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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 February 1857

- * VOLUME IV. dlTY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1857. NO. 8 •Me M WWIBW STSBT SATURDAY, OX PECAX STREET, (OPPOSIT* THOMAS FBKIMAX'S STORE,) S. FORD & ED. FINNIN. I Jr. | Why 5Iarriag«n are becoming less thunder tones against the evil; and to frequent. | Go(1 it may be remedied ere we sink J The Mobile Register pu is ec a we . jrretr;eva])]^ |)eneat]l its withering, curs- written and appropriate artic e un er , effectSj jnj0 a gtate 0f hitolei •able cor- tb caption. There has been . falling, ^ ,icMnf ^ off m the number of marriages, within r the last few years, reported by journals (Koramunirations. TERMS: C " Three Dollars, payable, invariably, in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Destitation. MR. EUITOKJ— .As there are in the field several public spirited gentlemen, who kindly oiler to as- sume the onerous duties of the Sheriffalty, (Jn Iisijrortant lo (be Ladies, if True The annexed notice is a real Cod-send to i toe lauies. Should half the extraordinary articles des...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 February 1857

tale taws, JOHN S, FORD, Editor. town of Obraje, eight or tan miles from Ri- vas, on the Granada road. lie sent out two AOSTIK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1857- Afenls for State Times. The following persona are authorized to receive and receipt far subscriptions and job-work due this off 06 ' JL X. Billingcley, Waco, McLennan Co., Texas. J. T. Flint, Belton, Bell county, Texas. Strond Helton, Cameron, Milam countr, Texas. Andrew Schoten, Hamilton, Bmrnet connty, Texas. J. M. Archer, Webberrille, Trans county, Texas. B. M. Castlcman, Bastrop, Bastrop county, Texas. T«at*uso Agent.—Wm. R. Stevenson. Sen Advertisements. We would call attention to the advertisement j the enemy behind their barricades. ^ of the Atlanta, Ga., Medical College, in to-day's | deavored to draw-them out into the open ,, paper. , (field. He partially succceded, and crave them ^ ■ The professional card o W J Montgomery. | SQ warm a ^ {h ht See, also, swan a magmficient Lottery Scheme j ^ ^ f \ t ™ .. i? .—capital pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 February 1857

•t Foreign and Telegraphic Items. Russia and Chjxj£ , New York, Feb. 9.—An important treaty has been concluded between Rus- sia and China by which fire ports in China have been opened to the Russians. Large Fire at Louisville. Louisville, Feb. 9.—A block of/ware- houses valued at $60,000, and occupied by Messrs. Gallagher, Atkinson, Dartley Johnson & Co., and Summers, four of the prominent merchants of Louisville, ha3 been destroyed by fi?e. Nothing saved. Total loss $2l£,000, which is covered by insurance f River News. The ice has disappeared, and boats are leaving for Cincinnati. This morn- ing, the ice in all sections, began to move off gently, under the influence of the South wind. Central American Treaty. Washington, Feb. 5.—By a decided vote, the Senate has referred the Central American Treaty back to the Committee on Foreign Relations, which is understood to be equivalent to rejection. New Torlc, Feb. 9.—There has been a tremendous freshet in the Hudson Ri- ver ; many of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 February 1857

\ * Safogtr's Cartis. ^^psician's Carte, c. n.RA OLPU, Attorney-at-Laic, AUSTIN, TEXAS, «, PRACTICE is THE DISTRICT AND inferior courts of Travis and the adjoining comities. He will give special attention to busi- mm before the Court of Claims. Charges reasonable. HE KEFERS TO IX 0> Hydft * Co.. New York; W. M. Smith, Esq Mobile; A. H. Evans, Esq.. Washington city; Hons. H. M. Potter, Galveston; A. E. Palmer, Houston: H. R. Runnels, Boston (Texas): J. W. Throckmorton, McKinney : S. A. Mavcrick, San Rnv h wott Ant«rio; S. Crosby,Com. Gen. Laud Office; Wm. I Bm I "K RO* "• SCOTT, Fields,- Liberty; P. C. Dixon, Anderson: F. M. -* White T"«nt and members of the Sixth Legisla- |nrp ' Septfi 1856 nS;i ] y DK. M. M. LITTES will continue to prac j AUSTIN COLLEGIATE tice bis profession as heretofore—Office on m t m tt m Congress Avenue opposite to Mr. Swenson's store. ]\J ^1l Jj Jj] iNSllItllJuii Dr- J- H. HF.RNDOS ' HAS his Office and Residence on the Public Square, west of the new Conrt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 March 1857

TEIA 1 CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY. _MARCH_7,_I857 NO. 9 MmaT3rrr5as=j STORY SATURDAY, ON PECAN STREET, THOXAB VKSEMAK'S STORE,) HN S. FORD SED. F1N.NIN. Trade between England and Amer- | Mr. Cobden on Maritime law. , A French Marriage of Prude.vci:. j lea. j A third letter on maritime law has been j —The Paris Siecle contains the follow- The London Times has devoted an written by Mr. Cobdeu, and forwarded to ;ng; The following is the Secretary of the Sheffield Foreign Affaire ! Qn 29th December last a town in Committee: j the north of France was quite en fete Gltn Garth, (near Bangor,) Dec. 15. | on acCount of tlie marriage of Mdle. Sir,—Your letter, with the accompanying ' Eugenie I) the only daughter of comments of the Sheffield Foreign Affairs j a manufacturer of the neighborhood, (at TSse Ferjred Will. ho following thrilling scene in Court s the Evening Post) was related bv *fcRM8: Three Dollars, payable, inYariably, m advance. *.^3 6FADVBlOTSraG. ...$1 00 article to this s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 March 1857

• « late times, JOHN S, FORD, Editor. would present no obstacle to the running of the cars. The road could always be APSTDf, SATURDAY, MARCH 7. 18.77- Agents iter State Times. The following persons are authorized to receive nd receipt for subscriptions and job-work due this office: V J. H. Archer, Webberrille, Travis conoty, Texas. Andrew Schoten, Hamilton, Barnet " " R. M. Castlcm&n, Bastrop, Bastrop " Strond Melton, Cameron, Milam R. *. Billing?ley, Waco, McLennan " jr. T. Flint, Belton, Bell -John C. Russell, Gatesvllle, Coryell " Ken Advertisements. Cnr readers are referred to the advertisement of B. A. Kxell, A. M., who propose* establishing in SSSttfS'p2^s£ pendit«^ of the Quartermaster Depart- of Negroes, to come off on the 28th of this month!; a Land Sale from Bill County; Administrator's Notice, *c. * Tbe Quartermaster's Department. Pacific Railroad. Gen. Thos. S. Jesup, the Quarter- master General, made an interesting, re- port of the condition of this branch of the se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 March 1857

r * ^ * / I ■Mill ii ntill --"tf""*1'1''- Swedish hong, and Wetmore & Company i Institute for the Blind. j • f CnrsEss Difficulties. j in the Imperial hong; but it was doubt- T take this method of informing the cozens of. « •• J*""*?* , .' j .« . • ,i I , , , , " , ° \ , , ! JL Texas, that a School will be opened for the in- Itis generally understood that m the j ful whether these would escape the con-1 gtroction of viJe unn,i thi? citv, over which l j recent Mfrij on the Canton river, that! flagration. The Agra, Oriental and j shall have complete control, hence will be region-1 tiM Chinese were the aggressors on the * « «■«« Lnlc nn firn with nil i sible for its success. This school will be ready j Americans, and reports have since reach- ed London that they had tendered ample ^ihinrfiis appointed for the inau- f UURATTOK. WASHINGTON, February 21.—The Canton would be no longer spared to-day appointed the committee mercantile banks were on fire, with no i "bie for it* success. ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 March 1857

lafoiurs' Carbs. c. pjnsitian's Carbs. (Durational. T\R. J. 91. LITTCK will continue to pmc | f tiro his profession ns heretofore—Office on I Congress Avenue opposite to Mr. Swenson's store, j Austin, Oct. 20, 46:tf ~ VSERXDOX ! Residence cn the Public II. RAXDOLPH, Attorney- at-Base, AUSTIN, TEXAS, WLL PRACTICE IS THE DISTRICT AND inferior courts of Travis and the adjoining counties. He will give special attention to busi- j hes before the Court of Claims. j Charges reasonable. HE 3EFEBS TO D. a Hyde k Co.. New York; W. M. Smith, I Esq., Mobile; A. H. Evans, Esq., Washington city; ! JQR X. A. TAYLOR, Office, N. i'ownsends AUSTIN COLLEGIATE FEMALE INSTITUTE. FRANCIS T. DUFl'AU, Dr- J. II. HAS his Office and Square, west of the new Court-house, where ! he will be pleased to receive calls from those desir- j ing his services. Austin, Aug. 23, 1856. 37:tf THE Scholastic year, comprising the 10th and 11th sessions, will coinirence oil the tii-jr \(*i'i day in September. The faculty of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 March 1857

*5 i /fl * t:K $3lg*% ' S&Fp jL-iia-F^rSl Irt • ' ^i- - . . J '; *i* Oj 3ii1Hvi.t.i'i '. Sfci-'-i ,?'■' •s.wy^rarv Isteuwf A#v"' -}%$£ «t ? *•' &>l«bS4E e" 1 m a—■'—vj--.r: ua CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MARCH" 14, 1857 NO. 10 *2.«mcr3*sr=: late firms, pSHShbL^ . U runoaxD mn Saturday, os picas street, (orpoarr* tboxas ninus's store.) B¥ JOHN S. FOBD & ED. FINNIN. "SBMS: Three Dollars, payable, invariably, advance. RATES OF ADVKRTISIMJ. Onesqnar^ (ten lines) first Insertion, •$* jjjj $10*00 ^months,$ 7 00 ceri, $5 «. 18 oo " ..24 00 " 18 oe ".........31 00 " 34 00 « 37 00 « 40 00 " .....43. 00 " 46 00 12 00 ......16 00 .....19 00 21 00 23 00 25 00 27 00 00 31 00 Comimnrications. For the Texas State Times. tinence, sufficiently close to yours to render ! reeling through the streets like a sail in a a hasty withdrawal of your head necessary to stormy sea. In other words our alderman, i save you from the effects of their perfumed was in that maudlin Three-le^ed Will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 March 1857

late Cimes, Nicaragua. From the Port (Greytown) to divergence of The interest excited in the public mind by j Colorado 14 mile9 j Texas Saddles. A Compliment to our Mechanics.—; JOHN S, FORD, Editor. AfTSm SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1S: 7- in i 1* : Agents for State Times. | the stirring events recently transpiring in j From Colorado to Serapiqui ' Nicaragua constitute an ample apology for condensing the remarks of authors who have published works on the geography, climate and productions of this fertile land. Nicaragua, including the pretensive King- The following persons are authorized to 1 ,]oin 0f Mosquitia. is of an irregular shape tad receipt for subscriptions and job-work due this j ° £ and extends lrom about 10 degrees and oil minutes, North latitude, to the fifteenth degree, it also covers about as many degrees of longitude. It is less than 300 miles office: J. M. Archer, Webbervilte, Travis conoty, Texas. Andrew Scfaotei, Hamilton, Bwuet " B. XL Gaatleman, Bastrop, Bastrop " Stro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 March 1857

"4 'i 'ik Telcgnplilc Items. Thk Buchanan Cabinet. Baltimore, Feb- 26.—The National Intelligencer giws the following as Pre- aidentBuchanan's Cabinet: Secretary of State; Lewis Cass, Mich- 1^ecretary of Treasury ; Howell Cohb, ^Gaomt. _ „ , Secretary of War; John B. Floyd, gjecretary of the Navy; Aaron V. "Brown, Tennessee. • Secretary of the Interior; Jacob Thompson, Mississippi. Poet-Master General; J. Glancy Jones, Pennsylvania. Attorney General ; Isaac Toncey, -Connecticut. Mb. Buchanan. Mr. Buchanan arrived in Baltimore «6n Monday. Flood in Northwestern Illinois. Heavy rains have fallen in Northwes- tern Illinois. Rock River rose to an extraordinary height, and swept off the Galena Rail- road Bridge at Stearling, and piled the ice up on the railroad track six feet high. River at Louisville. Louisville, Feb. 28.—There is nine feet water in the canal, and six feet water on the falls, and falling. Congressional. New Tore, Feb. 27.—The U. S. Sen- ate has passed by a vote of 38 to 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 March 1857

ttrarw? Ja&mcrs' Citr&s. ^Pijgsiton's Carbs. (^rotational. C. e. RAMPOLPH, Attorney-at-Law, A08TIN, TEXAS, | n«- J* M* tLI™ wi!1 continue to prac ; AUSTIN COLLEGIATE J f are hi3 profession as heretofore—Office on ' • _ _ _ ! ^sAc^T«°Steto Mr"Swensona store- FE MA LE IN STIT U TE. FRANCIS I. DUFFAU, ^EDJciNi Dr. J. II. IIERXDOS mflLL PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND ff inferior courts of Travis and the adjoining canities. He will give special attention to busi- | Bess before the Qourt of Claims. | he will be pleased to receive calls from those desir- , day in ^September. Charges reasonable. , ! ing bis services. Tl"' " ~ ' he rsfbrs to | Austin, Ajjg. 23, 185G. 37:tf D. a Hyde * Co.. New York; W.M. Smith, . m ; — ' are equal To any teachers of the best instita- Esq., Mobile; A. H. Evans,Esq., Washington city; TkR- &. A. TAYLOR, Office, N. Townsends tions in the Union, the Principal having taken Hons. H. H. Potter, Galveston; A. E. Palmer, , %J Drug Store. Residence north of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 March 1857

> THE rii :irr mm CITY OF AVST TV." TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 21,18 a I NO. 11 n nrr*""™ ***** •*TBmnATi °" *wua "****> hHOUTI TXOMil FUBUS'S 8T0RB,) M JOHN S. FORD i ED, FINNIN. T<R*S: Three DoHmn, payable, inT riably, ** umtrr OF ABVERTISING. Oh wpare first Insertion 00 1 « " " WOO « 12 M $1 00 60 3 * • a « * « rr « * « ; !9 " * 110 -* .34 00 " 18 00 •' 31 00 « 34 00 " .... 37 00 40 00 « 43 00 « 46 00 Aw«k*mknt3.—For ♦Owmtynflkers $5. State offices, ..16 00 19 00 21 00 S3 00 .....25 00 27 00 29 00 .....31 00 $10; for re-1 The Sew Mexican Tlrefc. tar at the pole no such change would ap- j By the Mliooiur OA L^-Ospt. ;p«r. ^^-3—' TK™ I litems of S«. from Mexico: Mexican Item*. The N. 0. Pacayune has the follow- A friend writing from Virginia quests the editor of this sheet to publish: • > w.. ; 5— > , " , . ,wiinatinn Thus facts in relation to the soil, and pro-1 ^ *he eye, but also for the | The treaty has created a great ^ensa- Many articles on . ^ 22<j u]t_ trom tb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 March 1857

late ©meg, JOHN S, FORD, Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 21. 1857- Tlie Progress of Liberal Prlac!i)>es- the Gazette and tlie Public Trea- Mexican Xews and other items if Periodically, for the last three quar- sury. Hsitellisence. V r nt#rr— ters of a century, the principles of Demo- The La Grange Issue supposes the To the well known Bill Dean, who arJi you this day to take the s stin by the San Antonio stage, y " ? W1'i f^'thfnllv execi I the spirit ot progress in one year from the public treasury.!on Monday night, wc are indebted for importance that caused This is rather above the sum. There is s following interesting items ot in:elli- cracy, like a long pent-up volcano, have State Gazette has drawn about §50,000 j r've<l in An burst forth, and has assumed an Jimteftr State Tines. tyrants to tremble upon their unsteady , one thing beyond doubt, the State Ga-j£ence: The following persons are authorized to receive thrones, and despotism to quail before; zette has been sustaine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 March 1857

Chills. Thk dABOTT—Again.-—We gave on Tkrt naner ' ^Iesome affection, should use Farr'3 Ague Tonic i the names of the Cabinet. Tktpap ^ e ^ __ f Testerfay haa another dispatcfi; stating y r (h*t the following nanes have been sent fa to the Senate and confirmed—this time for certain: Secretary of State—Lewis Cass. Secretary of the Treasnry—Howell Cobb. Social in ^ of War—John B. Floyd. * of the Navy—Isaac Toucy. Secretary of the Interior—Jacob Thomp- SOU* p Attorney General—Judge Black, of Pennsylvania. Postmaster General—Aaron V. Brown. Confirmations were made yesterday of die nominations of Samuel Treatt, Judge of the United States Court of the Eas- tern District of Mississippi; of Thos. H. Buvall, as Judge of the United States Court ot the Western District of Texas; Richard B. Hubbard in the Easteni, and M. M. Parsons in the Western Districts of Texas, as United States Attorneys. ■James L. Jones, as United States Mar- shall for the Western District of Missouri. CONCESSIONAL, ETC. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 March 1857

Jeers' (Lards. |3ijnsitnns Curbs. {?-buc;itiona M. LITl'EN will continue to prac ; rvR. j. m. Lin £ f tier his profession as heretofore—Office on C. B. RUDOLPH) Attorney at-LaiS, : Congress Avenue opposite to Mr. Swenson's store. •„ AUSTIN, TEXAS, j Austin, Oct. 20, 4t>:tf WILL PRACTICE PJ THE DISTRICT AND ~ Qr, j. |f. (lERKDOS iuferior courts of Tr vij«iid the «4joininjr tjaS his Office and Residence on the Public counties. He will (five special attention to busi- Square, west of the new Court-house, where ne9s before the Court of Claims. Charges reasonable. m RECESS TO D. C. Hyde ft Co.. New York; W. M. Smith, Esg., Mobile; A. H. Evans, Esq., Washington city; Hgns. H. M. Potter, Galveston; A. E. Palmer, Houston; H. R. Runnels, Boston (Texas): J. W. Throckmorton, McKinney; S. A. Maverick, San Antonio ; S. Crosby, Com. Gen. Land Office; Wm. Fields. Liberty; D. C. Dixou, Anderson; F. M. AUSTIN COLLEGIATE FEMALE INSTITUTE.! FRANCIS T. DITFAI. i& THE Scholastic year, comprising ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 March 1857

n rEXAS CV' r 71 rr s— ST? ib Sfe" ♦ VOLUME IV. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1857. NO. 12 mm tate fees, n (quibu stay saturday, ok picas stbebt, , (omnti thohas vusvak's stork,) BY JOHN S. FORD OD. FfflNIN. , ; ; : tSBXS: Three Dollars, payable, invariably, in advance. RATK80FTDVERT1SIN G. Ome square (tenlines) firet insertion,....-.-$1 00 Bach subsequent insertion,. l iqnan.one rear, $10 00;Sixmonths,$ " 00 3 « « « 18 00 5 « « u 24 00 28 00 31 00 34 00 37 00 40 00 43 00 ,,_...46 00 Delicate suggestions. At the commencement of oar career, as Associate Editor of the Times, we wish to impress one important fact upon the minds of the people. With many the opinion has be- come popular, that editors and printers are organized upon the model of a chamelion, which some say can subsist upon thin air. Now upon our sacred word and honor, there ' is no more truth in the doctrine, than in the theory that the blessed shining'moon is made of green cheese. Of our own knowledge we JjJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 March 1857

-s 9WJ&.m. ...tmm. MP y i ■fate f\m% JOHN S, FORD, Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 28. 1857. ^ie===== Ageati for State Times. Ih following parsons are authorised to receive and receipt for subscriptions and job-work due this otto£ * J. M. Archer, Webberrille, Trans conoty, Texas. Andrew Schoten, Hamilton, Burnet " " R. V. CasUeman, Bastrop, Bastrop " " Strond Melton, Cameron, Milam " " B. M. Billingsley, Waco, McLennan " " X t. Flint, Belton, Bell " «' John C. Rasaell, Gat«*ville, Coryell " " John S. Owen, San Marcos, Hays '• " Charles Kelly, Victoria, Victoria " " Taxi Noricr.—No person is authorized to re- ceive or Teceipt for money due the office of the State Times in Travis county, except the published county agents, X Debhat, Esq., and the foreman cf the office, Capt. J. T. Pbcitt. The books and accounts will be foiled at the office, where one of the persons named will allways be found. J®- The Rev. Wm. M. Baker will preach in the Presbyterian Church in this city next Sabba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 March 1857

- >***►*." PSfe : For th# State Times. Strange but Doubtless True.—We are indebted to the Casaville (6a.) Stand- to yo«," Catond.— ard for the following. It sounds rather the taairtnarj of the j ijjjg fiction, hut it is doubtless true: From a letter received by our country- man, Mr. Robert B. Tomlinson, we take - the following extract. It is from a gen- ; Mr"j0g* nmstTxissL. R." Datis, all of Travis tleman, whose character for truth cannot county, Texas. ibW . IUl %Mkqf Si Patrick, md «bo of oa« of the latter -;-jf ygifniirWli On the morning of thfc Tjli mil It; jeui «go, (I hate to tell my ft-iaht throw **toofcr into old bachelor- j t.^1. servant first made hi* bow to Om UhakiUata of thii nether, sphere, and as the IBMtilnm ill it*1'1 amval had been expected diriag the previous night, the green banks of the Stans* was not the ground to be without a CrvMttr* Lax* on the event. Well, it was there, «n4 ti« ancient lady who saw me safely home, dipped the tip'of her finger in a glass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 March 1857

;v Jafogcrs' Car&s. Mjjgsidaft' Curbs. (^national. Dft. J. M. UTTTEX will continnetoprac ticc his profession as heretofore—Office on Congress Artmue opposite to Mr. Swenson's store. Austin, Oct. 2ft, 46:tf Dr. J. II. nGRXDOX AS his Office and Residence on the Public Square, west of the new Court-house, where I he will be pleased to receive calls from those desir- | iug his services. ! Austin. Aug. 23, 185G. 37:tf II c. H. RAXDOLPB, Attorney-atr Law, AUSTIN, TEXAS, imriLL PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND inferior courts of Travis and the adjoining He will give special attention to busi- ness before the Conrt of Claims. Charges reasonable. HE liml TO D. 0. Hyde * Co..New York; W. M. Smith, | Km- Mobile; A. H. Evans, Esq., Washington city; i _ R ^ Hons. H. M. Potter, Galveston; A. B- jJ Drug Honston; H. R. Runnels, Boston (Texas); J. W. CapUol Throckmorton, McKinney ; S. A. 1Ia"nck'~*n , wl4 TftR HftV R Antonio; S. Crosby, Com. Gen. Land Office; Wm. ; 1 kOCTOR ROY 51. SCOTT, Fields, Li...

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