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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 7 January 1854

mOuf-t TAT 1 I Iwl ;.. .i.-jtrrr-iyCTI1 VOL. 1. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 7 1854 NO: 24 nij?grmfc:y ia V n lE.lSf- PII'TH IjKISIiVrOJIB. DEBATES IN""" THE SENATE. ' .F. T. PIjiaJT Reporter. Pkiday Doc. 16th. The bill to bo entitled An act to en- courage the eonstnie-Hon of railroads by donations of land being upon its se- cond reading M Kyle offered an amend- ment to come in at. 'ho end of the first section providing that the lands to be donated by the bill might be taken at the option of eomn-inies constructing roads under its fjrovisions out of the al- ternate sections of bind reserved to the State upon the construction of the Paeif- ic road or out of env oilier fate. unappropri- ated land-; of the Mr. KYLE Mr. President: I am satisfied that every man who wishes to see the branch roads con tructcd will vote in favor of the amendment. I call upon then) to come forward and support it and show their disposition to aid ' those roads. To large an 1 populous portions of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 7 January 1854

I T UjWAWUWJU'.WgJHMi r J9 tot 1 - m mm mmimhiiiiiiii i""1 ---ri ; V. Tho substitute having iicon laiabn&G table. "fgJlK TAYtOR Mid-fp. -STBiikw: ..f raah Ivjlligo further in paying the tleb'fs 2 JiiunllT tnnn I will cxcopt those wKoliro m 'favor oT paying them at their face valuta I have stood tiirlo by Hide with the gentleman from Victoria in his efforts to'jay this ddbt. But sir if wo live to Hffiliovo the arguments of tho opponents of Ihis l'csolntioit (til who are in favor of its ttiloplibn arc as they woitld have us rc- pudiators; such is not 'the case. I av'iII uuiuip mat uio uouis nayo oecu scaled jiha If they please partially repudiated ; M but that Bin lloos not lie at my door. I sustained Gov. Boll in his veto of the bill adopting the report of thp Comptroller because it did rank injustice to many of tu'oso who had divided' their lasl dollar .with those who achieved the independence Wtlfo conhtrv. But. linRiLiinn T nin in k . . . ".. mI ' " --" ----- --. 'favor 'Of pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 7 January 1854

assia x- iiHiwiwii jmn imijiwmm wmsmmi M "3 fie?r Our "devil" is m lovo as an evidence of this fact sec selected poetry of his on fourth pngo. We have advised him to marry but the poor follow'htis not got tin1 nerve consequently he is pining iiwuy on moonlight and poetry. Bastrop Advertiser. Afraid to marry? Heavens! what a timid creature ho must be ! Advised to perpetrate wedlock by his boss and not do it ? Voy tho honor of the craft drive him off! Were a young lady to lisp out "yes" tho least audibly to any one in this oflici1 from the editor down to the devil she would shuttle off the coil of single blessedness instautor. May be she would get time to take it back. There is something wronu; that chick-on-hearled youngster most assuredly is not encouraged properly by his employer. Were he a devil of ours and lucky enough to bo smiled upon by a bright- eyed lassie we should say to him "Hut screw your courage to the sticking place " .and go ahead. If he wore pusillanimous enough to r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 7 January 1854

Kr' w. r -SflSf"- - "f"" )pnBWB!Sln'- m fF is. wis?"' i IP f I- . Piir.pAni:n ijy . FRANCIS T DUPFAU. JMeiilo nnd Retail Druggiil Austin Ttxiu. 'lftrNuL r' RherlHis Cchbraleil v JHE 7exa J Jitters will gives tone 'R's52 "lid notion to the Stoutuoli and 'jprouiote Digestion. They arc kntihkm -TfiaKTAni.R mid will in all caws renovate Iho whole system nd give health ami vigor ta the frame. Persons of sedentary habits Aould occasionally use them us they will prevent depression of the spiiits. Weak and delicate perrons nro made rtrong by nsing theso Hitters; in fact they re a family medicine that can he adminis- tered with perfect safety to a clijld a deli ' 'lte female or aa old person. Persons vi- K titimr districts harassed atimmllv Willi fever od ague will ay a timely use of these 131 1 toru escape imu untrcs-ing disease pre- vention is better than cure. CKull directions far their uso will ho found within the wi uppers about each bottle. 38Tlicse Bitters require no certificates of r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 10 January 1854

- -I- TAT nfj itr-i"?!".!? VOL. 1. FIFTH LBGIS L J T II R li. I --- -. - DEBATES IN THE SENATE. x" J. T.'FIiiafT RpR'(or. Friday Dec. 10. fcmmi'lis of MB. JOWfiHS upon Mr. Kyle's a- mendment to the bill to bo entitled "An act to encourage the construction of railroads by donations uf land. Mr. President : The few i -murks that I propose to make upon this question arc called out by the arguments of the gen- tleman (Mr. Potter) who has just address- ed you. It seems to me that it is impos- sible for him to argue any question in relation to the increase of land to be do- nated to railroad companies without also arguing the question of "What is to be done with the money in the treasury?" Mr. POTTER hero asked if his argu- ments upon that point had not been in reply to others." Mr. uuvt!iivD conunweu xir. jltcsi- dent : I do not recollect that others have t spoken upon it except incidentally. The ' gentleman goes into an argument in re- ' gard to the loaning policy; but after j hearing h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 10 January 1854

H5 msslu. i wow? ; if faMdafclhtiaMi- fc . . jm IffWWOWtl'fcW caarw?wwii rwMWMinwfWMjiwiPw 1-w - - " - - - - - - - . i i nwiiiriiiimwifcaWftitnr' J fl - igiuuiiim.1. in II' '! 1 l111"- ' " 'I' wi'ijimu mm ABATES IN THE HOUSE. W. F. WEEKS Itcporicr. Friday Dec. 9 1853. . Mr. CHARLTON'S resolution in ro- lation to claims based upon property des- .troyed by the enemy or unanthnviscdly "by our troops being before the House Mr. CONE said Mr. Spanker : I am somewhat astonished that a resolution of that characters should have originated in a committo qcnnp&icd of gentlemen known to be liberal aS a general thing in their legislative action commanding respect for their intelligence and ability. I am some- what surprised sir that such sentiments as are contained in that resolution are really tho sentiments of any member of this legislature and I feel disposed to stop out of my usual course and ask for av moment the attention of tho House wliule I discuss the merits of tho resolu- tion1111...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 10 January 1854

2& -XiIS8BS8p1-" iJMMiiUjjuuajiiagwJMiiK.ijajiiMijajiiiajltLllJ1L1 any one questioned the competency of the Legislature to pass laws to accom- plish that object? If the Legislature cannot pass laws providing for the con- struction of works of internal improve- ment why the following clause in section 8 of the General Provisions requiring that no appropriation for " purposes of internal improvement shall be made with- out the concurrence of two-thirds of both Houses of the Legislature?" If the fra- lriers of that instrument contemplated precluding the Legislature from passing laws for the purposes of internal improve- ments and from making appropriations to carry the same into effect vo.dd the above provision have been retained in the Constitution? "Whore is the specific au- thority to be found to donate lands to railroad companies? Certainly not in the Constitution. It follows as a matter of course that the Legislature can do any thing indirectly it can effect directly. If both ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 10 January 1854

. ' .-" .J' J" . ' A " . i- B B n m )SM "ih 'Oh fia .'- Wf'h i iff It Kl" B s4 . iK i-Vi- Z. 98?f.'" '"'""" ' IP vy -r JMJJSU i ffiB It. " ME ri rtft A -- PREPAllEt) BY FRANCIS T. DUFFAU VMeitU and Retail Drmrcist. Austin. Tans. co ...... . &. . JJr Jiobcrisoivs Celebrated Texas Hitlers will givo tona iind action to tho Stomach and promoto Digoetion. They aro entirely Vegetable and will in all cases renovate tho whole system and give health and vigor to tho frame. Porsons of sedentary habits should occasionally use them as they will prevent depression of tho spiiits. Weak and delicato persons nro made strong by using these Bitters; in fact they mc a family medicine that can be adminis tered with perfect snfety to a child a deli- eato female or an old person. Persons vi- siting districts harassed aunually with fever and ague will by a timely use of these Bit- sera escape this distressing disease Pro- rsYontidn is better than enre. 11 A a .1 an m m uirecuons ior meir use win do to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 12 January 1854

T "f TH'MTIMimimwyuBW f ?sp RCT wffl tu &30 50 ri rv. ! . wk ia ewwf'j; fra rpp ffa Epjp trpi 1 I if B K a 'it;iv':.j:szgsaregTjraT VOL. 1. FIFTH LKHISUTP DEBATES IN THE SENATE. Friday Dec. 16th 1853. Kcni8!V&s of Mr. W;nylii' Upo)i Mr. Kyle's amendment to the bill to be entitled An aet to encour- age the construction of railroads by donations of land. Mr. President: I mn opposed to this bill and as the discussion has taken so wide a range I will give my rcasonswhy I shall vote against the amendment as well as the original bill. As 1 am'unwoll to-day my remarks shall be very brief. The question of what is the duty of a repre- sentative in a ease of this kind is an- swered by his doing .Ay hat he believes to bo for the best interest of the State. This bill and amendment involves a ques- tion of great interest to the State of Texas they comprehend matters of vi- tal importance to her for the bill pro vides that an augmentation grant of 8 sections more of land to the mile shall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 12 January 1854

PttOJgWUM 11.155 PMJ-ffJr..tiBai rW -1- forior paper the government receiving dollar for dollar. It was subsequently called in; but not until it had depreciat- ed to seventy cents on the dollar and 'tho ton per cont. treasury notes woro ib- .Biiod in lieu thereof. Thoso who received tho star money received it for personal service and supplies furnished the army; thoso being called in as I stated beforo tho treasury notes were recoived in the placo of thorn. Upon the opening of tho Auditorial Board those who held thoso notes filed thorn here and they wore Bcalcd down to tho injury of some of our citizens. I know that it has worked a hardship upon some of tho holders of thoso notcs--on persons who have not speculated upon tho bonds of the Repub- lic but who have ever been good citizens. 1'am in favor of tho scaling system pro- per. I voted for it but am in favor of it only so far as tho debts of tho State arc Bcaled striotly in accordance with the principlo upon which it is based; and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 12 January 1854

KtmwSSSSamSSSfS!!Uf- .zt" "wwr" --- -- f t r- -- be offered and then send it with all the amendments before the Committee on lunula Aiiiiiruvuiuuiiis. .mm AVlion comes back to the House if any gentle man is not sausneu Avttu the bill as re- ported by the Committee he can propose his amendments in the House. In a great measure like this we have to act in conso- nance. And wo must bo more especially careful in this case where it only takes one-third of the House to defeat the bill. There arc only fifteen members here re- presenting the portion of the country above the line and all arc interested in seeing local roads constructed to tap the great trunk. If a course is taken that will give offenco to those who wish to tap this road it will result I believe in one of the greatest misfortunes which could Detail the country at the present time. I would propose that the bill should be made the special order of the day for to- morrow at 11 o'clock; let all the amend- ments be offered and I w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 12 January 1854

If J?' f - t J r m( whhmimijij 'Wluuwium mi viwimjuruiujajnttmunmxvutinvix Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF TUBE PACIFIC. Highly Important from ihc East. Great Naval ESaltlc-TurlKH IDcffcated EASTERN NEWS'- GREAT BATTLE. Agrcntnavul battle took place on the 80th of November in the Black Sea oft' the' huvb'or of Sinopc between the Turk- ish and Russian fleets. Tho Turkish fleet was composed of 24 vessels inclu- ding nine frigatc3 and one steamer each vessel in addition to her complement having on board 800 troops destined for Ciroassia. The whole was under tho command of 03imin Bay. The fleet was commanded by Admiral McnchikolT. . -THo engagement was terrific la-ting one hour and resulting in tho utter defeat of the Turks with immense loss on both Bides. Every vessel of the Turkish fleet except one avs blown up Bunk or burnt! and the Turkish admiral was taken pris- oner. The loss on the part of tho Russians consisted of seven ships comprising two ohips of tbo lino three frigates and two...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 January 1854

.tw TRI-WEEKLY STATE TIMES HjEjTOaJJgggTgnaMMiMjaAa inwm i. iiimhmf w"imvtrff ipi ." wi'"' W VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 14 1854. NO 27. r Y - .1 fr' r I - f i.M r a I j PX i . l ftSKS ni w-?t mf. . h. ;. ( t tit FIFTH LKGISIjATURK. DEBATES IN THE SENATE. J.T. FttiUKT Reporter. Fiuday Dec. 30 1853. The" bill to be entitled An tict to amend an An act supplementary to An act. to incorporate the Vicksburg and El Paso Railroad Company being before the Senate with report of select commit- tee. The President decided that the motion to refer to select committee re- quiring them to report to-day at 11 o'clock also contained a clause making it the special order of the day for that hour. Mr. MARTIN offered a minority re port recommending the rejection of the bill: and then stated that he did not un- derstand that the mom-referring to Se- lect committee to report to-day at 11 o'clock made the bill and report the ipecial order for that hour. U Mr. PASCHAL Mr. President: I made the mot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 January 1854

t nemaMscMMtite Sate MBiHMwmaMm iiihwwimmmu wwuiwjum rrEaa?i.vjwafjJMijiJUiliiJUuxuujijieBAiiUgaii that meeting which I wilt read what the company thought of the organization mooting which was held before and also what thoy thought of the proceedings which this hill seeks to ratify of that meeting. I read : "Be it resolved by this meeting 1st. That the organization (so called) and all (ho action that has been had since by the company (so called) up to the present meeting bo made null and void both in law ana equity. " 2d. Unit the Vicksburg El Paso and Texas railroad charter revert and vest in the commissioners of said charter where It rightfully and legally belongs. And "3d. Thatythcaid commissioners he requested authorized and. instructed by .this meeting to accept ratify and con- jjf firm the sale of said charter made by W -Col. L. 0. Olopton to the said New York Railroad Company." Suck was the opinion of the company expressed at this meeting in regard to tha organization which g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 January 1854

SSJW jflWtjV 45wtwiJ?w5(?r' w-rtttrrtftWwfc sWi'wrw numiwir.titn-v; 'WHMfiymV irpKt'i'.n jwt n'wiuwwf ;t"'(J iw)!)j " Minmi"nw.i"-"'"J 'I'M 'pmuw-.tiMwwiwaiBl nave been Drought before tho House 1 -C ire not in what shape should bo print- ed that they may be examined thorough- ly and scrutinized closely and if the) have any uoiects ouner in principle 01 Mr. HUNT said T am most anxious that such a course will bo adopted as will give most satisfaction to the House. And L think it should go to the regular com- niittco. Is it not verv unusual to take detail that every member should have an Up a bill in committee of the whole and opportunity of finding them out and then refer it to a standing committee? Here you take the last tribunaUirst and make more clerks of the committee. This House is certainly in favor of the Pacific railroad and the bill emanating from the House's commit toe proposes to donate more land even than that of the Senate. There are local feelings at work here which can ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 January 1854

--AuftjMn Nffl. I: I JS OXW wiv- ltifAV.(riu !;- ?)! I'f'fvv fcfi fr ' &Ml'v . ." ' .1 I SB JL. S HILUW HIH WHWHUMtllWUllH " school fund has amounted to in the apaco of seven years. And this ono hundred thousand dollars can bo used immediate- ly for tho support of schools. These two millions then will remain as a per- manent school fund untouched and un- diminished ; the interest being suffi- cient to put and keep in successful opera tion a school system from which each and every part of tho State must derive tho highest benefits. I think it will be found upon an investi- gation of tho school system of several sister States that there arc only two modes by which anything deserving tobc oallod a school system can bo maintained. Tho ono is by establishing a permanent Bcnooj. iunu tiio interest ot wmen u;m bo annually appropriated for the support of scHools. The other by direct taxa- .1 t'.onT Such States as have attempted to f support their public schools by direct taxation alone ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 17 January 1854

STAT MP 'fWjjV'Vrj jjiij;Hjjij i1 iijjyjgs :e3Tgigmiij.iiiwaiajjmiBi'iMHTB3i3gCTt u. m.ji T-wr-Tvt?wnv niwiiiwr1 wwimjm wvTm'tTw'.imJMmfm TM-WEEKLY TIMES. aawes?Eram-. at i ja ji UKOsirjeasaniCXscfxritTsmijtiKX VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS. TUESDAY JANUARY 17 1854. NO 28.'. Ecmocraita StixW Conversion. Austin Jan. 9 1854. In pursuance of a call from iho chair man of the State Central Committee the "delegates to the Uemocratic otatc uon- vcntion assembled in the representative hall of the old capitol in Austin at 8 o'clock P. M. of this day. On motion of Col. I. L. Hill of Fay- otto countv. the convention was tempo rarily organized by the appointment of Hon. David C. Dieksonof Grimes county as chairman and J. W. Hampton of Travis county as secretary. The secre- tary commenced the call of the roll of counties and after several delegates had unswered and onrollod their names it was moved that all democrats present from counties that had not appointed delegates be invited to come forward as the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 17 January 1854

'ZV3t&3L'XStn I ? "principles in tho democratic faith ; and ovory attempt to abriugo tho present pri- vilege of becoming citizens and the own- ers of soil among us ought to bo resisted with the same Bpirit which swopt the alien and sedition laws from our statute books. 9. That Congress has no power un dor tho Constitution to interfere with or control tho domestic institutions of tho Bovcral States and that such States are tho solo and proper judges of everything ..appertaining to their own affairs and pro- 'ijjbitcd by the Constitution ; that all ef- forts of tho abolitionists or others made to induce Congress to interfere with ques- tions of slavery are calculated to lead to tho most alarming and dangerous conse- quences; and that all such efforts have an inovitablo tendency to diminish the hap- piness of tho people and endanger the . stability and permanency of the Union and ought not to bo countenanced by any friend of our political institutions. Resolved That tho foregoing p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 17 January 1854

iwwwiWiwhiw-mi'.k .T...-ginuiui "lt'wiiniiw"njLi:"T-;.M-.F'jrn"iiw.i"nwi '. JW"ji"HMU'!frwH"li"i i ni'nCt'H'miww:iwwniiMi.'iJin"'ii'J".' "H'gi' mmriiwnNi mmm FIFTH LBGI8LATDRB. DEBATES IN THE SENATE. J. T. FONT Reporter. the in Tyler last meeting by con- Tuksday Jan. 3 1853. The bill to be entitled An act to amond Aa act supplementary to An act to incorporate the Vicksburg and El Paso railroad company being before Senate upon its second reading the ques- tion pending was the adoption of the re- port made by a majority of the commit- tee recommending a substitute to 3rd section and the passage of the bill. (There was a minority report made which recommended the rejection of the bill.) Mr. SCOTT Mr. President: I will just say before the question is taken that the substitute embraces all that the friends of the bill ask. It embraces nearly the same as the original section. It was offered in committee with the view of satisfying the opponents of the bill; but it has failed to receive th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 17 January 1854

Htgr&ii m "l i)inint"H;iirni sv-n im)'v.!iivM!i"t"' ''w"jfw.imaint.uii'uw''r.i(ttym'qiujj'P.iiiuw''f)t mw ' '.fii..WBimIHil!Mfl rtfJM-'WgOWVWWW f R . ivi .fpr the purposoof surveying the route? i ttf thoir object w'as to dispose of that chartor why (lid they appoint a man to v . superintend the survey from Marshall to . Tyler ? It would he a strango thing for -the directors to furnish money for a stir oy and at tho same time declare the charter illegal and adopt a method to sell it. No sir ; tho gentleman knows very ' well that tho directors wish to carry on the work of constructing tho road in good faith. That they have no desire nor . have they had to sell the charter. It is said that wo are opposed to tho Pacific railroad. 1 deny the assertion. The Pa- cific railroad is a darling project with the East ; hut to none more than tho people of Smith county. I hope the Senate will act upon this inattor in a spirit of magnanimity and justice and not be ac- tuated by any prejudices t...

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