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

hum i a#.Id "iuftfi tJfM ^ leevrSaS .WW fc£* S* M , o* «c* tmar, « 00*8 ...$1 00 " 50 rot ....-tfroe z com President rn n 1 r 1 1 r* r, CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1856. m ** I Q_ Sen- ngreas to the United States the proceedings n <be c* e of Ohas. in the United the same before and did not foe a moment imagine that I was guilty of any military impropriety. l am, Colonel, very respectfeHy, your obedient sertsrift. ,2- ^ CHAS. E. TRAVIS. To iiieut. E. Garrard, Lieut. and Adiatant 2nd Cavalry—Present. 3d. That he circulated and created false and slanderous charges against Lt. VYood, a brother officer, in charging the nid Wood with stealing money from the memorialiet.r* .JJpon these charges and specifications^ sta tence of dismissal was rendered against the memorialist on April-11th 1856, confirmed by the Pres- ident of the United States on the 6th of May following. The official transcript of the evidence and proceedings in the trial of the memorialist were before the...

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

£|ej&tate fimts. WILLIAM IJQNKS i Mi 3. FORD, Sditurs. . AUSTIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1856- Natbsai American Ticket iPOR PBBSIDBST, millard fillmore, • % '-J* -'I: V V- ot at* yom. #ORVICBPRBSTOBNT, * ; j; donelson. for tkoies3eb. ELECTORS, STATE AT LARGE, WM, E. JONES, bf Travis. BOOT. IT. TAYLOR, of Fannin. ■ . EASTERN DISTRICT, j. W. FLANNAGAN, of Busk. • . WESTERN DISTRICT, THOa W. BLAKE, of Leon. - , — Assistant Electors far State at large. %: F. Waddetl, Egq., ^[Gahesion. E. R. Peck, " * Travi*. B. H Epperson, " « BedBaer. D. Y. Portia, " " Amtm. W. S. Rogers, " u Washing n Sub-Electors. Fauntleroy, Esq., of Goliad. A. H. Davidson, « " Bexar. L. «F. Price, " " Fayette. Jno. Wheeler, " Tlios. Lewellyn, " Oca Wright, Hardin Hart, F. E. Williams, " H. P C. Dolaney " B. L. Goodman, '• W. P. Johnson, " G. M'Coy, . " a Thr Bovs ok Ai'Stin*.—This place can famish as muiy bad boys, according to population, as any in the United States. Several months since a distinguished divine de...

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

r • riULJlliei- ■hMfliaa of Mr. ADAMS, the Senate re- ' tit Mr. Clayton's reso- 9 ^gecwt coouaittnB at a^ven eaaalatieee to consider blamice between the two to the Arm/ appropriation to explain that my ob- np the resolution ie not ■ito ft riew to giving the tnu Tens (Mr. Houston J of discussing the propriety ot it Framdsot, the resoln- Senate U one to which any re-* to make on the prenent and appropriate.— taken place upon the iuterestthe country, (fiscal ive character, baa involved questions affecting it, ^he continu- ervation of our have a" right to presume hew desires, tike myself, That the times are no «m will den\. More . _ il was in tbe councils of ami for the last tea yam 1 have serving In this boJy. Daring IkMt iM witnessed a i r nor «m portending such im- I j uitiji i null J - isia KJ power to cast «r to allay that ex MPt eatremely to see pte- in\be g Senate, but in the of being engaged in the the feelings of different uwuj, awt imhslging in discus- to alienate section from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 October 1856

m t rafting upon ; f, embracing r 'of Karnes county. I deHrer *he same to the ieofrtCkMcS i as future Professional Cat&s. D. o. rsiKMAK, II1IIMI D, c. * e. RnPlU®***; _ * a J*fonwfcr<tf La*;"'* Allsnlr, TEXAS, . " DO a Collecting andLand Agency business. To holder* «f Land Certificates, thwr offer the inducement of a thorough experimental EDUCATIONAL. TIB 4th session of Mr. B S. Fitzgerald's SCHOOL will commence on Monday the 18th CASSIIHIR HOl'SE.—Lcwer Wharf, In- dianola, Texas. The undersigned themselvw. triet*. hare chief justice of fjl' soon as he is t provisions of the law to Cm creation of new land dis- *ith, order an tveyor of said is act take effect from ■<t 'Smmk> * i 1856. :f ■ partkulatly the Eastern • eounty. \.Ht it enacted id&ure af the State of Texas, c astern bomg|*ry iae of Bastrop county sttbe forrth^st eoriier id labor ssrvey made for rerver.the - "HT' surve infc tVeaot eornerof hence with the ^rV- •iir said Mar- same direction •with a survey mad...

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

Y A ■%. W J VPPi Hr- |[&r< jfe* : * fc-( f Y A>.'' §1 >V^> af. -t '! ^4^8KS ,L> Vi9. • 1 riT!7l r 7l 1 JLJ ni 71 CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1856. NUMBER 48 stimulus to exertion. And I'do not think, ( Mr. CLEVELAND of Liberty movi and here I think the House will agree j to lay the motion on the table. with me, that it is fair to visit the sins or | The yeas and nays being demanded^] their own pockets. . a wt /% ♦ ,\ w-x V /> nrt r% .11 *3 An n*nn 1a«^ Mliftll '' xl. ! . C*i . i j 1 * in ■ raiuniB sTBsr satuuuv, on pica* striit, (ll^T DOOR TO lotatto* & go's stor*,) TfpTM. E. JONES & JOHN S. FORD, CBtitors and proprietors. '^Vf' TERMS: Tkcw Dollars, payable, invariably, in advance. RATB3 OF ADVERTISING. i should not be adopted. Many counties | in the State are weak in point of num- bers as regards children. Many of the witn me, mat it is tair to visit the sins or j The yeas and nays being demanded^ ; their own pockets. In some counties !...

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

- mm am* ■A ■aggji ! fi JCfii I. ICED, IditfSL i SATURDAY, NftVOBKRS. 1856- St An ills*?. is authorised to receive and re- rtmi1 tn> irriMWf iiwo Ihit offiroi -** >*** .An. tin, 4*!v 2,\ lir.«. JONES k FORD. S. C*«rgB, who is now travelling Southern and.&Mrfhwwlera counties, to receipt for irnd receive sub- tfcte Texas State Times, and transact ittyfortbis establishment TTebe- Doctor (be kind attentions of our — ■ .. ■.!• ■—« ■ v. i .... iri. 91m City Election. • Wo etipy from the lateHigeneer the result of'election heU in this city on Monday last, for City Office n. For Major, Marshall and Treasurer, the Democrats elected their candidates. -1* the eight wards*—for Aldermen—four Americans and fotiv Democrats were clected- For Presidential Electors—so far as heard l^atte from the Rltt Orstide. Mr. Rickey arrived io the city on Sunday last—having bee* 13 days in coming from Brownsvitys. He brings the latest news from tha-1^0 Grande. When he left Gen. Vidaurri was said to be ...

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

« • mm •Mm -Bvehnnan rt- > ■- ESWsjSs?' ', U votes, tiaokana none. - Horn—Baehwin received 110 tbfcai ; Fillmore, 75. La Vara—Buchanan 99; Fillmore 105. CStkhoeS Ou.—196 majority for Baeh'n. e%-~iffr «.' « WatJk'n CV—'150 " « « Go*sates—125 to 150 " « M - Goliad (town)—43 majority for Fillmore. Fayette County is |aid to have given an iocnaed Democratic majority, while in Vic. tori* County the majority ha3 decreased. Sr: ——> i.i - .. . .* "■ * • • • For the State Times. 5 Ctprcs Smunos RANCHO, ) Hays Co., Texas, Oct. 22,1856. } . Messrs. Editort—Having often heard thai beef iiBed during the snmuier, could not bo kept sound aad sweet for over a day 'oetwo, (except when dried); I am induced to send to you for publicati on and universal ■ JtiL'-iLi—■--- —:— ——which t Neill,McGa5ey and Jesse Mercer, vs. P. S. and ! H. B. Millard. Appeil from Williamson. . Opinion by Judge Lipscomb. The error assigned was the ratings of the Court in admitting in evidence a deed from McGaffey to Merc...

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

^c£r^^ «n^MiI-vrnrrirc<mi ty. THE CITi" OF AUSTIN ;; A. BALDINGER. Precinct No. a,-in City of Austin: WM* Sktrif ef Tntth County, or any Lawfii Ofi- \\I BBU, B. R. Peck, Mayor of the city of T T Awtin, Sute of Texas, having made oath before tbe «ader*igned authority, that A. Boldlnger is jastiy indebted to the said city of Austin, in the cents, as a tax for the rear 1856, levied aad assessed by the authorities of said city *s the value of lot No. 4, hi block No. 93, Situated the corporate Knits of said city; and that A. Baldinger, is a transient person, «r of the State of Texas, so that the sf law cannot be served op* Too art, therefore, bertfby commanded to snm- moathe said A. Baldinger, by.publishing this ci- tttlM for three successive weeks, in the Texas State Times, a weekly newspaper published b the city of Anstia, to appear before the undersigned , at Us office hi the city of Anstin. on the rinNovember, 185®, then and there J| is complaint. Benin fail net, hat make due retu...

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

ISjB " m " 1HE i TEXAS STATE TIMES. iCITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1856. it Cimes, > nut mthut, os picas «ths*t, (mr boos to jobmok * oo'a nose,) «TWM. E. TONES & JOHN S. FORD, " - i Chitora tnh Proprietors. TERMS: . Three Dollars, payable, inrarUbly, in advance. RATBS OF ADVKBTISWG. square (ten lines) fast insertion, ..§1 00 tent insertion, 60 fear, $10 00; Six months, $ 7 00 ... 18 00 " —12 00 " .....—MOO •« 16 00 - J8 00 19 00 " 31 00 " ...34 00 « 8* 00 " .........40 00 " #0 u~. « ... 46 00 «,.V or State offices, of oar citizens had suffered from the I Soj the resolutions were indefinitely ! Mr. POAG, by leave of the House, operation of the banks of Mississippi and postponed. j : If I had to selcct between these other States, that this clause was en- j Mr. OCHILTREE, by leave, offered sets of resolutions, I should certainly grafted into the Constitution. ' a substitute for tie resolution introduced ' prefer the first; because they tell the I believe, Mr. Sp...

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

AUSTIN, SATPftE AY,SOYEgBCR 15.1856- Mr. fcn Van ii antboSjufl toreceiveand re- fXXim k fOBP. Dr. S. Cabtu, who is now travelling tkrMffc the Southern and Southwestern counties; Is Miy utkaiisad to receipt for and receive snb- l to the Texas State Times, and transact generally for th w astablUhment. Webe- the Dbctor tin kind attentions of our and patrona- . " vV m i ~ We ahall conclude the publication of tie iMMUi text week, when we will tare more to derate to news and other interesting ttftttSTi j 8oorr'i Springs.—By reference to bur advertising columns, the reader will pcrceirc well known watering .place is for >«|flfc The well attested «««s resulting from the «se «f the Lampasas waters, have estab- lished their reputation heyoed doubt or cav- il. Here iea fine opportunity for an enter- prising man to make money. Attention is' only neccssaiy to make fcnsinesB af'thrisstand bare a handsome Hons 8TKAmra.-vSw eitkens of thir Tke Triumph. On Tuesday the Democracy were thrown into a...

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

■4 Bolls. | Tlic Election. Fofthe attack and defense , The New Orleans Daily Picayune of Nov. two doughty champions of 6th> has the following : wc append, first, the ; u . 'Gov. W e, and follow it with Mr. [ v r V "* a'!ie" Bott? eftctivaxetort:—Exclianje. . New \ork, Nov. 4—E.ghty six towns ■D"**a J m Maine give Fremont a plurality of 11,- I SO THX HON. john minor ' c BOTTS. peace etarge 000. . .. . . • ... j i New York, Nov. 5.—Fremont has car- ... .""fr?**.40 t0^,s S,t?tor a"d ried Maine by 15.000 majority. ji^rbtr off tM public peace and unity J j j t there a Mayor in wealth's attorney, and a From the -Mobile News. Tbe La l*az Sufferers. The reader will remember that a tew month"! ■ aso a large number of American*, on their ; way from California to the Atlantic States, j were seized at. La Paz, in Mexico These men. wilt.ont reason, or riirht. or any culpability, were subjected to the most brutal treatment. Their story, hewever. is briefly tol joined article from the Picayune....

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

MeLeod & Giraud, GENREAL LAND AGENTS. Sak Awtobio, Texas. \%J H offer the following Lands and city proper- yfjf ty for sale, on term* favorable to purchas- ers. One of the firm bas been a surveyor in Bex- ear Lod District for nine years, and Is watt ac- quainted with the Lands in the District. City Property. 39 lots in Alamo city, several fronting on the NO acres, on the west ride of the St* . I wila below the city, fa. lot*'to taitps On* house aad lot in San Antonio, on the east riji of Die river, south of the AlamaAa ° M vara* on the Acequi* Madre, and 35 ra- on a street. The house is 18 ft- "T I4i ■ itoBe aid well plastered.. One lot near G. V. Post's, fronting 51 raws on '^Aeomfortable residence on the east side of the (tar, with shade trees and shrnbbery aod many attached. . One house and tot, fronting:30 raras on the illtul Iwailinji to the Missions, aad running to the gen Pedro creek, about 300 yards from the Main Plaza. Sola do Land*. 623 acres, an the north-wcsihank of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 6 December 1856

ni nr. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1856. NUMBER 52 ■is raumt mir Saturday, os picas street, (0pf08itb thomas wwmias's stor1,) .BY JOHN S. FORD & ED. FINNIN. TERMS: T Three Dollars, payable, invariably, n advance. RATK3 OF ADVERTISING. V)ne iqiute (ton lines) first insertion, $1 00 Bach nbaeqnent insertion, - 50 1 square, one year,.. $10 00; Six months,? 7 00 2 « - u 18 00 3 « " u 24 00 •4 u u u 28 00 7 \ « " " 31 00 « « « " 34 00 •f u u u 37 00 « « « " 40 00 f « " " ...43 00 j « « « —46 00 - 12 00 « 16 00 « 19 00 « ....21 00 « 23 00 « 25 00 " 27 00 « -,.29 00 TRANSLATION of Spanish Historical Documents, TRANSFERRED FROM THE ARCHIVES of Bexar County to the State Department of the State of Texas. [Continued from last number.~\ 1-—James Gaines' application for the settle- ment of two hundred ami fifty families. 2—DiUo, in relatioa to the above. 3.—Moses Austin. 4. Independence of Mexico. 5. Ditto. Ditto. 6. Condition of Texas. James Gaines to the Governor of Texas....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 6 December 1856

t'ANF. Sugar Tim value of Cumberland Mountain.: .JOHN S, FORD, Editor. IN. SATTRPA?, TOTO 6,1856 „ gan Saba. A lettetj/rom D. A. Harris, Esq., dated Nov. 20,18o6, contains gratifying intelli- gence of the increase of population and the progress of the county generally. People Expedition.—Mr. the lands upon this mountain were entirely' Townscnif Glover has becu despatched by H*. Jou jlntH is authorised to receive and re- amgt for mosey dae this office. . Aortja, July 2a, 1856. JONES * FOBD. |0- Dr.' S. Castba, who is now travelling Utraogh tbe Southern and Southwestern counties la ft>By authorised To receipt for and receive sub- tcriptions to the Texas State Times, and transact business generally for this establishment. We be- ifeak for the Doctor the kind attentions of oar Uu4s and patrons. Dkaxh.—Mr. Newell Burditt, an old Tezian and a good citixen, died at his resi- dence in this county, on Friday morning. He btvea a wife, children, and numerous rela- - tiyes and friends to mou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 6 December 1856

t-a m :&'• rri i ^utaconqtjersal^ assailants. .^.Thftadmirable Criclrton, the greatest logician of W /WS*®Wpc«stonied to seek a controTersy with tbe aophidtsof the Frenclf and Italian colleges, by MHtgdnllcBgei to tbe gates of those institutions, e UollonA. the inheritor of the popular nal remedies that bears his name, bos adopt ed a more public and comprehensive method of defying error and establishing truth. He has ad- vertised his Pills and Ointment in nearly every ampips in the worM, and fortified his procla- mation Vith a mass of authentic testimony which DO diip'ntant has thought it prtident.to assail.— foibbtoa was a great theorist. HoUoway is a man tf fkets. Be takes for bis premises twenty years s^Ctiessfal practice, and tflnumerable well at- sd cures, and asks'the world to draw its own . He has a simple and., perspicuous . tbe common origin at all. diseases, and t -thia theory the composition of his famous I is based; but he lightly deems that the tttki prwXaof lBeir e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 6 December 1856

1. DOUGLASS BRdWI, GENERAL LAND AGENT CelUctor of Claim against th* Stale oj Texas, and the Government of - w the United State*, L- GENERAL LAND AGENCY OFFICE, - immi - - texas. D UTS, Sells, Locates, Redeems, Pay* Taxes, ■ V Obtains Patents, Investigates and Perfects - Titles to Land in the State of Texas. flQr Gets out United State* Bounty Land War- rants, or Texas Land Certificates, buys, sells, or has the same located. • Superintends the investigation and per- fection of Land Titles in any of the States of tne Union. ■0U Collects soldiers' pay and pensions, and prosecutes every class of Claims against the State ef Texas, or the United States. REPERS TO The Heads of Department, Austin City, Texas, the Members of the Legislature, Business and Professional Gentlemen in Western Texas, the Representatives and Senators in Congress from Texas and Kentucky, Hon. John Henry Brown, Galveston, Texas, and Hon. Andrew Neill, Seguin, Texas. June 7, 1856, n26—'y-* FRANCIS T. DUFFAU, AUSTIN COL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 December 1856

f I •>VA THE j rii j VOLUME IV. ink imts, H FOBU8H1S EVERT SATUBDAY, OX PECAN STRUT, % (OPPOSITE THOMAS FREEMAN'S STORE,) *, $Y JOHN SL FORD & EJ). FIMIN. TERMS: Three Dollars, payable, invariablj, in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (tea lines) first insertion, $1 00 E*eh subsequent insertion, 50 $10 00; Six months,$ 7 00 " ..12 00 " 16 00 " 19 00 " ...21 00 « 23 00 " 25 00 ".... 27 00 " 29 00 " 31 00 2 a 3- u * 4. U ' 5 u 6 tt 7^ ft 8 u 9• « V 10 u M a u a u u • « u « ' " 18 00 " 24 00 28 00 " 31 00 " 34 00 " 37 00 " 40 00 " 43 00 " 46 00 ksts.—For Stat $5. An Extraordinary Man. James McDonald was brought before the Mayor on the charge of intruding himself in the house of Dr. Porcher, and refusing to go out when requested. He stated that he was sick and went there to see the doctor to get some medicine; and it was supposed that he was under the in- fluence of liquor at the time. When asked what he had to say in explanation of his conduct, he replied that he had muc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 December 1856

late fa. JOHN S, FORD, Editor. APSTET, SATHRDAY, DECEMBFR 13.l*5fi- > Kr. Jan, Xmt is authorised to receive and re- •Mpt far money do* this office. Dr. 8. Caxtbb, who is now travelling through the Southern and Southwestern counties, la tolly authorized to receipt for and receive sub- scriptions to the Texas State Times, and transact business generally for this establishment. TiV e be- speak for the Doctor the kind attentions of our friends and patrons. Small Paper.—Our patrons must bear with the smallness of oar sheet. We have paper on the road. * We have interesting 'statistical tables and matter prepared, but which is necessari- ly excluded on acccnnt of oar abbreviated proportions. pif Elder R. H. TiliAranRO will preach in the Federal Court Boom to-day aud to-morrow, at ele- ven o'clock. „ gy Messrs. Snios k Ward propose publishing a" Chart of the City of Austin," as aa advertis- ing medium. - . _ . . Died,—yesterday morning, at the resi- dence of his father, Mr. J, S. Adams. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 December 1856

A Practical Cricbton. TROTH CONQUERS ALL ASSAILANTS. The admirable Cricbton, the greatest logician of tta day, was accustomed to seek a controversy with the sophists of the French and Italian colleges, by Mailing challenges to the gates of those institutions. A Thomas Bolloway, the inventor of the popular ■wdfciaal remedies that bears his name, has adopt- ed a more public and comprehensive method of defying error and establishing truth. He has ad- vertised his Pills and Ointment in nearly every turn (paper in the world, and fortified his procla- mation with a mass of authentic testimony which no disputant has thought it prudent to assail.— Crichton was a great theorist HollOWay is a man of &cts. He takes for his premises twenty years of successful practice, and innumerable well at- tested cures, and asks the world to draw its own ' conclusions. He has a simple and perspicuous theory of the common origin of all diseases, and ' upon tbia tfaeory the composition of his fnmous remed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 December 1856

■ f&tsts (fgninut Me Slat*'o/ Ooic.-nment of. "r '-"fl&PVSitfd Sin id, 81||Na^UK' T.A-.W A^CNCV OFFICE, e- ViV.^St'SX. -■- TSSAS.' ' : BCy?, S-.iit, r. . Uederws, Pays Tares, Obisias Fstin'% inrehtigsiiS and Perfect! Title.' lh Land .5a tU iiiitfe of Texts. <«t United trMt«: ikraniy Land Wfcr- rairte, or T?x s Lci.-i Ckfii&fiatee, bujs, sella, or ha- tfciann-e ! <•:;! ••'. l 3ki Superintends the investigation end per- fee'ioc of Liod Tit'ea in any tS the States of Mi* Union. Colka-ts old>ers* pay ftr.d pensions, and pvcae*OfeJ every citua ef Claims against the State of Texas, or the United SifiUs. INFERS TO Tbe Heads of Department, Aaslin City, Texas, the Members of the Legislature, Business ami Professional C<";-eEien in Y.Vstem Texas, the Repfesentativps m i Senators ia .Congress frotu- Texas awl iwn:r,>ii£, iL-s. John Henry Brown, Galveston, Tesas, and Hon. Andrew NeiB, Segnin, FRANCIS. T. DUFF All, IfemlI instate. It. M. JOHHSON. J. C. GORDON. R.M. WIL...

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