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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 31 July 1851

Ml' Tile Election—Got. Bell. .N TTTURS FOR GO P. HANSBH TOR CONGR VOLNEY E. H whether HAXS- re-clcction W Our accounts frota all parts of the District This is the last time we will hare an exfolie tobe of the most d*eeria| Opportunity of expressing our views upen ^nr!J 'rd^tothe ^23 fhe approaching election, and oar friends tberi ^un kindly that we press tive is | believe to be our duty. Th< that has more than attached to it. Not an to Representative FOE GOV] Í77" We are thorize ÍOUGH BFLLa* caí tw the Ctilee ol GOVERNOR. r~ ;* We are authorized to announce E. M. PI < f Brazoria, as a candidate for GOV- ERNOR. at the AujniM election. £-g ~ Wf- aro euíi.orized to announce Col M T JOHNSON af a candidate for theo/fice of GOV EI NOR ofTexa*, at the eusuing general eif ciiu¡> in AcgiM next. J*f7* Wp arc authorize*! to announce Lieu- r pai.i GovtrrorJ. A. GREER asa candidate lor GOVERNOR at the ele< lion in August next. for "lieutenant goveror. I"*?' W • nro authorized to anno...

Publication Title: San Antonio Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 31 July 1851

> ♦ i A for further it requires «f tí only aenrcs to make i The natne Alabama rose, gi *iot by auy means indicate its y _ ^cies, but is given to distinguís tlie Cherokee rose, which in soni States is extensively used for hedgi which in cotiseqnencc of the great titv of lime in our hinds, does not so with us as elsewhere, the presumption i that it is some accidental variety discover ed by Capt. H*-rd. to be uncommonly ens posed to send forth scions and form a strong upright growth. We suggest the tropriety of calling it the Herd rose.— Should this rose do as well with us as it has done on the Colorado, and we gee no reason why it should not. it will bring about a new era in the affairs of Western Texas, and transform much of our prairies into beautiful fields. The Hois De Arc. has been likewise introduced amongst us as a hedge, but from its slow growth is not a fiivorite. although after the lapse of years may be valuable. Wire fences are extensively used in this community, but are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 31 July 1851

To the any meeting ol t the time uous ex- cline,being for Europe do vass.' But of many fi I was entrfcs and Mexican Gulf Rail with the care of theiif rope,—that I had, there; event, to return before the next Legislatu; to be spent, and my ertions to be used in behalf ot that Railroad, would, if successful, account for my absence, and show to the voters of this part of the State, that it was not iu vain, nor iu contempt of their votes that I left before the day of elec- tion, I finally concluded to appear be- fore you as a candidate, and if, chosen by your votes, I should have the honor to represent you iu the Senate,—I fan-by pledge myself to return in time to tal e the seat, and to endeavor to t'o my duty fo the best of my ability. I am a foreigner by birth, an \me,i- can citizen by choice, and a d< jioerat | by principle. I bccame a citizen of the Republic of Texas in 1845, being tt that time at the head of an impor- tant undertaking, by which not a little was done towards the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 14 August 1851

MRBP SS3*' T"* M<¡& *4+ $. $ ¿** h&trt VOL,. 2. Dcnotéíi to Slgriculíuc, Citcratnrt, iHisccllanij, jTit íTir'. TERMS S3 PER ANNUM. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, TH JSD fjifovmatimx crni) tt)e Jntcrcsts of tl) HT, AUGUST 14, 1851. THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER, i They were near neighbors—these I Indies—but their social interchanges I of tea drinking were not' of very 1 re- occurrence, for sometimes Mrs. had nothing to wear like oth- ks —sometimes it was too hot, and es it was too cold—and then w nobody wanted to see her and she was sure she didn't want to go where she wasn't wanted. More- rates will be charged those who a ireitbe by j over she had such a great bam of a Announcements of Candidates lor oilice will be j bouse, as IK> Othei woman e\ei had to take care of. But m all that neigh- borhood it was called the big house so Mrs. Troost was in some measure compensated for the pains it cost her. it was however, as she said, a barn j of a place, with hall the rooms unfur-j nished, part...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 14 August 1851

\ W i E I) G E R. momea The UaiI-i:oa;J. ve wc Lavejiow n right to an- "ihat the rail road H3- of our cteetifpd fdlow- chhci, 3í. G. tSSr tí>*c, namcl Hoi.t.a xi)' Corrus, was drown- ed in the San Antonio river on the even- ing of .Saturday, tho 9th inst. He fell from a foot-bridge about dark and his body was not recovered until Sunday about 10 o'clock. lie was an amiable and interest- ing child, aged about five and a half years. Wc sincerely sympathise with the parents in titi.-i distressing bereavement. e point < at an early < pride that this mostly by the of flic citizenswe.it of with but little, if any ai l. fi foreign capitalists: The gentlemen c« f prising the pre-mt Board, and the :: :• employed by the::), are entitled to thai)Li of the community for the cum they have displayed in forwarding t important enterj .ri.se We learn tha is now the intention of the present II.;: to order an election of Directors by the Stockholders according to the provisions of the Charter,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 14 August 1851

m I ■>! rll~l ITT (IB V- I « f* l f « > GREAT STORM.IN NEW IfORK On the 10th iast.. there tro the 4. AMERICAN TEA. Junius Smith, who has ill so [ deeply engage.! in the expsrimeiit oí \ raising the tea plant in the L niteJ Foreign £nguH.—A the Ncwboryport WJQgHfa mendous storm in New V good deal of !^MMMMkí vicinity. In the evening, lV;>:n SivMJoro-, -V St.lies"u.ri;,s 1; oviU..-. S. « j.al authorities, are tnahtiV^'afn^tgSfeiT!ts j ./ fua.x 8*'" the editor of the New \ rk Jonrirr! tñ send from thirty to fifty of -the! recent¡ vlil ' /' a,*7 ^-Parr©\vs, Qomm-jrCtí. that his experiment h ts importation JJ b! lad.paralyti?lunati«jarul]^ eif.Sjl"l 11 ~^efl ^c, ^ ,rJ"£ sue«v.- I •!. :m-l that h>i h is estal ;is:i- idiotic panpers. L:ick to the old world.— the eb: tiue. \7a#Strucnc by a swMeu jjjj, tjie fact that his tea plants, which Those onlv will be sent who have bien ta- ¡ Sust oi wind' |^c northeast, afe th° genuino plants oi China, are ken from the alms houses of Engla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 14 August 1851

íTiisrfllancous Jtems. ph on a negro baby at Savan a, "Sweet bligbted lily!" the roost miserable of an- bia thoughts are always rrsk on the mestic. Murder in Chesterfield, Virginia. We noticed a few days ago the j tilling of Mr. Robiou, br his father-in- few, in Chesterfield, Va. We copy the following ;h, of the 19th m- MEDICAL CARD. S. T. L YONS M D Physician Surgeon. rn the a female clo- istress will put al particulars from "PROFFERS the professitnal expe -h cif tho 10th -L fifteen rear to tbe public of Sat ved thai " It is a long lane that has no turning,'7 as the eel said to the aqueduct. — The girls who work in the factory Columbus, Georgia.ch%w tobacco, who work in the English factories baü't afford such luxuries. A pieee of timber sawed thin is a hoard; but an individual who pajs three dollars a week fur mackerel and "water bewitched " is a boarder. Since Time, says Goethe, is not a per- son we can overtake when he is past, let us honor hiio with mirth and oheerfuluess of hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 21 August 1851

• 'v: áo *yf. ftp 4>f ? SAN ANTONIO r 1 ¿fe I . 4 if $ f - t VOL. 2. TERMS S3 PER ANNUM. Dcuotei> to Slericnllne, Ciferoturc íttisccllflnn, ®ciui"ol Jufonncition íuiÍ) tl)t Jntctcsts of tl)c Stale BIO. 13 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1851. INVARIABLY IN ADVANC E PUBLISHED OX THURSDAYS BY JOSEPH WALKER. THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER, j upon the obliging young man referred 1 to a waich-pocket in his plaid vest, | and nodded with a great deal of intel- | lígecc^ "Tell me all—Uke to serve I my faUows—no occupation ; out with i it, as the doctor said to the little boy [-that swallowed his lister's necklace." The love-sick youth informed the •terms ,—Scbwcbiptio.n—Three dollars a vear itivariabty in advance. For six months, ons dollar ami «event v-lire cenis. ADVliKTlSEMUNTS—Will be inserted at the _ rate of one dollar p«r square tor the first, and ! - —** - *" ""Í . mv hed ftity cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten ; obliging young man that he loved and u?u !i. «ituteasqua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 21 August 1851

V v ^ W \v ,V\ rp JJ p T ]? p p "D I 53* A fine entertainment and ball «as i 1, TI ! given by one of our citizens, vn Saturday Office on cwdikti a'rf v rtet, nearly " ¡ícuse. opposite the • evening to the juveniles, upon the occa-1 sion of a birth clay of a daughter. We • understand that it was a very tasteful and t creditable affair, and that several of the j little Misses were arrayed in the fullt im | Bloomer0Cos^me. The ladies will not j JC5 The Nueces Valley states that there j a<Jopt this dress until the 27th, as recom- is not a public building in Corpus Christi, ■ mended in our last cumber. ' and recommends the erection of a build- j * ■ in^r suitable for a Church. Court House.! tCf* Through our exchanges from Mis- { SAN ANTONIO, THUKSDAYTAUGUST 21, 1851. In a very few weeks Indian depredations will be as frequent as heretofore. If the Government is not yet aware of the fact, she may as well learn it non* as later, that Che temporising policy heretofore pursued is worse th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 21 August 1851

i.. #¿e. í *' j * ■' '' V* < 1 . L w 1 m says California Against the World.— i Mr. Sbelton has presented ua with & banch j of barley of 220 stalks, produced from one grain of seed. fhe bunch is dry and i weighs 7 1-2pounds. It is a perfect sheaf froto obe gram. That the residents of the older States may believe that this is the greatest agricultural country in the world, this bunch is to be boxed up and forward •d to Henry Clay. We challenge the world to furnish specimens of grains or Vegetables equal to those raised in the 6acramento Valley. This bunch of grain Was grown on the farm of Mr. Eli SIo- fcum, three miles above the city, on the American river.—Sacramento Union. Fraud* upon the Mexican Commission. A Washington despatch of the 30th, the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser, A new theory has been broachcd in Lon- don. It is said that persons employed in dark places are certain to grow fat. A man who was employed in the cellars of a brewery, though strictly temperate, found hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 21 August 1851

i THE LEDGER. The Bloomer. Th * saucy maid may toss her head When she her bustle hitches on ; Be mine to praise in artk^s lays The graceful girl with breeches on ! • Tbe pcticoat no more shall float On limb whot-cshape bewitches one; But in its place, with modest grace, Tho-e limbs shall hold the breeches on. The bucks and beaux turn up their nose At co'tly robes with patches on ; But goodness me. what if they see Such beauty spots the breeches on ? Ye muslin drenes, white and thin, With fairy fingered stitches on, I fear your day Las passed away, Since women put the breeches on. Ah ? well-a-day, the bard may say, Sha'l one bestow his kisses on A shameless maid, who's not afraid To put a pair of breeches on 1 She'll make him feel, fr m head to heel, Whatever else he hitches on, He has no right, by day or night Ttymt a pair of brecches on. We always see the graces three Without a rag the witches on; But oh! Gad Zooks, how would it look Should each one putthe breeches on! * MEDICAL CA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 11 September 1851

¿44, ¿Om i • i H ANTONIO £Dcuotci> to Stgricnlfuc, Cilcrattuc, ÍHísccIIquii, Chamal Jnformation aníHljc Jutcrcsts^Tlijc State VOL. 3. GER. NO. 16. TERMS $3 PER ANNUM. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1851. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE ELECTION BETUBNS. 1851. Governor. Lit. Governor. a Supreme Court. /^- O O C! Í? H — K r/J Anderson, Angelina, Austin. liastTop liell, Brxar, ítñvriii, YVrazoria, Brazos. Burleson. ■Caldwell, Calhoun. Cameron, ('ass, Cherokee, Collin. Colorado, Comal, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, DeWitt, Ellis. El Passo, Fannin, Freestone, Falls, Fayette, Fort Bund, (íalveston, Gillespie, Goliad, Gonzales, Grayson, (í rimes, •Guadalupe, Harris, Harrison, Hays. I enderson, Hopkins. Houston, Hunt, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Kaufman, Kinney, Lamar, Lavaca, Leon, Liberty. j limesioue, Matagorda, McClennan, Medina. Milam.' Montgomery, .Nacogdoches, Navarro, Newton. Nueces, Panola. Polk, Red River, Refugio. Robertson. Rusk, Sabine, San Augustine. San Patricio, Shelby, Smith...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 11 September 1851

«Hi- Wk <8,V V s ¡Bp the LED! ^ XT' "O ' CAPT. S. G. FRENCH AND HIS j train, fully sustaining the statements con- - — * j TRAIX jtained iu the original communication.— 0jpr "K L0'!nsZ«frT%n™riy °rposUe lh£ j In oar paper of the date of August -28th From this it appears that no injustice has --^n —. J we published a communication over the , °cen clone to Capt. French, and that mo >6 SAN ANTONIO, ¡signatures of fifteen persons connected might have been said without any reason TfirRtSDW SPPTPAIRPli 11 icri with the Government train under the com- j °f complaint upon his part. ' ' J j maud of Capt, S. G. French, which has | Capt, French asserts that his brother j John C. French was not the beef contrac- The communication not being an anon- that Messrs. Lewis & Groesbeeck ymous one, but signed by some of the men j were the persons who received the contract, agrieved by the conduct of this officer, and It may be true that these gentlemen were containing as we beiieved then, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 11 September 1851

V Blue Ridge Tunnel. i v l i *u u - a The Staunton (Va ) Messen-ei i nf f and^iI1 fe'e some kllld ríMot thntnn tK« .. aji.ssen._.i i ■ of yccreation. I lie body was not 1 _t i l ' ' e'^s ?'.n R^0Uth tin-; made for constant toil—the mind was ■ God be eliorts ... • , - -7 -- ¡secure the things of this world, will require no arching. at pore work progresses with much XU* U*** ' • 1!mJLX Daniel \Veb3tku.—The Spring- j field ().las::\) Republican contains a| long list j§f n-ini?s append 1 to a card j nominating Daniel Webster for the i Presidency. The liap-.iclieaii says, | ¡ ••The greatest portion oí the names; I were spotaineously appended, without •; rHE STATE OF TEXAS Comity o: Bexar. 4 OfSce of A.-:st. Com. of Subs, i Fort Inge. Leona River. Texas, > August29th. 1S51. ) QEALED PROPOSALS—Will be received at tr.isoMce until tiw 15th of^O .rojer. nes-> j Benjamin Tl'.omp.s. In Distrid Court. Fall Term. A. D 1851. ¡ Justices' Court, Bexar Co. Preciut No. 1. i THE STATE OF TEXAS Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 11 September 1851

•c J IJ THE LEDGER. THE ITALIANS. Horacc Greeley's visit Italy, brief ! ,, , , though it has been, appears to have ! ^ie fetched that little black ciogo. iiS u lnd to a material modification of his \ with hi~o. Why that critter md opinions as to thecapabilitv | a'n* digger ^ my *w0 "sls- ''e' ? lians for self-government.—! y°u the Squire wanted me to go Jerry cartstakes was one evening re- Geo "W. Pa.sch.a.1 & J. A.. Pa,sclial, i tailing his day's experience to a cluster | Attorney s & Counsellor's at Law, Í of delighted neighbors—among other! fl EO. AV. PASCHAL will reside permanent- ¡ ,. - . , , Drnn-n ha« ; vj lv at Galveston, and J. A. Paschal at San j things, said he, Squire 15 • Que of them will regular) r attend the been down here to see m( to-day. and Supreme Court, at Austin, and the United States C hiVii District Court at Galveston. AH business entrusted to their care in Western Texas will receive prompt attention. Their firm may be addressed at either place. 1—tf ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 16 October 1851

Se t * m I i i I - I ;p— 1 ^5Tv V * ^ y THE VOL. 2. TERMS §3 PER ANNUM. Dcootcíí tfl THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER 13 PUBLISHED on thursdays, by VAN DEKLIP & HEWITT. TERMS: Subscription—Three dollars a year, invariabl in ;iuvan< e. For six monta , or.c tioilar an*' Ti' '< fivr rm! . AD VEIiTISEMKiSTS—Wiil be inserted a' thr rate oí one dollar per square for ;' e fir>.t, nui fiiry cents for each ><:bsequent insertion. T'-r. lin« :,ur!« ^v:wnf>títuteasquar';. Hallth atuve rates will be charged those who suvertid b} the year. j P Announcements of Candidates for office will charged tor at the same rate a.s advertiseniotó- Political circulars and all coininunieiatiolitS o <-' private v personal nature will be charge- ai the same rate as advertisements. No communication or ad vert is'-men t of an abusive character wiiJ be inserted in our coi Minns un a>iv terms. iGfciliiiio, 0cnctnl Juformation ant) GER 'jmSt EXAS, THURSDAY,-OCTOBER 16, 1851. try. lmraeüiaie mgni oeca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 16 October 1851

v. \% ', X V fv < IT1 u [thoij lied 1 rie (íf In i (sayf Ihop broi if cles palj spir pari <Fa, Oen Mil- lón, day and of ' I Wei [and nrg lied ►íati ihea [sive The Revolution in ?.iejJco. th isn rih reii and Roi ma the wo izee Iho tes' jsen cha can effe fro: fig* Ulec [the mo rl w no lita' bas dor con ¡Big Uhti in 1 owi ma [coo [líos [be a [in !*• do Frt le?a Ion Iwe TII E i L E D G I? J) i Texas, have ais ■ iateljrjfbreed our iuer- j ^ __ / * i chant? into the Sew York and Boston J , . 7 „ ! t , * ' The American people are expecteu Vaií DERLIF oc HEWITT, Editors. ! markets. while their preferences were en- ¡ lT . Ll 1 i - . „ „ , ¡sympathize wun every nation or StatV. — , HrelT in favor of -Sew Orfoaos. We«H 1.... , SAX ANTONIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16, IS' I. Z3~The Her. Daniel Baker. IV I) Till preach i a the Protestant Church- this evening, half past seven o'clock. , , i • , ■ ^ ^ ¡ who seci£ to free themselves from the yoKe , member during the days of the late Be-I - . , . , ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 16 October 1851

f Tzmx * Ihe Meiicans done liraveív. bu' were at last forced to surrender, widb ?ome sixty odd killed and wounded Four oificer.- killed, arnontr whom was Morales On I f W- -If and only scr- surrendered at >w occup Carvajal* #n wounded discretion forming new was no art ill the Government troops ¡¡*<1 one or more pieces. But the cannoneers were pickcd off by the riflesuiitil thev coald no lunger stand it. Yourn. in haste. J H y. io rone killed. The militarv Carvajal is- n< law* and rt>£-¡i ry rith the in >P of Mexico, in relation to the finances^ of the country. After twelve dav a session. they adjourned on the 2Gth alt.. without suggesting any particular planar raising taken in August last, throughout the the wind. Thev resolved Tuesday taT ^"'.he day 9p.jRlUl Here EV« pointed by law for comparing the vote ! Cárcel street and Exchanj taken in An^nst Inct tl*rruicrhnnt the V-* an'^ ouse call'1*! A-ol.i All's 1 uons. ¡rsent Then whii< >rt of their own commits? refe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 16 October 1851

\ I THE LEDGER. Thé inclination to peep in at the modest gate is irresistible. Tbere is spread be- ~ — fore you a charming picture of light and Mr . Swisshetm on the Bloomer Costume, j shade, repose and enjoymeut, fiottage-like • xt tr rr -T i scenery, in the midstof a great city. What Tbo N Y. Tribune of the 21th ultimo. ¡ a 8kgfc¿h for &n artist, Before JOU is a publishes the followiug communication • var(|—a moderate plot of ground—run- from Mrs. Swisshclm, in reply to a lady j ning back some distance, with an abun- correspondent of that paper, who severely cvit!cis«d her for opposing the innovation ' dance of thick, dark grass, shrubbery, and evergreens, a few beds of flowers, small shelled paths winding about, with perhaps a low hedge on either border, a few bench- es, an orange tree, a magnolia, and a couplc of tall trees ef the forest,. oak or elm, spreading wide their branches and thick foliage, and casting a shade on all beneath i Ü fc tvpeéca in •: p. in favokof ( We c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 23 October 1851

v - -V' '< V -Wt SAN .«s *A" VOL. II. Qeootei> to Slgriculture, Citeratnre, ¿Riscellang, ■É! -lfrr TERMS $3 PER ANNUM. a! Jnformntiou ani> tt)e interests of il)c State. v SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THDRSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1851. 4' INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE#-.? THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER IS PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS, •T VAN DE11LIP St, HEWITT. TEKM8: Scbscbift:on—Three dollars a year, invariably in advance. For six months, o«c dollar and wventv-fivf ct nis. ADVERTISEMENTS—Will be inserted at the rate ol one iloliar pt-r square for the first, and ÍSíty cents lor each subsequent iiwrtion. Ten lhrff- ;r I'-scoi.stiiute a square. Hall thr above rates ^ ill he ' barged those who advertise by the year, payable quarterly, in advance, Announcements of Candidates fur otiice will be charged for at the same rate ív • Uemiii 4. Political circulars and all comn^afIvHtions ot a na ur" wil i dijjuarg^d at iii ■ iafe as^uivert w meii No communication or advertisement of an abusive character will be inserted in...

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