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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 December 1853

IpSSfe sO?wafe fSL |gi||jgj| as SENATE. Ablatc, Dec. Sib, 1853. to be emitted, An act to f. r the construction of the ?ppi and Pacific Railroad, being *nd reading:7 >TT offered an amendment 9 13th taction—Providing that the W eroju the rivers Trinity, rand Colerado on or near the ' north latitude as practicable. SGOTT said—that his object in was to fix the route of the > near as practicable on the line i 35? ® at the eroding of the three _ J rivers of ihejState. He thoaght i it had been pretty well setrted by OpK i« n thaljba parallel of 32 C tha feast*' for the coarse of that that line would give i for sectional feeling than any i the saw time it would leave fith the. company, Jo have. White 1 am up,T deem it my "duty to say. that tfce charge of sectionalism in an objectionable sense cannot be ap pliee to me. or to those with whom t he could not (seethat it made the bill any b^Uer, bjectioaablhB-to some i-s -'Vw" ' ■ . S Mr. PA??ffHAtr«-Mr. President: I arise again to make a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 December 1853

from the m on FALSER, PROPRIETOR* PUB IJSHER For sack square of ten lines, ' tor the first insertion, and fifty e*eh subsequent iaflertion. Advertise- t marked wift the number of insertion* de- t will be continned nntil otherwise ordered. . A liberal discount will ' M" ye*r- 6 of Candidates for State offi- k dollar*—County offices Sre dollars. 1 circulars, and communications of I nature, will be charged at the ~ alTaii ■■ ■in 11> aurerusements.. i • - . , i—w>——w—■ i ■ n advertising by 1 Ygnacior Forty miles below Laredo.— They report that the Indians crossed the Rio Grande at las Mugeres, some thirty miles redo—toojtdown the river, hone? ana miles in that direction. ThcVHslh turned out to the ranch of San Antonio Viejo— passed np by the Gato, where they killed some citizens, aud drove off nil their ani- mals. lillilrtlm Tubsday, Dec. 27th. Senate.—Senator Allen introdnced a bill to incorporate tlio Texas Steam Ship company. % ' -j The most important section in the bill is tlj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 December 1853

£*9.. *•-3fe' ~>'s "^35*^'' git •T ^ilMsaga /. * kk $ vt * <~ muau. • , ?. > annexed article from 'the Leon It l^ine® written and desenres the ot our legislators. Oar hostili- whboui reservation, and w«*re*Ud to see Others taking np the — - -- - i ; '* " a bill has been introduced enate, to amend the constitu- te State go as to permit banking, to meet with little favor from at t idj. Now what u the necessity ■ cause for banks in Texas. We scarce- ly take up an exchange from one of the < Id 8t*ea, but what we see accounts of (he bursting op of a, bank—such and : has failed, either wholly or itber the money is not worth pping paper, or ten, twenty oat the dollar. The money scattered far and wide. Here in the hands of this hard i farmer—fairly earned bv worth a chaw "of tobacco, pro is Mother dollar in the hands of i- poor mechanic, or this poor widow, rhaer (knifed it through long hours of g needle, and it is not how f value fiuJJLcient to thread, her needle It is'such a? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 December 1853

► spoken Aftttt trying upon twelje leagues, daw for experimenting pMSed. The United it fully, ad4 bare suc- the Choc taws, the •ad ettar tribes of Indt- _ j. to the statist ice in this matter, U wiR be foond th «t the United State* give abaat thirty times as much land in proportion to the. r number or Indiana, as that amendment proposes Jfat tar Indian?. To settle them alI up- on twelve leagnes of land, would give to each Indian abont two ncrea. It has been estimated that 50,000 acres are required for the subsistence of one banter. A bonier woald build his but in the middle, and hunt all over it in without killing any extraordi- f amount ot game. To propose to these Indians within twelve leagues, is to propose to establish them into a city. No county in the State has anything like such a populnion. and nine"7 hundred square miles of land is a constitutional county* The United States Government, estimating her In- dians at 97,000. gives tbem about 75,- J square miles. • measure, the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 January 1854

- ' i,' THE TEXAS STATE TIMES. "N CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY T NUMBER <>. * ■ V-: m T. BPTlEa KEtC, I York—a state which stands out promi- 94,1858, at I nently, as the most enterprising member of CngMrtj AMtto. 1 the confederacy, in agricultural, mechan- 0^ Gentlemen, j iaa] an(j commercial enterprise. And she jj: jretmrio-ditens of the State of Texas: j ^ perhaps, been more successful, or at ' i«Afeel myself highly .honored in being j jeast her enterprises have beeu underta- jggpg&ad to address you upon a subject j ken an(| carried through on a more gigan- so SBjportant to you and to the #holena- j scaie than those of Massachusetts, tipo, as thatJrocently and now attracting s&auchjtttention in this State, to-wit: tjwkenlyct of railway undertaking. ^£se before me many who have achieved She has been regarded as the most j Now, in the Northern States and Eu (renown, both in the Senate and in i,—who have aided to establish the __ of our common Union, and tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 January 1854

t*PUHJSHEit V JANUARY 7, 1854. each sqasre of ten line*, e dollar for the first insertion, and fifty ► for each mbeeqnent Jnsertiwi. Advertise- ments mt marked with the number of insertions de- sired, will be coatinned antil otherwise ordered, ftld chirped accordingly-. A fibers! discount will be made to those adrertiamg br the year. tar AeaonnceBKBt or Candidates for State offi- ce* ten dollars—Count}- offices fire dollars. |(9r Political circulars, and communications of • private or personal nature, will he charged at the •um rates aa advertisements. Col. Knee's Speech.—The speech •f this gentleman, on railroads, is pub- lished on the first page. The subject is handled with great ability. Attention to it is respectfully suggested. ' It will par well for a perusal. The articles in this issue are unu- sually long—a fault, perhaps—but we hope, long as they are, they will bear idimr.' c _ - On Thursday a stiff norther blew fP- The weather on Friday was colder r-'-flai any we have had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 January 1854

m U.< fy , jgp Rifles, y?" 4;S Smith and - ■ 1" G**n- *nd Lieutenants E. A. Palfrey and - Titfbrd, made a descent upon the Of nearly all the inhabitants of - Some oponed their doors np- and were captured; some were broken down. Those of the and also the warehouse, of Peter mere shivered, and the print of \ and butt ends of mnslccts are vet ' in the facings—his wife's sleeping \ she at the same time on a bed stormed by the soldiery with bayonets and pick-axes, and an in- Mftiag search of the room made. Other enormities were committed in iftb and other houses in town, needless tthtet fprth here. WfSSn some sixty citizens had been ; upon the river bank, Major Paul a selection of four, permitted the ! retire, and took his four to Ring- l Barracks, where he imprisoned them. Granger was heard to remark If he was sorry that Carvajal, (one of "ttfe four,) had not made some resistance, to that he would have had some excuse is €hoot Mm. This seemed to be the spi- ifc'bfthe soldiery. /Maj. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 January 1854

Dee. «r 1858. . BOURLAND offered thefollow- Committee on In- (instructed to take riety of ; general law, providing for i to loeal railroads in Texas. In presenting the resolution, Mr; said: The Committee on Improvement has had before it a hiH to proride for the construction of the Pacific railroad, which lias been re- to this House, and during the time ported the con .committee had that subject under con- i Ieg&lator8; Taking this view of ^deration, the subject of local railroads I move to lay the amendment was frequently referred to, and on last evening a question arose in committee^ whether the committee bad the right to originate and report a bill to the House, unless so directed by the House; and in order to be instructed, I have introduced that resolution, and hope it will pass. Mr. STAPP moved to amend by strik- ing out "locaL" The House refused to amend. Mr. HALL "said: I hope the resolu- tion will pass. It is simply laying a foundation for the committee to act upon. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 11 February 1854

-V- : ±=±_ " as .. ■ * -'. •%. \ " or ,>r y$i Sft SENATE. ..J of Mr. Pedigo a.*.#* §#31 8S& K !">/>' ; i ' v. V <: are meritorious, aril to c * *#>, CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, ftA TtJIM)AY, FEBRUARY 11, 1854. NUMBER If. \ \ £ discourage those which are void of ierit. Her legislature Before it grants a char- ter is advised of etery thing material to be known; the length of the road; the character of the country over which it will pass; the cost ;of construction,; the amount of freight which it will be likely to transport, "and the dividends which it will probably pay. The evidences of her progress in internal improvements are not like ours, to be found upon her statute books, and seldom elsewhere. Texas might proffit by her example. Let us, before plunging headlong into measures, the result of jrhich none of us can foresee, cast about and see what our real condition in a financial as well as in a moral point of view, may be, in re- gard to our public debt, the means of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 11 February 1854

dollars per annum, invariably in & -?3f "SF •4ef, _______ _ square, of ten lines, o fess, one dollar far the first insertion, a«d fifty l (br each subsequent insertfon. Advertise- i^th the number of insertions de- aired, will be continued until* otherwise ordered, flt^rhsryrct -fm'wwngly a liberal discount will besuute to thoseldkertiaing by the year. Announcement of Candidates for State on- ••a ten dollars—Codnty offices five dollars. circulars, and communications of > prfrate or personal nature, will be charged at the ■ante rates as advertisements. f® Capt. Charles F. McKenzie is ' authorized to act as our travelling agent. pi« receipts will be good against accounts jna the Times office and the South-West- ern American." . . School xjt thr Old Capitol.—By inference to the advertisement of Mrs. Thompson, it will be seen she contem- plates opening a school at the Old Capi- tol, on Monday next. Mrs. T..is an ex- perienced and able preceptress. Wejpnitted to call attention to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 11 February 1854

Wastitngton City.—t idred and fifty ; The subjoined article appeared in Hampton knows whether theNashville True Whig- The num- !ed in getting the amoant of tb&j bcr of : gentlemen hat ing emitted to iilte&er I w%sfcompelled to re-• this State from Tennessee, and after- ithe order unpaid. After Mr. Craw- j wards achieving distinction, would form . .« " ... " • _ __ i_j. ' rm.•_ 1 • . t&rd eame mto the Gazette office, in a ' .jnsioeas transaction with him he fell in "lay 4ibt seventy-five or eighty dollars, a i of which he forwarded me from on, the remainder I was reques- o«t of debts due that office, has* never been out of.tay debt for the time specified. In all ' theSe borrowing transactions I never re- ceived one cent of interest; it is true I 'never exacted it because I thought I was accommodating gentlemen-—if appears so &r as Maj. Hampton is concerned, I„waa mistaken. ; if As Maj. Hampton has by-insinuation attacked my honesty, I will propound the - In your settl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 11 February 1854

> i t iud motmted T gun#- ~ being barue ontbj any )tuWer, ia the asset tion tfee. si*e, as Trpll con- fr. Dawson's ■*c-y uy city in the United amount than the con- igoosidcr&tion- the ex- of setting them to country, situated as time those vessels were ^. being at war with a ent that had even a small navy, which they might have beenintercept- and capteed, in which event they ou!d have been legal praes. rt ave-io add one ■ act of Mr. eel ought to be .known .is.this: In November, er Iftajr of: the Texas vessels of arrived at Galveston, I was or i New York by the Secretary of „ „.. jr, for the purpose of obtaining for the Navy, nautical instru- ments Colt's repeating arms, and other thiftrn t^at were necessary before they vgpturo on the Gulf, where the ; ^Semy Weasels were cruizing. To effect / these objects I furnished by the Sec- retary of the Navy with drafts on the United States Bank at Philadelphia, amounting to forty thousand dollars. I ~ in New York on the 11th Decem- 19, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 February 1854

K (JbPL fhw t'"-*.' -'Z . author iz1 J wk? CITY OF AUSTT* VfflSAS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1854. r- •■ i 'ill - NUMBER 12. CAW BcnrnU .4ttt anfi Joist Rett- (MOMi ay Ike flftk Legit- rporate the Medical *** -.a, ', jorate the Shard Un- act to&corporute the Black Cy- idge, Fctry and Turnpike com- . ' ' An act granti^* to Henry J. Jewett, oft&etMrtiet h Judicial district of of absence from W& ~ for the relief of America . _ rporate the Linden iale Academy and Masonic two copies of meljoUrt to be made Coartv ., the constroc- i atid Pacific ra3^ " *a-3 . . an appropriation for iture, and the per ~ Hj'TWTlF * -* - the Commis- sioner of tha, General Landoffiee to ap- additional Draughtsmen and Assis- partment, and to fix of" the Comtdfcioner and all under his control. * \4a act supplementary to an act enti- tled an act authorising the Commissioner of the General Landoffiee to appoint ad- ditional Draughtsmen and Assistant clerks to his Department, and to fix the salaries ef the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 February 1854

i-Mtp -Mi Editor. \ £ UgWitfTe. Saturday, Feb. 11,1854. I Senate.—House bill, making appro- ,; priations for the use and support of the j. State Government for the years 1854 and ■"=" 11855, and other purposes, amended and AUSTIN, SATUKDAY, FEBRLAR1 18,1854 passed, The House concurred in the TERMS.—Three dollars per annum, invariably m ! amendments of the Senate to said bill. V amendment from the Senate, taken up; and the amendment concurred in by tbe House. A bill to repeal a Joint Resoution for ! the punishment of vagrants, approved ! 10th January, 1839, taken up; bill read ! 3rd time and passed. The NeM This will soon •3- ADVERTISING.—For each square of ten lines. • leas, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cant* for -each subsequent insertion. Advertise- ments net marked with the number of insertions de- sired, will he continued until otherwise ordered. aad charged accordingly. A liberal discount will b« made to those advertising by the year. Announcement of Candidates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 February 1854

; Hospital at St. Marks, Florida, Tva-? read v TT. ,%. A^ate on the loth inst. | a third time and passed. Mr. Clayton continued his speech in re-, The Senate then adjourned. Foreign News. Fnrtberbfitbe Irubia. notice that he would it into so much of m Missouri Compromise as prohibited slavery north of 3630. The majority of the Judiciary Com- mittee bare reported in favor of Mr. Phelps of Vermont being entitled to his seat in the Senate. Fearce introduced a resolution ng the Committee on Naval Af- fairstoiiiai lice into ' the expediency of Bakmg Bmtable acknowledgements to the Captains and crews of the vessels that receded the passengers of the San Fran- Ut Shields offered a resolution calling fojc awtbentie information 011 the subject. Both resolutions were adepted. In the House of Representatives, on the same day; Mr. Bissell introduced a bill for the relief of the surviving offi- cers and privates, who were on board the ■teuBship San Francisco, which was re- ferred to the Committe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 February 1854

warn the . turn, that if offered by die to qa&r- uls of a cortBkm , tbey caonot, at this tes- up another bill setting aside i. ' . i bOl is defeated, you will have ie to your constituents, with yonr fingers in your mouths, and teil that those who wanted the State pfanfor internal improvements, and those «^%anted to pay the state debt at the fiioe value, have out-generalcd you. K this mopey is not now set aside for education, such influences will probably bft brought to bear before the next session, ®d they are now strengthening daily) the opportunity of providing for this great object will be forever lost. . —•——— - Am Act donating to actual settlers on va- cantpublic domain, 160 ewes of Land. See. 1. Be it enacted by the legisla- ture of the State of Texas; That all in- dmduals who have settled upon and im- proved or may hereafter settle upon and improve a portion of the vacant public domain, which Las been neither filed Upon, entered, located or surveyed by virtue of some genu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 March 1854

he will let out the contract to those best calculated and best prepared to execute the work. I love my country, Mr. Speaker, and I have never been found, I trust, going for anything which was detrimental to the interestof'jny State. I may be pardoned for saying} that until I became connected with the Texas Central Railroad Compa- ny, my name* has never been mentioned in any law of the^epublic or State, in which every other itidjvidual, ^citizen of the country was not "erjjfift Uy "interested. I love my character,-, sir, mnd'I love my country a great-deal better than I love my purse.. *. -r-1: This is a good bill as it i j'-5l^Spe:ik- sr. I have.a great respect'for the. Sen- ate, and I think it best topass t}i^h--l>ill. The committee on Internal XmproveinetitSy of which I have the hon<5£ to bc-a me'rir tcr, have a local bill w&icjMias not yet been reported. We' want the co-ordinate action, of the Senate upon our local Jills, and I think w.e ought to pass this biljas soon as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 March 1854

chalybeate to the taste. Narrow ridges ! be developed greatly to the present anu of pine-covered hills pass through this ■ most durable interests of the people at country, which is well settled, but which J large—certainty and system in trade, offers few inducements to the stock-raiser; j speed and cheapness will be combined.— as the wild range of the woods has been The Colorado, the Lavacav Canev and destroyed by grazing, and the improve- other smaller streams, by means ot light ments of the owners of the land. This ! draft steamboats, will contribute materi- section of the State, being the most' ally through Matagorda and Texan a, to remote from the dangers of the Mexican j the trade and wealth of the place, and in and Comanche frontiers, was the first return get their shipments and supplies at which was well-settled by American emi- grants. Another day's journey brings him through extensive forests, and little prairies surrounded bv pine trees, and well mixed with sand and a dark...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 March 1854

f - : "v-v -tjT -_r- '• 4 r% CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1854. NUMBER 14. IRE. SENATE. ter. i m -"V-rsr Sz-jLgj&SBMt sio>\ ^ '• ■ ' . ' rfe-ggjfe? ' *'S ' " • to the SCRAL said—Mr." President: that it is necessary to say in regard to that ai&end- Senator who has offered it to be to secure the that is really hi3 object, offering it ; because the companies will have credit upon in their infan- .--•ar-y/f-Y*- >. . ?vi%. / M . • ;VlSi k-- -t s erthcr given to railroad ; them to construct their I believe those i to aid them^-that they • to base their cred- not as a mere donation, htbera mortgage their roads d them, I would i is your boasted liberality to- >tbing? Thatainend- to a prohibition. I opponent of the that amendment, j? TV secure ., but to defeat that is the object en have in view. i not making an the view of convincing Hopkins,. (Mr. Wren,) ~ les hisown opinions. . independence effected bV ! no gefcd in the graft V and therefore made >© t after...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 March 1854

. i&m : the.l , Editor. SATURDAY, MARCH 4,1854. • annum, invariably in r each square of ten lines. m tfte (iret insertion. ■ offices i th<£e chivalrous gentlemen, with despe- rate politicians holding out to the charms of fraud and the-attractions of. swindling. 3ned t snaky sednctions of those who A L.euffrom toir a wn on members of! TemiptmMc Soveaieat the Nebraska bill,; The Nacogdoches Ohronich adduces- in regard to it. He i the following as an evidence of the earn- >■ «Julius Fred-el, i estness of the people in the cause of tem- they lfeve set in silence,! perance reform: _ "We hare to record the fact the sum ONE HUNDRED ASD«PIPTY DOLLARS has been raised here in the last few days, in Mplomatic ' Tessas. Hls- Th3y have listened to the wily words of order to place " The Prohibitionist, and fifty • a°d have lent a not unpleasant paper published by the New York Tern in the hands p^jj^rmlaes into lies. Not one of the southern ; Beuators has yet lifted his voice in behalf an...

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