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

TT IUH I| nt now to «buow to all, that the partr hoMi the Presidential deo- tiga ia its hawk. If onr party k wise and mdeat, it wffl triumph in 1856; if it be- mam divided into fictions npon sectionalj Georgetown, WillUunton ~ &vori£e local candidates, it; Georgetown. _ 3 _?. _ v. j_ ! TW i M0R1NQ SHEEP. has on hand and for sale sixty fall blood Xorino Bock, the best Pennsylvania stock. Gentlemen wish- ing to improve their flocks will find this, a rare chance. My place is 17 miles west from county. My post office JOHN ELLIOTT. trill be aad mil deserve to be de- jhatod. The battles between Americanism aipd Jfof«if isa have been fought in different of the ooontty, and though victory has not atwajs perched npon oar standard, Ike enemy has been rooted in many of its fiwmer strong holds, and weakened in all of j then. The strength of the American party is rapidly and universally increasing. Our principles have taken firm hold npon the .hearts of the people throughout the Union. The r...

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

. No. II, — AOSTBI LODOS, «ta the feat 8a arday _ Fimi*, W. Master; B. F. Carter, _ Q. L. Walton, J. Warden; F. T. Daffau, ; Bl Major, Skttetary.} 0,1W4.5 ENCAMP MSHT, Ko. 4, July IS, 1853, I on the first and third Friday of each i a* 8 o'clock, P- M. o. «re. 8.hd. ois , BlffON LODGIS, No. 18, of .dent Order of Good! °rthettW titans fjgg r of Good Samaritans f af Samaria, meets evening at T o'clock. r SS, B. F. CARTER, KK.S. V.C.O.B. , Dae. 23,1854:4tf. (RmtftamaL l /1 | (JPbSMttas aild JDentists. | Ceramets auft Canii Agents. AUtlB Hale Hlgk 8e 8l ^w. paws, m- • -* t. h. hsmtoon, h. d. Third Session of this ..Sefrool will com- a %m, PAYKE St HERKDOX, Eclelic -81 ptysieML Burgeons and Accoucheurs. Austin, Texas. Qtasdllt Star's new stone building, north Pefcan streM, where o&e or both can at all times be 6 ead unless professionally absent. '*■ " '"Divtlerudon'a residence on the Public west of UftKf Court House. v c [Jan. 6, 1854. 5. T~ Tha sch< me nee on Monday the 3d of scho...

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

V' >- < V K r rx 1/ THE TEXAS STATE TIMES. :-V VOLUME III. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29,1855. NUMBE] DEBATE IN THE BOUSE. W. F, WEEKS, Reporter. mits his case to the jury to pay six dol-1 jury, pay for it, whilst those who arc lars, -while he who submits his cause to ] really not so disposed, might have the the judge pays nothing. The time of j privilege of going into Court and con- the jurors is just as much taken up by the j fessing judgment allowing judgment and be- j default to go against them, or compro- ^l0vem^er j 1855. _ i discussion of questions which arise be-j A Bui relating to the payment of jfore the court and during the disposal of; misingthe suits against them, without be- ^pndaffli Peat Jurors being bcfcre the causea by the Judge, as when they are j ing taxed with a jury fee when no jury Hoose, on the report of the Committee f on the Judiciary recommending an a-' Intendment to the present law. Mr. OCHILTREE said: The law as ! if now stands is mo...

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

wms^igtffcs. I Hill UfDIUT It IS,FORD ft W.T."DAVIDSON. JOHS S. FO BUtor. DBC.29 m> annum, invariably in , Taylor, is authorized to r ud receipt for *11 monies due the State * tord k davidson. American Convention. _ I be generally understood that this Cou- imeetsinthecityof Austin,on the i MONDAY OF JAKUARY5EXT, : i bf the most vital importance to the [ then be transacted, and it is absolutely r that a fhll "delegation should be is atten- Those counties at too great a distance like teat of Government to send 'delegates t tome member of the party here to : titent. We would suggest to the tnem- pros, friendly to the American cause . would ft* well for them to make this an- at 3 often, as possible between now aad pting of the Copfeaiioa. Rev. Wm. P. Srtfth, M. D., will preach berfand P. Church to-morrow, at IO'AL'-X, -" The Revt R. H. Taliaferro will preach Baptist Church, (Old Capitol,} to-morrow •r^locik, A. M. * Dec. 29, 1855. ■•"i, ■■ -•———"" * * Owing ta the Christmas holidays ...

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

a- l\ la Nicaragua. The following will be of advantage to those desiring to emigrate to Nicaragua. « Dipabtmint or Colonization, ) Gbakada, Nov. 28,1855. j Sir—I have the honor to transmit here- with, for the information of those interested, * translated copy of a decree of the Supreme Government of Nicaragua relative to coloni- sation. It will he seen that this Rcfwtblic, now ^ the restoration of peace within her boundaries has afforded time for the sober consideration of the leading interests of the State, has been pleased to invite ao immi- gration of persons of thrift and industry to boftg—a settlers upon her soil. The induce- ments offered are such as will, it is believed, ifproperjy made known, bring many emi- graats to our shores. it will bo the sum of this Department to fonash persons desirous of settling in this ,Stkte all passible facilities in the prosecution of their business, and to aid in this matter, Any specimens of seeds, plants, slips, &c., likely te become art...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 29 December 1855

No lawyer, I presume, woold tofl judgment, and wen not have it en- of record, for the sake of three dol- tax upon lawyers, however, fro* being an objection, is ia the of many a reason for sustaining law. I have never known a to favor lawyers, and connnu- ▼ery.littb sympathy forjthcir The troth of this proposition well established to require argu- I the bill recommended by the com- defeated, or if it is amended as I shall consider every prospect increasing the jury fund at this ses- ed. TRtJEHEART.—The object of Xnll appears to be the raising of a for ti e payment of jurors. Many the jurors in the county I reside come to 15 to 20 miles to court, and arc to remain, for if they leave subject themselves to be fined. The it, sir, to be attained is to raise a sufficient to pay jurors for services ~ly rendered. constituents are many of them led to repair to San Antotfio from ee, leaving their homes and fam- in danger and subject to the attack idea, sir about this matter is, tbat man who li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 5 January 1856

. cu THE TEXAS STATE TIMES. - aim VOLUME III. VSBITIIN TBB B6iSB 'k b. WHM, reporter. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5,1856. NUMBER 4 December, 5th, 1855. j: Hie BiH for the relief of Collin Mc- gjnBey being before the House, Mr. THROCKMORTON said: For jk|£ information of the House, I will state frit this measure was before the legisla- tae at its last session, and was referred to the committee on Public Debt. That glowttee thoroughly investigated the ^lOBtaof the claim, and were well satis- m a bill for relief should be passed; committee deferred making a re- ; in consequence of failing to receive, ruroper time, an affidavit of the claim- , tint the evidences of debt which he 1 were for services rendered. The __Javit reached here, but so late in the session, that nothing could be done. 1 -am satisfied the chairman of the commit- tsaen Public Debt, of last session, re- oollects the matter, and will folly verify statements which I have made. The ataMtfai. waa again introdue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 5 January 1856

'gfxasMfes. J. 8. FO&D 4 W. T. PAVIDSON. '""WHMi. fOBB, Editor; ~ :■jiiBsm Saturday, jak- &, i&T -Three 4oll*r per annum, mvcfriably m JjU i and receipt for all moniei due tbe Stat* tfOBD t 0iiVI080.V. D c*mber5M, 1353. generally onderttood tbatthia Coa- kfnflaaiBMUin tbccityof Auitin, on tba L „ THIRD MONDAY OF JANUARY NEXT. '* tidnrr of tha moat vital iaportaaca to the ^wfll then be transacted, and It is absolutely ■ij that a fall delegation should bo ra attfn- , p Those counties at too great a distune* ftoa tha icat of Government to aead delegates I appoint some member of the party here to r*t them. We would tnggest to tba mem- „j aft he pnaa. frieadly to the American canse I ?** tt would bewail for them te make thia an- t as often aa po« ible brt ween now and ^rftKCogwtion^ ,jS* *ev. H. W. Sooth, IrausfamHl from the ^ j vlnwrille Conference to the Texas'Conference,' oc^cy. The same doctrine is held by the leading I Wtll preach in the Methodist Church in this ci- ty, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 5 January 1856

* ,V'a tut libel W19 laU lj! As Exc*E0,<GLr *c*ST Btmxnss.—We extract j Hnl rendered for the following from the proceedings of the House > * a * 1 fLA of.Delegates on Monday. ^ .. tt verdict.' and i " Mr' Hei.-liell oflered the following resolution : 1 to set wde theverdict, and | ^ learc ^ gjyen tQ Jo* u Crah;re nid in rafasUBoe that if * publication, such ; of Lee county, to change his vote for Senator of - A *' * \ tft have been made in the de- the United States, he having ;na>l vertently record- I'S MVWOer was made from pood ed bis vole for George W. Summera. nd wiSoatmaliee, and especially if i It appears that Job did'nt know when he voted /•—this m® he had done*) ''or Senator, who was who, or what was what. He , (as in this case he haa done; u Mr Summers was the Democratic candi- . IB hia power, the jury nn-ht, ^ am, Mr J|asou lhe Ameri„„ candidate_ _ Co gt*e damage* lhe article i never having heard, perhaps, of cither of those ^ a« libellous affected the plaintii8 re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 5 January 1856

ine*ponting some tanpike idge company for another. And this modi important business, ire ed to delay general legislation— a«ked to evade and dodge the res- ~ that we aB incurred in coin- to pass upon i codes, providing general legislation t the whole State. And all this, that ay act upon the more impor- «f private relief, turnpikes i of that kind. > we"dread the labor, Mr. Speaker? sneh a labor as has been repre- And I say, sir, that if every i relief bill, every act of incorpo- every bill relating to lecal matters d in older to act E 1 to be delayed f eode, and ire act npon it, we i ive done more for the country than any > that hae been in session since [adoption of the constitution. i we not act upon it? Can we not | it that attention which its importance anda? ' That attention which the peo- and have a right to expect ? i we not do it with ease by extending session each day for one hour, for "(I have a resolution ready to be in- Are those to whom the people haTe 1 itjheir p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 12 January 1856

4 ■ M TEXAS STATE & *f£t>£4 VOLUMK III. CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 12,1850. NUMBER W. F. WEEKS, Btp«rtcr. fb.t ai, December 7, 1855. Mr. TAYLOR moved to reconsider the votetaken on yestordav adopting the anwadment offered by Mr. Hooker of Hant, to the amendment first offered to the bill for the relief of the pre-eraption- iste on the Mississippi and Pacific Rail- road reservation. Mr. TAYLOR said:—In making this motion, 1 do not in any way compromise my notions of the propriety of the adop- tion of that amendent. I omly make this motion, Mr. Speaker, to give an opportunity to *he friends of the hill to place it in a shape that lAay perhaps render it acceptable to the I wish U to be understood, however, i repeat, that X was rsot eompromiting m at'T mauaer ir.r previous notions as to the correctness oi incorreetEiss of the mea- sure before the House, or the amendment, the. adoption if which I propose to re- coasiuer, hue .jia actuated solely by the motives. I do n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 12 January 1856

• in tan mn utcimt r . 8. FORD * W. T. DAVIDSON. f S. fOU, Editor. , SATURDAY, JAri2,1856, f i toUan per am, inwetiaHgi* IC. Taylor, Is *uthori *d to 1 ranipt for all monies dm the State u FOED Je DAVIDSON, r J2& 1855. T «A,ert~, CflBTUtiM. I be federally understood that this Cos- i in the city of Austin, on the THIRD MONDAY OP JAK0AET XHT. i of the most rital'importance to the r will then be transacted, and it is ahsolately tthat afell delegation should be in attcn- Those counties at too great a distance the seat of Government to send delegates I appoint some member of the party here to them. We would suggest to the mem- l of the press, friendly to the America* cause ; it would be well for them to make this an- t as often as possible between bo* a4d r of the Convention. " ■- '■* •a ■ '■ See adrertisemnt of T. T. Drmc, head- ' $10,000 Wanted." Mr. D.~ is purfuing just ! course best calculated to benefit himself and I numerous customers. Tbe annoyaace-ofcharg- i account ten, fift...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 12 January 1856

t - of <hiS>, Um, or tide, to km them reoorded, snd subject to the nine consequence if sot lULwiii. bj tie fortieth section of the ■at act, as to taj uterrcaing rights of third imposed or declared- Subsequent has not materially changed the te dMd. They have modified the 1siri uliliw to tf"* proof, but the same protection is giren to third parties, without >nd it ts believed that the act of Jan- S 1839, Bart. Dig., Art.?2761, has a direct reference to the description of titles oa Tfc'"1* this suit is brought. It is asas fol- lows, i •• ''That copies of all deeds, 4c. die originals remain in the public Ar- chives, and were executed in conformity with tke laws existing at their dates, duly certifi- ed ty the prefer officers, shall be admitted to neord in die county where such land lies.* It is wdl known that most, if not all the titles to land,- extended prior to our sep- antw* from Mexico, the original remained araa archive, and a testimonio was given to the interested party ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 12 January 1856

• to the survv __... j }* I proaused by the inch that we I prosecute all i of their i to ths recovery unwarrantably disposed i the investigation of ■ to m* i having is*<f V" ' particular indui ■ate knowledge of i of the Bute, obtained >the most i attention to the land system of Texas for of ypars.and u acemte tiewWlgeol classes of Utles, togetberwith the iof lands nziitend in Mt office for -a- i sod to afford superior advantages to those tails iMssStmcnlt. We wre offering f«r Bale, lends in every pan ? the State—improved and unimproved, of ever)' t sad in tracts to suit purchasers, also towc isabrt ewty kind of reel ee- : favorable terms. ;^*"V W ■&***& r the attention of persona MAMMUC^AUBTIN LODGE, Ho. Saturday i Finnih,-W. Heater; B. F. Carter, \ Walton,). Warden; F. T. Duffau, MOT, Secretary.! : ~ ' g. fc D. of 8. 1DGE, No. 16, of the Sdeut Order of Good Samaritans. i. pf Samaria, meeta every E® T'tfclock. V B. F. CARTK , W. C. G Ttae. 33, lKS4:*tf. pijnsicians and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 19 January 1856

r tin v; bpm TEXAS STATE VJ2 VOLUME III. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19,1856. NUMBER k:x Jbr tb Stoto Tbm. ' Tm ln> W. H. L. * * *, of ADitla. IMyl tboa'rt pare u the star-lit snow; Riir,M ro* in iu earlr elow, m liffat in the burning noon; Mj Hlkt beam) of Summer moos. <3«mkU elahneth thee for her own— Ok thy white brow die holds her throne ; And poefj looks from thy dreamy eye* lAl II Aagei, glancing thro' evening duel. All wb« a poo tk* flowery earth, The ■pirii of Music winders forth, Sltkw her golden harp she bring* Aad bids th*e wake the charmed strings. Bit softer e'er this Vatic'* tone, the gentle kindness ail thy own, Ihi ready tear for others woes Which foils like " dew drop on the rose." VMsheniagthe flower aboat to fade, The sport, of ndden tempest* made, the heart to bloom anew, crushed ty fote or friend* untrue. Lady! thy artless beaming smile Can lifo of half its grieft beguile, Aid a|Ki induce o'sr the ity Which chaxau e'en care itself away. N / Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 19 January 1856

ImsSMews. rattans wmt utwiT bt ~ - J. S. FOIIV & W. T. DAVIDSON. 1 fWU, annum, invariably i PHkIMBMI C* Taylor, It autkorixed to lira aad receipt for ail monies due the Stat* See. FORD k DAVIDSO.V. tgr 8eeadrertiaem tadvertiaemnt of F. T. .Octfap, bead- MO #antrt." Mr. D. is pursuing just > beeteafcmlated to limit himself and i 1Willi iiMlimiiii Thaaaaograace of charg- ing oa. an account ten, fifteen or twenty-fire rents !' rafntaHy, posting np the same, making out the aeeoaat, and then asking for the amount' several ' i a nuisance in buriaasa,-which should be I with, and if all our merchants wiUpjrsue Hjt which Mr. D. j>oiuts .out, there would l-teMp trouble fat collecthig., 3fo person can corn- being refused credit, who. frst pots the it to thn-troubk of, charging these, small id when bp bill is presented, makes ezcn- mt Itanrtiaie to ffine, and finally closes "by note. ^Dt taBl'^aM of eostomers Nr. D. says. "gentlemen ] Mm yonr f«<rors and beg yon will saityoor- aalv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 19 January 1856

mm mam ««rgm it bj. nwi L--The bift to restrain the OUjMiiMMMr of the Genorol Land Office * a issuing patents to the Peters' Colo- oontraetors was under discussion > days. The Senate refused to en- 1 ,«fl9 to 10. , public Debt Bill was engrossed by the RfiiitT on the 4th inst., by a vote ««*Of t M- v The VB for the relief of settlers on the PfcoiBe Railroad Reserve vas made the jpeoiftl order of the day for Monday the " at which time all matters in i with the subject will be taken of. The committee on public debt report- ed a bill in favor of paying the difference hetven die face value and pro rata of the late Congressional Bill, upon all acknowledged as at par by the and Comptroller. business of minor importance .yil transacted. " A great portion of the week has been in considdering and discussing ' BQl. It was finally lost as it t a two-thirds vote to pass it. HOUSE.—A bill was passed amenda- ■ of the Henderson and Burkeville Railroad act. ... A number of private relief bills w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 19 January 1856

lift MM, lfc «*n*e« >*!- who thus Ntfri, th« HWWJ of Ajth* 1 by tbe Government of Texas. Dm i to tboreeomy of pn>*«tty fflegully u.uruUbir 'disposed of by agents or ad. the lovestigationof the right* of r legatees, aad to tbe settler segg Jii m. jpjljsstnans anb dentists, i £anjycrs aui> CaniJ Agents. L0DGB 1TX So. 12,. suets .the in every moni Orncios.—J first Saturday . :nin, W. Master; B. F. Carter, toty aw rich 8- Wardea; O. L. Walton, I. Warden; F. T. Duffau, Dk. j. h. Li n t.\ will continue lu ac- j lice his profession as heretofore—Office ou j Congress Avenue opposite to Mr. Swenaon'g store. ; Austin, Oct. 20, 46:tf Dec. K, 1854.5 I having land cert&catu for location we gafc inducements. Oar thorough i intimate knowledge of the vacant lands, and ■yt of the State, obtained in many instances, i personal inspection, insures the most favora- i attention to the land syttem of Texas for • of years, and an accurate knowledge ot at ilsisns of titles, together with the of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 26 January 1856

V 7i 11 STATE # /< c S ^ CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26,1856. NUMB: ■BEPTE IN THE SENATE. W« ntiJEBLOOD, Reporter. Tuesday, December 4th, 1855. * A131 donating to actual settlers on pub- ' tie domain, three hundred and twen- ty acres of land, being under consid- eration on yesterday when the Senate .1 adjourned, was taken up. k** . Mr. BUSSEL: I arise to withdraw mj notion for the previous question. I .doit, sir, as an act of courtesy and just- „ ^ieato the minority of the Senate who ' jBsy fee opposed to the bill now pending. Mr. WEATHEFRORD: I hope the •"Senate will reflect a moment, before ithfiy pass the amendment offered by the Senator from Fayette, (Mr. Hill,) I should be glad to hear some reason for ^Htdopting it. •Hi". mr, HILL. I should prefer to hear ,. sdttte good reason why it should not be ; engrafted in the bill, before I assign mj| ' ' re*66n for introducing it. rm POTTER. I think there is a bill already before the Legislature, hav- jag the mine object...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 26 January 1856

\t ^tate ©mis. pcsushid m imcimt bt ¥. L J05K& J. S. FOHD k Jtt WALKER. EDITED BT C. JOKES Jt JOUJS S FORD. \X::: SATCRDAY, JAN 26,lSfft SS5 Tfirrrr dollar* per annum, ntenably o ' The undersigned having purchased an t*in the "Times," will, in future, in . ooojanction with its present Editor, Capt. eondoct the editorial department of tyspr. Tboso who undertake to conduot public place themselves before the world •emi-official positions. The press being • medium through which information of ' kind may be conveyed to the public Bind, those who assume its control, are, to r extent, responsible for the impression* tfcej make. Bearing in mind this sentiment, i undersigned will endeavor to seek truth lid disseminate it among the people—to de- tact error and deprive it of its poison. He fv-will endeavor, so far as on him depends, to - jrtake tbe Times a welcome visitor is every •trek o# society—injurious to none; benefi- cial to alt. The political department of tbe paper will continue a...

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