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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 28 September 1867

# «rWSfl ' ^ THB BRAZOS SIGN Air, Published every BituMiy morning, át Rich* atoad, Fort Bond cóunty Texas, —by— Qr. JP. «* H OOOK, Publithert and Proprietor . n ¡i'tOl—" ■ SPXCIS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS Oris oopy one y *r, - - ' - • • -$3 60. One copy six months, - ' • • 3 00. So subscriptions take* for a leu period than six mstiths, and o paper lent until paid for. specie bates of advertising Hvaee in Coi. | 3 'Mo's. | 6 Mo's. | 1 Year. lililíJi f 5 U'J 0 00 13.00 . J7 00 SO 00 3K 00 47 00 T5 00 0 tí 00 15 00 89 00 39 00 36 00 43 00 76 00 90 00 i U OO 33 00 30 00 37 00 44 00 75 00 105 00 125 00 VOL. 2. RICHMOND, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEB 28, 1807. NO. 18. THUOCKMOKION, DEALER in ...^Temporary advertising in the Brazos Sio- WAL Wilt be ohargnd f 1 per square of elKht Unos of this alae type, or the apaoe of seveu-eights of an inch, and .¡ 0c for each subsebuent insertion. Marriage and Death notices published gratis, (hoy do not occupy more than six lines. United States Currency taken at it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 28 September 1867

TlIE BRAZOS SIGNAL. lUl Paper of Fort SM« Wharton ud Brasoila Counties. |¿í«Vv ; v.i;' f, COOK, ■■•••••••■ Editor. , KICHMOnD. TEXAS, •ATUBDAT MORÑÍNOJBKFTEWBER 88.1867. The German in the Northwest, and all •ver tbe Union.. are becoming disgu ted With Radicalism, and marshalling on the aide of Democracy. Craty Goodwin hits issued an order assuming possession of the city of Houston, tliat will compare favorably, with many that trt hare seen strongly supported. i the 8th inst., Wm. fiaitaeil was eommitted to jail to await trial for the ■Order of Chas. W. Mason, assessor and «oUeetorof Gomales county, both young men beve lived for years In Gomales, where the fatal difficulty occurred, and served to. getbpr ia (be army. They were under ike . influence of liquor at the time of the affray WC learn that our merchants have agreed .to receive freight—groceries, tee., on the East side of the River. The stores are beginning to run short of flour, coffee sugar, lee We may look for a fresh suppl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 28 September 1867

'V,. if* v- THE BRAZOS SIGNAL. I I BICHMOM >, SATURDAY, SEPT. 88,186t, LOCAL ITEMS •— We were shown a letter the other <Say addressed to Mr, Cha . E. Greenwood, . of oar town, from Mr. Allen, marble dealer, Galveston. Mr. Allen baa been very busy ell through the epidemic iu Galveston, nurs* ing, furnisliing coffiui, etc. He promises to do *11 b« can tor otir town'* people, ahould the yellow fever Tiait us. He say* the first f Hi that comes just telegraph to Mr. N. B. Yard, or to him, and he will come immedi- ately, or send any thing that we ma; need. 'A veiy kind offer indeed, and we, in behalf >*f «at citizens, sincerely thank Mr. Allen, tioping, however, that we may not need liia, kiud aervicea. «*4— johnny Gray, or Conductor Gray, baa resumed ilia old practice of throwing late papera into our office, as lúa train hur- ries by. When Johnny ia on the road we "are almoat independent of the mails—long maj he flourish. — Economise—don't waste your corn, but raise juid fatten ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 28 September 1867

~ \ THE BRAZOS SIGNAL. :■ 11 1 . — i . i Ftpm lie LemistiUe Couritr.] a > "THE PALE' RIDER." to* tl ■v laurA ford. land tbere swcepeth a Rider bold, "ieek it pule, and Lis h«nd : cold. 'Th eébeetom steed, and spectral guide, Thit alike o'er the land and tbe ocean glide. And if. the; moved on tlie viewless sir, Hosonod, nor whisper of sound is there. Ttemrty the chill of his ice < old breath «, That speaks fhf presence of the Angel Death. see and unheard be sweepoth along— t the wild bird hushes her merry song, AadwJth sorrowing heart, and sweeping wing, A<Mqui*u sad for her dead mate sings. And the mother shrieks in her wild despair, Al she severs a eurl of pale gold hair Fsem the tiny head that no more will rest In peaceful sleep on her loving breast. And tbe widow bends o'er her husband's bier With bitter cries, which be may not hear. While the Angel of Death g<;es hurrying by, Deaf to aatih mourner's anguished cry. Kor though desolation la 'round li.m spread, lfc iaHe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 1 August 1868

'.I, Subscript! .u iu Specie.i EP Tho •' tim.val" will bo imued every Saturday mem- uing at One dollar and twenty five cents for six months. or twenty-five cents per month THE BRAZOS SIGNAL. ■ "" ' ... I ■ " i iw — i ■in— U-i V;oi. 3: tiickmond, Texas,' Saturday, August 1st, 1868. - ' No. 6. P 4PER OF IOKT BlilP. BRAZORIA AMP WHAKT<|I¥ COUNTIES Batea uf-Advertising. One epuare, eight lines of thi size type, one insertion #1 fitt subsequent insertions 75 eta for each square, in currency. A liberal discount made on yearly advtnrUfttmoiits. POSniVBLY NO CREDIT Religious Notice,s. Rev. J. BarLEMaN, holds Divine servlceat the Catholic church, every second anil fourth Sunday of each month. Kev. J. A. Linn. will hold divine services nt the Methodist Church 011 tho ~d and 4th Subbaths, iu every month mL '.j-eírofessional.cÍrds. Jt THROCKMORTON, Phy.ieian and _Sur, • 'con, iiic.liijioiid. Texas. nG-tf :d,iv GEO. A. ^ntiou' Ui ■•4 ■ at ?{• Iters liwij* Vaj'o 'KRIS, will devote his oxclusiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 1 August 1868

M MM I J ;/ 1 i* \y r-tp;' ■if THE BRAZOS SIGNAL. JOHN 8. SWOPE, Pabli >«r. 1 •A: ucaxoom, August 1st, 1868* b ! rx of' !•> -{: . NATIONAL OEHOCIIATIb' KOBUMTION. For President, Horatio Seymour, of New York. For I'ice-President, Fiaucift P. Blair,>f Mi^ourl Presidential Electors. For the State at Large. B. H. EPPEltSQN, | JOHN HANCOCK. Alternates. j; H. CLEAVELANI), I GEO. W. SMITH, of Polk county, | of Colorado county Fur First Congressional District. Win. Ski adman, of Harrison; J. L. Camp, of Ujc.lini'^PiiUiiiiatii. '* Second Congressional. District. David Culbcrlson, of Marion; Ja . M.Iiunt, of G*u .ysoii—altoniatu. > Third Congressional District. O. W Jones, of liastrop; J. M. Anderson, of McLennan—alternate. Fourth Congressional District. C. Upson, of- Uoxur; Charles Stewart, of Har- ris—alterante. Tub Pittsvsm.k Affair.—On last FrU day evening, after our edition waa. orltéd off, we learned tliat the. nogroes siliitj of Piitsvillo had boon drillKig. for several day...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 1 August 1868

I A+ •> • < i . ^ *« • • ■& ;V4' ,*'■• J ■ (>' «Ss —*s • .• . t, All Sor( i oí' i>;migraplis. The House liftK tiiíície an appropriation for tie purchase of Alaska. It Ims ,i!so made wat on the Executive,, and is ready on the least provocation, t<> pitch .into the Senate. Gen. Dyer, ift citarlo of che Orduunce ,Department of the G iv^.tiriieut, has been ' charged with fraud, and tiiv joint Committee of both Houses ask for hU removal. .\ -A report of4 the Beaut's administration in New Orleans, which was made daring the ,war *by order^f A. Lincoln, having long • 'been suppressed, has at last come to light. It presenta a very curious picture of how business was done, there, and how Butler's brother got rich by trading with the so-called íébels, which, from accounts of witnesses, was extremely p:ofitabJe. We heard a gentleman say,th$ other day, that when it came to-voting upon Hio Con- stitution prepared by the Texas Convention, that lie intended to take four Sontli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 1 August 1868

J 2V,' " 'H',* ■\31 ) t T 4? v ■¿V % f Horatio Seymour stands forth as the cen- tral figure. He is President of the convtyi- tion, and should be President of the Uuied States. You see a«uian tall, well pro por tioned, and dignified, with shoulders well thrown back, head erect and chest fully ex- panded. His forehead is high and broad, and when you take in foreliead and face you have a perfect oval, Bis hair is scant and gray, but for a fringe of whiskers round the face and under the qliin, he wouid be almost destitute of hirsute adornment. Dark eyes send sharp glances from under gray brows The mouth is large, but firm, and all the features are intellectual, lie is plainly dressed in an o'd fashioned wa;, and when lfe speaks his voice goes all over the hall, and every one is attentive. This man, some say, lack nerves. You would not think so while he stands there rapping the convention to order. He looks like ono accustomed to govern and to bo obeyed. There is astea.ly purpoao itPhis ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 22 August 1868

a • y- ; i il w aB J /. jr. Subscript! %u infpecie. The •' SiUNAL'i.wllHio issued every Saturday jnora- niug at One dollar and twenty Jive cents for six months. ortwenty-five cents per month . | THE ERAROS SIGITaT,. Vol. 3, , .Richmond, Texas,¡Saturday, August JJ2d, 1868. OFFICIAL PAPER OF FORT BE lb, BRAZORIA AIVII WHARTON Religious Notices. i Rev". J. Barlkmax, holds Divine service at the • Catholic church, every second and fourth Sunday • of each month. • Rev. J. A.'Lion .will hold divine services at • the Methodist Church bn the ild and 4th Sabbaths, ; in every mouth. ■■■■—— jj — i PROFESSIONAL CARDS, J A. THROCKMORTON, Phyáoian and ^nr, • geon, Richmond, Texps. u6-tf TI R. GEO. ATKJÍRÜ^ r_"" I'JJ attention to the pra . at Parkers Drug -store. Richmond,'Texas, April 20th, 1867. ote&is exclusive edicine. Office ri47<m3. „ U. *VAX*IX8, J. T. HOLT. ' Atkins & Holt, Attorneys at law, Richmond, Texas. Are now prepared to transact all business per t bung to.the discharge of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 22 August 1868

,-r-üV « - n '& ri : • , • THE liliA^OK QIP V A I Owoht not some immediate and effective r-— U . ^ J-ateps be taken by our citizens to put a stop JOHN S. SWOPE, Publisher. _ MOBMOWP, August 22d, Wb are again favored with a com«,,ica tion from our Areola corresponde? ^us" tang. Two freedwoman wore arrest* for tbfl,t the early part of this week. T!',r exami nation takes place to-day befor^P4,Rock steps be taken by our citizens to put n stop to the daily and nightly discharge of fire arms in our midst 1 if so, let there'be a full attendance in response to the called meeting to take place this evening, nt the Courthouse, at four o'clock. It is by . no means uufrequent to hear the whiz of a ball as it passes. Besides, the allowing such things to bo perpetrated with impunity, give bolduess to the perpetrators, who may pro ceed to further outrages, believing they will escape "unwhipped of .justice,." The evil Literar\ Favors,—Cou^ctor Gray has r- —-- " ~" again placed us under W for la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 22 August 1868

/ wig* • \ Letter from Mii«taug. Letter Arcóla, Aug. 19th, 1868/ ¡ Gauv A great many things in this world have 1 Kind Reader: returned fo plague the invéutoru. Among It was my pleasure to listen to a very these, will be reckoned negro suffrage. h«« edifying sermon, delivered at the Cathedral fore many years. If properly managed, a i this ci'y, last'Saturday, by the Reverend majority ot the negroes may yet be enlight- F-ther Fisher, of St, Peter's Church New ened as to their interest and duty in voting, Orleans. The Assumption ot the Holy \ Public IMeetiiig in Waterloo. . N, August 19th, 1868, in time tor the Presidential-election. If a majority of them cannot be thus enlighten- ed, a large minority can be, which, joined to the white vote, will be sufficient to secure the State to Democracy, law and order. But to bring about so desirable a consum- mation, sotnti exertion on the part of the Conservetive' white people is absolutely necessary. Scalawags and carpet-baggers work like beav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 22 August 1868

J v"\T/" "Mv:: • t -i -, f >*,<• r ' "• o • . .. ■SS "l ! w/ /! I - AUSwIitfPiiriyP111' i - *sv t The Workingmen's Sey^^1 ■®0,t' th® utri % ly colored, paraded the Htrj? , Memphis Saturday night with carta'*1 a^g.' w had bonfires oo them. T Proce88l<m WM nearly a mile in lengbt A Memphis cat has k brought fourttf a raided family of kitte'an<* rat8, I.8,.18 amalgamation with? vengeance, lhe North makes no dist^'on of jraceor color, but washes the fac* °f ^er fam''y Wlt" strict impartiality. That must be a radical cat. I The cotton woí has appeared in Amite county, Mississippi but as yet not in sulp oient numbers n do any damage. The Herald says, "it the presant wet weather continues for o*Í Ungut. of time, however* • it is moF«.**&n probable that the cotton will suffer, and the crop be <jut short possibly oo«*half Oen. Early, late 0. 8. A., is frequently visible in the Glit'ton House, to which' be drives in from h>s residence at X)rummonds- ville, a town a milea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 17 October 1868

■H7T •' —:■/ -jf-f '•Vjj. «lW \ ^ ■ Nakoerlpti u iu Specie. Ejp The " eiu* iL" will ba UkucI every Saturday moru- «ing at One dollar and ■ cent y Jive cents for six ninths. •r twenty-five con. a per month THE BRAZOS SIGNAL. Vol. a. Richmond, Texas, Saturday, October 17, 1868. No. 17. arnciii' piper of fort bend, brazoria ano wharton counties. mrnmmmmmmmmmm ■* . ■•Ma of Advertising. mnm*> 1 -M One apeare, eight linee of Ik! site type, one insertion VI AT eubsequeut insertions 76 ef for each square, in eurrene; A liberal discount made (< yearly advertisements. POSITIVELY NO CHEDR lli>,'"j:ioiMi Notice , Kev. .1. IUrci.K i.tx, holds Divine service at I lie Catholic e'lurcii, voiy second and fourth Sunday ef each moufii. Rev J. A. L(d the Moibodist i'l üabl^iths in eae< PP?OF ¡\ will hold Divine him-vices at eh on- the .econd 'I'd fourth ninth. J A. Tí • fi'Hon, lili') fti.-.it vIONAL CARDS. I MITON, Phy.ician and Sur. i id. Texan. nti-tf DJl. GEO. A. i ORIS, wjll devote his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 17 October 1868

J $ V I f S /' i THE BRAZOS SIGNAL. t EDWARD BAILEY, Editor &,Proprietor. ..mmmmmmrnrnrn mm mm KZOBMOIVS, October*7, "!•••• NATIONAL DEHOCRim ROJttNATION. For President, Horatio Seymour, of Nuw Yubk far Vice-President, FianciMg. Blair, of Missouri. Presidential Electors. For the State at Large. H. H. EPPERSON, | JOHN HANCOCK Alternate*. J. H. CLEAVELAND, I GEO. W. SMITH, of Polk county. cf Colorado-county For First Congressional District. Wm. Steadman, of ilarrisoii; J. L. Camp, of Upshur—alterna! e. Second Congressional District. ^ David Gulbertson, of Marion; Jus. M. Hurt, w.' Grayson—alternate. Third Vovgress'tonal District. G. W. Jones, of Bastrop; J. M. Anderson, of McLennan—alternate. Fourth Congressional District. C. Upson, of Bexar; Charles Stewart, of Mar- ris—alternate. pgr e. A. Raynai , Esq., Purchasing, 'Collecting nd General Newspaper Agent'. A em Oilcans, ¡.sour a reditod Agent in that city. _ • Rev. J. A. Light, is our duly authorized Agent to receive subscriptio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 17 October 1868

1 m s> * t htklUy r «.«««i. ,.i. VftS: 'if'"' •' 'J! 1 :f .. ? .4 S-: • a . vS'v • ■"Ml,. If / V\\ I '.H U ! Í \ I The weather for tlie past week has 'been very changeable. During the first pirt of the week, we welcomed the visit of ' quite a strong norther, which "mude a fel- ler" draw on his overcoat; but during the latter part it has been almoat as warm as (tnmmer. ty The absence of the Editor during the past two weeks, on a trip to Houston and Galveston, to visit his old fiiends, and also on business connecteted with the Signal, is the apology of the publisher or such a limited amount of editorial. BP During the pat,t week, wo have no*, tired a large amount of cotton passing over ■ the B.B.. B. & 0 Railroad, on route for Gal- veston and other points. From the quan- tity we have already seen, we think that ♦ ho farmers in the tippercounties have been Uieially rewarded for their trouble and ex- Wse. ss® m t> During the past we'ek, wo have had t'íle jjleasure of meeting M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 17 October 1868

'/ * oval nut* bui'- con , tree one, The Nutiiaégi. Nutmegs are tbe fruit of a beautiful tree which grows in the Molucca Islands, and in other parts of the East. All the parts of the tree are aromatic, but those portions ol the fruit called mace and nutmeg are mar ketable. The entire fruit is of an form about the size of a* peach. The meg is the innermost kernel. It it rou.ded by a skin, which peeled* off, htitutes the mace of commerce. The vields annually three crops. Tbe first which is gathered in April is the best. others are gathered in August and Decern ber. Good nutmegs should be dense Hiid lieavy and free from worm holes. When tbe worm-holes have been artificially filled up, the feeling of lightness in the hand is a means of detecting the fraud. An attempt has been made to cultivate nutmeg in the West Indies, but without success. Always Bbmitifijl.—At a festival par- ty of old and young, the question was asked, which season of life i the most happy 1 Al ter being freely discu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 24 October 1868

\ /: W /}\ etacripti 'U ie Specie. THE U * The •• biütiAL," will be i*«u«d>jVory tiaturday inoriM ■tag at One dollar and twentyjive Vol. O. < cent* for six mouth . •f twenty-five cents per month 0WI ll¿ PIPER OF WHT BUIO BlUZORU AfD WllftRTOW Cd(Jif|Kl. Richmond, Texas, ¿Saturday, October 24, 1868. Hetiiri'MI* Rev. J. Baiii,: ■ Catholic church > efreaeli miMtr.il. I V J. X, 1.4 i Ike Methodist ¡ PROFES j Uolcs Divio second an i .¡I un i •J U*. • Sl'< service at the I'oMtl* Sunday Mr viven at «f fourth ONAL. CARDS. H i'Vi V'l'l'.l V ti' J .. . { \ i mil. J A. THROCKM' -«TON. Phy ician and Sur,; • gaou, iiichwoiiil. Texas. ufltf l|| R. GEO:. A. KEftfSt will devote hi* oxuluxivc Mr iftttntioirtu ilit: practice ot' Mediae Offlm At Parkers Drug store. iictuiuuid, Texas, April 20th, 1867. i'flutfe* cV Holt:* •YS AT LAW, RlCHMOXh, Tl Jr.* r -tared to transact «11 business pr> dm'harye offupy'icanlt i< Bitukrupfcy • ni"the District and inferior Court H it.ial Disttict. Als...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 24 October 1868

-I*; y A vdT 1 a>\\ * i'r^1 ^ri' " «¿2H5 7N <' í \ o $ > \ «Jfc *-• v*r *—#vgi,iina, -<(h«Éni •• • ■ •«.- —- o'jr -nJ (1, 15 - y > L l t THE BRAZO.s SIGNAL. /'i1 n > —■ "T-y. IDWAKD BAILEY Editar A Propria <<WI<MMMWM WWW " •*• ■ II)II—II■ II Oetobor H 180« Mfllttt MiOCUfK MinillTWl. |pr«tl« Seywur, of Nkw Tuhk. /Vir 'Hís-PrsSWíWí, of Mmsourk Presidential Eledtore. •For the 'State at Wnro. ^ B. H. EPPERSON, [ JOHN BAN000K. AltcntUh J. H. CLEAVEL'ANP, f| of Polk <*>unty,'j of Colorado county *«. á^^r£S5SÍ,^c« p,.f tbshttr--alteSate. v Upéhur—al tkMdi Comgntiian*[ Dütite*. 'I- . DfcvidOttlbertaou, of Marion; Jfls.'M.Hurt, of -Grayson-alternate. Third Congrettionul bistrirt. ■ O. W. Jone , of Bastrop; J. M. person, of McLennan—alternate. Fourth Congressional District. C. Upton, of Bexar; Ch(irles Stewart, of Bar- J¡jSñoBSKaK9MK«aBnp9—memtmmm' car E. A. Raynai., l^i-yiádM^ Cotletting ami Omural 'Nmttptptr Atfút, New Orleans, ib our accredited Agentin that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 24 October 1868

k Fort Jl, —"f" X i •í i V <• ✓ V STOLEN. O miles east u . _ "*fcaads high, in goo Arder, lift shoulder,r< yean old next i . t «ripe iu hi* forehead about 3 or < • fa«t waker; be han a white sa¿. right «{de; no other marks or bran í^ief poo* by the' name of Grigsby, but a bill of «•ale which I nave for a horse which ha «old to Mr 8. Norwo jstaohe, > tor the i McCaskill, allows his name a* I la a dark-skifined mail, .'wore a mouat about24 yours, old.J I will give #95 ( ■ «qr ¿¿ahéfchoree, atld-lfáO for both horae and thief _ A. ECHOLS ^fcwond. Sept. 84;>1868 nl4-v3 8t tHB OF TI 'the a ding in tbeDljtrJct Oonrt of Braacria Co. m v* To FALL T)¿R ^]A. D.\ 1868. , < GOLTHWAITE, Adh'r\ofl Ettate of Robert D. Jamu,dte'i., 18? ; Plaintiff. i^end't '■nu) t N'láS JAMES -Bar-mark, under half i I'ou ÜMu tM right ear and amer half-eapp tlfe left. pukiiilRee, Richmond. 14>vS y oí,. > (I ^rtlal|jf Branda brwúyJC.y>,li |>a|ier, por annum, * $6 I'O t ^ \kt.;tbout paper,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 24 October 1868

• ■ ■ t * * 4 t W' -V- * I ^rT-'. • *'• ■ M• V'r\ '*• r ' ■. ^ ^ mi .Ttft*r¿. - t % **"- O ,■* H, ''I I f .6 'r *"* y^*'t •>■' • om x. ft BT On me 14|b in. t". rre turned 7! á business trip to Houatou aii&Galveaton. T-bé f«ll boiioeu uf bulb these cities has fairly aet in.' Tbe streets present i liVely appearance. People from tiie interior were flocking in to purchase their supplier and, lrrtm the transactions we saw, were ranking ¿bod. bargains. Wbil >t$ in Houston, we at téhded tbe races oil tbe litli, at the race track, some tbree miles fioin the ci' y■ The (úitinen of Harm c< unty deserve groat praise lor their e««rg> and liberality in 0on tructiiitf AM tiack. !"' is a mtls excel- fen one, atttf1 iMWt nav been made at a heavy outlay principle race of inter- est w'Hifihe first. being a singieMasb a afile Seven Imrse* were entered; but' «cerne injured in training, was * te Oho liavi withdrtl The question of the election bV people, .or appointment by the Govei^or. u...

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