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Customs & Immigration - I.E1TKX r*e»l BKOWSKYILLK. ad- to...
I.E1TKX r*e»l BKOWSKYILLK. ad- to iii'.'jwxHvn.LK, .May r,, 1472. The movements of the revolutionists have pu.-'zled the inhabitants of region. They have ' gijne without having fired a single allot at the ions of " the despot Juarez." Why, no one can tell. There is ;:. very remarkable tact connected with tho demonstration against MatainoroH. The forces of Oer.i. Juan Nepomacino Cortina have been kept busy. This hero determined not to enter Slatarnoros if he could help it. He had to concentrate his "armed merchants " and preserve his own scalp. During-the time that he ,'aas been thus employed, there has been scarcely anything done in the cattle stealing business. Tho other day an Inspector of Customs said he had been here more than a year, and that he had aeon beoves crowed into Matamoroa by tho Brownsville ferry buf, once, and that while the nrnnunci- adus -were in vicinity of the heroic city. These things require no comment. ' 4 l/AREZ A2i'I OWi.TINA. HEMFSTZAI), TES., Hay 10, ISTi. The proispects of the planter iu this B£«;i lomss , K , M m o n y m e e j j g if this j section are more promising than they : ].,,.,,,! . A ithout h . a ve been at any corresponding pcnod j JII)e e r/iin- since the a the war. Ne.-.rly aJ the plantations give ocular demonstration of good and careful tillage. There was a considerable influx of immigrants among us last winter, all of whom arm hard-working, moral men and women. The examplo of tliese urd;iy, J. Shepherd, TUB people, I think, has nut been wholly j wcro lost on the frecumen, for they nave ' displayed more systematic industry j than has 'ueen their wont heretofore, i Tha overflow of_ the Brazos, aorne rr.,m_ r. lime ago, did but little damage, and the waters soon subsided, that little was speedily repaired. Squares on cotton are common everywhere, and on some plantations they were Fecn ten or fifteen days ago. It ia probable there are blooms now on. some plantations, and there certainly will be plenty in a few days. Cora, too, looks well, and thffre has been ample acreage devoted to this giiain. The heiilth of the country ia good, and, all 'things considered, the prospects From W. Froni From Kiom tluiiH money From From Hill From Hill

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 15 May 1872, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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