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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 12 September 1856

•y \ / b *9 2- Telegraphic News. Adjournment of Congress.—Ths Arsenal Workmen Restored.—Washington, Sept I.—On Saturday night the House yielded and passed the Army Appropriation bil't (by a majority of thies,) without the Kansas proviso. Congress immediately adjourned sine die. The .workmeu discharged from the Arsenals, by order of the \Var Department, will be immediately restated to their place*. Kansas Affairs.—The President has prom- ised the Kansas Naiionai Committer to protect the Territory from invasion, and to guarantee fairness in the coming election. Advices from Kansas state that the Southerners are fortifying Wakarusa. It is stated that the Free Soilers have captured Tecumseli, and that thirty-three Pro-Slavery men were killed. Later Particulars of the Kansas Troubles. War in Kansas.—All tiie news from Kansas published last week, is f ully corrob- orated, except the taking oí Lecompton Col. Titus, we rejoice to learn, was not killed, but he was severely wounded in the han...

Publication Title: Central Texian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 12 September 1856

MEDICINES. Jwr'i Turkish Malm, 7%e only Certain Remedy for Batánese, And for Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. AS a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and keep- in the Hair Sort, Qfossr, and in a Healthy condition, it í unequalled. its positive qualities art as follows: lsf It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens tiie roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing coforf or get- tinggray. 2d. It causes the hairto earl beautifully, when done op in it over night: This Balm is made from the original receipt, procured from the original Tarkish Hakim f phy- sician) of Constantinople, where it is universally used. The Turks have always been celebrated for their wonderfid skill in compounding the richest perfumes and all other toilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic herbs, &c., of which this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used fot the hair. Henct a ease of baldness or thin head of hair is entirely unknown tn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 September 1856

~rr ._■ ,- 30CH TEXIAN. BY R. A. VAN HORN TERMS—$3 00 IN ADVANC E VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTf * TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 17, 1856. NO. 17. Going Up and Coming Sown. This is a simple song, 't is true, My songs are never over-nice; And yet I '11 try and scatter through A little pinch of good advice. Then listen, pompous friend, and learn, Never to boast of much renown, For fortune's wheel is on the turn, And some go up and some come down. I know a vast amount of stocks A vast amount of pride insures; Bat fate has picked so many locks I would n't like to warrant yours. Remember, then, and never spurn The one whose hand is liard and brown, For he is likely to go up And you are likely to come down. Another thing you vill agree, -f P *rut,h,may h* as ypfl eefafessédjjv' ThaF^Codfish-Aristocracy?' - * . Is hat a scaly thing at best. And though the lishes large and strong May seek the little ones to drown, Yet fishes all, both great and small, Are going up and coming down. Our lives are full ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 September 1856

i 0 3^ ■ CENTRAL TEXIAN. ALFRED A. PITTUCK, Editor. TERMS: Subscription. Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Dollars i5 not paid within six months from the time * f subscribing. Texian and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One DoVlarp^r square for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight lines or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long primor constituting a square. Professional or business carás, of not more than ten lines, will be inse¡ted at Teu Dollars per annum. Announcing candidates for county o$c«s Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage hnd. obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, September 17,1856. agents t F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized igent. 02?" JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. U^~ GEORGE E. ROTTE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 September 1856

mm ;*" */i - .. -fmira t) A Temperance Joke.—Joe Hairis was a whole-souled, merry fellow, and very fond of a glass. After living in New Orleans for many years, he came to «he conclusion of visiting au old uncle away up in Massa- chusetts, whom he had not seen for many years. Now there is a difference between New Orleans and Massachusetts in regard to the use of ardent spirits, and when Joe arrived there, and found all the people run mad about temperance, he felt bad. Think- ing wiih the old song, " that keeping the spirits up, by pouring the spirits down," was one of the best ways to make time pass, he began to feel indeed that he was in a pickle. But on the morning after his arrival, the old man and his sous being out at work, his aunt came to him and said: " Joe, you have been living at the South, aud no doubt are in the habit of taking something to drink about eleven o'clock Now I keep some for' medical purposes,' but let no one know it, as my husband wants to be a good example.'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 September 1856

M 'Éffi'X V úl l ICINES. «Ifw'8 Turkish Balm, The only Certain Remedy for Baldness, a ¿ /or Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. AS a Toilet Artide, for Beautifying and' keep- in the Hair Soft, Glossy, and in a Healthy condition, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities are as follows: 1st. It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing cdor\ or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when done up in it over night. sician) of Constantinople, where it is universally used. The Turks have always been celebrated for their wonderful skill in compounding the richest perfumes and all other toilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic herbs, &c., of which this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used for the hair. Hence a case of baldness or thin head of hair is entirely unknown rn that country. We wish but one trial io be made of :t; that will do more to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 24 September 1856

THE CENTR f # TEXIAN. '■m by r- a. van horn. "inmp1k2m? ©h ill subi2ct3-*-ssinfha2. ohhohe. terms—$3 00 in advance VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 24, 1856. NO. 18. .. 75. ,6th, thsre a portion of •ufc... ,a\fy stationed At. A Notn.er having sprung up on . previous niglit, the thermometer fell to thirty-nine degrees above zero. Meanwhile Santa Anna had receive'! rein- forcements, and now enlarged his guard, the sentinels being placed nearer the fort. The Texians sallied out for wood and water, without loss; and at night succeeded in burning some old houses north-east from the fort, and near a battery erected by the enemy on the Alamo «Jitefij about eight hundred yards distant. During all this time the Mexicans kept up a constant firing, but with little effect. On the 28th, they erected another lottery at the old mill, eight hundred yards north, and attempted to cut off the waier from the fort. The Texians were engaged in strengthening their works, by throwing up ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 24 September 1856

Kf CENTRAL TEXIAN. ALFRED A PITTÜCK, Editor. TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not paid within six months from the time of subscribing. Texian and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion and Fifty Cents-for each {^additional insertion—eight lines or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business cards, of not more than ten lines, will be inserted at Ten Dollars per annnm. Announcing candidatesfor county offices Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, September 24,1856. AGENTS: (T7" F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New OrleaRS, is our authorized •igent. 03*" JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. 03^ GEORGE E. ROTT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 24 September 1856

HOPE. How dark! how cheerless would be this terrestrial world, were it deprived of that refulgent orb whose rays roll back the sable curtain or night, and introduce the smiling dawn of east-rising day: no verdant hills— no flowery Vales or golden harvests—no purling streams or waving forests, along whose silvery course or amid whose foliage green, the summer breeze wafts the encliant- iog notes of rural song; but nature's handi- work all concealed. Earth would present a woful counterpart to that deep gloom which Avould brood in sullen silence over the immortal mind, accustomed to luxuriate amid the varied beauties of nature. But let the sun refuse to shine; let the moon withdraw her light; let the hand Omnipo- tent sweep the glittering train from the brow of evening—and this darkened world Id present a scene scarcely more appal- than that impenetrable night which Id overspread the mental horizon—that -¿hilling suspense which would wither the most laudable aspirations; freeze up the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 24 September 1856

Xí MEDICINES. .fs r 8 Turkish Balm, Th* only Certain Remedy for Baldness, and fvr Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. AS a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and keep- in the Hair Soft, Glossy, and in a Healthy condition, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities are as follows: 1st. It frees the hea'l from dandmfE strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing colorí or get- ting gray. 2d. It onuses the hair to curl beautifully, when done up in it over night. This Balm is made from the original receipt, procured from the original Turkish Hakim (phy- sician) of Constantinople. where it is universally used. The Turks have ahvuys been celebrated for their wonderful skill in compounding the richest perfumes and all < ther toilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic herbs, &tr,, of which this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used for the hair. Hence a case of baldness or thin head of hair is entirely...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 1 October 1856

4 THE CEN T^--1 m BY R. A.- VAN HORN. sOTscig-ranm OK a# TERMS—$3 00 IN ADVANCE arásE VOL. 3. Autumn Payments. '• The melancholy days have come, The sadde9t of the year.:' When notes are due. and lengthy bills Come in from far and near ; When " here ;s a small accouat of yours" Is whispered in your ear, And "won't you please to settle now V Is all the talk yon hear. Yon scarce can take a morning walk, Without ere long you 're met By Mr. Snooks, who wants to know If you can:t settle yet; And at the hour of " dusky eve,'' When you do homeward hie, Upon the parlor table, lo! A pile of bills do lie. Ye chaps .whose salary amounts To ten times ten a year. Who sport your pa*jntrle tlji«r boo**- With such a — And wear y^Wf^e^oUar «tights," And prMen bnttotfed vest, I woj*>1er not when autumn comes K>H seek in vain for rest. Ye girls with empty bonnets stuck Upon your empty heads. With high-priced silk and satin things, With hoops, and flowers, and beads— I wonder what papa will say W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 1 October 1856

\ • • #v CENTRAL TES ALFRED A. PlTTUCfiL. Editor TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not paid withiu six months from the time of subscribing. Texian and Baptist, Fire Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each ££ additional insertion—eight lines or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business card's, of not more than ten lines, will be inserted at Ten Dollars per annum.. Announcing candidates for county offices Five Dol- lars, other announcements, Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be clmged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, October 1, 1856. AGENTS : F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized igent. " eep=- JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent i n Galveston. Qp- UEORGE E. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 1 October 1856

*) meraenrescn i : V i Ir National Whig Convention. Baltimore, Sept. 17.—the Convention met at noon. Twenty-six States are repre- sented by large delegations. The immense hall in which the Convention holds its ses- sions is densely crowded, and the most in- tense interest seems to be felt as to the proceedings of the Convention. Ex-Gov. Washington Hunt, of New York, was appointed temporary Chairman. On taking the Chair Gov. Hunt made an elo- quent speech, which was received with en- thusiasm. A committee of organization was ap- pointed, alter which Washington's Fare- well Address was read. The committee on o-ganization has ap- pointed J udge Edward L. Bates, of Missouri, as permanent President of the Convention, with Vice PresiJtfnts as usual. The Convention then took a recess until 9 o'clock, P. M. EVENING SESSION. 9 o'clock, P. M.—The Hall was crowded to its utmost capacity sometime before the hour arrived for the Convention to resume its deliberations. The greatest enthusiasm was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 1 October 1856

W *1 m MEDICINES. MISOBI.T,6.1*3303. WA9HING-TOW SALVE •iiZinr^H Turkish Mitltil, I SO agreeable to the taste that any one taking it The only Certain Remedy for Baldness, ■ soon Pre!er.s ^ apy w'ne: while its art ion on and for Preventing and Stopping \ \ the Falling out of the Hair. AS a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and kerp in the Hair Sott, Glossy, and in a Healthy | condition, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities are as follows: 1st. It frees the head from dandrnff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing color¿ or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when done np in it over night. This Balm is made from the original receipt. the stomach and bowels is prompt and efficient, thus, by keeping the organ in which the basis of the blood is formed in a healthy and pure state, necessarily keeps the blood pure and healthful. It is a stimulant without reaction,unlike all alco- holic preparations, wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 8 October 1856

v-í^v * THE CENT BY R. A. VAN HORN. £¡ í 2JK2fl£ft £ m TERMS—$3 00 IN ADVANC E VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES ()OU|TY, TEXAS, OCTOBER 8, 1856. NO. 20. Conquer with Kindness. I ouce had a neighbor—a clever man— who came to me one day, and said, «' Es- quire White, I want you to come and get your geese away." 41 Why," says 1, " what are my geese do- ing?" " They pick my pig's ears when they are eating, and drive them away; and I will not have it." " What can I do?" said I. •'You must yoke them, and keep them at home in the bargain." " That I have not time to do now," said I. " I do not see but they must run." •' If you do not take care of them, I shall." said the shoemaker. •' What do you say, Esquire White?" t¿fce,cive of litem now, but I "will pfcyfor all damages." f " Well, you will fiiid that a hard thing I guess," said he. So off he went, and presently I heard a terrible fuss and squalling among the geese. The next I heard, was that he killed three. My children went and found them drea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 8 October 1856

* •. • ✓ CENTBAL TEXIAN. ALFRED A. PITTPCK. Editor . TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not paid withiu six months from the time of subscribing. Texian and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, tor ihe first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight lines or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long primer constituting a square. • Professional or business cards, of not more than ten lines, will be inserted at Ten Dollar per annum. Announcing candidates for county offices Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: ====== Wednesday, October 8, 1856. ~~ AGENTS s Gy F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized •igent. 057* J OHM HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. [i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 8 October 1856

.'m : * .. * I A 9 % Mi&M- a* bag an Nicaragua holds opeo liet hospitable shores. Onward and upward is oar motto, and so Adiós.—N. 0. Crescent. A. M. Th« Weser Gazette, and other German papers announces that the Poles who re- turned to Russia on the faith of the Em- peror's amnesty, have been arrested. Winter Forage.—As a green crop, try "Wheat, sown ihick in three feet drills, dn deeply plowed and rich land. It will give your animals green food nearly all winter, bearing repeated cuttings. Dr. M'Xtane'a Vermifuge. It is no small evidence of the intrinsic value of this great Vermifuge when even physieians, 'who are generally prejudiced agr.inst patent medicines, voluntarily came forward and testify to its tri- umphant success in expelling worms. Harrisonvixle, Ky., April 2,1849. "I am a practicing physician, residing perma- nently in this place- In the year 1843, when a resident of the State of Missouri, I became ac- quainted with the superior virtues of Dr. M'Lane's Vermifuge. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 8 October 1856

f. . • w ■' T MEDICINES. •izor'8 Turkish Malm, 77¿s OHify Certain Remedy for Baldness, and for Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. A S a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and keep- jt\ in the Hair Sclt, Glossy, and in a Healthy condition, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities are as follows: 1st. It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing color), or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifiilly, when r« i ) in it over night. This Balm is made from the original receipt, procured irom the original Turkish Hakim (phy- sician) of Constantinople, where it is universally used. The Turks have always been celebrated for their wonderful skill in compounding the richest perfumes and all ether 'oilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic herbs, &c, of which this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used for the hair. Hence a case of baldness or thin head of ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 15 October 1856

«* TIIK CENTRAL BY R. A. VAN HORN. St IH3SPSH32KT @U Ml 8213226$—HS3T3UL 0N ROMS." TERMS—$3 00 IN ADVANCE VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, OCTOBER 15, 1856. NO. 21. The Sabbath. SABBATH DESECRATION UNPROFITABLE. Men who work against the command- ment of God, work against the providence of God; and that providence will be too strong for them. " I used," said the master of a vessel, " sometimes to work on the Sabbath ; but something would happen by which.I lost so much more than I gained by working on the Sabbath, that on one occasion, after having been at work and met with some disaster, I swore most profanely that 1 never would work again, or suffer my men to work on that day. And I never hare." He finds it works better. He does not «wear now, He-has induced many others not to swear, and not to break the Sabbath. He finds that in the keeping of God*s com- mands there is great reward. Ail who obey them will find the same. An old gentleman in Boston remarked, " Men do not gain ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 15 October 1856

CENTRAL TEXIAN. ALFASO A. PirrUCK, Editor TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not paid withiu six mouths from the time of subscribing. Texian and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion arid Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight lines or less in bre- vier, or ten lines in long primer constituting it square. Professional or business cards, of not more than ten lines, will be inserted at Ten Dollars per annum. Announcing candidates for county off«i«s Five Dol- lars, other announcements, Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, October 15,1856. AGENTS : By F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized igent. JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. CJr- CEORGE E. ROTTENSTEIN is...

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