Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 4, Number 2, May, 1994 Page: 65
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Colorado County, Texas: Its Health, Climate, Soil, Advantages and Resources
THE CROP PROSPECT FOR 1877
is quite flattering. Corn, cotton, sugar-cane, potatoes, oats, millet and vegetables of all
kinds, are looking remarkably well, and we may safely count on a full crop of all kinds
TO LAND-OWNERS OUT OF THE STATE.
Non-resident land-owners will please bear in mind that under the new
Constitution recently adopted by the State, the taxes on lands are assessed and collected
on the same in the county in which they are located.
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