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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 20 May 1854

4 ¿.J fW\ t. i; / ♦* V A L U AJI T, E W A It E S OCClfPY BUT LITT _ ■• _ 3SL space!" VOL. 1. !.J >-4 - ' SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, MAY 20/1854. 7 NO. 6. .. KIIUI. J A T A I. L J Ü M P • * thought I'd have logo my small pile alon//' '"-Hello,£¡íinvlev!" .hofíe. Ne.1, a- 'he burst ' aiiJ h" > ' waikt-, . . J , —— ""T" V't i .aV -.)',,,. nt bet two to one yoa can't jump op tjiere, into uiv ró*üi . hi theaiiuk <4 a ;&2o0 boarding ^ - - ■--?-— ;— houie . in m i:-wry, one .lay, ab W Un ho.fr "ai¡ • í, ;rl,«! S't,6V °P .-fore fhe tell wáfi rxpi'rtrd lo ring for din-! 1 1,|s- *. / — ' "-Three- to out1!' eh ir retí anota or./ n1 *f. | "Three- to out!'-ehirpéd aftothor./ } IVur toon '"' riiirpo i anof?i'er./ ' I' tur to une!" shouted a third, ' rívet*' "Hit :M •'Well, tied, writ's (he row?" - " •►Voth'frír. Mow much money have yen • Only nbont fifty. Whrf '• VifíM'ón*. T «Tit! it to m^Hvhrtrley." ; "Thunder! 1 lent von thirty 1a*t night." j * c"!' ¡Tkn<^v i -. — I'vt^jgr'Vi 1 hirtc*...

Publication Title: Alamo Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 20 May 1854

if ■ALAl til AWTOMIO, TBXM, t i i May % UHi MIWCOMB, WHITKMDXD, * Co., • ",i J EDITORS. rt " m i> m r i — i—immi mi i i nrírr i ^r- n i " ; ~ • -' 4- I t—a? Circulation, 250 Copies !! * ■ M. ffewron, is our duly author- fot Bexar Co. Jobm+om, is our dart y au- Mississippr. WnuAMl, Clow, f* duly authorized agent for the OTAR in Washington 3?-;-- " ' * * i living In the rity who with to the flfcor, will pfelse give their [Ifa |M . ,i. . -. rial Department. among acre ral distinguished that J. M. West, of the Antoaio Ledger from hi collecting tour. iini f ■ yw A .mu- mi *'j<- ■• Hist week vt «in commence a well- and highly Interesting, original story, Pinley Johnson, entitled Carrie Mortimer, which wilt be continued io Wt Karabeen to great expense, aheet interesting, and hope to be iaed. - ————- is Lmckle will preach (by Methodist Episcopal Church, on « «"flock, A. M. mn'ia imp 1jwwi ■■ "" .—As usual, i trae and to the point luodoofil be read with ¡atere*, aa cannot come from y y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 20 May 1854

IKtk *, ■ % * irning we wandered from ooe extrem- ity to the other—lost our pencil—¿«br- iber-wind blew hat off-caught il rmely tired—hungry—bought some ginger caire—(seated on the railing ol ihe old Nidge)—pitched into it-were thinking or the scarcity ul itemn^a son of darkness took a lib- erty laughing -at our position -provoked our rvii passions—shy ed a brick at hi* h<'a4— missed him only served to increase hi'* laugh- we jumped from our neat—(neatly shook the bridge to piece )—going to thra«h him—for hi# fun -boy didn't fancy our intention—took to hi heels—we alter him—very unfortunate ftKit caught--fell—picked up something -no damage done—boy gone—cake gone —item gone-— temper gone— 50 el8* per Vol —Star Inuuihy - We would be pleased to learn what the Capitol of the " State of Matri- mony 1" A pf.H ow de dt w, Tim 1 " • None of yrr bu finesa, yer no doctor." CUNNU NDRIÍM. A youthful punnter having perpetrated ike lulluwring hamle.l it to W Tor publication. A* harneaos no ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 20 May 1854

PSPlpSi# i Correa jKm&tncf of the St Xlt." tIC ni h f *u4 if if Is, a* eaÉ r i K««we. u^—nu ■. t irtWíé in fént la*i ttiMfeet* > IftfMftf •#£?!* f?í- í¿fk*4 * í ■ Wí¡f I * M*#u &i: < iff tk$k*feti *4ií*4táégí g m i.&* Umm #1 < •• I ÉMIVÉi Ét©f* f. «•! iíwHtfli il hmteé fjlli f<nluí «b- mrw* k« M IN^fii aot **-? at ffufo g ... *_ ! L'iwgf*i u> tW* vot-jí ladyyan:: falU&ff tt|$rii "«ty ^mwífad *>M kf J¡NQ|&iftV4*, f«f fefcfif f" ♦•• f* lier on ta Wílev * f !ov< ! i#-.- &r>4 <. < n r , í ftg j«a hi . ■ " "" --.r.1- ñ/SJ| í*| íra§lf*£ «8 to fhe &r±< t ."-■■ ¡y? '¿¡"".'pii>-' üMiré' I «pfrl í v ve i) * 1- v : b<*£í5' • ■ '• * U ;• '*■■ ' all&íe? tn in her ñ,'A ' ••'« " ' " of tge fa^y^yfe;ti3tedt ■ itpaa m ? Imute* tL-O- ¿JUm^- i f- r.l'.I' lSMt POETRY * *.".-■ m*l ***«■'■ «Vg/p- * ■ ■ ■■«> ■• •«■«--«'-"> "V* y--.ir- ' \ 7? f ' - • v ,1 ■' ■' ■'.«« <¿ S' ü * - TAÜi: Ytlir«TAH. fcT M Té. K ym w#«s>4 *h« fWf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 27 May 1854

_ 'JW «fe - iJ THE ALAMO STAR. VALUAÍ1I.É W A 11 r. 3 OCCUPY u.Jft U T I, I T T I. E SPACE. *1 H tft f. I F ! j. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, MAY 27, IS," I, NO. — 111 S " *> 1 " 111 1 itti'.il for I fir «$ ( f. ( AKUlli MORTIMER# ST Pit Y or THE HEART. bv nxt.r.v j nxsckv. j. . . "if Oil It I ÍC n i.i: GAfcl.KKY. "■ . ! iLLJig Ú in.iii.il j. .na* "i "i.jii.i '.'.ai 1 ■■ 1 You will hike me CIIAPTKii I. It was a wild vtormy ni#ht around John Luery's ! i * - m ■;. The wind howled through the náUe.l tree* , a •; i hutted it -Ht w ith sheer iuty i;« the solV «now bank*,1 The windows u! tin hnr u rati led . * 1! they were going to-ive way i "toTe>t1ie rm+e t4 the a lid i In.' I..n:; eh 1 mines lA^w a sad ami Uirgmlike Mt l■«, acjuaiiiffe! with me/' he said ¿'.uifly. Martha, flic ol d 13 ermau^ou^ keeper, buMled n run mi tire j>HljW, ilu^|/Ur^ lag upouHhe iSecayiiig firé, }trt1lei! Uj\'liluth Uint as laid lor Qt,u. Smith protecting our frontier irorn the r tipper- a 1 ittie s traightor th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 27 May 1854

■ THE ALAMO STAE. 8A3Í AJiTO!TIO, fEXAl4 ■BBBBBMIÍ 27,1851. Saturday, : NEWtOMU, WHITEJUpNp, & EDITORS. Co, jrowiifyr Yuutfi. To be moral, should be the principal object That this is an "age. of advnnceme Circulation, 250 Copies!! m Henry M. Newton, is our duly author- ised Agent, foi Bexar Co. jpySpKNCEft Jouxsoíí, is our duly au- thorized Agent, for Mississippi. |jr Wiw.um J. Cloud, is duly authorized to act as agent /or tire STAR in Washington Cpunty. ^ ffr All persons living in the city who wish to subscribe tp the Star, will ¡¿ease give their naines to the carrier. of man. Nothing: tends more to his happiness, certainly so in respect to the rising gei It develops the nobler qualities of hi* nature Writers may%ay that the present a "el and smothers the evil propensities. It is the excell past ages in many things, but duty of every Nation, State, and Municipality this case. Boy* are men at fifteen, ul ititeen to adopt laws and regulations that would restrain j —you may see so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 27 May 1854

f í fv Written lor the Alamo Star. THE PAST. <Eorrfsponi>«tte oí tl)« Star. POETRY cspontiriue of ilje Star. at *e ng another communica- ir meddlesome correspondent, Sarah, fciít it convinced me that part oí" her fi!-t was true: that of ht-r having spies. It heems that whoever these brainless tools oi' other people are, they acquainted her of my niiug an aiticlo which she took advantage of 1 answering it before it was published; As the boys have been in the habit of taking the girls to the debate, I suppose they have passed Ih'r by unnoticed and she thinking they have not paid that attention to her which they should, has taken this opportunity of bringing hr-ix-Ii into notice. I would inform her that ci-j shoe does not fit, and therefore I send it í V k where it started, where it properly belongs. But her article had reference to a particular sch .i ami none of that school ever follow such habits, and I only write to show the public that ,.ur Mihoul will iiiit be trampled on w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 27 May 1854

/ ■ 1 IWl <forre*pottóatct o aas *1 sd Ban Antonio, Msy 21, lbi>4. Messrr, Editen: Seeing such a critical state of affairs as we have sow. and constantly being ia danger, not only (rom foreign invasion, but from Indian depredations, which, are now being cow mined every where ia the vicinity of our town, it urges to nay mind the necessity of having some kind of protection, as well for ourselves as our sisters and female and neighbors who are defencciess, and who live in the neighbor- hood of our town. 1 think it is a real shame upon our government to K*t things remain a* they now arer here the families are flocking ir* from every direction, far «rid near, having all their Interest to the mercy of the savage. I would suggest to the young men of this place from the age of seventeen to that of twenty-one, | to form a company of as many young men of ! that age who are willing to join said Company, "Bexar Guards," «a* i_ny other j ryu^Éey may choose to select. To and such other offi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 3 June 1854

K mqmm*rn y. T M. m ■/' 111"? tí VALUABUfe - Tr y" —^ W A K ÍR 8 ol^fcvi^ 1ST £. t T't L 1 í Í 4 C E : 2#ir—* VOL. Í. •—-w-swwqpBS" SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, JUNE 3, 1854. ¿i -Wl*- A Written lor the Star. f ARRIE MORTIMER, STORY OF THE IIEAIlT. OUU eiCTUKE GALLERY. BY F1M.KV JOHNSON*. (-Vvnlinu4<L \ Now Martyr John,'' said ihe old lady, seat- ing herself opposite to her master without invf- laiion-~" now let me ask you n few question iú -üii tills straiijgc sullen child that you have si> mysteriously brought here. Where did you pet h r master John 1"' I bought her.,''Replied1 Lacy, simply* li Bought Tier,—why y« u don't mean lo say that " No I 'lid not say it. She is not a slave— i; evert heles I bought her honestly." Mattha opened her eyes until they were as \ i^ «ih her spectacles, and seemed completely vrrburdened with the eilorl to understand her I will save yon the trouble, dear old friend," i and highly accomplished.1' aid I.aeev, kindly,—" I will save you the ^ u y0 doabt—no ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 3 June 1854

BAIT A WCOMB, WHITENOl Df * Co., EDITORS. orUl DepirtaMJt., me* out II m }_ m comai ooi tnie mmm and «coree Jjicobflfc writer , though—<jufte tbe rere¥i«rf berep- pone l -d•* ft ÍM v"T approprtafefl&pler. qr A Met (can ww kitted by another by the name ot\h*an levantes, on lasiThuf<K day. * Ufa *<#oi «cwlJlH gS^J* *?$* atari* It ipf.a prenaediiat^ afluir for Ce- fcoise in readrné rand a*<juick ALKY, * 'fWTiftgj h(7tttC young frtimt ?r round a public corner, for rpona of having a little chat—t<'llir¿j a'n>iii Alter considerable j. the StaleT There ire upwan it ore ; three large drag stoi**; tweflty a#oe j love scrapes, dtc maker shops; abodfthe sadfc number of tailor meet, occasioned by the recital of hoií&' vT* *.!¡ •hop ; two tin «hop , ail blacksmith's afcop*; ao . ntftafcer's recent failures, a couple of the y out ^ iaamrrable number of carpenter «63 cabinet j chap started off, expressing it ns thrii lixtil a*| 40 abb} ; imy luge bote la, t jel*e reetaoip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 3 June 1854

i i n KDÜCATlñ^. ~ Wtnrrts fh^rv moTe u^eíuf to nnro and woman thali Education 1 Nothing is more calculated t j i/i ve bul h s-'Va good standing in society. Withaut cdacatíon, b"th sexes are rendered í.V.--rabie. Some app ear to think that ladies < .. Hot tr.juiir as good an education as men• Now Me^rs. Editors, in my opinion, this class ,n . ;#! oiring under a grand mistake. As the u. t*her l i in j?* op her child iVom it* birth, %he Bah Antonio, May DEAH KFUDftfeS.* Ilere we are before you. *as*y *SJÜU P'ea**> reaijy to give all the news from far and near as well us a little soitcr racy fun. Talking of racy fun pulsus in mind of a Junntt race, which came off between a couple of t :\ - Mes i iMiat she knot's. If sV dors not know + v '! ' 1 H t<rn< j\ 7*?!' i Saturday, on the ban Antonio racecourse : ,1,11,1 |, ,,ns from !,« mat* in Wv Iac8 belwe„ .,ul4 BUw," ami Mr. Napier's horse was concluded, some of the in'j I'. • \ i til i Alter the race bet weeu a \ ' Napier's hor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 3 June 1854

fc -fc r 1 0 pffpWM *** ■#vS ■X' ;lls. Mturs. Miitmi**Tk* eapOmT^f this •ni- ele' aright, perhaps, lead «ay oaeto suppose that I would try to writ® #sensibl« article; but notwithstanding the foetj|at I aanoki enough to do better, aad Ora jww o«, i fe*1 real «illy and presume Itjt^pdmy effualoa* ea the border of thaffták#MM. Ye*, Mr Editors, the Cetboflee have ahoáj|||^|Mt oí enterprise which deserve* high coifciSfaaiion in throwing away those old tin pant and In their place* patting belts which, when heard, coutpal the listener to forget that he it dieting within the vicinity of the murderous scenes which have been enactcdjbry the wild savages of Western Texas, and imaflae that he is «till near his native home, surrounded by aear and dear friends. . But what horrible stands those old cracked ones produced. Speaking of crack- ed things puta me in mintTof the anything but envhjp^, priÜIcámenl of some dnthe young genu of thisaitv who, although they may make e very effort tin deceive, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 10 June 1854

S PA LITTLE B U T OCCÜ v \ W V H K S ir a ii Jj k VOL. ÍV 'Í /<-/• ' " CUBRIE MORI IMOT, A ST O II WüF Til R'H KART V JOHNSON., í / ft in ii i >.11! BAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, JUNE 10, 185-1 NO. 9. MMB niUfLKSutJE flCtCKE GALLERY. é ;v"W v-fr •v4*& • M; *' / i a\> : UN oV. h ms -I".-per Vila th" be :Ti?ar-giil. , ~ xvi\ rs ik.V. 4ia;í pa* , she had i. . . ; ,! ?!• 1 i : :\>i ata' uitoinaideu- ¡-.'•"C: \ ' 1 v was a ! \ai mai i :a .> m s ! ¡ I t>1 w ssV11:i• ■(• ¡•; i a;•*. i ! <• * : !! ~i i" (he t tsk \' I ÍUl üHIHT ÍJ'T tr.tr,.!. I'¡ íi. • ,'i!• l plae. in ota!\t to disconnect he.r .a m eh a- p esióle l'rom oh\ a^oriation*. l¡ ;.*avií her a :¡ u iiaav*. .Ilefíáilyt.l he Carrie M: > r.¡jr r. A í'i . r a w mili\* qt?¿¡i', tVit u tu éla x M niwwr* >: rito.' f } a ' SypW * ,4 -Jü :. ítaxítí ■ W.-2W :í (. ■* CK *% —'.LJJL-LJ— ). 'í „ '"j'IflJ. i1"! L" ""Ifj'jü1!'1 J ' „, ,fWBWWHS middle o{ á stitch. John J„neey started a if he kttlw not why, and Carrie 4a d down...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 10 June 1854

Jim 10.1851. HBWCOMB * H EDITORS. OHD. Circulation,. í A ball case on iaMavminr, the 9tb «ll., Tbe weathéf Wa« vtry mtorotibteM oeh aa catión, yet ¡i a the large gathering oí young [Mtopíe that we ever saw gathered at any une tiaae/or place in oar city. A* we entered V Maromas. The vulffsr rye «wfjjhi* ill gum)y *)fnw WbHe ItrolUng tbrough town \h¿\,iu;r even- ing our attention was arretted y¡ the sound of martial music, the tramp y( hursts, 'and the •bout of the multitu le, /We rushed with pre- % iWfty M. i*wr daf^uibor- Ized Agent, foi Bexar Co. ¡fájr svkhcí.* Johnson, is our duly au thomed Agent, for Mi*si**lf>pi. ffiy Wíu>um j. Clou , i* duly aut rized foact ft* agent for the ST Ait in W county. * ... All person iirirtg io the ('Hy v*iio wi«h ta*ttb#cfí&e to tiw S'ar, Will please give their fcamesto the carrier. ¿Tiy f: jt til ^MJT i&Tf'^'ifT'ft" ' ■— — ' t.-rla^4.~cy rawn which accounts of the«'Star/' at the Youth'* Debating o, bas wit ¡gain unfurl# her banner to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 10 June 1854

rlEír** ' ' • V . ■ ••':*.*• ' v , ('.f' r--¿i %• (forrcapoubcitíí of t!)c Star. HkK Antonio, June 0th, 1851. ' M <sr$. E-titi>n;~~ Piav breech Mis tíarah imt to treat me *o. I hive meicy on poo* old heu-pftcked Joe. Although thai llame has subsided ir my breast A nil her cutting remark* will soon sink me to t C%t, Ami"my infirm Tímlw a' e rack ins with pain. Tt¡ u ih ria in V im>< riu'C 1 write again • ThereV I ha bo ! too, he is as wise as awbvat i, tii> houible ifiuaibH almost brutee my gú/ard ] 1, ha - a fled the tiaitor, wh itrth. jl« *wíH Ucep changing over, until kicked out oTtoitr;— *—r— ~~~ 1VUss Sarah said she did not know the shoe W out S lit SO tight. t H^p^Éám <* *•*. Jatíouthat míuie one. luUÜBfflfcÉÉ- tli© M2h oi- her owa. **i e ■$&id J 9jr <> know lUTtt 1h^u « pe a*Ma I I au^ bin#} s uvfly ih i s m U*% he a j«rt.t she could not help laughing to think I would, suppose she had fallen in. Jove with me. - I myMlfhal a hearty luu^h over her mis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 10 June 1854

[-tf- "St. ■ ■ w X ft3m rm '1651* ft fa á B?* J M Mil* A ^BWI* m¡t(Mw9WvM ^ I really «at surprised at yr young gents to strppoa%4hai Bone of us 5 irlMfa hi write to ar- ticle for the Star, and don't you think they hav<* accused almost every old Jaíly ¿0 the city of í wr|t|ng under the signature oí Sarah. They j 4oo*t know that I have got nearly all of my io- formation trova them. It is truly laughable to see them stamf in small group* mwwkmbv school consulting together,Úmn as if some spirit had visited them, they all start in diflVr- entclireclion* spreading thé news, that they inid discovered her ¡ "yes, it is Mrs. , we traced it right hotfce to her." . ;: I was'glau to see so many at the det^fingcluIT íke otbereyening\ Many oí our young men hav«**howed oa several occasions thut tiey hare more than ordinary talents, and I think' by the young ladies attending, it will have a tendency to keep better order and encourage them to exert themselves the more, I cannot say, thatthe heads...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 17 June 1854

***■ >*• V A L U ATI L E _ W A RES OCCUPY BUT LIT T L K S P A -i VOL. 1. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS,-JUNE IT, 1851. to: " '8*1 • 1 ■"*IIW" '■ ■"■J111"1' —"—'"TT * W'fitbii far the Shir, ( VHKH: iMoinninii, STOltV or TUB HEART, h*mm IHMLKbiiUE PiCTiraK UAIXEEV. gJgHft-Jl.11 JL'"P w "l" I h y KIN' i. li v . s all n & a s. ~~ctT.Ai,'i"¡;i{ ni. | trj ie M~ftim:M-, blinded by lovk,-*íü\ none"i .--i u.u-c imperfections in. his eoiiVeii^tjtm. | T'íítft" was i5üii)dhirg so new, so fresh to her j unV- n idi y initid, ia tUJ-s brilliant talk, thai it ¡ cliariBeu ami dn/,/,!'cd her. Even from toree ui j _ ; at ra v r s J í >h n Lat;y >y a s pjk a>ed L a nd .\ I a rth a j j; J >y¿4 i. i g< sr<:;s'-.> Well, U: at >!■•■ lit V; r. * \V urí*"fl ot it'tr f.hav« brot/glu this little sketch for your r approval Albs, Moüiuítu',"' <>uid Walker,draw- • tug a roll oí pa pet irem oís puck- t as he spo^e, j cj|ieig;|!u u!H'a!ijg^¿ii.jL!!i ¡1 :mj. ■. ym .ji km mmw ¡I I am fortuna...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 17 June 1854

T • * Saturday, t t i K>,TEX*S. Jest 17, f§3f. NKWCOMB 4f WHfTEMOX0. EDITOllS- Circulation, 300 r TteW***ih Qt Sutjv The birthday of freedom i drawing near. The heart of every true American beata with pride arid gratitude on contemplating-ti* event which is thisday commemorated, It should be observed by the American with every mark ol respect. We call on our cit-izew not to let ii pass as it has on subsequent times, unnoticed and unobserved. It reflects shame on the pub- He spirit oí our citizens to allow such days Hr Hevht.M.Netrro*, Uour duly author- j p~s by Uncek,trated. We call upo tLera to ~ ¡ujyw their liberality, not to allow avarice to hoU too great a sway over their actions. Not allow other cities ot Jess importance to go ahead ized Agent, for Bexar Co. CER Johnson, is our duly au ihotuaH Agent, for Mississippi ^la^ilent. Willi's m J. Cloudj is dulj authorised i 0f tt* in this way. They should not depend on From a friend just jn from the Medina we learn the following': ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 17 June 1854

■* jssam iforrcsponftrnrc of tl)c Star. Voting leadle* af Man Antonio* M-S'-'S. Bdttvraj {' had not'been my intention to write for the S'¡r, unti. i¿i>t Sunday. I attended Church as L;>ua!!> do every Sabbath, hut tur the conduct -ouie oí the you.ng la-i le , I did not hear any líill> Sanctum. POETRY rri 1- >ru in i n ling the eoutt nt*n ORAR WEA'DEftK : Here we are -agáift; It can't be helped, wc are bound to <kme of ami no two ways about it. S an • \vjw <>r «iher we -are a oa. .¡-folks, and when.we take up a pen, it—-as if by { its own aecord commence* scrib- Atter reauing bUng away, and twa*no later than last night he y commenced a com U¡c m i moo, . During service, there was giilv \vh> h id an Alamo Star in their which they pav^t trom one to an- niU; «rhen.we take ¡ un' íi two of them beeatiie very inncft in1 magic •® - ' . .. .D |v , that we acto illy eau-ht it writing die lot low- a boot huU a ti hour ;« wiii- fi I thina must have be-, ft very mg. tru...

Publication Title: Alamo Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 17 June 1854

«lfÉek $>!&- ti)t Star. Governor—that once resounded to the joyous laugh on the occasion of Bowie's marriage- witnessed the establishment of a lodge of the Social Band, and that had witnessed the sol- earn initiation of so many good brethren, or more from the fact that a white handkerchief Asmmo, June 15th, 18M. Messrs. Editors: White rambling through the streets la*t Sunday cvfning+iu search ol something glittered in the sunshine aero the street, we amuse andiólefcsUtte as well as to inform my i slackened out pace and the sun was fast ap- inind, tad further my knowledge of human na preaching the horizon, .Irefoxc we were firmly sealed on tha.railing around the new Bridge. Pfe ívl- ture I came suddenly upon that rather unique looking specimen or^rumanity cáTr<7-Í rT uid Joe," and being an old man myself I asked him to take a walk with me fot I though! we might >ly gain something from each others con- j ¿toa and I will here ra mark that f do not; lay the same stress upon...

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