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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 12 July 1856

'1 Si' i -. ." Tí ?« A <■ i I ) i f I. r ' *4? ill VOLUME Í. RICHMOND, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 12. 1856. RICHMOND REPORTER. PUNTED AMD FUBLIUUCD IT WILLIAM F. FERGUSON. The HiPOETiR to published every Saturday mom- ia* fit §4 50 per annum, payable in advance. No Subscription taken for leu than one year. Bates op Advertising.—For each square of eight 11ms or less, first insertion, • • • f 1 00 Each subsequent insertion, • • • 50 Business Cards, tight lines or less per annum, 10 00 • Ow column, payable quarterly in advance, Vner annum, ... . . 135 00 HaltohMM 65 00 Quarter column,'' - - • ■ -• - 35 00 If cards or yearly advertisements are at any time •mitted, a pro rata discount will be made. Notices ot a' personal character, if admitted, will 1M charged double price. Marriage and obituary notices, if over five lines, irUI hereafter be charged for as an advertisement. Those advertising by the year will be confined to their legitimate business. Advertisements not marked with the numbe...

Publication Title: Richmond Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 12 July 1856

* \' > N K J RICHMOND REPORTER SATURDAY MORNING, JULY IS, 1806. QP* We ^irt authorized to announce GEORGE *. FOSTER, w it candidate for the office of Chief Justice of Fort Bend County. Election first Mon- day in August next. W* are authorised to announce GUSTAVE COOK a* a candidate for the office of Chief Justice Bend county. Election first Monday is August next. QT We are authorised to announce C. W. PAR- ROTT, at a candidate for the office of Chief Jus- tice of Fort Bead county. Election first Monday In August no>t. " V We are authorised to announce Judge F. M. GIBSON as a candidate for theoflice of District Attorney of the 1st Judicial District. HT We are authorised to announce JOHN S. SHROPSHIRE as a candidate for the oflice of Dis- trict Attorney, of the First Judicial District. UP* We are authorised to announce GEO. W. McAULEY as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Fort Bend county. Election first Monday in August next. Ey We are authorised to announce W. A LOCK HAR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 12 July 1856

' - . 'i , "i" f i O 1 I t i I \ 1 ( 4 The Washington correspondent of the liew York Courier and Enquirer, under date of June 15th, writes, The governaent is in possession of intelli- gence from Mexico, which indicates impor- tant events. The government of Mexico is in terioua difficulties, resulting from its for- eign debt. The object of the Spanish Ex- pedition is to compel payment of the indem- nities due but wholly neglected, for a long aerie's of years. Th'e claims of France and England are of the same character, and it is apprhended that the feeble governmen of the Peninsula is privately supported by those powers in her fomidable demonstration against Mexico. It is presumed that the - first step in the movement against the im- poverished and bebtridden republic will be the seizure and occupation of Vera Crnz, and the consequent sequestration of the du- ties collected there, until the claims of the . assaulting party were satisfied. _ In this emergency, when a European coa- lit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 12 July 1856

vy Life is to have no Work to do. B*! jn who at the anvil toil, And strike the founding blow, Wkm, from the burniog iron' breast, The «parka fly to and fro, While answering to the hammer' ring, And flit's inteneer glow— 01 while we feel 'tie hard to toll And sweat the long day through, Beaaember it is harder still To hare no work to do. Bo! ye who till the stubborn soil, Whose hard hands guide the plow, Who bead beneath the summers sun, With burning cheek and brow— To deem the curse still clings to earth. From olden times till now— But while ye feel 'tis hard to Ail And labor all day through, Remember it is harder still To bare no work to do. Ho|! ye who plough the sea's blue fields— Who ride the restless wave, Beneath whose gallant vessel's keel There lies a yawning grave. Around whose bark the wintry winds Like fiends of fury rave— O I while ye feel 'tis hard to toil And labor long hours through, . Beaaember it is harder still To have no work to do. Bo I ya upon whose fever'd chee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 2 August 1856

::am aMMMHMWPM ■v-. ftn AuÜ j HMMH VOLUME I. RICHMOND, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1856. RICHMOND REPORTER PUNTEO UB FUILUIKD IT William f. fergubon. . The RcPOBTBR U publiihed every Saturday morn- ing al #3 60 per annum, payable in advance. no subscription taken for less than one year. Rates or Advertising.—For each iquare of eight linea or Ioh, first insertion, - - • §1 00 Each subsequent insertion, ... 50 Basinets Cuds, tight lines or less per annum, 10 00 One column, payable quarterly in advance, per annum, . . . . 125 00 Hair column, ..... 65 00 Quarter column 35 00 If cards or yearly advertisements are at any time •mitted, a pro rata discount will be made. Notices ot a personal character, if admitted, will he charged double price. Marriage and obituary notices, if over five lines, «rill hereafter be charged for as an advertisement. Those advertising by the year will be confined to their legitimate business. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions, will be publis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 2 August 1856

RICHMOND KEPOBTER SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1806. !y\V« aro authorized to anuounco OKOKGE S. FOSTER, asa candidato for the ofticu of Chief Justice of Fort Ueud County. Election first Moil day in August next. iy We are authorized to anuounco (¡ I "STAVE COOK as a candidate for the office of Chief Justice of Fort Bend county. Election first Monday in August nett. __ . Cf We are authorised to announco C. W. l'AIC- ROTT, a candidate for the office of Chief Jus- tice of Fort Bend county. Election first Monday iftAw&Mt next. iy We are authorised to announce Judge F. M. GIBSON as a candidate for the office of District Attorney of the iwt Judicial District. CP" We are authorised to announce JOHN S. SHROPSHIRE as a candidate for the office of Dls- trict Attorney, of the First Judicial District. BP We are authorised to announce CEO. W. McAULEY as a candidate for the office of Sheriff •f Fort Bend county. Election first Monday in August next. cr We are authorised to announce W. A LOCKAKT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 2 August 1856

i i '4 \ f - i I f [ Written for the Richmond Reporter. Miscellaneous Enigma. t am composed of 22 letters. My 19, 10, 4, 7 14, is the noblost part of God's creation. My 21, S, 12, 20, is often presented by lovers. My 13, 1, 21, 7, 9, 2, 4, was a particular favorite of the Lord's. My 22, 7, 21, 2, 9, is a lady's name. My 6, 2, 14, is much adtnired for its comfort. My 19, 5, 3, 6. is a wild animal. My 16, 3, 20, 2, is often felt but seldom taken. My 6, 10, 19, 3, is found on land and water. My 19, 20, 1, 12, 8, 20, 21, was a great statesman. My 1, 11,3, 19, 20, 21, is a distinguished Novelist. My 9, 21, 4, 7, 14. 22, was a poetess. My 9, 11, 21, 2, 14, is a lake in North America. 3Iy 19, 7, 8, 20, 21, is the most abundant of all on the globe. My 18, 11, 14, has never been seen at nigbt. My 4,13, 8, 9, 20, 19, 22, is a temperance benefactor. My 8, 9, 21, 20, is a numeral. My 21, 9, 5, 7,14, 20, is a Bivev in Franco. My 16, 11, 3, 8, 18, 14, was the first under- taker of a great work. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 2 August 1856

POETRY. Sha Loved Him. by 0e0. p. morris. She loved him; but she knew not— Her heart had only room for pride- All other feelings were forgot, When she became another' bride. Ai from a dream she then awoke, • To realise her lonely state, And awn it was the vow she broke, That made her drear and desolate. Sha loved him; but the slanderer came, With words of hate that all believed, A stain thus rested on his name, Bat he was wronged and she deceived. Ah, rash the act that gave her hand, That drove her lover from her side, Who hied him to a distant land, Where battling for a name, he diod. She loved him; and his memory now Was treasured as a thing apart, The shades of thought was on hor brow. The seeds of death were in hor heart. For all the world that thing forlorn I weuld not, could not be and live; That casket with its jewel gone— A bride who has no heart to give. A Beautiful Bouquet sent from New York to Liverpool.—An evidence of the facilitfoa of intercourse between this country an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 9 May 1857

-r-'.my, "'1'''' * ™T"" ™" ' ' • roft—.a?AirH ??br>7,' and: 9 T tatoM n&j tiMÍ) JjoonuUfi oiji 9$ltfffUH03 4S V(J t)i .aM4AitoaiiarT .1)91111111 -103 ÍÍIOV 1 it i us ehail [ rOfi Ml fiasífí ?u;oi •r .ali >sni* ► Mil U i*<7 Tiff (r/TQMPIDIff IAK .OHIKHOK '/AOJVITAB i&'xr.v [1M l ■ ■ i "^Hp,T tfOTJ il—AIITiv/. lit ii.fi km Sill 6 nnoiiwot vflufg i|ui f lUS'llAil Kaii .'Weil •ti/i ".♦9i w« jut* ti'itia 9É f w.l,: ímniiíi q¡ „rj"—.( £ ¡ ..¡/ %^F nuiesiii)) HI* ,:i« wiiiiiaA moil .(I «a indi rcid r/milab hna ytfl iikj.-.iWH! ea tarta , MAY 9, 1857. ri;h u* u !V! wim pl„hpi ino bt'MHjM Ii/o pita t' jitiutvii t VWBO 1M :ikbj •' VOLUME I. i ')Vt\ A •> \n R Essay on Spring. lot I-ill I V PEIXTWAHD ruBlISHEB BY william r. g«HCttsoftt. * . TZ1RMS: ^ The Rbportbr is published every Saturday 'rti rtit (v nf £>} ft.1 —"I ^SLvailCQ, o year, i.—ror ouch square of eight lines or loss, first insertion, - §1 uu Each subsequent iilSBrtion, ■ • • 50 Business Cards, ciglu lino's or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 9 May 1857

* • ^ > RICHMOND REPORTES B ATURDA Y MOKWIlfQ, MAY 9. To Aspirants.—If you reply to tbe calls made upon you tliia week throagli our paper, we beg leave reapeetfully to inform you tbat we are alone now, and earnestly entreat you to be " short and sweet." No* body but " Sam" in tbis Ranche tar a week to come. Wb are Glad to Skb It.—The Rich- mond Academy is filling up rapidly with scholars from the town and country. Dur- ing the week just euded, there hare been some twenty accessions to tbe school, which now numbers between forty and fifty scbol ars. Some of these are from tbe Colorado, and others from tbe families of citisens of our own county, who «re sent to board here We also notice tbe arrival of a family or two who have brought their children with tbem for the purposo of educating them. The school will flourish, and with the able corps of teachers employed, as thorough a preparatory course can be had in Richmond, as in any part of the world. The building is commodious, and it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 29 January 1859

/r VOLUME III. ia nuitfo |Uprter. PUBLISHED WEEKLV 1IY s. a. BE Tonr, 1 TERMS iTUo JRbI'uutkr is published every Saturday morning at 50 pur anuuiu, payable in advance. No subscription taken for less than one year. ltAT us 01? Advbktisinu.—For each square of eight linos or less, first insertion, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, ... 50 liusinoss Cards, eight lines or less per annum, 10 00 One column, payable quarterly in advance, par annum, • 125 00 Halt column, - - - - 05 00 tjuartur column, ... . 35 00 If cards or yearly advertisements are nt any time omitted, a pro rata discount will bo mado. Notices ot a personal character, if admitted, will bo charged doublo price. Marriage and obituary notices, if over five lines, ' hereafter bu charged for as nn advertisement. 1-•>, advertising by the year will bo confined to thos. atQ business. aceorth..ut3 uot marked with the number of All adverw, published until ordered out by quired by law, t0 the office, and charged for No papor will l ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 29 January 1859

V.J v H m $Uprttr. - 1 SAVUEL A. BENTON, {KD1TOIS AND 1'UOPniKTOn. SAfUBDAV MOBNIMC, January SO, 1800 ac 75 BP* The shipments of cotton this week frpra the returns of II. Kyle, Freight Agent arc a* follows. J: C. Slmw. 10 | " Blum & Mayblnm, JJnrt & Calilcr, Q. W. MeMnhnn, Grayson & Boardman, 12 Consigned to II. Kyle, Freight Agent for ■hipment. ,r>^ Total, 137 Total receipts this year, up to dato niñee 1st Sept. 12169 1 Our readers are requested to notice the advertisement in another column, of a large stock of watches, breastpins, lockets, fiiigor rings, fcte. etc., which will bo dispq- gfid of at auction on Saturday, 29th inst., at the Drug Store. We took a casual look at tbe assortment the other day, and were very much pleased at the glittering array of fine jewelry. Tho articles appear to be of tbe best make, and arc all well finished iutd in good taste. In addition to tho uso cacli buyer can mako of his oves, all tho ar- ticles aro warranted. Ladies and gentle- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 29 January 1859

4 CARDS. CARDS. onecled PRICES-CURRENT Weekly for the Reporter A. QUIN. * - Kentucky India * '*1 Kentucky vl Cotton ■ Manilla • | Shoulders . \ Sidos Clour Ribbed, Hams, Sugar cured Plain, I 5 ÍJ 1 Goshon Western Sjda Ifutter 'i lot Pexas Western - Rio Java Box Star • • Unbranded • Superfine Extra Tieree Kegs IJarrel *4f Barrels • Méb. barrel %?:} Common Ooarsu Kino \ Barrel ri o Wholesalo. Retail. BAGGING 18a • - 20a BALE ROPE. ■ pr lb lOalO 25a 25a BACON. l>rlb 9¿a ]1« lánlSi 15n lija 1 3J« 17a Itía 11i« 12¿a BUTTER. pr Ib 25a 30a " 25a 23 30a BISCUIT. prIb 12a J5« - Ha 14a - " tía 9 10a COIÍN. pr busb a " u COFFEE. pr Ib 12a 1¡!¿ 14a ■ " « 25 CHEESE. pr Ib 16a 20a CANDLES. pr Ib 28« 30a FLOUR. - pr bl G 50a 4a ** 8 00a a " 9 00a a LARD. pr Ib 13J« 16a " 10a a MOLASSES. pr gl 35a 45 50a " 45a a POTATOES. pr bl>l 3 50a5 (.0 a POKK. pr bbl Sr¿ OOaOO 00 a RICE. pr Ib Oia 8 a SUGAR. * M, S a !)a " ' U« 10a kALYüa 12a l'r «nck o ()u. ^ínSKEV5"S « BLUÜI & ÍIAYBLIffl, WHOLESALE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 29 January 1859

. ' V \ LEGAL NOTICES. THE 8TATE OF TEXAS, Fort Bend Couktv. deceased I County Court of «aid county per- turning to estates ol arsons. November Term A. D. 1858, :"i * I#; CyntliU Lum, n minor, liy lior guardian, Euphra •da Chauvin, vs. Milton N. Lum, adm'r of the oh- tato of Cynthia Lum, doe'd. n al for partition Ac. To the slieritl of said county of Fort Bend in Said State—Greeting: YOU aro hereby commanded to cito Mary Lum, Loreua Lum, Florence Lum, Lewis If. Luin, Jane £. Smith, and Miles II. Harper and wife, Lo- titia A. Harper, by publication in the Richmond Reporter, a uewspanor published in the town of Richmond, county of Fort Bend and State of Texas, for four successive weoks prior to the next Novem- ber Term of this court, to be and appear before the Honorable the County Court of said county of Fort Bond, to bo holdcu at the court house thereof in the town of Richmond, on Monday, the 211th day of November, A. I). 1858, then and there to answer tho petition of said minor by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 10 December 1859

'■if-i . ytifi Hill TOLUME IY. RICHMOND, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1859. NÜ1BÉS23. &it|itt0iti §Uprhr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV 8. A. BENTON. The " Br.porter" ii published every SATURDAY MORNING #t |t 50 per annum, payable iu ad- vance. If payment in delayed 6 months, $3 50. Subscriptions, beyond the limits of the County, in- variably paid in advance. Mo subscription taken for less than one year. Bvrc* op Advertising. — For each square of lift! lines or less, first insertion, - • |l OO Eaeli subsequent'insertion, - SO Busi neis Card s, eight lines or less, per annum, in advnnco, - - - . 10 00 If payment is delayed six months, 12 00 On* column, payable quarterly in advance, per annum, ..... Mt OO Half column, ..... 65 00 Quarter column, 35 00 Announcing candidates for State, District or Leg- islature, $10 00, for county $5 00, payable in advance. If cards or yearly advertisements are at any time omitted, a pro rata discount will be made. Notices of a personal character, if admitte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 10 December 1859

¿i®' ' i I" fc1 rr 11 % «s I $Ut|iitiniir Repórter. SAMUEL A. BENTON, p.tirrni; asn proprietor. BATI.'KDA Y MORNING, Dec. 10, |ISü Ld¡ed m won as possible, because i^an w£frantg a * J¿ppropfi to Infinitely better advantage out of debt >ody than in it. Tins is another view v SPIRITUALISM. a xcw doimib of thk abolitionists. TI e Cleveland Plain Denier lias the fol- ing in his editorial of Nov. 7th ¡ • SPIRIT WORK. (w.TfcffcWtiHiliit., who are also Abolition- • Outs, are anxious that Brown's spirit be dis- embodied "WE 5v !i!ié body of the subject. John M. Sterling has written ' Gerritt Smith with a view of forwarding 'the good work by this plan, and contení- plates writing Gov. Wise for a similar pur- Íose. This will save all traveling expenses. P this plan works, look Mlt for big raps in ' the afternoon of December 2d. The old man won't wait long enough to take a clicw ot tobacco. ' The above has been commented on at length by the said John M. Sterling! who dóiijca having made the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 10 December 1859

** 4-' i i JONES & ROBixmr, i o WSSS ® FA I3 SIFT LOCK-STITCH, SHUTTLE, l'10 Sewing Machines now extant, none linve come so rapidly into favor as * Improved 1 a tent Loclc'Stitch Sewing Machine. It is a great aud decided improvement over all others. They will stitdi, run, liem and gather. They make a strong lock-stitch that will not rip, ravel or pull out; stitching alike on both sides of the work, making no ridge on the under side, and working equally well on light or heavy cloths or leather. lliey are perfectly simple in construction, and the management of them is easily acquired. 1 hey make no disagreeable noise, and will wear longer than any other kind. I liere is no Sewing Machine so well calculated to meet the wants of Planters as Weed's ¡Patent. ®''k. 1 wist, Thread, Noedles,*nnd all other Materials appertaining to Sewing Mac lines, constantly on hand, and for sale at the Sign of the RED SHIItT. J hese Machines are warranted for one year, «ml- with proper oarc will last a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Reporter — 10 December 1859

mmmp&ZS&SSS* POETRY. THE OLD FARM HOUSE. 11 I \ In a little grove of shade tree Standi a farm house, brown and old, With a wealth of vine around it, Oemut'd with flowers of red and gold, By the path which make* a circlo of white sand around tho lawn. Grows sweet timothy and clover. Rosy as a June day dawn. Round its door pale morning glories, Jump-up Johnnies, dahlias, pinks, Cluster—concentrated beauties, Married by a thousand links ; Links of love, the work of nature's Mystery of handicraft; Links of glory, throughjwh¡¿h¡fairy Argosies of perfumo waft. . And the gate that swings before it. And tho fence as white as snow, Stands on vare gated cushions. Which tho sun firojscts aglow, Crowning them with many colors- Yellow, purple, green and blue — As if rainbows there had fallen, Molted into rarest dew. On its roof the greoncst mosses Catch tho shadows from tho trees , On Its sides red honey-suckles Mako their curteslos to the breeze; Aud the ever-norvous willows, Standing n...

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