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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 10 March 1852

X tfffitefiJtt . Pi ' f 'I p vt - -- $ v o - LHHHIIIIIH i -- I p& A I ' u BS? Te.r.T.ST'"j f SP Unt th. United States' shod g u aaiu lJliai "lounaea on ThA .? -r. the Republic .of ;the -United Stah-ia" rf wlfflfi daily contact with Europe threateueu the latterlh coi flaSatio that natog at a distance Tiy their writings and bv the authority nf HA Dv " comu not be questioned a: lution had its origin in the United were felt from the nrespnoA nf ti. The Russian Ambassador wenlon mdRiiim nK nfr.mrt Z' """ lue . Americans hail risen The editor of tiuT ErZT ; TS iX?"c.hlcal Government & SS-IdfiKSS !-oTSS State. iTf.rirt:i.i"cWni1?.d.its origin in the United French refugees in'the mS ZS SrSsri&rofosrA?M .-? 2 European in contact with this curious paper in the RECEPTION OF GEN. HOUSTON The special committee appointed by the Common Council to invite General Houston United States Senator to meet his friends in the Gov- enrols room in the City Hallconductcd the distinguished gentlema...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 10 March 1852

- 'Srmm r-. H :; ; -pi- m y ri.5siajJrf- -PBBB ir rt' r Z& it r 11 f L- jss - fc'iy ThD Wife bf fle:f. Wdihiigldii. . We quoted siys the jNiw lJr Organ some time ago from the contri- butions of a correspondent of the Newark Daily an interesting anecdote of General Washington while he was in the army in Morris Co. N. J. The 'same writer furnishes the following respecting Mrs. Washington which he obtained Irom an old tamely in V hippauy jN. J. named Van. Airs l utile wa a sensible and agreeable woman whose company was much sought even by those who owing to their wealth moved in more fashionable circles . Anions other frequent visitors was Mrs. Troupe.a lady of a half-piy captain .in the British navy. She is described as a lady of effablo manneis and of intelligence and much esteemed. One day she visited Mrs. Tuttlc and the usual compliments were hardly jiassedjbefore she said HVell wlml do you think Mrs. T.? I have "been to see Lady Washington !' "Have you indeed? Then tell me all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 17 March 1852

LSI && fcvcapv.q SS- . B3flK9 ! iMl'ttdi bxit ? nr&mvmmBsm fifjreasoHvaforgra MbTHGbMbevtlepublic. at Sre&e'.eaVeromenfenv'i'rfi: ttVV & c--'" 3J''f'-.' ". r mm-mdrSheiMim pWesjB'&orphyaWfafl. 'iK viuiiiDjiuiiaRii'A; -' -v. awr 555li5tJ te53?lS ? "T"i lA.f'iL . .- : -:v iK-c- Jth'S1 -.tMi-." ' 1e.7clau.3e is-a I'M MtTW :'i?sS rsB-li feIOHg. lafeisit erawe 5c fcifdafcttitljelaaB;4Nb2 rand iJorjj:iqbg?pald rcr present .session ui ine x.ejnsiaiure mu i iimwtiuini limn a1fcoiyhei3raifrerfor.Mhe rre tvorjoiMe-uovernoranu 1 reasurer : ana-aarsmounusoBMMia to Rjame.Klhcibohds.'or certificates nf iiiilfrftnili wi i iiifiiii" 'fimiii ir.iiQt6vthe;Uuitcd Statos' onof the pronaBtn t thereof is liereb'yrappro-' fitedfontbAt purpose: "1.. WJtmmirl&!&L L8toc'i3.?ThS tbijjfiiiids sopaid. over to hSBraorarM Treasurer shall "pT-rr: tnrr-s s.-.ri. "sks-.; '.s-s-ssre; cnotinesaarrreaencicxawsuu' w-bh; iuiiuwms.cKmJ. ?awsori;?and at- his selection invest in'the;name9 p j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 17 March 1852

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 17 March 1852

J vy. -Sssr? SSSaifi.- -iv setoff. -Sryii '.-t. -.-irs! WV ' liS-l ."-'. l-i . ' -7" .5 . aTi-7SfiA.'ir3tl JrS -- j & mmr Kst; - Af;' miBPjtSW. .MrmMfrJiii rwrar-' 5StiiMf!WfiflTite : Mahy South Carolina -i -i. .---x Amur -Vh-r '.i'TtpmiM 'TTTirkiiTrOT .-r1 " nnrtcv. . -- " ' Cii;:i x t''it' ' ' ' " " " wmrTr?L -. " l t' . ' ii1 wot-?' T.T"i?r-'" j.--F'W " . " VharrM .'-yfer-&j?l. 'Jf'.sj"y- plteare emigrating to: Califor- xim iiuuid 'tjUe-tb them will be Invalidated? .f Sliiawilh thnir slaves.- TKBfJoniavillR Jnnrnal thinks thftir - Z ---- -j j- -j .V....H vv .... ....o... . v.. iasv .-iw-VJ .I-'UCL3t "5" '"-& " .' a. .. Tr -C a"- - - --' - -' T W- "J "4 ' ;?-i cEiN r SAM. H 0 H S;T ON Sabjactvid tUeconfi'rtaaUon of Uie Dpmoenttic National Convention. rZ? ".SSC-' v T&resiilntbl-JEIedofi.' ci?'"'-' "k T:Disb:ict Electors. .. " n-. -. "i .: rr . - -i . - - .- GUY M. BRYAN. R. NEIGHBORS Dawssn's Clattn. '32 - ..rcr jl - - -- -w - J....- - --"f.Ori our first page'vilMie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 17 March 1852

r-s -:" ;;-i tij 3ap; v;- ! - h il.- n ' r sSF & .A - "i. ufchit in n.A fcrVSi . 5 va-iiaji TKtY lLi : tTL ssyst.r r3" t i lVw- v?5 "A - v1" LfeCI Jj-iA .- K- 1 - .sri m '3- m& U L X w ''i$ fc.LSaP'te. 3. Pr-"m-fi? JL? v- J -ST ft"'? Jp .Jr. u T.3f if-"--. - task 3Fc . - - - L v Si . tj- ft' .. a itent.oftbeTlavVwhe1jTcfpal53 lbe Auditorialtboord- Itjs the t on such investigation- shall decide to be justly due. With alj; t nMJWf v 'S "S? klfe""' saaBBs&fiSs r-iiysi3-. exnressed voice' of .ttfeswmntry-the "ascertained wish of-the'l 'people Ttiai not. 'Olie 'UUlll." wuiutfis ju&wjrgFUuu uu awyuiu-ui Ihe Kepublic ot resas..-SJiouta.oe'unpa.ia so jong-as-mere are assets on hand to pay-it. Tlie geqplc of Texas are.anhono- rable chivalrous and high minded people. .They have too .much regard fir their past history; they bave:toomany proud recol!ectios tfntch they-vuid; not jbrego; they have too many brilliant prospects to dim their future-iaine by a palpable violation of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 24 March 1852

P&545 Tf& Zw.-szr- :."trs?"rE2- ' JiSt s3k-. s'-sy '--r" -- iwOs " i Jr? sr? 531PPP " "T z&Gm' "SSfe? r jP b jSvX- ") Vc)6H Vf A?-' W i- -a ? .tts8HBH SiSF-ia:! "J - Vyjff .-'? '-feS?: X y l X' J.X- IlcYA ..- . - - -w- - - - yrisv r V'F TERM-$3IaArwt.) a Bcmotrattc Wpopcrr-SIcMoteo to a3rfflItfMfcag floliticg anb detail 3ntcresfs. itfc : SWSis&sb (tar fflfoir fSptw rwiMfoi& CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEIjgSDAY MARCH 24 1852 ($4 at the end. of the Year. NO. U & ORTED BT TO. F: WEEKS. I Wednesday January 14 1852. . -The bill entitled an act Jo relinquish; the Tight oT the State .to certain lands therein named was taken tip and read. Mr. BEE said: The bill before the House is intended to co'mplete jind.carry out the act of February 81850 in rela- itMloUa'ad titles vest-oPtheiNuecesarid it : will perhaps be appropriate to give to the House' some of the reasons which induced the Legislature to. pass thafcbill at that time.' in me organization oi ine counties west oi; To...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 24 March 1852

-v .- r O xv? Y J3V X i .?S1 1 1 '-. - -A. . HW sn .x fcv k ; -V Ws." fei . n V. V . V i.. s X v -.V i .A CS V :C N "Nk iff1 'Jifre-Cv jj- u - H n i l as. r r- r i- K .t tf rs re t S m -v mr r: U!SF hr- ..x - & if r- T C (I 4 ' I. "si u !: " T -Sift- "''" Mft - - -. -4- interesting i -- VI COMPTROLLER'S REPORT. We copy the followin statist ics Ironi the Comptrollers Report for the years 1850-j1. ToUd'MecajntulalioK' vfL Ad -talorem and -JPoll Tax verified 4 -- or;1850. - . 322yrl99 ac'sof Land rend for taxa'i'n.vaiat 25171 Town Lots 48297 Negroes " " 68507 Horses " " " . ertiyjij Cattle " " " - ';3o0 Persons loaued money at interest to the amount of 5S1 Stores Am't of Merchandize on - -- hand 1st January 1S50 t Miscellaneous property to the amount of . " Total value of properly asssessed 2 I 150.714615 25357 30 i own aver- $21539810 3272560 17.492.500 2530975 2621895 209415 1.651.340 1396720 Amount of ad valorem tax at 15c. on $100.00 " . Poll Tax assessed on 23041 per- sons at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 24 March 1852

sseIS & sJ!5i?!)WB TJB? w StSsTSS -. HU?l ir.- .j. flci'" Ji . -.- ? . '?-iiJ'--'-V;- ..; T- t J.' i..-zr rtf? " && JUiliMKU.'-' cSaKBBSW Z V ' x3. -. wUhS i .mi in wir i i ii i n - The Washington correspondent of the Charleston Courier says that Mw CtAYiold a frieud:a Few days ago-that hb should endeavor .once more to reach the. Senand to address that body evenforhort time. - . Goaaral Win: O. Buttler it is said has writtentojMr. Breckenridge of Jkewncky denning his position on the'Compromise measures and repudia- te :-'m-..A.-i --4-11 Sgw uug u rreesun preuuecuons. - - . - -fejfcLfr- is.sUted that the attempt to assasihate the Queen of Spain was made TJk' s 1!3.-Fhile'lshe was leaving church with the roval infant in- her arms bv a Jes. S'ik w uitpriest. named Merino: He inflicted two slight wounds with a poig- sard. '1 He was arrested and executed at Madrid. The Washington Republic ofthe'StGtb. ultimo says that Mr. Clay has so far recoyered-hishealthas to be able -to r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 24 March 1852

Is na75 V i r Mi - V " ' Jki -- f.J .- aiv s V rt f ' V - s . i '' A. I' 5- - Kbt - -r ?i BET- . .H lit - v-v - a. ' .--: BVf-i-.t.a "Hfc . - K jira. HF-r-r- -(KLl;-:iJja IK 1 -" Is. r u r it .- ft &. ft - 1 ? fci r ' V. . ' kr 1 x P. la l r-jf 13 i. i w is : i j?7 -v 4 . . . . y. i- . jj.in i - --- v-. ' r - ' . -T-rw- - -v hc-.""--! '-'j v t1. ivir. K fg - ivjm. x". '"' ' " SacTrygKW thousand dollars per mile .will easily jconstruct rail roads ev- icry where withini-tUe limits' of-Texasj I say.it -without fear of contradiction ; all the rail road' statistics will bear me out in his statement. ".-. T 'If we have the means to build the roads the people of Tex- as havetbejenergy to raise the produce to transport on those .roads. We hav.e a soil and a climnte which give us the ad- vantage over all the states of the Union. Why not then make the effort and bnild the roads? We can raise as good sugar 'and -cotton as any country can. produce; we raise all the "dtinbwn grains; we. have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 28 April 1852

9"i ' rV" V.L 'I i J r rffl a T1 jilt T HwWCT TF ''N 'EREB S3 in Advance. 53r 'smocfatic 3rav5pnucrj3U0febia CloricnUurc jtfctuo- Politics aitb" feeau 'Miitqtcds. ItliflUt H t JIM Hl1:. -j . . - - - i. j -tMs&. - B' -fr t -. "i. r&i3Jj j Sj$'a.t tUe end of the" Year. YOL. "III. "CITy OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY AlfRiL 2S IS52 Tlie Comanches and other Tribes off Texas and the policy.- to be pursued respecting them BYXS-ESEST D. G.'BURNET.ADDEESSED.TO U. R. SCIIOOLOEAFT ESQ r The .eminent position; in Texan history of the writer of the following-paper his early migration intoJke.area crTexas.j. ancUtne opportunities .ol. observation he has 'had for along series" of. years 'Upon the-mantiers 'andustbmCraits.fichar- acter anu numucrs pi me aooriginai population oi mat state give n. yalWto it which will not fail to.be recognizee. Mr. Burnet was one of the.earliest Americans who 'migrated info1 that .country during the era of. the Austin movement.1' .". August .20fh 1S47. traffic wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 28 April 1852

.. - - -pr' 3k.- ' -i V-i ft""1 w i sf !f a y i A t- H V ' - '. I JS - -.JT -- --lilHwHr - T7- riHHr2KKH-J m vwwhbr f'Vjk j 4 Si i i k . - -. -. -V-f EHHBfe ? ;Vthe chase for hisfuture use: They have no determinate idea or the locahty-ol 'these imaginary hunting-grounds lney mourn for the dead systematically and periodically witn great noise and vehemence ; at which times the female rela tives or the deceased scarify then; arms and legs with sharp flints :until the Blood trickles froma"thousand pores. The du- Sjralion of these lamentations depends on the quality and esti mation okthe deceased ; varying trom tbree to nve or seven Pdavsr:aafterAwh1ch the curtain of oblivion seems to be drawn iroundthelgrave. Whether this bloody riteioi scarification " has-descended by tradition from the worshippers of Baal is a question in elucidation ot which they have no relic oral or material or .other adumbration.qf evidence beyond the obvi- ous similitude of the act itself with a custom of the he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 28 April 1852

b -" J - ' ' i y 4 i V V 4 f i fW J J J fA up-towa crowd started back ahd when at the corner of Seventh """ "'" Xdriv avenue tyo or more shots were fired from g-second story window at Neihemeyer's tavern upon the SS a? Ir ?os- Stevens a'wire worker in the em- pipy ot Mr. Aough on Second street-killed outright. The indows and doors of the house were almost instantly broken in and the crowd gaining acces to the interior fired the build- ing aud burned it to the ground. The body of Mr. Stevens was taken into a drug store in Caroudelet avenue where it remained until a late hour last night when a deputation from the company went down' and brought it to the engine-house. At the corner of Park and Carondelel avenues the crowd was again fired on and Mr. Edward O'Hara.a member of the 5b Louis Grej-s dangerously wounded in the leg. The ball passed entirely through and broke the leg of a gentleman walking near by whose name we did not learn. The house irom which Uiis shot was fired was also ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 28 April 1852

s ." Iff 41 l "5i ' fl& 'f OIL'S AB!"6'nc fbtirClTlcrof-A-atnaUdpnine-'Llanof. ""ar' v- ' i? T .. ' .-.i--- J ?t-t r i . v"v. ' .. -S ."- 1 1J'o-T. 1-. (jUiiunUi:( -." . v?B9sf - ? r:k -"tt '. "i - .iV.; ;:'- ---v.s.1vji5.ri.. ;)... - 'flrfciM subscriber iliavinr' leased ? 4P? VV ' .-.- B ?' " acs -upaev wovjjcroe i.anmn.cpr - jog . mnmdatefaniilics transient - .S mJXZ'iP"" :. -T; . Y. ".- .:.- :?-" --".V" S-.AvViHas reasonable terms us any respec 1 :M! ;Ata. -S.Oj-troing ttic river '.oir iuurg:u al g bc d sfc bb. f i.-wm' .'aati.i rnnnnnpn nii- ii' vn?rrOTi'nr isnirnr'AT rnTCnjnnns nn ?r suni. itt -.. . - .- t- - . - " -fasWi2t' "tJ csCF-JKS'-Vtrr"' .J "l Avr"-H"""" - - ' .r-- . . tv - .- fh lrvnrr n rA".K - Mtur. l. .jw1 r tr --v.-- . r"- . -- - - lhmw uu '"'rll? "i -B'B-. .THE ' .GOVERNOR. .OF TIIEr ..STATE'. JJFXESAS S -" r " "r WUJEREASuigbas boc3nado .4npvnKt6 uio tliaVPtAIpDox- - '""; " h i-&Lt1s.nd.V:ii.yiii SDE$7JNla. ofithpoliritf'Gfcimcs in - .thetatq aForqsaidid....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 5 May 1852

w THE wil 0UTI-1E STERN AMERICAN L TERMS $3 in Advance.) IK democratic Nctuopopcr JDcuotcb to Agriculture News politics cmo &tjcan interests VOL. HI. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1852. CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. D. D. AITCIIESON. WH. ALEXANDER. AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law aug20 Galveston Texas.- - JAS. A. POAGE. C. C. MO GENKIS POAGE & McGENNIS ATTORNEYS AHD COUNSELLORS AT LAW n21::lv bastrop texas. E. P. HUNT Notary P ub lie Galveston Texas. DjF" Particular attention paid to the taking of interrogatories. tig2 RICHARD COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS B. KIMBALL FOB THE STATE OF TEXAS. WALL STREET NEW YORK. w B. F. CARUTHERS. Attorney and Counsellor at Law Austin Texas. ILL practice in all the courts of the second Judicial District iu the Supreme uourt ol tnc btateand in the t edcrat Uourt. 43 it ALLEN & BAGBY . Storage and Commission Merekants CORNEIt OF MAIN AND COMMERCE STREETS HOUSTON' TEX AS jlAVE the moat extensive and secure aeeomoMd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 5 May 1852

--" - - -' -f "lAr-V' 1 --t.- "ts tin end'of;this'coiirovei;y. furit is no longer an open question that an imperfect title emanating "from a former and unrecognized by the exist- ing government forms no foundation for an action. The"conStilution of the Republic expressly declared thatjw future sur-Vey-or title-should be valid unless sanctioned by the Convention or some -future law by-the Congress of the Republic. This is an.authenticdeclaration of the acknowledged general principle :f hat;theprimary control over the public domain belongs to the Legislative .branch of the government and that the obligation to respect and com-p!ete-the incipient titles emanating from a former sovereignty rests ex- clusively upon the political authority. By this they may be altogether disavowed or they may be recognized with or without conditions or re- strictions. The claimants may be -required to prove only the original genuineness of the claims or they may as in the case of headlights be Required to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 5 May 1852

SI i All. howevei. is useless who can control his fate ! A i A vieless hand those delicate strings had swept t And all was discord ! Oscar saw and wept" "Ihe fearful scenes through which she passed had a fatal effect on her geatly frame and the miud of the devoted girl is finally overthrown. "' " "Present or absent persons were the same She'talk'd with shadows ! Oscar held her hand ' She smil'd bnt only knew him in his name ; . ' ' Her mind went wandering in other land 11 - Hopeless and dark ! "; (p. 1 0 1 ) The sequel as relates to Inez reads : "A form like statute mule and motionless Stood high upon the turret's topmost vere : The night breeze sported. with the snow- dress And a low sound like murmur of the surge '. Tass-d into silence I when m suddenness More rapid than the fleeting of that dirge The spirit of the Greek Girl passed away- Cold and extinct at Oscar's feet she lay.-"' bach is a very brief outline of the work in two cantos to wliich is ap- pended some other poems one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 5 May 1852

fei - S HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE to all persons to whom those pres ents may come that 1 the undersigned "William 1. Smith of McLennan county son and heir of Thomas J. Smith deceased Late of Navarro county Texas have hy duly authenticated letter of Attorney constitnted and appointed Wm. B. Walker of MacLcnnan county in this State my general agent for the settlement and trans- action of all husiness relative to or connection with the estate of my deceased father ; and that I have empowered and authorized said Wm. 13. Walker for mo and in my name to do all acts relative to or con- nected with said estate that I myself would do if personally present. And further notice is herehy given that I the said William T. Smith do hy this act revoke and declare null and void any agency or aencios by me previously granted to any other person or persons whatever than the said William 13. Walker. W. T. SMITH. HAVING been appointed by W. T. Smith his Attorney in fact to sell convey and transact all busines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 12 May 1852

sp i ha ip fit) i ifi n lif Iwl sk 111 i If IN ill i M ft TERMS $3 in Advance.) & Democratic Kcrospnucr EDcuoico to Clgricniturc SCcins Politics ana cjcau interests ($4 at the end of ihe Year- YOL. III. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MAY 12 1852. NO. 4S CAPtDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES . D. D. A1TCUESON. W5I. ALEXANDER. AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellor s at La 10 aug20 Galveston Texas. JAS. A. POACH. C. CV JIC GENWIS POAGE & McGENNIS ATTORNEYS AMD COUNSELLORS AT LAW n21::ly iiasteoi1 texas. E. P. HUNT 1 ol ar y r no 1 1 c Galveston Texas. IE?" Particular attention paid lo the taking of interrogatories au 1UCIIARD B. KIMBALL COM1IISSIONER OF DEEDS TOR THE STATE OF TEXAS. WALL STREET NEW YORK. B. F. CARUTIIERS Attorney and Uoun sell or at Law Austin Texas. WVILL practice in all the courts nf the ccoml Judicial District in the Supremo WW Court of the Statc.a-id in llie Federal Court. 43 if ALLEN & BAGBY Storage and Commission Merchants. CORNEIl OF MAIN AND CO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 12 May 1852

THE SOUTH WESTERN AHERCAN; T B R.M S fTri-WecMy fnraislicd to Subscribers durins the Session in place of Weekly.) SUBSCRIPTION Thrco Dollars per annum payable invariably in ad vance. i'itty-two numbers to constitute a years subscription. 05s" 'Monies enclosed for subscription in the presence of any postmas- ter may be remitted at our expense and risk. ADVERTISEMENTS Will be incited at the rate of one dollar per square for the iirst and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Seven Jines or less constitute a square. A liberal discount will be made to those who advertise by the year. Announcements of Candidates for office will be charged for at the same rate as advertisements. Political Ciiculars and all communications of a private or personal na- ture will be charged at the same rate as advertisements. No communication oradveihsenientof an abusive chaiacler will be nserted in our columus on airy terms. Ep All advertisements not marked -with the length of time desired for publicati...

Publication Title: South-Western American
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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