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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 21 June 1851

J* r-^ i - ^'--rzr-lT & ^flinilq ^gper-JBemrtfii in ffiilitics, &mmt jjts, jjtrnitmT, anil (Prnrrnl llntrlligrnrr. EVA1W, Editor. Ko&srzva, nm ai, issi. fVBLIS«*0 rvr.RY 8ATÜKPAX, BV ALEXANDER H. EVANS. Term*: 5, (*«>><«"—for °°* '"*'« ** *<**<**&.-> •• $2.00 " .Urerli-'inp. one dollar per square for iftte first ^uoo.sad Sftj cents per square tor each subae- g^ot losertion. Taa line* (or eighty five words) or less, to con- «ni* aaquara. Tí «•frchaui and other advertising by the ja, *4 rea uu«i U Jad actio troan the ahora r ¡?í^* oal caria, per annum,..... i...... innooocewenl o# candidates for State or j^crict offices,., 10.00 iasooncement (or county office^,.....,... 5.00 Steamboat carda, political circulars, and all ¡■oimjuoicationa of a private of personal nature, mil be charged at the name rates as advertise ■«aia- j : ]So communication or adrertiaetiH'nt of an aba character will be inserted in the columns of ^ H'raW o* ««# term*. tria ail cases...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 21 June 1851

4 ' C. i i m M .. * L I J ;• :¡ X ■ ^■3 'j A. H. EVAN5, Kditor. f }• r,":l ' H I kf > .4 1 I * '( f ^ ~ :M- *i , k #1 "San Augustine: SATURDAY...., JUNE 21, ÍS5Í. For President iu 1852, GEN. SAM HOUSTON. For U'ovf ruor, COL. JOHN A. GKKl-K. Candidnl c .v. F<U Governor. We *r« authorizet to anat'tmce tJo ernor P. 11. BELI. as R candidate fur rex-lecliun ai lile ensuing AugusteRelWi s- * t y We are authorised to announce Col. M. T. JOHNSON as a candidate for Governor a 'he election ¡0 August next. ^ É^We are authorized to ifonniioce Col. JOHN A. GREER a* a candidate Tor Uovebnuk, at tbe election in August next. For fJeat. Governor. [y We are authorised 10 announce t)ie Hon. C. ti. KEEN AN ae a candidate for Lieut. Gurern* or Bt (be ensuing August election. ry We are authorised to annnune* the Ho . JAS. W. HENDERSON as a candidate for Lieut, (UmurtiiUawkj August election. fp" We are authorized and requested to an- nounce the Hon. MA IT. WARD, of Jefferson, as a caddidaie for the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 21 June 1851

•If m MM J *1* • dj — - «clcgraphir. 4> [ ; [From ihe Creacent, Jaoé il.) Arrival of the Pacific—Cotton Advancing. $. FVntv Saturday J ane 7<—The Collins steam- er pacific ta*•rr w¿. brts^mg Liverpool dates to thi ngtfa Hsf , foot dajt later than those received by the Afti*. The following ¡at summary of her Cotia Market—Liverpool, May 28.—There luts been s better feeling in the cotton market since the departure of the Asia, and with ilfair demand pre- vailing, prices for the low sod middling qualities fore advanced ona-aighth penny. The quotations are, for Fair Orleans 6J, and Middling 5| to 5} peace.- ■ Trade is rather better, ajd the commercial news generally more encouraging. The crops are su rae- «¡*1 backward, but look well. $nc York, Jone 7.—Ona hundred ami fifty Hun. ■ -ian exiles lelt Havre for Mew York on board ,e ship Monmouth. 5 Th > Duke de Saldanba reached Lisbon on the T-h ¡fayv with 2ÓO0 men, and met an enthusiastic i: fptWO. ■■ . ; j; -' j'ronct,—The debate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 21 June 1851

Vi ú i •: -7 '! ¡árd:. í< :.;ív I t •: I'll I fl§- itf i i i" i-. V § RELIGION. 57 Like «no tbst fa'ls where wat-rs glide. Earth's pleasures fed* swaj ; They melt in time' destroying '¿de. And cold are while they sia.v í Bat joys that from relijion fl w, Like alar* that gild the nii M, l Amidst iba darkest gfooui of *o. Smile forth with sweetest lijUt. Religion's ray no cloud' obetfpre. Bat o'er the Christian's soul It sends ita radiance calm and pure, Though tempests round It roll; IIh heart nay break with sorrow' stroke, But to it*.latest thrill, Like diamonds shining j hen they're bn>ke, Religion light'a it sitill! /f t i _i We Watched her Bicathlag. We watched her breathing through the night; Her breatbinjr soft and low, Aa oa h*rj>rea*t the wave of life Kept heaving to and fro. So silently *ve seemed to speak ; So slowly, moved about, Aa we h*d .lent her half oar powers, To eke her being oat. Oar very hopes belkd oar tore. Our fears oar bopes belied. We thought her dyi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 5 July 1851

Ü m i fetttf, JLrfíi, ©imito, nnit §mtá llntdli^nif Editor. SAW AUG SATURDAY MOXtXfXIffCt Vcltanc JULY 5, IS SI. or or creditor owing op holding claims bf Agents for the Herald. £phr*iffl Coon, PUeogderhe*, Natogdocfce* Co. Hoa wn A Herring, Shelbyvillo, Shelby couotj. Win. B. Prexier, MiUm, Sabine co. Jf. Aaaiifl. Sabine-Town, Sabio* eo. 'i f John *• Burke. Bwrk*illt, Newton co. H. Go**- ¿••Per- H.'C.P«T'g°. Wood* ¡lie, jh<*. R.Walker, Marion, £ H KaD<)ol|.h, Crochet, S«m. T.IB'irn , Carthage, -J. A. Simgaon, Maraball, <Jrwn Sc. Douglas , Shre report, Louiaia*a.[•' ¡ ^^VSSSS.'tSm^r> H. Ev *, Baltimore, Du««nb<!rrT¿0(fden, York. Jasper *0. Tyler eo. Anjelioa co. Houston coil Panola co. Harrison c«.* Incision of the Supreme Court. A. K- ¿1'®' appellant, "J , *9- ! Appeal from J. C. Moore, AJmfnat r, of Charlea j Bowie co. Cañete dec'<1, appellee. J The Opinion of the Court was delirced bv Hemphill, Ch. Jua. The appellant brought suit belore a magistrate rón an accou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 5 July 1851

For Governor col; juiin a. <ati:i:it. Candidates. A. II. KTAfiS, Ediloi San Augustine SATURDAY „.' ' ... Jf I.Y 5, IS-1- For President in a832, GEN. SAM HOt STO.W s I;i ■ h H'.t. $ m m ill For <;evcrnor. {•yW ¿re authorized lo announce fiuveritfir I*. II. REU. a* a candidhte lui re-election at If e tiisninc Au>u-'t election. ryWe are authored |u announce Gol. M.T. JOHNSON a* * candidate lot Governor at lie election in August grit. iyWV ore uutburired to aBfiít'inee Cut.JOHN A. GttKER *5 u candidate lor üo* tfcNoti, JI rile «.lection in AiifUit next. -. For Lleul. fio ver nor# ryyi' *rr authorized to anaouj/ce the Hop- c. G: KEEN AN as a candidate fur Lieut, Govern- or at the ensuing August ibrlioti, We are amtiorizeil ro announce the Hon- JAS W. ItKNUERSON a* a candidue for Lieut. Governor at 'lie ensuing August ilcttion. [ if* We nre otithpfiz- <1 ntid requested to an nounce the Hon MATT. WARD, of " acaddidate for tip. ^ of governor, ut the «nauiig august election. >...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 5 July 1851

V . fUr y i- V Hob. W B. Ochiltree. ¡I, political Ter giver imtion —Hit pledget, 8ft. fit. Editor: I bad tbe honor of being present a! ,he Court hou e in Sao Augustine on the 17ih Oil., w;,tn Judge* Ochiltree tod Roberts addreaaed the people; I *K particularly • mated at Judge Ochil- utc't political teigirersations, and his ingenuity in elplaifting them. You doubtless recollect in tl e presidential canya ? of IW8, when General Tay- lor «a candidate for tbe presidency, that Judge 0. eadeivored to impreaa upon the people that ^aay of the party wines were " obsolete "—that •be |rest question iovolvsd wag the slavery qtie* ■yoB< and "the issues between the Nortb and the gjjEh, arising from it. Among other things, he ftnied in a speech in San Augustine. •' that a good dervfcrat would stand about aa good a chance to iel oBce aa a good whig." The people of the j¡outh weregulled—helped 10 elect an ahtj demo- cratic and snd anti southern President—and for „t long months put on sack-cloth ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 5 July 1851

I ' f\i f I I | • i -ÍÍÉt Hí •I II m -I:. SABBIT1I EVENING. By Gtr D. Pretties. 'Ti holy tiraa Tlie evening shade, 8l«a!* with a soft control- O'er Batore a a thdught of heaven Steals o'er tiie buroa" soul; An J every ray from yonder tilue, And every tjro'fijó failing d'w. Seem* to bring d-jwrj.to human m.ei from heaven a MMkie of WJiwis.' ÓVr yon lail rock the. solemn tices j And i he sladney f'""P ittcJinr hike genii* news'iu:sorrow bowed Around their hi ly< riirin'; A-d o'er them n w (he'night. winds blow So calm and still mosicV* Se<*nH I he mysterious voice of1 prayer ¡Soft rchucd in the evening oír. Tbe like iliense from the earth Rise to a (¡od beloved, And o'er the wa^rs mu e aa «4• t The Wolf spirit moved : The torrent'a voite, th*- waV* lo hymn leeros ¡he far rol-s oí Scrsrf.ljim, AnJ all earth's thousand voices raise Their songs of worship, lov< #':d praise. The centlc usU-iliood.ul floisers Hinj l^r, (l.eli lovely cy +3, Or | if through trembling tears of d w l ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 12 July 1851

ntitir £L H. EVA2TS, Editor. BA2V A lae. TUBLISUEn kveky satcrday, bt ALEXANDER H. EVANS. Terms: asucripiion—for one year, in «/tantee,... .$2-00 .tdverfi-in?. one dollar per square for the first •lion,and fthy cent* per square tor eaebauboe* [jl interlioo. *1 Tfn line* (or eighty-five words) or less, to con- j-jte a afi jare. |To merchants and other* advertising by the a neaauaaMe deduction from the above rates ;!l be made. freeicéal eardí, per annum............;f 10.00 Bouncement of candidates for State or ¿iitrict offices. 1ÍK00 _ nunj-ement for county offices, ...i.. 5.00 Steamboat cards, political circulara, and all judications of a private or petsinal nature, L¡:¡ be cfiarged at (be same rates as advertise ^ats. , W, communicatieo or advertisement of an abu- |* character wilt be inserted in. the columns of Refold on any term . ' Iii all caM the cash will be required in ranee. Agfcuta lor the Herald. hrsiroCoou, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches co iun& llening. Shelbyville, Shelby ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 12 July 1851

i ; ti'V ¿j . i: \/ i ífcj - I Ifv i' 4 f l:ÍT' J«~ i •• A. H. KVA1SS, liditor. San Augustine: SATURDAY 12, 12^1- For Presiikftt ' 1^52, GEN. SAM IIOI ¿TON. For Cofrnor, COL. JOHN A. (Juren. UOS. B. Risa WALLACE. In justice lo Col. Wallace, we feel call- ed upon to correct an impression made. ODD.rCLLOns* CELEBRATION Frtini J be novelty'uf the exhibition on Weáimsd.ty last, it was expected that a large concourse of people would be in at- Jby Judge Scurry in hit speeches in the tendance, nor was this expectation dis- 'counties of Liberty and Tyler, and Per- appointed. The crowd we think, was; haps elsewhere. The Judge said in evi-n-crreater than thai ou the 4th. Not !t|jQ9e speeches, so we learn from a re- ooly gentlemen, but laiies anxious to wit- spectable source, that he had no doubt but !'he.** 'he '•<•« inonie*? ot* th«* Mystic Broth- eibor<j. v.ith«toi«i the he:ft of the wealb- ,.jr awl the dual am! fatigue of travel frbm Candidates. ■"•n For Governor. that he was, then, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 12 July 1851

J i. **o fC jdAo toa pat HfMlo 5 j Af> i)Uni)(jaMi4g ptl <WnO f J MtQ '93U0O f | j *o too ptla sou no j imq to | jgtu Jon £ Ipu* ajano f JjAf) I'aiW | iiu—japun ¡JO *w> f SutqitJ^ ZO {g J3*0 |OU pO« J j«0 ¿> O o o sil O Oh 283S HMOtlnO J; J>AO ion pa* xo f { '«■J'ioh f 1 bio jan pu« so f jjvq "SjUho j Jj*o ton pun in fJ9 o ' |8J |i$ult—jspiin i« -in J 3ii i¡án^ .£■¿¿5 **£ 8Í¿ = -fi- g &S'"'Íia: Í-X S-? - í 5 ' tí i. 2?,? 3 ; ^ ¿s -3 j- ctv ^3 ~*C4 rv Woke up at last. Watértioa dt Cd; IAVIXg pare based «he stand formerly known as BUii' Corner, would inlorm their cústoca- f rs and the pul,lie at large, that ihey wjlj, hereafter be found doing business on llie Square. Phwa ciilj rowkti ¡iiid see- *1 heyhévaon hand, andar® Mill iecelviiig. a fine assortment of * pr i 11 g ®nd r ufm mer go o d «, Groceries, Hard* art, &e^— wbieh ibéy will sell as cheap at some Whoittt at a-cotuj^ , . ^■RWH-appBlipBHP . .. . VINEGAR—a pood article, sufficiently«harp to give a person...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 12 July 1851

H l * | | i- 11* 5 ¡Li k - 7 á JELLL.1 LI.Y.X, the Needlewoman [Concluded] Mr. Jones anáwereJ roughly, negative, and again bade her go Ellen! «be obeyed htm; and wjto can tell what her feelings wore on hei ry walk home? ' If we were to measure tirno thought? and feelings, bow man would we not often lire in a few si Sn the Poor gol i la- se rpeftt, E Jen recoil- ed. and! casting an indignant ;jlanco on the speaker, quickened her ate pg almost to a ru4, and had soon left the spot where she malde her first unsucCesslul attempt at begging. : , JElleti slackened n<>t heir speed until weakness compelled her toco so, and, even tJfn, she seemed to fear lest danger pursuing her,: and she exerted her utmost s'rrrigjh to g:iin her home, bjut she felt At br our iv yearf : ort mo- ments! Sadijr she retraced her tt ps, and wearilv she ascended the stairs; biHthere, -.hut she tntiat have food or bérish. despite" her former disapfii-ininnini « •: thi* motneM «he perceived u throng of similar ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 29 November 1851

Vfv" * V X t V 'Ml Kr® l* k 1 ¿teiify ffiayer--Jto Idltor. A -.: nlitirs, grit #itetatf, anil toral i I'Mirsr RVKVHKY RAT.CJKDAY, BY AUEX'SPfDER H. ¿VANS. L#«i Subscription- fv A Jvei(¡M¡n r, i^n*Rrfi Went & r [> Tonus: e year, in advance,.... $$.00 j bbjt , Pnr *<l "«lor iliw ""? h"Per square for cucli subee- In . r'Mi.i. I hit? " ri8hty words) or ' others fiiIverti.inM.Jnr ,|,0 ««ni , "unl earj iductiuii i perm from ..fjlO U3 t# Gbm,, Scoyr,—It isa rcmarkabli fact thatjp every «tato in which a preft-l enea baa been expressed for Gkni Scot1' as tho Whig candidatofor the Presidency defeat has followed bin footsteps t^ fflfch'our^jüemfícracy.—Wp IdjV :_*«4\*#*e- iluit4l e do. ,rty, di Ant TtNft4f^l, Our trodeái list—It is with pleatur^ that wq renter the name pf the Tyler j 'N* hnu« relegriph upon our^odett list. The 1 "fy*1 ' I follow,which wo Mip ffwo th# Jw, ¡AJ" sua is o«r authority for so'doing: arovaifiisR. a®, last.. Vdfafao ft- 'vt-.< jioTiioül circulars, and nil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 29 November 1851

t- m "Í vrrwTS WM;f": ■... A. H. KVAN8 Editor. Ban Angu&tíne: _SATU1U>AY NOV. 89, 18SJ. For HTesWent It: JH.V5, ' ' GEjN. 8AM HOUSTON. pet to the Nntiorul Convor.-'i;ni K T9>CorrntiaÉuéf}ií!.—"A Jackson Do. mocrnt" wilf*rffmve a Leaving next week*....Tlio (iold Seeker," a parody upon •' Bingeii on tho Bblno," liy Itudoí- pluj, has Ih-um received and will appear wfienour space permits......Ilnenon fl® death of Mlos lillen Millar , from our k Jasper correspondent,will'be found in our ooluiniib to-day. 'fc^Wc haw had th# vitlt. of a I ho firm of Paul, Tolano <fr Co.', New Orleans. Mr. B. Is not only an intelll. frent gentlemen, but is the polite and at- fablj representative of one of tho largos) clothing ontublishmenta in tho Southern country. Merchants and others purchas- ing in N. Orleans, cannot do better than to call .it 10 Charlies street. Mr. 1?. tie- . ligns visiting Nacogdoches,, R6sk, Pales, ''"tine, Shelbyviilo and other points in East- I. orn Texas, before retur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 29 November 1851

i % # <CI)c ¿HnrltftG. 1.1 j i . . '2' fcTA ÓH IC!Í. . > I hur'sday night N«. t ■ Mm*<Wr cü-i.,;:) í llttV') occuircd iu our 'market this ln«i week, but, the amount of ' transacted h a Loen rather usoio limited ill, owing lo tbe intervention ol several ¡of stormy weather. Cuitan lias bqou in «toady ii, and u well sustained prices, notwithstand- unfavorable acuuunts of tbe Liverpool lers, the Canuda and the Unltic. NB\V OHIK.YKS CLASSIFICATION. trior,*.... —0— I middling Fair.. 74 ® 7i Ciiinry..... 06' C| | Ealr 8J @ 8J Udling Gi'ii' 7J i (¡nod fair uomlua i Mid.... 7¡ a7¡ I Good and Fine,- uoi CATTLL MARKET. ,f9n ■ x. • i BOND IESf nnuTE 4' CO., % SAl;rMi! I'ASS, 'UBXAS, XV'OULD lasnectfully inform tbe public that , .i'"*, **•••■'« aire (rum New \ i irk, «ni ili • other eusturu cities, alargj and wull-1 Ja , selected slo.k ol Uli Dry-Goofls, Hardware, Queensware, Ruois and Shoes, Huts, Iron Castings, lee, An, together witli a ' largo ami grneftl assortment of ninul *T?cef C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red-Land Herald — 29 November 1851

. % s '^I.IL.—■ . U . V . . -L'J-iJU— li-1 ' Hlw 1>U—An Interesting Incident. Tim oth«r day, in conversation with Miss Dix, the philanthropist, during her visit to Clreunville, it liuly t>ai<] tu h r,-- 44Aro you not afraid tu trav.'l t> 11 over tin* country alono, and huvo you not encouti.. tered dan cr and been in poriloui situa- tions?" " 1 am naturally limij," said Mise Dix,44 nmJ dilhilmii, liku nil tny sex : but ill order to cany out my purpoauo, I know that it is nociissuiy to make sacrifices it ml encounter duiiy.iru. It ¡¿truo I have been, i" myjafaveij, in perilous situations. i will nwuiion ono which occurred in the statu of AliáeVraii. I had hired a carriage and driver in convey mo s.nno distance through an uninlcihltod portion of tho country, l-i starling, I disdovored that tho driver, a Íouiifí lad, had a pair of pistols with hitu. !m|ijJi'iiia: what ho mu d;iín/ with aims, ho tif'd iio tan led thorn to protect us, as ho had hoard that robberies had boon co...

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