ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Texan Mercury, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 170 items from Texan Mercury, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
170 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 10 December 1853

sHE fTWP * * ? I fc9t' -US ► • * * > #• «I i '5B* • ?V :V áf .¿gKMR THB EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SEGUIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, DECEMBER 10, 18-53.' VOLUME ONE—XUMBER XII. S ift. r SYSTEM. resulted, from purely theoretical considerations, given you a brief one of the most important discoveries of modern which I endeavored to show times, and one which, from the manner in which ^.hundred millions of fixed stars, it has been made, ought to convince us of the has revealed to us, is the knowledge and skill of Astronomers, and of the Of worlds, in' all probability truth of the principles of Astronomy, 'txrtheonrf of which the sun is the centre jj ]¿as been discovered, by means of the spots in the j^mt communication, to give on their surface, that the planets, like the Earth, lecture on the solar turn upon their axes, and that these axes, like For if ted star is the centre of a: that of the Earth, are inclined to the planes of mht to tfte solar system, irf making their orbits, and consequently...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 10 December 1853

JSn& * 3? S0SSg i sr . C THE MERCURY CORRESPONDENCE i Mb. Editor: Before I seated myself to write, the latter part of this article was on ray mind; bat M that will occupy bat a small space, I will precede It by a few brief arid common-place re- marks, in reference to Texas, Seguin, and sur- rounding country, ^ No man «f any pretensions to judgment, can VisitTexas,>iew her extensive, fertile domain, see her advantages, without pronouncing her a great country. She is rapidly growing in strength, ift all respects. Intellectually, she is not surpassed by any State in the Union, in pro- poftion.to numbers. So few of her citizens can adt read'andante, that we say all can, and all hare Biblesl Her agricnltnral interests are de- cidedly progressive. Railroads arc being pro- jected, and citizens of other States are too famil- iar with the enterprise of the citizens of this, for them to snppoáe that jthis is mere wind-work. ' No sir, every thing is onward, and your distant readers, who...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 10 December 1853

te ■ m i!v rr- I* 1 ¿ r m V W 5 \ ; % Oemusv.—Departed this Ufe, on Thursday evening Anderson, of Segnin, aged i a native of the State of Virginia, i «boat two years since, for the por- tion. t On the evening of his [ a fowling, with a party of fonr or the prairie. Stopping near a pond, _j the parties had shot a bird, which fell in (of the company proposed going in after if, hfe gun to Doctor Anderson. He received gun in the same hand in which he held his oéá, and, by ■" means or other, one of the guns fired; tfce load pnaing np the side of Doctor A.'s face, inflicting ' He expired, without speaking, in about Í3C to an untimely end one of our most i citizens. "With a highly cultivated of all the high qualities of the ■ Anderson had gained the love of all who knew him. " To know him to love him." His attachments were ever strong, and me mote fidtbfal, and devoted to, his friends, never Ured on earll. He leaves in thfe community, and ever lived, many who will drop the r to his memory....

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 10 December 1853

v- GNOLU HOl^E. iveling abd Boarding Community. up and furnished our new liotel in a supe- rior aiy£ Ire are prepared to accommodate all who may favor us with a call Our table and liar are supplied with the best the country affords; our scry ants polite and at- («ofa'ti The stables connected with the hotel are will with provender, and faithftal hostlers. Those ▼ tall upon us may be assured that no pains shall tujg to render their stay agreeable. *171 IAD & CARPEXTEK. E- r Sovth*Western Book Store. NO. 66 G&AYIÉR STREET. NEW ORLEANS. IL 6. McGinnis, successor to John Ball, having pur- chased the entire stock of Books and Stationary belong- i iug to Hie lato Joba Ball, he will continue the Book and — ** * Hiñe at the old stand. ." « Gravier street. 3"to solicit a call from the old customers of til others wishing Books and Stationary jrtfce& ownnse, or to sell again.- To ooontry merchants, who wish to buy to sell again, ho can offer great inducements, having a thorough know...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 17 December 1853

"HÉr 1 «W9rí riZ r; ■ n i w - " ,e3!irav"'•;*i .. • - ** v H. TBTJRKE, EDITOE AND PROPRIETOR. -.áui.. i'v ■ . * - SEGUffl, GUADALUPE COUNTY, DECEMBER 17, 185:3. VOLUME ONE—NUMBER XIII. & a- ; • Á. THE DOOR IN THE HEART. bt .mss t. p. townsend. V She wasa stern, hard woman! Bat away up a many wur of winding stairs in her heart was a door eajjly passed by, and on that door was written Woman.—[Boz. " Aid so it is with the dhmkard. Faraway ttp a ¿real many púr of winding stairs in his heart is a door, and and on that door is written man. ««And we most knock at that door q|pe, twite, seven times—yea seventy times seven, it majr djjen unto us."—[John B. Goagh. ie was nn old man. Not so old either, for that marred his cadaverous visage hot the autograph that Time's fingers had 1al$ there; and the hand that placed npon the low table the well-drainéd glass did not tremble so with-the weakness that age induces; yet very and very wretched looked the sole object of that with , its red curta...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 17 December 1853

n ■ tiste ■nr.:# 5r, 'j ñ; ir. : ^ \ ■J 'I- ■ ^ , Qossaus Cocstt—Immigration'.—The beau- tVnl weather we are now enjoying is very mnch ■ to tile advantage of the overland immigration to 1vim The roads are in a fine condition and provender for cattle is- abnndant and cheap, while to a refined and cultivated mind, the rich aad varied scenery through which a greater por- tion of the routes from the crossings on Red liver to this part of the country pass more than compensates for the length and tediousness of * the journey. It is i:rue that at this season, " the Maddest of the year," the great fertility of the , soS is aot so conspicuously .exhibited as it is vrhBS tfte eirty spring calls forth the vegetation iu rank luxuriance, hill-side aud valley are clothed with brilliant flowers, and the sweet eoé& wiMT wanders soothingly over the sunny prairies anc manners amid the boughs of the Sáadbwy forest Then, nature is preparing the work for her children's hands; in the faithful perform...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 17 December 1853

* .i* sntf. 64 * "J i ' ♦ ¿ % é VA® reportiof the committee with regard to the A frill, «inflar to the one they e sections of land to the amate: ■ Committee Room, Dec. 5,1853. H.R. Runnels, Speaker of the House of . > on internal improvements, to 1 two bills " to provide for the i of the Mississippi and Pacific Rail- tméf and also a bill "to incorporate the Atlan- tic and Pacific Railroad Company,9 have had the nuae under consideration, and have instructed me to report the accompanying substitute for ail time of said bills, and recommend its pMMMv The object contemplated by each of ■kid biBs ■ the same—the construction of a rpflraad through the limits of Texas, designed to form a link in the chain of a road from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, andlthe bill which your, committee hare prepared ^nd presented wSl, if wactfohed by the honse, most likely attain {he desired object. This bill authorizes the oeustnmUon of a first class railroad, with a or double track, altering the Sta...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 17 December 1853

v. ,-rV m YA^EE.—PEKIINACII V. amns.ng occurrence is quoted Bremer, iu her late work on Amer- from the lettera of Mrs. Child, and gives illustration of a prominent feature in fcbaracter. The adyeaturoas joath >' was thé brother of the honorable B • ■- i >4-' •* 'T' < > . Somner,pDe of-the present senators in msettd. Instead, how- unmediatelv to this country, as -' he porsned his travels in the home in the ill-fated with Margaret Fuller Ossoli, and in the wreck of that vessel off shore of Long Island. The date neti was about 1837, when George M. .Dallas, since vice- was our minister to the Court of Russia. Omday, a lad,'apparently about nineteen) himself before oar ambassador at St. He was a pare specimen of the adkee—with sleeves too short for his trovers half way op to his knees, and hands pkying with coppers and tenpenny nails ' Heintroduced himself by saying; itto trade, with a few Yan- I want to get a sight of the A '-rs ' • - w! I so:>nacb%s oar pr \ In a short t...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 December 1853

SEGUffl, GUADALUPE COUNTY, DECEMBER 24, 1853. VOLUME ONE—NUMBER Xlt* * .4 V NAVIGATION. «JM.] . Maury in Europe; the juat held in Brussels; at "Southampton ;*and o. 1, 350) of the between Colonel Sabine, Doctor Admiralty, combine to notice, of the proposed jbint in- the ocean desirable, if not neces- Maury, so long ago as 1842, con- I that it. would be uaefál to science if the tof vessels could be induced the'beat of ti s, and for a ice. Ma- terials, nevertheless, slowly grew in bulk under ¡ ^í¡ be compared the information which he i with older logs; and at the end of six his first practical discovery; ... '■ heads. They a hundred tines were bya person who over old , to get a sailor new route; for wedded to tradition than were near the it setting to sail ; and the the Une in i. He had joptead of xunr or poring of V> A. <•! 4t %• f *• • ♦ & K it was I) "why" that could seje no .aiked m 'many idMteft- service was shortening at Ta- rante to Califica. He suc- ceeded la reducin...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 December 1853

.i'1 «A* ÍCEl „V '/■v .o;-t 1 ay- ' t t: I have taken r^j ^feat fór the your attention to an «vil $t lis, and which might be ' legislation: The fogress of Mcx- us* or, in other words, froa Mexico,, is greatly to the Chose vagabonds, or ittale from their toasters, ;* and are received here as as such. Any attempt their Masters, would be te- ring been brought up in ignorante they, of course, "know nothing of ffcges of a fceeman/ The wüd horses is resorted to\by theonost , as a means of support; failing in this, i robbery rwbrted to. Others lead in the «anchos and tofrns, iñity offers. These hare been known their owners; and they .pass which can be a horse, or a mule, to benefit. It is a fact, Well employed by Americans to the otter side of the Rio A few days since, a young man was robbed, on the Attascosa. From being tied, hand and Jbot, abd pieces óf tortillas being fojnd Where they eat, I h^Ve not the least doubt bat what they were Mexicans who committed this base aad barbarous act T...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 December 1853

which he low tates. om m Úiei«w of robes, the Crystal , gloves, hand- Cambrics, jáco- haberdashery, of lot of embroideries o ofmuslin sleeves, in every veils, mnslin bands, collars, capa, etc. etc. (both in kneedle work,) eaps, gloves, etc. of late importation and have at very low _ PauUlooneries, factory to Planten' stock,. comprising blankets, kerseys, i, plain and striped linseys, 3-4 to and sheeting, flannels, woolen all of which the subscriber of the trade, and of which e* such terms aa will be satis- bnyers, having every disposition to the conn try interest, t low prices will fflrtrr' their, trade A.' B. JAMES, .Orleans. / durability and stitch is itself, and all All persons fair'.stitch anrtrtlg been; at great pains and adaptad by & inventors and the machine oat of repair Oró the the utmost facility , and abo upon work, from the and right to ose, to sise and style. ■j" !■ O' ■ m anow the i .country who strictly Price System" in. selling Some (en years since, with the of s...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 24 December 1853

<c '¿.op ?#-r- >" leí following remarkable it of the convers- ant! him at St place in May, 1817. f, says O'Meara, after léaviug ¡ra spoke about Russia, and said itittas would yet find tliat he, adopted the best possible pol- whftahe intended to re-establish of Poland. This, he observed, have been the only effectuál means of inereasiBg power of Rossis. It I a Earrier^ a dyke, to that fonnida- think," lie added, " that I shall it, bat yo may. Yon are in the * 1 expect to live thirty- yon will see that the invade and take India, or loor' bijndred thou^nd Cos- its of the dapart, and When Paul you, he sent to' me for a \ sent him one, with m tie Poles to the tad not merely subduing the greatest step Jfy opinion, is, that he or the other of the and I think the last that the dis- had not such a graad under " returned Napoleon," flN ««* -v* truth and natural prevent prevent it. The Leaf Befoue the Wind.—How the wind rattles along the all but deserted streets, scar- ing home the laggar...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 31 December 1853

7 i, ' *' "* tv ■'vri"í ■• Wm .-hi.' S&w* ■ ' v* • * Oí ^ 3 Pffl RIETOR. SE&UHÍ, GUADALUPE COUNTY, DECEMBER 31, 1853. ¿pi OXE^SCM VOLUME m M ? 3p at least Z&fOj ■ v •^?£j l the religion of the world, force, ytthoát power, without . *< I' :*;V- and, in ' - • v "" agreeing under this variety, as to show that the accounts had one real transaction for their common foundation; often attributing different actions anddiseOTirsesto the person whose history, or rather memoirs of whose his- tory, taey profess to reiste, yet actions and dis- courses so similar, as very much to bespeak the same Character; which is a .coincidence, that, in such writers aa they were, could only be the consequence of their writihgfrgtt fact, and not from imagination. The Cotjmje.—There was a laboring man, whobnilt.á cottage for himself and wife. A dark gray rock overhung it and helped tO keep it from the winds. When the cottage was finished, he thought he would paint gray like the rode. And so exact...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 31 December 1853

* tí? v ai ANÍM^RCURY tlXG, N. RDsAY MI BüCHA i, ai* Bíei«r continues •4 ¿ terms: on per yeaK' Jn advanea.. ¿M...... 4-. j % 2 m - Ttofltm^v^e ^ Z90 Hjr" • If unpaid, w<i}£iu the year 4 0ft Xó subscriptions will be taken for a less time than one ualesa by pptaial agrncprirt.. ^ r • All dues may be rtmit^d by mail, in available notes, at the ritk of tbe editor. The postage of all letters must be paid, to insure Attention. tkrmá of advertising :, fines, or less, for the ,y cents for each subsequent one; A- will be made, in favor of those who advertiré blf the yéár. The number of insertions must they will be inserted until forbidden, and 4«t*^«dmgly. Professional cards, (per annum,) rfífcrt ÜBPS, or teas, ten dollars. <• , All advertisements the publication of which is required by Um, must be paid in advance. - - joi) work executed with neatness and despatch, which ; must bf paid for on defivery. lo do a XJfE. TEXAN MERCURY. SSOUIN; SATURDAYf DECEMBER 31. T Jff' * * . ' ' We publ...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 31 December 1853

^ ■ Km i - • ath of ;fi front Mh Charles Tom tod tbeab> lnpecouaty. i invite , to our proposal ; it might be a tuat- , by way of Induce- * jn of aaniTerái^r •whole property,- dollars,—and 1 to, post n h if you take the i-i'aarHXb as ^ y-T i and labor for ien,cor- cfour wold be ob- ition in our -_j'"to say; bot this give as willingly it, in accordance B Hie most favored 8|>ot As we have said, small, the property may a university for half of this * *¡i time will require: and it ¿be Vi r>. l" i, by eárly enact- locatioa of the university of • western Texas, at Sepin, and by the lands already for that object; and ■■ . «ÍM&S Ob the Wenty-eeventh by A. G. Martin, esquire, en Campbell, /all of Guada Reverend ^Jna S. McGee preaches in the Methodist church evíiy ¡frst, second, «mi third Sabbath in each month. Services commence 10J, a. m. Itntenl'W. H. Dunn, of the^ Protestant Episcopal Church,will preach regularly. at the male academy, on and fourth Sabbaths of each month. =fci=...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 31 December 1853

V t' - .< armas i _>jn ■ iKos^t-We wi '"kj?/EV< tSW®«! át me* into >,tip stairs c' ooce áíMW^y thinking and toil' skie-headed affair; frontispiece, was iron in two, as if they oaten straws. *• a fiercelirtle thing, with a sort of mechanical '—Was boring square a wheels, three inches corner,.a device; about as ieces of puncturejpaper' patterns ;f t « KÉ - ¡i a . «re \*L SÜS1 pa r C*"~' K5^ePH j : <>i A" u J * VV. m , was a machine ip, and rough boards ready for for some body, queartoachines were busy, thingsin all sorts of ways; afid sharpening and sawing, ¿room by itself, as if it would the grand mover of all these V . . -tit ■ ' • "b. J.. - Ill " [distance from tye genius we r, perrhape tot keep it Msk; wa$—moving an backward/qpd forward polished and glittering; tting by a table passes his al0n^ the smooth surface of Beer and Qakerjr Shop-Cofiee h«use. The subscriber is at all times prepared to feed the hungry, and give drink untó the thirsty; having con- stantly ...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 7 January 1854

m TEXAN MERCURY. % H. T BURKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SEGUIN, GUADALUPE COUKTY, JANUARY 7. 1854. VOLUME ONE—NUMBER XVI. * % ADDRESS, eaqnire, on St John's ft, Mm Garilhpt Lodge, No. 109. H- .V / tad brethren: This day is at ibe birth day of John the Bvan- unent Christian Apostle apd a veher- of Ffn Masonry. It furnishes the flor the convocation of our Order We meet to honov of John; to discuss our common ~ iods; to declare our principles; ourselves from the aspersions of i It la pustomary on occasions like this for the speaker to detail the history of our Order, from its inception, through its dttBcaitfes, op to the present time. In jrasmsgtto com lwhM> to intsrest the feelings and ' of an audience. The extreme i origin, its severe trials and pen- its triumphs over bigotry, ignorance, tion, all these form fit subjects for I most be excused, how- i, from altogether following the beaten We hare important interests at stake tatSgreat game of life now «laying; we hare important parts...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 7 January 1854

Hot■ AND FOREIGN ITEMS; „ lial bw* prorogued ni£H Janu- of anv uroittent bad been Iteúrt) from had bew W)mj)let«rl between Frunce guarastceiftg tlft integrity of Tnr- u ' and Áüstriá held large forces vhicli to Hungary, v tkes from the East Indies report all tlie 3lahomuiedans China are every where sucr • invasion is reported. c, Dec. Us—A letter received here I atates that joáng-Soalé, the sod of minister iu Spain, and aaattaché of the legation, while at a ball, gWen by the French at that court, made an assault on of, Alba, the brother-tn-law of the of France, the attack was provoked remarks made by the to the dress of Mrs. Sonlé, s young man. The elder Sonlé i separated the parties. Great 'for some time ifi the ball- \ Soulé subsequently challenged ' AJha, but the latter declined to fight, treaty between England and France left it at the option of Austria, and-Frnssia to become paztiea to it Prussia chums the right to act as may best suit her interests. . It is stated that conside...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 7 January 1854

V ■' . Jl tnrem tor Rent, Sanare. & FERRYMAN. W.PEIRCB, EAW ARTIST, PERCE & BR., AUSTIN, Hall, above Sheffield & Oliv- life-like pictures of such of vicinity, as wish them. He is 'fin the art, and most skilful art- OB,—This is the A ost art, and one in which wc of, and Which no one in lile most discerning eye the miniature on ivory, the snbstance fade: , _ which Nature made." j«re respectfully solicited to call Notice. a ted administrator deceased, by the county, at the October term all persons having claims t then* duly authenticated, by law, and all persons in- > to make immediate payment. ADOLPH IWONSKY. -Dec- ** 1853. ' d316t Gitsiic Lufta Safe, Ckeap, pw: Wuruty Title. ;Y, 1854; THREE six acres, rooms; kitchenf suited to rent, or far of this property, over $2000. COUNTY. ELM FORK OF SANDY. _part of V. Bennett snrvey. Soil, rich, stock-water—abundant; well lire oaks, in close proximity and for graáng purposes All near line of Mex- Death can be, and has been, pre- ...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 7 January 1854

MOL DO-WALL AC in A. The distinguishing characteristic of 3Iol<lo- Wallachia being the absencc of cities, traveling is not very prevalent among the people. It is trae that each principality possesses nominally a, capítol, and that Bucharest and J assy contain a considerable agglomeration of inhabitants. Hot !i these places, however, though they exhibit some tendencies to civillization—though tliey put on fragmenta of French costume as the savages put on the inexpressibles of Captain Cook—are little better even uew than vast villages. The true life of the Dannbian provinces is in the country —in the plains that stretch from the banks of the Danube toward the Krappacks and Dneis- ter—out amidst the fields where grew, probably, the corn which made the bread we, sitting here at breakfast in London, have this day eaten— ont into the forests that furnish the wood with which Constantinople is built—ont into the dis- tricts where nien live like moles in the earth, and whore yon may ride ...

Publication Title: Texan Mercury, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x