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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 8 July 1854

* THE TEXAN MERCURY. H. T. BURKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SEG-UIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, JULY 8, 1854. VOLUME I. NUMBER XXXXII. A GRIZZLY BEAK HUNT. ' A correspondent of the Knickerbocker for June writing from near Olympia, Washington Territory, gires the annexed graphic descrip- tion of a grizzly bear hunt. A party of western adventurers are gathered together before a roaring fire in a little cabin on the " Pacific dope," one of whom entertains his companions by the following narration: You see, Lander, as Engineer of Reconnois- ance, was frequently upon detatched duty; and whn we were upon the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains near the head of the Marias liter, he took off from the main camp some seven of us to aid him. We had been fire days out from camp, when one evening we saw a large, moving object, afar off upon the prairie. We had been for some days out of fresh meat, and the idea of rich, juicy buffalo-hump, induced Lander, a Texan named Guy, a young Blackfoot, (whom we had a...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 8 July 1854

THE TEXAN MERCURY IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED, KOit THE PROPRIETOR, BY J. D. Bl'CIlAN'AX. II. T. BUBKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Variety of Crops.—We have before as several stalks of millet raised 011 the ranchó of William Lytic, eatpiire. Que of the stalks is near six fcet iu leugth, and has a head of fbdrteei* incbcs long, and from the greenness of both the head and stalk, it ia quite evident that it had not near got its growth. Mr. Lytic has some eight or ten acres of millet iu the field, itowf which this was taken; aud certainly liner millet never grew in any country. It will be a good idea for our neighbors in the northern be pa:d. to injure attention. ¡states, and even iu the Carolinas to take this j Xo subscriptions will be taken for a less time than one subject into consideration. This is a very prof- ¡ year, unless by special agreement. itftblc grain to grow, as food for stock of all ^ Terms of advertising, one dollar per square, of ten { kinds, and is frequently used for Other ...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 8 July 1854

PORT LA VACA. ^ * ■m* and Merchant , attention! 1, in the city of La Vaca. _ signs keeping the best of , etc., and will sell the some at reasonable rates. 1 with him is an old and experienced druggist. As he sells at small profits, he hopes to obtain a liberal i of your patronage. In his store may be found the by the Allopathic Thompsonian. :,) aad Homoeopathic medicines; likewise, all F patent medicines of the day. Also, paints, níb, chemicals, etc; druggists' glass-ware, i sizes: likewise, fancy articles, perfumery, etc.; i seed, and various miscellaneous articles; which he wfll sell ctyeap, for cash, or a short indulgence, on good security. All are respectfully invited to give me a call, ere purchasing elsewhere. • jlOy F. BEAUMONT, jr. Refer to Mes**. Fulton. Hensley & Co.: Mr. R. M. Forbes; Major W. H. Ker; Messrs, R. Peebles <k Co; Clow & Keen. Grocer and A. Ct commission imeron, merchant. La Vaca. Texas. INDIANO L, A. Wm. M. Varnell, Receiving, forwarding, and comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 8 July 1854

THE SILENT HUNTER. The narrative ensuing is strictly historical and trathfal. We are indebted to the pen of the hunter-naturalist—Webber—for it: Shortly before the American war of Independ- ence, there arrived in New England an orphan boy called Bill Smith. Some friends of his parents took him—though only eight years of age, to an old farmer in North Carolina. The inden- stipolated that he was to hare, besides suf- t food and clothing, reasonable opportunities for education; but Saunders, the yeoman, thought this folly, and all Bill learned was in spite of his There was a little daughter of the old farmer's, however,—Mattie, a blue eyed child with gold ringlets and dimpled face,—who took a fancy to instruct the young alien that had come under her father's roof. lie learned to read and to write, and soon became so proficient in both, that he began, in turn, to teach his tutor. This pleasant exchange of mutual kindness went on till the children grew up, and >Iattie was a blooming g...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 10 March 1855

M w'Yi ,7i I aásj&Bm ir-. -iffs* „ )l • TA SEGUIN, GUADALUPE BOUNTY, MAM 10, 1855. ■ BT as to tbe nativities of «'the residents i-ststes, as follows, taking the nearest ;*J r i Northwestern States. .2,113,000 Atlantic States. . 744,000 States..... 610,000 land Stale .... 1*16,000 ' tbe United States.4,149,000 fo#eign countries. 566,000 in 1850. Hmb ....... 4,IIS,OOO ulation, amounting her the wife of tbe wealthiest and worthiest ne- gro of the land. And, if a man of bin «harp sense makes sncb ludicrous blunders about us, it is not wonderful that others should make; worse, nor that we should desiro to set ourselve s' right. The great mass of our people no not desire to see slavery anywhere; many of them have^ come among us to get rid of it; but so long as- it is considered, as in the early days of the Re- public, a local institution, to be confined to the States where it exists, we desire to see it sively under tbe control of the citizens of slaveboldiflg States. We see tho* the ...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 10 March 1855

>\r t TEE TEXAN MERCURY. E T. BURKE, Editor and Proprietor. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 10. Read the advertisement of our friend Watkins, in the appropriate colnran. The medical card of Dr. J. B. Lewis, appears in to-day's paper. d man-sla newspaper business 93f~ The Spring term of the District Court, for Bexar county, opened on last Monday. The court will continue in session for six weeks. The supplement to the State Gazette is a very interesting little sheet, especially to those understand the use of capitals. The pub- might gave paper and press work by ing one copy to a town or neighborhood. The election for town officers in this last Monday resulted as follows : Anderson, Mayor; T. H. Hollémon, organ, T. D. Spain and D. C. Bled- ; W'. M. Rusty Treasurer ; Sam Rosevelt, of§ew^Tork, has deci- br advertising in Sunday papers, be collected—being coo- ieh forbids the exposing a deternifnate pfece of abode, can learn the. Sabbath. The Sunday >rer the decision, and thinks V with * ta...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 16 June 1855

.* T ¿ ill 3? ■MR SY* SE( *. «5 coi r pe •: *«y inct. It may is. mtp, or what is unattainable, it cannot avoid aiming at what is gr< m%nent-r-any nwy than it coald dace# hieny tdf^U^t was feeble, indirect or base, m gred^people does not reseive sach shock#from §uch eauses, nor when rceived do th'ej terminate without immense results. What we bebpii:Jb a vast and apparently f* spirit of American Natfe«^H¡^H«#& , we. behold the re*4 washing* and ^Tit of Protestant Civ itself was SÜ^SPi>r- Mr ém i LiberiaHIáff^<l¥í^SliBlón to the guidance of corrúj^flira,landed with foreigners; and what makes n a persecution úl ^Éwt these foreigners happen to be Papists n|£Í||¡tels. If they had happened to be China^fe^^liahomedans. the nsftion would "have revoJ^tfWfich sooner. fathers y, many ror and ¿Then it soae at y«t jrithout reason. For we and* hlvffan. unsettled account with c%n^HN old. At first, it was th the rape who trod us into the BM£Ps' stah^aud drUflpáic rest out of all lands i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 16 June 1855

1« *<t ift; i Ition of ir cor- í ci ae P .. -m Oü ¡II *■' „ . ate «% í% <- $*** k "• r Antonio. to administer to - * *- *■ ' _ " which <ToTtñVi True Afeerica%i|§pi' ec$1|jc L'trryiii"; of deadly weaponspSnd that nica n u>t r; ly^r¡'on thamgel the law fur self-protect¿o . We presume no one ccrSÍagfe Tfx s from the S?t wift question the opinion that it is a man's duty í<jáQf*Ui|pwn with arma to defend bis life and liberty when attack d: paréíu^Sif ¡i s \-«! noter: setf-preservatio^s the first law of nature. Our np \ halls; a¡ position is that, the general cifrftnn of carrying tlg|t§^ej ara.t:o' deadly wetipous-is pernicious, ami has a tendon- Tfiey th'uk. That in Texas th ey to increase tftc number s&drj endeude, if ciation has a po and dispositions unmoved by scetjjgs of cur comes familiarizg&witli pain <i>f :i i owif for a tour WW^- Ay< W-Sút., :Me! ;Ps pin !y' • ii:n- toils;Aw th j.iy |tf ;mf>r ensible in his State its forms, and is eompiyatlvely ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 16 June 1855

,i*4 I** * « a* t* rméto f ftMr4^9 MM# a. ■r itl turtmvmr. #11#, 9V9 *04 114 >000 OF UiMtiUU (uHil i r, W\ U/r HP *mL* Hi/ri0g0, *ri> mint, H* hjf it puf*i *4 f. W WH* k lt*'1 HM't ih* Hti/l* \itff 0p* lAtol ftntn Unit' i torn *HMJ\ ttul lllHIIH^flt lOlr'H* t mni 'U tift hih ltUIH*>t>4Ulj mmU [rut"of fclJM butt *tai iftOi lU* tifttf, *VU* \*t*y tíw tribff* mft fo it4 f **#« lk*ff i« * p*I '1 .Mtftth*f in Ut*t Ms npM> th* rr""dHn: V t WAi 'Vwrrtffitl iWf mm iA Mr. Wnlktrf t/f duly fot t*r* in m*m\y, H te affair h*ww<t in tbe latter part f4 lust ir_^_ Another rttfftPtf. this story «*73 tbeffl wr" | white man, None iií killing f/f W«lk#r in pursaít of the part//**- * t ■. Ai/J 1 i font m Ait *#«-r*W W^#likpe. JÉ*" - >x>4w y ■**■■ m |fe, í't¿i ■3i "of tins State \t iul i til* v l/ti io «♦.< < «M. vali iK'ijJijifcf Nt'/ft, Wttf ';</// 1/ I\ , titdih'.i, fuhUt 4éi THKi#)/ 4* '// / i-*t 'Vl,i '/'^ "" ' y t>(f / LAJW i < .t# V *""/ «4 *<> I'l-'ii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 16 June 1855

"ll'H ft TBIr~- ^ ir >"r v , * •* « Mfc ft Onto etir*- m HCI-llC". dy Pll- i of th'i Nur- tgli *pm PORT LAVACA. t m ,,, . , ., ,',j « Wivr/. NcIkoii Ai VVInl/,, VOMMI'.UVK NTHI.ICT. t./lI'.ICji, TKXAK. fMI'OHTMtM AND WIIOLIWALE DKALfcltU IN drugs, * «*«l¡< ifj , pxmiimr/, *tnliwn ry, ' dfiMfgist'* rlali, etc., window ¿fluss, Alw —V/ll « , * liquor*. «liar üxturi'B, *ytum, flu in ¡cu I* tminU A oil*, bottles, putty, etc r«linI? , fancy groceries lti'1 n vsrlely of other srtlcles n«ui<lly k' pl in a wbid< «ni - drug rtu'l liquor «tore le, Nl«l ' *?■ I ii ill trH«l«". we would *«y, Unit t have been m IkIi'i! for llil* mnrki't, a best term , and #>• guarantee to o,T«r ¡it m*n than )iaa ever Ii nation of our atóele in ur¿\> iOV« c1" 'I* HUt>Y RE- Bpecial benefit id les* limn •M 8 IlO apt \s, HOIHIKIN, ILK Ji V Á V h A w, A♦; riv, TK*A* IH m- ÜOt!Mi#V Ifl I I' ¿k. lÚ'lUttf, iTT o n N E V N A T KC, ; l,V. M if HWlttfN, MttAfpAMU'fc «* t .-••V, TV,Ja **VÍLL nUmid to H l...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
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