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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 5 May 1855

SH ■mt 7i C *■ OH I time « fwut, when roses Met,# With Springs iwect bre*th aroaad the*; i\ad tK8 t tht cott when hearts are teat, |f thoje we love have found them; And txtet the mim! that slill can find AsUr to darkest-weather; Bat «oosrb* can be so sweet to m As c4d friends met togethej. These days of old when youth was bold,' And timehad wu«*sl to speed iU— And youth ne'er knew bo* East time flew, Of knowing did not heed itl Tuoagb gray each brow that meets as now, For age bring* wfarfry weather— Yet nought can be so sweet to see As these old friends together. . The few long known, whom years bare shown, With hearts tteafc friendship Meseei, A hand to cheer, perchance & tear To soothe a friend's distresses ; Who helped and tried still side by side, A friend to face hard tapitber; Ob! thru may we yet jo^To see And meet old friends together. THE FWSttllfi. mf ASOMIC.—AC3BN LODGE,, J1 No. It, meets the first Satuday^ in every month. , ' Ornccaa.—E. Frantn, W. Master; B. F.C«ter,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 12 May 1855

m imf: vA *g£g^4Mk j^'-^^St'A '-■^m 4?. • - STATE •a % Mr<$ %*• -,«#* ~" •' CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1855. NUMBER 28 ~ Ptni£to DEBT BtUL 8 The subject of this State: . Nacogdoches, May 2d, 1855.^ BUton of the State Times: ** I hare been surprised at the assaults made by a part off the public press of this State. ot) the act of the late Congress, in regard to the Tcx;9 debt. Positions have been taken which are wholly untenable, and facts have been libs anted that aft the wildest sketches of fancy. *> What is the scaling law of Texas ? It is in its verjf nature a proposition to settle with oar creditors. This law has been in force more than three years, and, during that peri- od, tin- Senators and Representatives of Texas fes.ye exerted themselves to secure the passage of in act that would meet its provis- ions. as the Journals of Congress will clear- ly show) opfy ofc*"* tne votes of about'me-fovrih m the Senate and less than thirty in the House of Representativ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 12 May 1855

- >■ nm unutt n F0BD, WALKER ft DAVIDSON. m «. raw. jo. vum. v. t. if 8. FORD, Editor. AY, HAT 12,1854 dollars per UUiib, mvariulif in —For eac.v uun of ten lines, or lfe«, ose dollar for the feat insertion, and fifty ceats for each subsequent Insertion. Adrertise- ■ ! iwrfcwl with Uxunrober of Insertion! de- sired, will be continued until otherwise ordered, aad charged accordingly. A liberal docenat will be taade to those advertising by the year. tfy* Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ces teo fcflara-—County offices fire dollars. JSrPoKtiaal circa Ian, and communications of a.f*i nle srperaoaal nature, will be charged at the mtm rates as advertisements. are' authorixed to announce Col. P. H, a candidate for re-election to the U. 8. to Mteeent the Western District of f service will be performed in the Charch, Sunday, May 13th, at ten ©•Sock, a. m ' ' . t m till n TTnlnnii m ri"J '- -*Y — Saturday last wmr Hon. Zfeal is in the citgr- -tST Col Todd arrived in Austin * few ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 12 May 1855

xwiwiniwr/t^—'"iwr fc«.J M humble eye 1 steth on—that beateth on, morniag until e'en; the soul i* wrapped in sleep, ith not a sovnd, ticks, the Ihdsa/day, never runneth down. lie the work of art, i knells the passing hour, Bat art ne'er formed, nor mind conceived, The lift clock's magic power; Kor set in gold, nor decked with gems, By pride and wealth possessed; But **h or poor, or high or low, Bach hens it in his breast. id beds tfjfcwers, i a geafjimSat, A* itjjk V i lift's deep stream, 'mid All 8till and lofty glides, Hke tbeweavel's step, with ' It warns the passing tides; When passion nerves the warrior's arm, ^Vor deeds of hatred and wrong, *" " heeded not the fearful sound, i knell is deep and strong. When eyes to eyes are ga/iig soft, " And ten&rwords are spoken, Tfien fast m wild it rattles on. As if with love 'twere broken. Sfchis the clock that measures lift, Cf flesh and spirit blended; Awl thus 'twill run within the-breast, Till the Stage of life is ended. T V* Fore...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 12 May 1855

r. Cincinnati G«sed**ife we skotrns « menbnok," nade of line and it It is the 1 js M though it would take the soon dry brick altogether, and hard. It is larger than brick, with a vaoant space in the The Quette father adds: We are informed that the materials and in the naoiifintare of these bricks aze sim- ply lime aad «and, the proportion being aboot eleven puts sand to one met lime, and they ett be uuurafactnred at a less east than oar common day brick. The bricks can, of cootis, be made of any form or shape, ac- cording to taste. It is folly equal to sand stoae. The advantages are die facility with which they are manufactured; lathing and p' altering become unnecessary, and the out- i' K and the inside of the wall is made at the ;ie time. The chemical cnangfe which place in the manu&ctare of the bricks hardkns them so that they are not more af- fected by the action of the atmosphere than stoiie. It is not affected by frost, and exper- iments which have been tried to test its s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 19 May 1855

BPP-jr SBHRwKMfi 5#^ ^ i* ggSBMESSr^ •-. - 5- ■ apiNSs a? -4?- . H.® I?. ' |« : > TIMES. 6 * V* tat CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MY 19, 1855. NUMBER 24 / \y i Sit BAf PIC MIC. Bv it prickinp of my ihumba Sceietaing wicked this way comes." SbakspeaS* I went out to * pic nic last Saturday, Iw roped in to the eoafounded thing, and hdjjp KHfiypM bothered all the day before about a paddle but finally managed to get one and then I had to go and engage a woman, it was eipected of me and I bad to do it. It was a bore-—l4t I knew it was the custom and I submitted. Well we started about 9 o'clock a long traib of us—Ambulance with our mules ia with eleven women and two boys, buggies following and equestrians * bringing up the rear. Away we went up Con- gress Avenue—belter skelter—mules and horses running, girls all talking at once— producing a screaming noise and boys looking very fierce and saying nothing. We first went- to Adam's spring but the fount had failed, and we mode a retrogra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 19 May 1855

gggr s * &jf Cfias #totf (T'iinps. rciushkd ivkiit sutcbday it* FOR ), WALKER t DAVIDSON. JO« a. * D- JO. WALK« . W. T. DATTP3QS. 8. FORD, Editor. {The Sew York Herald and ttae Pro- hibitory Law/; I There is nothiug more common in th^se j latter days than to pervert Constitution;! j restrictions intended for the protection of ' vested rights, into a shield for the defence of nuisances, and time consccrated sores on ^ air tody-'ioar-iirt pontic. No course of ^ - dollars per aaaiun, invariably ta for th* first i With the notnber oflnxeftions 4e- , wffll be continued uatil otherwise otfcae^ rgfei accordingly. A liberal diseeftnt will ito those adverting bf the yew. . Annowaceinent of Candidate* for State effi- ate tea dollar*—County offices five dollars. " leifcnlars, and communication*) of procedure can Lave a tendency so obvious and certain to weaken the reverence with which we are wont to regard that sieged in- strument. It is the duty therefore «r every intelligent citizen when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 19 May 1855

mm -We were told the other deafer mstsmre of (be sajracitv of s fwMrtSnMM.* worthy of mrf*. N. W. gsq..ef this cu*H)t y. who removeil from Mrty «f Sea Aaztjslme in e* terft Tex a*, ' tom jilif with bim a bop of peculiar lireetl. WbfriiHf to pmerve the Jnck. A few days •Iter his anival here he na-seci hi* porcine majesty. aiwl'riipposetl hi in strayed <ff in the a,rtshl<ortiaoit. information from his former howe brine* the iiitellijr-lire of the safe ar- rival «f bi uh«gslu|>>; upon his native Uk*utk.:' witttm a Jew week* ot hi* ilepaitore. He thus scc«>ea(ki>4ie(i au overland trip of «oa>e two kwumi inilei", in about half toe time we re- oeive oar mail mutter frmn that man forsaken portion of GjV. Peasa's vegetable patch.— Waco Era. We uever said we did'rfielieve the above. 'f •?! [j.mjfr affaijsjin Ireland. Bltfler the . reratiim of the eiicoiSS^nd act, is The improved condition^ *4 V \ nM to be attracting hack many ol the Irish who had eiuisrated to foreijpi c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 19 May 1855

, . r ■■■(LA*) . .. „ jNew Tfork Conner and Enquirer h*T- ami attempted to prove that the ■ Alexander died of patsoo, the Runaa Woerai, at New Tork, has, in a note ItoCoL Webbvpronounced the aaser- J a «fc Kber^ wanton and onmiti- nhood," mod km add* that Alexander' "Black fta fere*, a' fatal disorder, hich the Allies will toon become I with. ia? statement f«m as American ! tf respeolkliiljtr. who resides in tor*, tit rows upon this point of t averred in the Courier and Enquirer I Emperor Alexander died at Taganrog it* is perfectly absurd- I was in fersborp at the time of his death, and a. ^yearaffer. fcSensawand dined with ■aes Wifey, a Scotchman, bis favorite ?ian, who was witb him at Tajranr g. I Miew ethers of hii saite. Sir James told that the Emperor wa) moeli exposed sev- ^our* one canty day, and in a cold, raw t riding a^jouf. and inspecting Government l The rtsnlt was, lie took a severe cold, liicti he would ^ay no attention, but kept usual for several ayds afterward. In- M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 26 May 1855

c fit Jm m mm « t*Vi *^*j£t$' t^*.«« * I* STATE v CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1855. #■ NUMBER 25 ■ .- [iVem tto ^nrit 0/<*« Tuner] >*rthe IrMi Bar* '—4 inclose you the-eon* uf u argument made by an "Irish in betwJ* of a elieuvMcNeowira, lis eow stolen 6y * '"'iniscreunfc kc- "Sesuit to recover tufcow was o : a " small court^ in thejute- rior of the '-Emerald isle," add repqried by H, The Fall of a Historic House. The oldest house that was standing The Nicaragua Expedition. This is a more extended and ramified en- euston, on Saturday last, is now a mass of; terprise than most people anticipate; New ruins; it was a log building, in the rear of j York being the paint of concentration or the Telegraph office, the original City Hotel,5 principal place of rendezvous and eaibarka- j and one of the most historic buildings in the 1 tion, it is considered, in consequence, lather 1 Tiue he lias unformlv recognized the leaders It bad stood for nearly ewcuty years, J'a local a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 26 May 1855

STSST UmBiT Vf ft DAVIDSON. t. mtumh. TC8DAY, MAY 26,1854- f i«Mn«f ten linaa, ... tJ trst insertion, ud fifty cents for each .aubacqmtnt insertion. Adrertise- ! maitei wiihtfccnasibwof insertions fe- •ntB otherwise otdmd, liMfcl diioeuatwffl s to those 'advotisisg by the year. "Aaisonaceraent of Candidate* for BUM oB- ce MtftJOllart—Connlv offices five doUan. Political circabtn. and communications of * private or paaaaal nature, wifl be charged at the aothoriaad fc announce Col. P. H. ^-candidate for rejection to the 0.8. *> represent the Western District of T« , ^ Aavv.u.a.—Hoc. 1. A- Paschal arrived is this afty by tke Wednesday night'#stage. HorJ.M. Dsrui arrived per. tame stage. A mil |*eskfe flaring the letjander of the tins tenh of the District Court, in place of Judge Hancock. There are some caseethe fatter eka X B Sakbesb, of the San Antonio Sentinel has been spending a few days in Austin. Ha is business in counectioo with his paper.— Mr. S- >*> gentleman of talent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 26 May 1855

u r<rriTT e'TTW9 RIK ' 1 tWi bloom upon the prairie- f h^.ntT on the wares. A* ihey tab ia diamoad lustre ■* Fre^ their shadowy monntaineaveSj— And Spring birds nettle softly Amid the viae wmthed bowers, Where the Colorado murmurs A lane song to the boon. Ike moonlight falletlt brightly Upon the distant hills, And Natarrs censer, nightly Dw aiir with fragrance fills; While the sweet Sooth wind sighing , « From Mexico's bright sea,— Still whispers soft replying To my pensive thoughts of Tro . < I ask—hath it bee* straying Around my lady* fair— Or lingwed gently, playing Amid ho- wren hair? Orfrom her tine ejl Stolen one celestial ray, Te light my darkened pathway '^lln «*« vs for away— Or brier st thou an echo Of that loved voices tone, Which breathed a charmed music In hoars forever Sown T When on its lightest accent 9 My rapt soul fondly hung, A Wt a ioattog melody Of song, by-^tajeksungl Oh enfant *eeie f—retaining yato my ladye bright— loves star ia turning With pure aAd ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 26 May 1855

mm Cost I ■ rl' or Fbmce8 in the United States. —The cost of building and repairing the fences in the G. States is enormous, almost beyond the power of calculation, and forces Societies MASOIflcT-^VUSTiN^dDOE^ No. 12. meets the first Saturday „ * (^durational. Jpljusicians ani> Dentists. Caunjcrs ani £ani> Agents. the iuc^airj whether legislatures ought uot to j eTery month. be catted upon to compel every man to keep ! - 0*ncs#a-—E. Finnin, W. Master; B. F. Carter, his stuck tohimseli*. xhea no mac who di.il 5 ^ not choose to do it would * -1.— X&au™ < Secretary. > mac who did be forced to close hsr kmds against the ravages of his neighbor's . afewYeais sboe-m an ad- drtp before the Philadelj&ia Xgricultaral Society, stated that the cost of fences in Be ofrylv«iia, amounted to 1100,000,000.— writer on national wealth may., seem, the greatest in *U country, the most costly laction of human industry, is the com- ^ "See which incloses and divides the Jio ®an dreams ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 June 1855

►i-i -j J TEXAS 1 TIMES. VOLUME n. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1855. NUMBER 26 Santa Fe, New Mezioo, 1 May 1st, 1855. j Dxa& Tmxs-^Dp at an early hour thi* morning—don't construe me to mean that this was something unusual, whatever the fact may be—I took a walk over the hills seeee* *e city, retaining to breakfast, after 'as&fetl hours' sfcrill, with my feet and hands n aaj bat a feverish state. The very sight of the snow dad mountains in oar vicinity is enough to dissipate any apprehension of *lfcw (Weans' great enemy ever asoending "the country as far as Santa Fe and attacking oar people. I went up to Fort Marcy on the eminence overlooking the city, aad, perching myself upon the most commanding projection, viewed the valley spread out be- fore me, which nowhere exhibited a leaf or eten a blade of green, except here and there ft faceless wheat .patch wherein the grain hid just sent the sprouts shooting from out the ground. Preparations for the planting season w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 June 1855

ruatmhid mil utwut it ' FORD, WALKER k DAVIDSON. JOHK . foap. JO. WALKKB. W. T. DAYlDflPS. _ JOIUV S. FORD, Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 2,1854- TlSRUS.—Three dollars pet annum, invariably h JLDVEailSING.—For e*c.v square of ten lines, •r leu, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertize- tnents not marked with the number of insertions de- sired, will be continued until otherwise ordered, and charged accordingly. A liberal discount will he atade to thoae advertising by the year. Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ces ten dollars—County offices fitc dollars. 10* Political circulars, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be charged *t the saw rates as advertisements. jQ^We are authorized to announce Col. P. H. Bill as a candidate for re-election to the XT. S. Congress, to represent the Western District of Texas. ' Huntsville Item, Lavaca Herald, Indiaiiola Bul- letin, Dallas Herald, Prairie Blade, and Leon Pi...

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

to the AMlcted. number and formidable character of t of the Liver have U ag challenged the at- i of nedktal men Some of these diseases, • the general term of Consumption, ppoaad incnrable and the unhappy patient allowed to die without medical science to tAr Urn a hope of recovery. //appily this can no liingai be the oaae. A remedy has been found which will cure all complaints, of whatever cha- racter, arising from derangement of the Liver — Ike FUlt discovered by Dr. M'Lane, of Virginia, Mt directly on 'he Liver; and by correcting its i and purifying it from disease, cnts off and i the complaints which have their origin la the diseases of this organ. Remedies hitherto proposed for liver complaints, have failed to operate upon the teat of the disease; bat Dr. M'Lane's Pills make themselves felt upon the action ef the Lirer, and by cleansing the fountain, dry up the impure i of disease which thence derive their exis- j. b. nuix. t. w. duss. SKW iMJ E are now r- coi v:i:« f«r sale at W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 June 1855

There is a spot—a holy spot * \ 'Round which the heart clings dill, Towards which ita finest tendrils bend Through every good and HI; For distance cannot ma dim, Nor Time the freshness &de Of the little cot where I was bora And when say listen played. Fre mipgled with tie gayest scenes In folly's giddy train, And listened to eaehanfing notes from pleasure's sweetest strain— I've roamed amid the brightest spots That other lands can bopst, Bat where my childhood's honrs wen passed, That (pot I lore the most. In fancy nowmethinks, I see The modest church that stood Half hidden from the world's rode gaze, By a thickly clustered wood; I hear again the little hymns My mother taught me there, And innocently kneel again In childhood's lisping prayer. And though no rustling silks were heard, Nor tinsel work displayed, Around the humble altar where The good old preacher prayed; ' We can bat think oca pathxe heard The orisons of those, Who meekly sent their offerings up Though clad in rust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 June 1855

, V '/ f*h- ' if. *L\ TEXAS STATE VOLUME n. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1855. of the Remarks of den. i Synopsis Delivered at the City of Nacogdoches, May - • • 11,1855. $«npml Bosk entered at considerable length into the prominent occurrences since of the Remarks of Gen. Houston. Delivered at Nacogdoches, May 11, 1855. Gen. Houston, after a very felieitous aliu- - , e gion to the speech of his colleague, proceeded the annexation of Texas, the tariff, the set- to endorse tfae TieWs he had expressed upon -tlament of the boundary in Oregon, the Mex- ^ Texajj debt qnestjon. He denied that iean War, the disputes as to our own boun- United States Congress had usurped any "dtiy and the compromise measures of 1850, ■ p0Wgr Texas gave it the power to interfere and said he thought in all these matters j -n niatter when she gave her assent to Texw had nothing with which to reproach ]j0UIlclary act. Nor is it au invasion of htaM, and although for their course on se- ^ rjgtlta of Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 June 1855

Lunatic Asylum. ical gentleman informs us there are ktics now in this city. He spoke jngly of the necessity for the estab- |of an asylum for the insane, by pation from the public funds. The 1 one, and addresses itself to the |sand the benevolent feelings of all. nothing more unpleasant than the le reft of mind. The organization, ice of man is still there, but the Tlie Fre s and the Zeltung. Robbery andMurherontiie Frontier. Last week we promised to lay before our —^lr. Runnels brought intelligence to this readers the apology of the editor oLthe Sail p]ace 0f a ja{e oecurrencc on the frontier, Aufonio Zeitung for bis course on me siave , . , . ... . , , ' . ° . r , , which is credited here and mav account for question. Below will be found an extract lrom Mew York Correspondence. [Communicated:] ! The Sail, Antonio Zeltnng. — ] The True Issue. | To the Editors of the Times— New \ or.k, Mat 25th, 1855. j Qne of the devices of the anti-American par- j You will oblige a great part of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 June 1855

JfcrlftiiSMi Tm sr jm a. Let u sH and talk together, Of the scenes through which we've passed, life's sunshine beamed the brightest, What its skies were overcast— How we left the cherished spot, When oar kindred's graves were made, How the sailing world before as Hid from <u its gloom; shade. 4bet«a shed a passing tear-drop O'er <tbe wrecks that time has made, Let as wreath a smile of pleasnre, For the-golden beam that strayed. tw, hwww dark and mournful May <«r pathway now appear, ' Stan «f hope w re beaming ever, Still that gloomy path to cheer. ■Let us sit aad talk together. We can glean from what is past "Light to guide our future footsteps, Wfcereso'er our lot is cast We can shun each dangerous tide Of life's ever changing sea, And, learning how to conquer fate, Laugh at even destiny. NEW AND CHEAP. E are now receiving and offer for sale at our store on Pecan i street,a largo and well selected stock of staple and l-AXCY DRY GOODS. Consisting of Fancy and Black Silks, T...

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