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

i-i mm. r-.„ppate nwgp kf.^- 1 i I Wm ^jdWfeig ss*w I* V* i#.: «Anw i ass BAKER £ SMYTH'S AD VS. 1w^m fgifi:- : , - - & r 1pm ^maaaaifl f *,; j( \ yfaii A Hlt -iscoiiW Democrat has hit nttite fcntow case: „ came off before JoiUce Cook, lCh severely tested tlie powers ot > Three persons ™re arreted and hiro fo an a*satttt and batter}. vas'also a justice of the to be tried and the de- le the jarisiiiot ion of defendant claimed branch of the VV'au- eqo.il power with •lion between the mere lietion. etc, that fearing juris- ' he was his own jfit; and battery and that jnstiee he cotiH quietly ed ier \ \ seeing" Rfa£ PRESCRIPTIONS compounded at any hoar of the day or night, sign of r i6tf Ismffs Drugand Chemical Store, Pecan-st.' I I. MENT*ko^Torg&nised July IS, 1853; j|§j^ meets on the first and third Friday of each^®^ month at 8 o'elock, P. M. TTTB OFFER YOU a genuine and scicn- -/\\ tific preparation! THE AROMATIC JFINE OF QUIXOTE-, which, for strengthening and ro novating th...

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

Mkm i ■■!> J ,* lP^ 0 :6 i as J5S5 -S^.' d effitris OA tfai* ^ ,AU1* was ready for se% her in, and the ship un- Sag at single anchor. is topsail the next morning, nnah to sea with her. Tfie gtflat though tha Kng- i hp own,' that he would first attempt to ipake a pt aid creW of the -J the prospect of an ^SQch odds, but hopeful of /erUafcfyof an engagement .. thf fcyeign residents at Bio steamboat to accompany the t sea, in order that they might :eoietit. Rio de Janeiro, we learn .dmiral Johnson, of the _ __ Jstod on searching the riftsj which touched at that port- a New York via Pernambuco to was, that he bad received an '1 Adams, latf second mate intelligence that she had ier her coal, and also am- bad two sets of papers, and ierfto bean Americanves- * Russian privateer. terof the American squadron. * - of the "America" on snab, and questioned SateflSenf. Tlie charge was sompanied with a .rty shonld be sent Commodore gran - *" " 'Le Ray and searching £ they had ex- ..merica possi...

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

■HP Hi Mm .>&.5s ai>i &$ afc CITY OF AUSTIN. Tj gyt.;: E-Sv' KgiP .'i>' vgS^fa - . a- - *> ?93 £+&' fepr; . *- - V 1 *: - - v .• - g • ' - ; &*?&£? Alt*1 ' . $%- fSgSiflfE •-«. - -.. : _ > *5.'"Ft ^pga^--"<j v . -\ cvfcfc tffifci B>y4< . .>-j?"- • ■ &i -r-r-A-^io-.::*7°* £%i ■ • '■.•&iK < ><** ■>m tjmfc . some clays ^go, was Col. Garcia, commanding this line, who goes to see His Excellency ilitary affairs on this frontier. , . local news. , ^ •' MATAMOROS.^, -# • -*----■at 4 of the tiUS v > m ?■ •iOT the After all,w !et when ness, to say no sod getting op a revs «r two, for tbd <mfg . He tm • !!<•*! Facts for the Public. V Jwish there was audtht*- Pemocraticpiper in this county. I would not then be con*- to show a little faction, in its apparent light, up to the true democracy of Traviaf1-1 am charged with being over anxious t#get Now none that know me would|ever dream of such a thing. I shall carriBout that...

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

* r f :"-; f ' Mr. HP ■am ■jSSa of Bdl. FOR KLBCTORS, STATK AT LABGB, JOHy A. • WIIaCQX, of Bexar. SOFT H. fAYLOB, of, Fannin. BASTERK DISTRICT, J. #. FLAN! ^critical edi1 to yiftnt tbem from finding mare' nerts, the America* ticket is displayed at oor mast head. We have advocated American princi- ples, and of course in to doing, American can- i'v,' , — Senators. Rusk and I their i i "cas m . "-V ?r WM) 'M lute tper- apaay ta of ik« remaina of GiUaapw from their nrtiiig^baa near their daporition in the Odd The speech of „ Hon. J. occasion is spoken of with ion. It was donbtleas a fine theme was one which called and noble feelinga of the acted with the illustrious he bad suffered witfi one busy stirring scenes, which irn features of nationality lorious Lone Star Bepublio, upon the speaker's mind.— em. Wilson is compelled to such occasions—he would hisown emotions and do in- promptings of hisown heart to The subject waa calculated to ib power*. It waa one upon' which ited to dwell:—it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 May 1856

2AKER tf SM T)EE^CRIPTIO^S coiapQJUjded at any XT boar of tlie day < The Blortar; boor of the day -or, n£gl*t, sign o£ BAKBP. & S Chemical Store ->v mm And where j half be do broken ties ITy filial lore renew intn, April lift, 1856. <4 - -- Death in the l'ot. expression seems to hate early times. been used of 2d in fhe 4ta B '• H V SI OFFER *OC a gentfne and scien- fic preparation! THE AROMATIC [F QUJNIXS; which, for strengthening ing the system when enfeebled by Chills r Intermittent Fever, and as an agree- ment tonic ia all cases of febrile debi- excelledL prescribed in several cases, by phy- re have their assurance that it will the purpose for which it is intended, sold only bv < BAKER k SMYTH, tf Sign of the Mortar, Pecan-st. meets on tfief rstiandtMrfl Sriilay of egcli month at 8 olcloflt, P.>9- ? I 111 w. D.«rl CAPITOL UNION LODGE, No. l^of the? Independent Order of Good Somat&sittH and Daughters of Samaria, meets. ev&ry Monday evening at 7 o'clock. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 May 1856

4.. HriiiPHI South-West corner city .of lbMny ud Ssavtfacinto SO., f S®b "•V ' Mi .Vf WPHJ Thecoma acds aarch- f.but [without trophy. l aad raeh failures ia almost t of the service has characterized 1 it will he markadin hirto- i its propei^igaity to r« in authorised to announce 1 a candidate fir the office of c of Travis Gouty. Subject to the decision ' the American County Convention. Fe are authorised to annoonce L. BOTT, a* for Assessor end Collector of Trarlaco. ng August election. We are anthorised to annoaaceWIIXIAII J aea candidate for District Attorney of the Indicia] District. Election in August. "We are authorized to announce ALEX. H. I as a condidate for the office of Dis- r of the 2d Judicial District. Election ) authorized to announce JAMES H. i a candidate for Clerk of the Coua- f Travis County, at the approaching ) authorised to announce JOSEPH as a candidate for the. Office of ley for the id Judicial District— i August. i authorized to announce l^aj.JAS. 1 as a candi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 May 1856

• * VI > - 'If 4.4. ' 4',. iSi ^wMI ■SI !v-' . - i«: t-^3 .?•' 1^ nil &.yr« CITY OF AUSTIN, TEJIS ■■ l&MRDA Y. MAY 10, 1856. HB •** -c.^y ifc^iN|^«iBag -?• 1 m msMam « - t-_£ •<- **wir- - a conclusion is repugnant to every principle of trial and defence. The administration of public justice requires that in its search af- ter truth, and its jealousy of the security of s citizen from oppression, that, when accused, he Bhould be free—perfectly free—to act and speak, without any other apprehension than the responsibility which be owes to his own 'conscience, and the character of the tribunal which he is being tried. The record of no ceurt, as it is ke] clearly the case as it was presented to the J many tilings occur which enter into merits of the inquiries, which can be but committed to paper. cqurt before which I was tried heard they saw the witnesses, they exum- sjad^into the origin of the charges against knew who my accusers were, they iir acts and motives upon a view ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 May 1856

mm sm m TT& rtfu. tH fcxv *\- Sii--■ -i-v im±% ^fgSIl fpl w§m &;9g| 1811* -" t"; 111 if* IfNG rmSi M V * m rATKTEKAWlER, <TOKW * *■ '' ^ S COMPTROLLETt, BOBliRTSON, §e*ff;.|| The prsij nd editor of the Waco_ Statesman rted another editorial upon its readers ibject. , y "the assertion of the Times, that of Kansas lias the poWer to th« Territory; the Kansas o sbeh power, and we call ke {rood its assertion, which we have above rine of the Kansas Nfb cac- hes" that the slaveholder those Territories with hi* there, unmolested by ling, until the question of by their entering the Confed- tbe Territories ati constitdtion- ijPpoWe*; SSt nothing more." This emc! from the Statesman fully eon- firms lb# charge we made. The editor has not reatf, nor does he understand, the provisions Kansas-Nebraska bill. We did not in- o offend the gentleman, when we stated ignorant of the subject he Was discuss- VVe asserted it as a simple tact, and it is i§<18w' editor has proved ayainst himself...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 May 1856

riSR < * f -M 1 * . 3M wBPv b^jgf r. ""•*■* <#£* •ft; r strengthening .«£'• .?? [ th at: c nre grow: e Native Farm, beat n showing. ) land, W** .rv.fc-" apa ©« ; 4ife; BAKER ,f SMYTH'S AJ>V'S. PRESCRIPTIONS compounded at any iioitr of the dap or night, sign of The Dlorter, st [26£f] BAKER & SMYTH'S Drag aad Chemical Store, .Pecan-st. Yf7"£ OFFER TO® a genuine and scira- VV tlffe preparition! THE AROXMfa WINE OF QUININE-,which, and ronova.'ing the system when dSfcebled by and fever, or Intermittent Fever, as an agree- able and efficient tonic in all cases of febriledebi- lity, cannot be excelled. 1 It haa been prescribed in several cases, by phy- sicians, and we hare their assurance that it will fully answer the purpose for whicli it is intended. Prepared and sold only by BAKER k SMYTH, Jane 3. 27tf Sign of the Mortar, Pecan-st. GREAT BARGAIN!! Twenty Thousand acres of Choice LANDS for sale on the Eastern mar- gin ofthe Brazos River, at and above the Great Falls in Falls...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 May 1856

> Si §885 #. ' *f tf^' ••f* #: -s^'tr • ,'s#- • •** m* m josus hsss mm *i i •aw arb heivdeksox, Attorney* at Law, L PRACTICE llf THB FEDERAL AND Supreme Courts at Austin, and In the Sec- " 'ill Courts, and adjoining counties. Jcsiah fislc, Austin, Texas; Wm. H. Georgetown. Tolun chu. gfc %— ider Capt. TfaU ■W tSat Uit oav i ne«a#*af.n 'fat$is < ** treasurer's office, \ Ausnsr, May 9th, 1856. ( oence the payment, on the 3t(h !■ Month, to Capt. Charles e. f-of Mounted Volunteers, the three " riated by Act of the State Le- i Jan'y 14th. 1856, entitled "An ovide for the payment of Six Companies uted Volunteers that were mustered into rice of the State of Texas on the 1st day of .. „jep,A. d. 1854, under a requisition of Bre- t Maj. GenT Persifer f. Smith, and to pay the uses incofredby said Companies." utnants will. be required to identify tbem- i by affidavit of tiro members of the Compa- i mustered into the Company of Capt. Travis stin by-j as. s. Gillett, Adjt. Gen'l of the on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 May 1856

-v> #*53a.w&'' ajjas * # -tseps ;« au£ tat :: ova turn -UlittVItf STATE TIMES: 1 cj * i CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY. MAY 81, 1856. *5— NUMBER 25 •" 3naM*BICAN CONTENTION ^ JfiMtclat District. ' jfrt pursuant to adjournment of the 10th §0^^ III Glascock Baildiog, in the city The following delegates fiom nmtien comprising the Judicial . -appeared and took their seats: Bastrop County—Joseph O'Conner, B. A.ffcrtherford, A. M. Httbbard. Calbwili, CtoimfT—R. McWright, G. W.1 Miller, 1>. Jt. Evans, A. A. Scrugs, W. IF. Campbell, W. B. Coffee. " ,60ADAEUt>* County—Capt. N. Benton. •"hits Cot ntt— J. S. Owings, Edward Barfeeon. A. M. Lindsay, J. A. Wathins. . Witt i am son CoTJxrr—B. D. Bomer, S. A. Jfoyce, E. W. Talhot, B F. Knight TrAtis County—g. H. Burditt, Dr. fft 0. Pfcffips, proxy for R. M. Johnson, Wtfli Bryce, I. K. McCall, Geo. L. Walton, 'Col. j/ftBanbr, James Doxey, S. A. Taylor, proxy for Waddel. W. C. Philips of Trans, was elected Pres- and Joseph 0'Conner p( B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 May 1856

§tate Cirnes. JONES, FOED k WALKER, Proprietors. VUUILUBWXtik;m Uta, Fnrit, mjkJll liderable ilfcerest I National American Tickct, CTjSs for president, MILLARD FILLMORE, or m tmx. POR TICK PRESIDENT, AKDREW J. DONELSON. Or TSSSB88KS. American State Ticket :.u ?> , .v,-s • ... f_- . ... for attorxrt general, WM. STEADMAN, o/ Btuk. fttk state treasurer. MT. A. TARLTON, of Harrison. FOR COMPTROLLER, E. S. C. ROBKRTSON, of Bell. }i)r electors, state at large, JOHN A. WILCOX, of Bexar. KOBT. H. TAYLOR, <>f Fannin. EASTERN distrtct, J. W. FLANNAGAN, of Busk. wester* district, THOS. W. BLAKE, of Lean. Public Docbmemts. —Thanka to Gem. Busk and Quitman for Public Documents. Gkk. T. C. Macmickix.—This Napoleon of Southern landlords has been seeking a bmi ocas stand in Texas. Be has concluded to. take Hancock's Springs, at Lampasas.— Be will commence operations on April 1st, 1857. No man in the South is more generally and favorably known as* hotel keeper, than Gen. Maciuiekin. v - — ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 May 1856

• v*' •*•« Wfaietpmf, Th« fbiiowiag wBeatrf * fcelmg of hos- tiWfc&XST tSX ';-V:".3V- - Them have boon various s«n* within the •nttOMiit )Mrial(tk(\UiiitMl States. The n*™ooal difficulty which occurred at Madrid with Mr- Soote. nuiklas deeply, ami affect*the feeling* of the Empress greatly. Thisit no se- cret .bout Court. or to Americans who have i to its society, any more than that Louis M a acted opou by these pn*jufic«s. r, more than ever, yields to an influ- ence which even his superstition does not re- iSF5^5**- ■ The effort has been made to hold ap <mr pol- icy as graspin?, an<l to enlist combinations for tetf protection. Bat the most recent ami marked affront offered to us was on an occa- mou that .had peculiar significance. The AomDSancommiMion appointed to investigate and examine the military operations ami works connected with the late war, upon their return to Paria, called upon t:.e Minister <>l War, M. Barron, for permission to iuxpect the iapmvetiieats ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 May 1856

b s izstj farTtcikft 8* I". 1 ji IAom; onKow Yehrs d.ay, Hit Mud wii nsbaTad, his i etaekebe* Jh$ boot* vers nnbisteketl. •ad lie war Motrin* b«Hr in a picturesque at. tiivd*. with (us kmlauttDstllw nnn(lepiece, ■mti* ***** 8« tho* Ul k>«Mi(tt t this win tie •p rear, and How glorions it would tw'if "tha. !«Sm «dsM betarfncod to pop the qMtfiwv it i coKNfl>au with their ancient privileges. As he sat and watched the smoke mwh SOfraeefatly curied. Iris fancy (flowed *MMfe &*. How de^MM if wookl be to t^ffctaKt fondling on him, and sHtb*fefl(wr rfaned* eritearonng to do the agwjahta. As. he metlrafeii, hi* heart soften- er. StMhe bejtan *n feel a wjueanmh, woman- kb sensibility diffuse itself over his feelings, and !fcjj&*titfcc teAoi.1 feint with propriety the firsttime a tady shoutd Squeeze hishand. "Rap, tlpi rap," founded the door. Sam peepedthnagh(he Venilian blind.'. "Mercy," exclairMd he, uaad if there isn't Miss Jones, aod( ail >o (lishaSilte, and lookins like a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 June 1856

sife «; -j'bfloiitw -f* 1,'t -H' fcsMfejijf * hf?J4 if!*.*' )i}' ""-T--.: .a ';* WifiBSW-" "T1"™" <T£=f tlr, $ TEXAS STATE TIMES. v '€ action ♦ *^y2L r ) •c. BOCSS OF B*PMS«yT*TiyES, 1 • ' February 20, 1856.' j _ ___ _ 7df EK Kirke for the purchase of inraitnre, etc., being beforethc TTouse, after remarks by ether gentlemen— *- . .■•Mr-- LATHAM ami: Mr. 8pc«kcr, as i of the committee tawbwa was re- claim of E. Knfc,noW under con- it Jl«$m«i mo, a&* what has i. gentleman from Nacogdo- n. wuutree), in opposition to the 9 say something in support of the Jibe committee. What are the fects Of tie case £ Simply these: tljat Mr. Kirk Was commissioned by Gov. Bell to purchase the furniture, eta, necessary for the new 1 Capitol, for which ,aq appropriation of twen- ty-fire thousand dollars was made by the Le- gislature. tn pursuance of said commission, Mr. Kirk proceeded to the cities of'New YdA, Philadelphia, and Boston, and pur- chased the, articles at a much less price than the est...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 June 1856

Cnrni JONES, FORD & WALKER, Proprietors. IJOHB k m 8. FOROL Idiinrs. AV*m* '.J : SATFRPAT, JCTE V1856- dolbra ptt annum, m American Tickct FOB PRKIPKST, WLT.IRT) FILLMCftE, FOB VKK PEESIDSXT, JHDBIW J. DONELSON. American State Ticket IFOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, WM. STEADMAN, of Rwk. FOR STATS TREASURER. W. A. TARLTGN, of Marriem. FOB COMPTROLLER, JL R & ROBERTSON, of BdL TOB ELECTORS,"STATE AT LABGKr JOHN A. WILCOX, of Bexar. BOB?" ft TAYLOR, </Farmm EASTERN DISTRICT, X W. TLANNAGAN, o/ Bush. WESTERN DISTRICT, THOS. W, BLAKE, of Leon. In the columns of oar piper, to-day, will fee fcund «laige imoul of interesting and highly important news. Wear* in the midst ef exciting time?. The British Minuter, Mr. Cramptcn and the tores Brxkl Consuls who were implica- ted ia the enlistment business, hive all been hy Oar Government. It is he t who seem to hare relialfe in- that this step on the part rf oar (wiH he retaliated By tfie British >t with the dismissal of Mr. Dal- las, oar Mini...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 June 1856

V r MIC wam r Moore Re* Jttt> Warmr Cooler J D CooUge Mr Cue R i lo Cyrns Miss Mary T i J DC Bewoody X A. Mitt Jama* UprSD FlaonT BcheU J . MHwA DrH C WaWW Foobs James Ireen Adam Flaw T O Fox L 0 Freeman 0 C Fawrett W Fiib«r John i«* A H Fansher J D Ijnw A B Goodwin W ♦Janet D P Good Miss MartHai GnmYV Glenn E Garrett N T Hairi A Hubert WO Hamilton GmJsf- Hanson S Hillary L Himrod J Herman S HaigbtonS ay p Jtt tt * Jones A Jnbnsan S Tt^r, * Thoi J* Johnson Mrs M D* MtmVI. Jones W Rile Jias R v Lowe T S LaeyWC Lewi* Jobs N. Lelly P M JtO I Thos J Howell R Pop I« X Poe RH Piwttgt W Parkins 8 Payne E H Pinkny W O Patterson T Picking J Perrv Mrs S Ridel C Riley J Range H A Robinson ffT RifenSH Reed M A RetingerP Rii*?e A J Reager W-C Skinner Jaa 9- 8«orksB P Smithsofl W T If Shepherd B A Sagelv John Sample Thaa B- SWar W Scott J B Sanders k Powill Sawyers- f &' Stone A T* SpeyerP StnijiMon J S Scott Mrs R B" Selegast H Singleton J S Scbaper rbafles Sinton Marr Snle J T>e R* S5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 June 1856

I mm. The delicate cbaneter of our relations with torching Central American affairs, i everything «pon that subject of more intacest. The following letter fnm Padre Vijil, the sew Niearagoan min- ister, to Mr. Marcy, Secretary of State, gives • aaeeiaet history of the movements of par- tie* in that country, which preceded the eft- trance of General Walker, and may be deem- ed t*ItaM*> -maWMV.* Ikm Agustin. JrV £ to Mr. Marry. [Translation.] Wasuboto* CIIV, May 14, 185 J. To his Excellency William L. Maucy, Secretary of State of the U. S. of Ameriea. 8ni: The unhappy situation of the coun- try in which I was born, and the desire of j, exerting my best efforts to relieve it, have led me to leave toy native shores to come to npreaent its interests in the capital of this blessed Republic. , In your Exccllency's re- ply, declining to Teceive a former envoy, sent by my government, yon say: "Those who were chiefly interested in aarprisieg or overthrowing the former gov- ernment of that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 June 1856

- M P * ; 9 " ;J' '?&>-■* *•'"' _ iio sa u, a AWmr, May 1«, 1856. at TEXAS ions ofindiyiduals i are, or shoal d be, to re- and usurpations of snd to select. Enait- i to fill the political, mated by the Um ooantry. «: When an amoeiation thus constituted fails «f & watitatioo, the indi- vidual a—baa Wposing aaid association an ab«flnfl fHamallpoKtieal ties and «on- ne«onwith mid ittdciatfon, and are atliber- ty to form other apd new associations or po- litioal eotnbiaatiuns as tbey, in the exercise of their individual rights may see fit, or deem eiation, in exercising its Ijt^ sboald^W. ^oiiienced by pemnnal considerations, bat be Rowrned by a strict regard to peiaooel qualifications of tarifiridual applicants and the public good 4" m . ; American Doctrine. Williamson County American | The Bobbs and Griggs Vuisancn 1 The aanexed resolutions,adopted at aj ,... Meeting. ! Harper's "Easy Chaj" makes sad coi meeting of the people of QalVeston, and pub-' To tatify the nomination...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 June 1856

Cimes. FORD 4 WALKER, Proprietors. WILLIAM I JONG 1 MS I'Ml tttari National American Ticket FOB FOR VICE PRESIDENT, 1. DONELSON. or iraitut American State Ticket, CPOS attorney general, WAL STEADMAN, of Busk. FOB STATE THKASURSR, A. TABLTGN, of Earrwon. for comptroller, E. R. C. ROBERTSON, of Bdl. mr electors, state at large, . JOHN A. WILCOX, of Bexar. ROBT. H. TAYLOR, of Fannin. •Eastern district, J. W. FLANNAGAN, t/ Rusk. Ia westerh district, THOS. W. BLAKE, of Lean. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ALE?. H. CHALMERS, of Travis. FOR DISTRICT SURVEYOR. ANDREW M. LINDSEY, of Hays. FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, N. C. RAYMOND. for COUNTY clerk, WILLIAM P. DAVIS. for assessor, JAMES Z M6LAUR1K. for cotnmr treasurer, ED. FINNIN. Private Mail.—A msil by private sub- scription, is bow carried from this city to the following places: Kapp's Mill, Cannonville, Pittsburg, Middleton and Currivale. It ar- rives here aod leaves on Saturdays. A peti- tion to Congress to establish a Government Mail Line from Austin t...

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