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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 24 September 1853

r « t ■ i #> •> '-'«I'll!! Notice of Election. ■■■HE annual oluction fur tjjte Boárd" of Directors * for tha tídu Antonio and. Mexican Gulf Rail RoaS. Company will bo held on the first Monda? in October next (Siinst,) in the city of San Antonio, nt tho orace'of the!company. To entitle a stockholder to voto, it is required that nil instalments duo upon his stock subscription shall be paid up and t^t least live (0) per cent upon all stock- «ubsuriptious on whicn no instalments have been called. An authority or power in writing will entitle the proxy to cast the vote for his principal. GEO. C. CRAIG, Secretary. San Antonio, September 0, '03.—iw I>ÍNNOÍUtÍOU. THE partnership heretofore existing beween F. Littlefield & S. J. Mays, is this day dissolved. The books, notes and accounts, have been traus- fored to Mrs. M. L. Littlefield, administratrix of the estate of F. Littlefield. All those having claims against the concern, will please present thom, and those indebted will p...

Publication Title: Gonzales Inquirer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 24 September 1853

<•%> * r COMMERCIAL NEW ORLEANS, Bkv., 0,1863. Cotton—.The buwnoss of the week openod with sales ou Saturday of 1COO bales, which included one list of 1400 bules old crop, at about previous rates. The «de since, cocupi -so 150 balea on Mon- day; 100 on Tuesday; 200 on Wednesday; <100 yes- yesday and 160 to-day making an aggregate for the week of 1550 balea. Prices lor old crop -have ex- hibited little or no variation, and we repeat our quo- tation accordingly without change. The bides of new, have been at ten aud tlireo-lburthn and ele- ven cents, for Middling, and eleven aud one e'ghth and eleven and one-half cents, for (iood Middling. The following quotations are for old crops Livirpool Classification. Inferior 7 a 8 Ordinary Hja Middling Mjujof Good Middling 11 ¿a 1 i i Middling Fair. .11J al?. Fair i out. Good Fair lioui. Good and Fine. noin. Professional and Business Cards. I in (lian ola Directory. II. U. u. r. n.v. farker & 1'iy, Attornej'8 & Counsellors at L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 1 October 1853

THE GONZALES 8,3 SMITH & DARST - . Proprietor . VOLUME 1. " OrKR TO ALL I-Almss —COKTKOLLÍD 8T NONJi." GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1,1853, $3 00, In Advance. NUMBER 18. THE GONZALES INQUIRER is published every saturday by SMITH & DARST, At $3 00 per Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ton linos or less) first insertion, .$1 00 For cach subsequent Insortion 60 A liberal deduction will be made from the above rates, to those who advertise by the year. All political addresses will be charged as regular advertisements, Advertisements not markod with tho number of insertions will be published till forbid and chargad accordingly. All letters of a business character must be post paid, to insure attention. Every communication fur publication must 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 Ten Dollars. [For the I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 1 October 1853

m WMt (Gonzales jEwqiitrec. "ol'kn to aix pahtiks—controllkh by nosk.'1 S. W. SMITH, Editor. «OKZ4M , TEXAS: Saturday October 1, 1653. S3 Z-ií" V. 11. PALMER, tlic Aiiicrienn Newspaper Agent, ¡H the unit/ aiUhoriteil Ai/ent lor lliln paper in the cities of New York, Huston and Philadelphia, duly empowered to lake advcrtiseiiieiiU tit the ratea required by uj. Ills receipts will be regarded as payments. IZf- E. W. WILEY, Printer and Newspaper Agent, 17 St. Charlen street, in authorized to actas Agent Air tlic Inquirer In New Orleans. NEWS BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. Our dates from New Orleans arc up the 20th inst. brought by lost night's mail. In New Orleans the yellow fever is still on the de- crease. In all the towns, and on many of the plan- tations along the Mississippi the fever Is raging fear-; on freight. She brings the pas- fully. \V « have no papers from Indianola or La-; fingers and part uf the bullion brought to San but we are informed, verbally, that the fever ¡ Juan del Sur by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 1 October 1853

I rtil PUBLIC AUCTION. BALE OF VALUABLE LAND 8 AND TOWN PROPERTY. TIIE undersigned will sell at public auction, in the town of Gonzales, On Saturday, 39th October, 1853, the following described hinds and town property, to wit: Six Loin in tlie town of Gonzales, fronting on the north Military Square, in block 1 —each 27 foot front and ruuning back 80 feet. Also, One Lot, fronting on the Public Square, joining Ilyinan's brick oiUce, 204 feet front by 70 feet deep. • Also, One Lot, in block 20, fronting Military Square. Also, One-half Lot, ai\joining the above lot, and south of my brick blacksmith shop, fronting Conlcy's brick office. Also, Four Acres, of the west end of lot No. 1, tier 1, east of water street and fronting on water street. Also, Four Lots, in block 28, with all the improvements consisting 'of a good dwelling house, out houses, a good gar- den, ic. Also, 1,806 Acres, situated on the west side of the Guadalupe, 11 miles south of the town of Gonzales, being of a very rich...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 1 October 1853

II 1% "i i \ 'n b i i i i i > á commercial. NEW ÜHLEANi^SÍ " 7«, Isáü. Conos—We hare no material r hts.gi- to notice in the market rince our la<4 re vie sr. The fircijíTi new* appear* to have hail liulc or no influem- •, and die receipt* have not been to a sufficient extent to offer much *cop« to buy its. The «le COMMJueiiÜT bare been to a moderate extent, embracing Sou b«Ie.-i on Baturday, 1 20< on Monday, "<*) on Tuef-day, #00 oa VV e«Jne «lar, 40>- /wXMir, and 400 U>-day, snaking aii mggrrjiau; of ó-GO lo!*>. The rwPÍpO lt ee 1st ?ep «-r!.t>er to dale crnprve Cf<"K bales «fíainít 'Mi,!,:.] to the (v.ne pomSnp dale Wfc* rear, Wavir.g on liand a *tctk of la'ol ^e now quote ae« croj> a« folk * t: l:vr&KK.L Clajsficatu . Indianola Directorv. Inf-rior 1 a 8 Middling Fair. .11}al2 (Ordinary •* fair nota. Middling t*t*10} Good Fair rom. Good Middling 11 jail i Good and Fit*. nota. Hew Orleans Prices Current NEW ORLEANS Ser., 5tt, 1-53. ! Profei^sional a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 8 October 1853

4r THE WJ.km**" .- i iiiMt t- i'i ÉBIh111 Hf'-'i " "in- ■1rf1*t' <■■ Br*''. vatr.. 3IÍ3 4 . - ~m: .\..~v>. - - v. ; *, • ,. '■U>- 4 54 4W tem M i.l# XKOi> Mpi«; JÍ Hfc«*#!.£(<*„ j ivt *. ■//**&'«.**,**£ ^==i=j'lv.'f • ti i ' —Tts-Jf. i«!«C Jiá 0 * '3 S 1 3 T >S >• SMITH & DARST- ■ ■ -Proprietors. "OPEN TO ALL PAHT1K3—COSTROLLIU) BV NOKK.1 t w "v«*v ■•*. ~v« «• *y w\ s VOLUME 1. GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1853.. .$3 00, In Advance. iX4 at*" .\jvr ". -4 i m- ' ■ - - -—" « •-u v,";i.r1 .} " * i'i JIB '4 ,( i09«;: ;S ■tc'l «jl JttttjA. THE GONZALES INQUIRER IS PUBLISHED JBYEIIV SATUHDAY BY SMITH & DARST, At $3 00 p*r Annum, payable in Alliance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. Ono square, (ten lines or less) first insertion. .$1 00 For eacli subsequent insertion 50 A liberal deduction will bo made from the above rates, to those who advertise by the year. All political addresses wiU be charged ¡is regular advertisements. ning with equal velocity, lis to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 8 October 1853

Hwsna aV ' iu - V "§ * W' 'Í * •# I ' t to- rn * II Mr 3> P1 | ¡ f, If ' I. J i./i5* S II >§• El i ;.I La. . —JULLi'! ®fu affotifftlrg *naui*er. " 0«* TO ALL PAKTIBS—<COSTKOLLHO BV NO.**." ~~~Xw?SMITU^ETitol. " ' * ~ ^OTZALEÍ, "TEVVÍT' Kattirday, October 8, I MAS. 1 V. B. PALM EH, the American Newspaper Agent, U /A« on/y mul/urired Agent for this paper in the cities of New York, Hoeton *>id Philadelphia, duly empowered to take ad vnrtlflemeuti at the rates required by us. lita rcceipb will be regarded as payments. py E. W. WILEY, Printer and N«wapaper Agent, 17 St. Charles street, is authorized to act as Agent for the Inquirer in Naw Orleans. Facer.—Wo learn that a slight iroat was seen in some ports of our county on Monday morning last. This was in the prairies. QJ" Delightful weather, this. Nights and mor- nings cool—days worm, but plea«cnt Pott Stork.—We ore pained to annoúnce to our community the decease of this worthy young man, who fell a victim to the yellow fever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 8 October 1853

m éü i i m FALL AND WINTER GOODS! Benjamin B. Peok, Corner qf St. Jamm and & Peten Streete. IS now recolving direct from Neto York, a gen- eral assortment of - Fall and Winter Goods. .'mbraclng nearly every article needed in tnis mar- ket—viz: Fine black Brocade and fkncy dreas ailka; aome ve- ry rich and beautiful French, English and Am- erican Mouslin DeLaines; French and Eng- lish M«rinos of all colon and quali ties; Cruvellis Robes; ~ aiiro;; Alpacas of every ome Silk W< lili auu Ma; Regent a#* Ginghams and Calicoes of4he latea atyle; Cam- bricks; fine Lace Capes and Collars; Chemisette Under Shirts; Cuift, Ac. These are indeed magni- Boof ficent and hard to beat. Also beautifiil Shawls, L. C, Handkerchiefs, Thread, ¿Isacee, Inserting Edgings, Jaconet and Swim do., and fins Silk Lace; Dress Trimmings, 8ilk and Satin seta and Ribbons; Belts and Gloves; fine G ana. Shoes; Inerain, Marino and Silk Hose; and thousands of outer articles in this department too tedious to mentio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 8 October 1853

mm ill ■ Hi ft 41 ii i I * COMMERCIAL. NEW 0RLEA2W,tal*, 88,1803. CúTiox-WlMi business of dtapiut *«tk hua been t<> ft moderate extent, au<l at priiiw rather mora in !;<*or of buyer*. New crop middling ruling uot over lojc., and good middling ut lije. uiid under, uad the i'aius comprising <t()U b«t«M on Saturday, 900 on Mouduv, U00 on Tuesday, W U on Weduesday, laso yoatórdav, muí 160 to day, making an aggre- Professional untl liusincss Curds. — - • ii. .* j-abius .. , .u. r. tu. Park* & Fly, Attorneys & Counsellors 'ut Law, (JOXIÍ.ILKH—TEXAS. Junu4, 1858-ly iJi . Jndianolfi Directory. JMUf LKU I&, , .. V, k. uuuiw. ÍS, kern lata | kalehs, i HUNT & PONTON, will keep constantly ate ALBERT IV. ATTORNEY AT IXMAKOLA, TEXAS. JJAVK on bund and arc constantly receiving ©iy Gootk, Also'* large sml welt as- frtwn Foreign Ports and principal Atlantic i eitiei) nil urtieles Iti their line, vht; Drugs, Medicine , ¡ Dye Htnffl , Oils, Paints, Peiiitiuery, Glassware...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 15 October 1853

SMITH & DA&BT. • • .Proprietor* VOLUME 1. "oris to au. riarás—cont*0¿uu> by nokk." GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15,Í83& THE GONZALES INQUIRER is published every saturday by SMITH & DABST, At $8 00 ptr Annum, payable in Aduano*. 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 rates, to those who advertise by the year. All political addresses will be charged as regular advertisements. Advertisements pot marked with the number of • .insertions will bo published till forbid and charged accordingly. M tetters of a business character mutt be pott 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 Ten Dollars. Loekhart Correspondence. Lockbart, October 1,1858. Dear " Inquirer —'Tis a long time since I addressed you, is'nt it?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 15 October 1853

■¿pT 2 i- f.í !P : ;ü 4 ? I | i'!íl ■ i i I i i;. ' * i ■ A A - I &tw <£ou?alra Inquirer. "üi-*n TO ALL PAKTIE tO.vtkoi.liu> dy «uni." "" 8. W/smIXÍIT ebiÍOB^ ~ «OXZALEV, TEXAVT ~ Saturday, October lft, 1653. ht vTÍT fai.mer GTA friend writing from Victoria requcnU us lo notice a runaway negro. He describes Lim to "The tcIIow fever Is etill prevailing without abatement in Galveston. Reliable information be- fore us satisfies us that the mortality in this place, when considered in reference to it* population, baa been up to tbia time fully as great as in New Or* leans. The Howard Association of Galveston lias expended ull Its fonds in affording relief to the d«.- be,. wd ^ ami ia supposed to be making his way titule poor who have been taken down by the fe- . .. .... r, r. r- ■ , ver. Much yet remains to be done, as it is not to ''«'longs to H. I. Snively, ^ ictoria, be etpccted tbat the epidemic will disappear till we where any information concerning biui can be for- the Am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 15 October 1853

mr FALL AND f>\ $) # o Q0 WINTEK G00DS1 Benjamin B. Peck, Corner of St. James and St. Peter Street . IS now receiving direct from New York, a gen- eral assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, embracing nearly evqry article needed in this mar- ket—viz: Fine black Brocade and fancy dress silks; somo ye- ry rich and beautiful Fronch, English and Am- erican Mouslin DcLaines; French and Eng- lish Merinos of all colors and quali- ties; Cruvellis Roben; Regent Silks; Alpacas of every grade; Some Silk Warpeu; Ginghams and Calicoes of the latest style; Cam- bricks; fine Lace Capes and Collars; Chemisettes; Under Shirts; CuiTs, &c. These are indeed magni- ficent and hard to beat. Also beautiful Shawls, L. C. Handkorchiefe, Thread, Laces, Inscrtings and Edgings, Jaconec and Swiss do., and fine black Silk Lace; Dress Trimmings, Silk and Satin Bon- nets and Ribbons; Belts and Gloves; fine Gaiters and Shoes; Ingrain, Marino and Silk Hose; and thousands of other articles in this department too...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 15 October 1853

<• -ii 'WV^yniiwi - • - •*-- I ; f 9 H rlj I ■ I 1 It • i i COMMERCIAL. NSW ORLEANS, 8 ., SO, IMS. Professional and Business Cards. Indianola Directory. I a. s. nuu. Parker Sc r. H-v. Corto .—We have «gain to notice i I • EOdHtlC extent of tnmnew in om it^áiagtULfie, bat at low- ' ti pric-is, the market baring receded {sjt Tbe rales comprise 1100 Uba on Saturday and Mon-iav, 300 on Tuendav, 1000 on W«fci*iay, WO on Thuraday, and 8Ó0 yorterday, making an ar?regMe for the «eek of 8800 bale*. Tbe receipts from 1«* September to date wmpriM 25,342 bale.< i^nf. 9a,6^4 to the corTeipofMiojc «late la year, show-, decrease of 74,601 bale . Tb« aoek on ; >AVu> LEWIS. r. E. HUGHS. , _ «t, i LEWIS A- HUGHES, Attorneys <v Counsellors at IjStv, Dr«f(xifii« Apoiherarie* 4 CheaMt GOSZALES—TEXAS. , IMPORTERS, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS, Jane 4, 1853-lv HUNT & PONTON, ALBERT n. 31ILL8, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GONZALES, TEXAS. Wili. attcsd Promptly to Buunas cosnva> to IS I)LASO LA, TEXAS, H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 22 October 1853

« 9 THE GONZALES ■# m SMITH & DARST... -Proprietors. "open to al1. parties—coxtrolle 11y.nonk." o m • 9 TEEMS-.. $3 00, In Advance. VOLUME 1. GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1853. THE GONZALES INQUIRER is publishkd eveky satl'hday by SMITH & DARST, At S3 00 per Annum, payable in Advance, TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines or les^) first insertion. .$1 00 For each subsequent insertion !. .50 A liberal deduction will bo made from the above fates, to tlioso Who advertiso by the year. All "political addresses will be charged as regular advertisements. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions will be published (ill forbid and charged accordingly. All letters of a business character must be post paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication must bo .accompanied by the writer's proper name. No communication or advertisement of an abu- sive character will be published on an// t< tins. For announcing candidates' names for any offic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 22 October 1853

fwmm 111 H0 p Í W B mr T w M R* $•:' I tv Hp i ft?.-: Ej'ft 'i ! ;•■ me, «lonjaIra of-knto au. fa Saturday October 99, 1893. District Court. Tito Fall Tonu of the Di.itrict Court for Gonzales County, will commence it session in this town on Monday next, Hon. Fielding Jjpes presiding. The civil docket la ft large one and, though many of the case will be continued, a sufficient number will re- main to be disposed of, which, no doubt, will occu- py thg greater portion, if not all, of its limited tjfñe. trv. B. PAUMKR, the American Newspaper j Several important laud guita, embracing some of Agent, hi the only authorized Agent for this paper ¡ tlie largest and most'valuable tracts in the county, i:1 ™ "«• jt>,f «*>- r required by u& Ill# fcceipU will bo regarded oh *or no oidinwy degree of Intercut. l*or puyinuut*. the benofit of those concerned, and othera who mav W IS. W, WILEY, Printor and Newspaper feel interested, we publish the following list of cau- Ageut, 17 8t. Charle*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 22 October 1853

• i *■ I r t. 35® DIED. In tilia town on Wednesday Jant, Mr. JoSnoA Tiikeadgill, agod about 45 years. Trustees' Notice.- AT a meeting of the Board of Trustees of Gon- zales College, held on the 13th day of Octo- ber, 1853, the folio whig Resolution w¡u unanimous- ly passed: Resolved, That the Board of Tnistees are alone responsible to any patron of the Institution who may consider himself aggrieved by the action of the President and Professors in their employment, and that the President and Teachers uve alone res- ponsible to the Board of Trustees foe tlieir conduct in the discharge of their cflicient duties; and all persons who consider themselves In anyjnauner aggrieved by the President and Professors, must present the matter to the Trustees for their action, and in no case-apply to the Preside^ or Teacher . pTHOS. J. PILGRIM, . F. CIIENAULT, II. EGGLESTON, Trustees : W. V. COLLINS, B. WEEKS, JAMES RAMSEY, LW. II. STEWART. Gonzales, October 2!i, 1838—if - The State of Texas, { COU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 22 October 1853

' \ri* . tnaMP ■y !>,**• ■ jy -1 Ha ■ jm fi * ■ COMMERCIAL. NEW ORLEANS, OCT., 7 —— Rorro*.—We havo ngain to notice 1863. fx tent'of buainey in our leading staple, but nurki.'t having receded |to «low- or pricoH, the market huvlug receded JaJc. Tlio nales comprise 1100 bales on Saturday and Monday, 300 on Tuesday, 1000 on Wednesday, 600 on Thursday, and 800 yesterday, making an aggregate for tlio week of 8800 balen. The receipt® from 1st Septembor to date comprise 23,848 bale against «9,1894 to the corresponding date last year, show- ing a decrease of 74,661 bales. The stock on bund is- 27,187 líales against 70,021 same time in 1862. We .now quote as follows: Liverpool Classification. Middling Fair. ,ll¿all¿ Inferior —a— Ordinary —a— Middling lOalO* Good Middling lOJull 1 air Oood Fair..... Good and Fine. Ciwdles, sperm, per lb Cordage, per lb.... or bbl i i, per bbl, extra. Professional and Business Cards. tl. 8. parker n. V, Parker 4c Fly, FLY. Indianola Directoiy. . V. k. 11uu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 29 October 1853

* •Ft * y w> V. jMl MÜ 't&AÚSltó 't A wr .¿JflMnf • w '... ' *' 1 "! •?•< SMITH ft DAEBT....] "ohk tó all pabtibs—contboll1d jiy konb." i VOLUME X. GONZALES, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29,1858. IM.i') > <« «I BMk ' j-rtfc'j.f' x m ''tl ii.li not marked with tho nunibor of published till fbrbid and charged is published eveky saturday bí smith a danst, ■At |3 00 p*r Annum, payable in Advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. One square, (ten lines or less)t«t insertion. .(1 00 For each subsequent insertion.... .„..........60 A liberal deduction will be made from the above rates, to those who advertise by the year. ^AUpditical addresses will be charged as regular Advertisem insertions will accordingly. All lotters of a business character mmt be post paid, to insure attention. Every communication for publication must bé 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' nam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Gonzales Inquirer — 29 October 1853

m Ü «? Stir Motílale fcuqutrcv. TMCLtta'av xask." "opus to all pabtiKtf—CONTBOl S?W?Tm fTHTBD ¡ T 0 ft, . v-v - VWN^ GOÜZAL1 Saturday,. October 39, 1853. if I I:, a Lavaca County. We li*vc had occasion several times to «peak of the growth and prosperity of this new county, and being really much interested in tliat fine section of country, we were gratified a few day ulnce to re- The Disease at Lavaca. The Indiatwla Bulletin, of the J9th inst, ton- taina the following concerning the yellow fever in that town and Lavaca: Sib—I give below the naiaes of persons who ceive from a friend the following (ketch of if no-, have died here since my note of the !>th inst.; meroua advantage , which lit a more detailed ac- HT V. B. l'ALMKH, the American Newspaper Agent, in the only authorized Agent for tliia paper in the cities of New York, Boh ton and Philadelphia, duly empowered to take advertisement at tho rates required by us. Ilis receipts will be regarded e* payments. CT E. W. WILEY, Print...

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