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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 5 April 1861

¡¿íikj and í-.Hri?? — rsrMr V ■ Cl new, s ch «M vised iail !ii íUc; cities. i r at TI. r. ví " '„* i' 1 * by iiitj ,} Ur,s i s ludiera aiad N.irth'erñ jCArrru.. 4 t • í i \>ÍI A S Af>dy ta ' T D. STÍTH Barr*s A net ion síor#. COMPAS mm má ¿X KB Ai ■ ' í ] ■ iT~ (S'|UgÁSCK GIIAÜTER Hi-rrs i. HaLF-B&EED SADDLE liOKSES, 000 ¿w 1 be Insurance Compaiiyafftntf" i tram acted an extensive and eminently *ueee#*fusl business f | tfritjmnrt FORTY YEARS, and during thai u len*ee aiutt^utin^ to above FOR SALE. At the ranch of the undersi^- period itR. i> mwRDS' >'• ANTONIO, .TEXAS. Sign of the ¡Bed Mor tú r ) rs 8 CAttB&O £ CEVKTUL 1>E&L Sil IN Tin r teen Company and Millions of D Hars forcibly* demonstrating the the the ütH'tK fear* T e inebmfe£|j|r t\ (I Kr>i*> amounted to nrtr >f Insurance. pa.«t >far t'wo Million ned on the- Oluius, faur miles from i P^Sprtlfhich is much m. rp than double *nst of aftiy feiinUar Irire Insurance Com San Antonio. i lAdisla...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Alamo Express
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 8 April 1861

1 the r o: üt=h4 * í>?h 'f.uf EI33- írest, 9UÍ>- lí are! F a*- rs f( M- ít*-t tí' tfeft* CUE left $é¡¿ tr A! lí U VOL. 1. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, MONDAY, APRIL 8, 18G1, NO, 2 . Til. A hipA VvnrAcc : SANANTONIO KEMAM: COLLKG E I ill ilkllhU IjApl too ; The exercises oí this Institution will be 1VKEKL YA XD TRl-WEEKL Y \ i be Weeki.t i* published every Salar- \ Methodist Church in this city, under dar ovt tine ~ ithe direction of Dr. and Mr#. Boring, vvbo ■ • * y-\a 7: .v.. ! ornimenw eoile.iate education. j Office opposite the Post Office.; vwiw,.' i. b. baccl's, jr. 4. P. sb* cu mb. NEWCOlfi át-BACCtnS tutriN : ■■ v-; i ;i • "-j.-a " v, M Preparatory Department. A POEM FOR NORTH AND SOUTH. JOHN M.4CA0HLAN, V ' ' j i AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION Of old sat Fret* dpm on the heights, The thunder breaking at her feet, MERCHANT, ' Above her shook the starry lights; tv,A at ti ct jí r> ' r % , ™ ' She heard the torrents meet. at the OLI) Stand, Corner of Main Plaza and Trevemo streets....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 8 April 1861

From tho Ban An tonto Herald ot Much 15th IB GO, Logan, Sweet, k Palmer, proprietors, we clip the following, which is in reply to the The Ala in . t Express J. 1% KECTft'OMB, Tklltor JUÓSD 4 1\ AVHRlL n'k TO THK : CITIZENS AND VOTERS Houston Telegraph: OF THE áísr jri)iCi\L DISTRICT.! W* principles if we are to, - —— are nothing but ahbtrac-j Sau Antónloj I©aá«J with iuercbi «iJi*6 and The acti.m o." the late Corvembrn, iu and diabolical radicalism—¡ ruturíiina eroíRranti, faiuttiea fieeiug from "hanuirirthecrnv.iiiitlon, ft Ü mjuirii:? (Mirs 'af0 ¿ir0(?tiv the converse, danger and the rcmainaer left pówerkvM t«-st oath of allegiance to t.e Southern ],e comprehend us? probably " * * * Confederacy. and finníly in a<:-epilog the nQ^ we;| thea et u3 enlarge. lie .s which C{?QC€ m sp«í¿<iene<' kim^Aí., TKXV*, J ry jpnL \m. s , Fftif.M) KliWCOMB : You have no idea iu San Antonio of the state of feeling which exist* along the frontier in regard to the Secessionists and their acts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 8 April 1861

Local gcucc. PUBLIC. MEETING. A public weet:og of ail those in favor of preserving our government from total de truction, and restoring harmony and pros perity to our distracted country, will be held on the Main Plata,Tuesday night the Oth iust., at 8 o'clock. W Amóngst'othet'difitinguish- ed visitor* |r# are pleased to note the presenté of Hon, Robt. Taylor Judge Davis am* the Test Oath —Our reader# wtt peruse with pleasure the Under the * S|e head ofofl*" the Herald announces that J. D. Logarj one of the proprietors, will leave in a few days for New York, and sa^«: ■ Jv;;'| -Ho wil! visit New York and B >$¡t'>n, where he and the lierald have many friends." \\Vhat better V \ proof is needed to showMhat the H MAJOR ANDERSON SOT TO BE BRIBED. The Charleston correspond eat of the Philadelphia 4Inqui¿er is responsible for the following: I cannot refrain from telling you what came to jmy knowlejdge, in a very cfirect way, respecting the former. It ic a well known fact, that Jeffer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 8 April 1861

m •■'""'if r*:\t ■v'i* r,y*svuu\iAV* boots axd uhoe* AKD LEATHER ANI) FINDINGS, ROOTS AND ¿5UCES. • The undersigned wodltf respectfully in* form the citizens ot Sao Antonio and the public generally that be ha* on Laud a well •elected stock of 'All of which he will sell at the lowest rates, and having employed the best shoe maker* in the State, will make boots and ahoe# to order at the shortest notice. REPAIRISG XEATLEY DOSE, i Remember'the place, J. EISEMAN. Solidad street, near main plaza. 5«* Anlonio, March 18th 1S61. FOR SALE CHEAIP FOR CASH !! A chaise aud harness—entiiely new, Buch as used by tfbe physi cían in the Esateru and Northern cities. Apply to ; T. D. STITH. at II. Burns Auction store. ,Tir r " " (at the Sign of the Red Mortar ) gbnkrai. DEALER 1ST Drugs, edtcines, 1IALF-BREEÜ SADDLE HORSES, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye sStfl* Varnishes,, Brushes, Glass, Perfumery FOR SALÉ. At the ranch of the undersig- ned on the Olmus, four miles from San Antonio. LADI3LAUS UGBAZY. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 10 April 1861

IIo ?e i) itt iw rst i' CITY OF YOL. 1. The Alaigo Express VEIXL t AND TI)I- WÉEJCL Y Tüb WetKlLT i? published every patur- dsiv evening, , . , ! ThkTiu-Wccklt i# published every ?don- day, Wednssílay and Friday. Office opposite the Post Office. i. r. jrcn'COXB. J B. BACCi% JR. NEvrcoMU &:BACC rs, Proprie tors *i !t<i J i' ■ '' TERMS or Weekly : SINGLE COP Y pfi aufih"i - $. if O CLUBS: — Vive sent to one addros. .... 1 Tbn \>< one address ÜG 00 00 TKI WEEKLY: SISOLE COP i\p?r nn* m - $- ^ " ' *!j- r - - Í R0 " 'I in ■ f* at'j'tlJiS • 12 VS M i'--' k - - 2C ItATKS OF ADVERT If? IN*?: CW ^fwire /yr w- Í3t«<fít n í4. 09 •< * jure, r f-j .v*ey .* if ó.- $(rt*on * - - . - , ¿U *' " fix tisvtitfit - - - T <U " 4* yror- H> <'0 A liberal di*?vtt(U will be ftiud* f*<m the fco.e rales, for advertís*in. uo i-f uu-re than one squire. A square is twelre line# br b-*#. Advertisements inserted in ¿j anish, tier man aud French. job aniTbook pu¡NrixG "Will bo ejwated ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 10 April 1861

r ... The Alain) Express !Z, * v'- "*• -'Is j. i\ \EWcoiia, i:*uot M f / y LUDA >, An: it l«'(V ikih i EN rill AS HO MEETING ! r/i£ PEOPLE MO VIS GI c i. rent. taylor's sit.eui. than oasv. 1M A t© n *44 The following modest notice v. as pasted about our city oa Tuesday morning: rniuc MEETING. visits to aíir c¡ vero threatened with! invasion ■ from Mexico, iu *4¿, on hi way to j Mexico to assist ia maintaining ilie rights of Texas under the stars and $tripes,[a sciall American flag j floated near him on j the stand] iu j 40 when the cholera swept our j people into the¡ graveyards, and i a year since when the din bmsi- following from %ptm\ Uaw Orleans, dated j spa per, Mi ... that Huirá" "*• and Hie other becoming seduced by bes of secession, I tbi hope time pleased to (ia both the horcs. [For the Alauio Express] TO 8AM tfOUSTOtf. The tun if fought a ta ave or tool, Or bigot, plotting crine, Who, for the Advancement of hit kind, Is wiser than his tta& act of Vir I For him the h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 10 April 1861

5= -i' " Decampe .—W. B. Ward former pro- prietor of the Citjr Hotel, an¿ efeirieot K. G C- htw left our city mm! hit creditor* „t asudden. Our city U well rid of all *uch. Instead of keeping the City Hotel VÜ the east «ido of the river, he should have been a boarder in the City Hotel, on the west tide, Wer which Marshal Byrne acts as landlord. Gov. Honmis'i Pierre ke.—We hate freeo showna picture of GeiK&atn Houston, taken from life, daring bis late^tpeecb at Austin, by Mr. Charles 0. Ivonski, of this city, which we consider the best picture of the old hero that we have aeeu. Taken as it is, during the uiost eventful if not the most trying epoch of his life, it ha# unusual interest. The cheapness at which this picturé is afforded places it within the reach of all. See advertisement gy We see that our neighbor, the Led- ger, girea a «tatement of one Ram ' Mau- cbaca in regard to the Indian depredatióos committed in Atascosa County. f rom citizens olf that county, we learu that o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 10 April 1861

w. d corroN-d I.TV UK V J'EED. and Ü B?S SALE STABLE At the foot of the new bridge, on P&ííío fctveet. Carriages, Atubui tuces* and ■- - : >4 PAST: (at ike Sign of lAe Mvrtar ) CENEKAL DEALER IN ?PS bought fetid *4-1 feblt f i94liaMa*MSi)n£e?**K Drug , Painty, cdlctnes, rjws PADDLE HOUSE* •:f r 4-i^ FOB SAUL At the ranch of the undersig- ned olí the Oluius, four mile from Sab Antonio. LAIHSLAUS ÉGBAZY, $1© Chemical ¿, Sfravfactiif^i If aft fori. Cm Set rr H. t BimN & ligi i'tTpot fstaoIis ;-c<: ¡¿ 5$*:, Antonio.- Oil , A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF STATIONARY AT COST ! r i J. P. EDWARDS, j the Red illortiY^ Varnishes. [Sign of Dye j Note Paper, Letter Paper, ¡Brushes, I k> i (< Riri.i:^, ARRIME? Clan. Tools C AND SII'j T" V Hit .\ iVfia K,r>- Blank Hooks, H#v* £ been appointed §0L£ AGFA* r Fancy atiide*. etc etc.; by Col ^AM Colt tor 1110 sale of hi.- c* JeWrai* d Anue, we ft re prepared to (¡y Brandies, fur Medical al.so ail orie*« sent to lis. Terms. cash, in aH ca«...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 12 April 1861

VOL. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1861, NO. 31. Tho Alamo Express WEEKLY AND TRI-WEEKl ¥ Ths WiHLtr is published every Sajtur- d*y evening. Ta« Tri-Weckly i® published every Men- day, Wsdoeaday and Friday. Office opposite the Post Office. i. r. nswcohb. J. . sacc:rs NEWCOHB AJBACCUS, Proprietors and J'nil i TERMS or Weekly : SISOLE COPY psr annum TO iLL'BS: — Fire rnzxl to one address - - - - 1 Ten to one ad Jress TKI-WEEKLY : IS OLE COP }*, per annum " '• six mottlhs - " 'i th*t t months - " " per tccek ■ JR. iher JOHN M CAORLAN, AND COMMISSION SANANTONIO FEMALE COLL £ OK The exercises oí this Institution will foe j resjumed at 8 o'clock, A. M.( on Monday j attp rfñWCR next (September 3d) in the basemoutofj the Methodist Church in this city, under j the direction of Dr. and Mrs. Boring, who; MERCHANT. will be assisted by an able corps of teach- j . . M _ ers in all the department* of * solid and j •tthe OLD Stand, Corner of Mam Plaza ornamental collegiate education.. |ID^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 12 April 1861

Rü' The Alamo Express J. V. XEWíOllII, Editor VRtOÁ v, AVRlí, \%tk ISO!. TOE LAST NEWS news that ¡admits of aVerv n^ant interpretation. Th day o { sensation telegrams not safe to rely upon thi no! of information for a cerltai'itv. CGI G AI,V F «TON, A EWt] 8, v- '! ' t'niu' S< ¡rCvnili;*— V write you from on board the steamer W; (í. Howes, 1-aving left Powder horn _ , , > ... , . last evemng. Allow me noW, to relate to In to-day s issue win be loumli ; , t f _ j ¡ \ou, my e.\ nerience. m gett ng to lavaca, PtÍTIX AAlEítlÜ.V, j é. .i^rwa I the Virginia state tyo bélow gome brief ex* ¡ Convention, and adds; tracisl ||falnS 11: o Lo nd on j o urna! s | T! i e vote ' la s. i e v < n i n g wa a a touching the present «tute oí*¡ {'1 ll'dhing 1 oí the lelative strenght of the peace conference proposita u as'it came from JFas ^fíatr$in the Uaited States. ' Aíjjerican afín i rs lortk r.-rj ¡ hil .totli tt,rd t!m Sttme moa8ure „« awkward. Mr. Lmcom lias amy ed at Washington and < ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 12 April 1861

Local Intelligence. LAGEtUlEKU. j i Mr friend* other ¿eutieuei are invited u* visit my 1 ,„L . . f , i - , ; Bee*-Saloon near the tm&brijge, next to' MtiU t.R I he body of a tuan by ih<?^jr jJ{mjs Oressrr'js grocery «tor 1: you ! c¿ Thos Brown, was found < n the will find Mongers lagerheVr in bmtb ' k , • j road about three milt # frock the , n on Thuslay morning He lal been .rj^red during the night v evidentIjjr the vi of two person#, there being if it ik i e .is?* in h'>* bent y done by two dUij'rrnt ? i j.| knives, and hi .bead br«*k -n 1 y u HALF-BREED SADDLE H<)E . . FOR SALE/ ; V v'^ At the ranch cf tie tmdersig a from a roc k or club. Near tl bin] y ■•urn1,: büiu Antonio, Apr'fj J -oi. T íbr sad die'and tbe other trnv nrterments belonging to the rnur le rea i uho ií seems had been out west; on ; ^ business and was returnii=; t;a .his ] u Lafayette Co. Two ius-u have. :• - n arreted upon suspicion. by thje eity i v ■ uv: one by the name of 1*«;rti*k" who : v] b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 12 April 1861

§£ £V HALF-tfiiKE J SADDLE HORSE* : FOR Atibe ranch of &e undersig- ned on the Oí mus, four miles frou baa Antonio. LADISLAOS rOOAZY. ; ! 1 A LARGE ASSORTMENT 01 STATIONARY AT COST ! p /. P DIVARDS, iki lud Mcrti-r,} SAN AN' (at fht Sipi cf the Bsd Mortar ) GENERAL DEALER W D COTTON'S S&-I' ' . •- tlTERY, FEED, and SALE StABLE FCBN1TURE AND CARRIAGE * unders'gucd it now opening iu Drug , ed telnet. At the foot of the new bridge, on Pa eo Street Carriage*. An by lances, and Romp bought and sr M feblt-f Chemle&lá, Paints, i.Of£* v; Not* Paper, Latter Oil , Dye $St portion of the building fronting «tu tb Main Plaza. ami former!y occupied by Vance d: Bro., well selecte 1 and a large ot of Furniture, or.sistirg of V amubev, Brushes, COLT'S 'PATENT REVOLVING R3T0L8 HaiKfactartd, Hartf«r4. €•■ l Bol at II. D.NoRro.v & Bro Depot eBtatiished in Sari Antonio Fouls Ca Gia «, Perf umery PISTOL?, H IF LES, A RBINE? AND SHOT-GUNS! Black Books* V Cards, Playing Cards, «fee. Will be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 15 April 1861

naris VOL. 1. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, MONDAY, APRIL, 15 1861. NO. .'¡2. |b- ,3 I to L U 1-er [hi iri N. •fr, V |?> • jl'of In " p n-v ths that i«*o- ** • %:Ú it* (••r . i rwiD ided , #OQ tbe iper 1>Q 0 ¿V# K>f.) trie! >ul* first wer iiul yctJ lerk reoÍ AB- The Alamo Express WEFKL Y AND TRl-WEEKL Y . y**..** -v.'-- i ¡íe Weekly is published every Satur- day evening., I Tin: Tri-Wkeklt i« published every Mon- ¿. Wednesday and Friday. Office opposite the Post ^Office. i. r. vkwcohs. j. . baccc3, j«. x i:w com b j&fB Acctrs, Proprietor* and Publiihejr IB KM 5/ SQL £ cor) 5 or { Weekly : $S 00 TO L L VPS : J- Five scat to one midreai - - - 12 00 Ten to one address 20 (|0 TRI-WKEKLYr .V .V'" I. K C ' f\Y, f ann ♦ - $3 00 " tit wvnih* - 4 00 • thrt months - 2 00 *' '* yet %ctfk • - - 20 KATES OF ADVERTISING: ?■' . -S" *'("r 'Vr owe insertion *1 00 •' fur ever** tubtrquent in- tertian - &0 " M #úr month* - • 7 00 *•' yrm- - " - 10 IKH A liberal discount will be made froto t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 15 April 1861

The Alamo Éxp J. P. SfcftCOMB, Editor M ox# A >r^r^r?^ír WAR NEWS. IVdsj \re public what ptir j -vrt* to be "war news"—over v.bLh a great spre id ia made by ihe nltraisfa, it being in fact their verr vitality. Now let us review ihe various attitudes of tbU "war Lews" as it is presented ¡ to us: nllowing it full credence, *pe find that the allarm comea from one *l mrter alone. It is not at all startling that troops should be marched by thousands to Charles- irston and, Pensacola, that there Msould be armies raised and put in motion in the Southern Confed- eracv and that there should be a premeditated attack upon the na- tional Capita!; oh , no, there is nothing at all startling in all th?, but if the Ü. S. government quietly umpátehes a few war vessels there i a terrible outrage committed upon the peace of the country and a fearful panic énsues. Now what d >es this evidence? That the Southern Confederacy is de- plorably weak and the Govern- ment strong. If the President were to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 15 April 1861

•r > -i ———i rmrr- Local Intelligence. m Gone Craíy.—We learn th« yiéiiean who w*s sentenced te death * «bort timé dicce has be- come * lunatic. Indians.—VVe learn that a party oí ten Indiana were seen in Attas- cosa connty a fewdayssince. Tacob Hegetschweiler, i house and sign painter and an oM resident of this city died on Saturday evening last. His fun- eral was attended by Fire Cbm- rany No. 1. and the Bencificary i? ¡ciety, besides many citizens He was a Swhs by birtih and 4Í yefcrs of age at the timeef his death. 1 ¿ í We learn that Ward, the eminent K. G. C , whose depar- ture we noticed last week, fuiiitd that K. G. C.-ism did not pay as well as his old avocation, and consequently he followed the army ta Green Lake, where bei again enlisted in the scrvice of Uncle Sam. He üist applied Ito the company to which he formerly belonged and was rejected, but managed to enlist in one where he was not known. When we come to review the history of this indi- vidual, during his sojur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 15 April 1861

i? í i m -nís|mH — tfííot a*ur r? f.kvrttk«n\y ix april, t^ít H fr*mt *nh£ Ht «;s? door ia fié ri*v «f ^¿ Ann nkL j^twWll tie' taWfiil hou*s[ I¿flail ¿e*t'it public outcry to the I«sbef-í birféir "forÍMí' numbering \m líu-nlved and >*v*nt?« tnno ' bead of .*h -o|l and one bu ¿red «ni fifty-two head ♦.f Griat* iÉ ti eir íocr^anr *inee the ÍHh #iay of Ju|y I -TO, Oreo rituch thereof, of euhejr or both as DJ8V he heceasary. í&ld rtíe being made in accordance \vitMhe provision* of a certain Deed of Trust, executed by Jesse Boring toK. J Joi>ós knUiS. C. Childress trustees, Tig na! Jones cestinque trust* dated the ? day of September 1859 and recorded in, I be reco rd* éf Atascosa conftjty in Book M No. 1, paires No*. $21 &,3&£$~to- secure the payment of a certain promissory note «'raw* by mid Beria« in favor of said Jones7for 1544 5O-1U0 Dollars withlOpr: :t interest Hkbereon fiom the 9th d*yo- July lS.r 9 Said Deed of Trust convey,f in« "all the stook of Sheep and Goat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 17 April 1861

-fe VOL. CITV OF SAK ANTONIO. WKDKES TI Alamo Express I^ikitcee a\d ..mu h KESCr.YAXD TRI-WEEKL Y |J Tiyc W ckk.lv b published every Su tur-! day evening. j JTüe Thi-Weekly i published every Mou- thy, Wednesday and Friday. •I' he undersigned U now o pening is Office opposite the Post Office. " /vvvvv^^l/vvvv^a/wvv' w! v# ■ } j. a. sacccs, 4i. Main Plajea, and lorineily NEWCOHB étJBACCCS, •J'roprittpn and Pvblimhér v> v _ i, XEWCOMB. occu TERMS or Weekly : FfXGLK COPY per annum - - TO CLUBS; — Fivia sénl to on address - - - - e Tt to one address TRI.WÍEKLY : SJyGLE COP Yf put' annut.i ** '* tijc. month* , - '* tkres mouths - • •" " jser nre«¿ * • - >ted by | gh Vance Á Bro., well selectel and a large STORY. utoGárolina? published J wis The following not think of his imperii the same time lookipg curiuosly at the tack of his; Slight hand several velars ago, and We believe nence jat first, but answered him while Mr. Calhoun placed his head originated from ;¡ the j pen of a j volu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 17 April 1861

i ¿m Bf IS: l'! I El #S! the Aianio Express MÉ ssssásacsa —^ " "iii. BtauugarJ. War vessels Ve reported uut-j L%ntrr fr.oaWAsmxaTo* i¥, April i.o. 1861. Hide 4be harbor. I ^ i V?j>.mrsGrox, April 11 —Tb* J. P. X *'OMB. .Editor i i. i ! Vi* *?' at^orui til OH 01 ÜC< Hoen, a mi CiiTlíO every partirá TELEGIL * 4 v Aí.íí^}, ¿Pat', !TfA 1 -t"5i J| f tlóa of ^Afwjrv.. "\írmm l y ttow¡¡ Itlíis tir 'r4t! i|í ii wouhíÍ j tÍKOjt^ands wh t ÉMpUfil Oi^Sjtiüties havr !; al CIi;*r]esto.j. *;? J - i * 1 i i tu wj.at ii vr U ctsd, i'.1 . m *-fis for tóie tul «re toReekie.— j f We deprecate th? a t that -has brotan! ttiijs iWrfol igbue «o \\ ¡*\ i• mnlry and have ¡MVheart in it — . We have felt Sympathy and a4m|j-¡ r üion f r the jrsPaut K^nlufkran •u on^'iVtld ■.?' \'> SumMT * \ h< Iras remained jfaitl.-fas i o b% p"£f:. anl true i > ? ¿* g.'rernmenjt uvWr? ATTACK UFOS FORT t * i üi ját ífviLujr liccsí* I --- ■ ;tnil iV' re t;|i ;i .-pes tí?-it W ti*?Cilfi >tt; yiétieat coa- i? ir...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Alamo Express
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 17 April 1861

Ü Intelligence. v s c. co lmis^longe* at W^MNOrOY, Gteai HÍ16MJ In put upon I AbouVaa I bin) to hftuT lis jibs do| i anchor, which ha. accord u Ab<m't-an I ' t > B'ifCh- r a re' PirsB >h! A v* ij t* V v' has . VHL has n ranch in khe vicinity of simiers sent lv JefT íhvvu, *. , ">•that he b" a «oiit in by pos- Washington, but the country must jp^a*hhwr vsiíh'n ha fa tnUe of! ■ l?i< increase wuloo t.ie J'.a? -*ght ? t r.«t..* !... o^.:,3 ,.. t. . ?! *a>«: wore r¡ ni On h r retoiil OiUT. — \ gentleman . vein**' to \c-tl w*Ui the Coining 1 bearing down towards the t| ((> I tin tí the roughness of t! * amounted to tanz kids. ¿Mig alai í ,\o quarts ol lu.Ynk p«*r day. not forget that the President had i As*fc« no right to treat with A in command wavbl h'g hat, whi it ful «y in- mío and the on haul a well •* crew of ith^ Shannon com mi 1 hk : eft IPC of the ¡ aí!(i | MarU to k to he a signal that all could only do so by usurpation of j ami to come hi from hia cargerou ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Alamo Express
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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