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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 February 1855

Societies MASO!TIC.—LONE STAB CHAP- TER, No. 6, meets the second Sa-: unlay in cach month. Officers.—Edward Finnin, H. p.; j. m. w. Hall K.; A. B. McGill. S.; J. Harreli, Treasurer; J. T Graves, Secretary. Austin, June 1,1854. I ASOX1C. — AUSTIN lodgr So. 12, meets the first Saturday; in every month. Orn cuts.—B. Finnin, W. Master; B. F. Carter, 8. Warden; G. L. Walton, J. Warden; F. T. Ouflau, Treasurer; B. Major, Secretary. Dec. I®,' 1864. 5 IO. O. F MILAM LODGE, No. 23>/gg k • meets every Tuesday evening, st o'clock, in the upper story of 'he'p _ Officers.—Geo. F. Lampkin,V." Normandie, T. G.; Wm. Oliphant, Sec., ™oma3 Freeman, Tres.; W. L. Robards. P. S. •f o. o. f^°hxso.V E>tcamp- 1. MENT, No. 4, organised JtUy 15,18a3, meets on the first and third Friday of each month at 8 o'clock, P. M. f. 0. of ©• S. & O. of S. CAPITOL UNION LODGE, No. 16, of the Independent Orferof Good Samaritans* and Daughters of Samaria, has its regular^ meetings as follows: The Service Lodge m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 February 1855

awiffr 0c? I ■ . 2 3ts&aig! 1J STATE TIMES. c VOLUME n. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1855. NUMBER 12 'g Speech. Railroad Correspondence. Gen. Hcnston made j F° T^'Suary l, ,855. speech In the Senate in opposition to Gen. ^ Editor:—I have lately travelled consid- Shields' amendment to the " An^y Appro- j erakly on the Guadalupe and San Marcos, and pnstioB Ml." Tire amendment proposed to jn i^wca. and Jackson comities, aud have pnmde for die raising of twc additional reg- sounded the people wherever I have been on- iments of regular cavalry and five hundred the Railroad question. I find some people that liogen. Gen. Houston'al some length erit- hold up the " San Antonio and Mexican. Gulf Presidential Candidates. The New York Herald has an article on the ! probable candidates for the Presidency in 1856. The catalogue is comprehensive. It runs as follows: list of candidates. i for the know nothing nomination. Milliard Fillmore. New York; Silver Gray Whip. icfeed the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 February 1855

pi ; gggggl " I mat ! W&fiP- Iggijiggi rcauamn, ctiky battrday *t FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. a. roBo. to. Turn. nr. t. davidsox. JOHM 8. FORD, Editor. «PoMcy n Teachs. [ Indian DepredaMons. j ChrerlntrTcmpcrancc \'cws. j Autesian Well.—3elow will bs found Ir. P. DoCoriova, who iately trussed the ; Comnmnications to the San AntMiio Tex- Jie!o-v will be found a letter from Rev. a corjraur.icatlon from several of our prin-ji- Gulf with Major Neighbors, scys the United «n corroborate the statements of Mr. J. Doug- James I our.?. It iirs much in it to inspirit p:1] lncrcunti:e hemes, cfllHng attention to the , Sr. Ediinr.- Xothir? i;w. s.range or sctprisir.g States Government hare determined to adopt . lass Brown regarding Indian depreJatit>n3 the friends of temperance. Eut one thing San Antonio Correspondence. Sue Asto:—February Sota. 1855. \ EATOa'8 OrftCE, ClTT Of AVSXDT, .1 a new policy in regard to the Ifcdians of this near Fredericksburg. One correspondent, remains now to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 February 1855

OPWCB. oeenpantiof any lot or premises, filth calculated to-endanger the kealtb'of die city, or detrimental to the conveni- tMii cwiferti or decency thereof exist®, shall g 4| r \ fine bum an«l saddle horse. M i* mm Ae same within t^nty-four hours |V"" apply at ROBINS' .V3 HOURS, from nine to ten o'clock, a. in. j. t. CLEV ELAND, feb24-'55::12:tf. Mayor. je, the or they, shall have been notified by tfc« Martha! so to do, the law shall he removed by the Marshal, and he. she. or they- shall, in addi- tion to paying for, rtnwfin^ sacic^ be fined and «s- atwed to pay not less than nu« nor more than ten dollars, to be recovered as in other cases of viola- tion of the CUy Ordinances. See. 4. He rball report ail trespasses on the pub- lit ftronnds of the city to the City Council. Sic. 5. He shall serve all notices, and execute all legal process issued by the Mayor, Recorder, or Council. and s!«v!l lxr entitled io receive the Mac fees as are Constables for the like cervices. Sec. 6. He shal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 February 1855

>• *r.-r* ■■^'PZ&*. t B J ;• ■ - S ■ £'I Hk Societies i.jsjtta PHneififlns anb EJentfsts. i Catomrs mti> £ani> ^Vqcnt. j^jasosic.-loxe starchap- TER. No. 6, meets the second Sa-. urday in each month. Officxbs-—Edward Finniu. H. P.: J. SI. W. Hail K-; A. B.- McGilL 8.; J. Harrell, Treasurer; J. T Graves, Secretary. Austin, June'l, 1854. & Hi— AUSTIN LODGE, ; No. 12, meets the first Saturday in every month. OrriOKas.—E. Finnin, W. Master; B. F. Carter, 8. Warden; G. L. Walton, J. Warden; F. T. Doffau, Treasurer; B. Major, Secretary - Dec. 16, 1854. 5 Al'STK COU>E«HTE FEMALE HSTIlTTt:. | rPHE Seventh Session of this Institute jL wi^l commctiee on the 2yth of Jau- ! u.try, 1855, in the large brick building. i opposite the Presbyterian church. , Faculty: I Rev. B. J. Smith, A. M., Principal and Professor of a. J. LOTT. g. <i. STEELE [US. LOTT & STEELE. Office on Con- gress Avenue, formerly occupisd by Judge Hancock. Austin, Feb. 17, 1854. 12 D! D" J O. O. F -MI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 March 1855

4 **& -?TjSfc*S*t Hr~ >■** —.-wgses^-tj# ^"t-tiiji^^pF STATE TIMES. L r n. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1855. NUMBER 13. — Ctios Itatr €im For the Texas State Times. The State University Again. ly, to many even of those born on the sacred I soil. Such are foreigners to us in no sense— I save in the mere accident of birth—now, if ! the flood-gates of emigration could be so con- | structed as to let in such as these only, and at the same time keep back the floating scum from the Old World which makes up so large a part of the immense tide it would be well. Such as we have spoken of belong to the right BoTT rFY~ T,t Tfpg ^Thj Hortec of~Bcptc^ * tbe vast benefits that will flow to the comma- race, the true blood is in their veins, the true * ' nUv tn vhnBA midQt thili Tnsfitntm m eltnll nU:«.« . In a late number of your paper, a communica- tion fr om " A Citizen for Life," called the attention of the people of Austin to the importance of ma- • Pt'BUSHXD KTEKT UTHMT H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 March 1855

All the men-of- San Antonio Correspondence Mew Indian Policy Again €ljp€wflsitntp€im published EVERY SATURDAY BY FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. jobs 8. tord. JO. walker. w. t. pa videos. JOHM S. FORD, Editor. AUSTIN JSATURD AY, MARCH, 3,1855. TERMS.—Three dollars per annum, invariably m advance. ADVERTISING.—For ea<^i square of ten lines, or IC33, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each 3nbsequent insertion. Advertise- ments not marked ■with the number of insertions de- sired, will be continued until otherwise orderec, aad charged accordingly. A liberal discount will be made to those advertising by the yfar- Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ces ten dollars—County offices five dollars. Political circulars, and communications of a privale or personal nature, will be charged at the s*vaie rates as advertisements. Second of March. Yesterday was the anniversary of the dec- laration of Texas Independence. On the 2nd day of March, 1836, the delegates of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 March 1855

Mg IS ; , / -• jSStL Bartsch, BantwaO, Jasper Benton, Nathl Bertram, Budo Baber, Hies H Baoflhan, J W is&m , Johann Kirkland, W H Kissagin, Miss LI Kirk. G W laiweiweUtM I ia tbfl City of Austin oo the firat ri May, 1855. attendance of the Fellows of the lb earnestly requested. W. & PHILIPS, Recording S*>y. Austin, March lit, 1866. 18tf •-/ ! '1?' IJstof letters " m the "Pott Office at Austin, Texas, March 1st, 1855. calling for letters in this list, irill please say they have been advertised. i, Mu Mary B [hi 2 wepb, 3 Lochbard, M A Laftin, Thomas, Lang, Andrew Lee, Miss Lydia Lion-Dc, Dr If Meador, Mrs Jane McCaleb, H W Miner, DH. McLonghlin, Andrew McSwean, Di P MBler, Jas M Milter, Richard McMortrie, G J Murphy, M J Mason, LB Mock, Jno Menni velle, Mrs M J Mitchell, Wm McL&nahan, Geo W Mason, Miss Fanny Mohan, Mrs Lncisda - MeCall, SB Matthews, Jno A McFarland, Jasper Marton, Bd McKee, J F Moore, R £ Moore, Mrs Martha Moore, Mrs Cynthia S Moore, MW Moor, Lorfnio N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 March 1855

SotUtttS M*SSSiWD^—LOJflBSTAKcSS- TBB, So. 6, meets the second Sa- unlay in each month. ' Ornixis.—Edward Finnin,H. P.; J. M. W.Hall A. B. McGfll, S.; J. Harrell, Treasurer; J. T Graves. Secretary. Austin, Jane 1, 1854. & TLf -4SOMC. — AUSTIN" LODGE, Jjf JL No. '12, meets the first Saturday! in every month. Officers.—K. Finnin, W. Master; B. F. Carter,, J&tacatumaL FEMALE a. j. lott. 6. g. steele j TIBS. L.OTT & STEELE. Office on Con- ! JLF gress Avenue, formerly occupied by Judge i Hancock. j Austin, Feb. IT, 1854. 12 AUSTES COLLEGIATE ISSTITITH. THE Serenth Session of this Institute will commenee on the 29th of Jan- uary. 185f , in the large brick building, opposite the Presbyterian church Faculty: _ Rev. B.J. Smith. A. JL, Principal and Professor of " opposite" tV Mr.S? M. Ancient Languages. Chemistry, higher Alatbc- — - ... mntics. Moral and Meutal Pliilo ophv. Mrs. E. W. Smith—Philosophy, Astronomy, Bel- leslettrCi'. and ornamental branches. Physicians attfc Dentist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 March 1855

m ■ g - i CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 18 o. rt MiJIif. J vJatraary 3t*t, TX&5- } OBSERVER. Texana, Feb. 18, 1854- iHSftIL ffias£fcs 2si ttg nwi .n-5«%. • ^ - ' ticBiarij&fais proceedings touching f« flr« —thofi-h, wnwd- if «h® T rpit..rv nnil .nnli the "{j&awl-'Pteaa-: r in oc- c* con- New Mexico y|te its conquest States.. Andlhet1 pood speaker I think, the Hon. Senor Candi- <?o Ortistof Santa Fe. I heard him the other ' day el iqaentiy defendin™ a claim before the If the citizens of the Colorado and vicinity, can Jrnild that road and make it pay, they would-doubtless do better than to unite with ^ ^ us. But if they c«n overcome all the serious ■ y 5 nktn>lne flint ri«n nn in their war. between ^ * Artesian Wells. x Below will be found an article on this sub- ject copied from the State Gazette of July obstacles that rise up in their tray, between ^ 185L 14 is from tbe P^ ot' H P" llarrisbunr and Austin, and establish a road Brewster Esqr., and includ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 March 1855

SEP sureyHTfaprw ♦-> :£> ■ - u^o &' * Melancholy Affair. ! citizens 5i,t\tsr. ^;'ea L'--uecri 'i he ,^f)n Saturday last a difficulty occurred in I noble mot-ves "Vhioh actuated you as< «veii a". wKi .... ... tnis PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY %£ /ORDFALSER & DAVIDSON. " wi«. f— • •— tO. WALKEB. davidson. JOM 8. FORD, lUSTiS, SATURDAY, MARCHwTl^]^ —tio IpollatlM Claims. low our readers will find a letter from lien. A. Sidney Johtfston, on the subject j your cor files, con^itute at. the same time, of Spoliation Claims. The argument of, , . .. . „ , 4 . ^ . T ! cess, whicli it is to be hoped will-never be op- Qf the Gen. Johnstcn eovcr§ the true ground. pressed or destroyed by ingratitude. Sir—in is a notorious fact tliat when Texas entered the huur of her direst adversity you periled upon vicinity, which resulted most tragically. Proceedings of LaGrange Railroad Convention. ; We are enabled through the courtesy of a bov called them. Sho hopes to be compe-j Notice to hol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 March 1855

■ 'jjjt •fceirl Uadsia JTiMoarxi date tb« mb4 MUscori^W „ to the Mid Flais E. 1 tho 8«uh^ «f ct ott i ■■ gSonfciiii * 'Hi , {fee BHi&EiK gh«cp and (battle, iE. I TQSAtHAN L. YIDF.TO k ABZA f to 1 EASTMAN, /«i-orlert <fVu** Ty, ani Spanish Merino Sktcj>jf*^lr',ar-1 9SO& -and Devon CattlK^^~~ rt, _ „ John r Admess^"1"0 * Eastman, Little Elm P. O., ~ March 1st, '55::lS:ly f& R. 5 'est half of in town- sertioa nineteen, I also, the West JPV of section seven- forty-five, of ran^, nineteen ; Southeast quarter of th<r Southwest in township forty-live, ! al*>,">e Sonth w^t quarter of section thirty, in town- And the said land fonntVj Texas. Removal. CATtH k CO., have reitloved their stock of Clothing "id Furnishing Goods from Pecan street to Congress Avenue, into Mr. Geo. W. Glasscock's new brnk block. where they hav> rented for a term of .years. control and supervision of the members of the &■!*«x. sW*\of_ Vyiutcjr.G!oods' fof j siXte {^fculiirly, and he ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 March 1855

isg t. r ' STARCHAP - Ike incood 8a-1 ■H_r5n each . Onmit^KNrd Fnrnii. H- P-; 3. M. W. Hall K^-A.B. KoGBl,S-; J, Harrct:, Treasurer; J. T ,rf:. AUSTIN I.ODGE. the first Saturday month. ^ j, B. FJnnin, W. Master; B. ; G. L. Walton. J. Warden; F. ; B. Major, Secretary. .-18, 1834. 5 F. Carter, T. Duffau, 0. O. F.—MILAM LODGE, Jio. 23, " every Tuesday cren Kr at m >r £&•&' o'clock, in the upper story of 'he Tinshop. Officers.—Geo. F. Lampkin, N. G.; W. P. Dc- Nonnandie. V. G.: Win. Oliphant, Sec.; Thomas Freeman. Tres.; W. L. Robards. P. S. 6tf. T O. O. F.-JOIINSOX F.XCAMP- t . BEST, JTo. 4. organised July 15.18;>3. meets on the first and third Friday of each month at 8 o'clock, P. M. I. O. or G. S. & D. of 8. Capitol union lodge, No. i«,of the Independent Order of Good Samaritans and Daughters of Samaria, has its regular <£bucationaL AITSTTS COLLEGIATE FEMALE rSSTTTUTE. rrilE Seventh Session of this Institute J_ will commcnee oil the 2Sth of Jan- uary, 1855, in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 March 1855

1 by &i?. „v.; CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1855. NUMBER ]5. n FOBP. EJH«r. MARCH It. 1854- The Case of Mr. Justice Loring. ] £- Tbe " Committee on Federal Relations" of San Antonio Correspondence. Belton Correspondence. Beltctn, Texas, March 10, 1855. A IMournful Reminisence Oh ask not—hope not than too much (■ xue " uommiraee on x euerai xwiauuua ui : San ANTosiOrJUarch Sth, 1855. Few one same touch S® r^clTl ori^ iublio 1 1 be* S° bHSi'}" en^C<1 that 1 nedPC" I Editor: By a communication, .eceived Bids the sweet fountain flow." j remo Ldw. J r, p ted writing u^til to-day. There is but little three days since, dated 27fh February last from w^. I •—'* the Austin, one whose life has been a volume of j werc crowded to repletion, with ladies and The following gen- ] 20th kma{r w'e expect to kill next is he i the Dallas Herald anddon't ret urif romance, mc *"U.~ "" ~ i , , „ . , .. T - monrnfiil. Born in affluence, nursed in ten- all there. Neither Mr. Loring nor h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 March 1855

IS^rS 't# £ I 5 -6^1 / ?U-'7 -J&fik rcbtisneo evert satcrdat bt FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. rlfc rwio. jo. walk br. w. t. patidsos. 8. FOKP. Etfter. rif- Coin. * Major Neighbors arrived from Fort Bel- knap oa Thursday evening. He reprasents the Indiana in the viciaity of the -port as tf Tesa3. friendly. The Caddo?, Ionia and Anadah- coB,Waco9 and Tahuaearros are assembling :r £ Gaaloflcal Survey of the State. I The !Vevr York. Dbrald on Cuba., i Far Ahtonio, March 13th, 18S5. j Front Cuba. Mr. J. R- Spragne has addressed a letter ^ ^itor of the Herald denounces fili-! ,.Mr' Editor: You no doubt hare made the The reported organization of filibuster to the Galveston News, nrging the propriety j bulyre and filibustering expeditions in gen-1 dlscover-v',batIama Vefy iae^en\ 00rre- iforce ln the L nlted States V™1***1« «cite* ||i|| S%. \ >TSRM3.—Three dollars per annum, mSarialfy in mdeanet. . ADVERTISING.—For e*av square of ten is,in# mt leas, oae dollar for the first insertion,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 March 1855

FREE MA X <v CO'S A I) <S. RAI VOXD, by telegraph: W- nf A# tri^rnrmui eh <;oo >s. has i'lst rect-ived cr revilst'toain If':.; in laud. to voluate.- m-1 : STAT® . «t" t> Tr Wi' si! raea Ity these prewSte, .!■ r ijjotd i *e <5btaiiM^i. after mad it i *&*y cawose, t**ipts to ■ «■? «b| tfiaiflni n^TT"ii -^■fcg&pto In the begmelu? ol 1 Texas"offered large bouuues j who might serve in htr armies. ! We ***" now offer to tbe survivors and heirs of j those who thus served, the recovery of all the ! lands promised by the Government of Texas. Our n: r E reason why Lord Raglan haa not stormed Sevastopol, has been mainly owing uTthe weak and enfeebled condition of tlie Allied Armies, iWU,«,v« «« r'| caused by their unparalleled sufferings in an inbos- j J,3vant™, ^ 8uch that we arc prepared to inves- „ i,"' pitabT* rfimate. It ha? now been clearly asctr- ti . auJ .,r0!jet.ute „n Texas claims for lands or „ acknowl- | tained to have been produced by the absence of , mo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 March 1855

No. 11, 8«turday la every month.. * « .. Omegas.—S. Fioain, W. Master: B. F. Carter, a Warden j G. L- Walton, J. Warden; F. T, Buffao, Measurer; B. Major, Secretary -Dec. 14, 1854. 5 O. O. F.—MILAM LODGE, No. 23, || J—1 - f 1* meets every Tuesday evening. at T durational. nM, , ^ o'clock, in the upper story of 'he Tmshop. Omens.—Geo. F. Lanipkin,*. G.; W. ?■ e- Kormandie, V. G.; Win. Oliphant, Sec.; Thomas Freeman, Tres.; W. L. Bobards, P. S. 6tf. §. O. F«—JOHNSON ENCAMP- t «1MT No. 4, organised Jnly 15,1853, oa the first and third Friday of cach at 8 o'clock, P. M. ■im ?§§i ' "-S- ' ■ .■ E. O. «f Ci. 8. & D. ofS. CAPITOL UNION LODGE, No. 16, of the^a* Independent Order of Good Samaritans |^v3 • ■mi Daughters of Samaria, has its regular Jim&* meetings at follows; ... The Service Lodge meet3 on the evenings of the Island 3d Mondays in each m .nth. _ Tie Degree Lodge meets on the evenings of the 3d and 4th Mondays in each month. • Snaos Sxeed, B.K.CARTER, W. B. 3. W. C. -G. S....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 March 1855

mm- s. y, ,v i1^;-,' J / CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 24. 1855. NUMBER 16. stated thit I hid proposed to arrest General i eroach on th(3 rights of Spain." Again: "in ^jKacfcMW.'''r... Jackscc, but that he was triumphantly de- ! entering Florida to suppress this combiua- work. fended by 31 r. Calhoun and Mr. Adams.— tion, no idea was entertained of hostility to !- This letter, I always believed, was written by Spain; and, however justifiable tho eonitiian- af*Mi Pj I- Mr. Calhoun, or by his directions. It had ding General was, in consequence of the pf tfa the desired effect. General Jackson became misconduct of the Spanish officers, in enter- K towards m — ii ject, as it was mine to present $wt more im- mediately connected witi^ke military opera- tions. After deliberately weighing every cjuestion, when the members%l«the cabinet came to form their final opinfonaon a view of the whole ground, it was unanimously de- termined, as I understood, in favor of the gjgg- rery satis- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 March 1855

r / mm I PCBLISHED XTKKT SATCftDAV BY FORD, FALSER & DAVIDSON. jq. WAI.KEH. W. T. DATlCgpa. whs s. roan. JOIW 8. FORD, Editor. austin', saturday, march 24, 1854- Th« War la the East. j Tbe State Democratic Convention. j " Can't say, indeed, my dear," replied j Notwithstanding the bravado assumed by J j„ a little less than a month's time from ' Qaincy w the whole a£fair of the previous j the English and French papers, from which we • present, the Democratic State Conven- i niirht burst upon his mind. " I will go and receive our entire new. of the proceedings of j tion wi]Kssemble at Huntsville for the pur- see." the armies id t e st, we caon or e 10 ^ nominating State officers, to be voted Quincy ate but little at (hat breakfast, but of OS discover that the Alii«s have made the | r" ® / . , . * • • , , least impression upon the Colossus of the Rus- ! for at the August election. Hitherto, a nom- ] repaired to the scene ot the previous night s sias, who presents as bold and unyield...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 March 1855

v-JSM i< Cf>.( "P-T.jtRe-.: eao# itaiergoirg re- ' uo espense c<\- - first tiaa* t. HR)^ RAYMOND, FREEMAN & COS ADS. In the beginning of her revolution in 183t>, NEW GOODS. _■ i $30,000 WORTH OF NE-W GOODS l subscriber Las just received and la now j rpfIE SUBSCRIBERS are jnst receiving direct j ftvm New York, Boston, Philadelphia and New~ Wi DISCOVERY ! ! reason why Lord Raglan has not stormed Sevastopol, has been mainly owing to the mm/emi ; weak?°d *°ff«blcd ! !«* promised by the Government of Texas. Our TSfHfr- a-"1 ' caa" f. T? nn hpon clwirlv a-cer 1 advantages are such that ive are prepare'! to in res- s«— jssriE: Ji s-a ^"Sr'5 «-« ■" «" f' '"4"r . Robertson's Tonic Bitters, which Tar. suBsenner lias just received irna 13 now ■ opening a large and elegant assortment of J Texas offered large bounties in land, to volunteers fancy and staple Dry Goods. Boots. Shoes. Caps, Orleans, their Fail and Winter supply of Dry Goods, who micht serve in her armies. Ua,s> f...

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