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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 1 March 1856

VntanM, Mexico, Jan. Si, 1858. JDAbnr qf tkt State Timtt— % way of New Orleans, yon are doubtless, this, informed of what has transpired in ftfcs iotsrisr of tbe thieving Santa Anna's late ■Hihiwir iirf now I will send you a summa- ry of the news in. this section of the *-magnani- nation's temtorr- Tbe partisans of the new State of "Itarbide," are yet in open rebellion, and are now encour- aged and apheUby the rebel General, Uraga, whs aelnewledges -them as an independent lain, in hie rerotntioeary programme. Gov- ernorGarza, from Tampico, however, has sent sauta W on to briny them to their lenses, if they ever had any, and they will be quartered eaifstg the hi to prevent Uraga, also, from sur- prising t ha port of Tnxpan, on the Gulf. -h ■ Another detachment of *00 men has been ssUtta Sen Idas Potosi, from Tampico, and *0^ 6nthe reed, be re-inforced by the Nation- al Goasds, Dm Tula. From this place, other fsMss will be sent to keep an eye on tbe moon- tata pasM, and give timely no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 1 March 1856

addition *1* 4k** vagal nriHiow of &a*d cash in her own vanlte. If the ob- ject of establishing this credit aiaayLis to involve oar State in debt, and thereby increase the already onerous Taxes un- der whislLve are laboring; that argument rather confirms me in the position I Bare taken. It has been the daily cry here in this Capitol for several weeks before this discussion commenced, especially on all WMnaking appropriations, that Texas, tras rich, that she had an over-flowing troastry, that sho had millions of money —bat now, Mr. Speaker, it is changed to the «ry—Texas must accept this bfil in order to establish credit. There is one other feature in this bill vrlKch I shall briefly notice and then eonclnde. It is that daase which re- quires that Texas shall withdraw and abandon all claims and demands against the United States, growing oat of Indian depredations and otherwise, which origi- nated on or before the 28th of February, 1855. This will include all Indian DV predatkms c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 March 1856

Hi jg'ite THE TEXAS STATE TIMES. VOLUME III. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MARCH 8,1850. NUMBER 1, L*—5* i is He frost of fUpresentaftocs. j - W. FTy^EkeTl^POR^FER. &iZZ being under discus- after the remarks of Mr. jAND of Liberty, WBST said: As it is growing late, I shall not detain the House long— ;#weh shorter time indeed, than I had ■ rifigmaflyintended. from the fact that I bate mislaid 'some few memoranda, and At figures upon which, I mostly relied 1§K die discussion of this question. Like the gentleman from Washington, ' (Me* ISarver,) who addressed the House this morning, I feel that no apology is QMessary for me or any gentleman to '«9$r for expressing fully his views, in re- lation to this question. It is in my opin- ion, and that of every one who has the interest of Texas at heart, one of the ffWWt momentous and absorbing questions that can be presented to this legislature for its discussion. % in passing upon this measure, we ere fashioning and shaping the destini...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 March 1856

\ii«' v f e p7bushxd ktkkt satuftday bt IE. JQNRS. J. 8L FQBD & Jft WALKER. ■ um BT . B. JOffM & JOK11V 8. FORD. Istj^jSATPRPAY, MARCH 8.185& TERMS.—Three dollars per annum, intariaUy in Acsnir. February lit, 1856. Cipt Jjio. T. PaciTT authorised to settle i book* of the late firm of Foanft Davidson. i indebted are requested to come forward f wttle. JOHN & FORD. W. T. DAVIDSON. Ifg-Wc are authorized to announce I. G. L. iEHEE. of Lockhart, as a candidate for Dis- i Attorney of the 3d Judfcial District,—com- 1 of Ike counties of Bestrop, Caldwell, Guad- ayi, Travis, Burnett ana Williamson. f*#We are antborixed to announce L. H. LUCK- !" Esq., a* a candidate for District Surveyor of avis Land District, to fill the vacancy occasion- L by the resignation of H. L. Upshur, Esq. Public Documents.—We are under ob- ligations to Gens. Houston, Busk and Quit- [ man-^-Gov. Bell and Judge Evans for the itton of pnifie documents. WxATHER.—The weather continues rainy, [«o much so a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 March 1856

—«*Sfi5S! where ■ conflic* Cra- Pro.iBBjmt, Feb. 26.—Jost before the K.n^fa'ny commAced the Delegates frpm Connecticut, Mamchosetta, Rhode Island, Ohio, and narts of the Illinois, Iowa, and I^l^Twegrtkm withdrew. The Convention then proceeded with the which sooa resulted in the nomi- [ Fillmore as a candidate for 'the riueidiwj. * d A. J. Donnelson for the Vice PrnM*QJ- N*w IaSUKS FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL elktjow.—The American Celt, and Irish TTiWnint paper, published in New York, says ♦Krf the eoiung Presidential election is to be a "straggle between the seven sacraments aaA. tks seventy thousand false ideas which tha fanatics disgnise with the name of liber- ty." Upon wluch the Express remarks: For ue first time in the history of our be- lovedebuetry, the seven sacraments an to be dragged into the political arena— so thit instead of slavery, and Kansas, Mis- souri compromises, and Wilmot provisos, the Boaaanish platform is to be— ~ Communion, Extreme Unction, Holy Orders and Matrimony...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 March 1856

* 3 r*nd pwsed is that State I aa sorry to wj that :ly gndi «n amendment u Jm th« very same language. , in tbe ease of the Gaston and i Railroad. That road went into , and the State, in order to pro- bed to lend the company r to keep the road from going down, i would not buy the road, nor an of it, because it was d be bad policy; conse- ► she bad to issue her boads, and ■ fands to the railroad to prevent . becoming functus officio—-dead, letter on the statute book, fad revived with that assistance, _ am told, is now in a flourishing ition, and the property of a corpora- I say, Mr- Speaker, that the trammeling any company with i intendment like this, would be preju- Lin the greatest degree. i stand here as one of the representa- I of a section of theeountry which is r interested in" die successful prose- : of Internal Improvements. Iam wedded to any particular scheme. It [true, I hare taken ground against what rknown as the 8tate Plan. 1 have done f from honest conviction; and the mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 March 1856

Mr . * jy STATE" •s ,- gl,,, v, t i i > I c1 rift oteti liilU V • - e m. CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS, SATURDAY. MARCH 15,1850. number m Tfce New Grenada correspondent of the Picayune gives an interesting «f & visit to the residenee of Santa Tarbaco, four leagues from Cartha- fffev." . His Appearance.—"The Ex-Dietator appeared almost immediately. I had known him ten(years before in Havana and had ex- pected to find him much changed, bat if there was any alteration, it was for the better. He in ill. the appearance of a well preserved "nan of fifty, about 5 feet 10 or 11 inches & he%ht, with a large, robust person, erect and somewhat rotund. His eyes are dark, •and tin projecting brow gives them a sunken :mppeftfMttytnaiiiig their color changeable with the* frying light. Complexion a fine •oliTe^no whiskers or moustachce, and with the exception of a few crow's feet aboat the ~ Vof the eyes, no wrinkles are to be seen [lis brow. His hair is of a light iron ior, but I am told that h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 March 1856

®ej§ate fines. i'inn umtit rr W. E. JONES. J. S. FORD k JO. WALKER. WILLIAM I JNTB k JOHN 8. FORD, Editas. vMAl«mi5,l85& par annum, weerieify m «%.We an mthorirtd to nnaounce JAME3 B. PiClM a w M>U for: District Surveyor of Travis Land District, to fiHtbe vacancy occasion- f by the resignation pf ft L. Uushur. areanthorised to aaoonnce Col. A. O. WR, of- Travis county, as a candidate far Sher- 111 at the approachiog election. We are 'anUiorixcd to aqnonncf LO. L WcGEHEE. of LockBart, as a candidate for Dis- trict Afforoqr of the 3d Judicial District,—com- prised •t the coantirs of Bastrop, Caldwell, Guad- lospe^^ays, Travis, Bamett and WiUkaason. * W g araaatUkonaed to announce L. H. LUCK- KTT. E*q., as a candidate for District Snrreyor of Tnrria'Land District, to fin the vacancy occasion- ed >y the1 resignation of H. L. Upshnr, Bsq. For Nicaueca,—Several young gentlemen have left this city, for Nicaragua. On Mon- day evening, Mr. Charles Coney left, in the La.yaea, stage,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 March 1856

T ffthgiUliI toft* BaMngaaSan.) fluianii. Feb. «*—Tl National Council puwd this eramngthe principle* published oo thelSth , l km WMhiagtoa Of**", •« * rabstrtate t. tk. —iwj «!.tfani established by the Jane Owrmtkm. The-rote itood yew 108, nays 77. ■y,,!,,, umlinii fni tThi~ made speeches on llMitifrrrt some declario? that the platform Vaa a" deaith-bhMr In Americanism in Ohio, i*MI earoressed themselves content, «ad defended Mr. Ford, of Ohio, from the vfcmeof Blaek Bepablicamsm made by Mr. of Hew York. TWCsoneil is still in session at ten o'clock t«i*ht, tat will probably soon adjourn, sine Tkspiatform alluded to is as follows: id. An hnmble acknowledgement to the ftyisae Being who rales the Universe for his pratoeting care, vouchsafed to t nr fathers in lMir saoeewfoi revolutionary straggle, and liHTlift- manifeAsd towards us, their descen- dants, in the preservation of the liberies, the indeoendeoee, and the union of the States M. Tb# ewpeteation of the Federal Union " mattto pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 March 1856

BR Speaker, that when the holidays were over, we should do something this House. We kve done nothing now for nearly a fortnight; in fact, we have done very little since the session commenced. I had hoped, however, that we shoald begin aing to do something in the way ilation; bat if we are to be pes- ith these motions for adjournment, day after day, daring the remainder of the session, we had better adjoarn tine die this morning. I am opposed to both the original res- olution and substitute. I am opposed, at the present moment, to fixing a day ccrtain for our adjournment. I want first to get through with what business of importance we have before this legis- lature. There are a few bills of impor- tance which the people of this State ex- pect this legislature to act upon. The gentleman who advocated with so much zeal the original resolution, says that we have done nothing, and if wo continue here wo will do nothing, and that the longer we sit here, the worse it is for thd country; an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 22 March 1856

1 y*m h r,i>Vr,S*ae s w? , t tV*-i STATE" TI MM ;i;.< CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1850. Nl :m^w this qu< of the House to tkst I address tl der veiy unfayor- House lias be- j no doubt, of this been stated that eve- i this floor has made "relation to the question, 't*§§® e®ort on -the part to give their views, Wb- that f jMttpl« d in. It may ed jus nothing but a spirit of to. give my views after m much has it; but, sir, I feel it to duty to do bo. npon this fbofr, by the ] had the iword in ene hand and the purse to my mind, a most striking difference rathe ©tie?. It produced Such sn ex-j between a general and special pledge. ; citestentks perhaps was never -witnessed ;Jf a man were to hypothecate to his ! in this con-nry i>afc-iv previous occasion, i creditors all his estate, I would call this ^ 11 have sce'a tB;s apintry in distress ; I a general pledge; but if he hypotheca- ! have seen,,her ia double; I have seen ■ ted a particular estate ot piece of pro- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 22 March 1856

m! 1 quite exer a bilitt of the can party Banksu 3*8. i of 0. Ltrcs- reyor of occastoa- I Uprtarf E*|. r: I.-. seems to ifeek has r. 1 : yflwi* will ho a" I ^ lit ffil* . . . J a*WvHiiiw, «v 'TO Sneeo^wtJie New Cap* —h- rdreVsy existing •^Ub Mow of the Itedi^Tery " StbtS*. •. v..;' . ' -V-. - ?■ ; In aftsmrtince of tfie cf <R0 fond able to ability and !j unfort'dnat^B^MBB es after what he facetiously terms the "cvi- He started oat by an assertion of certain things as facts—when called upon to JMke them good—he re-asserts them, and Hl&llr&eungrounded affirmations "eviden- ces." If Mr. Huston were a Jnlius Cesar, of whom Shakspeare makes Antony say— "But ve?tcrday, the word of Cesar might Hiive stood against she world"— then might he claim to have supported his^poeitiana—for they are asideniaUy made against the world—against the records of Congress and the declarations of the actors. His remarks in the first part of his article are toot shallow and too sill; t o merit reply...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 22 March 1856

it lp|i mm M t , has isaed a > fgitftory *n m- -Bepoblic.— i Clayton- f, and tho woohl be disposed God grant of «*ojr s, loyal f ii part of the iR. fe Xinnev prelaw** irt Tir- f«sto Shepherd Ii Haley. to stud territories fee Gorern- iblie, in the Mortise of its tite riiAti, which tfce **v& oUimin afcdnpon thesaid iff end void, an of no r, eteiy aliens- ■ i aba *oid. k Brier, end j chimin* this on- ire declared guilty of ef- " ' ef Central Ame- of Nicaragua bars d«e> r sttsadtbe Convention of There ii a pro- and ot theaeqnies- _ other State* la the new, order of fia !C gentleman is reported Her Mow Orleans oa the 15th Feb* riot, probably, to. He New Orleans as early .as. >ef las <ieparfure, if not before. Sasflfeasite J4EIiqie fcrfeagE eontrated in'Carraoe. t The Duke of Norfolk | A msUtfioferrl waafcsfnd an An* n*of % Iktstjr arrived at tosN^OHw ■ , - t** «**• M« ic.--^a i extiBgoisbing tho hopes r the MMt broeght by the passengers THX fuci Monomer. HIM* was to OHO o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 22 March 1856

m i i </ i^.aiigy**? • y '■"rj ■' . Sot this Jss* Swip' sot bei '-««*W,T! , , the twll secow -cmt BAKER t SMYTH'S AD VS. Notice. kUR business will hereafter be conducted as ' nearly as possible on the cash system. -\9 BAKSB4SMYTH. Our Store will be open on Sundays for compounding physicians' prescriptions nniit II o'clock, a. h., and After 2 oJeJoek, p. *. Dec. 16, 1855:3y BAKER 4 SMYTH. "PRESCRIPTIONS compounded at any JL hour of the day or night, sign of The Mortar, at [26tf] BAKER k SMYTH'S Drag and Chemical Store, Pecan-st. IE OFFER YOB a genuine and scien- tific preparation! THE AROMATIC in double WJNE OF VlNINJB; which, for strengthening hat nit the' ronova:ing the system -when enfeebled by CMUs and Fever, or Intermittent Fever, and as an agree- able tad efficient tonic in all cases of febrile debi- lity, «< mnoibt excelled. It has been prescribed in several cases, by phy- sicians, and ire hare their assurance that it will folly answer,the purpose for which it is intende...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 29 March 1856

hks jfc «r Mk. t -r wasssea 'ATE ra. CITY AFi TE SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 183 t, Jas. Improve- on Internal Improve- j to whom was referred a bill (from the Senate) for the relief of the Galves- ton and Red Elver Sail way company, ternary to the several acts in- said company, have hod the . '4^'" mature consideration. imain quiet on this occasion t committee have instructed me to back to the House with the ' amendments, and respectfully ' m&mMM ter and regulate the rates of charges in accordance with the interests of thd community. And hence, the avowed ob- ject of gentlemen will be satisfactorily accomplished by the adoption of this amendment. - Mr. LAWHON. This subject, Mr. Speaker, is one of too much moment to permit any man who feels the importance of Abe results which are to follow from "ways to the plunder of Big Wigs, (law- yers,) Engineers, Contractors and Land "Owners ; the Directors have been reck- less, and the shareholders seized with "insatiable cupidity for premiums, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 29 March 1856

mm v- f ^ —pr- Pw4;^ " r-.* " SK?:. i3^pP?§iB£ £*'-' ... • 34?--' -- .v l3# <* * ' j WSS^E3 y?5¥H.tJ-4®' *yj *. ■ >$f l*. ^ '' -' •Vj:tr +a£i H 3j. rouno itb uiwat n V.E. JONES. J. S. F0RD & J<X WALKER. i im t & fO&H Editors. SATURDAY, MARCH 29,1856. ■::-4 i 1 I.—Three ioUarsper rw« ■* irt authorized to announce JOSEPH j E q., as • candidate for the office of Attorney for the 3d Jndiciaf District.— in Aagost. 'l n. _ J^We are authorised to announce MiJ/JAS. . (ilLLETT as a candidate for the office ofiCoun- r Cleri of Trariacoiuty .We are *a thoriiedto announce JA1TES R. FAGS, as * candidate for District Surveyor ot i TrarU Land District, to fill the vacancy occasion- " tedgnaUon of H. I. Upshur. ... |jf w'e are anthoriied to aaaounce CoV A. 0. VsiR, of Travis county, as a candidate for Sher- .•■ iS-ai the approaching election. Wfr* an authorized to announce L O. t. EHKE, of Lockhart, as a candidate for Diaj f of the Id Judicial District,- lit* eoouties of mmfmi ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 29 March 1856

: K I BAKU. m?, isgsspi it ied. espocislly as tiey at that enormous expense to i. is not the greatest evil of d - „ this branchifcg privilege to the "©ilvwton and Red H liver Company; The ia the. valley of the Colo- i Austin and Ri'ch- j feeT keenly the want of a Railroad, lit rich and productive corai- feci that by uniting their en- on, one road, and co-oge- fe tHarri«t.m-g Company, ie to accomplish the work. knovrthat it will, require perfect , conceatration and co-operation to \noyt fheirpastexDerience proves there are tfro companies --L's to mate a road through their ot -^ountry their energies are di- ireen thCTj^ and ^th^ far all eir el&tg have been, intf are split up :coriseiiaenc<J:lrns teen, and —* fear will continue to be, so 1 03 inpanies have the rL JiOUWi • - ^ _ k OUR business will hereafter be conducted as neatiy as possible on the cash STatem. d~fcar Store will be open « ■fHI Hi O. ©. F.—JOHNSON ENCAMP- • MENT, N . 4, organised July 15,18^ meeta on the fi?st nd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 29 March 1856

■m m & m at Harris- tbe MRHB0 of £ II $245,97 dkhihits what the Harrisburg tt defcg, and from this, some opinion ~ Mad m to what it is destined t« it fittrtj gets is operation, with * ration of boat connections from the various Mai] Stage connec- that will doubtless be made at Rieh place two lines, weunder- ia operation to Austin.—Gal. nrl. ^ IgP^S Philadelphia, March 2,1855. iv a* Editor of tk* American Organ; I am referred to ia manj placcs aa adopted boo of Gen. Jackson. Permit to sat thai yoa will give this note an ta- in your columns, in order that the faaeometed. The * bears his own tow tiring at the Hermitage. The *■«£■ and w ^ to his i ftatoi The Sandusky Register narrates the following affecting story: "la the Lunatic Asylum at Columbus is a pair of insane lovers. Mental anxiety of a peculiar character is supposed to have derang- ed the intellect of the young man, who was sent to the asylum some time ago, cured, it was thought permanently, and sent home.— While at home ...

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

m *i * ! i Wm ^. ••■*-. | %p* aa 6s||||jfl JjpS llM SSI * m$l% %:M % 5 •fee* | ■ill til CITY op aust: T "'- % j*U ■ 4&:.« <■***' 'Tv 11?^ i ■Irife. **&?%.,' ££*" ' f v"-'f ^V; • Y. APRIL 26, .1856. only ail exercise a controlling influence in forming ycmr collusions.' "* % v The services which you have rendered yonr country m the delicate negotiations entrusted to you,'aire justly appreciated. Tour pru- dence, discretion, and.-, ability have inspired the President with a confidence which would make him feel much more at ease,'if that delicate task could be in yonr hands. I Bat your sacrifices and risks have already been so great, that he leaves your decision entirely in your hands, and you need appre-, fcend no disapprobation on his part, if you determine not to return. It gives me great pleasure to assure you, j the publication of your official correspon- : dence wll gf t>" I WH 'R that I ■ give you a most enviable reputa- j tioa for the highest qualities of a statesm...

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

Sflfr- m TmW: -.#1 mm J 4 • i iHE ■• x.K, | JT . - y , ... . ;,, . < k State, fines. «T J. S. FORD k J(X WALKER. !STHfc M i mm* 0*r Flag ia , % ■«* . -,i The coadiet of General Q|itm n it the battle <jf Chapultepec sad the aabscqq^nt af- bich led to the occupation of^he city Mexico, has neyer been sufficiently known and appreciated To his energy and gener- alship the taMM of the Anerican arms was deeply indebted. Hia movements from Cha- p«ltepee to the Garit* Belen and even be- yond, were vigcroua and prompt, and were pore nearly controlle<f?Vy hia own will than has generally been supposed. Dnring this period ic is said to hare received. nn orders fro* Gen. Scott. The active operations (he outworks aDd fto lly against the well conceived 4pd brilliantly tforo the report oiGen/ Scott he intend "for Gen. Quit- k the GaiiU of Belen ipley in his history Grasshoppers. ive insec&.nre making sad havoc in this fhtee and its TOJicjjfcy.. Garde^ vegetables, ghnibbery andifrurt .t&...

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