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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 1 April 1854

irmregyWiiiiMeAiwtMWaCTwaTsre-tM7ft? iai:i::iigirreBrttgrc3g!nHap:naaaniiiu23;&;a!i r 6' til Vi ?i 41 f tr H i H li. it -i i I L( P! ;- IE 31 y t Bi'f IT ' fi s I' I I s long rendered flicm terrible to persons ro tiim i.aIIKS.AM1'SON Jb HEN- .. -vt i .. -n. M L RICKS particularly invito Uic attention of the irora more Northern regions. Jiut vUh- Lm!(.3 t0 tnoir llu-KU 'iud varIpd ussorimcnt of wut entering into further explanation oi DRY GOODS consisting of Plain nnd l-'ljturc-a the varioty of causes which may com- Blck Silks l'lnin mid Figur'd Color'd Silk" Cnsli- :.. . . .7.. ..u-u.! .! uiifiilnMino mores French MoiinooH nml Muslin do Luines. bmo to produco a pleasant uul salubrious ETCni;il? PC8W Uootl) Joining 0f Embroidered atmosphere' WO are comment Ot the I Robe. Plain and Figured Silks Muslins and Oi- truthofthis Statement. In evidence ofjga" Hies. Embroideries Linen Cambric Iland- ii.;u . .-Ill .nn(iii..i tn fi(lMm 4li.it dinv. I kerchiefs Embroidered and Hemstitched do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 1 April 1854

f&HfiW jjiJiVFwrtP1! frm- pll IS :ount Distf vein ho mil M v& 9 mnvwmtiwjfiMK"VmirrrM'irittt twrvei AUHTJIM i'OJLl.EJB3. rlJIIS flunrihliiiiR institution located nl Hunts X villc Wulkcr county Texas is now complete ly prgnniscif nnd in full operation. Having n bean tifiil ialifiec. n full corns of Teachers a. tinnil Li b'rnry n splendid Apparatus the full miiubtr of collegiate clnMfcs formed nnd also a choice cabi- net of curiof-itics pnrcnts have now mi opportuni- ty of giving 'heir Sons in our own Staff n finifhed Collegiate education. rACI'l.TV. Rev. Daniel linker 1). 1). Prciidenl and Prorcs- wr of -Mental nnd Moral Science. llcv. N. A. Peiilnnd A. M. Vice President and Professor of Ancient and Modern Languages. Jtov. A. K. Thoin A. M. Professor of Mathema- tics and Natural Science. llev. V. C. Somen ille A. M. Adjunct Profcisor of Languages. corun; or htimucs. The Mine with slight changes aw that adopter" in the first Colleges of the old .States. COI.t.K(ir. YKAII. One ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 4 April 1854

VOL I CITY OF AfSTIX TKXAK TUESDAY APRIL 4 1854. NO. 60 wW t-V 9 vf vr-ir yimv rr". wv n-vfcTytfrTrgt rnw? TyKtfgwnTrvAirtrryTTjiP?.'w'iujtiir vct3vxvavx.yv ItTftSVXbUUIUUr:. WJfJXWLlilULHUJ5SWiCnVK.W UtlUOTOT "HIL'HTTTH'tnl'TmniTIITU.IIIIHlLT1 P1PTB LKBIBIiATPRB DEBATES IN THE HOUSE. W. IF. WKKK8 Ulciiox-ici-. Januaky 7 lSo-1. On Mr. Taylor's amendment to tlio four section bill. Mr. THORP said: The gentleman from Fannin (Mr. Taylor) proposes to kill this bill by kindness. Like the Cy- clops it is his -wont to fatten before he devours his victims lie professes great friendship for the bill now under conside- ration provided certain amendments of fered by himself are incorporated in it. But sir the gentleman s position in re- gard to this measure is too well-known and understood for him to imagine for a mo- ment that he can deceive the real friends of the bill by professions of friendship and by offering amendments calculated in every particular to place it in such a con- dition that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 4 April 1854

wr ordij m view IIIKOI ijfin sip veil $& a. 'A 853. 2 V CLAP1J m. Amt? nfiurc ie ' j IIS loiitlj any be fei st f X n V mulinur latl ijijjjy lo Hie proper onico 1-9 jt T1'.' it's iultl Withia delicato hint for mc to keep my mouth ho proceeded. " Shortly afterward I joined this com- - pahy of u Rangers" and a few days ago .1 vsaw a. Mexican from Eagle Pass who 'had seen Yellow Wolf the Chief of one branch of the Comanche tribe and that Tic told him (the Mexican) that I had Skilled his brother and that ho dared me -to fight him a single handed fight. And that if I refused him satisfaction he would "kill mc "dead sure" if I over again put ..foot west of the Nueces." I could hardly restrain myself at the perfect nonchalcnco with which he told this gross absurdity and downright false- hood. But turning my face from the rays of the moon that was by this time shin- ing brilliantly I bent my head between ' jny knees and listened. "Well 'the matter stands just that way. The question is wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 4 April 1854

T M TS fifteen Wv.ve not more than two hundred yards behind me. I shook the bridle and started on the Indinn's horse. A faint hope that I might yet escape nerved me almost to desperation. Onward with the speed of thought almost flew tho mountain pony I was riding while yell after yell was heard frpm the enraged In- dians in pursuit. I knew that I had yet about seventy miles to ride before reach- ing Bafety and my heart sank within me. I slightly checked my horse to save him from breaking down too soon yet still kept him going and gaining on my pur- suers. Ho was a horse of extraordinary bottom. Now and then I would look back. I saw that one Indian was about two hundred yards ahead of any of his companions and gaining on me at every step. He was mounted on an Iron gray horse that I knew must be an American horse from his size. Faster and faster and faster he came. As I saw that he was ahead of the balance I determined to give him a chance to catch me and see if he was a better lighte...

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

n Ir '. & it . 1- Y fr .. - (J titlMJ r oflfeo OX. r.isaHiv. rtoorlo! .Lin n i as i A New Reading. A -waggish mem- ber of tho corps dramatiquo in this city (the conversation between him and some of his companions turning tho other day on 8omo one of tho absurdities of the Shakspearian critisci's) suggested that the usual acceptation of the text of tho " Lady of Lyons " was wrong in one important passage. It is that m which Col. Damas replies to tho "Prince of Como" who calls him a fool. Tho amended version suggested was as fol- lows : Damas " Sir tho man who calls mo a fool insults tho lady J board with." Expulsion. Tho Methodist Confer- ence at Baltimore on tho 13th inst. ex- pelled tho Rev. Stephen Hildkdiiand from tho ministry for tho crime of se- duction. BEX.AK COUNTY LANDS FOR S ALE. OH THEBANOnnONYMO A MUNCH OK THEMKDI.VA. AGUES in tho nruno of Logan Vnndcver survey No. 185 in section No. G. in the name of Adam Uycrly survey R. 177 320 acres no. 17-' section a ON TJIK WAT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 8 April 1854

0 VOL I CITY OF AIST1X; TEXAS SA.TUEDAY APRIL 8 1854 no. 62 .rryiM-TOrr.areTOrTr3HTOrTns "i 1H FT II LB (HSU TUBS DEBATES TNTJ1E JiOUSEl W. UT. WEEKS Reporter! Friday Jim. 20 J 854 On tlic final passage of the Railroad Donation bill Hie yeas and nays being called Mr. FIELDS said : If this question tion wcro submitted to the people of Lib- erty county it is probable that a major- ity of them might vote against. I have not come up hoio however to represent the people of Liberty county alone ; I come here to represent in part the people of the whole State of Texas ; and as I believe that the passage of this bill will aid materially in the acquisition of the funds to build railroads in Texas and as I believe that building railroads in this State will greatly increase its population wealth and prosperity I shall risk sus- taining myself with my people and vote for the passage of the bill. I believe 1 can convince them that I was right in so doing. Mr. FRANKLIN : I intend to vote for the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 8 April 1854

SRi!Wiiii'l"fn'- :H Uistf I c if I K K V A ?'. ' mm ? fiwtrffflinips.1 10. WALKED TOPRIETOK k rMMKR ' JOHN S.FORD IJIMTOIt. AUSTIN 3ATURDAYrAPBHi"8t l85tl gk.Ex-Gov. A. C. Ilorton lias been spending several days in Austin. The Governor is a halo and hearty specimen of a gentleman "of the olden time." ftcS Mr. Camoron an old and highly respected citizen of Tojcos has been so- iourninL' among his friends for the last few days. ' y HcWc arc indebted to Senators Rusk and Douglass and tho Hon. P. II. Bell for public documents. Pkterson's Magazine. The April number of this periodical has been receiv ed. It possesses its usual quantity of em- bellishments and reading matter. Nmv York Journal. The March number of the Now York Journal lias quite a number of engravings and an abundance of reading matter on various subjects. It is a largo sized Journal published at $150 per annum. The "Ltquoii Rill" in Washing- ton County. The Rrenham Enquirer speaks thus of 4 the prospects of the pro- 'hibiti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 8 April 1854

$ i ' :! LA. J 1 A? 3 . iM m to M TU Fccdcral Judiciary. The President 1ms transmitted to Con- gress a very able paper of Attorney-General Cushing containing important re- commendations in regard to the unequal and inharmonious judicial system of the United States. The document of Gcno- ral Cushing contains si comprehensive view of the constitutional jurisdiction of tho federal courts. Great complaint is made of the inequality of the present system. It appears quite possible that many of the complaints against the Dis- trict Judge for Texas may have had their origin in the fact of his having had to perform Circuit Duties for which purpose ho was not appointed. This State has a greater extent of territory than any other in the Union ; and at present there is a very great amount of business to per- form which in the absence of a Circuit Judge has been committed to a District Judge. Some of the consequences have been delay and egregious dissatisfaction. The remedy proposed by the Presi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 8 April 1854

Jummssr trs aaniHw v-" W-gj RKt ra --tPjj-' - ' ' iwi " -"- Tr" y tTP ttUIS' eew i-ivorganiw . ItHhlEdif AUaU Ijrnry nj collcgiatf liiAl nt fur v iivAfVivi in.tl . i-ii-..i.ii. J HV8-risrof H k. EL '""..rvr. rfhA s FF1"1" E WL-H31 'raerat 1 fP v .ttcs.noaf ? ! BRev. V. 28 COM j itfttngi rnaAi tM ... Jo. c lA fi tlif. itfi Trri f.iHnirt .term :-i f- &W.iJ . l5i '' m. -.3 .1 I1U frl t.C.T i WtVuc hi St .'NO tft Mil AH tea ;st.t I icn onior SViJ -tricfeifft l1fcTOMitadS l v -T TheS tho CO -- t& ril corii 'M e. 13 C1 i' C:- onrf WIDCS. uoh: '.: 3 run Twniif r ' "yf llCUl" WA i . a& ivcroaw ItWK vcstiM ixcd. thoir m' b credit Si. IjL linprobab gfr 2.. '.J AUHTJIN U rpiilS flonrifcliJug' iiisft X vilc WulkcV couhly JyjorgnniECU nnd in full 6p tjfijl Kdifu-c u.'fiill corjis ' bYnryj a spluiHlId A)i'in collcglfttc clnssc3 formeil( net of ciulosltk? imrcnts Xy of R'vlng tliclr sons u ('ollpgiatc education. PACf Iter. Dmilel I):V:cr 1). 1 tor orMcntnl nml Sloml f llov. N. A. 1'cnl...

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

JUJi VOL. 1 CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS TUESDAY APBIL .1 1 1854. NO. 68 u-ijj.iuimiLiii'HjLuriu'j.ij' ur-a.uf"r.i"ityr"!H'vw.tli' i'i".nrm!.vuMJUserta;ti'ufiiui.jimr(.jmtTi'iim i-ut.i-u tun ..ui.tiMiuMiniKxxm.rri rwrvuByoCTCTa-waw -;jvt.ujni4.miutuliiu.ttmimogJaB t pmmuiLiuuuj'iWMwm1 HP Til LKfllMTim. DEBATES IN THE HOUSE. W. g. WliJEKS Rcor c r. January 23 1854. On Mr. T AY LO. IV 8 motion to take up the Pre-eniption Bill Mr. (Speaker) RUNNELS said: I can sco no propriety in taking up that bill. I am satisfied that it can never pass this Legislature in its present shape. If the bill pass this House as it is it will have- to go back to the Senate for the ac- tion of that body upon it. That they in such an event will confirm the action of the IIouso in this matter I do not believe. Should they fail to do so as 1 apprehend they will probably send back the bill in its original shape and there will be the end of it. There oan be no uso in wast- ing time about the matter. I believe this to be a...

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

SEHial i .rt w. . - MX- Hi I! tall m i AjfcX. 1? 33U H V f A i u y t 'I I r i J If' im'umi i wLiiim'i"'ii' i jWOJKiuwiuCTOitTi'ulusiiiiii JOUX S. FOKP. EDlTOtt. AIISTiNTTUESDAY APRIL 11 1351. The Kentuckian says there but fifty persons attended the great Anti-Nebraska Convention in Indiana. flgy There wcro 1223 wild-cats kill- ed in tho Stato of Kentucky and their scalps paid for by tho Commonwealth in -eighteen hundred and fiftythrcc. Wonder if they wore crossed with the half horse half alligator specimens that hail from the old "bloody ground?" jjgf Tho American Minister who con- cluded the unauthorized treaty between Mexico and the United States is engag- ed in selling patent rights for a washing machine. Nicholas could not sell enough machines in a life time to wash out the dirt of his treaty. Take it all in all it has been productive of more dirt wash- ing than any treaty ever concluded in the world. -4 --- Tue Wea'theu. During the early part of the week the weather was unusual...

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

11 ij.WHiiHiiirm mini niniiii iiiim nun ggS Tho Chaplain of tho House of Representatives in Indiana closed the la- bors of the late session of that body in the following plain spoken manner: " Anil 0 Lord hnvo mercy on our legislators. Be with them and bless them ovon if they know Thee not. Sparc their lives and teach them to glorify Thy name. Hasten them to their homes where they may direct their attention to good works and general usefulness among their fam- ilies and neighbors. May the people re- solve to keep them there and in future elect men of sound morals and temperate habits so that good may hereafter result from legislation. Save' the people of the State from the disgrace which must fol- low if this same crowd should again come hero to make laws. Hear us Lord and grant our prayer. Amen. lgSMr. Wade abolitionist Senator from Ohio was discoursing the other day in the Senate upon the disruption of the Union. Ho had painted the gathering clouds and rising winds the vivid light...

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

llW" in inn i aarttmoitifflr raw'fiTi I y i 1 ;; t ? . ACCfo f a? ii 1 . f! l6 ' f' "f k 500(M ntEn ovfl- '' TERS.iJust recclr oil. i. inr TlMtittiraL on GonrreM Ave nue 00000 Fresh Oysters Thosa oysters wore put up In New York hcnoricUly scaled and yarraatwl fresh. Persons fond of tho luxury of Oyster Soup willplcaso give mo ft call. ..!-. .i i OHAULE3 STEIN. Aufltin Feb. 2 1854. 10 AN IuvmIhrMc Masonic Work. I ' have on hand a few copies of the "Mystic Cir- cle." It (s a beioki that every Mason should havo. Copies will bo forwarded. ;otyffW to any portion of tho State on tlior receipt of two dollars. "Aun. Oct. 1 1853. l&.K GEO. H. GRAY. T?OIl BENTA Plantation on the Trinity Jj Rivor situation bpalthy soil good cnpablo df producing from one to two bales of cotton per acre or sixty bushels porn. Ono hundred acres arc on- closed with Q dwelling house and tho necessary outbuildings. Tcrn?8 moderate Furthor parti- culars can bo had at this office January IT 1854. G;tf rri AX NOTIC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 13 April 1854

VOL 1. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 18 1854 " NO 64 FIFTH LBBISLATHRB. DEBATESJN THE HOUSE. W. IF. W1S1SBLS Koporlcr. " January 28 185-1. On Mr. TAYLOIV S motion to taJce up the Pre-emption Bill Mr. TIIROCKMORTON-Mr.Spcak-cr : As much as I respect the opinions of the gentleman from Panola (Mr. Dulany) yet sir 1 must say that I cannot see the force of his reasoning ; and must say that J think his reasons and conclusions are radically wrong. lie sets out by asking what benefits this policy on the part of Texas has led to ? 1 answer sir that the donation of lands to actual settlors has made Texas emphatically what she is a magnificent flourishing and highly prosperous State. It wis this same po- licy on a more enlarged and liberal scale that brought men here sir in the dark days of our trouble when we needed those who had stout hearts and strong arms. Had it not been for this glorious policy adopted oy Texas at an early pe- riod of her existence she might to day have been a wild...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 13 April 1854

P"fiF '- rwiv . r -- -w feHf lf ft ''MWMfettU'WtoiaB (A &. f I i' i n ; CO Ml !5 TfttWJWKtfWSfS? the pledge abroad unto thee." "And if tho man bo poor tliou shalt not sleep with hia pledge." " No man shall Deut. XXIV G take tho nether or the upper inillstono to pledge ; for he takctli a man's life to pledge;" that is by depriving him of what is necessary for his subsistence. "What arc termed "the poor man's laws" in different Christian States have been enacted for the same benevolent purpose to defend the helpless against tho rapa city of avaricious and merciless creditors. Another precept of tho divine law which expressly permits tho exacting of usury from strangers prohibits you from requiring it when you loan money to your intimato friends: Deut. XXIII 10 "Thou shalt not lend upon usury to thy brother ; usury of money usury of vic- tuals usury of any thing that is lent upon usury; unto a stranger thou mayest lend upon usury." This law is still kept up by all who wish to prese...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 13 April 1854

The beautiful empress of "Franco to use the graphic expression of Yunkecdom lias been " cut cut." IIoW and by whom can be seen below : " The Empress of France has a rival ! Louis lias been smitten with the charms of an English lady named Smcad. At the last ball given at the Tuillcrics which by the way cost the city 28000 ; the Emperor paid her so much attention that the Empress has forbidden her ad- mission to the Tuillcrics ! A letter wri- ter describes the conquer (Miss Smcad) says : Kentuclrian. " She is the most thoroughly perfect- ly beautiful woman I over have seen cith- er in Europe or America. Ilor type is " altogether English she has the lair com- plexion the light hair the blue eyes which avo characteristic of the nation and a trifle of that embonpoint which a lady may have with advantage even at 21. En form she is faultless and in manners she is a model. Every one seemed to know the circumstance of thelatoilirtation at the palace and consequently when she stopped she was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 13 April 1854

M nty lor rt fps par i aiitri 5Ttf 'ACU JVSi raifj v ana ice ill S. m Kill 'In ? . I ue J m in X -v. ". v- 2'- " V " "" m I I J V i - . m$ y I X. J-- A y i. ' 7 irl. nt mr Ilrntnurnt nn fintitrrnss Ave nnr.. fin.000 Fresh OvutcM. These orators were put up In Now York hcrmctricnlly scaled nnd warranted fro9h. Persons fond of the luxury of Oyster Soup will please give mo a call. CHARLES STEIN. Austin Fob. 2 1854. 10 A' N Invaluable Masonic Work. I L have on hand ft few conies of the "Mvstlc Oir- . i . t it. r i...t.l1.... CiCi it 1R ft oook inni. every junson bhuuiu uuvu. Copies will bo forwarded post-paid to any portion of the State on the receipt of two dollars. Austin Oct. 1 1853. lG:tf GEO. II. GRAY. OR RENT. A Plantation on the Trinity F River situation healthy soil good capable of producing from ono to two bales oi cotton per acre or sixty bushels corn. Ono hundred acres aro en- closed with a dwelling houso and tho necessary out-buildings. Terms moderate. Further parti- culars c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 13 April 1854

"177; m jsS ai Tennessee and which I have applied to New York of i&T 50 por aero for ten miles on oach side of tho track as the in crease in value ot the land in tho imme- diate vicinity of the railways and say- ins nothing of the great increase in the value of all other lands which must ne cessarily take place in consequence of iul'u uuusmuuuuu wu mvvo as tne in- crease in the value of that small portion of tho lands ot the state the sum of 192000000 of dollars to which we may add tho vast commercial and other ad- vantages which must necessarily follow the construction of these important works. My own impression is that tho value of land in Texas at this moment as es- timated by those who hold it is far above what it was a year ago. I do not believe if any parties wore to come here now and offer to purchase your whole public do- maid that they could get it within fifty millions of dollars of what they could have obtained it for some twelve months since. I think the impression h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 13 April 1854

and uis e i.-i v i nursuuv even .. ti'....i ...... ii niit'.wnrn ing ut Tcmpeinncc Hnll. " S -J -HA S r-x i1 v I 'X 'Tv-itT'i5 jI j. . ;jJBa "V - - -j !--- - -' ) tar""" T " KiiS.WB V"'" rjA "".. ...-.-.. 1 ll . will receive i ax ijisis ior miw aim nu mu- nica due for provious Taxes to the corporation of the cily of Austin. A strict compnnnco to tno iaw will lie enforced. OIVicc on Congress Avenue next door to Duflhu's Drug Store. I. M. BLACKWELL Marshall Jan. 20 1854. 8 City of Austin. R J. M. LITTEN thankful for (lie lib- D cral nntronncc heretofore received is still do niroua of fiervinar the public in his professional ca pacity. OIHcc ns heretofore in the upper story of tho corner building on Congres3 Avenue opposite C ho Orleans House. Austin Oct. 22d 1851. ENTAL NOTICE. DR. W. II. JOHN- SON regular graduate of Dental Surgery ami member of the Alabama Medical Doanl) respectfully informs the citizens of Austin that no is perma- nently located and will devoto his entire attention...

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