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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 19 September 1850

i " i; .4mSwZm )- J if ifU . -i .u I o-i ' A V! AA4 .- - 1 1 n-y- 11 r i' 1 1 - HIK lilft (M- IUft Hlft ilk IR: " ''"' 'Wmb Wl - lift' ' t- ' l ; '' ' .v? . - Mw lilwli KJK If ' III Jw JHL'JK Sf i-: aJ-1aJ .- - -' ry .-.y ..n j x-'--J' 'hi! V j V.y-.--0 . -- ! 's y 'VVi.j VtWW' --) 'X L $. ' Hi . j . . .V I - .LMIH.I U1lrf4 WlWyW PO tH Mil- HMH X-fc TERMS $2 IN ADVANCE OR $3 Dovoiod to Politics AgricfljUjufciM litora ture and General' Inforniatian.'w V.i iV'.m VOL. II. J" ' W'lJ JiJ l.lHlflfl A- nunUQ TJ T? 1? I Tr . ) Subscrliitlon 1 or three djllaib at iiiumiistonououapiiiiuv.iuy-ivi-c.iuP. Aavcrtimeiits-wii! be tnswiiej m ma raip o oils dollar p.r fcquar.lor tin nut. anci'liiiy cents tur liar p.r -quar.lor tin Hut. anci'lirty cents tbr ubscqttent insjruou. Ten liu.s or lets yututi .each s Ihor lute a square. A llbi-al discount will be made to ihd?e vho"atheT- tlsc by the year. AnnoiineeineniaofC.indiilat.sibr ofilcc. fivedollar:- Political Circular and all communications ol' a pr...

Publication Title: Western Texan, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 19 September 1850

1r M ft r V jr. I wr A yafi WESTERN nU fl7W are indebted to Col. John C. Ilnya for a uumherof California papers they ehmv feat nmnng nil classes seeking tho now Slate whose grent product is gold those nitnched to the tin.-. urn b .. lUMMfaehind hand. lln-rill Coons train. ip tho Pccn. On the Vmper. win in bo n radi in demandforj mvll)e pl)rclal 0mB nf Conn'- inula mill . well supported in California ;ia n . i tr . r..n...H: ....... "'e " ' "' trtiouBoflho Union. In n letter to J0 01W 0UB aSnlu. and follow wn. pWen in ilia jireiri.ee nf the l)iniririiiiu- nn old lru:iid in llm city Cnl. Ilnjra sy that j E) j1)1!r) l.-r of thut post this liimee .mh drawn nii.l iv. iqo.t ofllm T.b who .ve emigrated fro J M ' cf()cd 0 M0I nl .. to l0 m of M..J NrfehburN ..i.d i( his neighborhood nro doing well. He thiuki ijmpouutry not well adapted to farming pur- poses but not excelled fur stockroiting by ny other in llio AvorKd Texas not excepted.1 Ilhough the Culonct likes tho country & his yroip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 19 September 1850

siiwsapjiiBsn ?''i w ' A i;Mi Ufa ui 'A.MliUfflilWl F - ft X " 'North; an'd tbey..re right in so regarding them. If Nature or Providence hap excluded them from a participation in.thecommon.poa- aiision they submit to its behests. If the people of the Territories when sufficiently numeroaus to bo erected into State decide to exclude slavery from their respective limits the South ncquiesces. Rut they will not con sent to be deprived of their rights by hu nrbi- tary act of Congress. The fact 4s that agitation is precisely what the Abolitionists want. It is the element in which they breath. Tranquility is to them "-T" synonymous with stugnntiutt; good-will be 'tween the South and North is ttyunnymoui witlroruelty to the slave. While this delur iun continues and is countenanced by the 'lending political parties ntthe North through jealously of each other und in the hope qf 'innking political cnpitul there can he no per 'tntnent pence. When the territorial question is disposed of the nuit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 19 September 1850

'wL y tfjirfkyv a; in c A fli rlf & a . MIllc Iiousck. If ii perl of the cellar . n-nl for u milk- room jt fbniihl be in the dnent part mnl where nie'liouseis'1inoK'( eleWed. linn there j.. lift u v - -" . Stf' ! ' xnny be mi opportunity tor wimiovt wejl nr- fanned for yenidution. In nehUi deep clK jar foul air fiHtlef to the bottom w hieh haa un uufavnrahfc etVecl nu milk and liutier. Ono important objeulin Ii In tiil iliiinii nnd uuvcutihited milk-room "; ........ j i m iiii'ir i.niitMi thy condition for those who aiteltil to the milk nnd lo churning nnd workniL' and peehiiirr Tj utter in such rooma in very hot weatber. Wo lake the following interesting attiele otiJ turenfhuttpr in warm weather pnrticiilnrly . H ine prcKervaunu o. ine miiu nirer u is inuen from the cow unlit all the cream can risn to the Biirfaco ho taken o(Tt nnd Irallnferred to iho churn itt a perfect ttitr. To obviate this difficulty after n colisulMiion with my wife who.hy the way I must he allowed to puff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 2 October 1850

jatk - 2 Ml S ) "N N i. j .. Vf .? V p-- m V- A" ? :.N 'X l4tOI Kill" "" iwutnaftftmlo 4Vw! ' ' ' -5- --rtNr. "f-tWII ef p- f ' y J ((H " 1 XI . tHt I'i ' ' ' i In IAlJiu bun i'i b ' I ti bt. 'M- 1 H -" ' ' ' $J tvJ Hif . flMiifrl !l .t JK n.l IAV ll ' fl ftl! fWUttskfctwltrt .- W n-.iVi:iiwimRT in' W . wiJjPm" jilw' tf Hs i SH .itHF h-mmf wW M '' in ''; U X J&f HArtHil iM- fo - -f'taii-ity " TERMS 82 'IN ADVANCE dR$3 DovoUj ' u .t i:i. I .i' .- fl ruKl (MtwvM r d- "Ma . ntf - T- t rr- fs . ' . t 'rfji "tHt2J itloir'v-": -' ' at TiffifiWD off Q:ib0Mf. eictlW OT VOL. II. WftAMftti j L :JN 'vi V ti: . u j""- LEF.IS & (jYoSBEECK Proprietors f ..: .TERMS v Subscription Two dollars per annum in ajfuanw r or three dollars at the end of six months. For.aix ott A months one dollar ana iweniy-uvwiu: Advertisements-Will be inserted at the rate of ooa dollar per square fori the fir&t. and fifty cents for .ach subsequent insertion. .'Ten lines1 or less constl- (.Area ir MWOU01- HJ)e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 2 October 1850

M K r sr "1 l Ms fi. N K bT1 if vt n Jk t fi 1' ' ' mil J "' Jl1 L-J 4$ r e ya-i ;; is boundary mill winch the United Stale' .ti in purchase being equal tot'nbouT 000000) sixty six millions of ncroi ; tfie i of the entire Stnln of Texas hciity cstis inl ni (2 13000000) two liundrcil nmtfiir3 .o millions: i( from this umnuut wo neduct he hixtv six millions proposed tn be purclinsc'di by the United Slates there wiutJTiciin)it to Hit Statu nn'exn(l0UnU00) AffejiundrFtl' nnil seveu'vix millions of ucfe. A tine drawn from u point mi Ited ttiver to n point mi i hi llin Grande in ntcli h manner un to rjcnmitcrttiuilliO'fiiiirc retfitiujdcouuiry in" lvhtrn mrvuys linvn been iiiiiim1 ha hen etdi ' mated to include no nrcn of (00000000) nine WirreyftViera-jchtd Ids' chain fieTfyniiru ' ' uldlcimmnihdifcin:: priHiHUln hot h'JMHIiiiu T ''(! CR!0(JlMlOOrh1lt! hundred Mlnlv'iwVf1ilvAiJt - tfirdmnsWncrcxYhll bsiimutcdjurouf'o! iunn- lit r. I . rpnnrt Mibmitled to llin 'I.ei'i.luturn to 4-- ill" ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 2 October 1850

illllllllllllliailllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllBlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHUlllllllHaillllllllllllllllllllllllHiilll ' BmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmI 1 1 I 11 1 1 twmrn -n JlffiWPT')' V -'''TviwSm ' :-.r- y- - . - rrBiinv ... J 1 I" HBBil I mi n hate.:;.. lrttnYi worn f.ir mnro nUinCWUS ttmi) ttlO numbers above Incntibncd would indtcnte. Tho same reritorirawill also apply lo Nimrod. Though lio may bo as it is said in these lec- ture bul ttf" the second generntlon from Ham" theft Was abundant time tor a popu- lation to Irnve uriaon on the earth j after h flood sufficiently numerous tn liUlId cities and ' form kingdoms. The city Cnill built was not probably extraordinary Tor sie bulat first at lcnstn merostoknde cnrlhwork or fortress. Home was not built in a day. t was niico a hamlet or blockhouse rih the Cnpitnhno Mount. Jtwainnlv the "beginning'' of the kingdom founded bv Nineveh itehobolh Caluh and Ueson of which tlib hi&torinil s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 2 October 1850

A. m IV ik k Vi miMm ulinp ! d'yv pnintiuc eiphtt'fii tu two liuti- l ffct anything 'hrrc or four mother voy ' rig u iu ihcl ip; look out tiven him lend ami i-st ofull base of p. dec- boy 1 una 153 Doctor II Check denec ori Alamo Stt West of the Bridge eDy cenuy jnaiine ocarcr ur wneeK was a n ilurng the Mexican war and during that many obstinate casta df fllarhoca uf'Iong crojov jti physicians; Jnalj jcaaes most paiticu ie 1 consider Ms services as Irivntunblc- UxeOakAaWrJ jit cenuy im i aw vJa.wItliatar4flr? $&. ft7jjl?4 JV7D&747 jrtjmpMt iHTvBjfiVlltf. - fS v 0qog7 mttouo 'aiffB f i' ; i G3JYI74 lit.itgMAjdnW' tiewVfld 'HI. ' rendy tlclliM". by tlio (iisnreM. v D'AobiIb Trr Ai'tv tA ' Journal males tli doubbiTtra MsWrVAnrlt. '50: ii--" .... icgromnninat nas Aprune iat twenty ugU'jHimuii ui ins ftnd also that by pf Cheek hC"is floabt of his cn- JUTARVER: 3 n- - - wtfjRghqrn iJucnn ntLbuy-8r JIB?".. ;rVfl tiir SOUTHERN 61HLTWA.T0R J a Monthly jouunal iu:vim:u TOTnEtc LVTKRK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 6 February 1851

f & s . vx y"? y$ - f7t iT'TTM - VJB 'JH f "-' f -V7 " ' r ' JT ' .. ' W"i . --Nh . . . ; r ' - - .' ptr a?ermg $2 in advon'Oi. or $3J YOL. Deyotcd to Politics Agriculture Litoraturtg General Information. 3. I -BiKiMaBBanmMBM' WESTERN TEXAN. LEWIS & GROBS.BE'ECE Proprietors. whence it is'toLome wenre driven from this roof.tree a pir of houseless beggars. Who will cure for ut then? God will enre for us. answered -the aged w'oaian rniMifg'her eyes reverently to heaven. Tie old man made no repl for his utter- ance tus choked. At that moment the old clock tint stood in the' corner struck trie hour TERMS. . HulirIptIon-TwidoUawperannumft. or three dollars attheWd of mx months yw bix mon 119 Pneaoiiar auu jveiuj-uv - Qf . onYdoto IttstimVto harness up old Dobbin said each subsequent incertion Ten lines or lcssonsu- wj Q r-do XQ raeeting tute a square. i.vwliolilver- and t!ie roads W in bad condition." tW T ' Their pi.nrS0.Wtfro.oon mode nndthb iWounccmenteofCandifetcsforoffie.five...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 6 February 1851

. faA ' knA i "iriimnwrTT nm butim- mwi FRM' SftBKVaiHHHW iV'1 : ft1 -s v gggMiMlMiutji!!! 'ff !r.jwcs IIM'lw 1 1 ')"J" ! WESTERN TEXAN. vi SAN ANTONIO T1IUK8DAY I' 1311. . V- "We are requested to announce JOHN JAMIS3 nan candidate for llfprewniative to the next LegUla- as tare. PV We" are authorized announce the Hon. Public Debt of Tcxni. lilipoMtloa of the Ten Millions. ThCTC are tyicstlotw of deep and lasting interest to the peofAe of this Slate and demand their earnest consideration: for by llicin incy aie hi "- for weal or woe through the ballot-box in August next. Aithey a're .piestlonsin uliich all are equally interred we propose giving iaionli our column the various public expressions of opinion in different . . ...t.u mnv 1if nble to . i hu rtr i in ismte. liiui ur iv'1 " -- - VOLXEY l-MIOWAllUa a candidate lor rc-cK(. c scntimtint In rKaid tton to represent the Western Congrewumai w.-u.l. Wt! aVe aII aiiidc Irmn th A'Mr iwnmiffmMiitthccnouinif Ancut election. .r..... m the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 6 March 1851

' WJ ?TQ!Tt!? v " "" VH l'' ' TKUMS 82 lundvance;i 1 '"' DEVOTED TO 1'OIjITICS AGUICUIjTUKK AUTS ANDCIJAioiaMTbnATUllB' AND1 AfiNlGnAli 'iNlfOUMAlbNL- ' r s. .. A $& t' cil4 roftsl5Tmi!jr X f.j Afl A V 1 B . SAN ANTOMO TEXASvTlMsi)AX MAECII 6. 1851.'' r o(Ji u naMr'' J. .lr VOL. 3. r fi't ft i .1m .i ' lit i' r. U -'. r- .b: if rji i h l n u LEWIS & GROESBEEGK I'ROl'UIETORS.. ; ' rj ' Subscription Two dollars peTannumtn.flJfflc(J ortjirce dollars at the end of six m&hths. For six " Thonttri one dollar and twenty-five ccntsj ' ' Advertisements Will to inserted at the rate of -pne dollar per square for1 the first1 and fifty cents' ior t Va'ch subsequent insertion. Tjcn'liheaior Jess contti- tm: abnuarc. . . liberal discount will'be'madeldUosc whoadvei- - the.year. . o- . r ' tg ' . .i Tirpmftiits of Candidate fratofltce nvduliars. Circulars and nil .communications of a -a A"5'narnafure will Decnargcd at the tame tirivitT Kmcnts. rai.-s 1 "municatWn or advertisement- of an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 6 March 1851

M T ft A .J"" J Kfc. i ' v WESTERN TEXAN SAN ANTONIO THURSDAY MAIICII (I. tSTWe nrc authorized to announce STEPIIKN CROSBY the present Chief Clerk in the General Land Office aa a candidate for the Office tf Commit bioner of the General Land Office at the August election (J3T We arc requested to announce JOHN JAMKS a a candidate for Representative to the next Legisla- ture. rwMvcarc authorised to announce the Hon. VOLNEY E. HOWARD as a candidate for re-clec-lion to represent the Western Congressional district in Congress at the ensuing August election. CJT We are authorized to announce the Hon. D. C. VAN DERL1P asacamlidate lor Uihtiuot Jltiok of the Fourth Judicial District ot the ensuing August election. tTT Wc are authorized to announce HENRY M. LEWIS as a candidate for Dmmcr Jinac of the Fourth Judicial District at the chatting August elec- tion. r Wc arc authorised to announce THOMAS J. 'dEvINE as u entidlJatc for DirrntCT Junor. of the Fourth Judicial District at the ensuing Au...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 6 March 1851

l vtl fc rtf -Vapw" fi - f ? .-V- tj ' t "?-lZ'jfXFm s w ' 'top ho v j-r efrtj WESTERN. TEXAN. LIST Ol? AOKXTS. The following named gentlemen are rcqtiestod 0 & ty acnt9 for the "Western Texan." w. II. Gordon Guadalupe county. Titos. P CartMelt. Travis County. JUa Nicn6bso.v Iia&trop. ' iv"Air Lagrange Fayette County. Vv Fisiicn Matagorda Comity. JlENAMiN White Jackson County. iI.iU.Cartmemi Washington. Jr IJ( ItonnnTsON Independence. BnM- Westervklt Brazoria. A. B Richardson Harris Count)'. It;- D. Johnson. Galveston. Jimes Citoxicty do. C. C. Lund Liberty Liberty County. - Piuncis Ilucms Nueces County. At 8. Thurmond Victoria County. Chambers Emm Indianola. G. AV. Gljsscock Williamson County. Capt. J.L. Ham Ilou&ton County. Wm. L. Hunter Goliad County. Wm. IL Hunt Fannin County. S.G. iNkwton Dallas and adjacent counties. C. M. Hubbyv Cameron Milam Countv. C. Khihrd San Marcos. Ffint'usoNt IIesi.er New Braunfcls. John Adrmnce Columbia. Ci(AR(.Es.PvR0Nf Lavaca Calhnun.Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 6 March 1851

iBHHi I 4 M : r li r . A ; r tl V Gen. Sam Houston's Speech. in comn lunco v i l m rtnM r - VM llWb Ui 'tho Presbyterian Church at (his plncn on it iuonuay. iNonco that ho would speak on that day having been ifivcn through tho papers and it being Court tlayi there was a largo concourse of poo- 'ple present. The largo church was crow- tied. Tho Gen. spoke for an hour and a iiau. J ho deep attention that was paid interrupted only by tho frequent nml loud npplauso of tho multitude attested the delight with which nit listened to the distinguished orator. Many thought it tho ablest speech that they had ever heard him make. Others who had cv. er heard him speak before had their ox- pectations more than realized It is dif. ficultjio determine when Houston speaks best. Tho last speech one hears him make always appears to bo tho best. Oil this occasion his remarks were most hap- r.v wuuwuivi-u mm expressed it lins ucen our liappmess to hear him on mnny 'occasions. Perhaps we have heard nnd s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 15 May 1851

"s 0 ... j74K4 frtscom v I f . MMTa ft -.ft -N v t - . w !Li.iW ' " . w &LmV-: fMlil7 ' . V JBWV nA t V ".i ''??Pv- ffftftafeVt . V.-Cv( yCTJyjArf ilw rJiw'T'iMVflaifii iKT gf tj1! 3ffl j n3( .--1 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THURSDAY MAY. 15 1851. NO. 31 0 "' . j Vs"' ' ' t :.y .j iff . fiaairrr mi i i MWWWWt WliW' r m tt fa.il ' i l JOT ' JC'I f ' ''' M ?)' R w it Kr JloV yfjfflw ffl. mMlB ! '.S'iJII H . " T "lLS!XlLlZf-!L AVESTERN TEX-AN. VifctVIS & GROESI1I3I2CK Proprietors. rniCTitPTinw TwnPolltirapcrnnmim i'm orfranw i'TtlmdoIli laUlironilofBlx mollis Fur U months 'OpQPnMnrnml TtvoiilyKlvo Cents. ...ivcitTisBMH-STB Will lioinscrinlntitie rate of one iln'lir per suiriro Inr llio first ami fifty cviil fur rnrh fnUpqncnt insertion for llirce VftoiuliM over three mnntlit wcnty-fivc cents. Ten lines or less constituto r vqiiarf. A Iilx-ml discount will bo made to tliosa who mivertfee 'I ilic jenr. Announcements nf Candidates (or office five dollars. Y l'olttical Circular ninl all comm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 15 May 1851

r m &'j& yw ja ItiS fAJ ftS tfn 'T.VZi iffifi 2BB 9V WESTERN TEXAN. BAN ANTONIO: TnunsnAY: :::::::: ma v i-g ieci. Arrivals. "Wo notice among other arrivals that of Capt. G. K. Lewis the former co-cililor of the Galveston New? Lieut. Smith Topographical Engineers Into from New York Mr. Menifee from Indiaiiola.onc of our old respected citizens Col. Thrcadgill from Gonzales whoso merits to mention would bo worse than nugatory Maj Smith Mr. 11. Howard Maj. Neighbors mid Col. Thomas Gray- son have also arrived. DErAHTUims. Lieut. Brady leaves to- day. Capt. Crosby who lias -won many friends here leaves to-morrow. The gal- lant Col. "Ward w too arbitrary in refer ence to his political aspirations. His efforts towards beating Capt. Crosby (al- though they may be successful) will con- tribute but littlo to tho affection of the community in UMUg his bitterness towards his opponent who lias done more for the land office than any commissioncror clerk lias heretofore done. Not Dead. A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 15 May 1851

J AiMliiMw - S MM J -t 1 Jl V ' Moro about a Cuban Expedition. "Ion" tho "over faithful" correspon- dent of the Baltimore Sun adds his mito of information to tho mass noV in process of accumulating about Cuba. Oh tho "21st. ho writes: "Humors thicken updn us fts to existing projects for nn invasion of Cuba. Tho Spanish government is well prepared to meet tho pirates and will give stfch :a'n account of them r.s will relieve 'the gov- ernment of tho United State's from the trouble either of intercession's with the Spanish authorities or tho institution of fruitless prosecutions nt homo. It is pos- sible as has been suggested that the expedition has St. Domingo in view. "But as tho subject is enveloped in mystery and is ouo that concerns tho honor of this government ft becomes its duty to bo. very vigilant and to bo .pre- pared to frustrate any expedition that may be set on foot in the United 'States against any power with which wc aro at peace. "In connection with this subject I may m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 15 May 1851

IS5SXH3 JWfi riwn ui fpyW7r .f.'JVMjW''f WESTERN TEXAN. LIST OK AGI2XTS. The folloudngnamed gentlemen "arc requested to net as agents for the Wksteii! Tkxan." W. II. Gordon Guadalupe county. Tuns. P. CtitT.:i:M. Travis County. Jimrs Nicholson H.i'-'rup A. L. Vaii Lagrange Fayette County. H. W. Fisiikr Matagorda County. Ucn'MMIN "Wiiiti:. Jacksoi County. JI. K. Cmitmm.t. Washington. J. It. IlooRurflos Imb-pendcnce. "H. M. Westi.rvki.p Drazmln. A. S. Iliuiitnt-sov. Uanis County. 11. D. Joiinsok OulvvMon. Jamfs CuosirN do. !. C. Und Liberty Liberty County. Fiuscis llv-um Nuccer County. A. S. T.iwiiM'txn. Victot la County. CittMnt-uis Krrnn Imliaiiol.i (I. W. Gi.jiscook. Williamson County. Cant. J. L. II .. llou.-ton Comity. "Vm. L. HiiNTKn. Goliad County. AVm. II. Ilusr Tannin County. H.O. ISkwpom Dallas and adjacent counties. t M. lienor Cameron Aula in County. O. KniMtiu .San Marco.-. I'V.UFfsoN ft IlKSf.v-ti. New Itrnunfels. John Aorhnck Columbia. Ciiari.rh Pvrov Lavaca. Calhoun Cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 12 June 1851

1 I. 'J ' V'ItmM nn- - aJ&OlXA W-A3 ' iHiwiwnwiiimiii'nli! . i"i 1 1 ' ill "' "t ' r . VIHOt .- tjteBgggg u j srf' v IB i H mj j-ir. "rNi ji .a ftifKWT 4i if n Vol. 3. Srt WESTERN TEXAN. fejEWIS As GHOESIIUECK Proprietors SuBtcntPTlos Two Dollars per annum m advanetf or ttirrc dollars nt the end of six in out pur six immllis One Dollar and Tv.'cntv-1'Uc Cenu. Advertisements Will be Inserti'il nt llm nitr of one Oollar per square for the first and fifty cenu for ench (Subsequent insertion for three muntfiM over three .mouths twenly-fivc cents. Ten line or less coiuiitutc a square. I A liberal discount will be made to those who fcdvertto by the year. Announcements of Candidates for office five dollars. ( Political Circulars and all comnmnicationsofn pri- aieqr personal nature will be charged at the same Tate's as advertisements. C7"No communication or ndvertlement of an nYmsWe tliararter will be Inserted in our columns on any term. fc N. II. Alt advtTlisemen.lt not marked with the...

Publication Title: Western Texan, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 12 June 1851

u -. r w -;.v.r .. .. . ".'tfff!'""""' r" "" WESTEBN TEXAN. SAN ANTONIO: TnunsDAY:::::::: Jim 12 12 iasi. 11. II 1111 I. I J . II 111 II 111! For Governor JOHN A. GREER. For CongrcssWcalcm PInfrlct VOLNEY E. HOWARD. mjsjgi u n fin van tOSinceourfiMttWe went to prcn Mr J P. Oro. tvr ck lit diapoirtl of hi intrrnt hi the Western Texan The pftrttrutart ri to ihe future con-lnct tf Ihupuprr. and letiUraenf of hi uiiMlaiiilhia tlitu uml Imbililu wltt If given In tmr next nunihir PJTCapt. J;H. McCown I authorized to act as ourAgcnt fur llunt&vllle nnd vicinity. Prosperity oronr City. Notwlllulandlng the prophesies of tlio Ill- omened thnt our city would lie reduced to a mere "inland town" asHoon nslhc troops were withdinwn It iccina lo he advancing in pros- perity. CXulte a number of elegant and tih- tantlal houes are already going tip an I will je aoon completed while preparations for build- ings can be wen in almost every quarter. Wo hoc the example of Messrs Jones I-'Inher Priors a...

Publication Title: Western Texan, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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