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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 3 August 1861

Confederates s, who kept íl. Lockrtc son, of Tsrtaat con i tho past we " Aid cp Ei aid on the sea, i entir 40,C officers, or for the gallantry of battle was mainly fought I inilea from our field works, did not exceed 15,000. tirnated at 35.000. Jefferson Davis* ite force amounted to and ¿he Federalists nearly d by Mr. Memmin- inviting the ions were offc , in Congress and the Oonfederacy to oiler up g and praise on Sabbath next, for deliverance; and paying a beau- to the Memory of our departed , Confederate Government negotiate a treaty wherein we will agree to exclusively pulpase our cotton and iron manufactures frc for the next twenty years, provided that we shall receive from it substantial aid in this war on the sea against our Black Repnblican enemies. Gov. Clark bas dispatched Col. Flour- to the line of Missouri to con Gov. Jackson. Gov. Clark is determined ond, July ¿o.—J.lie eue field batteries and one regie particulars have been received up to o'clock this afternoon, of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 3 August 1861

-V im$ ■ n J i i to meet his addressed a largo aural il this occasion, we had adidaíes as politically the same, and not take part in the cosiest. We were sur- prised to loam, however, that Mr, MeKinney voted for the ordinance of secession under protest, ucdM he did not come forward on Tuesday an- declare any change of senti- ment, wo cannot vote for liim*,'-\ From what the citizens heard oa Tuesday, it is evident that we have an able and high- toned gentleman in Mr. suc- cess will impart dignity popular < nvassi!8 on Jthe stump. All weie "th his moderation, firmness and dÉtaMBMHiMÉMMrittMÉiilMaa ' A most horrible attempt at assassi- nation was committed in our city on Satur- day last. Mr.Combs was shot, at four timeB and severely wounded, in open day, «pon our streets, by a Mr. Stubblofleld. It seems that the principal • accessory j&^caped. Fears are justly entertained that the prisoner will get out of jail, for we learn that several pris- oners have, from time to time, made ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 3 August 1861

.*** ipH*$pP I ?•> ■ ,'\... !.- fMflE* ■*- . -V; íí8?S*■' Vi'ÍS® Miss at Mc- Haffaker lted • *" m | l and i i not .... M should pounds by a negro mwbt the " to enforce obedi- a whip iron the , Küá beat him so aeverelv I, that he died a few hoars mm mm-\w wmmm -The Democrat letirn# from Mr. Ben t three men were hung on the Reels' Creek, by the citizens of COPA r. Beck were > editor of tho C! "«Word altogether all amounts duo the , Saw m«t claims of KiwjH oted to to abide the pvae- , socially or polit- and hi devotion tried, With hooks of «leeL." trust that appre- ífeleratun, clarjt, -A largo assorimeat of Xror, Meol, and-cast! Korso shoes an hether coniiueiice. will ba red as a and im uDon liar named. BRENHAM, TEXAS. ADVANCE* SÍAVK of pioouee through us 3alvc ton or New Orleans. of Upshur Éft-R. ■ #—— y; ,J "I J •j^SC The officers lately elected in the East Texas Railroad Company are, James Arnold, President; Bennett Blake, Vice-President; J. H. Muckelroy, Treasurer; O. L. Molm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 August 1861

A.J., Attorny ^ Ja . vllu4 7 ALO? dwtill Cof IX, ......TEXAS. ' T4-KK THIS OFPOKTU. th« " i Ave leased the «.privilege from New (sot i a )ly what list to l olaea. it very f WkA Medina, Keir, m* t? " nát Coarte, sfd Wfbb jfonrtsat lanl - - #CfeMANMH, JW. 1 ejr at U kti AuJln, WMff ks réiprocate jits of the BCtUNO? «" CAUWt Ifgooeo m °AMtia m«r ot Sots' JScSE* Wfijj aro S'ad to learn i WW a Strong girobability thn 11 Hi tfaardamU/ #SA3l {**-* £ veston on the pth tilt., from hadteirentirely successful, pledges himself to maintain tier against any invado: cree, that any crimes com Mexicans, will be punished in committed th«re. We have no the Confederate Government at the result of this mission. 'KL7 t<r!y Smith's Hotel,) , T. fitfgan, ¡Proprietor*, t({7s77.v, texas, WELL KNOWN HOTEL HAS ced i'oi the accommodation of the pletely renovated and fitted up with Otare throughout. The present pro- ilned to apare no pains or expense to accommodation . Their table will Í «applied with the bes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 August 1861

to] J VfMy sñ tier# deciros t (¡commodate Oongre.^ for the reapn '" jo. incou^fflale:wit!) lie" House passed tho Senate bill appropn- g «2,0(X)100^ for ;t:iic traJWF.ortatUin^f ' PfMPraHl Hi "té corro affairs W to ¡j¡M 3 , Sept®mber 30, 1800. tl; adicto be maintained ish Court. Fie there ) CiiSOIHilg s'tercept an<j blockaded ■ gyimJ WBO/O^] point, is charing ' Ikíha "tary of Mvttt f.Ottt tllO pOuvv lNi/iAJ-AroL's. .Inly 25.—Two Indiana re- giments have' returned—ehreo moro a^e. ' tOWfiS' (fake* of ::: 1 /Ted 1'ivor í n í I t "1 mkw with nt • hah-esl [íc subject endowed by r to Mr. Mason, Mini--tor Franco, dntád June 27, 1859. neis'true, wJr.it answer, pray, r the Black Republican Gov- n power with wliotij m is in treaty, for refusing :ib V; . . A j¿t¡Q Ürt old/ y sea,- Mobile, New Orleans, are invested tero ft, whatever reduce them to pos- ivery .explicit in the IJnitod States in regard Of war. He -ays: trine of contraband of war has ;r prolific subject of ^í^TotDplíUl )avis. has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 August 1861

nC ■ AW r« VNW.KH, tn *eg all the C . ¿aiopt- Hit i * i iid?" w* ' -VlfHAUTC apppwii '^WO i LBWIH.O touusfc. 71 IE LITERATUREI ¡jpW,'-.V ■—;— ORATION UY HQX V ' DEUVKRKD AT AV - I IS, , 1MO* BV BT. HKV. 'UiMC DELIVERED AT A&TJNj ¿Í Theoration of Jjidg'eTi of perusal. He early i ¡fMcli t av roí the ltei ft* i -jrorchy gairy to 3rd. m people obliged us commercial stpital by os- ional Bank, and locating its as u centro to dravr to it all of our country. -Vtid finally, ic sellemos wer« successfully followed by «•> from Europe; by prodigóos by enterprises NVaicb. have 1 the North with a white sar- , it has buen bo&Hy projected outhern territory, through the •us and unconstitutional laws. ;J6 30 Wast-thus secured to the nee then the same Yankee party, ; lead ol Nfcw England preachers. Houston once declared to be the f Heaven, and of Deccher rifles, y have ¡stolen irom us Kansas, and organ- d a national, political part;1 and elected a mi in spite of the will of the South, fiaU s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 August 1861

■■ í ' 'r*T"r O-, fCTfiD STOCK ÍD¿ iPL Mr. Elgin t Mr. Bébersteie was a tenant. | as nominated, and unanimous!/ ntenant. Jr. Lieutenant, the names of Vr. i and Mr. H. Vogbt, were pui in rhia aátne EnMI ; bis name, tí. Vogut v i submitted by 9H , was adopted. Also a committee was ■* consisting of Messrs. Herzog and rer. to see about, cloth' for a uniform . _„mpany. A committee of four was appointed by the 'aptain, to difjÉe the company into four "dun Detachment ,"- whereupon theioliow- tlemen were appointed—Messrs. Bo- ijiSreen, Logan a®¿H There being no other business, the meeting aftjourned to meet on Monday, 29tbf at fire o'clock P. M. Da;k nn Linen X*i «bbi*.st.a Brown 8u •d sneka Rio Ooffeo, ave bbU. Refined Syrup, enty-avo sacks «itjlfflfe Rosin, soap, borax, Copeara-, saltpetre, indigo, v T "0'®<->gs, K&TO!., Culldlon. —ALgU,— .Mm Cement, Plaster, aid Hair, hlfe and colored malting, SB5SSi8S$is8aU. FOtWAiU>lío,¡ AND TBXJI . il advances mAde or iuce through us to i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 August 1861

.J* " * B vyRffii GOVERNMENT,^ SATURDAY, ION AL. L. MERCHANTS. COMM HOTELS íry notos Law, W«ath#fcnl, Parker r.ictice law in the O'inrte of ' UUtrict,and i l'jnlo l'ir.to (.vjth) judicial Diítrict t.1 vw. : vU-)i2tf Attotn IVxilS. at Law, Aaatin, Tesa . >yoiMH>r 23id, 1«39 -vil ,1(! if. UuVi'Wj ai Will .'l'Hl.i o.j Lamr event le , toílHOt 10GKJC ¡t OAK .1 ¡fea** JAS X. QAltnKBH JilfiB Attorney* and Counselor* at Land and Ocrlecíi fe AsenSan I! praótiío tu the D!#triot, Court £«5T, Ataeco«k,Kaí.BO and Webb Eoderal on di { ¡, .% >. Attortíéy at U ,; AS?, O. R.; AUoruey «t Law, Austin, ^sisáis Ajtwtln. AVKNUK HOTEL, Q| C0NGBK8C A VENUS, A!,STfe^"' - ■'*'B * **f rrinií undersigned take this o#poffp * tu mv .- the public that having len ed thf- Swonson iiulldltiít, os Cohipoaa Avcnn«-, for áprivilege of five or inore yoaru, üusrt having roeelved frora Ncw York n full flttliiffof new furniture, nV> b$vlcur pro ««red tho bo*t 0<«il; ffifin Hmnhwost, thov «n m pre- pared t« o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 August 1861

MmM T* T % \yf ' "P. • acquit '" > as ay -: ¡SeTy'te p¡ HUl" paid for to. leave the P Uur Wins uur leo'- iuy-marks ef ng demagogue, liave to deal witli mg session important quoí with mora difli- its jiiclcccfepors, at least i •/. :.• pm&'M , ' in its {"resent aize. ' is re- state writing our article on tlio Fl- rcceived the Cotnptrolb " To the People," in wl icb we arc >himw: nmjr i wi 03? i of it will increase tho 'ilitj' of the State Hp Í, fullwrturns been am but few counties. Thus far it íi is rumored that- heavy a several eastern bring him up. r by a asais- ' We have met with Col. Jas. Riley J our dty. We hope he is t by which his ability rendered efficient in promo- 1 in these stormy times. i ■ ■*- "The blockading steamer at Galveston reed by the addition of another —— „ * about, the same size. M ■■M ¿ K. Bay lor has ted August 1st, taking Itory Of Arizona in the c Confederate States, and establish- a ] rovisional government, with Mesilla as t, until Hich timo as the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 August 1861

M AtrXHOKiTY AUSTIN, SATU (JUST 17, 1861- ■■■■■ ,Ko loi.) AN ACT To provide for the appointment of lain lu the Army. Section 1. The Congreen qf Ike Confederate States of America do enact, 1 hat there shall be appointed by tho Presiden! audi number of chaplains, to aarve with the urtnles of tha Confederate State during the exis- ting war, as ho may deem expedient -, arid tlio Presi- dent shall assign them to such regiments, brigades or posta a he may deem necessary; and tho appoint- ments made ¡maforesaid shall expire when «ver the For Vantmas—First District—Hon. WILLIAM II. exiting war shall terminate. STEWART,of Gonzales. The First District compri- ¡ff^ ^ VST Wo aro authorized to announce Hon. F. W. CHANDLER, of Travis county, as a candidate for Representative of the Second Congressional Dlstrlot. —■ ——— ; set all the Counties between tho Bio Grande and Gau- dalupe Rivers, Jnclodlng (he Counties touching the latter stream. • _ IWWeare authorlted to announce Col. JOHÍÍ A. WHARTON, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 August 1861

■fefil ■M m .*. ■ ■. mm ^ i • "1 " iCjrl irn PKmBB w !«>;< HOT*,! " ■@§■1 i dute, on 2Sth Ju Wdcd li> Corj I $16, the UM( . to the B¡¡dw .^,(T>,H 'i t of a not ef t'-.iá ■Hi M, «aid áétfe- 1, t' Record will,, by vir ■ „ i of Trn-t, proceed to toll [ best bidder, in tbe city c A B!n5 at the 8outbea t WtP<r of on the 1st Tup* .tembc.'i hi tiWen the :¡g tract of lund, 'tacti ¡ppf lying In Corj elle county , •: ercofc, to wit: (ft# Hasue \V«n. üwnw«l!, On^ league cilUMit-u ■■■■■■ mo ví**- T ,ir durhigfermcjit&tioi), He thiokH we mako wiue; trill make witía itsclí it undue exposure. Mr, at least one tig ua- 'BB ■ p^PBP|SF!l^tjia JMI£¡ in roUci- six tóete in diameter and i tr-cbes lt/«g. Then put th^ni into :t and exttrt'Sfi (our gallons of must from bushel. In the tub you catch your * he «'¡right <■( Feliciana- Lope*. < tea lag no and or. o la1 ■¿I thebctwfrlghtof John T"- '■ " win©—fc y - - i gallon; t'Sen J|l¡« coctel mmm: «o • can Btoa ummmmm ■swi our barivl &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 24 August 1861

Wk ■ '• ONAL. — GO '■¿Sri-id SSION .iw¡;,iKÍ >'Í."I.T rney Will duuhu, io«w. w i** practice law In the w - .«rws ui Sixteenth <16th) Judicial District, and In Palo Pinto Brath of the Nineteenth (19tb) Judicial District. DM T, 'W. vilniMt. . /r; ,, a tboims wwís.....jphh a. kakdl* 9VVER, MAXVWL.K 3~=rF k ALL, A< J., county, T®*m. KRRY. WALKER W., Attorney at Law, Lock- hart. dsddwell County, We. ' vU-J&tf YED, Wit, Attorney at Ltw, Austin, Texwi. ** November 83rd, ' vllu W-tf. . A. C0W«.— 100KBfc ' Law ao,d do Satoulo, Texas. ' Bexar, Medina, •unties, and in the luetin. ....... JAB. B. QABDJtlR. .Attorneys and Oouseelore at Mid and Collecting Agente, Ban practico In the District Courts Cerr, Atascosa, Karnes and Federal and Supreme Gov upreme Courts at vl3nl0-ly ORMANDIB, W. P. Attorney at law. Austin, mu. íeb.í.wtf <1 the bent Judiolai districts and the Supremo a! Courts at Austin. He will be plowed to í lavan with members of tho Bar In < State. fagotto* ruootLMor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 24 August 1861

us V* .do ditsan. Tu 8C«í«sióni9t8 & vc' tftree gnus, to iraed- to any Tiré - wiM«b. • will expedite them, M tboy desired o-ívl lifíVTí7 ' ' ii . ^! r M reato .' df wfifdrn . and hang like a i ' r of'tbcir p OTO S, court of ¡tew té legal presuwp- f of guilt, will sot l you. Bu|M «e suppose your patriot- the impartial ity, and ^PJ P . The question then, Js, can your ckiira to patriotism 1 If , Toryism will fasten jtwlf upon have you What hare ji establish a? What hare you done that a not have done? He has not fear of the halter whacking. r entire early day O. BELL Southern army, i erroneously reporte " on. the battle-ñeld to was killed. see about the eqias irotu in order to a RED «nítói rons «Ef Ue¡rOfUt there is ■ -«ate ®* the'«able ta: óraa rifgh er.to.thii J.UÍÜ Aug wwwcw«*jr«thw si jfcwBBjt HUM I HeMFo?rm^ BU. lie was oae r,,Waa'4i'f«0„ " * W.8IM pass owr' tte wires with m. iCi'l nd, on With,.* .1 inorflérlo 's in á defenceless con fcefve «'three tetins eideof Spring- eg ; &a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 24 August 1861

i ® STB WART, HI all the áalape El' utur JMHl . Flfct District c wanooa w ratorla, ft at district [S.tif Washington county ouse, was, A RESOU -r *Sf-. JBftft' for their conduct i trate Si lie of tt$.< ■ an regard an< erhUoonr-Ji 1 gMR of IW8a: commendation «thanks of the Tare due, aiiá through luioq, to Brigadier Gen- ii officer*, military and dared of the generosity toward a brave an,f ug Be it farther.i tion he eomm> ' Beaure*ard, uq^opgb, Ct>Ap[jrov'o(l "May 4,1851. the harbor of Chat les anlfcstcd hy ttjolr conduct ■ foe. " at a copy of'thls roeolu the President to General him to the army under Ma 1-5 employ the < Sww management of the pabilo lot !«< •■ ~ pointed w of' 1 execution! out of tUt Sao 1. leEkmej's long and intimate acq Wftf *oo much for tb& e1o<|ueuc& " Approved March Hoom for Aw.—Wc presume the further complkiftt about not being able 0 service cf tho country. • We sre*re call* flpongfl now mad ■ the Confederate and State Govera- t fNo. 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 24 August 1861

whI9w ■'.V' f V:,i mm which he . F9 official 6 mm i P«BK V, HOW, ! MAINLAND PRAIRIE STREETS, IOUSTON, TEXAS. EPENTKE «fWSDILDBB, Congress Avesue, Austin. ¡FARED to do lí wéát Id Mb lina on| | •tort notice, ic a satiafactory manner, and on •- Hot. 26th. rfi8m16.tf ... Cotto r Hat , oto. (ÉPlifl hm! «tes bill*. St. head* hundred sac niJane Í'ííif ®e WW?!' ¡HAYMAKD, AND RETAIL &cT w tt* and shall forfeit ard iiiiiBBH • 1 ........TEXAS TJSTIN, ...Aug. tUe Frouiter U1IADB0VRNE mm %£w& • Biay. without r g le uguat 10,1861. iy letter of July 1st, I eoid ¡t contemplated making an- ,inst the Indians. On e expedition Start. under C«pt. J. GvAtotHn, ai ;er 1st Lt. M. J. Kuykendall, in command. lio took with him •«rations. On the 28th, he retttnwd nding any Indians, aud only cap- turing* six or seven head of horses, sidles, &c., whic3i the lndiajj®¡HS '"' |g I EKS escape. I . my last, L negL. to say that Mr, A. M. Oliphant, succeeded in killing the young chief that shot McOartey. Ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 31 August 1861

\ vt " • ■ 5HB '' ■ € ~>fPl KM0 #: m ""• ■' V*:J 'i-f- —- | OF GOVERN aathwfuril -IfXfiiA KiSi aud Erath of ibaNloetoentii June 7, 60. ylln484f. ■■r. v>:in '*Tf y¡2li AM*JÜ vvww**t*i «*S ' «IJP" I ■ - T JEH, RA!f I. ' " EROEIYJNQ, FQRW iiiKSíif^Ptejí Commission HI BRBNBAM, TEXAS. *f. <prc*lu e through ' fc>;«iu EERY, WALKER W., Attorney at Law, took- hart, Caldwell County, Texas. vH-n3-tf 'if. .1 ' ' :' ! ■ I* ADV > I ltüv¿ Aug. 18, W gP^ü title , collect claim a, ir? in i..#."_ oa>>: 2u2tf "V? '/ ^2°^q-A"ÍÍ - and General Laná and Antonio, Texas. WUl practice ' • &.< I ....i JÁfl, *. «Atonía. Attorneys and Counselor at Collecting Agenta,San "sf^s© mmmmm aprestó >cte&t« '**% -.-'toi ml < ^yWMMs ' curea tne beet Uoofc in the Southwo P*red to open theirHowl #nWélsf, where they will endoavo;t o supptywhat has ion a5o A^toiu.pvery W' ^CKTHC^B, (Proprietor*. KBMAN,.e. R., Attorney atiLaw.Aurtin, Will practice in the Courta in the Second an risat tevor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 31 August 1861

'it ' ■'■'■ J ■ ■';l ' r . rossrw^ P1B jfcr-if'*P>* jft BMWBWM T y.;?a > iL'mmtm I jBWjMBBKytuTí m \ ,.-v • i tatter w«* a part c cid, Mo-, is full eraté tticKew prisoners, wmmy [took place, with pr;=ea on both sid States, m and jfter Five regiments o into e roles in whole or iMi'i? .MMINM rnment IKi that the • i.-,,. from to cavalry are pickets ■mtnen : The old ! is among -these. Ifípí®tí* to oik) of mv Losoi table entertainers. J j * It amd to light us at the table. A bowl was swung up, in d bolnB,2Soo •ji--.v-.22 800 were there arc "fBffwWWWTIWTWr ■BwWVIttlWBWWI W >. tf-1 mmgMfm Adjutant General fi nies now organized under the w, and reported to hie office as ' on call. ion is going on quiet- all parts oí the State, the system adopt*! by js'jlM Adjutant General, Mid which seems to work admirably. By the ilitia law the State is divided into thir- igades, corresponding with the rial districts, and embracing each near- popiilat ■idethe: .The system- adopted force into two s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 31 August 1861

I ISW 55 5555! *B5B lUíCA m§ To i mu,,,. R fe)i insí z 2,ra S Coam Wm:m « M date for Rep- TKstriet. V i i' * .H resentatlve for ______ ' '^n'' ' ''l !-' caught tÉo war fever,aM leaves ua intention of joining Colonel Terry's regret to part with Mr Black, and com- of a protecting Providence. : > Touchy.—We learn that some of our mot- chantB witttfb soitícwiiát afrOttr yubliication Ía«t[ •week of the Kst so far as we know of those who would take Confederate bonds "te cash. Now, gentlemen, if you will look at our, m- . tice, you will see that we did not even ex- press an opinion as to whether yqii wcroTlght «r wrong 'in yoar action, (or rather noti-ae- tion.) Now, if you are right, our notice' was L Old* creditabler.ti, v<au in «uikiliK TO«r posi-> fe/-^^_"kiaown.-: if you are wrong, you havo no i «omí>íaii? ¿tmfatmlmRSñRtím WM<&:hérn Will you take7 Con feder ate Bonds.—Sinceoarlas't issue we have been crowded, almost annoyed, with persons -ansious to take Confederate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 31 August 1861

¿r-j .*•?- ali the •« .• i i^g¿, i.,/s*. «••««rf * ■ ' w known farm of K. 140 of which !i In a Jjfgh tst« of culti vaVonHmd^klKHS 40 «ore* of fine pastare, all of which is fenoe, with navei1 fagina aúrin Mm of every de&oriptlon, a One atable i &o.t Ac. arm liberal. For further partlonlar* inquire of orth4sBro„w Aastin, Jua 30,'80. vlln47-tf . T-D-O bbla. 8t. Louis bead* .WWm FOB SALE BY Si * Mpf1^ f0á*-| - ■ G%/Sp§w§ > ^ ' -i ' '■ . ' XATidij Tsxá|e'•' A M^tSaJíeis^f*1 ChUrt," ^ packed for indigo, «sí m.ralmi. wtaw M . !9 I IPEBKIN'S ■tíTp PRA ■' ' i' ■ '■ ■ ■ a ropo, CHABiES P&SK RCniTCCV tfi ^*tAN be found ■■■VssUHBP and hor* boa nalli, box® ,lo«ohalM, chains, hore# collars, ¡MM ■Aíí^M«Uow ,yI .. •&>«> ** -ALfiOj-* Grind stones and fixture , Carriage spring , li on axle , oo*, and sheep beD , prepared to do an notloe and on reasons Austin. Sept. l t, •«. vlgn4-ly 0 bui&Im&r lmmi ib, Austin. nil work in hie line with the wisnes oi numerous mena M*. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 7 September 1861

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