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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 13 January 1855

Satieties jSoSicI^WNESTARCHAP- TKR, No. 6, meets the second Sa- turday ill each month. Ownm-Edward Finnin, H. P.: J. M. W. HaH K.; A. B. McGfll, S.; J. HarrelL Treasurer: J. T Graves, Secretary. Anstin, Jnne 1, 1854. 5 MASOSIC.—AUSTIN LODGE, No. 12, meet* the first Saturday In every month. Omcras—E. Finnin, W. Master; B. F. Carter, 8. Warden; G. L. Walton, J. Warden; F. T. Duffau, Treasurer; B. Major, Secretary. 1 Dec. 16, 1854. 5 IO. O. P.—MILAM LODGE, Ko. 23, a meets every Tuesday evening, at T| •'clock, in the npper story of *be Tinshop. Omcsas.—Geo. F. Lampkiu, N. G.; W. P. De- Kormandie, V. G.; Wm. Oliphant, Sec.; Thomas Freeman, lies.; W. L. Robards, P- S. 6tf. dfourationnJ. pt)gstnaH0 anb EUntists. Causers aub £an& 2lgent. Cftatocston QVbucrtiscmcnts. Aims COLLEGIATE IXSTITITE. FEMALE IO. O. F.—JOHNSON ENCAMP • MEJTT, No. 4, organised July 15,1853, meets on the first and third Friday of each month at 8 o'clock, P. M. i. o. ore. s. & . of s. CAPITOL UNION LODGE, No. 16...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 20 January 1855

r:f WiW TEXAS STATE TIMES. VOLUME II. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1855. NUMBER 7 Citizenship Bra following article froili the Galveston' The War Feeling in Russia. Mr. T. P. Shaffuer, Secretary of the Ameri- i can Telegraph Company, returned recently! from Russia. He furnished some interesting ,r . „ . information in relation to Russia, which was ^ ^ published iatheiN.Y. Herald. ' j The Enl^ror did not credit the reported in- tention of the Allies to invade the Crimea, and j when he learnt the expedition had actually ! sailed, he would hardly beiieVe the Allies re- i ally designed making a serious effort in that I way, they noticed two pigs fighting, anil de- ! p'jUr. Campbell's Speech. Mr. Campbell of Ohio made a speech in (Svilian treats this subject very sensibly.— \ the House of Representatives, on the 14th We do not view. the movement now being j December in reply to Mr. Stevens of Geor- rnade to extend the perioji for naturalization gia, on the Nebreska bill •...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 20 January 1855

tyt€nmU<fc€m%. published kvbby saturday by FOBD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. jobs s. ford. JO. WALKER. w. T. DAVIDSON*. JOHi\ S. FORpT"Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JAN.. 20, l"&55. TBRJCS.—Three dollars per annum, invariably in ADVERTISING.—For each square of ten lines, or less, 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, *3d charged accordingly. A liberal discount will be made to those advertising by the year. Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ces tea dollars—County offices five dollars. fSF Political circulars, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the same rates as advertisements. (iy Mb. Jno. T. Pbcitt has been employed to •arrange and settle the business of this office for the past year. We hope those presented with accounts -will endeavor to arrange them. Accident.—P. W. Nowlin living nea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 20 January 1855

aweting it had pleased .Almighty God to take our beloved brother Josiah D. Brows, who, tor several years resided with us; and, ' ouf broi i a man and a mason; a d, by the ener- Family Groceries. , etc. He also has for sale liquor; : quality. All of these articles will be sold cheap to i customers and up-country dealers. ! Texana. January I, 1855. 5:lr LEWIS & HEBRISCr, Attorneys at Law. Waco, Texas. Practice in the counties of of which h« was possessed, the amiability of McLennan,Falls, Limestone, Navarro, Hill, Bosque. the unaasqmiiig gentleness of-his j Coryell, Beil, Williamson and Milam ; also in the his temper, manners, the purity of hid .. and fortitude displayed in his death, has engra- ven his memory upon oar hearts. Therefore, Resolved, That we deeply deplore the loss of our brother and mourn over his untimely grave. lUsohstcL That-we commend'the life and virtues of Mir brother to all as fit fof their most earnest . imitation. Resolved, That in token of our sorrow the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 20 January 1855

% Societies (^durational. IHHsirians ani> dentists. j Caroycrs airt £anb 3,gcnt. j C&alucstou 3ltoertiscmcnts. Houston ^Vboertisemcnts. J|ASO!n€.- -TiONHST.VR CHAP- TER. No. t>. meets lUe svond Sa- tar Jay in each month. ' Omcswi.—Edward Finnin, II. P.; J. M. W. Hall K.; A. B. McGiB, S.; J. Barrell, Treasurer; J. T Glares, Secretary. Austin, June I, 1854. S MigOSIC. — AUSTIN LODGE, No. 12, meets the first Saturday; in every month. Omens.—E. Finnin, W. Master; B. F. Carter, S. Warden; G. L. Walton, J. Warden; F. T. Duffau, Treasurer; B. Major, Secretary. - Dec. 16, 1854. 5 MILAM LODGE, No. 23,, meets every Tuesday evening, at 7£ •lr in the unDer story of "he Tinshop. IO. O.F. • meets ere o'clock, in the upper story Omc^.^o. F: Lampkin, X G^; W P. De- Nomandie, V. G.; Win. Oliphant, Sec., Thoma:i Freeman, Tres.; W. L. R0b rds, P. S. 6tf. O. oTIfV-JOHNSON ENCAMP-j . VENT No. 4, organised July 15,1853, meets on the first ind third Friday of each month at 8 o'clock, P- M- " i, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 27 January 1855

■ m m m TIMES. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATtmDAY, JANUARY 27, 1855. ridge a Linatlc. abridge so ffeqaeatiy Raglan's despatches is From the Galveston News. THE OLD CHURCH. by jakes a- beveridge. [At the Mission of Refugio may be found therel- ' ics of an old Spanish Church, which, to the Amer- ican traveler, is full of interest. The .rain and De Bow's Review.—The November number should be read by every cotton plan- ter. The article on the cotton-worm contains i information every one living in a cotton adent of the Boston i growing region should know. The following I articles are treated of: , , .ytoe uk.nou.sce ofth«Europe , Duke of Cambridge, and America, by A. W. Ely, M. D.; lne the past, and part of the history of the age in which rinnins.to be current. I cotton-worm—its character, habits, etc., by we live. Centuries hence, the spot will be consid- smnpd an intelligible ' J- H. Zimmerman, of Ala.; St. Louis, Mem- ered American classte pound, and the historian ^rer^atedmdal phis, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 27 January 1855

"■.iSmszL- c-.- «vV- J . Ill s* UM siS3& t JIP^ Ft_< - * iSS ..vfl# sfe J i @H EKa&ai ;. - - -7« «<&g •- • M ■M- JrasS mm 1¥4 M m * v wgfv.-.-' - 't~ >-* * IRje^riflsitrfeCm pc eli shed ktery saturday by FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. rp *®. jo. walker. , w. t. davidson. * lOM 8. FORD, Editor, AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1855. TBBVS*—Three dollars per annum, invariably in advanet. . ADVERTISING.—For each square of ten lines, ■or less, 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, and charged accordingly. A liberal discount will be made to those advertising by the year. Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ces ten dollars—County offices five dollars. 4ST* Political circulars, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the -ta<xe rate3 as advertisements. . Ma. Jno. t. Pacrrr has. bee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 27 January 1855

;>r . ; A. Hightowu, La.; Lorecoxo Castro, Cas- Mhm. Ifarv E Smith, Bastrop; Rich- i Wells, W. H. Bateman, W. D. Milter and into, J.-E. Bonldin, Travis Co.; M. C. Ham- , C. L. Mann, City; A.J. Hamilton, Aastin. B. *4, 1855. Sale Wot^ce. V- - Vdlwale Property in the of Texas,- and equal to any in the United States. of an order of the honorable County Hays county, made at the Decem- fWhen death is at the door, the remedy i °*r tHW we willI offer foisale at public auc- . j • I tion, tdlfinighest and best bidder, on the fi-st i would hare saved life, if admims.ercd in Tue^7^^frH neit>fore the Conrt-house door i late. Do not triflle with disease, of Hays county, Texas, thefoIIowingproperty.be- ; that when the Btomach will not digest -when faintness and lassitude pervade the -when the sleep is disturbed, the appetite mind lethargic, the nerves unnaturally , and the head confused—rely upon it that se symptoms occur, the powers of vitali- sing, and that, nnless the mischief is j ' che...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 27 January 1855

w UftmcationaL FEDIALE ' 0otittt£9 Tkyf ASOWIcC—LONE STAR CHAP- JjlTBK, So. 6, meets the second Sa- urday in each month. Ornous.—Edward Finnin, H. P.; J. M. W. Hail K-; A. K. McGill, S.; J. Harrell, Treasurer; J. T Grave3, Secretary. Austin, Jane 1,1854. 5 ASOlfflC.—AUSTIN LODGE, No. 12, meets the first Saturday In every month. . Miss H. b. Shins—Arithmetic, Algebra, Mythology, Omens.-* Finnin, W. Master; B. F. Carter,} ^ Botall>.. S. Warden; G. L. Walton, J. Warden; F.T^Uunau, jonN Buchanan, Professor of French and Spa- * T> 1I.U. ™ i . , t 7 I -*s-- jptyljsirians 4nb | jtouigcre anK^ap^^gcntr4 <&aliicsJon ^ucrtiscmentsJ Houston H&uertisements. AI STIV COLLSfiUTE it;«STJT3rXE. THE oixth Session of this Institute'Vill ..commence the first Monday in Sep- " tomber. Facility: i Rev. B.J. Smtri, A. m., Principal and Professor of | Ancient Languages, Chemistry, higher Mathe- ! matics, Moral -v.id Mental ?hilo -ophy. Mrs. F. W. Sit ith—Philosophy, Astronomy, Bel- leslettr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 February 1855

■90 m C.r * * ^-#1 lltilll •rSW"W"^s'- ' ifi' ■ •V;,s*, TIMES. Conmr, Texas, 1 r 13th,"1854. / CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1855. vsSf > " •> fK I am now about eight I within a few leagues of the North- boondary of Texas. Our journey l point, w«a rendered very pleasant with Maj. rf% cotnsuind, though we were rather too 86- W&imrn it. the hostile demonstrations of our fMMdUmfriends, die Indians, to render the trip as iaiaresfing aait might have been if our whole force Aa4«auiatedofonly about ten men, well tried and «feb as several that were aloag, and who had tea schooled in Texas frontier life. R«ws. Var" twlLwas one with us, who filledthe bin, and would ^gp^JIMwvl his stripe had a chance presented The mail party, several days before we ^tite place where it occurred, had quite a i «m|. battle oae whole afternoon, and as i of the fight wen teeii as we passed along, ■Bdvtbe partiealars w«re learned, on seeing Capt. anil-.. —^ others, in the settlements, we co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 February 1855

# <$isfeas Cimra. pcbushsd EVTRT MTPKDAT ST FORD, W1LKER & DAVIDSON. MBS 8. VOKO. JO. TVALKER- w. t. davidson. JOHN 8. FORD, Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, FEB. 3,185-5. TERMS.—Three dollars per annum, invariably m mmvenee, ADVERTISING.—For each square of ten lines, •r less, one dollar for the first insertion, and ty easts for each subsequent insertion. Aav - Boats not marked with the number ofins®1*1 Aed, will be continued until otherwise ordered, SS5SeT.^rdiugly. .A Uberal ~tw1U be n.aJ« to those advertising by the year. mar Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ces ten dollars—County offices five dollars. Political circulars, and communications of * privale or personal nature, will be charged at the —-1 rates as advertisements. j>0. T. Pbcitt has been employed to i and settle the business of this office for the We hope those presented with accounts vffl eadoaTor to arrange them. Hon. A. M. the week. Dooley was in the city , «Texas Journal of Agriculture.—The 'feat nnmbe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 February 1855

m ..■Mhi wm t > . X Maeaac* wrer—The Ust of Letters *«rt&Bg, ia «aftei«oUj suggestive j Remaining-in the Post Office at Austin, Texas, taken into consideration that dis- j February 3rd, 1853. CMea at At Hnr bn« tneome most alarmingly j Persons calling for letters in Ibis list, will please fremjent the Un«W States. Indeed there are j ' s*}' they are advertised r *** ~ ' Knight. Wm M w i that are Dot in some way j Allen, T traceable to a deranged state of that important or- ' Anthony, Silas 6 *^ ^ UQ" i A^ThLpson the Head of consumption, hare their origin in j Axroann, Carl " Any remedy that would ensure regu- Ausburn. Mrs H [ healthy action in the liver, would be a I Alfonl, Green HeeU^aTitemEnd i" has been the exclamation of Bockemieger, thowacdi. That remedy has been found: it i3 safe, . 5®*^ W T and sure. TiVfceii a fair trial has been afforded it , it has never been known to fail. ! Bom! J D Reader, have you any disease of the liver, or ! Baker, Davit! i which yon believe ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 3 February 1855

t ■ w~ ¥ ' • - Z~- % *> -:# * #;r nm <5 -^V~-""j3r- jjtjgsiaans anb Dentists. tgbmational. Societies MASOIf IC.—LONE 8TARCHAP- TKR, So. 6, meet3 the second Sa-: __ arday in each month. >.t, Orhcm—Edward Finnin, H. P.; J. M. W. Hall E.; A. B. McGill, S.; J. Harrell, Treasurer; J. T OrmTe8, Secretary. Austin, Jnne 1, 1854. . t I^ASONIC. — AUSTIN LODGE, . No. 14, meets tie first Saturday^ ^ fat every month. v rar-er 0FF.CTO8.-E. Finnin, W. Master; B F-C**£' S. Warden; Q. L. Wa'.ton, J. Warden; F. T.UJfl*n, Treasurer; B. Major, Secretary. Dec. 16, 1864. 5 AUSTIN- IJ>" ^ • meets 'every Tuesday ^ .v «. th« nnner storv of Tinsnop. -MILAM LODGE, No. , r-Tuesdaj n- «•;w-p- e- OrnviinS. ^ olipKant, Sr c.; Thomas K2SM/V. p.s- «* «—ft p. JOHNSON ENCAMP- _ MEKT No. 4, organised July 15,1853, jjgjj onthiU third Friday of each* month at 8 o'clock, P- M. jf. o. of G. 8. & P Of 9* /1APIT0L UNION LODGE, No. 16, of the Independent Order of Good Samaritans ud Daughters of Samaria, has i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 February 1855

• Vis * ' $& \l v^>. \ v>- .>£ , *&**> #* i? My- p<" 4 £?■*■; - i I . ,? CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1855. NUMBER 10. m i I , V. A Scene la Congress. - Borne rich scenes occur in Congress- The very good manners of oar Congressmen will grow into a proverb. The annexed debate UM upon a bill providing for drainihg swamp ludi. It was opened bj Mr. Harris of Mississippi. From all accounts he must have •in* rich fix to lead off in such a dis- He ww followed by others, Mr. Hollers from Maryland said: So ?kr from interfering with state rights as charged by Mr. Keitt, he said the Know ti^gs stronger and Nothings are for pre^ervmg atoietiy, the rights o£ the State. If he icn-^r anything, they look oq the' southern fanatic and the northern pbpOtionist in the same an favorable liirht; and Woold place them side by *iJ«. ~riJ Mnt; them j A Peep into Sevastopol. j Speculations on the War. ) Dlcxlcan Sews. If the accounts of eye witnesses can be j An occasio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 February 1855

«*•* m -zr~ « r >v * •if." £ ^Ijffens State €im i i ". ■,' ■■ ■ ■ ■ PC BUS BSD EVE3Y SATURDAY BY FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. )OK( B. FORD. JO. WALKER. W. T. DAVIDSON. JOHM 8. FORD. Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, FEB. 10, 1855. TERMS.—Thr e dollars per annum, invariably in ADVKKTISING.-—For each square of ten lines, OT lets, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty MBU for each sabseqnent insertion. Advertise- nents not marked with the number of insertions de- •irad, will be continued until otherwise ordered, fai charged accordingly. A liberal discount will Im made to those advertising by the year- |0* Announcement of Candidates for State offi- -#aa ten dollars—County offices five dollars. MT Political circulars, and communications of I private or personal nature, will be charged at the —1 rates as advertisements. The Tnifimx killed four bead of cattle on the Clear Fork of the Brazos, about the 15th ■ January. They belonged to Mr. Lambshead living on the Stem Eanch. About the 20t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 February 1855

:«4-"c w&. * .r *• a -*W« ' — to teght Tirtae's holy caw, Gortrnwl by H<*o*'s stainless laws. ittigi Angela of fcrve and mercy *wt- To wete«i « Uie tme hearted ia, Who Bee the path of shame and atn. Bat stem eyed Justin, too there, To bid the nastaMe soul beware 1 Falsa heart—nor Traitor, e'er shall stand. Amid bright Honor's chosen band! come, thou Penitent sincere, rAad Ms sacred refuge here; Each heartfelt tear, a peart shaH shine, To deck thy coronet di*loe I Fair Temperance calleth tram afar, Foa her pose Fane, eachwandering Star," And gently woo* the bright ones back, •'T« their own natiTe heavenward track." Tfcea fly temptations dreary path, Shadowed by God's eternal wrath I Arise! and stand, in armor bright, Secure, " amid the sons of light!" Onward! ye Tsmiam to« aad true; Toar glorious destiny pursue I Onward I and w;sge the moral war, ■Neath the pore rvfeSt Honor's Star. Admiring Eirth, shall weave your crown, Approving Heaven, look smiling down,— Genius o God, sha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 February 1855

ssk;' H ' . • - * W <Jtr :li H§ lir% JtypsiriatiB anb JBentiste. j Catugtrs au& Cahb 3-gent. (^durational. Societies l. A. PASCHAL, \ io. / {GEO. W. PASCnll- Austin. STARCHAP- the second Sa- Pan Antonio (Smtoeston ^ViUJertisemcnts. $oust(jn ^Vbocctlscmentg. K-; A. B. I Finnin, H. P.; J. 11. W. Hall , S.; J. Harrell, Treasurer; J. T 1854. —AUSTIN LODGE, the first Saturday COIXECIATE ISST1TITE. THE Seventh Session of this Institute wiH commenee on the 29th of Jan- uary, 1855, in the large brick building, opposite the Presbyterian church. Faculty: A. J. LOTT. G. G. STEELE DRS. LOTT & STEELE'. Office on Con- gress Avenue, formerly occupied by Judge Hancock. Austin, Feb. 17, 1854. 12 D kR. J. M. LITTES, having removed liis Rev. B. J. Smith, A. M.,Principal and Professor of | ^ifopposUe* to*st"? M^Swfnson^s^ ! twostor-v bailding in the rear <* Carrington's store. ton will also receive the personal attention of one of the firm. Office in Austin, second door of the -14 lV ~ , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 February 1855

•£1I STATE TIMES. rt mL n fv * VOLUME II. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1855. NUMBER II. French Officers. We make the following extract from a letter from an American gentleman Foreign Sews. Halifax, January BO. From tbe Seat of war. The reports from the Crimea present noth- i n Constantinople: " I have pretty good opportunity of com- ^°far as they indicate slow progress in the p* g$ from Marseilles I talked a gre course already known to be in prosecution. ^ with the French officers. The two armies . couree jure<«ij v ,J iije very different. French officers are re- j gularly educated j they most serve so long in the pehool before getting a commission, and know their duty at oncc. English officers, you know, buy their commissions - end learn their duties after they enter the ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ing new of interest or importance except in previous accounts of there bein c-rert suffering from sickness among the Allies, are repeated. Those just arriving are said to be particula...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 February 1855

€wos Itat? Citifs. PUBLISHED KVBBT SATURDAY BY . forp, walker & davidson. ton g. rogp. JO. WALKER. • W. T. DAV1PSOS. JOHM S. FOBP, Editor. I austin, saturday, feb. 1 The Texas Debt Bill. | This Fill now pending in Congress propo- I ses to give the creditors of Texas of a certain Gtalveeton and Red River Railway.j Llqnor Lam. , Austin city. ifd^have jjefore ua a pamphlet published j The Supreme Court of Ohio has lately pro-1 A friend has requested to know why Aus- ■ for the purpose of exhibiting the facts which , nouuced in favor of a law of that State pro- tin has not been properly puffed in the col- • I 11 1_ il j i _ . t* 11 • t> - • 1 ! • i * a" il, - i* 1 * £• xl . t" tt . - . _ i They perished for water between Sao Antonio and the Rio Grande. The Indians stol« Editor In compliance with a Ion-* °ne -vo^e m>' OJten an^ a horse. The* | class more than is allowed them by the seal- j wili^ establish the importance of this Railway ! hibiting the importation of spiritous liq...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 February 1855

i San Francisco Herald has an interest- • letter from the Colorado of the West, da- Fort Tama, Nor. 28, in which the writer the following description of the new 1ms Gadsd en Purchase.— raymond, Ati SXAS It rough this Agency. « ritory known as the Herald says the writer is an intelligent y-who has resided for some time in , and who has travelled extensively over the territory. Our readers will remem- ber that it has been described as barren and worthless for agricultural purposes. They will be agreeably surprised to find, that ac- eording to the annexed account, it abounds in well watered valleys, is eminently adapted j State. A thorough and intimate knowledge of foe Stock breeding, offers great facilities for a the country and the land system insures superior v", j -.L at . 6 , . ■ i,| locations and the best titles. Strangers looking lively trade with Mexico, abounds in go , I at Texas may ahvavs have some leading items and Silver, and copper mines, is easily accessible, j U3efll| h...

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