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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 15 October 1856

Hi / §§; I *^3 *s Work, Work! I have seen anil lieurd of people who 'hought it beneath them to work—to employ themselves industriously 'iu some useful labor. Beneath them to work! AVliv work is the motto of life; and he who accomplishes the most by his industry is <i:e most truly great mnn. Aye, and is the most distinguished among his fellow crea aires and his God—who so forgets the great hleasings of life, as to allow his energies to stagnate in inactivity and uselessuess, had belter die; for, says the Holy Writ, «• He thai will work not, neither shall he eat." An idler is a cunr¿berer of the ground, a weariness and a curse to himself as well as to those-around him. Beneath human beinzs to work ! Look in the artist's studio, the poet's garret, where tho genius of Immortality stands ready to seal his works with her ineffaceable signet, and then you will ouly see industry standing by her side. Beneath human beings to work ! Whit hut work has tilled our fie'd*, clothed our bodies, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 15 October 1856

MEDICINES. MISCELLANEOUS. WASHING-TOH SALVE tlsoi,'íS Turkish Balm, The only Certain Remedy for Baldness, and for Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. AS a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and keep- .¿"X in the Hair Soft, Gloi-sy, 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 colorL or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when re i f 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 other toilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic lterbs, &c., of which this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used for the hair. Henee a case of baldne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 22 October 1856

R. A. VAN HORN. VOL. 3. TERMS—$3 00 IN ADVANCE It is disgusting to hear churches speak of hiring a minister. " Well, do you mean to hire him this year ?" " How much do you hire him for ?" " Who will you hire next?" " Deacon, don't you think we can Atre A. B, cheaper than C. D V •' I hope so," replies the Deacon, "for it is a heavy burden, and I am afraid we cannot afford to pay so high a price." We prefer the old Baptist way of giving no fixed salary, but only as the spirit moves, rather than burdening the churches with a set of hireling priests. As well talk of hiring wives by the six months or the year. Mar liage may just about as well be made a matter of yearly axraggement far" hire as the iafttiiotion of the ministry. By this process the churches get what they bargain fur, hirelings or yearlings, but not pastors. That divinely appointed office of •' feeding the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own blood," cannot be had for hire, nor as a matter of yearly arrange- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 22 October 1856

S5 CENTRAL TEXIAN. ALFftBD A. PirrtCK, 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 sqHare, 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 Teu Dollars per annum. Announcing candidates for county oiKftes Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, October 22,1856. The late Elections. We refer our readers to the late election news to be found in another column. It will be seen that the fusion in Pennsylvania of Americans and Republicans, has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 22 October 1856

'w , 0 9 KARRIBD, . ~ la this dace, on Thursday evening last,the 16th. iiwt. by Rev. Mr.« Tarborough,' Mr . H. B. LEE" and Miss MARTHA E. FLEMING. In announcing the nuptials of our young friends, we tender them our sincere congratulations, and hope their fonest dreams of future happiness may be fully realized. "Though fools spurn Hymen's gentle powers. We, who improve his golden hours, By sweet experience know That marriage rightly understood, Gives to the tender and the good A paradise below." On Friday, a bridal dinner was served up at the mansion of E. W. Cawthon. We noticed, as some- thing strange at this season of the year, among the edibles so bounteously furnished for the occasion, every variety of vegetable grown in this latitude, and they too in the greatest abundance. Friend C., we think, should deliver a series of lectures upon horticultural subjects for the benefit of his neighbors and the country. Sale of Dr. M'ltKne'j Vermifuge. Among the hundreds of letters, certifica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 22 October 1856

MEDICINES. «Izor's Turkish Malm, The only Certain Remedy for Baldness, and for Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. A S1T0 i let Article, for Beautifying and keep- in the Hair Soft. Glossy, and in a Healthy topiiícion, it is unjqi'.aiied. 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 colorí or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when ne " j in it over night. This Balm is made from the original receipt, procured trom the original Turkish Hakim Cphy- siciari) 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 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 29 October 1856

,1 ■ m mi — " 'W i'il -% Pr f • ^ i . L i .A.W-^AlVifWMV • # C fl 2. *!♦. A BX R. A. VAN HORN. i< IH3S?2K32S? OK MS. S33iSe?£—N33Í3A2. OH MS." TERMS—$3 00 IN ADVANCE VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, OCTOBER 29, 1856. NO. 23. The new Heart. The new heart maiuly consists in a change of the affections as they regard spir- itual odjebts. Without again traveiiug ov- er ground which we havealready surveyed, just look at the heart and feelings of an un- converted man. His mind being carnal, is enmity or hatred toward God.—this may be latent—not at first apparent, or suspect- ed—but how soou does it appear when put to the proof ? Fairly tried, it comes out like those unseen elements which chemical tests reveal. Let God, for instance, by his providence or laws, thwart the wishes or cross the propensities of our u n rene wed nature—let there be a collision between his will and ours-—and the lataut enmity then , flashes 6uc irae ratgm fife wfien-m« -eoiirh black flint is struck with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 29 October 1856

CENTRAL TEXIA1, V Jki fAB9 4. PlTrVCft, « liUrTt; TRRMS: Subscription, Tkree Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents if paid within six months, and Pour Dollars if not' paid within six months from the time of subscribing. Texiau and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, /or i he first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight lines or less ¡A 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 Dollarsper annum. Announcingcandidatesfor county offices Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. " 1 . L ' ■■■■■-■<■■ i i a ■ ■ l . m. mm ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, October 29,1856. AGENTSt C5— F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized igent. \¡&- J OHM HOLLAND is our a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 29 October 1856

f California Intelligence. The State.—Since the sailing of tl;e la«<« «earner we have had rains in various parts of the State, very much to the edification of tlie miners. . - ' ; On the 5th, a destructive fire broke out iu Marysville, in which some forty building, mostly occupied by Mexicans atad CSinese* were destroyed. The town ofCoIusi was entirely destroyed by lire about the same timo, 1 he settlers of Sacramento held a m e' in.; on ihe 7th, to consider the recent decision of of the Supreme Court of this State, declar ^tie of claimants of inchoate grants to eject settlers | revious to a final coitfirtnn- by the United States Court. They passed resolution to maintain their possession at all hazards, until the decision of the U. S Supreme Court. The shock of an earthquake was recently felt at Monterey and Santa Crnz Gov. FoJleaml B'iiiin Peyton are address- ing the American party throughout the State. Hon M. S Latham and L'liomasJ. lieu ley are stumping the Slate for the Democ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 29 October 1856

MEDICINES. Turkish Malm, Tim only Certain Remedy for Bdldncss, and for 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 head from dandruff, strengthens +he roots, imparts her.Ith 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 ne np in it over night. This Balm is mad'' from the original reccipt. procured írom the original Turkish Hakim ("phy- sician) of Constantinople, where it i.« universally used. The Turks have always been celebrated for their wonderful skill ip compounding the richest perfumes and all ether voilet 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 in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 5 November 1856

CENTRAL 1 i BY R. A. VAN HORN. "IN2BOT3MT0H Mí SPíISTS-KSTOM. ©NH0HS." TERMS—$3 00 IN ADVANCE VOL. 3. An Evening Walk with the Children. And the evening is beautiful, and the heavens are full of stars, mirroring their silvery faces in the snow ; and the still woods are jeweled with ice-diamonds, and waiting, waiveless the rising moon. And the Northern Lights, like zephyrs zoned with rainbows, «re waltzing on the pearly pavements of the polar sky. And the mountains look like waves of a silvery sea, rising heavenward to greet the stars ; and th* sky lite a sea of molten sapphire, with Its golden tresses drooping fondly on the brow of the mountains. It is beautiful: too beautiful to shut tut of our sight. Let us all gofout of doors and read a tew para- graphs in the album of the heavens. For this firmament above is the great album of the Creator, and the suns are the syllables and the stars are the letters with which he registers his handiworks. And the first man, on the first evening ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 5 November 1856

CENTRAL TEXIAN. 1LFRBD A. PITTKJCK, Editor . TERMS: Subscription, Three Dolían per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents if púd within six months, and Four Dollars if -not paid within six months from the tun* 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 Iímb in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business cards, 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 charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, November, 5, 1856, AGENTSt Bar F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized igent. JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. Oy GEORGE E. ROTTENSTEIN is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 5 November 1856

a Remorse. It seems that Deity has planted deep into the human heart a monitor to reprove him for every misdeed. And when the faithful voice of the monitor is unheeded or dis- regarded, it goads its possessors to mad ness at every turn. Hence the only resource left him is to stifle its upbraiding or obe y its admonitions. If the latter, happy, tlir ice happy will be the poor tempest-tossed mariner upon the ride of time. Siiakspere vividly pictures the gnawing ofa guiity conscience in the scene of Macbeth. Macbeth was the murderer of kiug Duncan. He was persuaded to commit the awful deed by his guilty wife. As Macbeth came before his king, there appeared in the air before him a daggar; this was a phantom that remorse had created even before h deed was done. And upon the hand of the guilty wife there appeared spots of blood which could not be washed away. There too was John Randolph, who, when upon his death-bed beyond the power of speech, wrote upou a card, " Remorse," and after hand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 5 November 1856

MEDICINES. BCISCKLIiAKEOtTS. VJ ^Tsor's Turkish Balm, « ngn* !' <- <be t",« ">at any one Wking . ' j j. 2, /, Uoon ureters it to any wine: while its artion The only Oertatn Remedy for Baldness, . ^j,e s<.omach and bowels is prompt and efficien thus, by keeping the organ in which the basis of theblood is formed in a healthy and pure stat*. necessarily k' "Ps ^,e blood pure and healthful It isa stimulant without reaction,unlike all alco- and for Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and keep- io the Hair Soit. Glossy, and in a Healthy: „„ condition, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities hoiic preparations, which leave the partaker in a H state of prostration. 1 his wine sends a gentle are as follows: 1st. It frees the heart from dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circula- tion, and prevents the hair changing color or get- tins; gray. 2d. It causes the hair to cut! beautifully, when ne vr in i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 12 November 1856

TEXIAN. BY R. A. VAN HORN. VOL. 3. (( 3S335SH3S5? 6S Ml SHBJiSK-KSSmi 6S HSK2." TERMS~$3 00 IN ADVANC E ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, NOVEMBER '12, 1856. NO. 25. Later from Mexico. ARRIVAL OP THE CALHOUN. The United States mail steamship Calhoun, Capt. Bathbone, from Vera Cruz, arrived here last evening. She left Vera Cruz on the 22d inst. We have received bj this arrival full files of Vera Cruz papers to the 22d, and of the capital to the 19th inst. The news is of interest in its general character, as it in- dicates the continued growth of discontent Against the present government; although from the Mexican papers we learn these facts, not so much by the announcement of new bands of insurgents as from the in- creased number of reported victories ob- picked up and some were dangerously wounded. A party of " facciosos" entered the town of San Juan del Rio, Queretaro. and from there they marched to the city of Queretaro, of which they took possession. In the attack Gen. Magaña, comm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 12 November 1856

Vr filftíláL \r í. i'u.i .• ■p.J\^>á • Su >s.:rip>ion. Three D >!.ars per annun. ;a a.:v Túree dollars and Fifty cents h w&tia six months, and Four "Dollars if • - t; i witai i six m aths from the tiir.r or fu.iSTi bing. V< .-. i and Í5 ptist. Five Dollars, in advance. íííü Presidential Election. In another column will be found the very latest Reus telegraphed to New Orleans, giving the result of the late very exciting election for President. From the returns which we lay before our readers to-day, Mr. Buchanan is doubtless elected over Fre- 4'ivvrt^uieute iusetted at One Dollar per sqwre. nlont by quite a decisive electoral vote, ior rhe .first insertion and V tUy Cents for eaCS . au-.Utiomi! insertion—tight lines or less in hre-1 Mr. Fillmore, in sporiifig paiJanee* is 110 teniiaes iM lon¿ P,imer constituting • w/icre. The people of the Union have cer É'roi'sssional or business cards, of not more thai i tr-u lines, wili be inserted a* Ten Dollars per annum. Anno...

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

m 3$ 'A*- ¿aíer from Tamp ico ♦ i2rs ESraivii's ííífeooí. ' IpITE Examination of ih>* scholars coroposim .i. this school wiil i nmrnenee on the 20th in*t nt the Methodist church. Par1 nts, «uardians n¡u the friends of education generally are invit- d t> attend. Novñ-3t Adnsisjisl ra tor's Notice J" ETTERS of administration having been g'arf- |j od t> the undersigned on tho estate of Jack on K. White, deceased, dy the County Court of Robertson county at its September term. ISófí. r>1' persons having claims against said es ate are in a. - 'V notified to present them, dnlv aut-hen iente "or allowance. and a I persons indebted to said . • ate wi!i please call and .=• t!l up B.F. MOORE. Adm'r. SA RAH A. WHITE. Adm'y. Owensville. Oct. S. !Sói¡: oct-2S.6t ÍÜÓÍSC«!. The schooner Anita, Ca¡>t. Basso, arrive,; yesterday from Tampico, which port si;.- lefl on the 20th "msf.. We have t¡ot reo.;i ved any of our exchanges !>y this arrival, but. from private letters received in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 12 November 1856

> s.:«.-rauv j.; ivfTrnT^Tm pa MISCELL. áWE OUB- r'Sz&ylfi T^urikish SSíil-m^ ! so agreeable to the taste thai any one taking The onhf Certain Remedy for Baldness. I *°°n Preieflt *® an>' w*'n? > while.its action _.,j r r ,. . ,'/■■, • ; the stomach and bowels is prompt, and cfficien \ * ™ cnting and 6 topping j ^hus, by keeping the organ in which the bat is o fue Failing out of the Hair. , the blood is formed in a healthy and pure state A S a Toilet Article, for Beautifying and kepp- j necessarily keeps the blood pure and healthful -¡-"A. in the Hair Soft, ÍJlossr, and in a Healthy i It isa stimulant icithout reaction,unMke all alco- >rsdition. it is unequalled. Its positive «qualities j 'nolic preparations, which leave the partaker in a ■e as follows: state of prostration. This wine sends a gentle 1st. It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens j and agreeable feeiing through every nerve, and 4.. . «■ - - J -—AL- I "stotiic properties are such that it will restor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 19 November 1856

THE B Y R. A. VAN HORN. >ÍV~* Vv x d ÍUMkJ ü> v - Utf -i s* ' ¿£ w iW VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, NOVE amammmtmmmmmatmm mr vmrmsy r.1wMMragswacieiaj -tt Plying Pish. Though many naturalists and voyagers have described the appearance and habits of this singular variety of the finny tribe, very little is yet known of them, and the accounts are often strangely contradictor}'. Mr. Ewbank, in his recent work on Brazil, differs widely in his opinions from other observers, and gives the following interesting account of their movements : Another gale, and the ship practising the poika. Sun veiled for two days since we entered the tropic. As the captain and I were conversing just within the cabin door, something came flashing between us and dropped on tlie flcor—a flying-fish, allured by tlie lamp Nearly killed by the blow, it died before a bucket of water to put it in could be drawn. Others came o -lieard —¿Tffing the flight: ouch is the velocity of their motions, that a p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 19 November 1856

1 * m CEHTBAL TEXUN. ALPftaD PITJ'PC:a, EHtor . IT.RMS: Subscription. Three Dollars per annani in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents it paid within six months, and Four Dollars if jiot; paid within six months from the time of subscribing. Tex:an and Baptist. Five Dollars, in advance. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, for the irst 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 annum. Announcing candidates for county offUes Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. rtrr^.. ■ r rssasas . - - ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, November, 19,1856. AGENTS: 5j]p- F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized ijent. ~Zj" J OTP? HOLLAND is our authorized agent ...

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