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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 29 July 1854

■# "VALUABLE WARES OCCUPY BUT ilTTLl É ^ A C Bf! '* . , f—-- ■ i - . 1. SAN ANTONIQ, TEXAS, JULY 29, 1854. * -•* SS ,11 Hf* « NO, 16. j. p. THE ALAMO'STAR, IS rVIUtflttO KVCftV SATIKDAT HT skwcomo 4- k. j. lambert. + k. j. ofict on solidad street. m SELECTED TALE. Fra>m the4% (ieiiiiMoi the Went.1' A NIGHT AMOKC TUB WOtVES. BY J. W. HUBERTS. (Conclusion.) I had progressed about a mile, when the dis- tant howl X so greatly dreaded to hear, cam echoing along through the night air. Of a beasts, moires are most to be dreaded, because ~ot .their numbers and daring. Roaming in more sprang up before me. Oh, horror-, it was but an ignis faluust and 1. was on tjfes, very margin oi a swamps boggy and mir^r to the last Uegree ! I stoppe#ímroedíately, wto go further was instant death; but the relentless wolves paused not." My God! what am 1 to J" broke from my lip*, as the awful doom to hteh I « was exposed stared me in the face, "tbén something—it seemed more like jl voice than thought—said...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 29 July 1854

p>. & ^ « % «* i HW AÍ# ¿ *. ^ Jt «* ¿I election todo with the «lection of Clerk efthe _ <hs tbiei^ of iD fmiiiMit, or 111 / I Mr W itM { mVhmv m« b mI; accountable to Ood and bl o*a eonaeianc* íbr Ma conduct. OeedTih* Pfime object* of foreroaMSI ¡I to preveut-nenftva p«nain( our coo rw of con- SMgg[ «fe becoming troublesome ^hprpmrps ja^tr '--iiiiiii *li itifaii : i .i' o. nun ■ WA «•!«• *r. beta*ta> to Mr. N. A. week of eonwmptlon. 0 if Cx rolan is for many nlty, and since tbe "«ale of intoxicating if qaors In less^uantities thin n qu§rt,"produ- CM M much wrong, H <« tbe doty of ttieforero- SMIj !•«• any connectlooNflib tSé aéatn and prospects of Hit Sin Antonio nnd Mexican Gulf Railroad 1 No4 not the remeHll. Tbe San Antonio Ledger a /rrrs* ant i: railroad Jour nal wh^ch hae been pouring oat fe íb< invective* on tbe contractors far soma lime, in the Ja i issue endeavored to convey lie ero neons idea thai ihia elect ftp! weald decide whether the people will any ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 29 July 1854

w¿: . Hohr often do we see reeorted tie occurence of bloody Mpvéere nntf fhtii aflfrayn, and (rom whence tóAvjr emeoatc aa a general thing l Why from mm grocery, or gambling >bop, where men iiMtíeilcé, waste away their aub- iíhhií and rtcfclml} fill lato crime. On last Saturday night at a gambling aod drinking establisment, two Mexicana getting mto üghtt the unfortunate one of the two who now lies at the point oí death, got the best of hi* antagonist, wheá he waa assaulted by sev- eral other*, aod ia,tryingto make his escape was stubbed by an unknown hand. This is one Yoa^M*& joMk'titg* mm, wkm tmy- thing it sold, Willi crowds of grave mntrone, aad troupe of . bright bell Atl hastening to Ifliirtli Ktetul French Bonnets, the Gloves and The, The Reticules, 'Kerchiefs, the Shoes and Lace Falls. The bejfutffuf garments all made in best taste, For misses or boys. Too need be in no haste rftWtfcMMMl of «Maula* fend brawl! thatoe~| • y*r toar ibrou«h tfee horn*, abwdaaee b cur abou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 29 July 1854

Aulooio. Tela# ■m i i- '--XL Mi. $& tap M urn* tra, ere if ooe- •tydkafedMd 0* ff*r. . i ' v, #« H tlrn far beMH. 99 much to say ■•Í'j¿jfX'*'rA'-.'' ■ •■' :••""*-• day. l :i lisM" ># irC ■* f *mm I Eejp« as«aU shirt col- Auooyr election. y or Dlatrlet Clerk* re are authorized to announce J. M. iH a* a candidate for re-election to the oMa of District Clerk it the ensillos A«- (UK election. . ISrWe are authorized to annoonce J. S. McDONALD, a* a candidate fur the office of District Clerk lor Bexar County, at (he ensuiog August election. ~ For Cfelef Jusitee. , ire authorized to fnnotince R E- fS as a candidate for the office of (tar county, at the ensuing I© announce JOHN candidate for Chief Justice the ensiling August election. authorized to announce CHAS, as for reflection, for V at the next IftOCK. XtrUOLESáÉM and Retail W HummelV new building, Texas, ILtf. Texas, San Antonio, BATH BOtlSJ*. The auhscribcrrespectfully announces to th* citizen of $an Antouio, that he has ttote...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 5 August 1854

THE ALAMO STAB _ '¡i ; - - ^*1' ' s M. -r- VA L U A II L i: \VA H F, 3 OCCUPY II U T LITTLE SPACE! ' VOL I KAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, AUGUST 5, 1^54/—- . .NO. 17. ——Ml— J P. i Mí: \LV i.0 suit, M l'Í xyi\;o\rt # it. j. j,A\iru:¡rr a v n ' ,S" /# / ' The mechanic. Spark ■i V«* it IV, ,i(J j/Hi ** • f earth, from th- ^rrat «nvtl thnt -ax thomand vim* ago tan# ; with ill • giant s! uk>'K of Tubal Cain. Hpaik* Itt;ti u ill transmit i! ♦- r light through «II time, and glam heavenward from the •tíores of cwr nit v The ant a ml Intl.* bee*, build their home* ; lheiflMflv.*s—fm! and I ibor ts i! eir pottioiv and i what |ittlf i r atore is Hi r«* of the in «a int t "tor IJ thai bear* a bat r p-n • i|i ng the ease f$ving ¡ 9S'n n of t'SO t! iWv ] Mankin I nr. prone to praise in other* what ihey do a <t di u- -\v«* >•a -ti.v. hut pructo-ing | it theniM* ve to. v* praise 'oil oihei* hot tht ir ¡ own hum' !. ^ Ivr*- .ml >o it i - i¡i ngard to la- i bor, thev like t t «o-e others «-oik and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 5 August 1854

3#- COJHM { The Sur | i of politici! eootri t lh rough the Woe exp CO MM ?T NIC ATE D. tbe horizon miking it* way ~pca?e and harrnd- 8 a* Ks r >*-. it>. Augu«t 2nd 1854. Messrs. E/tíotf — 1 bare freer for the I ivo cr three tmtti* <>t j< ur puffer, that you have turn.ed to a umppi.-.np# heef. which —; 2*~— Jpy. Wcsce at4h* f*ye^iiin^rmp gplitting * kAyÉRKT, Eiltort* ^ jnJ(J p4rtjeii) drawgpg political line* between \ «n nJy jl*ém |^| , pinion is the mo*t n«'Me purpose J i J IffgtSj IftiL them, cultivating and cbffislling telling oí ¡ if c,,uld be devoted. You have oiwn the neo- ~ w - . ^ 3*. ^Aalikk I.k# f • Lr A 1 • hatred and resentment; delh not look !i*e j pj,. (ttuur three warming*, but as the ligkl of « bave^ removed oar odtee from the í ihe btppiacs* that uugbt4tí^KÍUmñ Irce coan-1 ^w.nj ^ but 0{lC), ,norf ^ ^ aflke, Mrs roo® behind the * OU Vera-1 try, but party spirit muj/ exist where men .ire ; fij, jArkueHfil uf intem|*rance, before the die tte spot where M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 5 August 1854

BLBCTIOV RETURNS. Below we five' ii e election mains as far as heard from i Precinct No. 1 .—For District Clerk. John 8, McDonald— «. .. 159 _ John M. Carolan #. 1 Jó District Attorney. Malcom G. Anderson 121 George H. Noonan r. 11 Frank Egan. 143 George C. Saunders «. 18 Fot Sheriff. William B. Knox 179 William R. Iftniy ..115 For District Surveyor. G. Schleicher 140 James J. Giddings...,.... .112 For County Treasurer, James H- Lyons ...121 James Devine. 104 . C unty Clerk, Bam Smith 177 James Truehart i)5 Assessor and-Col Hector, Charles Lytle ,189 - Jose Maria Rodriguez . .100 Justice of the Peace, C. Jeefferson,....... 85 C. Garner 5*2 Samuel Hall 75 Precinct No. 2—District Clerk, JohnS McDonald, 10R John Carolan 157 For Sheriff, William William Henry * ............ .,181 Collector, Charlea Lytle *.. 107 ■ Jose Maria Rodriguez 100 * * - District Surveyor, Gustaros Schleicher 153 James Giddings 106 f County Qlerk,í 8am S Smith 1 r i James L Tru< hart. . 121 Chief Justice, Rueb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 5 August 1854

= ii ft * lii Mh'.iii nrnmm • Own -mi "sFi gp—v • sr ••'' . ¿ 4 asopaa to rtt STAB 8PANGLKD BANNER. •A. .. #4 ¿ tk; * - - ' t ^ram c*c^ freedom's r«Nbi kraee, í proed glory jr«Mre« . > when from the death dealing -r T .-•■'• -,M. ll SB cm by -onr sirs* ? ictorioasly beam- early «i* btrijchf > ougb thatperilous puny ill tullitas of íftemea now sweara ii «hall tin, r' term? oftyrant*, upborne by the brave. ^ of the East, oq that broad ¿lassie iNf Bat le of Austria bowed lowly be- thee (9 bright Stars and Stripes was un- ~ to tins brees . broad sci meters dashed 'neajih ■1 is of the «)a«e J J>rooreo*ertke ware, Bat fell toihe earth a* the nod of the brave,— i the Mars beamed tco bright, for the tyrant's 4i«i sight, With thy Stripes, from their peri- PrortEmM* , float on, o'er eke land of the N«óth r*li«il sully thy beauty or rend thee a* Tbeoppcwi Milis of earth thy protection sha) I m m,nnhmt: of the Free, and their death deal- lender, ill America's lama her eitfeens claim P'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 5 August 1854

I • 1£That ¿n fieri The cursed licence system is now defunct, thai it the licensing* of grogshops h extant. V-Umg sought after afcfc long wished for, i on the f*< of being brought about The grog-shops, wfcich bythe act o£ Legislature, sanctioned ami adopted by the unanimous voice of th (^people of Bexar, will wn be closed against the deflating portion,J of oureommnatty to the bitter djUappuiuimea1 of rutnsellers and rum.drinker*. Xhc great t'ra^ns of crime and disapatioa k now closing, and the certain wilt soon ^Mkf^tio from our iiighi the Éfawlyt ¿fa& ri M'enet which hay? been itoccesí«ively bsow ta our #iew, throwing the dark shadow of misery across cur jntihs, blighting and wither- ing all human fiappineas. A new sccnc will to our eye*, clothed in the robes of peace, muocenee, comfórt andhappiness. JWThen lirit rays oi'ttye new sun burst upon us, doling in our hearts new hopes, new prospects, and new aims, with the freshness of the morn we w$lf start anew on the journey of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 19 August 1854

■*: .'>■«§ i J j i|i iifii riii.iflij^ 11 h \ & wm*m ' :*W 'i'v^'.j't.aiVí'i'1 ¡mu Mffniifta tm ' /f OiyjU'■" i*v H yy S* -. '«a.--. iful V A I; XT A . ¿s; ríT*• .;. .; i,-. , Mi® Sexist* MpFHH*; ■■■■■■> y, „I„ ■■ yn>y , TEXAS, AUGUST 1 mmmm the Atino mu, ,JS Pí'Sl.lHUKI) (W KVk.lt Y ATUHOvt ÜY JAS. P. NEWCOMB &ROB T LAMBÉRT. Office on Sflt$dpA Stftti of fu*, ^uu knowt hawaa' ?*pety ': ,.v¿j Uhí quít^get out, now don't yott-- 1 reafiy wKh you. wonldn't! Oh S quit—will You know you ought ta shouldn't. Ran—41 What do you call right cheap ; <lu you name ¿thousand dollars ai y oar price V' Man—"What do you mean, ttflfldolph ; you ' * J list ma Ran---"That's not the qiteatfbn, just say you wiTftake a thousand dollars for your Interest and give me the power of attorney with a quit claim, to all your interest and the money Is yours,'* Man—*'Randolph, you know, and I know that 1 am poor, hut I am Lonest; 1 will not take a gf& Give your favors to those who eanndt Ther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 19 August 1854

.guuglJU'l. lifl WP—ITi l« authorised lotetii ¿tFort Smith, Ark -The San An- («í |MÍv<mkout fftrlp* f%mr$dáf mar*. What Mil t . who *oiíd igiíoit the lieeiN Üw wosid 4o well lo see that it is enforced agitad lake, let* get a quart fyW> hare bad several refreshing showers lid week, which was much seeded to la a sew bridge being hoik over the cotton wóods. This is what sen dole long ago, it would have ««log to the city to the amount of sev- dollars. The bridge lo be built still continues to be very scarce i wagons are arri ring daily from Baa- trap* the larga number of booses being built thiaaeaaoa is the cause of the scarcity of this article. *Jm m on your armor, boys, for the Governor haa ordered out ate companies of t's show the Injines how to be- over the walls aroond our new and spacious oflke, one day tast week, we iijiBly lit «pos something wrapt up in an M placo of oie&§^ eaogbt faold oi it,?uiled flit Jar a wttk on ike horizon of oar Jppea and thea disappear like so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 19 August 1854

i I lake this method of CO . op. 1MN ki« been no excitement since the rieetioaof «y conscience. We caaaot tell frtwWii District Attorney j m it xnajr be o* intern** same of your readers I will mm. dawa tome of the meh elected. Mr. A. B. Mc- Gill was re-elected ta the office of County Clerk aa opposition. Joba B. Costa was al^ bo re-elected to the office of Probate Judge Mr. Frank Brown ¿selected District Clerk ; bat what is better that all, the license law has been defeated. This «hows a great inclina- tion oa the part of the citiñens of Trsvis Co, to stop the advancement of the wretchedness •raused by liquor. I hope the day it not far distant when not only our ct unty but our noble State wiH be rid of this great distroyer. There it a goodly number of pretty girls here; the young men of this city would do well to get up a debating club or Washingtonian society, There is a society of Good Samaritans in this city, which, I belief is doing well. Adios, ROLLA. We hear that great prepera...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 19 August 1854

PAI8 mz: Sv-i. - JO* tfil Mt, ié Ifltoíffible. ti K Plp éañ of i&t yole/ j&áfa P4pa, i t)r ( have this On the floor; it is your tailor's bill -Mjn "#400 for roar Iast year's clothes." '•*- ^^ki£^-Tdml go lo bed, and learn ferápi y^tii father whin tie Is talk- Tea, as I «ra* saying,Mrs. Pipkin* with bpibctr end of the joke; and it is there was a little retrenchment here; mast be dispensed with. lease* sir;' there are three basket foe ftst come for you, and four box. I|j|llfipía I1TIÍI you plea*? lock that door, Mrm f^pWorHM J oan get a chanca to*ay what: 1 have to aajfc to you on this subject. >'.*iwaa thinking to^4ayt*tiiat you might dispense with yd^r|Í^íe^¿oa% and take care oí the tíatjt yourself, '' to <f#nYer¿ ¿uch except night*; and since J're slept alone up stairs 1 can't h*ar the mj^j&all; it i* really quite ate- life&Hbat «hild'JRiiCft & a nee feet ear-splitter. J think I shall get you, tol| to take charge of th# marketing and providing, (On a stipu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 26 August 1854

VOL. 1. "valuable wares occupy but little 8 pace! f*■ SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, AUGUST 26, 1854. NO. 20. while under the great willow on the ba and watched the little waves so tes m TUB ALANO STAR, m published on kvkhy •aturday by j the stream Jas. P. NEWCÜMB ¿Rom't J. LAMBERT. ¡ busily dancing along—and he wondered why : Office on Solidad Street. they were always in such a hurry. But the j t---—tf——■milii_i i.i j .. . ti . . . r.i •„ I wavelets could not speak to him, and so, after ¡ or I FAXN Y FEB * DEPAKTMBXT. THE IDLE ARU ALWAYS UNHAPPV* looking at the snitt current a little longer, Robert picked up some little twigs, and stand- ing on the bridge, amused himself by throwing tiiem into the brook, and seeing how quickly th *y would corne through on the other side.- "Oh dear mc!" sighed little Robert Blake, as he leaned his head against the window and looked out—"I am tired of playing arid tired T* an<^ * Cau 1 ü* au>'lhiil2 c^e to But he was soon tired of this ¡«port, and resting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 26 August 1854

r**5 ¡i$m¡ -* > VOLtNE a rint fevoTiio TO rea ow* iwnrm¡ NfiWCOMB * LA1WBEBT, Editor . i : Algos! *6.1854. immm the Star in white wrappers #iU take notice that their subscrip- tion* lutee expired, and that they are respect- taU/reqaested to renew the tame, — jjrj. H. Gardner i* authorized to act a agent for the Star at Fort Smith, Ark. Pe understand there i* a society of the Teflaperanee organizing in our city. We wish it success. jjrThe crowbar hotel is now full of board- ers 5, there i twenty three in the county pa? t of the hotel and in the city part seine six or eight, Yet there j« «(¡ll room for a lew more. " v'~ ' - - - _ ^ " public schools wilt be re-opened ou t. 4th, on the east side of the river Janear t)*e new bridge All four schools will b>- 1 together in llie same builuing, but iu different * rooms ^ W t v $■; ¿3$$ $' The Jbllowii f dialogue uccured on the new fridge between two citizens: , Mr h*tnn~rrfylM*c.—( Bustling up to a se- Jfp** nnm wolimir ainl is now n N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 26 August 1854

*■> .-J111!If. ■*'! m PLAZA «W#K BALL. S¿3¿ Antoisío, Aug. 23,1 *• Wi«t t# life wuWi 11.4 n v<" i To the Editors pfthe Alamo Star: 0o itflttftttliNI we M tb* ptokittl? oí being Sirs-^The following piece of poetry attract* present at a balr given at the Ptszíi House by ed.roy attention some few day* since anc kuow- 99B9SI HUMOROUS. iTii* proprietor*; it w;?sr irspKud>d ami w t ¡!" ¡ n g~Tts~a ppTTea !>i) ityto á certa i a Mr7 «■midu 'ed «tía i r J/n':.; f relit t > tne Loiawl the eTi*e,"( wiioB a subscriber l« the Siar,-)--! *en4 Manor." ; it to you. and 1 would respectfully request you A band oí German musician were in attend* t0 publish it tor his benefit and that of mice, who, although their rorUlum music was j do! the best in the worl.J, yet it was of such a ; east at to *ou#« the latent feelings o' man's nature. -; Th* mother and the maüen, the warior and the merchant, alt joined in one general jubilee, | alt ended with ail the peculiarities* of faohion and wealth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 26 August 1854

m L i 3 tm B II AIIBCDOTG. " A ¿¡stinfuisheé Müber of the legislature Wftt addressing s temperance society, and he " but showed ix> disposition to >nce waxod things ■ « wl f ^ Ay t wvUll to a friend of the speaker's, inquired much longer he might reasonably be ^expected to speak 1 Whereupon the friend j answered "he didn't exactly know—when he got on that branch, of the subject he geuer- te a couple ef hours." 'That'll never do; I've got to make a few remarks myself," said the President, w how shall Istsve him off?" u Well I don't know—in the first place I should pinch hie left leg, and then if he shoatib'tstop I'd stick a pin in it." The President returned to his seat, and his head was invisible for a moment. Soon after, returned to the "brother" who the "pin style of treatment," and said "Í pinched him, and he did'nt take the JiftSt notice at all*, I stuck a pin into his leg and he did'nt seem to cstc j I crooked it in, and he kept on shouting as hard as ever!" « Vei7 likely...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 2 September 1854

enjillí mu m TEBMS FIFTY Cí 8. u E M EMBER THE ALAMO! VOL. 2. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 2, 1854. PER VOLOME. % _ ¿••••i g J&L 4 if" ■ " -*• M Nonr ; " THE MAMO HlAll, is pcbmfimp on kvkry Saturday by thoughts, an affectionate M lit her or sifter Jas. P. NEWCOMB 6l Rob't J. LAMBERT. perhaps a dating father, or not** blue or black Qgic* on Solidad Street. ma Mm, occupied his mind, whom the then probably a vmitti brooding over it issolitai y j hundred mites, Our otiieers. buncvcr utUtig us that now we were soldiers, it va nece«aa*f we should come into a state of disdptimmd rf thought of leaving to embark in a gLIUlIT REWilI CE VE8 TIIE TKJAS- ItEVOLlTION. Mi auge I an ! foreign cause pave rise to sad foreboding «torn? lug of Sai Antonio de Bexar by a late ofiflcur OV tup ibiht. ! and serious rrrt ctions. The misgiving, how- : ever gave away to the busy hum and/acket oí" getting under way. The Steamer took ns alón sfde, and we were soon dashing down ! the swift current oí the Fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 2 September 1854

THE ALAMO -STA.K TOS AILA5S1-© ©ITAffi. ' " . HiU,'".!'"'".'!""1"*"""""""!1 ".T' ' -!■} volume a. " By St. P*tt!-'tbe u'«wk güm hravdy on "*1 —iir* * —*■« offiiiir t mttlk space." ■ Si* monfli has parsed away in (be history M ooIts «k lambbbt, editors. WATtTSfrAT, «. 1M4. ■■WW* Fair «fKM n<Ni ncit Wednesday. mm GDITOM«' TABLEAU. Tuk Yol th'u C*iiuéT>-Th i bea ut ií u 1 Mag- azfbe is before us. Is. beautilnlly illu*trafrd of the Star, «3 iced ^'?h fTlH eini;ijpnfl -mij f n 11 ^tf vnlnaMc reading. Pririv 50 rents time. During that |>eriod it has been 1k)uií4 in a pleasant intercourse with ít« readers, &trug- liogami battling along through all thedifficul- lit y and discouragement* that attend every new Jiú y cents, and you can have it I 14 Hc^i Esq, ha* bren elected District j enterprise, «ili ibe hope oi better day*. We r, for (be 4thdistriet. ■"%£* j DOW lhrow il belore ,be P"biic' ftanbly and * J openly, soliciting their suppou to aid us on. Santa Fe nail arrived in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 2 September 1854

m 1854. ni i 11. , - ^ THE ALAMO S TA ft ITEM I'OR THE PEOPLE. We advise the reading-portion ofour citizens to call oa Julius Berendi|pr reading material u( every discription, kind and quality. For rea'y made clothing, gentlemen, don't ferget H. Mayer & Co. We believe Mr. Friou has set up opposition with a splendid stock. For pump*, stores, Ac, just call and lock, at Viall & Rodgers, and Viall & CoN. For anything in the tin, copper, or sheet iron line visit Pittman & Bro's. on Commerce street For hats ofthe latest style and fashion and a general assortment of dry goods, call in at Ev- ans Howard & Co's* For anything you are a mind to mention, we refer you to Jas. R. Sweet's. For anything in the hardware and dry good* iinp visit E. Jones & Co., on south east corner of Main Plaza. Don't forget J. M. Bennett's blacksmith shop on Solidad street. New Orleans, Aug. 14th, 1854. Editors Star1 shall try to give you a brief summary of the new ol our city for the past w...

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