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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 12 May 1852

t ) iVfilF ilflIL i2JfiliVGlEiVr.-IIerotororc there has been no connection between the mail from Victoria and New -braunfels and the Houston mail neither did the mail from Austin to Gonzales connect with that from Victoria. These inconveniences have been remedied by the indefatigable Agent of the Post Office Department. In connection with tins it will not be out of place- to mention the fact that the people of Arkansas are making active exertions to extend across that State to Fulton on Red River the railroad soon to be completed to Memphis which will enable the citizens of Texas to forma connection by stages and thus accommo- date those who dread the Gulf with an overland route and at llm on.-. : Kl .. . . . ' M-4'a.i.- Jo gf mu same Texan. time enable us to get oar mails more regu Iar. iilisccUcmii. Talent in Europe and America. Jncucatli ot Prince Schwartzenberg Prime Minister of Austria and a man of grenf ability has excited some reflec- tion on the relative estimates and reward...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 12 May 1852

riS" 'Valuable lands for sale. Titles Indisputable. THE following Lands being- some of the most eligible loca- tions in the Stale have been placed in my hands for sale; lilies MWW j. De CORDorA Houston and Austm. AUSTIN COUNTY. 1107 acres headri"ht"of Joseph Bal:er situated 4 miles east of the J3razos river on thcTicad waters of lush Pond Creek about 21 miles i cn vl!nn. Tn save trouhle. the mice is two dollars per acre. 177 acres part of P. Magce's hcadright about one mile west of the Brazos river' and about 5 miles above San Felipe. 354 acres part of P. Magce's headright in the forks of Mill creek and the Brazos liver about one mile above their junction. COMAL COUNTY. 320 acres granted 'to Charles A. Lawrence on the north bank of th Guadalupe river about S miles above New Braunfels. Taply W. Bennett 320 acres survey no. 7 Guadalupe river 2S miles north-west of the city of New Braunfels. . 160 acres Taply W. Bennett survey no. 61 on the waters of Re- becca creek a branch of the Gua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 19 May 1852

TIE - nilTH-llfFTF ill tllfftlfSif TERHS-$3 in Advance.) SI Dcmocrolic Newspaper--fclcuofco to Sericulture News politics auu f&cmn interest VOL. HI. (4 at the end of the Year. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 19 1832. NO. 49 CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. 'san SEE" j I- A- " W PASOnAL' ' ' Altorncys-at-Laic. - GEO. "W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Aus- tin. Their busiuess at Galveston will also leccive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. April 15 1S52. no 44 D. D. AITCHESON. " WM. ALEXANDER. A1TCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Laioj aug20 Galveston Texas. R. J. M. LITTEN. (late of the firm of Baker & Litten) has removed -' his Office to the upper story of the corner building on Congress Ave- "nue opposite the Orlcars House and respectfully tenders his services to the public in the various branches of his profession viz: Medicine Sur- gery and Obstetrics Austin Oct 22d 1851. tf. JAS. A. POAGE. C. C. BIC GENNIS POxVGE & McGENNIS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 19 May 1852

tHE SOUTH WESTERN A52ERCAN. DIE 0BQA & J3 !FlrllFifllTig. TERMS IfTrl-Vcctty furnished 1o Subscribers duriug the Session in place of Weekly.) SUBSCRIPTION Three Dollais per annum payable invariably in ad- vance. Fifty-two numbers to constitute a years subscription. (p- Monies enclosed for subscription in the piesence of any postmas- ter ipav be remitted at our expense and risk. ADVERTISEMENTS Will be insulted at the rate of one dollar per square for the first and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Seven Jines or less constitute a squaie. A liberal discount will be made to those who advertise by the year. Announcements of Candidates for olliee will be charged for at the .same rate as advertisements. Political Circulars and all communications of a private or personal na- ture will be charged at the same rate as advertisements. No communication or advertisement of an abusive r-haracter will be iiserted in our coluiuus on any terms. ' fp- All advertisements net marked with t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 19 May 1852

m & :f - -i v ' VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. Titl63 Indisputable. THE following Lands being' some of the most eligible loca- tions in the State have been placed i?i my hands for sale; lilies indisputable. J. Dc CORDOVA Houston and Austin. AUSTIN COUNTY. 1107 acres headright of Joseph Baker situated 4 miles cast of the Brazos river on thcliead waters of Fish Pond Creel: about 21 miles above Sau Felipe. To save trouble the price is two dollars per acre. 177 acres part of P. Magoe's headlight about one mile west of the Brazos river and about 5 miles above Sau Feline. 35-1 acres part of P. Mageo's headright in the forks of Mill creek and the Brszos river about one mile above their junction. COMAL COUNTY. 320 acres granted to Chailcs A. Lawrence on the north bank of th Guadalupe river about S miles above New Braunfcls. Taply W. Bennett 320 acres survey no. 7 Guadalupe river 28 miles north-west of the city of New Braunfcls. 160 acres Taply W. Bennett survey no. 61 on the waters of Re- bec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 26 May 1852

I II tftf l tfDlw E i fciili filtlthltili'i TERBIS-$3 in Advance.) St nJcmog-rttic jNTciusprtycr Doiotcu lo Slgricullitrc Nemo politico aub uEcjean ittcvcsls. ($4 at the end of the Year. VOL. III. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MAY 26 18-52. NO. 50 CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. I. A. PASCHAL San Antonio ) T . r iv n t crui at S GE0-' w- paschal. txi if nuiio juim GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Aus- tin. Their business at Galveston Avill also leccive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. April 15 1S52. . ho 44 U. D. AITCIIESON. " Wit. ALEXANDER. ATTCnESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law nur20 Galveston Texas. ill. J. M. LITTEN. (late of the firm of Ralccr & LiUen) has removed his Office to the upper storv of the corner buililins on Comrres Ave nue opposite the Oilears House ami respectfully tenders his sci vices lo the public iu the various branches of his profession viz: Medicine Siu- geiy and Obstetrics Austin Oct 22d IS51. tf. ? : ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 26 May 1852

X lyi.Et' S -. r' . &' Tfl SOUTH WESTERN AMERICAN. P. BE CORDOVA. EBItOU. CITY OF AUSTIN WEDNESDAY MA-Y 2G 1852. NOMINEES OF THE TEXAS DEMOCRATIC CON VENTION. For Pi evident. GEN. SAM. HOUSTON .Subject to the confirmation of the Democratic National Convention. tEMUEL D. -EVANS. GEO. W. SMYTH Presidential Electors. District Electors GUY M. BRYAN. R.S. NEIGHBORS COMPTROLLER. "We are aufhoiizcd to anuoucc JAMES B. SHAW Esq. as a Candidate -for rc-eleotion to the Office of Controller at the election in August 1S52. STATE TREASURER. y We are aulhoiized to announce the name of JAMES II. RAY- MOND Esq. as a Candidate for rc-.clection to the office of Treas- urer at -the election in August 1852. ATTORNEY-GENERAL. "We are authorized to announce the name of THOMAS J. JEN- NINGS as a Candidate for the office of Attorney General for the State at the ensuing August election. JSFWe are authorized to announce the Hon. A. T. HAMILTON of Travis -County as a Candidate for Attorney General of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 26 May 1852

7 bl iL L ' - JHisrcUani). itJP Gov. Young of Utah speaking of the slavery of the Indians has constitutional objections to black slavery but none against " Peonage ;" he uses much the same language as was used to Ferdinand and Isabella on the first discovery of the continent. Yerily the humbug of this world is nearly beyond calculation : "-The practice of purchasing Indian children for slaves is a trade earned on by the Mexican population of New Mex- ico and Calilornia. These traders of late years have extended their traffic into the limits of this territory. This trade I have endeavored to prevent ; and this fall happening to encounter a few of them in my travels as superintendant of Indian af- fairs strictly prohibited their further traffic. The majority of them appeared satisfied and after making a few exchanges of property in the settlements returned to their own country ; unfortunately however a few of them still determined to carry on their nefarious traffic ; they have been a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 26 May 1852

it ' M. JCj kf- 'v "N. . . VAIilJABIiE BANDS FOR' SAIiE. . . fsww - . Titie3 Indisputable. ( bgtTJEIEfoUowuig- Xands being some of the most eligible loca- tiansvin the State have been placed in my hands for sale; titles indisputable. tatW: J. De CORDOVA ' '"' Houston and Austin. JC AUSTIN COUNTY. 1107 acres hcadright of Joseph Baker situated 4 miles cast of the Brazos liver on the head waters of lush Pond 'Creek' about 21 miles abovc"San Felipe. To save trouble the piice is two dollais per acre. 177 acres part of P. Magcc's headlight about one mile west of the Brazos river and about 5 miles abovo b'an Felipe. 351 acres part of P. Mngec's hcadright in the forks of iWill creek and the Brazos river about one mile abovo their junction. . COMAL COUNTY. 320 acres granted to Charles A. Lawrence on the north bank of th Guadalupe river about S miles above New Braunfels. Taply W. Bennett 320 acres suivcy no. 7 Guadalupe river 2S miles north-west' of the city of New Braunfels. 1G0 acres Taply ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 9 June 1852

TERB8-$3 in Advance.) VOL. in. SI gfonocratic yerngpaperSlctiotea to agricnUurc cms Politics ana QLwn Unlcvesls CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICA1ES. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE 9 1852. lifftfCJIl. - ($4 at the end of the Ypax-l NO. d 9 W. PASCHAL I. A. PASCHAL) T . . p.cniIAT S GEO. an Antonio J Morncys-atSaw ' I Austi- GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Aus- tin. Their "business at Galveston will also receive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. April 15 1852. no 44 D. D. AITCIIESON. WM. ALEXANDER. AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law ang20 - Galveston Texas. WR. J. M. LITTEN. (late of the firm of Baker & Litten) has removed - his Office to the upper storv of the corner buildins on Consrress Ave nue opposite the Orlears House and respectfully tenders his services to wie puDiic in me various Drancnes oi nis proiession viz : Medicine Sui- gery and Obstetrics Austin Oct. 22d 1851. tf. JAS. A. POAGE. C. C. MC GENNIS POAGE & McGENN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 9 June 1852

& t- 41 fHfi SOUTH WGJSTfiRJ AMERICAN. P. DE CORDOVA EBITOll CITY OF AUSTIN WEDNESDAY JUKE 9 1852. ftOMlMEES OF THE TEXAS DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. 9 For President. GEN SAM. HOUSTON Subject to the confirmation Of the Democratic National Convention. Lemuel d. evans. GEd. W.SMYTH Presidential Ekclors. District Electors. GUY M. BRYAN. U.S. NEIGHBORS COMPTROLLER. We are authorized to anuouce JAMES B. SHAW Esq. as a Jandidatc for re-election to the Office of Comptroller at the election in August 1852. STATE TREASURER We are authorized to auuounce the name of JAMES H. RAY- MOND Eq. as a Candidate for re-election to the office of Treas- urer at the election in August 1852. ATTORNEY-GENERAL. We are authorized to announce the name of THOMAS J. JEN- NINGS as a Candidate for the office of Attorney General for the State at the ensuing August election. jWe are authorized to announce the lion. A. I. HAMILTON of Travis County as a Candidate for Attorney General of the State 'at the ensuing electi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 9 June 1852

k A H ir do Cibello and Medina already decided and in which the members supporting the bill had no interest. Add to this systematic legislation the decisions that notwithstanding the old titles may have been forfeited by non-payment non-residence abandonment or otherwise yet since the adoption of the State constitu- tion such lands are not subject to location and the friends of Spanish pa- per and Rubrics could desire no greater triumph. We think however that the following remarks of "Manfred"' deserves rebuke-1 "I have no doubt but that this hostile feeling in the legislature against new titles was intended to influence the court in favor of old titles and to prejudice them against the new. If such was their object they have gained it to their heart's content The court's 'dreadful note of prepara- tion" was manifested in the case of Hancock vs. McKiuney and did truly evince feeling and ignorance as the most prominent features of the case. The doctrine was novel the conception weak ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 9 June 1852

VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. RCi'.V C . . Titles indisputable. THE following- Lands being" some of the most eligible loca- tions tin' the State have been plated in my hands for sale; titles indisputable. -c -- a J. Dc CORDOVA . " Houston and Austin a ' AUSTIN COUNTY. ..I107 acres headright of Joseph Baker situated 4 miles east of the Brazos river on the head waters of Fish Pond Creek about 21 miles above San Felipe. To save trouble the price is two dollars per acre. : 177 acres part of P. Magee's hcadright about one mile west of the Brazos river and about 5 miles above San Felipe. -354 acres part of P. Magee's h. idright in the forks of Mill creek and the Brazos river about one miii aove their junction. COMAL COUNTY. - 320 acres granted to Charles A. Lawrence on the north bank of th Guadalupe river about S miles above New Braunfels. " Taply W. Bennett 320 acres survey no. 7 Guadalupe river 28 iniles north-west of the city of New Braunfels. .160 acres Taply W. Bennett survey no. 61 on th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 June 1852

THE SOUTHWESTERN M CM. TERMS $3 in Advance.) SI iBcmocrfltic Jfansuaucr -HJcuotcu la Ogtitnltixvc Slews politics cma Kcxan interests. ($4 at the end of the Year. VOL.-J. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE 16 1852. NO. CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. TJ I. A. PASCHAL San Antonio w. PASCHAL Austin. L J I. A. & Geo. W. PASCHAL ) GE0 GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Aus- tin. Their business at Galvcslon will also receive the peisonal at- tention of one of the firm. April 15 1852. no 44 D. D. AITCnESON. WM. ALEXANDER. AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law aug20 Galveston Texas. DR. J. M. LITTEN. (late of the firm of Baker & Litten) has removed his Office to the upper story of the comer building on Congress Ave- nue opposite the Orlears House and respectfully tenders his services to the public in the various branches of his profession viz: Medicine Sui- gery and Obstetrics Austin Oct 22d 1S51. ; tf. JAS. A. POAGE. C. C. MC GENNIS POAGE & ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 June 1852

liLii uuii i it litiiBiiimii nmtiuiviiiii g ? P. Hccorpova. editor. ''""CITY OF AUSTIN WEDNESDAY JUNE 16 1852. 'Jin -t iiniM mi ggg? 'r1 ' ' ' ' ' i DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. u53 For President GENERAL FBANKLIN PIERCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. tdtoofr r.. For Vice President WILLIAM R. KING OF ALABAMA. LEMUEL D. EVANS. .GEO. W.SMYTH Piesidential Electors District Electors. GUY M. BRYAN. R.S. NEIGHBORS COMPTROLLER. ' We arc authorized to annoucc JAMES B. SHAW Esq. as a 'Candidate for re-electicu to the Office of Comptroller at the election -in August 1S52. t " STATE TREASURER We are authorized to announce the name of JAMES II. RAY- MOND Eq as a Candidate for re-election to the office of Treas- urer at the election in August 1S52. il ATTORNEY-GENERAL. . :We are authorized to announce the name of JOHN SAYLESasa candi- date for the office of Attorney-General at the ensuing August election. . "We are authorized to announce the name of THOMAS J. JEN- NINGS as a Candidate for the office of Attorney Genei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 June 1852

r Telegraphed to the Nc'fb Orleans Picayanc. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTIONGEN. FRANKLIN PIERCE NOMINATEb. ' FIFTH DAY MORNING SESSION. Baltimore Saturday June 5 a. m. The convention assembled :if the Hour appointed and proceeded to balloting. Thirty-Fourth Ballot Cass 130 Buchanan 49. Dou-lass 53 Marcy 33 Houston o Butler 1 Dickinson 1. "V- Virginia voted for Dickinson but he withdrew arid said he would "o for Lass ; ' Thirty-Fifth Ballot. Cass 131 : others no special change. i.mty-Sixth. Cass 122 Buchanan 38 Douglass 43 Pierce 30: others a little change. ' iliuty-highth. Cass 107. Buchanan 08 Douglas- 33. Marcy 84 Pierce . '$ 0T1rty-Ninth. Cass 10G- Buchanan 2S Douglasl33 Marcy S5. Pierce 29- others very little change. 4 Fortieth No change. Marcy stock rising. 4 rorty-Second. Cass 101 Marcy 98; others a trifling change. It is understood that the committee of one delegate fronieach State -ppointed to draw up resolutions defining the Democratic platform cm- race and adopt the compromise meas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 June 1852

Xifcv1-' v . 9? H l JUDGMENT AGAINST ABSENT DEFENDANTS ' As the practice of serving defendants by publication and otherwise 0tthout personal service prevails in most of the States the effect of such judgments in the sister States may be a question of some importance. From the following decision of the Supreme Court of the United States D'Arcy vs. Ketchum et. al. 8 Howard 172 it will be seen That unless the defendant be served with personal notice no action will lie upon the judgment in another State. JMr. Justice CATRON delivered the opinion of the court. This case comes here on writ of error to the Circuit Court for the District of Louisiana : the proceeding below being by petition according to the practice of that court. - It alleges in substance that about December 1S-1G George H. Gossip and James D'Arcy were jointly and severally in- debted to Ketchum Rogers and Bement who recovered a judg- ment against said Gossip and D'Arcy in the Superior Court of lhe Ciiy of New York for Sl4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 23 June 1852

It 1 J mc - iuin ft tSlfcWii liltMlllli ' ?'"""' ' i 'IT. TERI2S $3 in Advance.) Si Pcmccrntic ycmspapcrEDcuotco to Agriculture JSms politics ana QLcxan Interests. VOL. IV. ($4 at the end of the Year. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 IS32. i x CARDS AND L.OST CERTIFICATES. NO. 54 n 4 cr-TT T S GEO. W. PASCHAL i aouuiiu ' J I. A. & Geo. W I. A. PASCHAL San Antonio $ " j "..aouims Austin. ' ' Altornevs-at-Law. - GEO. "NV. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Aus- tin. Their business at Galveston will also receive the personal al- tention.of one of the firm. Office inAustiu at the Old State Department. April 15 1S52. no 44 u. d. aitciiesox. war. Alexander. AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Laio aug20 . Galveston Texas. FYRJ.'M. LITTEN. (late of the firm of Baker & Lilt en) has removed - his Office to the upper stbrj- of the corner building on Congress Ave- nue opposite tile Orlears House and respectfully tenders his services to the public in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 23 June 1852

IT V THE SOUTI WESTERN AMERICAN. P. DE' CORDOVA EI1ITOR. CITY OF AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 1852. For President GENERAL FRANKLIN PIERCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. For Vice President WILLIAM R. KING OF ALABAMA. '(LEMUEL D. EVANS. :GEO. W.SMYTH Presidential Electors. J)istrict Electors. GUY M. BRYAN. R.S. NEIGHBORS. COMPTROLLER. .We arc authorized to auuouce JAMES D. SIIAW Est. as a Candidate for re-election to the Office of Comptroller at the election .in August 1852. STATE TREASURER We are authorized to aunounce the name of JAMES II. RAY- IMOND Eaq as a Candidate for re-election to the office of Treas- urer -at the election iu August 1852. ATTORNEY-GENERAL. Wc are authorized to announce the name of JOHN SAYLES as a candi- date for the office of Attorney-General at the ensuing August election. We are authorized to announce the name of THOMAS J. JEN- NINGS as a Candidate for the office of Attorney General for the State at the ensuing August election. JCreg-Wc are authorized to announce the Hon....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 23 June 1852

)t 'SSfi1 received a league of land? Why the locator of an Ala- nl rrx n0t COme into courfc aSainst a Mexican eleven leauge SKr UIahnohinS was ever paid without having a moral homily "-&- ast the : land pirate Evea the vejy bm mder considera(ionj natt CD.refully to guard these principalities against intrusion. t:as the Monument no sympathies for these much abused hombres and "their assignees or will he not allow as much liberality towards Texan contractors as Mexican empresarios ? That the contractors expended a very large sum of money and caused the introduction of a considerable population where before there was none has never been seriously denied by any one. The Slate has proved the colonists to be entitled to 1700 sections of land; and having incau- tiously given the colonists the choice for which act the contractors en- joined the colonists the governor the attorney general the joint cominil- mittee and the representatives of the suffering colonists insisted on a law to se...

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