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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 11 September 1851

"... . ......... -. i. ! i .! 1 1 i. ii i ii mii "ii" ' -u i.llL'gBaga?MM'l"f?w''TiT'W'i i' I I". -M - M K i 1 fr V 4 Mr h m H' . tf T-v A .Kal cob('HONS'AU7w!syK WmliltirlnWConnlSr Ttk1' Sanla Anna Eclipsed. Tlio following which Was sunt to the New Orleans Delta by ix real Jivo Span- iard certainly surpasses in bombast any of Santa Anna's entombing pronuticiamen- tos. TO THE SPANIARDS ! Jjlvo Maria the Second! FcilovCountrymcn : You know the just fate of those fifty miserable wretches of Lopez's band. You havo seen how you were treated last Thursday. Well then what is there left for you to do? Will you bear with folded arm? the nets of soma dozen drunkards? No! No! It is time to show these thieving Yankees that wc are not Mexicans who nllowed themselves for gold to be dishon- ored by a similar band of robbers under the name of an American army. Yes it is time that wc who havo been the con- querors of the Great Conqueror of the World should show them what wo can be with a band of ro...

Publication Title: Western Texan, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 11 September 1851

k . V x-fKB fii fa trffife ''5 r "li . - - IS raw I- i a to i "m V. WESTERN TEXAN LIST UK AGENTS. The following uarasi gentlemen fire rcijuesled oct ai agent for the "Wmtekn Texak." "V. U. Gordon Guadalupe county. Ttidf. P. CARTiitLL. Travis County. jjitit NicridLtos Baitrop. A. L. 'Vm Lagrange Fayette County. S. W. Fika Aiatagorda County. Benjamin Waits Jacken County. II. R. Carwcmv "Washington. J. n. RoatwririJii Independence. fl. M. AVMfKftL. iraoiia. A; S. Rlctfjm?DON Harrh County. u: Vs JorfmoN Galveston. 'Jims Clonic a do. O. C. Lcno Libirty Liberty County. Francis Huohs Nueces County. A. S. Thurmond Victoria County. Chambers Etter Indfanola. ft. W. Gljmcock Williamson County. Cap. J.L. Uu.i Houston County. "Wu. I Hunter Goliad County. Wm. H. Hunt Fannin County. S. G. NftWTOM Dallas and adjacent counties. C. M.Huonr Cameron Milam County. C. EaruftD San Marcos. FcRruiON t IIcslcr New Braunfcls. Joint Auruncc Columbia. Charts Ptrom Lavaca Calhoun County. Zcnar Naui Fredericksbur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 18 September 1851

E3B55 II s- & . sK-i u Wl.tK Bill II IIIHMW- II I I II I II I ! ! fr M IWWWW.II.laMIWWllliaMWllMllMiMiaillrtLlttlMWl. I HI. I I I ! - I I II III .. I I I.HI.II.M ! ! 1 T W PT -ri I HMHIIBI II I IIMW - ! ! I ii & T J A- I 2ffTlhf l! ' VOL. 3. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1851 mm : lit' I t il MfrtftWft lib fl . I rmr t y Chi : V WESTERN TEXAN. NATHANIETi IjUtVlS Proprietor. FvBscntPTioN Two Dollars per milium Vn advance Ttr three dollars nt the end or six mouts. Tot six months One Dollar and Twenty-Five Ccut. Advertisements Will to hiseftptl nt the rote of one dollar per annate for llio first mid fifty cents for each subsequent insertion for three mnntliM over three monllu twenty-five cents. Ten line or less constitute a square. A liberal discount will be in tide to those who advertise by the year. Announcements of Candidates for office fivedoltars. political Circular mid all cnmuiunieRtiunsofa pri- vate or personal nature will be charged at the same Tates os adver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 18 September 1851

EiiCJfcL r . & h H V V jsv ) rsr. .- 999 K A gj WES'TEM TEXAN. BAN ANTONIO: THUnSDAY.SCPTKMnr.r 18 1851. V'or Prc&ldcnt In 183f GEN. SAM HOUSTON Tun nniio or man jacinto. CiUSE ron Deino Thankful When we liear the wall of distress coming up from various quaUJrs of'lhc country In consequence of the 'drought and tits deleterious consequences In :nany'lnsumccs causing failure and want we 'Yhorild certainly feel like offering up thanks for the refreshing scaions and bountiful crops with which we have been blessed. Tew sec- tions 6r the country have becn'morc highly iavo'redthan this portion of Western Terns which will greatly encourage our ngrtculiu- Vlits to extend their labors andther season so as to supply mote rcgiona that may be less fortun- ate. As it Is sve shall proJuce but little more tixn will be needed for home consumption while portions of Eastern Texas will fall far -short of the home demand. Sot Yet Arrived. Gen. Smith Commander ofthls Military Department has been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 18 September 1851

Vt J J. Av . " j 111 . -w il ii' i ii r Jiunii ALi! ! . -ML n . i Meeting held by (ho Passengers on Board the Cherokee. At a meeting of the passengers on board tho steamer Cherokuc called to Ftnke into consideration the conduct of the American -Consul at Havana during tho itimoofithc imprisonment and execution ofCoI. Crittenden and his party at that place held on the 3d of Sept. on her trip 'from Havana to New Orleans on mo- Won Gen. J. Lane of Oregon Territory was called to the chair and Benjamin Lyons of Louisiana and Th. A. Aby 'of Mississippi were appointed secrctn rics -Ou taking the chair Gen. Lane brifloly stated the object of the meeting after ivhtch on molioui the chair appoin- ted a committee of nine to draft .resolu- tions expressive of tho sense uhcreof. Win. 11. Buford.ofTexasjDr. John A. Uoydquiu of Georgia; Samuel C. Turner 'of Mobile; C. A. Tweed of Sacramento City; II. W. Boyden of Snu Fransjsco: 'Geo. Clarke of New Orleans; J. M. Gilmore of Illinois; Charles Stewar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 18 September 1851

ft WESTERN TEXAN. I.13T Ol' AflUXTS. The following named gentlemen are mjucstoJ ci net as agent fur the "Wkbtkiin Tkxan." W. H. Gordon Guadalupe county. Titos. T. Oaktmi'.u.. Travis County. JAMt Nicholson BaMiop. A. L. Yaiu Lagrange Fayette County. W. ristiF.it Matagorda County. Br.Mmttv Wiiitk Jackson County. II. U. C-.nT.MKM. Washington. J 11. nocEiiTsov Independence. S. M. WEsruniTXT UrazoTia A. S. Ricninuso: Harris County. U. I). Joiinsov Gah'cston JvMns Caosic. tlo. 0. O. Lv.vn. Liberty Liberty County. Frincis Iluans Nueces County. A S. TiICrmokp Victoria County Cimmbkri Emsn Indinnola. O. W. GwirtcocK Williamson County. Cant. J. Ii. Him. Houston County. Wm. I.. Hu.NTnn. Goliad County. Wm. II. Hunt Fannin County. R.G. Nkwtov Dallas and adjacent counties O. M.IIunnv Cameron Milam County. C EuiiAiti) San Marco. Fcnrusosfc IlKsr.r.n New BraunfcK John Auhiinrk Columbia. CiMnt.F.a Tyros' Lav.ua Calhnun Couniy. 'knar Nahii. Fredericksburg. C. Munod. Castrnville. IlRiiutv Aims Caldwel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 9 October 1851

t i V 'I .1 1T ..... . VOL 3 SAN ANTOMQH IffiDiY OCTOBER 9 1851. MM 31r.hr flip V Awfej -Xffi I 1 'AAi3: J- uui - ih. r W.T7 i - i . ii ja& jMgSS .tti aTi- my Son" rt $ WESTERN TEXAN!. NATHANIEL LEWIS Proprietor. S rMT'3KL31!K.JVM:BH0 m StJBtcniPTlo.'? Two Dollari per nnnum f arfrantt or three dollars ot tlio end of Btxmoiiti!. Foraix months One Dollar and Twenty-Five Gents. . Advertisements Will belnsertcd at tlio rate of one 'dollar per rniunre for llio firat ami fifty cento for each isuWqucnl insertion for three months over three 'months twentyfive cents. Ten lines or less constitute iqunre. A liberal discount will be made to Uioewlio advertise jy ihe ytAt Announcements of Candidates for office five dollars. Pnlitlrnl Circulars mid all communications of a pri vate or personal nature will be charged at the same accomplished nnd intelligent as sheens his wife was wholly incompetent to the task of managing a household and when by the discharge of a worthless servant they wero fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 9 October 1851

j A& -r r?t t r M f ywpJf ii ill i yi' SSTEBN TEXAN. lUltSIMY BAN ANTONIO: ::OCTOHRII IR31. I'or President hi 185 2 GEN.: SAM HOUSTON TIIK lir.llO Or BAN JACINTO. l'uhllc Amuscntchts. Wo venture to say that lex? places can be fuuml of (lie same slza of Snn AhhififoV co entirely dcMttntc of nil kind of public ainupement or places of resort. V&ijvi'a .tliUtf Our citizens neither lack taste er'intc11rctAnri wc feel confident tlial we hare fhc talent and enterprise to furnish a different state of thing- If It could be called forth. As the evenings arc' getting to be quite lenglliv vhy can we not pet up something that will uflbrd more nimisqmcnt and profit than promen- ndfngour streets or engaging In common-place chil-chaj an a means of passing" off our tlmcl Why not organise a Lycctiuy and have debates m lecture onllie'varlous literary and scien- tific' subjects of the day? There ere quire a number Among us fully qualified to Interesting- Jy entertain apmnlitnce In this way one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 9 October 1851

r t " X f - 1- ' t jji - it h ?v WESTERN TEXAN ust ov agijntmT The following named gentlemen are requeued to kct as agents fortlio "Wr.srr.ns Tkxan" iM. It. LhWis Guadalupe County. Tuna. 1 CtuTMin.r.' Travis County. James Niuioiisn.v Hatrop. A. L. Vail Lajjtange "Fayette County. H. W. Fisiikr Matagorda County. Hcsjamin Wuirn Jackson County. II. It. Caiii'Mki.! "Washington J. U. Uuukutson Independence. H. M. WnsTKiiVKi.T Riazuria. A. S. lliufiuiiwot UauK County. 11. I). JmiN.sOS Galveston. JlMftH Ciuivican di. 0. .C. Lund Liberty Liberty County Francis liuniis Nuoits County. A. S TiiunMoND Victoria County. CiiAMBcna Krrnn Indian Point. G. W. GbJuiuocK Williamson County. Cant. J. L. Ham. llou-ton County. Wh. L. Hunter Goliad County. Wm. II. Hunt Fannin County. S. Q. Nbwton Dallas and adjacent counties. C. M. IIl'dbv Cameron Milam County. O. iituuno San Marcos. pKuaes-ns & IIkki.kii New nraunfels. JouV. Ad'riincr Columbia. CiiAitt.Es Pyuon Lavaca Calluum County. 'Zenas Nash Frederi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 9 October 1851

V .. f LV. '- y rV ; '"WrrI"" " $ ( f ' - - r ii6nr -. (l kugar Cleajistn Macnnic. We ycfttcrdnr witnessed on the elto on the eito ol Prcret'a old Cotton Press on Bnronno street tho operation of cleansing sugar by menu of11 IIurdM Patent Centrifugal Machine." A considrnble number of gentlemen were prcs. cnt machinists or parsons interested in the sugar business. The result of the nperntion was most satisfactory to nil present; nml proves beyond question the great importunce of tho invention lo our sujjnr planters not only in the saving of time but In the actual saving of sugar atld the improvement of its qu Hilly. The machinery is propelled by stcn'm. The process is ns follows: Tho tltirk mixture of fiugar and syrup just ns It.is taken from the Mignr-liousc coolers is placed in n cylindrical tub mudc of iron the bottom of which is tight but tho sides or circumference is pierced full of small holes which nrc covered over by n fine wire gauic. Tho cylinder is so nrranged that it cun b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 30 October 1851

11 c .' . r -fcj.ji i a- r ' . iLWpii -iiiinii iinVay "-B I -' " i. iii i.i - ' ! i in i". ?i ' i-ts z -ra-tt-i-s-: nvA;r-ni.i .. - -- ' "". " ' VHH Ml- .. 1 ...!iiil" l ' U 'J L ' . )' I "rnrrri - 1- ..i.uj- . v -" TOT I SA ANTONIO. TEXAS THURSDAY GCTOMlt .30 IbM ..;:..-.:.: 1NU ;Z ' ii " t w it W- i J - 4 If "f SAN ANTOMO TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 " rf . WESTERN TEXAN. NATHANIEL LEWIS Proprietor SoBiCBlpTtoN Two Dollars per'annum in advance it ihroe dollar ut the end nf six uiunti. Tur lix moulli "Oiw Dollar and TventyFive Cent. AdvkuthkMNt Will be inserted ot tlic rate of one 'ttollar per anuan for the first and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion for three month; over three t'monUt twenty-five cents. Ten lines or less constitute a square. i. A liberal discount will be made to those who advertise by the year. Announcements of Candidates for crace five dolllrs. . Political Circulars and all tomrtiUiiiiaUonsorn pri fl Tate or penoual nature will bu charged ut the atne rates a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 30 October 1851

r tK$r rf4 wm XAN. .1 NIO: )r President In 1853 ... SAM HOUSTON TIIC ItCUO OP SAN JACINTO. Job tYorltanlAdvertUuig.Wc have not tl:n? to ran ro.tnJt.v.vnanl hunt Job Work and aJyjriWnjajU in" fact we nritoo m htto bo tucceWnl In inch an undertaking but if those fl5trtn? Jiih:r'wt1l call down at thi Mill we pronto toaccomnio Jala them la asgooUtyle and on as liberal term as any office In Wcs terrrTcxa. If any doubts this statement why jurt let thetn give us a trial. - Ocxar niclungc. Mmn. "Lacoits 4. Denman have taken the new two story home recently erected by Mr. FUher adjoining the Masonic Hall ani have fitted tip a splendid liar anl Millard lUum Ij is decidedly the! moil plaasant retreat In the city. A they have a.fiae basement we shall expect to sie a Iter- tauraUopncd during the winter when their visitors will brj abb to "cat drinl: tnib mer- ry" all underthe same roof In Demand. V learn thai thcte is con- siderable demand for carpenters in this city which wc feel confihnt will b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 30 October 1851

i . l . r fi ij -4B i hi ... i wMmmmmwmmmwmwimm oALt Ur Tr.tfAtNINU In the Toll Omceal Ban Antonio oh Thrn ' UmlMHHeLBH -V""'-' -..... -r-- v . " H the city ol Sail Antonio. . t. H OOYS CLOTHING A small aeW iH maylM U3I u H H . IH Trom the Ualtlraore Sun. et(cUdtGQV.16YC lotho President ri a rS lno.Unlled Stales. very. Miipuriniu icuer u l for publi- .owe. It I and .nova. i a . -is Md. 15. 1851. Jits Excellency the President of the United-States: Sin: On my return to the Executive Department of this State to-day after a temporary absence I received semi-official statements of the recent outrages commit- ted in the State of Pcnnsylvnuia.by ntnob of the out-law? upon the citizens of Mary- land who were peaceably engaged in the assertion of their rights under the federal Constitution and the laws of Congress. Although I have the most entire confidence in the resolution of your excellency to en- force the laws of the land at all hazards and to the fullcstextent it nevertheless be- comes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 30 October 1851

Eis? sfe' i?W ! urn mm XAN. a SENTIMENT. of learning who makes no use Jti2 know? is llko n cloud thnt i.j rniu. A' tart temper never mellows with ae ami a sharp touno U the only edge tool thai grows keener with constant use. Deht U n liorso that U always throwing his rider. Foo's rldo him bar baoked and without a bridle. A woman offering to sign a deed the Judge asked her whether her hiMtmnd compelled her to sign "compel me" said the lady "uo nor twenty like him" Dumond cut Diamond. "My dearest Polly I nrn Mippriscd nt your taste in . wearing another woman' hair cm your liead." "My dearest Joe I am equally astonished at your persisting in wearing uuother sheep's wool on your back! At? old! farmer in Ohio who was nnx- fous to have his minister dismissed was asked the rcasou. "I have heard tay" was the reply that a change of pastors tnakeslui calves and Tin in for a change." A dandy remarked one summer day that the weather was so hot that when he put his head in a lutein of water It l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 20 November 1851

" 'it ft i1 i4 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS THUDAY I YOL. 4. 1 m 20 1851. - T.mnTirTVTT) on- 1 ori A 14. Jz .. ; ' aJwi U v JjjIVXJjJ to f.s lcs lie Von' hen-' f the dged r in' lifted )r re meats t will U. aL ' randy rdials( ulphau. PlcUlcs llacon ilnds ol n Mitt 27 tl 4h at th ii " it j ollccUonl f manner i tht; Gov y foreign. ubllc Do and Navj igalnfct'the rv demand pdrhigth .tiomcy 01 scaltifthi ngh and fa- us hjtcna ic diifercnt led to ihU rs if needed g the fullest' to those who are. llcinfc ' the cltizcm nllcincn vlic tcs of Con deemed ute vcfeiences. ul in all case. a by the na- hut moderate N'G.Att'y. nsion.P.O WESTERN TEXAN. XATIIAVIIUiIjIlWIS.'roiiricior. SenirntPTloN Two UolHrap tamium. in entrant? vt tlirt't dollars nt lltcem! ofulxnioiit. Fur six moiitlis O111 lMlar tnul Twenty PI vt- CVnt. Arn'EUTi"tKMKT Wilibriiiwrlw ntllii ratfni mic him r.uuin "" ' i" iii-ii. 1 ii'ii in ii" doltor pt-r Bfiuart' tor t'.ic lint ami fifty cents for cue f-nltsuqueiit uw'riturt for iltri'i mimtlni ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 20 November 1851

r nnw 'J ' ... Pt L. ' '! er ;rim? KJ " ' f I "Wk ik . Wf i.sbbhbsbw JF TEXim V (NTONIO: AiVVBMiuinao issi. v" rcildcnt In 18 AM HOUSTON lU rr SAN JACINTO. t&vsAl(IViy. We learn from the iHfW " c thai on Sumlar the mo $iti& eaf occurred between James rtLflbuenno ooioriovum. -. -- aTdemanl whfch' recited in the dea hof wnu a paiij u oilYere aooui iwe.v. miie u .- . . -. . . .m. ..... rnin. To brand cattle. A dispute arose about SlttltwfTttuliig which Martin accused nsnf 'caliltealing ami' manifested n tRwE? ft ""iirfei!: AVhUeinan d. iMw.ards'Mar- nd WaJ afloli It In the. UsoJ' t'T iii xpiwi. f i7?KHfiyV "car?tie rplUi w which rendcreJaf'f'"'1" urmcai. at aceonnd therHn("f h!4recovery er rrt i - v&ruatisas1 lviiif-JW have unfji nur VWe 'Conf of this rper wltlM'Whlpspefr pleaseeich'ange" h ire pleasrd" t J Worm t'WhFff that IhcVeA nrsuch paper hnri and e(beiieYb but oneyn tic Stntc. If the Vexau l.nwerI:ntour service. .:. -- ' yA'Y J JUcIlveH3!ae.-Bj!ivty7s termed VU.V"-1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 20 November 1851

' Ff ;V'3v.y . s i'MVv''U'v $ . -i t' 1 -vs 1 l - - t '4t Xit A io4or WWK y '& ft ery- 1 ;1 t b 1 V" .?.'J 1 t. i E&K99V Tfflff B9EMCE ' fkilST OP IiETTEHS -pGMAtNTNO In the Poit Office at San An Unit ea . JL ;jum Uct! 1801. Jiiirlin Win Mar-air Dr Mat! son Mr Mori in IMwnril Malbcry Gerhard MO re wood Thomaa Montgomery T U M far ha in Willlaii A McCIellnmlJohn II McDonald Stewart McManuf I Mc Newlon Fran McNutt Nicholas McNulty William Neuckom Metchaoa Nolan Thoma Oliver Henry Pacetv A V Pate Wm S Payton Win Pelleton Monr Pennell Dan K Peacock Jaraea Pound C 3 Puschcl AuguitM Itanzan Marie Rnymore Willard Kead Jame W Kewl Henry S lleyna Da Ant'a . Hettec Mons'r Rogers John A Itoer Mary O Uocliow Oenrga Robertson Wiler Rowley Henry Vf Houth Simeon 'j Rnckmnn Thomu ... Atcnin-oii DanU Alexander W Alllsott Joel Bailey II DC Haston tieorn' Bingham JntuiIX llram Uz'eU J trad ley Jaraei Drown Alex II town Wm lluttron Jacob Blair William Campbell Hon C Carolan Owen A Caratheia Sam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 20 November 1851

1 '" t&l I x J-'JM'W Jf 4 "" i . 1 V ') si j - TEXAN. D HYMN. wafuwiayi idWclayl inio ayi 1: 55ncc more eUhso'tffbpadj & m! Meat '12V '.J.' I II hour I ay-I twers i bovver c! . jffliMwpod I sand dyenl ItlrcrJmion slucnjk and illlitcil&g1 i;rtf rr tries. .fof Id! TX5tgstTt-nparrf;l'i thcms'ofthoCraffon the mum who A Avouldnot pay Hie Prlulcr.4 L.Mny ho beTshod with Miylituing and cprripellod to wander over. 't desert of giwi- May ho have fore eyv and a chet nut burr or an eyc-stoiic. Ify&tan Post. May he be fumlcncelc deep in u tin;;. tuna. iwui iu uu niuuieu w ueinii ity urn jioIcp Bait. Clipper. Mnyjio writhe under voluminous cnr?c " on Dr Slop Evening Post. i' . . S . ... . ... ' . may ins sorrows doiitiic daily nnd his jfnMcngthen in tho wmo ratio that his sorrows arc multiplied. Frankfurt Yco man.. May every day of his Jifo bo more dec potic than the Dcyul 'Algiers. Ar. Y. News. ' May he repose Ins wear imbsatnight upon a bed full of fleas' and iuhalo the odor of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 27 November 1851

"I yr-f. Xrt $& .pt " c. E3SSH! 1 (Vy-j.ffl YOL. i sak mem texas 'ij (. WESTERN TEXAN. l rT" J r7. i i 11.. ! . -Amf their characters and deeds n high deEree .usbnndmntffas n TwySvV 4? yi ! ftftna?t 'J? n li nhBeAty n. txefcisctl in '?r t'ii i S SS - $S8 ing ilia American character marking beftfic eiitfProv ftlffic&V hud to t.e -WPfcSf t'aBflkJ I 111 9 1 ' - .? 'V w .I f . fc '1 J. H. LYONS J. S. MoDONALD & CO i'ublhhtrs antt Proprietors Twoanda llairtlpaM In aix montlujiir Three Dllnrs If iiot paid until llie expiration of the year. One Dollar and Tweuiy.Pive Cents for aix moms. Hates of Advertising: For each square of ten lines or less first insertion. 8100 I-ftch subsequent insertion !:::::: 60 After thrrc montlis :: l :::::; 25 llustness cards ten lines or less perannum : i 1000 hot six months :::::::: j : : o 00 . Kor three inotithi : : t : i : t t ; : ; ; 400 column per annum changeable quarterly : 10o!(Mi few1! " . h " " S5 iVL .Cotim?e.nilycrl'emcnt"' hnndedln wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Western Texan — 27 November 1851

lit "V T7J 1j? A -l ' 'J. - I J iH5 ' Jgt' V cut Tyler who jut Inge the 3d that e 2J Dragoons who was I fifteen men on the lit rnilsh with a marauding ffwhd ihad been committing yoad between Fort Inpe on jflBnncan on the Rto Gran- JhenTfirst discovered were a mt and Immediate pursuit ted an hour and resulted Indians the recovery of untlihree children who had oy the savages. The chit re father mo'Ser nnd elder urdcredby the Indians three Jfe Indians being apprised of 'he troop' the pursuit was disadvantage. Lieut. V of much credit for his 'Ujafeh Laredo reports etwcenthcUlo rf wafts v? 1 "No Political Issues." "The two great' National parties hare no actlcal taucs to present In the approaching cs "npalgn." .re cut the above extract from one of our whig exchanges for the purpose of enquiring whether It Is really so. So far as wc have observed the proceedings of the meetings and conventions of the two parties throughout the country we had been led to believe that the old parly Issues w...

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