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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 25 July 1856

: ? m K IB ÍB aMp .exo) sfr |57 who from undue inf.. bnt ib disregard! the <ílet&t lt7"ü¿ B ptted law a lt;nt)W stands >vtv dÍSl - '¿IVÜ&3* excuse, his ckii , B objected tha> tia i previ _ftbe ii _ . „,, , Ibelieve thelawas res^ in'mtifih lit Some- of its in- that ground — ibd'th,-?-:. 5he res?e*> :-£ ■■ X iT IS O'itivviwdcii risions |>f 'tbte bill he- (Jisiaherit cause. If the > cti? as: little kt<- sible, the J¡É«8P .. rid might attribute It * a. Nii$$o n ag gei v. i ;i4.en%h o o®e" thus to ¡Le LilL for" I aa> certain they fouersfcaiid it. - There is no pro- ' tit;:' > Hi autlloriirA the If | ;i - inlets the ^ih-inging- _bia domicp,- ©r attempt- ■ ; 15 be vo n>d the preach c. ^ditó;'© w--.h the- latent to ¡n_ j defraud g®' the bill - '' j^^aid ^^iieetic m Fore men- i is incápa- to, I of thaWfcutldobetfeve it the goodWe ought to We takes from the parent that ought to exercise, to tery as he thinks pi for nay life see any r< for withholding t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 25 July 1856

•i m# ¡ table and íted. it—A bill to «rpitt&cíiiiíBfet. ^xiiíri ||pw in on my docket, as I well cáse^-of this'kinci than On every trifling pretext a swearout an attachment. -The law was found so exceeding!/ op- pressive that it was soon repealed. An$ that law cfisdnot go so far as the bill now mssss'srs &*^ House to pass this bill, and I will say no more upon ¿be subject jíqmdat, July 21,1S56. The Senate met; roll called; quorum Mr> Millican moved a reconsideration of the vote on the passage of a bill making an appropriation for the piér diem pay and mileage of the members and the per diem pay of the officers of the adjourned Session of the sixth Legislature; luat. jPetitions and Memorials Presented. By Mr. Lott—Of John G. Stranger, Alex. Rosenbaum and E. McKinney; re- ferred to eommittee on Private Land Claims No. 2. By Mr. Millican—Of S. B. Kellough and County Court of Robertson county; referred to committee on Private Land Claims No. 2. By Mr. Hill—Of H. A. Adams and T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 25 July 1856

4 iá4 PI jmm fMm ~y~W 5^31 tilth Tftl Á t ' If . J aad I h ope, l no pains 5 eatables r requisite nience them isk Attached to > where I ioffrran above tof-< i John Horan's IfirOwenat áH time nave . m«y«Mf _______ ± M. W. BA-i Rlfie ánd Pistol Cab mí lery, Immediately in the rear of * John . Horan's establishment; open day and night. Any on:- dp-irirg to irtj_ úe pistol ohoot- : x w. M. HAL )TÍ€ ,tJRS ii Attagne.m •l*-tf 22 C:&iest and L.Uiu^ai Routs to iq and Brazos VaJlevn, Aut- Texas, vvz Jiujfalo £ÉÉÍ a*^ Uolofadb \v" u! a. , ¿ii|í- at Richmond .with itages to ¿jSpnziilfcg. and intermediate points. a ;dftrk complected ont 38 yeans of age, and haa asear on g and also one on bis belly. He sayi nga to Ben. Shepherd, who lives in He and has worked On a steamboat runnings Houston to Galveston. His owner is ro come forward, prove property, pay: d¡ take him away or he v.* directs. Victoria, Texas, Snv. 30tft..'65, f ; 52«ti vj.aJ Miiire 'tUUie, :T?-_ ¡Li the shoulder; has*? ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 13 August 1856

V V y2 .u JL JLIt AJLJk3$ 1 ni T. nrt all) irnj o NEW SERIES. nBJBffltr ri'sgiog Tho absence of the House lteportcr has compelled us to fill the columns of tho Tri- Woekly with Senate debates and miscellane- ous suattor iu order to comply with our con- tract. rfThoCDcbatr!i of July 16th in the present No. xfM obtained from the Gazette Office; it 'was go incorrect that it was difficult cither to understand or render it into. English. DEBATKS IN THE SENATE. "W. TJRXr2IBL.ti Reporter. Wednesday July 16 1S5G. A BUI to Quiet Land Titles. After the business of the morning hour had becu dispatched the Senate pro ceeded to the consideration of its special oCdcr on "a bill to quiet land titles." nn: j. ma bill provides that the District Courts of this State shall hear and de termine all suits in which the question of forfeiture for breach of condition or for forfeitures or escheats undcr the Consti- tution and laws of the Republic of Texas or of this State and in all such suits either party ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 13 August 1856

JiattJ.rfW-MeJii3JirfiJAtUotaiJgW'jt I IV f 1 f 31 I t f- f t:k I 1st- I? &l KTt ' ' " "2. " 'j.1 . --ssk rsn ss r-"is T "WF IB" ?ff T H . TS. 7T SB. SM TU JB7.- i Sue. . That. Afliorojth'c neffof limilaj pending. And J. trust will mo longca DcwMtt'odlouijn nml ih Ifislior aiffl Mil-1 go to the Stale lie opjgwi lira legis- tionsVould quiet timaotual settlor against (lolnytfd. J csiniiotgc.t tWbill passed ler'solony. ruin sorjyngnin (lint we I Intion because of the exppnno to the sin individual hc!eTsliqlslmll lie quieted l! anvillinglo take the hM T caii gety ilitl.-iiot have thoco-opcratl6n oflhc dis-; Stale hi passing the bill with no income against tho. Sfitlc aud the htnitiftioifs for af 1 havl before remarked the iirftfj tinguished Senator fwm Williamson. J to thoStalo. All gcrkdrul lava uio shall uivosuch oocuimnt a good and valid I section of this bill provides for my own I Mi ARMSTRONG': rMiturru-ijlinxi; '. passed for the benefit of the people at '' title to his claim p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 13 August 1856

1 xjc rfMcjunxi-ovTSRCccxAuve uxxJvcm&AnucwiiuBxo&r M3scmrgM3;TctSr.Ag3..irei.-rv j f- K535SiHSSiSiiK23njiv3 !STIta5".-WiHUJ U.CCI-TV.KTT mania; o.ii.mi wmmu-..n.ji.ij'm;w.jamTji . 'J f iiuftee .arc' 'gentlemen and have conii fV . MM .1 It Ucnco in them. They know time Terry acted in self-defence and that any court in the world would -clear him. Is'ow tho friends of Terry negotiate with the com- mittee; after many notes have passed between the committee and the friends of 'Terry a committee of those friends com- posed of Judge Thornton Pcrlcy Crit- tenden "W. M. Lubbock and 'another gentleman whose name 1 disremember visits tho bastile to negotiate terms with a mob about the disposal of David S. Terry Judge of the supremo Court of the Stato of California. There are a groat many of his friends there; they know that their friend is in danger but they dare not speak their sympathy; 1 hoy acknowledge they have reared up a powoiy over which they luivo now but Ut- ile control. If ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 13 August 1856

-- .wn T FT HUUuMAiuiaaujtJUjiuij.u.1. i 7?irouv.ij3ijtj.iiiijiwjr.ii.uiAw-Ay-ie.ritfirrTrU IV I J I ' if 1 in trv ' S HUTU'S .HOTEL. Having taken tho - house lately known as tho Mctropoll- rUk tan'Hotcl 1 am now having it repaired find 11111 renovated and shall funilsh itiinowj whcnjftijlL Micbo arrangements shall havoAlicen completed I shall then be enabled to accomodate boarders nad traveling customers in a.injnner which I hope . .will bcsatlsfaclory to ull'. 'I Ehnll sp.tro no pains "or.ox'penso to keep upon my table nil tho eatables afforded by tho market sluill give every requisite -.'attention to sccurothe comfotts and coiiTculcncc - fefti6y patrons arid Bhall endeavor to give them the full worth of their money b 'Attached to the premises in a large and commo- dious stable whero horses will be received and la- ken care otby an experienced Ostler. Tho ab'of 6 establishment will bo open for the .recentlon or customers on tho 1st duv of Anril. 1850. n!3tf E. B. SMITH" William Ol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 2 October 1856

- ' ie same category—it is the ■ ■■ of those cases. And in answer to some of the remarks made by the gentleman from Nacogdoches (Mr. Pollock,) to the effect that the passage of this bill would be setting a had precedent, I will say that cannot tgr possibility ap- le as others harpr done, who have the canse of Merrick, ?«&erv.of Reeves, Richardson, ppyjpBpr.; ton, Stedmañ, White, :Wor¡diam.—§5.: ~ I H( 101*. BUSBY called up bill for the relief of Arthur G> Wavelk he ro- precaution at the sdme compe- ar r _ f{L ise^they i-essi t romi Mr. WILLIAMS of some length in support owing to the distance desk, it is impossible to lar spoke at- te billy bnt reporter's ra correct re- Mr. STOUT made some¿remarks cor- roborating the statements previous The bill was ordered to rule suspended ; read passed by the following vote Yeas—Messrs.. SpeakerJ^draan, Ar- drey, Arnol of to, Mr. conside] Size at tin, am $5,000 $n§Bmty * "íxican j#a.y was de Austin was occupied by a portion of, the Texan tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 2 October 1856

———T -r s ' - - " V '"'• ig&ff ¡S !s ft $x*m* -4-' " ••«!,•,.'■ • ?••••#.;>; vv "¡III wmsm- m jfe t-Í,*" £'"' ' i — ' ' ■ ■ . .. s, ¿ ^ own 8T: idg< aid • an itinued strength to ovérsome Ley were opposed.— and properly iM- ■ 2jaiitude '-'was ta- companying Subinit- >REY. to havp enccrtmter encoun- Were .- i ¿*i r : pü & % 0 ■ . ihdej nifv all those in tins manner, soon be ex- ri? Qte'Stftte ríbtíte bis share l ütterly^ iü- n and thfl tM solcfier wtío id perjlléd to the litter past history of I how the debt of sbeenpaid. ■ . _ áHrhoíi and frére redoced to lislestffcetionp arthé , --arwrf-a^íí Í^MLtSÉ. 'gWefrtfmaife furjiisíiés théin the relief very sftortiyi t$at justice ^bich they are so Histly entitled to cannot be of any benefit to them. * The minority of said committee, to have been acted upon by the cures of the country' for several And ij| almqst [erary instance,* ifi wliMftrii ftf thii Lese blatas have been rejected.-— And for'wfeát reason T Because thé evi- d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 2 October 1856

- to hcu't river. ; of habeas r i • *1 s&fitage the Colorado appeals to Tbe %<¥ange- M report, Í lis $*t- in 200 negr«p8 ll'itere spared safe, "to Messrs.. Swisher, Sfreii«od árgana are t. Prestidge, Tfeereis Mttle dowbfc rtakittg. v This developing .the wiirbo. reso House rejoiced in the of of the State of New Y name implicated ¿n the th*ee o£ tbe ring-leaders. -The annexed is an extract from the report: i v Without exception every Mexican itrthe county was 5° county within 6ve days and never again to retnrttunder the penally f death. There is one however, by ti , name, of Fran£ who i proven to be one of, tie prime laovefs ofjthe affitir that was not sfrfeateci ; we hope that he may be yét, aad have meted out to him audi a^reward as his black deed demands. We are satisfied that the lower class of Mexican population are incendiaries in any country where slave* are held and should be dealt with accerfi- ingly. And for the benefit of thé Mexican popu- lation, we- ganld here .st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 2 October 1856

n sp I - í V^Vr. ?"• ry wMiiMi B. R A Wholesale Frcnch Hcíi The course a?T^rtb.e*.is, fcu tlis- ¿ft* wilt • $15 es . ¡Jo j§| |>e rsau^et^pt rj #o«c Soaps, Jewelry, Faiicr ; riee, etc., etc. Ctmmtrcestnel, Lavaca. Texas* i ' November 1 i, 1854.. AjfcVy PWJ r * i. « l SA«X, MCEI^ W.toWWg®. i^¿ cowuigu HUmP .^.jB&JSS'S, Lam<iyT&&- * j^ílí laakeis^erftl ndv&apíí'ot coasignments to Messrs. «ésrrfagto U-,; tes, orPlimt Bros^ew York, or to ri"í«r^ £&&, I ¡ skveiul >«te te }INO. t are nów , on Mil! or t eta ^ owners iG&s > per Ib. Ma^furnieh grease t>r Shortest, Qmck&H an<l Cheapest the Colorado and Brazos Ya, tin an*l Western Texas, via Eayou, Bmzsf and Frojó HAÍGtféPJJRW connecting wi„ Orleans & Galveston and Galveston Buy ü. S. i; and at .Richmond with stages tq Je3,'and intermediate points Cart kern farritcnirg sorb d«i/. {except Tuesday and Thursday.) at 8 ^oc^A.M. Leave Richmond.........at 1 o'clock, P. M. ■ '■?**? - -. ^ . inferio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 3 October 1856

v. V ' 1 TRI-WE EKL Y TIMES 9 NEW SERIES. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. I W. F. WKEKS Reporter. July 9th 1S5G. The bill bill concerning "Wills being under consideration. After various motions in relation to the original bill and substitute and some confusion and desultory discussion Mr. SMITH of Harris having obtained the floor said : Mr. Speaker it was not my intention to engage in the discussion of the bill now before the House ; but such a course has been pursued by cer- tain gentlemen I will not say a lino of argument but such a course of sneer threat and bluster has been resorted to because some gentlemen not members of the legal profession have thought proper to engage in this debate that I choose now and at once to repel this aggression and to vindicate my rights and the rights of other gentlemen on this floor who like myself do not belong to the profession of lawyers. If this sir were the only oc- casion I would remain silent but its repetition and the apparent concert of action...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 3 October 1856

Ah 'v - ?A cnro notswhether it-3 a relic of Spanish or Mcxiean-ov'uny other other modifica- tion of civil law. It has been tried six-' teen years; the people don't like' it. The statement made by Mr. Ochiltree I believe that forced heirship exist- ed at common law is true or was true. I shall not trouble the House witli a dis- quisition on feudal tenures nor with showing how primogeniture and tlu un- divided descent of a fief were essential to that system of government. The hn- portant fact is that for most; property in England and for all property in the States of our Union where the common law obtains a system has been gradually perfecting for ages under which after securing to the wife her dower the testa- tor disposes of his dstatc conformably with his best judgment. To this system so consonant with our feelings we wish to return. The friends of tlui bill before us wish to rcstpro to the parent that wholcsomo influence over the child which the act concerning wills has in some de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 3 October 1856

haps there has boon an equal number of speeches made for and against them. . I make this motion at the request of a ; good many members of this House and .fin doing so I am influenced by further .r considerations. I am a humble member of the commit- ; tee. on Slavery. And I never saw these 5 resolutions nor did T know any thing of ' the report which emanated from certain distinguished gentlemen of that commit- tee. Thcro are some four or five others belonging to that committee at least four -besides myself who are in the same situ- ation in that respect and who arc not willing to concur either in the sentiments expressed in the resolutions or those ex- pressed upon this floor by those who have opposed them. If wc arc compelled to vote then upon the resolutions in their present shape wo shall not bo placed properly upon the journals. It is evident that these resolutions can- not unite the House although it is known that there is no difference of opinion . amongst us as to the powers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 3 October 1856

. mtuu-nu'jinci JE. S. NICHOLS. THOMAS WILSON "Vj ICHOLS k WILSON Wholesale and llutuil j. Dtuggists importors of French English mid Mediterranean Drugs Chcmicnb Llquotv etc. OeniriU Dealer3 In nil kinds of Patent Medicines Perfumery Fancy Soups Jewelry Fancy Groce- ries etc. etc. Commerce street Lavaca Texas. November Ur 185-1. 50;ly T PLANT & J. 1IUDNALL KKCEIV- . ING FORWARDING nml COMMISSION MERCHANTS Lavaca Texas. Will make liberal advances on consignments to Messrs. Brodlo k Pet- tes or Plant Bros.. New V'ork or to their friends New Orleans. Ugu. N. B. Groceries and Planta- tion supplies furnished for cotton or other produce. April 20 ; n20 ly 'WOOL CARDING. risil Jc E'.ellarenow T t prepared to Card Wool at Fiskvillc on Mill Creek seven miles North-West from Austin. Terms. One1 third of the rolls or 12i cts per lb. The owners of the Wool to furnish grease or pay for the same. Corn ground for one-eighth. Bedsteads Chairs and all kinds of furniture for sale Low for Cash. Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 24 October 1856

Oil! S3 MAY1&98 hi F-'t ti rnTTFi mil T... 11 7 n it v xi f-vi rv 'v rerrm trH k i ni- 1 y-L ilJ-" rni? j-1 la tS fri Ajv r(j V?y iH ft I J b JL 1 f 1 1 Jk la 'W SERIES. CITY OF AUSTIN. OCTOBER 24 1858. wriaowarrarwi ajS VSE OF REPRESENTATIVES aJKajmAiuwiui uixjwi!4atw.B3CT3mm.TiM.guL 4nvj3raK3ziLZU-iKum&azrr: without a charter as W. ft'. WE12KH Reporter. August 18th 18'50. nr the reading and adoption of the . h of Saturday reports and other X DOUGHERTY moved to recon- . l : vote refusing to pass a: hill to .poiate thu European and American rdzation society in Texas. lr THROCKMORTON said: 1 llio vote will bo .reconsidered. tp is nothing extraordinary asked in 'barter and there can be no doubt these gentlemen propose to benoiit -ibmtf extent the State of Texas. .'.petition which has been read hero in y( of encouraging their enterprise is .id by somo of the most respectable venerable citizens of Northern Txjx- Ccrtainly '.hoy never would have id tftafc Dt-t.tion unless thev wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 24 October 1856

w ' i of Tiic bill over the veto. J'ufoi'C- the volo wis In ken Mr. JKE siiid: i wish to spy one word. In justice to myself I wishto way to Ihc House of Jtoprcscntativcs that um not interested directly or indirect- ly in tlio passage of this bill nor do 1 (wA-onji single loot of 'hind directly or jiidiroot1yvor prospectively even between the Niieces'tnid iho Iliu (frantic I own (MO acres of land near Corpus Chrisli which 1 purchased of 'Col. Kinney. And that is all the land I own in that hection of the country. I choose for my own gratification to make this state- ment to tlic House on my honor ' as a gentleman. The yeas and nays being called on the passage of tho bill notwithstanding the veto of the Governor Mr. DANOY when his name was cull- Qil. said : I would be perfectly willing to vote to ficcure a title to any actual settler in that country to his lands. But I am not wil- ling to vote for u measure that I know liotliing about. I vote xo. The vote stood 30 yeas to '13 nays. So ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 24 October 1856

r If VvS ' Ir- i V W s. a tf it 11'; r !L?ri.-rrvxxs-miiJVJi m.ixiui i.wrtn'n rrtmim.AwiBo.nmMiimHtv.iw.u-A..i iCTira3'Wrwwwwv-i'M mu.wwm.irfwinMJi'imijiwmnit VnUHn'x 'Sou and llic Mcsjcoml- unts ol Frunklhi. J The inauguration of the Pr.inkUn statue tit Itaston hits been the occasion Fays the Philadelphia Ledger for reviving incidents connected with the life of the philosopher llis only son William wis Governor of New Jersey at the lime of the Declaration of lu- denondonce and did what he nmiltl to prevent thl' legislative Assembly of New Jersey from Furlly ! Puriry! Purlf ! The Great Spring and Summer Medicine. ItUKLE Y ' S S All SAVMl ILL A. OF ALT. tlie remedies Hint have been (Iifcov- ercd diirinjj the liferent ace for the " thou sand ills that liesh is heir to" iionecqunl this won- derful preparation. Only three years have elapsed slum tlm iliscnvrfpr fwlm siiint n decade in stud- BiuctiontiiK the nroceotlincs of the General vintr. cxncrinientnlizinc: and perfecting it) first ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 24 October 1856

y Ml H M I" ' WmL SCHEME Capital" Fr&o $40000. 8280 rlzM-'"IiOWl8t Erizc $40. J5rc rAun one Jrizc to1 cvrry tin Tickets! Frizes Guaranteed-!' Georgia-' Lottery.!! Arthorizeil by the State of Georgia. jfort atnes: geabenm offenr "" ' CLASS-2fc To be drawn in the- City of Atinnt.'i; Georgia in public on Trldny Octubci ! fiSSOy &x fjje )liw of injjlcjj'untlrcrs! sSFuisrTs WAN& CO. Managers. 303000 TiCitKTs?M?n?fliizijsi HJU2tOS AMOUNTING TO -204000 DOLLARS Will bo -distributed nccoi ding to tho following ' ORIGINAL SCHEME! j.Prrrcof $40000 is $10000 1 " 12000 ij 12000 '1 ' ' 6000 is f000 1 .'. . 2000 Ja 2000 1 " 1000 iJ 1000 tl '" U1KKJS 1000 10 Prizes of. .200 iim 2'fino 100 I." "' . ' J00 nrs 'tlOjOOO 125 ' 70 aro V'000 Jkffproihvixtfpti iViarcs. 4prizej'.Jl.J0V.pprdx'iUg to $&000a prr.e ?G00 4 " 125 " -rr '12000 " 500 -4 "' r'l00 ' " "' S.Oflft " 100 VI " '15 "" ' 2000 " 300 18 ' ' GO1 '' ' 1000 " -400 40--' 4T ' 200 " 1800 W.OOO" 40 arc ' 120000 v.. Li: ' ' U;2$0 pr...

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