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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 July 1853

jiiaMfam;!aa-MI3c-. i I .' . ariWUAaamJ6W irW T-fc MPIPMW11 M""Miri7n Si'i ii niiia'i'wi IMM riM M MW 1 inn i iiiK iiku niiiiiiiftirl M '.rf'iia j M 4tt Br. i&m $ra2 ItfofeWtc 'texus State Agricullimt 'Society at AtistiU Ste.wlrefii x orrhir xnrtwrr Tiuxi .e . ohtytdnW(3orrc$Viondine Mttfibtf frgthc SockU'Natiotialc Gcmrale a Agriculture 'W 'France. 1 - a: Ti&lfirst (and indispensable wants' of man are food and ffii'ngwJGomparfc(Hnth theSG all otherreqiiirein6rits all other lifoftsand luxuries sink into -r insignificance. Agriculture. tlfote&ltivation of the earth supplies these primary lndispcna- iftlo'' wants of human existence the cereal grains ; the' esculent" yuj wie uuuiuiy uiuuuj umunuiuiBU imu invigorate UlC upay a'cottoiiythe flax and the wool that clotho protect and adorn jtlio'.'jporson. And I beg here to state that in the few remarks JJjialSddress' yoiiVI shall uso 'the word agriculture in its larglahd trtt6cnseombracing'not merely the plowing of the cartnqti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 July 1853

f S' 4 1 tu- j lSiMBiltaiM i-mm Mini mMI 1m.." "' " .jsxas state "Gmm -'y- " r-ci- o- - - --.. r ..-. .i i ' t V "' "?" IT -b? 'I T not hope that our'asBOcintioii ultimately will-accomplish. for4 Texajlwhttt has been done in some other parts of the woild tlmtfjMfiu-inersof our Stato mayndd tho dignity of science to the etmtidnt respectability ofpractical agricultuio. . JUCuch yill be expected from this society ; wo have put. our Jhands to tho plow wo may nqt look back; wo are sure we are Kfight let us go aliead. aJpW THE SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS not apply if Johnson vhad abaudoned the contract in IiIb life- time! ' '"' " y ' i ' V - . There 'was a verdict To.thcplaintiffs and a motion for ri now trial which tho Court ove'rrhicd'rmd gavo'judgment for the plaintiffs an- nulling and setting asido tho order of tho Probate Oourt. Tho de fendants appealed. " 'J v $ & v v ' Tho errors assigned'are thcTinstructionsof the Court ond'thc refiiBa AT TYLER-SPUING TERM 1853. TODD & WORTH AM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 July 1853

.Jt rjv.i !& tt!JJiJ&P IMIIlWIWill t - en .js-SjH JIM t :EXiS.jSTATE2ETIE. W Jf m & yntis&t&i .voltes fSEaTiWm flWKisIa fpcrWitTWrTdaiao'io)citfiinJaijynvcjinnuiitat( aidtwiioMiiii wwmmMw TVStth tuna i tatet flfitatutcffSnposetl to tha.spifinwaunknowiv to ur early tioif and comparntivelv of'moUcnuiito it is my illtty toj'brut toyotir(;flju'cJrtJ ntieution. I do so -but wi:)i pni-at tlic fact of itn yiso oguauon iiiiiuo irec oiaics 'iiuvm cnuou us enactment in this connc:'i6nI would (ramiiu! vou'of Ilio statute acrunsit idle .vnii- fdlxlngAwfiimen iu.ourMlndst without Visible cnllUjg"orfiotiesi jfecana-of support or nnVoncftb-yoncli for "their- character.1? s r!KitoLJL ""' -:-" - nnosTOCK-SHAISCRSl-For Srtlo from 30 to itiO Kit i tUiistaaiKi JL 'ItltireN whlsh Jwto been specially selected for JJroo! Mares i ami fa point of slue and1 mpugir. Uf riuu. C scerr 07 inose M WELLS) nit NAM'. A "SWEET HOME"" IN AUSTIN CITY Consisting of r Ci AN tTCAKCOif'li'OTEr.. MltS. V...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 July 1853

I - !' JfrPIflNOKA AND LA.VAOA CARDS. HA7tIIIi:itS IJTTBII A: CO.' 7AWIUWJI 'TXX'AS-XftnUtnU Dtnlcrt'tn Itfy GoddCClotllitltf. llaH. ITloriU im.l K1iim. TIiWIlni.W1imrlhi-v. lli-i--rW Illlil U'rtCl'lllrO- ;duec. LIral advance -made onwtton or otherlnroduoc dh.retU to our friends In Philadelphia TMejr York Ail J New Orleans -. ' -VM8P "fcTjXWK'l'E S. A (.((iMd'onwinWitirJrrolVmrtjIudlatiola Texas. W' -y ' U.. y Tlrf3?S. SWI-jIUHtSON A: CO.-Wholesale I)eilcfsiln3VotlticaroccrIei8tnptoOo(rtli jJtJL ftcfcc ert tta Government XOtarf INDTApOLA TEXAS opened 1st Fcptcmbcr lts.2. tjvv.ivMi hiiich aim ower proocce oi lira country nougnt at ino mgnesi ensn pricei - gances made mi shlrincnts of name lo our friends In N Orleans X. York orJkwton. : UOItlMK. AVU.VoinmMim. 7nrf VrwnMni7vJtRirci( tndtanola 'jttfl. He 'ferciicei : J. IL Drawer Jfc Co.. Nr YnrTiS Thmnu J. SfosfL Oft. and K. J. Hart A Co.. .NCW rieansj Francis Moterrdh Austin. ''1 a XT. 7 - " TZ . . . r-......i ASOIV CIIAKLUS JltCfXiit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 July 1853

JWlilktokm iii am i tftmn i) iMJJlJirtlftnii nr-i n im i tonus.. w .. mi i . y. ji .'lgL1JAXXU Mr:0"?: M IH. I .& 'School JBooktrulbniic Million. "' -mmw -r m . . A i. ..... . EfkxlIScrics best Oicapcst Scliael Books1 over ruldislicd. wrrtfe SnW df School Books was projected by that well knowi hirffSXSS Guflby's Lcleetio f rimer. Tor Iittlo children: nlcGuffey's hclcqlic Spelling :ffor Primary and common schools . i f for i sGuffev's Eclecticii'First 'Reader : lessons in flnellinc and readinrlor the' I IJ . V -r . fTTHE AWieiit Striti rjf School Books wns proi Hfrienlirid adontd ofpopvtmr hducation Professor William II. McGuJfem fthojpWciiy o1rirn'B Whose" lifeJiaSiheeti spent in tho.W6st and Southjt ivhcrenltilnntivc labors as a iudi'lious instructor hnvosnincdTilm the nnnrobii-ir tioi'of nlUloyers of sound practical and progressive Education. The Rending' upoics ucnrwg nis name nave ween provouuy ucumi inai.nnu are now.m stciisWclyiised ttfnn others arid are dally receiving th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 July 1853

OTL. If. AUSTIN TEIAS SATURDAY JULY 16 1853. 50. 4i ) d THE TEXAS STATE GA'WJ-J-Ji. I'iiMInIiuU weekly by JOSEPH AV. HAitll'TON Sliito Printer. TKi:jrs:TittM. dollars one month frnln the time of sub Advertieing. .dvcrtlscmetit -.3 per volume of fifty-two numbers' tr paid In advance or within mlscrlblng or Komi DouK not thus paid In advance. -m o irr........'i t nm Ilnll.ir Her snuare of sl lines or less. this si tyinj for the- first in-crtlon nnd fifty cents for ach continuance One half tlicao charg- .i will bo made to those who advertise by tho year with thu pilvllege of changing quarterly. c Ilindncsi Cards of not more than one srmtte will be Inserted for ten. daUanmr milium. ' fc AnnoutioemcnH of Unndidatcj for Olllce nnu an pmiuii. i.eisui.ui .i.iu v..?..... v......u.v.- HUt.HES ltOUKItX CooSKLi-on and Attornkt-at-Law Galveston. Texas. VIII hereafter attend to business Intrusted to him In the Supreme Court of the Stale at Austin Galveston and Tyler and the District Courts of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 July 1853

immmmmimfmmmmttmmmmKmi 2lMJHMiHJjwMUJMBWBUtfUH 'CUT ""Hi' oilH'iBBiSHiilliliilllllllllHilllllllllllijSlllllli wvwk Upw l.lM- 111' 1 i w a . ' $ 1 It If J I ' flllL.- . 11 V. H ' . TTii - -. ... .. ..... fflE-'&AME. mim Sii IPW t J. W. HAHlI'TTOrr Editor. 'Si ? tt Am OITYFF AUSTIK JtTtY 10 1853. ". ' CS"" We ard'aiitborlted by itie Chalrma'i of Ihe) Wile Cctilrat Corresponding committee to .announcc.tlie Hon. Willlum M. lchllf rcc of .Nacogdoches as the whig' candidate for Oovernof of Texan at the tnifling August election; - We rfr authorized by tho Chairman of the Whig Central Correspendlne committee to announce iho.IIott. JaitlCN E..H'rbJ of Austin county tho whig candidate for the.offico of tUutenanl.aovctnor of TerftaTal the ensuing August election. J3ifa We Wmiihorlscdnn'rtn.uesfed '" announce Col. M T. JOIirVJiOIY a candi- date for Governor at tho ensuing August election. We arc authorized to announce Gen. GEOUGE X. "WOOD of Folk county a candidate far Qoycrnw at the ensuin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 July 1853

-L matflMWm'WaBMMW P H MAS' STATE ftMETE. i HMMWPjj fun iii ipuMiii mumii mujnmtmumnmmmmtmmmammnitmln iinSgf ii ' i ' " Mil To the Voters of faycttc Bastrop and Travis Counties. 'FtLnow-CimiiNH : I'nnfacandidato to represent you in tlio next legislature I avail" myself of this mode of addressing you" that my' views may be fully known and properly under stood; I'do not desire that any man should vote for mo in consequence of a misconception of my views of puplic policy and J .should rcgr.et that any should vote against mo for such reason. k " n-t ' "A bright future is open to Texas if wisdom shall guide her councils and prudence execute her decrees. Her extensive territory fertile soil and gonial climate her cnterprizing and intolligdnt population and individual wealth with the means to pay oil' her revolutionary debt leaving a surplus of three mil- lions of dollar? in connection with her vast and invaluable pub- lic domain place her in a moat enviable position far in ad- vance of an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 July 1853

k Mi niniii wasa uuuiui M WSSSim mi .iiiiTliiiiiiiiiiMWMMaii)iif'iiU'l'Wi'''""''"'l"'''iiiiii' . y ih imgJMYFrf:. ' .-'"" .. ....- - .. . a 'fflfflPO dHmSf " ' rcwvit v.' . ..' wiwrw- ; $ KHr4eSphisvoKtleH.;Fj vs v ' . .r.i'i".j2iS'. '. i-..-. . :-.-vi-.i.. i1.mSV;o1;mo' letvA'nonn'nou m in in inu . nninrni nir 'ii ui cid iiiu'iauvii'UiiiAL' HJ&Nnfev.'l:U)iA. .-..' ..v.'..t-ijsiA!MI(lB.'- Hiron ot tno.oouiucnruommercini convention which jcuuhuyuo' BOhTbied nt Memphis TeniiC8sce.rburourV6!utnrisrhavti toietruOTarc Btjll spfcrowded as to forbid our doing so. We append below how- turWtho rcsojutiohs 'finally' adopted by the Convention and also the mi$ of Gen. MHuntof Texas delivered on resolutions sub- frWWlT . " . '' .'r -.r.-! --I-...!.- .i. tj: !i .1 . jtCUiUy. JUUgO iVXOOro Oi djuuisiuiiu ruiuuvc iu uiu jtuuiuu minium; V a . ICESOjLUTIONS. fiiEREA5Tbo4nvcstigation of tho laws which regulate tho. rises and falls of jthA.MUxiHuinn! rivor and its tributaries and tho adoption of so...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 July 1853

ki J k Office of Galveston & RnpJliVER It. R. Co. ) Houston July 5 1853. J . Edkorzofithc State Gazette: ( IilHtitters recoived from Springfield of the 23d we ore informed that one Ofthe'candidates who aspires to the responsible office of Govern- or.of Eastern Texas or what amounts to thcstimc (for if the Jefrursaii Herald quotes correctly this candidate Mr. L D. Evans says the JEasYis " distinct and separate " from the West) the principal theme of his speech was the railroad system of Texas ; and Unit system comprised the great Pacific road and its branches and also the Ope- lousas roadcxtending from u point opposite New Orleans thence to Logan's Ferry1-and to Austin. He suited that the Galveston and lied ltiver Railroad would never be made ; " it would not pay ;" thut Northern capitalists had sixty millions ready to invest in Texas rail- loads and that their agents were now exploring the State' in every di- rection to ascertain the most profitable lines for investment; that th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 July 1853

w-p Hk.'r. liiiiiiiimi i iiimii wi lit njiMiii mi.au umiiiniMiii in iiimiminuiim a i iMUMinwuiiininiiiiim ni wmm witmanwMi mill tmmmmni -WlTO i - MiMMl MlMN IMBBMMMfcMMn mml III ! Ill " ii.i.- --MrM T JULY?il GAZEHBE. t k .- W " ' 'AS STATE 1" K fS " s. V mnii-rti iiiiu ilia nnuuiunimvai iul iiiiii visit 'urn sjruuuiuir juimju; GWcSStt th1s":placb;:wliblx ia under tha'sp&rintndaKffn OftDLS. Crosby; tuerp also houwili have an. opportunity? ot' witifcBsinffIlcavon's first law carried to perfection. JB. tf ' . Ha EvJff. Pease - ; TpovorylTcxan tiicMiarno of E'.!Mr Peace is'nuggestiyo of all tUutfis franlCopori hearten and magnanimous. His name totqm is "h'tiiaiiBbfialdwbrd. In the. dark libnr of the lona 6tar. neni ess" niid unbiiowlilio landed on our coil to contribute all ho had to the itccom- pltsitnieiil'of her independence his energies his talents and if need hiSffiilbodi 'He came hi the time that "tried men's souls" at time when none but men werp needed or did come. With ubil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 July 1853

v..iwar:..W-!M-----raiyw-.A-T jl : iu' ti flll-li f.wMW .wlliiBMWtfIW'WilW'ia.ilpfl umuima OMMBHHMmBaannnaMm ss IVwl i 4. 1 y in ? v MS STATE G-AZEIEE. mi "rSi iJV .. -vj fB Iw INDIANOLA AND XAVlOA OltlDS. ' ' ' - ' - - 4111 AM.mHS RTTKtt Ac CU. INMAXpLA ritX.JHVholtiate Dialers In Bry sy uooiid gkntrtnR ii ivaott ami unoes Hardware crockery urocenes ami western ito 'Liberal -advances i&Me on cotton or other produce shipped to our me mis Ih. Phllaaeipma rtuct' Hew York and "New Vulcan 8-18- W HBT3S 8. A. KoxMngandfbruarding terxvinf Indlanola Texas. 81" HR. FUMtl.llSON i- CO. Wholesale Dealer. In Produce Groceries Staple uown icAa-ul ViH&otirnmtnt Wharf IXMAXOLA TEXA8okmA lt September JSoJ. i c.A4-ut VuiVotirament Wharf IXOfAXOLA TE.YA8oKntl cotton iikion and other prodece or mc country bought at me nigiicsi own prices .. varices mata on shipments of tme to our friends In N. Orleans N York or Boston. HjIKOMNIK AVG.OommiUn and Vorwardino Merchant Tiidianola Tetas. Itc- .fi; ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 16 July 1853

' il sl" JDET m JaMlli "J--IMmliill..i-.riT i ' "-"'' nin ifTiftiiTi MirniiilirTnHYfriiiii h wmm - h . t v immm. - wEiJBBlH s ' .ir.. ScholISoto lor 1lic Million. $ lEdfictfirSorlcs kcstife Cheapest SchesUJoeks ever itaMishe.' ftTIHE JEfcic Strfti of School Bookwn projected by tlthl wtflXlinowfl -"nna:ana aiivocute 01 popular icuucntiort rrojessor wxuuxm ji.wcijuffcij tbo Uiixvhsity ofWirginia Whoso lifcJrasjbeen srftnt in tho.Weat ntuls6utfiW wnerouisnonve moors as a jmiicious instructor navugaincu mm mo nppjroun- ti5ptof alnovers of sound practical apdrptogreuivc Educntioji. TJic KcadinffS! (llooU3.bea?hig his jiatno havo.buon provedJby ocjiial trial and arc novjjrm Ejftensivoly usoil than cHhoriand are daily receiving the adoption ainTnpprev ofthovmost intelligent and discriintnatinfr teachers of tho land. rfyw 'lHjPrpftsor JPinnto author of the (J r tinier 9 for ten yenrs a Professor in ighiStlotte Hall Institute Maryland has furnished in tho Gramars b'caring1 his iTiartfeVhfit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 July 1853

H&MBlBitiHftfliiiiifl&iflflMBflHMHflBiHBl liTiii Vitfc -l"""WarjBrf?t:ilA "sssaiaFyrM jMsssmffTnr JrY j.--- wuk - wr' s- MPP Hi fSOMSiJlZjJJ'lvJ.3' Wi; AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JULI 23 1853. ;no. V -x VOil - II H ' Tl-IE TEXAS STATB GATTE. Published weekly by JOSKHI'Sr. IIAMl'T.ON Slute jVilnlcr. TERMS: Timr.E Dollars icr volume of Afty-two numbers If paid In advance or within mm month from the time of subscribing or Totin DolMrs If not thus paid In advance. Adre) thing. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square of p K lines or less tills size typo for the first Insertion utid dfty cents for each continuance. One half thec charg- es will be made to those who advertise by thu year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of not more than one (.quarc will be Inserted for Untlollitrxir uiiiium. Announcements of Candidates for Onico and all political personal and business communica- tions promotive of ludiflduul Interests will be charged as Advertl-cm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 July 1853

tT ' vr "S(fi . mwm. mirfiwui iiiiii 4n daft rtiiWMlgltoi .jm iirrtift. .. '... ... V . - - - :; -rrtySSX Kin " '"!!!!!!! I" I :U '' v& K au-atdn mmmmssm f 7- .i i r ; n i " f - .-' ' V' - ir. ..i .q Tif !...jf(jj . i. l ;affli Bf ii -! . ! f phi- li i .I ... at .j l. iMii.llifi. yr i.ii. i j-jg - .ii.ii i... ggT Thalipi;! paragj-apVipublishccl by us lost wcokj caution- ing the 'ptoplo on thc'liio .Grrinile toj.tcbn their gunrd against the ErinKaMUBllUI(UerCrH.WUIIl l'n!i!lJf)toA ' O W.......VU.J ifi'Tso WfcST JVc aro ftuttiorUed.liy tli? Chairman of 'the Whiff CcntrriliUoYreroutlng.cmnilttcc innoiincH.lhu IIon.VUl lain-Iff Oclilltrt:c of .Nacogdoches as the whiff cntidldntc GSyc'rnor.ot 'ifcxa at the ensuing August election. lo for .. Jniuhdflzca Iff ihaChiilrjnftao( tbcSHiJ? Cntrnl CorrepondlngcommlUcc to jar.nmin!vno iicm. .itiiiu-N k. jiiru))OI uiin c counlv. the wlilc candidate for the ollli-n t Of JWctttCulJlt.Obvci'nnr nfi-TaXim iit tlin cniiultt AflffUJt election. ' p&am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 July 1853

1 t imiiM iimii ii m UPJ (' Jw ' T r-tiTnprqw-AJV Q? ? r u. i i JS-ivu..t ts; muii..L.i hi 111 i i -..-.. . ... . . . .ct ii. ii . " -- - nn in Minim uiiiii-iiiiih ii inn'mi kO8nvaSourpuitioSili(li6ticingthcfi0cliolJudL.D. 1 rEI)cMmgtor. c6trcijipndfil.bjti6 Ballunore Sun writing -to vpiucoraiHi -hitiplo ;itticc. AVontortfunutnfor hilii nununtriond- d" The nows frotnthO'Eti6tby tholastunnil isovenvhelnV ingly oncouraffinpf for 'Pense. Tho withdrawal of Col. John- son and hisffiftrcl inthe Nacogdoches Chronicle two having a powerful Gjgg'iiponftho pufilic mind concentrating the dem- ocratic votjcfWith singular unanimity -uponPMr. Pease. Thai such wiiTbethb tendency overylfero in the State where the publications of oirTolinsbn can reach the voters thqro ' can be no qtignj It is the inevitable result of such a "state ol things. jJg. Pease and his 'friends have pursued aiopcn. lib oral bold but conciliatory course towards all the democratic candidates Mr. P. has beeit all alonic admitte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 July 1853

-tr B it it'-iti IT MW!'SSMlZ2MZiiSiililiiii 11 CJMJ'JC mi i i iiii . i IMillj .rM'$TlTmZEHE. JUlfT'23 Mifc"'-i...... -.. mlSfrr-TrssxffTtftr jt-f i'- t .-V-i't- - - Ji - -V'. yaai i ( wrriHnriWtte'fitt i:ou rifrrfrjfrjniiKsnivflMMff 9fiPpll(WB t titty i t ! v i f j $; i . j$A$gj - jjfijBytKoJnSfciiimilA'om thoJiast wo received from Henderson tlw"Jdlinon'onoof tlto dbiflocmtic candidates for Governor whicl nmmi .''irj v. . . . jnioapexoro ino puoiic a mo earnest moment ppasi 3S5SKiw 'U ' - - dekson 'July G 1853. pSfiDOR :?!Perjniil me through the columns of the " Flngj ijtunounceitho.frtct tWlhavo tliia day withdrawn my nnint' v frojttl'eubernatorin "canvass 'l entered the field at a vcr lateday4t is tmo and soon after announcing my name I Jtarnet Irsoveraluof my democratic friends had also become candi iatos'thaVXhad not previously expected to meet as competitor? jpflhfictfioldi; and notwithstanding all this I fool confident tha yJield' tafolfe hour of my declining a position in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 July 1853

: Jf .11853 if. MUB STATE -GAZEItE. w P 85 0 the people Mr. Pease withdrew his name.' And nt this time it will alqobo remembered (lint the name of Mr. Pease was brought forth by his.tfriend before the names of either Col. Johnson or Gen. "Wood ; ah'd Col. Johnson having run the hist race hud having been badly de- feated Gen. Wood having been once Governor and afterwards repu- diated by the people; and now when" the democrats are divided uud Judge Ochiltree a strong whig running the party should unite upon JVIr. Pea6e a man who never made a division in the ratiks of his party and has never been tieateu for any office for which ho was a candidate. Those who know and have associated with him will vote for him ; and from the best information wo can Ret here his prospects are the best for success. . DEMOCRAT. tho Canadian for one hundred miles occasionally crossing smnllj afllueuts which furnish the traveler with water. Tho arable soil PACIFIC RAILUOADf Interesting and Important Letter f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 July 1853

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Publication Title: Texas State Gazette
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 23 July 1853

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