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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 25 February 1863

w : ->v; i,.:." <• to strike m0#9M WKSsmS '%■■ . ... .■ ■r , ISfe ' «5 ; <A ..■■*'■.I- *U "',,A ►' M .fltyrfV* '«fW l>rf pn [utIO RKNA1 rull eallwl ; qu wa* re ui d r.JUar AI'oTINj i f tho Judld<ry Cornn TM d tfcr n «lib- ÜÜ alitn " >orwi.«," «'itb ■mratmrnVfi tlwi with lb© Hmu> iyiUentJary, r«xtomm"nflo<] ¿rtáeM cortain C'cun- ut Hun hat w#« in ) minleatlon lir|(WM' to provide Air !li« fnrullle of Texan sol- [ tlit) special ariler of tliu day, the House aommiV* of the whole, pending it*con- sideration, tlm íjóuitu ¡xflonrnaq to 3 ¡i. in., when It m ' ■ ,r. J£m TutMitltl,r45j tiltfn on lt« adop- Mle t*.k up tliu for the whoU tlou the ntibstltiil Uoinmltt«v>of tlm W/WT.f y hour tlil i blockade* H i were on bourel, from i Europe. to lb* Con- any that he.-AtelltiOTUt^ My ptii ttt JIIb Rtoelleney the Oov- a circular iron the President Btote ,, wan received and read, i Ftwldent was referred to til - •y Altai ra, '•'< ' ourtiMl to 10 a. m, to-morrow. 1%#. 1#,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 4 March 1863

'tu ■ •A'*;'ÍÍí He Siatt §a¿ttle. t . /- PUBMSHKP WKKKLY BY JOHN MARSHALL A CO. VOL XIV § K AUSTIN, WEDNESDAY, MJ .NO II iíMai I T «ho Pairo * ot til* Uaxtítto. ' It will be eoen from the Odvertlaement «f Dr. 1 B- Wormlt, Hctailnlstiatorof the eatateof John Marahal), deceased, that It Is Important for this offieets¡?Sse up his buslneaa a soon m poaatblo. Aetlng npon tbla, we have mad* out the ucoountt f many ol our aobsortbera who aro iu arreara, and forwarded them with thl* Issue. \Ve trait n'1 Will respond oboerfully. The book* mu$t bo autdud, and we hope our friend win tuko no oftenee. but eont'nuntheir papeia, and w* protnlae to du all in our power to make the the Uniotte useful aud Intoroitlng. «¡¡0 Wo gut all the latest news 1 y Exprouc, from tbe " Almanac Kxtra," whloh enablis ua to place It In tho hauda of all our reader* tti Western Teies, earlier than any other weekly paper published In the Htate; and we expect shortly to make other arrangement*, by whloh we will be enable...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 4 March 1863

Vmft re.* m the! I d¡8- be Oou- the HHwi ^Hfefpi !8a the following Senate'* in- A b$l "to provide a U aÉÍÉflÉMjVl in , PMMH "ftUtho] of the for re> Kendall Qt and bills, to-wit: fund to sátiras,-^ r mortgage to hi ing nine-tenths . and on motion of bill suspending all • mortgage to in certain at 8 p. it r> th« House rjiniitatiun until one year af- >se of the war, reported from Senate, passed with amendment, wan tak- on un muí Senate's amendment aereed ) and Senate's amendment lAQthe House, joint resolution In re- i to the Ooufederate delta, reported the Senate, passed with amendment, from the Senate, passed with amendment, was taken up, and Senate's amendment agreed to.; .$$•■'V';. ■, The Houbo Bill authorizing Judgment HI fl v am no# of j. i one seo- éd and battle, iu whieh " «11 the en- anco, com- . i,n futotv fall m«> the plaoo. he' Ho formerly Uv- '"'«Ht.rt oufl- x, iia ( ua toipo i ndlowliiis I («I fur rum or to Mt ÍHxs.. 1 lofr Lead and Copper Mine to incorporate t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 April 1863

V - • &■'É'if, VOL. XJ*^ mm AUSTIN, üá(P*tfwp sr € I " . ';. .,'flÍ f The WEEKLY AU APE1L 2s#a ¡Ü i, laea To the PUfaai of the Ou«u«. « It will I seen from the advertisement of Dr. I H. Worrell, administrator of the estate of Jobu Marshall, deoe* d, that It t* Important for thl ofSoe to closo op hli business u toon m possible. Acting upon ibl*, we have made oat the account* of many of our inbeorlber* who are Jo arreara, and forwarded them with thla laaue. We truel all will respond cheerfully. The books mutt be settled, and we hope our friend wHr take no offwysa, but oont'noe their pupej a, and we promise to do all In our power to make the Gaxette uaeful and lnl re tlng. We get all ibe latMt new* by Express, from the " Almanoo Extra," whloh enables ua to place It la the hande of All oqj reader In Western Tezac, earlier than any other weekly paper published in the Stale ; and we expeot ehortly to make other arrangement , by whlob we wlU b* enabled to issuo a Tri-Weekly la advance ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 April 1863

mmm ladjoarned I oro h«re i **** : •« dill/ N, 0, T« 1 of lili command with heavy Iom os J was broken lost, but for what eras We captured about twenty and twenty- ' arm/ on thoMlss- ■ K. rcjior* l« current that command at Port appointment in made '«•o Hunter aad York Herat'1 mm ut« be ,on Account will pi'ob- «Ur- ^'r'Tíf |tan| i the French. ■■I i and Eugllih ■ ved In Washington on the are said to fee of great impor- 1 be forwarded Immediately to their imbiy of New York hu unanl- «eolutlMi appointing a oommlt- ublieans to wait on the arrest and de- in iTort MoKenry. ..«(ton tho Btn,~ ;roy«(l and two ne- the causo towmrwllu *- -• <mm with the mt resonroas Is unlimlutdpowsr, falls within the rebellion, Vo should be Inl- and Ohio railroad .has barn m, now doing an enormous business. ■ «f nine too* capacity, one- from the Great West, arrive Minus of dollars hare been ¡thedsuiagednjMi by the rebel . tM arrived In Washington. Arabia brings a report, foundation ' smont of the captain of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 3 June 1863

I i).-ino"i ^ti<: I Hi" t* AM<i<'uijuM ill N-w Vork^nJji^J Isnud 1*3 m ?.w' !■■ AttM# tou i troops rough PHP(#1 urnr* th o 10 to ]fp mm,'were fnad.. to the proteo Ion of tin-plac«. o on Urn ]4<li| ling buck ti'Oniitou. 28 iullos north. ... „ rtllfoad. Grunt took poMoMlou Of Oí the 15th, Grant learning that ha «ra* threat- " both from Unto «tul Meridian, mirlo lii« pre- tkms to l*a a 11* est fire to the I'eisftnliilur Confederate Wiys and the southern jWrt of II that evening. Ho Jul on the uiurnlng oí t to destroy th now wept In attempt oil MNP|i aotpr . HHHMIm ; Wr t#|<.'? He mon-d off to jola ■ lUltt.VMj.C XWUoilt th.-uuh h |o-t hi* guns, ■ the tautle in>e«|it<ig with banners Ü,, lag, that Grant hart |fl- or fclr-mt, hurt effected a repule « , nd lie , Mid nn to UtfM tUQ*« irtAanwkh however, rcidt and tilurrh ■til at Brandon. in his communication to the —,|HR the l^thj ng & possible to prevent Grunt from landing-** —4 —i„t on a rivor coast pf over piae hun-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 3 June 1863

enemy endonvored to l* « our es- i Association. I to wny a read out to e r 21st, 1863. | ....ederaieSiott*. 0^ . the faith of the m%M s*f «11 Í«'/*«'Vi*¿3L v'. * • ck, ad I Ü! to '«I9PP1 roprifttion for ti m allowed by ! lI<-tuckott, to be BU- líjur, on tho certificate fú cuibgr, 1.862. ,u "Sí-.1:.! for the years 1802-'G3 . ftorn and after ila tho Stato of TeX*#, fro h „ r^ASTa7£ f , of her pro rata I).-UH(1 all indebted- ifáfcfi >to« of America, and that ¡Hp Udrnw therefrom iroin aiiy • f shall have hew fuUy com- , t lie pay tnent of Iter pro ruta, S , ;• ffif H SHI S'-ate of IciTwvTlmt her association aia is of said Confed'.T- pledged to the pay- ueito, to whoever the m pa mk 6,345 200 00 ,18153. P $3 sccond It (MKiCtetl PíteÉS'W'iK ct entitled u An «Wife: SflBSEffif IMIÍSmhí W«' of HuSlode fttíiL'i4¿N:<Ti BtTirollfiV Jl t < JU&V' lib Kftliftfllilllti . ' '• •:. <• . .v • r..,.i)*%a ¿É6óiútóÍÉt6.:«s> .'■ V. V- ^ A-'■'$ •V..";: .. ■MBIHiPí MM Coroners, .}««•• ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 June 1863

toeeldg ItTBStY WEDLBSDAY MOBSING, 'nil;! to* News by Kxprsso, other Weekly Paper in the Stale. —T1RMS— $5, poyabl. in advance. For six No suDScripllnn received far less thou ITES OF ADVERTISING— n,80conttpar Hoe. No advertíanme!!1 I thou $2. Ait transient advurtlsing tea. AnuouucomsnUufcatidl- nth. i must baunt In not later than 19 ir* publication, to Inanro Insertion. mm =r . .. S-'..y,< hl-ifa,1, , i* y.,fctp¡ /. ■ — K . ; ' v . ■' ■ *•'. 'Mj,< <íy?y¿. 'K(1wi«wpfV 1' VvíL jf A. II yip BSI&I ■ ¡ • Mr: ; í y • ■frrkS' J V.fflf/tA li-í .■'(. .>.y . ;¡S •?'. gfp •« '-aMy.^^í ÍÍKyai1 ÍlBSÍÍÍÉB>IÉlBÍcÍÍ^>;.^:f*^ •Tí? < '.i'':... i . y ' ' V* • " 1 ■' '' •■'' 1 'VV rOffjlfeV ' T . . ■■ ■' # .-, i IP —————HP—jPPPWjPM ■■PBI .11 . £#/$L D. RICHARDSON, EDITOR & PROPBIETOBr-TEBMS, $5 PER AMUM, (Y íj>"S $($>$ ' fev^rf.ip .i-i'"' 1 LiUl U—-11 Of TRI-WIÜBKLY GAZETTE- [«10 par annum, payable hi advance; I "\T/^T "V TT T I. Advertising «ama aa Weakly— V II ti. \...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 10 June 1863

w.r?*,: . ¿W'ífc ; \ íswéjjr, • -;■ ■■' -.-.• ¿N0 i .' ., • • M PK^mmwiíbééé¿éíb>^J>wlm)<íém>tw^4wwbéi (. VjeÁ ,.-;:r>i?}'-, ' '~>$->"i f1* , ,- > , A +XQ. Ms- Many of hí« H : l 1« old |W4<WW *wme dpnbt s to bogaln- the 6th. we pnV of Fort Gib*on, by war* the whleh we fiid In the an *c«onnt of the «U- < iihlmrbond ««i the Wit. sign hlmwlf soldier of jp? : We uro wlihln M ralle of fort the Fede,1 ! finer•« waving on the of the A tkansa . TI>b river Is hl«b •hooting doro , between picket . The Pe.la lav« a mixed force of at Olbaon, and their «ontterlwf pri- on thl* side, to in* Oonfeilergov. Thl# I * not been flattering. The Creek al- butt load oí thf'tn neer'y across the VWera ■'OfW., intending to et-pinre or kill the , l«Jt. m 'the boat ne«r d thl bank, the |trey locked to temptlm they llred Upon ihem preine- tflrely, killing some, and caoaing olher to leap overboard, and be drowned. The «iirrent aettíng to the opposite hore the boat drlfed J>aok,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 June 1863

■mm* i rooelved for 1«m th u *] HI All < Anuouucement* uf oaOdi- beaent In not later than IS •ft * publication, to tneure luurtiou. — ■ ■ n Of TRI-WKKK1.Y OA7JJTTE— i, f 10 per annum, pa jab! in adYaaoo; 5 Advertising wm aa Weakly.— nta of candidatos $10 par month. t( THURSDAY JUNE 11,1863. THE Ni£Wa Onr Express arrived thl* morning at 4 o'clock the Houston '"Telegraph" of yesterday. The Galveston "News" did not eome through. The glorious news received by laat Express Is faUy oonflruied through various so areas, though we have no later dates from Vicksborg than those pub- j tshed In uur last. Thar* Is great excitement In th« orth At the arrest of Valbindlgham. Gov. Seymour, of New York, aaya his arrest baa brought dishonor on the country. The news from Arkansas and Missouri Is vory obeerlng-Marma- duke bac capturad Cape Giradeau. Communication ws* aloar by wagon road ba. twoan Vloksburjf and Jackson. The news of Grant's being wounded seem* fully oonttrmed— some say mortally. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 17 June 1863

BSBBI COpUt, ■ m Alt mú^ton I •• .fef ¥-l~ Wft KSBSSSBfipS ' --V "• Tho war i at this tío . my. iinin flUtke IB Ciar* ara beio- ♦ tfcey triend , without i oaoiw or re- Uwy now bold, we ara Sen. T, J- Mnrrab. A Olla chieftains 9| left tí* to control all the meau* and mea weetmrj to oeecution of ti war. *nd iba protection ot ttia whole country. But .boalJ tho*e witboritie* fail,-from th prcamr ol Ota war, protect the soy time against iav**«m,er require aid parpo* , aeif-pruerration would devolve h«r auihoritie* the dwj to employ aU tha > lleca- j ta that end, promptly, en-rgetlcslly odiciouuy. To ber isstill la «the militia, her the leñatees wbieb abe might iu time of " iiaasxJts: prompt and judicious employment of tbose mean*, when tba oocaatoo afaáa-thí reeeronon of tbera . Kb. Sute might be erip- I rendered laca abis to meet peoditare of ber reaottrcaa, and by withdrawing, when ■H militia from tba tadoatrial pursuits, that result at once, ia feeding the country, ami «applying th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 24 June 1863

~ V. ■■hi ■ ü? -p&iSS*, ¿JÜHS 18,1863. jfSfe- g%*£~~ . i-- §2|? TXktt aiLTSJ morniBg at The new* £m*ms.éj¡ ■ '■- * - ' ' • :—PM IHÍic^^héé he meat Naq t *r« SR1 |;"#p 3.-í SllSt • can fiad from Vteka- I ipí?¥ i ?&,""* • I .., > iy<B S& , that we have been i lo the lost accounts, and n<d of our ability to hold every cdds. Gen. John wm not quite read; for Iwoald be In i abort time. t looklbr «Sirring new* from word from Arkansas or 110.—Dear Kern >—X and yon " tbe Sbrt, brought here by -jsntss special courier to a Kit night aod leaving on It may be imprudent I aa to the object of hi- mis- r is. that an Important more ska Ysnksedom reel . M. gives the most cheering !« at Vicksburg; beseems, ~M Jfrehei'íion rea- y- From a teie- from theaceoaut i Geo. Taylor baa had __ with the enemy near Cth-m but* and killing and rVicksbnri.it is aid, ¡ tt from 86 to 40,000. Prom i the same aa we had v's loss there, is kfiied ) or 1*000. f runi other eg more than you will find i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 24 June 1863

. S | "^e ' - j*-. V, m | :&Sm "^iiin m l s ' ¡¡¡If ■ - V" r LATEST NEWS Bí 1 *« y :«;?&■ aronr Express «rriwxt this jwjraiBgat 4 o'clock with the Galveston "News" of yea- terdsy. 33 Telegraph failed to - * —■ from You will Sod in the enclosed extra and of* return to He Among other rtba forthcoming «lection, he Seers leseara hand, t for Governor, I notice ,*nd for Liont. Gov A. M. Oentry, of of the doobt be will ' afblr* of of mature end skill, and <A <¡*9$ raC0BR¿k lltieaí sagacity J be seems to meto be ras and needed at the helm of We ate the name of the Hon, Jno. T. Har- eourt, announced fa the Telegraph for reflection, in hte district, to the State Senate, jjffo man labored harder or effected more good Jó the last legislators, than Mr. Harcocri, and we hope to *ee mora such men at the next session, where taaojr subject* of grave importance will bare to betegtelatedon. ^ I WF~ The Henderson Times of the lath mn the wheat crop 1 almost entirely harvested in trie coun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 July 1863

w Hm*., — sbsCn a druggist of this city, bat Be entered this city ', and what he state* there t sa Of r iftiriiiiti if Inf^WhadJhere !S« bogs- rles eeemer totbfakfaey "f of ammunition in with an am left. we had r as bertofore I ef spirits MHRiP b dead Yankees than sa they are f beenpaased l are ratable rwüli I parte of the world, and tbs side-wslks *rs blocked with goods. Strange to say, Boston anl New HnftWWlBI Mich of the nt of the Aw _jeeemyat Wli jfoaphl them on Holiday, [jert.rdny, Monday m We arete receipt of the Brownsville Flag of the 18th, hot It contatos no news of importance. n Under the bead of "Business the Flag wy " the town is crowded with merchante aod traders from S' York are familiar asme* to ear sight, tor we have groceries and dry goods from these instile markets jaste* regular as they do to New Orles . We send bides and woo! and—«hall we say it?—Cotton, to the Yankee , and they send as wherewith to feed npon and wherewith to clothe ourselves. They sendas powder ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 1 July 1863

iff- --■ ¿jj'iThiiriia ii re ei ties, Mid other The following" as published by the Telegraph wbieh oonuia A mmmmmm attempts to carry with'«^000 mínÍbftwfít Jacfcoóe tórftll y i be in® rar idlv hi- ta their «id a lew ' Uietapr^tmtbtíl pie, by «rowing The otty to abun- Í able t ) staad Vieksbcrg, Donsldaon- * frota íhe Yack «es, v^'xmpmég to the fi>Qa .,TiL>tj;i,,... iin pwiOtlB r fortone, The approaching election begius to excise some interest, and all the papera in Use State appear to he taking a part in it. Those advocating the claims of Mnrrsh, to be ocr next Governor, ap- pear very boastful and confident of his election, while the friend* of Chamber* appear eqcaliy eer tain of his aueoass, tboagh he baa ram of tbepol- itieians, now left in the State, afrayed against Mm, bat this is nearly always the ease with an inde- pendent candidate. Few candidates «ra being brought out fnr Congress in nearly all the district , sad (ho ail appearances, we are likely to have a lively tima...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 July 1863

,v 4 i . ' ' « Weekly.— -•" L óf 18,000 16- i there, ac- ia asost cheering, to have been into which he .«da force, according to Swell, who is aow l victory at Wincfae - Uji ) The captare of A New York dispatch of the 17th y« : D.x' «royl reported near Riobmond, supported by i and gunboats on -June# and York The Philadelphia Bnqsfrcr of the 15th I says the rebela are at Cbancelersburg 3,500 strong, also that Gen. Ewell'g corps is in with Stuart's oavalrv. Hill close and Longstreet bringing np the There Bino doubt that Lee is throwing his whole force into Maryland and Pennayl- ™"*. zkp. Habeisbcb , June 17,1868.—Over 2,000 rebel cavalry and infantry are in Chambers- barg. Gen. Jenkins ordered the stores to be opened, compelling the inhabitants to take Confederate money for gold. Stuart's cavalry occupied Littleton to-day, ten miles from Gettisburg. The farmers are sending their horses and cattle to the mountains. \ i _ Later from Vlckibnrg, -From oar special correspond- (rotfl various...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 8 July 1863

i which we publish awal of I i to éumreti election to- rn Htíacanvaaa, authority that is en- It novel to oa, m4 most be offensive to friends of both McCulloch and Clark, and we are satisfied they will not submit to the dictation of a few politicians, who withdraw the names of the candidates of their choice, unbkiahingly say to the people, "we do to aseo the election of our pet"—in words, we will^reeyou to vote for the of oar selection. Will the people sub- mit wo this? Will they suffer themselves to be ted like sheep to the shamble, and be forced to vote for Mr. Murrah? We think not the enemy will rat the «helved Inflicted «[real : 7,0 Degree* aad amount of stores, . of ♦MOO.OCO. f 6ÉÉ S3S arrived in >-*W Algiers. Tills 1 to draw ot arlf ha! oat fall. ' ek is very en- t believe, that the fiünt- , be relieved from their _ tooUua te tt* anee of the Oon- , end va predict it wül will hare to ' a peat portion of 1 W satellites at i rofslef week will i meantime, let us keep to the fi«d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 July 1863

i§fefti E # ■Í ■ ■ r^w Corpus. « n of babe corpa «u V; morning at papers ofyester- glean the following: ▼twpolt bar? bwa MTW| Avafv Km MM ' i ww. 9'wj w / WW r for a flght, even with his next door neighbor . |HH||VI ¡p¡||pa ii farian fm to, iHifg t bad to be resorted I* Tkti .. «"11 carers in the bal- done! Another draft baa htrs oar people dsmonatrattd "UDMiwef Have any Tolon- enrolled i« ttó. «tóonof mail a tn itnwmm <*■!>PMV w y vvii*i« one named Ifyerr, a saddler, of thia place, and Ihe other • yonng men named Bwhell who bed been conscripted In tbe streets of AnaUs, having fled evade the law. Bothhad of been examined by the B rd of Borgeow and reg- ularly enrolled, and sent toearop They bad ob- tained, from tbe commanding dfflioer, a furlough of eight days, duriug which they bed gone to.La- Graoge, and obtained a certificate of exemption from the exam In! eg Surgeon there. The pUtnliffa wore defended by Geo. W. Paa- obai, esq., who made a labored effort Vo prove the aaeone...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 15 July 1863

. - ' Oar Expresa arrived Üi« morab a* McKiniie, W Malone, N MMI > doty of ever aad mors partlcolarly ae ■ cfi las to ^of the tank at Settys- ¿■day's Tri-Weekly, do* , being four rtay prs- , nptiM to oar t ta well nigh aenihüatcd. Itera ¡! no I i* a succseafelaaa,but wtaifc. f« bi Peaosylvtoia, or aaly a per- lis bo poaeibiiKy of ascertaining, nd S «II MBBMÜoa But of tto y ta «hm Sm* Mor we íunu; acttoa what tar* elraady reached >ta**B«eed,lBot*r and 3d Lieut for the first time tato nr not only by some of tta leedtog yapara, bat by tta OB tta iNNrfiM I from a high to * low i, aad cropping green food ail «to year round. preduoed in Teuin , finer In fibre, mar* tkuis or waves per inch (that is to ey tatter felting i full la length of staple, as wo# gum, and in ftat a tatter wool than on the aame animal In the hand* of a far-bmed, fins wool jpuwIuk coanty, Pa, and Brook and > counties, Ya. Thesamplescan beaeeaatour a Sr. Christian tea taen engaged in failing > wooled abet? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 August 1863

ÜP SBBmmam • 'Jin * Ta. m. . Ife8«*: 80 , ICCbdoq. lip^njor to 1 on ■a eye cinglo i oí Th dlfflcaJty whether íhef _______ il Ib Texas. Ib either > meet with a MÉÍÉ| .,■■1 • State Gazette: WH rea* tbe .nicle of «be A fia* i «f the Wtn.eab on, aiu'i do oot égrue JL deny M¡§ * - toyAr mule public that the orcter for ,ittus been eaked hourly. f UUertj whon i Mis igBgüS - -«-4 «I Oorr€sp9s)deii€«« CiKP BalKJUF, Jnly totJ ■ TTÉ S¿n I thafartlicominv s * ■<*' ™ ■ *y M«wwtiu5 o ¡1 Dtotriet, the result, i mera impor- Col, Herbert, car tete Representative la again a candidato forre-eieeticn, and we h vs ptooed fcls record before our reader te speech be made ia Colninbui, wberelnhe give* loll account of his eerviees, and, to our mtnd, a very oatisfaoiory explanation of tbe coarse he has panned. His politic are the politice of this paper. He is States Bight 1 Democrat of the old tohool, and «-ill tolerate no infringmeot of Constitution, undsr any pretense Hi competitor, Judge Towee , 1 a ...

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