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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 19 November 1856

1 At ,ai!jigii.irj.i'«JWJM 1 The completion of the railroads comu-et- inflf the manufacturing towns of Georgia with Nashville has opened a new trade. The sheetings, osnaburgs, cotton yarns, &<*., from the factories of the former State are now being shipped to St. Louis, where they meet with readv sales. MAKRIEO, On the 12th inst.. at the residence of Dr. R. C. Neblett, by Rev. S. S- Yarhorough. Mr. JOHN ~F. PERRY, formerly of Louisiana, and Miss CARRIE NEBLLTT, ol th:s county. rr^~ Our best wishes attend our young friends all along their journey of life, so auspiciously begun. " May all their pains be sham, and their pleasures real." "—Love indeed is light from heaven ; A spark of that immorta. fire * With angels shared. * * * Devotion wafts the soul above, But heaven itself descends id love; A feeling from the Godhead caught. To wean from self each sordid thought; A ray of Him who formed the whole, A halo circling round the soul." Br, M'Lana's Celebrated Vermifuge and LIVER ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 19 November 1856

L'B* iHfiffr yi'" 1 If mrmmrevj* itnt'l-«'■ j MBDICXWB3. *«?WP3 * iysrrrrr .^wmrmbwrama iir&ish SB film * The only Certain Remedí/ for Baldness, one? /or Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. A R a Toilet Attic'e. for B?utifyir.g and keep- xV. injthft Hair Soli. "Glossy.'aand in a Healthy tondition. it is unequalled. Its positive qualities are as follows: 1st. It frees the hea l from dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health 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 re 11 in it over night. This Balm is mads- from the oristirtT'l'receipt, procur-d from the original Turkish lie kimf phy- sician) of Constantinople, where it is universally used. The Turks have alw.ys been celebrated lor their wonderful skil! i:i compounding the rich-si perfumes ar.d ail other toilet articles. In Turkey the aromafw kerbs, &*■. ot which this Balm is composed, are almost universally k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 26 November 1856

< f- Jü . "J r * - >.i! .f r/ Í u 1 ssssss EXIAN. BY R. A. VAN HORN. "SRterasiTeí es JW S6SS." .. TERMS—$. 3 00 IN ADVANCE YOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, l NOVEMBER 26, 1856. , NO. 27. An Atheist Silenced. Some years ago the Rev. Isaac Guseraan made a trip to Iowa. On board of tbe steamer in which he took passage there was a gentleman who took great pains to make known that he was opposed to Christ- ianity and all forms of religion He spent most uf the day in arguing with those who would dispute with him, and in pouring forth anathemas against priestcraft and the credulity of mankind. He denounced Christ as an impostor, reli- gion as a delusion, any particular form of wQrship ©r creed as the result or trr-maels of edacatioif, and that it was only tolerated by statesmen for the security of govern- ment, and the benefit of the weak and erring. He was evidently a man of edu- cation and ability. His repartee, drollery, sarcasm, and a "facility" for turning things into the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 26 November 1856

■ 1 J i >>•••• ;-L ; - -> _ . - # CENTRAL TEMIAN ALFAB9 A. PITTÜCE, Editor fe * TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents it paid within six months, and Four Dollars it not paid within six months f/om the time -of subscribing. Texian and Baptist, Five Dollars, in advancc. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion and Fifty Cents for each additional insertion—eight Kites 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 inse/ted at Tea Dollars per annum. " Announcing candidates for county offices Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dol jars, nfarriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines wiil be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, November, SO, 1856. AOEXTát fly F. A. BARTLF.TT, Crescent Office, No. •JO Camp street, New Orleaas, is twr authorized ,SQ5T JOffN HOLLAND is«w authori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 26 November 1856

o 5 profitable and less exhausting nature, and a vastly greater degree of safety for negro property. Texas can offer ample employ- ment for every negro in the Southern States not already profitably occupied ; containing, as she does, within her limits more good land yet uncultivated than iu all of the other slave States together. But we must cheek our inclination to enlarge upon this, to us, most interesting topic. Hoping to be enabled, ere long, to take it up again where we may discuss it more at length. it may be suggested to those who have thought of emigrating to Texas, tnat this s a most favorable time to purchase lauds. Land speculators, everywhere, are easily affected by disastrous seasons. There are few holders of land who do not hold more than a few years without feeling the need of effecting sales. Hence, the least check or prospect of a check to immigration brings them dowu to more moderate prices. Therefore it is that we say lauds may be purchased at lower rates during t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 26 November 1856

X Bra m EDIOINES. •frcr Turkish iSafm. Thf only Certain Remedy for Balinnt, «a4 fpf Preventing end Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. A Si Toilet Article. for Beutifying am) kc?p- dL V ing the Hair Soít. Glossy.aand in a Healthy vendition, it is unequalled. Its positive qualities •rc as follows: 1st It frees the heart from dandruff", strengthens the root , imparts health and vigor to the eirendi- tion. and prevents the hair changing rotor¿ or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes the hair to curl beautifully, when nc r.p in it over night. This Balm is made from the original receipt. | rocurrd tram the original Turkish Hakim fphy- v siciar.)of Constantinople, where it i* universally w¡ed. The Turks have alw.iys been celebrated for their wonderful skill in compounding the richest perfumes and all other toilet articles. In Turkey the aromatic herbs, fee., of which this Balm is composed, are almost universally known and used fi r the hair. Hence a rase of baldness or thin head of hair is ent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 3 December 1856

JTl / —.—, THE CENTRAL % m ■ & WKJTWWn KTJIW BY K. A. VAN HORN. VOL. 3. "IIBIPSE-SKf C-H EL 8Ü3J38S3—HKfía¿l 0H HSK2." ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 3, 1856. TERMS—§3 00 IN ADVANCE NO. 28. Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF TIIE EUROPA AT NEW VORK. The British and North American il steamship Europa, from Liverpool on the 1st, arrived at New York at noon on the 13th inst. Fox, Henderson & Co., the eminent con- tiactors, have tailed; liabilities £350,000of which about one half is insecured. The British government has presented a gold crononieter with this inscriptio ¡i: "Pre- sented by the British government )o Cap- lain Chambers, of the American ship Vic- toria, for his generous and prompt assist- ance ta the British Bark Rose, Loth Oct. 1856." The United States frigate Merrirnac. sai i ft'? iiopr SwtfaaaUtto«>-the :>0*h-i"or i&reat The account of the recent earthquake in Egypt, were exaggerated. At Cairo, how- ever, much alarm was felt. i The British steamer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 3 December 1856

$ül á? v í 1 'f: i OENTBAL TEXIAN. ALFR8D A. Pir rPCX, Editor. TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents ii paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not paid within six months from the time 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 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. Announcingcandidates for county odUes Five Dol- lars, other announcements, Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, December 3, 1856. agents: F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized ngent. JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. GEORGE E. ROTTEN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 3 December 1856

m;& /y 1? A consist of 2,500 roen, arnjed witli y auger rifles, six pieces of artillery and one thirteen inch morter. Garza's forces consist of 1,000 men, armed with similar rifles and four . pieces of artillery. '' We have frequently at midnight been disturbed by the report of their cannon, thereby showing us, probably, that neither side was asleep. This battle has lasted s j 1 ong that we had almost concluded that Camargo was something of a second Sebastopol. "the 26th inst., Gen. Vidaurri left the frontier unprotected, and has gone with all his forces to Linares, where he expects to meet another division of Garza's army, numbering, reports say, more or less to fifteen hundred men, who are on their way to Monterey. "On the 27th, Col. Garcia returned to Camargo and again toot possession, and I expect ere this day expires they will also have possession of Mier."—Brownsville Flag. MISCELLANEOUS. DISSOLUTION. THE copartner-hip heretofore existing between Drs. Kerr & Whelan is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 3 December 1856

US i, ■wivA-ra-'* urkittñYSir* xxxzsaamnazsffM H2DICZNE3. ? -W'espfcigh SSalm. ' <..••• f.v Itemed■■/ tor JBaldness, •'•>•• t 'i'i'vt fiiifíp and Stopping y.tHh.ti oht of the Hair. i'.-t A-riele, for Bonifying and keep- v( iir Suit, Gio>sjr.aand in a Healthy > ¡-.equalled. lis positive qualities ,. ','te head from uandriiff, strengthens •rty hi-iiuii and vigor to the eircula- r<-*«ts the hair rhangtng colo>\or get- .-•s the hair to curl beautifully, when : ,.ver ni?M\ i i- fr. m the original receipt. 'IVvkish Hakim (p* - • where it is univer t|y . ■!l ie..- ■:■ \ ..:':■ been eeiebra li ¡01* I'SÍSOBIjIIANEOUS. compounding th' ichest :oi'el articles. I I'urkey • iwrh:. £¿c , oi' «'hich V • Baim is ¡e íil:• >. ~c • '¡i- iT.-ally kno, .11 and use'.1 iM rus,: of baldness or thin head • idir/i■; ¡(-tkmrnht 't>i that country. We tria! to be matIt: of :t: that will do .••ir.viiicti you of it virtues than all the I ;..c tj 'that can he published, and that all i " able...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 10 December 1856

THE JMTMtt BY R. A. VAN HORN. «I TERMS--I3 00 IN ADVANCE VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 10, 1856. NO. 29. y , /V A Frightened Disciple. He was frightened by a cloud! The precious privileges of the Sabbath would commence in an hour or two. But that cloud! It did not look good natured. There was no thunder or lightning about it,, but then there might be water, aod if there was and if it should let the dwellers below know it by an actual descent of the drops, and he should happen to be one of the number, how lamentable! He was wet! It was a terrific thought. I have read of an ancient disciple who was " a night, and a day in the deep," and a good soaking he must have got by it. And he was not frightened eit her. It would take more thau there was in all the ocean to frighten him. But the dauger, not very pressing either, of a little sprinkling, did the work for the man I am noticing, and there- fore I do not think a man could pitch a bisc.uit over the moral distance bet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 10 December 1856

CENTRAL TEXIAN. ALFRED 4. PITTUCK, Editor . ■■^iTB^rMvyxrLruTjTj'La TERMS: Subscription. Three Dollars' per annum in advance; Three dolían and Fifty cents it 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 square, .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 Ten Dollars per annum. Announcing candidates for county offii.es Five Dol- lars, other announcements. Ten Dollars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Wednesday, December 10, 1856. A6BHT8t By F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized igent. JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. OF- G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 10 December 1856

Kings and Queens.—The Albany Times tells a curious story of Mr. and fMrs. King of Kingston, N. Y. Mrs. King fell sick a fortnight since. Mr. King wrongfully fell in lore with a handsome servant girl by the name of Martin, (perhaps a connection of " High Betty, tiptoe fine.") Miss Martin returned the compliment, and fell in love with Mr. King. On Monday of last week, Mr. King proposed elopement to Miss Mar- tin. Miss Martin says "very thing; where shall Me go ?" Mr. King said, •* Ohio, by way of Albany and Central Railroad." Mis) Martin immediately set about pack- ing up." Mr. King did the same. Having packed up, they packed of. They took first train West. They stopped at Buffalo, when Miss Martin fell in love with " younpr man by the name of Cornelius," and eloped again, taking with her Mr. King's clothing and all his money save nine dollars. King became conscientious and said he would sin no more, but return to his wife. He re- turned to Albany on Sunday. He left for Kingston on Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 10 December 1856

MBDiomas. vf • P I • J i ; i I ?: , only Or'ti i R>. mly for Bi'iisis, and for Preventing and Stopping the Falling out of the Hair. A S a Toilet Article, for Beutifying and keep- jl\- in the Hair Soft, Glossy,aand 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 color or get- ting gray. 2d. It causes tk^ hair to curl beautifully, when ne v f in it over night. This Balm is made from the original receipt, procured irom the original Turkish Hakim fpl - sician)of Constantinople, where it is u.iiver jly used. The Turks have always been celebra d for their wonderful skill in compounding th* ichest perfumes and all other toilet articles. 1 Turkey the aromatic herbs, &c., of which th $ Balm is composed, are almost universally "known and used for the hair. Hence a, tase of baldness or thin head of hair it entirely un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 24 December 1856

THE CENTRAL TEXIAN. BY R. A. VAN HORN. << a¿IT TERMS—$3 00 IN ADVANCE VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 24, 1856. NjQ. 31. 1 I Song of the Feasant's Wife. BT the hon. mrs. norton. Come, Patrick, clear up the storms on your brow; You were kind to me once; will you frown on me now* Shall the storm settle here which from heaven departs, And the cold from without find its way to our hearts? No, Patriek, no! surely the wintriest weather Is easily borne if we bear it together, Though the rain's dropping through from the ..A the floor. ^ ^ th e nc was a door; Can the rain, or the snow, or the storm wash away All the warm vows we made in love's early day ? No, Patrick, no ! surely the dark stormy weather Is easily borne if we bear it together. When you stole out to woe me when labor was done, When the day that was closing to us seemed begun, Did we care if the sunset was bright on the flowers, Or if we crept out amid darkness and showers! No, Patrick! we talked, while w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 24 December 1856

CENTRAL TEXUM. ALF3S9 1. íPIITíJCX, Eiltor TKRMsT*Siibscripiion, Three Dollars per annum I fest anxiety of the members of the Austin -Lietation "by the Austin Bar. The Item indulges, we think, in some well-timed strictures in regard to the mani- in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents fi paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not paid within six months from the time 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 lines in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business 'ards. 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 Dotlars. Marriage and obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Bar to find a candidate for the Judgeship made vacant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 24 December 1856

A Good Rebuke.-^The Albany Statesman, of the 27th ult., comes to us with a protest signed by nearly a hundred members of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Albany, re- monstrating against the course of "their pastor, the Rev. Allen Steele, for preaching politics in the pulpit. They say : The undersigned members of the Meth- odist Episcopal Church in the city of Al- bany, have witnessed with regret the at- tempt of a beloved disciple and respected minister of the Church with which we are connected, the Rev. Allen Steele, to use his clerical position in favor of a political party and the leader of a political party. The Methodist Church, heretofore, has been greatly prospered. Partisan politics have been carefully excluded from it. It has been performing its mission in the heart and on the frontiers of our beloved country, with an eye single to the glory of God and the salvation of human souls. It has oppo- sed the union of Church and State, fearing that such an alliance would result d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 24 December 1856

MEDICINES. *-*zors Turkish Balm, only Certain Remedy for Baldness, and for Preventing and Stopping the FalUnrf oiit of the Hair. A S a Toilet Article, forBeutifying and keep- J\. ÍT15 the Hair Soft, Glossy,aand in a Healthy eonditton. it is unequalled. Its positive qualities ar* 2S follows: 1st. It frees the head from dandruff, strengthens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the'circula- ti ci. and prevents the hair changing color or get- ting r;ray. 2'!. Tt cause? the hair to curl beautifully, when dona up in it over night. This Balm is madu from the original receipt, procurer! from the original Turkish Hakim (pl - vician) of Constantinople, where it is univer ily used. The Tnrks have always been celebra d for their wonderful skill in compounding th' ichest perfumes and all "ther toilet articles. 1 Turkey the nronia 'ic herbs. See , of which th s Balm is composed, are almost universally knovn and used for the hair. Hence a cac-c of baldness or thin he/id it hair is entirely unkn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 January 1857

B \ 61 s > / w THE CENTRAL XIAN. BY R. A. VAN HORN. <( WBS?SNBBHT 01 ALL 8DBJHJTS—BSB3TB4I. ON NONI." TERMS—S3 00 IN ADVANCE- VOL. 3. ANDERSON, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS, JANUARY 17, 1857. NO. 33. tv. m A Diver's Tale. The life of one who explores the myste- ries of the sea is not more perilous than fascinating. The charm of terror hangs around it, and the interminable succession of exciting events renders it dear to its professor. Not to the common diver of the East, who can remain but for a fraction •of time beneath the wave and grope fear- fully among ocean mounds, but to the adept in the civilized mode of diving, who, in his pro'ectivft armor may remain sub- merged for hours, and wander with impu- nity tor miles along the unknown reg:ons far below the soa. To him are laid open the horrors of the watery creation, and he may gaze upon such scenes as the Arabian story sells us were presented to the fear- ful eyes of. Akd&Hah. - To him the most thrilling occurrences of the uppe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Central Texian — 17 January 1857

CENTRAL TEXIAN. JOHN C. HEPPERLA, Editor. TERMS: Subscription, Three Dollars per annum in advance; Three dollars and Fifty cents it paid within six months, and Four Dollars if not paid within six months from the time 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 lines in long primer constituting a square. Professional or business -ards. 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 DoMars. Marriage and obituary notices excee&ng ten lines will be charged for as advertisements. ANDERSON, TEXAS: Saturday, January 17, 1856. AGENTS: 05? F. A. BARTLETT, Crescent Office, No. 70 Camp street, New Orleans, is our authorized ngent. D2P* JOHN HOLLAND is our authorized agent in Galveston. D3?- GEORGE E. ROTTENSTE...

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