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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 25 August 1855

For the State Timet. TUc Earth. bt mbs. t. b. bsteridgk. Let others sigh, for the stars on high— Or to dwell on the boundless sea; With a summer gale, on the clouds to Mil,— But the green old Earth for met With its quiet glades, and far off shades,— Where the crystal waters play, And the violet bine, 'neath the pearly dew Doth hide from the garish day, Oh J I love the night—when the calm moonlight Falls On the folded flowers, When the starry eyes of the azure skies Keep watch o'er the silent hours; The sylvan grot,—and the charmed spot In the forest lone and deep, Where the Fairies play, and the wood-nymphs stray While the weary world doth sleep:— The mossy cliff, and the coral reef That for ages gone, hath stood, Still gleaming high, to the sunlit sky Far off, in the oceaa flood: The mountains grey, stretching far away Where many a cavern lies, Whose vaulted height with its diamond light Ne'er flashed upon mortal eyes. Each grove and plain, hath some holy fane To love, and to memor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 1 September 1855

m§ STATE TIM ES. n "S - CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1855. NUMBER m R Ik . -_y-- ICAKPAJKTT- Hvvnrn.li, Joly 12, 1855. r i fhate not before had tine to rjrenr letter in relation to the new or- Noihinps, cor have I at hand all , f. which are necessary to a full of the subject. Very passible in I am about to advance I shall ■in antagonism to yourself and Naid finends to whom yoo ailode: . JU all eveaisthere is no impropriety in ask- ing you t read carefully. sot for the purpose of Contradicting or finding fault, nor yet for tJtt'porpoae of implicitly believing, but to ' reason, to consider, to reflect. If there is truth in what I write lot no previous prejudice dim , its brightness—rf them is error l«i o personal , partiality prevent its. detection and exposure. The violence which has herefore character- ized the discussions on this subject, is unbe- coming at all times, and particularly so upon Hbw involving so much about which may reasonably dfflfer. i know not why ...

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

Itafp $mn. rrausnso «mr SATCMMY WT ID, WALKER k DAVIDSON. I row. JO. VAUCtK. W. T. DiVtDSOB. JOBDV «. Editor. ISTINVSATUKDAY, SKPT-1,1&5- 1*3.—Three dollars perannum. tnvaHaUi/ at PK^TISiyG -—fo* «c*- Square of ten line#, I, one 4illar for the first insertion, and fifty mBSi snbSMjaetrf' insertion. Advertlse- t taari&i with thennmber of insertions de- [ hi -continue! on til otherwise ordered, Answer* to laterogaiorlea Cant I lined. In the preceding uuuibor some questions in regard to land woe answered; in contin- uation of the object we shall add other re- sponses this week. "hike soil in the vicinity of Austin fertile?" * Generally it is quite so. The land is easi- ly cultivated and stands drought fri 4 man- ner which would astonish a resident of Ten- nessee. In this neighborhood there have been instances of a drought of six weeks striking a field of corn just as it began to "silk and tassle " and the yield to the acre a cook from $15 to $20—Blaok-; Education la Texan aad I...

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

p*. ;.->r- ssa, is bad thin been, : apop it m i'i silken ■' bront! I® w *ed jpacufolly and Lreeze, since it was first lipMi it by 'be stoat hearts and is ut the Rovotulifiiary wm! With juoJ distinction fia* it been maintained tanl uiwuiiieil through the Tatiuu ui.try, and through the seventy* * of out natioual existence. How I houoiabie indeed is the history of j we glory iii to-day, since that atom of fTUT1-It has been written: I€&f is not lite, o.. (he Fourth, huge patties i Indians t'rom the neighboring towns, a hundred, least t*. was thought t>ly be in the city by invitation oi Ijlritfrkk. "His Excellency was requested Jatore to invite the Indiaus to ftod pennissioH was given the in to occu- : Grand P.aza, anil there to perform their I ainfotlier amusement? fur themselves, . I# fod ail that mijjitt be th^e to see. It had lifttftlen tbe habit 1 believe of the Governors of ■^"Ihe't'erriftK-y un lerif jxic*a.tl o ie or two of fliem under the United S: ies, to iuvite the ►...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 1 September 1855

*y* Sotjetiea. IC.—AUSTIN LODGE, 12, meet* the first Saturday ' month. acaaa.—B. Finnin, W. Master; B. P. Carter, (ardea; G. L-Walton, J. Warden ;F. T.Daffau. B. H^or, Secretary J 16, 185*. 6 JV—JOHNSON ENCAMP- TSL MENT, So. 4, organised July 15,1853, JWHf ' ob the first and third Friday of each i at 8 o'clock, P. M. Educational. I. O. offi. 8. Jt . Of 8. |APITOL UNION LODGE, So. 16, of the Independent Order of Good Samaritans Daughters of Samaria, meets every aday evening at 7 o'clock. B. F. CARTBR, i IT. R. S. H". C. G. S. j tin. Dee. 23, 1854:4tf. j lARDHCl~Miu. Pikbck would respect- : ally inform the public that she is prepared j eive and accommodate boarders. in, March 17th, 1855, lo:tf. j Come and be Healed. undersigned has erected and fnr- | aished a large and commodious _ for the accommodation of the Be, at the celebrated White Sulphur Springs I Salt Fork of the Lampase?, Coryell count*. j t, to which a line of hacks is now rnuning j I Austin, twice a week, where a3 good far...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 September 1855

?Ti $W-T.Zr<WtS6 TEXAS TIMES. MEn. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1855. NUMBER C* r Sk ag __ ArUt timet. Lampasas Springs, Aug. 10, '55. ktHwnfcM «w theexaltingshoot Sob, when we left the accursed and pitched our tent on evening hat near the boiling «f the Lampasas. We had begnn •t lut the IniO fife of the camp. Bather odd ft was to aee ourselves in sneh a place ? night, bat tfee white gleaming of mul- of neighboring camps satisfied na that if we were odd, many were even with a% and we made preparations for oar even- ing ami with aa equanimityw^ich was high- ly creditable. The taak of cooking fell up- <o* your humble servant, aad hois prepared ■to say that such a meal if seldom eaten.— Enetiag our little sheet-iron ooovenKBce \jfcWltmanufacture of caloric, called by an stretch of courtesy a stove, I ham and myself at the same ; and prepared some coffee, such as jou Mr* get at a restaam. When the ham dona I fried some eggsln the gravy, aad placing the whole on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 September 1855

MBS imr iunui w & DAVIDSON. v. t. u11m0i. t, SATtfKD AY, SEPT 8,1855 1—Fw «tl square of ten lines, [ oue dollar for the tot insertion, and fifty •Mb aabaaqneat insertion. Advertiae- " - " " 'lithe number of insertions (to- ri an til otherwise ordered, accordingly. A liberal discount wiH I f ttni advertising by the year. lot Candidates for State oE- ty oSees fire doll arc. ry «.l dtadw, and communication* of a^rparsoaal natare, will be charged at fee t Kvans.—This gentleman M >n Ane- ; the pmnt wwek. He think* he is i by s suit majority. re requested to peruse the > df Mr. Mball. He relates the charge i most unequivocally. Semi«art.—The young under tie management of this I its session an Monday last, in formerly occupied by Mr. sear the Governor's heme. -Be*. Mr. Herroc delivered two i lecture* daring the weak. One dis- ks npoa '-the rigns of the Times" the i tbe * downfall ef Romanism." lie • his hearer*. The (objects !iM*f great importance particularly sr state of the pub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 September 1855

*st fcaaa appointed by the bnildia^ a plan fee > advert!** j^ACCS. Then will b mtMMter Sato contract And the commit- apon the plan for the w«. aaventy feet lonjt by forty- had At mm akHlftlly and 0* paper, with all A* atv- aad deposited the «um with Court, of taM county, hereby give* that w *riU . nit!! Monday (he 15th ■est, for the building of a house the dimenaioaa aad specifications of c.s. lonocopt, ] i. t harcogrt, FEED. TATE, O. HSKKLB, . WM. 3CALLORN, Pajette county Texas, Sept 1, 1855. 8, 40:«W '" • • * UUTTEO TO JAIL. ItaRawlf daacrihed negroes were com- *S the jail of Victoria County, on the «f Aagast 1855, as runaways namely; aged abont 34 years—blind in the left ~ colored, weighs abont 150 pounds feet ten. inches in height. d about 26—dark copper color— truss, being slightly ruptured— .140 pounds—about 5J"eet 10 inches. say they belong to Joseph Bates, i Bernard, near^the town of Bra- , County. 1 owner or owners of the above slrres can have the same by making proof of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 September 1855

Societies. TIC. — AUSTIN LODGE, : No. 12, meets the first Saturday :ry month. icuts.—R. Finnin, W. Master; B. P. Carter, Jen; G.L. Walton,J. Warden; F. T. Dallau, B. Major, Secretary.} !6, 1854. 5 ^©7>.-J6Htf30S ENCAiiP-^L J, No. 4, organised July )5,1853, 3s i on the Sm and third Friday of e ch^W^ i at8 o'clock, P. M. . .. 8. M. O. off 8. k.PITOL UNION LODGE, No. 16. of thet t Order of Good Samaritans! Daughters of Samaria meets every! ' eveaiag at 7 o'clock. on Scant, B. F. CARTER, W.R.S. W.C.O.S. a. Pac. P, I854:4tf. J4ROIV6- u. Planes would respect- fully inform the public that she is prepared tire and accommodate boarders. Sb, March 17th, 1855, 15:tf. be Healed. ■adersigned has erected and fur- ted a large and commodious • for the accommodation of the !,«i the celebrated White Sulphur Springs i Salt Fork^fthe Lampases, Coryell county, to wkwRme of hacks is now running i Austin, twice a week, where as good fere as > had in the upper country will he furnished able rates. GE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 September 1855

Wm -r i*>- llT-M-f TEXAS STATE #> . rl r-r a CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1855. NUMBER For tie Texas State Times. '19 PARTY. Nzak Caldwell, Barleson Co. Tex. • 1st, 1855. Eoiroaa:—Owing to the extra- i of the country immedi- elections. I i offer to your valuable columns It would appear at has grown out of the or- , of a new party, or, rather, the or- of a set of principles that have existed among us, but not quite in shape that they have recently as- We have never yet seen the ob- i to this party fully answered; and we We think truth cannot suffer l , and the jrenius and per- petniiv of our institutions demand it, and aw« -acre imperatively than at ihk very i?e<: ; , . Enom Nv*kimjii*i €kfc>*d; or, nit e.rpost. t^Ofi at .V kAk Fa-i#— I;* o.igin, i hare reduced every country to despotism as soon as they could gain the power, and they have shown their cloven foot here. We are willing to live under the same laws ourselves that we make for catholics; we giv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 September 1855

mart satuxbav by ID, WALKER k DAVIDSON. to. turn. V. T. DATLDeOI. r, sire-15, i8a5- rannsm,! ML—for each square of ten lines, m dollar for the first insertion, and fifty each rib—qaret insertion. Advertise- * —irked with the number of insertion? de- i contiaaed until otherwise ordered, A liberal discount will ito those advertising by the rear. , Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ■ dollars—County offices five dollars. Political circulars, and communications of t or personal nature, will be charged at the 'The Editor rtbe weak. i absent daring the early W« would call, the attention of our , to the advertisement of obr old friend, renbueer. He has valuable proper- lie and lent. i the advertisement of Harvey Smith, i wishing to purchase Valuable property 1 give him a call. i- — JamaNffc Rxcimekt—Mr. Swenson ceived better announcing the reception i order by Cot. Johnsou to place bis regi- in motion for Te*a . The companies rig the regiment are fall. The people sas will be gratif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 September 1855

i.—Aii , LooU county, baa tn- i alarm bedstead. Tnia bed is at- work in welt a manner that B dashed, an alarm is set i not heed it, in | Uiti,Douses, lote, Sic., fer Sale. 1 Notice to Ballders and Contractors. [ THE STATE OF TEXAS.) Edward Nichols, 1 "*VTE offer the following lands for sale at bar- TT gains, two of the firm being practical Sur- minutesthereafter, be or tbej will | those wishing to sell property. THE undersigned having bec-u appointed by the Countv Court of Favette county, a building veyora, ana wen acquainted wim tne lanas in committee for the purpose of selecting a plan for Bexar District and city property enables us to a new Court House of said county; to advertise show lands to persons desiring to purchase. We an<j receive proposals, and to enter iuto contract offer a good and profitable mode of advertising for for building of said bouse. And the commit- Cousty of Hats, j Sarah Nichols, In IMs'rict Court Fall Term 18.15— * V"HEREAS, Edward Xicliols, the plaint...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 September 1855

Soridicfl (gbucationol. Ptyttsicinns anb dentists. ! Catopcrs aitk £emfc Agents. nr.—AUSTIN LODGE, 12, meets the first Saturday onth. J.—E Fmuuh, W. Master; B. K. Oarter, fj O. L. Waltoa, J. Warden; F. T. Dnflan, B. Major, Secretary^ 1854. ft * V JOHNSON KNCAMP-^a^ r, No.t, organised July 15,18S3,fgffi ' s first and third Friday of I o'clock, P. M- ©. re. s.ad. of s. , UNION LODGE, No. 16, of the t Order of Good Samaritans of Saaaria, meet* every • at T o'clock. B. P. CARTER, W. R. 8. W. C. G. S. ftt, 1884.-4tf. its. Pikkcb would respects inform die public that she is prepared I accommodate boarders. fifth, 1885, 15:tf. __ AI STM COLLEGUTE IMSTITCTE. FEMALE flXHti scholastic year, comprising the JL eighth and ointh sessions of this Institution, will commence on the first Monday of September, 1855. j It is the design of the Principal, Rer. B. J. i Smith, together with his abie aseisiant Teachers j and the efficient co-operation of the Board of Trns- • tees, to make this the most thor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 22 September 1855

THE TEXAS CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1855. NUMBER 42J of the Danish Navy, has gone to Paris to ask advice and assistance of Fmnce. No mid- dle course appears possible to Denmark, and serious complications are apprehended, Den- mark much fearing that the Unitd States from Europe. stram8hip hermann. Hermann, from Breead^ anired at New York on A dispatch to the Philadel- i Iaqairer, relating to the prorogation eSULiit* m u ' \n extra meeting of the Danish Ghain- __ — prorogued on : h*™ was.in ®fssl0Ln' c°n.8t™ct^S a unil'OTm Uth, tie Queen's hpeech havlg been constitution for the who e kingdom. wed by proxy. The speech consrratu- . t>_ • "88r„ \rn„i Tbe much „£ would commence hostilities by taking posses- | sion of the Danish West India Islands. a. ® 8Pee^tl congratu- The j>uss;an papcr, Le Nord, says we may itha eoont^y00 the increasing strength j j k for great events and horrifying re- ar th« nmon between France and England, : ° accession of Sardinia to the a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 22 September 1855

1 nas / • \ ie Pope. \ Mexican Affairs. River Improvements. ,/ Power ol the Pope. It is thought by tome, who ought to know, j Pryor Lea Esq., has written two very able The views of Dr. 0. A. Brownson, regarding that, there will be contest between Gen. , communications to the Goliad American, in tho power of the Pops, as published in his Re- I rgtuffltD max unuuT bt , FORD, WALKER t DAVIDSON. S. MID. JO. JOHS 8. FORD. t Indian Hews. I The annexed letters evince the existence < j of considerable tlina and danger on the | - _ „ .. , j _ t Vidaurri and Gen. Alvarez for the Presidency j which the necessity of improving the naviga- view, have been eucfed bv members of the ! frontier. Tbe Hangers are actively endear. ^ ^ be an appca, | ^ Tesas s)rcam3 b Th<j fol_ onng to-gaprd the expoeed points, 8 ' to arms to decide the question is not known—(lowing are the premises assumed : T* "*TIP*0*-j corps is too small to effect the object. More I S||C|] a resujt vi-ookt be in the usual cours...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 22 September 1855

HOP O LI T AN HOTEL Avenue, Austin, Texas. BOCSE, pleasantly situate* upon Mss thoroughfare of the city, after thoroughly overhauled. the k t- j.the summer wation of business wiH be in readiness for the reception «C broilers, transient and permanent boarders '••4 OB the 1st October, proximo. THE READING ROOM AND OFFICE (he special attention of Maj. Slaughter, m is well known, all and every de- r confidently be placed, for the pro- eemfort sad bome-feeling of guests. LADIES'- DEPARTMENT, Lantfi, If oases, Lots, Sc., for Sale, j Notice to Builders and Contractor*. offer the following lands for sale at bar- p-g-^if; undersigned having been appointed bv the TT gains, two of the firm being practical Sur-j [[ County Court of Fayette county, a building veyors, and well acquainted v..th the lands ln committee "for the purpose of selecting a plan for Bexar District and city property enables us to i a new ^our- House of' said county; to advertise show lands to persons desiring to purchase, y ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 22 September 1855

* Soricticc IIC.— AUSTIN LODGE, ; 12, meets the first Saturday . Crania, W, Master; B. F. Cuter, \ i; G. L. Walton, 3, Warden; F. T. Duffaa, ; B. Major, SecreUry.J "FWOSBtSON ENCAMP- .4, dtgatsisedJaly 15,1853, durational. I u4 third Fridur of each' -1 Of G. S. & 1 . Of S. }N LODGE, No. IS. of the t Order of Good Samaritans of Samaria, meets every t at i o'clock. IS. F. CARTER, m &- s. w. c. a. , S3, 1854;4tf. [G~Mm. Piirck would respect- the public that she is prepared t aod accommodate boarders. s, March ltth, 1855, 15rtf. AlSTlil COLLEGIATE FEMALE IS 8TITUT E. TIE scholastic year, comprising the eighth and ninth sessions of this Institution, will commence on the first Monday of September, 1855. It is the design of the Principal, Rev. B. J. Smith, together with bis abie assistant Teachers ; and the efficient co-operation of the Board of Trcs- ' tees, to make this the most thorongh and practi- \ cal College for yonng ladies in the South. The building we occupy is brick fort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 29 September 1855

TEXAS" STATE' md CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1855. NUMBER F0BEI6S eial correspondent of the ^ writes under date of Sept. 9.— s extracts: I several murders and assassi- here since I last bad *ing yon. One of the Most foul and horrible murders ever known ^ i tkeevoniug of Friday, the week Mr. George Canning Buck- Victoria's Commissary 'Judge otih* "Mixed Commission for die Suppres- sion of the Slave Trade," was sitting at his • dinner with a Mr. Caliaghan oo , when a gang of negro ruffians, two white men, entered the oaSfirT-^nrtaente. Two of the ruffians (ne- groai) theo entered tfe« room iu which the two geaiknwu were,aud eoiwoea-wl to tie " " ■ hauiw and gag them. Mr. Gallaghan, sa his own account ma^t have been oh frighted, was throws on the floor, tksiaad his watch taken from his July 31, (August 12,) 4 Morning.—At little, if any, success. Its object is stated one this morning the enemy fired 72 rockets ; to have been, exclusively, to enable the Allies into the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 29 September 1855

riuusR ft DAFIDSON. bl w. v. say1mos. ,SffiT- 29,1855- Advertise- I tk« a «mber of insertion a de- lot •urerwiM ofcww, A Stall discount will bjrthe/ttr. " dates far State offi- fire dollars * i 4 eommmnkatkms of will be charged at the fcvi.t the attention of oar ;af 8.8. Pen rod, > the has *' of C. A. assortment of 1 after tbe 1st of Goto- hsve a semi-weekly mail across were discovered coming into the setilemeot. i we have only a weekly. Coobt.—The appearance rlBttriet Court willte umwual- , IW1 Term—casee principally i tlnoet unprecedented hard tines t#«n, will result in great distress •" ISST'' ' have been unremitting in their exertions to break op the wttlements on the tipper Guadalupe. Jadge William fi. Jones iaa resident of that region. He haa been spending a few days in Austin.— The from the Indians haa become so imminent that seme families have removed temporally from the upper Guadalupe, among the number the Judge's. He has directed a letter to Gov. Pease detailing the In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 29 September 1855

m f.JPUBLIO AND CONVEYANCER, *yf%co, SFLssvis Co., Taxas. fly ioforms the citi- j Ala unequalled r settling, and the j has completed arrange- I an Ayflwy «t this point, in , of Gerotu. la d Bvsatss % feature. _^j at all times to execute wn- ___ description with accuracy, --Tteatt^y**" *** IiuIeintri^MSea pertataing to iaeluaat hnr business which a regular legal prac- titioner aeofta* acglects. Through him good le- adviea cafc * c procured, and those having I in the vicinity of McLennan county will be fly and truthfully informed of their validity, i Collector of claims and a General Agent, : success and references must be his on- r description will be collected, if IIIt/«m Ike, and no exertion on the part of the attkaevftef or his assistants, will be spared to se- tJte settlement of the claims of those who ' t aoeoanU to ton. -,. ■ twill make it his business'ovis- ; points in the State, on pro- , or to send a capable agent thith- l of the duties entrusted to las tin, San Antonio, or ...

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