'on the first Monday in August next. 83* We are authorized and requested to announce Jeremiah Cunningham as a candi- date for the office of Awessor and Tax Col- lector for Navarro County. Election on the first Monday in August next. O* We are authoriz...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prairie Blade — 29 February 1856
mmm. mm — r I could auce anything in- Crump made a fly- at a half a dozen keys in a instant she fetched a wow, at the conclofion as many keys with This came over Jenkin3like a :h, and over me like a rake of briers. at recovered from this fore Bliss Angusta repeated the accompanied it with « pinched cat. TKis threw me fit; fyut, from resppct to Ihe ;1 maintained my position. ) a third grasp with the right, 010 faces, of six keys in a row with it the same time raised one unearthly bowls that ever is* 'the throat of a human being, seemed the signal for universal up roar and destruction. She now threw away all reserve, snd charged the piano witbber whole force. She boxed it, she clawed i% she raked it, she scraped it. Her neck-vein swelled, her chin flew up, her face flushed, her ey? glared, her bo* som beaved ; she screamed, she bowied, ' she ye lie d ca^tled, a^d was in the act of *h«?eTItng upon the note of a screech-owl, when T took the SU Yitus's dance and rSbed outof the room. "Go...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prairie Blade — 29 February 1856
is . •• ■ |t if; :- •'> -vf; mm « 'mi. ■J . .J, * sag =? mi. mm (C * FOX & JACOBS. wheblock & cobsicana.' WOULD respectfully announce to the cit- izens of Corsicana, and public generally, have just received and opened a TOOK OF NEW GOODS,. at store house of Wybrarits tf- Ran- som, adjoining the Drug Store, onj the east side of the publ ie square—where they will centinue to receive fresh suffices of the FINEST AMD BEST ARTICLES, irom tbe Eastern cities; They ha?e now on hand a large supply of Clothing, ^ _ r . '§t>l^thfirg, |8||feting of Over and Frock Coats, Pants, Vests, &c. -yf* ' ' ' ' Jast recieved and for sale cheap byi POX & JACOBS. 1, Linseys,1 Flannels,'fAlpaccas ' plain and figured, just opened and for saleby ?. & J. VQMEST1CS; Linens, Ky. Jeans, Cass- JLrmeresand Satinetts, in store and for saleby y F. & J. BOOTS, Shoesi Hats, Caps, &e-,«A§ just rece ived'and for sale by j F.&.1 irCfiBRELLAS and sSiiSI cheap by Parasols for sale : F. &...