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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 June 1856

mm ty, on Monday B. McDaniel, Or. ■Mia -■a* GALLERY I Building, over Dmffan't Drug Hlore, Congress Avenue. TKtfjKtS ON GLASS — AMBROTYPES— tafcttew; lamprotypes, ktc. , WW* WiniRBM would respectfully in- • torn-the citizens of Austin and the sur- countrj. that he spare? no expense nor t will facilitate the execution of like- t all the truth of beauty of which the moit vigorous impressions •aybelaken by a light so mild, that the sitter is to preeme a natural and happy expres- ' 0 ooaat—a e, which is impossible when __ under a flood of light. • \ Bt'Ul procured a very large apparatus for tot frames, and is constantly re- new supplies of plain and ornamented ' visiters is guaranteed prompt and polite **—, entire satisfaction, and vary moderate Jnnel4 n27tf ■ . STRAYED OR STOLES ~ratOM the Subscriber on Walnut F Creek, nine miles north of Austin, M head of mares, two American and, , all brandea with an M' on one shoul- I a t and 6 connected on tbe other. Tbe mares are branded with a Spa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 June 1856

—Hms i ftmtotba Laeompta Unian, « j 8tta FJ, PRTOB, AUarnm) and Cmmuttor at • Late, and Omtrai Land Agent, San Antonio, Bonder Threaten* tk* MaHhaVs Life-f he Committee tnstain Him—Inflammatory • Speeches by Sherman and Hotemrd. News has just reached us of ^ery im- , portent character, end we stop ■ the press to insert it. The Courf, the day before yester- ' day, issaed a subpoena for A. H. Reader to appe« before the Grand Jury. The Depa- tjj Marshal .was directed to serve the proceffl, and immediately proceeded to' Teonnweh, where Reader was then attending the session -ofthe Goanittee, and served the summons. Reedgr told the Marshal emphatically that attend. Upon such return t-Jbdreatada, Jadge Lecompto issued an at- t taahroent, and the officer proceeded on yes- terday to Lawrence to serve it. He found ' Reeder in the Committee room, and infbrm- . «d him of the attachment he had against ntm; whereupon Reeder told the Marshal " If he laid bis hands upon him, it would be . -at the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 June 1856

h .A? * * Me . * *. *"^t ."^j^^dSfe'8 Jt^'90-MfliiM^ r9s>** Tm^aSmt^S «5-; -si; CITY OF AUSTIN, Tj I FOIlfiR, AKU, v •'• rf p« iil>jl|j|torf TURD AY, JUNE ,38, 1856. mreu- iWfefck lfi*«y whom I me to its solic- i busi- iy«f Kb— Tire sen of Iho boi der, in n^anl antagonism with aid aocieties else- where, have been stimulated to associated ef- fort for the purpoee of its establishment. Men may engage in, bat will not continue, a struggle of unproductive labor. If this be true of Kansas, it cannot be less so of No breaks. But whether, slavery will go into Kansas or not—whether it will go into Ne- braska or not—ia a question I shall leave with jfeeeitilens who reside ia. those Territo- ine for themselves when they Sjpir State i e Union. views, jan the 19th, of las£ I declared hi the House that I would vote for the ftt or without* slavery. leagues (Mr. Todd) powerfully and mgj* and, in a warm and ^ ciared with haUtnU emphasis, •aeji to have* been my sentim forth, and it will prove ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 June 1856

I State Ikes. t jMttfisfi hod, sSbT SATPRPAYt JU1E 211856- * 11 ■■ .*■!/■ Sm IMWWNy W r; iVtoiPMSIDEXT, ' J. DDK ELSOK. State Ticket, ' VM ?r ' s*te, . J BY ge5eiial, lyof Rusk. TS TREASURER, , 0/ Harrieon. 3D0MPTROLLER, * kOIWRTSON, of Bell fGK ELECTORS, STATE AT LARGE, A- WTOOX, of Bexar. "Hot mm of Ife Fillmore's friends will d«^ that, up to middle life, up to the time be was efeMtfci Vies President, he waa in theory and practice^- in act and profession, a oonsistent sod thorough-going Abolitionist." -—Rick. Bnq. The paragraph is a fair specimen of the maffuer ia whidi Mr. Fillmore is assailed by the Southern organs of the foreign party. If .Osage Washingto«-or Thomas Jeffieiwm e, .aodpandidates for office, they could be aasaileTas Abolittojpsls with mnoh stronger evidence than any that can be ad- duced against Mr..Fillmore. Yet they were, both Southern men, both Virgi iaaa, and both slaveholders. Mr. Fillmore is neither a Southern man not a slaveholder, |yct the soundness of bis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 June 1856

m M iiSfc3r-"< 11 ofthe h,no4 in bent at t WDltttfoa—any not voting. I; thi latter only by I voting. I to appoint fira dele- i Convention, to net at Austin i Stowing gentlemen vara appoint- vote: J. L. Harris, Ber. Jas Mundine, A. M. Dodd, F. M. , ft* chairman and seere- j delegation. L L. HOLLIDAY, Ctairman. finds appropriate langosge in a ] an old pby, which say*— i from Be that lays band ipo a woman, Sara in tbe way of kindess, is a villain Whom t«n base iattery to caB a coward. Telegraphic. wore clipped ftom the ^I'ji I¥ eke Editors of At State Times. %bum Aomrcr, Tsjus, V H 3mm 11, 1858. / it II is always with much a few minute* from pasl yoe p in India# The aspect of in this region. Within the teeadth of thai irnrlim^ftTfirr't •UffiV'T embrae- Foak districts, has and lo- The peace i sohwisation Foreign and The following items Galveston News. General Mew*. A despatch to the Mobile Register says: In consequence of the menacing attitude of the relations existing oetween the Go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 June 1856

Sit P&i • ■ m'- ■"■ $■'■ y 1 #3i$ ■USEiRC^ ... history attest the prop- dear and palpable, ik ef rational argu- „ c. c. kih V. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS Af LAW, BA3TB0P, TEXAS, WILL practice their profession in tiie Coun- ties of Bastrop, Fayette, Burleson, Wil- liamson and Travis, and in the Supreme and Fed- eral Court* at Austia. ■* Particular attention prat to land suits and the collection of debts. ^ trap; Hon. John Hancock, Hon. Geo. W. Paschal aad John W. Harris, Esq., .4«u(m. a26:n20 tf. of the prospective , without a favorable «o tvanixy can ever he- is any scnae of the phrase, ii so absolutely necesaary to of a country as dimate. The the greatness of a oonntry lies of ito people, and wholly mental a«i jporal devel- these circumstaBMi, no less, the elimatioal hutory of a aad interesting fact Sooth em nations hayo been by Northern ones, actions ba*e never been van- frora Southern or tropical as vain, unaeieutific it toi talk of the high development in the inter-tropical l...

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

a r •& s* iaaW* 9 tn+iTkrn CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 12. 1856. JONES &J0HN S. FORD. •■fc Proyitigrg RidhaDmb Kelhi Khan to Principal Slatn-Driver i tke Bashaw of Tripoli. ia tke memory of distant ttmM fflatthe mellow raj of a departed tan, it Me tenderly, yet sadly, en the heart. Evaty'ftar of aheeaee from my satire land fllli lM % kgr, like the sandy waves of the the fair ahorea of my eonntry to mj imagination, clothed in larraa of the distance. I to the sigh of t for- eigner I Iihed the bitter tear of reoolleo- in the tear of a ■! Yet think net, brother ' complain of the horrors of indeed, are the ra- the peraooal freedom of thy kins- 1 wjoy lift, liberty, and physical hap- Bat I auet paaae—and recollect th* I premised to furnish yon with a few hijfli retaive to the government of which I the people df this country are st&galy at a loss to determine the nature tM eharacter of their government. Even their §m flui ire eatioaiely in the dark as to thit particul...

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

§tatr Cimes. IftLUM I WW* American Tiekei t" : FOR MILLARD FILLMORE, or nt rax. FOR VICKPMSIDKNT, 4NDREW J. DONELSON. American State Ticket : for attorney general, WM. STEADMAN, of Butk. *n x mn state treasurer. "W. JL TARLTON, of Barrimm. for comptroller, 16. a C. ROBERTSON, ifeff. * "* • *7^^' •.-«> ——^ - . . ..- -r« . j*>r electors^ st ate at large, JOHN A. WILOOX, qf ROBT. H. TAYLOR, of EASTBRN DISTRICT, J.yjfc' FLANNAGAN, " ' westethTdistrict, THOS. W. BLAKE, o/ t FOR DISTRICT ATTOHNlEY. ALEX. H. CHALMERS, of Travis. FOR DfSTRICT SURVEYOR, AHDREW M. LINDSEY, of Hay*. FOR CHIEF JUSTICE* r N. C. RAYMOND. FOR COUNTY CUM, ' JAMES P. DAVIS. tbqrfMMivftfa the Tebar thaatalfcan* weald roppose ■• ■ * ia.T.ry State in the Union. The adherents of Mr. Buchanan vaty moeh shocked at tbe idea, that Mr. fillaMta wUl oatmafcsa daaanl ran—they ate. pained leat he shoald not meeiva the elec- toral vote of a single State. Instead of wait- mg their solicitude a poo the American candi- date, ...

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

ia mow opwaattd vn^stnictod. The (m froaP(W!fcnli fcy 4 Sem v^VmbwBat, May 26, 1856. two oceans pi—en- ^ . Nevada, ■oithow ftom New Y k by the Orizaba, met la tfie tfrtr, and were promptly to tkelr respective destinations. I disappointment was felt at the aou-arrival of a steamer from New Orleans thfr^tfa*, bat we iadnlge the hope that here- after there will be no interruption between thai' port and San Joaa del Norte. Wheeler, the American Minister, came vpftoai Greytown on the last steamer, having fat the doable purpose of sending _ to the States and of. seeing Capt. ,'of tbe British frigate Eurydice, and iisy the eaoae of his attempted inter- ference with tho passengers of the Orizaba, on her ihinMS trip. Capt. Tsrleton stated thitj^LSCWdei the Orizaba at the request of the peo£fc3>f Gitytoirn, who were an xions to jmrent any destitute passengers from landing there, as toe provisions in the town were al- "Bot," said Mr. Wheeler, " why send a cutter filled with armed men of the...

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

CSTr WD f . San Antonio wv thafcOowiag .Oat ef (klBAUD, ty for sale, oa t iSoina'l t hMnbbtt . i a surveyor in Bex- wtwJWf** fcriinwut. ini is well ac- Wfcttda te the District. CYfy Property. Witt hi Alamo city, several teoating <m the ostkimt tide of the San Pedro Mow the city, it, lots to suit pur- 1mm and lot la San Antonio, on the east 'the river, south of the Alameda. The let *i s oa tho Acequia Madre, aad 351*- ■ street. The house Is 18 ft. by 14, of and -well plastered. near O. P. Post's, fronting 51 vans on tie residence on the east side of the ithshad* trees and shrubbery and many (attached. i and lot, fronting 30 varaa on the Street leading to the Missions, and running to the Sao Pedro creek, aboat 3M yards from the Main t. c. * a. to. Hcemu, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, ' ' BASTBOr, texas, \\f ILL practice their profession in the Goun- T -ties of Bastrop, Fayette, Burleson, Wil- liamson and Tcaaia, and ia the Supreme acd Fed- efat Worts at Austin. „ Particular att...

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

mm ethmiaz xdi BSK Ifc ; *t* ,Mm ia# ,*"• y«« 9l Jl .S E# ! > > fed A | ye? irfft j wgunndj .mfr -vl" J i 534 UW K | e^mkn £ sasn U !a 3 T STATE TIMES. i MrnSmi M 01TY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY. JULY 10. IH5G. NUMBER §2. t-m FORD. «* Jw"*___ TMtoa 8««. Alir •S*J*Ui „ „ tettaded to ha sung to the tnd i«speetfull> dadieatad to the ' tbe State o(t Texas.] %fevh*I ,* WWl : i - haste to the Capitol, jol.y ro, ue all, lHH|ri«;wit lfenrpgua«,jl ortrQg«eaend tall; iifeliirii hasten ! Schemers, datt'tdetajr 1 -ifog 'l 11-MI ' tiM> Trwuury—«« you stay b Wi ibaJrif* M'jjmr. ' '■' ' 'A 1 aalt tat little, gentlemen—ju t the Mffrst mite, * " mc mj coloout'l head- oo I what colony—that ain't ia-enOr there, ht, IK takeit on the share. 'jtrtonijfi ° ' oatUr—in shape 'tia of the ■ AtbeiifidnS/'Us particular] Vftt Sl*fc^-pt*nnwi eottrfjr rt*t—and for a fcnhtfdrt««, • "•• *<>-• "i;. •M >a>e?1i|<l(w.rs«tme handsome tots—jou take— M t riHitTfi i* — to* j We hope Americans are ...

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

% Sftate ffimes. JULIiM IJMtti mi Msrw,:: SATURDAY, JULY 19,J856- American Ticket FOR PRESIDENT,' MILLARD FILLMORE, TOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW J. DOftELSON. American State Ticket. FOR AWOKNEY GENERAL,' WM. OTKJlBMAN, of Rusk. for stats treasurer. W. A. TARLTON, of Harrison. * FOR COMPTROLLKR, . „ E. a C. ROBERTSON, of Bdl. FOR BLBCTOBSjSTATE AT LARGE, JOHN A. WILCOX, of Bexar. ROBT. H. TAYLOR, of Fannin. eastern district, 4. W. fLANNAGAN, of Rusk. -« in«te! lmstrict,> THOS. -W. -'BLAKE, of Leon. J?T*' y-'h FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. ALEX; H. CHALMERS, of Travis. „ . , FOR DISTRICT SURVEYOR, ANDREW M. LINDSEY, of Hays. FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, : N. C, RAYMOND. i'jf F0& COUUTY CLEBKf JAMES P. DAVIS. r.VFOR ASSESSOR, t JAMBS- T. McLAURIN. FOR COUNTY TREASURER, ED. PINNIN. G. W. Kendall.—This distinguished'gentleman arrived is the city oa tfonday evening. Be i« looking well, and bean the celebrity his active and dblU career haa jcstly won him, with a modesty truly becoming. He is a residen...

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

i * ■■a* e*P.U|*e Land mitt€e repotted farorablyon a bill toTepeal an WiUfen* Carleton, act to prevent the sale of liquor within 5 miles wa adopted. . Lof the .town of .Marshall, and rncommendfne MkidonTh#tr1 - * - It does'not gite room for fVrod to be prac- lSF*It should be universally known, Tor it U tised by persons in authority, In the letting strictly true, that indigestion is the parent of a table, 'the passage of a MiX"incor^rate7he"ownUor out sma" Conttacte, as is urged by the op- large portion of the fatal diseases. Cholera Mor aittee rejecting p«K I; hid en (be table. > ..; l relief of the heirs .of Ezekiel with the A<oa«uptt,.racoaii m motion of Mr. Henderson, which was token up, and bill pass- ed* also, unfavorably on the petition of O. L. Hill, of Harrison connty,to obtain license to practice law before be was 21 years of age: also reported a substitute for a bill to provide for the payment of fee*in State cases Mr. Dickson of Red River, reported a bill to It ISKW...

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

4 j'nr .... McLEQD f GIB AUD, 0 n«ral Land Agents, '■ San Antonio Toxat. TCI offer the following Lands and ei^y proper* ff ly for Mkle, on term CiwiUe to purchas- «*. Que of the 4m has beaa ^surveyor ia Bex- ar Laid District tat nigogMrs. and U weft ac* Sinlijfi with the bands in the Diatrict. JSk QHf Property. . toM>ia Alamo city, several trontinf OB the "a on tb* west side of the San Pedro mile below the cfer, it lots t suitpur- Oat boose and lot in San Antsaio, on the east •Hi of the rim, sooth of the Alameda. The lot fronts 53 vans on the AcOQui* Mad re, and 3 J v* was on a street. The boose is ft by 14, of hard stone and well plastered. One lot near O. P. Post's, fronting 51 Taras on Korth street. A comfortable residence on the east side of the river, with shade trees and shrubbery and many conveniences attached. ~ One boose and lot, fronting 30 varas on the street leading to the ttlesfons, and running to the San Pedro creek, about 300 yards from the Main Plaza*. Salado Land...

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

mjtf* mtm VH ■ ■Wi 3^ -$h i&ffeN,%t TEXAS STATE TIMES. « <M6m •r . - V CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS* SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1856. ' n NUMBER 83/ mms* L-E. 10KES &10HN S.FORD. jj^Toynft" ^ '^fhjpre on hand several eommuniea- fiiends which in desire to pub- jjp, excluded by the crowded columns. We will endeavor to for them at the earliest possible [from the New Yotk Times.] The Anaertcaa Fillmore JK^tonal • - 10rlt will be remembered that a despatch Onftftk Oe telegraph, recently published, anbo^neodihatthe FBfmore National Club of New York had gone orir in a body to the btedc i^ufiiesns.' It seems that a fellow by the Same of Van Riper, who was presi- dent of the dub, sold himself, and attempt- •ed tosefl the ehib clandestinely. The mem. ftjtbgotwind of the trick, and a general -rurniw m <*!}„<£ Van Riper was de- and expelled from the dub,, and ecntemptnously from the meeting. Indignant resolutions, denouncing him, and pissing the club in Us true pqntwn, were adapted. The follo...

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

iJOHBi JOHN 8L SDRD, Wm. AUSTIN,:: SATURDAY, JULY 26.1856- dollars per uunn, uwxraaKy ia American Tickct. FOR PRESTOEKT,' MILLARD FILLMORE, •*n«tdii. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, iNDREW J. DONELSON. of American State Ticket, , ^ FOR attorney general, WM. STEADMAN, of Busk. FOR state treasurer. If. A. TAKLTON, of Harrison. for comptroller, E. S. C. ROBERTSON, of Bdl, FOR electors, state at large, WM. E. JONES, of Travis. ROBT. H. TAYLOR, of fhnnin. eastern district, . J. W, FLANNAGAN, of Busk. westejoTdtstrict, THOS. W, BLAKE, of Leon, of Travis. DISTRICT SURVEYOR, M. LINDSEY, of Hays- for chief justice, N. C. RAYMOND. FOR county. clerk, JAMES P. DAVIS. FOR ASSESSOR, JAMES T. McLAURIN. for county treasurer, ED. FINNIN. Peck, " " Travis. . Epperson, " " Bed River. V Portis,' u " Austin.' Rogers, " 'e Washing n Sub-Electors. Fauntleroy, Esq., of Goliad. * Wheeler rigkt, Hani Dalaney « cc Bexar. Fayette, " Fannin. " Collin, u Lamar. " Burnt, " Cherokee. " Panola. " Smith. " Titus, | Harrison. Ca...

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

3Hr MSri hiMM > t* by the l to flfprie the people that then i* tke election of Mn .tint the only waj to deM ftwwft is to concentration Baehanao.— We rejufoe tkat t&ej have shown their hand w mm h die gnma. The latest iateHt g W from almost every quarter of the Union kribgi. ruof of the iiatntetcration of the De- Moeratic party. In the North and West the Oiniw are leaving the party by theasandh, and locking to the. standard of Fremont.— The indication* are strong that the Irish Catltulie mte will go the same way. With arik the foreign toW, the Democratic party in the North and West bccomes a mere faction— without the same vote it cannot carry more than three or four Southern States, if so o i^ • The re-actinn has commenoed North and The men who are determined to save the Union in this hoar of peril, are Socking to the standard <>f Fillmore. His noble and ■nutty speeches at Albany and Buffalo, which hive elicited the praise of his wwrst enemies, have re-an mated his own, ...

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

dsn MtLEOD f GIRAUD, Qfreaer&l Land Agents, San Antonio Teza*. fMTBsflbr tbe ftflowtag Load* and city proper- ff ty for sole, on Unas fererable to puochas- «l Om of the fin* boa been a surveyor in Bex- ar LandDistrict fctiiMjtm, ul is wed*c- f 0 inlet wiltl HM Ludl is the District. City Property. 90 Mi in i *mo city, several fronting on the acres, on the west tide of the San Pedro , IJ mile below the city, it lots to suitpur- 621 Oaeboue and latin San Aston*, on ithe east «tt*of the river, sotfflb of the Alameda. The lot • -| 56 Varas en the Aceqaia Madre, and SS va- i oe a street. The honse is 18 ft by 14, of i aad well plastered. One lot near!}. P. Post's, fronting 51 varas on Mostfcltiwet. A comfortable residence on the east side of the Jiver, with shado trees aad shrubbery aad many ■conveniences attached. Om heasa and lot, fronting 30 raras on the street leading to the Missions, and running to the Snm Pedro creek, abont 30t jau-ds from the Main fins. , Salado Lands. , an the...

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

TEXAS STATE: CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 185& Joly 8,1856. to villi being " (rf ~ of Bexar: It ir one of policy only. will bo itions tlnon this floor, ramufeno rigbt of m&o's t wite hm no with a fie$dispo- bj will, than by con- is a dangerous doctrine, upon the laws of society, it cannot ex- r and confusion, the tbe power to take Ae to himself the These things system for their recognized and tothe naht of property; ll necessary to~soaaie and protect its pos in all tbe depart- ofKfe; has spoken of fun- I ask gentlemen to to fundamental principles^ as to see bow prop- how U is left, and then It is net right and ex- - They naturally die result Of a repeal of the law as it at condition Win stands. Ido not believe that such results will follow the passage of this bill, ae the fee tee led to suppose that that condition continue after his decease; they a*e in- duced to believe that they will surfed to gentleman from Nacogdoches (Mr. Och- the property which he as the b...

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

tate Crates. I JOKE k m 8. FORD, Sdilara. AUSTIN,: r, AUGUST ^13.-6 yiaiS rlftl rf 3?;j= ;■ •• >& State Ticket •t-U: DMAN, of s*|g jyw . ~ ■ TRSASTTREB, *? >N>' «/ Harrison. 'i&f&Yf7-'* • —-- «« ; -■ ■ ,fO« CO*PT«< C. ROBERT; STATE AT 4- o/ JEWi. Fannin. Jr*E WKSTBRM DISTRICT, • W. BLAKE, of Lean. icrr ATTORNEY, of JQaaris. SURVEYOR, i • ' EY, of Ilayfc yewr# fQH fo* CBEE* JUSTICE, fr.O.RAYMOND. f?.- CLERR, f IS. Jr . B. 8. Feck, at large, of Galveston. Trams. B. H.Enpereon, ,Us ' te Red Biter. D T. Portt?, " Austin. W. S. Eo%m,_ « - f-s a>ir,s Sub-Electors. litfo^ckft Kainas Bill. Mr. BanRay'* motion torciensider die rots by which the with the .ailed adfait Kansas into the Union, constitution, was injected, w adopted b* 101 Veas toW naya. the# passed—100 yeas against 97 Aftrigbt, Allison. Bail. Bar- hot,,. Barley. Bennett of Sew York. Bsn?on. Bil- Bliss. Bttdsluv, Breaton. BaflingtoD, Campbell of Pa., Campbell of Ohio, Olarke of S. Y., Clark of Conn., CUw...

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