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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 28 September 1883

y o * t«. C. M. O. NATION, Publisher. RICHMOND, FORT HEND COUNTY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER d8, 1883. VOL. 111.—NO. 12. TUB NEWS IN HI11KF. I'arrigH. —Ivau Tourguenoff, tUc.liuuUn novelist in ilea I. —Kíiik Alfuiino, of Spain, lia issued a Je- creo n oturmg tito constitutional guarantees. —Tho liritisli bark U. I. Jones foiiuderoil off PeuzaHco, England, and tilovon of tlio crew perished. 'Tho foreign exhibition at Boston was opened with great ceremony, many perBons ef foreign nationality being presont besides tho members of the Htato and City Govern- ments. —Sl akspeare's bones will not be disturbo'1 without a big rumpus. Tho Bishop and Town Couucil of Btratford-upon-Avo strenuously oppose the project. — A niece of the late Queen of Madagascar succeods to tho throne. Inasmuch as tho French threatou her reign, it is not surprising that she is reported hostile to tho invaderB. —Fiorco attacks wero made upon the Jews atSzigotvar, Hungary, in which a largo amount of property was destroyed. One ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 28 September 1883

w : mm Ü- v THE NATION. 188:! CAD M. NATION, - - Proprietor. svmdbiptiox onkykab í-í.00 Six months ... 1.00 TlinEK months • • - 50 ADVERTISING HATES. For transient advertisements ♦I.'1" Íior inch for first insertion, ond <5 cents or each subsequent insertion. Professional cards $12.0:) par year. Legal advertisements $1.50 per square for first insertion, and ¡¡¡1.00 for each subsequent insertion. I .ocal Notices 10 cents i>er line ea?li insertion. Reasonable reduction will be Riven to persons desiring increased sjn ee lor standing advertisements. fir Bills for advertising due n entlily. Advertisements rel ieved at Richmond and Brazoria for both papers. CSrEight lines of this type, or an equal space, constitutes a square. Entered at the Post Office at Rich mond as second class matter. HEVTEMllEll, 28 1883. Brenliani receive .! 39,.'160 bales of cotton last year. •* Houston and Galveston are now connected by telephone. Stock ranges all over the state are improving since the rains...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 28 September 1883

\ #• T* V" 70m CoP° ° O O r o ©• © oo C3 ©csaesa o cn;s3 «IÍ3 CÍ3C3 C^!9©G¡iJe g) fcSi) ÜOCS* ■i-'ti"- R O, TURKZK, J. C. maykield, TURNER & MAY FIELD, Physicians & Surgeons, Office—Over MoCloy & Dillarda, Drug Stony. Mr,9-tf T.Ratto & Co wuolesaiis) Orccsr:, Liquors & Confcct'ontrSi ° CJai.vkstox, Tux as, State Agent for the celebrated CAROLINA TflLU TONIC, A PERFECT FEVER TONIC and Will practice in all tlia Courts of the ¡ 18th judicial Distriai and in the Appol- jtil0 otil\ •\ tlia j la beneli ,-ul in N4I ABI.il, ClJH.tTKN. Mauufaetured 11 v W. L. DAVIDSON RICHMOND, LAWYER, - TEXAS. «h'l vive. o ^ Maud Uver is visiting in i Miss Brenham. Mr. Alex, w#s j tiiknl bllhi:^ daxuvmh Tho young nobles Hvlio compose. Louis XIV.'s Honselii>lit)Brigade «fita BAKERY5 and Galveston ! wure 1,8 confienoi.s for their dand.^ ; '"si -%y.0 "o ít. r * Water Sita Mr. Nash of Columbia, w;-s in ! [owii last Sunday. Mr. ?. I). FreoinaPtitid wife were ¡ their bravery. At the battle ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 28 September 1883

WHAT MAYBE DOSE. id Lis til', litUe form. When she lieil, he tnrned to Helen, and Moliiiir cal the Munufucturc I In reef. What might be done, if wen were wiae— What gl " ' said, command incly: iiat ginriou. de«<U, ujr differing brother, ild they unite, in love and right, y their «corn for one another: miry; Tho Cliiojgo Journal uf Com men e Get reailv— si^iu-v no kr.o-- full r ilfit anoQier of the industries so!" ' ; which should furnish employment for At which she began to crv, ar.d Chi- Aw rieiu capital aiid labor is raining dlnko, gilte nm lu-b.irb, givouni shliiup and little bit dlicU sn >ke; uiakee oat plenty glub Me gmiil doctor. You liljc souie medicine ?"•—A fit' 1 Sun. sav so The I'arrat Wuuderer. Oppraaalon'. heart might be imbned, With kindling drop of loving kiadneaa, And knowledge pour from shore to «bore, Light on the mental blindneH. All fraud and warfare, he* and wrong, All vtee and crime might die together; And milk and oorc, to each man born. Be free a* warmt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 8 August 1884

\ . 'á# o > \ fíSONS having ahi-ua 1 '«-«.i. « tfVDI* © IV ATIDN -- -O J. II. WALFOltl), General Manager. o RICHMOND, FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDA Y. AUGUST 8, 1884. VOL. IV.—NO. 4. MINOR MENTION. The Yokohama bank will establish a branch in New York. now New Yoke's various prisons have 15,090 convicts in custody. Colokauo contributes 100,000 colls to the country's resources this year. An international anti-vivisection congress will beheld in Paris next year. The births in Spain durinz 1883 numbered 453,000 and tho deaths 418,000. Ex-Senatob Gordon, of Georgia, is now taking contracts to build railroads in South America. Coal costs less in Boston, 354 miles from the coal iields, than ittloes in Philadelphia, only ninety miles from the fields. The Indian population of the Unite í States now numbers 263,000, not eliding the aborigines of Alaska, wuo cumber about 30,000. Arizona produced more than 17.- 000,000 pounds of copper last year aiul will probably produce about 25,000,- 00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 8 August 1884

>N. i at Rich l«ATTU. •S.00 1.00 - 50 *8,188 tos rantDENT: G ROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. m THUS, ■ ...j-mm vuat A. HENDRICKS, [AHA. jr Wi h«t« ith gift tbo Srder and of the Tournament da/ enter parado through towi, nd, of the kuighta, in command, music , atl0 o'doeb,a. m. Sad;—Oration at 11 o'clock, a.ai. 3d;—After oration, exhibition of i bell «hooting by Davis dun L 4th;—At I o'clock p.m., dinner ' 6th —At Four' o'clock p.m., the toornament - conteet, immediately after which the result will be de- clared, when the coronation cere- will be proceeded with. This the Qneen will receive tho Subjects. town at night, to i the royal ant compoeed of Qneen, ber court and the vic- torious knights. Additional Toubwamkitt Rvlr —Noyonng men under 18 will be peraritted to ride. "t ■ 'mm We are pleased toatate that Maj. C. McLemore, of Galveston will i Oration at our Tou ma- tt on the 28th. We get tbim Information from Capt. Peareson, the chairman of the Committee on that part óf the proceed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 8 August 1884

«fefit*. *** r Professional Cards r, k. peamesok. FHRD. C. Meí'AMI.Y Lute of Mafagopla. PEARESON & McCAMLY, attorneys at law And HEAL ESTATE AGENTS, rwt Band (Mwly. HliMKMB, T#I. Will practice iu the Courts of the Eighteeuth Judicial District and ol o- wberc when specially retained. PHIL. P. PEARSON, ▲tfconuy-tt-Lftw, RICHMOND, Texas. Practices in all Court . j. t . iim iiKi i . t. k. UlTrilKl.f.. Notary Public. mitchell & mitchell, Iiowyers, BICSH02TD, Tmcm. W. I,. Davidson W.C.Carpenter Idite of Al . Davidson & Carpenter, * LAWYEKS; RICHMOND. - - - TEXAS. Will practice in all the Courts ot the 18th Judicial District and in the Appel- ate and Supreme and -Federal Courts ot the State. atttf 20,000 Acres of Laud for Sale Apply to W. I.. DAVIDSON. R. H. EARNEST, Mtorwj it liv asi Cnaly Miomr, Biohmoad, Tixm. All Legal Inisiuess entrusted to hi rare promptly attended to. Office in Court Ikmse, R. G. TURNER, Physician it Surgeon, OFFICE.—RICHMOND HOTEL" Barber's Slxop. HAIR ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 8 August 1884

' . 9'g" iáf*n Ualllit-ts I in the green; 1 gund about him be Agheíí "outb'lotted 11 be'J aoat dear. I trees, the woods, the mountain The pro paot« I bare known— •VwaiefMniciMr— Are yaaed away an! gone." • -. ¿'IM|r|Bcer > ikriU-nind chap, d a amaU ptiaa package H atarted aol waa mote, Be eyed theama'l boy' baake', Be papan and hia fruit. ' thia tai brief: 1 waa¿to*"*. ■v^i{,SS^USítÁS.'Z ilm looked |nab*U<.. Yet—on he went. At iMt he arrived at the mill, where, aooth to say, he remained all the after- noon. Then oarne tlio disagreeable pa t—the going home. Romping with the gar and festive Jack and Bob had given liertie's clean suit an wipleasaut- ly damaged appearance, ami, m his do- aire to look through the wicroscopo, the tnasle he had been obligod to en- gage in had settled forever the fate of his straw hat. It had become a mere hat of history. And ob, how the fairy's lance had be- gun to prick! Just as «he had told liiml At last, however, Bertie reached home—the spot over ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 15 August 1884

V- • • • ••• •• • • M —. 'y" !- & . WWfH^ I $. Th1 r? #:T J. H. WALFORD, General Manager. RICHMOND, FORT REN1) COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 15, 1884. VOL. IV.—NO. 5. i — CURRENT TOPICS. An Albany man says he has been in trison 806 times. t About 1,000 deaths a week in New fork eity at this time of the year. | Jm Keens is making money and will soon be "on his feet" again. | In California rosos bloom without oulture at all seasons of the year. " These have been more than forty failures in Wall street since January 1. | It is elaimed that the Colorado grass crop will be worth $30,000,000 this year. \hi C^ablxb Russell leads the London ar with an income of $76.000 from his 'factica. India ii1*'"' latened with a small wheat crop iiPrconsequence of severe drought. Ladt Lonsdale has set a fashion in London of wearing a corduroy cut- away morning coat. High and Low Church troubles are breaking out again in England, and promises to be bitter. Gladstone still has polico protec- tion alth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 15 August 1884

sf >n: at Rich m aim.1 ova **ab IT 15,1884. Mll*r ♦2.00 1.00 . 50 IPM mm ¡L: mkk. ;: j rO PRESIDENT: GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. 'OK VlCC PBK8IDKNT; THUS. A. HENDRICKS, Or INDIANA. Special Notice—Remember— National Hotel, [Monday next, stead of Dr. Fry's, in- Tlie Natío acknowledges the receipt of invitation to the wedding of Mr. Phil P. Pearson to MieaMary EUaStanseh of Crolton, Alabama, on the 20th inst. . ■ ... We call attention to tho announ- cement of J.C.Mitchell as candidate foi district judge. Mr Mitchell is too «ell known as a lawyer to need com mcut from us. In a letter to O. M. Nation the fallowing is put as a 'postscript;— "I disoover that Col. Ben Morton left Los Vagos eighteen months ago at tiie earnest deal re of various citizens. riiMiu. Dr. Weston has been very siok during the week and if still very low J. M. Moore and wife, Mrs. J. E, Newell, T. M. lilakvlv and sou, and J. D. Wheat went to Galvcstou Fri day last. S. M'inston and Miss. Lillie Winston are payin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 15 August 1884

flfttt?* V i#' - Ó I ' . Ifctl" 1 it "■ ■- f¡> Professional Cards r. Té. wubebom. FRED. c. mccamly Late of MatayorJa. PEARESON & McCAMLY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW And REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Wwt Coonly, HICHMOHD, Tex. Will practice in the Courts of the Eighteenth Judicial District and else- where when specially retained, PHIL. P. PEARSON, ▲ttoraoy-at-Lw, RICHMOND, Texas. Practices in all Courts. TIM TABI.C. Times of arrival and departure oí train* on the G.C. & S.F. and Sun- set ra«lr jnds— ® G.C. & S.F. North bound, arrives • 9-03 a.m. South bound, „ - 3 50 p.m. SUN SET. West bound, ar. 9 a.m., 8-40 p.m. East bound, ar. 4-50 a.m- 3-50 p.rn ANNOUNCEMENTS, FOR CONGRESS. W. H. CRAIN, of Cuero, De Witt Co., J. C. MITCHELL. t. E. mitchell. Notary l\iblic. MITCHELL & MITCHELL, Ziawyers, BICHM0ND, Texas. W. L. Davidson w.c.uan>ei Late of Ala. Davidson & Carpenter, -x lawyersj JllbsMOND, - - - TEXAS. Will practice in all the Courts of the 18th Judicial District and in the App...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 15 August 1884

i V M get u- • Tibe en- [♦wi- ll tbe © k looked like i «orne foreign frowned down Mid tbe crimson i «rolled doors wared •nd forth in tbe that «wept through rord of it I" re- with more em before. "A ghost story Í me «boat it, Violet," said young wood, to whom the deep bay iw with its far off prospect of t bills, veiled in gathering twi- te ear nothing of pretty Violet say nothing close vicinage. pretty were infinitely MM attractive than the more modern regions cf Alnwiok Place. "ft is sot mnoh of a story," said Vio- "" np to her Viry eyelashes at her own aweet voice, "only eg before my great-grand- ' honso, the site was all wood, and there! *M * that a beautiful girl was mnr- her lover. Her grave, they neath the foundations of but I scaroely credit this not." interrupted With a tota of her false curls, ice with the relics of 'Jet. you looking for, aunt? dropped anything? Shall I to taring the candle V a moment afterward* to hereunto aide. nothing," said Miss Re- a little embarrassmen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 22 August 1884

JNT A'PION J. H, WALFORD, General Manager. The Boy and the lteei Detroit Free Pr«8«. MINOR MENTION. Brooklyn. N. Y., uow has 700,000 population. Pomegranates aro being cultivated In the sQuth. They yield $700 per acre. It is now fashionable It Paris hotels to give a waiter a fivo cent tip and no more. I i i1 u r I I i It I1- I RICHMOND, FORT BEN Ü COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 22, 1884. VOL. IVI-NO. 6. Colfax is a new health resort in the heart of Iowa. Its waters make on smile. A twelve-year-old girl has opened a shooting gallery in Nevada. She is an expert shot. A company has been formed in New England for the purpose of converting water into fuel. Twenty-two women working in the ohain gang was one of tie sad sights at Atlanta, Ga., last week. The house in Quebec which Eno is said to have rented.is the residence of the chief of the river polioe. The government says the redemp- tion of unused postal cards does not pay, and it will redeem no more of them. A brooklyn woman applied fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 22 August 1884

ran Orna at Rica urna. oxitiai ° 12.00 - 1.00 • • 60 , A UO UST 22, 1884 TO CLEVELAND, or NEW YORK. won tice pmbident; THOa A. HENDRICKS, (hp ntDIAKA. lite' Msmmouth Company ft lugeithuitver, Dr. L. L. Sjkm will sddraas the ptopb of tliia county, to-morrow at the Court Hoqse, at 11 o'clock. Ha is candidato for rapraaanutire " Tort Bond ad Waller. your tickcta at Wka^'a, #1,50 aach, for the two iom of ear nadara who find a i «arfced en their papar will be ■ded that their aubaeripti on lor the year are doe. Thorna P. Ochiltree ¡a on his way to- Tex*a, from Waahington. When he errivea and acaua the political ontlooklt la more than likely that ho will oonojude not to be candid d ete thia timo.—Victoria Advocate. 1 Mew Hmm Thia week we had a look in at Capt. Davia new home and a more pleasent and beautiful* one could •oarcely be desired. Tho parlor, a room which waa unfinished when laat we aaw it ia beautifuly paper- ed and the ornamental ceiling ia ar~ tisticaliy shown up br a gilt moul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 22 August 1884

IS Professional Cards P. B. P1AEW0M. o I FRED. C. MOCAMLY Late of Matayorda. o PEARESON & McCAMLY, A TTORNEYS AT LAW And REAL ESTATE AGENTS, pwiimacmbVi mcimowD, To*. Will Tiractice in tlie Courts of the o Eighteenth Judicial District arid else- where when speoiully retained. *■ 'H-t PHIL. P. PEARSON, Attora#y-at-Law, RICHMOND, Texas. Practices in all Courts. J. c. mitchell. t. k. mitciikm.. Notary Vublie. MITCHELL & MITCHELL, Lawyers, BXCHX02TD, Texas. W. L. Davidson W.C.Carpenter Late of Ala. Davidson & Carpenter, LAWYERS,' RICHMOND, • - - TEXAS. Will practice in all tlio Courts of the 18th Judicial District and in the Appel- late and Supreme and Fe-deral Courts of the State. • a6tf 20,000 Acres of Land for Sale Apply to W. L. DAVIDSON. R. H. EARNEST, Atttnij at Lav and County Attorn Richmond, Tozos. All Legal business entrusted to his rare promptly attended to. Office in Court House, R. G. TURNER, Physician & Surgeon, Otfics.—RICHMOND HOTEL" POST OFFICE HO I EL, C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 22 August 1884

IgiM, m> merry eu mylioartis l> rvakinji ® ■ il l Bake UM Mem dear, I hold «wee oommunion, Yna jive me heart'* eaae and oheer. for eaob ware ae it brrake before me, , With i'a moaninf «ad and low. Seem* laying. *1, ton, am m aorrow. I sympathize with yoar woe." O tea, when my heart1 aepiration Are for aamething noble aud lngli, And life'* trivial dotta aeem humble, Aud not ihoee (or which 1 nigh. JCaob wave, like a frind. wiaelr conneei* While perlermenx it* own epeoial tank: . . "Do well wbat'er work U «ireu you. That *nrely ia all yon ahonld aak. —DrtnorttT* Monthly J'or June. m m m A MEXICAN ROMANCE. 8b Ural* Po t-OUp tch- It wan in month of March, in the ▼ear 1847, and the fleet of tbe United States, with the army nnder General Soott on board, lav before the city of Ten Oras. All the morning the gnus of the fleet had poured their shot upon the castle of San Juan de Uloa, which commanded the city, and on the beash where the Mexican had gathered to oppose the landing of tUe ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 19 September 1884

tr ¡ HT -v \ .. • • .® J / J ''I 1 I /\ The ]ST ation J. H. WALFORD, General Manager. RICHMOND, FORT «END COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1884. HltiOR MENTION. Pi:ofes80r David Swing, of Chi- cago, can be seen any day this sum- mer driving his quiet old horse to tho village to do his marketing and get his mail. He bought a large tract of land at the entrance of Gypsy Bars, Lake Geneva, Wis., and erected on it a quaint little red cottage,where he re- sides. t Lieutenant Mason Saupeldt, who left the United States ship Enterprise for an exploring expedition in Mada- gascar, has been very cordially receiv- ed in Malagassy capital, and through- oat the island. In many of the villa- ges the people turned out to welcome him and vied with eaoh other in their efforts. The queen sent ont officers to meet the lieutenant, and on April 29 a reception was given in his honor at the royal palace. Lieutenant Saufeldt made a speeoh which was translated, and then the queen handed her speech to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 19 September 1884

InHMflBI -awm 19,1884 EVELAND, YORK. A. HENDRICKS, 0 timiXA. ties. >«. last SatorcUj nun* th* .of the first "grand in Fort Bmd oounfy poli- At two o'olook the Court >ia Richmond vu crowded with • mixed naltitude. Demo- crats end Rspublieans all assembled to hear the various candidate* un- load, and teH bow tbajr loved the people, and how secure the right • of even the would be, if left in : I" r?> mm-m Wm Ip lite [¡(f) speeches were «Mdebjr Cbl. Simms, the sage of Pittaville, and Rev. B. F. Williams the apostle of «the Colony", .Tliey both daim to be representative men In this daj jrod generation and are damero us to go to the "Legislator" The dear people «.an hardly make up their minds as to wbiob of these ¡mtriots can be best spared, bat it Is safe to say, that should either of these reformers visit Austin on a "per diem" basis; the average leg- islator from other distriots will have to "look wild, and move scattering* So we can look forward to the re- peal of all laws no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 19 September 1884

ywv. i if i ■ \ ■ i'. •# P o él-ional Cards r. i;, -luí«**os. r ■. uí camly /.u/f of Matagorda. 9 PEARESON & McüAMLY, ATTORNEV i AT LAW And REAL KüTAl'K AUVXTS, rwi a«Ml CH«ir. aicu « s , m, Will practice in the Courts of the Eighteenth Judicial District aud else- where when specially retained. 1. wesson parker phil. p,¡pearson Parker & Pearson, ▲ttornayi^t Law, RICHMOND, Texts. Practices in all Courts. J. C. MITCHELL. t. k. mitchell. Notary Public. MITCHELL & MITCHELL, ,W. L. Davidson W.C.Carpenter Late of Ala. avidson & Carpenter, % LAWYERS; MONO, - - • TEXAS. 1 practice in all the Courts of the udicial District and in the Appel- id Supreme and Federal Courts of tlie SW . ««tf 20,000 Xcre* °f Land/or Sale Apply to W. t DAVIDSON. "rjTemnest, Jtei)klUiitiCtul; iiitfM'. Texis. v ^_ All Legal business entrusted to his tcare promptly attended to. Office in <Dourt House, Dr. É. G. Turn** Dr. J. Jtf. Weston TURNER & WESTON Piysiciais & Surgeons, RICHMOND. Offic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nation — 19 September 1884

.—— i round; ill' in rags, word and traat also neatly copied n, & hia oominon- ere he waa accustomed ap the oheioeat gema of _ and rules of life. The paraphrase is of the 15th Psalm -and « the characteristics there notud b« those of a gentleman and necessary to constitute a gentleman how many • true gentlemen are there abroad in these days? BATTLE WITH INDIANS. mmJ A Thrilling XncMent t« the Early Ulstery tflexaip,^;-:- [The following very interesting nar- rative is one-of hundreds of similar ; ' sr' IK gi-i. m character, the material for which . with much oars and labor, been gath- ered by an aged veteran, J. W. Wa- BAJtaKB, of Boand Rook, Texas, him- self of historic fama. Hia mannaeripta are at present undergoing revision by a gentleman of distingnised literary ability, Col H. A. Kidd, of Dallas, with a view ® publication in a volume.] In the yesr 1831 there was a battle fought, which, considering the number engaged, and the result, waa certainly one of the best contested eve...

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