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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 25 December 1854

THE. ALAMO STAR. 1854. <id mi S3S POKTRY ÉÍSÍ K HOT HARSHLY. BOt harshly —much of care * Erery human heart roast bear; Énoogh of shadoW darkly lie VeÜ*d beneath theatinntest eye. By thy childhood's gushing tear#, . By thy griefs of after years; Hy the angnbh ihou Host know, Add.Dot to another's woe. Sptak-aot «o harshly, much ofsm -—Dwelicth every hcait within; 7 NEW CITY A & VERT'S BAKGAJN8. MAY BE HAD In Cblkhs of all grade*. | either wholesale or retail, a* we do not , intend to k**ep it. Call and examine oar stprk before pftfcha- i sing elsewbi&e. At SJTOY A Co1*.. ¡ l^t:o:u; | - I FRESH CORN MKAIi. C1TY\ ADVERTISEM KM Ts. ( \*I2W GOODS, New Firm and New Slant! ! I ON COMMKlU'K H'i REKT, 3d DOOR (rom Main PlWa. CROísUY & Co.. ma¡u- uiacturer* Who! sat\' a no tfttail Dealers in Hoof#' and*Shots, llafs and C'np*, Would be# have to inform tin* citr/ens of K> * is and v it it i;v, thai 'In v f avy not a¿ AtWAYS on háii«JVrictived rvwydav. and 'V'1""1,? , _ , v .. ....

Publication Title: Alamo Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 6 January 1855

i # I i i TERMS FIFTY CT8. HEME wmwm TUE ALAMO! Ém ■VOL. 2. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, JANUARY 6 1856. THE ALAMO 8TAB, 18 rrBI.ttrtfol ON KVKRV SATLUUAY BY _ JAM US P. NEWCOMB. Oj^ce an Solidad Street. «fc i TGRIIIIIliR NIOTtt INTENSB EXCITEMENT T THE MILITARY CALLEO OUT!"^ Scene* and Incident®, «kc II ardscrabbi.f., Jan. 5ih, 1855. lt i* with pain we announce a terrible riot In ihiw hithfitn gnjet and peaceful village. It probably known to our readers, that for months pa*t considerable feeling has been man- ifested Ik*tween the "iVfae*,Mand the ,4 Voi s," which has at last resulted in a most ¿ferocious and bloody riot It is not for us to say who are the culprit*— we leave that :o the investigation of the enligh- tened and public spirited authorities of Hard* •crabble. Tlie nevvp of the riot reached our office at fifteen minutes ami three and a half seconds past nine, p.m., precisely. On receipt of the intelligence we immediate- ly dispatched twelve of our indefatigable re- jpcrters to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 6 January 1855

ti. *« «dnrioiainHion. c« poaw «t ¿«eri- íp ea>aMne a, «lid oure*y i «i¡ relaaing ••- ,.u, of hi«b «anilies and mro.l judge loii tusiomiry rootine. of bu.inw, alilwugh ! acau. h ha* plea ed tome miogoitlcd Indirid- 'be maj.iiiiy of uiir chlien# looli drmv>j and I atU ío five it the «ofnoaiea <rf "Know jaded I ruin indulging w freely in • >- «•** ei#awii <tf«mle^,4 B.'suibi.ii.Jrfteíni.iraiiafi," «rheiber il in or not, nileital..meni and amuwMenta **ch men. - T4« f k before them is not a light or plea*- ant one, but we felt confident that before their term of office ha* expired, they will Ware v the * ito- fceatófiifly ifl«*tatedr \ pleasant puny came of in a of our cily up Thursday night. two wevk> we j>a*e had calm and pteíüIMtf - coot, to the plea*ores and the maay that, Ijivt come off lately. The dawning: of ChMmas was greeted by the report* of ¿matt ann«, han- dled we suppose by "Yooujg jlmerlca,** and Ii^ht#-d by flaming hori-firé*.ATfiieFfy Christ na , was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 6 January 1855

"T il K A LAMO ST All." January l, 1&55., \w Year! New Year !—happy New Yeir, The Star our greetings make; In happy glee—though ta, light and free, A short review we'll take Old fifty-four—lias fled to yore, Ue to>k Erehsh leave last night; Younjg; ftfty-üve—rolled in fullMlrive This morning; claimed his right. Our city's fair—excel, compare la beauty, smiles, and wit, * With larger town*—there beaut/ frowns, They have no Señoril*. J4 .. , i Our river rolls—rippting Che shoals, Hare beauty in its course; Sure wealth to all—besides Sam Hall— Who lavo in its clear force. v _ W mj§; To the honor, to the rtei nal sex. be ir said, thai m the path rifice I with tt|cin too h%h or ftp ing wiili them is impossible, but to shri what lore, honor, innocence and reli quire. The voice of pleasure or of ¡ pasa by unheeded—but the voice never. Ttie chamber of the siclfc the dying, the viigif* oí tbe dealt, the religion,., never missed the fry mpi ties nfWo- • , - W Orand things were done—and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 6 January 1855

s rs ENTS. A&VERT'B CITY | UVCLB gisii i-.y : - iSfast MIÍOOS, . hr Mi<t Ada , Sao Antonio. from the easl unto ftorkwa Yankee nation is the greatest best, for all creation, and oor banner is unfurled, Here's a genera) invitation to the peojilcofHbe WW. " % CtOtCI.É -- ■ J5 - ,^P' enungh, don'l MAY BE UAD In CMking of all jrrade*. either wholesale on rets i I, as we do not iiitfud to keef if. Call and* examine our stock beior pnrcha- siuf elsewhere. At STOY & Co*. 12-t:o:o: ^ r ¿0 ..... . X ■ u FRE8U CORM MEAL ALWAYS on band, nceived evrv da v. and fur sale at . STOY & Co. 13-t:o:o: TEXAS made chairs 'or common Í use; received and Tor safe. o\c, at —• -r-p. STOY St Co. ItJilo.o; 100 WWDOWSASR, AVISO rWM-ivflt the agency of the New Tiieo come along, comé alo rery nal ^ land* they a* alarmed. . • . - ' It.' Uiich t-pongli felfo-e^mll a '«1 a'""'- Call auu mw*i NEW GOOD*. Hew Flint aad Hew HUud ! I ON COMMERCE STREET, 3d DOQR from Mil in Plaza. CROSBY & Co.. wan- ulac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 15 January 1855

.'■It:. V %f TEH MS FIFTY CTS. REMEMBER THE ALAMO! PER VOLUME. TOL. 2. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, JANUARY 15 1855. TUB ALAMO STAR, 18 riBI.JHUKD ON EVERY * ATURDA Y BY JAM ft* P ^EVVCOMB Office on St ft dad Shed, r Written lt>r lh¿ AUinj Star. Till: Til It EE LOVES. Add rented lo a Lady of ¿San Antonio. Your own three lores will come before you now, TUK OV.Vri.hMAN from EMKK.U.p's i*l,e. Oh ! ho, what'* this, with phi22"g * o severP' And what the líúce lUt^k'ilow want* in here ? I I'll tell yon now pr$J li-ien to it well, Becomes ,(ot here alone to make a swell, | But at the shrine ot beauty he would bow. Lo >k ! he's on his k< et-s Ik* 1'ote you now ! SAN ANTONIO. In no part of Tex a* aro improvements fgressiitg more rapidly at this time than San Antonio. "Within the last year ! new and elegant structures have been \ ! that embellish the city and would do credit nj to any city in the Union. In addition to these, Be the powers But are ye so lang waiting, ; many commodious stores a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 15 January 1855

STAR SB to act as agent tor the Stir. agnaaieMly—Young tiftéo subscribing lor a paper to send to a young lady, of the Lagrange Monument i« term "giá** widows" arises fro® the fitftfeattkeir hatbanas are roving blades. Tke federal Court warn oMged to Gaive^on m the fid— Judge Watrouspr^klrng celebrated actor, died at THE MU&ftHfS,. Theee atnpendous pHes of architecture, raiak f their lo/ty spires toward heaven, stand a* evidence orthe energy and perseverance of ! the greedy Spaniard a they roamed about in search of golden treasures. They are sor- J. Lambert ¡ rounded by beaulifui and romantic scenery, and command a view of the country miles around. They are now in a mouldering state, when perfect, were the pride ol their founders. Once the curfew bells uerAeard from the cou- ventebappel, suniipotiing rae dark eyed daugh- ters oí old Cast i I** to worship. The ordeal of years have silenced the song that once made cheer ful I their halls, and the bat and the owl alone hold their. r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 15 January 1855

p ,' >• \ " -*f ;0 "I ♦ MÉÉfii 1855. maesmm T H E A L A* Vor the Alamo §tar. TBI! ORUKR GOOD SAMARITANS. Having kffn lb. bea^jilSj the gay, the live- ¡ Ir and the strong ftII, alike u ith the weak and ![ ibo simple minded of creation, by the dreadful «baft of the fatal cup, the 'more merciful have beenior age* employed in deviling schemes whereby they may'effect reformatian, yet of all these, none have, nor do any expect to beat town the monster fti tvery conflict, nor ha# j any of them met with their anticipations, yet : perhaps they have cause to not become diseour- j «¿ged, for many have been ^aved by them from j the dire eotisi quetces of intoxication, not only . the poor immediate victim, but she and those helpless little infants that would have other* * w ise prayed to the piercing winds and the re- luctant han ! of a merciless world, in vain. We are under nhlipm'on to tnmc men w ho have stood up through the cries of fanaticism and against every obnoxious opposition and adv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 15 January 1855

Ét fr' *. ' lbcifcd,r T* awihe^s^arcbaolncNbationhad, te fathir «atomáim woo Id force il>e ltd; But still the boy tQ church one Sunday Hole, And'evidenced * wisfrto save his soul. ■ .f j-rfK , S, Upon a certain day it came to pa*«, Tlw father (breed the strneglinvboy to roas*; Some acatóos Papists bel pet t torree him in, And begged the priest to pardon ail his sin. "Bat/' «aid the ma of God, (i cannot bless Tfcf culprit, utiles he doc* first confe* ." NEW CITY ADVERT S __ bargains MAY BE,HAD in ClotkUg¿fall gradea, cither wholesale or retail, as we do not mttMKl to keej *it. Call and examine our stock before purcha- sing elsewhere. At STOY & Co's. 12-t:o:o: FRKMH CORN Always on hand, rt cei ved j? very dav for sale at MEAL. and STOY & Co. l*2-t:o:o: 100 fesslon 1" "Yet, every one of Catholic p'oiession." "And wtióm doyou confer to 1" " Why, the Dean." *Anddoes he charge you 1" '4Yes. a white thirteen." 0 "And do the Dean* confess V' " Yes, boy, ;tbeydo, tJnio the Bishop,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 22 January 1855

f f r'-¡ , : <V . i V ¿\ m m h TEH MLS FIFTY CTS. "IT"" • >.< ~-:- —-—. ..au.—~-2?—~ JFQJk & w u tl EM B M B E E T r* SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, JANUARY d&. aass «¡a I il % ALAMO STAR, fSllED ov kmy satuhda. y by JAMBS P. NEWCOMB. Ojfice on SoUdotl Street. neasae tOVti What á cunóos troubles a mail upon sock? ' m WÍ THE ÜN10H. ' by lon til' el)low. Thou, too, sail on! Oh '.ship of State, Sai i on, oh ! Union strong and great, Humanity with all it« feers, With all its hopes of future years, Is hanging, breathless, on thy fate ! What workmen wrought thy ribs of steel, Who made each mast, and sail, and rope, What an vil fang, what hammers bei Wirt're shaped the aiiclfors of thy hoj Fear not each sudden sound aid shock, Ti oí the wave, and not the rock ; Tis but the flapping of the sail, _Aml not the rent made by the gale! In spftc-ol rock* and tempest roar, In spiu* r>f t¿ti«'• lights o i the shore, Sail on, huí tear t«i breaM the «fa I Our heart-*, our hope* are all. with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 22 January 1855

jHH p? h p' */; mc ■ay lYCUlfoB ^ upo*«aturAy !•* ind the ¿iltytnt parts of the lute, are Iwtr ikH a Mexican was killed by J one Bight last week in the H| oftlie FoMOfflee. • We bear ibatl -Quod 8 ma ritan Lod**' organised in thU eHjr, tbia «retk. We iwtnibf «ames uf a goodly number oft he wortb/ and respectable ladie* and gentle- Mea of our. city, sifned to the petition. ■i *'■ SCoVifittbave bout¡* and shoes anti quality, although jbelr talo daring the last week; leep oo Commerce «jtreet, a few doors lielow the comer oí Commerce and Idad street . I<w 11 ' ■!! I I ' ' ■——««— 1 I " IJT A raft? for a pair of une gray carriage horse* and bdggy came off at the Plaza House, eight. Eight!" chances were taken at tea dollars t chance. A^entlemao residing , was the lucky one. iageturned over with a couple of L on their way out to the Salado, last, the horses breaking loose from came runnlng>1nto town, where up^ We believe tile gentle- '10*.- - MAYORS COURT Mayor—Jas. It. #iet Marshals—...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 22 January 1855

r%* m &$■ il; % a 8 >Eira items. 13T Sixty ládú* i New an obligation, not t< foreign maniifa$*re/ for a year. Have signed any article of, v; y fi-'fí ;ti J§! Tfe- story of Gen. Houston'a resigna- been contradicted. w The annua) !< #* from «our floor and damaged corn in the United Stau* i climated at $$*000 000. The Chinese rebellion i« said to have been caused bv the E ttp*r«n;,>* order to sup. press ihe "Ttiala" a kind ofMt*onic Frater- nity. I^TO/ r a ill cisaid bu«heU of d ad 1ft" ter*," th<* aecu.nulatimi of the las quarter, were destroyedun the l t inst. in Wa hin?'"n- The money f>mnd in them amounted to $18,00;), seven-eight* of which was returned tu it* prop- er owner . Taice the whites ot eight r jg*;one-*Mt«tft yonna ea h of corn «(arch, fl««ur áud biKtet*t half a p nod of *«««ar; on - teá*noon«ul of cream iH^1" urtai; half teaspocnfwi of «ida. Fu tor with ** almond-to suit thet**te. id. A JUVEXII.E OEMIVtf. > £•_•*« * A roong Western Bard ha* went ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 22 January 1855

i"' *. T 11 w BARGAINS. CITY ENTS. A^TERT'S i wayward hieriot it v? ^ * or fame, Usp our name ñuict way, 11% t of Home. k and sieflny night rec homeward hies, lifht orestgloom he spies 1 at home he fee , «tag hearts w¡U greet bim there, through hisftosmjtealrf ore that banish care the Light at Home, of all grades, as we do not May be had in cutting either wholesale or retail, intend totarffr tt>T ~ * Call and examine out toek before purcha- sing else where. .At 9T0Y & Co' . 12-t:o:o: FRESH consr MEAL. ■ ALWAY8 on hand, rrceivrnl every day, and for sale al 8TOY & Co. l2-t:o:o: Í A A TEXAS made chairs Cur common X UUuse, received ami for sale, low, at WINDOW sash; STOY & Co. l£-t:o.o: HEW GOOD*, Hew Flim and New Stand : ON COMMERCE STREET, 3d DOOR from Main Plaza. CROSS Y^rCo.7man- uiacturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Boots and Shoee* Rati and Cape, Would beg leave to inform the eiUaens oí San Antonio and vicinity, that they have just ar- rived direct from New,Yor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 29 January 1855

TERMS FH'TY CTS. VOL. 2. HEM EMBER THE ALAMO! PER VOLÜ* SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, JANUARY 29 1855. NO 21 THE ALAMO STAR, is pi RuritKí on kv :ry satíriuy by JAMES P. NliWCUMB. O¡fice on Solid a ft Street. BEING OUT— A RIGHT UAXDEll BAD- LY INVESTED. 'Thank you, Idou't care it"Ido/' said a fast young man,, with a large pressed brick in his hat, as he surged up to the Indian that Man 1 !■ front ot a large tobaco store in Broadway with a hunch of cast iron clgávs in his hand. "I'll take une, I smoke sometimes," ami he reached out to take the profit'weed, hut the Judian woukl'm givejt up. He ^Mgon the ei gars like grim death. "Look helj^Hp} copper- head," sai Í the last young man, *^>né of that, no tricks tipon travellers, or ther'll be a muss; y< u and I'll fall out; somebody'11 get a punch m the head." The Indian said never a word, b u held on to the cast iron cigars. He wan • aim, dignified, unmoved, as an Indian shouhl be,'looking his assailant straight in the face and no irtussle m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 29 January 1855

Ttít ALÁMO STAB 1 S5fv TUR SAN APfTONIO LYCK1TM.- There «at a meeting of the San Antonia Lyceum on Friday evening ia-t, they had 4 :h> igha portion of Socle- | long and spirited debate, its evil etfrcta. yet secret : ta.nim-.it and ainusemeni TilE•ÍDD SA&tAMTAN ORDER. l. Toebreath of Intemperance i* breathed thioaghoat oof^Seommunity, creating a vile í$oral ^íeiicb; aoJ al tv wins free from its ¡■aiafiTtes íurk in every grade. 4U i*. aaetiwr paper ?be c >urH* da rapen i eg"? be happiu^s oi man. A i and will appear m «Í a sosflt of ittir* its &* w ¿re* and doafc jtspretrai macs;i!u¿e. thki. o of g. s and i> or s. .fTbia'sacJct/ a* cffgafiÍ2ed:>pñ !a* i?-;> |9ité ft; Aaaber "of ladies present, i f < itraflrri to a IJ' '' wisii t*:.'-. r# i& attend next Weá#a*¿s? ereaifi? mtíeíi To^ij~ enter- i. lnl oi the uv<cnrh>l>n¡n¿ from the high to j audiance ot ladie and gentlemen pie- ut. a«.d \ ) from this, we expevt the ball that « a ue «'If in rrt&t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 29 January 1855

I Si Sft :¡ i,.. WB 1655. •asaetee* THE ALAMO STAR "II WAS 111 SI THAT DID IT." Sut il was the text from which waa preached ;\ ino.'t impressing sermon on Friday last in our sister city ^iiuffalo; and the text was the sermon htm, and text and germon Asrérc the last words of one of God's erring creature*. * • There w:is no rtrjun with its swelling notes dying a way m lenjthenod^ aisles to open the services, there were no anthems of joy and jnaisc \yit!i which to continue ihe worship qjf t iocf. there *va s nnber**l ?etiop > wee 11 y break 1U£ upon the earjofdevout worshippers as they rose from cushioned seats to leave the house sf prayer; hut the. serytco,was imposingly Folcinn and if -auk <Wj into the hearts of an awe-si rií'ken a-sen>K|v. It was the. y\'ourt of Death/' There stood justiecy^ern justice, ill the jwrsou of the e\ «mUÍ*v of the law. and m his hand- the warrant,, <vhieh commanded him to revenue the injury doue to the peace and dignity of stickily : there \ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 29 January 1855

THE ALAMO STAR 1856. -■ NEW CITY ADVERT'8 ifl i> i' '*■ wftkc r«i CHARITY. ! what a world It this! of all grade*, as we tki not of esqoisit btin! •asjf kMn ? A hoflltfefb la our face to-day— A Grief brings tears to morrow - Mi «flsljr we bid tbe Chrnshed stay To keep oar beam from sorrow. A Lowe fa here, but the Loved are gone Ore? ifee Letbeao river, iaá we weep as we straggle with life aioae, Chiding tbe good All-fiver. before, O soot* the heart sb ;u:i know Tfeartear* are tbe boon of living ; Tfceo ever eo&tent as oaward we go, Let us be always giving— <# Otríi; rfkre to tbe weary arad sad, Of Gold were wact i< distressing, irmgoi smites to tbe ¿oyóos ami g!ad~ doing life's d'jiy t>y bifSMi g. V. BARGAIN* MAY BE HAD in either wholesale or retail, iotc d to keep it. t Call and examine our stock before purcha- ! siag elsewhere. At STOY & CoV lil-t;o:o: PBE8H COTS NCAI. A LWAYS ooliaui, received <*vri yiiav and ! Aforre at STOY & Co. # I£-t:o;o; 100 TEXAS ...

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