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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 25 November 1854

r - - -. ■ msg&m. \ i ! r " & - ■ M syfe^i i- N: oneties • c - ASO*TC.-LON"E ST A8CHAP- TEBjNo. 6. meets the second Sa-_ __ ■ " e*ch month. Edward Finnin, H. P.: J. 51.W. Hall B. McGill. S.; J. Harrell, Treasurer; J. T jfiifTOs. Secretary. Austin,; Jane 1, 1854. > ■; - ■■—' IO. O.F.—MiLAM LODGE, So. 23, • meets every Tuesday evening, as T in the upper story of the Tinshop. O. O. Fr-JOffi®OX ENCAMP- L* MENT, No. 4, organised July 15,1853, meets on the first and third Friday of each ^ month a( 8 o'clock, P. M. MjjBWBIC.—AUStW LODGE, Sot 12, meets th% first Saturday: in every month. Omens.—Robt. M. Elgin, W. Master; H. P Hay lie, S. Warden; W. L. Hill, J. Warden; F. *' Duffan, Treasurer; G. L. Walton, Secretary . " 31, 1853. 5 San ros^ Institute, i. a. paschal, * r gko. w. paschal. ^ ctrv o ACBTis, TEXAS. ! San AuL iiiio. / \ Au.;!t. fPBIS Institution <8* the Education of Young La- ; "fi A. ** W. 5*AC£2 \JL. At'-- v -ys-ii- dies under the care of an experienced teacher, •...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 December 1854

m M ■ OmOpemy rrfxe 0* G&ettaa . axardtd Ike Surer i ■H CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1854.i aas shejecently sustained, and this toes the pastor [ We never had an opportunity personally of , of the church to which she belonged states was, witnessing, to their failcst extent, the social 1 .• *. Flight iw1t * Whan first .we hailed the Dnnk'ai LU some fair star upon the braar «f i WriW.'ewrttohadfafrw Its earl* ibwuas on teatUM Tfcooft obscured !>y ctaato «f I t course «« oan at4| aad its 1 s as tbe mists, of error i • thro the nations f mm** 9R* r blessed age, when troth i the hjin.iiiaiidof a I I COBlCS. n r claira her temple is I >Gods K*#wn *.hera1 ^t.ra|iiis jiKuki' lion.iij ^ BB at io the ChriiU ui'g beavea welift^jes, J,gad seel; a bie^. it ; from) )^ery?:a!-drop .-from "froth's-! ray fto-n ij On Art1 i bright temple taar they«o* < To cousecrate the means aad Me* *- Whiie hereber children stotteaart I ^Tn rajsc the gcoius and i 4>en« the 1 ki of. r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 December 1854

HM ffatpfcs. rttfmnm nmr SITT*!>atft FORD, WALKER * DAVIDSON. f. rou>. to. wiim. ■ ■ mww- rlditar. m mm m Cat JOHX R. FORD. No little commotion has been crtited | late in political and diplomatic circles in con- j sequence of the refusal of the French En-pe- ror, for a time, to allow the Spanish Minister to remain in the territories of France. We think that the circumstance, trivial and un- BMWVtfbt^lim. I The w nt triumph* of this sinsrolar organ?- j Oar late advices from Cuba cive indications, zation in the Northern and middle States, have jf not positive assurances, that the Creoles of the kVSTIli, SATURDAY, BBC. 9, 1854. ADTKBTlSnrG.—For each aqnai* of taa Unas, mt leM^oae doHar fcr the bat uMttioa, and fifty Mat* to each iahssquant Insertion. Advertlse- ■aiin wit inarirtrt iritfiTht inihrr of linnfcini rtr find, srfll be continued sntil otherwise ordered, aad charged accordingly. A liberal diseaaat will beaadeto those advertising br the year. lOT Announcement of Candidate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 December 1854

;? > j«*t received mai dtfaM a«mtmnt of aad is now sun Avwtrf, Acsm, reject- Goods, Boots, .Shoes, Cap*, fullv i-iforms the public thai he has located htm- 'ea, U ur.lwnr.-. Cotlerj-, self opposite Burdett's Livery Stable, and intends i|i fiicrt every article tarrying on Fashionable Boiotmakiug, and having * 4% t . general furnishing elected with strict atten- of the community. Bit m follows, and embra- ce* every article in thb market: Printed and jrfdui Tissues; Berets and D tains; plain ad dotted i*wis Muslim; printed and paint- ed Muslins; Bishop and Victoria Lawns; French Jaconet; Swiss Rising and Inserting; i Capes, Collars. Cbemisetts; handkerchiefs and uftder- ntt Gloves, eveiy description; English. French, Checks of aB styles; Linen, Table Cloths and Towel- reeds of every kind; bleach- Ticking and " an extensive assortment of line leathers, and iriany new patterns of lasts, lie pledges, hitrlself to give j _ s*ti*f. ct'«n to thoee entrusting hiip with wdrk. He" will make ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 December 1854

Yoric ' ^nftfdwt ' " Ion City which stafw that the! _ ; ii • is to be ei.tjrely fMjonJrocted in J.m- j \ „ A^itSIt.—i-G.\K.STA-HOH AP- St: that P"staiasfer General Campbell j TtR, No. 6, meets the second Sa- €buc«tionnl. Caroijcrs awb £ani> ^Vgcnt. FEMALE Secretary Guthrie are to go out of office, | ^aLUp^°nt^ P. . _ . , ■ , , c„ „f c(.,p.; Ofpicers.—Edward Finnin, H. P.; J. M. V, . Hall Catob lushing is to be Secretary of Stale,. K . A B. McGiu s. j Harrel{( j. T Doi'bia, Secretary of the Treasury; Mr. | Graves,Secretary. Austin, June 1, 1854. 5 T ton At'STIX CdLtE«IlTE WCTTTBTE. HE Sixth Session of this institute will S commence the first Monday in Sep- tember. Faculty: & (oe^r Minister of France) Secretary of N rr, *ih! |. C. Brackenridge, Attorney * The despatch states that there is > to be aa entire change in the foreign ap- and that 'Mr. Many will go to fe$kgfand us Mr. Buchanan's successor. <3otj>.—R- R- Jackson, of Porter'* Bluff, this county, in- sinking a w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 December 1854

■>' ' TIMES. ri CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1854. NUMBER 8 *" , [Written fttlteffw State This.] •gainst the d«ep ix Tells where «touo on Gloomy, dark and!" Blazing with the' Orim and atern, tin o'er the Bank on rank, and "the into proa "Waiting afl the on fil«, ■ flUB and silent How no mow the _ Awn the Breaks 5w the softly m Ww^ewtfertho Now the sighing Bustle* thro" the —ws arrayj ■day- State Times. ar «f era day is dawning— mouthed cannon yawning, roar, d the shoie-_ sounds are rife deadly strife, tor and grape, eartlyin farrows scrape. ■ the,fitting breath, r the messengers of Death,— _ iton, Sassian, Turk and Gaul, fit the dreadfid contest fcli For the doome^SebastopoL Done—and sunset's latest ray, ** j^-w-jday— itettedi i are there, liiSki; . I in Heaven to bless, -,r_^ _ _ j . . . and such an hoar — by rurClE 7res. "The English reports say that the city of Se- 1 —'—T|-jg ut ruins, that tmburied corpses poi- i be and that the commanders of the trmr refined...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 December 1854

V~ " "■< i . & WWi-: *sc# Wb flBMEfe ^K€v-h^; H PUBLISHED EVERT SATCBDAT BY FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. #OH S. rOKD. JO. WALKER. W. T.' DAVIDSON. - jom 8. FORD, Miter. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, DEO. 16, 1854. TBRXS.—Three dollars per annum, invariably in ADVERTISING.—For each square of ten lines, or leu, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cento for each subsequent insertion. Advertise- ment* not marked with the number of insertions de- sired; will be continued ontil otherwise ordered, aad charged accordingly. A liberal discount will be made to those advertising by the year. J§^Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ces ten dollars—County "offices fire dollars. Political cinrobiTS, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the ' i as advertisements. 'vr,i4. i-5> - >v- v • • " . * : Mm*:- %*j.; ; ■{A IE. {gj^psjjs ^ * •- ZZ-J!.. Yv Ms *' : • - ; . ■ •-:*- >.• - S: ^ :5 % ,=" /- P9 ww... : VI- ( Hi S . ■. :• W *.dU —' *■ t; E BRT.—;M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 December 1854

S-v.4 £ J? lim /ty Georgetown, Williamson n tie eTOflin* > iOnotit —, - - - -2-- on tie evening of the 28th i the subject of improving of *l* t portion of the Interior of die State. fieri AsherEsq. was,called to the chair and A. J. Strickland Esq.Ws chosen Seeretaiy. The objects of the meetinj f being set forth by A. W. Gaffey Esq. followed by some br' " prefaratory remarks sketching some modes by which this desirable object be aftw>mplirkH H. Henderson was called on and [ the meeting with some very i on the subject. . Jaylor was then requested i the meeting, which call was respond- | to with a brief speech; he delineated the ews which a long course of action and pub- fie life had produeedUn his mind on the sub- Met, and -in his usual'happy style, presented a aeries of remarks instructive, interesting and MMwmwuring- if sunable concert of action «a be obtained, of those interested in the -rtt**—. and suggested the call of a conven- tual as' the best profeble means of success. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 December 1854

Si! ' -^gsc iHHi ... PEal-^aBME^aB ^ i-. ... -.•'■ -- ^"aSfV* v.*T^r5'--'t'--- _ Jiff • ;'.. 11 ^ SH .<*. ... - Pf . "fesi Societies Educational. -LONKSTARCHAP- , Ho.«, meets the second Sa-: t each month. , IFinnin, H. P.; J. H. W. Hail *4 A. B. McGQl, 84 J. HarreH, Treasurer; J. T - l Secretary. to, Jane 1,1HK. * iJfJC.—AUSTIN LODGE, 11, meets the first Saturday M HhS^^SSI sag&: IzH Ps&.i'r- m,' '- x'%:■: - ••. . . .* ••'*. •. W..V / J?^L& ' ■ £? _ Haste, W. Master; B. P. Carter, 1 MJ. L. Wattaa, J. Warden, F. T.Duffw, B. Major, Secretary. Dee. It, 18M. IO. O. F.—MILAM LODGE, No. 23, ^ • meets every Ytwdajr evening, at 7||bk£ (/dock, in the upper shay of *he fiMhop. «E^ O. F.—JOHNSON ENCAMP- .t, Ho.4, organised July 16,1853, tile first sad third Friday of each at 8 o'clock, P. H. IfBSOUBI HOUSE. MRS. WALTON JOT hu taken charge of die Missouri timUHC, on Pecan-street, formerly kept by Jfrg. George. She has been at seme expense m furnishing and preparing the house for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 23 December 1854

i: tet ".- . v> CITY OF ATJSTEN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28,1854. NUMBER 4 From Putnam's Mapurine- Tto Fall ©r the Alamo- xikmu tmbbt* to the xzmosyof n*d2 ssi>ias. ^^fefSgiv i trioua ancestor, stretched upon racks of Cor- tea, and it 'is not the fear of torture or of i <WH; that can sever her from her purpose. The serge has continued for ten days. The Mexican General has received large reinforce- On the 23d of February, 7836, General *ient and his anuy now numbers thousands. State Anna entered San Antonio de Bexar ge been uneeasing in his efforts to batter Mid took possession of the town without fir- the walls, but has thus far failed. The ~ a gun. Ta«tsniall garrison of one hun- jriuxaph is with Travis; but it is written in 1 ana thirty men, under the command of the heart of his ruthless foe that he must die, liam Barret "Tratis, retired as he ad- an(j when the cannonade ii r i is suspended on the vanoed to the Alamo, oil the opposite side of g^h of March, a small breac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 23 December 1854

€jje€ms ^toteCimes. PUBLISXSD mn BATUBDAT BT FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. J0D1 FORD. jo. VALKXB. W. T. DATID60S. ! J ? - JSfc- --- JOMJf 8. JORP, Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, DEC. 23, 1854. TERMS.—Three dollars per annum, invariably in ADVERTISING.—For each 8qn«re of ten lines, •r loaa, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertise- ments not marked with the number of insertions de- sired, wfll be continued until Otherwise ordered, aad charged accordingly. A liberal discount will be made to those advertising by the year- 40* Announcement of Candidates for State offi- mm tan dollar*—County offices fire dollars. ■0* Political circulars, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the i advertisements. j|&*In order to allow those connected with the Ernes opportunity to enjoy the festivities of the season, no paper will be issued from this office on Saturday next. J9* The Carrier boy will present his com- pliment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 23 December 1854

EPARED B¥ FRANCIS GEO. HANCOCK'S ADV'S. Wholesale and Retail DUFFAU, [Written tor the Austin State Times.] :m.. • iwow d*«ub. mx torn. r. a. Hnnm. t golden west (Stealing o'er the purple uH the rose, ~ " t grey, comes heralding the night; The distant sea, seems with a loader moan Ts ill the buried hosts, gone down to rest la its unfcthomable vaults, and wait TMr fihal doom, till with electric ray The sternal morn shall sudden rise, and " pierce The dark profound," and the Archangel's trump Awake the sleepers. How the low night wind whispereth to the leave* And the lose waterfall, with deeper tone, Harm era wild music, to thtf far off hills, While one by one, the sable night doth light Her homing lamps, and o'er the earth JUet toll the shadowy curtain of repose This is the charmed hour, wfien the rapt soul Doth hi a dreamy trance shake off the chains Of earth, and mortal mould—and soar On spirit wings, far through the misty maze Of vanished years, to wander with the dead Of ages gone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 23 December 1854

I f awientfl M* TER,No.6, meets the second Sa-i tarday in each month. Omem—Edward Firrain, H. P.; J. M. W. Hall K.J A. B. McGiU, S.; J. ButtU, Treasurer; I. T Gnras, Secretary. Alto, Jane I, 1854. t MASOIR1C. — AU3TLH LODGE, Ho. 12, meets the first Saturday in every month. _ _ ~ OrnciRg—E. Finnin, W. Master; B. J- 8. Warden; G. L. Walton, J. Warden ;T. T. Duffau, Treasurer; B. Major, Secretary. Dec. 16, 1854. 5 10. O. F.—MILAM LODGE, No. 23, ■ • meets every Tuesday evening, at 7| o'clock, in the upper story of he Trnshop. O&ucationftl. [ £a rovers ani> £ani> 3.ge t. ^fratoeston ^Vbpcrtiscmcnts.I Houston ^Vbucrtiscments. 'N^ei^fk h pe<**o* j L A. PASCHAL, 1 / CEO. W. PASCHAL. San Antonio. f \ Austin. A. & G. W. PACHAMj, Attcrneys-at- i jl> Laic.—Geo. W. Paschal, will hereafter reside , permanently at Austin. Their business at Galves- I. wtffiDT WSTIWI'E. niHE Sixth Session of this Institute will • § commence the first Monday in Sep- K'j. Smith,,A\M®P^ipai and Prof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 6 January 1855

'W-V"- TEXAS STATE TIMES. VOLUME II. CITY OF All STENT, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1855. NUMBER 5 Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the State Times. l! to the solemn Christmas chimo floating away with the olden time, / While merry bells and joyous cheer Herald in the bright New Tub 1 / With musing heart and pensive *ye We lay the faded rose-wreath by, To Wish oar patrons future hoars Of halcyon smiles and fresher flowers 1 Beneath the Lone Star's glorious ray Fair Texas keeps her onward way, While 'mid her sheltering bowers and rinea, Beauty with lore and peace reclines, And valor rests his conquest done,— His heritage of freedom won. Here happy homes are scattered wide ^ O'er prairie wild and green hiU-stde Where crystal fountains murmuring Bee Hymn to.the starS-their melody; And nature's han# doth paint on high and proving very conclusively (from effects Tlie Siege of Sebastopol. The news by the Pacific is anything else than encouraging to the allies. The follow- ing letter fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 6 January 1855

WM PUBLISH!D ITIBT SATURDAY BT FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. ion B. FOOD. JO. Ttun. w. T. DAVIDSON. Mil 8. FORD, Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1855. TBRMS.—Three dollars per annum, invariably in ADVERTIS1 MG.—For each of tenlines, or less, one dollar for the firs* ^"^on', jvprt;3Z ees ten dollars—County offices five dollars. Political circulars, and communications of « private or personal nature, will be charged at the . g—rv* mtes as advertisements. \ B®"lilders C. Burleson and J. W. D. Creath will preach in this city on Friday, 12th inst. The wili be protracted until after the second lord's Day. Services held in the Old Capitol at U o'clock in the morning and at early candle lighting. ggp The list of letters will be published iu the Times for the next year. The list was awarded to ns on application to the Post Master, under the kw regulating their publi- cation. IV The arrivals at the Metropolitan Hotel were too multitudinous for our space. House Breaking.—On two different nigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 6 January 1855

1 n. in tkt Pod OSes at Austin, Texa*, January Atk, 1855. calling for letters in this Hat, will please say they are advertlsed. S O Mim P AmlenoD, J W AotitlU Allen, Thomas Bsddmgton, A 6 Baits, John C Brown. Mn Mary issnir S,. Bell, Monroe Baaghu, J M Burch, Tilbnoa Bryant, J Brown, D W C Burgess, ffm W Brown, Allen M Bodner, Henrich Bates, Mrs Sarah Beeoe, Franklin Bus worth, X C Barziza, F S Bell, JC ^ Baker, W H Brown, J W Blackey, H 6 Bartjr, J W Bardie, J F Bedford, 6 W Borris, FJ Bnttrez, Mist M Bell, J M Burton, Mrs Jane Barlow. L II Brazeaie. H Bunch, WM Brown, Matthew Boiler, W M Briaot, John Barnes, William Bamlnss, 1 W Barbor, ft F Beard, Andrew Boooh, WM Baker, EC Bongmar, B Bicknell. D W Brown, D C Bonkten, C M Batter, F 6 2 3 Long, WM Loveless, Mr? Sarah Long, Mrs Margaret Laokett, G W Likins, T B Lawrence. Mrs John Lindsay, L W 2 Lee, L H 2 Lohman, J H Malier, Maj ffm Mahon, Miss Lucinda McDade, James McEachem, J K Mason, Thomas Malay, W C Malierly, £ McKeau, John Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 6 January 1855

Societies MjSOTiic^LWESTARCaAP- TER, No. 6, meets the second Sa- turday in each month. OvncvBS.—Bdward Finnin, H. P.; J. M. W. Hall K-; A. B. McGili, S.; J. Harrell, Treasurer; J. T Graves, Secretary. - Austin, June 1,1854. ft ASOMIC AUSTIN LODGE, No. 12, meets the first Saturday in every month. Omim—E. Finnin. W. Master; B. F. Carter, 8. Warden; G. L. WaltoD, J. Warden; F. T. Duffau, Treasurer; B. Major, Secretary. Dec. 16, 1854. 5 > T ii itrr *Sm IO. O. F.—MILAM LODGE, No. 23, • meets every Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock, in the upper story of *he Tinshop. <£bucattona!. AIST1S FEMALE Catonets aub Cattb Hgcnt. i. a. paschal, > f geo. w. l'aschal. San Antouio. / \ Austin. I A. &. G. W. PACUAL, Attorneys-at- • Law.—Geo. W. Pasolial, will hereafter reside permanently at Austin. Their business at Galves- Rev. B. J. Smith, A. M., Principal and Professor of j ton wil1 also receive the personul attention of one Ancient Languages. Chemistry, higher Mathe- j of the firm- Office ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 January 1855

TEXAS STATE TIMES. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1855. . C NUMBER 6 — 'Far# Leaden." from the last Congress of Jefferson's admin- Ttie Know Aothlngo and the"Press . j _ .11 istration, nntil he met the man of his desti- [ is the title of a work lately jn Andrew Jackson; that in Democratic eub&hed by Mr. Baldwin. The characters and Congresses, he carried almost every one of aermes of many of our great statesmen are his leading measures, and was only defeated With singular ability, ye* by the vetoes of the President from fixin- V _ _ Al_ - —^1«— nIi*i/vn+ +hn nrhAln linn <1 when we add, that, for thirty years, a greater body of intellect looked up to him in rever- ence, or followed him with unhesitating con- .. , , , .. noon the eouatry almost the whole line of the« wmrfti e old Fedml feehngper- policy broad ^ to have em. vadifcg tha work. Hamilton is held up in a ne rlv the whole scheme of Federal f&tlME more advantageous light than Jeffer- nHministratrion. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 January 1855

$lje feas dtate Cimps. published i very saturday by FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. mo 8. fomd. JO. WALESK. w. t. davidson. JOHN g. FORD. Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JAN. 13,1855. TERMS.—Three dollars per annum, invariably in h ADVERTISING.—For each square of ten lines, or l«as, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertise- ments not marked with the number of insertions de- sired, will be continued until otherwise ordered, aad charged accordingly. _ A liberal discount will be made to those advertising by the year. tQF Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ces ten dollars—County*offices five dollars. Jgy Political circulars, and communications of • private or personal nature, will be charged at the same rates as advertisements. ggf Mb. Jho. T. Pbbitt has been employed to amqge and settle the business of this office for the past year. We hope those presented with accounts will endeavor to arrange them. The communication of "A Citizen for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 January 1855

Williamson; R M La Grange; extensive and j W£~ of"3rresh™HerbiT and Botanic Medf cines ever brought to this market, is^ jjj** in store, «nd for sale by BAKER * SM\ TH, Jan. 13:6. [Si?* of Mortar, Pecan Sired.] ^ EWI8 A HERRI^, Attorneys at Law. HEW GOODS. Messrs. Z H Stevens, it, Segtim: R H Grimes, KftSttCp; N \ "«— - -—-■X«iv*rrn Hill Ktvumo " ultu nave uwn heiccieu wim sircci aueu- Austin co; JH Baldwin, Sejruin ; 6 C McLennan, Falb; L^ ^ j - ^ ^ ^ ^ t^j tion to the requirements of the community. His tavens. Tenn; R C Stereos. Tenn; Mrs! T EWISs . , Mrart, Segnin; R H Grimes, Bastrop; N J * THE subscriber has just received and is now opening a large and elegant assortment of , fancy and staple Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Caps, j Hats, fancy articles, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, Musical Instruments, and in short every article usually kept in an extensive general furnishing store, which have been selected with strict atlen Gonzales; T Cook, Seguin; J i i^ltAustin also in the . Cunsi...

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