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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Statesman — 5 September 1856
rappl IP ;® fesFi •r 5 II i. ' 3®p^i * i \ , § t y i > í c I 'A' 4. i®#;' J J- O- SHOOK & CO. =a= — WACO, TEXAS: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1856. ':;'r THE BRAZOS STATESMAN, purl sued weekly. TERMS—Time Dollars a year in advance or Four at the expiration of the year. 03** Single copies ten cents. 01 CO cents, Rates of insertion, $ 1; nvER-risiNO —On® square, first each subsequent insertion \Xy When the time of Advertisements ex- pires, the money is due on the same. 03F* Advertisements, when the number of insertions is not specified, will be continued "till forbid.' (tf) and charge accordingly. Q3T* The Advertising of a House oi Firm, strictly limited to their own immediate busi- ness. Personal communications charged double the regular rates. .'jjjT Advertisements, when inserted in the Editorial columns, will be charged double the regular rates. tjy Obituaries exceeding ten lines charged as advertisements. Oy The rash is expected for all job work done at this office. KSTlfo Legal Mv...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Statesman — 5 September 1856
J. Sí ®l)c tíraos Statesman- p>. l..dinison.ioitcr. Waco, Friday Morning, September 6,1866. democratic ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. , 4 FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. foa THK BfATK AT LAttOK, FRANK BOWDON, W. R. 8CURRY. WHTWIOT -BLKOTOBS, A h HOOD, A. J. HAMILTON, GRAND DEMOCRATIC RAM. There will be a Democratic Meeting at the Court House, on Saturday evening, 0th of September, at 4 o'clock. All are invited to attend. o?.IONS! ONIONS ! I -We wan¿ to buy a bushel or two of seed Onions. Now is the tipne for planting onions, and t^oie w hp have them for sal o vjjould do well to push them into market. Oy' Hon. 8am Houston has our thanks for a m^p of Central America. Q^'We had afine rain on TueShny night and Wednesday inclining: last. The Brazos m several feet in consequence of it. This is the firit rain, worthy of be- ing oalletl a rain, since fast spring. Competition.—Maj. W. W. Downs re- quests us to nay that he has plenty of turni...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Statesman — 5 September 1856
4 t i m Pass Pilot Station on Monday last. crow, all of whom re colored, were pli ed on the solir. G. H. Montague, and her V ,a8t' That 'received last night from Kansas, d, were plac- „„nfipm nf l7ra„L-lin passengers, Messrs. Alexander and Guod- inan, oama up to tbn city on the Con- queror. From them we learn that a large and destructive fire took place at the Be- lize a few days'previous to the schoon* er's leaving, which caused a loss of some $500,000 worth of property. The lighthouse at the Southwest Pass was careened by the severe blow on Saturday, and the look-out at the pilot station was entirely demolished. Many of the houses at the station were badly damaged. The telegraphic house was. arms for a general aUt twisted entirely around. 1 an!|i r>i We learn from Capt. Palmer, of the 1 confirm the capture of Franklin, and mentioned other serious out- rages. The excitement in Western Mis- souri continues to increase.' An army is assembling in Jack- son county, and will march iu...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Statesman — 5 September 1856
" IT" ' SSÜmm : W «J'-juíú; " • .- y.$ ■m fcfc The Democratic Rational Platform. That the Aineriean Da- their trait in the inte! i* mu patriotiim and the di erimlnating jastio* of the American ^Resolved, That we regar.l thii aa a distinctive feature of oor political creed. \yhi<J1i we are pioud to muintuin before the world aa a gieut inorul element in a form of government npriiiging from and upheld by the populur will, Hnd wo contra*! it with the creed and practice ' of Federnlum, under whatever name or from, which seeka to palay the will of the constituent, and whioh conceives no impoature for the popular oredull- ty« Resolved, therefore, That entertain- ing tbeat* views, the Domouratio party of tbia Union, through their delególes assembled in a general convention, ooming together in a spirit of concord, of devotion to the docirlnea and faith of n free representativp government, and appealing to their fellow-citizens lor the rectitud" of their intentions, renew and reassert befo...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Statesman — 3 January 1859
H 1UUL !—5 MS *A>'¡ STy«Bre«i - 4ieM WACO, TEXAS: Si! BY J. O. SHOOK & CO. 1 s > I83 .v «ÍS3QL- ' Waco, Texas, December 27th, 1S50. Gun. J¿ W. Speisht: Dear Sir anil Brotlm—Tho undersigned have been appointed a committee by Waco Lodge, No. 93, to request that you furnish tor publication in pamphlet.form, a copy of your admirable address delivered belore the fraternity to-day. Wo tender to you in- dividually our congratulations upon the happy effort, and we siii^erely trust that you will comply with tho unanimous wish of the fraternity. Fraternally, A, ' WALLACE E. OAKES, GEO. E. BURNET. ' £, D. ARNOLD, JOHN Bl/RLAGE,, N. M. CJOODE Waco, December 29th, 1838. BairruttWN—Your note of 27th inst., is before nw. I thank -on for the exprese^ f your friendly congratulation^. and herewith pluce ths addresi, at your dUja Fntterr.a'ly, ^ J. WV b^i^wr, To W. E. Oakes, and others, Committee. Brethren and Friends—To-day, ever venerated in the memory oí Masons, and over memorable in tho ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Statesman — 3 January 1859
I® m '■* "—«'fÜi# '? tap* Statesman' h. ■. omn u*v, «dito*. Vteo, tatardiy Mornlig. Jaiuiry t, 1847. m —— TEAMAN ! imowoiti OuliiitM toi OSn. For B«at Offices, • • - W 00 " County OffisM, • • • 5 00 M District Officei, - • . 10 00 " Otate Officii, - • • 1 00 XOT IvarUkly in Advince. AGENTS m THE RiTEiHAll. T. A. Suppty Beq-i Belton, Texu. J. C. RimmII, " Gtteiville, O R. Hsrt, " Hillsboro, it a J. O. SHOOK, Agent JOT The Oash will 1m required tor all Job work donrin this o oe, on delivery. (Or An appientiee la wanted at this office to learn the printing business. •FECIAL NOTICE. No paper will be diacontinueil, until «II ar- rearagaa ara paid up, unless at the option of the publisher. Subscriben will beer this in mind. We are authorised to announce THOMAS HARRISON Esq. of Waco, as candidate for Judge of the Srd. Judicial District, attl citation in August nut FOR 8ALB, An undivided half interest in the Office ol the BRAZO* STATES MAX. The office is in a prosperous condition, and with ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Statesman — 3 January 1859
V. -r ♦ * ! ) ■T ♦ it. t <► :'V* -• T Oak iiioni I A French chemist takes acorns, hulls tbfem, and then boils them in a weak solution of carbonate of soda for about half an hour, then taken out and washed. This ope- ration removes the astringent taste from them; after which they are - dried and ground up Into flour.— Mixed with an equal quantity of wheat flour, it is said to make i and nutriotius bread. a One boy, the otber day, borrow- ed a stick of candy from a com- rade, to show how he could swal- low it and pull it out of his ear.— He swallowed it, and then twisted himself about in various ways to extract it, but at length he inform- ed his companion that he had for- gotten that pait of the trick. New Advertisements PERRY ACADEMY. THE Trustees of this institution take pleas- ure in announcing - to the friends of Ed- uwrfivn tko^Uuur.hava uauemL tho uttvjfiAH of the Rev.E. H. Quillin. The first session will commence on Mon- day the 3th of January, 1857. Batei of Tnltfun per Se...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Statesman — 3 January 1859
. 1 MM WZ1P • ^#1 feiISwS't ygn-.: áf ?* ■ Kb':'4 HP. i,'4 PS'ji PS mm i£<. I^v '. ,. ^Jwj SB*!'"' i? Ill--: r^«P i', i ■ ü C ARRISE'' 8 AB B33 tothk rxtkoas 01' juis : Biizss m-iimi. Oct * It bring i liar ton;r eye, Th« outd year it luio^itJ into pi, With nil it* joy iu^ soiUiWH liivi«'l Ami in its ÉH&J§ one liurrt. it. And the, Byvit—no cjnaru t■ Let the ould year re«t in poco I* hath run it merry r«cc, How «wate to, usher > Hie new .... ■ fiy " gívir¿ the D«vil hi* due " rwMi1 j4 q,mrtor Now the jolly shoemaker I trow, Wboso foi« binding process I know I by the tingle and double welt, Already In his fob ha felt For that quarter. And the Barber-cunning Knave, Who'* saved tho price of many a shave By charging for the soap and lathnr, Than mar a hairy face would rather Fork that quartet. The Watchmaker with his click, Who never doc his work on tick, Is II minute man, and if in time I'll see the color of his dime Or p'rapi a quarter, Mr, Brick-mason, how do you do 1 You wor...