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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 20 June 1856

9 i \ '%! % The Kansas War. s The St Louis papers of the 5ih and Gib hist., contain late dispatches from the scenes of civil wjgr in Kansas. The Abolitionists appear robe prowling about in armed bands, robbing, murdering and driving pro slavery men from their homes. The following extracts are from dispatches dated at Kansas city on the "Jil June. J. M. Bernard, Esq , started from St. Ber- nard for Westport on Friday night, since which time he has not been heard of. He is supposed to have been murdered. Messrs. Johu W. Foreman, Li. Hamilton and John Lux went in search of Mr. Ber- nard, and were taken prisoners by the Abolitionist who threatened to murder them. It is also jeiieved they have met that fate. Mr. Donaldson, U. S. Marshal, and seven men, were attacked while riding quietly along the road, by about fifty Abolitionists, who were secreted in and about a house near the road, which resulted in the wound- ing of the Marshal's posse and several horses. Mr. Slade, pro-slavery, had ...

Publication Title: Central Texian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 20 June 1856

i® m MEDICINES. MISCELLANEOUS. t'l*>OV^8 Turkish MSulati ¡ so agreeable to the taste that any one taking it The onhj Certain Remedy for Baldness, \ soon pielers it to any wine; while its action on and for Preventing and Slopping ¡ the stomach and bowels is prompt and efficient. the Falliría out "of the Hair. ' ! thus, by keeping the organ in which the basis of a v o t \ *i i- ó i-.- ■ ii ! the blood is fonned in a healthy and pure state, 4 in í'ití r\ ea y,'ng anH kH?" i necessarily keeps the blood pure and healthful, r ü ;i Soft, Glossy, and in a Ilea thy ; j - ¡t¿mJaní leithout reaction, unlike all alco- conaition, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities WASHINGTON SALVE. are as follows: 1st. It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing color or get- iirig gray. •id. it causes the hair to curl beautifully, when c'one up in it over night. This Balm is made from the original receipt, procure...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 27 June 1856

r<) ¿ f «jp «3| H . '*' * o THE CENTRAL TEXIAN. by r. a. van horn. ii .¡R3S?3N2SKT SH ILL S33SETI—MSaraS ipKOHI. YOL. 3. terms--$3 00 in advance. =~= ANDERSON, 'GRIMES C( UNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 27, 1856. NO. 5. Death's Voyagers. - BY TvMMA ALICE BROWSE. Dear, arise, we must be g-ing— Hear the boatman's nearing song; By this dark and mournful river We have tarried all too long. While across the pale mists softly Thrills the rapture of his strain, We will walk the shore together, Half forgetting all our pain. Half forgetting all the shadows, AU the sorrow and the sin In this dim and wretched valley. Where our paths so long have been. Seeing not the solemn midnight That hath made our lives forlorn. But the broad and fadeless sunshine Burning in our risen, morn. Oh I my dear one. do not tnltfiju See the ripples fair and rise ; And the boatman's rapture trembles Into golden ecstasies. So. my sweet, my arms around thee, And thy head against my breast, Prift we "down the lowly river To the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 27 June 1856

o CENTRAL'TEXIAN, wm. B. KEIf IV OLDS, Editor. TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars peí annum in advance; Three dollars arid Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not paid within six months from the time of subscribing. lexianand Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight liues or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business cards, of net more than ten lines, will be inserted at Ten Dollars per annum. Announcing candidates for county offices Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. \NDELtSON, TEXAS: Friday Morning, June 27, 1856. To ocr Readers.—At home again, after an absence of several weeks, we enter with alacrity upon the performance of our accus- tomed duties, and extend to the readers of the Texia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 27 June 1856

3W8MÍ' ? \r- Visit to Mr. Buchanan. Lancaster, Pa., June 9 He Enjertes the Platform.—The Key- stone Club, with Beck's Brass Band, of Philadelphia, arrived here yesterday, and this morning visited Wheatland, escorted by several hundred citizens. The President of the club was introduced to Mr. Buchan- an, and congratulated him as the nation's choice. The work was begun, and they intended to carry it on till success crowned their efforts. Mr. Buchanan replied as follows: Gentlemen of the Keystone Club, I give you a most hearty and warm welcome to my abode. I congratulate you, not upon my nomination, but upon the glorious privi- lege of being a citizen of our great Repub- lic. Your superiority over the people of other countries has been fully demonstrated bv the conduct of the vast concourse assem- bled during the past week at Cincinnati. Upon any similar occasion in Europe the voluntary expression of the people would have been drowned in martial music, and their action controlled by an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 27 June 1856

MEDICINES. . •••-j Azores Turkish Balm, The only Certain Remedy for Baldness, and for Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. ' A S a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and keep- in the Hair Soft, Glossy, and in a Healthy condition, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities are as follows: 1st. It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing color or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when done up in it over night. This Balm is made from the original receipt, procured from the original Turkish Hakim ("phy- sician) of Constantinople, where it is universally used. The Turks have always been celebrated for their wonderful skill in compounding the richest perfumes and all cither toilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic herbs, he, of which this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used for the hair. Hen* a case of baldness or thin ¡tend of hair is entirely ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 8 August 1856

/ > 7 THE by r. a. van horn. (S ¡sragpgMBSH ai MI iiniEGTS—NssnrsiL es KONL terms—$3 00 in advance. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 8, 1856. NO. 11. % % The Old ram House. BY LAURA CAMPBELL. How oiten in remembrance Comes vivid to my mind, That sweet moss-covered farm-house. And the old folks, good and kind. I hailed with childish pleasure That ride to grand-pa's farm; And even now I dream Of new milk nice and warm. The johnny cakes and brown bread Do steam before my eyes— And I can almost taste Those lusoious pumpkin pies. Methioks I see dear grand-ma As she stood in days of yore— On that broad and mossy stone step, To welcome us once more. with bis staff. . v L and-noble boGV, " . er with silver. Methioks I see him now. Alas! time makes great changes, And they have passed away— And where the old house reared its head, A new one stands to-day. Coffee, its Cost and Culture. It is belived by many, that coffee can be cultivated in some of oar Southern States as succe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 8 August 1856

CENTRAL TEXIAN. WIS. B. REM MOLDS, Editor. A TERMS r Subscription, Three VoUarn per auuuu. in adv inee; Three dollars and Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not paid within six months from the time of subscribing. Tsxian and Siptist, Five Do'lara. in advance. Advertis ements inserted at One Dollar per square, . for 'he first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight lines or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business cards, of not more than ten lines, will be inserted at Ten Dollars per annum. Announcing candidates for county offices Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices «sxceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Friday Morning, August 8, 1856. A6ENT81 XT' F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized igent. OGP" JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. OS- tíEORGE E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 8 August 1856

■¥'- m m '"Wmm- # i • ■m *■ u & m - •4 Queer Tom. The following good story for the boys is * copied from the Schoolfellow. Read it, boya, and remember it: Tom Flossfer was the queerest boy I ever knew. I do n't think he ever cried—I never saw him. If Fleda found her tulips all rooted up by her pet pig, and cried as little girls will, Tom was sure to come around the corner whistling, and say : "What makes you cry, ray infant? can , you cry tulips i Do you think every sob makes a root or blossom ? Here, let 's try and right them.'' So he would pluck up the flowers, put their roots into ihe ground again, whistling all the time, make the bed look smooth and fresh, and take Fleda off to look at a pret- ty snake, or to hunt hens' nests in the bam. Neither did he do any differently in his own troubles. One day his great kite snapped the string, and flew away far out of sight. Tom stood still one moment, and then turned round to come home, whist- ling; all the time. " What, Tom," said I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 8 August 1856

MEDICINES. m Turkish SSalm, T\z onlif Certain Remedy for Baldness, and for Preventing and Stopping the nut of the Hair. \ R a Tci;r>t Artir!e, for Beautifying and keep- ."V in the Hair Soft, Gflo-sy, and in a Healthy 'or.íHtior:. ir is unequalled. Its positive qualities are as follows: 1st. It frees the head f om dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents tha hair changing color or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when done up in it over night. This "Balm is mad- from the original receipt, procured Irom the original Turkish Hakim (phy- sician) of Con-tantiuople, where it in universal ¡y used. The Turks have ahv íys been celebrated for their werJerful skill in compounding the richest perfumes aid a!! • ther toilet articles. In Turkey the ara mi'ic hob*, & • , of which this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used f - *h° h«t:r. Ilen- i a r ise of baldness or thin heatf ■y hi,.- in sntir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 22 August 1856

THE m by r. a. van horn. "iraseOTOK MS. 8Ü3J1CT2—KIUTBiL ON RONS." TERMS--$3 00 IN ADVANCE VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 22, 1856. NO. 13. >*- I Have no Wife. OLD AMD iNCOERIGIBtE MEMBER OF THE bachelors' club. I have no wife!—young girls are fair, Bnt how it Is I cannot tell, No sooner they are wed than their Enchantments Hd them all farewell: The girls, G d bless them! make ns yearn To risk all odds and take a wife, To clinjf to one and not to torn Ten thousand in the dance of life. I hive no wife!—who'd have his nose # Forever tied to one lone flower. E'en thongh that flower should be a rose, Plucked with light hand from fairy bower; Oh. better far the bright bouquet }f flowers, of every clime and hue, '41 iw W uhg'Hi th*-whwt twfray, tad fragrance in the heart renew. 1 have no wife!—I norv can change Prom grave to gay. from light to sad, And in my freedom wide can range. Fret for « while, and then be glad; 1 now can heed a siren's tongue, And I know that eyes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 22 August 1856

♦ ■ [• CENTRAL TtXIAN. wa, B. KEXMOLDH Editor. TERMS: Subscription, Three Hollars per anpnm in advance; Three dollar aid Fifty cents if paid within six months, andF Pour-Dollars if not paid within six months from the time of ^subscribing. TetS^ffld Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements, inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight lines or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long printer constituting a square. « Professional o i business cards, of not more *1" " ten lines, will he inserted at Ten Dollars per annum. Í" Announcing candidates for county offices Five Dol- lars, other announcements, Ten Dollars. Marriage aud obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Friday Morning, August 22,1856. ACHBNTSi Qy F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized Tgant. JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. US" GEORGE E....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 22 August 1856

■*=<«& vmt \*> i 3 -— — ; -v Latest News.* Tlje steamship Mexico, Cant. Lawless, due at Galveston last Monday evening, did not arrive until Wednesday eveuing in con- sequence of, a severe gale at New Orleaus and the Balize. The existence of snch a storm was conjectured here from the un- usually high tides on Saturday and Sunday and Sunday evening, although there xvas no wind on this coast. Cu Monday and Tues- day we had a strong breeze from the west —not amounting, however to a gale, and doing no mischief here except blowing about the sand and dust in a disagreeable way. Steamship Mexico got up stearr on the morning of the 10th, but was unable to get away from the wliarf at New Orleans, as a violent gale was blowing. Many steam- boats broke lose from Algiers and drifted d wn the river. At 7 o'clock, A. M, on MonJay, she left the wharfand arrived at the Bauze at 3 o'clock, P. M. same day—passed the coast packet Ceres high and dry at Johnson's Plantation, wind still blowing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 22 August 1856

m MEDICINES. ■m fs9r'8 Turkish Balm, onZy Certain Remedy for Baldness, «nrf /or Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. AS a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and kepp- in the Hair Soft, Glossv, and in a Healthy condition, it is unequalled. Its positive qunlities are as follows: 1st It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circu'a- tion, and prevents the hair changing colorí or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when done np in it over nigh*. This Balm is mad* from the original receipt, procurad from the original Turkish Hakim (phy- sician) of Constantinople, where it i* universally used. The Turks have always been celebrated for their wonderful skill in compounding the richest perfumes and all ;ther toilet articles. In Turkey the aroma-ic hc-hs, &c, of whiih this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used for the hair. Hem e a rase of baldness or thin he 'd cf kair is entirely unknow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 29 August 1856

J-t 4- ■ - • pY r. a. van horn. í23sml on n0n2.' terms—$3 00 in advance VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 29, 1856. NO. 14. Going Out and Coming In. In that home were joy and sorrow. Where an infant first drew breath, While an aged sire was drawing Near unto the pate of death. . His feeble pulse was failing, And his eye was growing dim; He was standing on the threshhold _ When they brought the babe to him. While to murmur forth a blessing On the little one he tried, In his trembling arms he raised it, Pressed it to his lips, and died. An awful darkness resteth On the path they both begin. Who thus meet upon the threshhold, Going oat, and coming in. Coming*ui unto the darkness, Goiug out unto the light, Although the shadow deepened In the moment of eclipse, When he passed through the dread portal, With the blessing on his lips. And to him who bravely conquers As he conquered in the strife, Life is but the way of dying— Death is but the gate of life; Tet awful darkness re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 29 August 1856

* CENTRAL TEXIAN. WE B. BEKNOLDS, Editor. TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advanee; Three dollars and Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not aaid withia six months from the time of subscribing. Texian and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional iosertion—eight liues or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business cards, of not more than ten lines, will be inserted at Ten Dollars per annum. Anno imc i ng candidates for county offices Five Dol- lars, other announcements, Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. JLNDERSON, TEXAS: Friday Morning, August 29,1856. ——m—■—3SSmmm——ggggg AGENTSt UT- F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized if«nt. lijr~ JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galvesto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 29 August 1856

V. t T \ , t) dissurskm ents. Cash drawn to pay for public safe, and for contingent ex- penses during first quarter,^ $504 County Treasurer's commission for oecond quarter, 3 C*sh loaned and contingent ex- penses during 3d quarter, 1,750 Cash expended for public works and contingent expenses, for fourth quarter, 137 Balance of cash and assets in hands of Treasurer, ESTRAY FUND. Balance ot cash on hand, August 20,1855, Amount received during quarter ending Nov. 19,1855, Amount received during quarter ending Feb'y 18,1856, Amount received during quarter ending, May 19. 1S56, Amonnt received during quarter ending August 18, 1856 disbursements. Amount of contingent expenses for first quarter, $1 Amount transferred to county fund, , 173 Amount of contingent expenses for 2d, 3d, and 4th quarters, 9 Balance in hands of Co. Treasurer, jury fund. Amount of fines collected du- ring ífertjwH-ter ending Nov. 19,1835,- Amount of fines collected dfcring • the quarter ending May 19th, 1856, $13 Am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 29 August 1856

MEDICINES. Jtzor'8 Turkish Balm, The only Certain Remedy for Baldness, and for Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. AS a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and keep- in the Hair Soft, Glossy, and in a Healthy condition, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities are as follows: let It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing coloi\ or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when done up in it over night. This Balm is mad - from the original receipt, procured trom the original Turkish Hakim f phy- sician) of Constantinople, where it is universally used. The Turks have always been celebrated for their wonderful skill in compounding the richest perfumes and all other toilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic herbs, &c., of which this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used for the hair. Hem:e a case of baldness or thin head of hair is entirely unkno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 12 September 1856

■Ma ' A. THE TEXIAN. \ by b- a. van horn. "SN£S?2M3BHT OH Mi. ssjsiscts-ksuim OHNOHB." terms—$3 00 in advanc 5 VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TE^S, SEPTEMBER 12, 1856. NO. 16. The Fas* of Death. Ik wu a narrow pass, Watered with human tears, • Far Death had kept the outer gate Almost six thousand years; And the ceaseless tread of a wor.a s feet Wu ever in my ears— Thf np"g, jostling, hurrying by. As if they were only horn to die. A stately king drew near, This narrow pass to tread, * «aiound him hong a gorgeous robe, v x crown was on his head; * But Death, with a look of withering scorn, Arrested him and said, * In humbler dress must the King appear ; the crown and |jie purple are useless here. ajnan of onhiahanda le«g"thy scroll, sums untald; Sat ©eath, who carefch not for rank, Caaeth as little for gold— u k t scroll 1 cannot allow, Por fta^óldofthe richest is powerless now" Another followed fast, _ And a bpek was in bis hand, Filled with the flashes cf burning thought That'are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 12 September 1856

TEXIAN. ALFKEpA. PITTÜCK, Editor. ■ ■■■■ * TERMS: joscription. Three Dollars per annum in ndvar^ 5 Three dollars end Fifty cents if paid w&in nix months, and Four Dollars if not pt^ within sis months from the time of subs^hing. Toyij^and Baptist, Five Dolían, in advance. Adtffisements inserted at One Dollar per square, fe the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each yditional insertion—eight lines or less in bro- ker, or ten linaji in long primer constituting a square. Professional or bbsinera cards, of not more than ten linee, will be inserted at Ten Dollars per annum. Announcing candidates for county offices Five Dol- lars. other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Friday, September 12st, 1856. AOKXTS t ay F. A. BARTLETT. Crescent Office. No. *70 Camp street, New Orleans, is onr authorized lgent. Qy JOHW HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. ) 0T* CEORGE E. ROTTENSTEIN is ...

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