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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 11 August 1855

-.T-r- - m-jjppgpa 25SS?Í'r*^ -* . * ,-.¿ _ ' : XSSs-"* w. ; • H. BAWLING S & CO. VOLUME 1. EVERT SATURDAY. L—Two Mkrt and a half per annum, in h_ A Han if paid in dx month from •; Jrthre« dollar and a half FADTCMTOINa—For each square or lesa, fast Insertion - - f 1 00 it insertion 50 i Cuds, tight lines or less per anmum, 10 00 , parable quarterly.! advance,^ ^ i it prepared to execute witfc nsat- , all kmds c THE TOOIj OF HO WAX ; RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, LVE OF WO PARTY. JDAY. AUGUST 11. 1855. "lVTEW FERKY.—The public are informed .that IN new Ferry Boat has been put on the Brasos about one mile above Richmond, to accommodate the people in its ndiitr and the traveling comma- nilr generally. A good mad has been.opened through the rk-«-*lnn« near this ferty, which now rendas this road the best and most direct route for those living in Mr. Foster's neighborhood, or near San Felipe. The boat will be kept in good order relets will meet with no detention in crossing. CONSTITUTION. of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 11 August 1855

d integrity. It «1-11 b« «com-theOntei «« «titled to by r*" "*** particulars as to neme,|the SB¿ privileges of the same. ^ . -a mito*.. «*tr ".r.-lV^Tui. j er for his quahfic^ons, and ^ appertr--^«. < mm«l pledge for his fidelity. __^,rv I instructor tkular* shall be recorded bythe proceedings Ithe bal- ^i^booh hep* ^¡SX^ Council may IF8"®11!?®'' shall be made to the a. ballot has been declared in ontil the ^ be recelTed in fcMfcTor- ^|ythe Marshal and the Sec- fSStheTthe prices «id in our Order are as foUows s Wa hare pass-words necessary to be used ■. • «^mission to our Councils; forms in such a man- to obtain 3 t „v;1„ . means of re- hand extend to the flag of ypycountry,da solemlv and sincerely swear, that you will not under any cireumstancw disclose ™ *?* manner, nor suffer it to be done hyothen, if in your fcwwer ibe; but can- for our conduct while there ; imeans g&Z meiods forgiving notices to members, ««no. nasswords, or ether secrets oí ima «c- S'S^pt in open councU ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 11 August 1855

T i have crushed the ancient order In onr own country we i the portals leading into its sacred for awhile closed and deserted.— societies were then denounced.— heaven, that clond of fanaticism, , for a while overshadowed it, has been by the light of reason and it still i to extend the blessings of its plin- to thousands of disconsolate widows rphans. The opponents of the Ameri- can order exclaim, it is a political associa- tion 1 and therefore ought not to be secret. I reply, yes it is secret and its name de- nota* its objects. Is it the first secret po- litical society which has been organized in the United States! It is as well known as any other historical truth, that Gen. Wash- ington and many of his compatriots of the revolution were members of the Cincinnati Mciotj. in which, if I am not under misap- preheasiou, no man is eligible to member- ship. even now, unless be is a native Ameri- , mm* the heroes who fought in the re- ion pesnnd off the stage of life. Was lús a secret so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 11 August 1855

. - * Í <, 38 4 * K MACHINIST. H would respcctfuRy inform the Braid and adjoining coonties, „ opened a shop in the eity of he is prepared to execute all kinds in the above line, in all of ita of wrought iron work forged "loeing done on the most in his long experience, he of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. Jnly 29,1854. v>nlO pic of Honor. will not make, buy, sell, or use, any spirituous or malt liquors, er any other alcoholic beverage,— bat will use all honor- manufacture or use, or pledge we will keep and ido/We. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, ' r's Ball, en Morton street, in every month. FVUOJUO), W. C. T. | Lona Martin, W. V. T. Wm. E. Kendall. P. W. c. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLE rii at Tempter's Hail on the first Monday even- , la each month. Archie McFarland, D. T. W. E. Kendall, D. V. T. Jno. 8. Duval, P. D. T. WOOD BINE SOCIAL DEGREE 'emple of Honor, No. 16, meets at ■ the second and fourth Saturday * Inmario Te Tenkr's Hall on •nanga of each n Mia. E. A. McMab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 25 August 1855

TI TEXAS SUN. fc. H. BAWLINGS & CO. THE TOOL OF AO MAX; THE SLATE ©F AO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25. 1855. NUMBER 33. STTCT PUBLISHED every saturday. TERM8.—Two dollars and a half per annum, in Avance; three dollars if paid in six months from tli* time of subscribing; or three dollars and a half If sot Mid until the en<l of the year. RATES of ADVEKTISlXtí —For each square «f tigtt lines or less, first insertion • $1 U'J Ft*1* subsequent insertion - •r>' ~ " i Cards, eight lines or less per nunnm. 10 00 tyable quarterly in advance, m . - - - - 125 00 taatf whmi ------ 65 00 ^Quarter column - - - - 35 00 The SUN office is prepared to execute with neat- 2MM and despatch, all kinds of job work at tiie us- ual rales. The Law oí" newspapers. 1.* Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered aa wiahiiig to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the oiscontlnnniice of their papers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 25 August 1855

THE TEXAS SUN. EDITOR. ¡SATURDAY, AUGUST -25, 1SÓ5. Circulation,— The Texas Sun com menced with a circulation of eight hundred, with a fur prospect of its increasing to several thousand during 1855. It is the largest paper published on the ¡ river. ' We learn that Messrs. Kyle and Ter- ry are progressing rapidly with our railroad. They are laying down abont six hundred yards of iron daily, and will reach Marshall's fidd about the first of next week. A\ e also bun that the remainder of the iron to com- plete this road was shipped from New \ ork en the 3d inst. Strangers are daily arriv- ing in Richmond, to view for themselves the advantages of this point for business. GP The County Court of Fort Bend this week, refused to grant Mr. DeChaumcs the * right to establish a new ferry across the Bra- zos, at Richmond. |y We invite the attention of our readers to Jno. J. Johnson's card, in tins week's pa- per. It has been reported by some mali- cious persons that Mr. Johnson had closed l<...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 25 August 1855

m [From the Citil'uin.~\ Eca Island Gotten. We are glad to see that attention contin- ues to be directed to tl:e subject of cultivat- ing Sea Island cotton in Texas. The Gon- - sales Inquirer contains the substance of a conversation the editor recently had with a gentleman who resides in Florida, and is familiar with the raising of Sea Island, or Long Staple cotton. The gentleman allud- ed to has been through Gonzales county, where he found the people had commenced raising this cotton with ¿-rent success. One planter had about a hundred acres planted, and he remarked that he could r.iis nearly as much to the acre, as of the ordinary Mexi- can cotton, and that others, who had tried it on a smaller scale, had also succeeded in making at least three-fourths of an ordinary crop. If such are the results in Gonahles county, it would be certainly, an object to make the experiment on our coast, which judging from the country where this cotton is mostly raised, would be better adapted to its...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 25 August 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. MACHINIST. rilHE undersigned would respectfully inform tl¡e X. citizens of Fort Heed and adjoining counties, k* to recently opened a sliop in the city of , where he is prepared to execute ail kinds embraced ia the above line, in all of its All kinds of wrought iron work forged Horse-shoeing done on the urnst Trusting in his long experience, he t of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. , Texas, July 29,1854. rinlO HOTELS. «f work pLEDC Temple or Honor. E—We will not make, buy, sell, or use, a beverage, any spirituous or malt liquors, •r eider, or any other alcoholic beverage,— ■meratcd or not; but will use all honor- to prevent their manufacture or use, or1 therein, and this pledge we will keep and ¡■violate to the end of life. EMPRESARIO TEStPLE OF HONOR, Ko. 1C, nata at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, ea A* Srst and third Fridays in every month. Archie MCFarland, W. c. T. jj Larkix Martin, W. V. T. Ws. E. Kendall. P. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLS ■Mia at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 1 September 1855

V ~ r f 1 W i * M SUN. ft. H. RAWLINGS & CO. THE TOOL OF MO HM; THE SLAVE OF MO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CI. TY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1855. NUMBER 34. I 1 \ ' ** I I I -l I ■ fm * i I ■i m 7 E! | I ' M * ■ i FUMJBHED EVERT SATURDAY. n and a half per «mura, In II tma <Miais If paid in wx months from nag; or three dollars and a half tend of the year. JG.—For each sanare (er lesa, first insertion - • ,?1M i Carda, tight Unes or leas per annum, 10 00 Ose eohuan, payable quarterly in advance, . - 125 00 65 00 35 00 'Tie 8UN «Cm la prepared to execute with neat- , all kinds of job work at-the us- The Law ef Newspapers. 1. Subscriben who do not pre express notice to considered aa wishing to continue 1 If subscribers order the discontinuance of their apera, publishers continue to send them until lltfüSñibtn neglect or refuse to take their Sraaa the post-office to which they are sent, i held responsible until they pay up. _ If subscribers remove to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 1 September 1855

TIIE TEXAS SUN. EDITOR. I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1855. Circulation.— The Texas Sun com- menced with a circulation of eight hundred, with a fair prospect ofitsiiitteasing'toseveral thousand daring 1855. It is the largest paper published on the Brazos river. The South may use doughfaces, bnt still it despises them. The Missouri Compromise was one of the most glorious achievements of Kentucky's great son, and none but poor, cringing, soulless individuals in the North- ' enT States countenance or endorse its repeal. While every true, manly Southerner regards its repeal as a breach of National faith, and When the time comes will spit upon the trnekling political Northern knaves who brought it about in hopes to gaining South- em influence.—America's (he*. The above extract is taken from a paper published in New York city, which was started about six months ago for the par- póse of advocating Houston's nomination for the Presidency in 1856. This paper has been sent us regularly during that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 1 September 1855

„,mum*v~r -n .- *&*(-■ ■ SA \ Men of Honor. We clip, the following editorial from the New York Times, hoping that every one who takes onr paper in his hands this week will read it, and prosper by the sentiments contained therein, for there is much room for improvement in this respect in Rich- mond.—[Ed. Su.\. Public attention is, we regret to say, too often called to reports of what are pleasant- ly entitled "difficulties" in our columns.— Fulfilling our office as a daily journal, we aie of coarse obliged to chronicle all that comes within our knowledge of what men do. If Patrick O'Doberty, actuated by certain peculiar instincts, murders bis moth- er Mrs. O'Doherty, we are forced to devote • portion of oar columns to a chronicle of crane. If, some young gentleman of the Bowery, panting beneath the double influ- ence of rage and rum, fires a pistol at some other young gentleman of the same classic locality, the details of bis act are embalmed in "minion" or "nonpareil" simply bec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 1 September 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. UCIMIST. t would respectfully inform the i of Voit Beud and adjoining comities, that 1m haa recently opened a shop in the city of Richmond, where he is prepared to execute all kinds •f work embraced in the above line, in all of its braaehea; All kinds of wrought iron work forged far machinery. Horse-shoeing done on the must improved plan. Trusting in his long experience, he Í of giving general satisfaction. E.G.LOVALL. ' , Texas, July 29,1854. v2nl0 pie or Honor. •We will not make, buy, sell, or use, ge, any spirituous or malt liquors, or any outer aleoholic beverage,— rated or not; but will use all honor- able Mu to prevent their manufacture or use, or the traffic therein, and this pledge we will keep and ■ihhin inviolate to the end of lifo. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, X*. IS, awets at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, «• the first end third Fridays in every month. Archie McFakland, W. C. T. B LAUO Marti*, W. V. T. W*. E. Kendall. P. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 8 September 1855

fMujh s S s /* THE TEXAS ft. H. RAWLINGS fc CO. OF NO MAN; THE SLAVE OF HO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1855. NUMBER 35. n PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. TKBK&—Two dollar* and a half per annum, in ijnifl; three dollars if paid in six months from of subscribing; or three dolían and a half V aet mM until the end of the jrear. RATES OF .ADVERTISING.—For each square or less^first insertion • f 1 00 Bumm Cards, wii lines or less per annum, 10 00 <Om «tama, paysble quarterly in advance, ^ ^ UfcSan ...... 65 00 W r column 3500 fh SUM eflfee is prepared to execute with neat- " ', aU Idtds of job work at the us- •r newspapers. do not five express notice to 1J—■* as wishing to continue tin discontinuance of their to send them until 3 if ■uEscriberirñefleet or refuse to take their n from (he post pace to which they are sent, r are held responsible until they pay up. If subscriben remore to other places without the publisher, and tib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 8 September 1855

* ,\ñ * THE TEXAS SUN. EDITOR. SATURDAY, SEPTI iber8,1855. 1 Gikcvlation.— The Texas Sun com- with a fair prospect of its increasing to several thousand daring 1855. It is the largest paper published on the i river. r ■ u hnndrad suyl, correspondingly later from the continent ^ , and from the seat of war. Balk or Richmond Peopbbty.—Accord- rece oí speci . .• .? ii> i.i i.:. dosed owl. ■ to-the notice published in this paper for ae months past, the Richmond Ferry, tee., were sold at public auction.last Tuesday. Messrs. Adams and Chambers bought the Ferry, Boats, at six thou- three hundred and fifty dollars, the i money payable in three equal in- in six, twelve, and eighteen There were six or seven bidders for this property. " _ A tract of land, situated on the opposite K—l of the river, about one mile below yfolimond, was also sold at the same time and place, and upon the same terms. Mr. De Chaumes bought the land at fifteen dol- íais and fifty cents per acre. Tbb Confederate's Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 8 September 1855

tí ,v>. i' 11 i c? altd Meat.—On another page be farad fidl reports of the wheat pro - ■ and of the New York live stock mar- It will be seen that there is wheat «•orii in the country and meat enough in r* • combination of circumstances "•V ™ price of both bread and meat still tós nigh figure. During the past week twenty thousand animals—beeves, Uocp and lambs, veal calves and swine— 8 been brought into this City for slaught- er. With fifteen thousand one hundred and BiBflty-three sheep and lambs for a single ****** supply, "mutton chop" and "roast "■o" should come down so that they may so down without a convulsive twige at the thought of the money they they cost. Well, Button and lamb are cheaper this week Memeurs butchers, please make a noté of this,—and we will excuse you for not cheap, ening our roast beef this time. The sellers got the advantage of you, and of us through you; but this will not last Ion There are plenty of cattle in the country, and plenty of good grass, and c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 8 September 1855

. -- MISCELLANEOUS. I MACHINIST. I would respectfully inform the i of Fort " * recently opened t ah op in the city of M is prepared to execute all kinds in the above fine, in all of ha kinds of wrought iron work forged Howe shoeing done on the most Trotting' in his War experience, he of (irinr general satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. , Texas, July 89,1854. , TgnlO tcmpic rii T)LEDGE—We will not make, buy, sell, or i . prevent i therein, and this pledge we will keep and maintain inviolate to the end of Ufe. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, *o. 16, m— *¿at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, w tho fit t and thud Fridays in every month. Arciox McFarland, w. C. T. | Lauh Martin, W. V. T. WM. E. Kkkpsi.I.. P. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLE meals at Tempter's Hall on the first Monday even- jm each month. Archie McFarland, D. T. W. E. Kendall, D. V. T. J so. S. Dl val, F. D. T. WOOD BINE SOCIAL DEGREE • ! Kmprosario Temple of Honor, No. 16, meets at Tsmyler' Hall on the second and fourth Saturday e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 15 September 1855

HM; PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS. S A.TTJRDA.Y, SEPTEMBER 15. 1855. NUMBER 36. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TEBM&—Two dollars maA « half per annum, in tkreedollars if paid in six months from thatiaMof Abseribing; or three dollars and a half if Mt paid antil the end of the year. ■ATM OF ADVERTISING.—For each square •f mgtt lines or leas, first insertion - - $1 00 Eaeh aahaeqnent insertion 50 i Carda, sigkt lines or less per annnm, 10 00 , payable quarterly in advance, ... 133 00 . - - 65 00 - 35 00 to execute with ncat- kinds of job work at the us* The 8US office is The Law of newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to ths contrary, are considered as wishing to continue & If subscribers order the discontinuance of their Men, publishers may continue to send them until tfaHMiages are paid. ... 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their nuers from the post-office to which they are sent, they are held responsible until the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 15 September 1855

^ ^ -a • j - -• .N THE TEXAS SUN. EDITOR. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1855. Circulation.— Tlie Texas Sun com- mmi walla ■ nimlntion of eight hundred: with a fur prospect of its increasing to several thousand daring 1855. It it the largest paper published on the i river: > Meeting of the Democracy. The Texas State (Gazette publishes along liat of names of persons living in different aeetwt of the 8tate, who propose holding a If an Meeting in Austin City, on Satur- day r the third-of November next. As it is to Be held just on the eve of the session of the Legislature, it will secure the attendance of hundreds who, probably, would not other- wise be present. The Gazette also favors holding a Demo- cratic State Convention, for the purpose of appointing delegates to the National Con- avention in 1856 and for effecting a more thorough organization of the party general- ly. We thinh it would be well for the mating in Austin on the third of Novem- ber, to appoint a time and place for holding ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 15 September 1855

i Í 8 I it j i Fl £Tbv O niatt*ra' protesting evcry WÍ ÍL® Ii! l e g?in8t«ct8 oftvrann? U^ nrp3nt aPe51?dícal is nothing unless ^Ty1u ¿!iZmln¿ we believ*d that suppressed opinions'of the líáSn" and th\ rtwwprope' that it shoaW pres¿n?ü2lf d y by day, to the governing power with g*K upon the month. ° P Wlth a ~ obs^inate «flence was beheld a se- ™ SSTrt.5 Visited us ove* and wmLmtVn Í1® 8aspiclon of despotism found pungent allusions,- even in blank paper; we *TJZlTCeÍ WUh ^P^nment inPa hoZ of correction by express order of the Presi- dent, if we did not insert the notes in which 2s£se^ft* f 6eneral Yanez was , h insults; a fine was imposed «pon us for an error of the press; they sought to compel us to explain the source of aay information which we published; we wer« considered culpable if we asked any regard m behalf of the poor scholars of a college; it was intimated that we should confer exotic titles of honor aud respect on persons who did not own them; it was con- sidered a misde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 15 September 1855

£ ¿V * ' MISCELLANEOUS. .... MACHINIST. íltfií ttleninied woOld respectfully inform the X eitixens of Fort Bead and adjoining eounties, Art lk* has recently opened a shop in the city of lifkiwri, where lie is prepared to execute all kinds •f work embraced in the above line, in all of its breaches; All kinds of wrought iron #ork forged fcf —chini i j Horse-shoeing done on the most improved plan. Trusting in his long experience, he flwa confident of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. J, Texas, July 29,1854. v¿nlO Temple of Honor. ■JLEDGE—We will not make, buy, sell, or use, X M s beverage, any spirituous or malt liquors, or any other alcoholic beverage,— anted or not; bnt will use all honor- I to prevent their manufacture or use, or and this pledge we will keep and i tr. the end of Hie. empresario temple of honor, ■a. 16, w * ¿at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, mm Ik* it and third Friifays in every month. Aichie Mcmuxo, w. C. T. | Larkix Martin, W. V. t. W*. E. Kendall. P. W...

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