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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 September 1853

1 VOLUME ONE—KVMB SEGTOT, GUADALUPE .COUNTY, SEPTEMBER 24, ¿853 S&mwr; ***** i time, ine*] 3,1853. : i fear your by thedull and from me. Yet youattheggsent me, but I iSfit was whole distance, along the base of the mountains, \ the plain "was extremely rich and fertile; prairie and proves of timber, hills and vallies all covered with a rich and luxuriant coat of grass. At length I ,hove in sight of San Antonio, and entered It in'the midst of mud honses with fttaw covers, or, in other words, they might be termed ex-peon dená, as jmsightly as yon conld I pushed along a narrow, dirty, street, until Í arrived in front of the old Alamo. Here I paused with a shudder, as I recollected the bloody deeds done in and that stately old pile. I thought of and Bowie, who «o nobly stood shoe- deep in blood, and formed i- breast-work of dead I gave a sigh to the mem- of those brave patriots who fell here, fight- nre, and the ing Cor the liberty of this beautiful country, beauty 'and Crossing the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 September 1853

:<v AND TELEGRAPH. -A— ' -*= y^eux¿*ménaaev :~tát<?*it-¡i^**mL qj ^t. 3.—•'Che tota! interments to tiay i -wr-.. - • ^^fiijyérjirttPé decrease on the import of "tonse is closed. All' THE TEX AX- MEIVCÜRY is íi BUSHRD every sa*TÍI>AT iíORKIXG, AT sec l in", ' ' BY J. D. BUCHANAN. its of tlie yellow ts were 21; ttkú •; <# fhig State Qoh- ,4 ;*iehaid , J ^ filias steamship frdb iJveijwol. She cotton market closed t ófcotton tyrthree portare were -ioi - took 9d to iragBHE ¿ France TKRMS : Subscription per year^ in áilrancc.: $ 2 50 - - , • if not in advance .* 3 00 - 1f unpaid within'the year 4 00 No subscriptions will lie taken far a less time than one year, nalesw by special agreement. All dnes may 1* remitted by ihail, in available notes, at the risk of the editor. The postage of all letters must be paid, to insure attention. TERMS OP ADVERTISING I One dollar per square of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each suhseqnent one. A reasonable d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 September 1853

«f ■ '♦ I • - •, v •/ •-.;• *•< - w i #* M* M- f* ■V Ift bitten it, by a dog point. ject three ~*?e 'tüW that jrula- dollars. and nnhes- of and dog-sell- thls boy is the ¡been bit- 1 a * ' ten-years V--4T' •' • .[ venom wide- WIWDOt MMr- .%««f • ----- ' ■ • ™ • fr, it corrupted the souls While ! fives of its victims. And itly assert, has never madness for the Elias seen rWi- _ .r^5" "i ■- >. ■ y ' . .i- at the altar to déatfc ; children flee* i the cruel maniac «ho should •ad fiKir refuge. 'Aid Urtibk ; dfeo- I ¿Met. ?.Wbat is Committee ok tiie Whole?—?A de- líberative body goes into committee of the whole when it suspends the rules of order for the pur- pose of allowing unlimited debate on some sub- it is deemed requisite to discuss restraint. The motion to" go into com- the whole upon the state of the Uqion," juently acted on during the debates on Constitution of the United Stains, when it became necessary to, debate all sorts of questions touching the welfare of the, countr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 September 1853

w « •i M WEk % * jé US 19 * ^ X s^, .v> -V ¿'-¡if room,up«Hrf Ps in the pouring all my confl- tablc; aml< Í; one of Colt's my M brtnnets or ry Cobbler! Satán éug 2^' hr^üM ífc «w* IW^tor (whom they Ions;: some great, an owl phk, a gold- and'«alloos heart tte my wrist, > and longitude of my in the ri'os, and -than there are en, he'll bother l -to scratch off a hiero- rf ordering five times then, I shall ^have v .the apothecary's Racing is ,ü' i ■"'v-íri & ÜfS My Name ip Haines."—There are thousands of people in this country who make use of the common expression " My name is Haines," when they are about leaving a place or party suddenly, ypt fefr know from whence the expression is de- rived. A more common saying, or one in more general use, has never been got up. We hear it in Maine &nd Georgia, Maryland,'and in Arican- it is in the mouths of old and young, the graveymd gay—in short, "My name is Haioes," enjoys a popularity which no other slang or'cant phrase has ever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 1 October 1853

mg* fp* % ; 7 3 - v«. J K u r < ' •# .T* .v MERCURY. H.T. editor and proprietor SEGrUIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, OCTOBEK 1, 1853. VOLUME ONE—NUMBER III. s BT OF FLORIDA—CESSION OF ISIANA. THOIAS H. BENTON. St J- ieal party lines, and the introductien of the f slavery question into the federal elections and . . legislation, and bringing into the highest of I was a member of the bar at t °^' ™ I those elections—those of president and vice- the then territory of Missouri, in t e year , presj¿ent—a test which no southern candidate whan the Washington City newspapers ma e I could stand. The repugnance in the north-east known ihe progress of the treaty with Spáui was no^ merejy ^ territorial aggrandizement in whkii was signed the 22d of February following, ^Qth-west, but to the consequent extension and which, in acquiring Florida gave away exas. I ^ sjavery ¡n that quarter; and to allay that I was shocked at it at the cession of exas, an repUgnance) an(j to prevent the slavery extension the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 1 October 1853

f > ■ m g«?*: *'*Z I -V-' • . * r*Ai of Texas.—The fol- of our State, made 1850, interesting. It is compiled the census reported by the ' thiü..S. C^Mos: had contributed to the free were as follows: — * 9t; Vermont, 414; Rhode Island, 56; New York; 1,589; New 1,005; Delaware, of Colombia, 35; Ít Carolina, 5,155—South, ; Florida, 365; Alabama, Louisiana, 4,412; 4,693;' Tennessee, >; Ohio, 941; Michigan, 1,190; Illinois, 2,855; Mis- , ,109; Wisconsin, 45; Terri- ], natire, 137,053. population of our State, were of the following doun tries: England, ' 1 403; Scotland, 261; Wales, ■ M*l; France, 647; Spain, 62; 8; Holland, 14; Italy, 134; Russia, 10; k,' 49;. Sweden, 48; I, 4; British America, 131; Central America, 3; South est Indies, 22; Sandwieh Islands, ries, OO.-r-Total, foreign, 16,114: V if ' -S* ¡>,151,431. of deaf and dumb: 33 white males 6 male and 3 female slaves—* : destitnte of sight:—36 white males 2 free colored males and 1 _ 2 female «laves.—Total, 16. in Texas ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 1 October 1853

EK3Í mi sSJ i mm -1 baa been sy by Ji. Se- favor with the the perpetual be seea from by him at the 2dof Máylast: ^iswaa his duty, the of these to the Wttd com- - in «.using Arago, two clocks separate «jases, wooden strip or and at the each other. going alone, the second After a certain, time had be m vibrations -through the distance of The first of of .the bodies on A Soke Cbre for Snaks Bítes.—The follow- - - S ■ . ing remedy has been tried in many cases, and nyely ever fails: Take a piece of ihigo as large as the end of your thumb, dissolve it in camphor or brandy, and drink it; then apply a poultice of the same to the bite. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OÍ THE MAILS. The Indiaaola mail arrives on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 11 o'clock, a. m. The New Orleans mail, usually, by the Saturday's coach. Leaves for Indianola on Mondays ■ad Fridays, at 12 o'clock. The New Braunfels7 mail arrives on Mondays and Fri- days, at 1Q¿ o'clock, a. m. Leaves on the same days, at 12 o'clock. The San , Antoni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 1 October 1853

jr w m ;*3M TBMi AXD ABJURATION, eminent astronomer Galileo, was Roman Inquisition of his day the do«tti*e, notr abuml- apduniversally received, our planetary sys- sevoral orbs pe- aronnd the tenter, has been ,bat not folly admitted, met assertions that what ~ Was not the abstract but the pre- latter to base it npon Scripture. We feel friend who has/ent os, Magazine, for February, translation of the sentence, actu- OD Galileo by the P^pal Inquisitors, his abjuration therein Exacted, affirms that this sentente had in English save in a pro- and that of the" following «. The intrinsic evi- ls very decisive. * It may. profitably be of Papal in* who regard dissent of Scripture insisted on sects as synou- and consider! GALILEO) BT 188 COCBT OF D.QCI3I- TH HTS ABJTRATIOX. of the title of Holy Cross of ¡ór^ia, brother Felix Certinns, of Arfastatia, snrnamed of Ascu- the title of St. Mary of the *• .. '.v? - Z+ V v$l % «P YV ¿s: •• m of St. Charter snrnamed of Cre- Antonius Barbarinas, 'sur-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 8 October 1853

: ' ¡ ■jflS /- "I fl mm )B AND PROPRIETOR. SEGUIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, OCTOBER 8,; 1853.- the beautiful comet now mm ture of toe. fieavens, with Encke's ets ofthe its révdlution in Itvfs smalfy 'awl, éxcept invisible to ; Approaches the rah io about fit its . about the distance of Jupiter. manifests a striking peculiarity; •1 tneawmg - m tne wora draws nearer and nearer to the ran. comets" is not a new idea. It by Ne\Vton, -who in a conversa- tion with his ' nephew thus expressed . himself, ((OimstáPs Letters:) " I cannot say when the coBet of 1680 will fall into the sun; possibly after Ire or.nl relolutions more; bat when that of the ran will be so raised by and all -animal it will perish."* The opinion of Sir on the Jaws of attraction; have attributed the '8 comet tó á resisting medium, or slackens, as it were, the projec- a preponderance to the ' * . . • a.véry seHous objection to if it exist, a^l also act'upoii and how- mJJS* in tte'sobft system We fead of it ÜS W says Play fait, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 8 October 1853

m* oat to survey a northern route Padfic raifroad, reached Camp Cashing, neto the month of the YéHowstone on the third of Jfiily. The company divided into Jtíree parties, Loáis, and examined as maay all centreing £t the' month of .The St. Louis Republican thq company, unofficial, it is authentic to justify that the following remarks: the practicability of the route the expedition passed, nothing is said " Notes." Perhape, in the a*bsence of the of thq chief of the expedition, it was this should be so. We have private however, that the facts to be corn- will satisfy Congress and the country, that this ivute will not do. If it be practicable la cohstruct a railroad at all, it must be at an e normo as expense; and over * country not adapt- ed to it, mr fikeif to be populated for ages to Om feet may be stated in proof of this, tpedithm traveled for eight' days without a tree or wood in any chapé. There was evidence, also, that much of the country was subject to anual overflow, and a ver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 8 October 1853

mp ^ 11* ¡y TES >ted to Mr. W. Vf. Leland, of , for tteeofiy of ^Mtioiates we pub* Ush to i*ff ef Mr. Séptimos Norria, of Phila- de)IpM , of the probcMe cost of building and nOrosd, including locomo- ud all the incidental con- ia fall operation; togeth- of the dear profits over regular and contingent expenses. Is a practical railroad-bmlder, and In the eonstraction alone , of the between St. Petersbnrgh and Mos- no little practical ralne to his calcn- eoncernmg the infinitely .greater enter- prise (tan the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean. His estimsteware made ontupon the request and for the infprmation of certain members of the N$w Yorit Atlantic and .Pacific Railroad Compaaj, rsceatíy chartered by our legislature, frsm which it wifl appear that the company are *t oaibe proceeding to -> According to these estimates of Mr, Norris, X fixing the length of the road at two thousand "miles, which Ü the greatest length of any calcu- lation yet iaade from the-Mississippi river,) it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 8 October 1853

•V r#r%- 7 ^Oü . tea degrees farther '"' 4 máeh Parmer & éold never elimate oí "Enjr- fKjopte,,• 'mystery, tírefen 50 nñVl 55 degrees a milder climate than óf 40 and 45 are'situated in ilie # enrrents, 'which flow across apon and circuíate around Islands, wfiich are sifc- have warmer winters which i¿¡ situated south. In the city of are in the month .of and it was never below years, and • tjien onTy in latitude temperature in ináuy places of New York to n temper- Uuts is only in Jau- !, nor the world, .1 climate peen- , ; This must ji&smm ; . . ■ causé is, as we however, j to moist breefces Qvor the Atlantic, is on cráture < 9 ¿Uw , To for latitude. be unknown. lines eflat- thaft •the Pacific and 11 J, as in CTSMn,--^ anrga***r.TT" A «¿mu-*nw>' LAND OF $ HE S&ÜTH. BT A. B . M K.E K. I.ánu of the South—imperial laacl! Ijottproud thy pioimtains rise! IIow sweet iliy ffccncs o;i eroy Land! Ho.r fair tliy covering skits! lint not fur thl—oli, noi for th«.::c, I lore thy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 15 October 1853

p pj ■ l: • * ¡gggj lii n l; f" 35 f W - ' * s*ár " " j - . ysfi JM ¡P m ■••i. y t' i c ■ — AND PROPRIETOR. SEGUI!, GUADALUPE COUNTY, OCTOBER 15, 18o3. * 7 t ' OLUMJá OXE^XCMBJ .MAD. MEN. i •, reports of the £Kp pro- of funeral plodding pas- t awfety and grie£«id Off waiting ¡«mí hud slowly 'swept the wealthy, nodding with „ the hears* preceded by of death. mtm babes will sleep not the less soundly from the unwonted contact! v The fumes rise up in deathly exhalations from the accumulating hecatombs of fast-coming Men wear at their noses bags of cam- torous spicks—for there are crowds the/e who have no business there but fo look on "tend contemplate the vast congregation of the dead. They don't care if the/ die themselves— they have become so used to the reck of corrup- 'rtiey even laugh at the riotings of the l&ebton Death, and crack jokes in the horrid where scarcely they can draw breath for utterance. The stoical nqjroes too, who are hired at five dollars per hour to assist in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 15 October 1853

H& % f tAars.—It is but too common-, in ■making, excitcment-hanting Ippk do*n apon the arts, (we mean painting, music, sculpture, etc.,) as nay, as a waste of time, to msineSs. The fine arts, they ial to life; nations may acquire ppwer without them, while indi- .v$ their time and money in not soft persuasions. The conse- sort of reasoning is á neglect of • want of sympathy for what is truly the absence of taste for all nobler enjoyments. The arts, not the hero- in or the industry of the Greeks, hare made them the iMtraetors of mankind, and secured to that wonderful people an immortality which will 1 everlasting changes of ages. T^he of the Chinese can be carried back to a than that of Pericles; bat it has not able to save the celestials from the most materialism that ever held the facul- ties of a people captive for centuries. And we, too, thoogh a Christian nation, are IpbfetofcU into the-same, gross materialism, without the humanizing and elevating influences of the Fine Arts....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 15 October 1853

t unífiXsS&i Á PmroKKKOH.—Considerable interest has of late in the case of Cornelios a native of Schoharie county, New York, who, for the last five, years, has been buried in the most profound sleep, with but of consciousness. A private of thifa extraordinary phenomenon evening, at Academy Hall, in the presence of a limited number of spectators, eoapoaed principally of medical gentlemen of j|Ü«fyand members of the press, in the course " the subject underwent a most thorough ts - Mr. Yroman is now thirty-seven years of age. He is a nan of ordinary ability, though unedu- cated, and, previous to this singular attack, had beca employed as a common laborer on a farm. No hereditary predisposition to disease of any to have existed in his family, and previois to the commencement of hit Ave year's nap had been good. In the Winter of 1848 he «Xperienced the first symp- i of his disease, which manifested themselves fcttack* of stupor, which gradually in freqoency, and finally resulted in h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 15 October 1853

J •* SfeSsp Ü of War from his his short ñted by the it, at which and who wet In an appropiate this address Colonel V> - Vi position as a State- State sovereignty was In joining the entering into a ;ticut surrender her JMd she abandon the prin- ependene^was declared? up hec'iigMa as a State, of the Revolution were him a State- his profession mm of tiw south asé are fast friends S|ate sovereignty it. Col. , Twenty-seven he jpassed through have been the it with i complicated to. be endowed with rea- forward and back, transversely, ~ >nature of its work requires. the joiner's plane [turn- we have seen to-day, the south and west They are the surpris- j, and "contribute country. *. in Hartford, are of- Texas to protect State from Indian are used tsuch as these are M and are the The marks oif prosperity w&frpá. The been drowned city; all is active Education—A Beautiful Extract.—I had rather,'for the. appearance, if I must choose between them, see the country dotted all over at it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 22 October 1853

w .*• A' ■f ■■ %j;: '?.> . ' v v--.:. li ,K '4 T 4áa H. T. BURKE, EDÍtO& ANIJ PROPRIETOR. AO. SEGUIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, OCTOBER 2ft, 1853. VOLUME ONE—NUMBER VI. ÍLISH CONSTITUTION. •/ TB 6UUN OK GMVtNCS.] nations the British people i ^example of those mixed been sought that 4 J#, without their "evils. Constitution has according to any pits latest perfeeters hare bring its pre-existing portions harmoáions accommodation Centuries have la- an<l the" workup the best; No modern a htstorr so noralal as. institutions bf its patriare} ! i nowhere so complete as among branch of the race, .behind it so val- W^r«.;'fc lal system so com-'] ■ I MUM r ■ >ir" ' Pi ye\ fr . at home and abroad so other, been ablen to abase And, m fine, the 3*7 ¡re: rarchy hi view, which, with Its royal pope at its head, strives toward a national unity in faith, as Catholicism after a universal, we seem, to strike upon the elements of a theocracy. When we glance at the general public spirit of the people...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 22 October 1853

í. <■'&*HC' y- -•? the fate of internal and an ex- tht tyes of all, xiT God. Nor which we con- 9T others, which often make lot iü reality a «lark or solitary, cheer- Our characters, oor spirits fate or accident subjects the events of life for bitter or sweet ; and its f<mn and solidity • icertain acid, so the hard by the operations of least resembling them- mlitik of stady and of thought mea a cala and tranqnií state pursuits gently excite, and peaoefcUythe highesfcfacul- Vlwtjge brings with -oay and empti- We reach the placed acroSB cfscieu«; ahd we at life's ex- ajl, we know , ^it i^allthat years, ' that the POnly tí , knowl- i word aad his works—the of tint high science, itures.—[Jwpes. i-, -W- h mind and of his heart 'jfi* '* ■ -• L- té talk of eager lore) of'the south; we HH excit- we qui si we apply to.' $*e into the indi- íÍ8 due to educa- Wj* Is^/the and the enf* 9oes the hot ■ fpj EM! -.4. the oí the the donds; Vf7 rii toreo r but títere hi something it the dream ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 22 October 1853

m-: v- • BULSBM4XH CORRESPONDENCE. W evesing's edition, ^ the correspondence r Hobemano, Austrian Charge and Mr. Marcy, the of State, relative to the It would be superfluous to i of so novel and deep an perusal}. > The reply of Mr. full/aud considers with t MÁ m ?-i -3} lights and bearings, and ly justifying the conduct of l officials, and firmly, bnt .courte* the demands of the Austrian mp *V-1 , date August 29. summary of the Bmytn*. He does ence was furn- Constaátino- éver dedared.his intention, of the'Uaited States; but he ft^cesseó himself to the ions which he ¿feos discussion, to wit: ■¿be disputed jurisr •eft the legation 'T and the in States i regard to the first ques- mai^tains that Kossfta has fit. m- in Tur- Rattle-snake Bites.—An exchange paper Sltys:—"The other day, when coming up the river on the Harry 'Hill, a fellow passenger fromthe State of Arkansas told us of the follow- ing remedy for the bite of a rattle-snake, which he himself had-tried upon fee vera! of his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 22 October 1853

*0- • f T; 'mm #is mi liqaor than people .were assembled, a I fn tí crowd cried oat, " .Mr. Dentón, 3 lied. Yon promised us not jj¡ bat better; liquor. Where m -rw: i4t*c ,v;$ r* ■■A • • V: féjH sí#? í.—One Peni Denton,] 'How Mc&at Mej His Fate.—The sentence Texas, advertised a7of tW military commission was read to him with due solemnity. He listened to it as he would Jiave listéned to a cannon of another battle dur- ing his military life equally without emotion or bravado. He neither, asked* for pardon, for delay, nor for appeal. He advanced of his own accord toward the door, as if to accelerate the catastrophe. The door opened on a narrow espla- nade, lying between the towers of the castle and the outer walls. Twelve soldiers with loaded muskets awaited him thbre. The narrow space did not permit them to stand tit a sufficient dintance to deprive death Of a part of its horror. Murat, hi-stepping over the threshhold of his chamber, found himself face to face with them. He refuse...

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