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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 May 1854

IK. ti..Jt . ttyfc 260 ....J. 'aaSt3m Sl ' lil "' III SCAMH Mzette. MAY 6 j 1 mm n ft nmrnmro . - '.k... . ..VL 11 1 - -if-fmr- ' 1 - 1 1 iinr.ii 1 Kauc.i kv wot. riVscuRKtY'tuid Jr. w. hajotptow; . - - tr.jg- OITY Q!F AUSDIN STU.RDAY MAST G 1854 EDtrons Stats GAtsmrKxpcrlcnce hwprortm that tlidnmbo r Magistrate lin very Im- portant one to the peace and welfare of tlio community ; tre should therefore fit the next election choose rucli men nntl such only as will property nil the onlco. With this view a number of cltlwnafer consultation respectfully rcrpiut you to announce Jons T. AxxAttj hsq. and D. P. CxirtBt Eta. as candidates for Uio ofllce tho city being entitled to two o'r more. MANV C1TIZKNS. Wo aalhnrlreS to announce JOHN B. COSTA n candidate for re-election to tho ofllce of CnJtMusllcc of Travis county at-tlie ensiling August election .Wemre authorized to announce JOHN M. COSTLY n candidate for re-election to tho ofllce of Cleric 01 tho District Oonrt of Travis county at the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 May 1854

mmmmgmimmmmmmmmmmmrrmm ''""'"g'Jgg"'1"'"'' BiGKH WP 1 vll. ;. tt. I' li i flip h"" -'f 'PTPWjaiilWJBiJiaMinvtnM.Mueu rnwjjLJag.TBvsMTKjai-'ii!Jaui!r 1854. TEXAS STATE -GAZETTy m 3. To send one or two small nnval steamers upt the Amnr.on for tho purpose If oxpbring the tributaries of thlvt river which the States owning them Imvo lleclaicd to bo Irtso to tho commerce nnd navigation of the whole world. 4 To encoumgo tho establishment of alilTe of mail steamers between some iouthem sea port town und the mouth of the Amazon or somo other port in IruKtl. 0. Aid nlso to encourage the establishment of a direct mail route by steam ors between somo southern port and Europe. 6. I'pon tho improvement of harbors and navigable rivers. J?csh'crfThtit in tho judgment of this Convention tho adoption of the above titimtd measures would tend mightily to promote tho general welfare. The in- tcrcssof tho country require ihem and even-handed justice should mete litem tout Ithercas Tho governments of Boli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 May 1854

ir liaiMrtSiiiritlfliiiiyiliiiiiifriiiWiiii liMBittliaMMWighdftiMi is mm mmi. MAY 6 1262 Ill r 154 !? '. rf' .''. 1?' I Messrs . 4. -1T Forir Bei.Ikwai' Texas-March 30 J854. i.ntriinB? I'frmii me io hivcwuuhiciuii iiuriicumrs ui 111c iiiiirucr Ar ?:.iSrtJ. Sinm: f ft'irmetlv Hncci.il Acent "for Texas Inditing nnd" Mr. Len- pelmahyt of 0huv which took placcnbaui four miles from thin Puslou the Fort W6Tlh.ro3dyri Shrtdayriitnoo'ii' FdbrUftyl2ih arid nlsb fhfc capture of the CotlBletn left fjerc In September Inst with his family for Ohio and nt the ttroVne'w& murdered he wMTeiuVnlng frotd Ohio 16 his farm on Clear Pork ?5 miles west of Belknnn. Sometime In Jdinlnry Col. Sfcirt arid Mppelrrtnny who came tin a visit to Texas) left BhreVfcport Louisiana for Clear Fork; In coinptthy with tlifertt was n Mi. Chamblcss of Smith dountj Texri With his wagon and. two liorscs loaded with fruit trees potatoes one box of rifles and Sundry oihcHrtirlea fof Col. Stem". They travelled together Unt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 May 1854

no- -a.rUff 1854. TEXAS STATE G1ZETTE & From 1i NnUon&X Intelligencer. GOV. WILLIAM P. DUVAL. The late Ww-mam P. Duval wlio3e denth took place at Washing on oti the 46 th ultimo was a type of tliu gcnuitio American character npt sclf-rclyiug ami fertile in uattinl resources. He wn born in Yimuia of one of its old families. Some early pranks of a whimsical utiniioceut kind gained him the character of an " unlucky boy" prone to all kinds of mischief. The harsh treatment he experienced in consenuouco stung him to the quick. He considered himself niis- tinderstood and undervalued. " I II go from home and shift for my ii self." Theie was at that time iu Virginia a rage for emigration to Ittntucky. Ho had heard wonders of that country and of the glorious indepedent life of the hunters who rangedfits forests and lived by 'the rifle. Lie determined to go there and aWpt that mode of life. His father considered it the pacing caprice of aoy being lit- tle -aware of his wounded spirit a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 May 1854

I MMiiiaMKrsAteaiteBSMMHHaiu tnnaumaj mi iiiNiilwiMijilf juiaKMMuuuwtiuiaLWatJitogtJiiiuiuiiu tM BBSS SWnr-t'"" KMWMk ? -.I.S i TATE GAZETTE. MAY 6 &BEXAS 2G I I A r ' m From fhb palVMion New. The Afl!FcrsaryfBd"l5 of Sa Jacinto. Wo availed otctv.6'ftHaind' invitation ofdur friends in IlrirriBlmrg tp attend TU0 ccieorauon 01 oan uncimo victory dh'Friday last. It was a sources! general regret tlmt in con- Tiv no moans as many present from. Fort JJend and other coun ties adjoining as we had expected to see inasmuch as most of the gentlemen named as managers in tho invitation cards be- longto tlioso counties Avhicli V0 had therefore supposed would tie well ropresentdd. 2tfor "werothercj as many from Houston " might have boen expected owing probably to the fact that the citizens of that place as wo arc informed had a similar celebration of their own. But considering all these circum- stances there was certainly a much larger number participat- ing in the festivities at Iiarrisburgth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 May 1854

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 6 May 1854

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 13 May 1854

tt i p-.- n j 'i f 1 1 r"nr i rwiS9I5 s'l' J ii . U f? lem3tXsVS!l I'll xR' iSSSsLEuSsVrrw"VZ 5TV -35' -l 'i '.! 11 . -. J L. i IJimrfi' nj X- i i VOL. T. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 13 1851 10. 38. 1 k i 'I B i A im K i SSS-SiSS o a ftp iJ TI-TE TTCXAS STATE GAZETTE. IMiMisIicil wuokl- liy JOSrl2l IV. MAIVi'OA btutts t'rlater. TV'.V.S" Tititut: Don ins per volume or lirty-twn number- if paid in ndvnncc or within sjtie tiionth Horn the Hint- of subscribing or Forti Diui.wtstr not lints' paid in mlvntice. AilintMiia. Adititsments will In; iti'iitcl nt line Dollar per squire or -In lines or le tills "ire t.vpe fur the lift Insertion and lifty cents for cuclj continuance. Due linlf tlu-e clung- 33 villi be luiiile to tlioie who advertise by the ycir vltb the pilvllegc or changing tpi.uterl). llu'Iness Cauls' of not mure than one ii.ire villi be Inserted for ten dollar per imnuin. Announcements of Candid itcs for Olllce mill .ill political poisoiial iinil business eoiniuiutlca- lions piom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 13 May 1854

V m 1 "268 ' aMw" - jm..'w - - gesEHgear ""aiiw:r":iara..i :irwni. upimhm is- '...J ."' '"1 i ft mrrn mmr a n nmimn n i nnmmn ' THE MAS STATO IjAZMiI ffiEXAS STATE GAZETTE. MAT 13 t 'Edited hy WOT. 'll. SCUKIIY and J. IV. HAMPTON. OITY OF AUSTIN SATURDAY MAY 13 185A. Mlmrs. Editom! A e-oodly naraler or the cltliens of Travis county haying confidence In tho Integrity ami qualifications of Mil. FItANK llltOWN Are solicitous tlmt lie should permit the uie of hi rmrno as Candidate for District Clerk of said county; the sincerity or wlioie desire thcr will prove on Ihe day of election. Austin May 12 IBM. MANT VOTKItS. Kditohs 8riTB OitnTs: Experience lias proven that the ofllce of Magistrate Is n very lm- portanteno to the peace and welfare of the community ; wo should therefore nt the next clcctlcu choose such men and such only ni will properly All the office. With this view n nambri-of cltltcns after consultation respectfully request you to announce Jon T. Aujtx fcj. and 1). J". CinTED...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 13 May 1854

MWWJ SH 1854. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE . w I.si )- Tho following letter is from the San Diego Herald (Cnli- fornin) and is .in reply to one addressed to Lieutenant Derby by one Charles Dc Selding a collector of claims notary public &c at Wash iu"-tou city lie very kindly informs Lieutenant Derby that he Selding and others have very kindly at the request of " a number of officers stationed in Texas" undentook to induce Congress to give to the army officers stationed in California extra pay for certain services anil that he thinks they will succeed provided these officers agree lo nve them " five or ten per cent." of the amount so obtained ! The fact is Congress is about passing a law allowing extra pay to these officers for services in California in 1S-1S and these cormorants at Washington are trying to get a part of it. To this very kind letter Lieut. Derby replies as follows : San Dir.ao 20th March 1S5-1. My Dear Chirks 1 have received your modest request oT the -lili of .Inuu- tuy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 13 May 1854

'su. TmBmsStt-IFfCSZ-AA. I ) i .i I1 ' I! I M S! ! Ill I HM m M JM H n II 3 iagjs- f.' 5CfrPTp'gyagg ' W.i '-; "" t"ff'l"TT" J.'"."' '""t tv i wiwwilJ.W.WTOIIlLaj IliilUMLmWIBW - uijMiiitii.iu.jflJULJllLiai'f -"'t' " ' "" ! . 'TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. MAI 16 Colt In (ho CuHcnNU. Wc find the following inlercsting anecdote illuMrnling ihe value of n recent American invention In nn EnglMi pnper ol the IBih February : InDnghcslnn a young Lothian chief being severely wounded drrlng one of th'c JrcQuenl rcMinsof the Itubslnns took refuge in n ruined sakll in order lo apply bandages to his wounds. "While thus employed he was discovered by !.! r iw.iv .tumonnied dracoons. who immediatelv Rave chn.se on his tal'ln" flinlit. Being licet of foot for n short lime he outran them during which tlrnosuch i of thcin as had their carbines loaded fired at liitn Ineffectually. Hav- infr crossd Otic of the flexible bridges common in that country and which was over a ranidjprrcnl at the footafn mountain the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 13 May 1854

MMBHHBBHBBhwMBMiiJgti tscaxsoBXlssmamam mm MMrtAWjgWVmiwMljr nmimnnRmMsntBn TEXAS STATE G-AZEITE. L. A THE GOLD FIELDS OP THE WOULD. Australia California mill Kussio. A little work entitled "Noteon the Disiribuitou of Gold throughout the World" from the pen of a gentleman named Wykl has just heen issued in London. t furnishes much useful information. According to Mr. W. small particles of gold are sometimes found in the Doru- ish mines and tin-streams of Gtcat Britain but therefore not to a sufficient extent to authorize any particular attention to bo paid to them. Gold in small quantities has often been found in various other sections of England and Scotland. In Ireland the only remarkable stole district is on the East shore in Wioklow. It was found in 179(5 and the amount raised did not exceed XlO.OOO. In France Gold is found at Gardctte in the Isere in the. llivers of the Rhone Rine and Garonne in the niouuiuins of Cevcnnecs and Lauguedoc. " The Rivers of Spain and Portugal have ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 13 May 1854

tr v WWW TMJttf!'ag.l M HI J II n iwn f I lf4 y- R" 1 I M tj TEXAS . STATE GAZETTE. MAI 13 r 1'rom Ihe New Orlcnno rfcayounc. ' THE AMERICAN DOCTRINE.' Gon. Wnllmclgo. inomhor of Congress fforn the city of Now York has offered in the Houso of Ropresontntkcs n scries of -declaratory resolutions on. tho subject of neu.trnl comuierco in tiino of war. Tlioy arc in tho-mitnro of nn. announcement to tho World of tho doctrines which wo in ten d to insist upon ana fight for. Thoy assort- That every American vessel engaged in tho lawful pursuits of comuierco is held by this Grovoriiru.cnt to bo protected by tho flag that covors her and which shi'J.l bo tho ovidenco of her nationality; that wo attach to all such vessels a character of aovoroiguty considering them a part of our territory inviuhvblo and clothed with corresponding imn acuity. And that 'Our rights a3 thus declared rest upon no precarious or-tem-porary basis norupon tho concessions of any power but upon tho public law as insisted ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 13 May 1854

BWWfi JiwuuuMiuimiu iltlWilMgnrfaiiWVgWilVTBfa 111 1854. TEXAS STATE GAZEiTE. 273 'H .6 MISCELLANEOUS. ) TjTTxCLTJOTIC DIIYSICIAN. Dr. l'ayno has permanently located In Austit Jflli and offers Ills services to tlic public In the practice of Medicine mill Surgery according to the Eclectic System the distinctive features of which arc knowledge sought freely from nil the various sjstemsof mcdlent practice; truth received wherever found and medicines Vised of a sato Mi.1 salutary rather than of a dangerous and debilitating character. All cases entrusted to Dr. P. 111 be treated without the use of mercury or antimony In any form. Having hail much experience In the treatment or chronic dlcnso. Dr. 1' respectfully solicits the attention of those who are allllrtcd with diseases of long standing. Olllce In ZUlcr's new stone building Tecaii street Austin Texas. 07.P Austin May 6 ISM. H-Vcc 1'assasfc to 41ic oTcip J&iscovcru ! . FOR a long time the public mind lias been agitated on account...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 13 May 1854

t-ttt i&-- BSJnajlMttin cMSMaatiapatgm Ml n 1 1 mi ricmxna: auneumfflmhuiuBM r. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. MAY 13 fcii IT '. I" i I N ill EBTJOATlOutf. .:;; .' i'Jift &S3S2 -K W gmf nles Letters Astronomy nnd Ornamcntr.! Ilrnnchcs llMI. 8..1S Wthenmllc. Philosophy nn.l JJotoi.y. UoCilASAKti'fClicIi nnil Himil Uli. ' Austin CoH&ltto Tomulo IiinfiUUo. SWioflftU'Wirionofillfl'lnitKmlonwlireommcncooii 11m first aiiu iu Monjny In February 18M. FACULTY. IUv. 1U J. Btmr A M.i Principal nnd Professor of Ancient I.i ngnnge Moral and Mental Phi- ooi'uy. Hxm.r.. Jr. uyiit- """. ... ltl.i. flnltni-.w1 Tnn.l.. ! il. v... I)rt A J liwi. '. A. TArii.li Lecturers on Hygiene lw Physiology. eST PunIN MMtneiicltiB nny llinc during tho flt mor-.tli w III bo cluirKcO for n full sossl'm ; CommcnalnffAt'nny otber tlmc wiu bc cbarued'from the time of entrance to the end of t.lu 8US. rYoungY-idlccnn board' with tho Principal iu ton dollars per month In nilvnr.ee. Prof Pktm box Rivos regular lesions In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 20 May 1854

iMMfiSi5iiiiSSiZSSaS!SSlilil! i t I 'jrr-niKW .-.- -'' ". .? Jf v. ssgSSStesSiS ina$ tSH0H. m& -tf-Hwr. urn'; VOL. Y. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 20 1851 10. 39. inrwn-L- u r .vnfe sssesssnc ...... -. 'i-w ' -' ! - ''! . ---. IrtetJP625-- -i S P w--4$ SI THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. I'ublJKlu.d wuulcly by .IQSEl'M AV. BfAniVTOX fetutu Printer. TKllMS: TiinKK Dollars per volume of llfty-two numbers If paid In advance or within one month from the time of subscribing or Forn bni.L.ins.ir not thus paid In advance. .Ideerti.diig. Advertisements .will he inserted lit One Dollar per snunrc of six Hues or less llils slie type for the first insertion nnd lifty cents for each continuance. One half these charg- es will be made to those who advertise hy the year with the privilege of changing ipiarterly. lluslncss Cards of not more than one square will be Inserted fur ten foJivper annum. Announcement of Candidates for Olllce and all political personal and business commuutea- tloi.s promotive of i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 20 May 1854

t I '1 V ) h ly f il! Mt !' w iii r i ?i. 4ffi Milo MMlLi L ' '"MHrMIIP .IL. I ' M ' t-fi JfrJl. TEXAS "STATE GAZETTE. MAY 20 Hi 1. . '"OIK ciliicd by war. iii tjcuititv mm j. iv. HAraro?f. - ' - ii ji in. M ...- iiui.i .um ! orry of austin Saturday mao; 1854. I. !. ! !'-" fVl J P Jtt CB Wd arVnntliorltd to announce FRANK BHOWtf tin a candMate for the oDlce of Clerk of tho District Court of Travli county at the approaching August' election. liorroia StAfc Qum t Experience has proven that thoofuce of Magistrate Is a very lm- tjortant one to the peace and welfare of the community we should therefore at the next elcellonmiooFaitieh menV and such only ft will properly fill the offlce. With this view n number of dtlteni after consultation respectfully request you to announce Jona T. Aixak Esq. and B. F CAtTtn Esq. a candidates for the omce the city being entitled to two or more. MANY CITIZENS. We are aulliorltfd.and rcqusted to announce I. M. UfiACKWEI.T Esj. as a candidate for he offlce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 20 May 1854

UstegBBCSttSSEMH aumjimuuMWJJjLJiuuuuinnig ur..i.n.juuinumiLXjujmciiUL.iiuiiiJU-i TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. The Latest News "Wo aro indebted to tho kindness of friend Dossatt of tbo steamship Mexico for late Now Orleans papers tho Pica- yune Delta and True Delta (dailies) of tho 10th May receiv- ed by tho mail of Wednesday evening. Tho regular mail brought by tho Mexico did not como through as usual. jWe annex below bucIi items of news foreign and domestic oa wo find- in these papers : NEWS BY THE AFRICA. Kkw York May 5. Tho sales of cotton in tho Liverpool market on tho 22d according to tho reports brought by the Africa amounted to GOOD bales. Tho latest quotations for fair Orleans are 6-Jd. per pound. Sl'AIN. Tho reports brought by the Africa show that the Black "War rior case has assumed a very threatening aspect at Madrid. It is rumored that Mr. Soule our Minister at Madrid had demanded the recall of the present Governor-General Pezuehi and the appointment of a successor invested wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 20 May 1854

r-p .ji. 3H n? TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. MAI 20 A i: jbtitvefrti ift. tkt ScnatftfUfi United Slates Fbhiary 14 1051 irha'Sotiftto h.f..g under consideration tin) bill to orfj&nfsa the Tenitorios fcbWk ""! Kunsas . i. v ' 'Mr. HoOs-ro.t said: 1 fegroucdostrcmolyycs'ordny Mi. President that L was Wieh indisposed to proceed td address the Sonata sous to nicilittnq tlio progress of this biil so fttrrts I nifty bo dohncctcd with.lf Though indliposod to-day' I haru no disposition to embarrass the bill in tfio-sjfglitoht degree; mid tiloroforo I shall now proceed ; und though thu apptohonsidn of the beiiate nmybBthnt I shall be tedious from tho numbor of books that are hero exhi- bited it 1 rtiy intention to ocahpy bill a short time. I have brought these books) respectable from' their numbers if ibr nothing olsd ns A matter of reference riuddntthac;haio may see how rmiulr pains has been taken In relation to thu Indians iiy the Government of the United States whether to negoeiute trea- ties ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 20 May 1854

BWfWWWMW u 1854. TEXAS STATE GAZE I IE. ISO . K w Wo uro forming a rorritory in utlvnnco of itn extingulslimnnt nnd wo nrn fnrminc it in vloliitiun of n pledge muit Biilumnly given Unit tlicy nover tihotitd be removed Hdro is llio provision of 1833 with ihu Clinrnki'os i "ThoUiniPil Stiuc hnroliy cimvonntii unci agree lint t)in InniU endod to the Cltorokco Nntinn in tho foregoing urticti. slmll in no future litno without thoii rotiftonl bo included within tho torrltuiial limit 01 jurisdiction of any S title or Ti'ttitory." It is Iruo tlmt the Clierokposs nro not within iko limit of tho WintlariiM of thi Territories proposed to lo orgntiixiul by this hill ; but tho Souenas and Sliuwties -nro; mid I will rend the provision of the treaty with thorn : " The lands grunted by this ugroemnnt and convuntiim to tin said hand of So- riecus and Shawnues vliull not ho siritl or ceded by them except to the Uniled Slates; and the United Statoa gmranteo tlmt said lutuU slull ueve- bo within the bo...

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