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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 27 January 1854

<a /rail? Mmsftfa'"Jnwtt* ta ®iraf«ti#n, fttfrate, Jtarirnltnrr, Comntcrrf, pomfstit attit /arcigt Urns, ®t«ral ^trtrUiflfWf, fiHuttttw), «cr. VOL. 1. BRENHAM, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27. 1854. NO. 22. €j|t iKifpra (Engnirtr. Published by D H. RASKIN. «c mills i* adtanc*, Subscription for one year*, *3 00 « « six months, *1 TS «< « throe ' II 28 Two copies one year, > 00 Any one sending us fire subscribOn sffle cash accompanying the order, will receive a copy free of charge. _ , .. No subscription taken for a less time than one iear, unless a special understanding is made with the publisher at the.time of subscribing, andpaid for in advance. , *• . Subscribers who do not pay in advance, will be charged four dollars at the eno of the year. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: One dollar per square of ten lines or less, for the first iasetion, and fifty cents for each-subse- quent insertion, if paid in advancej if not, fifty per cent, will be added to thd amount. Longer advertisements in the...

Publication Title: Brenham Enquirer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 27 January 1854

X d*pep?eritoi)^l ? D. H. RANKIN, EDITOR. <-SKB£HAMr JANUARY 29, 1854. 19* Mr. John JVJ. Gibson has a£pil} "bo- come interested in and identified with the GaTHston JooraaTTin cd^nectTon with Mr. The.enterprisi ng proprietors propose td enTarge and otherwise improve th jwwnrfy as to render it-equal to any paper in Texas. . : * 'WfF The State Times of the 21st inst. Ma tains the addreeaof Gen. Leslie Cojnbs, delivered on tfae.eveningofthe-12th-inst., before the cdmmfttee t>n die Public Debt. The s'peechlarplaih -and candid, and weWtS •fopinioir, fcrbm 'tSe*documents adduced, that the Generalclaim; should be paid. • --V " i " ---"j. V|V | j i$SS^ TteJirand .• Lqdgeof Masonsj^the Grand Enciwnpment of.knight Te^lars; ^he Grand Division oi. the Sons. of*¥empe- rance>.and the directors of the -Texas ^West- ercuilailroa<L Comp any, were to have held "'ttt' - — -i-y ^ their meetings at.Rusk, Cfcetokee county, during last week.'* " - - * J., - *' .— y- - ii ; yV—- ■ " vSat* : Naco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 27 January 1854

HARRIS, KOfMS & CO., Corner of Common and New Levee streets, New Orleans. . m S. Haws, late of Memphis, Tenn., Norton, late of Helena, Ark., T. Fickui, late of Rnn&viUe, Ala. YEATMAX ft Co., i ud Tobacco Factors AND Commission Merchants, No. 85, Common street, New Orleans. EDWARD SHEEGOG, Commission Merchant, and General Agent, . No. 114 Camp Street, New Orleans, • Confining himself exclusively to the Buying of Goods, Groceries, and every article for Planters and Merchants, either for draft:: upon Commission Merchants, or upon their own credit. <* All orders will have mv personal and prompt attention, and bought upon the best terms. Receiving and .Forwarding of all kinds of Goods attended to without delay. Drafts, Notes and Bills collected and remitted immediately. It is my determination to dt> business right. I refer you to many Merchants in New Orleans, Vicksburg, Memphis, Nashville and Columbia, Tenn., Florence and Tuscumbia, Ala., Holt* Springs and Oxford, Miss., S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 27 January 1854

dr. MORSE'S invigorating cordial, a mrtjfmhno" i!* medicine. ___it ^lalth restored and life length- ENED, by Dr. Morse's Invigoralinj,' Elixir or Cordial. For ccnsuries Medical science has been ransacking the vegetable and mineral kingdoms, in search of should restore the lost or decaying energies of.he ■moos or muscular systems, without the tow back of subsequent prostration, which all stim- ulants, tonic, and narcotics had heretofore entail, ed. That something has bf.en foind. it is a vegetable production, brought from the sterile deluto of Arabia the Stony, by the celebrated Professor M. Morse, well known as a distinguish- ed member «>f the leading scientific societies of (he Old World and equally distinguished as a pb> - timn. a chemist and a traveler. The Juices of this frtf-b, concentrated and combined with other v eg- etable medicinal extracts, are now producingre- mits heretofore unheard of, in thisoranjit'or Country. At first the properties aUnbuied to Pre MORSE'S inv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 3 February 1854

R&r' ViP-i « ■ Wv sef; .^3<r $. «i *W;. 5«*= : * V "* • ■**— "T -—r li I rtMl .p j£t f: >S Jl /araili) Irtwwtr"-| Bto> to (Etaratimr, prratnw, Juricalte, Cmrararr, Porawtic anb /arrigii tm>, (SStvnl JitrtUgrarr, «w. !^9B - -a^&? <i*rn& -* ? 4# 1. BRENHAM, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1854. Cfrr Siti|ra Cumrcr. ■wmi'maiti % D. H. RASKIN. stem PAYABLE Iff ABVAKCX, Subset iptiuii for one year, «• " six months, " " three " Two copies one year, Any one sending us fire subscribers, "receive a i S3 00 SI 75 SI 25 S9*40 the copy free accompanying the order, will of charge. No subscription taken for a less time than one Xear, unless a special understanding is made with the publisher at the time of subscribing, andpaid for in advance.- Subscribers who do not pay* advance, will be charged four dollars at the enc of the year. terms os advertising: One dollar per square of ten lines or less, for the first insetien, and fifty cents for each subse- quent insertion, if paid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 3 February 1854

f|( Brrt}f* Cwprirrr. ti) Qcqe> KilOUN, EDITOR. BRENHAM, FEBRUARY 3, 1854. * |0" By reference to the Legislative pro- ceedings in another column, it wril be seen that the Senate haa passed a resolution to adjourn sine die, on the 13th inst. - - gSf We learn from the Nacogdoches Ghronicla that the daughter of Mr. E. S. Button, aged 3 years, while playing in the . aiding room of the Nacogdoches Hotel, by yrnv** means Ml in the fire. The screams of the child soon brought the mother to her . assistance, who found her lying with her 4 fecrt in the fire, and het clothing in a blaze. The little sufferer bore the most excrutia- «ing.torture kindiy relieved her. * * 1 ■ 1 1 A" B0~T1m Peopl6%Journal for Febsuary, has been received^ The Joygel is the cheapestmCMRthly published iaTSew York, and contains tt pages of ldMer press, pro- fusely illustrated, and devoted, to ^science,, art, mechanics, agriculture and. useful knowledge. %%rms,Jftjr cefrtJtper vol., or One dollar pir annum. Address A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 3 February 1854

INVIGORATING CORDIAL, a rmRoxjNOH nr mxdicim. Health restored and lifblength- ened> by Dr. Worse's Invigorating Witto or Cordial. For censuries Medical •cienee hat been ransacking the vegetable and mineral kiagdoms, in search of something that should restofe the lost or decaying energies of the nervous or muscular systems, without the draw back of subsequent prostration, which all stim- ulants, tonic, and narcotics had heretofore entail, ed. That something has been found. It is a vegetable production, brought from the sterile deserts of Arabia the Stony, by the celebrated Professor M. Morse, well known as a distinguish- ed member of the leading scientific societies of fhe Old World and equally distinguished as a phy- tian, a chemist and a traveler. The juices of this he'b, concentrated and combined with other veg- etable medicinal extracts, are now producing re- sults heretofore unheard of, in this or any other m juatry. At first the properties attributed to Pro- morse's INVIGORA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 3 February 1854

at## •*. -yg-Ul; i =a- co., harris, norton & Wholesale Grocers, Conn of Common.and New LeVee streets, New Orleans. • ' jessee S. HAWusslate of ffltemjpiw. Teni* Ja«s Noeto:*, late of^elena, Ark., john T. Ficiub, late of HuntsviUe, Ala. ~ bt YKA yi^L*Jf St Co., '■ Cotton and Totocco Factors, General Commission Merchants No. 83, Conpaon street, Ne Orleans. EDWARD SHEEGOC, Commission Merchant, fe*d-General Agent, No 114 Camp Street, New Orleans, . Confining himself exclusively to th&B ymg of Goods. Groceftfes, ml every article for Planter ^Merchants, either for drafts upon Commission Merchants, or upon their own credit. • . All orders will have my personal and prompt attention, and bought upon theb«|tenns. .n^naf of Goods attend i¥ tn%iftout delay Drafts, Notes and Billscoll^cted^ad * knitted immediately^ * :• : It is my detefminaticm to d<*#businesS "ght.^ * refer you to many JMerchants,m NewO^te, Vicksburg, Memplu*, Isashville- 3£d. Tenn., Florence ai^ Tus^mtea, Ala,, Spri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 6 October 1854

* I j /null Irwjwfrr—t« ttaritira, fitmtar, JtfrioUm; fntrtfir ml /«tri|i Inu, Ornnl Jittlliintt, JHiKtUtwj, &r. VOL. 2. r S BRENHAM, TEXAS? NO. fc C(tt Brrnlia Ctgtinr. D. H. KIlfKfK, ^qf h>k)er wd rmm? rtTAlU IN adv. Ascription for one year, six months,1 three ' opies one year, ing us five s' the. order, will on taken for a ipecial uniterst the time of si From the Flag of our Union. THE FINAL THROW, OR THE GAMESTER'S PERIL. 8T itsD avuren. rio uot*pa<f liars at /he eufiiof the'- yea of advertising: Much tbaber was prostrated bjMhe storm below Houston. AtSanfiouis Island tho house-of Capt. Burr «li blown down, and a nam bar of cattle drbwned. The house of Mr£Follet' on the peninsula, west of Galveston bay, wps a goo'l deal injured. On a cold witoer'saight many /ears j|go The towns of VcISbco and Quintana, at when the famous Crockford maintained hi T5, the cash '^e mouth of the Br.'zos suffered a good magnificent gaming-house in the veryj£pa a copy free ical.particul^rl^^u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 6 October 1854

J Si ♦*r . v*: • C(fc Srrn&am (C&pirrr. A correspondent of the State Ga tfcriting from Port Sullivan, on qtl g'!(brccjf-fle^^ So j di)c. su^ejff of^the progress of Mormanisrt, D-ila *ipte e ^lhiN,ave /- - ■ -- \t •m«fe some 20or 25rcbnverts nenvrijid the BRENHAM, OCTOBER 6^1834^ ; Lord only knfara hgjlr uiiny fiote they.iv ~Zt~7T*i ~~ • " ~.. " T Teief, for Monnnriismil rfic mil# Sea \ e are necessarily compelled to* ensr ssii A DASTARDLY AFFAIR e mexican spoliations mith, a citizen st arrived in learn the folk puichased in . , , . ,. «. subject at this place? borne are baptized exPe,,Jse* Mexuan MarcS, request a.! persons maebled to this ofljce. J-_. -•■• .' . 1 ,"17 Jack* ?ml .17 finp Mpxinn . , —• 4-eany ,e.verjutay m the Bcaaos rivewand, . lor either r^b work, advertising or subscrrp- . . . „ ,« «!« ««.••.r® i5£^«TT« w _ 1 thfi mnirnnrxj ncc/ r tliot ilia ficK om.iir. 3Iilln8jS Weie pfOClirCu 3 jU10r| n me tiuificuiate payment. Wur . . . * , ' i 'tug.below th:s place ver...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 5 December 1856

( H ;; v. .* • .1.•.. .t....-,- v .* • • •- -- ... „,... ' . • '■ * frf—fVirirt tr fibtttiin, 3l|riniU«rr, Cmratrrr, Joaf«lir «ni> /sifts ;!«*,-ffKnt JitilUjiittf ^tsrtllwj «w,. WMm 5RENHAM, TEXAS: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1856. '¥ - •■'' ■ '■ —>— "• ■ .. ■:'••■ NO, 12. •'* -.c* tHE OLD jtMpj BE^UtST. f .•- • ' —-7 u' r >* *4 ;•* story, or pefld.. ♦ ..i ~~ ' -' <1# -. * [ConcIu<5«d*] ' \ ' 'K f \?M$ave coma to*see.my child "bePi die," said the oM man, gizi 05 oil Ms? sbtl with earnest eyes; .you broke ther ti« tura between us .on your part, when, tern years ago,* yoa-refused yoar. fathw * few shillings from' your abund ance, bu|- old age-to|of the ring. wit}i*«ome further particulars "'regarding the sburitids, had been added a* ago, before { dra?ged||kwn debasing efforts*,* a kpow 1 an? rich ; you 'would ^orshipfeW days previous to the old'man's death money in me now. Not S smiling look, j Mrs. Lawson was. carried fainting from not a soft vonl yeubestow on: me, but is the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 5 December 1856

ENQUIRER. HN|W ™ v Ifitrttal op none- ££l4^^|a"T0's- BGCEMBEB S, I8M , an again without exchanges from beyond Houston. JBT Buchanan's majority (official) in Texan, m 18,513. for Tbepress of the Galveston Civilian it now worked by ateam. )9>Wm. E. Jones, Esq., has retired from the editorial chair of the State Times, and will be succeeded by Ed. Finuin, Esq. jjjf The Democratic Ball given at the Hargrove House, in Chappell Hill, on Monday night, was numerously attended, and ia represented as quite a brilliant affair. J^^Tbia morning will pass for a wintry one, and would vie with a more northerly latitude. The ground is covered with snow and sleet, while old Boreas hails from the North. / -■ j&T Bishop Payne and the Rev. Dr. Seron, of the Methodist denomination, have been spending a short time at the Capitol. The Gazette speaks in glowing terms of their pulpit oratory, as also the prosperous condition of the church in thdt city. fl9 Tbe Houston Telegraph learns that Messrs. Wadd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 5 December 1856

TOE ENQUIRER ny.M ,, ■ It .is of mora apoham to dw fanner i of hit ffcra stock Should consist ofaheap. Spooking oa this point, R. S. Fay, of Ly no. recently nmitktd at an ag- ri col ton) mooting in Boston, (as reported in thoN. £. Farmer,) M Sheep are gleaners aftar other stock, and will help to koep the cattle pastama in good condition by being toraod into them occosiooolly, to eat the caarser plants which hare been left. They will enrich the lend; there is no manure so fertilising as thst of sheep, and it does not so readily waste by exposure ss thst of other animals. Sheep may be made ex- ceedingly useful in helping to prepare land for s crop. "A Getman agriculturist has calculated that the droppings from one thousand sheep mm Ho." 8 98. ) Suit pending in tbe District Citation—Ho. *8. The State of Texas, ) Justice's-Court, pi4 Washington County.J cinct 5, class ln- To any lawful officer of said couety O.Wallis 1 Suitpending in the District; *7 • J vs. JCoortofWashingtoncounty,!®*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 5 December 1856

aa EVERY FRIDAY BY g « 5 „?ii, • i ; . - ** "• * AVtmscs, . • * n 4 tob«JripUei>,(Q <^ year, -. ------ So. uu . •« , i jSaix maatii v |V.s? ' « «> three, - V - r * - * - * 1R«4 coiwes one year, ,-r - -■- - -- ®o uy • An* one sending us five suBscribees, the cash ao^ompaWin "« e order, *il recelve-a copy free ** *1*™ tlme vear.. unless a spae ial rti<iersta$din?-is inaee with the publisher. At the. time of subscribing, and psidfonn a<Isance ■• ' • ' Subscribers who do -art pa* in advan.ee, wt.i be charged four doUjns at the end ot the, year. • • , ter^/6* advertising : . One iWlar persqilare of fen lines or less, for the Era insertion, "and fifty cents, for ,^chs«bse- qufeht inserVton, if paid hbadvance; it not, fifty j percent, -will Be added to theamouftt. Longer; advertise'in^nts in the same propprfioA., j to those-who advertise,bv-the rear n reasona-; ble rtJiictiott from the abbvf rates will bejaad.e, 1 but advertisement will be chorjed bV tl.e; year unless a spec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 16 July 1858

wfim p|f§jlp#; A KC£; . § M TERMS—13,00 ire, MiMiftSitit® site aitb immm •;■•• • "Going to Spread Herself.*? The Bif kins Boy. "I Didn't Tffink of it.*' etudinm. Tub of ¥m [RILLING ROMANCE. gjpgAPTER 1 ^ . 1 * So*ris the winter of my discontent duab ijr bitter by tlie scarcity ipwi*~ M *mm ed the Count WZsinco i, lendants, as bf $at at 4|e .---?if - ble, in the Ilafi of Xiqcomjjoppv'Cas- tlc. ■ Xiie butler hastened to obey the or- der, and soon i-etu rued \yif!h the inte' ligence-that the lager was all gone. <No lag«r ! exclaimed the Count in oi'tliu sho asked in lesror agiu womhn, behold?* ,.W. gluss!* replied the trembling ^"did*^ thott-notl, inore of that Teutonic beverage J,-" But go, depart, evaporate I ei-e ii^iu/rsige I strike out from the shoulder likcan ' All/1 JPSSOx* < raSl ^artist,' and^y The .baiter and - oth r a th- Count was alone.*; v no us took riego a bro a slightly stain- e wcu id. ' t-'il4i' pkihs, * thctrsliB 'Isabella be mine ~T ay<5j£1^rgUty: shall Ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 16 July 1858

l*je as * We d? gn printing election Tickets .Jimngtbecoming week. TSogiire pab- I icily to thn&ei thai alt candidates interested may bare a Jair showing, as wfll as oar self Nona me will be in eerted withont being paid for in ad- vauee. Candidates whose names ap- peared in oar anaooneetnent list un- accompanied by tbe asaal fee, in .rncb casea made and provided, are notified again to come forward add pa> np. We don't Rkoto blow—bat if need be we^py tiy to bagie. Hope, <-nu£t r.. T> - .,— .,4*. .... ■Our enterprising merchants their On a more ex- tensive scale than heretofore. The trade offireaham has continued to in- crease with each saccoedrag year, and during the last-fbll and winter, donb* led that of any previous season, not^ withstanding the short croj s. With the present prosj>cet before jus of an abundant yield of cottou—(he corn crop being regarded assafe and beyond precedent as to abundance-^what may wo rot anticipate in the way of trade the coming se;iso:v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 16 July 1858

gm- we Lt 3 8te">P a,nd ask of 3*oa i Bpllf ^on<ifa y# Fellow JL flatter •* e<i I shall bo Pl|«s it my shed submitting vention. and nom- rights in enter the or a free race. To citizens, 1 am I tnti*on of this that has ©red from the great print n and JtckSon, with you I voucher. to whom I am not tweak! take this tent , my respects, orablc considcra- offfce, am elect- . f m ling toaee most of you Cton, T nmain-yoiu- obc A. II. GLASS. ygr- We are authorized to announce JOHN D. COOPEft as a candidate- for County Com missioner at the etiauhig e!$trtkm: ^v-- asr* We are authorized to announce W. S. JAOK.SON, as a candidate for Justice of tJ o Poaeo, at the lituin election. W&" We are authorized to ann-miiCi- KATHAN CLAM PET1\ as a candi- date ftir re-election to tfte office of Di?- " *t . i. t Surveyor, at the August election. .are autboti^%^l^n<)enc< K 1)™TAUVKU, K<J., aH %;tv¥ di'l: tc for Chief of Washington Coini ty,it Ae August elei tion. ^ - «r au thmaaied to a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 16 July 1858

Prsgs vv JMfciacs 5510801 QEar&s. Jfrrijanlca! This incottiparab Hum tin < ***«* MJ * ***' * " V " ' six months, - - - - -«3O0 -ft TV —MB Two copies otte.yeat,..- Aiifffii, [inimenC opw which. the great" mass of tfiS^ ffli«ted of",all lands now rely for relief from the pates of Rheu- matism, Neumlgia, Gout, Erysipelas. Cancer, Scrofula, Sprains, Braises, Barns, Scalds, and all cutaneous iiseases, is rapidly superse- dingali sinii'a! preparations." The pronrie-; for THE SALE CF COITON, UIDES, &C. OK VAX* ALSTVSE i WBIGUT, JAKMOtt & Co., WHOLESALE AS RETAIL Dealers in Plantation Goods, STAPLE ANDTANSY.GOODS, COH MISS SOX MEBCfltJiTS fibers, the will receive a mmwz: time than time ot vance, of the one year, made subseri R fgT lines or less, atttfifty cents for each if paid in advance; if be added to the nts ia the same teas- ill be Witt vertiseme ~ J noi usiaicss refer- .ts^' wi" he of insertions required must be stated ot marke* oa the riverUsement, or they" will ibe in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 18 April 1861

ORSPBSCRIPTION advance, 93 00 pr. annum. v « v 4 00 « « SdbSoriptions for less than one' year payable invariably in advance. Jfat paper discontinued ant.il all ar- >job printing. Wtanmndto execute every of Ml and fancy work, d^ynf eemp^itkm, either in style or pgiiea. Satisfaction guaranteed. vol. vra. brenham, texas: thursday, april 18, 1861 mu- RATES OF ADVERTISING Each sqnare of ten lines or Mm, ior First insertion, _ r.,r tl,00 Each additional insertion* One square, one year, oaahj, if not paid in advance. A liberal reduction made on length^ advertisements, inserted yearly. All political, personal and business coir: muni cations, promotive of individbai interest, charged as advertisement^: ^Announcing Candid ~ offices, $7 50; State The Lay of the Henpecked. Ob, her hair is as dark as tbe midnight wave. And her eye like the kindling fire. An I her voice is as sweet as the spirit's voice, That chords with the seraph's lyre. The Chip Basket. your coifee and slanderers against yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Enquirer — 18 April 1861

;y% mti fffiE BRISKS® E®J<Q®IKEK Cjlt^rtrtfiinntfnqtnrfr Published Every Thursday. D. H. B1HKIK, Editor axd Proprietor. April 18, 1861. K We are authorised to announce JOHN ALEXANDER, Esq., as a candidate for Dis- trict Attorney of the 3d Judicial District, at the August election. We are authorized to "anponnce B. B. SEAT, Esq., as a candidate frfr,District At- torney of the 3d Judicial District, at the Au- gust election. We are authorised to announce J. R. McDONALD, Esq., as a candidate for Dis- trict Attorney of the 3d Judicial District, at the August election. We are authorised to announce HARDY ALLEN, Esq., as a candidate foi District Attorney at the August election. Telegraphic Items. THE WAH BEGUN! Bombardment of Fort Sumpter! Fire Returned! The Ball in Motion. A large number of our citizens gath- ered around the stopping point of the cars on Monday evening last-, evincing an unusual eagerness to hear from Charleston through the extras of the ""telegraph," feeling that some...

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