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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 31 July 1858

rA üw O • -• r. £?-. :ffiV «V Jt- ji? iipWtóíi I t ;j- :;!• ^ > 4 \ 7*tÜ$ GALES HODGES, [«•MM $;$&m " V¡1 :ír*V ¡ i VOLUME I, MATAGORDA, TEXA8. SATURDAY, JVLY 31,1858. TBB GAZETTE, PUBLISHED ETBBT SATURDAY BT aUMOT ...«3 00 .$3 50 The Stolen Kuúe. 5^T j-n-n.—If paid in advance .-. '.tjjs'AiB si* montai .. - id ñnanBT^attrapftlMr7W--r«é ' would not be obl'V •""continncd ir.itil all arrearage*are paid.! wuuiuuut "c. " p • -.—Oncxquare ' Many years ago, when a boy of seven ¡ or eight years, there was one thing thai I; longed fot more than any thing else, and1 which I imagined would make me supreme- ly happy. It was a jack-knife. Then I borrow father's ev- • ry time Í wished t it, could whittle w'. [Prom tjie Wt Teach Girl > the " Oil! the men are so de< is the story we are doomed ed till we tire heartily tired c able theme, and long for son whisper, " men are true!" '. ¡ • ■ v.: all v in v. M wrmrrtmjm *.*t • «• «. 00; 3. 00 ; 00; DO; r.oi wt 10 is' 1H i ve i U <:var I ...

Publication Title: Matagorda Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 31 July 1858

1^* . an aSBSSafir S^St p*f ,\wfK jjPs? " .# w .,* j ' '-'A , t ÍM& > r* a? ' I f • ¿4* • - / t I ' l fí m Ys I Editor. MA T A GORDA, T E X A S. ■ ii i i ■ - - approbation of a maturity of onr fellow-cit-j Thoill ¡ i?cD9, oar highest wishes will barí been I The Secretary of the Interior is gratified ; If not, vrti will have the consola- j a short respite from hid arduous tion of having- done what m conceive to bo our duty. Death of <St Anthony SATURDAY. . JULY 31, 1858 frti V>'« r« ¡intb'iNíf J to ann-nuic W. T. H. COMP- 'I'j'vjí a c.. dijit« i>>r isr^totion toe ofhee ui Ab- ««muí ua Collector. ol Miii&jfoiJ county. * \v"j>uce aatbarim'l u wiu- ui)': JOS.,Tfif-.KLL -i .i tináilttí'! for tJ the..•'ice oí .. Jtrnl, oi county. «•We -re Í<J Minnuncu/. 3. VAN BE .OR* W. E*t. . «* ft oaa-it J te for the oOre of Mou.l M m Auguii ne ft SalMtatoij. We aje íuerHifalé c.f the many difficulties that mpst. present themselves in discharg- ing the onerous duties of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 31 July 1858

■ ;:V, : '*- M: msa JULY...* 731, 1858 List of Letters EM Alii ISO Incite Port Ofllce tt Matagorda, Tcím, A PRINTER may find a situation by applying nt| this Ofllce immediately. . New C^itox.—Dj*. E. A. Piíausc-v &¡-;ih «i new balo f cattfta tu town on Wodncnt'tiyj last, woighiii;? í ¡35 poínj.^.. JCiúi is. '■ j fiiat bag gathered in tliii covnty -uii. j new crop, ttud speaks wcU for the T>< •tor' ci)tcr[iiiói; and pjrsovcroaoe. \K\> had accumulated j as for a hig Mow over this balw, but ¡'¡¡it upon raising the valve, wo mtoiv, d i'k- Courier, acki-'-wl- cdgin'.T the recoh' ...f a ' .vie at Tin;• nvil.i, _ ■whiui Ldid-koO .HI t'.ie tovelty out '. / •«««•« story. The Courur's bale was <: vu lu Do Wiii! ! county, by W. J.Í. KirMv-iid, ISsq., and was*' tafeen fr in the pvt':' o;i 'ho 17th, i -it. We cofwoí-í ttio Inictajr, how-.: ver, by; reminding him tlr.-J it an ii.dicatioii o/j greater vidd/or ci. ttt.n i.-^open^ tr, . süon; bcüJdfr Uto graijioí. arr siur. WQ. Al a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 31 July 1858

B" . P if ling the sound rarely achieved." "Our friend* . M • .,3 , V |&; [Frota the Eagle and OLDEN 3CENE8. ST NAM* oaf The dear old rook* I used to love, How grand they (till appear, 1 gaze tbio* memory «a them «till, More now in !o e than fear. Bow high they teemed to childiih thou't, Almost to pieroe the skies, r nh rooky point a wonder seamed That opened wide the eyes. I see myself a gipsy child, A "nut-brown little maid With dark shy eyes, and look askance, Of half the world afraid. With gay companions, full of glee, I mount the rocky bight, I hear again the raer y shout, 1 feel the cheeks grow bright. The same old wild ñowers greet ray sight Their fragrance fills the air, A mingled perfume, dearer far, Than Indian essence rare. Onoe more I press the old moss lock; Or dancing, wild with mirth, Feel that no Queen has ever trod ° A brighter 9pot on earth. 1 bound again from roek to rock Tili standing high o'er all, 1 glance below and laugh to see The walking world «o small, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 16 October 1858

IMtOl'itlKTOK. 6,1858. NUMBER 12. . settled "of the Kanawha, an unbroken settlements had been .and they were so rain all hopes of as- attack from hostile i Infested the fe for dlht of being then; in making' quit the forest, which I] which promised aa had which point I could d is rarer no trace whatever, from the amount of blood which marked the trail, together with the unmistakable evidence that he hsd picked his way with difficulty, I was lead to be- lieve that he was mortally wounded, and in order to prevent his body from falling into the hands of his white foe, he had groped his way into the river, and thrown himself into the current, which had boine him away. The Indians had killed my cow, and that you may be assured, was no trifling loss; yet in my gratitude for my escape from the merciless savages, I would have been willing to have made much greater sacri- I was wall provided, by means of ammunition taken from the second attack; but thS^lh4MW$f¿pHW9tobe my last adventure with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 16 October 1858

■ WBI CEO. • J*4fc ut tac K:rU JjtiHai tjr tW t l rn-t.ua oí C IScct 01 ,<ih X«na^r, ihuk- I* III# CoCMt.-Slr. Jame "«off tour though district of oar oonn frum whicn 2UÜO had nlrsndy been spots that bad ftwt |^|ch 4600 4 kin gathroi he «it Jiiift rich Ganar. Mr. btt CaaKjj i. -a? Ig •¡fill Caney. bad tl* («••pie trust any prom: acaapanied l>v tÑHi, and Boar sn opportunity is afforded them by which they may show their true •Atl—that they may choose between a oniserratire Democrat and a rank AIn.H- tiifhist. We regard the questoion ia Illi- nois aa fairly and squarely before the peopl of that Sute, whether or not Abolitionism •hall triumph over the Constitution and Ditfterncy. To say that Steplsen A. Douglas ia not a trae representative of Democratic principles in that contest, indicates, at the leaat, a iteiiem political gambling in absurdities. Douglas haa ever been a Democrat, in every sénseof the «eras. No person ever preten- ded te accuse bin of aay thing else, until last w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 16 October 1858

*-l \ s i^J •• . } pit MW eM datiooi * to* is tbe «lo Us he bicj but *i. oí v ' CtA.i TT* • * t*i [ the i *T. in oo at, Ac J go , Ac., can be obtained. in per month of four wrek< frnii the tin* of Mllturf to Jeljr 1858,—each week tieing Mk of (he will he re- MTVae-haH at tbs beginning, and tb« remainder at eloeeefthe year. No «eduction for afeence. ex- Oft ta cana of protracted sickae**. WM| <ha Tem. mm pupil will be allowed to attead hallo ar parties. CATHAtCn H. WRIGHT. Wy n, us --iy Mmiiwi. . (Jfelvcriify ®f LouittUna. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. W Asnal Crane of Lectures in this Department, «n (WMBN on MONDAY. Ifoeember IS, 1858 á will Inrt 111 la tto eaaalag March. ¿AIMS JONES, )L D., Fntotr af Practica af Medí ¿LÜRDIU.X. ., WXBJtXK 870XB, M. IX, Profanar of Surgery A. IAD., Professor of Otatetrics. A. MOW. V* to-. MNm af Materia . JtCOABDSOM.X. ft, Profesor of Aaatoay. M- ft, Pntaor af AfMwud • of Xew 0rl«;a«. oa icc -aij T*' Daiiar* t*r c-¿ea' i Dollar u.d ten cent- a d «. a j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 16 October 1858

:e Borrofti os dr. coeetircLL*! salt Oí all «liaea«e,ib* Spriag* tom naglcst i W-: ■m0f Ty+ANCET, LEECHES f BLISTERS tsftataga |l ii l| fcesB —Isdiw, it baa con MIWMM Mirtr-tai pttahaatat am nm, tow*, — _ d^Mw-vtetmr fern he Ma teeñSÍ—whether in the SSÍM^íss^^.- ^ ™- imtarhwtheloet r, mjoiraa aaerefy what ad tai a aateTha «I*b oí it. When a CURE is gut iv allstares ot SECRET DISEAÍ m- Of*Bi iiVWri ultlaf few ai*« ^«iul Oq(M«. : Power, Carnea! Weahneaa'f't^BMarf^rStan.' Low of jpj*P*P"- .^Lirar Diaoaap, Erun- Fsra, P&inaia the tack «ai lw ), Fe. „ 'ttaa and all iapromr discharge* from Wt asma It naif art not from Waal ran* the dL«aw _ _ mm isBfitiiABfor «Mtmte tbe cuee recovery iacertain, and in a ahortarttaaa than a per- ' vsttsilí&tñ ess i and resisted afl their mana of one. The arc pleasant without odor, canal)ig no siek- nr~r. niri *1— r—m nrrmrj r 'nlaaim During twenty of practice, llura reeeutd frnathe j*w«ót Ifcath, " J" laat stage* uf the «bora Ven giran np to die br ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 23 October 1858

■ • J I J Vi iü f L \ ri U * * < ' < MKF '* ■ 81 JT '. * -f< / 4 - 3% ; -•*^Vr- j^N* - s) * •41^ **; %et m i f* t« * «**• % t-r. «■ >•<-■- ■- *c ^ . -%r *f W #^fcr.- *•-. -r**W *-.-" v-^T-v '«I ^«yu r*- '* w># in *■ 4 - «A l'íát ¿ friOL* I ; ir- -M *Vi-y. #r, jg-res w ad *<i«-f %«« Utts&O iHttlSgótaL;

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 23 October 1858

3.9, omet.m >at ^® ¡from which to fix tap a little editorial are, juat at this time, remarkably scarce. Every- M^DMria ^ÍDg work8 w¡tí • gfn-horw regularity *wl we become tirad, yf 4«H/í^ tl>f ,«ijae thing over and ov^i* a too dull to write about, especially when •ecou worl w g the h To Cirr. Jso he is dangerously wstin tand it i# £e initio i*>f continue lie gn. "H wi Yéurs, tc., A££. BAIlXAliD ford. Arg'fñ. 1 witt «***«•* particulars!nu,r^'^ #t ^ 1 Is the Weekly we atsted the entire s r.^ yellow fvver, up to flu ktioarftbe i)iai. learns fr-irp the Picayune that the ware run over this road, on the 14 th inst ,1^^^ by the wi whirh tin Iran nntlrr df Alfr*ra to VluCh It vrilTHe seo«r t*t.< Mfc, .Sh*. IStb, seoir I T lave reacíied 231 , or an f? !®uch te**! The last week the disease has been more* than tlie company anticipated would he n* faUl |hau #uy previüUK weck 8¡lice ülC ^uirsd. ^They da aat Mptct.t* disbunif outbreak of tlw epidemic. There remained j|W)s4FtkSB¿CftMl&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 23 October 1858

* Tí ;! \T\Y YORK. ;ppari> m>>o .n x. ' TV?r. uímT>: «>v- Xel- l .1 C.'-a.- :i: . .1 Orr-- ••'■•ni .'.'ir ti. f¡ff7t'-¿vrt'r. Jernx. ¡ia*ir..- • if rt>l :hi- •>/ ii. i \ ' Mr. • • «.'vt ¡ ataaa Su- ictiml .. m ;«• !'• -.t—«rili I FtvlMSi Fcrwanflrx. >•<■ ^m • • ..Tf. "i¡r Xl.¡ • w CiwiiMa «ni H m. j 4 ' H. CA<"!LLÍ, n^^fíT th- 4y!e «f JtK H t ' CJLX.UE.VT&JP Co advance* made on all kinda^ <íKKüuaL johxissiox 5ti£ r-H.V!íTS, ¡ one wflr. by mail or expres5, po-t pai1 (í'/*A ! communications shíwlJ l>e aJaro* eü DBAX k SALTER, PfcOriUtTOR-:. 335 Brtudtray, New Vork nl-y T«t ana COTTO.y FACTORS, | K*. M, StmuI Street, *c\t V rk. I Mar 1, lSiS. 3 2átí. j_J J. POTTEL1., ! Te the Citizen of IjOuUknn*, RXEY JRJOüfcSELLOH AT LAW.j fsufbama, HJltL practice in ihis aed Calhoun county, in •VÍWÍMÍ| J i) Ir which are Poif Lavaca, (mltanola, **?e. Jtrk^USUH* Also jo the Federa! and Supreme Courts of the TtHHCtSte Y ¿JCOl State. Office, Matagorda, Texas. EDUC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 23 October 1858

,n*' ting the sound rarely acbiered."^7fcaiy i "Our friends wtl! find at Mr. Waters3 ibe very best assortment of music and piano be found in the United States, end we orge athern and western ft ¡ends to give bim a calí «bfiierer ihcy go to New Yoik.3—tfrdbeVj Mm u Ve consider them worthy of lion, from the resonant and exc nal tone *hich Mr. Waters has i amine —*. Y Mutital World •'There is one which, i or beau richness and brilliancv of toe, not exoel, anything of the kihfeg^ barH seen. It is from tha establisf^Pt of Hi Waters. Being constructed of the best end m< thoroughly seasoned material, and opon Im- proved principles) it is capable of resisting the action of the elimate and of standing a long time tn «une.—Savannah Rtpnblhan, Savannah Ga. "His instinments are well known for their su- perior qualities though tbey scarcely surpass in richness, volume ef lone and delicacy of touch some instruments of more obeeore makers which we have seen; jet even in these prime respects. Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 30 October 1858

wmvm iiyaro *) TEXAS NUMBEfi THE LOUISVILLE JOURNAL FOR COA. UTION. The Lou ¡«Tille Journal having long since buried the Whig party—and helped, by its fatal friendship, to kill the same party, doubtless i and baring performed similar offices for the American party, is now en- deavoring to engender a hideous political monster of its own, which it fondly hopes rill, in doe time, go forth " conquering and to conquer* But the Journal knows there can be go propitious birth or early matura- with fact, orjt deliberately perpetrated the above as a huge política) canard. Corwrn, Trumbull, and Greeley have mti shown a willingness to " abandon altogether every- thing like a future opposition to tile future admission of slave States." They have, oa the contrary, declared in fkvor of the Wfl- mo Proviso, as a means of making ft im- possible forever that anote slave State could be created out of American territory. That is the long and the short of their plat- fiwm ow*the «1 wreryexteewon qaettio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 30 October 1858

«UCARAGCA I panting Oth, llil advised that on the 16th day ■nt, i i wkI wffl leave this port for Sos Joan dri Norte. She will *****' take ony passengers or freight that may «Ser for Nicaragua. Tf yon, or any peraon in y mu- lo Central i ir1. Santo, Sent 89, 1868.—Santiago Y S —To Hn -Excellency the Gore t aaya, we liare ¡ jjoevo be* y Coa hu i la. cowfcunicatleo ¡ We admire the frank way in which t " Chief of the North" acknowledges bia de- feat* tbeagh be appeara «tore despondent thaa he would have felt ff at ftc tina of making the above report ke had knewa the thorough result of the affray; for 1* appears from latter dates received by aa yesterday np to the 6th instant, that the loas sustain- ed «M Sot ss grsat as reported, aa only a portion of the train of arar had been captur- ed by ilinunou, and the liberal troops hav hif .aa^i their repeat lb gn on^aidred older. Oen. Vidaorri apparently knew not tkw whaa ha swts, for hs waa then forty milea from the asene of battle, already on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 30 October 1858

% i. lift*. "9 W itytfMi >W*^- Wi t I ■ tiotr.w. m. WB John Steger, MERCHANT TAILOR, new york. >ne w«rk. bv mail or espre««. pr«l paid. QT-All communications siiouM be aüú¡e<ise~ CP'KCt tl'RRMACT. - i J. ?mt:pparp to tkr riUNM •rMtUforli jdt mtiiM a fail ata «.Mflrt vlJ i ibapkctfuixy u4 lidMtfjlWlki Broadcloth*, Casiaaeri, Vwlln#,^,, • Ac, Ac., Ac., 1 •f the tateet ytltrrw, wliirfc he wejaued V np at tk* AwtMt Ktirf. hala nuk ■ • full aa* <rf Uk FINEST QLALITÍ MtcIL li hwh " BUKKH YRf ti. SHEPPARP. Mat a ¡¡ordd, 7V« MSPOf.UTfüX. 1W«T par>n*rJiip h^rrt'ifntv exi-tln;: I'rrw^n Nil- . non Ctnrnlo. Hy. J. Ovrrauan idi) Win. it. • '«*• wily. hjTÍBf expired thi* day b_v its own lim tati«.i. Mr PEA X a salter. PRonurTuR*. 335 Briwulwav. iNr* Vork Ha haa alaa. mm haad, a tarjra rtorkoTRItOY MAÜC CLOTH IXti, which he will aril at New York ■rices far Ctaa,iriffwtwi cníit Cal ari aee hue. lifilfMA, fuu, hfttabar It, WM.-lí üverauan ha retire ! r«-tn tu«- lirra. Tb« Uw ne-«i wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 30 October 1858

like M MtrijrH Of mil «nw. the mt «wt eanse Spring uoaa aegtect <H listar*:' la*¿. SOFFBR NOT! When a CURE is guaranteed IK ALL STAttSS or SECRET DISEASES, powerful. ai I ferv :« nr* ! >V!?! r!c. Nin?erN sowing Haclüfir« JmpOl ¡«* at« «ü< in" whenever I bey go ' Magazine. bwsrthi r ttr .-á L. 't -f LOM of pttofSTtt H.sl |or obstinate the ca«| ■la a shorter time than a per- mM lar NUT other treatment, [haa bafled the drill wt eminent ■of awe. Tb« raeniag noidekl Duriug twenty Iwml ftwitttjiwiof Death! thr Is if Hi¡m «T the at« ve| | te die hf their to the af- eeittuNd.il 'The trehV i« r!< ar n¡eíu.;ii u<. tli« í'a*'? i« ri>!u : the middie jwt land p i9sp>-:iiiif ti f ,• "* 'ting thí sound o! each ___T ... _ i rarely achieved/'—Ilea i f C. IVatton. . public comparable In Singer's Sawing machines. |' wOnr friend will txn«1 at Mr. Waters' store i Alter establishing the highest reputation ia thaj the very best assortment of music ami pianos to United States ihej were...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 6 November 1858

( ^ MATAGORDA GAZETTE HP CALfcS HOO6BI1 VOLOME ["aatTOB 93aas sruaarasru an «oacaaMtaau.*'! PROPRIETOR. MATAGORDA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1858. NUMBER 15. I- ' frftLISBS •ATVI9ATIT 0 M •*%% *%%% SO •%%*% •• % • •• •••••••- ••••••••••«« • • •« fftr •it H LOLA MONTKZ AND THE CLERGY. The Good Shepher dCharch in Nov York city, presided over bj the Rcr. Ralph ww blew dowB mm time ago by • Lola Montes, hearing that ch was remarkable for having die- charity to the poor, wrote a note to Mirer a lecture .prooeeds to the re-conetruo- which was ▼ery properly sc- of thought diffe- diocese to interdicrahs aooomplish- of the Mragcmeut, IT^a dilficnit V to cneararent the aad in this oase the respects to advertise to* cf it paid he to tÚe wise: The yon that an to be giren to the Rer. Hoyt, to aid búa in rebuildidg hie ftae cheroh for toe poor. Tbe papers hare Me of toe clergy upon toe worthy to receive toe of this Ueh is certainly a pisoe of bigotry to the poor, and saddle I hare aerar be- in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 6 November 1858

Tirrn.úiTn:. TIÍS rnr<ir KNT ÁND POUGLA?. :pokitxg.—Several «>f our citizens have MOIIK < M'I'o. f the P oc KWXT mTtTgo Aturda gioomv . . _ . been upon ti¿e field this week plaving - aí "¡J*°n T*'* hsaoc wilh tlie feathered iril<e SiiM-guns r^lolouMnoashb. a . ( , ail44.f;!r^r d pe.. nd<utspo- |fJf tin' crv sii'pe, iid are tlK S aV tírame Cons c 08 ¡d JSF!,cd*s It w ajd 3S >|Hhr fo' t} v prate La ¡ir.: that they are desir t fouml tq abiJAanci _ d¡shdb.tbat we Bee .¿■a—ia_rn.-. _ ... .- . . i table, we believe it. Speakiu£of birds re- *',at a,e desirous <•. j ;ttii1#; h:;n \Yj¿pn I -mmfcEO.w.SMlTH|in Üie Nortl'ernStates that hare reÍraU^™^ m ™ nre a^in nndcr obíi¿^-t***h,sf *nph Statesmen su ■KT ft. RrowD 'k-ri.!V M Mletal Dtórirt. k-M -I—ti™ i, ' e recPDljT %^.^ti^^<^^^^ tbe a*M dearuriug to. mako J* o*po*i ty ti , idCleCtl0t>S- we have aD *^,llona,,^ir,tí.a¿í^r ftTon tu 'DoujIm in M^iáiTWpi assume a me of cur M«*: <i,'j i «>Xi-h :. to if ny >«d ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 6 November 1858

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Publication Title: Matagorda Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Matagorda Gazette — 6 November 1858

THBMATAGORDA GAZETTE' IS LAKOJ IMC PiFKR IB TUB IB WORLD Me Forget. Waverly Magazine, A WEEKLY PAPER, If J.C k «MI Tbe isa I 19 Oh, Md SOS BSt Oí «1! ¿femase. Iba pnt Brat cm* Spring* ¿os neglect of Nature a lavs. STTfFSR NOT! When n CURE is gnannUcd IV ALL STAOKg OP SECRET DISEASES, PiMlMy. Mnttutu Hrteo. IWinan mt Ik* "" ihtaM. u« Aa. Tlina . >y tum * vhte'a of Visioe. Loas of Liver Disoess, Erup- i tack m4 head. Ft. ■•ar iwlataa A iWt cease the dM _ or wWhiitii tk cm ta abortar time then a per other treatment, kill of an of tan. The «sing no sick _ , Darin (f twenty lhamrmnifrnthtjavaofDNtk, who, ta tka hd at 140a of the abort gives up to dio by their to tbeaf WtaiHBriHtolN^akM they aretimfir*^ torver to the harnea foarfrTasa mmmI my cure, a p Mantktjrat- lasóme «bo win llii rj|i f 1 imi ¡*é r-'T-í Medí >of thsba- "The treble 1 clear, pure, powerful, an>( reiy mploiioti*. the base ileep. rullinj;, ami «mu- rous , tbe middle ¡art is rich, and sympathetic, and poweísinií t...

Publication Title: Matagorda Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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