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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 24 October 1848

Transportation Line. THE undersigned impressed with the belief that a groit portion of the trade from Rio Grande City (Clay Dai') Micr Lorcdo and otlicr points on the Rio Graiult will p lt. throw-h Corpus Clirisu have determined to establish lines of transportation for freight and passengers from here r from New Orleans to the above points at the follow mm lies : Prom Corpus Christi to Lorctio per mo ius .- uu . ( l Return Ireiglit Corpus Clinsti to Rio Grande City J Iteturn freight 50 2 OU 1 .0 a OD 1 30 1 25 Coipus Christi to Micr Kciiini neigni From New Orleans to Corpus Cliriti per bbl From New Orleans to either of the above niculiun- ed points per 100 lbs. 3 2j Back freight to New Qrlcans " " '' 2 23 In addition to the above points a l'nc wl'l ho run to ban Antonio dc Ruar (110 in le-) from Corpus Chn-lt at the tollowinjj rates: Back frcijht " " " 75 from Corpus Chn-li to San Antonm per 100 U $1 00 These waipins will start every two w ccks and run at ad seasons and it in intend...

Publication Title: Corpus Christi Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 24 October 1848

THE COKPUS CIIRISTI STAR. rUBMSHEfi KVERV TUESDAY MORNING BY JOHN H. PEOPLES... Subscription $5 per annum. Advertisements $1 00 for the lirst and SO cents for subsequent insertions ot'S lines. CORPUS CHRISTI TUESDAY OCTOBER 2i. THE ELECTORAL TICKETS. Wc insert the following names of Electors from the Texan Advocate : Democratic Tickit J. R. MtM.cR J- G. Hiioocks W. C. Yot.sr: M. A. Dooi.ev. Tagor or Whig Ticket. "VV.m. B. Ochii.tiu k Sam'l. Yergkk B. H Ei-peksox James W. Ali.e.v. p JjJ- Should our readers find a lack of news in this number of our paper they must attribute it to the failure of the mail last week and the non-arrival of intelligence from any other source. The Galveston papers of the 16th and 17th have been received but they contain li'tle of interest. Pn.vrii or Joskimi P. Wki.ls For several days past wo have heard a rumor of the death of Cap:. Wells but no could not learn any of the par- ticulars until a private letter was placed into our hands yesterday and although ...

Publication Title: Corpus Christi Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 24 October 1848

)f ) Iv lake some action in their bciiaii ouicru j likely to remain in prison till .March next. Mot T already been made in behalf of one. A letter b: ceit cit from Mr. James Bergen saj s the N. Y. Tt American Prisoseej is Ireland. Wc learn says the Baltimore Sun from an intelligent gentleman who has lately '' come out from Ireland on a visit that large numbers of Atne- l rican citizens are piisoncrs of the British authorities on sus- picion of being sjmpathiscrs in the late attempted Irish re- bcllion. Most of these were arrested immediately on their ' arrival out on board of different vessels numbers of whom ti ere former emigrants returning for their families or other r..lmiv.. It is in be honed our Government will immediate ly lake some action in their bchaif as otherwise they are itiovcmenl lias lias been re- ribunc. now prison in Belfast Ireland statmC'that lie will probably ' 6OO1I be permuted 10 rciurn jiuiuc. ilia mn in ev.11ucT.110u ttith some of her friends in that city it...

Publication Title: Corpus Christi Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 24 October 1848

Del London Times. ISLA DE VANCOUVER. OPINION INGLESA. La politica scguida por el gobierno do los Estados Unidos respecto al engrandecimiento territorial mc- rcce atcncioo. Prusia ea su lucha vital a media- dos dyl siglo pasado no cstaba mas determinada :i consolidate y engrandecerse que la America en la uetiialidad : y un Estado que aun tienc tn sus pose- ciones oriirinales ticrras desocupadassuficienies para mantener doble el numero de su poblacion csta ic- elutando en su scrvicio todos los espedientes de aneccion conqnista ycompra con la mismi deter- iiiinacion y cnerjii como si csiuvicsc boqutando tn esos cstremos de ccs'stencia pojiiica que liio ncce- saria la toaia ile Silesia; y easi dio colurido ;l la pri- lnera reparticion de Polonia. Esti politica hasta ciurto puuto probibleiuente es la nnnif'siacion de esis alias miras incionales qucde cu uiJu en cuaiido hau prtclamado algunos Estadistas Amcricinos de traer hasta el ultimo pa I mo del contmentr bajo su domiuio gu'ndas par ...

Publication Title: Corpus Christi Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 31 October 1848

I.M f 1 50 2 00 1 50 2 00 1 50 1 25 Transportation Line. THE undersigned impressed with the belief that a great portion of the trade from Rio Grande Cuy (Clay Davis') Alier Loredo and other points on the Rio Grande will pass through Corpus Christi have determined to establish lines of transportation for freight and passengers from here or from New Orleans to the above points at the follow ng rau-s: From Corpus Christi to Loreao per lew ms j-j oo Return freight ' Corpus Christi to Rio Grande City " " " Return freight " " " Corpus Chrisfi to Micr " " " Keturn freight ." " " From New Orleans to Corpus Christi per bbl . From Nuw Orleans to cither of the above mention ed points per 100 lbs. 3 25 Back freight to New Orleans " " 2 25 In addition to the above points a lino will be run to San Antonio de Bexar (110 miles) from Corpus Christi at the following rates: Bock freight " " 75 From Corpus Christi to San Antonio per 100 lbs. 1 00 These wagons will start every two necks and run at all s...

Publication Title: Corpus Christi Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 31 October 1848

THE CORPUS CHRISTI STAR. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING DY JOHN H. PEOPLES. Subscription f5 per annum. Advertisements SI 00 for the first ami SO cents Tor subsequent insertions of 8 lines. CORPDS CHRISTI TUESDAY OC'l OBEIl 31. THE ELECTORAL TICKETS. We insert the following names of Electors from the Texan Advocate Democratic Ticket J. R. Miller J. G. Bboocks W. C. You.no M. A. Doom. v. Taylor or Whig Ticket. Wm.B. OciiitTBF.K Sam'l. Ykrgeh B. H. Epfersox James W. Allen. H3 During the absence of the undesigned Mr. 3. Callahan will attend to the editorial depart- ment of the Star. JOHN H. PEOPLES. E3"Our readers "will bear in mind that on Tues- day next the 7th day of November they will be calkd upon to cast their votes for Electors of Presi- dent and Vice President of the United States. At the head of our editorial column will be found the tickets of both parties. As will be seen by the noticr of Chief Justice Behlen which we publish in anolh er place our citizens will cast their vo...

Publication Title: Corpus Christi Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 31 October 1848

V y. Fish. The "wiaocean says the Boston Chro- notype is the farm of .the fishermen and they reap its harvests on the associativcprinciple somewhat 1 The rivers andlal(f s mjjiis '.country are also the common iield'of the .adventurous successors of the Apostles. Butin oldjjngland where the rivers and 7 lakes are thoroughly monopolized a landless man may not take a trout froma brook without tisking n I residence in jail for the first offence and in New South Wales for the secopi.ln some countries a practice is introduced. ccultivnting fish as a crop 'which might perhaps 'be'profitaulyimitated by some of our American farmers. v A spot of poor land commanded by some brook or rivulet and "so environed that it can be casih I overflowed is elected. .By makinga dim or etn- - bankment the water is raised to.the requisite height. and a good friable kind of fish is introduced th-it sort .which .has been found by experience in the neighborhood to be' best adapted to the soil. The fish rapidly ...

Publication Title: Corpus Christi Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 31 October 1848

NOTICIAS DE ESPAftA. Por cl ultimo corrco hcmos rccibid.i una coleccion de La Patria de Nueva Orleans cuyas feclias al- canzan hasta el 13 del corriente Como cstc peri- odico es cl que en los Estados Unidos se esmcra mas en publicar los pormcnoris de las noticias de Espaiia de el iiemos cstractando las de mas impor- tanciu para nuestros lectorcs; con fecha 6 del corri- ante publica las siguientes : Antes de ayer lecibimos los periodicos de la Pe- ninsula traidos por el vapor Acadia cnyas ultimas lechas son del 2 de Setiombro de Madrid. Las imevas que cotitienen son en estremo insignifienntes. El pais se halla sieiupre en cl mismo estado de in- certtdumbro que antes las faccioncs van seiloreup- dose'por todas partes ;i pesar de los descalabros que scgun diccn lo periodicos ministenalesy moderados sufren continuamt'tite con la acliva persecucion de las tropas del gobierno. El dia 27 de Agosto regreso a Madrid toda la corte que se halluba en San Hdcfonso. La Gaceta publico cl 1 de Seti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 7 November 1848

I f 'f- Transportation Line. THE undersigned impressed with the belief that a great portion of the trade from Rio Grande City (Clay llntis') Alicr Lorcdo and othcrpoints on the Rio Grande v i! ldti iitmii rnmio niirisli hnt'K detennined to c?tab!i-li inn. r .-t: rA rvn:..l.i nrl njotsp.ll.-Tr3- fitini horn r.r ! ui erausiiuiiuwuii wi tiviui i----- "'"i " from New Orleans to the above pomle.al the Icllouin? rates: THE CORPUS CHRISTI STAR. per 100 lbs 00 .jl) I'D ;"i0 0U From Corpus Cliristi to Lorcdo Kcturn Ireigiil Corpus Christi to Rio Grande City J Return freight " ' " Corpus Cliristi to Micr Return freight . ". " " From New Orleans to Corpus Uinli. per libl. 1 2j From New Orleans to either of the above mcntion- rd points per lOd lbs. 3 25 li.ick freiqhl to New Orleans " " " 2 -J.i In addition to the aboe (mint-. a hne i!l be run to San Antuino de IV.iar (110 miles) from Corpus Cliristi at the tolIouuiLj Mice- lije'k freight ' " " 7J From Corpus Chiisti to San Antonio per I(!0 lbs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 7 November 1848

ft bare been freely made of late in Ireland by the self immolation of John Mitchell and his i.iithlul li lend John JMaitin ; by Mr. Meagher and Mr. O'Gorman the sons of two of our richest merchants; by Mr. Duffy our greatest journalist ; by John Li'lion and Smith O'Brien men whom much fortune and miuy friends wooed" in vain from ''the thorny path of du- ty." In other revolutionary attempts leaders are usually less exposed to danger than the people; in this they have openly adventured fortune home friends and life. The country that can bear even a few such men will not readily degenerate into a nursing mother of slaves; for Freedom's battle once begun Bequeathed from bleeding sire to son Though baffled oft is ever won. That it will be won in Ireland and sooner than many even among her friends dare hope I be- lieve. The vice of loyalty is gone at the root and it but needs a little more of Time's teaching to make a. democratic revolution which will wait for no leadership to strike to m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 7 November 1848

I I C The Galveston News of the 2Gth ult. has the following paragraph in reference to the late mur- ders on the Cibolo: We learn from Captains Otway and Ellery of the steamers Maria Burt and Hazel that the opinion was current at Port Lavaca that the band of ma- rauders who haic been robbing and murdering our citizens in the west were not Indians but Ameri- cans who painted and dressed themselves in imita- tion of Indians the better to accomplish their noto- rious purposes. They arc supposed to be tin- .-.line party who not long since crossed the Rio Grande and pillaged and murdered the Mexican Rancherus. That these scoundrels who are composed of the oil scouring of all the States the dregs of the army are the real depredators is highly probable as vv c have no intelligence of their dip mure from tin- country since their expedition west of the Del Norte. . o Movements of Troops. The N O D.lta copies from the Mobile Tribune the following im- portant arrangements in reference to the in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 7 November 1848

NOTICIAS DE ESPANA. Los pcriudicos dc Madrid que hemos rccibido por el vapor America alcanzan al 8 do Seticmbrc. Se- gun los pormenorcs que contiencn la situation poli- tica de ja Peninsula siempre es la inisma. Las fac- ciones no obstuntc la actividad con que so pcrsiguen ran aumentandose progresivamentc ycausando al gobifcrno vivos temores principalmente las del prin- cipado de CataluTia. Insertamos ;i continuacion los pormenorcs aias intcresautcs que hau ocurrido desde las ultimas fee has El Marques de Santa Cruz ha sido nombrado cor- rejidor dc Madrid D. Francisco dc Figueras nun- is:ro de la gucrra dema salir para (jranaua con . licencia real quedando encargado del ministcrio cl General Naivacz. La Gaceta publico cl siguiente decrcto fechado el 2S de Aeosto : 'El inariseal do catnpo Don Narcios Lopez serd dado de baja definitiramente en el ej6rcito por lia- berse fugauo dc la isla de Cuba en donde se liallaba de cuartel." Dice La Espafia: ' Parece mdudable que cl Ge- neral Cord...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 14 November 1848

"Transportation Line. THE undersigned impressed with the belief that a great portion of the trade from Rio Grande" City (Clay Daw-') Alier Lorcdo and other points on heRio Grande will pat3 through Corpus Christi have determined to establish lines of transportation for freight and passengers from here or from New Orleans to trie above points at the following rates : From Corpus UUristi to Lorcuo per iuu ids j oo Return freight " " " " 1 50 Corpus ChrtMi to Rio Grande City " " " o 00 Rcturn'freicht " " " 1 SO Corpus ChrisU to Micr " " " 2 00 Return freight" " " " 1 50 From New Orleans to Corpus Christ! per W.l 1 25 Prom New Orleans to cither of the ahoe mention. cd points per ion lbs. 3 25 Back freight'to New Orleans " " " 2 t!5 In addition to the above points a lino will be run to San Antonio de Bexar (110 miles) from Corpus Christ i at the following rates: ' Back freight " " 75 From Corpus Christi to San Antonio per 100 lbs. II 00 These wagons will start crry two weeks and run at al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 14 November 1848

fnMMK.Wlfc . THE CORPUS CIIIUSTI STAR. FUBMSHED EVERY Trr.Sll.W MOKNINU BY JOHN II. PEOPLES. Subscription S5 per annum. Advertisements gl OJ for tlio lirst and 50 cents for subsequent insertions of S lines. CORPUS CHRIST! TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1 i )urmg the absence of the undersigned IMr. C. Callahan will attend to the editorial depart- ment of the Star. JOHN II. PEOPLES. Thk Elections. The election for Klectors of Pre- sident and Vice-President of the United States Inst Tuesday resulted in tins nty as follows For the Taylor Electoral Ticket Cfi votes Cass " " . . . . f:; Majority for Taylor 10 The whole numberof votes as will he seen from the above was only 122 but this is accounted lor by the fact that none were allowed to vote except those who had resided in the State one year thus excluding a very large number. Many were under the impression that by the law of Texas all citizens of the United States were allowed a vote upon this question and we stated so in our last number upon the a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 14 November 1848

Fatal Accident. The San Antonio Tcxian of the th inst. states that a young man named Childress of I Bastrop tcounty belonging to Capt. Ben. Hill's new ranging company lost his life on Monday tccmugkvt at the Quartermaster's office by tho accidental dis- charge of a pistol. It 'appears that some of the arms x Had been carelessly returned to mai onicc witn toads 7 in them and in again giving them out to Capt. Hill's company this accident occurred. Mr- Childress it is ' said had relations in Bastrop county where lib was I highly respected by all who knew him for his'niaiiy good qualities. 1CP We have received the first three numbers of a new paper called the " Western Teitan.'' published at San Antonio by Messrs. Cromcan and Glasscock. It is a well printed sheet contain? .1 Iarpc quantity of reading matter and appears to be edited with considc- I rable ability. We wish the enterprising proprietors every success; but we think the editor should knock the "i" out of his head. o Brazilian ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 14 November 1848

23 El Comptroller del Estado de Tejas La pa- sado una circular a los Asesores y Colcctores de los Condados de cstc Estado ordenandoles que suspen- dan (hasta nueva inslruccion) la futura venta de ter- renos 6 solares dc pueblos por cuenta dc las taxas para los aims de 1846 y 1S47. Esta orden csta fun- dada on el hecho de que en conscquencia de la'ibr- maciou tie losntievos condados;-muclios ciudadanos no sabian en que condado quedarianstis tierras dc lo que havresultado que muehas voces los taxas se Iiau pagado :i un condado. y las tierras se ban ofrc- cido de venta en otro por esas mismas taxas. o Oregon. El Picayune del 22 del pasado trae noticias del Territorio de Oregon hasta el 3 dc AbriU Loshabitantcs estiin sumamente acosados por los Indios quienes ios tienen rodendos por todos lados. El 10 de .Marvo la pequefia fucrza tuvo un encucn- tro con cosa de seiscicntos Indios de varias tribus que resulto a favor de los blancos pero no sin perder abjunajente. El Coronel Gillian sit c...

Publication Title: Corpus Christi Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 21 November 1848

Transportation Line. THE undersigned impressed with the belief that a great portion of the trade from Rio Grande City (Clay Dais') Mier Loredo and oflicrpSints on trio Rio Grande will pass through Corpus Christi have determined to establish lines of transportation for freight and passengers from here or 'from New Orleans to Ih above points at the follow inn rates : From Corpus ChriAi to Loredo per 100 lbs. 00 Return Freight . ' 1 50 Corpus Christi to Rio Grande City . " 2 00 Return freight " 130 Corpus Christi to Miff ' " 2 00 Ucturn freight . ". " ' 1 M From New Orleans to Corpus Christi pcrbbl 1 23 From New Orleans to cither of the above mention- ed points per 100 lbs. 3 25 Sick freight to New Orleans " " " 2 'Jj In addition to the aboc points a line will he run to San Antonio de Bexar (110 miles) from Corpus Christi at the following rales: ' Back freight " " " ' 73 From Corpus Christi to San Antonio per 100 lb. 1 Ot) These wagons will start every two weeks and run at all seasons ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 21 November 1848

THE CORPUS CHRISTI STAR. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING BY JOHN H. PEOPLES. Subscription S5 per annum. Advertisements $1 00 for the first and 50 cents for subsequent insertions of 8 lines. CORPUS CHRISTI TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21. id During the absence of the undersigned Mr C. Callahan will attend to the editorial depart- ment of the Star. JOHN H. PEOPLES. . THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. We have received New Orleans dates to the 12th inst. in which we find telegraphic despatches from nearly all the States in the Union. The tenor of the returns leave no doubt that Gen. Taylor is elect- ed President of the United States. Wo append a table made up by a gentleman who left New Or- leans on the 12th inst. It should be premised that the returns from scarcely any of the States arc com- plete but those marked as "certain" for cither candi- date are conceded by their opponents. Those marked "supposed" are judged from the partial re- turns received from them and their general political complexipn hith...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 21 November 1848

k Emigrakts for TiSfisl A Dublitfletter.in the Lon- don Chronicle announces the approachtogdeparture of an emigiating body of a superior lass for Texas in- cluding some person ithraririf; gentry one gen- tleman who has been.meBerM -Parliament three justices of the peace peidhs heretofore connected with mercantile andJbMfcing-'establishmcnts and a number of well-tob farmers. A clergyman of the established church will accompany the party with the design to become their pastor in the new home to which they are going where; the lands intended to be occupied have already been;' purchased. This move- ment seems to attract ome attention as the beginning of a "break up" among the gentry and the middle class. o The Pecak Trade. The Victoria Advocate lias an ar ticle upon this subject from which wc learn that the crop of Pecans this season will exceed that of any preceding year.' Wc have heard before from various sources the most incredi- ble stories of the enormous quantity of nuts that will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Corpus Christi Star — 21 November 1848

Los Ladrones sobre el Itio Grande. El dia 27 del pasado los ciudadanos dc Ciudad Rio Grande tuvicron una reunion on la cual pasaron rcsoluciones esprcsando su gratilud ii los oficialesde las tropas de los Estados Unidos sobro csa frontera por su pronto ausilio cuando fucron llamados por " cl pueblo para aprchendcr los ladroncs quo ultima- inente infestaban csa scccion del pais. Los ciuda- danos firmaron un manifiesto csprcsando cl horror que ven los hechos dc cstos malhcehqres y su do- tcrminacion dc sostcner los oficiales do la justicia en sus csfuerzos para mantencr la suprcmacia dc las loves en todos casos. Estc manifiesto que considc- lamos digno do traducir cstii firmado por todos los liauitantet principalis de Ciudad Rio Grande ytatn- bicn es aprobado por los de Roma. Es como sijruc : Los que nbajos finnamos ciudadanos dc la Ciu- dad Rio Grande teniendo un intcres verdadero en la prosperidad de nuestra villa y creyendo que cl pri- mer paso para conseguir cstc objeto cs cultiva...

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