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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The White Man — 13 September 1860
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The White Man — 13 September 1860
ft 1 1 " Ñ y a B n L B i ■ 1 THE WHITE MAN. HAMNER &BAYI.OS, EDITORS. T ETM S7 $ 2 5 0~ ,r Y EA « W£.4TnERFOüO, T ESAS, Saturday, 15, ESGO. " tut constitution—equal jlkfhts to ev- ery state and evkrv american freeman!'" " Tur Constitution and tiik Equality of the States—thess are the Symbols of Everlasting Union. Let tiiege be the Rallying Cries of tiie People." [JoAn C. Breckinridge FOR PRESIDENT. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. To ©«jr Friends. With Intense interest, r.ud solicitude, haya -.ve looked forward to the preseot tirae, vhen ve fionW again present yon with the "White Man." tind, as nuny of yon are not awara of the catiws that brrughlalout the suspension of onr prapr, we feel that an explanation is dua vcu as well aa ourselves, T'« ' r. -> • o'ir supply of paper £avs ".i'. i . • . ,'jsit '-iSle to procure a aappiy >a this country ; re therefore went to New Grit, , . nph* a year's supply, and just is it -tos within a days' travel of its destination , some blac...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The White Man — 13 September 1860
"W., it it I 1 j$ II I «/ v 7'V r a i \ >n \ t- m LOCAL. Ahotobu Man IIoiw-—-A man was found hung "nt Hannah* Tank, on Big Cr«>* k, in McClellan County, on Sunday, laat—supposed to bs nn abolitionist. Genihoos.—Hon. D. O.* Norton, of th® " Newa," haa given us all the assistance in his power, to enable us to make this issue, beside* tendering us the use of his sanctum. Many thanks, Judge. F. F. Beet'was nrrested'here last Sat- urday for stealing a Colt.apitfiol from Mr. Hadley. Ho was examined b«fore J. M. Luckey, Esq., and in default of 8250 bail was committed to jail to nwait his trial. Mesara, Ilclw and Uaaton panned through our town on yesterday with u :ie* gro who had attempted to muke his way to Mexico, but finding " Jourdun a hard roal to travel," he give himself up at r Texas Items. The San Augustine Express, edited by A. D. McCutchan, has come out fdr Sreckinridge nnd Lane. The - Editor •¿¡ves his rt£.sons in a vigorous and well written article. As he sensibly says, th...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The White Man — 13 September 1860
' / / 4- / y" • ——- ■ • •'' #?í .%• \ mm - - BB * "--r-^--y. w tjsfjtrs «n* ?' ■ 1-Í.-.I.L VJ. AU¿. MAJ. J Jn > Marjsall, Editor Statk Gazette, Í. v^to'sr- w : smve !•.. r¡ . «id wi.iioa >uuek« ajina «a? !!•;• - í tat'uu. W( ara alona responsible t" tíie Coi. - Cominaudoat, M. T. Johnson, aud not te ! Smith. rzs&r*; c wii.^5r^~Jrr!rlB^s''• N.H DARNELL. Qt Dear Sir .-—I have just had my attention di-i rected to i publication in the Southern Demo-; cr.-.t, over the sisrmturs of J i\¡ Smith, in' ■which I fiad many falsi statements, and among | thera one especially aimed at my company and S myself, which fon! att.ck I wish to rcpal Ihro' Oil ITOurolRcewas brilliantly illuminated lastnisht by the famous coal oil tamps. Clinton Fort, Esq., ina communication to the Countryman questions t'ie policy of sending We have questioned I i«::i t¡. > cú.rk.-vii;u ¡>UatMr¿ Ctrre |¡ini(£t:ute; cii«rj rt tiunj I pronounce to h« false in toll, aud that 1 or in y company, atany time or un...