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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 9 March 1853

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 9 March 1853

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 March 1853

21 democratic Sctusjinpcr'Stacifca So Vgnculhire cs ' Ipolifics niiJt Stoan interest At VOL. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAKCH 16 1853:' NO. 40; il Iv i I V 13 t h t DIES IRAE. Mr. Editor. Below we have endeavored to present your readers with a translation of that beautiful Latin Poem of the middle ages the composition of Thomas De Celano Since its production it has always constituted a part of theCatholic service and man- translations iu "various languages have been made of it. With regard to ours we have only to say that we have endeavored to render it a classi- cally poetical and as poetically classical 'as .curabilities permit. . Beta & Sigma. Austin. Jan- :53. . d DIES IRAE. A I. Day of Judgment. on that day Shall creation melt away; Such th' Almighty's fixed decree Such all 'Scriptures prophecy. ii. . !" Earth shall at His presence shake And th' assembled nations quake. t Every hidden thing shall he 3g Clear; to his all-seeing eye. in- 'Startled at the trumpet's pea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 March 1853

I..-C-: auLMtwwjiugutinjie mtangfajg. V 1 'r - J this floor. I have pursued the savage enemy above fts three forks when that whole country was a vast wilderness and before the beautiful town of Dallas sprang into existence. I believe that half of the appropriation for the Trinity river would be insufficient to make it navigable from Magnolia to Dallas. It would fake a much larger sum for between those points there is an im- mense raft. Why then expend half of the appropriation where its expendi- ture would effect no useful purpose ? It is believed that the river has never been navigated by steamboats above Taos which is about one hundred miles above Magnolia while there is four or five hundred miles of navigable river Delow that point which navigation however is rendered hazardous by be- ing much obstructed by snags in the bed of the river and by overhanging trees which could be removed with a small appropriation such as the bill provides. Now under these circum- stances I ask if it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 March 1853

'Weighed andibund wanting.' When? rhcreatiaT)y'whom?By the people? No. in me impartial balances of C. Poor Gov. Bell to have been passing as cur- rent coin from 1S3G till now then to be jerkedgip forced into the scales and to be proved " clipped "alloyed light by C the assayer of men it is too bad ! He is to be pitied. In all the races of Gov. Bell he has always been pronounced beaten by the knowing ones until after the election. Some how or another when the little process called "counting" was arrived at the wee bits of paper would be marked wrong and the fat of political wiseacres would be knocked into the fire. In writing the above extracted items. we do not accuse 0. of a wilful disre- gard of facts ; but had any one else written them with the intention to avoid jnaking correct statements we should have believed they had succeeded en- tirely. To what Purposes do the City Coun- - CIL INTEND APPLYING THE CORPORATION Taxes ? This question has been pro- pounded a number of times wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 16 March 1853

CHARLES WESTMORELAND ATTORNEY AT LAW JKrFEKSON CASS COUNTY TEXAS. no37 J. IL1LLIES & CO. . Importing and Shipping Merchants aug20 Strand Galveston- I. A. PASCHAL ) J GE0- w- KASCHAL San Antonio ) Austin. I. A. & GEO. W. PASCHAL jlltorncys-at-Laiv. GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Jlushn. Their busi- ness at Galveston will also receive Hie 'per- sonal attention of one of the firm. Office in Austin at the Old State Department. April 15 1S52. no 44 D. D. AITCHESON. TVM. ALEXANDER. AITCHESON h JLEXHiDER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law nuj!:20 Galveston Texas. PETER McGREAL ATTORNEY AT LAW Brazoria Tczai. E. P. HUNT L " NOTARY PUBLIC - Galveston Tcxa. OS" Particular attention paid to the taking of interrogatories aug 2 JA3. A. POAGE. C. C. MC GENNIS . ' POAGE & McGENNIS Attorneys and Counsellors at Law nai::iy bastrop texas. jiugh McQueen ATTOKSEY AT LAW Galveston Texas. Ug20 ALEXANDER H. CHALMERS Attorney at LnV fS" WILL practice in the counties compos- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 30 March 1853

5 Xll'&'lLfcS&LJli- Bcmocratic UciDSfmpcr SBcootcii to 3tgriculturt Ifcuw fpolittca anil Swan Interests. VOL. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 30 1853.- NO. 42 f jr IBM m i a nm biiii itm-mLgEca ibM li bi a pmzeb i ! hi iii'iaioiitjiaLijiWKagiicA.i..v.iJ From the National Intelligencer. Washington Feb. 19 1853. Gentlemen : Having waited a week with the hope of harms the enclosed letter used in ihe Senate by Judge Underwood I cannot al- low myself to submit an longer to the wrong done me in that body and therefore ask you to insert it in your paper on nextMonday morning-. Respectfully yours. LESLIE COMBS. Washikgtox Feb. 1-1 1S53. My Dear Sir: As you were kind enough to prespnt my petition to Con- gress asking payment of ihe debt due me by the late Republic of Texas. I hope yon w.ll lake some proper occa- sion to defend me aguint the gross un- just and ungenerous imputations cast upon me in public debate in common with other creditors for daring to as- sert what we d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 30 March 1853

.l -tt0 .ttoarl2u-u2L-i :z.srZbXZ2L I2&Jit-3JLZZ?2m ... uv .- yurr-it. r - n J ' hr Ml M I ' ' iHT hE1" founder of that bill and the system. MR. DAVIS : I do not claim to be the father of that bill. I MR. HILL : Certainly I have no claims upon it nor do I seek ar.y ' ry" as Its friend. Laughter. Here in conclusion was some marks not distinctly heard. glo- re- Thursday January 27 1S53. Debates upon the" bill making appro- priations for the riveis of the State continued. MR. PARKER : Mr. President The debate pon this question has been very long but I feel it my duty to make a few remarks representing a poition of the anility as 1 do; a portion that is remote from the seaboard and still a portion that ships thousands of bags of cotton every year. Magnolia is be- coming quite a cotton market large warehouses are being built t her eand the rapid increase of population demands that something should be done for the navigation of the Trinity as the means of serving the best interest of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 30 March 1853

V r If fc Xifca2&featiSiM3Cfi22&&AX') TEXAS. Inquiries are being made daily in re- lation to Texas by persons wishing to emigrate to the State. A few weeks past a letter was received in this place containing the following interrogations: "What inducements are there for At- torneys Physicians Mechanics Drug- gists Merchants Engineers &c." r Attoexeys. Per last U.- S. Census V return it will be seen there are unwards of 600 lawyers in Texas. The number in this city is about 35 in the county of Tiavis 42 or about 1 lawyer to ev- ery 125 inhabitants. The city of San Antonio is said to have thirty Attorneys. The proportion docs not vary material- ly throughout the State. The Courts have a considerable num- ber of cases for adjudication. Lawsuits are of frequent occurrence in newly set- tled communities where titles are not ascertained with due precision and where claimants often neglect for years to assert their rights. Many land suits will come up for de- cision though t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 30 March 1853

CHARLES WESTMORELAND ATTORNEY AT XAW JEFFERSON CASS COUNTY TEXAS. I"037 J. H.1LLIES & CO.. Importing and Shipping Merchants uar20 Strand Galveston. I. A. PASCHAL S GEO. Vr FASCHAL 8an Antonio Austin. I. A. & GEO. W. PASCHAL JUtorneys-at-Law. GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Jluslin. Their busi- ttess at Galveston will also receive the per- gonal attention of one of the firm. Office in Austin at the Old State Department. April 15 1852. no44 D. D. AITCHESON. VM. ALEXANDER. AITMESOX & UEIft'DER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law ue20 Galveston Texas. PETER McGREAL ATTORNEY AT LAW Brazoria Texas. E. P. HUNT NOTARY PUBLIC Galveston Texas. r Particular attention paid to the taking of interrogatories. aug 2 JAS. A. POAGE. C C. MC GENNIS POAGE & McGENNIS Attorneys and Counsellors at Law n21::ly bastrop texas. jiugh McQueen ATTORNEY AT LAW Galveston Texas. aug20 ALEXANDER H. CHALMERS Attorney at Law WILL practice in the counties compos- ing the 2nd Judicial ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 6 April 1853

; vr . i :C'ijbL J & L " vV 3 jjwgCTtaaaujaft saoso 21 Stemocratic Bctospapcr Sfcwotcb to agriculture Kctoa politics ccah z:ari Mnknsis. TOOL. IV. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 1853. NO. 43". J To the Editor of the S. W. American : In your paper of March 9th I read the "defence" of John H. Reagan which refers to my speech of January 20th. In his " defence" he makes honorable mention of himself that he was " one of the soldiers and pioneers who helped redeem that country" Peters' Colony; that he has been " a practising Attor- ney in that Colony" ; that he " repre sented a portion of that Colony in the Legislature'' &c. ; that the rights of the colonists were in jeopardy and that he received many calls " to so to their re lief"; and that lie had a "powerful '"hold on the affections of that people" dec. At last he went to their rescue so heHid. Very " magnanimous" indeed ! that " one thousand dollars" being no inducement to him. He also in his ''de- fence" shows that t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 6 April 1853

; " - A JX'J -3 01 J m ?-jvcrpr''rrcT"::-f TVffAVTaaA J ft the charter and also the whole Railroad interest in Eastern Texas &c If the charter now asked for is not granted all th projects in that quarter concerning Hailronds are a dead letter on our stat- ute boks; and nothing will be done in the way of Railroads probably until it is too late for the capital of N. Orleans to combine with that of Texas to ac- complish this great object and the in- terest of those whom Mr. Doom is ad- vocating will like tho balance be lost. Yss sir lost ; and I know that without foreign aid Texas with all her domain is entirely unable to forward this pro- ject. I therefore shall support Mr. Pol- lock's amendment to the amendment of Mr. Doom. DEBATES IN THE SENATE. J. T. Flint Reporter. Wednesday Jan. 26 1853. On motion of Mr. Hill a bill to be entitled "An Act to extend the time to parsons having claims against the State of Texas for filing the same" was taken up. After some amendments had been of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 6 April 1853

CHARLES WESTMORELAND ATTORNEY AT LAW JEFFERSON CASS COUNTY TEXAS. no37 J. H.1LL1ES & CO. Importing and Shipping Merchants Uff20 Strand Galveston. . A. PASCHAL i' GILO. W. PASCHAL Austin. San Antonio I. A. & GEO. W. PASCHAL Jlttorntys-at-Law. GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Jlustin. Their bnsi. ness at Galveston will also receive the per- sonal attention of one of the firm. -Offioe in Austin at the Old State Department. April 15 1852. no 44 D. D. AITCHESON. WM. ALEXANDER. AITCHESOS t ALEXANDEB Attorneys and Counsellors at Law ang20 Galveston Texas. PETER McGREAL ATTORNEY AT IjAW Brazoria Texas. E. P. HUNT NOTARY PUBLIC Galveston Texas. H" Particular attention paid to the taking of interrogatories. aug 2 JAS. A. POAGE. C. C. MC DENNIS POAGE & McGENNIS ittorseyi and Counsellors at Law n21;;ly babthqp texas. hugh McQueen ATTORNEY AT LAW Galveston Texas. Ug20 ALEXANDER H. CKALMERS Attorney at Law WILL praotico in the counties compos- ing the 2nd Judicial ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 6 April 1853

-&- r" i - i "A . i i H- S9 y? t SteJWr w -j.-. - f! -r- Vias-iiifilEiB-tf ."?; uPon lEe presumption that claims may be presented that are- not correct and should therefore undergo: the ordeal of investigation. 1 havernp doubt that many of the claims included in that bill are just ; but I am opposed to the col- lection of a whole mass ofLclaims togeth- er in one bill and hurrying them through the House without some satis- factory evidence of their correctness. "Weiall know that by attaching claims that have very little merit upon claims that are just they greatly increase the probabilities of their passage on ac- count of-'the merits of the valid claim upon which they are attached ; when if such claims were left to a thorough ex amination ot their own merits thev Orld not pass muster. As an instance Gentleman from Starr fcrirl tho Maims tNftwo persons put in that bill one of jwnich he acknowledges he knew noth- ing about. To the adoption of the -amendment including that claim th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 13 April 1853

' I XlvCt- I Ph ft 21 SDcmotratic SciDspapn: JDcoottir to 2lgvtculturc. Kots fJoliiks ano Storan Interests. VOL. IV. TO THE VOTERS OF THE WESTERN CON- GRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF TEXAS. Fellow-Citizens: I have consented to comply with the wishes of my per- sonal and political friends and am a candidate to serve you in the Congress of the United States. "When first soli- cited to announce myself as a candi- date I consented that my name should be presented to the Convention at Aus- tin on the 22d of February. The entire failure of this proposed Convention has satisfied my mind that a large majority of the voters of this District have no fixed preference for any one of the can- didates spoken of; but. that the people prefer an open field to have the views of the several candidates discussed in heir bearing to judge for themselves ard to decide accoidingly. Had I been sarumoned by the united voice of the Demotyacy of my District I should have yielded to that summons without hesitaiionTvhate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 13 April 1853

gstCsaCTra.T7-. m" this bill before December 1S51I would be inclined to favor its passage. But sir Jones and Hall located upon those lands on Galveston Island awl obtain- ed patents for the same against law as it existed at the time. The State has again established her title to those lands at considerable expense ; and now to relinquish her title to those lands for the purposes ol speculation would bo wholly unwarrantable in this Legisla- ture. Amend the bill as I have sug gested and I will have nothing further to say in opposition to it. But until it is so amended. I am bound to oppose its passage. MR. BRYAN of Brazoria: I hope the bill will pass. Good government is created for the protection of the citi- zen and not to speculate in his misfor- tunes. If that land has any value that value has been put upon it by the im- provements of the people who live there. I have traveled over the island and know it to be a sand bank a'nd if the improvements were taken off the land -would not b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 13 April 1853

"ft iSBagMang.vvsacT?mr:c7-jj-yviraTTiTaigtaL&jr''&T INDIAN DIFFICULTIES. Below can be found a very interesting letter from a gentleman connected with tho service to a friend in this place. The relations with the Indians in the vicinity of the forts east of the Colorado have not been for several months of tho most amicable character. The Wacos Wichitas and Keeohis have been associated in the-commission of depredations upon the citizens of Texas so says a gen- tleman haviug an undoubted right to know. Within the last year these depredations have been numerous. Four or five parties passed up during the winter with stolen horses from below. Last summer they robbed Mr. McKay's train between Fort "Gates and Phantom Hill. They stole horses from the vicinity of Fort Gates also ofpFredericksbug. In the winter they took two horses and three mules from Fort Cro- ghan six horses from the Caddos &c. The Waco chief Aqua-quosh and a portion of his band were fed by Mr. Stem Indian Agen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 13 April 1853

CHAKLES WESTMORELAND ATTORNEY AT LAW JEFFERSON CASS COUNTV TEXAS. nol7 J. H.1LLIES & CO.. Importing and Shipping Merchants augzu Stkand Galveston. I. A. PASCHAL GEO. V. PASCHAL an Antonio S i Austin. I. A. & GEO. W. PASCHAL JHtorncys-at-Law. GEO. W. PASCHAL will hereafter reside permanently at Austin. Their busi- ness at Galveston will also receive the per- gonal attention of one of the firm. Office in Austin at the Old State Department. April 15 1852. no 44 D. D. AITCIIESON. "WM. ALEXANDER. AITCIIESON & ALEXWDEB Attorneys and Counsellors at Law ang20 Galveston Texas. PETER McGREAL ATTORNEY AT Liffi Brazoria Texas. E. P. HUNT NOTARY PUBLIC Galveston Texas. $3" Particular attention paid to the taking of interrogatories. aug - JAS A. POAGE. C. C. MC GENNIS POAGE & McGENNIS lttorncys and Counsellors at Law n31::ly BASTRor texas. hugh McQueen ATTORNEY AT LAW Galveston Texas. Ug20 ALEXANDER H. CKALTvIERS Attorney at Law WILL practice in the counties compos- ing the 2nd Ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 4 May 1853

.";fei - "c"- :fffal':''v'' 'j ni nun 'i.iinf " '- '"Ty.:.ii ' hi 'ii iiiir wliiii ' m' '-' VOL. IV. JSMie E3aS- -WJBNSS'DAIfStAY 4 183. WO.- :46:' V'4W -ste. S.-JiBrS1 ' -' . "X5. rGI3?ytOFT -A fjr -4..: j-W ' TFv Itoirtk LegislattretSccQad Session! ' i - -Mr- f ... AflL Ul-n .l T .. HB. Lr DEBATES IN THE HQjtlSE T. Ehi-day JgefeUarj '4y4l853:- The lull Mliiki6wWoK being- before Ae'HoiisearteKhcfji marks of Mr. Taylor of Jtannm c.s .MRIELfiS said- I life the gen- tleman 6ra Qherokee r airier jpeace Tand my Impression is -tnat'.lfeebsffe tute offered by the "genllemw. Jiroiff Bra? J " 2oria (Mr. Bryan) -is tlie pafy.idof - an act that will give peace. Tiw!iwjg-l inai Diu ooes not aoenpagn.- . we mast 4ra.&rther;if'wa wiul& accomplisH th'e desirable end -we Kaye in view I be- lieve we should giyethe colonists time to secure theif lands thro?pr jopentne' colofiylto location and tur hjthebntrac- tots oyer likejotbers"lo the " public dp' 'jnafxn"br oat of the wtony tbtiSfy -. th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-Western American — 4 May 1853

- 5? .-a" "-WIT M-E3rtiSSW- .-. MkSft3M yCT ngr-. &-.j$) IVSH his friends a -few cxlrnptsfroraitpcca- tlemnn's -yoicivw.ouldL not be leaped to sioiinllyi as he thiwlcs th"8y'may;beaple teaVMhatnk oTnbraced tvyo object? unless 14'"'tb-bearit. " -i .-"- -Tiis'bpjectio'ns i To any investment of the- r';::triapnrehend' when ltfwas ascertain-cnopl fundshould prove as" unreason- ed" that- this Legislature;voukisb"e ;call- able as- thrfeare toRailroads s'"- - -.. i -n- . i -t-r ' .1- -?'' !"' "cd together and ih&t' itivoul&.$eex f iBufvhenut i'ssecn that the:mpney. ?W-- pbcted of them that they would jtbtsupon -is" proposeuU'S. be loaned to Railroads T .- I-.ST.- .- -T ...---. -. ..---. 4" ... '-i.JVSf this; subject that every' mcnibprsgay n' suclf?rnianrier'as to ibrm.a safeand .$$" the subject his inoaUsgriousirhPiection. ipYo'fiVatjfe-iiu'estiTieirtVfoVcTitpufSiH. -t. The Governor no. .doubt. whenjMse.tmt the' samctime encourage --S2Tecouimended4he"' xe'ttpknembra1piife 'tfe...

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