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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 11 September 1847

TEXAS PRESBYTERIAN. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER. DEVOTED TO'RELIGION TO MORALITY. TO EDUCATION. TO AGRICULTURE AND TO THE NEWS OF THE DAY. VOL. I. HOUSTON TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1847. NO. 26. to V n I Hk Scras Jrc0Bttrfam A Family Newspaper derotdl to ChrMiaoiiy to Morality to aviacimoo io ocircr miuiui lure and to ih diffusion of astful Knowledge. Rev. Andrew J. McGov.k . Editor Ac Proprietor. The Texas Pac BfTbRUX will be pnblithed on a laree fin lujperiil sbcei wnh oewiiiil tuauutul lypc ai 3 per annim in athanie ur SI at the ex- pirauonofibcyeir. tsobacriouou receivedal anytime and the pap er la-uaraeJ until Ihe saD-cnorr oracrs iisnueun- tfauance anJ pay up arrear-se. except ai ihe op- tiootliliebtiror. Letier ihroush Hie Post office rrnisi be postpaid ctuersriNe they inline! be allxndejto. ry.UnicniM:u in-eried .tine nsoal pric the talimr r.wrriag ihc risht to reject all adTer liseraent Dot Jeeiur.1 compatible with tLe charac- ter of the ppblication. Agents for the Presbyterian. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 11 September 1847

testant country the Papists buy up church property. In Roman Gatholie Spain they sell it In tie two most Pro- testant countries in the world England and the United States Romanism is rap- idly increasing. In Spain and Italy two of the most Roman Catholic coun- tries in the world there are strong tcn- dencies towards Protestantism. Truly it is an age of extraordinary changes.? ' ltxa$ b$Gjtmw. Hit. A. J. McCOWN Esmw. HOUSTON TEXAS: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1847. AgtntrJAy brother Wm. C. Mc Gown will leave Fantharpc's neigh- borhood in a few days to visit Eastern Texas on an agency for the Texas Pres- byterian. We have received a number of letters from that and other sections of the country requesting us to visit them and that if we would do so we could do much for our paper more than any person else. This we cannot do for the present as wc have no one to occupy our place in our absence. No- thing would afford mc greater pleasure than a tour throughout the country and especially to Easte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 11 September 1847

- If" u - 2. He will never interfere in her do- mestic.concerns. 3. He will always keep her liberally supplied with money for furnishing his tabic in a style proportioned to his means and for the purchase of dress suitable to her station in life. d. He will chcerfullv and promptly comply with all her. reasonable requests when it can be done without loss or great inconvenience. 5. He will never allow himself to lose his temper towards her by indifferent cookiiig.'orirregularityinhoursof meals or any oilier mismanagement of her servants knowing tho difficulty of ma- king them to do their duty. (i. And finally the good husband is one who is constant as well from incll- n.. icn as from principle ; who treat '.iW wife with delicacy as a woman wi h tenderness as a friend ; who attri- butes her follies to her weakness her imprudences to her inadvertency: who passes them over therefore wiih good nature and pardons them with indul- gence. L. For the Texas 1'resl'j tenon. Dro. McGown It is wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 11 September 1847

Dri C. a. BROWN & J. L. JOHNSON Gonzales Texas TXAVE unrnl iu the p;.riice ol medicine. --1!' Io intricate cases inn setviees'ol both mil be giv.n witbaul additional churge. January 2.1847. 1 JAMES L. ALLEN. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. o FFEUS his professional servicea la the public 10 the counties of Culbouii. Vi.-lo rii De Witt Livjc-j Gonzales Guadalupe Conwand I. Residence at Gonzales. MASONIC COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE FANTUORP'8 Crimes county Texas. The following is lbs standard of education adopted by the Regents of this Institotion: Resolv ed That the following studies scien- ces and authors (or those u hich may be here after introduct-d equivalent thereto.) coraptrtti! by a member of the Masonic Collegiate In- simitshill entitle said member to a certificate ot diploma signed bj the President of the in- stitution. Trustees and Secretary of lbs Lodge Introductory -Spelling Reading Writing Arithmetic Knglub Giatnm&r Geography Daviea' AUcbra Colburn'a Algebra Bour- don's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 18 September 1847

TEXAS PKENBVTER 1 .1 " w i i( a ' IAJ. r . v K i'a F Rt S.tJ ??-. '- iWr S4. - VOL. I. I T HK Straus Dreststerfan. A PiBlljr Jfewpaper detrutd Chit-Hanlrjr I Morality ta Education to Scieuce tu'Agrrcul tare and to the diffusion of ose lot Kno ledge. PUB3L20HEB WE-J3K2LY. ) j Rev. Andrew J. McGowx Editor Atprielr. TlRlVj. The Texas Pre aTTtu.ua will be published on a large fine itupet in! ivbeet with new and beauiilul Vpe t 93 per annua io advance or 91 i the cx- piratiooof iheyer. Sobrtcrimiooi receiredat any lime and the pap- er lo warded until the sabtcriber orders lUilitcoa- jftTs d arrearages except at tbet'. In- .KJiior. " .aihnxuhtbe PosLotfieetnastbe postpaid . wise they will not be attended lo. iTAareniemeai inserted nine uuai price? 1 be tdiior reserving ihe ri-ht to reject all adrer liseme&is not deemed compatible with the chamc ter tf the publication. AgeutVfbr the Prnbytrriau. IS .TEXAS t ' Jas M. 'Baiter Esq . Carro Do Witt Co. A. Jon"S Cletk. Girozjlrs Thos. H. Dig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 18 September 1847

" riMv to eomnraactue to foretkrnera wo would came aisttig them' iricli infaf(i- tion as ftey had a-wpff-'s to-receive information lrom mem. 1 ne loan was drunk with much applause- Mr. Bancroft thcAmericanmiister -rose- amidst much applause He said that he could hardly lind words to cx- tiress his" gratitude tor .the kind manner iifwrnch his"coiintry llad' been alluded !v to. Although the' riilnister of a foreign ' "fconntry. he was' hot altogether a stran- ger in that meeting for nature had es- tablished bonds of union between the farmers of" every nation on the face of fie earth. The same 'sun'.shone upon them all; the same seasons' as they re--turned.furnished'the seed time and ri - pened the harvest The celestial infiu- ' enees to' which he' must look for a Mes- 1 sing on his exertions might well blend in the breast of the husbandman with - that spirit of brotherhood which bad .'.'made the tillers of the soil especially -" thoseof Anglo Saxon origi-4he guar- u"dians of freedom a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 18 September 1847

? """ mi i. - hare1 turfitd 6ut'finfely iri'Eu- '7 bid. The Horn Silas Wrigfitde-' part fd this life in Can'pn jew(York ms cjwn residence an the 37th of Au- gust bf a stroke of apoplexy. All are subject alike to death: ' ' I t . NEWS FROM MEXICO. t . r j Particulars of the great Halites of the l9:h t a4 20ih iiJt.ncar Mexico. XVe gather tbe following particulars from 9(r.tKenJaYrf letters T After mtino slight sUrinMhin previously ' on theWraingofthl?lh;pcn. Scott arrived iLat San Augustine nine 'miles south of Mexico and at 10 o'dock'.Oeni Worth 'was in full mareh for the cftr hr the main ruad. Maiors Smitfai'and Turabull Capt. Mason and other Angiaeer officers were nl 'n advance sun-; to recoGoitre as it was known the enemy was in force-at or near San Antonio The party rnciL4mtuQ a wousana jaras was bml upon from a lialtrry which mas masked by trees the first hall from a Impounder instantly killed Uapt. inornton. Col. Garland brittle was uow ordered to "Wc7 rope; occupy tbe bsciend...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 18 September 1847

Ore. C 8. BROWN & S. I. JOHNSON! ' Gonzales. Taas h -i HAVE onitcd in th. practice of Bicdicine. la intricate cues the terriers or both will be (inn without additional charge. Janomiy 2. 1817. 1 I JAMES U ALLEN. . Attorney and Counsellor at Late OFFERS hu protrsaioraal seiviccs lo the public 10 the couniiet of Calhoun Vfctoj rii TXj Witt Lira" Gontalcs Guadalupe Comaand I. Rcsjdcueejil Gonzaln." MASONIC T . CI.IaEIATE INSTITUTE ra'ir. FANTHORP'S. i ( G times ccvntyTeras. . .The following is the standard of education adopted by the Uegrn'a uUhit lostuuiion: I Rraolved'Thal the following studies scien- ces and authors (or those hicb ma; be here- after introduced equivaltnt thcf no ) completed by a member f the Masonic Collegiate !a ttttme shall eotiile said membei to a certificate f diploma. -eigned by the Presiltnt'cf thi in ii notion. Trustee and Secretary or ' the Introductory Spelling. Reading Welling' Arithmetic English-Granmar Geography DivicV AUcbra. Coiburn'a Algebra. Bour...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 25 September 1847

TEXAS PRESBYTER I ANT. UN v I..C- b i.P . .. ZC e mw iv ? VOL- 1. Ctpas prtfaitcrtan. A Family .'er-rsii-er.t-v.i'l loClnl mm yi J Morality In lil It-H'ia. iu .-ii-itiiv..." ......- ture an l lo iliif dilUM.in ul nf fill hn ledjM Rev. Andrew J. McGown Editor V Proprietor. The TtKAS Psfc. arTi-aiiaf will be publilieil va a 1 ir je finj i . po I-.1 -lire. vr.m rew jiw beam ilul li p;. at $J ptr bnaum la -dvabce or St at iLv es- pirjliou ibeye-r. siur.MKiua. rcieirrdat auyl ine.and ihe pap- er :.-'..r.li:.i umil ..ic -.Jbnafr ord.-rs iis.ti..uii- tiao .nee -u.i )mv op-arrearages eicrpt at be up liotiulibe bliur l.ri'ci-.ibr u.-hlre Vr4 oiai--malbepo-lpaic olltei ir ibev will n.rt be a tendril iu. 5" l.lv--r i--menw iti-er.ril ai (be usual pnrr- the JiiiT r.-T ins ihe r'ubi to reect all -river ti.c-neuls noi urein-l cuinpa ible wub ibe cb-i. c-te- -l tbe patlKatinD. Ageuls for I lie Prcftbytrriau. IX TLXAS BjIi '. Em . Cu- to. Dr Win co U SI A J'i i CI'iU O'uizil'5 Tnov tl Wigsw im1 Aii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 25 September 1847

hit only Mm. Heajex her three children and the nete the latter unfortunately danng .the accident had met with natron fall by which hewaa aoaenoady wounded that bewaaualle to work. Inthn-atateof thing Mm. HeaaerkadthecoarageU take upon her- elf the charge of ungating the chip. By turn cap- tain mate and sailor dm; the little nautical knowl- edge ahe had been able to acquire in her former Toya gee thia intrepid young woman aticceeded by incee- ant labor for eighteen hour in paining with her Tee- ad the port of Riga. The satire and foreign wilora at Riga haTing leaned the eourageooa condnct of Mm. Ileaeer canard a medal to be rtruck in hrr honor and the corporation f thoKanaa at Riga presented her with 1 000 enVtire rubles 4000 franco.) CapLlIeo- er and ha sailers who were saved on board the Star wen canted by thatressel toRostoch in the Grand Dochy of Mklenborgh wheuce they armed iafe and Mmdat Riga. mfy Ww W&tem. 62&c IUt. A. J. McOWS Editoi. HOUSTON TEXAS: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 25 September 1847

I. i i f Another Missionary Abroad. Wc arc plca-scil to find lhat the iinportancc of lesas as a field for missionary labors is beginning to be appreciated by the various missionary associations. The Assembly's Board of Domestic . Missions (Presbyterian West branch at Louisville Kj) have recently com- missioned the Rev. Mr. Hunter to labor in this State. The arrival of this mis sionary being at an unfavorable season of the year for travelling especially to a late emigrant he has been induced at the solicitation of the Presbyterian congregation of this city to occupy tha pulpit of their church made vacant by the temporary absence of their respect- ed pastor. During his short stay among us our Kcv. friend and brother made many warm friends by his affable de- portment and cordial Christian conduct. As a pulpit orator he has in our city many admirers. As specimens ofchastr. and eloquent literary compositions his preparations for the pulpit were of a superior character. He recently left o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 25 September 1847

l Dm. C. 3. BRO.VN jtj L JOHNSON Comtlet. Ttzai. H AVE anltrd la the practice of medicine. la intricate eases (be teiaicet of boih will be gi n without additional charge. J.nuny 2. 1847. .1 JAMES L. AI.LEN. AiiMTm- J fIiiiMfWiir at Late. O FFElt3 his pro-cssiooil seiaiees to the n..M. in th nmitlf nf fTjlhoun Vi.-fo. til Dd Win L'-.m Gonzales Goadalupe Comaaod. I Residrncc at Gonzales. MASOJUC m COLLEtil.VrE INSTITUTE FANTHORP'S Grimes county Texas. The folio winij is the standard of education adopted by the R-g"nts nf thts Institution: Revolted Tnai the following studies scirn- ce and authors (or those which may be here after introduced iqunab-nt thereto) compUtid by a member of Mr Masonic Colli gist In unite shall entitle said tnembei 10 a certificate of diploma signed by the Prrcidrnt of the in- atitutioo. Trustees and Secretary of lbs Lod Introiuc'ory Spelling Riadi'i? Willing Arithmetic. English G-arnnaf. Grogniphy Dni-' Aljibia. Culb-iin's Alg-bn. Bour- don's Alg'bm D ivies' L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 9 October 1847

r : . : TEJEAS P R B SB 3TTai ilAM.iS ' v F111 1 r. u y ifc re. v t'L Jat ""f VOL.-1. TIC 8ra &reftt5trvlatf. A Family Nexpaper neroled to Chlilfanily lo naoraiuj 10 CAorauon CO acicoce 10 Asncni- lute and lo Ike diffusion of lucfal Knot ledge. . PUJBJLIgHED WEEKLY. Rev. Andrew J. McGow.v Editor & Proprietor. The Tsxas Paca-Tcaus? will be published od a larvdoe iiiipciial sheet with new and beauillul ijrpe mtP per sana-a la adraace or SI at the ex- piralianuf ibeyear. SoLtSriptioas received at any lime and the pap- er lo-varded until the subscriber orders its discon- tinuance aod pars op arrearage except at the up. Iloaotlbe Editor. Letters through the Post-otace most be postpaid. owerwise iney win not oe anenaea 10. SrAdrcrtuesflenu inserted at the usual price? the Editor rtserrioa; the right to reject all adrer- tieeatents not deemed compatible vith the chanc ier 01 me puuicauoo. Ageaats for the Presbyterian. IK TEX. Ja U. Baker. Esq Caero De Wiu co. A. JotKt Clerk Gonzale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 9 October 1847

were originally occupied by the Mochos Indians a tribo.pow.Utally extinct. - The Labors thesMalves ai'ubdivR3 ArA into suertes. or"mhtn whiB? usually.: contain onelkfcndred toiatjfujre otlcavlJ the torn being a trine less man a yard and front upon the Sacat or ca- nals; thence extending back about (bur hundred and some as much as eight hundred varasaeeording to the soil. Kach Suottf is entitled to one Data or water privilege t -which privilege is va- riouslycstimatedtobeworth from three to four hundred dollars." It is this which is the subject of bargain and sale ; the privilege being considered the commo- dity to which as a matter of course the land is a necessary appendage. The' 'whale number of these Snertes in this . viciiity is one hundred and twenty- five. The water is conducted from the Springs or head of the river through the several Sacas or canals and thence diffused over the soil by means of small- er ncqueductS) or trenches" termed Sa- ijucas Compucrtus or flood-gates ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 9 October 1847

ti.. I H I Marine!.- M5' .&.3 St them twenty thousand dollars ahent vyjiat they -have to barlow a an oiitlii I wishyoor readers irould cb-scrve bov the tbj networks. :iLet'the obsr-rvatio be fair and-the conclusion unbiassed The growth o'"mind and the formatiot of characters like the growth-of a ttti The Ruing Gcneratiou of San. Anlonh Xow ve are not intending to say on tcord about the Foreign Missionar cause though it is a eatfee we Ioe ani desire to pray and do much for a cau&t closely idmtificd with the cause of Clirisl But our present object is to call pubh attention to apart of our own popuhi lion the rising generation of San An tomo. We arc'aware that a cry respcctabl clergyman of the Presbyterian church assisted by his amiable and accomplish cd wife is deoting himself to the grca work of instructing both in the week day and Sunday School the youth o. San .Antonio. And it was from this brother that vrc were made acquainted with the fact that in that city there are thre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 9 October 1847

.. i ! & .au pmi ft 5 P. wr Good News J rom Montgomery. Wo nre rejoiced to learn that at a recent Methodist camp meeting seven miles from Montgomery thrrc were twenty converts. The Retried at La Grange. -We take much pleasure in layingbefore our read- ers the following letter from our old friend and fellow-laborer Rev. A. P. Mauley giving an account of the great awakening on the all-important subject of religion which has recently taken place in the vicinity of La Grange. We trust that great permanent good to the cause of Christ may grow out of this increased interest on the subject of reli- gion in lhat important region of country : La Gean-cc Oct. 2d 1847. Rev. A. J. McGoicn Ed. Texas I'rcs. .- Dear Bra On Monday last closed a protracted Camp Meeting which com- menced and continued for two weeks un- der the direct management of the Meth- odists ; and was afterwards prolonged another week under a combination of the Methodists. Baptists and C. Presby- terian denominations. There...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 9 October 1847

HOUSTON PRICES CUHRNET. Cvrretal tvc.kljr BY J. P. QROESBEECK & CO- ARTICLES. Fro To Ale. per bbl. : : I ! 10 lijgging Kentucky per yanlj 1C IS Manilla. : IS SO Rale Rope Kentucky per lb 8 0 " Manilla : 13 1G Ericks per M : : 8 00 B-eswax yellow per lb. 23 25 Coiion Inferior per lb 8 8 j Oidmary 8 9 " Middling 0 9J Good Middling 9j 10 Middling Fair 10 10 " Fair Corn shelled per bushel 45 53 " ear. per bbl : SO GO Coffee. Rio. per lb : 8J 9 " Java : : 12 15 Candle sperm per lb 3b 40 u adamantine 35 33 sterine : 2 30 " tallun it 12 fider per bbl S 01110 0(1 Domestic Goods per yard. Blown shirtings 3 4 a" 8 8 9 ' sheetings. 4-4 a 5 4. 9 1 1 Bleached shirtings 3 4 a 7 S II 13 Sheting 4 4. 10 15 Brown Lonell Osmbargs 12 15 Tidings. 3 4a 4-4 10 1G Stripes and Checks 12 lb Drums : : 10 17 Cottonsdes : IS 50 Sin n. us : 35 80 Calico Prints. : 6 20 Jeans Ki murky 40 60 Eastern : 17 30 Linseys : 10 20 Flour St. Louis. : : 750 8 00 Ohio S F. : 650 7 00 Fish Cod. per box I 75 Mackerel per b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 23 October 1847

TEXAS PliESBYTERIAN. r Jl wLrBN fc-'I r VOL- 1. THE CcL-as Mrcoftntccfan. A Family Ne-espaper ie voled 10 Chii-liaoiiy lo Moraluv. lo Education to Science lo Asiku.1- lure and lo the ditTu-ijn of astral hnn luge. Rev. Andrew J. McGow.v IMifor Ac Proprietor. The Texts PaEBVTrcuN u ill be published on a larje line i pei ial abed will" new and Is. am ilit! ifrWai Sjt3 per anaum in aJrance or I al ibe ex- piration ft the yeir. Subscription! receivedat any time acii the pap- er fo'trarJed until the sub.cnber orders us ilisson- tinuance and pays up arrearages except al l'ie l- lion ul the Editor. . Letier-throuib the Post office inuslbc po-tpaid otherwise they il! not be attended to. Ii-Advera meats inserted at the uoal pnre the tailor rtserviae .he riihtlo reject allrdter tisemenls not deemed compatible w 1111 me coatee- ler of the publication. -Agents Tor I lie Frmbj irriaii. IN TFXAS. Jaa M. Baker. Esq Cuero. l)Wi:. co. A I.inrs Cltik. Gonzales Thoj. H. DJSan a id Andrew Ncill Seguin. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 23 October 1847

't. ? I In. A. J. McGOWN Eerrau HOUSTON' TEXAS: 8AT0RDAY OCTOBER 33. 1847. Public Mesti.no in behalf of the Amer- ica Scx6av School Umox. We learn w ith much pleasure that a public meet- ing of the friends of the Sunday School cause is to be held nt 3 o'clock in the afternoon of next Sabbath (to-morrow) in the Baptist church. The agent for the American S. S. Union for this State vritl be present and will give a concise statement in regard to the character principles and plan of operations of the Union together w ith some account of it doings in this State ; after w Iiich sc- veral addresses are expected from cler- gymen gentlemen of the bar and other friends of the cause. During the meeting it is intended to make an appeal to the well known lib- erality of our citizens for aid in extend- ing the operations of the Union through- out our State. As this is xhe first ap- peal which has ev cr been made by this Society to our citizens for aid although it has sustained an agency in the Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 23 October 1847

h ' Wfjy is ilit-rc not a good uita:iit.il court houc erected in our city f such as would bo a credit and a convenience to the county ? AVe mereiv ask for in formation. Impmrcmrnt in the lira.'. We are pleased to see from the Victoria .di o- eatc Ibat five brick buildings are being crecirii m that intcre-tiiig town one of which contains three enpneiou- store- room. The -"Lnvsicca Journal" aio gix cs intimationsof impro emeiit in that City of the Hay. J$exenil buildings are being erected at San Antonio. Wei sincerely rejoice in the onward march 01 imprmeracnt throughout the whole Statc. For the. Tela. lWilen.n. - l ; ; j.f i - .. ng ... M'-'V-fl" imn.can Sun- -lr L-titor 1 am glad to Irarn that a pu';'.' meeting is to be held to - uior - row aftirhoon. at 3 o'clock in the Hap- tist church in behalf of that coble hist 'a ':. " ifati S vvi ;. i tjru For in lr'woyeaii pas i. .of the Un.nti lot this Sltatc L. diligently in 1 Micccsjfully cm !. extending its iterations i parts of Tcias: a...

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