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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 9 December 1864
Clure Porker, 1,1st in Texas It (•' Hit VOL. 11.] mil GONZALES, TEXAS. FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 1864. 1 ' . •' V £No. 4^. ;' i i« Ul,' ¡ -:hi> ¡" yii!) ''inl. luiH 0 I -Ui WAR NEWS. By Tuesday's Maü. Ths Houston Telegraph of Monday bringfc ua dates from New York and Washington 10 Ibé 24th'ult. All I be dispatches are Ukenjibe Unioo. from Yankee paper , and must be received Be cordingly. Tbe reported movement of Sber ménybowever, is 10 doubt.correct, and is ao unfavorable feature in tbe news. We con^fl dense as follows: ' The Dotcb Gap canil is about to be oponed. t Yankee pipers Bay tbtore has been a secret conclave in Macon df tbe leading men in'Geor- gia, including; Gov41Brown and Vice President 'Stephens, the,object of which Is to' take Geor« gi , North parolina and Alabama back into DEFEN0E9 OF RlGHMÓfíD, Sherman's army left Atlanta Nov.' 9th. taking tbe Macon roed, It will pasB through Mil ledgeville and make an effort to release Uoion prisoners. Another column left for August®. Two ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 9 December 1864
Us^«a ,jar G«U>. 10ih trSc.y.- <"«04 Oib liC tty^ month, pni Friday, in«ite«d oí 16th|of November, as the day lo be ^peqiafy or It eomi p. Smith has sal «part i ).to prayer to .our ¡fly Father for p'eace and independence, lis or w« take pletBM/e..IngalUM the UeD-Hc,0iPJPe"d^.!)y.tfa?.P'e?ilen.t-. We trusjjie tioii óf Stóck R'isera to MeesrsTLong & Jack- day .*W be duly observed by our citizen - •oi&advertlsement in another column. The The Mowing ja.Geo. Spilth's (.locU^Mig,; BuM Book", Which they propose publishing, "The PresldehtVproblamation; owing to i if' fall, to baDrodttCHMOfjUMtgOOd |0 !!WJK!^tóS8ff???5,.c#«l.0P .w'-,b li. tbe j3Ípck«rfis)ng interestTepas. ¡ ,'f be, plan Jl G^ernip,.,!, w,f n(ot. ^ceiyed VntJl tool** Jj t , lor (be general observaren of the day a appoi _ ¡<jy' 'JA' i .ig 1 , '"<!• -MO Opwajajiding General .therefore <i . Lim «I. iw, b.,«. .p ,0'Wf f' lyJ'flW P. ^ ® , u'n ^ 'Ü '0r ^e objects specified1; that on that day |ill 2--- worksho...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 28 July 1877
¿hU fit r r, \ "W \. '0EM, MH c %im*^ ii ; l'W ... \''-Á$Í .1 ;; ' :¿ h « ' v-; ■ - , ¡sa e :*—**v* -v..„ - v • • • * • .1**4*+-■«* "MWig ¿ r .' :T í ,. l' •* *«*\ f tV % **■**$ *W vi A m? ÍIh 111 « * t i* "p f,Á £ £* |$ r,-• • '. , ■■ u- *"< 1 "V .• ■■'.ii . ■ ii ■ >—*■ Established J^ne 18 §3. GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 28,1877. Vol. XXV- rii THE RAILROAD TROUBLE* Continuation and Aggravation of the Great Conspiracy * Washington, July 22.-Tbe Cab- Set prolonged its consultatilfo at tLe tate Department. All present ex- cept Schurz. Adjutant General Town send was called in. The subject under discussion was tbe feasibility of the Federal Government taking entire charge of tbe present railroad troables as interrupting the mails and interrupting trafile. The govern mew. has ordered troops froiiys Colunibris' tp Pittsburg, aud, rrowvSt, Louis to Indianapolis f&E' protection ¿úf arsenals. An extra.or- dinary confusion exists. Tiiieves, strikers, State militia ftlid gonern- ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 28 July 1877
-. i X ► Subscription, $2 60 in Advanoe | -8. W. 8311X11. LEEOY BEACH. SMITH & BEACH, ¡Proprietors. B W. SMITH. Editor. GONZALES, TEXAS, Saturday July 28, 1877. THEY AÍ&E PASSING AWAY. It in with.feeling of «oleran regret -that wo sec tlie'old Toxaus dropping one by one fioin their accustomed placea in our midst. Scarcely has the grave closed over the rotnuins of the lamented Capt. A. II. Jones, ere we are called upon to record the demise of auother ot'the fnw remaining vetee ana who did such valiant service in the cause of liberty and independence. That old and valued citizen of Gon zules, and one of the loading spirit* in the T«-xas Revolution Col. Amasa Turner, died in this town lit the'resi- dence of Ids son-in-law, James F. Miller, Esq , on Saturday morning, 21st inst., in the 77th year of his age Among the brave "old guard" who immortalized themselves iu th« fierce struggle for Texan Imlopendenca, there were very few who did more for the cause of liberty, whilst in his...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 28 July 1877
*. ;•! y, A". w«w ■ !ü&* l«n*tim< Local. ir § ü ■ *■ The Board of Equalization has been iu bcssou all tlio -week m&kiii p snch changes in the tax assessments an were deemed necessary. From the heavy pressure upon our columna we are necessarily compelled. to defer nntil next week the publica- tion of several important articles, among which is is that of "Observer" from Waelder, and a sketch of our re- cent trip to San Antonio. In the land-grab case, in which Judge Ireland is represented as act- ing a very dishonorable part, no one who is acquainted with th.?Judge will for a moment credit any such charges. Judge Ireland has published a card iu the San Antonio Herald explain- ing his transactions in the so-called land^grab case,which we shall repub- lish in justice to that gentleman as soon as we can obtain a copy. The pieat strike has extended to nearly akfif the Northern arid Wes- r 11 « I f • ■ I ■ I ■ Vv i'S< I L- I: S-- I tern citicá, attended with slight con- flicts...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 28 July 1877
V .1 t—' Home and Farm. Pott.* i Plan tine. h ft 1K; r.'fc. A number of jearsi ngo a German cultivator caused «orne sensation by stating thaf tlio productive power of tlie potato could be mat velouelv Increased bv a «ystom oí culture which be bad discovered. II ia plan Ó weremetnÁf rightly, waa to plant wttffcfetft oi£?the largest size, and i greatest nmn&er of 03>iantéd them 60mc 6 in \vith the eye* downs practicable, and allow od each plant 12 square If. or 16 eqoaro ft', of ppaoe to itself; or. in otber words, lio pláocd the sets 4 it. apart each Way)- . Hrictog tlió eyes down- ward caused the «hoot ) to make a Ofttouv, tf 4t were, and ,to eprend out Orrthé surface of Hie ground; advantage was taken of this to make the Bhoots extend r.s much as possi- ble on all crides, moulding up being accomplished by placing a hillock or earth in the centre ot the plant and qyer the base ot each stem tor some considerable distance, preusing them all downwards and outward at the tame tim...