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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 3 June 1854

t p *i-i ~V « * «• ♦ THE TEXAN MERCURY. n H.T. BURKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR SEGUI\, GUADALUPE COUNTY. J i; \K 3, 1^)1 VOLUME I NUMBER XXXVII. A Lin#« Death—In the varióos work- de- scribing nvage life, and the barbarities attend- iog it, which it has been oar fortune to read i the conree of the last few year , we have met with nothing more truly horrible than the follow- ing account of the fetish-like cruelties practiced by the Kaffirs toward their own race and kiri- d^d. Tbe details are .given by Captain King, of tbe British army, who took a prominent part j in the late K^fir war. After giving several instances of hatchery toward soch of the soldiers as were unfortunate enough to fall into their ¡ hands, Captain King «ays: " When a chief or great man of a tribe is seized with sickness, the ' witch-doctor,' with forms and incantations, dooms some poor wretch to death, on pretence of his having bewitched the ailing nan. His flocks and herds are for- faited to the chief, and his child...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 3 June 1854

1 .*¡0 The New Orleans Trae Delta, of May SO, we subtract the following news items: Niw. Yom, Maj 19.—The Canard steamer ■acopa has arrived, bringing dates from Liver- pool to the 6th instant, three days later than were received by the Atlantic. We annex a summary of her commercial and general news. - It was reported that an.American privateer, the Grape-shot (?) had captnred a French brig •ITLands' End. The Black Sea.—The allied fleets had bom- barded the Russian for tsat Snliraa, north of the Danube, bat no details had been received. On the 18th or 19th, Omar Pacha with 7000 men gave battle to the Russian division trnder General Ladres between Silistria and Rassova. The battle raged for several hours, and while at ita height, a Ti irkish division which had made a movement the night previous fell npon the Russian rear and threw them into confusion. The Russians retreated behind Schernovado, with the loss erf a large number of guns large quantities of stores and baggage, and the mil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 3 June 1854

PORT LA VACA. Jts ft. B. Smith, tí ( o. ■ Chía Miction''*™, anil wholewde and retail d« al-' ia watebea, ieVelry, clock*, and fanc.v good*, L'omin- street, La Vaca, (In the atore recently occupied by Lindiay Al Co. would re-p'-ctfnlly announce, to Un: citi/'-n oí Ké.^nífi and the country, that th<-y arc receiving, and have in atore: • "*N i. T. Benedict, «re now rrceivlnft a tf-n'-rnl aaaortment of ■ the above good*, to which the attention of tbe public ia' reapec (Tally solicited. Having bad a long experience in tbe above bourne* in >11 iu branches, and the advantage* of an extensive acquaintance with northern manufactur- en in OUT line, we feel confident of U-ing able to give MtWbctioB to our customer*. AH order* from tbe coun- trypromptly executed. Constantly on band, a large supply of popular, stand- ard, aiacellaneou*, and *cbool-booKs. my6 6m IffflHA VACA FURNITURE WAREROOMSftfffl We invite the attention of the public to our new and ex- tend ve furnishing establishment, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 3 June 1854

THE TE UN M R ft IIR V Tjtnifti'rtiAPy PtwtrMto* T>-' folio - from fléani*, *h- MilMgetllle rormpfm'l'mt of til# Atlanta íl*poblienn('¡-í tb« I"1' beM hit of *b« Mason: Milledgeville, 0*orgin, .ion l& Tli" wnnl' ir «t it the n*nal hoar. Several Mils of import- ing were Intfodflced and read the third tirii", among which were the following: A bill to more John Smith's pig-pen on flu other side of the branch. A bill to turn the wagon road in the ronnty of Coweta, ¡«o as to rnn on the north instead of the sonth nicle of Jim Johnson's hen-honse. Me- ferred to the committee on roads. T1 'J f nv,\ ■ -•/ itin> )m if Antf',r • r '.i ' ' ■ of '•iU ■ f • j. sf ii re: f h t o Mir <• d or sfifrb i- " holly " ít i- form''I by t from ~fnf¡'ni i y •crnrely tied flitch, forming ' ¡un ■CO M A Ml I I '. for ••¡if.pli'-;i •/, drirabilif 1 d' il'í', " ;' '1 •' ! . Ii '■ I r f f f, ' vi/ (' ¡fi rlofh Mi'l leaf ii' r. '■'! i < <r' n>itf y !ii;'1 n|.ir - "niiir!, nr' niifu like nu v o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 10 June 1854

THE TEXAN MERCURY. . 4 H. T. BURKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SEGUIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, JUNE 10. 1854. VOLUME I: NUMBER XXXVIII. The Czab.—Every summer a series of military manoeuvres is executed in Russia, which as nearly as possible resembles actual warfare. Tha czar t kM command of an army of twenty thousand men, and the Grand Duke Alexander of another army of equal size. They fight mimic battles: the losing party (which is always the grand, duke's) retreats; is pursued to its quarters; the camp is stormed; and the war terminates amid the roar of cannon, the explo- sion of mines, and the blaze of bon-fires. This extraordinary, but characteristic pastime of the emperor's occupies about ten days, and attracts many visitors from England and the continent. If they are military men, whatever be their nation, they are entertained at the czar's expense, furnished with horses and serv- ants, and have every facility afforded them to behold and admire the discipline of the troops, and the tac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 10 June 1854

We tare taken gome pains to examine all the letters we can find, recently written from Havana to the New Orleans, the Charleston and New York papers, in order to see to what extent they agree in their views of the present condition of Coba, and of the real intentions of Spain. We «ail not find any discrepancy whatever in their statements. They all express their fnli convic- tion that the policy of emancipation has been determined opon, with the concnrrence of Eng- land and Spain in carrying ont the policy, and ia wtf tMniag the sovereignty of Spain over the island, or its independence, whenever Spain shall choose to abandon it to the dominion of emancipated negroes. They all agree that the great object of this secret alliance is hostility to the United States, which government, they have determined, shall never have possession of this important Island, which must command the gulf trade, and the possession of which is so essential to the commercial prosperity of onr government. The p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 10 June 1854

v.- GONZALES. T. M- Harwood. A. J. McKean. Havwood k. McKean, attorney and'counselors at law, will attend promptly to biliiwi in true ted to their care in either of the following counties, tí*: De Witt, La Yaca, Colorado, Gonzales, Caldwell, and'Güadalape. jelO Furniture Wareroom, GONZALES, TEXAS. Sheppard keeps constantly on hand an assort- i at furniture, of all descriptions, snch as chain, of n kind, rocking, office*, nurse's children's, and fancy; * , centre-tables, breakfast and dining-tables, bu- ses, bedsteads, etc. Room joining and north of the Collins Honsc,, my6t PARIS, Merchant Tailor, S¿guin, Texas, has now, and expects to keep constantly on hand, a complete stock of cloths, casi meres, satins, velvets, shirts, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, cravats, etc. A good assortment of READY- HADE CLOTHING ALWAYS ON HAND. All of which will be sold very low, for cash. He is prepared to ente all work in their line upon the shortest notice, i hi accordance with the latest eastern st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 10 June 1854

s the texan mercury. ! the excelsior hand-loom, * 1 made by J. Halstead, Memphis, fenneEset-, is the SEWING MACHINES. notice, to call a meeting of all the patrons of the These machines for simplicity, durability and school in the district, and a majority of those The Dsvil-catcheks A Cceioib Sect. We greatest labor saving machine ever invented, adaptediie.^ fordoing, with many kind.-of thread, present shal! indicate to the trustees the length . . . .. _ •„ • Mr.,| r,f ti,a and is destined to supercede every other hand- all varieties of sewing in cloth and i< uther, with of time during the year they de -re a school, the Í? PI ff j now in exihtence. It require? no skill to the greatest sj>ecd and certainty, and in straight, kind ot teacher they want and the a moon i o' present day cao produce any thing equal to the wcuvt, treadles being operated and the shut- 'curved or irregular seanic, are unetpialed. I he salary they are willing to pa}'- I1- shall be the below described, whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 17 June 1854

TEXAN MERCURY. H. T. BURKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SEGUIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, JUNE 17, 1854. VOLUME I: NUMBER XXXIX. 4 • ■«> ~ V [The following communication we find in The Galveston News:—Editor Mercury.] Ausrnr, May 6, 1854.—My dear sir: In ac- knowledging tíie receipt of your letter of the 4th inst, in reference to the contemplated route fcr the great national railway, which is soon destined to connect the waters of the Atlantic With thoae of the Pacific, I regret that time and opportunity prevents that detail which, under m ifhitj" circumstances, it would be my pleasure to ghfc Conscious, that a deep and growing is felt throughout the country, generally, in reference to this great national work, and that yon will rightly appreciate my motives in plairing at your disposal this communication, I have only to regret that I can/not be of more service in carrying out this great undertaking, in which we all feel so deeply interested. An activa — >Wn of over five years in your Stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 17 June 1854

liow to Overcome Dtrricui.Tiiw.:—In i} e I "THE TEXAN MERCURY j Tcxaw has exhibited during the last three years? month of December, J843, we wefe presents at! 1 (kinteu and pcuuhhed, oa the i-eoi-rietok, The ¡rn-nt influx of population,—we speak par- ti first meeting held in Saint Loo , Missouri, it y j. D. BIT C II AN AN. ticnlarly of this county,—is not of that migrat- ta favor of the annexation of Texas. It was a! ¡j. t nuilKE, EDITOR AN'li PROPRIETOR. 1 , . ,. , f. „ In githeriiiK, prended over bv «x-gorerner! ■ orjr character wLlch often Boate over new coon- William Carr Lane-,. of New Mexico. After [n;uu<inoN day, saturdav.J trien, but is of a substantial kind,—farmers and Profeooc McDowell and others had poured forth Term of Mihwriptian ¡ r year, h> advance $2*50 1 capitalists,-— who are turning under the tall -If not in advance 3-00 grass of our extensive plains, and causing the " unpaid wltlnn the year 4-00 j w}iojc COuntry to wave with luxuriant harvests. No KiilMcri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 17 June 1854

VICTORIA * % GLOBE HOUSE. would respectfully inform the t £e lug rented the above well-known ¡eh is now open for the accommodation boarders. The table shall always be ■mv of the necessaries and luxuries of j 4M eu be procured in this market. There is also at- tached to the hómf a large stable and hone-lot, with an well of water for the use of the stable, which «HI always be attended by good and faithful hostlers. " The proprietor hopes, by strict attention and industry in "" ■ - to merit, and receive, a share of public pat- 1 flatters himself that all who give him a call ! satisfied. W. T. CHAPMAN, proprietor. FORT LA VACA. jPhyricUu^ Dranisti, Merchant*, and The subscriber has latelyopened, ip the city of La Vaca, a new drag store, wherein he designs keeping the best of medicines, etc-, and will sell the same at reasonable rates. Concerned with Una is aa old and experienced druggist. As be sells at small profits, he hopes to obtain a liberal share of your patronage. In his store ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 17 June 1854

IAN MERCURY. "* * Hke Tallowing letter is from the Sau Diego HeMd, (California,) and is in reply to one ad- Iieatenant Derby, by one Charles De g, a collector of claims, notary public, ct cetera, at Washington City. He very kindly Lieutenant Derby, that he, Selding, and hare very kindly, at the request of " a officers stationed in Texas," undertook to induce congress to give to the army officers : stationed in California extra pay for certain ■ei flees, aid that he thinks they will succeed, provided these officers agree to give them " five or ten per centum" of the amount so obtained. "The fact Is, congress is about passing a law allowing extra pay to these officers for services Hi California, in 1848, and these cormorants at Washington are trying to get a part of it. To Ibis very kind letter Lieutenant Derby replies as follows* San Diego, March 20, 1854. My dear Charles: I have received your mod- est request of the fourth of Jannary, that I will give yon five or ten per centum of a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 June 1854

THE TEXAN MERCURY. H. T. BURKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SEGTJIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, JUNE 24, 1854. VOLUME I: NUMBER XXXX. ■t THE EDITOR. The editor is a man of many acquaintances, it b a eause of wonder both to elerk and devil how he can remember so many names and faces. Jle does not remember them; but upon all his visitors,—and they drop in at the rate of one bestows a kind of civility which but general, insinuating though non- If he most know who a man is, he says: "Let me see, how do yon spell your mum?" Ami thin sort of manucevring is strictly necessary. For, consider, a young gentleman who had a piece of poetry in the paper the yea* before last, comes to the city and calls npon the editor. To that young gentleman, the insertion of his "lines" was an event, an era. His seal bounded within him when he saw them in print. He showed them exultingly to his mother, sent a copy to his sweetheart, and handed them round on the "stoop" of the village store, and has thought better of himself...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 June 1854

Mexico.—Sauta Ansa's vietory over Alvarez tarns oat another Buena Vista affair. His Serene Highness got a sonnd drubbing, and had to escape in the garb of a common soldier, He lost 4*000 men. The Generals Ignacio and Comonfort, in com- mand'of divisions of the forces of Alvarez, are npceaaated aahaving obtained decisive victories. Santa Anna gave orders for his few prisoners to beehpt, which was done in a most brutal manuer Miguel Yddart was one of his victims the contrary, Alvarez treated his prisoners Mndly, Md set them at liberty. The revolution MmiAio be at an end in Guerrero. A corres- i_ states that the formation of the new sent will embrace the following: Joan Baptista Cevallos; for ■ of War, Juan Suarez Navarro; Minister ef Foreign Relations, Ignacio Comonfort ; Min- ister «f tha "" ' i Treasury, Melchor Ocampo; Minister of Justice, Juan Antóuio de la Fuente. Acapulco has been declared free to whalers, sad the tariff reduced. Tss Haikisbcbo Railroad.—The Harrisburg Company h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 June 1854

i mt PORT LA VACA. Merchant*, and oiíy of La Vaca, keeping the bent of ¿I will aell the sabe at reasonable ratea r Un to «a old and experienced dru gtaaall yroAte, be hope* to obtain a 11 s. In hi* rtorc may be found the by tbe Allopathic Thompson ¡an. (or Botanic.) and Homoeopathic medicines; Mkewiw?, all IbfJBpriir patent medicines of the day. Atoo, paint , " etc; druggiaU' glass-ware. i abet: likewise, fancy articles, perfumery, etc.; nhtoa ssed, and varioos miscellaneous articles; which he will sell cheap, for cash, or a short indulgence, on good j. All ara respectfully-invited to give me a call, jiey Refer to H< elsewhere. Fulton, Hensle Keen. F. BEAUMONT, jr. ey A Co.; Mr. R. M. Forbes; H. Ker; Messrs. ft. Peebles A Co; Clow A A. Cameron, Grocer and commission merchant. La Vaca, Texan. Jafcn Hudnall, r to R. M. Forbes A Co., dealer in dry goods, , hardware, etc. Commerce street, La Vaca. Ts. £• Mash Jt Co. Receiving and forwarding merchants, Lower Wharf, La ▼lea. J<-lOy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 June 1854

THE TEXAS MffRCÜRY. LoMatoüs Mistake.—A Frenchman, newly arrived in London, impatient to see the town, tat fearful of not finding his way back to the hotel, carefully copied upon a card the name painted apon the wall at the corner of the street . k which it was situated. This done, be felt limself safe, and set out for a ramble, much ■pan the principle vulgarly known as " following cue's nose." The whole day long he strolled, aad stared to bis heart's content: wearied, at laat, he Jumped into a cab, and with the ea3y, confident air of a man who felt at home, he read from the card he had pradeatly preserved the aame of the street he dwelt in. The cabman grinned horribly. " This English pronunciation is sadly difficult," said the Frenchman to himself, " he does not understand me." And he placed the card before the man's eye. Cabby grinned ■ore than ever, grinned in his fare's astonished faee, and ended by sticking his hands in his pockets, and roaring with laughter. Indignation on the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 1 July 1854

#- THE TEXAN MERCURY. g. T. BURKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SEGUIN, GUADALUPE COUITT, JULY 1, 1854. VOLUME I: NUMBER XXXXt. . THE PRAIRIE FIGHT. BT MBS. E. F. SWIFT. It Is that most delicious season of the year, tfce Tmiif" Summer, when seated by some trav- eling companions on the deck of the steamer Otto, booad for the upper Mississippi, we perceived three Indians in earnest parley with the of the boat. They were fine specimens of exact symmetry. Their keen dark ayea glittered with excitement, and, with their rifles in their bands, and each one foot advanced, they appeared as if preparing to spring over- board into the'deep waters of the river. With furious gestures tEey point to the prai- rie, that lay stretched out before the view until it seemed to meet the glowing sky. Covered with rich grass and wild flowers—lonely and wild—it looked like a vast extent of silence and solitude. Bat as we gazed through the skimm- ering mist that, like a transparent vail over tbe the free of beauty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 1 July 1854

CtBBBSrtlBSICK OF Til TEXAS MERCURY. Washington', June 19,1854. Detr Mercury: Leaving Séguin on the •torwth instant, with my friend, Colonel Neill, we Mt oat for Hnntsville. It was our intention to reach HuntaviBe in time to be present at the convention. In consequence of accidents " by flood and field," we are ■Mr comfortably seated in an office in the town of Washington, and expect to leave, for Hnnts- riQe, this afternoon. If a convention to promote internal improvements was about' to be held in Hnntsville, all the delegates to the numerous conventions held, and to be held, there, this month, could enter into it with a right good will. She miserable condition of the roads, and the fmpawlilr storms, are suggestive of railroad can, and good bridges. Our first day's travel was without any obstruction; but, early the next morning, we were brought up on the banks of Peach Creek, which was in a swimming con- dition. Here, then, we paused a day with our friend, and hospitable host, John...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 1 July 1854

V 1TEW ORLEANS New Orleans. LEWIS 8BELI080N, H. SEELIGSON M. Seelinon Jfc Sons, forwarding merchants, No. 21 Bank n!2y BASTROP. iJKBfi charge. attend strictly to myl3y INDIA50LA. Wm. M. Yarn ell, "«i commission merchant, Indian- jelOy J. * A. C. Aihworth, COMMISSION k FORWARDING MERCHANTS, *ai 4eekte la groceries sod western produce, Powder- hon wharf; Indfinola, Texas. 25f y «HMTM. D P SPARKS Sparks k Co. LOWER WHARF, INDIANOLA, take liberal cash advances on produce for our ia New Orleans and the north. J. H. BALDRIDGE. Dec. 7,1853. AUSTIN CITY. o 9 s ! tin, to all WILLIS L. ROBAKDS Megginson & Robards, \t law, and xolicitors in chancery, city of Aus- will attend the courts holden in the city, and fawial business confided to them at the seat of alone, unless temporarily engaged in other They will both, generally, and one always, be at their offlce. a22y General Land Agent: J. DOUGLASS BROWN, AUSTIN, TEXAS. Aba, collector of claims against the State of Texas and th* United State...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 1 July 1854

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