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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 15 November 1854

v. & v. "uise The price of breadstuff's is now so much 1 j wer iu. England than in America that sev- eral cargoes of Hour are said to have been shipped from Liverpool for New York. This has not happened since the inflation of IBSY when flour was imported to New York from the Mediterranean. "How late is it Jim 1" "Look at the boss and see it he's drunk yet ; if he isn't it can't be much after elev- en." " Does he keep such good time ?" Splendid ; they set the town clock by his nose." lioiioway's Pills a safe and certain cure for Couglis Colds and Asthmatical complaint. The Autumnal quarter is die one when coughs colds and wheezing on the chest are most prevalent'; such are the properties of Hellowaj-'s Tills that if taken at the commencement of the -attack. t..e virulence of the disease is very much abated so that the patient suffers little or no inconvenience but if neglected it frequently occurs that the foundation of incurable disorders is laid ; there- fore those who are liab...

Publication Title: Texas Planter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 15 November 1854

.. ssrr3rirarszz & Ienusylvana;! Kail KLoad. SYJGOH.A'JIN'Q COS2D5AI A Phcnomtnon i:i Medicine. JJ EALTH RESTORED and lifj lengthened by 1- Dr. Morse's Invigorating Elisor or Cordial. For centuries Medical science has been ransacmng THREE DAILY LTXKS FROM PITTSBURGH TO PHILADELPHIA. leaving Pittsburgh at? o'clock a. m. and arriving the vegetable and mineral kingdoms in search oi in Philadelphia at 12- the same night. something that should restore the lost or decoying By noon THROUGH FAST LINE leaving energies of the nervous and muscular systems with- Fittsburgh at 1 r. u.. and arriving in Philadelphia j out the diawback of subsequent prostration which at 5i. M. all stimulants tonics and narcotic had heretoicre And bv night THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN entailed. Tiatsi mething hut been found. Itisa leaving Pittsburgh at 9.40 p. if. and arriving in vegetable production brought from the sterile des- Philadelphia at 2 p. ir. j crts ot Araoia tne cuuir u. uiu cl-icuj-uluu x .U1. as a uisuno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 January 1855

j? SL; - " N- .1h. stgnis -- - X ZiTOTED TO LITERATURE AGRlOffLTaRE A!gr GENERAL LVTBLLIQESOB-- T T flf 5 f? fs-If i H i mm XT "" YOL. 3. -- ii 1 II'1 i p -' J ' I ii - - Is published every Wednesday. liE.SHI WiljWJ EDiroR3&pa0rRIBTOK5 J AS. Ii. WlLili-ttO TSRMS. 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 ot ten lines or less for the nrst insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from the above rates to those who advertise by the year. rpm. the Home JojiruoL- ' Xo2v" ISa'aid. -i - JUT GEOEGE P. KORMSr . -- Toukhandii take in mine Willie ' "And fancy I've jthe art To read while gazing on'your face -The records of your heart: li-Joy an honest man to .hold That gem of Tuodel worth Bv me more prized than all the gold "Of all the mines of earth Willie Of all the mines ofearth. I've marked your love of right Willie -Your proud disdain of wrong; I kn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 January 1855

St- m 73" " '. 4 H m subujgtttiDBagaa&cy'JC 4T- fc? THE PLANTEE. BRAZORIA. Wednesday Jan. 3 55. 6- - " " m Ssi-"' TheChrislnias andltfew-Year's Holydays passed off pleasantly and agreeably to most of us. All sorts of things were done in the '"town and country and alFmanner of ifrsras Presorted ro to render this season of rest one of pleasure. Strange things will occasionally happen for instance the mail that left Galveston on last Tuesday actually reached hero the next -uday. u The B?ll came off at the -'Star Hotel" on New-Year's night as was announced. r From various causes such as the short no- ' tice given very "bad roads and a prospect of xain on that day the attendance was not as large as was anticipated yet there was a sufficient number present to make the Ball a very pleasant one indeed. We do not recollect ever seeing a party of ladies and "tjJSfe fe- gentlemen of the same number appear to" - enjoy themselves more man yuv wiupauy . Ai nr "Vfnndav eveniner. An elegant ano...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 January 1855

rt i.mm:tKaaimxraiii'rKX2-srr.VMiMJiJUmMiir IU ill!J.JitL1Wi)V5M---JWi-W' ll'Mii aiMjyimsn Ranstmnn ' -r c r Kew Koventefiit of &e Mormons. Western papers inform-us tTiat'lhe Salt Lake Mormons hare' deleiiiliriedt6 form a chain of Mormon stations" "tiirougHout the "Western: Statesuid Teiritones at which the pilgrims to the Suit Lake many orwhcin are very poor may stop to recruit or to j pass the winter and from which they may I be helped forward by such aid as they re-) quire from the brethren isy this means it is expected that tho .Mormons will the more readily undertake the great journey through the United States 'atul the far western wil- derness - Arrangements have already been made fbc-avHoBaanr settlement pnthe Kan- sas river in Kansas territory and stations of this kind arsto be-foraicd in schain from Salt Lake eastward. This movement has a two fold character. - IJirst it is intended to hasten the day when the -territory of Utah will have sufficient population to demand a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 8 January 1855

wSHfBgvvJpf -X ijSf' "?? if. SBBfig'Smi'JlJi 4' J.J. jJ-1'ljiu.jjiij.x.i i a JPeimssylvnssia -Kail Eoafi. gJS- ."z'?.v ixr"-: THREE DAILY LTE5 FROM PITTSBURGH TO rniLADELPttlA. - . . i. i. .r.-vovTvn t ATr T? tv lumnms mrouii uvjuyiu .o -..- leaving Pittsburgh at 7 o'clock a. m. and arriving in Philadelphia at 12 the same mgnt. By noon THROUGH PAST LINE leaving -Pittsburgh at 1 p. m. andanlviugm Philadelphia SUAnd "by night THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN' leaving Pittsburgh at 9.40 r. v.. and arriving m Philadelphia at 2 p. U. The Sight Express runs daily; the other two Sumlavs excepted; and connecting with the Traius'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 Wooter Ohio. Also Connecting atPittsburgh with the Steam Packet Boats from NEW ORLEANS ST. XOUIS LOUISVILLE AND CI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 11 April 1855

c c i mmSe' -r .inar-r riwii. i ; ; i. -ss-- .-- rrr jw--..- y-'Sf !r : eSwsC-j 'g. VT3!3S5rBT DEVOTED TO LrTHRATURL' A(TRlOJfTlI.UE. AXD G BN" SR AL iy f E LLrrTBNrGM TEXrVS WEDSSSDAY APHIpL 11 185 Q.3. BRAZOEIA - ? - v s. 5 . g -V -qBpPVPH j. iiin .1 niLJ? ?. J y sjngujgrwaat-mmw iM"tfVAt' ' ti ii'JrTnitA i'ii ri IIJaJ" - -Z a UV r it r- 1- if i C! -rf w "CT "T -a iiod c-very WedncbJav. ' EouorwS fc Pkopkietqrs. . rj' j ? S5i2 RMS. ' -.-" r V-J" .'-" i.v..v -.. "iH o Tnof iTi nlTnTinn ftfi t or -?3.10 at laead of tne rear. b'TS Will be inserted at one i e q! ten lineb Ot less for the first inly cents for each- subsequent Jlberal discount from flic above (Wio advertise bv the year. o ii3 :e a. faixiaiy cia yot2r-6V-riii Sda"!'? BY SLOCU1! btUGS rSQ. " 'Ajtujuiii jtn ineir suinnv-cjuos A miI a rond. a cob. lOTv ilwy lbcr for trie ivacer O: aptiie nuts -or pins l Crying ' Shinny on jiour onn ide Ana JooL out ioi our allium; ' En thw world of tumult ' jml tin) -nxuie of nfo le must do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 11 April 1855

& """' . P jfc Galveston "Band New be'tween Is j? w vchpsej iniarests arenas deeply identified with Texas. and especially Brazoria county as those of any one and should he be elected he would undoubtedly make us a good representative. Therapies of several other very respectable gentlemen who would make good lepresen- tativesjgggnoken "of uite"freefi0f ly vet niTPlJivtht-ough. theteoTumns of iKr-T? .fi?aBtemocrat. GeT5.'Thosf3Cofiee who h:beenso - liciteaWjbecojtiie-a candidate for the next iFwrtion o.hisiucf - ..awr ihT&flARliiiesnthal lionor. The ben. ' 'SK?b!AmideiiaB .excellent represen- '.yjrA-Xlr-rxnninrr vo. ii.lnf PC; wntl (1 -iutev.auur iuor"iyu Sl"& "-""-""" ight cliracult man to Seat; Jilurlfcming to becomes cau- .- didfttawililJeulrTunother column of tiKdav paper. The teamsTim St aalvftston ono dav last week from Mobile; and New "York. It is in contemplation N'to form a regular semi-monthly line of steamers. between NerrorkfaulfGalvton by the way of Mobile ju ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 11 April 1855

- " X -. I -- I i illAMIILi JM-IU'tJH"" 1 lW"i f'.U'Jil W J UU -1 1 II H II I II I I II I t"tjjuim-jf m""iuwqniJi3 r f TrtTO --- "' '1 HORACE CONE Guardian .aPSe minor Medora FRoberts bavin; jgjgjw!? petition praying for an order to seller estate belongmg-to" said wonn AMD'S Celebrated fjJerman Kilters 7KKlARKn KT DR. G. M. JACKSON' PhVada. Pa. - WILL EKFKUTlf ALLY (.'CUE LIVER COMPLAINT. DYSl'KI'SIA JAUNDICE ior an oruer to seiireai erate uwi'o'"D-Lu njiuor. AlPp'erso interested in the welfare of t - -'.iaminor are Jiercuv nuuncu "'-' -"'" fi" 1.IVKH COMPLAINT ujm'ki'sia jaouiuc "" .iibn-Tvill be acted on -at the April term of the chronic or Xengu Dddlit'i Dhuises of the -Comity CoiirKJbf Brazoria county to be SJjEidneijs; aud-all diseases arisiilg from a disorder- the Court flousein:. the tuwu'of Brazoria' on the- 'i T: . .oi. i . . t r . i ?f 1 oc . tTTi-i ii ua i i 7 iiist jion 1'iv in iijm. io; il 'iiii unit iuiu m. jiahosy ai. . R. FL R. jO. RADTJATE of the Jefferson Medical C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 11 April 1855

ftr&a:ifcJEsv3-rssE-Ess e LP" It-.. S- r B . -sC X. ' 9 Ifnv-'U- 1-r alatteutio the besmess ttppBTUjamg- 10 mis .;. 1f. f vSels. and will emptor ms oest e.i jr 10 nve satisfaction to tliose having business ith it. rA T. AUSTIN Agent at uatveston. BISHOP SIMOSS &. CO. Agcr-ts at Phila. Jalveston oet 4-tt r ?- goiii-tYo&ls 25au; LOses : . y-o. 36 w 5trcrf 5. Or&towr V"3cG"CJI3 GARTHS ofecessor WIm. i.m Ball) having percliard tb'c entire stoclc of JJoylts aal St:itioe5eloning to """ ' -BalL t'aev wul coaSigJoo'- aad Stationary btxslness at 35 CagjStMmR woald oeg to so--4ieita.cattiroi teJpKors of Ttve Hoiwe Randall ofecrs ir3 and Stationery for To Country Merchants wiragisn. 10 01 .yu aff.iin. thevaai!ergraatanducements luvnig a tiTnmTin kno-viedr3T the ufeiiies3 in all its butu " v -- - o - . .j b"ranc5eskna gffiarfacflidta-lbcscte tocic at taei&wetrate3V - . JF-- Their assortment Of bchODiaoi3ji-ineuuiiu and STiseeUaueB tf oOKstegiasiv xook3 jjbi and Stationery Is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 27 June 1855

"v J V BrT Na I 1 1 r va- -"( V Eg . .-.i DEVOTED TO LITERATDHH AGRICULTURE AFD GBXERAL IXTELLtGEN'GE VOL. 3. BKAZOEIA TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1855. NO. 50. rw 1 '. 'K gp .VH. S3 ts&t. THE TEXAS PLAVTEB Is published every Wednesday. HEN'RY WILKES ) . ' JAS. R. WILKES f EDITORS & P0PRIET0RS' TERJIS. JUB3CRIPTIOX S2.50 a year in advance ; -$3 within six months; or $350 at the end of the year . ADVERTISEMENTS Will be inserted at one dollar per squire of ten Unes or le33 for the first insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount from the above" rates to those vvno a Jvdrtise by the year. 1 "fe. S.3ICVSOX. JiS. I.ATHROP. TSLOSSOX & liATHSlOP f !Jk TTORN'EYS and COUNSELLORS AT LAW Jl. Brazoria Texas.- Will attend the Courts of the First Judicial District. jan 10 is SA&STSIf fu. FOiVijEIfc a.TrORN"Er-AT-LAW Brazdriat Texas. Particular and prompt attention given to the investigation of all kinds of Laud Titles and Land V iairns. nov S. jUOS. E....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 27 June 1855

4 &m t $- ff k R BRAZORIA. Wednesday Jime 27 55. "We are authorized to announce Col. W. B. P. GAINES as a candidate to represent this county in the next Legislature. We are authorized to announce M. S. MUKSON" Esq. as a candidate to represent this county in the next Legislature. SaiBks. Texas is we believe the only State in the Union whose legislature has never chartered a banking corporation. The United States government and our State government stand .side by side and almost if not entirely alone on the questiou of a specie currency. The dues of each must be paid in coin and the debts of each when paid at all are paid in gold and silver. The question as- to whether there should be a United States Bank or not was a good deal agitated about tweuly Gen. Jackson virtually decided The Columbia Democrat gives notice that Mr. Munson and Col. Gaines candidates for the Legislature will addiess the people at W nUn n tlP Atli of Jiilv. We infer 5"ears ao . " . i . .JKt when he put his ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 27 June 1855

h. I'.imv;1! "il"tfg!iM.H'- m mi-j-ffww Cockroach Riddance. The Scientific American says " Common re I wafers scat- tered about the haunts of cockroaches will often drive away if not destroy them." These wafers like candies are colored red by oxide of lead ; a most deadly poison and -so is the acetate of lead or sugar of lead as it is sometimes called on visiting cards which being a little sweetish has been known to destroy young children to whom they were handed to be amused with. Fashion for once acts sensibly in discarding glazed -cards using instead Bristol board more f&'ant less cumbersome and really more delicate. And while we are speaking of one of the pests of housekeepers it may be well to know How to get rid of rats old young and middle aged with the shortest possible suffering- to them and with small probability of their dying in their holes or ether uncome- atable places. Spread a level teaspoon of flour or corn- meal on a chip or small piece of dirty board sprinlae ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 27 June 1855

fc 'IT II I I I l II l him in I "''" " '- . i - R- ft R IMPORTANT MEDICAL DISCOVERIES! Tlie Three 2i. . R.. Remedies ARE the most important discoveries for the quick removal of the most torturing pains and the effectual cure of disease ever recorded in the annals of medical science. The first of these three great remedies and the only remedy ever given to the bed-ridden and pain-stricken and en- feebled invalid that will free the suffering victim of the most torturing pains either Rheumatic. Neu- ralgic Nervous or Mfcmatie in a fete seconds is Radway's Ready Relief Which has been used by hundreds of thousands throughout the United States giving instant ease to all troubled with pain or sickness. One application externally or a few drops taken internally will instantly free the sufferer from the most violent and terrible pains and restore the weak feeble and prostrated frame to strength and vigor. .No person has ever used Radway's Ready Relief without deriving some special benefit in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 18 July 1855

'"mj"""1 - IP ? . J k . . .. ' . jgfoj'' ' T -?-r-rsL " . ..; iil--n;.Cilr r J: " - - urn. i.:.. . dr.1-. .. -.. ?..'. f -- iTmtj DEVOTSD TO LiTERATUkE AGRICULTURE AM) GEXERAL IXTfJ-LLIGEJsOE- 5T u ? - VOL. 4. BRAZORIA TEXAS- WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1355. KO. 1. rf v-. TI2S T32XAS .PLANTER - L published every Wednesday. flEtfilV. WILKES ) -. - JAS. R. WILKES f EiroRS & Pbopmstors. TERMS. cJUBSCRrPTrOX 5.250 a year In advance ; -53 o within mx months; or 3-S0"at the end of the vear. .ADTERTISEMBMTSVill be inserted at' one dollar per stjiuire ot ten lines or Jess for the first jut-ertion uud fifty cents for each subsequent . inei:tiin. A liberal discount from the above - ' races -te those who advertise by the vear. AI. 2 . MUX30X. jl. S. LATHROP. TTOitXEl'S AxnX'OLTN'SELLORS AT LAW Bnuorin. Texas. Will attend the'Gourts ot the first Judicial District. jan 10 SAJIUEf- L. FOWlcR AT'fURNTEr-AT-LAW ." T '-Brazoria 'Texas. Particular and prompt attention given to the investigation of all kin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 18 July 1855

jiu &. -tWJJ5J;lJimjJll.'.l.J'.U.JU'lLU. IHIMIJ '"JIJM..tAJgB :& fe V KU H '. ?-? " - .fc' - fry -v.-frffc 4 3 rrfHE PLifTEB BRAZORIA. Wednesday July 1 SS55. FOB GOVERNOR RON. EJLESHA 31. PEASE. 1TOK LIEDT. GOVERNOR H03. R. H. RUNNELS. We are authorized to anuounce Col. W. B. P. - GAINES as a candidate to reprraent this county in the next Legislature. "We are authorized to announce 51. S. MUNSON - Esq. as a candidate to represent thiscounty in the aext Legislature. ' We call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Mr. S. P. Winston in to-day's paper. Mr. Winston's plantation is considered one of the most Taluable in this eountv on account of the fertility of the -oU the healthiness of the locality and the -LlLfirrnaneut characterof the improvements JS'l... 1. .... liDon mnrla an f.llfi nlCB. 1 w "4il uid ucwu .m. - r - - We place the names ot Mr. rease auu Mr. Runnels at the head of our columns as -candidates of the Democratic party for the offices of Governor a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 18 July 1855

- "T . -a Am Editor's own- Dkin-k: According to the Princeton .Kentuckian the following is a.receipt for the driuk of 'McGroodin the magnificently funny editor of the Paducah Americans "Talce one pint-ood whisky stir in well one spoonful of whiskey then add another (pint of whiskey ; beat carefully with a spoon and keep pouring in whiskey. Fill a large bovfl with water and make the servant set it out bf your reach. Take a small tumbler pour in two -spoonsful of water; pour out the water and fill up with whiskey and add to the above. Flavor with whiskey to jour taste. "WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS SAY OF HE'I.aue's Celebrated Liver Pills. Xev York August 30 1852. PUBLIC NOTICE. NEW GRAND DCCHT OK BADEX l.btTlJtiY LOAN Capital 1.1000.000 Fl'orins. THIS LOAN" is guaranteed by the Government and will be drawn in different prizes as fol- lows : 14 of 50000 FK 12 of 350l0 Fls. 1 " 12000 " 40 " 5000 " 58 4000 " 1944 " lo0U 54 of 40.000 Fls. 23 of 15000 FR 55 " 10000 u 2 " 4900 " 3G6 " 2000 &c. &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Planter — 18 July 1855

Her 7 X & 1JT- &':- a& I u r - 1 "-4 - - R FT' R ixIPORTANT MEDICAL DISCOVERIES! The Three R. 1?. R. Remedies A1 RE the most important discoveries for the quick removal ot the most torturing pains and the effectual cure of disease ever recorded in the annals of medical science. The first of these three great remedies and the only remedy ever given to the bed-ridden am! pain-stricken and en- leebled invalid that wilt free the suffering victim of theraost torturing pains either Rheumatic Neu- ralgic Nerrous or Mismatic in a few seconds is icADVFAy's Ready Relief TThich has been used by hundreds of thousands throughout the United States giving instant ease to all troubled with pain or sickness. One application externally or a few drops taken internally will instantly free the sufferer from the most violent and terrible pains and restore the weak feeble and prostrated frame to strength -and vigor. No person has ever used Rad way's Ready Relief without deriving some special"b...

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