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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 October 1854

I - ■7 of last hy Sttferikj evening, unteriot time. ' steamer called the Dr. Massie, made her. appearance , well .built, . handled, &Ting and in ercry iray weH provi- I on Buffalo Bayou, and is by the Captain, who in between A dead infimt was picked up in the l ef Brooklyn a fgw nights since. It had question been nmraered, as a large found upon its aeeh and a severe , the head, either of which would ient to cause deat^. ^ love made Jennier Bea, take a chain and in her father' coli byt&9er.£ OR, Esqs., to Hun OS.DA VIS, all of that CUy. SK FRAN- Tuasday the teth iasfc, at ■Re*. C. F. Rormx- to Miss MART E. N1J, aof that Cj$y. To the hippy-parties we send greeting oar con- gratulations (tad best wishes. O'er their domestic skr may no dark* cloud ever appear to obscure the perfect effulgence of their sun of happiness, aud amy all their bright dreams of the- future be more tfejhi realized. ' , r. :u Across the threshold led, And driry tear kissed off a3 soon as shed, His house s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 October 1854

Societies. I not with tM jeweM Great, ( Lome's dasxname is sold; Tethavs we with we would aot give c. , For all their wealth of gold! . IF* MMiast in Oom and Wise, Tat hare we from above Mima divine, and well not pine; Do we not lire aad love? There's sorrow for the tolling poor, OsMihj*! bosom nurst; Biefcrofces for ragged souls, sad Crowns For branded brows Cain-cant! st God's happy things I , °)M for yon and me. Thy lips, that kiss till death, have tamed Life's water into wine; The sweet life melting through Ay looks, Hath made ay Hfo divine. All Lore's dear promise hath been kept, JEnce thou to me wer"t given; ▲ ladder for my soal to cfimb; AndSsmaar high in heayen, I know, dear heart I that in onr lot May mingle tears of sorrow; Bet, Lore's rich Rainbow's built from tsars To-dhy, with smites To-Horrow. lbs sunshine from onr siy 'sssy die, The greenness from Ufa's trs^ But Over, 'mid the warring storm, ~ Thy nest shaU sheltered be. I see thee I Ararat of my Bfo, "H WHU above! iS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 October 1854

LUME J. TEXAS STATE TIMES. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28.1854. ■tii NUMBER 48 ■A ' ^tltddjr Ipottrj The Press. - fcil of the world—the prees-*- Ifhat wanders hast thou wrought ? , Thou rainbow realm of mental blia — - Thou starry sky of thongbtl As dew onto the thirsty flowers— As the blest ligfet of hearen. Aid widely as the summer showers; Thy silent aid ia given. Both priestly craft and kingly power Have striven Unbind the down, Bat oh, how low beneath thee cower The mitre and the crown I Thr nod can fop the proudest head— The world tbj sceptre owns: The path thou dost to glory tread— That path is pared with thrones. , Rag of truth! thy folds have streamed SHtO'er many a-field of blood—. isdo'er the wrack of empires gleamed, Like the rainbow o'er the flood. &e patriot's eye stffl turns to thee, Ami hails tfcee from afar, As the wandix* of-the trackless sea Hath hailed his guiding star. ■ I thy blase shall ban i vetto be— i the faneral urn slavery. > hails thy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 October 1854

2- <^€haa$>tnte€im AUSTIN, SATURDAY, OCT. 28,1854. FORD, WALKER k m a. tou. jo. walkaa. DAVIDSON. w.t. davidson. 8. FORD, Editor. •Three dollars per annum, invariably in ADVERTISING.—-Tor each square of ten lines, or lea*, oae dollar for the first insertion, and fifty caata for each subsequent insertion. Advertise- meata'oot narked with the number of insertions de- sired, will be eoatimied until otherwise ordered, and ehatged accordingly. A liberal discount will b« made to those advertising by the year. Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ces ten dollars—County offices five dollars. Political circular*, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the gave rates as advertisements. u «c u « JSrThe following gentlemen are author- ised to aet as agents for the Texas State Times J—- B. M. Billingsly, Waoo, i Texas. John Brandon, Georgetown, Mb. Oats, P. M., Round Book, John T. Flint, Belton, Post Master, Cameron, Jacob Long, Paris, Lamar county. ff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 October 1854

? ■4US v'lr ^ WS'1 - r r *■ w oC the brave! o'er mountain andwav* _ thy green bowers, e'er thy wild prairie lower*. 1^1 H mtebfav stars of thy soft summer night I|lr«r lovingly dowa, with a lustre more bright Than erer they died upon earth's primal days, When first the yoimg flowers looked np to thygase. ggn amnmer wind that comes wandering by gffllhihigs as sweet thoughts in rose scented sigh, ^|^Oe moonlight that sleeps on thy flowery breast M|ht e'en a wandering Angel to rest. Tat thy dim woods, waring peacefully now Bvk late were awaked by the freeman's stem tow, Aad the stately magnolia oft sheds her perftune la the deep diet glen, o'er a warrior's tomb. His spirit of freedom her vigil shall keep O'er each hallowed spot where her children may forerer protecting from falsehood and wrong The Land has echoed to liberty's song. B*antiful Texasl Star of the West! Far hare I wandered, but here will I rest: Item thy ehaqn'd borders no more will 1 roam, Bat light at thine Altar the wat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 October 1854

K - them other fellers, I of Arkansas, was one day ck through the inferior of linlled one evening &> stay all la little log house near ttie road, where and a post office were kept, i other strangers were there, and the mail- rider rode up about dark. Sapper being over, the nail carrier and the three gentlemen were to a sojatl roam, famished wit h^a stood 1 two beds, which were to accommodate > four persons for the night. The mail car- liar was a little, shabby, dirty, lousy-looking wretch, with whom none of the gentlemen liked the idea of sleeping. Pete Whetstoue ajed him closely as he asked: "Where do yon sleep to-night, my lad1" Til steep with you, I reckon," lisped the yeatfe, "or with one v " soot care which:" The other two gentlemen took the hint, and occupied one of the beds together immediate- ly, leaving the other bed and the confab to be enjoyed by Pete and the mail boy together as but they coald. Pete and the boy com- menced hanliag off their dads, and Pete get- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 October 1854

•jr^' t * AUSTIN, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1854. Letter from Governor I'case. Executive Office, Austin, Texas, ) 2nd November, 1854. j To Captains Gilrjt St. llojjcss, hilli'im b'itzhwjh, John G. Walker, Charles E. Travis and William Henry: Gentlemt.n—The Into instructions from i the War Department, or the 9' h October iust., ! countermanding the order of Gen. .Smith for musteii.tg your companies into the service of the United States ibr twelve months, unless ■ fio-ii thr- duty heretofori , orders oi this subject.'5 i assigned to liim. in the . this nariative. yon will pcrceive, that the orde.s - froiii'ttie Quailcs oi t Depaitment uf Tc\a«, for inhering your com- panies into the service of the United fclates for tvvulve . lonths unless fsinner discharged, have .been i«!stp(.ui-d indefinitely by instructions tin;it Hie War Department. You will aisn perceive that I am in posses- sion oi a requisition from Gen. Smith, dated in the Indian country, October 9th, 1854. ask- _ ^ iug me ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 November 1854

*Vp$£:£f*i?-Jk' ■ ' -/.■■- -■ > *£S* '.f"V- MpSigi ' -. -« • TEXAS STATE w CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4,1854. NUMBER 49. J""***!*! 1teas*- m ■n orb of Hun jU flrwh and green, _- ,taoofiet «wdto tts song •*•& ! ■ISSsSsSsxr* ^S to. arch where t^p<^t*>d; Philadelphia of the Giratd $98,542. isllsaatort of * child three • * V** Sire my love to now in the United States tfsggSSB to leave Liverpoolon i«t for Madeira, whither he goes " jfttf jjjgteffHh. rSEvras^- r tte ywu* iow itimber were unporvxi «nnu jjis&£SgjS-i the. only _ Amea, wa* 30th nlt^ to ft^cw awver oi Hew York ywng lawyer Seawell, who wss to separate her sons the Galveston Time* says in a If lee lts« An Alabamhro upon returning hone, aay* m exchange paper gives the following hu« wxadweription of Texas i "Texas, sip—1Texas is the greatest country in sil creation j I hove looked all over it, from its seabora to its mountains, It is the fofcriand the eoWeit—the wUest and the dri- est. In places the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 November 1854

- : fife- IP; I $>ttrie €imrc. gym utvhmlt ii MS®* WALKER ft DAVIDSON. i a. roan. JO. irausa. w. t. datidsos. JfOV. 4, 1854. Austin has been daring the pest week, the rendezvous of-the several companies called out by the. Governor under the requisition of Gen. Smith, and by authority of the Secretary of War. The men ure generally finely mounted, well commanded and exhibit about as fair a specimen of the chivalry of a State which tas no superior, as could be desired. The original call was for twelve months service, subse- atract. The doings in regard to this matter have as- sumed varied farms. The following is a brief history of the transactions in relation thereto: On the 21st of October, Mr. Geo. Hancock placed in the of James H. Raymond, State Treasurer, n certificate of twenty-four thousand shares In the Sussex Iron Company, . tu so ner share, amounting to three bun- dle thousand dollars. On the Itth Oct. arrived a report of the Sussex Iron Company, exhibiting th9 condition of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 November 1854

£ml&* ""'"rit >T: 1^5 Pnl «£ ■ i Jtes?«s3i§« $&#* rt££ «««fe4fe: readied forth i glittering prize. t surety thought was there;— II that hand uncloses— . . And to its earnest gase, of beauty— No bright imprisoned rajs. e fir,I of many tears i that cherub face,— t first sad disappointment , s'a uncertain race E it hath been, with w all nC~'rr—L~ j dark game have played, Sgfc-. W* have sought to grasp the sunshine,— ■Emm has this beau- and birth, an claimed is like the stara seen on the «t be there pat for in heaven.*'—Wath. idea conveyed in the above is very " we are sorrow that it is not cred- , proper eoatce. It was the snb- toast offered at a Printers' Festival, — ago, in Richmond, Ya., which nQii9 8^ie:— families in Virgima—}Sk& in the sea—they would not there without their great originals in jr, Horn, of the Quit- seems to have a Coming up on the , where he kid Wn on s very near being sent die shady regions of r a collision of the oars.— i rf his trip-ins equally ;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 November 1854

%A . $XNRBPK19MhK m Efc. life* HP riff ia not e furnish the annexed in respecting, places in the of th present gigantic mil- leader who has a good will easily find Sanatoria, | or Gaesleu, 122 miles north of " lis 13 miles north of Se- A few particulars of a place des- ttract public attention for some time i will notoe misplaced here. _ situate on a low, fiat, sandy , stretching along the northern side of a ircolar roadstead. The lazaretta is on 'waft and extends as far as the projection, out- the sandbank. Between it there are several windmills. Hpf are also seen to the south between the tawn ahd a gteat salt lake called Sak. Toward itheast of the roadstead the summits of I of tee mountains of the south coast of the most remarkable Being jh—may be seen. The lake ta considerable extent of ground to [ of the city, and is separated from j a narrow neck of land: As'Our army will march sonthwanl from-this ' wotds as to the coast line may be The great road from Enpatona to L is a remarka...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 11 November 1854

TIES V I -* LEMENT. T<u CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, K>4. NUMBER 50. ABSTffl, MTURDAY, HOT. U. I®4. by our unsuspiciocs Chief Magistrate in Au- gust last? It mi'st be remembered R. J._ Walker it endorsed by a reputation second to no man of the Sge—by services and by all that could render one free from suspicion. The Conven- tion at this place, in 1845, recognized him .as the best friend of Texas, but the insinuated charges of Gov, Pease annihilates all these. The correspondence on the subject of the | Is J. Pinckney Henderson, the soldier, fjie ^.faM^pablishedt dyiiyill 'statesman, the diplomatist, who has spent actions and public. It will be [es cy of the btigbfest years of his life in serving puvuH. -■ -••- - " his adopted State, is he one of the party whose fean issue raised between the Governor and j object is to rob Texas ? tae State Treasurer. Gov. Tease claims the Would the dauntless Ranger, the man, right to decide-upon the sufficiency of the de-! by h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 11 November 1854

two-thirds of the itoikholdeia as- ; guarantee that fifty miles or more of said road ! 'aw been faithfully executed. I then i- i. r ! t .1 , _ x Li j ~-Ar- said th:it I preferred not to act at all, cither eeeptance or rejection of the deposit, t&e issuance of this'prefered stock, , s[lu]l be constructed and in complete order ® re any evidence showing wheii this for business within the term of eighteen 1 fcny stock was subscribed for and i loor on these subjects is," that ed. ' months from the date of said contract, iu ia th , J-1 cordanee with the provisions of the 12th sec- ;* sad T. Butler King propose 4o de- tion of said act, and the terms of the -said ! 'a- fieatc issued to them, and viated 3d, 1854, for three hundred thou- ■ of this prefered stocW which, to the statement of the President he referred to, si all that ew Jersey iced in rogarfl to the tliw company,' consists the prcseat' condition and Iron Compa- state- a "description" of the real ay, estimated at $362,- "signe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 November 1854

V. IH N0¥,18, 1864. b'X?' m /wit:it. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1854. NUMBER 51. vb Owice, Austin, Texas, \ 6th November, 1854. j ains Giles S. Boggess and Wil- . Mam FiUhugh: ' -*'• Gentlemen-—You will repair with jour companies, as early as practicable, The Sew York Sub-Treasury. .j when the Assessors and Collectors have j The annexed extract from the New The amounts set aside for counties, The Mormons. The progress of this really unique sect failed to return the number of scholastic j ^.ork Times, shows the manner in which i jg a matter of astonishment. On reli- i population, will be reserved and held in ; the immense business in that office is ! gjous questions there have been so many 1 this office until the returns are made; at conducted. It js really wonderful that .absurd doctrines promulgated, believed, : which time the estimated amounts wi e nQ greatcr migtakes have occurred in the ■ and their originators looked' upon a3 en- substituted by the amount found...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 November 1854

THE TEXAS STATE TIMES. «. FORD, Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, NOV. 18,1854. done writer has defined war to be the game of statesmen, whose dicc are human boues. And yet the history of the world, ancient and modern, sacred and profane, has made palpa- - I TBBK&—Tbree dollars per annum, wnwfcMy* j ble the ftct that wis one of the concomi- i tants of society, one of the indispensable re- '' gaits of its organisation. About its ethics we hare not a word to say. On this head let philosophers preach. Whether the system of the rude hordes of antiquity, or the refinement of the present mode of destroying human life is the better, we leave to the decision of hair-splitting abstractionists. Cobden advo- cates universal peace, to save mankind from the honors of scientific warfare, while others, equally as philanthropic, have hailed the ad- veut of the " perfection of the art" as the precursor of a better time coming, when uni- versal peace and good will on earth will reign. Some have deprecate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 November 1854

■ : ffcvor of Che j DUFF ATI'S A D VER TISEME TS. r CM. Medlclaes. aad *dl on conunu- _ lbfaucw:—Col. Jofen Hancock, Anstin; J. B. Lindtey, N. 0. ^ Ky.; HMGIUOI • Kx-Goreraor Metcalf, Carlisle, Ky. continue tbe practice of the ^District. Qfkt opposite Anne, Austin, Ten*. Wfcljr II, 1854. We submit to the inspection of the enndrf read- er the following direct and positive testimony to the extraordinary 3edie«l tirtuw and cflcMMf^thc grakffvbbrg medicines, voluntarily rftder- ed by indiridunte of the higbwt standing in the community, who, in their ownfani.l.es in various parts of the country, hare fairly and fully tested , them. Tfceseeonvincmgcertificates, it will be seen. ; I come not fipom olxcnre persons hardly known to j any one, or, as is too frequently the case with 1 a- tent Hedkincs, from fictitious sources. hut ore com- , nended to attention by the high official station and i [9IC6SINI CHEMICALSBHOSS, 1 sale four leagues of P" rofessiooal distinction of those from whom they ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 November 1854

e _ . (g&uratimtM. mm aub £oti5regent. !@alucston ^bocrtisemcnts. Houston ^l&uertiscmcnts. «• ', S -* • r vf£ . & PiiiiS' • <* ;:• ^ JfSwi* J&P.&**. W. «*21 ■ B. HcGiH, S.: J. Harrell, Treasurer; J. T Graves, Secretarv. Awtin, Jane 1, 1854. A It fe 4k> MILAM LODGE, No. 23,jA. • meets every Tuesday evening, at 1 fSBml o'clock, iatheugp<rstp«y of the-Tiagfrgp. ©. ©."I'.—JOHNSON ENCAMP- • VK5T, No. 4, organised July 15,1853, meets on the first and tliird Friday of each m<ath>tj*f o'clock, P. M. MIC.—AUSTIN LODGE, , 12, meets the first Saturday; in ererr month. OiiniiiBi BnH M. Elgin. W. Master; H. I*. Baynie, a Warden; W. L. Hill, J. Warden; F. V DnAn, Treasurer; G. L. Walton, Secretary. Dec* 31, 1853. 8 /" Sail Rma Institute, city of acstis, texas. j rpHIS Institutionjor the Education of Young La- X dies, under the care of an experienced, teacher, i and competeut assistants, ■trill be opened as. a | Boarding and Day School, in Austin, | on Monday, Se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 25 November 1854

r* ■ r r y i ✓ *s / 7 LJ OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATT FBBLBHI ) Wttfcv tlTrTO&T 8Y •WV rfU.KK%. X&' [c° y " 3 x ' v* D J 1 For the Texas State Times, •me PacMc RaIlroi><J ■■ ^ -j>OsIt, &c. j Rail Roads. Mr. eptton: Hie •jfeh the State > I have noticed of late some theoretical re- Qasette has tike "iri^ reference to the Pa- marks in the State Gazrf te and other papers on BAVltiiS |= gv\ S, FORI), Editor. lWB0i X0V. 25, i854 'iW'ifV ■" ' i' " Of November 10th says Gal- sickness aaciflta American JDipl The conference has given rise to s( . met at Ostend, in rolfir raTIKS^ rnt! tne raWBMS Which it employs the subject of a railroad from Galveston to Aus- and remained in s to sustain thp Governor ih his. extia-offieial tin. The views presented are probably cor- tended bv Mes action in rejecting the deposit made by the reef, but like mo# of what has been done in Soule. The conf. Company, are so well calculated to mislead Texas on this subject; they begin and end in ordere...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 25 November 1854

■R-- wUk V «r. €|e €f. ins itatf €in s. JOB* 8. FOKO, BUMr. AUSTIN, MONDAY, NOV. 25, 1851. ^ *w53tL-Tb«e :mKI mmm m ■ ' ■ -. r ^ . g£g£ig* F~-i "'"v. % Ifei b^SvW —ZT? .'-I dollars per anaam, ADVERTISING.—For each square of ten lines, 0t 1M, m« dollar for the first insertion, and fifty onto for each subsequent insertion. Advertise- Mttr not narked with the number ofinsertions de- alt*^ will he continued until otherwise ordered, *adcta«T<ed accordingly. A liberal discount will be male to those advertising by the year. J®* Announcement of Candidates for State offi- Mi fen dollars—Connty offices fire dollars. f^.PoBtical circulars, and communications of ft pri*n*,e or personal nature, will be charged at the tsrne rates as advertisements. . <jVi uncimii Bat.—We are requested to say that tWt will be a Union Religious Service, suita- ble to the occasion, on Thursday nest, at the Pres- byterian Church, at half-past 10 o'clock, a. h. Her. Johr> W. Phillips -will preach the sermon. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 25 November 1854

,1 mm ' * ly informs the public his '*"' "'' "" be will be of business. Book Benin in the city, thfully execute >11 orders on reasonable terms. TT7<.X be offered i j|r YV/oar Anctlon Root ay die second j consisting , Cribs, Wash j a large tot of 'dry goods, f "November 24th, 1854. Sale*. iblic Auction in front of , on Congress Avenue, on of December, * large lot ' Bureaus, Tables, Chairs, tanda, 4c-—all new, together with a stock of E. FINNLN k Co. 52:2w -W . FtfrSale at AactSan, ' front of oujiauatitia room, on Sitkriaj/ next, Decgj Mf Idja likely Negro Olrt}4.4 ' age, a good cook, washer and ironer. Terms Cash. , E. F1NNIN & CO Austin. Nov. 25, 1854. 52:lt- ■J" HE undersigned keeps on hand, and for sole, a ►LOW your tern Gabriel. We are now ready I to furnish the citizens of Austin with Fresh ark, and Corned Beif at all times of dav^, pxteudevl ihc area of *'■" Jo kejj Kggs, Butter, Chickens and Yege- the faint and hungry have only to er man, Mr. Butts, who will satisfy ...

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