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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 27 October 1855

THE TEXAS SUN. R. H. KAWUNGS * CO. THE TOOL OF XO MAW $ THE ALATE OF iVO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS 'VOLUME 1. I" <1. % RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, 8 A.TURDAY, OCTQBER 27. 1855. NUMBER 42. mUfflED EVERY SATURDAY. L—Two dollar and a half per annum, m M dollars if paid in six months from the timo of subocribinr; or throe dollars and a half if MtpaU until the end of Ike rear. RATWÉor ADVTRTISIXíí— For each square of «Mt lines or less, first insertion - $1 00 Each snbmqnent insertion 60 Business Cards, eight li::es or s per annum, 10 00 One column, payable quarterly in adraneo, per annum t 125 00 Tfflf 65 00 Quarter column - ' - - - - - 3500 The SI.N office is prepared to execute with neat-' ■ess and despatch, all kind of job work at the us- ual rates. The Law •!" Newspaper*. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscriptions. 1 If subscribers order the discontinuance of their JBpan. publishers may continue to sen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 27 October 1855

THE TEXAS RAW EDITOR. rcs-s, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27,1«*S. Circulation.— TLe Texas Sun com- fteneed with a circulation ofc-eiglit hundred, With m fair prospect of its increasing to several thousand during 1855. It !■ the largest paper poWished <m the i river. •Democratic Meetings. A Democratic meeting will be held in the Court house in Richmond, next Monday, at * o'clock, P. M„ to appoint delegates to the State Convention to be held in the city of Austin in January next. Democrats and all others opposed to Know nothingism are Invited and requested to attend. , A Mass Meeting of the Democracy of Tex- as will be held in Anstin City, on the 2d •nd 3d of November. Every man in the 8tate who is opposed to Know nothingism is invited to be present on that occasion. Ten 1 strangers are expected to be in at- and preparations on the most ex- scale have been made to accommo- date them. A grand State Ball will also be giren on this occasion. " We send you herewith, Messrs. Editors, the resoluti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 27 October 1855

TELEGRAPHIC. [Frmi the N. O. Picayune..] Kbw You, Oet. 18.—The Collins steam- ■MP Atlantic, Capt. West, has arrived here bringing dates from Liverpool to Saturday, the 6th inst., one week later than brought to Halifax by the Canada. Her intelligence from the seat of war and from the Continent generally is proportionally later, ai> I is in- teresting. Liverpool Cotton Market. The circulars of the Liverpool cotton mar- ket announce a decline of ¿d. per pound in prices since the departure of the Ca- ££nc The quotations are for Fair Orleans 6^d. per lb.; for fair Uplands 6|d. per lb. Some quotations, however, give 6¿d. per pound as the price of Fair Orleans, and 515- 16d. as that of Middling Orleans. The market is reported very much unset- tled. The sales of the week since the depar- tan of the Canada are reported at 40,000 The sales on Friday the 5th inst. amount- 6.000 bal*" ; those on Saturday the 6th to 7,000 bales. v - The imports since the departnre, of the Canada are reported ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 27 October 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. ucrami. respectfully infiocm the Md adjoining counties, m remn^vfncit Mf in the city of , where 1m prepared to execute all kinds wm w«n arttatrt in the above Une, in all of its knacks*; All kinds of wrought iron work forged tm mmrhtasiy. Horse-shoeing done on the most ¡■■■iiJnlM. Trusting in his long experience,he Mia wsMwt of giving general satisfaction. - E. G. LOVALL. Tena, July 29.1854. TiinlO —iplc of ■•■•r. -We will not make, buy, sell, or use, ... any spirituous or malt liquors, via* or eider, er any other alcoholic beverage,— whether «■■■waled or not; but will use all honor- able means to prevent their manufacture or use, or the traffic therein and this pledge we will keep and —inviolate K the end oflife. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, V*. 16, nc '¿at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, «■ the ir and third Fridays in every month. Archie mclr arlakd, W. C. T. < Lutuü Martin, W. V. T. W*. E. Kendall. P. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREETEMPLS _j at Templer's Hall on the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 3 November 1855

e~- - iiafcb- THE SUN. E. H. RAWLIXGS & CO. THE TOOL. OP ISO OTAZV; THE SLATE ©F PARTY, PUBLISHERS AND PROPlilET* VOLUME 1 RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS. SATURDAY, 1STOYEMBEE 3. 1855. NOTBER 413. k PUBLISH'it) EVERY SATURDAY. TEEM8.—Two dollars and a half per annum, in advance; three té liars if paid in six months from the time of inscribing; or threo dollars and a halt if nnt puid nnlil : ie end of the year. RATES Or ADVERTISING.—Fur each square of tight lines vi ¡ is, first insertion - • S1 ^ Each auhs-t, : i.t insertion - - - - ™ Botines (' ''i,' ;ht lines or less per annum, 1U UU One column, pays-ate quarterly in advance ptr ann urn - Half column - Quarter eolnmn - The SUM >ffire is prepared to execute ¿ tlx nfeat- ■aw and despatch, all kinds of job work at the ns- wl rates. SUN" No. 2. R. R. R., No. 2. A New Principie discovered in Medicine to Cure, old Diseases, Scrofula, Bad Humors, Syphilis, Frightful Sores, Ulcers, Ferer Sores Eruptions of the Skin. radway's renovating resolv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 3 November 1855

ék THE TEXAS SUN. EDITOR- "• 8cx is published every Friday evening in ' -for Saturday's mails East and Wesf. •and after tbe 1st day of January, 1856, tlie ;ription price of tlie Sun will l>e 50 per an- n advance; and $5 per annual, if sot paid in .ce. " "■ deem it useless to say anything of our future teal co'irse, as-that is suSBcioutly indicated by -• - jriaripiea hereto lure advocated in our columns. r~ . " ,'has bean in the past, so will it be in the fu- : " Independent in every thing, neutral in no- Ag"—is our motto. It is e-jnally unnecessary for .to allude to the extensive circulation and high tnding of our paper, imsnmch as its weekly vis- to our readers—from whom tliere is no appeal, * ^let them t* judge of its merits for themselves, -ora the advertising community we ask a few atas reflection npon the advantages of our loca- " M a Dublishimr point. Situated on the Brazos it a point to which steamboat* can run at all -axons ofthe year; -with the only Railroad in the Ufa w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 3 November 1855

The Proper Course. f ^m tTTe uk attention to Mr. Wise's pungent O admirable reply to the invitation of the i Anti-Slavery Committee to deliver ire in Boston on the subject of slavery. _^r."Wise has taken exactly the right posi- Jon-^-one that should he followed out by very Southern man, similarly called upon: J [CORRF.SPOXDENCE.J P ÍM Boston, Sept. 19, 1355. l Henbv A. Wise : Dear Sir—A of lectures upon the subject of slavery *'iated and very respectfully conduct- during the past winter, as you may raed from the papers of the day.— iiences were large and intelligent, ie raid enclosed will indicate to you iter of the lectures. v the next season, a large number gentlemen from the South will be invit- to favor us with the views prevaleut in ¡ir vicinity, thus, in connection with oth- ers, presenting, during the course, every ■hade of opinion upon the question. The respectful attention accorded to Gen. Hous- ton last winter, gives assurance that argu- ments and opinions from that quarte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 3 November 1855

ngRMi mmm ELLANEOUS. n\i jbiaist. IE nnd. V lit be has recently opened d, where he is prepai d to ¿secute all kinds embraced in the above 'line, in 2.11 of its All kind* of wrought iron work forged machinery- Horse-shoeing1 done on the most rrprored plan. Tmstinsr in his long xperienee, he «la confident of eririufl general saii-taction. E.G.LOVALL. Richmond, Tesw. Jcly 99, v-'nl0 Temple oi* IS^rsor. :E—We will not make, buy, sell, or use, beveraga, any spirit-u ■ oi :nnh liquors, oí cider, or . . beverage,— enumerated or n< but v. use all honor- _ m to prevent their mannvn tare or use, or traffic therein, and this pledge *e will keep and ■tú inviolate tr. the end of life. EMPRESA RIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, 16, n « -¿at Templet's H B, on Morton street, tfc« tils and third Fridays, in «'very month. AR 'ME MCFAIUAVD, W. C. T. ¿ Lahki.V" MARTTS, W. V. T. WM. E. Kendall. P. W. C. T. HOTELS. J«R]\ST03i EOISE, PUBLIC SQUARE, ADJODflXG SEW COrKT HOUSE, GALVESTON, TEXAS. J01IN J. JOHNSON, Jr., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 10 November 1855

R. H. RAWLIXGS & CO. THE TOOL OF HO MAIV; THE SLAVE OF T¥© PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPBIETOB3 YOLtJME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER lO. 1855. NUMBER 44. SUN" PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. TERMS.—Two dollars and a half per annum, in ■Jnuice; three dollars if paid in six months trout the time of subscribing; or three dollar and á hull if not paid until the end of the year. RATES OF ADVERTISING.—For each square •f eight lines or less, first insertion • #1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 Business Cards, eight lines or less per annum, 10 00 One column, payable quarterly in advance, per M «nm - 125 00 Half column - - - - - 65 00 Quarter column - - • - - - 35 00 The SUN office is prepared to execute with neat- Mess and despatch, all kinds of job work at the us- Tke Law •£ newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to Ike contrary, are considered as wishing to continue thoir subscriptions. t If sohi<cribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 10 November 1855

—wan m - TIIE TEXAS SUN. XlAWZil2TOS E DITOS. Tfce Sun is publish**! every Friday eveaing in tine for Saturday's mails East and West Ob and after the 1st day of January, 1 856, the subscription price of the Sun will be |2 5ii per an- ■qa iii advance; and $5 per annum, if not paid in We deem it useless to say anything of our future course, as tliat is sufficiently indicated by «vj i""" " ^ priocipltt heretofore idvocaieJ ill our coIuidds. As it baa be<fll :n the past, so will it be in the fu- tan: " Independent in every thing, neutral in no- thing"—is our motto. It is eqnr.lly unnecessary for •s to allude to the extensive circulation and high standing of onr paper, inasmuch as its weekly vis- its to onr readers—from whom there is no appeal, «Dables them to judge of its merits for themselves. From the advertising community we ask a few ■uñates reflection upon the advantages of our locar tiou as a publishing point. Situated on the Brazos liver at a point to which steamboats ean nut ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 10 November 1855

£S£2S£3H0i£fc «r A M Í' k . la Paria. The Parts correspondent of tlie Boston But has the following on this subject: Stresses here, you know, are exceeding- ly «!• mode. They are by far superior, as • class, among French women in their ap- pearance, manner of living, &c., and they think by no means small beer of themselves TOey receive the attentions of gentlemen, noblemen, ministers, &c., and acquire readi- ly habits of politeness and refinement, so nal many of them are perfectly comme il fauit as bonester people in other walks of life. They commence sometimes equivo- cally. To be on the stage is the height of • lorette's ambition, the ideal of her exis- tence ; and she will study for months, with the greatest diligence, to prepare herself for mn actresses vocation. When a debut is ac- complished, and an appearance actually maae, whether she discovers any talent or net, she has a feeling of pride and interest in her occupation which is really commend- able. -Jesuit adrice," ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 10 November 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. 1ACH1I18T. fTIHE undersigned would respectfully inform tie X citizens of Fort Bend and adjoining counties, that he has recently opened a shop" in the city of BioJwond, where he is prepared to execute ail kinds •f work embraced ill the above line, in all of its branches; All kinds of wrought ¡run work forged ftr machinery. Horse-shoeing done on the most improved plan. Trusting in his lung experience, he Mia confident of riving general satisfaction. . E. G. LOVALL. Richmond, Texas, July 20,1*54. viulO Temple of Uouor. TJLEDGE—We will not make, buy, sell, or use, JL as a beverage, aay spirituous or malt liquors, VÍM or eider, or any other alcoholic beverage,— Whether enumerated or not; but will use all honor- na to prevent their manufacture or use, or : therein, and this pledge we will keep and i inviolate tc the end of life. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, He. 16, w** '¿at Templer's Hall, on Morton street, H the in, and third Fridays in every month. Archie McFarlajsd, W. C....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 November 1855

Hod! THE RAWLINGS & GO. THE TOOL. OF XO ®AA ; THE SLATE OF ]¥© PARTY. VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1855. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS ZNTTTAIBEiR 45. TEXAS SUN" EVERY SATURDAY. ■ . 1 Two dolíais and a half per annum, m gk|aee; three dollars if paid in six months from WrttiM of subscribing; or three dollars and a half if mot paid until the end of the year. frlTOB OF ADVERTISING.—For each square ¡ or lass, first insertion • - $1 jj" * i subsequent insertion - - - - 5® ¡ Cartlí, tight lines or l^ss per annum, 10 00 mn, payable quarterly in advance, per annum ----- 125 00 00 Qwuter column - - - - * - 35 00 ' The 8U5 office is prepared to execute with neat- fi«— nd despatch, all kinds of job work at the us- The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not pre express notice to tke contrary, are considered as wishing to continue tWir subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their pipan publisher may continue to send tbain until all arrearage...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 November 1855

'~iT " THE TEXAS SUN. EDITOR. The Sex is published every Friday evening in tae far Saturday's mails East and West. On and after the 1st day of January, 1856, the nbscription price of the Sun will be $2 50 per an- num in advance; and $5 per annum, if not paid in We deem it useless to say anything of our future political coarse, as that is auffiiioatly indicated by the principle* heretofore advocated in our columns Am it has been in the past, so vrill it be in the fu- ture : 14 Independent in every tbinjr, neutral in no- thing"—is onr motto. It iserjnall.v nnnecessary for M to alinde to the extensive circulation and bi^h •tending of our paper, inasmuch as its weekly vis- its to our readers—from whom there is no appeal, enables them to judge of its merits for themselves From the advertising community we ask a few minutes reflection upon the advantages of our loca- tion as ft publishing point. Situated on the Brazos river at a point to which steamboats can run at all MMoaa of the rear; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 November 1855

* fc I<ate from Tampico. SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS. By the arrival of the Edward Barnard CapL Stone, in gix days' passage from Tam- pico, we are put in possession of the follow- ing important information. Gov Garza arrived within a sliprt dis- tance of that city, about the 21st ult., and ■opened a correspondence with Gen. Tracon- is, the military commander of the garrison, requesting him either to retire with his -troops or to disarm them, as his intention was to take both the civil and military con- trol of the State of Tamaulipas. Traconis positively refused to receive «ara in any other character than that of Governor, allowing him to enter the city with a limited escort. Gana indignantly tefiued these terms, and the two parties as- sumed a hostile attitude. It was lupposod that the affair would be decided by a battle; and as Garza's troops had been reinforced by the arrival of seven hnndred men from San Luis Potosí, under the command of Col. Znazua, it was consid- ered beyond a dou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 17 November 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. HACHIMNT. I would respectfully inform the citizens of Tort Bend and adjoining counties, that he ku recently opened a shop in the city of KAaond, where be is prepared to execute all kinds •I work embraced in the above line, in all of its All kinds of wrought iron work forged machinery. Horse-shoeing done'on the most Trusting in his long experience, he I confident of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOYALL. Sichmond, Texas, July 29,1604. vánlfl Temple of* nonor. _GE—We will not msko, buy, sell, or use, i It "beverage, any spirituous or malt liquors, Vi"* * eider, or any other alcoholic beverage,— whether enumerated ¿r not; but will nse all honor- able means to prevent their manufacture or use, or Ike traffic therein, and this pledge we will keep and l inviolate tn the end of life. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, ■w "¿at Tempter's Hail, on Morton street, fiik and third Fridays in every month. Archie McFarlaxd, W. C. T. 5 I.ARKIX J1.4rtk, Vi. V. T. WM. E. Kendall. P. W. C. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 12 January 1856

1* H. RAWLINGS fc CO. THE TOOL OF MO MAH; THE SLATE OF If© PARTY. and proprietor! u V I A 1 t l fi V VOLUME JX PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TEEMS.—Two dollar* «nd a half per ¡ «Ifiw; three dollars if paid in «* months Die time of subscribing) or three dollar* and a ] if not paid an til the end of the year. BATES OF A DVERT181XG.—For af tight linea or less, irst insertion . Each snbeequent insertion - Business Cards, oight lines or lesa pesa layable quart*)? in ads Half i . Quarter column - The SUN office is i . . - 135 00 . . • 65 00 . . . 35 00 1 to execute with neat- of job work at the n*- «V IW«i UJt me. Ready J RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANTJARY 12. 1856. NtJMBEB 1 HÍJ ratea. \35£ Law of Newspapers. * . Í. Shfaacribers who do not pre express notice to tM asntrsij. are considered aa wishing to continue thair Mil iljitiiins 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their pyers, publishers ma* continue to send them until ¿¿"if''suSsoibetfT ?gleet or refuse to tike (heir vapo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 12 January 1856

THE TEXAS SU EDITOR 11m sox is published kturaay's Friday far Saturday' mails East d West. . On and after tie 1st day of Jannyy. •bscription price of the Sun will kan in advance; and ft Eastern fexchang h <eport? of; the name peaker in Congress. Wednesday's ears, repor been received in N#w dap&Meamer me to TEE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. XO ORGAlftZATIOX. P that ins before Sun-' s, the abolition- AsnisGTo.N, Dec. 31.—In the House of ireseutatives, the election of á Speaker not yet been effected, nor is there yet fthing to indicate that an early organiza- - l"at ™ c rn ;« rr,h1JK« • S "f the gestión of the sound dn tional principles invo'vcd, and which, in oth-1 ministration qf public er respects, ejects the light of navigation ! suggost the propriety affaire, cannot fail to j fTrom Urn Xttc Ortixn Bfftt: light of navigation ! suggost the propriety of an early revision ¡ Qn the Pacific Railroad. n-eed°?; *S Weif "? tL°Se OÍ\*cÍ reducti<ln 0f tb6 P™"*™ of the taliff; AW the Thirty-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 12 January 1856

i the Mouse ot Hepesentativi H¡^g • Sbst it is the sense of this leg- under the operation of the nat- iu force that aiitus and docked to oar shores, many oí whom a*® onarjHÉHiled with our l-ti!gu.i<re and ifn0*?"1 "* ifistiíu¡ious—many of - ' or convict#', oi' persons Of fir^ibt- ioo; «mi i Lose ioreig'icrs have _ ^ l.miny ot them in the large eiti- _ i of the Union, and have been insnbordi- Bate and disobedient to the laws—have tend- ed to corrept the ballot-box, destroy the pu- rity of the elective franchise, and thereby ¡•peril the confctt*út¡on and the perpet.iity of this Union; and that others of th« c aliens un.ler the prese t laws conferring on them gnats nf land and'extraordinary privileges in the Territories, have repaired to Kaunas and Nebraska and leagaeing with the ene- mies of the South and the Constitution, have endeavored to exclnile tT.p people of tin- South with their slaves froui tiiese Te mt>- ries; therefore, it is the sense of the House, that these evils o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 12 January 1856

miscellaneous. I . A MACHINIST. __ J would respectfnlly inform the i of "tort Bend and adjoining coon tie , recently opened a «hoy in the city ot " e ia prepared to execute ah kinds iM,,. in the above line, in all ui its All kinds of wrought iron work forged Hone-shoeing done on the most Trusting in his long experience, he . Teas. Jul" M-1854- ~r2nl° Temple «r Honor. -We will not make, buy, seizor use, ous or malt liquors, ofie beverage,— HOTELS. 7Z ... H ««"I LAWYER'S CARDS. B. WALLER. Wailer tvm. e. kendall. Kendall, JOHNSTON HOUSE, flblic «quake, adjojsijtg sr.w court house, GALVESTON; TEXAS. tohn" j. johnson. JR-. Proprietor. " puamess m ine nrst juujciju uismti, imu cufu EF" Permanent and ^0"'rders Wlil mee' ] r.nd Federal Courts of the State. Also, will neta with excellent aceuirjnoaati^ ^ | Ir.nd agents, in bu^in?, selling and perfecting title* jyTte undesigned would rem nd the pnbhc in the counties of Fort Bend. Uxoria, Wharton, andhis friends that he atill keeps open the ao...

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