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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 7 November 1868

rtj \í A T> _ \ -.V i* 1 / ■ tiutivripti 11 iu Specie. _ far* Tlu " ¡SiÜSAL" will btf issu • 1 .ivory Suburduy nioru- aiai« .it K)mi dallar anil tionnty jive acuta for six i/Wut.'im •rtwoiHy-.ivucon s ,>or ¡uonlh xr \ THE BRAZOS SIGNAL. Vol. 3. iiichmoucl, Texas, ¡Saimd-ay, November 7, 1868. OFFICIAL 9SB9 it So. 20, Kates ef ¿«vertiste* One apuare, eight Mom of tta*N siso type, one incei tion • J Ml subsequent lase i Hons TB fed for each .square, la enneucp. A liberal discount made « yearly advertisements. POBITIVBLY MO CREDIT. Ucli iion-- Notices Rev. J. 'iMn.r.'.TAX, liol' Diviii-'SQvvleeat the Catlndle. I'lni't'Ii, ov.uy socoiid end foiutl* Sunday ef ijic.ii iitit'i. n -v .1 «.<■:ht, rvill lialJ Divine sarvices r.t, ♦ho .wj lii ilisi i'ii: i''i on tiio stiund ; nd fourth Sabb'ilis i i i'Kii'ili. i--k ¿«tf tJtu U J F :ZS 3f OM AL OARD3. JA. Tim >ijlv vIOlíTO.S', l'Iiy ieii.il «nd Sur, «. gcon, Richmond. T. xiis. n'i-t.í' DR. ÜEO. A. ruáis, V. ill uuvotaliis exclusive n...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 7 November 1868

f I r J \ 'SL * i f • * . v \ /> * r '<> i t > v . ^ rZlMSlGNrU Si "i LlLEY, Editor «.V Proprietor. Xafom j&fov. ;i« r2Z 'niTIOML MMCM1U MMNATPW. Far -President, Horatio Seymour* of K«w York. F#r Vice-President, Fi ancla P. Hlair, of Hissoutfi. "a of i Presidential Elector ■ for tli# Slate at Unís B. H. EPPEK80N, _|___ JOHN HANCOCK. Alternares 3: H. CLEAVELAND, I GEO. W. SMITH, oí Polk county. | cf Colorado county! fur First Congressional District.' Wm. Steadman, of Harrison; .J. L. Camp, of Upshur—alternate. Second Congressional District. ¡ David Culbertson, of Marion i Jas. M. Hurt, 01 Grayson—alternate. Third Congressional District. O. W, Jone ,of Bastrop; J. M. Anderson, McLennan—alternate. Fourth Congressional District. C. Upson, of Bexar; Charles Stewart, of Har- ris—alternate. Rev. J. A. Light. Is our duly authorized Agent ft receive subscriptions for the HignaL, and for advertising Mark and Brands. J. 0. Siraonton, Esq., is our duly aurhomed Agent, at Plttsvi...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 7 November 1868

*<? w \ ; I v.* I 1 'Jf *1 w -■ v 1 I I / A n Donation ami Dedication or the Printer's Cemetery %VooU lan«l«. On Saturday afternoon, the ceremony «•! l|ile liOiu (íiiitTHíoii, l)(MiKiCiS íVp^ji, Íresentation and rieilicatioit ufa nUiue of li I 1* Vi/TTTi i \\T urial to tlio Philadelphia Typographical i ' • * *•' * *• J > A ' ¿ V\ Society.for tlie interment h£ deceased iiriiit. I ~ *' ~~~ —... _„l. I t'.'K ... I|«KI Society, tor tne interment trn deceased print era, took place at Woodlands Cemetery, iu the presence ot the Society and a nuni bur of invited spectator , among' whom were Hon. Ellis Lewis, late Otiiel Justice of the ¡Supreme Court ol' I'eiiiisylvaiiin, wlm is the oldest member oí' tlie New York Ty- pographical ¡Society, and one of the oldeM practical pi inters in the United ¡states; Hon. Morton Michael, Mayor of Philadel- phia, the olitasi newspaper publisher in the city; Henry C. Carey,L. L. D„ the, oldest book pultlisUer; Louis A. Godo >, tins oldest magazine p...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 7 November 1868

"T" i • I -i-.f ,JT >• • . "-y — -dfe=VS-' 'JWjJW A/' V liOC/l L. jy We return our thai.ks 10 Rohinton Co,, booksellers and stationer , Galves rtw, Texan, tor tile* of late New York pa- . pern. During ilie pant week, we have no- •iced an unusual largu amount of cotton pas- éame over «be H B ., tí. & 0 Railway, hound lor Galveston and other pointH. Every ' rain is heavily ba led, and they say that ■they cannot transport it rapidly enough. Last week we omitted several inter- •sting items, in regard to 6uveral parties that we;e given in our town. We think our local forgot to write anything about them, •e be whs ho busily eugaged in t/pping ||¡8 fantastic toe. We'll tip our local's ears liext time. and make him call attention to /Aiiein PORTA -to- to — Plaiajers and Firmen i REDUCTION IN RATES OF T B A N 8 P ü K T A T I .O N I PHtENIX EXPRESS s MARKS ANI IRANDS 0J crop in iu the right ear, and upper half-crop I I in the left. Postoffice, Richmond. !4-v3 y «'—J-- • — Clerk's Offic...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 13 August 1870

■ / ' VcÉMK- ti 1 VOL. 3. [ " LIVE AND LET LIVE."] NO. 86; RICHMOND, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1870. The Brazos tii<jnal will bo islhed every Saturday morning*. ¡Subscription, 20 cents (coin) per mouth. It ATES OF AD V K l«T|SÍNÍ3 : One inch, one insertion, $1 00 Eacli subsequent; insertions, T>0 The above rates are in coin. A liberal discount made on yearly ad- vertisements. * All bills are due and payable invariably in advance. Obituary and ¿ill personal notices, will will be charged the same as other adver- tisements. ~BOYs 1MG1IHS AS A BOY. Talk about the women and J lie dar- kles, and the—the—all the rest ot 'em ; none of 'em all are half so badly usued as boys are. Ask any boy. I know a lot, and I can give yon all of their names. Ask 'em all. They'll tell, you to bo a boy is to he somebody without a i iglit in the world. You're to take all the sass that's given to you, ami give none back—cause you're a boy. You arc to pay full fare in the cars and omiiibusscs, 'cause y...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 13 August 1870

* BRAZOS SIGNAL K. BAlTiKY, UMiny tf: Proprietor. Offick—Over k. Mayhluiu's Store. RICHMOND, AUGUST 13, 1870. ¡£9*" Mr. J. S'liller, ICagle Lake, Col- orado county, \< (Inly authorised as ,an agent of the Sii/nnl. Mr. S. Walkc, is our duly authorized ¡«gent at, IMrtoville. Mr. tfe unon Kidman, is our authorized agent at S:in Kelipe, Austin county. Mr, John Mail hews, is our authorized a jeut at. < 'aney P. O., Matagorda countv. (Jasper ITabermacher, is our authorized agen! at Bernard Station. MIitii f.kto 1 l«e maririn between our pages were altogether <o. narrow. In order to remedy this defect. we had to overhaul our entire 'forms: and although we'worked from u early dawn to dewy eve,*' we are compelled to limit our«clf to lour pa,¡;es this week. Eiefa>tÓXr> AS A MARKET- A^t) Iineas -iiouses in fall blast, here. And umi>r>ivñ pnivV . only one advertise! no wonder that ,SHil Í INtr thrives so well. Gentlemen, it doesn't In a late i#sue„ we called attention to e0...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 13 August 1870

J* J* FOREIGN NEWS. PJRO FE ft 7 0 KA h C A P. 1> S : .■•mmm ^ ■r*mt*s?ur.r,jjBawa¿«MSiia r-ux■ vw*n'r - .—r-.- . ( AT.DEH & DAVIDSON, 4 rronnu r*s ^ r ¿.t ir. The Southern Pacific & Eastern Tex*? s Kailroad bill were vetoed by the Gov. ami Miv Legislature f died to pass them I Late news is still wore favorablejo over Un vi lo ¡Prussia. There is no doubt of h berivv . . if ...... i defeat to the French. though the latter The International Lailroád bill is now |.j||.(, ruakin<r gigantic efforts to recover in the hands ¡of Gov. Davis, and the hill Ifrom the blow. Another battle is ex-j Richmond. Fort Bencl county. Texa*. for relief of theCentral Railroad has I pected daily. lie 'ii vetoed ¡mil returned ¡to the House. I Notion is Riven of the reported offer oi l < OOK& I'KAKKON. The C nitral railroad is soot, to be ex-1 «>v ^¿«53 ^'l> ***"* tended •>•*> miles nearer to Austin. A T TO It X K VVV A T L A IK, No naval battle yet. The Oneen of England, on t...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 13 August 1870

V Distinct Court.—An net of the Legis luture fixes tin following lor ihe holding o sessions of (lie* District Court lor the 21s Judicial District, lo wit : In the county of Colorado, on the firs Mondays in October, February, and June and may continuo in v'ssion live weeks In t he county of Fort Bend, on the sec ond Mondays in Nov., March and July, and may continue in session three weeks. In the calmly of ^u-tin, on the second Mondays in .December. April and August, and may continue in session four weeks. Value of JCuriiency in Goi.u. C 101 (i 99 C 108 109 G 92¿ 91J C 115 116 87 G C li 104 105 0«1 «61 111 112 90 118 'I 8<l 89J 119 84 122 82 Mi 124 125 120 80 82 781 100 107 94j 93i 113 114 88£ 87f 120 121 83£ 82§- 127 128 78J N OT1 CIS. Those who have paid for the advertising of their marks and brands for one year in the Brazos Signal,and are inadvertently omitted, (the copies boing lust,) will re- port us I lie same, as n c wish tu comply with our contracts and fulfill our obliga-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 27 August 1870

Y sutlwl VO/i. [ " LIVE AMD LET LIVE."] jVO. 38. RICHMOND, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AtfUUST 27, 1870. f jgp* Tin' Jin'.vo* fitiff nal will be issued every Saturday morning. ¡Subscription. JO cents (coin) per month. t " KATKS OF ADVERTISING : One ineli. one insertion, $1 00 Kaclt subsequent insertions, 50 The above rates are in coin. A liberal discount made on yearly ad- vertisements. All bills are due and payable invariably in advance. Obituary and all'personal notices, will will be charged the same as other adver- tisements. Transplanting.—A gentleman, anx- ious to ascertain the effect of transplant- ing at night instead of by day, made an experiment with the following results : H" transplanted ten cherry trees while in bloom, commencing ut four o'clock in the •fternoon, and planting one each hour un'il one o'clock in the morning. Those transplanted during the daytime,shed their blossoms, producing little or no fruit, while those planted*in the dark maintained their «ond tion fully. Fie di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 27 August 1870

BR k../ k. bailey, kmtoi: i'hoimiietoh. OffiüK—Oyer S. Mayblum's Store., RICHMOND, AUGUST 27, 1870. gg^*Mr. .1. Shiller, Eagle í«íke, Col- orado county, is (lu.y authorized;^ an agent of t ht* Siyntit. , .Mr. S. Walker. is our duly u'iü.on/.ci! ««rent sit PiUsvillc. . . . ' Mr. Seamou Kidman. is our nuth« r zed aiM-nt at San Felipe. Austin con ty. "Mr. .John Matthews. is our authorized ii 'ont at t.'anev P. Matagorda county. ' Casper l!abcrm:ic!ier. is our authorized ai?cnt at Bernard Station. See advertisement of "brick/' by Mr. W. W. Glass & Co. " Now. oi-ncvcr, ' i< the tune for those needing briek to get them. Mr. Glass' brick are spoken of as an excellent article. Go and get" your supply before they are all gone. We are desirous of a few. Attention.—'We have resumed the publication of the stock marks and brands of those who ordered their insertion in the Sk;nal;—a large number of them havtfyet, so far, failed to compPy with the terms of their contract, as published at th...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 27 August 1870

\ i é (KrWe publish the following sections from an Act entitled, " An Act Regula- ting the Pubiic Printing : Sec. 13 That the (Jovenor be and he is herepy empowered to designate certain journals to perform and publish the county and judiciary printing and advertising, of the judicial districts respectively, in which snch journais may be publshed. In case no paper is pnblished in any judicial dis- trict^ in this State, such publication may be authorized to be made in a paper pub- lished nearest thereto. Each paper so selected shalfbe the official journal ofthp judicial district wh.rein it shall h* pub- lished ; and all county and judicial prin- ting and advertising for or in said judicial district shall t e done l>y and p-iblished in said journal ; and u'ler such sp.eetion onti notice thereof to the district judge, district clerks, sheriffs und justices of the peace in said judicial districts, every advertisement und publication in any other pappr than the one so selected shall, d...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 27 August 1870

\ / y y * ✓ / t i il* i iimmü Chalons is about eighty miles iu the rear til'the line of-the Mossclle, and ninety miles in a straight line from Paris. Metz and Nancy are lili thirty [From the Galveston Xeio.t. MORE OF THE INDIANS. " \ The Weatherford Tim *.s of the* Gtíf inst., contains a Ion# report made by miles apart, and each 130 milesm a . >f * r . «rn.inl.1 line IVom 1'aris. By .-ailnrnd, ¡ M J- Um., «onmiaiiding the Oil. lt.,w"v.-r, 111" i r distune • IV. .,. I Ik-capi-!'• Cava Iry. On the Oil. ot July he ml is much greater. Tl.o S.rasbourg jf l'"« «fetor** , m coiumai.d of trunk line (Ohe„.h, do /«• d, /' E¿¿) i h ty-three enlisted me i ot the 6th Cav- ll.rongh Nimrv and Olmlons, i airy, in pursuit.of « party ot Indians distance ot' the tormor place being w"° ^,at' attacked 111 bv i ail about 220 miles. Metz i - situ- ated on a branch of the same road, which forks a few miles north-west of Nancy, and its distance from the capi- tal by rail is about 240 miles. The ('nifrae ...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 27 August 1870

\ i ■& "H ■ [JPYo??i our Houston Correspondent, Houston, Texas,' \ August 22d, 1870. y Dear Signal : By some means I did not get your Sig- nal until to-day, and I have just read it all through, including the advertisements, and must s«y, that it is the decentest little paper that I have met with in a long time. From its size, one would infer that there couJd not be much in it; but when one comes to examine it all through, in point of news it will compare favorably with the country papers oí the State. Ii i true, there are no long winded editorial lenders in it thiii vv*on!<j .bre'tk a persr-n (ioA n to read, like many of our oilier pa per*. The'editorials .¡re short and pointed — ami 111:it is what we wan. We do no' want tin edilor t< ¡J<> al! the thinking—♦ •. exhaust. the subject. We want hint to give Vhe ide.-.s, and I u* have « ch nice to do some of the thinking ourselves. Besides, 1 rather like the mze of lh< Signal, if you could only give" us a double shret ...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brazos Signal — 27 August 1870

A \ District Court.—An act of theLegis- 1 ture fixes the following for the holding of sessions of Hie District <>ourt for the 21st Judicial District, to wit : In the county Colorado, on the nr. t Mondays in October, February* ond June, and may continue in session five week-. In the county of Fort Bend, on the see ond Mondays in ^ov., March and Jul , ond may continue in session three week-. In the county of u-tin, on the seeone Mondays in Dec- uiber. April and Augu«. and may continue in session four weeks. • _ NOTICE. Those who have paid lor lhe advertising of their marks ¡ind brands for one year n. the Brazos Signal,ami are inadvertently omitted, (the copies being lost,) will re- port us th'i same, as we wish to comply with our contrnets and lullV.l our obliga- tions. Those who wish iheir rñarks an¡ brands published, can do so on the same terms as before Its importance to the stock-raiser is incalculable. Send them on. MARKS AND BRANDS RECORDED I Brevard, A. F. & E. J., br...

Publication Title: Brazos Signal, The
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