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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 February 1855

% A* Í|: ft a I' ' f t r EVEHY SATCKDAY. and a half per r.nr.nm, in U paid in six months trtm ; or>hree dollars and a Lalf of the year. •Fot each square - «10 • 6 iinesor lets, per tannin, 10 0. quarterly in advance, ... - - 196 ff - - 65 C( 35 ■ 0 is prepared to execute with neat- i, all Linda < ► of job work at the os- 1 I t< «f Mcir i «yew. * who do not gire expreaé notice to the contrary, m c*nsiderc<Uu wishing to continue tfceir mhw rlptin^i 2, 11 «ubscribers order the discontinuance of their papen, publisher* May continue to aeud thorn until X If su6scribcn*nefflect or refluc to take their mni from the j«at cocs to which they are acnt, they arc keldmpo^bte until they pay up. 4. If anhacfJtfcr* retrieve to other places without iafcmiaffttepibfefa"' and the paper m sent to 4WfcwetWttin«, tliey aro held responsible. 5. The cHort* ha*a decided that rvtusinp to take • periodical or paper from the office, or removing and testing 1t uncalled for, is prima facie cvidcncu o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 February 1855

/ / THE TEXAS *i n I L r I ¿ II e H i ! }' Í H is jr f rUARY 17, 1855. .— The Texas San com- of eight hundred, ncuhftoNTenl 1855. Af ti for the 8n. , John A. Hancock, Esq., Houston. Col. Wm. T. Austin, 6a dveston. Brown k, Griffin, Autin. Hon. A. J. Bell, BeDrUle. Tho*. O. Masterson, Brazoria. N. W. Faison, La Grange. Jas. T. Cole, Belton- D. D. Crmnpler, Brenham. Jo*. C. Herndon, Western Texas. , Wm. Marshall, Baltimore City, Md. Henry Hiden, Orange C. H., Vs. ■ W. B. Okeson, Springfield, Limestone Coaaty, Texas. , Wm. Chilton, Tyler, Texas. See first page for our remarks to ad- vtrtiters, circulation of the Sun, rate and term of advertising, &c. Mr. James Burke will please excuse us fyt not publishing his letter from Houston, We are glad that he entertains such an ex- alted opinion of the Sun, but his letter is too lettering and personal to appear in our col Phil, our old elasámate at college, makes his appearance in our columns this week.— Me mast excuse us for publishing thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 February 1855

... - ► r i V of* a* e tare received the first number called The Texas San, published Texas. It is a large and paper, and edited with much .* II any of our friends wish to obtain from the Star State, ire advise to Mud on after the Son. Subscrip- ts 50 per annum.—True American. of our exchanges complain of the of prices of wool; but we still it an aricle which may be produced with great profit in this country, if our peo- ple are only willing to give it proper at tention. We know that we are yet far from •applying our own markets. It appears from the late report of the Secretry of the Treasury, that the woollen fabrics used annually in the United States contain 300,000,000 lbs. of wool, of which, in 1853, 60,000,000 lbs. were raised in the country; SI,000,000 lbs. imported in a raw state, and 119,000,000 lbs. imported in manufactured This shows and excess cf 180^)00,000 lbs. in the amount imported over the domes- tie product. We are glad to see that the people of the South arc not di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 February 1855

• • - ->" -*« ■■^^-^m¿*aeii¡sez& 8i .--. miscellaneous Tun> y, Wednesday sod Sunday, every Wednesday, every Thnrsda .tjPP tand Gonzales every Sunday redneiday and Saturday, r Monday and Thursday, ir'aahington every Tuesday . Felipe wd Washington every Tuesday and unconditional head-right t of Louis BirtUall, for 640 «crea, is- I of Land Commissioners of Harris from within the time pre- r. application will be made for dnpli- D. W. C. HARRIS.. ,18SB- ▼Jn54f Livery B. BRANCH Stable. having rented IK Li voy Stable' in this place, an- ís his friends and the public generally, ■ abundantly supplied his stable with the _ «« provender, and an iMirt and faithful Waller, m that nil who may feel disposed to patron- ise liiw.—7 depend upon having their kOaea well ■MenJsd to at reasonable charges. vlnS-tf wine or dder, or an; i M1LLL\«. has s plan for dressing GRIST lor to anything yet done, for tut, and making good meal. Careful hand can sharpen it. Lct- Wm. Staple; A. Dyer, or Richmon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 24 February 1855

sasfimfo v-aütia ,?. ka •' a~rriTirnwri i PUBLIS T-B TOOL. OF MO MATf J TWB «LATE OF HO FJJtTY It. H. RAWLDÍG8 * CO RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, 8ATUEDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 185o. VOLtJME 1. í \ Í2 J 1 ■K I fiá VfS PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY. TERMS.—Two dolían aad a half per annum, in advance; three dallan if pud in ax months from the time of rahaaibing; or three dolían and a half Bet bohI ootíl ^0 frnj the year HATES OF ADVERTISING.—For each square it eigto tines or lesa, flrst iaaertkm - - fl 00 Eaafc anhse«ineat insertion SO rda, eight Hnea or lessperannnm, 10 00 One column, pasible quarterly in advance, i SUN afiee is ] ness and despatch, i -aal rates. 135 00 - . . 65 00 . 35 00 to execute with neat- lands of job work at the us- Tke Law of newspapers. 1. Subscribers who da mot give express notice to ^ ..—* to continue 8. If subscriben order the discontinuance of their r continue to send them until et or refuse to take their i from the poat-olfee to which they are sent, rare held responsible un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 24 February 1855

¿.i 4 THE TEXAS SUN. EDITOB. Cb*C«L*T*OM.— The lidia with a (air eight hundred to serení : f r P V I íft I I H A. Hancock, Esq., Houston. C«L Wm. T. Austin, Galveston. & Griffin, Austin. fon. A. J. Bell, Bellville. O. Masterson, Brazoria. , V. Faison, La Orange. Jas. T. Cole, Belton- D. D. Cnnnpler, Brenham. Je. C. Herndon, Western Texas. Wm. Marshall, Baltimore City, Md. Henry Hiden, Orange C. H., Ya. W. B. Okeson, Springfield, Limestone County, Texas. Wm. Chilton, Tyler, Texas. jy gee first page for our remarks to ad- vertiser , circulation of the Sun, rates and terms of advertising, kc. Independence. There is so machin the natural resources of Texas of which to be proud, and there is go much in the history of the republic, of wisdom in the council, of courage in the field, and of disinterested patriotism every- where, that Texans may well be proud of their home, and boast of the glories of their commonwealth. This deep and pervading feeling of independence, which, by some of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 24 February 1855

m+tmmm li f • ft -'j POETRY. : N in the Express of Monday, reverend gentleman, of the Methodist had seduced s young and pretty r twenty-one years of age, at his m Alleghany county, Kc-w York The unfortunate victim was earned to New York city to avoid detection, bnt as already stated, the facts have been made known, and were recited u follows before Mmrer Wood: Some seven months ago, the preacher, (Wtoee name for the present we withhold in order that public justice may not be defeat- ed) aa is alleged, had the girl in qaestion employed in his family as seamstress.— Dining a portion of this time his wife was sick, and absent from home. This, to her, naiwtanate circumstance, favored the object of her husband, who, as is alleged, on several is, entered the room of the yonn" and by his smiles, devices and prom? ■aged to effect her rain. Some particulars of his conduct were di vulged, and he, to keep his wife in the dark ana maintain peace and harmony in his fam- ily, as well as the congr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 24 February 1855

"'1Jf LNEOUS. \ is r 1 «:•%. il 1 I MISCELLANEOUS. ■icmnsT.M r I inform th& of Fort Bend and . „ of ■¡Qkindsl Hntbe above Boa, in all of its All kind of wrought iron work forged ■Hotfse-sboeing doM on the most [Trusting ia his long experience, he «Tin* naenl satis&etionHHÉ of giving general E.G. LOVALL. Richmond, Texas, July 89,1364. v2nl0 r vrnmd to contract for of aO kinds. Job work A share of the floficitodo vecmuj GEORGE W. McAULEY Richmond, Jan. 23,1853. vln3-ly withirf the time pre- will be made for D. Wi). HARRIS. vlnS-tf 1,1866. WILLIAM Li?err Stable. B. BRANCH having re Li very Stable in this pi* , to his friends and the public gener that he has abundantly supplied his stabtewttl bast of provender, and an attentive and finthfal boetler, so that all who may feel dispoaed to patron- IULHST TTTTLLIAJI F. SPARKS woald most respectfully TT announce to the people of Anderson and the surrounding counties, that be baa purchased the for the State of Texas, for the sale of ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 3 March 1855

^foT""?•" - - "'r .f 'rT^- rJ" " 'i «tiCCÉüiüue. v¿. - ¿A'^fc¿^ ^TifcjfíáflMfTr -r.:¿" -¿4. ¿i I a. H. RAW LINGS fc CO. THE TOOIÍ OF I¥0 1AX; THE SLATE OF !¥0 PARTY. PUBLISHER ntOFUEtOR«> * VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1855. NUMB the if * RA' of rifkt Each PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. and I half per annom, in if paid in ais month* from ¡kg; or three dollars and a hall until the end of die year. OF ADVERTISING—For cach sqnarc- er leas, first insertion . - $1 o I— i lion t paid u TWO Altees ItaaliM . Caída, tight lines or leas per annuui, 10 oí, <0ne c i«nf payable quarterly iu advance, er annum j-¿5 0 • • tí. " - 3i i n - to execute with npat- 11 lunds of job work at the us- The Lair tf Newspaper . " 1. S^ wwiber* wlw do not give express notice to tha are considered as wishing ?o continue Unfc 2. If wharritirrs order the discontinuance of their purrs, yahbhen mar continuo to send them uuti: auarrvaxara are paid. *1 If saMeribera neglect or refuse to take thei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 3 March 1855

■-,-■■ CKJ**-+ "•* ' **-^-''" '' *^¡'¿ ■ ■«« — jfcs~'!ggJ£^g<jatiSS£ ££ .rír ' ? T> ; jé£BMs&SSS&í& 7&f!í¿a?xí¿j&* miwy«írv * &y$!Si^£BSMiaKg& ¿txr *e THE TEXAS SUN. IDITOB. SATURDAY, MARON 3, !ft¿ ¿I i I I |f í; f E 11 í I |{ i i ' 'XI rl n V A. J. Bell, Beüville. -j. O. Malte non, Brazoria. N. W. Faison, La Grange. Jas. T. Cole, Belton- D. D« Crupier, Browhm. Jm. C. Herndon, Western Texas. Wa Marshall, Bettmere City. Md. Henry Hiden, Orange C. H., Ya. ¥. B. Okeson, Springfield, limestone Comity, Tesas. Vb. Chilton, Tyler, Texas. The rirer is still very low. We hare had several rises within the last week, of a loot at more. By lightering, the Betty Pow- all^was enabled last evening to get afloat agpiii. She reached onr wharf about 6 o'clock P. M., and this morning left Rich- mond for Washington. Several wagons fina La Grange hare jnst arrived here, to Medre the freight from this steamboat, bnt they got here a little too late, the B. P. having left ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 3 March 1855

a heait, emotionally, tlie feeble article which capacity knew no more I and noble impulses th n , of thef opera of Norma. " "* in that western town , who dwelitherein, thy undeveloped, thy talents Tiy energies rust oat, and , like them, a perambulat- " sacrifice to the laxy Sanctity. thy taper legs; I shall la- Vtie; I shall weep ; that did so very long a tail for thy nnctuons hair, ■thy perfumed whiskers; I " i for thy polished boots and i • Í shall miss thy intellectual radiant with innocent imbecili- é I shall hwe my daily meditation ie precarious frailty of those ii tV""-* intangi- f ient friend, when hereafter all hare yielded their hearts captivating charms; when thy beauty is folly appreciated, and thy endowments acknowledged by to cast one condescending toward thy former friend admirer, and give one gra- thoagbt of kind remembrance to sor-j mrfrg, dim "* 1 * mfl. Doesticks. Damphool, thou art superlative—there is asna greater. Farewell Henceforth friend- lUp to me is but a n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 3 March 1855

■S2&S2SSSS Mta¡¡mm MISCELLANEOUS. * * V '-. , Íl ■ I TTTTI ABBITAL AS DEPARTURE AT at? Arrive from Houston every Mmtoy^fedncsday ■d Saturday,«5o'clock, f. M. erery Tucs- k, A. M. ay, Wednesday , Thursday and Sunday, erery Wednesday. ereiy Thursday. *" " y. every Sunday To Cuiumbia every Wednesday and Saturday. FwmC - - - - To St. and Friday. From St. Felipe and Washington rery Tuesday and Friday. THACHJ.MST. TIE undersigned would resjiectiully inform the citizens of Fort Bend anu adjoining counties, that he has recently opened a «hup iu the city of Rithmoud, where he is prepared to execute all kinds of work embraced in tke above liBe, in ail of its branches; All kinds of wrought iron work forged for machinery. Horse-shoeing done on the must improved plan. Trusting in his long experience, he feels confident of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LUVALL. Richmond, Texas, July 29, lc54. v¿ulO every Saturday, and Gomales ( i Columbia every Monday and Thursday. It. Felipe and Washingt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 10 March 1855

t; -v T."- £- 'r:M. * '* ,7v. f , jaadfywt #>;«wEsr • f • - T f&rm - v* ; yi<- 1í> ,4- <; v tv„'), Bfc'ná éíthenik-', m\rr. > i" f i «««91 7t.; y -v ejt I jísi w« srsnd TTÍ4.-? aad £ ¿¡>-4fc%jgt vj>| a* £s4««¡i ^Bíl>WS<fíS ¿*É*tí&3 ¿mí ! >s •-aiiiumi' tr-rtw. PÜBLI AND PR a ^¿«¿'í-8** tmrnj-j ir%*« *d5 0 v.-*'*«8ROr #sa? «é ; - '• ¡ ■ -lu- «* T?—r- ,'/-•> •«!.. '•■CfcJE i'áw- 1855. frm the pn&lisked at Austin, Parents and teachers, inlaying of the Spelling uf It U to education vkstthi brfmki11^ die «round is to agricakure; what ti)% pftbliesuDDi of nek a OAS 8. 5 WAnuifltM, Feb. 7,1856. Mr. Cfukn «Id man and • dead of the de- slíe 1 ve east help i and shovel titea out of the way. Cass Jam as at the Chicago Convention, ft is i versa with Km Cass was afraid to say what ha thought on internal improvements ai Chisago; ha was afraid to say aad vote what he thought on theWilmot Proviso; he was afraid té do Us ddty on the Nebraska BOt hat he is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 10 March 1855

/ y* -Jk THE TEXAS SUS. EDITOS SATURDAY, MAR Circulation.— The Texas Sua com- tr* i eight haadied, with a fair prospect of its increasing lo serení 1855. Afeita ftr the Job A. CoL Wm. T. Austin, Brawn I^hrcitUL Griffin, Austin. Hon. A. J. Bell, Bellville. Thos. G. Masterson, Brazoria. N. W. Faison, La Grange. jes. T. Cole, BeHon- D. P. Gnunpler, Brenham. Jes. C. Herndon, Western Texas. Wm. Marshall, Baltimore City, Md. Henry Hiden, Orange C. H., Va. W. B. Okeson, Springfield, Limestone County, Texas. Wm. Chilton, Tyler, Texas. |y We call the attention of our readers Is the advertisement of Messrs. Gibson & Lass. They keep on hand a variety of ar- ticles which are not usually found in a drag store. 19* Mr. Jas. Chambers has established a ferry on the Brazos, above Richmond, op- posite his plantation. The attention of our citizens living in Mr. Foster's neighborhood, is called to his advertisement. New Line of Stages.—Brashear & Goode have determined to extend their lines of s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 10 March 1855

MUI >M _ i Monday • homo«y for Harrow (School) Day breaks at 6b. 2m. Considering that every day breaks, we should, instead of wasting the remainder of a broken day mik the beet nee we ran ef all the pieces. The dew point will fell on the 4th ef the month, when Bills are genenUy payable.— In ÜMtr weather we are told we should lop vaei tfrnhw ot of doors. The most sensible way af lopping yonr timber will be to ent '« stick spd go in doors to a comfortable Ire. Instead of catching cold by preparing * fat bed for an early lettuce, let ns pre- pare oar own hot bed early with a wanning pin. As the hedge sparrow will now sing, yesi may make a note of it. How to frote a Lower.—In order to try yfnr Lover's affection for yon, take an op- portunity of dancing some evening codtina- aPy with somebody else, or of otherwise him. If this eondnct'does not destroy his regard for yon, he loves yon in- deed sincerely; bat he is a fool; and don't yola have him. A real Blessing to Mother*. — Couldn't ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 10 March 1855

——-—-'' in cmmi ~ iÉWnHi: f * t MISCELLANEOUS. Sunday ■onin^. To Columbia every Wednesday and Saturday. From Colombia every Monday and Thursday. To St Felipe and Washington every Tuesday nd Fridit. fVom 8t. Fcfipc And Washington every Timdtj and Friday. Tt lSST certificate of Umm BMsaU, for <40 *m,b- hy the Beard of Land Commissi—i— of Harria Unkn heard from within the time pre- by law, application will be made for dnpli- tee. D. W. C. HARRIS. February 1,1855. vln5-ti Liurjr Stable. "VfR WILLIAM B. BRANCH having rented jxi the new Livery Stable in this place, an- nounce* to hi* friends and the public generally, that he baa abundantly supplied lus stable with the best ef provender, and an attentive sad faithful r, mo that all who may feel tea him, may depend upen having i to at reasonable charges. to patron- Mwa well vlu54f MILLING. TQIL STAPLE has a plan for dressing GRIST f| MILLS, superior to anything yet done, for durability, grinding fast, and making good meaL When dull, any ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 March 1855

s- - tL H. RAWUNGS * CO. THE TOOL OF NO MAM; TU SLATE OF MO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. ¡RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1855. NUMBER lO. rUHJSHED MB SATURDAY. ■d a half per annum, in ►W tf P«M * ifawdito IntBftMMM tfejMr. OF AOVEKnsraa—For «web aova mmúom - - f 1 00 ^ 80 , parable qMriotr fa ainm, i - - - - . 185 00 66 00 36 00 ililiHiilmMqm with neat- i«f jab work at Atu- [Bf JbfMt] frwm dm 6mm tf ZukMi M We shall certainly be very happy to- Louise to her aant on the even- and her cheek gloved * deeper ted, and her eyes shone with When a bride says we, it may whom of all persons in thereby. -I do not doubt it, dear Louise," replied c aant; " so anly that you continne tobe "Ok, who can donbt that we shall con- tinue sol I have faults, indeed, bnt my love for him wiD correct them. And so half aa we lore each other, we cannot be uebeppy. Oar lore will never grow old.' ••Alas!" sighed her aant, "thou dost speak Hke a maiden of nineteen, on the day before her ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 March 1855

£3E¡ > — 1 ] t i i I THE TEXAS SUN. EDIT OE. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 18Ó& i 1 9L ifk ÉH i Circulation.— Ule Texas San com- menced with a circulation of eight hundred, wkh afair peoepeet of its increasing to several thousand during 1855. It is the largest paper published on the nrer. Areata for the Sun. John A. Hancock, Esq., Houston. Col. Wm. T. Austin, Galveston. Brown & Griffin, Austin. * Hon. A. J. Bell, Bellville. Thos. G. Masterson, Brazoria. N. W. Faison, La Grange. Jaa. T. Cole, Belton- D. D. Crumpler, Brenham. Jos. C. Herndon, Western Texas. Wm. Marshall, Baltimore City, Md. Henry Hiden, Orange C. H., Va. W. B. Okeson, Springfield, .Limestone County, Texas. Win. Chilton, Tyler, Texas. ' We give up our editorial columns this veek, to the proceedings of the La Grange Railroad Convention. The official report of and Cosrentiou will aypear la next week's Sun. The Ranger's Envy. The editor of the Banger in his reply to our articles, exhibits the most detestable apecime nof ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 March 1855

I* >Í". * f y "it pinions-^ til {fcrfh, r to of- ate sensibilities. oil this country i could not bnt believe there is a rccipro- ind dependence of one portion of ry an the other. The people of f are little more than producer* for tfce North. They stand somewhat in the of overseers; for, gentlemen of the , we produce the raw material. Your i comes and removes oar cotton and • to the North. Cotton is the most ac- re and keeps np the reciprocal relations between the two sections of the country.— iw derive the advantage of the carrying trade, but for this we do hot think hard of ▼e*. You have the advanUge pf your in- dwtnr, your machinery, your ingenuity* in ito fabrication, and by the same theans by which you brought it here vou re-transport Uto ue; we receive it and purchase your ] coaraoditiea, and consume them. We are •he producers and consumera, while you are the manufacturers, and to you we pay tri- bute. This is all right enough. I do not thmk hard of it. Where would be your p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 March 1855

f ■V '•' ' •Tg. *T— aMBSPntan* Jr^ f S 1 MISCELLANEOUS. & MATT. WW ARRIVAL AS departure at rkhmosd. Arrives from Houston every Mondar, Wednesday and Saturday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. Depart* from Richmond to Houston every Tues- day, Thursday and Sunday, at 7 o'clock, A. M. | Arrive* from Wharton every Monday, Wednesday Saturday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. arts every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, 'clack, A. M. from Victoria erenr Wednesday, to Victoria erery Thursday. from Gonzales every Saturday, to Columbus and Gonzales ereiy Sunday Columbia erery Wednesday and Saturday. From Columbia everyMonday and Thursday. To St. Felipe and Washington erery Tuesday id Friday. _ . From St. FaEpe and Washington erery Tuesday "Friday. Private Boarding House. ffIHE undersigned has rented that fine large house X adjoin # the new Court House, formerly oc- cupied by the Ber. Mr- McCullough, which for a summer residence is considered preferable to any in the city-s-solicita the patronage of his friends. JOHN ...

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