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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 23 August 1854

- -3r .St- ' -DEVOTED TO LITERATURE AGRICULTURE ANTD GENERAL INTELLIGENCE . Wf VOL. 3. BEAZOBIA TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1854. NOT. r jHja ' """"S " ' 'll;v. THE T33XAS .PLANTER la published everj "Wednesday. HENRY WILKES ) -. - JAS. B. WILKES f EDIr0KS & Ptopwbiobb. TERM8. SUBSCRIPTION $250 a year in advance ; 3 within six months- or -$350 at the end of the year. ADVERTISEMENTS Will be inserted at one dollar per square of ten lines or les3 for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from the above rates to those who advertise by the year. 3? ? :a t m UXy iTIoliier. UT ALTUED BURKETT. Mother tliy lock are growing gray Thy form is bent with years And soon thoul't bid farewell to earth- Its joys its hopes its fears. Yet time hath gently dealt with thee A' down life's billowy sea Tliy ark hath sailed without a wave Of dark adversity. "Thou who fir3t taught my infant lips To syllable thy name "To t'uee I dedicate this lay . Thou who ait...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 23 August 1854

fTTI wTttLAJJ Al CZ4ZILJJ aV BRAZORIA. Wednesday Aug. 23 154. The County Commissioners-were in session yesterday and tiie day before during which time the newly elected officers gave bond and were duly qualified. The additional news that we have receiv- ed in regaid to the result of the election in this District is not complete for any of the Counties. The general impression appears to be now however that Mr. Munger is elected Judge and Mr. Field Prosecuting Attorney; both by small majorities. We will be unable to give the correct vote before the returns are opened at Austin. Elder Tyler from Utah gave a lecture in this place on Saturday night concerning Mormonism. Take it all in all we don't think we shall ever hear its like again. "We have been requested by our Postmas- ter to state that he has received information from thePostoffice Department at Washing- ton that the Postmaster at Cedar Lake has resigned his office. If the people in that neighborhood wish the office continued th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 23 August 1854

- f- &? ". A -jmrC- TIte Albatross. The Albatross is the most poetic on the ocean. There is nothing in all nature so hoble free ethereal spiritual nothing ani- mate that so brings the sense of infinity and mystery and boundless space into the day-lio-ht; His home is in the Southern oceans below twenty degrees South of the line. Here he ranges alone or in company over wastes of water that it takes fast ships from forty-five to sixty day to sail across. His flight is not high ; it is in long low swings a niile or two each way. Except in alight- in and getting under weight again he rare- lymoves his wings only sometimes giving a few grand strong flaps; then sailing away now on one side now on the other now far astern and again across the ship's bows ; he may be watched in any weather going over a hundred miles of distance 'to the Chip's one. iNo gale sends him to leeward no calm lessons the swiftness with -which he " shaves with level wing the deep." Sometimes there come hundreds o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 23 August 1854

. Ir. Morse's EfVlGORATIWG- CORDIAL 4 Phenomenon in Jfedicinc. HEALTE RESTORED and life lengthened by Dr. Morse's Invigorating Elixer or Cordial. For centuries Medical science has been ransacking the vegetable and mineral kingdoms in search of something that should restore the lost or decaying energies of the nervous and muscular systems with- out the diawback of subsequent prostration which 1 stimulants tonics and narcotics had heretofore -entailed. That something has been found. It is a -vegetable production brought from the sterile des- erts of Arabia the Stony by the celebrated Prof. M: Morse well known as a distinguished member of the leading scientific societies of the Old World and equally distinguished as a physician a chemist and a traveler. The juices of this herb concentra- ted and combined with other vegetable medicinal extracts are now producing results heretofore un- heard of in this or any other country. At first the properties attributed to Prof- Morse's Invigorating...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 20 September 1854

"sw " T h r V " lHHHHHHHHHHHHHHB- B A v "x i- -. - y ? & - -4 H s. fsJjHr &?. - -v. O J - " i " it r "v . B "W - "5 V te 5- jfcr ?'' v. v -- H Vs2 jnt . s. -. v - fc- " -V " w!iJs jj . r H E : -J H c tI - - - H ! IP : - - M HH--.- wi-S-y -"'tZ i i - LV " tbP z ' Ii i If j ll aV ' - JIP5S5ir ilil" -l' " -v1&t Jy p " ' I v' ! -. PLJ tJ " 'B H1BF - "js?tSS&-??-K "" " -- HK .. - ' ' -.w-.-. w.-- .. iL.-uL-JLL L:J-J L M .- jl? . 9BH - ' ' DEVOTED TO LITERATURE AGRICULTURE AID ! ' - X T' F- f - ! : . BB ' VOL. 3 BRAZOEIA TEXAS WEDNESDAY JJPTEIBER 20 135 . v 1' JST0. 1U - HB x L . JJILi lMJU't-iii.i!kJPuiiMJ- tuaajiast 4w -TJJ TJEIB TEXAS P&A&'TER 15 published every "Wednesday. Sit Tf 1 B P"-- TERMS. IPBSCRIPT10N 250 a year in advance; S3 tf n sis months;vor 350 at the end of the year. IRTISEilEXTS Will be inserted at one Ls-!gievj-ten lines or less foruthe. first ianfiftv cents for each subsequent J artrertise by the year. -- --HUU h S.nl glif. 'died amonir tt3 e e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 20 September 1854

t J ' - V :- :s4 -?$: ' "ajBTjj!? X rav-isa .1:: aUJ-JJi' 111' 1 ' ' il anra -in. BRAZORIA. .Wednesday Sept. 20 154. .The'Biver commenced rising on Monday and up to the present time lia3 risen several feet. ' It is reported that two or three deaths from yellow fever have occurred in Houston. "We have not heard of its making its ap- pearance at any other point in the State as yet. Those in want of Horses and Carnages either to take pleasure rides or he conveyed to the neighboring towns can he accommo- dated at Mr. Eohert Keen's Livery Stable. See advertisement in another column. The Galveston Commercial is the title of a new paper the publication of which has been commenced in Galveston by -Messrs fuart DurnettljBrown & Co. of the'Civil lan. - - z There is a report in circulation that Gen. Smith's head quarters will be removed from Corpus Ghristi by order of the Department. One of the severest Storms that we recol- lect 'of ever having witnessed has .prevailed here-for the last t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 27 September 1854

5? TT - "Sg-i?- " . -DEVOTED TO LITERATURE AGR10D"LT0"RE AKD GENERAL INTELLIGENCE VOL. 3. BEAZOEIA TEXAS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1854. KO. 12. a.iiWatST.VWi' TIIS TEXAS PXiAICTSS. 13 published erery "Wednesday. HENRY WILKES ) x;nTrnRo g. Proppiftors JAS. R. WILKES J j!DIroRS & r aoppjETORS. T2RMS. SUBSCRIPTION $250 a year in advance ; 3 within sis months; or 350 at the end of the year. ADVERTISEMENTS Will be inserted at one dollar per square of ten lines or less for the first 'insertion anu fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from the above rates to those who advertise by the year. IP Q H T 2& "E jlS'- ------Beauty; s:' In the leafy woodland now Where the birds are singing And from ev'ry forest bough Joyous notes are ringing ; Where the streamlet glides along And- ne'er thinks of staying In its happy laughing song There is Beavty straying. Where the fields are robed in green With its light so cheering And the flow'rets fair are seen . Through the gra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 27 September 1854

i - - . jnriprFw3i.i. i i a r BRAZORIA. Wednesday Sept. 27 185 4. "Weliave liad but one mail siuce the storm and tbat was from Columbia; conse- quently we are without our usual supply of news. The cause of the failures of the mails last week was the difficulty in getting along the roads 'they being completely filled up 'with flees blown down by the. storm. We understand that there has been one death from the Yellow Fever on board the Schr. Alamo which is below this place some ten miles. She is loaded with freight for this place and Columbia. From the views we have heard expressed on this subject by our citizens we do not think she will be al- lowed to land here even if she attempts any thing of the kind. - We understand that the great storm did ' not extend very high up the country. In Fayette County the wind was not very se- vere but the quantity of rain that fell was enormous. Pecans are quite abundant in the woods here this year. Last year there were scarce- any at all. It is ver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 27 September 1854

-ima -ij jj.-jmjiL;- j twbf.'sji. 1 IIS In this place on the 20th inst. Roexa daugh- ter oP Thos. G. and C. J. Masterson aged 1 years. uaejim ' m nf1.. f-J-J SffectEiiil Remedy for Worms. The lessons of experience arc the most reliable and if not too costly are sought after by the prac- tical. The following is the voluntary testimony of a .worthy and well known physician relative to his experience of the efficacy of B. A. Fahnestock's celebrated Vermifuge during a practice of twenty- five years GitK.VADA Miss. May 23d 1853. Messrs. B. A.' Fahnestock J" Co: Gentlemen : I am one of those individuals backward in giving certificates but in the present instance consider it due to humanity to say that I have been engaged in the practice of Medicine for ..twenty-five years and have never met with any remedy so effectual for worms as your Vermifuge. In adults ever in cases of Fever I sometimes use it to carry off calomel taken the previous night and often find bilious evacuations and worms ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 27 September 1854

r Z2XXa!SStSGMJJrJ3f "JRAf J.MgggKai.t :SpevBSiBB tnrtwjvjiviwivaK r. Morse's Phenomenon in Medicine. HEALTH RESTORED and life lengthened by Dr. Horse's Invigorating Elixer or Cordial. Tor centuries Medical science has been ransacking the vegetable and ininend kingdoms in search of something that should restore the lost or decaying energies of the nervous and muscular systems with- out the drawback of subsequent prostration which all stimulants tonics and narcotics had heretofore entailed. That something has been found. It is a vegetable production brought from the sterile des- erts of Arabia the Stony by the celebrated Prof. H. Morse well known as a distinguished member of the leading scientific societies of the Old World and equally distinguished as a physician a chemist and a traveler! The juices of this herb concentra- ted and combined with other vegetable medicinal extracts are now producing results heretofore un-r-aQr nf. in this or anv other country. At first the properties a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 18 October 1854

rkc "" SSi.. r-l - .i.ms.v - f Hi n Pi HI. I i i III II i rim II I -'-- 'JJVMVlUJU)tUMU!Bi DEYOTED TO LITERATURE AGRICULTURE AtfD GENERAL IN-TELLIGENTCE VOL. 3. BRAZORIA TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1854. NO. 14. rrrerrgg ii'in l mi i ?r.rj.;fi - i i.mjyj-t nwxa.jiijjj-.jH.-. 1111 llllwr"i' tuJ"i-JMiMejMamBaa!'gga I5? ?--SL- '5CL- -&- ' s -as. ' tj wgi -"ate"" & m X""v. 171 y 4 a ?4 nieMlM) Kit I I GTIiJE TEXAS PLAXTJBR Is publislied every Wednesday. HESTRT WILKES ) VrMtf s. PonminM JAS. R. WILKES EwroRS P"8- TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION 250 a year in advance ; $3 within sixTMonths; or $350 at tha end of the year. ADVERTISEMENTS W21 be inserted at one dollar per square of ten lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents- for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from the above rates to those who advertise by the year 2P Sfi A "Wife Wanted; Te Fair ones attend I've an offer to make ye In Hymen's soft bands I am anxions to live For better for -worse a companion Til take ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 18 October 1854

JSiifc BRAZORIA. Wednesday Oct. ! 1854. The following is a synopsis of the Probate Sales to take place at the Court House on the first Tuesday in November : Estate of Eliza M. Hill one-fourth league of land on dear Creek. Terms 12 months. Estate of John 0. Clark one-third league of land in Bexar county. Terms 12 months. The steamer Bell came up on Sunday from Galveston. She had the Schr. Colum- bia in tow. "We understand that the Bell will come up again this week in order to bring the fall supplies for our merchants. The schooner Alamo and the sloop Bra- zoria arrived hbre on "Wednesday last with a supply of flour bacon &c much to the relief of housekeepers. The steamboat Brazos passed here on Sunday loaded with Cotton for Galveston. She left Washington where she has been all Summer one week ago last Monday. She is the only boat in the river and the only one that we have heard of that was to continue in this trade during the Beason. Some few cases of Yellow Fever are still occur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 18 October 1854

Gold. An exchange fuii3he3 the fol- lowing curious calculation : The enormous sum of $204000000 in gold has bsen received at the mint in Phila- delphia from California from the first dis- covery of the precious metal to December 1st 1853. Now in order to give some idea to the general reader of the immense amount of 204000000 I will merely state that allowing each silver dollar to wsigh one ounce averdupois sixteen to the pound the weight would" be 12750000 lbs. or 6375 tons allowing 2000 lbs. to the ton. To carry this weight it would require 6375 wagons containing a ton each or 832000. JNow suppose each vehicle drawn by one horse to occupy a space of 25 feet they would extend in a continuous line a fraction short of 30 milfis. In order to count such a vast sum of money as this very few per- sons have any idea of the time it would re- quire without making calculations to that effect. Having myself asked several indi- viduals familiar with figures how long it would take to count the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 18 October 1854

"rjT"WirirvithlLl-W n '' ii mi hi 1 1 '$-"- f I&' c.- Pennsylvania Kail Soad. $18 00 IT 25 15 25 17 25 U 00 13 75 14 60 13 00 12 65 12 25 12 25 11 Id 11 00 10 50 30 00 8 00 THREE DAILY LINES -FROM PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA. Running through by MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaving Pittsburgh at 7 o'clock a. m. and arriving in Philadelphia at 12-- the same night. By noon THROUGH FAST LINE leaving Pittsburgh at 1 P. M. and arriving in Philadelphia at 5 a. m. And by night THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaving Pittsburgh at 9.49 P. m. and arriving in Philadelphia at 2 p. sr. The Night Express runs daily ; the other two Sundays execepted; and connecting with the Trains from St. Louis Missouri; Alton Galena and Ghicago Illinois; Frankfort Lexington and Lou- isville Kentucky; Terre Haute Madison Lafayette and Indianapolis Indiana; Cincinnati Dayton Springfield Bellefontaine Sandusky Toledo Cleveland Columbu Zanesville Massillon and Wooster Ohio. Also Connecting at Pittsburgh with the Steam Packet Boats f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 November 1854

. kA( . . I: t: "jJflBWiii ggr i$-r -. . vlb f 1 I'. i-3-Tr ' A --. nss'i j. - . .t ' g?f DEVOTED TO LTTERATCPvE AGItlCOTiTCRE AD GEERA.L INTTHLEIGEN"OE 5"j VOL. o. BEA.ZOEM TEXAS "WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 ISoL. IST0. w. - j -o SBf. s 'BT-- - "aV f' - - ( TVlHIL'lliMB. T 1 a g3 - && fe l- ysjj 1 s :- .y it s k. y i F3 KT3 r ZI 9H 9k! ' THE 3PSXAS JPE.AWXJBK. 3a published every "Wednesday. HEXRY TVILKES 1 v t - JAS. R.1VILKES j LDIro.RS &orRiETORS. TERMS SUBSCRIPTION $250 a year in advance ; 83 within sixmonths; or 3.50 at the end of the year. ADVERTISEMENTS Will be inserted at one 3oilar per square of teuiines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from the above ' rates to those who advertise by the year. ? m t m Tensperats risking. 3tlSi?is but p. ilrop1' the- father said" And gave it to his son ; Uut iiitle did he think a work A work of death -was thus begun. The drop that lured hira when the babe Scarce lisped bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 November 1854

-. - i - TIE PLANTER. BRAZORIA. Wednesday Nov. li4. We are indebted to Mr. L. Frosh for the se'cond number of the Galveston Commercial. AVe learn from the Washington Kange r that Messrs. Tarver & Wilkics are prosecu- ting their labors to some effect in obtaining subscriptions for the purpose of improving the navigation of the Brazos river. The Ranger says that they have already upwards often thousand dollars subscribed and the prospect is that they will have sufficient pledged in a short time to clean out the river from Washington to its mouth. We would call the attention of our read- ers to the advertisement of Mr. P. Dargan's Lumber Yard. He received a large and -well selected supply of Lumber by the Schr. Commodore Stockton last week which to- gether with what he had on hand N before' .renders his assortment complete. - The Company of Hangers from this Dis- trict has elected P. H. Eogers of Grimes their Captain. At latest accounts the Ran- gers were collecting at Austin from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 November 1854

HT '- .? GIESECEE Administrator of the estate of ?has. Schlecht deceased baring presented O tne County Court of Brazoria county at the October term 1S54 his account verified by affi- davit for final settlement; said account will be cted unon at the November term. !85i. of said Court and all pere rsons interested are required to appearand contest said account if thev see proper. By order of S. W. Perkins Chief Justice of said county. THOS. G. MASf-ERSON j nov S-3-r C. C. C. B. C. J AMLT3L HINELE Administrator of the estate I C of :"!. J. Bridges deceJ32 I having preente d to v.-" U'junty Court of Brazoria county at the Octo'oor ter.n 1351 hi3 account verified by affi- davit for Jinal settlement; said account will be accd upon at the November term 1351 of said Court and all persons interested are requested to appear and contest said accouht if they see proper. .By order of S. W. Perkins Chief Justice of said county. THOS. G. MASTERSON iicn- 8-3 xr C. C. C. 13. G. "cfvHN TOLBERT Admini...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 November 1854

"3-r dl ffn rtntri mw am jaw rlSrOi-mzm-mZl.r. . MvKtltCTtw-vTrT?1rT. .Sis oo 17 25 15 25 17 25 14 00 13 75 14 GO 13 00 12 Gb 12 25 12 25 11 75 11 00 10 50 10 00 8 00 .Pennsylvania Kail Road. THREE DAILY LINES FROM PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA. Running through by MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaving Pittsburgh at 7 o'clock a. m. and arriving in Philadelphia at 12J- the same night. By noon THROUGH FAST LINE leaving Pittsburgh at 1 p. m. and arriving iu Philadelphia And by night THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaving Pittsburgh at 9-4.0 p. m. and arriving in Philadelphia at 2 p. it. The Night Express runs daily; the other two Sundays cxeceptcd; and connecting with the Trainsfrom St. Louis Missouri; Alton Galena and Ghieago Illinois; Frankfort Lexington and Lou- isville Kentucky; Terre Haute Madison Lafayette and Indianapolis Indiana; Cincinnati Dayton Springfield Bellefontaine Sandusky Toledo Cleveland Columbus Zanesville Massillon and "Wooster Ohio. Aho Connecting at Pittsburgh with the Steam " racket Bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 15 November 1854

& sS- ?Si j-s-sr"? V i' . vc 2 it- A m:ms-"s " & - isss C?c - f--1----eir -a'vs.-. jgJ V?$v DEVOTED TO LITERATURE AGRlGiJLFUi"iE AND GENERAL IXTELLIGE.TGE- muwiuii ji ji n ii tlLU). VOL. 3. BEAZOMA TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOTEAIBER 15. 155.1. "fy tzv 'w "eg HP 1 jy Q o es ji?i i I i Ju ii. ii kj iBfc -r -- S3 as a ' ffgJ--jL-'WL-"-'! J -W 1 ...-'' W): 18. -r "' j '$ la published every Wednesday. HEX RY TTILKES ? . JAS. R. WILKES. ) EDiroUS & Poi-Hi-orvS. TtRMS. ' SUBSCRIPTION f 250 a year in advance ; 3 within sK months; or 330 .u the end of the vear. ADVERTISEMENTS ViH be inserted at" one dollar per square of ten lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent io5eitic:i. A liberal discount fiom the above " r.tte to those who advertise by the year. "-'-' " I . " " i'1l M.JM J -lit I? IF 5T1 T 'ifilEe Parting' of Summer. by uns. nsMAXS. ThouVt beating hence thy roses Geld Summer fLre the well J Thou'rt singing ihy JIast melodiea - - la everr'wood and de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 15 November 1854

sissjC3T3&E2.i.r-" 4Fd (SBsacasssassaESEXsisssazsfeaass&aicai'ueKJUZfiBKESaE THE PLANTEE. j Hiograp2sy of Sir Xoiiai Fr anikSizs. I'cii ki;r!flP!j omaiaiai Ascoat. Tiae Asasizoas of Afxia. Xcra-d of 5-'u.;rxli3S?. cement made ! e rePoriGd discovery of the remains J It has long been known that soma of the f In Dahomey a considerable portion of! A fw months ago a man from the conn- . nf f.h?s srurmtific and ill usti ions navio-ator uaks of mountain ranre- in Ov-tttka of tha national troons consist of annofl nnA : tnv ivJw In? hpn n f-rmnr ftnni Jiia nt- BRAZORIA. in the iVe?w and ttwZi'an of last week that i lt douUs m.y bu thronn upon the m.t height. Our Oal.rbniia exBances disciplined female-. They are known a i lite came to the city to buv stoves to sell Wednesday 'ov. 15 S.51. Messrs. "Walker Kin e: & Co. had failed to ; m.Piililit v 0f the uairative furnishes a lihnr us very interesting accounts of the beinir roval women strictly and watihfn!lv ao-ain. Saul lm to the ...

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