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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 13 May 1852

i - A cenK JBHIt9 ?JT ol Of Judge Thomas J. Dcvlnc to tlio Grand Jtnry of Ucxar County delivered May jitb Yf9S2 Gentlemen of the Grand Jury 0Youaroselected from' tho body of tlio County of Bexar to enquire into and pre- sentment make of all violations of the criminal laws. I am required to give especially inchargo to your body tlio fol- lowing laws : thc"act prohibiting private "banking oud-tho issuing of notes or bills to pass as money" also tlio "act to sup press gaming" and the act to punish "harboring runaway slaves;" as also the "act to suppress dueling" and the -"act to punish swindling and other offences" jiamed in that act; likewise the "act to punish those concerned in making selling and locating fraudulent land certificates" and the "act to prevent the obstruction of 4iavigablo rivers and streams." Your attention is likewise directed to the pro- visions of an net prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors to slaves and the "purchasing of any article from slaves without t...

Publication Title: Western Texan, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 13 May 1852

m'i.L jtfmwi n m ri Hi D. .101IOSON. Selling Off. Toxt Texas CoiiUiiiiiioner of Drcili (or OT&iiH rl .. -V' r vJ. .v oruaauti 5JET ' K CKa tSlatci. ' Jr.lcl State and ccrti 35 t cum me Comtc tic huncc W. S. f?Me mce of fe. iKfbuncc.'VVIt. ullfce of Shorlff SP August clcc uinceJAMI$ oimo in ine unmn iimrumems m writing uicniicatea lor rjso or recoru inpin ui we i. Instrument! acfanowtalfea liefore a .1 -- i..- RU f.. .t... .......... 1.. .1.- oilier mJiiipciciu uuii'cr liny iuuimjt iii ma certified to bv me ns Commissioner can be used lit any State of the unions Document forwarded l))' mail oroicrwuewiJi receive jroiiipiaiu.-nuuu. JYolic'c AIJj pCMorrtlndebred to iVtrfirrrjof-L. Dcsmazleres ara iicrctrr quctfed'td makelmmeiliate naynent In Hid tuiilcrsijrt for tliij pUTjidje of clo!nff biHUieM. iiprll JJ4 jgjDCglMAZIliRns. GnEATHlwL IKS IN OOOD9. S1 Intend loufrtri&UliiMi iMi. f now offer for s ale &iy OootljJrocerIci Wines Liquors of fcort prices strrctlyTur cash. The Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 3 June 1852

WTTv IX L ... i r . " " fc- 'frgPW;sfr PWMM M0NIC&-WAS TIURSDAY JUNE 3 1852.; vqi:. i f fo: .33; W':T I ' ' iu ''1 ' "' ' I -Vr 1 ' WW i i y- A i B WESTERN TEXAN. J. h. lvons j. s. Mcdonald & co l'tilAishirs mtrt lroprictor$ SvllCnlPTtai TwnllnlUri nor nnitnm. m Arfntir. Twu and a Hatfll paid in six months or Three Hilars if not paid until the expiration of the year. One Hollar -nd Twenty-Five Cents for six moms . Hates of Advertising: J'or etch square often lines or less first insertion $100 Kach subsequent Insertion : t t : t : : t 60 After three mouths :::::! t ::: : 25 Business cards ten lines or less per annum : : 10.00 For six. months : : : : i : : : : i i t 000 For three months ::::::::: t : : 401) One column per annum changeable quarterly : 100.00 Half C5.UU quarter " C0.0U All except lepal advcrllsements handed In without being marked with the number of Insertions desired will be continued till otherwise ordered and charged at the above rates. Announcements of enndi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 3 June 1852

t J V ) 1 r-V s L li SKETT JSS OP EajvLf .TIMES IN S ly STJQtlN TEXA9No. a. INDIAN IAMPAIONS OP KUYKENDALL AND nnowtf 1839. Jh the winter ofl 82829 Mr. Thomas Thompson opened n small furm on the Colorado a short distance below whero Bastrop"-' Muudsi Ho planted corn but o' red it unsafe to move his family on to t lie plnee ond continued to pesldeMn.'tliu settlement below intending to move bin family us sood ns prudence bjjgujd dictate. Ill Iio monjh of July Mr. Thompson Veiil up o sec IiM crop nnd found n uarty.of hoijle indhins occupying tho prc'tuise.CdeM roving Ins corn nud vegotn- "blc$ and prepared for defence should they be ntuMied. He returned to the Settlements raided ten men and deter- 'mined to rctnliatu upon the marauders. Approaching the cncninpniciit of the sav- ngcs'by uiht he chtwc n fnvomblo po- ilion for1 ri daylight nttnek and in f noli innnnur n ttTjirotrtit his party ns far as oslbTc from'thu enemy V fire. At dawn the little troop opened with severe effect upon t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 3 June 1852

5J tUmXt&& i tt & (an fij ' -C" Details by the Canada. Tho foreign mails to tho "Mi by the Canada tit Boston have come to linnd. England. Great devastation lias been produced in England by heath and moss fires. Whole plantations havo been bunted over and game crops nndhoucs destroyed. At llolmo Fen limits tho fire spread for six miles and the loss there is estimated at 20000. The West India trrJer David Luchie Captain Close tool .oat sea while on her voyage from -omerara to London tand was totally "destroyed. Tho crew wade for the mouth of the Orinoko about 00' miles distant where they landed. vriieMrc is attributed lo spontaneous com bustion of the coals on board. Ireland. A commission waited upon he Earl of Eglinton concerning the Irish packet station : Ills excellency said that tho report of the commissioners on tho subject of an American packet station being in favor of Holyhead would probably at present seem lo operate against tho object sought for; but for his own ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 3 June 1852

nL 1 9!tB3PZi3HUJmZ 1 1 'K 1 'If w ..'' A - 'V J r-ir V ! V0iSTEMTEXAN. . A' He Dweiicth in Love. Biv who U ho that ilwolletli in love? What U real lovu but warm nnd genial n flections suekiu objects out of self upon whiult-Jt-ruii bestow nil that it linilil To dwoU'iu love i iu dwell In the exoruuu of i;6tJd Tectioipv :y$.i ix' . .i tf bcfVnut thetnmi Whoo lovo U from the LorU dwells tfot in lite eelMiootl; not that pelf te destroyed but it i put in its proper ilnt:o. Every man know nnd feels dial iwery act of pirn bouevolciieu returns bael; to him in refahin stream- of re uiprocited kindness or infuean interior joy nnd satisfaction to himself; yet is not tor this end (hat he loves and seek to benciU his fellow creatures It is his love bis very life to be in good uses; he delight in seeing nnd making others happy; he fuels priiigiux up in hi inmost ton) an interior blesedueM inaidinnnd witix ing the joy of other?. lit- Life i Tovi nnd ho dwells in the heaven of love and thus ho "dw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 15 July 1852

""IBr " "5 " -T- SMHHIB0l9ffiffiBflHf3iraiBIHHHHBIHRBHKI w jflr J ii i l Tj -- Jft.cs t W F" jrTii i d!LHHki t l 1 t A 47 - Al tWBTsBBsTsTi .M n'Jt&yAiJp ' ?flst V fttf fej vvt n -'WXC V 4 1. fc VOL. 4." WESTERN TEXAN. j. h. iiYONS J. s. Mcdonald & co ' Vuttlloh:rsiandiVrojirtttore rwr jonv. luces " SOBiCRtrrioN TwoDoUarVrftnnu:i'nail?tn"' 1Va"nda "lalf W paM in tlx nfinlh.. of Thrw DU. If nolnaiduiiiilUieoiplnilioHofthejear. OuePulUr i.- and T wentyPWo Coins for nx tnomus. to' Hates oi AUciii'b For each square of leu tines or lex firit;msertion;$l :-'Kaehiubequent Inierlioii t t : J ; ' tt:'llne;orte;.r.nnum ; ; 10.00 For ii montiii : ; ; ; ; J 4V0 SUpcuuuinchangeabMuarterly : 10000 f " ;; ;: :; SS 1 QAUexcenl legil advcrtiiemcm.. W'ed in wilhdul tehJl SSei Willi the number of iiwtiioiu de.lred .wi a Sminued ull otherwlie ordered and charged at ihe abtve rale LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Sac. 22. That in all cae where n citation or other process is required to be served by publica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 15 July 1852

HHBzaamm r .V -fi' rj. r . LKr:f'4F i .V.' "fe 'tf . C vfc. vfi f v '- - t"-1 j. j---- AJin-tfvn :.At7 - k-4r '. . ; tt m n rat j '( 0 'i 4 uH b ' J' lh.. m ;W A 'V 3 (i. !ituiima.nrwMiLiimi Hassan tho'Wiso Uassan Ben Omar threw himself psos- tralu upon the ground outside or tho wall of jlawora rind tore his hnlr with rage.vIn -tltrec year of riot mid lux- ury "1)P ht dissipated tho wealth which lie lind Inherited frpm the Good Omar Iris uithei;. "ITU houses his vhi- yards liisojivo yaitU were1 nil gono ; mid now ho would lie eouipejlul to melt em- ployment o a' camel driver or beg of tho"Qh6'lmd feiutedtsumptuouIy aipon his extravagance. ' ' " R VBM f v IIo cursed In unhappy fate: reproached r Allah; bhvpherned the lViphet; nforge'd hu mentis 'Wilt iu;:rmnuue( nuti called .loudly upon death toreluau him frnm lib v misery. q.. . - J i His old servants npproaehed and tried to comfort jiim: hut ItodrovoiheuTnwuy whh'ubuscnud blowsnnd dashed himself again upon the earth. Jjt&ft lon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 15 July 1852

n w w J K A "i irt 'I i 3- J t "I V t ;v i Telegraphed to tho N" O. Picayune. ' "Death and Fnnepil of Henry Clay. Washington Juno 20. lloury Glay VHctl at half.past 11 o'clock this morning. Last evening Mr. Clay's rniml was slightly wandering. Ho spol;e incolier- 'ently oT his wife anil children. This morning at an early hour there 'were decided symptoms of his approach- 'ing dissolution but tho assistants did not feci certain that tho sad event would tnUo place until! within ten minute. of the actual moment. lie remained silent and quiescent until half an hour before his death when he nsked for drink which his sou gave him through a silver tube. Mr. Clay then said to his son "Don't leave me!" Presently he motioned to have his needs- cloth removed which was done lie remained quiet for n fow moments nud then said "I am" hero his voice failed Inn. lie remained unable tospeak nud calmly expired in tho course of ten minutes. All tho public offices in "Washington were immediately closed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 15 July 1852

.f.-v - T-WWM Sk. r ft . ? v . W&' f $ tt ' feipfcw ti V ism lFT HHi im t. 4. mm. mawM-ww $jt iflrstmi tam. Bullfrog Concert. An eastern editor has been favored with a grand Frog Concert. He transcribe the reel- Ration as follows: "Kung de nung kung tun? tt Koode kung to ko Titter! titter! nong ' '' Titter! iluerlkou" "V 'is ' row. cwonca. Bung dcTcaint-lclckrifKulp ?. Te'te WeVnoun koo. - Hftt.O flOTftAMO. TfuMcry pe de we de kuni Pe be tvoct pe de we;tl atones or ium rpicr. Kiln; kung tratii hunk Dlffgory ktitu de kum de boo. Tnr.f-TOst) iOt.o. Tr A n to u'eei ' WYeterry dec! The effect w truly antoufshln;; tlie M.trs blinked ami the balmy zoplieis Mopped to Latch the enchanting melody. i!.mx '"M-iiiJ"1 v.1-1 .j.jl mirisvr WIT HUMOR AND SENTIMENT.! Scraps from iho Dutchman. Nowtou in speaking of the velocity of I sound; says it travels nt the rate of 0C3 I feet a second Flnmstncd nnJ Dcrlinm I 1142: Florentine Acndoniv 1M8; Dn JHnniel 1172 JJoyJe. 1200; KoDcrts 1300; FHW&M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 23 September 1852

"& SJlte vL " Ste ;i aafif a .- . wi&ww i I !; ' 1 bsUtcdv I i -i : 4fM9 9d tln.'f r.. . iu'mit (iit'c .7;rrraaT8a UIWOTMA tXAft inirMtftVVinuuT i ..iffr'q" mauu !HtMvil 1Tf ' i UHntl"! TM V fl tfitm'l 1(''T 'IT J! fi ' -nlT 5T VLUmi JK) LJHJJJJALL'mtfm.'JLll.'UKJUg.HL'im'iUU iU.U.-lLia!mUB.U affrasran 55S BMBKHaMBiaaBBMHHM H)L. 4. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THUftSDAX SEETElBER 23 1852. MQsMj n ) yi.'im k yu 11 .4tfu V'rs; - ' -rt.TWtwunir'i' 'wwstfm m ICKJJBILiH imfe iTm&s&r. jmvtmy vm&mefmp m w -ftrt ' tir w w w- v Ny w i ittHHSJI gwo.yiMpii;' .ww j pHF Bam.il J l iyyr? WESTERN TEXAN J.rHi LYONS J. S MoDONALD & CO lublt$hcr$ and M'ropricIarB 8riielVT!os Two Dollars pur ntinum.flfKrnHff Two and a Ilutfifpatcl In t! iinniths or ThrruDUaM tr tint paid until llu expiration of Oiuyrnr. Ono IJulliir hud Twenty-Wive Ccnptfurelx mouths. Hates of Advertising: for etch square of ciplit linen nonpareil or ten J ' fcrtvler fiut fmtertfcm I : : t : : : : : 100 Ki(h subsrqurul in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 23 September 1852

wssssa ' WESTERN TEXAN. DAll ANTONIO! TUmtBtAYtatSPT13M11Kngat18S For President. GEN. FRANKLIN .PtERGE. op Nr.w nMPaiiRR Tor Vice President. COL. WILLIAM It. KING BWiMgfcrr3 np IMtlUU (nTf.cTnnA rmi Tim statp. at r.Artm: IMmUKJjO. tiVANS of Unrrixin GUY M. BRYAN of Drnxarin. ssxtrrz: . " . MftTTllOT V.I.KCTOJt. Gtionftri w: s:jytij. of jnppr RGBfcltT S. NEIGUnOllS. of Rcxnr. 13 i i L1L "'. . '-J I HIJ"T (TAeftlniewM ftt n the ltih.hr tin military hi trtWrtftmhtftrtnnhf th t trance ft h. AmMkrin Army lhjathafeitr;nfMexien. COcnl?tmith Vin tMitrnM frrtm hi viil In thr Srilci looking quite rrlrexHdnnrl ln(?nrufrrt. jj i ' ' - t- - PJ7 pfeMM. Denmnn utirt flii'innr imcd the. hivrrs t(f thTrpdfhorrsn rl to n xry rxrcllrnt iin.l fa1i. f$mhW 'Cotillion' farty nn 1sl Taenia? minc Though fnn.l of'-trippiny thf Nf-ht fnntiHtlr iw"w wnr net there. We are taring otirsntf fat Oi pfnwr bjrbacne. ' right wTtntrndlans. " lMrtlrr hsfbtrn rrUr4 In'ihii rlly from Papi. )VrAi. (Wallaeflbilli-r' Kiutwii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 23 September 1852

t - 'v .V 4 i - I - 4- DeMBcralicicoting. VJTC J I SnamN Sept. '9ih 1852. Pursuant to notice previously given a lArgcThithibor of' the iDcmocracy of Gnnd JfAJdp&'County assembled at the Methodist 'fehdrch for the purpose of organizing and to appoint a County Committee. On motion Col. Jonathan Douglass iwa.calledto tho chair nud W. B. Leigh bE(.y appointed Secretary. The chair- Imanibrteily stated the object of tho meet M-r 11. Maj. Neighbor the Democratic Elec 'Wfor I tiii Kftiuiml Pnt.frrrnnnl Hlctrint moved that tho Circular "of the "State j Democratic Ccntrat Committee" be read by the Secretary ; previous to putting the motion however tie asked leave-to make a few remark!. After dwelling a Miort time upon the importance of organizing aim wte exercise ui vigilance on me pari ;of the Democracy of the County ho pro cccded briefly but explicitly to define the. position of Gen. Pierce upon the abolition and compromise measures. Af "lor he resumed his seat the motion was put and ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 23 September 1852

t&?pr- TTtvtr MM 'lifaWmt toon. &&&' An Irish Idler. ai I lfJi' JH. ... !-.. P -- T 1 anai-iio luuuwiii iL'iiur iiuuiiiii irmimnn tathj country wn? Iinmlcd n fmv months . EgoVtotbo editor of tlio Bntnvia Spirit of rUjjrimcs.'by n veflrrnble Irlh gentle raan'Aviili per'inio to tunica it public. ".Thb.'Ifcttcr i Miperftcrllicil n follows : 7T4 a W : im r in Gumm.. & 06 fltHktuttU " v.Qfaone '- 'ATiiif tU.t lum 1QI7 my dear Judy rco'mmenued this letter vosterdnv. If It doesn't comb tb htiYM you mny allow ihjiI.'jyoljicrc4 but gpne to Quebec- 'leu liamay that his brothers Oimilv i all dead entirely bnrrin the cow. God bless her I'd write yon morn hut ns there jv no wayof sending this 1 will juu let it go ns it is Remember mc in your pray era nnd to all the Flaherty' .No more at 'present from your loving ItiKhatid if alive 'FhaoVOllitoy and if dead God rost his soul P. S. If this letter don't reach you imistMet mo know by return of Post nndjoii't wait for another unti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 30 September 1852

V . f bf od np.n r -- Ml MB xfl? xm M MB I K2 II )&ct I PxlsvW PiHp " ( (HI : I ' "' I WEtttm tP'BnW.' "& ton . -m f'iii oaAIOTJ .it . tr. LlBV aW W H BL ? lav PikS r IH Hi -J&ffi WLzmam H HI 3. iH iH .Hi ... " ..1LH..1 lHI:'bHu a ill (HI 1H 1 IHif! tt . inu( .-; - '-!V .nTr i--i- bhoi -i i 9t ) ll iff I' - to " fciTC .'5- MM ii v ii. SAN USiTOmo TEXAS THU1SDAY BEPTEIjBEE 30 18:52 I YBkV AT . HI lL ! .H IM sf IWK FH Hl 1 1 Hlh - 'MMLV " .' ' t'Jf? ' l" Fl IM IK ' A" '" 7'-' i3L;... ib&x twrr tii ih i ivtv thi iih ju . ba' -jj xm. w wmmv iih ih hi tav w ftkb- t-- irwnBrri n i it &. v .-i noK vU&sS'' mm m Wk t mwL Jm JJ - Kr ' A B M )m . r.nm. i m yu yMMi.iii 'Uim ' "'""-"-' .. 11 unit - -- J I - r . - -.)'. i P'. KI1IJ :TT; . j ' " '. i . . . . -i-i n -- ' ; n;;?A.i A-V.- i Nil --r i -iW-m y--r- mTi-rr i -w rnTYTT nt 1 TT T1TITlTi'S jrTTnTT- t r -i rvfrx Ti yy-jaiKcjii-ju ' ' " ' '" -.mi ' - '- i. i.i M i 1-n... . ii . .. . . I- .. . I.. . .... i - . . ' ! LJJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 30 September 1852

- I 1 The Lobos Islands A letter from Captain James C. Jcwett to Mr. Webster dated Ausj. lGth contains n list of fif- teen ships and five barques ttmt hayo been despatched by liim and othersto jRp Lobos Islands in scorch of guanoVSS'e Mr. Webster's first letter on .the subjfgt1; nnd Captain Jcwett Mntes ibthpy were sent on the strength of thaimidiix1- pressed in that loiter and tliO protection promised from our navnl force. One of ! ieiaU tlin liirnilu Qnmli Ctt tn IIIO 03Sli HH1 IJIUUUC VUllltl UIIUCll "Hl JVIanjLOthervc&$els wcr directed by the time partfesi be cent on the same I) & 66 Jirftlthero will probably bu mam ere 0112 a very lurira Hcet ol American est.alio(l$!nndto(o)inmtcaroeiof' TntHflmrtlnndr'toiQlilnfntcafgOflJofcgiiwaTWfc'rf .-t - .w ". guano. The7uujlpr(aluiiijis an Immense P &effim(!u- Vigil"? :RL .Ww my lp( i'r..'S4;";:'.';-' r:; .rttTi; r.t. 41 Iwcen'tliG iu6VoVerjimenlfc to perim fuVerpnipulA to poring !te&???hfs V4 .iyidwji4thor fa" v -- -.. . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 30 September 1852

..- . 1 TWirr -Y-w-wwiygfi k El Paso (Moxico) July 10 18321 2V ft E'titor ofjhc tfnion t ' 'Being in' a portion of the' cofttuibiit rappaFehtly unknown to the present aduiin- laiiru(i6n I request the privilcelof yoyr Columns for the1 purpose of representing ')ts '.social and political Pit nation to the' oppb'shjbn; It may be that wo tore too remote from the great centre of national ;p6cr to'commauJ attention V hut being AlnGncan citizens our people claim the right of qrpoiMralhg when titfglffted or .oppressed. Tins ye Imye repeatedly' done to the proper departmental officers government but they have us Invaria- bly met us with reproaches and contumely AVohave never received a single marVof notice much less of favor from thoinres cut admmisfrution ; ntiJ the timoVhns come whtjU'cntreaftqi nmsftsensornnd be turned into .the more cflicleht means of self'preservaiion. Ye have .sutTeYeaall the horrors of an incessant warfaretlvvith tlieliitlmn; our lowAa and fnncliesiave fceen -.utterly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 30 September 1852

fctufc.K.. ffliiWistom torn. OK .ra f "A itEllO F0H THE OCCASION; . t on &fep.W Jim Willi IUled a "Pile. ' Mnhjr of onr reader no doutit recollect .thcttcetious comedian Jim Willi who plfejred In St. Louis some years ago lie wsq queer conpound of liurnan natures; ft rpau ivlio could with ease make others -laugh but seldom ever laughed Ititnself; 'litaelancliolymniiitt through life mined him-to "shuffle off this mortal coil" ore hnlf-his tace; wns run. About the time the Texas excitement ntW;sq high in the United State? Jim Willis 'was in Pittsburgh in that shun- tforWo common to (May actors viz: "flat broke1 standing on the wharf with his solemn visage expanded planning how he should get down the river without money when he'henrd n drum aiid fife. Heaw a half-uniform soldier about em barking for New Orleans hcoringa Texas banner. A thought struck him. Next day he sent his trunks on board the first boa ftp start aud just us the Captain gapped the. bell the last time Willis steppe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 7 October 1852

A wniJl -il ; .t A) M-i .a i .Y .1 !! j-xs .A. i wo .t .i ' . ;i ' HaanaHwiBBHi . VOL 4. SAN ANTOHIO . TEXAS THURSDAY OGTOEEfc 7 1852. ' " : ''r'-lMK . l'vi v' "8 "WESTERN TEXAN. J. H. LYONS J. 8. MoDOXTALD & CO Vubittthcrs and Proprietor flvmcslrTioK Tw(i1)ullnrsnernnuinVffafr(inr Twit nud a Ituirif paid In ilx months or Thrra Pilar if nut paid until the expiration of the) tar. One Dollar ud rweiityPlreCciiuforilx month. Hates of Advertising: Tor each square of eight lines nonpareil or ten Diipi brevier first insertion : : ! i t t i : 8100 Kich lub'equriit linertfon i t i i t i : : SO After three mouth ; t f f t : i . '; j ? 'J3 iluiiuess cards ten lineiorless.pernnnum : t 1000 Kor stx months :;:;::!::::: O.uo For three mouth i : : .i : j :.::: ; 400 necu1umnncranuuiiichaiigeablcquartcrlr t 1 2500 Half i . ru.oo quarter " ' " 3500 AUiclpl tetrnlndrertlscments hutuled lit without btlng; marked with the number of insertions desired. wiUb continued till otherwise ordered and charg...

Publication Title: Western Texan, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 7 October 1852

sS V. v V S WESTERN TEXAN. BAN ANTONIO: TIIUItsb.VY OCTOnCK 7 I 18.1. Vor President GEN. FRANKLIN JJERGE5I or kp.vt itAMrAiiiRBf '? For Vice President jrryncTnTVon tut: rtath at lahoh LEuUFsL 3 .EVANS of 1Inrrion GUY M. BRYAN of Brnzcuin. . f pisTntOT i:i.r.0Tpns rrrcmtww smyth. of jnpr. UOBERT.a NEIGHBORS 6f JJoxnr. Jill 1 J.'tr 'U-i.ua 1 RE53U5TC535 1.1m niliL!;.AO Deffinninff We return pur hanks 10 Dr. L. S. Ovren pf AlAm.?lr.lr a.very lepuctable JItof subscrl. ber for Tnrkip.wn which he promises to ingrgasg tVeifinin from bin Ictier that lh r.itjMPlitidvftrM'lMhhcd an independent week- .lrunftlljllnf from lhc former to the laticr place. jV Hncejvly hope our friend Imoiher sections (Uitpllaicilicnbtwe example and send in (he names of ilirlr frlenil.nnd ncVfrhbnrft. Our papfr.tsarnona;the.cheapet.t Irt the Stale being jnfjfcT.TTnDni.t.inn nrannitm nnd the postage when paid quarterly In advance lnonly fvrfsy- :f faecehtsn.iitar. . ' democratic Ilaljy. ( tlONUUTt W. IS a v ax. ne 01...

Publication Title: Western Texan, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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