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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 April 1857

A' \X J J 71 1 i?IU CITY OF AUSTm^®EXAS, SATURDAY. APRIL 4, 1857. NO. 13 ^ATS.—There is no city, probably, in the \ flic following lines to the memory of a good H POBUSHFD EVERT SATURDAY, OS PBCAS STREET, (OPPOSITE THOSEAS FREEMAN *S STORE,) BY JOHN & FORD &. CO. ir' tsr«&f Female sharp Practice. I Union more remarkable far vast quantities of lnan' arc ^r0;n :'lfl ^orth A'labamian. _ The tie- j Some years ago, the X. 0. True * leather-winged bats tban'Austin. Multitudes cease(1 was one of ,he ,e'r who escaped the mas- j Delta,) aycrttnegentleman living iu Craw- n it. v i x . sacre of- Fannin's command at Goliod. ! fiwl rnnntir Ohio & tront Wo<t"" <u ! find • are seen after the sun has «unk to rest, flit- , «■ , to.a countv, unto, wont u est, seam 1,1 Memory of Sr. j. shatnlcfonl. ti,ng from the nooks, eaves and corncrs of the Pilgrim. re Hi surrounding buildings and disporting in the Ragged ha? been thy jburney of life, Fierce the contest, bitter the strife— An...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 April 1857

I'rinlors and Publishers. Some little excitement has been created in We!sm. This word very happily expresses the pro- evasion of fl:e Gazette. Ti.c "great patronized" avoid a question JOHN S, fOBD, Editor. ADSTI5, SATURDAY, APRIL 4. IS-'.T- Agents ror State Times. ' ~1fte following persons are authorised to receive *-'L—orkdnethis J. V. Archer. Webberrille, Trara conoty, Texas. Andww Schoten, Hamilton, Bamet . " " "ft.*. Cattleman, Bastrop,_8«trop " Strand Merton, Cameroo.Mikun « It*. Bfflingalaj-, Waco, XcLeanan The o(!g2S of fiio State CiazeSte. In reply to the charges preferred against,. . . . thcni the State Gazette have set abeut! Galveston, which has extended toother parts per designation for the mama, now so preva-^ by the Tunes in the following manner: ' wrenching the true cause the false way." ! 0f the State, in consequence of an attempt lent among editors, of writing we. at^the be-1 "Of a piece with the above is the false alter and are industriously endeavoring to dnm j on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 April 1857

m mum - Orel Washington city on the 13th alt. IjjRFortj-fonr of the forty-six States of "Europe that have signed the maritime treaty of Paris, abolishing privateering, have also given in their adhesion to Mr, Marcy's amendment England is one of the two. States that demur. J9*The President has reeojrnizhd Theo- thte Wagner as Consul of Hesse Cassel at ftdnAi. r _ j AORtClTLTtJBAL AND RAILROAD AdD«E«SES. ! Joseph* Smoot, C. S. Jf., died at —The Agricultural Society, at the la*t inepting, ' passed a resolution requesting G^n.T. N. Waul anil Jndjje J. C. Wilson to favor the society and the public sreneraliy. with an AgricuUural and a Railroad Address on the 11th of April next. The Railroad Address is designed to show the importaneeof pxfemlinsf the New Orleans and Opelonsas railroad through to Western Texas. We have not. iearne<l whether or not thoso Fifty Dollars Reward! RAN A WAY from ray plantation on Brushy, 12 miles below Round Rook, on Saturday, 28th of March,my negro man Dan- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 4 April 1857

pcrs' Cards. c. H. BiXOOLPU, Attorney at-Lav, AUSTIN, TEXAS, PRACTICE XX THE DISTRICT AND inferior courts of Tram and the adjoining He will give special attention to bu$j- nes "before the Court of Claims. ghcrges reasonable. ~ M KEPTK3 TO . I>. C. Hyde k Co.. New York; W. jfc Smfffi. *£ >«; ^.ET^B^.,W«hington citr. . H. If. Potter. Galveston; A. K Pahaer, I. R. ft .nnels, Boston (Texas; :J<W. __ , kKioAeV; S. A. Maverick,-San 8- Crosby, Com. Gen. Land Ofliec: ^Yn]- J). Ci Dbtoo; Atfderson; " v W. T A Y L-OK, mm Ijjjgsician's Carbs. 1 DR. J. Vim UTwl will continue to pr ac j CLASSICAL, tk* his profession as heretofore—Office on Congress Areaoe opposite to Mr. Swepson's store. Austin, Ot. 20, 46:tf Or. J. H. UERNOOK HAS his Office and Residence on the Poblic Square, west of the new Coart-honse, where he wilTbe pleased to receive calls from those desir- ing hisserviccs. Austin, Aug. 23, 1856. 37:tf - K. T. DB. 51. A. TAYLOR, Office, fc< Townsends Drag Store. Residence north...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 11 April 1857

fEXAS STATE rr o CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY. APRIL 11, 1857. NO. 14 late Cimes, j General Walker and Sir Robejf McCIui'c. The British Naval officers stationed ofl Brevities. J. I'atton Anderson Las been appointed Governor of Washington. lie was a dele- M rUBUSHED IV^BT SATURDAY, OS PECAN STREET, (OPPOSITE THOMAS FREEMAN'S STORE.) BY JOHN S. FORD & CO. * TERMS: Three Dollars, payable, invariably, in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. our senior found it necessary, in self-vindi- j Female Temperance Oratoi 1 cation, to meet old issues. This was unkind j On Tuesday night the Cumberland Fres- if not indecorous on the part of the editor; byterian Church was, at an early hour, alluded to He could only extenuate such a | thronged to hear a temperance lecture by a : San Juan del Norte have thrown many obsta- j ?"atc fl0m tliat territory, and is a brother of i recourse by the pica of a weak cause, or a ! female disciple of Father Mathew. The ad- j cles in the way of (ion. Walker. On the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 11 April 1857

late (Times, •IQftN S, FORD, Editor, AUSTIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 11. 18S7. Proposed Monument to the Memo- ry of I'apt. a. K. Lewis ant! Andj Walker. ... .. v , , . , . . . . nitelil<rence t.oui , W e have been requested to suggest to tne . c ~ friends of Captains Lewis and Walker, de-: obtained we are at i ceased, the propriety of having a suitable head of the news The >'irRrcuaa .IfTaJrs. The Galveston News publishes utercsting of the respect anil nfFectie caragua, but how it was a loss to infer. At the i Strjrhnlno in vrhiskjr. It :« said in Cincinnati that what is known as the "h<>jc cUvra" is produced bj the use .Mortgage on the Ilocsrox Railroad. j The Tyler Kepvter, A communication recently appeared in the the want ef editorial in its I Galveston News relative to a mortgage so the j "Kspecwlly bare we mutilated :<M r says: ilk I Agents for State Times, The following persona are authorized to receire ! many years, in the wars ot the Republic, and (if yourselv. s. his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 11 April 1857

f'eias State Times. -Thn Awakening. Fall many a clerk of nBble mien, -*S>- ,./ TBI - - --J In Congress avenue is seca , . . "'j^nd. bearing bold and gpy, S*~~ On every pleasant day— - -0B - - " - mMi are larger than their parse, Whose wishes larger still, I ukm£ religiously disbnrse Their cash, to pay each bill, Wbae casb remains—short time indeed ! Bat long enongh to show- He generous nature of the breed: ' Wko dares say 'tis not so ? "v<*- . "<r B«t salaries are fleeting things, *„ -v • Shadow, than substance more— Room-rent and boarding-houses paid, „ *-«? :Ami then "Ike dream it o'er." We wake—and ever by our side, With pocket-book in hand, Ajbantftm lawyer seem3 to glide, * JLnd sake this dread demand— I*tones «y Je*roA as he names the amount, -Do you tno«r anything of this Utile account f" * Correspondence of the Texas State Times. San Luis Potosi, Mexico, March 9,1857. *" * E,Jt. Ttmr*Fnblic tranquility for the present seems restored in this most distracted country, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 11 April 1857

* • , ;—«*?■ m N For the State Times. I Joscphiue UoodHUid, of lhvnbaui. The queen of night bad laid her down, Aod all was quiet in the town ; jfo light, but the stars, Was shining;. Close by the window, in my old arm-chair Picturing thee, the fairest of the fair, I sat. "moking, dozing and dreaming there, Till morning tbe East was lining. Yes, as I said, I dreamed a dream, Plain and distinct as is the gleam, Of yon sunset's mellow glory ; For see! slowly now, whilst I am thinking, Tbe great Day-God to his rest is sinking, Ills farewell draft from old ocean drinking, Old ocean so vast and hoary. I dreamed thy loTe was pledged to mo, Beautiful thou appeared to be, And as chaste as the dew of morn; As I sprang to enfold thee in my arms, Panting'and eager to enjoy thy cbaiais, Yon vanished, leaving me filled with alarms, All dejected and forlorn. I know not why a dream should be, So much like a reality; Ah 1 would that this was but a dreaui : [ Gen. Scott's Back Pat.—'-Essex," the Wit,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 April 1857

r PHE TEXA nriTi j VOLUME IV. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS. SATURDAY. APRIL 18. 1857. ISO. 15, tate fees, H PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, OS PECAN STREET, (OPPOSITE THOMAS FREEMAN'S STORE,) . BY JOHN S. FORD & CO. TERMS: Three Dollars, payable, invariably, in advance. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (ten lines) first insertion, $1 00 Bach subsequent insertion, 1 square.oncyearl......$10 00; Six months,$ < % « " " 18 00 " ,n 3 it a « 24 00 4- u u u 28 00 fi. " " " ...31 00 Q « « " ...34 00 f u u u 37 00 gr " " " . 40 00 % « « " 43 00 10 " " " 46 00 F.or State offices, $10; for The Deserters from Walker. The letter of the men who deserted the standard of Gen. Walker was publi<hed last week. Their names are now given : 50 oo .12 oo " 16 oo •' 19 00 " 21 00 23 00 " 25 00 " 21 00 « 29 00 " 31 00 nty officers, SATURDAY APRIL 18, 1857. A Carious Question. 'by spencer w. cone. A daughter! ■Well,what brought her? Bitty asks—"How came she here ?" Half with joy and half with fear. Bitty is our...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 April 1857

<**> ^ -W.-- ! - -- ISorthcrn Opinion. | Jolia Tajlor. Spui. and )Ics'.o /( hlx "ST'lfv iriltlK Ti.e dccisu, . of toe Su,. .-\.e Ooi i of tl.«| The editor of the Sou; ...II (11 !!' '1- vi; :,•) III.- tolh.wiug |"i.-r |.li V^ljl ^CHCVtl MltlVf Uu^d Slates Kci.vi..g h..^ f Ucnd,.- ha* reo-ivei fr.... tn- i!cd lo..K w..y .e..h .1 ^ -V " beoxuiiig ciliz -lis of I ho U i*ed St«tov or of forthcoming w.rc .-iitui.-i "S.; it eh s I lii.1 S ■<** : J 0 II ' «« Courts, !'••* b.uujit .l..w. an . j LL- ich and Bir >t .i.-o:-g! i." by S o, i ■ . 1-'. --L tiers from Cadi* state that «h ; f— ; . r TTi , * . >-t ,v ,themas fi..m evi-rv <j'i irter in tin -North.— I Miller, E-=q. Am ...- oth <r .list t.guis-Mi ^ Cruz had lire. I into th. >p: • \ • ? -i. I t N ftr*rWTt4f> A ^ m ,*1.1 -J In * RL. : " *i" % ,« J-UMitifV re r. i.iiif. : n«i wiii-n list- r« f„UcW.,« «C among tie manv flings pr.defcioiial WiaraeVJ*,. tho ta.r spe.U ... an lal|;.,ku t w 4ge:.)i for Murt iihicrfT/- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 April 1857

Tbe British Cotton Leagne. The Pennsylvania Inquirer devotes an ar- ticle to this subject. The people of Great Have Tou a Diseased Liver ? ' riMTE partnership heretofore existing The question thongli startUn«*. is pufflriently I SulTLI snggestive when the fact is taken into consider:!- Britain have, for a Ion- while, been making j tion that diseases of the Liver have Worn- most • , . . • _„_,j n tlip alarmingly frequent in the United Stales. Indeed inquiries aud experiments in regard to tne a - 1 culture of cotton. The failure attending the trials in Hindostan have been attributed to other causes than the want of adaptation ot the soil to the growth of the plant. At a recent meeting of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce, a motion was made by Mr. Bailey for the organization of a Cot- ton League "for the encouragement of the growth of cotton in evcrjf part of the world, and also for the purpose of urging upon Gov- ernment the imperative dnty of affording every porlible facility for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 18 April 1857

*o Use l'ublic. i emporium, tiiiil its success uivakeu a wuicr ik>oks ral ""•"Having,. after the most mature reflection, ] effort, anu diffuse a more extended and srerici determined to accept the Presidency of the ; satisfaction. These considerations have i for iis buuicripiiou way, unless t!ie stock is otherwise taken, be opened a> the determined to accept the Presidency of the ; satisfaction. These considerations have in- President may direct. On said stock, t-j Southern Pacific Railroad Company, I deem j Gated the liberal offer of removing the office per share s'aail only be cai:cd for and j aid, it 9 doty to the jublic to state the present j and control ot'the company South ; of electing and no other installment shall ever be called position ot the coiepany, and its prospective j a Southern President and a majority of ■ for. and this shall be speeihed on the face of ability to accomplish the great objects which its charter contemplates. JL thorough investigation has convin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 25 April 1857

. \ V. i n j in CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY. APRIL 25. 1857. NO. 16 the lost sheep,' replied Benevolo, laughingly. 'Ihs Pitcber oi' JIio Miieis 'That being the case, we'il forthwith p:.ck \ Among the articles contributed to the our trunks and start. My tragedian shall Tennessee Historical Society at the re- l 1vjbt sattmar, ox pkcas st3ikt, (opposite thomas fbi i ma*'8 gtobe,) s. FORD & CO. BUS: invariably, in advance. Tdyertisikg. insertion, --$1 00 50 0 00; SixtnonthSjS 7 00 ** •...•••*>18 00 -J4 00 „28 00 " 31 00 « „.....^34 00 « 3T 00 « _.^™40 0l> « 43 00 " 46 00 State offices, $10; for cwmiI iMMMK > One square - 12 00 16 00 19 00 « 21 00 « 23 00 « 25 00 27 00 «...._ ...29 00 « 31 00 bestride a mule, and tro? by our side.' An hour afterwards, Benevolo, the young Lnidgi, and the entire dramatic company hud quitted Naples. Arrived in Salerno, the manager announced everywhere that theyouihful tragedian, Luid- gi, would appear iti a favorite character. He represente...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 25 April 1857

>Me fines, JOHN S, FORD, Editor. AgSTIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 25. R>7-~ Agents for State Times. Th« following perrons are authorized to rcceire I receipt for subscriptions and job-work due this rSchoten, Hamilton, Bnrntt B. 1C Castlcnmn, Bnstrop, Bastrop Stroad Melton, Cameron, Milam It H. KlKngfley, Waco, McLennan X T. Flint, Bel too, Bell John C. Russell, Gatesville, Coryell John 8. Owen, San Marcos, Hays Oharlei 8. Kelly, Victoria, Victoria The Texas Free Press and Aboli- tion Generally. This silly sheet, published at Quitman, Wood county, by its stupid editor, Winston Banks, has by its intemperate and illy ad- vised comments, upon the subject of aboli- tion, raised a whirlwind of excitemcnt, which it will find itself, very inadequate to direct, and receipt for subscriptions and job-work due this or alia}'. Bigotry may in proper places, harp iMbS: jv - as much as it chooses upon the glowing theme Si£S5S£K32; £* ~r* T«r Of universal liu. «h«. «dUi« documents are manufactured in o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 25 April 1857

. 3*. TheUfer Pills. f The Lirer pills of Dr. M'1-.nne were first used t>y him exclusively in his own practice. So effi- aciou were they in *11 eases of Lirer Complaint. th«t they became famons, and attractine tlie at- •• tentiob of the medical faculty, passed i- to general ow. They act with great certainty and regularity; the .patient almost immediately f els the dispersion •f hi* 41 lease, and is gradually restored to heal h. ifm some the effect is almost miraculous, fre- ' ipienfly experiencing immediate relief, after having The SMITH Bu.-ine- SWAN & CO S LOTTERIES!! Capital Prize $50 000. j ^TXCEKTS ONLY §10!^f I EaTSShy ,ke Di^oliiffon. partnership heretofore e\*isfincr between & SHARP, in the Hou«e Paintimjf is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. ROBERT SMITH. W. H. SHARP. Sampson $r Ij.-nric'.i's ^Vinicrtbrnicnto. JSiufiJno Etcltinsr. full «npnlv. • . 7. P. 10 and I ? 1 u**h India Rubber Belting. f(>r Cotton Gins :\i?Saw Mills; do. packing. On hand and for «al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 25 April 1857

uH^- I FRANCIS T. DUFFAU, C. H. RAMOOE.PO, Attorney-at-La w, AUSTIN, TEXAS', 1*riLL PRACTICE IX THE DISTRICT AND ; f ▼ inferior courts of Travis and the adjoining ] counties. He will Rive special attention to busi- j man before the Court of Claim3. Charges reasonable. hs 8EFSBS to j it. 0. Hyde k Co.. New York ; W. M. Smith, 1 fesq., Mobile; A. H. Evaus, Esq.. Washington city: ! Hons, ft- *• Potter, Galveston; A. E. Palmer, I Houston; H. R. Runnels, Boston (Texas); J. W-. ; Throckmorton, McKinnev ; S. A. Maverick, San Antonio; S. Crosby, Com. Gen. Land Office; « ni. . Fields, Liberty; D. C. Dixon, Andersen; F. M. "White. Texana. ind members of the Sixth Legisia- . ' SeptO 1850 n3s> ly \ OILS jUU.000 DOLLARS!! m a r ?. ft. a a iott e ia t ON THE (0 tijc |i).ib;nra To be drawn in Kahint'uv, M.-r\ l:u..i. 011 Thursday, April oUili, 1 .>.'>7. R. FRANCE. & CO., Managers. Drawing* conducted under the xiq-crin tendeiu'c or the State Lottery Com-; ^„',^av SWAN k COS LOTTERIES!!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 May 1857

TEXAS STATE TIMES. VOLUME IV. CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1857. NO. 17 £tate firms, IS rUBUUID BTIST SATURDAY O* PICAS 8TBK1T, (offosits thomas rrbmah'S STORK,) BY JOHN S. FORD & CO. TERMS: Three Dollars, payable, invariably, in advance. BATKSOF ADVERTISING. One square (ten lines) first insertion, $1 00 Bach sabsequent insertion, 50 1 square, one year, $10 00;Sixmonths,$ 7 00 S 3 4 ft « 7 8 • 10 ...18 00 " 24 00 «■ 28 00 " 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 " 29 00 " 31 00 Ahoovcbkbhts.—For County officers, $5. State offices, $10; for SJATURPAI. MAY 2, 1857. What 1 Lost By Kissing Kate. There were Liszie, Kate, and Maty, All three beantifnl and young; Bat the name of Maty ever Lingered longest on my tongue, And I hopes in secret cherished Of a home where sbe was queen, Bat one day those sweet hopes perished, And life left a desert scene. They and I were once together, Frolicking beneath the moon, In t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 May 1857

tate Im®, JOHN S, FORD,'.Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, MAY 2. 1857- AgentR for.State Times. The Jbllowing persons are authorized to receive Mid receipt for subscriptions and job-work due this J. M. Archer, Webberville, Travis county, Texas. Andrew Schoten, Hamilton, Burnet " " R. M. Castleman, Bastrop, Bastrop " " Etreud Melton, Cameron, Milam " R M. Billingsley, Waco, McLennan " " }. T. Flint, Belton, Bell " John C. Russell, Gatesville, Coryell " John S. Owen, San Marcos, Hays '• " Charles S. Kelly, Victoria, Victoria " " Jno. Alexander, Indepsndence, Washington coun- Texas. J. W. Lawrence, Houston, Texas. Xakb Notic*.—No person is authorized to re- ceive or receipt for money due the office of the State Times in Travis county, except the published county agents, and X Debray, Esq., and the fore- man of the office, Capt. J. T. Proitt. The books and accounts will be found at the office, where one of tke persons named will always be found. Announcements. We are authorized to announce the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 May 1857

Mutational. scientific Societies. CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, - AND LITERARY itissfofiids CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS. R. A EZELL, A. 31., PRESIDENT, Supported tg m corps of able and experienced Pro- fessors. TIE undersigned, a native of the South, edu- cated in Southern Institutions of learning, and who has devoted his entire life to the instruc- tion and management of southern boys in North Carolina, proposes to establish in the city of Aus- tin, on Tuesday the first day of September next, a permanent male school of the highest character, at which the young men of Texas may be fitted for the more advanced classes of any University in the Union, or for the active pursuits of life. It will be the design of this institution to elevate the standard of education in the State, and by a rigid and severe course of an alytical training to ortng out and develop th«| powers of the mind. The discipline *111 be efficient, combining the firmness and detiiion of military government with the re- straining...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 2 May 1857

Xatoncrs' Curbs. c. n. BAiDOipn, Attorney-at-Law, AUSTIN, TEXAS. ■wmnLL PRACTICE IX THE DISTRICT AND TV inferior eonrts of Travis and tbeadjoining eounties. He will ftive special attention to bosi- ■M before the Court of Claim*. Charge* reasonable. ■■ nmi to l>. C. Hyde * Co . Hew York; W. M. Smith, Esq., Mobile; A. H. Evans. Esq.. Washington city; Hon*. H. M. Potter, Galveston; A. E. Palmer. Houston; H. R. R nnels, Boston (Texas); J. W. Throckmorton. McKinnev; S. A. Maverick San Antonio: S. Crosby, Com.Oen.Land Office; Win. Fields. Liberty; D. C. Dixon, Anderson; F M. White, Texana, ®.nd members of the Sixth Legisla- Sept6 W56 n39 lv GEUKGE W. TAYLOR, Attorney at Law, LKCOSIPTON CITY - -- -- - K. T. GENERAL AGENT for Purchase, Sale, and of Bounty Land Warrants, and all *ra*inew«w>nected with such an agency. Remit- tance* for same mada on St Louis, or any Eastern City. tfK- Refer to Executive and Judiciary of Kansas, T. S. Page. Ky., Hon. J. Simpson, Ky. Hon. J. *. Martin, Tex...

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