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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 27 November 1852

< I k t * t •- w £ •«v tj ¡ ^ • II T # ^ I % 7 v« ♦ ! 1 fvM / ~ Ki Hkoottft to (Education, CUerature, 3.grirulturc, Commerce, Domestic anb foreign Netos, (General Intelligence, Jfliscellann, &c. VOLUME 4. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1852. NUMBER 9. ' 1836 or *37, ft young District Court of the United güttt, m sad for the Eastern District of Louis- iana, feeling the ftrst cold blasts of winter, con- cluded to make a lire in the ofice. The porter was ordered to bring up the coals, which, by the *d of ft box of matches and a stick of light-wood, «oto soon M—*vg cheerily. By and by, the dspoty, finding it necessary to stir op the fire boat about for the poker hot this useful in.*f¡ u- could nowhere be found. Necessity, how- ever, that mother of invention, soon suggested a for the absent poker. The young tpd espied *m<fflg the rnbbish of the lumber-room, a couple of old swords, about the Origin of which be knew absolutely nothing They were heavy and strong; the ha...

Publication Title: Lone Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 27 November 1852

E* - "i s \T t > I [BY HtQUtST.] LCTE TH1T Rita BROCHC." [rtOM THE HUB * miEJU .] •• I lore tliat rich broftit." Now. Gin raL you re Joktn, "T is cmtl -t Patrick such fun to be potto. That - brogue" yon -re heard two «core jmr ertry «hit, And not loved it before, a d—I a bit. J *«e the friends of Caalcl 1T:hitr ! Mr. W ebster was more emphatically at the i head of the Whig party than any other ieíd hut Henry Clay. He was early attached to the federal party, and ha adhered to it with ardor j after it had assumed another name. But Mr. i " ®bster survived the affections of his party. He lived long enough to realizo its heartle&sn?ss : and itl ingratitude. He Saw it flourish under j "I • that rieh brogue." You lore it how well, the prestige of his master intellect, and succeed Lct y<raT loas sentiment honestly teU: under the bold leadership of Clay ; and he was , Ycu would welcome ashcr? from Cria i sr«e* proud of it. But when the fate of Clav was Eut «nuking the Uwi you'd giv...

Publication Title: Lone Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 27 November 1852

••) t A h I | I ■ Ik M, * • ^ l\ * % * / *■ *v r* m* -7? « JOSIAH BISHOP, . Pfatchmaker, Silversmith, and Jeweler, has £7 m hand—One dozen gold peas, gold hold-™ **■ «?• ibi tS'ud «¡tier thi>Ú«^Knd>'a eigbt-d«; ilewer-vasee; fine raaors and strops; a large aper; red ink; looking-glasses; fiddles: ae- " knives; Jmives and forks; ham- cofFee-ntlle; padlocks ; eounter- * ^W,"1fritek«^iir>hand- ^ . jam over-shoes: a variety of feeÜdM; with many other articles, which will bo add very loar* for cash, only. All these indebted anut make immediate payment, as the basiness autt be closed up. n0 tf THER F Leather for saix, «t u. ■ell's Saddler Shop. Skirting, black, and seal leather sit <acell«nt article, low IS n6tf R. Cart- harness, for cash. nfite LES.-HOPE & BOND, hav- themselves for the purpose of 8, announce that they are pre- the celebrated Hope Saddles, of su- on the shortest notice. Orders from a be promptly attended to. Old stand, a Washing to noon the Rock Island roa...

Publication Title: Lone Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 27 November 1852

■4. 'jé -/ Post-office boon, week dajs, from 8, a. m. to 12 m., and from 2 to 9 p. m. Sundays, from 8 to 9, a. m. Oaltsctox, doses at 9, p. m. Arriving erery other day at 9, p. m., departs next morn- ing at 4, a. m. Austin, arrives every other day by 9, p. m. Departs next morning at 4, a. n>. Eastern arrives Saturday, Monday and Wed B. P. RUCKER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL t WASHINGTON .TEXAS, HAS constantly on kind a large «ad complete it of raen sacros axd medicines, ruxn, oils, DTi-mrm, nircunr, «hop Furniture, Surgical Instruments, Window Glass Glassware, Books, Stationary, Ac., Ac.; consisting in part, of the following articles: Allspice, Race Ginger, Black, Bed, Long and Afri- can Fewer, Mace, Cloves, Nutmegs. Hops, Copperas, Bell and Sab. Snlpbar, Starch, Arrow Hoot, Salera- D^aru Suod.,., 1W.JT , 2tíí,^A¿r:J!'£r and Thursdays, 4, a Northern arrives Wednesdays and Satur- days by 6, p. m. Departs Thursdays and Sun- days at 5, a. m. Southern arrives Sundays by 6, p. m. De- parts M...

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