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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 11 February 1854

TRl-WEESCLY STATE TIMES h uunatiram mninn VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 1854: NO 39. vw! KVwwavu1"" iujud.ii -im'H'nii.iMJ.'niw.uain.mummm-mrnTtn V I P KJI t 9 M FIFTH LK0I8LATDRB. BEBATJES IN THE SENATE. .5. 'V. riLUA'T Bji(ii'(i;r. Monday Jan. 9th 1854. The adoption of tho substitute offered by Senator Bryan for the bill to encour- age internal improvements by a loan of the school fund being before the Senate Mr. SUBLFiT said Mr. President: I cannot say that I have any choice be- tween the sii'jstiliito and the original bill reported by the committee; but in as much as the discussion has taken a wide range and the entire merits of the poli- cy of "vliich 1 am an humble advocate (jmean the loaning policy) has been dis- cussed at full length I must beg the in- dulgence of the Senate for a short time that 1 may have the opportunity of re- plying to some of the arguments of Hon- orable Senators who have proceeded me. And I will talce occacion to remark in the outset that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 11 February 1854

IM". 1 -m i iuiiiiuiMi.iuwBi'A'ALt'iuriJirnnm.'i.'i''.-..yrrTTyr " . . -t . ' " - " uRmlplfftfc" 'rrt'"' '"" M "vr-lf sc JP85E : VI : 1-1 Ml L . P. T.' fh. w rato of interest for tho use of tho money and tako a loin upon tho whole cstatoi for tho payment whether ho would consider this in the naturo of a gift ? Mr. POTTER (in his scat) I should not call it a gift but if I should borrow money upon such terms I would not pay it back. Mr. SUBLETT That ia quite likely Mr. President. But I must say in a spirit of kindness to the Honorable Sen- ator that I havo no means to invest in that way and in all probability ho will change his notion by the time lam ready to make him tho advance. Mr. President I had intended answer- ing several other positions assumed by the opposition but it i3 now growing J(dark and I will therefore conclude my .remarks. DEBATES IN THE HOUSE. W. F. r Ilcportcr. Wednesday Jan 4 1854. Mr. TURNER of Rusk: The ones- tion under consideration gentlemen con tend is one an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 11 February 1854

. . - -- tj' "sjjJTr VySti cEiiurWWBiwiT.wnj.'JWiSwwMur:T lfc.WI'Ull)WJIUIWtllH1HMUU BMlllgJJJWJJ.WI'UIWJWUlIWneJWJilWllllWll.llllUIJIlJUIWItlWlWBW visod against humanity. History is a -Htorii 'monitor and slio warns us as wc value 'l!hc Uibcrtiw and welfare of our country 'that wo seek out the ameliora- tion 'df'tmc m:i"sos by educating them and inspiring in thou nmds virtuous principles for it is upon the virtue and integrity of the people (hat our Republi- can Institutions must depend for their support. 'It was ther in view of the g-eat im- portance attaching to this subject that lie IVamers of our Constitution have wisely provided (hat "thclcgislaturcshall as early as practicable establish free schools throughout the State and shall furnish means for their support." The time lias now arrived when wo are em- phatically called upon to discharge this duty. YVo have the means in our power and the voice of the people has come up here in one long loud call which cannot bo mistaken ; L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 11 February 1854

4Mmmssamz?ums&r h r -"- - 1 Lv " yi w j'' A rt & EL.- 1 1 & sec. US' MgMSSy HlBKnt WE' &&H&MmmamBrrmmmmrmmniiwiUBmn!jmiiw. Mmu fow and simplo and certain in their exe- cution. Our statutes arc too multifarious con flicting and contradictory. Bill prohibiting the Commissioner of the General Land Office issuing patents to the Texan Emigration and Land Com- pany for lands lying in Peter's Colony boing on its engrossment gave rise to a lengthy and interesting discussion in which Messrs. Paschal Sublett Martin and Toiler participated. Mr. Pcdigo was excused for the rest of tho session. It has been difficult for several days for tho Senate to hold a quorum It is seriously apprehended that the mem- bers who aro wending their way home- ward or aro already there will bo the means of rescinding informally and from neccssitj' tho resolution fixing tho time of adjournment. Now when busi- ness is at tho vory point of consumma tion a few days is all-important. If members r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 February 1854

hiv3fcftir'nqrr STATE TIMES " IOJCan3XSMCKfiro7.KMVSS2.' i l 'T7S.'Uiwaas.ii;;Jjar3Eaai.gfaztacn3giiJgJv ?'- 3SuJ.'i'3tJ'iiTair.iifcUJJvJnaxiiajU!Aii!i:viiJTiu.iijrTta atcrrtAronrvtavtrtmnKMrmir sKgaaaiw utnui? ' VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1854. NO 40. wrinxi'n-ixlr?TirvzvntBsnv!iTi uimsd&x iimii'i.utatiaLW't4VJiaJuwuaiA.'W'P--'' PIFTIJ LBQISLATURB DEBATES IN THE SENATE. Saturday Feb. 11 1854. The bill to amend the Charter of Cor- pus Chrisfci being before the Senate upon its third rending; Mr. DURST siiid Mr. President: "When 1 offered the original bill to nniond the charier of the city of Corpus Christi it was with the view of establishing a free school ; which object that bill would have enabled the citizens to carry out. I offer- ed it upon the solicitation of many of my friends as aacII as upon a petition signed by many of the most respectable citizens within said corporation. Sometime after I had intioducod the bill desired I re- ceived another petition sign...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 February 1854

MijiMllij'iewvtwy''V'w'"''i-'J''''J'''lrt'11' ''w'tr:'A:wjn'J'tw"TCT' PI i - 5. I t -J I I tho skies when it chances to auit tthoir purposes. Tho igeHtlemim fears tho nox- ious atmosphere- that will surround us af- ter this money has been set aside and fairs that wo maybe forced to loan it to rail- roads. Sir there is an atmosphere of another "character which sometimes hovers over these halls. I have already alluded to the efforts of lobby members to force us io abrogato the school system in the en- deavor to save the money for the payment of certain claims at face value in direct violation of tho policy heretofore estab- lished by the people of tho State. While talking about intrigue and corruption lot tho friends of education look to it that "they aro not intrigued out of their school fund. I bclicvo tho gentleman is in favor of the State plan of constructing internal Improvements by which it is proposed to take not only all the money m the treasury 'but contract a debt of million...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 February 1854

!KSS5S?5"?'?? xMsr3vinrtMG!VKamBtrtex)n"uttiKi.iijiniiifiiii.ir TIT?S'VUTVTWiTwrniMrtfvjvw.-w.'fi-.iinlf r.r-.OT pM A bill granting lands in payment of an allowance or pension granted on the lSth of December 1807 to the family of Erastus Smith; read 2nd and 3rd time and passed- A bill to organize the Cooke and Den- ton county land district; read 1st 2nd and 3"d time and passed. A bill to define the time of holding courts in the Oth Judicial District; read 1st 2nd an I 3rd time and passed. Dill to protect the public buildings and grounds at and near the city of Austin; read 1st 2nd and 3rd time and passed. Bill supplementary to the acts erec- ting a capitol read 1st 2nd and 3rd time and passed. Bill to authorize the county courts of Cass county to re-convey to D. N. Al- ley certain town lots: read 1st 2nd and 3rd time and passed. A bill concerning the Archives of the legislature of the Slate of Texas ap- proved Feb. 10 1852; read 1st 2nd and 3rd time and passed. Bill to prescribe the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 February 1854

I SB " irrtwHttimrf BIA1AM Itf' W 7. V v ? I ! i P. tnols of sect and is now fighting tho bat- tles of tho Lord like tho celebrated sol- dier at Yorktown "on his own hook." I observed that they all addressed each olh- or during tho debate by tho endearing ap- pellations of Father Mother Brother or Sister. But in spite of this tho discus- sion was quito stormy; and "brother Smith" tho Chairman had considerable difficulty in holding the speakers in order and his efforts to that effect reminded mo of tho exertions of tho keeper of a me-' hageric to make tho animals behave thom- solves. Not having heard theboginning of their remarks and learning from their speech- es no distinct statcmont of the end at which thoy wcro driving I was much per- plexed for somo time to ascertain the ob- ject of tho meeting. The principal diffi- culty with tho speakers scorned to bo to procure a hobhy-liorsc for common use upon which they all could rido together securely and harmoniously ; but after all thoi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 16 February 1854

TRI-WEEKLY STATE TIMES. cam num- ."--''jJrri...jLJiiiu.-.. um...; LvwKjrjiiixjazBTisKrtxLM a-rivtay-1 innuwijr ti''i:it'Uif'i'.:gJtsaiali-Klj..iiurMjiLi jBiat.siTvtrjiijL.- VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 1854. NO 41. i'V'm3grrrigiwOTtt.u.i'a-Ljiuua.ijLM rvTRTJtrawgH"Wv?trw4ll-Ti;'-Mlj;g'-P!gwirffC-y'iJwy1 CAPTIONS Of Use General ami Special Acts ami Joint Icsltifioiis passed by Ie Fifth ILcgisllattu'c of tne Shite of Texas. 1. Aii act to incorporate the Medical Association of Texas. 2. An actio incorporate the Shard Un- ion School. 3. An act to incorporate the Black Cy- press Bridge Ferry and Turnpike com- pany. 4. An act granting to Henry J. Jcwottj Judge of the thirtieth Judicial district of the State of Texas leave of absence from the State. 5. An act for the relief of America Elkins. 6. An act to incorporate the Linden Male and Female Academy and Masonic Hall. 7. An act authorizing two copies of the seal of the Supremo Court to be made for the use of said Court. 8. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 16 February 1854

HBMHI09lKrF aSSSBB" T tttwttqr www Mry -. 'm w J-w'""iv X f jr '&. i& : ji j M ft" - ? Ik . I . . ffHW"PMrrJKJiJ'WMJWflWWMWW'WWfllJI' MJUJWlMWIIIIUmitMUIIMilmiUtJIJJimjlUIIUlJltWWRgTTWajUPUW uwiuamm l)JlJuxluuulycr1uiuwBUl.allluMllJlBnalU)!Hu: 140. An act for the relief of the heirs 0f Thomas Scott deceased. 141. An act supplemental to nn act suppl omental to an act to incorporate the Son Antonio Railway Company ap- proved September 5th s 1850. 142. AH act relating to surveyors of land in certain cases. 148. An act supplemental to an act to perfect land titles in Castro's colony approved January 22d 1850. 144. Joint resolution granting S. Crosby Commissioner of the General Land Office leave of absence from the Stato. 145. An act making provisions for running and marking the boundary line between the State of Texas and the ter- ritory of tho United States of America. 146. An act to incorporate the Mc- . Kenzic Institute in .Rod River count'. 147. An act for tho relief of Will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 16 February 1854

- "W" f .-WWi n. wjaauAuui jjlmt umMajunan V Treasury and credited to tho Bpccial school fund. Sec. 12. That upon the failure of any such railroad company to pay -said principal or interest bonds as required in this act it shall be the duty of the Governor to cause notice of such failure to be advertised in some newspaper pub- lished at the seat of Government of this State for the term of sixty days in which notice shall be stated the amount of money due to the State and unpaid the corporate name of the company ow- ing the same and tho length of road com- pleted at the time said advertisement is required to be made and said company shall have the full term of the said sixty days after said sums become due to pay said principal or interest bonds and no longer; and if the same be not paid at the end of said sixty days the whole of said road and work together with all tho rights and property of said company as specified in tho third section of this act shall be forfeited to and become ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 16 February 1854

Lats esejKr r(fclll"""l ""V ) --M- irw J'u '""'"" "' gif-iiirM'e'ayrfc- H'i'MiA:r.i'!Ji'.--!i'aiTt'un'' Jniwiufmvwi j " In s u' lie ' p ' 3 Tip I 35 1 1 i J f if i ir ill I n Li r ic a c rr Iff " 'if I- p"t ft.-. x. Congrcloniil. In tho .U. S. Senate on tho 15th inst. 'Mr. Olayton continued his speech in ro- ply to Mr. Cass. Mr. Dixon gavo notice that he would introduce an amendment into so much of that part of tho Nebraska Territory bill relating to tho Missouri Compromise as prohibited slavery north of 8G 30. Tho majority of tho Judiciary Com- mittee havo roporteU in favor of Mr. Pholps of Vormont being entitled to his seat in the Senate. Mr. "Pcarco introduced a resolution instructing the Committoo on Naval Af- fairs to inquire into the expediency of making suitable acknowledgements to tho Captains and crows of tho vessels that received tho passengers Df tho San Fran- .cisco. Mr. Shields offorod a resolution calling for authentic information on tho subject. Both resolutions were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 18 February 1854

W" TATE TIMES iMaawcccaTiisuxix.zgigJggc'M'gPo r m. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 1854 NO 42 tvAV.rM'cTirT!iw'rvrTTf?VMKKVWnwrie IHILm.4lllll.JWJII.HUI. Ill Ll. ITP it nmM.ifnim.iiiJuu.j'jig.mwmujjui.i iiaeraegi tjwB I I . jiwrnii t. .mot. in n IV I 15 ii i'i II) M il I (J IS DEBATES IN THE SENATE Satukday 7th Jan. 1S54. The question was tlie indefinite post- ponement of tho Loan Bill (which in- volves the merits) upon a motion made by senator Holland. I think it as well to test the merits of the JT1.J iLJUUUJ JtVli V. i'-i l. J ivuiuviii. whole question involved now as again I take the liberty of saying that neither the original bill nor the subititutcs will receive my sanction: all being alike ob- jectionable. All arc intended to revolu- tionize the policy of the State by the in- troduction pf the Loan policy. Tho IfLotniBill" as it is called is the nnfmmT vfil'fri tn Kim.li ('.hrmorn. A ilnn. gerousexponment is attempted and the ' consequences are to be dreaded. 1 1 would ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 18 February 1854

!M m?3T h-rV m MWKMULM IWWJI rlJ V FJT.M. WW W J J-WU MU " iWI U J M I1 AMf IT J g--V ' tf iy?FTTyf? mwS' policy havo abandoned it as ruinous : country by their labors the proceeds must such as have not fully tested it will no doubt in duo time abandon it; and for Texas let us resolve never to cease op- position but combat it to the last and the day of the advent of such policy into our country will be her darkest day. Tito advocates of tho loan bill would have us imitate those other States who havo abandoned and will soon abandon the mischievous doctrine. Like tho frog imi- tating the ox 'till ho burstcd. During the process of swelling the sensation is quite pleasant; but tho period of burst- ing is othcrwiso I imagine. While tho Missourians and Georgians are enjoying tlie delicious sensation of expanding them- selves they no doubt believe themselves the only elect; but wait till the time of explosion like those otlior State comes on and then they will feel just liko tho people of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 18 February 1854

t B IHrc A X MjMcwmMJWVJnum."lw'"'iA!ijti ' l.i"l.tr-n'VTTy " "1v.'rTKri.Jiiml;i.'M Mi;iumMiMuw;riv"ti'-uHui'i.Tiijiitrw.ii'i'wrii vt '.')t"Jy'J' in jj Ehc &K'rot WKin lk iHKu HHkIi HHFthc HHRn Hn? it 1 to be a school bill ; but a thing. And then I op- lt us tho advocate ot common Mil I 1 Mil I -. 1 1 1 s. Time Din nus noc passcu out is other branch of the Legislature will not pass that both'; will not be come a law. Tho action had on il in tho House shows it will never pass. And I assume that until it does pass tliero is no money set aside specifically for loans. But on examination of the first section of the school bill you will see that it only declares the Legislature shall have power to invest re-invest and recall said sum of money. It defeated it being really a school measure with the intention of con- verting it to a loan measure but failed in this and only declares a power in the Le- gislature which exists as fully without such declaration of power and docs not specifica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 18 February 1854

J V; r ' ( . ' J. i "H-. v tn n.rv nn&vnxmttWVVKitoietJ tapxmttKrifirfJ&3e dor no circumstances do I wish to be cur- tailed in this mutter. My ignorance may be 'admitted but lny honesty cannot ho called in question. I claim to be a friend of education audi offer that substitute in good faith. Tho gentleman from Harris is trying to create an alavm here among the friends of education. Now sir for a friend of education 1 find him in bad company associated with a gentleman whose known and avowed sentiments aro against a pro- vision for that object. Now sir I too' call upon tho friends of education to look to this matter and not ho misled but rally to the support of this substitute which I oiler and wo will have a fund and a system combined ; otlmr- wiso we may bo cheated out of the sys tem. I never will vote another dollar ior the support of education without know- ing something about the system to which it is to be applied. 1 have seen enough of this setting apart without tho e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 21 February 1854

TRI-WEEKLY STATE TIMES. urn in1" "u-xjumo-im 3nm:rTyy)tj:3saitjwjiimjai'jjLjuuiiiiu.a VOL-. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1854. NO 43. LiimravmMrjCTiwjuinwg3gTggaff;TfflnCT3Tittai wrmwn'iiTe-yrsi-'"'-1"' " 'J'1""1 "juiiuii-imi'uaaiiiiliuiivtjuw J IIiMllll I. If 111 VI ill II It I 11' in it " u u it ji-i u n iji debates in "the "Senate. j. T. fifWIWT Reporter. Tuesday Jan. 10 1854. The bill to be entitled "An Act to.cn- couragc the construction of Railroads by a loan of the School Fund" being before the Senate upon its second reading Mr. WEAT11ERF0HD offered the fol- lowing amendment : In section 3rd after the word "busi ness" in 18th line insert "together with all the lands that said companies may ob- tain from the State by virtue of the se- veral acts to encourage the construction of railroads in Texas by donations of land; provided the lion- upon the land shall be void so soon as one hundred miles of their road shall be completed." Mr. WEATIIEIUTQBD Mr. Presi- dent: I have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 21 February 1854

i mfmwn-uiwmwiiMiiPimjjjmiijnw.iim.wni ui jui t iwuw if !; jiw ".ui".ii nwwmi'tw in't1nu.rjyr"".nn ".tjtfy.tijBw.lii.'f'ij.ijfjM'LJ.suHi'KM''wi'i.ca .!!!. IJ'.;T..-.--.. .. .- tess' yl i that gcntlomon should confine themselves to the subject. I am awuro of that ; hut I think I have como as near confining myself to thosub- joct as other gentlemen who have pre- coded me. If I am to be cut off after the wide range -which has been given others I will politely take my hat and go. I would ask gentlemen when eleven yoars have rolled around if there will not bo just as much use for this money ns now if there will not be just as Aviso men upon this floor to provide for its re- investment as have a place here now? Gentlemen toll us that by loaning the money to railroads at six per cont. that we will realize a greater fund for school purposes than under the present invest- ment. I would ask any gentleman if he believes he can take 2500000 and mako more than five per cent from it unless he inv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 21 February 1854

MiinilHMFftf"WSWw;i'WJltXWM ..iMjipM-'i-uw-Mirvravivwg called upon this morning to rally in de- fence of that cause and support this bas- tard bill. What does it propose? To onactasystoni of common schools through out the State ? No sir ; but to set aside two millions of the United States stocks the interest on which is to be applied to the support of common schools. But what is to be done with the principal ? Ah ! there's the rub ! To bo "subject to future appropriation" or as is intended by the f ramers of the bill to loan it to railroad companies. There is no man in this House Mr. Speaker who is willing to go further than myself in the support of a school bill provided it has a tail detail or whatev- er you may choose to call it. 1 want schools and T want them now. Now sir T contend that this bill is un- necessary. Why sir by glancing at its general feature you will find that there is nothing contained in it that is not em- braced in all of the school bills which have been introd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 21 February 1854

Is 1 1 ' :.- ssmJk ;&h. A km I' iw.rJiii'wmiBimmwi)m; Hi :Tho civilization and independence of all Europe arc at stake and from the na- ture of this contest it is ono in which Russia cannot succeed without reducing not only the East but the "West into sub- jection. The Russian empire is difficult of attack on its frontiers impregnable in the recess of the interior. Its people arc disciplined rather than debilitated by absolute government and the force- of a singlo will is novor more serviceable than in such a struggle. Throughout tho empire preparations for war are made on the largest scalo of which the Government is capable. Con- fident as wo are in tho ultimato triumph of tho causo defended by England and Franco tho honor of those countries de- mands that no half-measures should be taken : and that if we arc led to engage in war at all it should bo with a full con- sciousness that wo have a proud and pow- erful antagonist to overcome." A telegraphic despatch announces that the...

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