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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 October 1861

ijíat potltlemi have , Nile," ask- day it, and * by Ti immmm '.#f¡ , there were killed by Indian , 81; and all going Ei coor, or turn# to growl, bea o o Ymt. p, Sir. i)o j oar duty, according to f is ttisi íjfcát Of «wall . FiUlhamwuuru lin view ai tho diape«*at!one which ha vouchsafed you, and jwo will now seed* ' ; up and ripen to an abundant harveut a geníloman, nnd a patriot, and ' é«rth sod bell cannot cheat .. . . i i under the necewity, at )aet,of oon. ooramniiicatloii from o rdU- t correspondent B, from the Bio Grande, pu. jweeke since, though from «he dearth ot i hae prevailed for months put from ', W e were., anxious to pub'ith U iu (oil, aa m ouraeivee, must be sadly behind SuterMtiacr section, and the do- and soldi ore on thai far-off hau lfc vfought' for ^having only three vinegar to quench their thirat-, 3 | of watét was from thfe H ver, waici 60 W ednesdayÍHMBÍ|ÍÍ|HH "rebels"** Mown , . JHRHRII Gen. Prentiss ashamed command of fbe de- partment of Northern Missouri, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 October 1861

mwiHTrsr ;r~ , W>«. M , 14 th September. 1801 l my way to Mana** . took on the map •ad m the Situation of the country. O every sid we Ma the pine, an.! yet thin 1 a new growth tor this re- I for cultivation, or whwa tine original timber ha* feeen out down. There are many beautiful •jjo'*. The eoautry often ditplay the distant Blue Ridge and the. fevel plain, with the groen Hold of the farmer, and the pretty stream winding their way In «liver thread . Saab 1 the Rabadan, a ob&rming valley scenery in maiiy -places. Where I orcssed the Rhappabannack, it wo* a ■malt creek in i*e. Borne thirty mile* below, it sprui.ds •at into a broad river. Tho car aro well flllod with ■ them and the -urmlee of it being the notes of a bat. 1y ogK««Uid Bni. this could no", be, mm t. fur li*M thf ubder. landing that the Toxaa regiment woula be called ou, at theflrst dai of offensive operations. I maiitioaed the names of the captains of lht|Texai leglment in my ia«t. Ail know Rainey. He has boon a r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 October 1861

pftí r of fe they i , t* -orjHHji iuh they claim pay. aid Ir not, i tli y did ¡p««forro, a&d whut dedui made from t helt pay, tto far a* th t of asy fallare, or partial í#il i therefore, I, JOHN . BKAG 1 of the Confederáis B ta tee of A ~ «nation, requiring all ilserrice, under the fori —2 of tbí _ a Andltor of the Trmaary^ OA i h«!I al«o thetervice , oa ao lnWa. BOOK, ' Tiwe PiiPEK*, 1>B0ARBS, : & Domestic Stationery, Grevier *t. and 10 Bank Place, "Kff ORLEANB. PAHBRS: *6*40; Sitó; ataíB; B8wW¡ OJS HAND. *l2uS81y „ p§| ' ~m girrii'TH tment for «xaentnatloo on i I • * Ai tof SÉám^ > are icvueu •loisfr conneo- "of tho tóate ..JaéiT... —1 nen and breeding, Bitíí tOOl ,-**^H rit^ bellow*, vloe , ~ \haa oer ,J I átono ware, es and fixture , SM, ts on axlo , oep bell*, sms . a¿5í¡«5W Hajfái esto* a, Bello- Canutan, llar- Ú rabd Bluff, 74 ay - T- f and linea 'ilitílil It Mid «t Of- ¡MMHUH ¡MHHPrIéi 1863, in order that I may make report the amount thereof, ait required by la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 19 October 1861

.... PROFES ALL, A. J., A y Judicial of til Ntn« $W t&ir Attorney t Jiti&af UKK8, JOMüt 0., Alton; rrzrrrzz^r II the :tymé\ MS W. P. Attorney at •#t-1 *, MK 6m earner < 8ol* vtfr-nlO-tf Counselor at T;-taras JOH N HAHPV, rney at i a w, '■feuBinoB Íñ the-rww "5 r.trB°3H¿v gWw.- Morris, Marshall, Teias. . .. u ' .. -'jj. •*■*•—— a, .hakufos £TAM P t RSHH , ; ■•' ',.AM0ÍT¿Ío«8 J-< sdeá^tri.-lf**,' V" ■ -± • •*• O at to, Austin, Wldiog; AMIt/TON * imfM*.• * Ge ™6"0"" ! V. HARC0ÜRT - ¿ "OABOOTOT * pnnqftV. Attwi-.By# « tn r j BgW Heel Agent*, Auattft, oticlt _ irt &ei nt\on) Si ■ - 0. . iut •4#Cv HART ttobneysatlai «SMI ■■n^H 'ft' '4m. ATTOBKJ also act aa Laud Agent for *11_ who ^ipmlty, m^tpn« • NKAI, * WOSBÍ.E*. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AU8TXJÍ, TJW * a |M. PaACnOK lW A jg Of A«Hn jjaw 1 iwWntie . Special attéaWon •Folalm , the investigation and g2 i®5se¿sí mOb'-tat m iiii' ,i..'ii i¿ li m -vrltó ON A GÓBfoON, AttMWT a t & JN Land Agenta, Meridian, Bosquecojinty '«&*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 19 October 1861

in the] oft e the neces- ¡'m mmm i mil At the by the The goods will M obinson, t way, asd ation, ¡§| been the ao- seci?rc the re- mainder, with the liberty to enjoy it, will be freely rendered. JBut taxation is adopted as one means by which to meet the wants of the ow if a fanner subscribes to the loan as as he is warranted in doing, how is he extent aide would Goveromem editor, to estafe- our Texas ill spirit to suggest, such a plan, we can We believe it to be true hIw as. U of to the in the field, in while the on the State, i gene; for the sick have little conception Government, or the usé of having óne. We believe it would be an anomaly in the history of civilized war, for a government to call citizens into the field, office* them, drill them, command them, fight them, and when to a price below the cost of production ? Such policy would parallyze production, and certainly ha & could felftdoptJd. The credit of the government is, ev< Within the Confederacy, unlimited. The pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 19 October 1861

1 üS?! "1 ** ' ■ t l • m ' _ ¡ AUSTIN, SATURDAY, OPT, 19,1861. KDixon IAI, CCHRESPOSDEKCE, OUK MAILS. lam informed «t the l'ost Office Department at lllohmoüí. that in conseqnence of not being permitted to oarryttá mails upon '• star bid ," and for other rea- sons, Bawyar & Op. ceased to carry the moils since the 1st September. The Postmaster General takes the po- sition that in complying with their demand, they -would be authorized to oarry the malls on borsebaok at the rate of compensation which ha bocn allowed them for ooaoljttr.d hack service, This, he says, would txi equivalent to inoreaaed compensation for inferior ser- vioe, and could not be done without violating the law. When the Messrs. Sawyer & Co. had their fcontraots awarded to them, they were not the lowest bidders on •11 the routes. " Star bids," muoh lower, were made and were rejected simply because it was desirable to adopt higher grades of service. The demand now that these routes should be awarded to the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 19 October 1861

ImB . ■ &?- & wM W:¥'L. *■©•. B. imuo - — MW . T**T. ^ÍBag<« DEALBBSIN Type, Pre«e , Inks, > NEWB, BOOK, UrBárPIHO AND PHÍNTISfi PAMÍHS, CARDS, CABD-BOABBB, Foreign h Domestic Stationery, 5# Urrrlsr t. find 10 I TG 21*28 ; i A LWAYB S6* >; ; í>9*43; KRS: i VIS l l-M rt y. «5t.i Ion of tof the sil also «■vi pe ; the "have "• ón no ¡th OH claim r oí tha For Sale or Kent. T3B well ¿nowb farra off K. B. Smith, situated 6Mi miJe west ef the city of Ac tln,ou tita Baa An- tonio rotó; containing 180 acres of land, mor or lesa, 140 of which idi-R a high ataM, of oultivatloB. aud about re, ivl! of which is under a good riego of pure water, i i — -«aw dwelling house, good outhouse pf overy description, a fine stone spring- BOWne, «tables, to., lea. Terms liberal. For farther partlcul&n inqnlro of T D.ORMSBY. 40 apres of fino pautar , nil of which ii cidjr fennu, wl'Ii never tailing spring iv erfl on 1 premises auno dwel HrtlinggTvorth Sc Bro, or A«ttín,Juó*80,'fl0. vH ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 October 1861

;.. x •' WV-: - ' . • > =m=m VOLUME XIII, SEAT ma GOVERNMENT," AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, —■—■ ■ ■ ■ . . m ' . professional. I AuUA,,^' Attorney at Law, Weatherford, I'Rrker Will practice law in the Courts of Judicial District, and 1b Palo Phi to etoenth Clfltli) Judicial l?i<tUlot. viiuiitf. p V' .. ' * <"■ Attorney at iMiv, Clarksvlllo, TTjURKS, JOHN c„ Attorney at Law, Ciarksvilie, 15 R*d IWferooUnty, Texas. WilliIfWMttefttg J-aud tlt|o , collect olaims, &.Q. Aug. 18, ;MvT2n2 tf Dgf"' W" Att0fPey •boro* ttikkmlt.'. it., i •/..... iv. ;v.-v; t. oarw É IV Arc street and Congress Avenue. Tip-nio-tf mi'yn ' JOHiK IIAHDY, .. A TT O R N I Y AT L A W, Belma, Dalla Count. 4 r •iimL GIVE KSrKCIAL ATTENTION TO ALL V business in the Probate Court , and- Cue ouU« Uw i of claims In any of the counties of Alabama. KKFKR8TO Hon^Ea Graham, Austin, Texas. , Morris, Marshall, Texas. vÍ2n31Íy AVJKNUK HOTEL, congress avenue, AWTHf, - TEXAS. Tpq^.tpiDBRSlGNSD TAlCE THIS OrPORTO- .J. tilty ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 October 1861

)i'« r Fwflic ' fi \ ■* "* • - '«*•"$}■.>$ -/ w 8| 1' ■Wj1 Ó r^P^I'wwyytÉBw^wB Bel r t í^if^W^íjíp^'spWw^f f'JS ^W0!^im0TOEG ¡fcwllCfj¥ * •• w«pfo>ji4M; «m^NfFms^Áíj 3 gives the roost appall- HMrlIlHÉpl >'.: .'"Y. •' '' "~\. ... ./ utioas and HHfiBUiAlÉÉHMttl IPwrn^ ppropriating a part o oriíi- t in full, tn- of the money "W ~ of libertyivto beJ^Wf^ís nów' in course " of construction. lie is identified with Texas, and her interests. One of the oldest Texans in the State—he has a host of friends, who Id delight to see him honored with the and responsible position of Senator. ■Ml ffpi deserves consideration from o We clip the abofé from tb$ Paris Advocaré. W« believe no man in the East would be o the West than Mr. Run- ..■j'iá ; > rnm In to (he of the r that pur pc know h ssary to quote ti jaw which governs the suance of tbo warrants. Promising that no warrant can be drawn by the Comptroller l Up0n a jvrevj0U3 appropriation by the is the appropriating law under 8*0.1 Be it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 October 1861

mm «gent for read with, pleasure tbose, whose imsginatit MS91 i Dootoa: ü ■frl f the Bos ,vo a short eketelt t 0$ ■Pl-Sv .expressed W«to f* Mtvsgac bms ra ■L. , hli ftpp«rto«' In Laraea eounty ewly In tbo summerof i860, represes Ung him- self to be j\t t from the mountains oí üurango, Sonora and California; that he had spent the last, fifteen year* there; that a portion of the time he had commanded the northern dtvlslouof the army of ,Mexico, that while so engaged he had become acquainted with very rich gold mines—minee rlchcr than those of California in its well pallet days; he said he had eonw to spend tha" ' ' and labor#. Ho told suehtJcs of the great attrac Ule of the great Mona Of that country and wealth of the mines ; that bin father and «¿other, now very old, his brother, Rey. F, &Í Ms tbiee brother* j, law, and mtt ■ uii i(j|i rado. I, with mldpiJier young men, not seeing liow it could possibly be that he would try to deceive such a ass of people, found it easy to bellev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 October 1861

i .M Xtí VY _ i I! f s Jarego, ; bHe; um-~T!i"e ffcr- t With üuhsfcur Frc- íiij biwiiieítXj a,í.tnsy o MfowtoK; ; 1 or<kui--autl com- al Fremont 'i'he country la waiting able to subsci iptiotH of arjuy supplies, yon mention. .ífbey a op' m couíciiiónt of: be docbaed; 'lie main <4Sí et &f tb&e subscript! tli« planters and i':srtnei'x to draw upon •e rcíoui'ccti hi *ubsmbmg for Confederate ; in tbeWawwt builds untii * time indicated for the «ale, the entire dispo- eontrol oi tbe articles subscribed, i lioj® lint ithis n^te will prove to fee sufli- 'ÍT^t.,rationtciently explicit, awl tbat you and others will be eminently Miaes&f'ul in appeals to the peciple of vour gallant Státé- >.< Willi iiigh regard, your ob't serv't, ■J it. 15. I)F.0Of , fjwpeiiutendent Pro/Juce Loan. Trkasitbv ffic'i&imiRNT, t Jtíéhmórul. Scjit. l!5tb, 18<}1. <> ■Mr— Vonr letter to my address bas ÜaÉMÜKiftitti *-¿¿9-^.1; moneys when no agency will, 1 ^Í^Xk.Ttói., intention i*j-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 November 1861

• ... . H • SI — ;Wtl..,.,.. ,„ T. ,*¡ ¿s: .¡ UW/ ,. , <A, * Lfe1 . OJ .! US' I yj ■ : :> "TV y ' . a, r , ,^—r ■,?''■ V*A J« 5 «4 ;¡<i,iu./rv«,>*/. -J' .(•'Hflv xyfá ,*¡i'?ító4ii| ¿$¡85 HI . . P JT: ,. . • ,«.... ¡ tei a'ahvift bun ,«w u &• dlÍT* rtíftCjcJ ! * «•:•« ■ l^íKAi-0 j ■ ,•• "'£*• "3 ,«uwí". l- '¿bet C ..•ijt.Mli £.-!; k'M*.'. flifS.|'.'. "■ ?*- ■' V.'1'jr'i* hr. vili P'J.U'.JÍ 1'.«>¿*1 fikijl A vi i i ¿ « "'Vi , v itíii ,;*'>U x 3 V..-4l..J ii f ,'1Z- 's¿ák AE?í ,'l; .l i 'jjt i ,i tjli íUjJoJ Líi.a .L' ¡íuWw i rn ¿3é$Sr iGOMMíS&ION BALL,, toan*V¡í t&iJiiW ] • ¡JllSÍ tt-Jj 'lo gat' ! -j¡n3L di •i fidJ v?feku:g óoO al ***> o"j¡eM* "**" lit. .-viiktíte ¿V 34w«mj#x Í.Ü.. •^•eótiat?, bum/air- '"rtfr-na-tf m Wítff-tfí' I jflji ¡ "'tfg ^ ~~ — — 1 I ¡M WatM ÉX lWÍS nVXav,''¿(atóVil&í wtmw via l«-.a>llnBV'<Wi«W|><Kg>fl^ ■ i *a*¿nhiwk1tímíx;-'-w¿ f~vB<Í tltíf asMt s£KS9l.*f n-t! pared feo open their aiiliüig: ta ooJ * oo k-jm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 November 1861

Éfé I Wm. the Senate to i wmtm ■ x- la. ST..CT-5 , of Washington Co third district. D. STELjL, of Leon Co. rOUHTII DISTRICT. w th district. IT. of Tarrant Co. district, :,«£ Uu> State .SfS *. KXSTT, n4 I i «Ion MthortMi te «woffle , raí te appoint egww JOHN MARSHALL wtw «Iy étr slation, he Will, we i that Ifei la the powsr piace the State up. al which stall com- and prosperity of a , and tiw liberties of a free "*i,f ^jif J, f • P. SmI. James P. Neal, present «H ex^j®idatoM! iff. well, we have not room for the list— only i has been victimized, we believe, by some a Éiw wtn ooptas m tfftltt&blft to yftoh 8mb |SO«fiO. A<Sdraw Jota ...err Oca War Size—Until the blockade is re- t from the Porta Ü xas, the State •tat Leetalktioa. On next Monday the Legislature eon reces. The members elect are mostly new men on the political arena, aud the color of their political opinions can, as yet only be judged by the fact that they come fresh from the and that that people has, within the ;...

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

* [Telegraphed to the New Orjemi Picayune. Ut«it DelptUhei, Manassas, Oct. 23.—Five hundred and thirty prisoners arrived to-day jrom Leea- burg; 210 more are left behind." Tliey be- . longed principally to the 15$ Massachusetts regiment; there are some New foakera among them. They all belonged to Stone's command.* They are al! well disposed of and are fine looking men. Among túem are Col?, Lee and Cogswell, old army officers. The total loss of the enemy in killed, wounded, drowned and prisoners* is estimated at 1,500. A whoie boat load was ups?t in the middle of the Potomac. Senator Baker was shot five times. Our forcea engaged were the 13th, 17th and 17th Mississippi, and the 18th Virginia regiments. Our loss is reported as 300. Their names have not yet béen received. The greatest loss was in the Virginia regiment. It was one of the most brilliant victories of the war. mJski* • ifi. ;- « Alt me i wliat perils do envlrtm The man that meddle* vrlth'*- K lectoru I Tickets and Candidat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 November 1861

. 1 ;f * M H i %■ IMC ,íuJt tut .'■?-- IntUo*,' ■ - ¡««w ' €« "V-l y.'<M*3S J • .' ~i7^'! ' R8 ••'&!. G0,>- HSWEHSO,, ,, * w . X ¡¿ m^smsssamBBmsBEssBBemm election Notice. BY Proclamation « f Uls Kxceileuoy, the Uovurnui of tho Ht«ta of Ta** ,it booomes my duty to order that nil eleottoiv be held at tho several Preolnota of Travis oouBty, orí Weduiwday, th sixth day of Nov«m- Mi p>i< >rt )*tei the month, Ktectórs for Presidant «j< ri4o State* of Am*/, a for the Second Con- a 4 V io President of the agar thé#3aiM liner ana pUsss of t 0iB In iald count) V. dooarloh, .Jilwr's Litery Stab!* t K:'auilth—.-—Boho t Iloase. r„.>.Bo,VO«h 6.-J. Wikibuhn'.. a.-ijno. Houia. inghama, "(V- ■ hasten the t ressei Sawbieh be hid Lotík Floür, . u*ru. w boob Hi o Coflfeo, Copperas, saltpetre, Cement, Piaster, and m ■rappraiL. ^iSjm , Jj 7.—Jag,.Dougherty,,^'. .mukW H«oae. " •«.—If- Btoflktou U «¡UoflJ* Scfeool House. ' « ft—1. W. Botrn'OT1.;' ¿:¿I/:6uitntrt Kqu«e. m .10.—J ao....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 November 1861

■ ' '" • '¿át VOLUME XIII. SEAT OF OTELS PROFESSIONAL. "TJ ALL, A. J., Attorney nt Law, Weulherford, Parker 15 county, Tesas. Will practice luw t'i tlm Courts of tlio Sixteenth (lfltli) Judicial District*, ami In Talo Pinto und Erathof tj®c|íiii t«eiiill (liltli) Judicial District. .Tutu 7, '80. vims tr. TlhCltay, WALKER Mi'-, Attorney nt Law, Look 1J hart, Caldwell Comity, Texas. vll-iritf BIJKKM, jwrtCT v., Aiwtufj . Red River county, Tesan. Will I uvestlgato l.imd tilica, collect qjnims, &o. Anu. 18. '6t>'vl<in2 tf W. 1'. Attorney at Law, Austin, «•!.. G.Tstf . DKNORMANDIE, Texas, °,SwoT*' cARTRit' flHHr a¿" £í; r Texas. Office in red brick buildinjj on cerne; M Bola O'Aro street and Congress Avenue. vld-nio-l i ÍO í V, «g -¡fág: attorney at law, Selma, Dallas ... "TIÍILL Q1VK KSI'KCt AL AT'l B.N HON i O ALL W business in the Probato Court ,«ndtfce o...leotl..n of claims In any of A,rt 'l,n ** non. M. D. Graliain, Austin, Toxns. wí W. Morris, Marshall, Tesa . vl2n31-ly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 November 1861

m ■. I - RsáHiy i ■ i Sfc- :S& $fe ífe4' át|%: áM'\Ír''; fcv.'í'. !:«• Tett%, tha State appear is Its present ¡úwf. GoVBRNOR , majority over Clark, 124 " Chambers, 8,121 Tka l tisin«H dona la this body as yet is so •mall as to give bat liulc idea of the mental in the body, as there have Hats oí Greek with Éfrtlí^^ha- M o&tteb strangers to each other as they ate to the denizens of this lo- cality. There are but few old members in either house. We hear considerable congrat- ulation, bftsed on the ides that it is a people's legislature. We believe there are fewer professional men than usual; though we notice many eminent lawyer* and several distinguished M. D.'s the floor* of the two houses. But few of them, comparatively, have extensively known to the political world, and jye may consequently hope that the knowl- i pf the political trickery, which is too apt !i, ad- and bis ' Governor earnest and hick was frequently 5) id other manifesto ral. Lieutanant-Governor Crockett then ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 November 1861

¡ei ídc hon 1 at o " ' tbo i mmmr-^ £23T Ou last. Saturday C'upt. Fitter's lu fantry company, the " Travi t Rilir-s," took up their lino of march for tho Gulf, They were handsomely escorte• out of town by the various military 'companies of the city, and it large concourse of citizens. Before they left, a handsome silk llag was presented them by Mrs. Florida Everett, through Mr. W. M.Wal ton, in a neat and appropriate speech, which was properly responded to by Lieut. Sneed, on behalf of the company. May success ever atteud our brave boys. The Gazette wants us to come to time or throw up the sponge. Well, then, we draw the mark again. The poll opened in the In- dian Nation at the August election, could not be counted in that election without violating the Constitution. That is our position. Does th<) Gazotte take issue with us? t Houston 'Idegrapk. By no means. You are certa:nly correct, and we are most happy to agree with you. The^jlazette wants to know what the mer- chants of Hou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 November 1861

m Vl «— IMOSD.—J Owens- ■I tbe 1st can timid oh naine aide of hip and bad 011 a belt when way back to A us- her Unlivery to me * tin, or - ny in- Election Notice. I>V Proclamation of His Excellency, the Governor MJ of tlie State of Tux* , it becomes mv dutv to «>•<,,. <-o., Texas wensviilu, Reward. a i In rocking ÍÉÜI'*$f& K2SS . Pall county, Tesa , cu the r J 8th I nut, the follow! n g named per- Mtlllenn, about twenty-tour or twenty • it- ago, about six feet two inches high, broun , ana will weigh 175 or 180 pound*, fair <iom i>, dark eye , no beard, king hair, when lie left ad in black; -lamen Vaught, abont twonty-tlvr old, thick, heavy get rum, without beard light r, fair complexion, live leet fix or «even inches high, will weigh 100 pounds; Reuben 8 Gardner, about ¡ twenty years old, live feet four or live Inehea high, spare light complexion, auburn hair, will weigh ,120 ! $100 eneh, for their delivery io mo nt Mar- all con lined In jail for murder commit-...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 16 November 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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