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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 21 October 1847

.? t 'JS "-" ,! 5- -.".JSP-sT, ' -f EETiUs BAfflER. " I. H ATC H, -' j "v Editor ajTB.Prcprz" etor. , --' ; , ,, teess; "" "nicBissEa will bo published Weekly and for- ijaraed to subscribers, carefully enveloped in strong jysrappers, at 3 per annum in advance. . - - .4 BOOK &J0B PREMM " Wfct 'T Dono at the shortest notice and aacLeanTE office in tho State! v :ataay Having received a largo supply of new raateri- - VOL. II. IITjNTSVILLE, (TEXAS.) THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1847. NO. sds, including-now presses, tho patfona of thonuh- lic is solicited. ' Pevt , ' y -i - JK .-: r jr ADVERTISING. j Advertisements will be Political addresses and ;: inserted at 53 1 per square obituary notices charged i- for the first insertion and 0 50 for each subse- . .-jent insertion. - Uinety words or less ' trill censtituto a square. as advertiscmeu A liberal deduction made to merchants and others who wish to adver- tise at lengtlrfbr conside- rable periods of time. All articles of a perso- nal charact...

Publication Title: Texas Banner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 21 October 1847

I for r i & 9fV- 2-!;' THE TEIAS BAI'IEE m Ife C? 1 -.. e is A f I THE TEXAS BAMER. .'THURSDAY, OCTOBER 51, 1S47. D Our old friend Gon. Memucan Hunt passed through oar town a few days since on his way east. We were glad to see him and so was e erybody else, for no manbas wanner friends in Jfunt'sYillo or bettor merits them than the general. It will be seen by reference to our advertising co- lumns that he has established himself as a commission merchant in New Otleans. His absence however from Texas is but temporary, as ho designs ieturning tohhis country eventually. o JO "Tb aro gratified to learn that Capt. Ben. Mc- 'Cullongh is rapidly recovering from his late danger- ous illness. He was taken sick with fever at the par- ty given to him by the young gentlemen of our town on Thursday evening. He is at present with hiis kinsman, Major Kibble, three miles from town. The captain will bo able, we hope, to resume his journoy in a few days. ET We leam from a letter w hich wo read a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 21 October 1847

-hE ,.r&w! WiK s - i' ' " TIE TEIAS BAISEfi. ' ' I- :r A i 3 3Xzw &i)xti3tmmis. THeIsTATJE OF TEXAS', ) September Term, &RIMES COUNTY. S & 1847. PROBATE NOTICE . 1"S hereby riven to the widow, children, distributees, X creditors aid their legal representatives of the es- tate of Isaac Pitts, deceased, that-Hugh L. Cown and Elizabeth Ann Pitts, administrator and administratrix, have filed their acpount forfinal settlement of Baid es- tate and presented to the judge all their vouchers and "exhibits in rslationto the same, which have been exa- mined and Mated for allowance, and will apply for a discharge at the next term of tho Hon. Probate Court to be held in an'd for said coanty on tho last Monday and 29lh Nov. 1847. . All persons interested aro re- quested, to attend and contest if they think proper. Byprder of Geo. M. Pafnck, Probate Judge. Given under my hand at f Sra, Oct 1, A. D. 1847. "&' X- iT "" o21 3t TJik. P. C. G. O. ALL honorable sportsW aro liercby fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 21 October 1847

1 L Jfr'-JSr -m -&r, f THE TEXAS BANSEE'. " - - iHiscdlttncoos. - J3. " it, - r "MAY s! 2561 I m & &. r Perry c mosses " Attorneys iaao. . Alto Mero, Grimes Co. Texas. -A-G.PJ3RRY. E.J.IONES. Oct. 5, 1S4G. tttw RTMTT! OF TEXAS. To Uio Sheriff of Polk County GREETING: TTOU aro commanded to cite, by publication in the V -rr....;ii Tir,nnnr- n inttn-aancr published in Walker countv, State of Texas, Daniel Saunders and wife Coosa, of the State of Arkansas, the hens of Elizabeth Reeves, deceased, ol uio oiaxe " "-" Eee the hoirs of John Bradley, deceased, of the State , It. , i,Tiriw5 of Judah Saunders, deceesed, vhose residence is unknown, personally to appear be- fore the Judge of the District Court of our County of iWlU . . - m i. !.- - torn nt anin Polk, m tho State ot j.exas, ai io m -"'. ; Court to bo holden at tho court-hcne m Livingston, on tho first Monday in April next, then and thereto ans-ver tho petition of Thomas G. Stubblefield and wife, filed against them and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 3 February 1849

THE TEIAS BAMER. F. HATCH, E dilor and Propri etor. terms: - j t 1 The Banner will be published Weekly and foig warded to subscribers, carefully enveloped iustron wrappers, at 2 per annum in advance. JUL SjL :mijL 1J1.-1 N JL " JBLBs T& ffi? fta 53 U gi S BLia diarls. AAIF JSOT1CE. . . Abbott, Stttarncn antt (Hoimsdior at atn WILL practice at Huntsville, and the surrounding country. Office on Main-Street, one door South of .Messrs. Hansom's Brick Store. Huntsville. Jan 20, 1S4S. lv .1. M. BRANCH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. O ffice North East Corner Public Square, Huntsville. Jan. T, IS-13. tf D. J. RANSOM M. D., ' Offers his services in the practice of medi- cine to the citizens of Walker count v. Office at the Drug Store Huntsville. January 1. ly. VOL. III. HUNTSVILLE, (TEXAS.) SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1849. NO. 5. -H. YOAKUM'S atD QDSiar,---- HUNTSVILLE, TEXAS: nlS ly EDWARD WTbANTON, Attorney at Law, nlS ly HrorssviLLE, Texas. a. r. WILEY. J. M. 3IAXCY. WILE Y & M A X C Y,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 3 February 1849

! X THE TEXAS BANSBE " 3K j kc. THE TEXAS BANNER SATURDAY, FEB.- 3. 15-J9. O We are authorised to announce Hon. Hirsai G. Runnels, as a candidate to represent tills District in the next Congressof the United Statos. The elec- ' lion takes placo on the first ilfouday in August next. uj 4 (.j D uj u lj 4 4 4 u 4 4 c 4 4 : 4 -.' -; -.' Our'fricnds who are in arrears for subscriptions ' or advertising-will confer a very great favor on us by 1 'rtiStting us their dues without delay. Our necessities "are urgent. TERM S. 2 IN ADVANCE for siuglo subscription. 3 copies ono year for $5. 10 copies for 15. If the money is forwarded to this office in ono month from the receipt of the first number, it will bo considered in-advance. If payment is not made within that .time, $3.00 will be charged. If delayed till the ex- piration ofthe volume, 4. 0O We thankyou, Dimon. for .those pa- pers. (&- We are under many obligations to Gens. Houston and Rusk for important Doc Aieits. -07" Wre call the at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 3 February 1849

THE TEXAS BAIN E R el, brandv $50 per gallon, and other thing in proportion. There vvns much suffering at the Mines, and even apprehension of famine, in con- Feqnenreof the multitude arriximr from all qurrlerc The !n.nn be'tus .ble t endure more I'munie ar.d p rer f r than the while, were gathering must of th. gold S hup parlies lnd commenced killing hur-ts an mules fbr food. The people were in hopes of gcttr.? a speedy supply of food from .Mexico. Ves- sels at San Francisco, which had been aban- doned or neglected, were once more in re- quest proceed along the coast for food, the latter having become more valuable tlan gold. "Whale ships were selling off their outfits at Alonterey, at enormous profits. The following Telegr.iphic DNpatche were received atTi late hour lat night. We give them as received Delia, 22uh. Baltimore. Jan. 17. The Southern Contention, composed of members from the slave holding fetates. as- sembled at the capital on Tue-ihv night; Reporters excluded. Committe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 3 February 1849

m. . ... THE T iS I A S B A IT Is7 E IAJ ADVERTISING. Arfrprtirnontswillbe Political addresses mid inserted at 1 per square for the first insertion and 0 50 for each subsc- obituarx no'ices charged a- advertisement. A liberal deduction made to merchants and qucnt insertion t-,Mt- rr-nra nr lns o'hers xvhow 1M1 to adv er- will constitute a square, tise at length for conidc- An ad', cmrcment ov cr 50 rab.o periods of time, words will be counted as All articks of a pcro- two squares, if over 160 nal character mu-t be words three squares and pa.d for double.mvanablx so on. O" A deduction or 25 PER CENT. WILL BE MADE ON ALL LEG VL AD- X ERTISEMENTS IF PAID FOR JN ADVANCE. in adv aiice. When advert.-ements ere eatto the otlicc vv ith- out the number of insertion- marked. thex w ill be continued at the d.-crction Yearly advertisements of the proprietor, not exceeding 100 words o paper v ill be ibs- w ill be inserted for 12, continued until all arrear not exceeding 150 words 18, not exceedi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 26 May 1849

44 T 'njJUo 4? 'aft k aasafaa.Vr,tr'.dWA'M:;g.Mak:.---Tt--. .....y.m-. MAvsr.sn gji'Jirj' .i-v u,f rrrro-Tv y, --i rrv Ti in v jv; K ra J? - f2e vIS Ml fcf fcri JLW Edited by F. HATCH. ASK NOTHING BUT WHAT IS RIGHT SUB.W TO NOTHING THAT IS WRONG TWO DOLLARS "a year. tZ 1 . . VOL. IE $.-; f?J z'jkb- ,. HMTSVILLE, TEXAMAY 0, 1S-19. . . . kq.20 ANNEXATION OP TEXAS. Letter from Sam Houston to A." J. DonelBou. Huntsviixe. Texas, 9th April, 1845. Mr dear. Major: In accordance -with my promise on yesterday. I will now commuui cate to you some of my views on the question of annexation. I regret that my time will not allow me to go as fully into an cxamiua lion of the subject as would be desirable, -where so much of interest to both countries is involved in the measure. The overture is now made by the United States to Texas; and oy an act of the Congress of the former, con- ditions are proposed by which the latter may be admitted as a part of the Union. I will not discuss the policy of the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 26 May 1849

-r-. - A fSM-" y!sgprA-A,vw,f y;, ?,aS!utu-pg?g" THE T E I i S B.AlTJfp. ? . . ut r l' " jgj 1 rv ''. .? J!" SSail AiTaugements. MUrSTSVlLL-S POST FPSCci G. Sans F M C. L. Collixs. Ass't le Sundays and Wednesdays, ;aves Mondays and FriJays, Due Mondays and Fridays, Loave3 Sundays and "Wednesdays Closes Tuesdays and Satur Jav3. Ssd H.VE2 Mai: Dus l1P.IV.n5 i!07iri:lV5 Closes Mondays and Fridays, Due Fridays, Leaves Saturdays, Closes Friday, Austin" Mail. Due "Wednesdays and Saturdays, Leaves Mondays and Thurcdayc, Closes Sundays and Wedncsda, OFFICE HOUES. "Will open every day except Sunday at 8 a. m. Will close at " - 12 a.?. "Wjli open at 2 p. h. "Will close at - or. zz. "Will open at 7 r. 11. "Will close at Sv.n. 3?.:: 5 a. i! 8 p. n. 8 A. JI 4 p. 21. 2 p. si. 6 r. m. 6 A. II. 5 P. K. 6 p. 6 a. &p. THE TEXAS BANNER. Iteffisr" -- 3 -rSffirVWiSSSCj-'A" For Governor, GEN. GEORGE T, WOOD. 107 Commissioner of tLe Genera! Land OSce COL. JOHN M. WADE, must nay cash upon the delivery ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 26 May 1849

ifc"MWwftwcrtlig!i hkrt iwAfcj THE T E I A S B A 1 1 E E .r" i-1 . X H3 Wea&ijoico(r to learn from the eslenf JexiaSr-oflilleTTtTr, THaTlEe "cKole- & iuL&so&r subsidccLm San Antonio, as to jCcastbnBuf.lilfle alarni. There had been .cut few cases and deaths reported during &epreyiqusreek,and they had teen confined to strangers andjersons Tvho had. neglected to take the necessary preventives. "We join our brother of the Texian in his prayer that a beneficent Providence will soon restore his beautiful, city to its former healthful and prosperous state. " JEf The following is an extract from a letter to the editor, written from Austin, and dated May 19th: "There is nothing in the world -new. here. "We had a grand pic-nic party on the river bank'to-day, with the military band to play for us; and a' 'regular- built' rustic dance. The dinner was really sumptuous. The Sons of Temperance are going ahead with the most wonderful success. Already theDivi- sioniere numbers co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 26 May 1849

THE TEXAS BAOEE. tf AS BEPAET 2E5T, M1SCH 35, 1S& Bales in relation to eias prc-nded tor by an actot Congresjj approved cd-tiii. j io-xS. entitled "An act "to Drcvide -or the pay- ment cf Iionsj s. d other property lost or destroyed :n the rdifcsrj service cf the United States.'' ALL CLAIMS under the provisions ci this act must be reointed at, the eric; ot the Third Auditor of the Treasury Department and each must te substantiated by such evi- dence a3 is herein after designated, yrith res- pect to cases of the c-a3 untter vrhun it ialis FIRST CLASS OF CASES. Bv the first seeticnof the law it is enacted: 'That any field, or staff, or other oidcer. mounted militia nian. volunteer, ranger, or cavalry, encaged in lis military service of the United ' Status since the lith of June, 1312 or who shall hereafter be m said service, and has sustained or shall sustain damage, with- out any fault or neligencs on his part while in said" service, by te loss cf a horse in bat tie. or by the lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 24 November 1849

- ,EcfiteiyjyK .: Stolid; -,-"' "aSiT'NOTHING BUT "WHAT rs higiix-tSUIs-mit -to 'xtaijG mpiA'T rs .hsnirxciZ I , n i " i " " mm STEELE.ilKEAft NOTEIMsl.mror ?I5o k'f ?ft -V. E?W0 DOLLARS a year. anner- u - " ' fsaac Tousey. II Montgomery countyv Hugh J. Boston. . Grimes county, 0.51 P. Hill, - r " ' J oliTij, Harris. fe Leon county, J. 0. Boggs. K Limestone county, J. Ji. Davis;. Anderson county, A. li iicUiure. ?olli county, John Siubblefield. .. - D. G-. Gicen Tyler county, E. J. Parsons " Harris county, X W. T-affc. louston county, Cyrus JL Randolph. iloberteoncQunty, Prancis L-Barziza. Smith'Jounty. TL P.'Davey. A A -w Harrison county, James McCown. x Bexar county. Onesinras Evaus" jacogdoches "county. Bennett Blake. ITu4jAounty,T5iues Armstrong: -Payette cQuncyIsaaa It IlilL' . ' ' -J-""'' ""' - ."o.. t,m.TaOCT1B.Mieg in .i.1j.j, ...i- . -i 7-rr. t-vTVt . r.ir .. r igpsawacgaasnJSggjgtgyiiasMaeMcas'qag; 3 - it a TSSAS JEGSIS&ATSJIS'E Senate JVor. 1 0, 1 349. Sir. Walker in-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 24 November 1849

tft,Uim! i,..w:'"Jt!!WWI'.JIH Lm.mu.9sJW4&wj&HmaatJV.4iKvr ;yt-j-!LiUMKj-r-iM:-,-:-.-T!r kwi .,;'.i-,,r- i-iit i I'm f) THE TEXAS BAILEE. , r THE TEXAS BAMEB. Hfuitsvillc, IVov. 24, 1849. U3 We have been without a paper mail from New Orleans for two weeks. The creeks. Lake, Mill creek &c., hclow Montgomery, have heen so swollen by the late heavy raius in that quarter, as to be impassable. We understand that the people along the road are building good bridges over these creeks Until they are completed we need not expect to he favored with regular mails. Montgomery. This eligibly situated and pleasant town is improving rapidly. Several large frame buildings are going up, designed for business houses, and many others are in contemplation. A steam saw mill has been in operation near the town for some weeks., supplying the whole surrounding country with an abundance of good lumber, at prices, too. that will justify the citizons in making good and permanent Improvements. The t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 24 November 1849

- -K?5Sfr " Vc-": --."-- """- 'gMJBBBBBBBBBMW'waawi" ' ' i iii nWiit'iii1 ' aLwign-inirriTi i ,ii '. tfc-qwistejMJiwsrg -, tli iviji-affTn ---fK-.y--ffif . n it mm mss&memmems&MS&ge?- ,, i-jg2. r THE TEIAS BAiYIER tT . I JJgion Reiolved, That in the opinion of this con-Uigion with any rigor, and ho never cared a- :ntion itis the dufcv.offce general govern pout fasting in the month of Bamazau,. He . ' -. .... i'vn,l onniiinnq fm : was the nrst juahnmmp.dfiTi rnlpr. -who frran- eiitMTiroviacanaeri""-" vUU... - --- , a connection 1-cUvech the main trun ot this too rea national iailrd and all railroads now made to the hi; i --x i,0.-,ftrlia constructed by the nib mos Z L , ' :.i Jjrhpr-a conditions fot ; was the first ATahorainedan ruler, who gran menewpruuui-uuu , , ro,ri ,n. tvp.I Hip u' "'" : . . . -f. - -""--" -- ghest ranlcs, and mado some of them i "I 1 L I lilt? vwr-i i...,nii- f..!..Jn LJ - .? , I .-. onririch niav hereafter be construcieu uy uiei " uc.uuuio wouus. x...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Banner — 24 November 1849

- . - w m ft ? c ---ww''"" MJ-1''iarg' t r"fc Jt"- : . . r. . - 2: 'jjapv - t S u 3T ' y "- . jLr - L t -'3$aajfc -SssfaaMrhsBfts J "TfjmMr-r .vaafciWw3lATajrjSi ri gT &&jjciaKJjt.jiaakimita PEfi-f-lI-AS BAII-ES, f i - "cwnnnMirrtitL - W,- V fr act. 1 - SSontlilyBiilietinj po- THE C0NSUA1F- TlON"."I Tti the skilled Onimon of tho mostibstiu- uushcd. phjsiciaus, kotli of this coRiiUyaiia Litirope, that Coxsvjrrr:ox.is Gynini.s, ill auv and crcrv stlisc.jsx IcopUnghatjjliJddsatM-J "The latter svmpibsi frc- rracnllvmarksa breaking up - of tliepowersof life, and then "a -euro is not to he tt :.-.t. v......j ... TlnTi.-.miA- nu tlT limPS ST? notlifeccssarv'obstacles to a permanent cure- Bnl-J; tho-mcans to bo employed mart bo -Kiddy aaiercn. Jromcrrorduiiuily-u'sea. Consmnptivo patent?, ffeacralJv-Buek Tor a ootJ'ing medicine nicretyonio- UimgvKich will-aiay atavgh. Nothmg-is csser lhan to furnish such a compo.md. It is tliis, and "MS clrme, wnTcJitha numerous JBulmonic Syrups, W ...

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