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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 October 1848

WA.4 . * I eiiittt Sltoocote Vol. 3. I'UtLlSimn^KLI BY JOHN D. LOGAN AND THOMAS SIT,U\E, AT $3 IV ADVANCE, $1 IN SIX MONTHS, OR |S AT THE END OF THE YEAH. VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1818. THE TEXIAI ADVOCATE WILL UK I'll 1ILISIIK1) KVEHV TIIUKSUAV JIV Z.OQAN Si STERNS. TERMS. The Texinn Advocate will bo dcvotod to Ag- riculture, Morals, Education, Health, Science, Art, tho di Ilusión of pruciicul und useful infor- mation, and to tho Gonoral Interests of tho People of Westorn Texas. It will bo sont to subscribers in any part of tho United Stilton at tho vory low prico of Throo Dollars in ud- vanco ¡ Four Dollars in six months ¡ or, Fivo Dollars at tho cud of the year. Lach number will generally contain one or moro interesting tales, sovorul pioces of Poetry, Hints on Domestic Economy, Practical Roceipts for tho Farmer, Mechanic, and House Keeper, Bji From Allen, Cumberland coun Spring. From Ilollidavsburg, Blair coiivia Alle- ghany and Ash.and Furnaces, uiilaklutid's, ti....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 October 1848

rfurdton, North Caroliuo, ILLINOIS. Carmel, via Round Prairie^ and Fairviow, to Olney. ,, iity, via Tftebc , to Capo Gi- Miisouri. non. in St. Clair county, via and Staunton, to CtifliiMville, n county. aterloo,by Rod Bud and La Fay- ta, in Randolph county, byvillc, by Audubon, Hillebo- lount Kingston, in Monttfomcr; ty, by Staunton, Buukerhili, an , tn Macoupin county, to the city of Broaden, via Ohio Farm and Lis- boa, to Newark. From Dundoo, via Prospect. O'Connoll, and Jackson precinct to Marengo. From Aurora, via Royaitown and Wunc- VUFÍom Dundee, via Algonquin, Crystal Lake, McIIenry, Ringwoo3,Solon, and Rich- mond, in Illinois, to Oonova, in Wisconsin. ARKANSAS. OPFIOK IN A >> / A ' From Camden to Arkadelphia. Thule. From Mount Ids, via Dallus, to Ultima * 1 From Lost Creek post office to Pino Bluff, in Jefferson county, to connoct with route from Benton, Saline county, to Lost Creek. Lewisville, Lafayette couuty, to in Claiborne parish, Louisiana, «delplii to Clingman'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 October 1848

■ ! 4 fc ' m ft if I Bl ■ éi;',' m chanco of miking much moro. There Hour is worth per bar rol; 1"> IIih. of lJustun craekcrs, in tin Itoxeo, §10 u bov; u cotton shirt, 81Ü; bonrds, SfAK) per 1U0 Ibct. A carpenter can get 8100 per day. Mr. I,. (mid fjr a common eradlo trough, feet >y 3 wide, to wash gold oitrlh in it, $150; less than a d:i\ \s work to make it." l-j-SKfcTfflHfcitws tors, if the above quCKtious can lie sat!' torily answered in tin- affirmative, wol fice re, who also tested her superior qualities by a trip to Cronstadtj and a valuable ser- thcro will n 4 be much dilHcultv ¡a,,«r i |)rC!1. "l",!l "J l,0f ,üir,c<P- • . . • . TJíwm fet. IV.'terfbtirgílt. sailed to Coponlm- ing our te\t queatiou: 11 hat u /Vjgen, and th,,«ee t.Í Arendal. in Norway; interest of the ftinner# oj Western 'Pi- whence she returned to Savannah, where t I'his we will attempt todo ia thoff0 numbers of the Advocate, taking unci " lion separately, in a plain lartnorlik#11- ner¡ for wo are mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 October 1848

£ ,-V-' *" . 1 &£$b •f |HH If ISCELLANEOUS. «fe •-' •'¿'«al ■ S! ■ V * EXTENSIVE CL0TH1NQ ESTABLISHMENT. TAYLOR & HADDEN, No. 35 Magazine street, (Granite buildings) Corner Gravicr street, TTAVE established in New-York • mnnu- XX factory of CLOTHINO, from which ilioy reeeive by tho pocket weekly fresh sup- Kliea, and by winch they keep constantly on and a full assortment of Ci.citiiino, of ovory • atjrle and quality, from the most tino and faah- iunable, to tho moat cbonii and common, both for aupplying tüo tradp and for rotail. Their stock i* oompoaed in part of anpcr and common cloth Cloaka, paletoU, frock, and dross Goata of all atylea and quulitio , tweed*, jean*, and blanket Gouts of all kinds, lino cloth anil eaaoimere Pan ta of ull qualities and atylea, and jeans, aatinott, tweod, anil all kinds of low- priced Pants, silk velvet, silk, satin, cashmere, and oaaimero Vests of all styles, color*, kind* and qualities, and all kinds of common Vests. Cotton, silk, wool, mer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 2 March 1849

H ®e*ian * V .V bmtñit. ■ i- ,*¿.5','" r^fyl ■ '• -<•'•, \*f ; ¥d :\ • ■ ■< ¿«MI PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOHN D. LOGAN AND THOMAS STERNE AT «3 IN ADVANCE, $i IN SIX MONTHS, OR ft* AT THE END OF THE YEAR* MM >. IN /\ VICTORIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1849. i j reSS^7"'- or Congrí r%tberu9I<!in -4. To riiem CQjJS'lTfUENTS I Wo, whoso'uam ow&r'a hereuntoannexed, aWress you in tbe^ctiar^Qtff w|iqjt, we be k t | fieve to bo a sole.tljjjj duty rón tíuJftost im- portant subject even presented fuiCÁuur con- sideration. We ajuide to the conflict be- tween the two grmt sections of the Union, lowing out of a .difference of feeling and *on in referenda, to the relation existing, ' the twovraCes, tho European and* , which jjjliabit thq southern section, aggression and encroach- it has Jed. - pt commenced not long after lament of our independence, Jly increased until it has ar- in' • 'fir,,Nnlh "r1;;81 hi'X<v" iggressionpias fol- t session, and eucroacliment en- i&'d it, until ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 2 March 1849

mi be dono, nnd with which o very-! \ niy bo, is to be unite J among your- m on this groat and must vital question. | The want of union and concert in reference to it baa brought the Smith, the Union, and; our system of govcrumont to their present perilous condition. Instead of placing it u- bove til others, it lus boon mude subordi- nate not only to inore questions of policy, bat to the preservation ol purty ties nnd in- suring of party success. As iiigli us we hold a due respect fur these, wo huid them subordinate to that and other questions in- volving our safety nnd Inppinnss. Until they uro cu held by the South, tho North will not believe lh.it you ore ill earnest in opposition to their oncroaclimouts, and tho.v will continue to follow, one sifter another, until (lie work of abolition is fiuishcd. To convince there that you uro, you m ist prove by yo ir atts th it you bold nil other quos- tious subordínalo to it, If you beenmo uni- ted, and prove yourselves in earnest, the Nort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 2 March 1849

f / irflfcrti 'hat, then, is to Lo done? Iluve .Mr. Cal- „ u unci his uKHuciittcN ovcr-ustiuinted the "irtiinco of thu crisis? Certainly not.— , . 'course of Mr. Suwnrd nnd the faction ' 'lolilionist* nttachrd to his fortunes in tod other States, will slowly but surely (about that untnstropho which all would if the soher, sensible, and practical of the Nortn do not at once arouse nnd put down nil ifiose who would "*"nnd advice, as Mr. Seward has d->n<', ^ s hnd violent infraction uf tho ounsti- iq&tho,United States. The progrcK ,,rU!XI|lll\of such a double-laced dctna- ns ftJr«Sewnrd Ins always shown •iiiniíidJf to bfctyjjirini;- hi's whole career, would 'ccrtrtjnly antffsurely briny; about u consum- innticmChat would be disastrous to the rn- spidly growjrT) glory and mngnificeuco of this republic? In every phase of his career, Mr. Seward has shown himself to be this * !<• ofii demagogue, lie was the first who, Í .onjunction with his fid us acli:itcx,'l'huv- i * ;ed, cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 2 March 1849

MERCANTILE. MISCELLANEOUS. UNITED STATES MAIL UNE OF STAGES FROM Fori Lavaca Co New Brauufcl*. MISCELLANEOUS. PLANTEB'S HOUSE, The subscribers, contractor* to oarry n week- ly mail from Port Lavaca to New Braunfels, via Victoria, Cuero, Goniales, and Scgulu, purpose* running u lino of four horse «tign on tlio above route. Thin lino moots the Houston ii«g« at Goma- les, and tlio Auatin and Sun Antonio lino of atagoa at New Bruunfels. By this line travel- lers can depend upon a direct convoyancv to or from any of the above named placea. Leaves Port Lavaca on Friday1 , at 0 a. m„ Mid arrives at New Braunfols on Mondays' at 4 o'clock, p. ni. Returning, leaves Now Braunfela on Satur- day'*, at 6 a. in., and arrives at Port Luvaca on Tuesday's at 4 p. m. RATES. Port Livaea, M. II. Nicholson, agent. From Lavaca to Victoria, 00— " " to Cuero, 4 00—1. N. North. •• to Gomales, G 00—C. 8. Brown. toSeguin, 8 60—J.S.Calvert. " " N. Braunfels. IU 00—8. Millett. Every care and attention will bo pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 16 August 1850

BY AUTHORITY. ■A. I'ublic itclt Pasted during thejirit session uf the Thirty-'"rst 'I' Cong rets. [Pum.u —So. II.[ AN ACT for tlio construction ol ci rtnln ra.nl iu thn Territory ol' Minnesota, uuii lor oth.;i . purp orts. ■ tie it e une ted by the Senutc nn-i ¡lause of iteprc- tentatiies of the L'uiie:t .States of .'lmr.iia in Cuii- gress assentblej, Tliui^:liu lolluwingininisol mo- ui-y bo, una iliü) aré hereby, i.ppropuutud lor the construction ol' rouiiH in iliu Territory oi ÍV1 unit 'Mia, to wit: Kor ill' conhtructinn ol i. <1 Iro.n I'oiiij Uouglus, on tho Mississippi rfv- i.Ill Cottagu '-*5MVf, St.liwiiter, Murine Milln, anil.Fulls ol tíl. )f5f¿ 10 the f ills or Kiipuls ol tlio lit. Louis ri'yur of Lnkm Superior, fifteen thousand dollar , lior jltin^unairiiciiott oi' roiid front' l i Hoc*, Fori (J r^Dout/uin, Mtv'C'ottugo Grove, Uud "í'iilii " Puq.., (VP'rllH ol' St . . wl, iTT in. • "inow'i available pTííiV 'Docvvoen it uno tlio Sulii Rapids, to tlio VVinni'tiflgo fluency ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 16 August 1850

tcge i®? OJUe in the brie* building near the Court Houu VICTORIA," TEXAS: FRIDAY MORNING, AUUUST 1«. We are requested to say Unit the Rev. Geo. RotteuU.in will preach in the court' house in thin place on Sunday morning next, nt the usual hour. ELECTION RETURNS . Betas Cocjttv.—Tho vote lor Attorney General in the town of Son Antonio, whs is follows: Geo. W. Pit . hal 275; E. Ailen 30; A. J. Hamilton 43; A. M. Lewis 4. Oalmopj ConiiiV. — Go'>. W. Paschal &4; E. Allen 43; A. J. Hamilton 3. I Tlie Texas lloiiutl.iry Question. Tin' last m il l>rinuH llie news tlvit our delegation iu Congress had waited upon the President, nuil presented In him lilt' e- tn nd of G.iv. Boll, tli it ho should revok.- nil nuthority heretofore conferred on t !■•- militar v in Santa Fe to cxerciso civil I'utie- • ' i thms in that country, ntrl tu confino them ( j ,rA) oi iter bi ll «ui r> Iuíiü to runui ii w.m.u it .<o i.ir uw oo.iutf,. n w« ti ttl uiuru gru .1 uiwsi.uw ui Hie coiintr. ; .u>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 16 August 1850

41 Á v ^ • iiuw this UxiitN Mav hi: jjkstuoykü. —At the earnest solicitation nl a patriotic ft ¡end an . «ubí nril)er, wo re-publish from our daily edition ul'iho 30ih ultimo, the lol- lowing cxtruct from nn address delivered by General Caleb Cashing, at Nuwbury- l ort, Massachusetts, on the 4lli ui July.— Wo aereo with uur friend that tho mauls cud noble f-t m l lakr.n by General Cashing, i thus bearding ihn lion in his den at the i>k ol' personal property, cntit rs linn to tlip thanks ol every li \\ t ul'his country.— True l)eba. How then, is tho I'mon so dour to every patriotic li.'iirt, and such inestiinablo value to all of us, to bo preserved? I reply to this qursli ui by stating !i iw 1 think it nviy be dest oyeil; or nt lunsi h iw you, tli:; peo- ple of M issachusctts, it' you lulior diligent- ly and zoaloiisly in th it view, may do urich to promote and liii iMy consiiminate Hindis- Holution ot'tlio Union. JJjfiring and intend- ing to dissolve tho Union, y. u will in the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 16 August 1850

,:2rw- ¿t MOFFAT'S Ufe Piflti and PhTnfr Bitters. Medicine, li-vr h<" ' h'rii bef r the puh Uc for * r>*t #f FIFTEEN YEARS «id during ihm time Imvi- im u>iiiii".l m^li uhiriKilur in nIumm >*Vfry part of tlu> globe for their ciirnor- dinary and immediate power of rcntetiug iterfect health to person «nlTcrinu und *r nenrly every kind of disetwe to which tint Inininu from* in liublo. IN HAWY THOUSANDS #f certificated Instance , lliey tiara even reicurd I*. ill (rent from the very vnrjH of an untimely eruva, ofte.r lUI III* deceptive namrmiw of the duy liad ut- terly failed; and lo many thousands they huve permanently secured thai 'uniform «ujoymcut of h utlli, witheut wliioh lif iumlf h hut 11 partial blearing. So groat, indeed, lux their efficacy inva- riably and infallibly proved, that it haa ap|iHur«d acarcely turn than miraculnua lo those who wore acquainted with Ilia beautifully philosophical prin- ciples upon wUjfh thpy ara compounded, and upon which they nonseouau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 August 1850

WMSi #• vt- ♦ iSii Vol. 5. 5SÍMU WBEUIV «V .«>HS ... IMU T..O « fW* ATWI" I Mxioimn. OH «9 AT THE EXO or .,,,, ■ VICTORIA, TEXg| FRIDAY, AUGUST 3o". 18611 ' " ' <■ .oft Far tin.' Adviento, TÍ n si,!) I'KOI'i.s! «F TEXAS. \ Eiutuk:—You have, no doubt, hoard of ^circumstance of wild people having bocA-en upon tho lower Colorado, on tin: retutof tho settlors altor having been drive.';uní their homos during the revolu- tion ^883-6. I\Iuch has been fuid, unci 1 thii^omothing written upon this sub- ject. i ivo been told by persons who lived llmt section tvt the time, that it man w|froq"ontly seen, and other hu- man tre in the river bottom, of various 8ÍK0S, bint this man could never bo np proaebcV'.r enough to ascertain whether ho could-V any language or not On tho ttl however of the settlors, tvtid tho cou becoming move densely populated, ho |ess frequently seen, and fur in seen gliding about the farms, and louses of tho «.enters, at twilight-hour, loeki.ig more like furies or spir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 August 1850

; ''.'fv. IP Sp- o\ 4v •4 * > — , i iim.iii .win i. uriüiuii uMumiarit ) 1 nm ' ;«"• ,Jr;,r¿, " - Executive ul Itn St l«t I" Klr.mr.v I st ,\ " *' citKpHic.Udki (I í^OCUÍ Willi III"' D iwer .u l l> isxtwid the cm UlUoliiUi i Ih r ..lili. i.!•( -'if llllli j iris t>cti it m« Si ,t« wvnr il « "n rK ijíjJ C'i allien ul E. Pan.., Wurih, Pru.nl , bu I S .«1 siiuai. ii up <u u> north-*«"i- oru limit ; and that the commissioner bus report*! to *«>u, til an official U>rni, tint thu miiit irv qflber* employed in th" service 1,1 the United- 8l:iteu, nt Mutt v, luuiriMJted advcrnely with tlio 'n* hubituuU tu the 'ulfilincnt of ins ul juct, by employing iMi " ul the establishment of n sopante Stato (jov- •rnmeut easiof the llio Grsudo.und with- iti the rightful limit ol the sute ol r«*un. You nia<> transmit a copy ol the pruelam i- tionol' Colonel Jehu Munrur, actingI jmder the orden «I the Government ul the United ¿lutes, under the designation "I LivU and Miiit irv G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 August 1850

F I WiÚ'M, "rU,"UU'y Q,r,,U" . , l'«° '«Huwiujf | ltriotlO illil 11111 ii lili,* luht w c<'ti we liuvo rucüi vt'ti i the Aleluye of tiov. Bell, and u tulutfrapluu ? "J? Se."l"nom# we '"'"V i,'"", l' synopsis oi' tlm Mtiksiige ol President Fill- lun' " e Icud.nji Democratic jkijict ' more, rotating to the north-western bouii- > >hnt State: dnry ol rosna. These messages mdiculo Tub Compuomise Rkjkc tkd.—Tho To - tnnt our duel Mugi^trate, nud the Chiol' egriph hrn.ight iiit<>rtii .ii>>ii yeKicnl iv ilmt i l.igistrute ol the Union, lire directly nt j the C'oinprotniift Hill is rt-jccted in the Suu issue respecting the claim of Texas to ex ato. Fur somo woeks past we anticiiiated ercise jurisdiction over tho territory of " Santn Fo. Governor Bell recommends that a military force shall be sent to that section to enforce our jurisdiction there and Presideut Fillmore dec lures that if Texas interferes to compel tho people of Santa b,■ to submit to the laws of Texas, she...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 August 1850

rn t ' If §lf p Ki ¡Sp- K$Wi MOFFAT'S life Pills and Phosnlx Bitters. tgssigjmi ^^SwStei P?w.r of restoring perfect ™'7 nearly every kind frwno i linbto. THOUSANDS af certificated inetueee, they have e*en r*cu«d "WiK tarly failed J ana to many thoueande they have - - Mond that" uniform enjoyment of KEbTwlXout which Ufe itedf I but • partW THE EMPIRE COMPANY in oM'uiutbd v rne uwislau'iik omit: state or NEW YORK. OXYGENATED BITTERS. For the cure of Dyjirpiia, Oeneral DdtilUy, Habitual Costivencu, ¿«.—In ove r, dmeuao uri- ,¡il(í from impurfWtt digcitwn or deranged thm- arh, thin remedy line boon certified J<> by "on, L 1Í. Arimld, Ex-C<ivoriior l Rhode Island ¡ Hun. Win. Woodbfidgc, Ex-Governor of MUh- igan ¡ Hon. T. J. Moorhoad, Ex-Uav, mor ol Kentucky; Hon. J S. Simmon.*, Bouuior Irom It. I.; Hon. S.B. Phelps, Senator from V, r ui ¡ II in. Win. IJ.iliniii, Senator from Vermont ■ i <« . c*.... a \.r. . llii it It I outcry dropsy, liver complaint , bilious com- Jsss tXA V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 26 September 1850

-f //**&x MM¡M ... • SMtoOCflt*. 33ffirf&lí?¡ífe '"fSSfifeffiftf ¡: ¿it#-sé 1 ■ t.fert I'lUrjSIIED WEEKLY BV JOH.\ O. LOGAN AND THOMAS STEKNE, AT *8 IN ADVANCE, ÜH IK SIX MO.YIUM, O #« AT THE END OP THE TEAR. Vol. 5. '--V 3> •i \vn * r * afifi VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1850. THE HCAlCrS cii uun. j t> bv euza COOK. A riuh man walked nbroail onn tlity, And h pour muii wulited the Bt-ll'wuiiio way, When it pule and starving fuco cuino by, With u pallid lip nod a liopolewj oyo, And tliut starving fuee presumed to stand And unit fur broad t'rom tho rich man's hand; Rut the rich man sullenly looliud ankanco. With a gathering frown and a doubtful trl im;c. "I havn nothing," said he. "to give to you, Nor any such rojjno of a canting crew; Out work, get work ! I know full well The whining li s tint1, beggars can toll." And he fastened his pocket, and on he wont, With bin s>ul untouched and his conecienco content. Now this gror.'. owner of golden aturo Had buil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 26 September 1850

mm bp Office in tht brick building near the Court Howe VlSrOKIAr TEXAS: ~ THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 2< . We acknowledge our indebtedness to tho Galveston News for. nearly nil our news items contained In to-day's paper. , lit. Levi Jones has been appointed Col- lector for the District of Sahirin—nnd VVtn. J. Phillips, Surveyor for the Port of Mutu- jorda. Beef Sliippiuy; at lurtitiuolu. The people of Wostorn Te.xus aro much interested in the succcss of tho effoic ut •hipping beeves from Indiunola to Now Of leans on the steamships in the trade. The business was carried on last your by Mr. Foster. Mr. P. sold out his establishment to Mr. Salomon G. Cunningham, a gentle* man from Hardy county, Virgiuia, lung ex- perienced in the stock business, having been long engaged in the trade between Ohio and Baltimore. Mr. Cunningham has succeeded well this yenr, und it in hoped by every one who knows him that he wilt continue the business permanently, (t is a business which requires a man of pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 26 September 1850

I¡§& ; |H lili oí )ur lie >ii) lio n- in :r- 113 tis ¡II c- of <y IT ti it tho assent uuroíusul, by vuto of tho citizens of the State, to such a proposition." Pathiotic Skntimunt.—.Mr. Clay, in ,t letter written nt Newport, in answer to one Tliia bill tho Governor took the responsi- from the Mayor of tí illalo, who propoaeil bility ol vetoing, on the ground that it was to <;ivc him a public reception n* a lesiiniu- a "command" to hitn to submit any propo- sitio to the people, whether he might con- sider it respectful or not. lio suys, how- ever, that— "Had any proposition been made, or wore any to be mude by tho Federal Government to this Sute, which was not degrading or insulting in its terms, and in which the people ol tho State possessed an interest, the Executive would most unquestionably have taken tha proper steps to have sub- mitted it tu them fur approval or rejection, without the command ol tho Legislatura." Tho Executive hero assumes that ho is competent, with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 26 September 1850

MS!* • • • .;,- mmt MOFFAT'S Ule FUI* and Phomlx Differs. Thi> « Medicinan h v<* toftiw th pub' He for • period of and during that tii o havo muiiiiaiuoiJ a high cliuraolar in almost ©very part of the globe for their extraor- dinary and iminodialo power of restoriug perfeot health to pe «oí suflérlng under nearly every kind of disease to which the huinau frame ia liable. IN MANY THOUSANDS •f certificated iuataneee, they Iwve even rescued sufferers from the very verge of an untimely grave, after aU the deceptive nostrums of the day had ut- terly failed! and to many thousands tliey have permanently aecured that uniform enjoymeut of health, without which life itself is but a partial blessing. So great, indeed, baa their efficacy inva- riably and infallibly proved, that it has appeared •carcely lena than mlraouloui to those who were acquainted with the beautifully philosophical prin- ciples upou which they are compounded, and upon which they consequently act. It was to their manif...

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