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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 March 1854

a -r> 3 --i r ■MBB 5S5 r *e-( 5F fTODATNIGHf'S MAIL. 9' Foreign Items. There is oe doubt of the early com- _ tes t© the j mencement of active hostilities by Eng- ventioo to be : land and France against Russia unless W8i&- ' ip #-ty on the secc The Convention in June last. -1 e been made by the for the aecommo- New Orleans f■'«« |r-. ; vS j *y s i II y • - j what is intended, itality of - Charleston is have free t open hands, and a ^onvcHtjon will be an era for t memories, long afterwards, to ' * ~j thi? leisureaad good for- wmgm^ of a Bachelor.—The fol- jght to be read and well pon- t by baebelors. It appeared ori- in the Mansfield (Ohio) Herald, morning of* two since, cries for iwore heard to proceed from the Vly respectable old bache- ig open the door, he was 5t in a tub of water. Ha- the Czar recedes. The Russian Ambassadors have been withdrawn from London and Paris. The French antf English Ministers have been recalled from St. Petersburg. England and France are openly pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 March 1854

the Western- Isles! day-beam smiles— Mte ,'s deep calm hath smote •well-known sound •round! •ad long, notes prolong! HRlHSi 55555* *: l those summoning war-blasts i to their hanght control! r to each loud-volc'd call • give, as they gird the sword— r fag bee, or Ghadzea horde wrath of its stroke must tall, rift as the levin's flight, r, 'mid the ranks of the coming fight. void, ye true and brave! e more roast life'red-cross- banner wave ■ ruddy field of fame! . j, i the war's wild tocsin ra^a- and fierce attaint? " i many a stoat heart claim e, And a soldier's grave ? aves shall brook no shame! ' on ev7ry brand— i a memory in ev"ry shot, i the fame of oor father-land, ■ shall be forgot t r be the soldier's lot, t battle stout, and stand. , wett-strickcn field, ."Of a thousand blades— i this foreign strand, t tears oi'our native, land— ■ to fill the ruddiest.grave, he fool, dishonoring brand i coward, or the slave f; .. ' ill. ? V f battled looks down trpoo n — a field bath his bless...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 20 May 1854

V' lli^aaepfesae^l « ; -M 's - %. r .§.i Q ■"* €|fCmsi>tate®im \moM * ' " .J-'S rwm&m ■SsPc T>fj r-'—f JggTjg^^?.:. '--MM^zWP JO. WALKER, PROPRIETOR . v JOHN s. FORD, AUSTIN, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1854. TERMS.—Threo dollars per annnm, invariably in t/fxmce. .-? -.v. j ADVERTISING.—For each square of ■ienTSRST "countrymen cH3T the cause of Cuban lib- insertion, and fifty • ot w« iMOjlj -- - SifiiE£>5 | ..v > |[ g^1 WtlSS®: o lass, one dollar for the first cents for each subsequent insertion. Jldrertiae- •oents not marked with the nnmber of inactions de- sired, will be continued until otherwise ordered, Hid charged accordingly. A liberal discggnt will be made to those advertising by the year. g&~ Announcement of Candidates for Statej) Bi- des ten dollars—County offices five dollars. T S^" Political circulars, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the saae rates as advertisements. - ... ■* * \ t - JT.;, J J. .4 ■ _ v: 1. % ' •£-' Jjjg" W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 20 May 1854

A :*p N& .. tf8 ViClff. —( ■ VTMjou eom^^^ajFmit dear, Whare ft« lilWMMtjmell the sweetest, * - WVII jump into the wagon, Aud wrflail take a ride, ■ Cfeoiw *-Wait for the wagon. Wait for the wagon, Andweruautaksai • >^^ 'aj -sr - •-' " When the nm (Uses like silver. And the birds they ging eo sweet, 1 hen a cabin, Phillis, d wwetMwg good to eat. ■ listen to my story, jid HI relieve your heart, t well jump into tha wagon, loffwe will start. Wait for the wagon, 4c. my Phillis dear, all his wealth yen half so happy ygnth and^hejdth T * V tod cow; wagon, 4c. t—Those of my whose accounts were , are informed that a far- he expect&J or extended, and requested to cull and riSange , if they cannot be more T. DUFFAU, Feb. IT, 1854; Wasted! Sdhxg tff AT COST FOR CASE!— •No mutate or kvmbug! I subscribers, intending to discontinue busi- tc A. TEN EYCK, offer their en- ■ goods for sole at Cost for Cash, until . Ten per cent, advance on all R. H. PECK & CO. 116,1684. 20tf Tosptsrrs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 June 1854

bMt, ate I.W those: Ifeat pi.-L; .wiife— { gsntio' i notfr-.-a _ ' Bfrrr £>r th« isv.^r's vWiof: "pr*juif ^atfe a ^fcre er% #■;*-' a# tho lij>«, jitf-MTJ; ; *uni;-—>.• ' aw -t fifte . —, — ._■>«*&* Bat ?S«:isf fea*« % ;i«_ Tt* not iraat the f-o. T>-. ^ WhemrtP w* grasp Cto j- rvfc- V/* 5i4w nj^V Tfce te of frieoAsjfi^'? In die w«ni fmofe Kfirr;--J "Flip meUitr shading feH h t.f r To ifcaWt witH cares ir:i -;ri Breafeaifato' her w®?, 'cr For SA 2<jye«i oae'i firture >: So coH ^iifceu.'^no "fatewei; Wit} (n iirt •cho'kttt? ligii .. Tint tj deepest sob of *nru'-'i •japw-« thee, bor. 'fifc-Qti G( w*tdi lie pale ami d„-ing ->t Wijea tbe ffrmr* h** at ;t .• Wiwe Ao Vt>w is «>M as !.!se Asfi «b wertd a p*%slzg 4tv i And tiielaW. pres jtiro ••>( the The l k of thrrfoaiog ere, V«W «-hai the he-wt Bigfet (tad. A long and last- "Gwti-tfveV HIS HOUSE, OJIATK, GRAVE ANli JONUStKJJT. On the swamit that comn: chanting view the mansion w Jefferson when he hadweu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 June 1854

W- w. 'WWk <«cu. it W-AlxrijI^KlEToK fr fffiffifiS Editor. u$&t9u i U eanfV? saR y '' ■- £_ t safety' that ninetetB^wentie'h- of the people of itufifr in «rhr fav T: -> hfa ] pop^tructEj AUSTIN. SATURDAY, .JUNE li 1854 meat insertion. A A iadne&Ung by ><* « v«trt ^ ent of Candidates for State ofi- r . antr offices fir e dollars. JIM w 1 Circular?, und po^ttfflcations. .>r * yilt rt! TpWOflaTpatare, will b« eh«*getf«# Ac tare oagi *'^"^"'cgt3- cast ten ( « flffr authorized to mmcfc" teTor re- . „■> S fc.S B. tlwtg* !\V*caadMateTor re-«lecJin-> Hfwwtin of the Stole, at *K/ IaAugort. ^v-,/ l^pWe are imtV^ize- * 1^^r>gn''c ■RAYtfONB cmdiitaiw f' ■' re-<-!A-^«m to <Be offre THUKIi^ ci' the iJ-aiC; a: "he ensuing etaotwn ire n«itho 'u*d and requested to n- nc«n (* A WE*AN!><:K U. CHALMERS, Kml_ a •' X for re-election to tbe office of metric* y fcr the second Judicial District We are authorized to anoance It L. TFP- 4 I present OiAriet^^53^'"—1 t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 June 1854

h :js \ -••• w*$iA6 -.SI4, .Mr*a«"«*trfr-<t an* i i«f-, wy&MMfi *.. Jf &k ffHi iii(f-yjg, e^S#*^ «*h«u* i %*«*&&& w. rmru S""fo! f OBia sdard taken at of the He- hk Courtiy bets o?fc& tsdtr, the 'eovij if thewa- 3 (rrrfiini a Brit- is the mrmmnt ^ iflf tl a:OrW by a crown, y eW> of the W* honorbH i truth, thai ' na!*?. A *~My ■Jfi. yv CITY Qg AUSTIN, TK&AS. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1854. V * "•PS*.-": Sri: <-.U ivt. *> advocate for early mar- is noeheck like matrimo- nylor the arring propensities of young jiairtaBt Few live to what are called yean of discretion without losing one of Lli lit fiiwnntn; asters wed, and get new of their own, and the first home lost. Then usually comes the choiea between the devil and the angel. If brfsefor the latter, he will gener- ally gad her in the guise of the gentle ..'.'r: ^ I believe half the worthlessness and ess otbanheloriam are products of interference and prevention of early mar- '■** !* V V, - ... >. ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 June 1854

k PUBLISHER <*, AY, JUNE 24,1854. i of ten lines, ordered, u .1 ations of i at the to announce THOHAS for rt-aettfctt to the i in August 1 to qboiiim JAMBS B. •ion to the office of " f ensuiog election |> >U5 ~i - h ___!*. i to Ac office i ensuing election ... -rsUrjkUfa ■ bd requested to an- iLSKRS, Esq.. as a |be office of District I District. ftjngMg^-up- irrtyor ofTravis Di - 3 "at the ensuing ,133 Lannounce J. R. PACE J CT fipiVETO^HV | election in A\ jinouncc J01 tion to the at the • •*" JMj4 fannounce A, lion to the'. at the aanoonce^SN MX Lion to the office; i to announce FRANK the oftce of Dwtbicx pn in August, ^announce £. S. BEE- at the ensuing *3 wmonheel. S. : th* office-of Sbb- [ August elec- f to the office of : ensuing election fss.vo f'sit A^HST ce J. T. llo- ■of AsseMor^ at the ensuing- f ;0- wii* ICoranbu- ; election in |ice ft 9BRE: of ^in;Aa(put J. FINN IN The co-eval of of to* pal was a slave-holder and a of slaves." Slavery may have had its orign in w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 June 1854

Mmiw—g - 3§5« - [ the eternal reit- prop __pwrar n#tUfe> made *M A3 national i*r- the 'the Eng- -4 * '53 nJ telegraphic inoedos en the I then ordered SLellennan to attack with with these eight hundred horse seperated Ll iBdOHttiid Hungarian grenadiers t£e remainder of the annyj before te very eyes of the Anstrain cavalry. * t, however, was half a league (nireda quarter drift hour to Mtlee on the fieH of act^n; and I have observed that it is aluxtg* those quarters of an hour that decide the fate of a bat- tle. ' The troops of Keflerman threw the Hungarian grenadiers upon our infantry, and they were immediately taken prison- ers. The Austrain cavalry now arrived ; hot our infantry was in a line with its artillery in front, and a dreadful discharge and a "barrier of bayonets obliged this body of cavalry to fall back, and it re- tired rather in disorder. I then followed with1 three regiments that had just joined me—it deployed; I drove it Wore me, and'* g*e«t part of it was drowned i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 June 1854

not to pnrchaae frosa any person or persons, ft tract of land in Baatrop county containing 1,111 acres, and known as the ' neH Bend,' on the vest bank of the Colorado rivte, as the same has been sold and a Title Bond for the same made bv Gen. T. J. Chambers to the their stock of Donatio, 'Linen Drills, Drab De Ete, Stripes, *c gents, boys, children, and scrvimte' wear, is full and compete, to which they invite their attention— • at Ziltar's Corner, corner of floaaress avenue and Pecan street Austin, May 19th, 1864. 25tf By F.. T. DVTFAC, CONGRESS AVENUE, AUSTIN, TEXAS. JSi Mi Quinine, 20 lbs. Fast India Ipecac SO *. English Catoanl, lbs. Turkey Opium, 100 lbs. American do., 60 lbs. Gum Arabic, 200 lbs. Stock do., 10 lbs. true Peruvian Bark And for sale bj t, FRANCIS T. DUFFAC. May t4,1854. JStf Amrress Av„ Anstin RECEIVED SO M «._Turkey Rhubarb, like to that from its ra- aad free streams, of its Eden's Xrid yet, this tiling is ever gliding on be- Tttfcrrei' halts, but beckons j gibl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 October 1854

m 1 PS^tm «i -• •••■■ v*'r IteS3#Sl§<*$* H- #- TEXAS STATE .TIMES. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7,1854. NUMBER 4b tOTHH, gjatlBPAT, OCT. B-l Wham we fcear the universal ir.ade, in regard to the preesurej marketed die inability of qit" ats, it is natural l of this unusual e t'of wisdom to mtLaS < _ . ifc fc; a people her riche geiwi climate and a aoil that spontaneously an abundant f that is required to render the U adent. i management of liis reach shook! 1 say, is . planter in aims and gase not east ai gifts which have 1 upon them. Bit place, the idea for 1 and we are de other States for necessaries which < ; abundance ' which would of money now , but the profits of which per cent, greater than the culture of cotton, i to be the constitutional . planters. Bacon, laid, a long catalogue of could be produced here of exertion, a t, for which thousands of r sent out of the State, Freight, storage, we know not how many other p|dd upon eotton to distant Height, storag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 October 1854

M AUSTIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 7,1854. ford; Walker & daviosoNT I a. *o*b. jo. vutn. W. *. DATTDaON. 8. FORD, Editor. 1«RSS.—Three dollars per wuram, mvariably tr. ADVRBTISWG.—For each square of ten lines, or leas, ooe dollar for the Erst insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertise- ments not marked with the number of insertions de- aired, trill he continued until otbwwiso ordered. *ad charged accordingly. A liberal discount will be mad# to those advertising by the year. ttiT Anaoanceaeat of Candidates for State offi- M8 ten dollars—Coaotr office* five dollars. Si^T Political circnlc "3, and communications of • private or personal nature, will be charged at the nm rates as advertisements. " We are auttorixed to announce B. Wahbex Stosb as a candidate for Major in the corps of Hangers to be mastered isto the serrice en the 1st November next. Political Ullptrtlang. j Spain and the United States. j iicia), to where they must end in mortifies If the foreign readers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 October 1854

I I t' As eonipaSfed with Civilian. f Storm f places folly confirm Selves ton got off on die Lite ston was 5 e3Se ate sora: Other i et «rt. Onfer /or «P '&« DodtM at the Kovcmber Tim, 1854, <rt 4w<"i- ONE WEEK is assigned for the hearing of the causes from, the 2d Judicial District, beginning on Monday the 13th day of'November, 1834. . | ONE WEEK for the 4th District, commencing on IOS9 and injlfiry in thiscitjwastn* ; Monday the 20thda7of November, 1S54. Not a roof was blown off or aj OSB WEEK for the 3rd District, commencing shaken.- The only injury was ' on Monday th? 27tb day of November, 1R54. ONE WEEK for the 11th and 13th Districts, and the cases from Gouza!e3 and Lavaca, commencing on Monday the 4lh day of December, 1854. 45tf ®AGITER«EttT¥i Es. by the wetting of merchandise oa low [IiYNCHBTJBO and SaN jactsto,*t the : Galveston Bay, the Houston Star says • spread over the flats, from Colonel ton's to Jud^e Burnett's place^ and on the San Jacinto side to the high l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 October 1854

* A Hp Wggg'. . ... Oh, boys, cawry kw long: Dere's so more trouble for me; r gout* to roam in a happy home, - ' .Where ail the world am free. Fn worked long in the fields; I've handled many a hoe; Fd tan my eyes before I die, Aad see the sugar-cane grow. Ckonu—Oh, boys, cany me 'long, ■5fe- • Cany me till I die; Carry me down To the bnryin' ground'— Mass* don't you cry. All oberdeland, Pre wandered many a day, To blow de horn, and mind de corn, And keep de "possum away. Ho me for me now, So, darkies, bury me low; Myhom is dry, and I most lie Where de 'possum nebber can go. Chora*—Oh, boys, to. 0orietf*0. "*.f ^®5iE^20!re8TAECHAP^ ^ltjlteb, Ko. 6, meets the second Sa- turday in each month. Omens.—Edward Finnin, H. P.; J. M. W. Hall K.; A. B. McGill, s.; J. Harrell, Treasurer; J. t. Graves, Secretary. _ Austin, June 1, 1854. 5 i hearts so happy and light, Bey sing a song de whole day long, A«d dance de jnber at night. Farewell to de field Ob cotton, 'bacco and all— Isegoin' to hoe in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 October 1854

j^r 4- STATE TIMES mggttB * fci>3 «"' CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14,1854. S&IEKDAI, OCT. 1451864. > « of the condition , ofthe United Stotcs, as#?" 88 M ^■wertained on the first day f Jfn" vc*. 1864: is taken fro® a pamphlet"* ftf ;^jl is taken was bid befbtt Congress in May has Jot " iw!<M6 tt6&riy oBfl Imlf over v; ; Xaesber of bapks i* th« United States t credits, *. pf deposits...... ite liabilities, deposits and .v-i..— e- funds, notes of maps dne fro™ circulation TBtffl specie fa1«i*a>and treasury depositories y;;".V"","V. bi wa- •.•[■m*""1 iin the Austin Times, s paper Ttf .W to quote from,) read" a private li " tion that the av< ftteire 'Ue) been over twei fe bitrefeertaSiily suffered r has been but little, if pef day. Why do not t jmd publiah from the —ton's reports given in -Gal-Times. rEmea never the Galveston For two or three i were the the Sex tons reports District Attorney, the authority of a; reached the the previous confidence in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 October 1854

)r t \ *t AUST®, SATURDAY, OCT. 14,1854. FOftD, WALKER «m s. DAVIDSON. W. t. dav1doo*. Editor. per annum, mmtm% w ADVERTISING.—For each sqaare of ten lines, or }«M, one dollar for tlje first insertion, and fifty cants for each subsequent insertion. Advertise- iiwnts not raariced with the number of insertions de- sired, frOI be continued until otherwise ordered, and charged accordingly. A liberal discount will b« iB&de to those idrvthiitf br the year. «0 AimomicemwVrfS.fidatfsfor State offi ces ten dollars—County ofices five dollars. fg~IVWt1fal rirmtarn, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be ehasjed at the i as advertisements. 8QT We are authorised to announce Charles E. Travis' ta a candidate for Captain of Bangers in the Third district. - wjrW« are authorised to announce E. P. Cal- hocx « a candidate for Jiurtia of tie Peace in Beat No. 1. ' Vr .«r' MT We had the put week from Mr. Lambden, Indian agent and at present Editor of the Waco Eft. Mr. L. i a fin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 October 1854

« #• rX, efficacy of to iluntarfly mud* standing in ft* s, in various fully tested l^gMetificatag-itwillbessn. fion obscurepspons hardly fawwfcto !s loo fteSsntty the case withPs- fram fictitfous sources, but art «M- by the high official statibiignd ifm of those from whodw ___ as the Mayor and several AMenw of New York, the Governors of thsssv- eralStates, eminent Clergymen, afld other dfciin- griAsdnen throughout the United State*: fi fl ftf from'the Daily Globe.—New Port, J6«* '"&* ' 12v184,f- v|hn is one branch of business towards which we an happy to see that real tdent®nd knowledge in beginning to be directed. We lexer to the Patent Medicine business. j . jl —thia class of remedies is nwt^T>rf^«y fnsreased favor from the com- munis. AmA well tbwr may, for numberless are the instances in whichthe mostextraordinaryeures have been efettsd bythem, even against h«£— The point, however to which we would now sspe- cisfe refer, is ^importance of having this sive business conduct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 October 1854

Death or TTwirn WamtwiSght.—The deatb -tf- tfchs eatisaabic prelate, calls forth from the New Yndc-ywa *. general expres- sion of regret as well as a warm tribute to v*— discretion andooa-. Bishop Wainwright wasf a> in the year 1793, and, fe a"«tild, his father, a respectable , iemoved to the United-States with his {unify. He iQMHred his classical cduea- tion at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and immediately after taking his degree, became a candidate /or hoi; or- ders in too Protestant Episcopal Church. Ordained as Deacon by Bishop GriswolS in St. John's Chuch, in l^ioTidenee,- R. i, he was boo* called, to the raoUrshipof Christ Church, in Hartford, Connecticut, where he was ordained by Bishop Hobart. He ailer- wards became Assistant Minister to Trinity Church, in Hartford, and. thenee removed to the parish of"tJraee Church,, in New York. From that city he was transferred to Trinity Church, Boston, and rwas snbseqaently ro- called to New York td befcdme an Assista...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 October 1854

SATURDAY, OCT- 14,1854 , the senior Editor of lyfeft Aig'qtjim Tuesday last for xtwbJ for the purpose of inspecting the Cathay of Bangers which were toassemble U**« yesterday for thai purpose. ?•? fwj' <:> t- * ' .. fnuw «r Cant. ■. i Tie Northern^ exchanges announce a new ~ lift ainoaqiiientfor the mOfioa. The increasing demand of that mor- prevalent in the Ifath iht the ^mi^nfal, has hrqught forth a lectarar who <*tfae reformed burglar and rifed whose claflas tobe considered a ltfpon his haVing been one of the " gang, ahd hisprincipal ia%n to be heard, and to "draw" l is, that he has served twelve f State prisons in the United tour yapkee neighbors have I sentimentali wtaail."' Abne* tUeeland and his lines Was the card. To-day r ahd l^-iDohgliw—ire beg Fred Douglass and Horace katfflp*. The reformed gambler, their refc M minds with tricks j. and the ladies fiid gentlemen an I into the mysteries of "eldsledge' jitt one'eity,while a gendeman who I twelve years in State pris...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 October 1854

•/ AUSTIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 21,1854 ¥0&D, WALKEB hju fobek jo. DAVIDSON. w. t. datimos. Editor; first uwotion, and fifty «*ch tubesquent Insertion. Advertise- ments not marked witfi the number of insertions de- tired. win be continued until otherwise ordered, Had charged accordingly. A liberal discount will be u th«* *awrti«fag *7 _ i of Candidates for SUte offl- L five dollars. 1 circulars, and comm an!cations of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the sane rates *s ad vertisements. Thx Mxkkstq or last Saturday.—In another oohtmn will be found theptoceedings of a meeting held to dense some plan to re- lieve the community from the penocioa^ and gixHring inlttenoe of tiie Mexican peon popu- lation now ia oar midst. The evils arising from this clfew of citizens have become ia supportable^ add (he difficulty of convicting one ^ crimes, unquestionably committed, leave no other plan than the ejectment of ' " t is so wj strong i seem perfectly jua- Heaee, tfceaominittee hav...

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