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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 13 February 1861

CORN", FLOUH. PROVISIONS ] THEIZBN & OTNLOP, AN GROCKltlEá. 1 u mrnm ÍHING, CHEAP ! £ r . 4 L S B U R Y ! . ;-fi. * \- -fei Offers for sale Fretó Buck* heat, hi bo xes 1 ■ f ! ' i 1 ' bags, or barrel#: 1 " « H.S0, Cranberries, ■ I ' : ; 'J'.'' í-i'M i ' ■ 1 J 1 ' I Eaisia* and Cirr&uít Citron aoi Spices, Astorted Pie i i « l\-e*erved " M zed Pickles ana Ghr¿k>4s, | t i ! Brandies, Wines a id I^uers, , O'.J Bourbot Whisky, Main Plaza, WHOLESALE GRÜCEÉS and dealers in Ciioica Wines, Liqn^re, C ! ^ ■ /''! : Cigarts^jni T"ba^po I ZS3T Goods at L<-ic;s! Mirkei Pric . \ ■ «TAY THKIZBN, I S AN A N : -NTO • JOtl-K n*NI.Ot\ S Vtl I :niNo, CLOTHl^ CL0THIN FURNIfJCRE AND CARR1AG jZ THESES' & l'El'TZ, iUIN rt A2A, I I Wvles&U and Jxd^U I e- iri m Hardware, C iitici J, uv vit'ii VS ü*fí, I Pike s Magnolia ¿o £i cedent Molasses, Uackerei Ñus. 1 a: i 2, VVestera &r¡ . Country Chee«¡e.and ikiüer On- ions, Potatoes and Red Beets, Lemoiií, Candil . Buiaud Soap. Lard, Ribe, C...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Alamo Express
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 15 February 1861

VOL 1. CITY OF SAN| ANTONIO, FBfl>A¥, FEBRUAUf 15,1861. NO, G. ; The Alamo Express XHFKl Y A XI) Tlil WEEKLY. in* Vtiktr i? published Itrery Smtur- Spanish, ite.t eleccted in the «hottest ¿ijr evening. p.,r Thi W*f:klt ispnMlshcdeVtry Mon- 4;|v. Wednesday and Friday. Office opposite the Post Office. ;• P. MtHTOMl. t. if. iACCrS, JR. .1EWCOMB JklBACCUS, Proprietor énd Publisher . -t TKRMS or Wee*lt : 5IS"I F COPY per anHuvi - - $3 00 fo CLUBS:—Five sent to on* CL CBS : — Five address T'"P to one address TKI WEEKLY: ... v% VV|AÍV<A SING l E ( OP Y, f*r annum • 41 '* >jc motltfit " '! th ret months ' per icerk 12 eo 20 00 $* 00 4 j)0 2 00 20 k. RATES OF ADVERTISING: fnt $, i.ti-f - k'ff tnirr-tvn - - $1 co •' .* : r tvrrry *uhttqu«nt \n- tertion - JO «' '* jr month* ... - 7 00 " cne ijtnr - - - - - 10 00 A ! : eral dt.- • unt will bo mad* from the I .\r rat- f r advertis^a&nta of more tar. ore square. A *oi¿ar« is twelve line* pr less. •> Advertisement* inserted m Spa *...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 15 February 1861

1 j \i ÍV -i m I' ft f : 1 II! ■Ill) II ** «ShM"1 j . Hi The Alamo Express J. 1*. \EWCOMB, Editor MIDA ¥, FEBRUARY, ISth. 18C1. * "~r — *~l" ■ -if. j. THCHTOHTS Y OK FREE-MEN: We hare vaunted curse!ve to the world at ft uatiou bo n oí freedom, an# haye poiuted to M«r vtOQ*iroi^f pJpogreai i |n every a t, wnich tend? to elevate ai|d ! rosper a people, as the gtoribu fftsult ♦ f our experiment of government^ tba t ry het*er « reaouudiog with our boast tul ^xultAtiau*. Hut now, we are ashed, nay, we are ^.♦muKiu ied, tot ouly to deny our nation, but to betray it into the hands of it ene- mies. We baive been sheltered beneath it brooding wing, ami because its fáee is f r a lime averted tuna our needs. We arn bidden to stau the beart ^bose life blood we share. Can it be that the Union wh;ch Wat a few day. ago, our gloiy, hat now bet* CSt cur shame; or do its enemies stand b ;JD ui with stjch menaces that they'bave tRade cowards oí us all—and we hang our heads iVoa fear, and our bands are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 15 February 1861

V li f \ SMÉS as fjr our Tri-weekly will be clteulated n tbe niy *ad the Weekly in the country, flwse" who wiehl tjheir advertisement in «rtetl in.theWeekiy will to inform lit Our Weekly .{though ¡small in ti*e will coatai n as'mucb if not more reeding mik- than any£psper.in*,thej city. OT [Persons wanting the Triweekly w.ilplease band in their i*met aa toon at possible. [ advertiesm^xt. 3 Hoiking at Cost.—Mr. C J. Cook will *frp ppt'a ki« itock of clothing but two nfH'ki longer—persons wishing clothing %< a i atgain, will do well tjo cull immedi- ately. Potice Report.—Tlie following cases came before the Mayor du- ring tbe week : Fqi: breach of peace three, drunk and disorderly 6, discharging fire-arms 2, keep- ;• r dancing house 1 It is quite instructive to witness the dispen- sation of justice—so much decis- ion. promptness, and judgment. This merming there was quite a jail delivery. The Mayor pro- pnnded the question to them sep- s.ately, that if he let tihemgo how L-ng. befo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 15 February 1861

1 : ' " i «.*- ¡,® •gmess Slfe CORN, FLOOR, PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES. jr. r. alsb vr r OflknfcrnltFreth Buckwheat, to b«i 0 "i j I lags, or barróla; CruWm Bslsias and Current • . j J Citron and Spice*. Assorted Fie Fruits. :, r M Preferred * ■ ■ ■ i r ■ ■ Mixed Pickles aud Gherkins, I Brandes. Wifcea and Liquen, i 'I Olti Bourbon Wlidf, I ■■ ■ Piks's MagcoHa d# TOEIZEN & DUNLOP, . ) ' ■ >!' ' '' •- ' : ; Main Plaza, 1 WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS W Choice Wines, Liquor , Cigar*" tai ; • : j; Í J- f Tobantes * <f .Islíuf illa rítí JPriti KS\ | - -i * THEISEN" & DECTZ, MAIM PLAlA, WhclettAr s*«¿ Rtíaü Dialers re G, CHEAP! crrnr thetien jor.v prs'lor Sam A ntonío 1-tf I CLOU CLOTHING, 6lotoin*g k ■ ! * CLOTOINÓ, CLOTIIING, / Excellent Molasses, j Hard Wirt, . T j j Mackers' Nos- 1 «id 2, WM'^ra aaij Country Cheeie and Butter, O - ^ ocden W ais, tons, Potatoes and Rod Beets* Lemons, Candles. Billas' Soap, Lard. Bib#/ Co^ n j Lt&iher*** Finding?, E^ft^ tad;Twine, Windo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 18 February 1861

VOL 1. U.— L. cm OF SAN ANTONIO, MONDAY, FEBRUARf 19,1861. NO. 7. The ! Alamo Express j FEEKL TAND TR1- WEEKLY, Tie W K*i.r is published every Safari bV evening. Taa£ai-Wscut is pubiuhedavery Mem* crjr, Wednesday and .Friday éSce opposite the, Post Officoj s, t. **wc *9. i 1.1. aACCCS, JEi JTEWCOSB * BACCUS, M*d JftséfidUr* $ J X TO IK R M S of W txur ? t LK COPY per an-iKfn * - - $5 03 CI VbS *—Fir« sent to one f address - - - - , 1? ©0. Tec to one luid res 20 00: TRLWEEKLTj ^ ' *8 00 4 06 j 2 00 j MIS CLE i OP Yt ptr ostium - " '* f> mviuk* " <¡ th r t nq4 fA* - *' per te*ek I P. L. BUQTTOR, NOT Ah Y PUBLIC, Conveyaieer and | agent for the Sal# and Purcha k of rral Estate —Tranteription and translation of | Spanish, «te., executed in the shortest order. Ju*riee of the Peace. Office, No. 1, Nevadrru pudding*. feb4-3m C. E JEFFERSON, Notary Fnbtte and General Agent, will promptly attend to all business entras ted 1© htm. Deeds end other instruments ofj Writing drawn up with ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 18 February 1861

í i i MB, Editor «Ti _ ala «rcosaion raer nati by| to* fthe fctbsjf ltd reaum I before íanaoxatioii other hot-headed XOSDA1, FEBHt ARY, l-tk. 16S1 as. WHY WE AKEF02t;:SlQ& We care little for the judgment of men j who hi blind pa**u>u or with tse cool pur- p'«e of th¿ demagog charge abolitionism «•r black republicanism upon a man or set of men or party, because of hi* or tbfir cevotkn to the Union. Such men thrów reproach and iniult upen the opinions and memory of Washing ton. Clay and the best o^n of the past and the present, besides branding whole states of true Southern men and slaveholders with ua*o«udne*«. The majority of the people in Maryland. Tirj ioia. Tennessee, Kentucky. Missouri and Arkamas hare declared for the4!uion, and our poeiticn along with all other Un- ion men i?, co-operation with these states j We are for rnion because th£ border j Slave Stains a,re. and we believe it is ua j Teiian-like to desert them. We are for i Union because v«e believe the safety of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 18 February 1861

itm+m ,rnmm circulated in fte country, vertiseroent io j sT Oaf Tri in the city tod the Tb*se who with —... mi, jti,..,,! j «ertcd in thefVfeUl will so inf*no I i falc i%r Weekly though email Hi elie' will ,-<>ut.v a as much if not atore reading mat- ter than aay paper in the ci^. nr Perecra wanting the Tri-Weekly W.i 1 pie ase land in tht ir i ame*así-aeon a* possible. ÁÍ SAD WY TO SAN ANTONIO, evacuation of THE MJ. -8 TROOPS, FEELING OF THE PEOPLE Tljo reality of all the sham, and^ incipient tragedy of Saturday did not develop itself until the evacuation of the U. S, Troops, which took place about 4 o'clock P. M. A large conciou^se of citizens had collected to ¡bid tiie troops v [ ADVKBTirMfEST 1 Cliáv at Cm.—ul C. J. Cook «ill j bye and When the two rom- fceep ♦ pfa Lis stock of dothing Vat two j paniee under the command of Maj. «reeks logger—persons wishing eltbirc a; a bargain, will do well U# call immedi- ately. - Ar >LO<iYAlthough a r.ewapepeí la compered a lumina...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 18 February 1861

I COKN, FLOUR. PROVISIONS | THEISZEN & DÜNLOP, AND GROCERIES. Main Plaia, SUNG, CHEAP> Jf. F A ZSBVRT ' \ • - j :. . • 1 ' •tfsrs for tale Fresh Buck wheat, ia bei ■ '' - 'I' 1 i or barrels: • *aaberriea, !; r \ r Baisiss and Cart eat . If r CttTASd Spice . Asserted Pie Fruita, ! WHOLESALE GROCERS AN& DEALERS Ut Choice Wines, A Liquors,^ Cigars'and % Tobaooo. Gocd$ at Leu est Market Prut ** Preserved ** Mixed Pickle ci Gberklnt, Brandies, Wine aud Liquor , Old Boor boa Whisky! Pike's Magnolia do ! * I f Excellent Molasses, V\ > Mi " J í Mask «reí No . I a&d 2, \Y estera sal ^ Country Ckeese and Butter, On- ions, Potatoes aiid Bod f- j i Be*; Lemon , Cndlet^Bultud Soap, L r4, Ribe, Co •e. Dr.ed Apples, Mexican and New Or eans Corn, Sugar (brown and Lovering's j •rushed), Extra Suferüiie and U&braaded rioir- CHEAP FOE CASH. jan. 25-tf WOMAKS BEST FRIENDT French's conical WASHING MACHINE* WARRANTED to give satisfaction. For sale by TEEISEX dc DECTH, fablt-f Agent ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 20 February 1861

war*or >jj_. .. . umirsrt VOL 1. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, WEDNESDAY. PEBRUAItf 20, 1861. NO, 8. The Alamo Mpress WE EKE V AND1 TR1- WEEKLY, P. h: BUQrOR, nof af Y PUBLIC. (>n?eyarc >r m ; agent forthe 1 Sal* and Purcha* of r; al ) ; Esb te—Transcription find tray latl««n <>f ::i'ais v. ¡-uictt is published cfcrj Samr- spanish, :e*?c «*x ecu fed in the sh*a'.te*i order Justice of tha Peace. Offee, N<>„ I; Navarro Building*. íebí 15 ru day t ( j Thh Trí wítki y i*: i.V.ushc'levery mon- c,iy, Wf Jno.- iiVy ai.«i Friday* i ¡'.¡re opposite Un' Post Oftite. j. Y. >KWT<t 8. J- ü. RA/cccs, gm. c xfwícmib a baccus, Projirietora am! pHhh'*fiérk¿ 'y ^ 1 4 " v> ^ lki'r ' t„ . 0. «CHIíEICHBR ¡L¡ f ('}') p*\t aimnm Ot i t¿¿ Five scot to «me _ | f SCHLEICHER & Ái\ A% addre-HS vv nttén f r th« Ai*mo Eirre*-. j t0 draif the men off and prepare Rccollcitioni and Reminiscenct^ jfo-a retjreat. When the aid ad- OF I varead t > their lin'iH, the sraoke TEX A# I\ *\j i hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 20 February 1861

~rr lí Tim A limn l?,YttrAC<3 ' ^«ntenauciDg whatever may 111© AlalllO UlXUICSS- i rujrgest ev*n e suspicion that it can, in -■ -,r n_r_J_-_._L ;••.!,-j- l' .-.-.j. . . • any event, be abandoned; and iodígimütljy J. P. ÜEWC03IB, Editor WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY,20, 1861 -x :r a, ,á-1 :jfr—^rT,T3s THE UNION IS WORTH PRESERVING- Washington's Farewell \ Address. To-day we publish an extract from the Farewell address oí Washington to his countrymen. Although delivered 65 years ago was intended for the very crisis now upon us. Every word is ap- plicable; every sentiment should go home to the heart and under- standing of every American citi- zen. Let us throw aside all party feelings, sink all sectional ani- mosities and fall back upon tbe advice of "tho father of his country." The safety of our country de- pends upon a return to the dis* interested compromising patriot- ism which framéd our government. Let no man hesitate to follow tbe advice of Washington: In looking forward to the moment ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 20 February 1861

Local lo R, Ruííj . jr. Oweu Clarke, Gebrge En- ¡ PROCLAMATION B ] defty, C. V. Emerson, B. Fe'der, Geo. | NQR OF THE STA - j Horner, Julius Hafuer, 0. Kaller, Alfred1 Wíuerea-s, by I-^p Our T'ri-werklyf ijp be circulated j & ;ght. A. J£eonighiem, John Lyuch, | Legislature oí the n the«' it? and the Weektyin the country. • Jalaps K. ¿tynmon1 George Menger. Jas. ¡ These who wish fhgir advertisement in ¡ Moran, O * rted ta the Weei\f will so infirm us DennisFC: GOVEK ÍEXAS i vr * k w « „ ! nance dissolving ^Menger, John MutonneH, | vvith ihe Feiien ig/norace C. Newman, T. ■ ted to the pí acta of the ¡e of Texas, hereto laptM.1 that an Ordi connect ion of TtlMV nion, «bail he subupr Texas, tur their rati- Supplementary to Act, to protidt nance of Hecess. m a i juj >■ « MB* disapproval of «aid ordi- nance by the use 4 f such terms as may be presented by said Convention. this act take effect and be in force from i.nd after it passage. Passed February 7th, 1861. Person* wanting -th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 20 February 1861

tev Hp.| Ih. If 3 i ^ i J*** . - T1IEISZKN & DUN-LOP I , I. . ' 1: MAIN* PLAZ^-- ' n .'s CORN, Kl&VR, PROVISIONS; 4 #C OCF.RIES. - WnOLE^ALE GROCERS £ p A L S B V R Y aSO DFALTES IJf Chcicla Wu. es, Liqpora, Cigars and Tobáceo. SIIÍNG, fg£rGcc:'s ci Lcteat Marte Pnce r,rcif.v THEiiFN, 1_ Fan A momo JOHN T-rNLOf. Í 1-ti THE USEN & DEUTZ, VÍAIS FLA2 i, ]V'*¿6fa¿< ¿if;J, Zíf/u'i J__>* Huid ware, Offer for sal1 Fre h Buckwheat,in feox< bigs, or barrea : ALSO, Cranberries, Raisins anil Currants, pice®. CLQTlllNGf, CLOTHING. | V ar-.ee ! -; i I at of i Rosew Ml of the building legating on the Lid ¡.read I i )nh i I Rope aiid Twine, Window Glass, Citrand £ Assorted Pie Fruits, Preserved " Mixed Pickles ami Gheikins, Bj randies, Wines aiiu Lu¡ut. a, Old Bourbon Whisky, Pike's Magnolia do í 1 . ' :■ Excellent Molasses, -■ r': ! 1 Cut-cry, Mackerel Nos! 1 and 2, Western an \\ oodea W üie, 1 Couutrv Cheese and Baiter, On- ) ' : | . > ' | ; I I i * _ • : , { j... luus. P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 23 February 1861

VOL 1. Satur- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, " ékr^rééin^'!"*- Tu e T&i - W rwtjur fsrubti day, Wf<i«#gdajr * 4 FrLUy Office ectosite the Post y Mon- Office. r. JjgWCuM*. I j* i. S. BACC8 , JR. JfEWCOHB 4k ^CCVS, Prt-priekfa á l Pu TEP-MS or wStS,: \ tr.VGLF COPY prra*n««i - - |3 00 TO 11 CUS : r l ive <rut to «M a I ire?s - - - 12 60 Ttn to op c address . 20 00 TRI-W] MINOLE COPY, yrr^annum • - fS 00 44 — !*•■ ¡ d/jBomJt -▼ - , 4 60 *i thft'fptoHihs -> - J (K> *? u jjQg ir-tk ■ - *• * 4,20 RATi:< OK 4$rERTl¿IXa : \ #■*« Sqs<i re f>>r one inmrtion • - •1 00 •' *• fur ev< f%tf «ubltqutni in. X I ■■■■I So tij- m j 00 0t:e y<Vr ' % | . *. 10 00 A lüborall diícoult wílt be made fr>;ni tht so.-<? rati*, fur idverti&ementa t>i ¿lore i; than one fquare. A^juaije i> twelve lines cir Ic??. Advvr{ipespept%inserid in Spanish, Ger- acan and ireiicn^ * . * j' • , v J; JO a AXD'VOOK PRINTING W . !-• • jlriniip on reasonable iernu an«§ iii lie v<-$t >r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 23 February 1861

- ..f V . "L., ' Uf The Alamo Exp J. F. SET/t© 8 J ¿ i THE r >:. ?i f.eivdly ob id* of the 1>\ FF.DRV,lHi r.N'IOV IS WORTH PRESERVING- m o tibe pef^? to estaolts nmenti, presumieses the duty evety Individual tó abéf'tte est&fc Cetera meet. Al' ihfi éxccuik law, site combinations ail|4a98 v>néf&fr\&ttjíet ptttipble p r. , the real denj^ttyfireet, Control ! act, . r awe the regular qelUMjjj j aislen of the efmHtkílll#|i(íkhont I destructive fc> thia^ndáagntal principle, ; and of tendency ciiáe of political power. aland distributing it into | . .-•=, - "ti- w .?■- it shvfgUns J-are irtH i Ana, Wis I ill í; i ' v. go liQítH; 11> tin \' every . sentiment sí;ou;«; |-rnt&r-r than the oigan hi consistent fcnd " heart aid uaaer-! l-l«w. by ««Mmni •:y -hhencau «w- . aiw abide alkf'üanv ! st'inuin-" u! ev v.' -i L«ivt us i i f n C15 <1 íi^S, BMik ! r¡ii HÍties aiul f:¡ s i vice i-f 4,th V JU.:Í i y ." T; e safety í í t ur •príjvH upen u return to the din^ rest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 23 February 1861

ader the United stales and same is tary sr. r vice exclusive jur it states within Hi Territories wfieiNtJ_ established or recognised ; nor the power to pfdttbit the removal or transportation of /persons held to labor or ¡iif^TOWrjr service íd any state ir Territory thciieol in which it í* esUÉltshed or recog- utxed ; nor to author izo. specific- lax or any higher rate of jtaxe 01 persona ífouod fcó labor than on land, ia proportion to value ; nor to nathorte^ any of tjw African race, or their descendants, to be- 1 me cilrseus or eprcisl&lhe right t f suffrage in the choice of Federal < fíl íers. . f. | •• Art t That hereafter tlie ¿üuragraph of t? fourth article of the constitution j'.-t be construed to prete *^ito| of tin- iSfatC} . by appropriate legislatidvjpd through tbe aeti< n otj their jfuficiatltod it;in}* i:rí&iofficer*. fro in enforcing tfielie- jir.- *y f t>;¡; iív«'ií frtjm labor Irons arfy , ih-'r state or Territory of the Lnited States í< rh\ ereoá ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 23 February 1861

1'"; K# It* if: if b R| I THEIBZEN & DÜNLOP, Mári Plaza, i í : 7 Á ' . WHOLESALE GROCERS jlnd dealvm in Choice Wines, Liquors, , Cigars and . I r ' Tobac<k>. Gccds at Lnucsi Market Prite. firSTAT john pu tueizek, j ;nlop. ) Six A xtónió I tf THEISEN & DEUTZ, / ' J- i : líalíf plaza, Retad Dioiert t* Hardware, Cutiery, Wooden Ware Leathsrsnd Finding*, Rope andJTwine, 'Window Glass, Oils and Paints, Agricultural Implements, &c. &c. COLT'S . a _ JG PISTOLS BualMMfei, Hutford. Cmm Sou T II. D. N orton ¿¿ Bbo Depot established in San Antonio PISTOLS, RIFLES, CARBINES AND SHOT-GUNS! mm MOLTING Having been appointed SOLE AGENT by Col Sam Colt ,for the sale of his celebrated Anns, we are prepared to fill all orders sent to u*. Termi, cash. in all cale#. H. D. NORTON A BRO. * San Antonio Feb. 1, lc£0. - ¡ READ!1 READ ! KOW i the time to adorn your beauti ful residence with " fruit trees axd shrubbery. Mr. A. MAKESCHAL, on tbe Alarao Plaza, offers for «le the following i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 25 February 1861

' VOL. i. cm OF SAN ANTONIO NO. tt. Thii Alamo Express WEEXl r A NptRl-WEEKLY. The Wekki t la published every Satur- day evening. * T'rie tri-Wlcrxt-v Is fcublishsd every Mun- 4a v, VTednesdsv and Office opposite P. L. BÜQUOIÉ* NOTARY PUBLIC, C<mveyn fer and «gent for thS &al* and Purchase of reál Fstute —Transcription and translation o't Spanish, etc., executed in the shot order Justice of the Peace. Office^ No. 1,' Navarro Building*. feh4 3 m ,U. ^I^FEBSON, *ale of City property Land the location of land j. in kbwcohb. J. . 1acccs, it. 5UWCOMB A BACCUS, Proprietor and Publisher*. TERMS or WtrcLT ; X1SGLF. ropy ptr annum - - $3 W q. SCHLEICHER t'U CLUBS: — Fire ««tit to one ' address - ¡ - - 12 00 Teu to on? address 2á) ÜÜ TRMJJEEKLY : USOLE COP Yr per um**m - •4 ¡x month " three months - - " *' per UMt k RATKS OF ADVERTISING: #tr Sou a e for one in «rti<tn - $1 00 4i *' for eve rey *ub*equent tn- tertiom - • I - - 30 •' " • ix month* - - ? t>0 " '• o?<« yenr ----- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 25 February 1861

NEWS FB * XKWCOMB. Editor MOXDA V. t'EBlWA KY, 25, 1861. -X- t'fe' ^ -- ^ i ELECTION IN SAN AXTÜMO The eWction passed off in our city quiíít- j THE COAST, items Jtbe past week has ik. Alarga number of lie in, tfringing ^cotton and _ ^jreadjNi doing a nourishing busin -large qui otitic oilumber and merchant- o tléze are sent up on every train. The} f i*0 RONGJ ADm State $s, we fear. met' ; source Of trouble, whether üníofc. Although she has of the Southern Con n a few days, her |&;''u«<I&e! language Ratios in Atoeneelo the Frovi- overninent'IfelVi tneaa the tollo w- al*o bring down large lota of cotton, hidesli * # protest trouithe {^ftfieston 'Mercury * f I against the provínoos WHO and dealers in . T;„. - f / Pawn Mtid Ci CFreéei lerk'a office 3133 ' ('Wit «■a**- Ac.. dcc. ly má orderly, and rrmwd in fivor of Viveral V€ sgeis have arrived from New I relative to the rai«*i l'uo.n ao4 i4ag«iast secession", in spite < i York and other places, w ith merchandise «lave trad...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Alamo Express
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Alamo Express — 25 February 1861

loca! I f O-jr Tr[-w*~lff willW4rcu ■ n ctiv and the Weekly in fee«*>un " . ' L 1 . *. _i J •<. . ftLmüL. fiDJVfPIP RETURNS! TiíREB *e&E£k$ FOR AÚSTfS, SOÜHD ROCK. FREDRlCKSBVRt, «RpERXE ASO C ASTROntLE. -> [Official.] i Bexar County. 5i*i Preéioct No. 1. Ée j Thrjek cheeks for R( Round Rock, Williai Union •: Disunion Co. went f'Sbos«* wt?Á* títor láV^flftíOfui «rrn-H ir. the Weekjjr Wi|I so iufma íOttf Weekly thoiígli small in «te will ccotai d is Uiiit h if nei|B®re reading «uat- j ur than afir paper in fee city. ' r nr 8*>e advertisement of "P. J. Ed- Against secession ,#j- wardaf I - i' ; For . 44 ^OTlf¿twsüB9é.jSfcKS. Precinct No. 2> All «ubícrikíii '• Triweekly will Against secession i L v.f collected weekly unless otherwise ; For " ardered- j Precinct No. #. -*— - - -«v. j I ., It the Secessionist* < Against secession -I 216 330 " 5l "• carried tb# «¿lay, shall we the op- pr 'isstd miaoriSy submit ? 1*&e teue South- tra docirine,n©w.e-days is to reti...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Alamo Express
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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