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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 29 January 1853

•'without union, our independence and liberty would never r <ss' v- w have been achieved without union, thhy never can be maintained. 17. Harrison County, Texas. Saturday, January 29, 1853. Whole Wo. 245. THE STAB STATE PATRIOT, FUBUsHBD KVEKY SATURDAY MoRNINO, J. MARSHALL, Editor and Proprietor. ===== ■ Terms of the Patriot. tuce. Thre*- dollars, if paid four dollars, if delayed &**.. ■* '*>«•« -.y ■ of five or more, a deductioir of twenty per cunt, if paid in advance, will be allowed. Aw one sending tu five or more paying subscri- ■halt be entitled to 4 oopy, gratis UM19IKO.—One dollar per square ot ten lines for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each uent insertion, if paid in advance; if not, 50 per the amount. To those who add jaaoriable deduction from the business communication^ interests, will& chargedthe ^.nts; and these, together with all [nired by law, if not paid in advance, by some responsible person before offeandidates for all importantand ; for mi...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 29 January 1853

T H E S T A R STATE PATRIOT. THE PATRIOT- -EDITED BY J. MARSHALL, MARSHALL) Texas . . . Jan. 29. 1858. CONTRADICTION. SATURDAY MORNING. Any rumor t^t this paper is about to stop is wholly unfounded. Some effort to malte h per. muncni arrangement with a practical printer, -and the incessant watching*fif a sick iamily, which have drawn ua from the office, may in part have led to this rumor. 80 far from smpendirtg, wo have in (hp last w«tk ordered «orno new typo and priming nm« terlnl. and have on hand paper,'die,, for months yet to come, and intend to buy or build an office soon. J. MARSHALL. OiTSevere illness in tho Editor's family has again prevented his attrition \n business. 0^"The weather lor tho last ten days has hetn dry, Mid fltu* as October. «T We have received a communication llom Locomotive, but too lato for insertion; it shall however appear next week. 03TM. J. Hall, Esq., will accept our thanks lor a late copy of the N. 0. Delta. Cotton.— Wo were surprised a week ago to s...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 29 January 1853

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT S R ;w Si f ;i V New Orleans Markets. Crescent Office, Saturday \lorning, Jan. 22, '53. COTTON—We left the Cotton market, at the date of our last weekly review, with a firm and act rve appearance, the sales of Friday having embraced 13,600 bales, closing an aggregate business tor the week of 57.000 bsles. Saturday was a rainy and disagreeable day throughout, but notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, several buyers appeared early in :he market, and the sales readied 12.000 bales," the market closing firmly at Friday's lates. On Monday the demand was good, but as factors' opened the business of the day with advanced pie tensions, operation-, were checked, and the sales were limited to 7.500 bsles, prices for the higher grades bsing very foil, but without any material change for the Middling and lower qualities. On Tuesday fac- tors put up their rates ¿a]c, but few buyers seemed disposed to operate at the advance, and the sales reached barely 5.500 hales...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 29 January 1853

t a 1' o ú ñ 1 i fli P i T ¿1 í o r. s'vVKBT ¥f£jfcí«?S ROS 3. BY 6 COROS LlNLKÍ. T!rt qtitet of mv own loved cot, And thy fone smile, ¡still be my lot; i gladly take what fortune throws, So ihoa art mine, sweet Village Rose. Í ask not wraith to crown my board— O, what are Fame's bright wreaths to me! I'm rich beyond the misera hoard, While 1 am loved by thee. Though thickly strewn the winter snow IJe gatber'd on our roof-tree now, .1 heed not how. the tempest blows. So thou art by, «weet Village Rose. Our happy hearth is blazing bright, A wejeome in each eye hath smiled, And gaily wears the hour of night, With tale <W legend wild. MEET ME IN THE PRIMROSE DEU«. BT T. MILLAR. When a shade is on the wooj, And the nightingale is -inuing, And echoes ro 1 along the flond. Prom the vesper boll low swinging; When the wind* pass gently by, Stealing odor* from the rose, When the moon walk up the sk), And the song-ljirds seek reposo— Meet me in the primrose dell. When the bells of flowers ...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 12 February 1853

--^-ÜES£iíi2fcf. "*• * IWP 14 WITHOUT rarox, OTO IXDMENDEJICK AND LIBEBTY WOULD NEVER üaintaiiced. Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, February 14, 1853. Whole No. 847. STATE PATRIOT, .PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATÜBDAV MOBBING, BY J. M^SHAIJ., Editor and Proprietor. Terms of the Patriot. a in advance. Three dollars, if paid months. And four dollar , if delayed 1 time. of fire or mOre, a deduction of twenty adtaliea, wiiLbe<aU<¡ e«L , fivü owae psyingaabsci;;- mm,*— -t -««ORygráfú. v' ' Adv^tiswg.—Ope^ollar per m cent will be added to tne amount. i u u«*« vertiseby the year, a reasonable deduction from tne above rates will be ntode. , . . Political, personal and business communications promotive ofindi vidual interests, willbe charged the i ■ ■ !■ ■ «iimwéiiuminntH" and these, together with nil in advance, person before >rtantand inw 3 as advertisements; and these, togethe pnblicatíonawquirod by.law, ifnot paid in most be assumed by some responsible pers P>AnnOTm««Bentof«i...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 12 February 1853

THE STAR ST A T E PIT T. m THE PATRIOT. M EDITED BY J. MARSHALL, mtSn^Li Texas ... Feb. 12. 1853. fT* E. W. WitET, Sonthom Literary atid A1" vertisinjr Agent, No. 17 Charles street, N. Or^ns; U the only agi seriptions and i ent in New Orleans, to recede 8«|)- cards^aod collcpt accounM due this peper CT S. 6. Cohen, General Newspaper Agent, Farquhsr Buildings, No. 12, PWadelphia, Pa ; will act is th® Ag©nt pf this pnpt* to the .city of Pnila- 4*lphi*. * / " y 1 • JEJ- Wanted, *> Eastern Tecas and North Louisiana, « trying agent for this paper. Good reference are indebted to Gen. Rusk for a apfcch of Gen. Cass on the tripartite Cuban Convention. O^r We are indebted to C. S. Bensley 6t Co., 18 Canal street, New Orleans, for a Cres- cent of a late date. Mr. B. has embarked in tjie grocery business where wo wish him abun- dant success. 0$~Col. W. 11. D. Ward will accept our (banks for a filo of New Orleans papers. Oír The lovers of good music will not over« look the card of Professor ...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 12 February 1853

mm THE STAR S.TATE PATRIOT *w T#rk Mi Pftclftc BallrMi Ceapany. Tha Houston Teligraph, in speaking of the Washington Correspondent's letters to the Jour• nal of Comment upon the above subject, says: "The writer says the company have not de. signaled or selected any route, and may take tke Missouri, or Cov. Roane's, or Geu. Rusk's n* a. The chanter of the Galveston and Red Rim Railroad Company would enable this Ito extend the road from Red-River to io Grande, at would only be necessary to set the main trunk from Houston in a north* erly direction to i point where a branch could be extended eastward to Red river, in the di- lection of Vicksburg or Memphis, and another would extern) westward to a point on the Rio Grande, near El Paso. The company would (hen be entitled to eight sections of land for «•oh mile of road. If the creditors of Texas would unite with this company, and agree to re- ceive railroad stock for the full amount of their claims against the State, possibly Texas would ...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 12 February 1853

THE STAR STATE) PATRIOT. [From the N. O. Crescent. THE OLD CHURCH ROAD. by wm. f. br annan. Winding through the everglade Where my school-boy scenes Were laid— Near the meadows where the bees Tell their thefts to every breeze — Wher<t the woodland flowers bloom, Wasting all their 9weet perfume— Passing by a cottage door, Now, alas, my home no more— Leading to the House of God, Is the blessed Old Church Road. Ambushed in a bowei of green, Yonder spire is dimly seen, Like a sentry from on high, Pointing upward to the sky; In that pleasant ambuscade, Checkered with the sun and shade, Stands the church where first I trod In the way that leads to God. Now I drag life's weary load Up along the Old Church Road. I have come to see once more The dear haunts I loved of yore; Comrades of my early years, Where are now your smiles and tears — Smiles of welcome, tears of joy. Greeting home the long-lost boy ? Silence palls my listening ear— No familiar sound is here. • On the grave-stone, gray...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 19 February 1853

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 19 February 1853

2 THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. i iiWiW THE PATRIOT, EDITED BY J. MARSHALL, MARSHALL* Texas . . . Feb. 19. 1853. Wiley, Southern Literary and Ad- vertising Agent, No. 17 Charles street, N. Orleans; is the only agent in New Orleans, to receive sub- scriptions a ad cards, and collect accounts due this * tÉJ- S. B. Cohen, General Newspaper Agent, Farquhar Buildings, No. 12, Philadelphia, Pa.; will act as the Agent of this paper, in the city of Phila- delphia. _ 'V.B. PALMER the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in the cities of Boston, New York and and is duly empowered to take advertisements api subscriptions at the rates as required by us. His recéipts will he regarded as payments. Ííis Offices ¿re—BOSTON, Asollay's.JJuildipg; NE W YORK Tribune ?mWirtp7 PHILADELPHIA, N. W. corner of Third ántl.Chestnut streets." <KT it is-again our misfortune to have no New Orleans trails by the Thursday evening's stage. This is provoking ; especially so, when it is k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 19 February 1853

•> THE STAR STATE PATRI0 T. Th« lumon slaves.—The Tribune pub. liahes a full and pathetic history of this slave fiunily, giving incidents and circumstances to •how that the various members of it have been served a good deal as Uncle Tom and George Harris wero. The story winds up by stating thai they are all nicely settled down in Maiden, Canada. Now, then, there is another side to this story, and had we half the money or the facilities the Tribune has to go into an examination of the negroes at Maiden, or in other places in Canada —tell what we have seen, and get from •• their own mouths " the history of many of the poor runaways, we could tell a story that, for wrongs unavenged, crimes unpunished, and injustice unatoned for, would go as far beyond the history of lha Lemmon slaves, as the " Mysteries and Miseries of New York " do beyond the ordina. inoes of every dav lile. Let some one )r side of the hmise do as Horneo done—take the pains to. learn the ial history of half the run...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 19 February 1853

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. tsmmm The Death of Margaret Fuller CsmU. Y NAUY CLAIMS. ■ • O Italy I aftlid thy Menea ol Mood. Sha acted long a Worn tn'a noble pittl Soothing the dying of thy sons, proud Home, Tilt thou weft bowed, O city of her heart I YY hen thou hadst fallen, joy no longe# flowed In the rtch sunlight of thy beaveúj And from thy glorious dome* and shrines of ait, No quick ning impulse to her life was give . From the deep shadow oí thy express hills; From the sdft beauty of thv'clas io plains; The Noble-Hearted, with.her Treasures, turned To the ht land where Freedom proudly reigns. After the rocking of long yeara of storms, Her weary spirit lookM and long'd ftfr rest ; Pictures of home, of loved and kincifad forms, Rose warm and life-like in her aching breast. fíat (bo Wild ocean rol I'd before her home; And, listening long unto its fearful moan, She thought of myriads Who had found their rest Down Tri its caverns, silent, deep and lone. Then rose the prayer within her h...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 19 March 1853

X- > T 4'*' & 1 Si \ V? "without union, our independence AND LIBERTY WOULD never have BEEN ACHIEVED—WITHOUT UNION, THEY NEVER CAN BE MAINTAINED." Vol. V. No 44. Marshall, Harrison Comity, Texas, Saturday, March 19, 1853. 9S THE STAR STATE PATRIOT, PUBLISHED RVBRY 8ATURDAY MORNING, BY J, MARSHALL, Editor and Proprietor. Whole, No. Terms of the Patriot. Two dollars in advance. Three dollars, if paid Within tbreo months. And four dollars, if delayed beyond that time. To CfctíBa of five or more, a deduction of twenty per ¿ettt, If paid in advance, will be allowed. / ny one sending as rm or more paying subscri b^.'n, shall entitled to a copy gratis. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines or leas, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, if paid in advance; if not, 60 per cent will be added to the amount. To those whoadd vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communicati...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 19 March 1853

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 19 March 1853

i11 ■«.y NRW A DTE RT1 JjJB M E NT3. NEW «BOM! SEW GOODS! I" TTTE HAVE RECEIVED, and will continue VV to receive, one of the largest and best se- lected stock of goods ever brought to this market, consisting of— Huí. Cads. ""■'■'I f m ' ^ Boots, Shoes, Prints, Silks, De Laines, Bonnets, Ready-made Clothing, Cottons, etc., etc., •Towhiohwe invite the attention of our customers. PIERCE, TAYLOR & CURTIS * Marshall, March 19, '53. n44:tf n THE GENUINE COTTOJV 8KEB, '(Originally from Central Atnenca,) The Cotton from which commands two and three • '¡ore in market than ih® ordinary varieties, are ■w for sale IN MARSHALL, f ' AT WARD &. VIVION'S. Also at PORT CADDO AND JONESVILLE, with samples and certificates. Refer to' Colonel W. T. Scott ind Dr. A. Parker, ofHanieon coonty. JOHN HUNT. March 19th,'53. n44:tf Joel L. Ii tke District. Court of Harrison County, State of Texts—No. 2d44. (Spring Term, 1853.) Joseph Külingsworth i attachmert and Gar- £ nishme.nt. m. J The Statu of Texa...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
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