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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 16 July 1853

O €> ci A O -S L f* "I i - I I * HÍ :3 i T Mrs. Stove in Cork. Skull &nd Skibbereen, Blarney laue and Blackpool have invited the female Barnum, the princess of humbugs, to " that beautiful city called Cork," to an abolition ovation. Uncle Tom's Cabin 1 Father Pat's Hut 1 Uncle Tom well fed, well clothed, well housed, well doctored, and, in many instances, well educated! Father Pat dying in a ditch after being thrown out of his birth spot—raging in a spot- ted fever—without a drop of water to cool his burning tongue—without food, raiment, or medicine—without sympathjr or aid—save from his penniless peers—rotting, rotting, rot- ting away out of existence! Uncle Tom decently coffined and interred! Father Pat thrown, like a piece of carrion, Into the red earth, a shriveled remnant of skin hanging about his bones, without a shroud, a coffin, a sigh, or a tear—the hungry dog howl- ing after and tearing him from the earth at night, and holding a carnival over his putrid body! Aye, i...

Publication Title: Gonzales Inquirer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 16 July 1853

mmrnmm , i i,. • ' ¥--h m 9 I:'-. .Mr hi—>■■!«i—mn> mw i hi fiir "-rrrTi-T*"" ■# - at E' B8K i COMMERCIAL. NEW ORLEANS, July 1, 1863. COTTON... .The demand boa been activo for the ceawn, and having been freely met by holders the sale* up to this morning embrace 18*600 boles. To-day the demand was again fair, but owing to the Email stock of suitable qualities in the market the sales did not excoed 2000 boles, making a total lor the week of 16,600 bales. The purchase liavo been chiefly for Great Britain and Mexico. The advices by the Baltic and Africa, the steamers of the 16th and lftth ult, are favorable, as there ap- i to be little danger of tho peace of Europe disturbed, but the Manchester spinners do not appear likely to go beyond 0d for Middlin¡ The receipts here; from 1st ofHeptember are 1,660,074 bales, against 1,407,288 to same date last year, and at all the United States ports there is Sta increase of 908,010 bales, as compared with last year. The stock on hand to-night...

Publication Title: Gonzales Inquirer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 23 July 1853

w i®l © SMITH & DAR9T-. • 'Proprietors. VOLUME 1. "open To all parties—controlled by none.' GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 23,1853. rt)i a mit ¿«ti ti J ijtosííi { •kr*> ,^rhaittn>Ai <tt áM Üi ¡ .!}'&*'< f S¡fi ' ' v. u;' MÍ f a ¡ Vff ., TERMS-• • ..r'H- '> ; -net« *>ifa< lili HR?Ti t-JKIi' M-k d Hi © t- THE GONZALES INQUIRER is published every saturday by SMITH & DABST, At $8 00 per Annum, -payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten linos or loss) first insertion. .$1 00 For each subsequent insertion 60 A liberal deduction will bo made from the above rates, to those who advertise by the year. All political ádilresses will be charged as regular -advertisements. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions will be published till forbid and charged accordingly. All letters of a business character mutt be pott paid, to insure attention. Every communication for. nubli accompanied by tlió writer's proper name. No communication...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 23 July 1853

I - 9m ®fit ttotifalefif inquirer. m I if I, f- ;■ §•: r fc wm t %* <* f - f. V-. -t" {£,' r Hi,'' I ■ fU; I M * « ■ " OPEN TO ALL l'AUTIKH—CO.NTItOLf.KU «V NÜNK." X wTS MTT I^"líTl TOK." OmALE^ TEÍAS Saturday,... July33,1853. POIl CONGRESS. ®TWe are authorized to announce Col. THOM- AS W. BLAKE), of Leon County, us a candidate for Congress, tt> represent the Western Congression- al District, ut the ensuing August election. fry Wo are authorized to announce Maj. WM. II. SCUltftY as a ctmdidate for Congress, for the Western Congressional District, at the ensuing Au- gust election. ty We ore authorized'to announce Capt. G. K. LEWIS as acandidate for Congress for the Wes- tern Congressional District, at the ensuing August eloction. FOR GOVEItXOR. ta?" Wo are authorized to announce Col. J. W. DANCY, of Fayette County, as a candidate for Governor, at the next August election. |y We are authorized to announce Hon. E. if. PEASE, of Brazoria, jw u candidate for Covernor, at the August...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 23 July 1853

-H' irry on Ins tiio liarac- voto' I place' This jiould, feoner- know | more ad- I early Ipoint ft self, of a Jiren |nt to vltli- btior- IshaH in vhat I God 1 and pvail No than Icili-- popo vill- ptly pnat . bo fig" i to- brs, I the uve * MarffffB •ÉB9 grounds of complaint, oven from tho conserva- tivo of both parties, and has really contrastad our institutions unfavorably, in this respect, with several European powers. On every land and soa where floats the star spangled banner, the exclamation, "laman American citizen, should at onto command security and rcsjpect. I have thus, fellow-qitizenái adverted briefly, and without ornament or aruginent, to several topics of general interest, on some of which most probably yoür representative in tho next Congress will bo called to act. It will bo manifest to you then, from the ground I as- sume, that I am acting, as I have heretofore declared, with the democratic party. I am glad that it is so. Tho principles of dcmocray, if fairly carried...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 23 July 1853

!$ AGRICULTURAL. Guat Tikld or Cohn.—We clip the follow- ing from the Alftb&mi&n, which we commend to our readers, and call upon them to make the experiment: Jlr. Geo. Walker, of Susquehanna county, Pa., produced, the laat year, one hundred and aixty bushels of corn per acre. The following is his statement: I plowed fire acres of green sward, lor corn, the beginning of May, and hauled one hun- dred loads of manure on the same. _ After the manure was spread on the ground it waa well harrowed, and planted the last of May, in rows three and a half feet apart, running north and ~ roe feet apart in the rows running t; from three to five grains in the hill. Twi P'bushels of Hinc, mixed with three bushels of plaster, was applied to said five acres very soon after it came up. A plow did not enter the field after the corn was planted. The ground was kept loose and mellow and the grass and weeds subdued by the uso of the cultivator, making but little use of the hand hoe. A specimen of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 30 July 1853

o o o v a ■ x 0 WKI ' ' .-1! 3t= ^ '' 'f ' J M*ñ4w*j¡0& = == 8XHH & DAEST* .. Proprietors. "ora TO ALL fARTHS—«fcKTROLLED bt NOSR. VOLUME 1. GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 30,1858. Q THE GONZALES INQUIRÉH IS pub1.ISJIBD ÜVBnr SATURDAY BT SMITH 4c DARST, At $S 00 por Annum, payable in Advance, TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines or leas) first insertion. .$1 00 tor cacb subsequent insertion .60 A liberal deduction will be nutde from the above hi tea: to those who advertise by the year. All political addresses .will be charged as regular idvertisements. * , Advertisements not marked with the number oT insertions will be published till forbid and charged accordingly. , All letters of a business character must be pott paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication mast be accompanied by the writer's proper name. No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character will be published on any term*. For announcing candidates' names for any office . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 30 July 1853

im _:-vi ©fir &on?ale0 ' opsm to all i*ahtikh—COST * v> & I IT I 1 c mm. . /N/VVW S. W. SMI'CJI, flONZAUQ ■oki. i tor IX AS: Saturday, July 30,185J1. :«~W IUNCY, FOR OOXURIttW. tarwe arc authorized to unnuuiico Col. TIIOM- AH W. WAKE, crt Leon. Countv, as a ctuididutc for Congress, to represent the Westorii umgrcittóu- «I District, at the ensuing August election. Wo tiro authorized to atinounco Muj. \VM. It. SCl'MKV ni a candidate for Congress, for tko Wtsturn OngfosJonitl District, at tho ensuing Au- gust I'leclion. tat" 11'a «iiilwkM'/Mil í'aiit ,,fi V v in " miiiiifiiwi iTuiinwiiiiw ™ 'njji'i i\« LEWIS OA H candidato for Congres* for tko Wen- torn Congroiwiotiul District, at, the eusuing August election. 1 FOR GOVERNOR. ' Wc tire authorized to announce Co 1-J., W. of Fayette County, a* a candidate for (JoTt'nior, at Uto next August election. We tire authorized to announce Jlon. E. M. PEASE, of Bruzuria, tut a candidato for Coventor, at the August election. FOR SENATOR....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 30 July 1853

\\ o ■&Í [6 J- • 9 M m W_¿*« }¡ ■ ;2l¿. ■•* ■ y i:vT;';S,é- '' <■"■■*■■,* OBITUAB1V Died, 011 tho 25th mat, at the resldonce of her Cither, near this place, Miss MARY E. BLAIX, ugeJ 21 yéargj eldest daughter of A.-C. Blgin and Tho deceased waa.b.orn in thegtoto of M| pi, whore, at the age of fifteen yearn, "w~ public profession of religion a id al to the Methodist Episcopal Church, of six years, she was an active and efficient member. Her attainments in literature were of a high order. For eight sessions she attended the female semina- ry in Sharon, Miss., and at the end Of each week received a credit ticket, on which were written^— "Assiduity and good behavior." Her piety was of the apostolic character—Mary loved her Saviour. Tho Bible she made bor constant study. Its glori- ous truths were deeply impressed on ner youthful heart—formed her character and regulated her conduct. She lived to do good, and, had oppor- tunity presented, gladly would she have left home and friends ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 30 July 1853

Kxnaem wtKms COMMERCIAL. & fW if sfii V 3 • i il y % || if i i, $ K ¡3Í "Éi i ;¿b ,'fll ' III; I ap KSt^cg i I ■ J • m ■ftr I s [1-;, mm 1 v. A ' R&: AGRICULTURAL. Wbbyijl i Cons — Tukik I'kkvkktiu.v— j NEW ORLEANS^ Jilt 15, 185*. Boom three months ago we- called upou the ferment of the country • the result of their , COTTON—W« itfated in our but weekly re- aSpericuce in preventing the ravagtt of the vie* that the market cloned with steadiness at our weevil in corn, an insect that deatroy* vast previous quotations. There «ra* no material change < amounts of our annual corn crop after it ha iu price , subsequently, until Tuesday, when the reef i|it of the Hal tic' letter* brought out buyers I CoL Hodges of Goliad county, through-the increased spirit, and enabled fsctots to niliie San Antojo Ledger, gave tha opinion that the ¡> f P*? ** *" descriptions in request esub- best plan wan toKave the corn ou the ntalk Uil «j nu '"H^e.nc,,. lu good ordinary <u;d low ; roW wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 6 August 1853

ygp? -íüMíK fjr «V.ií B"> Jí#:rrM(. « HLwxt ir: i rii'.A 'fftOí-jitmj wml ' '{#■ .■■HBÍÍ«,'«i3i* & DABST ■ • • Proprietors. open to ai& l'AMTl GONZALES, TÉXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1853. bv .none. VOLUME 1. > O THE gonzales inquiker IS rcblismbd EVERT SATURDAY BY SMITH & DARST, At $3 00 per Annum, 'payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines or less) first insertion. .$1 00 For each subsequent insertion 60 A liberal deduction will be made .from the above fates, to those who advertise by the year. •All political uddressea will be charged as regular advertisements. Advertisements not marked with tho number of insertions mil bo published till forbid aud cliurged accordingly. All letters of a business character must le pati paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication must be accompanied by the writer's proper name. No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character will fie published on any terms. For announcing candidat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 6 August 1853

«fie «Sou ja ico Similiter. I ft ¡mp • ' orar to all TLKtm—controlled bt soke." W. SMITH, Editor. "GOVZAIJBS, TEXAN: Saturday,. .Aafllt 6,1853. To CoBRiaroüDSXn.— Our correspondent "J. D.A has furnished as this week with an excellent article on hog raising in 1'exa* It «hall appear in our next " Miss Muley n was received too late for to- day's paper. Next reek it shall receive at- tention. _ costkibctjo.ns to THJi washington lloSU- MEjrr.—At the election on Monday last, a box, for the purpose of receiving contribution* to the Washington National Monument, was opened, and the sum of twenty dollars con- tributed by th« citizcns of this precinct. The funds are in the hand of a committee eom- posed if W, V. CelHn*, John law and S. W. Smithy and will be forwarded to Washington immediately. * 8ta«* Amasomenth.—We l«jm that Capt It ranch, of our town, has purchased from Mr. Allen the contract for carrying the mail be- tween Victoria, Gonzales and San Antonio, and abo the line of stages in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 6 August 1853

1 ■ p I ' ■ ■ the State oí Tesas. I * COUNTY OF GONZALES, f To the Sheriff or other legal efficer bf said County— Greeting ; "WT OU are hereby commanded to cite, by publication, F. M. Chapman to appear before me the town of August, 1858v there to answer the demand of W. S. Smith, in a plea of debt, founded on an account of hand at saidcoun- the 6th day of 1 not liven under m; 1 Gonzales \ 1858. J. PILGRIM, J. P. G. 0, I certify this is a true copy of the original wril to me issued, the 6%day of August, 1888. 10—sw B. I\ WROE, Constable 6. C. The State of XekwJ COUNTY OF GONZALES, w. . * To the Sheriff or other Ufral officer of said County— Qkketikq : *V7"OU are hereby commanded to cite, by JL publication, ¥\ M. Chapman to appear before me personally, at the court-house, in the town of Gonzales, on Saturday, the 27th day of August, 1858, at 10 o'clock A. M., then and there to answef the demand of J. Wot Ayres, in a plea of débt, founded on a note of sixty dollars, dated June 4,1853, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 6 August 1853

* Btil ' [From tho Southern OttW |tor.] Improvement* and Profits of Poultry. Mk. Editor: Allow me to call your atten- tion to the improvement of poultry and profita arising from the Maine. In order to do thin in a practical point of view, devoid of all money Kpeculative theory, I will give you Home ac- ÍMOi&li'li COMMERCIAL. Professional and Business Cards. NEW ORLEANS, July 22, 1863. ii. 8. pabkek. . . . _ _JH¡L . .B. r. FtT.^BAVlD LEWM... Indianola Directory. ,r. L HUGHS. count of qpite." In our from the Mr W. an Parker & Fly, T LEWIS HUGHES, lie market closed, at the date of Attorneys <fc Counsellors at Lay, Droniiti Apothecarie* 4 Chemists at ifl<Hc for I^w toiitnct Mid- j J GONZALES-^TEXAS. 1MP0ÍPERS, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS, June 4, 1853-1 y ^ I Notice I TO CERTAIN CREDITORS OP THE LATE RE- PUBLIC OF TEXAS. ciuc "to my purpose COTTON.—The i our but report, | dling, and 11 a ll$c for good Middling, «lace which there has been no material change, factor* adhering firm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 13 August 1853

mh 0) i O w,i .i li lo .il<TKl:<¡- HiftittVW lr*m pifl. i. I UtitLi. I ■ ■ .tptji T- ' ■ ~T"T" l í 1 I'.IT .11 .V m«ri r/Jí. 1 if", "to ,. if .>u, . mil luir, ,VJlfc ¡.[ VW 11; *'Í J< ,( (uj !,{/ l ^ ^ |. i 'fi-i f . ■ ■■■ •,/ J< • • í ' -T-, : ' 1" '1 5fF «,'• K¿ ft DAMT .. .Proprietors. VOLUME 1. . f«K.; ,^«1 t U «•garr "VK V— s-s.il-> kit. fw/4 =}■**! ":asmÍP*W m,u «¿.A, j,| T>hO!l^«H <• : Iwif f?'W*J vf.c-.iifc. I ,0f J I'.i HUfH TNlfc '« • «tVlMÍltMIYtWNK). I WW'* WWW'g I I'I ,'it Ttti.iitiiVm.r tr—• - w - mm "opes to aix fabues—OONTBOXXID Y soke." rj K#?i'i;Vi^ ltt(| ffnWP i'- -¿m aHífc.illfí tlltill -- >(13 ,< HttdtepW wO-. r í yiicra «i'iíiw f%¡f í-i.liJN V.sL-^i GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1868. THE GO] IS pvévíuastí e vebv sXTOfiDXr lir SJH*« * 9)AH«r, ./; At |S 00 pár Annum, payabU in Advance. M«W . 'wfilv it-.. !•• yjFA'jrS FOR 4DVEKTI8WG. All political addresses will be chiu^éd u regular advertisements. Adv f accordingly. . f,- Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 13 August 1853

B (Sou jales SnqttCrer. " 0«0t TO A 1.1. PARTIICH—CONTROI l.LKU ST MONK. Several showers this week—health good—weather warm—crops fine—times dull —money scarce. candidates. OUR TOW* A*D COUNTY. We are happy to say that otur town is still rapidly improving, and although many towns in the West have improved much faster than Gonzales for the last two years, yet we can now boast of as many new buildings that have already been completed and as many under courso of construction as any other town in the West or East And we aré happy too to observe that our citizens have been inore cau- tious than the citizens of most other towns, for while many in other portions of the coun- try have run their carts far ahead of the horses, Gonzales, like the sure-footed mule, has stead- j ily advanced up the hill of improvement.— 8. W. SMITH, Editor. GOSzalmTTMAST Saturday,. August 13, 1853. E. W. WILEY, Printer and Newspaper Agent, 17 81. Charles street, is authorized to act as Agent for the Inquirer in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 13 August 1853

Died, on the night of the Tth Inst., Persia Willis, daugl Willis, of this ;hter of Demetrius and Elizabeth M, 9 place, aged eighteen months. The demise of this little child has opened channels of grief which time alone can close. It was born but to die; the flower bloomed but to decay. No more, my babe, shalt thou lie, With drowsy smilo and half-shut eye, Pillow'd on the fostering breast, Serenely sinking into rest. House for Sale. nnHE House now occupied by Mr. Newell, in JL the most business part of Gonaalcs, with lot 26 feet front by 80 feet deep, renting at thia time for $18 per inonth, will be sold on very reasonable to .ins and warranted deed. Also, in the same lot ono new building well fin- ished and painted, 22 feet front by 45 deep, conve* nient for any kind of business—the grqpud 20 by «0. Also a good deed warranted. For further in- formation call on J. GUICHARD. Gonzales, Augñst 13,1868-lltf Executor's Notice. THE undersigned having been appointed by the honorable Probate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 13 August 1853

■*■>«« «* IWI m , „ - v ,r:' * a^Eii^SSSSE':>^ ■HBB ) IU Ul! &ÍJ iea not Professional autl Business Cards. iflMM B. 8. FA*rt*/..?. . . .*.". .... .B. I. PLY. Parker éc Ply, Attorneys <fc Counsellors at Law, GONZA LES—TEXAS. June 4,. L858-ry Planting Sooá^^Cíhi^k.—There stems to be no general system or theory among the p! «ra in regard' to the cane culture. The HtMfeoly a planter- In tho State who does lav hi* own peculiar theory or method of planting and'cultivating hi cane, even In the name parish, where one would suppose títere oouU be hut little difference in. the quality and condition of the soil. Perhaps,, in some sec- tions, several plantees, who-are Intimate neigh- bors, and bv frequently comparing notes,, may adopt nearly thu same mutlwdi But there appears to be no settled or fixed rulos of operation, each one striking out his own plans, according to his-prepossessions or his past experience or success hvplanting.. It is a matter oC soma interest,, and might bo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 20 August 1853

c c ,'!■ mu ■■ pi iittttl SitfPHi i't 8H1TH ft DABST ¡IT SONE." TO AIX «SÍ —— .ni.t> m¿'« Úki Ü Hit tftíi 3p «Ootafef;1 -•-«# (£«*« '-M'i.íít _ V Hrir <jf59*<t v jm) &iia ,s*í fh' w v,'* B •*' 1: ''Í! '* ! I \' £ _ r .v w l,fci ¡§^¡$1 VOLUME GONZALES, TEXAS, SATÜBDAY, AUGUST 80,188 . .•-WHJ ;f , . ,5 . . „ . .v . *4 if; in,i o THE GONZALES INQ1 13 published evert saturday SMITH & DARflT, At $3 00 per jinnutn, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One gquare, (ten line* or lees) first insertion, .f 1 00 For each subsequent insertion .#0 A liberal deduction will be made from the above ratea, to those who advertise by the year. An political addiT "" ~ * advertisements. Advertisements not marked with the number of be published tit ' will be charged as regular All letters of a business character must be pott paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publljatfon must be accompanied by the writer's proper* No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 20 August 1853

®fie (Síoii}alc0 SitQuirer M ' open to all paktiks—ccd i Snflulre intiMligii ut xo*r.' toa tur day, 8. W. SMITH, EDITO*. UONKÁLI^T TEXAS: " " Angutt 30* 1853. V, 1). l'ALMER, tbc American Newspaper Agent, id tin only authorized Afftnt for thin paper in the citicaof Xcw.Yorfc, Boston and Philadelphia, duly empowered to tuko advertisement* at the mic* required by u& lib rcccipt* will be regarded as payments. |W E. W. WILEY, Printer and Kcwepaper Agent, 17 Ht. Charlea street, id authorized to Oct an Agent for the Inquirer in Now Orleans. To ConitisPoxnnm.—-'We must decline giv- ing "Asinus" a place in our columns for the simple reason tliat enough—too much—has Loen mid on the subject already. Oaf fair correspondent, " Edna," is respect- fully informed lhat Jicr production will appear noxt wcel(. To publish the article over the signature of "A Member," would only be the mean*.of drawing forth a reply, and consequently keep our column fitted with communications, the Mutyect of which,...

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