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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Patriot — 2 August 1861
i ■—i i. í RIOT. nyf*& 1IWzí YOL. 1. GILMER, TEXAS, PR] AUGUST 2, 1861 ÑO. 25. t I RICHARDSON & SMITH, TEXAS, OUlétiQÉE: Proprietors. 1*2XAS PATRTOT. "Pico Dollars and a Half in Advance.? - - * * 1. RICHARDSON it J. E. SMITH Publishers and Proprietors. 1 0 R4TES OF ADVERTISING, m 3 months. 6 months. 12months. 1 square $ 5.'..* $ 8 $10 2 Miuares 10.t 15........ 18 3 " 15 22 28 4 " 20 30,... fi " i 25.. 35.... 6 " ....... 30 40........ co Half a column ... 35.£&. , One column -.. 70..~ . _. A'lvertiseinonls not specified as to time will be published until ordered out,, and charged at the asnal rate oft'Sl per square for the first, and 50 cents ior each subsequent insertion «^Communications promotive of personal interest, wtirue qN^ed asadvertisement , t,, PewonSlrticles, when admitted loour cólnrans, will be charged doable the advertisin g rates. Obituary notices excéeding one square,will charged as advertfaétóents. Ten lines Or less Constitute one square. AH transient adv...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Patriot — 2 August 1861
gttia- W VOL. 1. TEXAS PATRIOT. =£= A. II. APPLETON, Editor. GILMER: FRIDAY AUGUST 2, 18tf*. S:iVicriptIoa, Tiro Dollars and Invariably In Ailianrr. -eta Hon. JM. 1). Graham. t&" No paper will be discontinued at this office, nntil all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publishers. "tSi Oír Our Gilmer Subscribers will, in future, call at the Office of the Patriot for ♦heir papers, unless they have boxes at the Post Office. ANNOUNCEMENTS. GOVERNOR. rt"> a:ithoriz"d to announce TTon. KDWARD rr,\liK as a rwiidato for Governor, at the en- suing August election. LT. GOVERNOR. We are nnthorized to announce J. M. CROCK- TTT. of Da'la* as a candidate for the office of Lieutenant Oovprn^r. .COM. GEN. LAND OFFICE. •> ■> (tnthorizod to announce GEORGE TV VAV VTiT.Jv. of Trier conntv. as a candidate for Commissioner of the General Laud Office. FOR CONGRESS. Wk *• a!i"iori7nd to announce name of Eol. It. R. fTnhharil, of Tfler. ^piuntv. as a candidate to renresvnt, this...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Patriot — 2 August 1861
I • If is t VOL. lv TEXAS States were the aggressors. He proceeds miliar relation- which exist between this to declare that his dntj—so free from the OoAernment and the títateS osnally termed power cf ingenious sophistry as that the "Border slave States" \vliich cannot prop- world should net be able to misunderstand. erly be withheld from notice The libarte, And in the deGance of his own state- of our people are animated by statiraents ment that lié gave notice of the approach towards the inhabitants of those States of a host ¡te fleet, he charges these S'.atea vvhiáh has found expression in your exact with being the assailants of the ifnited ment. refusing to consider them enemies or States, without gun in sight or expectancy &a'hoi¡ze hostilities against them Thai a; to return their fire, save a tew in the fort. verY large portion Ot the people ofth"o*e; He is, indeed, fnlly justified in saying th t States regard ns as brethren-that if un- the cause ¡3 so free from the powers ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Patriot — 2 August 1861
D ?Ll 7 •j J yol. 1. texas-^patriot. no. 25. Gen. Houston in Cabanga. Last Monday morning, the name of Geo Sam. Houston, of Texas, was entered on the register of the Dallas Hall as one of the late and distinguished arrivals. Two gentlemen sent their cards to him— I took their seats in the parlor, and in a quiet dignity, waited for his appearance. They waited a l<mg time, but old San Jacinto did not appear. At length, their patiencn "worn out," and they left. Soon after it was announccá that the General was ready to rpceive company, and Col. G con- sented to act as master of ceremonies. Sev- eral gentlemen expressed a desire to be pre- sented to him. They marched up stairs to the parlor, headed by the Colonel, where the^Gcneral was standing ready to receive them. They were introduced in dne form, and invited to take seats. Each and every eye in the room, save those of the Colonel himself, commenced a critical examination of the person of the General, who bore it with patieut digni...