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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 26 January 1856

in regard to the Redan, and - (atore references to the matter wereforbidden. X A few days ago a French soldier, in passing M Sogiisfc sentinel, pointed at the Redan iad laid, ''Johnny, m bono!" Whereupon the sentinel board him on the spot; in other words, h? pot a musket ball through him.— The English save him op to the French at ODee. HOT released him immediately, ad jodeing the soldier's punishment merited, Hi v. Prtceeiin^ ef (Iheraiise €u ancii On Jaoiury 8th the .Vuerican party of Oherttkoe hel J a eon mention at Rusk. After tile orgtnixitiitu Mr. Hurray and Judge A. J. Fowler address*! the meeting with spirit , and eloquence. Thd following resolutions were adopted: j "'WtltfiU, at a meeting of the American , sppirty, at Amtin. hul l-in N >veinb.T last, it m resolved to hold a Convention of the ■City «t that place, on the 3rd Monday of Jinwy inst., to nominate Delegates to the American National Convention which is to be twJden in Philadelphia, the 22nd of Fe brosry next, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 26 January 1856

[w iffsnwnrvKpv 1 large bounties in land, to vol J MZT9 in her armies. . , . , i now (rffcr to the sirrvltora and heirs of i «ko tku serred, the wewwy of mQ the iied by the Government of Texas. Oai _ i in such that we are prepared to rnves- f aad prosecute all Texas eUoi for land* or f, wtatileM of their date. Wo give partic- ittefttkm to the recovery of property illegally utnutlbljr disposed of by agents or ad- traton—to the tatestigatHm of the rights of i Afrikaner legatees, and to theaettlemea* having land etrtijUaia for location we particular inducements. Our thorough late knowledge of the vacant lands, and of the State, obtained in many instances, ~ inspection, insures the most favoea- ''♦loie attention to the land system of Texas for i namber of years, and an accurate knowledge ot ' "Berent classes of tides/ together with the nmt «f lands registered in our office tor_ Jeft us to furnish prompt and reliablo in- jb, and assistance to persons desiring food and to afford superior ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 February 1856

Jgllll' % # ► 99 *<4 ■ starM * r s fcv * &-«£ <* THE TEXAS STATE TIMES. i t F edl MikijS CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1856. NUMBE] " PMBATJSS IN THE HOUSE. W.<F. Vbki, Reporter. December 11,1855. •>;r lb Public Debt Bill being nnder con- tfjeratiem— SAYLES said: I folly concur the gentleman from Harris (Mr. &,) as to the importance of the meas- t now before this House. It is hnpor- who received her liabilities at a deprecia- ted rate; who demanded five dollars in paper for an article 'worth one dollar in specie. The Public has rights as well as the individual; the one should not be bound by a compact, which the other has violated. The rules of commercial law can with no propriety be applied to States. In the transactions of individuals, arbitrary rules for commercial convenience have alone on account of the amount been adopted, which are often in direct -^faMaerbat also on account of the princi- | violation of every principle of justice. nlM inrob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 February 1856

\ fs. state Cnrns. rcBusazt> m T satcbday rr .JONES. J. S. FORD k JO. WALKER. edited by Mures* ion s. ford. IN,: : : SATURDAY, FKB- 2, 1856, 1Three dollars per annum,T*roriaWy m Austin, February 1st., 1856. pp& Jso. 7- Pamir is authorised to nettle k* of the late firm of Fo«.d& Davidson, i indebted are reqnesfed to owne forward ~r JOHN a>ORD. W. T. DAVIDSON. •I&t.'fir Abksxatht, late of Iftsaoari, will it die Cumberland Presbyterian Church r in the forenoon and at efeadle-lightidg: off (ke DcM Bill. .,. e passage of the public debt bill by the his one of tbe roost important mat- - transacted by that body. The ac- of the terms proposed by the Uni- Congress* deposes of, settles and - wipes oat tbe debt. Texas stands trailed from herengagemcnts—with a lry—a fair name—and a bright fu- The action of the legislature is just i of gratulation to the country. It places Star State upon high and enviable ads. She has paid her revolutionary What other government has done tbe 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 February 1856

J J r {ftNk. 10th. The loan of the iron to three tnain trunk roads. 11th. Ik effect, chartering branches from main tajik 12th. To improve rivers, [it optkraary with the Commis- i m to what rivers the two hundred i of the school fund shall h* w^epriated. The levying of tolls (charges)upon "property, persons, and v^t."sufficient to pay 6 per cent, in- tmit upon the amount loaned, after de- fraying all expenses. No money to be appropriated to any river unless the Boartiriwold know, or be of the 'opinion' that IoQb sufficient could be collected to paythe interest upon the amount appro- mated. This would surely be hard to Silii line. And would certainly have room for the misapplication of that ■meh of the school fund. While, therofore, the bill proposed by tlwspb-eommittee i3 simply co be entitled act to increase the present school ~i and provide for its permanent in- and secure investment within the 8tate, it will readily be seen that it Vnncfees out into a vast systenf of Rail- road an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 February 1856

l build it fey 4 or astfcat. liet as ~ begin anev, and we will be ~ to grant a charter to any when ihey ahall apply. The J, Walker declares to the world company was driven to the pur- f these conflicting charters, not ; they existed when they bid for charter. Now this is a pretty for Texas, sir. She is thus bold- [ ap to the World as having legisla- f^the State into perfect confusion. Now lie repeal of this bill, we will at least healed one of the wounds that rwise will ultimately cause her to and that freely. If the Reserve apt tied up for an Internal Improve- fund, well, but repeal the charter ' this saves the State from the empty ket financier for all time to comc. I [aware, sir, that I am making an up [ fight, but I feel it my duty to speak Vagainst this bQl 83 it now stands on itatute book; and the day will come In I shall be found to draw proper sions on this subject. When the ement for the deposit is strickcn I here will come the beneficiaries un- the three or four charters, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 February 1856

L v THE TEXAS STATE ruj^yn u&iyy-- ^v ■j> 1 \ CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 9,1856. NUMBER! For the Texas Sute Times. Yam Horgfosr. fx TOUAX T. O. TTEAW1B. r, ft Texan—one whois too young to * being a politieiao, and whose highest \ an for the happiness found in an and to pass his days in ob- your attention on a public , (at this once. i of my inability to do justice , I take up my pen to record my L tot sincere tribute to one of the great [tiferftth—one who has long since reached summit of Fame's Temple, and now tlte vapors of envy and the fogs of ob- gather below, the "eternal sunshine of glory and freedom beams on his brow in Mti Wate of meridian brilliancy! There ke stands in the majesty of conscious aqfl who has dared the storm of Md bravely breasted the dark-rolling «f Eevolution, reddening them with I own patriraatfblood! He/eel, that Texas I tome, and he still clings fondly to his I and beautiful land of adoption, al- ter ungrateful sons are striving to „ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 February 1856

4 am nm batumut bt . JONES. I & FORD k Ja WALKER BDITKD BT 8. FORD. h::: SA" I, FEB- 9, 1856. Mluipa annum, invariably in Arums, February 1st, 1856. Jjra. T. Pbcitt is authorial to settle of the lat* firm of Ford & Davidson are requested to come forward JOHNS. FORD. W.T. DAVIDSON. F« an authorized to announce L G. L. of Lockbart, as a candidate for Dis- t Attorney of the 2d Jndicial District,—com- Fof the connties of Bastrop, Caldwell, Guad- ajj, Travis, Burnett and Williamson. m~ Candidates for speaker—Tlielr , Houston.—The production of Mr. f is published without endorsing his tspon Gen. Houston's opponents. „ | .. .i rkiTHSE.—Frjflay was a clear, warm - "''lie first of the sort for many weeks. h. Chambers.—Tho card of this gen- i is published to day. We differ with •ly in his premises and conclusions, Iciraceivc. much of his dissatisfaction or- i from an unfounded notion, that he an object of peculiar hostility to many ; in Texas. He considers it due him lay bis reasons f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 February 1856

L \ minkj and now Parker i psy over the «sme to tie Ooanty A> Act to reorganise the Second Judicial , and fix the times of holding the Aft Act to provide for the liquidation and of certain meritorious claims nod. A* Aet to detect and prevent the payment of ftmhiletit certificrtes of Public Debt, and to ftrovUe for the collection of certain money AvTbj tin United States. authorising the Conntj Courts of i« grant License for the retail of I, tinons and intoxicating liquors, i qoantities leas than a quart, and imposing „ lioane tax for such privilege. A* Ad to fix the salaries of the Judges of i and District Courts, An Act defining the counties composing & Third Judicial District, and the time of ■keUisg tin Courts therein. rAn Act creating the county of Maverick. An Aet to create the country of Uvalde. • An Act to create the county of Young. An Aet to create the countyof Kinney. An Aot to lvalue the official acts of J. p. Damn, District Surveyor of Grayson An Act amendatory of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 February 1856

to; youj .VP jo* +'• the ballance as you may see . j sir, tkoagn we may accept this soil it will be no finality. Is 1 not already, in connection with this another, proposing to appropriate 1 of and hundred and twenty-three and dollars, to make np to those 1 whose claims we have estima- ,; t their foil face value, the difference what they will receive under the ; of Congress (78 cents} if accepted I that to Which they are entitled. here such appropriations by subse- at legislation would end, God only t>ws! Sir, I repeat, tho acceptance [ this proposition would not finally set- oar debt, nor is there any honorable Sting place for Texas; her scaling sys- abandoned—save in ultimate, corn- full and perfect payment of every of her debt at its face value. > whole history of this matter shows lit'the Government of the United States j in bad faith towards the State ' Texas. But we are $old that policy— |>licy—policy would require the final ilement of thi? vexed question. { Policy !—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 February 1856

TEXAS /> *>U MEin. TIMES. \0 CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS,? SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1856. NUMBER platform. Party of On Bute of Texas, i CaarMtSon wrtK 4<*ua m *• eariiaal HjHUe of its W£ani7«uioo— • .. Lfti itamllon to political officea, executive, laflllli'r jadidal and diplomatic, of those only wfco an aaitra Americans, or who being atisans of the RepnbSc of Texas at the time of its anneia- Ogi to the raited States, made citizens thereof by A* act of both Government®. '■ IL tte preserraUon aad perpetuation of the Q—gHrian, and the Fedenl Union as the bul- mttk *4 wr liberties in war—and a primesource ■jex—• ™ta—and Individual happiness— to all attempts to weaken or des- formation or encoarage- rraphical parties—at this adversary to its stability, on of the Constitution of •ad die preserration of all the M, secured or reserved in the iaculcatinf forbearance and a har- ' " aettliatf aaoarent or real con- - relodfaiting the exer- Ji. Federal Gwersnient. of the period for the natttal-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 February 1856

rvfble >f theL One of ly called the Wb mono inn utokat by )5ES. J. S. FORD & JO. WALKER. 8. FORD. L—Three dollars per ahnam, Atrrrrn, February w,' 18W- * ; J*b. T. Paurrr is authorised to settle i of the, late firm of Fau> ^ Dajimo*. I are feqoeste<Wto come forward ^JOHN S. FORD. Wm W. T. DAVIDSON. r axe authorised to aMOftnce L O^i- " of Lockhart, as a candidate for Dis- iT of the 33 Judicial District,—com- e counties of Bastrop, CaMwelk-Goad- , Travis; Burnett and Williamson. . v. Mr. Zively will preach at the C. P. h to-tnorrow at 11 o'clock. "The following gentlemen constitute . Committee #f the Ameri- JHCWHABOOOS, G- W. DAVIS, PhillekP, Ed Btmwosr, A. W. . >• ■ |lfi' i r j's Maoazuie.—The number* of il come to hand very irregularly. , for December has jut been received, ■r of choice literature the Magazine welcome visitant. There is as j .{toad tending, in as cheap a form, to be in tbe re-pablicatio>is of^ Leonard Scotfk : ' " , to faunl In tbe tome spaca aoy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 February 1856

!L Wit? i F.LUt.SOek, 1866. '.W to ; •!£ fA? &tf? relating to the Public '*"k 'ad been dinp-iiud of— . XA.KVKR *atd: I rise, Mr. fltefcfea.to lr.akpan., sonal explanation. ifri^icV to a matt" r to>kich I should ied the iUte :tioft of the House .5 ease. bid the state of my MfiaiUe l. I refer to an article : pearetl in the "State Times, i xe ef ^*iroiry 19th. It is head- eftping tlio People Out,"—and . foSoKS^ . resclj^a of Mr. Tarver was j Mr. 'yest as anti-republican : nfctftr aad tendencies., His re- •a ly i&d&iate his opinions and It is ra'her a strange thing force I> nocratic members of ^aiare tc idopt * resolution sa- if "dark-lai tenrism," especially so much vat- ?;;\i by them against r-4M«?tks -ui-d secret meetings.— f«. oj t > be -rrambling after the ^ '-ithes the A merican Party have a&dp " with pleasore. The lat- ter ps. hnve been j jdalonsly endeavor- |ag to est themselves of all secresy— fcj pk heir orincipies and their move- m--;-v r-'ftwe the br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 February 1856

j *boat its being iritlroat benefit JLJ *1ti i uni'mii of the Legisla- ■ of 1862 and tint of 1854 railroad rises of the most stupendous ek&r- fet«r\rere projected and charters were tanked by them to intersect the State ■wary possible direction to corporators Many of the prominent i of the State were forming asaocia- for the purpose of engaging in those of internal improvement that were king projected, by which they expected ■timiw large private fortunes for them* Elves out of die land and money that ne proposed should be given by the |tate for the construction of her inter- provements. This eoaree of pol- produced a desire on the part of the 1 ilc of the State to have an immense smryfer her educational and internal Dvement wants. Propositions were to the Texas creditors that they permit the State to appropriate entire ten millions of dollars for [the H. W. territory had been sold tevwt it in railroad stocks, and that i stocks should be transfered to them tyment of their claims a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 23 February 1856

*4S ja -asn&i'PG&i WtH 8t^0|Aw •srft «0 fc « $j£&8 .-vj ateiatfgB 6 Is* >2*«1W« 4ft. '8fT«*!T8> A REPORTER. TEXAS STATE TIMES. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23,1856. NUMBE] l: ■ssgg. A DwjmbeIV 19,1855. t FobKc Debt Bill being under con- )MCPKINS said: Mr. Speak- been my desire to record my i opoa this question; and 1 be- sa.y with truth, that, I hare Imjclaims upon this Body for £«K l*tionto it. And though l to speak upon it, regard Ido, as the great question of f, y«t l -was not satisfied that I had ~ Jjftnj great importance to on the stfhject, beyond what had jl>y the advocates of the bill l.this floor. But there are one or .TOWS in which the subject might __ as It occurs to . me, which Ig^ liat struck theopponanteof the ac- of the proposition offered by <U&ited States Congress to Texas, k have they occurred, it seems to me, firrends rf tbstacceptanfce. I do aet upect, by anything I may be able So say, to operate upon this- House to :«iy ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 23 February 1856

/ / i< WBs roiusHro tract mtomt bt MES. J. a FORD * JO. WALKER. KDIIKD • &IOIES* T L::: SATURDAY,FEB- 23,185a -Three dollars per i A cm*, February 1st; 1856. , J*o. T. PfcciTT is aiihoriwl In settle i of the late firm of Foan & Davidson. ebted are requested to come forward JOHN S. FORD. W. T. DAVIDSON. an authorised to announce I. Q. L. of Leckhart, as a candidate for Dia- of the 3d Jndicial District,—com- f the comities of Bastrop, Caldwell, Guad- sys, Travis, Burnett and 'Williamson. •The attention of the city anthorities is ally invited to a small edifice in the ' the Mayors office. , & Wist.—Attention is called to of these gentlemen, if talect and [ acquirements can win their way to a ' practice, these gentlemen wilt assuredly t recipients of much patronage. - t Gobbler Cask.—'This- remarkably im- i ease has been reported and will be ed in fall next week. This adjodica- t have a tremendous effect upon oases i of years to come. No fowl rtispr ! be wit liont the rep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 23 February 1856

at this, •re the only two parties Co*. I *wU<T now inquire of i fiw the Kalamaww district wlutt ' ground taken on this ques- jt dnring tke late canvass? Hr iT.wnwi J|r. Clerk, I do not ____ i purpose of i" efpoKtical orthodoxy be- tkm Know Nothings and r*i« matters which are for T do not aak the gentleman to have made inquiry merely for die Xc. Cox. I ha i of ntting information in reference Mad upon which the late Congress- fought in the State of & wmm.i I Falbridgx. However, if it will ac- the gentleman from Kentucky, I am willing to state what I know in relation t <4be matter. [Criea of " Go on!" Hear y^l"] I am averse, Mr. Clerk, to being yihiff for the purpose of settling a qpsrtip* of political orthodoxy for the Demo- astH.puty, « between that party, or any la of it, and my good friends the twelfth- of Americans, so called, upon this ,f betas Ay friend from Kentucky baa ■hitft me for information, and as I am p desirous of oontribating as much as poe- sible to the harm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 23 February 1856

*r •Save MM disputed by If it .Hg*, tfiSfcfifcidhwe rtli Wsrtjts* -#l4 npt be driven . it by intimidation, or led by persna- If it b wrong and unjust, afcd we f (white aeting tmder it) under the itftfioh of repudiation, the act of Con- loes not relieve as from the obnox- i charge. There is, there can be no mean,-in this matter.'Either " lished policy of the State most- or that being abandoned, we ; pay our debts at their ostensible" value, principal and interest until There is no other honorable ajter- ,; and for one, let this bill pass, I favor the claims of the creditors to lest extent*-and tfcthi* it welcome last. jiasriswsivss sa I i Jot it is Contended that the settlement tL This I deaje oil iB not so con- by the creators, so far as I ean I appeal to the record. "The lion of Gen. Hamilton is worth some- ayin this matter. He says: • ' Whilst.I am far flfom regarding this | the most favorable settlement We might a, yet to secure harmony of action, rould co-operate cordially and u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 1 March 1856

Emm M THE TEXAS STATE TIMES. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1,1856. ^50*1512 fkprcseittattoes. fflTERT" Dsckvbxb 15th, 1855. The Ml relating t* the Public Debt hav- ing been taken up, Mr. TARLTON add: Mb. Speaker, In the remarks I shall make on the sub- ject under discussion. I shall confine as arach as possible to the issue tmrm before us. I folly concur with gen- , Weaken who have preceeded me in their ' Appreciation of this important measure to toe considered by this Legislature. They elicited more interest in this State j* f may say the United States, than that have heretofore come before ■[• '6m body. Sir, this is an important / *0180 in me history of Texas. The mind reverts to her noble career in by-gone ;t jsyi. It traces her records during her connection with Mexico. It dwells with peculiar pleasure on the " Declaration "Independence." It reviews with admiration ancLjatribtic pride the thrilling scenes that gave birth to liberty Boring that dark straggle Texas was to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 1 March 1856

fate Ikes. ktslbbsd stmt saturday bt w. E. JOKES. J. S. FORD & Ja WALKER. XDITZD BT JrM. B. JOKES JL JOHI8. FORD. AUSTIK,;; SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 18.% j—* !~j^=g=s-—-=^=^— ' yDW—Three dollars per annum, invariably in Austin. February 1st, 1856. Chflt J o. T. Pbottt is authorised to settle the book* of the late firm of Fokd k Davidson. The** indebted are requested to rc.me forward and settle. JOHN S. FORD. W. T. DAVIDSON. IJ^We are authorized to announce L G. _L. MoGEHEE. of Locktaart, as a candidate for Dis- trict Attorney ofthe 2d Judicial District,—com- prised of the counties of Bastrop, Caldwell, Guad- loape, Hays, Travis, Borne tt and Williamson. t #Ve an authorised to anaoonee L. H. LUCK-- BTT. Esq., as a candidate for District Surveyor of Ttfris band District, to fill the vacancy occasion the resignation of H. L. Cpshur, Esq. i t Wkathex.—There . has been considerable rate. The ground is1<*> wet for plOdghmg- The weather is temperate—occasionally a ■bejaft^priag-lifcada...

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