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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 28 July 1852

id i VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. Titles JndisputaWe. TBE folloioing Lands being: some of the most eligible loca- tions in the Stale have been placed in my hands for sale; titles indisputable.' L De CORDOVA .r! .-; Houston and Austin. .:- . AUSTIN COUNTY. 1107 acres headriht of Joseph Baker situated 4 miles cast of the Brazos' river on thelicad 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. Magce's headright about one mile west of the Brazos river and about 5 miles above San Felipe. 354 acres part of P. Magee's headright in the forks of Mill creek and the Brazos river about one mile above their junction. COMAL COUNTY. 320 acres granted to Chailes A. Lawrence on the north bank of th Guadalupe river about S miles above New Braunfels. jTaply 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. (51 on the waters of Re- becca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 4 August 1852

THE SOUTH-WESTERN III CM. f ERMS $3 in Advance.) & Democratic Newspaper EJeuotca to QVgricnlturc jcujs Politics nub Sevan interests. ($4 at the end of the Year. VOL. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 4 1852. NO. 4 TUB filtEAT KEM'UCKV RC31BDV. DR. JOHN BULL'S SARSAPARILLA ! ! Will Wonders never Cease? IF the following cure performed alone by the use of BULL'S SAIISAPAKILLA arc not wonder thtn ne acknowledge that we do not know the meaning of the word. Read and be convinced that fects arc stranger than fiction: Ltsi P. 0 rultonCo.. Ky. Oct. 1 1851. Dr: John Bull : Dear Sir The two dozen cf your Sarsa parilla ordered in September fame to hand and in ac knowledging the receipt of the Fame. I feci I would bo doing you Injustice to withhold the following among the many of the instances that haTe come under my observa- tion during the last two years of the great curative prop crtles of your Sarsaparilla : Mrs. Jeannettc Martin a highly rcfpcctablo lady rf my neighborhood aged...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 4 August 1852

m- & il li counties with peihaps. the exception of those comities living east of the Colorado. The road would likewise take the en- tire trade and travel of Hrtys. Caldwell Correal. Guadalupe Gonzales and DeWitt counties as also the trade and travel piPihqse counties or sections of country to which San Anto- uio is a comrrimi centre. In other words it would take the trade and travel of the Color do valley from Columbus to Baalrop all' the intermediate country to the Guadalupe the Affhole of the trade and travel of the Guadalupe valley the trade .ot the country from th.it river to the San Antonio river inclusive as well as the trade and travel passing through this Sityalbr the upper counties of Medina and Gillespie and the trade and Havel to El Paso. Chihuahua eta. ' Were Port LaVaca or Powderhorn selected as the termi- nus the point or points west of the terminus would on thi- line lie on a suitable routeto which the ro;id might be ex- tended should circumstances require such ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 4 August 1852

M f i K Ums bj tfc a$t ill ail. a. . $ WHO ARE THE BOLTERS ? The Evening Post gives the following asa list of "Members of the House of Representatives heretofore whigs who will not support Scott" and adds "the list will probably be largely increased:" James Abercrombie of Alabama -' Charles Allen of Massachusetts j Edward C. Cabell of Florida Lewis D. Campbell of Ohio Charles J. .Faulkner of Virginia Meredith JP. Gentry of Tennessee 4 Joshua R. Giddings of Ohio John W. Howe of Pennsvlvania M . ' William F. Hunter of Ohio "J . Horace Maun of Massachusetts Alexander H. Stephens of Georgia c Robert Toombs of Georgia Amos Tuck of .New Hampshire Alexander White ot Alabama. .Rather a formidable list ceartainly. rp The startling intelligence reached San Diego on the 10th ult. of the murder on the Deseret of Colonel Craig third infantry and Sergeant Bales first artillery by two deserters from Major Hicntzclman's command at Camp Yuma. They were arrested. The circumstances of his death illust...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 4 August 1852

VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. Titles Indisputable. THE following1 Lands being some of the most eligible loca- tions in the State have been placed in my hands for sale; titles indisputable. J. Pe CORDOVA Houston and Austin. AUSTIN COUNTY. 1107 acres headright of Joseph Baker situated 4 miles east of the Brazos liver on thelicad waters of Fish Pond Creek about 21 miles tbove'San Felipe. To save trouble the price is two dollars per acre. 177vcres part of P. Magee'a headright about one mile west of the Brazos river and about 5 miles above San Felipe. JJ54 acres part of P. Magee'a headright in the fork3 of Mill creek ;ad the Brazos river about one mile above their junction. COMAL COUNTY. 320 acres granted to Charles A. Lawrence on the north bank of th Guadalupe river about 8 miles above New Braunfels. Taply W. Bennett 320 acres survey no. 7 Guadalupe river 28 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 t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 11 August 1852

IF HI! IIP fl ft fil l IP ill! lMf ap gp ifs iny a iih fp a 0 fil -SOUTH-WESTERN I1IRS i..--- .i 11 . ..... . . ' ... -... .. L -.- - I j Ul 1. TERMS $3 in Advance.) SI Democratic ciuspaucr--i3ciJ0tcu to Agriculture News politics nub Qicxan ifntcrests. ($4 at the end of the Year. VOL. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11 1852. NO. CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. I. A. PASCHAL San Antonio ' I I. A. & Geo. W. PASCHAL 5 GEO. W. PASCHAL Austin. Attorney s-at-Law. GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter icside permanently at Aus- tin. Their busiucss at Galveston will also receive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. Office in Austin at the Old State Department April 15 1S52. no 44 D. D. A1TC11ESOX. WM. ALEXANDER. AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law aug20 Galveston Texas. ill. J. M. L1TTEN. (late of the firm of Baker & Litten) has removed his Office to the upper stoiy of the corner building on Congress Ave nue opposite the Orlears House and respectfully ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 11 August 1852

H 'ers of Bill Seward ? Will you take tht maa f Lloyd Garri- soa even and Fred Douglas the nigger ? Do yon. want to vote for Seward personated by thii six feet two inches Gen- eral? If you do take him; but remember gentlemen of the South every vote cast south of Mason and Dixon's line lor Ceaeral Scott is a vote against the Constituiion against the Jnion in favor of Se.vard in favor of Greeley in favor of the men who have kept the torch burning to fire your homes with. If you think not try the experiment. We are safe enough here. We have no particular apprehensions when we go to sleep. The firemen will put out the conflra- tion. The ghost of the negro does not haunt our pillows. THE SOUTH WESTERN IMERICiiV. F. DE CORDOVA. EDITOR. CITY OF AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11 1852. For President GENERAL FRANKLIN PIERCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. For Vice President WILLIAM R. KING OF ALABAMA. ' LEMUEL D. EVANS. GEO. W.SMYTH Presidential Electort. District Electors. GUY M. BRYAN. R.S. NEIGHBORS V. B.iPAL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 11 August 1852

b L EUROPEAN ITEMS. A letter from Bremen mentions that two young ladtes.Mes- demiselles Meyer and Winderman have been arrested for po- litical writing. The Spanish government within a period of two months has authorized upwards of two hundred converts to receive novitiates the total number of nuns to be 6518. The Irish subscription towards a monument to Moore amounts to only 101)0 as yet; and in England it is less. Two railroads are proposed in Portugal one 350 miles long to cost 22.000000; and the other 165 miles long esti- mated to cost $7500000 The Prussian government is devising measures fo diminish the amount of foreign paper money which is finding its way into the commerce of the country. Mutters of finance and commerce seem at present to engage the entire attention of Prussia. Symptoms of civil war are apparent in Switzerland in the. Cantons of Berne Vaud and Freiburg. There is no farther news either from India or the Cape of Good Hope. The English Queen has issued a proclama...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 11 August 1852

VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE-!'- t'L'I' Titles Indisputable. -'-T-HE folloioing Lands being- some of the most eligible loca- tions in the. Slate have been placed in my hands for sale; titles indisputable.' ' . J. De CORDOVA Houston and Austin. .j' '- " AUSTIN COUNTY. -iS'fl07 acres lieadright of Joseph Baker situated 4 miles cast of the fBrazos river on thelicad waters of Fish Pond Creek about 21 mjles 'above San Felipe. To save "trouble the price is two dollars per acre. ' 177 ac'res part of V. Magec's lieadright about one mile west of the Brazos river' and about 5 miles above "San Felipe. " 354 acres part of P. JUagcc's lieadright iu the foiks of Mill creel: ;and the Brazos river about one mile above their junction. . . COMAL COUNTY. . 320 acres granted to Chailes A. Lawrence on the north bank of th 'Guadalupe river about S miles above New Braunfels. Taply W. Bennett 320 acrrs survey no. 7 Guadalupe river 28 'miles north-west of the city of New Braunfels. 160 acres Taply W. Be"nnett su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 18 August 1852

Tl t ft IItU r-lftl ECTE BUI B 5k- TERDIS-$3 in Advance.) 51 EJcmocrntic Newspaper Dcoolrb lo Clgriciiltnrc News "Joljiks iib"1Sc.xan3ntcresl5. ($4 at the end gS-tho Ysar. YOL. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY AUGUST IS L32 -K" CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICA I ES GEO. "IV. PASCHAL t ft 13 cniT 1 r 1 xraiiAij. f . - tt n rrT ft T San Antonio i'-"tu "-riooUA1J Austin. ' niiorneys-ai-L.aw. GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter leside permanently at Aus- tin. Their business at Galveston will also receive the personal at- tention of one of the firm. Office in Austin at the Old State Department April 15 1S52. no 44 D. D. AITCHES0.W WM. ALEXANMER. AITCHESON & ALEXANDER At to megs and Counsellors at La w oug20 Galveston. Texas. DR. J. M. L1TTEN. (late of the firm of Baker & Litten) has removed his OIKce to the upper story of the corner 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: Med...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 18 August 1852

. & w& around llie heads of thes.; .str.-ams for they almost interlock one another they mossed that fertile portion of the country watered by the Palo Pinto "and proceeded up tiie Clear fork f the Brazos ncnily to its held thus penetiating a distance of cut three hundred miles above the settlements enduring privations that our heaits would sicken to record until they were fo:ed by famine and MiU'cring:; to :e:urn home. As even .tme had tailed them and so as to iffoid all parties a enanai for suhsis ence. the company divided into several s.qU'ids-eaeh determinel to make their way tohc. settlements the. bjfat way they could. The parties as they returned home met several baifQs" of lndi-.ui-. wilh whom they had scveial sdcirmishe- but with uniform sui-eess. The majority of these squads struck across the courrry to the hc.idyoL Pecan bayou a branch of the'oiora lo. an.i having followed that stream down the majority of them reached their homes in safely but a small number who tes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 18 August 1852

? J li L Sax t&c Souti)tctcvix amcrfr.ni. THE 0AMP1IGN SW FROM TEXAS. BY YOUNG AMERICA. . . . Air." Carry me back." &c. Display! display! ' ' With loud hurra. Our flag for victory famed The volunteer Of bright career - k .'?. Our champion is proclaim'd. . h:X '' We once before In forty-four 4 Did' "Polk" the whigs right smart .'" In fifty-two. ' - We'll better do. We'll "Pierce" them to the heart! Chorus Democrats all Both great and small. In city and town assemble. And shoutand sing. ? . For Pierce and King And make the 'fogiesitremb!e.:; When shout of war Was heard afar. On plains of Mexico The gallant Pierce -J Both brave and fierce Undaunted met the foe. ..-Itl . in each naid scene - j. v Where he has been He rendered glorious aid And victory crowivd On ever- ground ""i The arms of his Brigade ! Chorus Democrats all. Both great and small "l ' In city and town assemble And snout and sing For Pierce and King And mike the "fogies tremble." The whigs sustain Old ' Lundy's La...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 18 August 1852

i b. VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. Titles Indisputable. THE following Lands being- some of the most eligible loca- tions in the Slate have been placed in my hands- for sale; titles indisputable. J. Be COED OVA Houston and Austin. AUSTIN COUNTY. 1107 acres headlight 'of Joseph Baker situated 4 iniles oast of the 13razc3 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 headlight about one mile west of the Brazos liver aud about 5 mile? above .San Felipe. 155-1 acres part of P. IMagee's headlight inthe Tories of Mill creel: and the Brazos river about one mile above their junction. - COMAL COUNTY. 320 acres granted to Chailes A. Lawrence on the north haul: of th Guadalupe river about S miles-above New Braunfels. Taply W. Bennett 320 acres survey no. 7 Guadalupe- river 28 miles north-west of the city of New Braunfels. 1 GO acres Taply Y. Bennett survey no. Gl on the waters of .Re- becc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 25 August 1852

B If f gag" tfjIITi duu i n M fSi i Ed 1 IBr-3 K 0 pi ill 1 P : TERMS $3 in Advance.) 21 Democratic Ncrosunucv-- Elcuolcb to Clgvicnltnrc Ncuis politics aviit uTcxnn ihilercsls. ($4 at the end of the Year. VOL. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25 1652. NO. 7 J3AKDS AND LOST CERTIFICATES. i7x.y6iAL i L A;& Gro;w PASChal 5 GE0- xv;-11snCHAL' San Antonio J Mtofneys-ut-Lmv. l Austin GEO. W. PASCHAIi ivill hereafter reside permanently at Jus- tin. Their business at Galveston will also receive the personal at tention of one of the firm. Office inAustin attho Old State Department April 15 1S52. n0 'M d. n. aitciiesox. wsr. Alexander. AITCHESON & ALEXANDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law ann-20 Galveston Texas. DR. J. M. LITTEN. (latcof -the firm or Baker & Litton) has removed his Office to the upper story of the corner building on Congress Ave- nue opposite the Oileais Houe and respectfully tendeis his services to the public in the various branches of his piofoSMon vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 25 August 1852

ii 4 l?r ' (.' TIIE SOUTH WESTERN AMERICAN. I. DECOIIDOVA EDITOR. CrfY OF AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25 1S32. For President GENERAL FRANKLIN PIERCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. For Vice President WILLIAM R. KING OF ALABAMA. LEMUEL D. EVANS. GEO. W. SMYTH Presidential Electors. District Electors. GUY M. BRYAN. R.S. NEIGHBORS V. B. PALMER of New York is our authorized Agent to transact business for the American in throughout the eastern cities. FOR SALE. A light wagon on springs with a top fit for traveling. Apply at this office. JUDGE WATROUS. Advices have been received here by one of the deputy marshals of the U. S. Court that the committee having in charge the impeachment of Judge Watrous will not report at the present session of Congress; but summon additional testimony to attend the next Ses- sion. The same advices add that there will be no session of the distriot court the ensuing winter. p" We learn from the Galveston Journal that Dr. W. R. Smith has been removed from the collectorship of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 25 August 1852

w rtt7 V OUR COUNTRY. In 1802 the comer stone of the present capitol at Wash- ington was laid. At that time Gen. Washington in whoso honor the new seat of government was named officiated. Forty-eigkycars afterwards namely on the 4lh day of Jufy 1851 the corner stone of an extension of the building was laid ; and the Secretary of Slate made an address in which he presented a sketch of the comparative condition of our country at the two periods. The comparison shows the rap- id strides our country is making and judging from the results Xvhich the last half century has accomplished the year 1900 will present an aggregate population manufactures and re- sources absolutely astounding. Then we had only fifteen States now we have thirfy-onc. Then our white population was three millions now it is twenty-three. Then Boston had eighteen thousand people now it has ono hundred and thirty seven thousand. Philadelphia had forty-two thousand now it has four hun- dred and nine thousand. New York ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 25 August 1852

r- w 0 '-?- si VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE. TUle3 Indisputable. THE following Lands being some of the most eligible loca- tions in the Stale have been placed in my hands for sale; titles indisputable. J. De CORDOVA ' Houston and Austin. AUSTIN COUNTY. 1107 aores headlight of Joseph Baker ntuatcd-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 headlight in the forks of Mill creel: And the Brazos river about one mile above their junction. CO.MAL COUNTY. 320 acres granted to Charles A. Lawrence on the north bank of tli Guadalupe river about S miles above New Braunfels. Taply V. Bennett 320 acres survey no. 7 Guadalupe river 2S miles north-west of the city of New Braunfels. 160 acres Taply V. Bennett survey no. 01 on the waters of Re- becca cre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 15 September 1852

faE-'SeiTl-iiSTEliiliEiICilg . i r -- .TERBlS-$3 in Advance.) 21 democratic NcraspapcrJUfootcb to Sericulture Ncms flo-litics auto (Scxtui ihucrcsts. TOL. IV OITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1852. ($4 at the end of the Year. NOl?" CARDS AND LOST CERTIFICA . J i ES. lI.AL' I I. A. & Geo W. PASCHAL I. A. PASC bin Anton GEO. W. PASCHA L Austin. ilturnevs-(it Law. G30. V PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Jlus- tbu Their buMuet-s at Galveston will alo leceive the .personal at- tention of one of the fii in. Office inAustin at the Old State Department April 15 1S52.. P"44 D D. AITCHESO.W WM. ALEXANDER AITCHESON & ALEXANDER At tar.neys and Counsellors at Law aus20 Galveston. Texas. & ill. J. M. LITTEN. has removed his Office to the upper story ot the enmnr hiulriimr on Cnnrress Avenue. opposite the Urlears House ana respectfully tenders his services to the public in the' various branches of 1-?- C -.- Tl-J-..- O J All...'.. jus proiession viz: mcaicmc oaig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 15 September 1852

;g3BS-''VgBJJfe'J g- y -4 T SflSi S . -j Hon'.fWTS! Oldham then offered tho following icsolutions which were adopted ; Resolved That it is expedient to organize a Provisional Railroad Asso- ciationVTu the county of Travis to promote the early construction of the proposed railroad from the city of Austin to the coast j and that as our friend's "in the city of Houston have already taken efficient steps towards the construction of said road beginning at said city that Travis county will do her part to consummate the same at an early day. Resolved. That the President of this meeting be authorized to appoint a suitable number of citizens of this county to compose said Association" and from iheir number they shall elect all the officers necessary for the proper and efficient organization of tne same; and they snail nave in charge the origination and forwarding all measures calculated to promote the completion of said road. In pursuance of the last resolution the President appointed Messrs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 15 September 1852

4- 0 England and the Fisheries. WiIme& Smith's Times re- ceived by the steamer Canada comments on the fishing dif- ficulty. It says : The intelligence which has recently arrived from the U. btates is of a very painful and distressing character for which we have mainly to thank our present protectionist gov- ernment. Another of Ihose annoying ruptures has occurred which has so often during the past twenty years alienated the sympathies of the people of the two countries and brought them to the verge of a hostile conflict. When the JNorth-east boundary and the Oregon questions were settled it was hoped that collisions of this kind would in future be rendered impossible but the bunglers who have now posses- sion of power in this country evidently look with jealousy at the kindly feelings which has recently sprung up between the British and the American nations. Never during the memo- ry of living man has there existed between the two countries such amicable relations as have prevai...

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