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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 22 September 1855

? r-9 • v THE E. H. RAWLINGS & CO. THE TOOL OF WO HM; THE SLAVE OF HO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. O.Ü Jfcti Afc SUN" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TBKSIS.—Two dollars and a half per annum, in ■ ii,„r.t three if paid in six months from the tea of ; or three dollars and a half if not paid udl the end of the ^ear. RATES OF ADVERTISING.—For each square of «úftt lútea or less, first insertion • • yi 00 F*«h safaaeqaeat insertion - - - JW Biiiímm Carda, mí< lines or less per annum, 10 00 One column, payable quarterly in adrance, nor anmiM • • w g«" nmi0f ffflnmn •••••• "W wu The SUN office is preparad to execute with neat- Ma* and despatch, all kinds of job work at the us- %al ' RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATÜRDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1855. notice to eontinue The Law *f Newspapers. 1. MbacribcTS who do not pre express qba i lullli j are considered as wishing to ffsuS^beri order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers may continue to send them until ail aareacagea are paid. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 22 September 1855

r < ¿&-ZP- f /■ ¿ THE TEXAS SUN. RAWLINGS, EDITO . SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER22,1855. Cibcclatiox.— The Texas Sun com- menced with a circulation of eight hundred, with • fair prospect of its increasing to several thousand during 1855. It is the largest paper published on the Brazos river. The Loafer. What an exquisite pleasure the loafer en- joys ! With nothing to do but to sit around the stores and groceries; with no eares troub- ling I mind about board bills and store ac- counts; not fearing the approach of epidem- ics or the hard times which follow short crops, because in the one case he can move off to a healthy region with a consciousness that ev- ery body is made glad by Ids departure, while in the other, he is not worsted, because never having sown, he neither expects nor eares to reap. He eats, drinks and is merry, without any apprehension tbat want may visit him with to-morrow. He is a sympa- thetic individual, too; for whenever he sees the mechanic toiling in the hot, broi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 22 September 1855

■<r f ¿me***w F i L H . / . .ex-l _ i thai It admits of being lowered, to flat- tea or ahupen the tone. These whistles ate made of different sizes, so as to produce the desired tone corresponding with each aqte, fce. This completes the machine with tla exception of a cylinder similar to those aaed m a common hand organ or music box, containing cogs, which, when properly ar- ranged, will, when tuned by hand or other- *Ó*e> operate upon the valves in snch a man- Mi as to play any tunc desired, by simply changing the position of the cogs, whicli are ¡atended to be movable. One ©f these instruments can be heard fawn ten to twenty-five miles on the water, and every note will bo perfect and full.-— "We heard the inventor ply "Rosalie" on it, a6d it looked like "getting offtall notes" nechanically. This invention is so complete- ly under the control of the operator that, were it arranged with a key board similar a pif". it would obey the slightest touch, «ad a could play slow or quic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 22 September 1855

* . y miscellaneous. maciukt. I would respectfully inform the i off Fort Bend and adjoining counties, ibehae recently opened a shop in the city of MMBd, where he hi prepared to execute all kinds • wark embraced in the above line, in all of its All kinds of wrought iron work forged Hone-shoeing done qp the most Trusting in his long experience, he t of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. Richmond, Texas, Jnly 89,1B54. v¿n1 Temple or Honor. PLEDGE—Wo will not make, buy, sell, or use, ^ as a beverage, any spirituous or malt liquors, 1 cider, or any oth<r alcoholic beverage,— r enumerated or net; but will use all honor- i to prevent their manufacture or use, or : therein, and this pledge we will keep and i inviolate K the end of life. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR. 16, w "«at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, M Ik* filk and thud Fridays in every month. Archie McFarlawd, w. C. T. • Lamis Martin, w. v. T. W* E. Kendall. P. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLS mum at Tangier's HUI on th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 29 September 1855

s ¿ «3 THE TEXA 5 j -Jf.£ RAWLINGS & CO. *r* : THE TOOIi OP HO MAW; THE SLAVE OP XO PARTY. VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1855. PUBLISHERS AND rEOriUETOBS XOfBER 88. flixTir PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY. TERMS.—Two dollars and a half per annum, In i; thrfc dollars if paid in six months from of anbseribing; or three dolían and a half if Rot paid until the end of the year. RATES OF ADVERTISING.—For each square of mght lines or less, first insertion • - #1 00 Each subsequent insertion • - - - - 50 Diiaiaeas Cards, tight lines or less per annum, 10 00 OatMlun, payable quarterly in advance, per «■■■■■■ ..... 125 00 fftlnmn ...... 65 00 Quarter column - - - - - 35 00 IferSUN office is prepared to execute with neat- Mai and d—patch, all kinds of job work at the us- jaalrates. The Law of Newspapers. L Subscribers who do not pre express notice to thqcMruy, are considered as wishing to continue 1 If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papera, publishers may ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 29 September 1855

V «íV^ ^ -\\ \ THE TEXAS SUN. HAWLBÍTG&, EDIT.OB. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBERS, lt&5. Circulation.— The Texas San com- menced with a circulation of eight hundred, with a (air prospect of its increasing to several thousand during 1855. It is the largest paper published on the Brazos river. Democratic Meeting. TTe have been requested by several old- fine Democrats, living in different parts of wr county, to give notice that the Demo- cratic Party of Fort Bend county will hold • meeting in the town of Richmond, on the first Saturday in October, for the purpose of appointing delegates to represent them in the Mass Meeting to be held in the city of Austin on the 3d of November next, and to take the preliminary steps for effecting a thorough organization of their party in old Fort Bend. We give the notice at this early day, in order that every Democrat in the county ■My have ample time to make it convenient to attend. * The meeting will be held iu the Court House at 3 o'clock P. M., and n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 29 September 1855

The Mezlcsn Question. The Northern papers devote a considera- ble amount of attention to the present as- pect of Mexican affairs, and the recent flight of Santa Anna baa given additional zest to their speculations as to the future of our dis- tracted neighbors. The National Intelli- gencer appears to be opposed to the annexa- uf Mexico, qneat and expresses a wish to hear the views of the conservative press on the subject. The New York Herald, with other go-a-heads, is inclined to favor the views expressed by us immediately after the flight of Santa Anna, as the following ex- tract from the Herald of the 4th inst. proves: " In this distracted condition of affairs the ion of annexation to the United States already been broached. The New Or- leaas Delta advocates that course; and there is no denying that with whatever danger to the perpetuity of our own Federal Union that measure might be at this moment fraught, it is the only adequate and efficient means of establishing peace, and the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 29 September 1855

•¿1. . MISCELLANEOUS. SIUIIIYIST. fllHE undersigned would respectfully inform the JL citizens of Fort Bend and adjoining comities, feat he has recently opened a shop in the city of Swhmond, where he is prepared to execute all kinds •f work embraced in the above line, in all of its knadwi; All kinds of wrought iron work forged fcr machinery. Horse-shoeing done on the most Trusting in bis long experience, he tanroved plan. Mil confident of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. Richmond, Texas, July 29,1-04. ra!1) Temple «1* tionor. " E—We will not make, buy, sell, or use, as a beverag -, any spirituous or malt liquors, cider, or any other alcoholic beverage,— enumerated or not; but will use ail hunor- to prevent their manufacture or use, or "Dledg X asa br traffic therein, and this pledge we will keep and id of life. inviolate tz the end < EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, V*. 16, mac "-at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, •a tha fir and third Fridavs in every month. Archie McÍaruxd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 6 October 1855

bCi ■Hi ■ | v J. SL H. BAWIWGS ft CO. THE TOOL OF NO MAN; SLAVE OF NO PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS . VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1855. NUMBER 39. FITltLISlIED EVERY SATURDAY. TE8M&—Two dollars and a Wf per annum, in advance; Aim dollars if paid in di monlto from «k*t¡M«r sabacvittiag; or three dollars and a half if not paid until the end of the year. ^ RATES OF ADVERTISING—For each square of ágkt linas or less, firt insertion - - f 1 0© Each sabaeaaeat Insertion . • • • 60 lasinsss C**w«wte lines or less per annum, 10 00 One catana, psjahle quarterly in advance, • 125 UU . . A . - 66 00 % 00 *The SUN ottco is prepared to exccote with neat- i and despatch, all kinds of job work at the ua- Tfce Law of IVewqifen. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to Ik* contrary, an considered as wishing to continue their ¿abaeriptioaa. 1 If subscriber* order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers may continue to send theui until nil arrearages are pniu. 9...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 6 October 1855

THE TKXAS SUN. KDITOR. SATURDAY, OCTOBER S.18Ó5. Ai several of oar editorially, the eoqniriaif to Texas daring ClkCOLATKMf. — The We hope that the Democracy of Fort will ton oat a fall fine this It m trao that the notice of the ii i limited eae; bat this vat , m it ra aim—y that &e I he held by the first Saturday, in mder to secern s represontstinn in Anstin on at the msth The notice of the : will hare been pablished in two is- i of oar paper; the lest of which will ra large majority of oar countr lor then to attend, inasmuch as the i goes to press on Friday at noon, though Satarday, and is placed in the post- oiee ¡n¡time te reach many of oar country friends the same evening it is pablished. In this fast age of oars, all hinds of para- doxes are perpetrated. The American abas- es the foreigner and seeks to deprive him, politically, of eqaal rights; and yet be will go into sistseiss si the thought of possessing as fthsaghni code or an Arabian ■tad. For oar part we are willing to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 6 October 1855

■ ^ 9 EXECUTION OP REBELS AT CAN- TON. ftaa tf Frmmi 4 CUnn, Mmrdk 14. I ««r iMMika «• the retirement of the skew, k k stated that the irfMakfMtgktoCmtMupni- v being decapitated at the rate yi a h—d>ad «ni«h a day. That vu the taaber, «i ven told, executed en Satar- •4mj laat, a ■Bcctacle to which we were wit- «M The Cortos execution ground has be- "hn heea described ia this journal, and for ■aH oar leadon it is not necessary to repeat that it ia sitaated about 100 vards from the t aft a dlKaace of two mile or so below The ground is oblong, about 1 AO feet ia length, the entrance on the side nsarsst the river being about six feet. This fa dosed with ban during practical opera- At the grand entrance the ground is N> feet wide. On the right hand, i on to several oven and tile dktorits. •ached the execution ground were ¡net with hands to their nostrils i their tails tied round their feces, for of avoiding the horrid stench, which could literally be "felt" at a consider- able dist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 6 October 1855

gr MISCELLANEOUS. MA€1H\[ST. fllHE undersigned would rcspectfblly inform the 4 ww* of Fort Bend and adjoining counties. #t ^f k* lkos ■■ in>!■ - * _ « 2 ii . i tk.it ho bu recently opened a shop in the city of JLclimond, where he ia prepared to exccnte all kinds •f work embraced in the above line, in aU of its Mmmr All kiadsof wrought iron work forged fcr. machinery. Horao shoeing done on the most improved plan. Trusting in.his long experience, he nab CMMnt of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. Richmond, Texas, July 29,1H54. vinlO Temple ofHouor. T>LEDGE—We will not nu>ke, buy, sell, or use, Xaa a beverage, any spirimous or malt liquors, wine or cider, or any other alcoholic beverage,— whether enumerated or net; but'will use all honor- to prevent their manufacture or use, or traffic therein, and this pledge we will keep and inviolate tr. the end of life. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, Mo. IS, w -¿at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, mm the fit and third Fridays in ever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 13 October 1855

N> THE TEXAS 1. H. RAWLING8 k CO. THE TOOJL OF IfO 1AI; THE SLAV4B OF HO PARTY. PUBLISHERS fS&iD^ROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1855. NlT PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. TERMS—Two dolían and a half per annum, in Wtum; thns dollars if paid in aix months from «ha tins of subscribing; oVthree dolía and a half If not paid until the end of the year. RATES ~ •f eight Each Of ADVERTISING.—For each square or leas, first insertion - - $1 00 a - - - - 50 Business Cards, eight lines or less per annum, 10 00 rabie quarterly in advance, 185 00 65 00 35 00 to execute with neat- hinds of job work at the us- «•I ~ One ostuaa, paya Half sSiw Qu.irter'eoUu The 8ÜN office The Law *f lewspapers I. Subscribers who do not give express notice to tka contrary, are considered as wishing to continue tfcsir subscriptions. i. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, publishers may continue to send them until «U amanees ara paid. X If subscribers neglect, or re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 13 October 1855

éS¿ THE TE&&S SUN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13,1855. iyWe stop arrival in Galv Friday evening, 2 B. Waller, as *# read val took the Boor that would be to announce the die Brunette, 8a- ;h all the Iron ne- Road to Bichmond. lock, P. M. in Richmond. posted np at for a meet- Party in Bichmond, ning, are vent np to the and hear for ourself. H. concluded his speech just [-house, and Dr. Du- ,ted the programme in future by this par- gr&ha notice poste stréets, calling for ieuLParty in Bic The presentDemocratic candidate for Gov- ernor in Massachusetts, (Beach,J in his let* ter of acceptance, speaks the saine language to the Southron, as Wisfe, of Virginia. Our platform contains nothing proseriptive, sec- tional, or selfish, and yet it secures, by its principles, the Constitutional rights of all i iWe can not give up such a party as this for the Know Nothing—a party which makes war upon the Constitution of America, pro- scribes a religious sect, and refuses to sub- mit to a naturaliza...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 13 October 1855

11 f • V I a Great Agrionltcralist of Texas. * ifr. Affleck, the well known rural ccono- _ feist of the Booth, has spent three months of ' tie .present year in Texas, and gives the re- anlt of his observations in his forth-coming almanac -for 1856. He crossed the State from where the line of 319 intersects the Sabine to San Antonio, and thence took a * Big-sag north-easterly course back for Miss- issippi, acquiring a- pretty good knowledge at the country south of 32 =. He says— The conclusion we have come to is, that this part of Texas, embracing an extent of territory tally equal in extent to the entire States of Alabama and Mississippi, contains 'maré really choice land for its extent, suited to the growth of cotton, cane and corn, and with less of -waste or even ordinary land, than any other portion of the Union, or of the world. The face of the country, almost universally, is exceedingly beautiful, and fies well for cultivation. Towards the sea- coast, there is a wide belt of le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 13 October 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. MACHINIST. HE undersigned would respectfully infc eitisena ofrort Bead and adjoining a to has recently opened a «hop in the city of unood, where be is prepared to execute «11 kinds of awk embraced in the above line, in all of its All kinds of wrought iron work forged Horseshoeing done on the moat Trusting in his long experience, be t of giving general aatiafortion. E. G. LOVALL. Kdwaoad, Texaa, July 29,1864. v2nl0 Teasle *r Honor. or not; bat will bplcdprewe will keep and EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, Wo. 18, w • jat Tempter's Ball, on Morton street, OB the fir and thud Fridays in every month. Asean McFarlabd, w. C. T. t Lmnt Marti , W. V. T. Wn £. KSHDALL. P. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLS mam at Templer* Hall on the first Monday eren- fas eaeh month. Aechie McFarland, D. T. W. E. Kendall, D. V. T. Jho. & Duval, P. D. T. WOOD BINE SOCIAL DEGREE • Impresario Temple of Honor, No. 16, meets at Teaanlar's Hall on the aecond and fourth Saturday or sunga of eaeh month...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 20 October 1855

TEXAS L H. RAWLIXGS & CO. THE TOOJL OF UTO MAX; THE SLAVE OF XO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1855. NUMBER 41. STTCT PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TERMS.—Two dollars and a half per annnm, in a. 1 vanee; three dollars if paid in si* months from t:ie time of subscribing; or three dollars and a half if not paid until the end of the year. KATES OF ADVERTISING.—For each square of eight lines or less, first insertion - $1 W) Rach subsequent insertion 50 IS : .¡ness Cxrds, tight iiues or less per annum, 10 '>0 O i< column, payable quarterly in advance, per anuum • 00 Half eolumu ------ 65 00 Qi: irter column - - - - - - 35 00 The SUN office is prepared to execute with neat- ness and despatch, all kinds of job work at the us- nal rates. The Law or Mewnpaper*. i. Subscribers who do not gire express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue tlirir subscriptions. •j. If subscribers order the discontinuance of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 20 October 1855

;e,¿ ájfl S&Sflqg?1"-. TIIE TEXA •— - JS sua. EDITOK. SATURDAY, OCTOBER S ,l®8. Cibcolation.— The tpayis Sun com ■encQd with a circulation of ciglit hundred, with a fair prospect ofits increasing to several thousand during 1855. It is the largest paper published on the Brazos river. Democratic Meeting. As there was a mistake in regard to the lime of holding this meeting, the appoint- ment oí delegates to the State Convention to beheld in Austin next January was post- poned until the last Monday in this month, at which time the Democrats, and all others opposed to know-nothingism in the county, are invited and requested to attend for the purpose of making said appointments. American Meeting. In accordance with a previous notice, about 100 of our citizens assembled in the court house on the evening of the 8th inst., to hear the trae and gennine principles of the American party proclaimed—among the ■amber present were some fonr or five ladies. Up to Tuesday last we were under the i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 20 October 1855

f r TELEGRAPHIC. ONE WEEK LATER FBOM EU ROPE. APHTVAL OF THE CANADA. [From the N. O. Picayune. ] Halifax, Oct. 9.—The Canard steamship Canada, Gapt. Stone, has arrived here from Liverpool with intelligence thencc to Satur- day tl be 29th nit., one week later than that ' received by the Pacific. Of coarse her news from the seat of war and from the con- tinent generally is correspondingly later. Liwpoil Cotton Market. The circulars of the Liverpool cotton mar- ket, brought by the Canada, report a decline of} per pound in prices. The decline is attributed to the tightness prevailing in the money market. ' The sales of the week, since the depár- tale of the Pacific, are reported at 36,000 bales. The quotation are for Fair Orleans 6jd. per pound. For Fair Uplands the quota- tions are 63 d. per pound; and for Middling Uplands 5Jd. per pound, Brcadstnffs. The circulars of the Liverpool breadstuffs market brought by the Canada do not indi- cate any change of moment since the depar- ture of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 20 October 1855

5S= ss«- MISCELLANEOUS. HACI1M1ST. ved would respectfully inform the TIB undersign citizen* of r< 'ort Bend and adjoining counties, ntly opened a shop in the city of citizens of that he has recent _ Brtawi, where he u prepared to execute all kinds •f work llaaunl in the above line, in all of its hi authee, All kind of wrought iron work forged fcr —chitry. Hone «hoeing done on the most Trusting in his lonj* experience, he t of giving general satisfaction. E. 6. LOVALL. I, July 89,1854. r2nl0 Temple of Honor. PLEDGE—We will not make, buy, sell, or nse, as a beverage, -any spiritnous or malt liqnors, wine or eider, or any other alcoholic beverage,— whether enumerated or not; but will nse all honor- able means to prevent their manufacture or use, or the traffic therein, and this pledge we will keep and maintain inviolate tc the end of Ufe. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, Mm. 16, w '¿at Tempter's Bail, on Morton street, N ie ht and third Fridays in every month. Archie McFakland, w. C. T. ...

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