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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 14 January 1854

* y-- •. «* . 'i ; - - ■; - ' ' * . <4?m&*" m¡& r , . £#- • 4 •• . '■ ¿'-V';'* #¿* MERCURY. BtJBKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SEGUIR. GUADALUPE COUNTY, JANUARY 14. 1854. VOLUME I.—NUMBER XVII. m S i NOR'S MESSAGE. «ad Hoase of Representatives: it the duty of the in, in writing, of and recommend to' measures as he may It can not, however, be expect- so soon after my install- information npon these , mi*, for the present, con- a reference to the very full and innication of my predecessor, at the commencment of your thenssurance that I shall hereafter __ whatever information I may obtain to the condition and operation of the that wü be interesting, to you, ;of your labore, for your considera- myself to a few of íes that seem to ^ r opinion for the action of the present legislature, the early adop- tion of which will tend rapidly to develope tho State, and to promote the hap- "ty of its citizens. es, one of the most important a suitable and permanent provision rfK>rt of publi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 14 January 1854

■i HSPBÉ >* «. * Ék w steamer Liver-: than the fhe bring see, of which the fol- —The cotton market here animation sinctí the , on the l^th instant, i wis hare been Si0¡¿ tofck place 0 tlie 29th Sen, off the* harbor of, * " * and Russian fleets ef twenty-four m Cireassia, ú f, ■' 5 A ter- the otter loss oft both Beet, except and thfrTnrk- loss on the of «even, ships the like, three frigates pK§75ir t terms: 45 \ Subscription per ycarv4n advance. S 2 50 -1 if not iu &dvancc 3-00 •r - if unpaid within tliu year 4 00 No subw:r^ptifl(hs witt he taken for a less time than one year, antes by. special agreement. . All dues may be remitted by mall, in available notes, at the risk of the editor. The postage wf all letters must be JÑ$1, to Insure attention. * Tfcr.MS OK advertís ixo: , One dollar per pqnare of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent one. A reasonable deduction will be inade in favor of «those who advertise ,by the year. The' numb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 14 January 1854

^ V , WmLtt i S-. ); blue 146 _itomea s CO.* ♦Jw for k*>jwto / john h. clary Cbamben, Etter & Co., INDIANOLA, TS. Wholesale and retail dealers in dry gsods,f>hats, boots, and. shoes, hardware, cutlery, crockery and western pro- duce. Liberal advances made on consignments to£ cotton i our friends in New York, Philadelphia and New Or- •' '; * s!7t * K&*4': ■' • ' 'y*."- -ft «<{!*«: ' 2500 da extra do J w balmudok ' d p sparks Baldiidge, Sparks & Co. LOWEK WHARF, INDIANOLA, Will mafce liberal cadi advances on produce for our - «V Osteons and the north. d24y J. H: BALDRIGE. Dec. 7,1853. MICUACL SEBLTOSOX. M. and fi . .. . Orleans. tUmmmmrnrnm LEWIS SEKLH380N", U. 8EKLIGS0X &. Sons. its, No. merchants, 21 Bank n!2y _ H. A. PEKRTMA.V IRELAND & FERRYMAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, • AND. GENERAL LAND AGENTS, SEGUIN, TEXAS. T. C. GREENWOOD, * ATTORNEY AND LAND AGENT, SEGUES, TEXAS. Iwoi practice in the counties composing the second judi- cial district, and in the supreme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 14 January 1854

m g.—It is seldom thai we. have aiy very interesting news fro . Scotland, but that which we are about to lay before pur read- en is so. Scotland, ímn t^hence it is rare to hear sounds of discontent, is beginning to make herself beard in the assertion of her rights. Ire- laad is not now the only portion of the United - cries -aldnd for justice. There , signs that a powerful agita- tion is iK^r commencu ig in Scotland, which must ' felt, and lead to important results, farther remarks on this new we copy the following notice of it i laondoa correspondent' of -the National i of Caledonia" is, among other old song revived, or rather it has ' óf the Slogan shout or war-cry of 2,000 persons was held at a few days ago. On the platform Went the Earl of Eglintoun, who presided, the Her! of lUchun^Lord. Grey, Sir Archibald Ali- son, Admiral Sir C. Náflíer, th'e Lords Provosts of Edtatxttgh, Perth, etc. The Earl of Egliu- 1, said " Scotland was asked if "Scotland had ever , die was earnestly be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 21 January 1854

4 %P *. • 4 : : 5 ' •'T~- í't. *& ,jf*r-íhjtsY,: !* '•• á :*v. v m -m ' •'-T ■ % - PROPRIETOR. KB $ SEGUBÍ, GUADALUPE COUNTY, JANUARY 21, 1854. '#¡«1 a# VOLUME I.—NUMBER XTIIC- FJfOPH* ■8 Old tothePHlars of •re lighting, Europe-—infolv- and despotic ele- them and their goiern- probably will be, a strug- politiciaas are speculat- fc ,the particu- thepart they io the H and the Handler States bat is every have up' tojthe present timé , y¿ ■ .WyjifLjl^ 'V r ■"*? increasing, rtr ■ ¥♦ i : '" ^'"édhm Túfóish empire, it is hardly to be supposed thai the English people will chivalrically sustain their infidel ally, at a similar outlay of blood and treasure as was expended in the ware w aged to mfcin'ain that babble—the balance of power in Europe. « Russia is, then, unassailable, save from the side turned toward France, where her flank is protected by the German States. If they com- bine in the alliance against her, she must succ- dtab, and yield the point; if they remain neutral, the con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 21 January 1854

im *. t 30.—Hie Africa's accounts of the Turks « the naval r of Sinope, w greatly * the Turks r, of Which three lost the largest town of Sinope was ♦ *\>* •if < - ' steamers left the Bos- . THE TEXAN MERCURY 18 published every saturday morning, at seguin, BY J. D. BUCHANAJjT. , , : if* i was find into by a Tarkish suqk. Allí on board has onceeded Lord Pal- It is expected will soon resign his post of the different European fa the preparation of notes «id expressed in some Paris that another Sea. has taken place on Russian ships and Two of th^ latter t blown up by her corn- report tli&t William patriot, has eseaped a. 4, S p. m.—The Cunard arrived at Halifax to-day, ~ to the 24th the accounts The following is ft sum- news. ►—There has been a good arket * here since the <on tiie 11th instant, The ales of the ~ (WOO were export, the quotations: ', fid.; faar uplands, 5|d. per is yet quite to 9*1 The securities have been i week. Persia was -induced to by a direct promise to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 21 January 1854

' -Jl 'If I know that and so Bat I also place six or existence; have seen far oat- HH|rVaMHIV travel in of .all of joar excellent a wharf, ware- bj * reduction occurred j? " If that the growth of _ the upper. This is a nonsensical. Look at ed yantó of a landing, 20,000 inhabitants back for practically, of St Louis, and all The shipping and warehousing your nam harbor; afl other branches w31 be diversified from one extreme interest, aad the interest of Texas, to aid in build- PUSTEB. i MARKET, JANUARY 6. advices of Dec.'17, or 24, have exercised •qttoa market. The ; Id, am the contrary, been active. Sales of the 7000 sold to-day. The purchases aad Fiance, and the week .1 $10* fair lOtfulOl **.,.7.. bales.... 10 624 ..610-449 .. 13268 , * ' , Notice to Teachers. The Trustees of the Guadalupe High School Associa- tion, being desirous to secure the services of competent teachtrsfor the male and female department of the Gua- dalupe High School, at Seguin, hereby give notice, that proposa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 21 January 1854

O r lmbiííox.—" ?What~ is'the hc%bt a woman's ambition? Diamonds.'—[PuuJi. Pooch? ?i)o you kaow the reaeo *v It is because tbe more " diamonds" a woman 9*as, tí man pfefeioas she becomes in the eyes of JÜ discriminating sex. ?What pair óf male & " crow's foot," gray hair, or ia company with a genuine diamond? on your marrow-bones, and %* owner is a Venus, a Hebe, a Jww a fury, an aogel? Woold yon ' look (connubially) at the most bewitch- earth whose only diamonds were Well, it is no great marvel, Mr. race of men is about extinct. Now sad then you will meet with a specimen; bat ftn sorry to inform you that the most oí them an nothing but coat-tails, walking behind ft mdastacbe, -destitute of sufficient energy to earn their own cigars and " Macassar," preferr- ing to dangle at the heels of a diamond wife, aad meekly receive their allowance, as her mam- ma's prudence, and her owo inclinations, may It is out of my power to express to you the veneration I feel for such a dignified do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 28 January 1854

B AND PROPRIETOR I; it' m -fin 1 Tt, « .«* m i • % -'--¿AT .* j n~. • +k • SEGUIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, JANUARY 28, 1854. VOLUME h—NUMBER Ü the Krst of the >1a-every direction, over Patrick Newcastle iras commissioned to taken with anuria _ un of strict moral ' undeviating integrity, based on foundation—true religions princ- ! constitution naturally feeble and sickly, ..v. was assembled -of lis birth-day, 'and Sir gajlj sopping with them and his r . of soldiers brought in a Never, I am sorry to say. He was, not in my class, and I almost immediately after, and very suddenly, removed from Westminster. I assure you, my friends," «continued Sir Patrick, (and, as he spoke, the tears were in his eyes,) " I assure you, my friends, I would give np much of my fortune to be permitted to see him once more. I trust I may yet have this happi- ness." At this moment the royalist prisoner said: "I assure you, your memory fails you some- what, for it was net one dozen, but a good two dozen that, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 28 January 1854

t 4 cumxgs, frou the national ixtelli6excer. The bill to gire credit to importers of railroad iron wm referred to the committee of ways aud means. Mr. Clipgmaa stated, before the refer- ence, that, í referred, it would never be readied. In the senate, December 21, Mr. Slidell gave *<& his intention to introduce a bill to * lit of way, and a portion of the iMbiiff kinds, to the .State of Florida, to aid in 1fhe<x*ptrdctkm of a railroad across the peain- State. Mr. Fhelps submitted a resolu- thé eoBimitte on commerce' to I into the propriety of continuing, and jfifeg, such of the river and harbor improre- t fs were appropriated for at the last con- «ad which, in the pinion of the committee, wkhm the constitutional' powers of this gpent and. of general interest and iraport- and that they report at an eprly day of the session, by bill orvotherwise. The resolution was'agreed to. Several members were dissatisfied with «¿reference, thinking it shonld have been referred to the «om...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 28 January 1854

" i* iwl' mm amjesg Merchant, UÑOLA, TS. V-, «be best style. We are well-assorted Ts. [j28y COUNTY ' je, that^tim R. iooed as a notary r hie excellency K. •óf the SUte of Texas, on the tenth r, i. D. 1854? that he, the aid John R. ' i the Mtfc reqpireil to law, rrf the date hereof: end : entitled to fall faith , ^ Cfrief-justfeeGgadalipc county. f.l. *'j on hand a supply of Middles, bri- , earriage-triaunings, etc., which he will sell Ja 85,1884. BLACKSMITHING. aaderrigned hare formed a co-partner- fbr the parpóse of carrying on the thing business in Segain. Any in their line will be dene with neat- and dispatch. W. C. BAXTER, Jan. 2,1854. [7y] R. H. HODGE, to the usual shop-ban boss, yre will have on of every variety, aad wagons, ironed off,in to do evergkind of FACTORY. ,lod3 4 year, from New ies of copper, tin, from which he will manufacture any, and terecL He will flao constantly keep on articles of tin ware, viz: dippers; pans; boilers; coffee- lanterns; glass do; tin copa; can...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 28 January 1854

. ' Hfotc-i i Iddress of Theo- - oí IfetrOlt béfore the I (College, on " Our i Of cultivated reason, you a wealth of beauty, a ' in the works af Him who •riess, and painted 'the insect; In the of Hialaws yo can man dreams t, wim;mM it« SPl the loveli -- r. •>*-? ^4 ÍÜ3& *§■ 1 E*S: é- fcopJ M. iustead of analysis of the ( of absorption have had been homo- changed would all £' corn and the ripe the fruit, the fresh aud autumn's robe of many j'<if-tbe violet, the lily, and the ' the rivulet, the emerald i of the ocean, werfd ■ ' : • hr/' " r j ' -V bate been but a paler sky, and dull vapors would Iba, instead «of the cloud; ' brilliancy curtain hj? there would the bloom of •and paleness 1 the lividness an unvaried, the «3 the tinted i offer and i scholar. „oy<; I aged fjfKfc " iWith take care r house, yon are sick, i wiñ visit ride with your mistress debts. If yon r jour mistrqss mm-M iñ was who presided ays formed ; and that idea one." '* fn'a shrill n of alfpresent. moth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 4 February 1854

J i U. T. BURKE, EDITOR AND PROPIRETOR. SEGUIN, GUADALUPE CO \J VOLUME I. —NUMBER XX. * COUNT PULASKI; a lkosnd of thk revolution. *t osoroe uppabd. .! lev" It «M at the battte of Brandywine that Copnft Pulaski appeared in his glory. As he-rode, charging there, into the thickest of the battle, he was a warrier to look apon, nd never forget. on a large, black horse, whose and beauty of shape made you forget of his caparison, Pulaski himself, trith a form six feet in height, massive chest of iron, was attired in a white uniform ieea from afar, relieved by the black of battle. His face grim with the scars •f Poland, was the fue of a man %ho had seeu maeh troable, endured much wrong. It was with an expression of abiding ,melan- aboly. Bronned ia hue, lighted by large dark 4yes, with a Up darkened by a thick moustache, Us thp" * and chin were covered with a heavy beard, while his hair fell in raven masses from bogootji his trooper's cap, shielded with a ridge Of steel. His hair and beard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 4 February 1854

TIIE TEXAN MERCURY Mexico, and the bene mérito de la patria, is published every satcrday mokkixg, at seg 1 BY J. 1). BUCHANAN. b.j); , A m. THE TEXAN MERCURY. SE6UIN: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4. The Railroad Affair, at Erie.—The Prca Govertoext of Mexico.—Tire decree is i v.«rt' ' the leader of the revolt against Jtnrbide, the i conqueror of Tampieo, the often President, the j ^ tcxou: prisoner of San Jacinto, the sufferer "of Yera J 3ubscr*Pti0a Pcr -Year) ^ advance S 2 j Cou, the cock-fighting exile, and the vanquished !lnot , .-O , -rr. r\ r* ~ ~ unpaid within the year general of Buena Vista, Cerro Gordo, A mazo- I No subscriptions will be taken for a Jess time than i ..que, CharnhosgQ> Molino del Rey, Chapultepec year, unless by special agreement. and the Qantes, is the Dictator of Mexico, ^ues ma7 be remitted hy mail, in available notj With sixty thousand a year, several orders, that thcJkk of the edItor- The lj0staS!; of a111 -ttera ma . „ * , . ~i . , , j j A. j . .. ,. M>e p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 4 February 1854

■ * i *• IS l; " l" * h * i I* OF TEXAS, G .'ABALUPE CO JNTY. COURT; SPRING TERM, A. D. 1834. ' Tea to tb« Sheriff of saM county, greeting: tatieth dar of September, 1853, ' J. Swell, aad Am J.L So well, of said StnU jtion, alleging that their father, i intestate, leaving a crtfeider- wj fraud, aad false representation. i A. W. G.Tará.'they conveyed their entire inter- t he conveyed it to Charles A. Stuart, thejr pray that said conveyances be „I for nanght, and their rights recog Greenwood, esquite, plalntitts' attorney. i oath that the residence of the said A. W. G. i to affiant: utt, therefore, to command too- to summon the IT, d, Davie, by publication or this cltat'oa in The per published in Seguin, Guada- ika previous to the return-day aftd appear before the district court, to I ' said eoonty, on the sixth Monday after • in March, A. D. 1854, then and. there to iplaint I not; bat dne return make hereof, as the lav ib F. Gordon,clerk of said court, with the , at my office in Segu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 4 February 1854

= **■ Táfft SZLATIOK TO observation of ^legislative his- of . of the Senate from > iron in the infancy aad that the char- ■M it was so termed in There are not generation of the fact that, in the first of the United States, came into the was engaged on what is and took part in their the Vice-pres- took that of the senate; or 'some of Hie' (liada ofr departments,) occasionally President * on these- visits, addressed the senate on the than, and in many respects, a power in respect to their proceeding* tow bé deemed entirely incompat- This prac- An occa- of opinion between on some nomination, attend, hot communi- what he desired to lay before m legislative is well as exec- tie senate were alwajB session, and the public knew brand Of government to the «ther house It became evident, all responsibility to -Üch circumstances was 'ebrnary 20, 1.194, straggle, that the senate that its legislative proceed- that session, be should be provided for On this ques- ; nineteen t, eight against it....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 11 February 1854

■y . V ■ * ■ K \ s* tai 3 ' B ' ^ :. . t " JL ífe. T. BUBKE, EDITOR AND PROPIRETOR. ■4 SEGUIN, GUADALUPE COUNTY, FEBKUARY 11, 1854. Y OLIAME I.—NUMBER XXL * £ THB VENGEANCE OF CHARLEMAGNE. 3T C. 8. CHELTNAM. At the beginning of . the ninth century, all that part of Brussels which Hee between the rue dnChene, the roe des Alexiens, and the rue de Bavierre, formed a large pleasure garden. In 804, Charlemagne, that " prodigious as Montesquieu calls him, accompanied by"the beautiful Regina (empress or favorite merely, history tells us not,) and by Pope Leo the Third, who,—mindful of the services done to the chftrch by Charlemagne, had crowned him, years previously, at Rome, emperor of the ,—came to pass a few days in qniet in Brussels. Hte took up his lodging with tke empress (!) and^hé pope, in a castle, of which ¡¿.would be difieal t to find the least trace; it :*Hk tie hill occupied in part by the «id the gardens attached io it reached as far as the roe de PEtuve which then formed the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 11 February 1854

I* v "Waütid—Á young man of industry, ability, and integrity," etc., etc. This meets our eye daily in the colnmn of "Wants," and itns true ¿s the Pentateuch. Wasted? Of course they are—always wanted. The market can nevs( be overstocked; they will always be called for, and never quoted "doll," or ?*ao sale." Wanted for thinkers—wanted for Workers—in the mart, on the main, in the field and the forest. Tools are lying idle for the want of a young man: a pen is wanting to be nibbed; a tree to be felled; a plow to be guided; a vil- lage to be founded; a school to be instructed. ^They-talk about* staples and great staples. TTnasnt. industrious, able young men are the gre<t staple }n this world of ours. Young men! yon are wanted, bnt not for a doctor. No, nor s lawyer. There are enough of them for this feneration, and one or two-to spare. Don't study " a profession," unless it be the profession of .brick-laying, or farming, or some other of the fftn—1 professions. Don't measure tape if ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 11 February 1854

fe dale, to-day .Vi. Jaa S. McGee preaches in tbe Methodist first second, and third Sabbath in each 1QJ, a. m. ANS MARKET, JANUARY 20. Good middling... 10 Middling fair 10 Fair 11 September 1, bales. lo 624 579676 9-366 599-666 379 031 '.. y 8 • 242 387-273 m hand aadóa ship-board, not cleared. *. at thk port last year, «85-087 bales; exports, 12UW Oils, lard, Tpg'n . 7 «8 * - linseed ... nwn " . 9 o9 . ...12¿al3i Ik 23 a ...14iol5 W...700 7 00a7 50 350a 600a ...7 b8 ton $70aSO >d. 95al00 . 4i«7 ...4 o6j Am. .3 aZi Í00fl>.5Í@7 18 @181 * aH ..85 a90 65 a75 brl.l4al5 Pork,* mees.... 14 00al4 50 Baeon,hams,3a B>.. 9i«llj - canv'd 13Jal5 rides 6 afii - shoulders .... 5ja6 Lard 9 all Batter, Goshen 18 a20 Cheese, American . 10 a Potatoes. ^ tel. .1 20a 1 50 Rice, "3JÍ lb a 4 a 44 Sugar, La, ^ Q>.... 3Ja 3J - loaf 9 alO Salt, fine...: 150alC0 - coarse 135al40 Soap, V lb.........6 al Shot, aft sizes,?? b 150fel (jó Teta,?® • 3& 12° 16 50al7 25 ... 4 84a4 86 3 83a3 86 i doub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texan Mercury — 11 February 1854

ic iCewtox and Volxaike.—Sir Isaac a.wrote a -work upon the Prophet Daniel, Mother apon the Book' of Revelations, in ¿at of which hf Mid, that in order to fulfil cer- \ tain prophecies before a certain date was term- inated,—namely, one thonsaid two hundred and dSrty years—there nfernld be a mode of traveling e1 which the men of his time had no conccption; nay, that the kaoweledge of mankind won^d be 90 increased that they would be able to travel •♦tie jrate of fifty viles arf honr. m who did not believe^in the inspira- se got hold pf this and said: at that mighty mind of Newton, ivity, and told ns such m ab- attoir e. When he became an into his dotage, he began to í called the Bible; and it seems in orderfto credit its fabulous nonsense, we • >j¡.« tw the know^jed^e of mankind 1 >o increased that we shall, he able to the rato of fifty Viles an hour. The old dotardj" exetaimed the philosophic, infidel, 9 Tdtoire, in sélfcomplaeency of his piety. ? But ' •4okrÜíe dotard now?—[R...

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