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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 2 February 1856

- :-íí,r —<•* <•> •' .y- íííip ío :or. .A.SH=ia 44*90*1 - «m . ¡r*. TBLATlr :/.v5 iyvJ wvií-'U^Uc ft. H. RAWLDÍGS & CO. THE TOOL OF XO HAM i TOE SLAVE OF SO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIRTOI VOLUME II. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1856. NUMBEB 4 iw éf newspapers. ' 1. gotweribara who do not give express notice to the runtnrj. an considered as wishing to continue Ikeir subscription . 2. If subscriben aider the discontinuance of their yapen, publisher may continue to send them until ^atUaEaSin neglect or refuse to take their ■cpers from the post-office to which they are sent, hey an held responsible until thi?y pay up. 4. ]f subscribers remove to other places without pMAtr. aad the paper is sent to the former directiwt, they an hold responsible. 6. The consta have decided that refusing to take • periodical or paper from the office, or removing and leaving Uncalled for, is frima facie evidence of Ke. I. h. b. waller. wm. e. kendall. Waller A Kendall, ATTORNEY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 2 February 1856

THE TEXAS SUN. SDITO IOAY, FEBRUARY S. 1868 aa a candidate for the in the FUat District Judge of Dis- ' We are anthoriaed to announce JAS. H , Esq., aa «candidate lor the office of Judge in the First Judicial District ' We are authorised to announce WALTER laa a candidate for die office of County • :*«k ofFoct Bead county, election tobe held on U«18tlf of FAntoy next ¿T Wa ^ FBkKT, asaca to announce B. O. H. i candidate for the office of Sheriff of Port Bend county. Election first Monday in Au- ' We are to announce JOHN H. for County Cleric of Fort We are authorized to announce TH08. J, an a candidate for the office of Assessor of Fort Bend county. Election first in August next We are authorised to announce B. F. [ as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of F«$lBend county. Election first Monday in Au- We are authorised to announce GEORGE I, Kaq., aa a candidate for the office of Judgo, to 411 the vacancy occasioned by fete death of Judge Monger. Election to be held on 1i « 18th of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 9 February 1856

s * i •i THE TOOJL OF tf© MAX; THE SLATE OF XO PARTI. \ ir VOLUME II. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1856. NUMBER 5 Who Is It? The lovely girl I sec at clinrcli— The girl I see so often ; Gazing, my sterner thoughts will melt, And all my feelings soften. I steal a glance when prayers are done. And all the rest are singing. And then a look from her bright eye To me its way is winging What tliongh her hair is as the snn, When sinking to his res:, Is it not perfumed like a gale From "Arahy the "blest?" They say that when there's flame above, There must be fire below— Her h; ir is red—then must her heart With warmest ardor glow. Her eyes are such a pair of r gties— Two weils of heavenly blue ! That, when they burn n¡e, they thrill My burning bosom through. They never beam full on iny face— But tlieu, a look by stealth. To my upspringing, answering soul, Is worth a world of wealth. The little dimple 011 her chcek Is prized far more by me Than all the dimples iu the chinch On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 9 February 1856

s \ if TIÍE TEXAS SUN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9 1¿56. IdT* The election for District Judge of | One of our exchange*, as the advc- 'To tlis V- tsrs of the i'.i'St Judicial this Judicial District, and for Clerk of the cate of the planting interest, moved by no District CI the 3t¿tC ci Tsjí¿B. County Court, comes off on the ISth inst. unkind spirit, calls the-IIarrishnrg Railroad Gr.NTLSJiLN : Having returned to this G? We are authorized to announce Judge There are several candidates for each oilice,; Company to task, for alleged violations of District and taken inv residence in Colum- MITC'HELL as a candidate for the office of Dis- ftjj 0f wbo,„ are competent to fill tliem as-' its promises to tl.e public. The True Issue, bns> Colorado couaty, (according to my teict Judge in the 1 ij t District. — far as we know. The "good people," how-' upon the information of a reliable correspon- aVowed and known intention on my visit XlfWeare authorized to announce JAS. It ever, will soon say whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 9 February 1856

>■ mtt.f&fo T jfaji «Mi laliy, rce* iiia. SJ « JU* T lure low f'HP \z Irk* Lot Is Iptu laCC l' g Irtifi •T8> "3 | relate invitl : a r i ■ni R* 0 r.tt |ol ( in I'U'J Tuü P The Florida Indians.—The St. An- Vií*ksrirg, S'ibevftort axd Texas gur-aine Ancient Citv of Saturday savs: Itmi. Road.—In a conversation witli X. D. Bv recent news from Tampa, tlie head Coleman, Esq.. we learn that five hundred quarters of Col. Monroe, the military officer and fifty tons of iron for this road have hern commanding in Florida, we learn that the delivered on the opposite side of the river, ^Governor has heen requested to protect the aid that Col. L. P. Grant, the a ent of the frontier, hv calling into service volunteers, Georgia contractors, is in Madison parish, and that efforts arc in progress for the irii- making arrangements to commence track mediate removal of the Indians. laying. Fifteen hundred tons in addition During the. past and present winter, the have beeifhrdered bv the Presiden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 9 February 1856

s \ IT GALVESTON ADVT'S. MISCELLANEOUS. it OT ELS. LAWYERS CARLS. «ACHE.1ÍT. r-HE uudcrsigned would respectfully inform the citizens of r ort Bend ami adjoining counties, ttt he has recently opened a shop in the city of liehinond, where he ü prepared to exccote all kinds f work embraced in the above line, in all of its EAM'L G. POWELL, - ... - - A. s. BtTTHVE^ POWELL & RITKVE\, COTTON FACTORS, GENERAL FORWARD ¡NO AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GALVESTON" , TEXAS. PARTICULAR attention paid to the sale or ship ment of Produce. Accounts rendered. _ — Cash advances made on all for sale or shipment. Produce will be covered by open policy ruüng rates of premium. Temple OÍ* Honor, c- m -M • ¿^" £íJl14fSTWÍÍ" "PLEDGE—We "ill not make, buy, sell, or use, IROsT aC jlAKS 1 Uil) 1. as a be verane, any spiriruous or uialt liquors, HktAesalt and P't-n1 Dealer* in, aud Manufacturers of wine or cider, or any other alcoholic beverage,— ! whether enumerated or net; but will use all honor- able means t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 16 February 1856

\ 11 ngfi ~ > tés *#*!* P >VKMHMMMNMNH WM v , •? ?' i""-1flff>Tilrirrif 4<4b(MÉÉIlH U-JIL—J 1 •'" "JiiTm asm VOLUME II. RICHMOND CITY; TÉXA8. S ATURDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1856. Uttta The Lav of 2Vew papers. Í. Subscriben who do not jive express notice to fe contrary, are considered a wishing to continue If Uóscrit tioiis. ■£. If «ab*eribers order the discontinuance of their |«,iers, pfebliakm mar continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. X If subscriben neglect or refuse to take their M;<en froui the post-office to which they are sentj h y are held responsible until they pay up. 4. If Subacrib-MTS reaiure to other places without inforaiing the pa tlisher, and the pa,ier is sent to the former Erection, they are held responsible. 5. The courts bare decided tliat refusiug to take Tm Growing Old. BY JOHN G. 8AXE. My days pass pleasantly away; My nights are blessed with sweetest sleep; I feel no symptons of decay; I have no cause to mourn or weep; My foes are impoten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 16 February 1856

"\ ) > ^ Vj S V-V \ ^ yJ' r WALTER for tk« office of Con tj Xleetion tobe heli en i for the office of Sheriff of 'fist Monday is An- JOHN H. County Clerk of Fart I to announce TH08. J. a tiwMate for the office of Aaaeaaor and CoOeetor of Fort Bend county. Election fint Ileaflay I Aifat —art. _ET We an authorized to announce B. F. AT- Ku8, Em., aa a candidate for the oftee of Judge of tike Fint Judicial District. Election 18th day of February, HT We are authorized to announce GEORGE W. SMITH, Esq., as a candidate for the office of District Judge, to ill the vacancy occasioned by Ae death of Judge Hunger. Election to be held on «o 18th of February. IW We are authorised to announce the HON. C W. BUCKLY as a candidate for tbe oflUe of JndcS of tbe First Judicial District, in the place of Ae We N. H. Manger, deceased, and wll be sup- " f MANY VOTERS. 'We are authorised to announce JOSEPH C. )N, aa a candidate for the office of i of ike First Judicial District. Election 18th •dy of Feb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 16 February 1856

\ • N - V r a J TELEGRAPHIC, i kumxa «rorreo hostilites m the CRIMEA New To , Feb. 9.—Tb« •« Cañan i«d steamahip Persia, Oapt. Jndkins, bat arrived hare from Liverpool with the mails of the 26th nit., comprising intelligence from Europe generally one week later than that brought 1>j the Arabia. LivwpMi CattM Market According to the circular of Jaa McIIenry eotton had advanced 1-16d. per pound in the Lirarpool market aince laat advices. The salas for the week are reported at 70.000 balea. Middling Orleans is quoted fU 6jjd. per pound; Middling Uplands at & 9-lAd. per ponnd. Imfctaffs. Breadstuff's are reported unsettled and Healing. ftwhiw In bacon a decline of between 6d. and Is. j>er cw*.. The potk market ia reported without Change, aa also ia beef. CmmIS In conaola an advance of fully | per cent laat advice* is reported, the quotations at the close on Saturday, the 26th ult., •landing at 90¿ firm. general news. Tie tare Imarat. The peace movements, as far as any pos- iti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 16 February 1856

\¡ ON MATS. SAUL O. rOWEIX, - - - - - - - - - A. s. KCTHvtai POWELL it RUTHTElf, COTTOff^FACTORS, GENÍ.RAL iUU.fAUD ISO AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, o.u.yestox, texas- TESTICULAR attention paid to the sala r ship P monTrf Fioduce. Accounts of sale promptly ^cSTidvance, made on all consignments, either for sale or shipment. Produce sent to our ImjMUSbj open policy of MISCELLANEOUS. ruling rates of premium 1 VRIKT Jas. S. maiwroi- FROST Sk, lABSXOX, HholesaUand Retail Dealers in, and MannfactnrerseJ COPPER, TIN, ZlNt. sheet won, asd jafax5edw ••> • • TREMONT ST. GALVESTCIT, Mear the Tremost House. General Assortment of Stoves Ac. COSSTASTLY ON HAND. A branch of the above house is Row established in Richmond, on Morton street, in the building adjoining MeMahan's store- 1 he pnbbe1 is rcspectfaBy solicited. FRO&f i MARSTO.V # Kichmoodf April oth, A '• s TRAYED or stolen irom the subscriber, two ^ horses, one an American, sorrel with white face aud .'.ark spots 011 his rump resemblin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 23 February 1856

\ s THE THE TOOL OF MO HAN; THE SLATE OF IV© PARTY. VOLUME II. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1856. NUMBER 7 Childhood. BY DAVIS BATES. The Lav of Newspaper . I, Subscribers who do not give express notice to the coutnuy, are considered as wishing to continue their subscriptions," —— si. If subscribors ordetthc discontinuance of their Childhood, sweet and funnv childhood, iKSJStrs: -r., * «■*- "r rtr *3 X If subscribers neglect or retuse to take their Like the \er aiit, tangled wildwood, Mpers from the post-office cu which they aro -¡out,1 Wants the training band of care, hey are liciil responsible until thev pay n<>. 4. It' snnMcribers remove to oilier ¡«i.iees *ithout For it spiingeth all around us— informing the puolisher, and the paper is sent to qj;)Ij to know. a..d «.ttick to learn— .he former direction, they are held response. Ask¡,.g qliest;olls ,|lat confound us— 5. The courts hare decided (iint reluming to take a periodical or paper ¡nuntheoiUce, or remo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 23 February 1856

THE TEXAS SUN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23,1856. The Sun is published every Friday evening in time for Saturday's mails East and West. On and after the 1st day of January, 1806, the subscription price of the bun will be $ ¿ 50 per an- num in advance; and #5 per annum, if not paid in advance. No subscription received for a shorter period than one year. Rates of Advertising.—For each square of eigVt lines or less, first insertion, $1 < A Each subsequent insertion, ... 50 Business Cards, eight lines or less per annum, 10 00 One column, payable quarterly in advance, per annum, ..... 125 00 Half column, ..... 65 00 Quarter column, - - - - 35 00 If cards or yearly advertisements are at any time omitted, a pro rata discount will be made. Notices ot a personal character, if admitted, will be charged double price. Marriage and obituary notices, if over five lines, will hereafter be charged for as an advertisement. Those advertising by the year will be confined to their legitimate business. Adve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 23 February 1856

-J] 1 fl 4 1 * I < ■c ■ 1 i « J I J S X t 1 .'m -• t Í # 8 w fe «V tí. £ t 4 i I [Conauiuluf.] Look at the lovely maiden wlio is ap- proaching. Is she not radiant with beauty Her step is light as the zephyr. Her breath sweet as May flowers fresh with dew. Her robe is pure and fair as the etheriai bine. On her head is a crown of flower gems. Her reign is liberty. Her smile life. At her approach old winter retreats: and all • joy and happiness in Winter's domains. Winter no longer rules with his icy sceptre; for spring, sweet spring, has ascended the thirbbe,—and, lo what a change. The river is nnbonnd; his icy shackles have vanished. He is a free and noble subject, flowing on in «lent majesty, the bearer of wealth and joy. As he pursues his coarse the shoie smiles on him; the swallow touches his tranquil breast with his tiny wing, then speeds away, ming- ling his twitterings with the multitude of feathered songsters, who are warbling forth Vhe praises of their gentle queen. The br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 23 February 1856

mm GALVESTON AUV'l'S. SAM L G. POWJÜLL, A. 8. RUTH VEX POWELL ác UITUVÜA, COTTON FACTORS, GENERAL FORWARD MSG AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Galveston, Texas. PARTICULAR attention paid to the tale or ship men: of Produce. Accounts of sale promptly rendered. Cash advances made on all consignments, either for sale or shipment. Produce sent to our address will be covered by open policy of Insurance, at the ruling rates of premium. , t1 nWJr C. B. Frost. Jas. 8. Marstox FROST & ÍIAIÍSTOA, Wholesale and Retail Dealer$ in, and Manufacturersoj COPPER, TIN, ZINC, sheet iros, axd japakxed ware, TREMONT ST. GALVESTON, Near the Tremoxt Hoise. General Assortment of Stoves &c. CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A branch of the above house is now established in Richmond, on Morton street, in the building adjoining McMahan's store. The public patronage is respectfully solicited. FROST & MARSTON. Richmond, April Cth, 1*55. vl 13 ly STRAYED or stolen from the subscriber, two horses, one an American, sorrel ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 22 March 1856

J,a- THE TOOL OP JtfO MAX i THE «LATE OF WO PARTY. VOLUME II. RICHMOND CITY. TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 22. 1856. ■ y No. 2. 11. ft. No. 2. A tféw Principle discovered tn Medicine to Cure old Disease*, Scrofula, Bad UrnmoTs, Syphilis, Frightful Sores, Ulcers, Fever Sores Eruptions of the Skin. IlíWiV'í RENOVATING RESOLVENT. This remedy, the public are assured, will radi- eally, quickly and eCqptually cure the victim of the 1 complaints herein mentioned. _ i, eren the most feeble in health, or the wretched victim of loathsome dieases, has •var ret taken a single does of this life restoring nawdy with—t deriving some benefit . Eruptions of the Skin. It will in a few days remove the most frightful laraptrons and disfigurements from the shin, stop ■the moat painful itchings, and leave the cnticle ipnre, clear, ft i rand healthy. It is pleasant to take; nqfltient feels no disagreeable sensations of sick- A Guarantee. Tbe public may rely «pon an effectual cure of the following diseases by usi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 22 March 1856

* v\v isí ^ V THE TEXAS SUN. SATURDAV, MARCH tt, 1&6. Tb« Six i* published Friday «veniug In «hue for Saturday's mails Eut ud West Ob and after the Is* day of January, 1866. the sabscrlption price of the wui will be fit 50 per an- nam in advance; and 95 per annum, if not paid in advance. No subscription received lor a shorter period than one year. Rates of ADVEansnra.—For each square of eigOt lines or less, first insertion, - - - |1 #1 Each subsequent insertion, ... 50 Business Carda, ewAt lines or less per annum, 10 00 One column, payable quarterly in advance, per annum, ..... 185 00 Half column, ..... 65 00 Quarter column, - 36 00 If carda or yearly advertisements are at any time emitted, a pro rata discount will be made. Notices ot a personal character, if admitted, will be charged double price. Marriage and obituary notices, if over five lines, will hereafter be charged for as an advertisement. Those advertising by the year will be confined to their legitimate business. Adve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 22 March 1856

warn weather sets in, eaoae a reiy severe freabet, which will flood Muyrrfll and Saen- awnto. The San Francisco Evening Bulletin, of February 20, makes the following very in- tereet&g announcement: The head of the celebrated California ban- dit, Joaquin Marietta, and the hand of the notorious thief, "Threefingered Jack," are now in the possession of Mr. J. H. Craig- miles, who. will leave with them this after- noon for the Atlantic. He intends to ex- hibit them throughout the Eastern States. It appears by a statement in the San Francisco Evening Bulletin that the ship- ments of treasure on the 20th of February, were as follows: By the Panama steam- ship Sonora $1,490,848; by the Nicaragua steamship Uncle Sam $266,083. Total $1- 766,391. Amount of treasure shipped in February, $2,384,477. The San Francisco Sun contains a rumor that Meiggs, the absconding defaulter, has written a letter to some one in that city, ex- pressing a willingness to return, in case he can have a guarantee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 22 March 1856

galveston advt's* «.ml a. powell, a. 9. rithven POWELL ft RVTHYEi\, JTTON FACTORS, GENERAL FORWARD ING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Galvestos, Texas. PARTICULAR attention paid to the tale or ship ment of Produce. Account of salo promptly rendered. . t Cub advances made on all consignments, either for sale or shipment. Produce sent to our address will be covered by open policy of Insurance, at the piling rates of premium. • C 8 Frost. Jas. 8. MaRstom. FROST * MARSTOIT, WUUmU mud Retail Dealers in, and Manufatturir* / COPPER. TIN, ZINC, sheet ikon, asd japanned ware. TREMONT ST. GALVESTON, Near the Tremont House. o General Assortment of Stoves &c. CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A branch of the above house is now established in Richmond, on Morton street, in the building adioining McMalian's store. The public patronage is respectfully solicited. FROST &MARSTON. Richmond, April 5th, láüó. vl 13 ly STRAYED or stolen from the subscriber, two horses, one an American, sorrel with white face and d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 29 March 1856

r~ V THE TEXAS THE TOOL OF NO THE *LAVE OF if© PARTY* VOLUME II. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 29. 1856. NUMBKR 12 tes— No. 2. R. Ii. H., No. 2. A New Principle discovered in Medicine to Cur* old Diaeaaea, Scrofula, Bad Humora, Syphilis, Frightful tian*. Ulcera, Ferer Scree Eruptions of the Skin. ■AOWAY'S RBXuVA ri.NO Bl SOLVENT. Tliia rem the public arc assured, will radi- «■Uy, quickly and effectually cure the victim of the dmouao* i*ii<1 roni|iljiiiit« herein mcntiiiiii'd. II* person, crvn the mint feeble in lienltli, or the ■Ml wretched victim of loathsome diviwi, has •ver vet taken a single Jose of this life restoring NMiqr without deriving ieine benefit. Eruptions of the Skin. tt will in a lew days remove the most frightful eruption* and disfigurements from the skin, stop the most painful itching*, and leave the cuticle pwe, clear, fair and healthy. It is pleasant to take; the patient feels no disagreeable sensations of sick- mm at stomach. A Guarantee. The public m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 29 March 1856

r — — - w5 < -.m THE TEXAS SUN. SATURDAY, MARCH 39,1856. The SDK is published every Friday evening in tine far Saturday's mails East and West. On and after the 1st day of January, 1856, the subscription price of the Sun will be 50 per an- num in advance; and #5 per annum, if not paid in advance. No subscription received for a shorter period Kates op Advbbtoisg.—For each square of eigf t lines or lees, first insertion, • • ' * Each subsequent insertion, • 5*' Business Cards, eight lines or less per annum, 10 00 On* column, payable quarterly in advance, per annum, • - • • • 1® 00 Hal/column, ..... ® J® Quarter column, 35. ^ If cards or yearly advertisements are at any time omitted, a pro rata discount will be made. Notices ot a personal character, if admitted, will ho charged double price. Marriage and obituary notices, if over five lines, will hereafter be charged for as an advertisement. Those advertising by the year will be confined to their legitimate business. Advertisements u...

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