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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 March 1855

/O JB * i- CENTRAL S3S8H BY T. D. & R. A. VAN HORN. ®® c£>ao. Sillll tfc) JlcqOSft aST*/ ce>rtnítr^fryl c£>ssi c$KS)mcs>a33 TERMS—$3 00 IN ADVANCE VOLUME I. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, MARCH 17, 1855. NUMBER XLII. SELECTED POETRY. Lines—By an American Cathe lie Priest. Written under the Flag of the Capitol. They say I do not love thee, Flag of my native land; Whose meteor folds above me, To the free breeze expand; Thy broad stripes proudly streaming. And thy stars so brightly gleaming. They say I would forsake thee, Should some dart crisis lower; That, recreant, I should make thee Crouch to some foreign power. Seduced by license ample. On thee blest flag to trample. Hiey say that bolts of thunder, Cast in the forge of Rome, May"rise and brine; thee under— * Flag of my native home; And with one blow dissever 31 y heart from thee forever. False are the words they utter; Ungenerous their brand; And rash the oaths they mutter, Flag of my native land; While still, in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 March 1855

Ci-NTRAL TEXIAN W.V. B. KEM.ÍOLDS, Editor. TKRMS: Subscription, Three Dol'ar. annum in advance; Foar Dollars if úot paid in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar p<*r guare, for he first insertion and Fifty :nts for each additional insertion—ten lines or less constituting * square. Professional or business cards, of n t more than ten lines, will be inserted at Teu Dollars per annum. Announcing candidates for county offices Five Dollars, other announcements, Ten Dol- lars. Advertisements not marked with the number pf insertions will be continued until ordered out. and charged accordingly. Marriage aid obituary notices exceeding ten line? will be charged for as advertise- meuts. A liberal deduction made to those who ad- vertise by the year. These are our cash prices. Tw nty-five por cent, will be charged on all bills where payirxent is delayed to the end of the year. Tyler Telegraph. " In contemplating," said the great Washington, in his farewell address, per' "the causes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 March 1855

mm T Telegraphic News. w ] dispatch I States forces, under his couiiiiaud, cap-(the preceding-night upon the venre of i turcil V«ra ()rny >jihI tiiu Pocfin nffionl • Ti-1 i ^ gone ten feet fur •een all day" ••respondent. ft Ices have declined ir- per pound.— savs; Prices for flour are a tñtie higher, with ! \ye understand that the President sales of Ohio at $9 25 to t9 C2£ per ¡ senj jn t|,e nomination on the 22d of I February, but the Senate has held no isew >orK, March 6. ¡executive session till yesterday, when Ship Burnt at Sea. Ihe capper j f^g nomination was immediately con ship Arman, from .New Orleans, bound ¿lined. for Marseilles, was struck by lightning j ' -Washington, March 3. while on the voyage, and entirely con-; The Closing Hours of Congress.— suined. [Ihe date ot the catastrophe i jn the Senate to-day every imaginable is not given.] Her crew was saved by j scl.eme lu deplete the Treasury was a passing vessel. Ihe Annan was i brought forward asan amendment to ow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 March 1855

,í Vi m N. ORLEANS CARDS. S. Hopkins, Jr., "YJfTHOLESALE dealer in Clothing, fur- V V nishing and plantation goods, 35 Mag- 7.i ne street, comer Gravier, Granite block New Orleans. La. ie3 Tolbert Wilson, RECEIVING, Forwarding and Commis- sion Merchant,No. 17 Carondelet street, New Orleans. Particular attention paid to the purchasing of Goods. july 1-y BUSINESS NOTICES. New Goods, New Goods. Thomas L. While, 105 Canal Street, Second door below the Mechanics' and Traders' Bank. New Orleans. BOOKSELLER and Stationer, Law, Med- ical, Miscellaneous and School Books; Writing Pa¡>er. viz : Cap, Letter Note, and Wrapping Paper of various qualities, Quills, Steel Pens. Ink, and a general assortment of Blank Books. Also, new publications. C0untry merchants and teachers are tc- qu d to call and examine the stock, jl-y Lewis Snapp. /COMMISSION and For warding Merchant, No. 33 New Levee, New Orleans. Par- ticular attention paid to the filling of orders or sale of Cotton or Western Produce. f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 March 1855

VOTERS OF THE! Pate of texas. j Two-Citizens: As the time is rap-; approaching when you will be j "called-upon, in the exercise of the elective franchise, to select from your j midst some individual to discharge the j important duties entrusted to the Ex-1 ecutive of the State for the ensuing j two years, I have, in view of existing issues, determined to announce mvseli a-candidate for that position, and adopt this method of giving my opinions upon such subjects of State policy as seem at present to engross the public attention. Occupying a country unsurpassed in the fertility of its soil and in its adaptation to the culture of the great staples of the South, as well as the cereals of the Middle States, but which has unfortunately been denied, to a great extent, those natural channels of intercommunication which so happily exist elsewhere, we are forced, from the necessity of our condition, to adopt some policy which will serve to en- courage the construction of railroads throughout...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 March 1855

WE S3. SENKOLDS Editor. TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars per annum, in advance; Four Dollars if not paid in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar ppr square, for the first insertion and Fifty- Cents for each additional insertion—ten lines or less constituting a square. Professional or business cards, of not more than ten lines, will be inserted at Ten Dollars per annum. Announcing candidates for county offices Five Dollars, other announcements, Ten Dol- lars. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions will be continued until ordered out, and charged accordingly. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertise- ments. A liberal deduction made to those who ad- vertise by the year. 1 hese are our cash prices. Twenty-five per cent, will be charged on all bills where payment is delayed to the end of the year. ANDERSON, TEXAS: SATURDAY, JUNE 30,1§55. FOR GOVERNOR, HON. D. C.DICKSON. For telegraphic news see first page. Is Dr. Jiic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 30 May 1856

-r~c i THE ILL SS van horn. by t. YOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COIMTY, TEXAS, MAY 30, 1856. ODD FELLOWS' ADDRESS, delivered in anderson, may 1, 1856, by caft. vv. p, rogers. Anderson, May 1st, 1856. Dear Sir and Brother: Gratified at the very eloquent address delivered by you on this day, before the Alta Mira Lodge, No. 55, I.'O. O. F., and citizens of Grimes countv, we have been instructed to request of you a copy of the same for publication. Hoping it may be in your power to com- ply with the desire of the Lodge and the wishes of our community, we have the honor to be, with high regard and esteem, Fraternally and truly, yours. H. H. Lusimis, — # Capt. W. P. Rogers, Washington, Texas, May 23,1856. Dear Sirs and Brothers : Enclosed please fiud the address delivered to the I. O. O. F. at Anderson, on tho 1st of May. It was prepared amidst the hurry, and Í may add the confusion of business incident upon mv attendance upon the District Court, and is, therefore, necessarily imperfect. Imper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 30 May 1856

Subscription, Three Dollars per anuuui ávance ; Three dollars and Fifty cents* if paid within si* months, and Four Dollars if not paid withiu six montte from the time of subscribing. Tcxian and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. I Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight lines or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business cards, of not more than ten lines, will be inserted a* Ten Dollars per annum. Announcing candidates for county offices Five Dol- lars, otner announcements, Ten Dollars. larri age and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Friday Morning, May 30, 1856. Our Third Volume. « With our present issue the Texian enters n its third year ; and in the commence- ient of a new volume, we deem it not liss to call the attention of our patrons to ie propriety of their adjusting the accounts ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 30 May 1856

Paper from the Bark of Cotton. We called attention some months ago to specimens of hemp made from the bark stripped from cotton stalks and left at our office for public inspection. We now learu from the New York Day Book, that speci- mens of the bark have been exhibited to paper manufacturers at the North, which is found to be of a fibrous character, and is considered to be well adapted for the manufacture of good paper. The best pe- riod for preparing this cotton hemp will be as soon as practicable after picking oí cot- ton has been finished. The plants should then be pulled up and dew rotted like hemp or flax, and afterwards broken up and the bark separated from the wood of the stalk. The specimens of cleaned bark exhibited to experienced paper makers, was consider- ed equal to good rags worth 6 cents per pound, or about $1 20 per ton, and was pronounced the best substitute for rags of any raw vegetable material known to the trade. The importance of an abundant and che: p material...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 30 May 1856

.. f h Balm, Certain Remedy for Baldness, Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. AS a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and keep- in the Hair Soft, Glossy, and in a Healthy J i tion, it is unequalled. ' Its positive qualities a* fil'uri : * It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens Hoe roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tiuii^aiid prevents the hair changing color or get- ting gray- 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when done up in it over ifight.' This Balm is made from the original receipt procured irom the original Turkish Hakim (phy- sician) of Constantinople, where it is universally used. The Turks have always been celebrated for their wonderful skill in compounding the richest perfumes and all ether toilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic herbs, &c., of which this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used for the hair. Hence a case of baldness or thin head 1 of hair is entirely unknown m that country. We | wish but one ti-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 6 June 1856

m .**• Y*"!. > i 'My THE S % TEXIAN sm BY T. D. & R. A. VAN HORN. YOL. 3. "2K5l?2I2SH?aH ¿LL SISIldíí-imaáI. SN K6KS." - =n=^ JjgjfrjXjpjL;r a —-- , — TERMS--$3 00 IN ADVANCE ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 6, 1856. NO. 2 «Life on the Ocean Wave." " A life on the Ocean Wave!" The niau who wrote it was green; lie never has been to sea, And a storm he has never seen. He never has seen a wave As it dashed o'er the vessel's deck ; He never has seen a fire at s-ea. Or been floating upon a wreck. He never has been aroused From his morning'sgcatle doze. By the sound of splashing water, As it fell from the horrid hose. He never has heard a man Scrubbing right over his l ea;!. With a noise sufficient io ajusc íMdKvtha grave the ' 'uKiberiug dead. He never has seen a fat w man Growing thi her day by day. And leaning over the vessel's s:de, Throv. iug herself away. While people lo^k carelessly on, Though in tears the woman may be, And unfeelingly say it is nothing at ail, Only the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 6 June 1856

• ; CENTRAL TEXIAN. wi, JB. REHHOLDS, Editor. k\ ir.it.Ub : Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and -Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not paid within six months from the time of subscribing. Texian and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight lines or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business cards, of not more than ten lines, will be inserted at Teu Dollars per annum. A nnouncing candidates for county offices Five Dol- lars, other announcements, leu Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be ehnrged for as advertisements. ^ INDERSON.^TEXAS: Friday Morning, June 6, 1856. Hon. R. C. Neblett, Representative from this county in the State Legislature, has resigned. The first cotton blossoms we have seen this year, were brought to town on th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 6 June 1856

X \ * Pretty Good, but we do nJt believe it.— An affected lady about to be married in a place not over four hundred miles off, went to look at some furniture. She wished to have a piece of furniture to set in a corner of the parlor, upon which to place books and curiosities. She saw several, but they did not suit. It seemed she could not ex- plain what she wanted. Finally she said : "Mister, have you got any with under-trow- scrs in them ?" " "With what ir ?" ejaculated the surpris- ed dealer in veneered cherry, <fcc., " with what in ?" "With under trow -trow- tro wsers in them." " And what the deuce, madam, would you do with under-trowsers in a piece of furniture like that ?" " Why, to put shells and other curiosi- ties in." "Ah! oh! hem! You mean drawers, oh! why did u't you say s> ? Walk up stairs, ma'am." The lady collapsed, and a footman placed Ler in an open chariot quicker 'n a flash. A Yankee doctor has recently got up a remedy for hard times. It consists of ten hour's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 6 June 1856

Jj MEDICINES. MISCELLANEOUS. ¡WASHINGTON SALVE MEDICINES, &C. R. H. R. ¿Izotes Turkish Balm, i so agreeable to the taste that any one taking it Hie only Certain Itemed// for Baldness,soon prefers it to any wine; while its a-tion on and for Preventing and. Slnrrninn the stomach and bowels is prompt and efficient. R K and for Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. AS a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and keep- in the Hair Soit, Glossy, and in a Healthy J', t ion, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities a.i follows: 1st. It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigcfr to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing color or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when done np in it over night. This Balm is madr? from the original receipt, procured Irom the original Turkish Hakim (phy- sician) of Constantinople, where it is universally used. The Turks have always been celebrated for their wonderful skill in co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 13 June 1856

* w f Slip BY T. D. & R. A. VAN HORN. sN S?MB1KT ON TEXIAN. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES (fOUNTY, TEXAS,JUNE'I8, 1856. TERMS--$3 00 IN ADVANCE May. I Leigh Hunt, whose writings are remarkable o r an extreme delicacy of fancy, although Jeform- ed by a quaintness savouring óf affectation, is the author of the following poem, suggested by the season, which shows iu a striking manner both his excellencies and his defects] : May! thou month of rosy beauty ! Month when pleasure is a dutv"; Month of maids that milk the kine— Bosom rich and breath divine ; Month of bees and month of flowers ; Month of blossorn-'aden bowt-rs; Month of little hands with daises. Lover's love and poets praises; Oh, thou merry month complete-- May !—that very name is sweet! NO. 8. May was maid in olden'times, And is still in Scottish rhymes. May's the blooming hawthorn boughs ; May's the month that's laughing now. I no sooner write the word Than it seems as though it heard. Like a sweet face, rosily; Like an act...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 13 June 1856

CENTRAL TEXIAN. The Cincinnati Convention. WI. S. BEXKOLDS, Editor, li.RMS : Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not. paid within six months from the time of subscribing. Texian and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar pt-r square, for 'be first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight liues or less in bre- vier. or ten lines in long primer constituting a See, in another column, telegraphic ac- counts of the proceedings at the Cincinnati Convention. The platform, as reported by the commit tee on resolutions is, it occurs to us, all that the South could desire. The party, by its provisions, is pledged to the support of the Constitution, in all its pans and as an en- tirety, and lit is assumes a nationality in its Professional or business cards, of not more than ¡ aspect gratifying to behold in these days of ten lines, will be inserted a* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 13 June 1856

mm rx agasaPMCB Dismissal of tie British Consuls. L -U ! CP Have yon a DUeaicd Liver I The question, though startling, is sufii- ... LHa-Ati KOTIOES. The followiro. the letter ofdismijal lo;,.^,, ^,I¡"The7the ~ Estray Rotlcc. J «BC ?íi níín MTsfpn?1! }°rk : í Mta. oí Ho Livor have bo-j TA,KFX «?%*> " W. N-'i. <*>**&* \ AIR. MARCY TO. MR. BARCLAY. I t . . , , •.,„., JL before C. Davis. Esq., J-P., May 13th, State, Department Washington, ) i 0rne 11)05 alarmingly frequent in the Lnited a. certain Bay Horse Pony, about fourteen hands | May 28th 1S5G. ' f | States. Indeed, there are few formidable diseases high, and about sixteen years old. , No niarks or I Sir • For reasons which lrive Iippti .-m i ■ t'iat are not traceable, in some wav. to a deranged i brands perceivable. Appraised at twelve dollars : Oír. ror reasons wniui na\e ueen com- ' -• - i and fifty cents, by A. M. Darby and F. P.Morej\ ¡ =.tate of that important organ. Many ot the com-1 J. G CHATHAM. Clerk. C. C ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 13 June 1856

í MEDICINES. MISCELLANEOUS. rp ® Turkish Baten, go agreeable to the tasie that any one taking it inn only Certain Remedy for Hftldness, soon prefers it to any wine: while its-action on and for Preventing and Stopping the stomach and bowels is prompt and efficient, the Faltinq out *of the Ilair. I^ ,by keeping the organ in which the basis of At? T^iof a .. b i * ! the blood is formed in a healthy and pure state, "¡ Ü S!H trto'S Glx !■ condition, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities ¡ unequalled. Its positive qualities are as follows: 1st. It frees the head from-dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing color or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when done up in it over night. This Balm is made from the original receipt, procured irom the original Turkish Hakim ("phy- sician) of Constantinople, where it is universally used. The Turks have always been celebrated for their wonderful skill i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 20 June 1856

m ■Psi? r CEN "Wl. TEXIAN. BY T. D. & K, A. VAN HORN. - VOL. 3 (S jKSSPSraSKT OK áLL USIBiSGTS—HBBWUL ON HONS." TERMS~$3 00 IN ADVANCE. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 20, 1856. NO. 4. The Kiss. Starf were beaming. Lana gleairing, I was dream- Dreams as sweet ling, As the olden summers golden that have rolled on Still, yet fleet. Then from the Aidencame a maiden^beauty-laden Girl was she) ; Glorious creature! each fafrit Unto me. feature was a teacher ' Close beside me''—who dare chide roe ? ['• Here, Blushes—Grace! [love,hide thee." It confesses how her tresses, with caresses, Touched my .fice. There's no praising the amazing bright eyes gazing > Intojnine, «t all g&i « * " l$ps w^ose ifieetüess, whose repleteness of a! * Were divine. {sweetness, But she wait^y^^jt^ted, Í, elated, v v , ^ Smiling, told her no orte older would behold her, If she did. Nearer, nearer, clearer, warmer, dearer, Came her breath! Then forgetting, all regretting, angels letting Her—oh! deat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 20 June 1856

s< <*t¡m % «KB CENTRAL TEXIAN. WE B. REMl«OLD8, Editor. t >■ TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Do] lars if not paid within six months from the time of subscribing. Texian and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight liues or less in bre- vier, or ten linss in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business cards, of not more than ten Hues, will be" inserted at Ten Dollars per aanum. Announcing candidates for county ofF.wes Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage aud obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. 1NDEIIS0N1~T£XAS7~"' Friday Morning, June 20, 1856. Kotic e. The Rev. H. Pratt will, D. V., preach at the Court House on the fifth Sunday, the 29th inst. We are under obligations to our cotemporaries o...

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