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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 28 August 1851

la $ b "uSJ. W fea Ra g j"f I fc 3 V. fll l I f 11 i ifv-vT' Y ft Nil kc-asS aSr fesS NJ J VOLUME 1. WUS TURN UNION UKMCKON Dinn HTRIiKTt HKTWUKN VIHST ANI. MAIN TI'.HMS OK THK WK.STKKX UNION. IN ADVANCE $ 63 If not paid within Six months, $2 00 KATF.8 OF ADVI'HTISINli. The following are the rates of Advertising in the llamiilial pnpcisi , Ai.vkrto.isci.-Ohi- square, of li lines or less, one insertion, ono dullat 1 caeh lulMeiiiKnt niieilion V.) cei.ti. Cards not exceeding six lines, per year, Oiic.iiiaicpei yeai,witliont alteration, 1 i "ne loitilli ol a eolninn, ISl half a colu.nu, If JIIja wholu col- II Mill Vt". All notices, except tuaninj; uud death-, will lie Cl ''cl"no u!' w'"'tkrn Un.on" office i an .-x- c'cllen't HOOK AND JuU Dt'l' ICU, whore all .tot, ii .. i i.l..t f'nril. mul other Print iiil:. is executed willihcatiicss and dispatch, on lavumblo lenus. Agents for tha W5Btorn Union. W. K. Stornr, Memphis, Scotland Mo. Win. N. l'enn and W. II. Twyinan, ol l'aris, M. U. H....

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 28 August 1851

WESTERN UNION -IIANNUJAL, MO., AUGUST 28, 1851. WESTERN UN ION. HANNIBAL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2S IK.M. o, vl.miE.xs, BIHTOH AND IMJIII.IlMIKK. GEN. SCOTT. We fear our neighbor it falling into Ilia bid praulica of hit (tarty, and it giving Gen. Soull position without uulliurily. His wishes are Ilia parent lo his thuugliti in this matter, and hi tint ire to believe General Soott a friend to dm Compromise, ha niailu him aver the Jucl. The bait guide to a man' opinions, in the eusei.ee of any expression from himself, ii the aoliuii of hit liearatl and most cealous friend, and at Mty are againil the compromise, we mutt be lieve he is loo. If lie is, and "a Whig Na tional Convention should be guilty" of nomin ating him, the Union taya it would ba "in faviT of choniing delegates to a batter Con vention to (elect a batter man." Why not lay at onoa y.m wouldn't support him? That idea of merely being in 1 favor nl choosing delegates to a bultur convention," leaves a loop hvle to creep out of, an...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 28 August 1851

WESTERN UNION II ANN Hi AL, MO., AUGUST 28, 1851. Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun. Authentic Fuels nialivj to the Cubtta lltpc ditionTte dcxirlurc of 'the Pampero 'Loytdigof the Troops Jmithir race prolxt- 'flic tyi; Washington, Aug. II, 1S31. Our information m lo Cuban utlltirs, ia augmented by oine few fuels' of cuii.iidur ublu interest, it u now known tli.il the l'umpero wns tquippeil, and sailed, with the knowledge of the ('tliccrs of the l!ov eminent in New Orleans, but without any hindrance from them. The Pumpero was not cleared at tlm Custom House, though iier sailing und the object ol her expedition must have been known to the Collector. Uusides t liis it appears that Uenerul Twiggs, some weeks before the l'unipero Hailed, no tilled the collector that nu expedition was on foot, but the Collector replied tktt it must be a mistake. After the l'umpero hud sailed, lie wrote to Gun. Twiggs and protested his ignorunce of the expedition. (Jen. Twiggs, aii commander of the South...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western union. — 28 August 1851

WESTERN UNI0N-1IANNJIJAL, MO., AUGUST 28, 1851. Administrator's Notice. NOTIt'K in hereby given to nil perrons interested in the estate of George tMtlc, diseased, thai letters testamentary ham been granted to the iindeisigiicd hy the Rnllf Comity Couit, bearing date August I, l""l. All persons indehtnl to paid -tt ai requested to nnkn payment Immediately, tiiiil all p'-rums having rlfilin a'gsinst mtiil estate, rwpiislcd to present them, properly authenticated, willun orid year frmii the r.l said Inters, or ihcy niu be precluded Irom any benefit of said estate mid if "' rt.-entcil within three years they will beloifver niinrn. V Pl'TEIl C. KETTLE, Adui'r jiAtnintatiatror's Notice. Vjv TVTOTl''' i hereby pi vii to all persons interested in 4 ,.i-tntcol iMdIiii iiiiiicii.incrascu, in.n le't .e .tninilr.itinu have been inunt'd to the uiiilei-.' Oy 111 ttnl In County Court, bearing date Augo-l .', mil. All pmona indebted !o said estate ine n iiii'it til to make payment immediately, nil ...

Publication Title: Western Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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