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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 7 October 1852

a- t ' FjrAoeNesy-Dtdfotd (Mm) Mercury. Northern Face of Scott Whlgery. Had Ueneral Scott devoted himself xp the cause of Slavery for the Inn two ryenrs as Ins competitors had done hcmnr"t ' "V? "" 77ulw"s would not have been nominated IT ul lml)ri80u"en of 'cmzeiw of thu former :hofoominS in n l .qui" Sybo y I ZZ'Jl V lh ?fF f Bl ''I10 . .7 . . 'r'uuJ demand for satisfnnrion mmn lv t .- .ay the solo i." why the Sud I iT".0" T'$er M l fed by the the pro-sln very pnrty of he No7l o Z e ?" em"Vnd Ucrlor ic him -But for this the Smili lrM l0 cllforce l10 French olnims ore cr him ll 2 'of w" val. '" 'r' 'X 1 hVr r " deCrni"Cl1 1?6"' .JijiSrofors;iici- 2 iTr IIyi KiinivH. it inn rniiann nru i niL.l.t ..1 ' ....... ... I AiiifiiiiairriaiKiii.T . . -v tSbu of Gen. Scott n triumph of the libera! "and tuiti-sluwy feeliti" of the Win'" party? The South are lovers of chivairv"! ' they worship lieroic and "allnut action'. I They honor the soldier who ha borne I n n f. tn tltn tliinhnct nr !. rt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 7 October 1852

V " yu MMH W)i 8vfm toon. ttY -iW To 'a Qlrl or Thirteen. JV WMi 81DNKV wjiLi:n -. r ..' -- Thy Bteps arc dancing towant the bound i " ' between Iheclilld and woman; Andjhougbts and fccKngn more profound . Arid other years arc coining: Andthou shall be more deeply fair 1 lore precloui to the heart ITut hercr ran'! thou bo again That lovely thing thou art. j Aid youth.shall pavs with all the brood - : Of fancy fed nflcctlon: And grief idinll come with womanhood w -And'Waken cold reflection ; Thou'lt learn to toll and watch and weep 0r pleasure uiirrturnlng Llko one who wake) from plca-ant sleep TTnto the cares of morning Nay pay not o 1 nor cloud the sun "Ol" joyous expectation Ordained to blebs the little one The frcshllng of creutlon I ) Nor doubt that lie who Ihu? dolli feed Her early lamp with gladness . 1VJIlbehcr present Mp In need ilef comforter In sattneii- "ISrhTIe on thcnnlfllle winsome tiling I All rlejf fn Nature's treasure THfn"hast within thy Heart n spring Of self-rene...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 14 October 1852

f v 4 t ' tf2ddn yi ri. i!--!. 'fJ ""W ikmmtJTZ&. VOL. 4. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THU1 fcSDAY OCTOBER 14 1852. io. m .. ''" " T- J r n t-iM'fi W ESTERN T E X A N . I 0T. H. LYONS J. S. MoDONALD & CO M'ub sfttTB and Proprietor RCBiCRtFTloN Two Dollari per annum inaitranre Tru and a lltilfif piil in lx montlm or ThreM)ar if not paij until tlionpirntion of theymr. One Dollar nd Twentjr-Fire Cents for ilx month. Hates of Advertising: For each square of eight line nonpareil or ten lines Werif. drat incMimi. Kiich uticqiient inierlion. ::::::: Aftor three nmnihn ::::::::!: lluilneu card ten linn or less per mmum : Fur six monilii ::; t :::::: : Vorihreo months t t t 1 :::::: : Vina column put ftrtnatrt. cliafiireablo quarterly Si uii CO IS : 10.00 0.(10 : 400 125.0U 115.111 1 Quartet Xijua All except legal advertisement? handed tit without being- marked with the number of insertions desired. Will be continued till otherwise ordered and charged at tha aliuve rates. jLnnaunreiiittntn of c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 14 October 1852

Wins and Democratic Jssting. In 1811 tho Bankrupt bill Whig measure passed llio Senate ayes 20 nays 20 CJoii. Picrco voting in the negative. This was in July. In Angnu following tho U. S. Bank bill was pascd by the saino voto Gen. Piofco voting against it. On the 2Gth of tho same month the Land distribution bill wn?pasct1 (Jen. Pierce voting ill tins ununiivc Gun. Scott in his letter sny.: "If I had the honor to vote on the occasion it would Imvu been In favor of tho land distribution bill the bankrupt bill and the bill cwntiug m fUnnl corporation." Gen. Scott has changed noilcofliis view? on these qtir&iiotif ns lie hlmclf admits in hi acceptance or the nomination. Uu there pays: "for my Strict ndhcretlnc to the principles of thu Whig party &c I can otTer no oilier ttedgaor guarantee than the known incid- fciits'of a long life etc.' ILt wo have lindisputeJ record of the opinion of the hvo candidates. (Jen. Pierre ngntnt these nieaure and (Jen. Scott for ihein. The people wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 14 October 1852

& j JLjL&zidl MiMillH. Jfi -M I U ( f V wS latest from California. Prom the True Delta. Tho Ohio left Navy Hay for New York via Kingston on the evening of the 21st hist. mul tho United States for New York on tho 23d. The Falcon brings one linndrorl nnd 'fourtecji passengers and $200000 of treasuro on freight and in tho hands of passengers. The Ohio had three hundred passen- gers and-two million of treasure on freight. Our dates from San Francisco are to tho evening of tho 31st August sixteen days later than previous advices. Wo find the following paragraph in rotation to a fugitive slave case in the San Francisco Evening Journal of the 30th ult. "Tho opinions of Justices Murray and Anderson in tho oaso of Perkins ct al involving the constitutionality of the slave taw of tho last legislature which was argued and submitted on the 30th ult. were read this morning. The Court decides that tho writ of Ilabeus Corpus bo discharged and the slaves ho reman ded to the custody of the S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 14 October 1852

whh BBR &r 'IBpfltrrii tain. DEMOCRATIC SONG j4i "Oi SrtMn.M -I had a dream theothcr night rlicn nit around wafcilll I dreamed lafuld 'Pultencc a slMlnjr down Ihchlll . The "basiy soup" was in hU hand the "fire ufaln hi riMr" ' His free foll nlllcs wuulJa't Mandbttt scattered far and near. C?lriii--OliIpoiirOrceltMloirtyoup!toiiiiie i-m cimijr. tipaaii uvcr With the platform on my Ifncr. Thcsllvergrayi were laughing lotidltla'.ouili. crn whlgi were gritm. While "GoJIIkc" Dan stouJ cold and proud he did not like tin- (hum: Some drained ilicmsclvi's to taiu a cheer . about Nfag'ra' roar It all fell Hal it seemed so queer 'twnt never done bci'uiL. Ilehada pack of Ictteis too he'd wrote since forty one Willi principles uf every hue weighing about & ton ; The whole was tot upon Ms back and nearly crushed Mm down And not a wlil of all the pack could Mop to lift a pound. He called the IrMi long and loud fioni Patrick up to llirtney But P.idJy only grlnnnl and bowed and "jlst he i t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 21 October 1852

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 21 October 1852

A Fire in flic Rear. The following letter explains itself. Wo publish it for the benefit of our whjg readers: Washington City July 16 1852. Gentlemen: It wns iny.wiMi utn pe- riod much earlier thnn line' to have ren- dered in person on nccounl of the manner in which in conjunction wMth my col- leagues I discharged the duties of Dele- 'pato'nt the Into Baltimore Convention. But in this hopu I have been disappointed arid by nn authority which I could not cqntroj.' I therefore- adopt iht form of communication to inform you ol the part .thoTextts Delegation ncled in the Con- vention referred to. In obedience to our Instructions and the strongest conviction of their propriety wo cast the voteof the Stntoof Texan through fifty-threo balloting for Millard Fihnore ns president. As far as I know the views of my colleagues I think I am warranted in adding thnl next to Mr. Fillmoie Mr. Wobstor was their choice but that in no event would they have voted for Gen. Winfield Scott This at all event...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 21 October 1852

wu r Wi"""'. f '1 tt JR. . ..J.. oJjk3M& eUH irtrtiiWttrtL S A I r te . ' 1 3 VM V? 1 ro : fe C 4 l Trum the New Orleans Picayune. Difficulty with the Cuban Authorities. Tho U. S. mail steamship Crescent City Lieut. D. D. Porter U. S. N com- mantling arrived at this port last evening from New York via Havana in eight days. Sho brings the mails ami one hun- dred and sixty passengers of whiulisixiy- fivo are from Havana. She also brings the Havana mails. Tins is owing to the Havana authorities not ha vingallowed any communication between the steamer and the shore and from their having ordered the vessel to sea with the mails and pas scugcrs on board. This conduct it is supposed aroe Irorn the presence of Mr. Smith the purser on hoard the Crescent City. As the Crescent City approached the port ttu Captain thereof met her at the mouth of tho haibor and made motions to her not to enter. These were dis- regarded and the Mcaxmrtuad hi The Captain of the Port then oulered Capt Porter ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 21 October 1852

u ' 1 ' $jjc iflrstcrii tan. Scene in India Street lloslon. Ono Sumlny afternoon not loiingo two yoiitig dry goods clerks fiuicully tlrossoil and with t ho down or incipient lunuliootl carefully cherished upon their tipper lip ousarveu u cuiiuiryiiiuu Minium un uiu 'flido-wnllc witli hath lunula thrust deep into his pnntnloon pocket gazing intent ly.up the Custom lluuw dome. 'Hero's game" observed omi of the clerks; 't Jonailinli come to town. Only 808 llio patrimonial swallow-tailed coat h'rid pants in llto slinpooftwu inverted bags." "Good afternoon Jonathan" ho hinted having nppruaolieri near enough to fealuto the Yankee. "You do not often 600 such chapels as that in the country r'4uppose?" The ouutryinnn gave ifio interrogator ft quick sharp glance as if to measure liis caliber' and relapMng into ti position of awkward listh'suets answered "No sir; I-tell you! That are heap o stone must have com a lots of money. They must be seven day Haptists that ;o to mcetlu' here 'caue I not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 28 October 1852

o 3 '4 ft 4 :j i YOL. 5. "TT"i"ii inn NiiiniHmHinifmnr WESTERN TEXAN. j. h. lyons j. s. Mcdonald &. co Vublhhtr$icmd Vrapriitors Py BiCRtrTt on Twn Dollar per annum trtmrnitrf Two ami n Hulflf p lit! hi lx mouth ir Three Dllnr if not iaM until tli fxpir.itioii of tlic jear. One Dollar anU Twuiiljr-Flve Uviiti for x months. Hates uf Advertising: rorritcliKquaru of oitit line imnnuretl or leti lines brevier first insertion i j : j : : : : : $L0O ll'ich fiutxriiuuiit iii'rrliou :!:::::: SO Alter three nionthn i : t t :::!;: : 5 HimIiicm cacKiou IliK'florleM.pernnnum : : jn.uu For 'lx month : : i t I : t : : t : : (100 For three month j J !!:;:::: : 4.00 Oim col uruii per aimum.chniiifrfihlu quarterly : K'S.tMl Jlnlf m ' .. t ' OT'tt quarter " (l " " ajjid Altoxccpt lep-ilailvertMemontu Immtetl In wiihoiit being marked with the niiiuhcr of huertlum uVIrt't will be couthitinl till otherwise ordered 11 ml charged ut llm above rate. Announcement of rnndldnte for ofTiee five dollar. Pol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 28 October 1852

:" s .! John Van Huron. When it ha been shown thnt (ten. Scott was in the honiU of Soward and Grccly our whig friends have endeavored to retaliate by laying thnt the Vnn IJurcns oresunwmimr Pierce Trno enough but marlc the difference. Tlio Whiff nut! democratic platform both sanction tlie compromise. Grculy nntl Gen. SrnttV frcc-soll nllies generally 'Pserrntennd pil upon the whig platform whilo the frc. toil supporters of Gen. 1'irrec ?n$ they ' tiro wlllini? to ncnuiescc in tho ileninnrnttn declaration of nriiicitc. Ih-nr John Vnn rilnrcn at the irrrnt lIilKhnromih niectiit'f. "the birth-plaro of Gen Pierce 1 "Mr. Vnn Hnren win iiMliwl Hint lhe notion of tho Vnn Duren demonnts in 1818 secured the election of ho whin bolipved it trno thnt tho CmiMittiiimi sc- ' cured tho riaht to lecovrr riiii:tunv slnve and tee nut st all live n p to it orhnUonsi . tutioit was at. an end: if it was a ditty louvcupto it inaiaiuij simuut (tv pn formed in a constitutional inainirr. If Washington and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 28 October 1852

M JJ ft xs7Ps& yi r : jj w 7&' t . av Prom the Washington Weekly Union. The Civil Qualifications of Gen. Scolt. Out of the whole mass of the whig party throe sponsors Imvo been found to certify Gen. Seott as eminently qualified for the duties of the presidency. These certifiers nro lion. John C. Spencer of Now York J Ion. Mr. Vinton of Ohio rind the National Intelligencer. Mr. Spencer made his declaration that Gen. Scolt was nu eminent civilian early in the canvass; and coming at the moment when nhnot the whole national whig press of the country wn? giving loud vent to Us disaffection and its district of the nomination Mr. Spencer's certificate of qualification fell dead from the press and lias not since been heard of. Mr. Vinton's certificate is recent. In n speech delivered a short time since at Marietta Ohio this gentleman had the temerity to say: "lie believed Gen Seott to bo in every respect entirely qualified to perform the duties of tho ollice of IVidcni with high hon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 28 October 1852

X U ""WESTEM TEXAN. " Front the New York Dutchman. What Mr. Smith Said. 'Saint Agatha! wot been out of the city 1 this summer?'1 x ' "No; Jones snitl he couldn't o fiord it." "My dcur innocent Abigail!.9 Mr. Jones smokes his ioriy-iiiiio uiguis a day .as usual don't he?" Yes." "Well; lie rides horseback every morn- ing?" "Yes." ".Well; ho plays billiard and iake his 'Sherry and hock and all thai sort o'thiu down town don't ho.'" Ycr "Well; put that and that together (Just ?o Smith tuld me 'couldn't nlbd ii.' 'I didn't didjHUQ i lie point. It war. i'uo much trouble. I smiled jni rn Mvoetly d.i him as if I didn't know it was all a humbug; hot I Very (juicily went to my 0Udolrv and deat-hed a note to that jowel of a doctor ayiiu that J should bo taken violently ill about iho Una Smith came home to dinner atal shouldn't probably recover lillaft-f a iri-i to Saratoga or Niagara or )iii of thoe quiet places. Well; lie is as kcpii as a briar; and when Smith sent for him he came in and jfou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 4 November 1852

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 4 November 1852

-1 & i j .!Nr I i T& k i SfiB Mexican Affairs. Tho following account of atTuirs on tho Mexican frontier wo copy from the Brownsville correspondence of the Nueces Valley of October 14 th: (Canities) "the betrayer .of Jotmlnii Una hie Texnns arrived on the Gth and CD tho 8th presented himself before the Ayuntamiento hi lii official capacity of Commissioner ad hoc duly invested with rpowtr above nil law qiid above all res- ponsibility You may be aware thnt on t(ie 6th vof September last the Ayunta mlento of Matamoros sent nn address or rathera protest to the Mexican Congress .yiry numerously signed in which they fcjprescnted thnt the election of Cardenas -was both illegal and unconstitutional that consequently Congress should declare it to bo null and (IntiUjr (hat they would not obey Cafdenas as Governor of Tamauti- pas after' the first of the present mouth. Thus' matters stood when Cannlcs arrived ana on presenting uimsen mo iiyunia nilento refused to recognise him alleging '...

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

ESKkSSH U.W-? !( -v mm'.M&iiamrt 'Om m fit 1 ML a H fc Something Funny. If our readers wish to treat themselves to a good hearty laugh we advise them to read ttio following. They are rare -specimens of fancy and fiction. Tlio first Is n letter written from this place to the Galveston Journal the latter is an fcxtract'from the San Antonio correspon- dence of tie Lavaca Commercial The writer signs himself " Tony.'" .. CmoLo Texas Oct. ltth 1852 " ' Mr Editor: I embrace this opportun- ity of letting you know something of a debate which came off on Saturday evening last in the cily of San Antonio on the question of "Free Trade and Pro- tection" Capt. Beck supporting the side oinomc jrrcuccuon ami lur. owcei inni "ipXFfeo Trade. ;" rCapt. Beck is nothing but a staunch :.OtW farmer; Mr. Sweet on the other hijijid was formerly the editor of n funny Hit tie" Locofoco sheet somewhere down JCosi. The parties met in the Courthouse Mr." Sweet opening the debate with a pfitihn speech of lial...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 4 November 1852

I ftM Hnn '!SWWl'UM TiiAAN. .an m - T0 A SLANDEREn. 'Avaun. tViuti ilttul t-; . Nor hither bctul ti . v Thy dirk mhclievlou-i way ; l Black aalhMnfernnl gulf I hy in hid Where damned spirit arc confined Ami nc'er.for ineicy pray. WiitfTo ihee most dear Uf5i! ."pal"d vii""it-'9 (ear; Jj SjAH evil glad thine uyenj th Thy sweetest miHc Is the groan ph Of some poor wretch bv thrc un lone Oi a Who ftlnkt iienerifh ifu II. s 5 X Thou ranVt not sleep Q .Till others weep O'er virtuous name dcitrnye.1; qfe This to thy now I in iiud'nln- till 'The iood of all thy happlnc fj.ff Than life more pi tied enjoyed. Avaunt thou fiend; Thy darlc mlschii'voii way; iDstructton up thy fil.nulcruu. lunpuc Mi And poisons from thy heart an. wrung. Accused unr away Reason voa Noxv L'kaying. A wor. thy ..iyiciti.iof Ita'.tiinnre.n meinhiTofilu' .Society of Friinid.s Im u favorite nemo coachpian who is a linglit mid Miiniun Mlglit in the cliuich as is poeMhlr for uuh a pleco of ebony lo be. Yoit know I presume...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 11 November 1852

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 11 November 1852

r4 BLJUft r. -V 'Am I '.jidi j f' SV Mlw 'n'r.nw-i nmarr SmSSC Foreign News. noUnd. Il is reported that the Brit- !h Ministry coutemplnte th t'xtehVton of the franchise by menus of mi ineome-taJc on wages. Undor this lrfw U is said that n tax is to bo laid oti nil incomes ns wnges ex- ceeding one pound sterling flhd only tax- payers nfo to Imvo the right of suttrnge. A strong organization is being effected tif those in favor of voting by ballot at nil elections in Great Britain mid it is ex- pected to bo Complete by the lime for the meeting of Parliament i Lord Combermere has been appointed Lord High Constable of the Tower of of London Lord Derby has been elected Chancellor of lllo University of Oxford. FnANCE.-Louis Nnpo'con's reception hna so far boen dnzzlug. His Bordeaux speech was received with eiitliiisiamr and is tiki carded throughout the streets of Paris. Tho first measures looked far from the now Emperor rtfe fiflr of high nobility ict b&gtsttted (tfhis ministers and a...

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