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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South West — 17 October 1860
CITY OF WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1860. The Proud Milkmaid. It was more than a hundred years ago, upon a brilliant afternoon of September, a coach and four, covered with dust, had just stopped in front of the only tavern of a small village in the " merry country of France." The hostlers were busy taking the harness from the jaded horses, and, amidst sundry ejaculations and impatient exclamations, were exchanging eommen- - tarii'íí jnvin T1h> tusk of iirufitniiaB ef the traveller. The latter ljad disappeared with tlufnost in thb bright and cheerful kitchen, where, in those days, guests and hosts used to partake, together, of the same fare. After giving his orders for a houutifui repast, and adding that he want- ed it in a hurry, as he wished to reach, before night, a large town, somewhat dis- tant, he had sauntered along the street, gazed at by the children at play, and by the old woman spinning in front of their dwellings. All delighted to have such an event as a " trav...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South West — 17 October 1860
)NS, Editor. OCT. 17,18®S I k Co., So. lit Naasaa St ceive and ~c«ipt ft* all , is au -ws=e ~ HB Mr. BitáS to WOT authorized traveling and Corresponding Editor. i ómr especial íM ■■ Mr. R. M. BiíüJtQSLBT. ie one of our duly cd traveling Agents less inherit-' The Peril that menaces the Feaoe of I the insultfrttr insinuation expones the flimsy tex- Texas. 1 tnte of the contemptible dodge. For how could ThfMpoke the great conservative leader of the ; -1 review of the past, and glimpse of the future—Xe- cither party damage the other by simply charg- ANdjVFER. r old Wing party. He tells u-¡ that the North— ! cessity of military organization far pwiecfibn. ing (what has been overwhelmingly proven) that is not whjfan t|e federal«¡¿glfe not submit one moment." to sectional rule: | The New York Herald recently Temarked of abolition emissaries had instigated our negro government has or lula not Mús or that jurisdiction i j,(i nof mistaken in supposing that we are ; the exposed situation of Te...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South West — 17 October 1860
Who are the Enemies of their Race? The Crkep op m BUCK Rbítbi^ws—their Dcsig.vs Vxioi.Dtn—Rjvautt of Whites, Ln- mass -ixn negroes—tub boij avowals of personal rights contato e4ÍBth?> Phnsti- but what is the wrath of man. Slavery must be —that is. "when the slaves shall rise." and " the tution." met not only on political grounds, bat "on all oth-! torch of the incendiary shall ligln up (he town- In Oct. 135(5. at Detroit. Mr. Seward Declared, er grounds whether social economical or moral, and cities of the South"—we are solemnly a?sur- ••lf we (of the North) have inherited the demor- Ours is no holiday contest. Xor is it a strife of ed that then •• tho legitimate powers oítheGnv- alization of slavery, we have also attained the rival factions, of White or Red Roses : of theatric ernment" will be "exerted for (negro) freedom.'" virtue, required for emancipation." Neri and Beauei; but it is a solemn battle be- That •• Constitutional power" will be exerted. In the same month, in an a...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South West — 17 October 1860
<Telag*i¿."] . f Aiirienlturu! Essay uve rarely presented i with so much pleasure, ur taruiers may read with so > article Is full of suggestions t attention. And should future in tie corree tu of hi* deduc- , tdt which there can be little doubt, he will t as a benefactor of his coun- i lie so modestly puts forth, w-nts be of tuitofci value would begrudge the coat of a i Bade the medium of making public Farmers and Planters of Testern and Northern Texas- BT WW. H. PARSOKS. ^Mtw^to"^^^American^^VVhr vr'thi''-, rstohlishefl thfi sitpiri'ir flic HM-t livitlis/.nio nf tii" hmuaii ports in 1858, amounted to 612,486 bbls.,; ity of Texas wheat ; and it is a sufficient spceies. In Ireland, the potato constitu- tion of fluur u.-s u staple. artiele "I diet, and the vast inadequacy ol the snip- ism, enterprise, and spirit of adventure,so •*'" *" ~ ' 1 f printers generally, \v otiier What Becomes of aix thk Printers?— ^ ^ _ The following ineident will doubtless be valued at over four, mill...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South West — 16 January 1861
%..., - m- > 4 «fcari * V :;/ -S- ..• ** .iv.^. .«fe .,. •■" •-• hjl« " '• -■ ■■ ;r>^ "!,--->"-í> Si -V : '-• ' *ii^- V / %** '*■-: N. ' *■ ?&É> 5* VOL. 1. m- .J-áfe' "y ICOUS, ; " rvj-.- .^_ ,-v. .* • A .-.A*.- Aa¿*AV.V*'VV'---^"-' Hí>tt Women Treat Each Other.v [Ají nfi^ladyis talking to her grand- ttivis subject,J ng once, antf girl ^wee.t as lugo, ai 'shriven; she was a cifcat «reUtat a vnatl A OF WACO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1861. ■— HMICtCfU She was beat "l«ir< ;w its brilliant like funii and face, revelry. That liigl tioMS bride, t(T"flfe tí) whom she bad. gii heart was a tall, nobj of twenty-oue «uunj gewus^waf nisBc brow, «irle iit (hat'pj dp light -Yénus- ! the hall of i led, a beau- He and her shéiby request -From the Galveston News. To the Women of Texas. bt a sovthkkx matjiox. In the present political crisis, whertSfeur T revolution ; when her righ • aje eotopro- erties at stake them Let hs tiiwi be satisfied to wear goods of .Southern ma...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South West — 16 January 1861
> ~-r\-£ PCBÚWKD BVERlr BY BRANBeai & TKBMS i Two Dollars aad Flf Araam—Invariably la WACO, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 16, 1861. HMD RIVER, for the sequenti lowed to ( i inserted at $1 per square | and 50 cents for each sub- on. & liberal discount will be al- t advertising by the year. is must be paid in advance, or no nam« wilf tjceptered on our books. We cannot go to all parte df tHe-'State to collect the small amount of $2 50. \ValiaTe<a.loptedihe cash prin- ciple as best for all parties, and wiH adhere strict- ly to it in all .cases. All business letters containing subscrip- tions, advertising, or orders for job work, will be addressed to J, Qur MgV: NATffigjgi includ- Cteeks, Chickasaws tc reliably-informed, ►,000 of tlicT best fight- continent. These people f, occupy a splendid body of lands, and have every interest identi- fying them with the South, undespecially the people of Texas. The late forays «f the Kansas bandits were gotten up upon the pretext of pro- tecting the ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South West — 16 January 1861
*>í3 "nrotbers , has not eatir lefoi1 ' of which ' t even we a rc North IsimMone, ° -«0i yoar owing that our dent as a member, # a true hearted Southerner. We or our agreement, of which we having a sufficient number printed to Hood e Southern country ; and we feel confi- the editors of our Southern press will not fail to do all in their power to forward this noble enterprise. - Von will please send us the names of the sub- scribers. as we Intend transcribing them in a book Kept for the purpose. Very respectfiilly, Hombspi x Society. TTavitii'' neen-io"nji -no¿n«iíd <£■ i orSS ' -•«".¡ or resjpK^laJi í op Kumoe Hill nftáileTüCanada. I in the year 1J*('C-oi. i-wnct, a T**™?' •'"-f H „,(per Honse. bought a question before the leg 'sums of money tor goods manuhictnred at the ¡ ** —n,„ sens of the spend, unnecessarily, large Buth West. - enter ob- íBIüfik Re- nt moment, ottej&Hrthc to 'atiHHrlmAermiwUe the its of nigyü^i to point ont arfy jusfrgrounds tty. or If there wá*one al...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South West — 16 January 1861
He TtíakwBo dafcion in r}t\% it entirely to the , Jan. lSStTTift* - t frota tiieStates. 7. c-nsioi} pseu . ilwcrjtci. ., or thFTL<*;i Monday Jan, 12t1i, 1861. ! <f#W York City. The mails liad faite*) us the two past |,^ÍÜ¡y2 *£"■ trips.—Late papers from ^Galveston of the elty from the State, 10th brought no intelligence, indicatingan to acco ° "0t * "" Üi ^Fe ' entire failnre of mail by steanierr are however, indebted t¡ > J. If. Carter of the (rm of Carter & Hardin of this city, r who arrived by today's stáge, front.-An- :~1 gnsta, Georgia direct, by New Orleans, íbr late New Orleans 1), i ic*|of' the 8th, from that city. For tiie benefit, esjiocial- ly of our civtenipmarirs in the adjacent counties, we condi-nee the hi test and most mes- York d the formation of a free end violent measures important telegrajt points. The report |nibiÍKÍU'd iimitr i 3th relative to t!i • .<<•'/.it a- and ^'J^ort Paulaslii at tlte jmmth iuU-Ik'.s IVuiii all MIC river by the (u •ofJ...