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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 9 October 1854

/ san the alamo stab 1854 roifii ( wüilé«1|ifC WrUtenfor Ik Sur. V WOULD T<wr EMftLV. for those smoking young A ywng ummw, t polities Salival, has the following toast— •' The ladwa: w* admire them, beeaoaa ot —§~ a , - - - - A 11,! M ftlnantv their beftutr j ffspoct tMfn, owiiuw oi ioctt virtue; «dore the , beeiuw of their mUtB- fccnce} tod lore them, because we curt help it. Who eternal!jr pelf to, and chew, Filled ftt empty conceit, like a big pair of would Give it teraed «alíjr a kew; 1 veaMal fire moeh for sneh feWows, fee. 1 eiiMe'irirtr much fee those reki*boid s'mfTrs WW i«(«Tt)t will afanilrr a " few/' IrtmliljiifiiTi the price of their ¿inness, Or fcnjr (er their ladiee • shoe ; I wwUiH flee much for each husband , would I >xMa1 ftre math for wire that are lazy, And tire as they'd nothing to do, Whahafat their fcasbands and dfive them AjaiáMnetfcem their bargain* to rue ; 1 rnHll ffre OMich fer such tftves, would yon t 1 wouldn't fire much for a< fifi that leaiaa m...

Publication Title: Alamo Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 16 October 1854

m I / ¥ H TERMS FIFTY CTS. VOL. 2. u H K M i: M B E R THE ALAMO \ PER VOI.CME. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, OCTOBER 16, 1854. NO 7 HBSMH Till: ALAMO STAR, is pubj.jhukd O.N KVKIiV MONDA v by P. M-1WCOMH & Rob t J. LAM1JERT Ojficc on Solidad Stmt. From ihe Boston Know-Nothing. TO A.11UIUÍ ANH. . li say, shall the land ot tin* free, The lan«i out lathers bought with blood, lie i uled by strangers o'er the seal J>e sunk beneath a foreign flood I Sons of Amei iea, awake ! Lei not the ioj your biithright take ! There are no lowers, with ages stained, \Vh< •re truth and innocence are bound, Andthey, of noble treat ts, are chained, Who ut^er Freedom's lofty sound. O, say. «hall 'his lair hetitage, ll- eume tin* spot ol a tyrant's rag'* 1 Snail slaves, we've welcomed to our shore, In ignorance, and want, and woe, To share the fullness ol our store. llere, plot for Freedom's overthrow ? And governed by their Pontic 's nod, Nuw wrest our right to worship Go¡->. Sons of Liberty! arise! To ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 16 October 1854

y 2. THE ALAMO SÍAR. 1854- THE ALAMO STAR. VIWOOM1 «t LAMBERT, EDITORS. OCTOBER t«# !***• [r. C. K. Stribliog i* duly authorized to act an agent for the Star at Gonzales ami else where. N. & L. M * ■m *A11 the member* of the Youth5* Debating Club are requested (o attend a private meeting on neit Friday evening. Lone Stab.—No. 2. of this excellent little sheet is beíore us. It is edited and published by Masters Brown &. Jasper, two Yourig Amer- ica's. Terna 25c per annum,: address lirown & Jasper, Rusk, Texa . 7 To CoRRKsroNDitKns.—Y. TX K.—Austin.— It will be attended to, sir. Know Something,—Keep your trash to your self, we dont want if. ROttser— Respect ful ly declined. tJTThe pap ¿ra from near the sea hoard Mill speak of the ravages oí the late storm: The wholeqJZ.'-ihe country bordering on the coast has been mote or less injured. A bridal ball came oil' on last Fridayi ni^ht at the Plaza House*, we suppose it wan a* pleasant affair, at least we hope it wa«, but not b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 16 October 1854

m 1854. THE ALAMO STAR. MTTtiB ITEMS. The people ot* Montreal have got a machine lor sawing fire wood, which is carried about and worked by two horses. Won't the f'jrei^u- ers"\>e down on that machine 7 From the IsT January to June 17, 1851, sixty- four steamers were wrecked, involving a los* oí 8^71,4and 518 lives. Ten editors have been elected to the Canadi- an parliament. Charles Pre us*, who attended Col Fremont in his expedition*, and wHfc had a sun-stroke, lour year* ago, committed suicide three weeks ago, in Washington. It ¡^stated that Mr. O'Brien, the Irish exile, has ha l permission from the Kngii^h govern- ment to leave the penal colony, but not to ic- turn to Ireland. The Beai*, as well us the Mihuie women, have iieen driven into a state oi insanity by the l> in liiny ot the forests. On '¿1st Att^ttst, the tree navigation of the St. Lawrence teas conceded to American ves sel*. Oi.n Tow Rv it — A 1'tiredy : I Km t you i emember, old Towser, dear lvale, O 111 Towser,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 16 October 1854

—4 %- t 'í ■I' ~ - m J?- m m i THE ALAMO STAR. 1854 POETRY From tk True-American. THE DECK. Tis sometbi'ng like ten year ago, We danced and song together, ~ Aad wonueied to th- mouhta4tr fop To cull the blooming hea:her. *T«'as here we saw the lor res! bird In all his plumage gay, With his brightly featbeied mate, When the day bad passed away. 'Twas here we saw a lone deer feed Upon the mountain green ; I would give up ten yeais. of life To view again that scene. J MO. I>. NcIiEOD, PPRAISER and AUCTIONEER, San An tonto, Texas. liG-t;o;o O 'Twas sweet to see how fearlessly The lone wild deer would feed, Close by a little cottage door " On the bright grassy meed. In that cot a matron d welt- She was once ft huntsman % bride, And cared not for the festive half, She chose the mountain side. 4j&~ The deer well knew who dwelt within, And iearleswiy it strayed ; For no hand like her** could ever harm A thing which God hath made. Again, in the bright and summer lime, We wandered to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 21 October 1854

■MÉ TEUMS FIFTY CT8. u K E M E at B E K T H E ALAMO PER TOLTOtK. VOL. 2. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, OCTOBER 21, 1854. NO 8. Till; ALAMO STAR, IS riBl.lKHKI OS' KVKRV «iUIDAt BY J A M KS P. NKW.COM B. Oifi'? > n S<>11t'ntf Sfnrt. ..j. . Fiom the National Monitor THAT hi:HF.NUTU:. UV TOM TWIOOS. <knee^ in t it )<r nnforgotten hours, Wh'-u lii • wa« fresh, and fair, ami new, And all its birh. an I all in flower , Hnag . i cooping with the early dew,— Bo tore on f-r* I i n £* fell a blight. Oí an v rose of Thought cotí Id fade — %ly I<! ve t eame one starry night, And woke me with a serenade. The iiuiMi' n'cr my senses stole, And sweetly mingling with my dream, Tia imported mv imprisoned soul To bli^s, on its melodious stream. 1 lifV' i "hall forget that song, ( h the vuect tune the dear one played, As the soft ni^ht-wind bore along Tire verse* ol that serenade. He «an* of love—his loro for me,— Of ni , rr i a *"•' vows, nnd weddings too,— lie swore my hand ft^hottldhRt>c~...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 21 October 1854

7 ALAMO STAB. n nLBDlipf i Willi this fiuméer oi ik Sur ends our con- ; nection with it at one of the editor# and pro- _ prietors. We leave It and it* numerous read- UniMf,-OCTMHUt *1. IM4. ers wi,h ,nd wkich nothinf bal ,he, cun" fide nee we bare in its future conductor, James £. 9SWOOMB, EDITOR. 1854. WtfAf IS PAHHIOXf What i fashion t A •limulu to the acti< n of wealth, rank and all the ingredients th.-«t constitute the vitality of a oh v. A mask that covers a world of misery and presents t> the outward view, a pleasant and happy scene. The broken bands of domestic life. violated i * C. K. Stribling is duly authorised P. Newcomfr. cnutd have induced us to make to let as tfeol fov 4iti filir at Gonsales and : this at*p. Dtirinjp ©at connection with this j vows and promises, pinittg amkbroken heait , elsewhere. j journal we have engaged in many a pleasant j all the staging miserie* of Life, h*\ve up in \ conversation with our fellow citizen*, gener-; huge mass behind the gaud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 21 October 1854

ES i 85 L THE ALAMO STAR OXIjY A CHILD ' Who is. tu be buried he ret "said I totbe ex- on. "Only a child, ma'am." Only a child! Oh! had you ev?r been a mother—had you nightly pillowed that little ^ilden head—had you slept the sweeter lor that ¡¡ttle velvet hand upon your breast —had you waited fur the iitst intelligent glance froui tho*e heart a way—had you, wept a widow's tears < ver its unconscious head—had you desolate, iinid heait gained courage from that little pi- ping voicc to wrestle with the jostling en wd lor daily bread—had if loving smiles and prat* •ling words l>een recompense for such sad expo- - ire—had the lonely fyture been brightened by •he hope of that voting arm ro lean upon, that bright eye for your guiding .star—had you nev- r framed a plan or known a lope or fear, at which that child was no part. If there was naught else on earth left for yon to love—if dis- ease came, and its eye grew dim; and food, and rest, and sleep, where forgotten in your anxious b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 21 October 1854

■¡MppgH THE ALAMO STAR 1851 POSTRV. I * ALOYfi SCRAPE. 'Twas on the moonlit sidewalk, 'Neath the afianthus tree, That she leaned against my waf*tcoat, And whispered—"Marry roe!" Oh, that igoaMfl| foment I never «halt forfrf; Her lip* with nectar laden,— I tíffgjrf taste them yet. mJMÉT Jm Apgi A gruff "What And then l^ppri^ifed boot Applied wfá might and main ; I fell opon the sidewalk, And off went Mary Jane ! Basis*.—An edito# who has bren married a tout a year, speaking of the babies, say f The delight of the day --the torménU of the %ht-elegant in full dress, but horrible in dis- JXO. n. McLfcon. Appraiser and auctioneer, san an tonio, Texas. n6-t:o;o WEW GOOD , New Firm and Mew Stand 11 ON COMMERCE STREET* 3d DOOR from Main Plaza. CROSBY A Co., man- ufacturers, Whol^ale and Retkil Dealers in Boot* and Shoe , H ata and Caps, Would beg leave to inform the citizens of San Antonio and vicinity, that they have just ar- rived direct from New York, with a Mew and Paahionable Stock, Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 30 October 1854

*> 'J !'.I! MS FIFTY CTS. 1{ F. M K M II K It T II K A I, A M O I PEK VOLOME. | 1" VOL. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, OCTOBER 30, ls5t. NO <>• llii: AMMO STAR. i ft ma*m n o\ f * *t: i;oav bv JAMES V. M:\VCoMU. t;)i S- >t1 it O {ft Sii'i'rt, "' " 11 ■ JL.. ,iij 1.1 i., mi, in ■ ■ i i ,i \v iufij 11 r tit * A i a in i .Htui WW. T T 11:: • )i(. tiii: i xnisu i iioit i:. J'-V :•>, tk« put m.\, á, *■. r < it U'fKK ill. ' '.ii I \ei■> i; icn !s vli 1 not put on 'airs," on r «•ivin-rai i i * ir c mi .i 11 ;• ín n •. They wer we.I r i mate I ail I !i i.i M i tiMH ll g o ! sens^ jo to íli.i . T i >v weri• irh!y «!ad 1 o mm* th ir :Is. '••«:} í f be .i i i - v • I jo: a t i in * tVom i a\ to« in «i v ing t nem .in orenard party amldmoer. IX\ lU'.N A\|) MAK1 i HAW OK Til. , i ii" young >1 the w hole town w rv invited — (i ace (J:eenuod; in her late- visit to New. , I heiramus. ments tor the tí ay w a> to prom- stead Abbey. the well known residence ol Lor J ' ena-le* iu the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 30 October 1854

I*-- M T HE A LA MO STAH 1.n">4 THE ALAMO STAR. amsp.ncwcoMB, editor. avrurdav,- - oltoilkr 30, flj^Mír. C. K. Stríbling is, doty author i mi to act a* agent lor the (Star at Gonzalo and elsewhere. ISI>I %\*¿ i tiv. v.tr\ tl'.n oí indians: A V t MPOBTr \ .* Ty A l'F AIH ! f f La mochín a Hill. t\fníi§ta fttrtr, Qct.30th. I*v>i. M 11 Williams, w/s kilted by the Indiana on Sunday fásT. fj> ni f'o'haut a bafr HT water and his wife heard Inrii h >f low and ran to sre What was the matter, on arHying near Uy, saw six Indian*, who hi'J jnM finish,•<> ' Birrti . dearth mirria*-* .llwr . M,¡r. 1 roll ¡es, (ju.h ! V <>i e g? u i- - ■ 1+t 4rr • •• a hit't<7 < : < what a %ii« ih<> deafening ^ n-t us| lik • a loi rent ot incon- o tr < a fi''i * evvh' * * •—- - re ttttti v, and it wrvrrr * .11 tog "j in this }jii|i spy- ' i! wo i t t e sur Mime to sawllow. uorrH & Bro.have just received a fresh «upply of clothing, call and see them. IjgpThe electio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 30 October 1854

HHS $fg a¡ m i I 'I H '«TJÍJi ALAMO STAR o •i Tilli I-'imiii ihj Ti* v a 11 KtJr.i of ;J7ih ins . FIÜITIIKK PAItTICl LlttS OF LOSS o;' THE ARl'TIC. gt'i > are c row-*i 4g our hotel*, • *F 3 V Mí 'Ui , {: t .IV- «MU ¿o/trHftllili,' MU, ÜÜllXS' S T VTKMl 'N T, i bui-^í kmá lrom a y—rneuibef oí We copy the following from the New York tlcral 1. of the 11 th inst.: A i a late hour I a.si evening we received the heart-rending intelligence of the loss of the ■Collins steamer Arctic* Leading moro c\- ' mi it'd rem irks upon the awful catastrophe ¡ ira fritare occasion, we hasten to introduce uro account furnished us by Mr. (.¡eorge 11. I í i rus the exprés- messenger of A«iaius A: *'o.. who was on hoard, aril fortunitvly es- caped the terrible perils of the disaster. STATF.MKN I' OF MU. IÜ KNS. Me cargo. an 1 heavv mail. i- lost, j ne <ie- tals of (he horrible disaster are as follows: On Wednesday, Sept. -7, precisely at 12 o*c! > -k M., in a dense fog, we came in contact with a ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 30 October 1854

H"# M mo J NO THOU 5IW i;OOin=, I* Ffcei*B£$í agraclr iki« m&$*? a í4qsp¿ Giari*** gfar&.uw ihstx *?n fmrr- — Hast sacred place the Aí-*m> B-2 fefirtibrat high wi?fc Mr- ', pi; .-e, A fed B«f Tf4 Ik <-«l to IB ***' ♦:;« 'V Vkt'r jr o? death they tbere<&j líie in %h& «rati* of the Aij>mo. A \ í ckee i§# wefr &mhed w s.t Is bu or a a? is?. pe T&e &ria revive m every b?otr~ -Tbo lew *oih thousand* ale^r ^oa]jJ| Protected by the Aliüv. O \ew Fifia aná New SSaruI i! N f *>\f M Kit* K > f H l'A.'i' :fi tH from \? s* í tí CM i4 BY & 'V man 41 1,11 * líUUM^ * > < \tT\Vi • t r ¡ t i f Tí'}t^'íftarímíar f.HiH I * *' t* t i - |44 tí! clitl '1 i coj*, I I Ob' view that tac¡4 oí^rdes. bol.). IT t flinching and afiliad tw- ¿Aad Uigit the fcMBer the v unfurled Froto the height* oí the Al*mo. Firm wa % thegratp thai h'dd ú c tdad*, To ve.igeanee on tfoe íoe, Nor eo e wa* there- who would evaie The t error* of the An ¡¿a. 'Asidlo í fon banner t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 13 November 1854

..X is í>* .TEKMS jeiktv CTS. MM u K K M K MUER THE—ALAMO i" PEK rot. 2. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 13, 1854. 1 j— TI1E ALAMO STAR, ■ 'or hi* taciturnity. leaving h> r tu m■«!", it m iwd amendment, and then torrowiul at tbe all somehow connected with ins favorite city depth of hi fall, and what mtist be its conse- acquaintance. i i e a í w a y e a me home late at queacea. - Hetfly hud so disguised tits drut.k- ttight, *ayir¡£ his busmce* d< faimd htmj Atmet- en batuta and gambling, that he was sus- tie became apprised that wnatever that-buti- '-pected by his partner^ ¿edge i^en «t their sur n. ks w«v ¿t ha i "braudy'* eonnected with its prise when the officer of justice arrested him iu ap«■ra'iiMjv; She grit'veil io silent placen, ut- his counting room, on the charge vt forgery tertng not a•• word of e uuj i ••'. auspicio or and the tacts of his gambling «reí* made reproach trying. her utmost endeavors, to win known. lielply s friend was immeai&tely en- *? mpdthizes w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 13 November 1854

THE ALAMO STAR. 1854 u :m / \ ALAMO ST A It tmv+MMr-mnira*. OURTMCATCK. 014 Winter w*th homy Hick* i* advanc- j¡1$ ift {fyg uHtauc*1. ami alf*"«oy a charge i* (CoincüuniraUMi) S*K Antonio iSOV. 10 I4*" ! J\fr fC¡iHotAmW election for Mavof. A - (tcrroen, Tn?a*Br?r and Collector, for the eo&H- „ ... , .w ''&mw§&?9t~iM,ito«;humpíi and I t « s/'lif"!: ! Kit tft iill. ¿onUtg darker dre*M*. amr at. the cold North (0g y^ar i* nut lar di-tftnt, would it nut be well f of ktfff do© t feWo ac^nilofiable ft! Eht I yl* It I* ramof«*d that G*n Spun i* ord« r« op hi* h*%J foartera *a tfcfo plae*. tjf* & U w+*th«r coubp-N p*«pl* to Lav viftti fhtoH foetid ibe bun^ 18^ tHrCKij|íi the for the Citizen* of .San Antonio to take Int. key Mile, we Nrgio to contemplate ami dreatn cooperation who are ta be the neit oíbeer* to ■ at wiflt r pleasure*, and how we wiii pas¡ the conduct tfce a flairs* of ourcity *1 The important* long winter evening*. Vision* of hi ight blazing j (t{this suhject ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 13 November 1854

mmrnmmmmmmmmmmmmm. mmmtmrnmrnrntmrn / m 1>*1 A I V «I the IkMtiN •! N nilttUHi 1 "I'ii-* i't'k" Ml Siid kémúlit* M$\ít iUtil< ft «! fli ifV'.'l u-. í*t^ttu, til íi k « «i • hi toj^n * V ttfctlWR V-4 s* Will :* i> l*tw. Jtx a i till *"*• ho# y 04 like ilk III. - T HE A LAMO STAR. A. I t' re at Hi rri*buTg.—V* e regret Ttff getting ! much to letrn from pmjsneti^r* arho irmw L.U liU PtATFOKMK. i>i 11 *: r.«t te pa pens a re U I) !b>" t,u' Houston boat. On n' **■ • f \in etí*t «i/üit i> * im and ito*re *an K<* no relíabw -"«robottt an i"i «v.j ¡íí-.f't which h wi^tefy dcMifoed tot th« pro-- •R"'i -n ami protr*: i. i of lis** line iaith — ft >*- U* Í* h i * \ ■ i a** if tie (the Pop'j ver ? lord i a the la ti .1' ! . uU were in the m nor it y. * not in ' i ? r wVti \%'t r 1 vt^ «' to Vo>l> _ Th -M *> «a,. ttutiM «*!'•'i! !y depend on < pvm'jis an- il' it would .bene ft the catín* of i \ i. !i j hr wou<-j t If r.nr vou, if eipr-: U,> ; Jiirpf lH i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 13 November 1854

.THE ALAMO 8TAR. POETRY. m .'.ft LOVE IK DEATH. rMtfcer aHebjr a lowly grave, two grey atooes authe head and feet, And the dfcaied turf between. «basils io that place of grave*, As if tranced in a dream of prayer, KEW CiOODi, Hew Firm and Xew Stand fl ON COMMERCE STREET,. 3d DOOR trom Main plaza. CROSBY & Co., inan- uiaeturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in MooU and Whoe*. Ha fa and Caps, Would beg leave to inform the citizen* oí San Antonio and vicinity, that they have just ar- rived direct from New York, with a Hew and Fashionable atorar, Consisting in part of Ladies, Mi^es and child- Xud bet band olt plays with the rustling ffra,9f ] re Bhncs, sncb as Gait#*, Buckskins; Ties Aa with the carls ufan infant'* hair. ¡and Slippers, Walking Shoes, eet. A lull ; -assortment «d Does she think of the time when hush'J it j Men's Fine Calf Sewed Root ; [ Ai*o, 'Meu«\ Boys'a % a#hI Youths' Call I pegged Hoot« and tiro- w|Éfc. «ana, Mens' pater r j Uather, call arid cloth Congress shoe ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 21 November 1854

* . ! V MP mmrnrn terms nrTY cfs. HKMEM1IEK IB VOL. 2. alamo:" FEU VOLUME. NMhh SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, NOVEMBER Hi, m*; Nflr 12. TIIE AMMO STAR, is plbu&iiklo on kvijry *atiudát by JAMES P. NtiWCOMB. Ojtrc on gfytifiad' Street. ■' muí i moa brandy, thai was guilty." , The ¿edge ki • hi* sentence condemning hiaa la hard tabor and solitary conSueiueat in the penitentiary I said 'hi* dronketuftss did not mitigate his ___ ^ í crkne of forgery, but rather aggravated it, drumkh •1 call miodfree which i not imprison* j cnness was an offence against the átate aad as rd in itself or in a sect, which recogni*e*<in tito 1 that had led him to commit a higher ofi'encehe Irwman brings the image üf Ood and the rights i stoxrt in the eye of the law doubly guilty.— of his children, which delights in y4rt«e,an#j l ut a* ^ seemed duly sensible of his o%ec. ^vmpathUe* with suffering wherever they are! and apparently penitent, he shanUl grant him seen. which conquers pride and sloth, and oilers j ih...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 21 November 1854

" 185 I. f JkllSS F. XSWOOMt, EPlfbB. ] direct advert i hi £ medium afforded lathe bus- I i«*s and money-seeking world, is ¿elf evident. - I Ib oue small sheet can be coaveyed the anieles bffl *■ .*► ~-:W DAr. - MOVBMBKlt * . 18<<. contained iu every mercantile a city, along with the wants and is our duly j#Hjpri)<|ll|,w<l,<W|(M| to every porttoa and {cerne etf the civUiaed world, «I living words ol liffct." Besiaees roen are begin ing to open their eyes to the fact, ibai4heif forte lies in ad- vertí*ÍQg,but one errer is &«pttt<msly carried out by tbem, that is, they think to advertise in ose single public ¿oarnai in a city is softieie&t. This is a great error, for an advertisement can not be seen too often, or in tóo many places. A man will loose nothing by patronizing every journal in his own city. The "Star" is a paper depending entirely up- ! on subscription and advertising for iUsupport. I not having as yet a press of its own, or mean* , over coats, st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 21 November 1854

c. 1854. ALAMO S**R: m DfATH#flP OCKfiT. The Idiltwrtng is * gifcphic Retell of the last mo nent*/ef arraye man. Colons^ Crockett, wounded and closely put> .sued by a number of the enemy, retreated into the church, felliog them as they approached: ile stationed iff rnself in a ni^he, in the corner, and determined" to fa$*> the Toé to the last áttd ?n -his lile dearlj^Htl* Bis rlffe and a supe£ abundance oi side arms, he hatred and shot tlTwn down with the ^wful, certainty that was wont to characterize hi? indomitable spirit.— His position rendered access to hitn utterly im- possible, except by a direct and close approach in front; and a tier some ei^ht or tea ofl^jem were laid before him, a feejin^ of awe feemed t süi¿e hold oí his assailant. One of them, who couUfspeaka little broken English, prob- ably preferring to have the sifcnaljhonor of cap. luring f o noble a specimen of American valor to present to hi* "dread master," said to Crock- ett: "Surrender! senior." A flash o...

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