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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 10 July 1852

Krí*5W¡ It f : ¡ feVih ■ rLKLlSlli:i> WKI^KLl UV JOII* o. ■" Afc'D TIIOJIAS Sllilim AT TIItlBE DOMVIRS PER ANMUn, IWAIII4ULV IN ADVANCE. Vol. 7. VmXOItlA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1S03. ti No. 10. uamasra ida ILocal (Cium 71úr«ü eavira. lio thinks, lift talks, he «ritos, ho looks, as novor did mmi boloro! *«*• * 11V Mil* 1 UAM'IIS gAUdRNT Oil! 001) I am (,'rioveil. FAMILY GROCERIES, Drug*, Mudiclm's l aiiils Oiln, &r., AT IIALLUTTSVILLE, /pvic subscribers nro jus! opening full nnd • X completo nnsorimunts of únteles in tho above I i ik's, which llify wl'l sell low lor ciibh. in '.heir motto i , a (¡(nek penny is better 111 mi & «low shilling. Tin y invito their friends to give them u cull. lir.NXKTT &. SANt'OllD. Hsllottivllle, Muy 1 , iH.jC—2-tf S. GOLDMAN, CEMolcasnle aiítr iÁctaíl J NO. H. STliWART, Attorney at Law. Victoria, Texas. Office upstairs in the court hounu. Juno Mil, 185.'.—tj-if REMOVAL. • — DK. J. BC>NNKY Jin4 romovod It is ofllco to tlio iit rtli ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 10 July 1852

The Cholera, dcc. How prona people nro to censuro their neighbor*, and we are reminded of it juat now bj hearing the newipnpera abusefl for not magnifying the cholera reporta flying We ere authorised to annouueo Mr. Jubn N. nbout the country No one has bad the ,&mmmi v,:; H ."■!*?,4 ' i ' ;(f '' : S' ■ M- VSfejf M ftiW true mvtoatmt VICTORIA, TEXAS: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 10. KJKtrftU'.Mbl ■lt, m a eaadldate for the olBeo of Sheriff ol Victoria county at the next August oleetlon. (¡¡j* Wt are utborU«(l to «nnoiinso Juim T Cmraiu as a candidate for the office of Shorifl •f Victoria county at the nctt election We arc authorised to announce Jimss W. CtHraiBMlM, Eaq., as a candidate for Sheriff of fletarla county at the ensuing August election We are authorised to announce SiNuai. i< ||no*, sa a candidate for tho office of Slmrifl' ef Victoria county, at the next Anguat election. (£y*We are authorised to announce K. B. Waits, Eaq. aa a eaadidatc'for tho office ol Sheriff ef DeWit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 10 July 1852

Clay and Gen. Taylor ut tho Philadelphia convention in 1818, and received on the la*l ballot ilxty-ihree votes against Gen. Taylor. William A. Graham, the Whig candidate fur the Vice Presidency, is the present Sue- rotary of tho Navy in the Cabinet of Pres- ident Fillmore. Mr. Gruham has not been much in pub- lic lile out of his own State, lie served part of ti term in tho United States Senate fr<iin IS'10 to 18*13, being the remainder of tho term of Judge Strange, resigned, lie had a leading part, therefore, in all tho ex- citing scenes of the extra set-Moll of 1841. Ilo was subsequently Governor ol ihe State. Though nut much knoivn on the field of na- tional polities, he h:is a large influence and a powerful conncxiuii wiili the Su.te, and enjoys an excellent reputation as a man ol ability and a high tuned gentleman. ns nothing to the demands which the in- creased immigration and the necessary sup. plies for tho Indians will require. The stock-grower of Texas need never fear th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 10 July 1852

flMrrtCeemcntfí REGULAR N. O. fe TEXAS PACKET UNITED 8TATE8. HE «plenHid low-pnuuro «te m.liip Unlud • Sutes, Young, Malter, bai ba«n pUcod in Ib* irada batwaon L *c# nnd Now-Orleam, and will make roguUr tripa during tlm «cavan, léa lng the wharf fit Livuen ovory two week , touching at Indianola and Ual «eton. Har ne- •ommodatioM for paMengere ara of a auperior Th'/uritad State has auperior eapacitlee for Carrying becvoa, end will take beevoa on her latum tHp« t i New-Oflean*. For freight or paaaage, apply to tho Captain •a board, or 10 T. JENKINS It, CO.. Lavaca, W. C. LACY, 80 Mfipniine t.,N. O. Lavaca, May 12, 1852. 6-ti ' GREAT ATTRACTION! IECEIVEU pur atenmora Mexico nnd United Sifitai. which will bo «old at tha lnweat igure for cnah, Beef Cuttla, or couatry produce, •«n.iitingof 100 bbla. auperior Flour, 100 d*. Monon. Whiakaf, 6 tierce Rice, f.r> .uck.CuITiui, 10 bbla. Lard Oil, tS do Molnaaca, •0 boxea uaaortrd Catdr, 10 eaake of llaeun, 10 do. Nam*, 10 hhda. Sugnr, 100 k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 21 August 1852

f V *Sm. i ,■„?* > «biHt V MM • %'.1 N! * v ....... *3 m Vol. 7. .. S/w -w "N >•• ruunsiir.d wkkklv uv joiin o. loga* and moms si ' > ■ \ f \ a..-, a .-vv^ivn a. >\,\ ^ >/vv/v^ VICTORIA, TEXAS, SAI FEB ANNUM, IN VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. I> «WW\'N v 352. " ■>'k"v/N 'VlWAA'N'' ->8 JLocal earn. FAMILY GROCERIES, Drugs. Medicines, Paints, Oils. Av., AT IIALLETTSVILLE. THE subscriben nro juat opening full nnd comploto naaortmciila of nrticfos i tliu abpvelines, which thov will aell low for cash, aa thoir motto is, n quick penny in hotter than o slow .shilling. They invito thoir inunda to give them a,cull. BENNETT & SANFORD. Hullottsvillo, May 15, 1052—2—if S. GOLDMAN,' an* ttrtitU DKAtEB IN .uccMtbWrc, Fumliute, Biíoit, siwci^Hati" Capí, all kinds of Ltquort; Tobacco mid Segari. • 30-1 y. AND FORWARDING BUSINESS. fHlIIE undersigned having just built n new and substantial wharf, is in every respoct prepared to rocoivo nnd forward goods, nnd ship produco to tho Nort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 21 August 1852

' ■ pw' fc at*. , TEXAS: AUG. 81. i lo (be proceeding y held Al In- t page of i spirit of , and eofer «• we ■ public feeling ^ ijoct meets know' it will be on* to act in tlila mot- the proclamation issued for a called sea- ext few weeks, in that will promptly join in 1 to the one put on Thetroulje lies in gel- id be had by i that enough i to biiild o jjfTj. •'' ízalos, Every proposition to furnish to tho mem- bers of the bar those books which are ne- cessary in their profession at a reduction ol the previous cost, must excite their atten- tion. Those interested will fiud in our pa- per of 'this day the advertisement of J. B. Steel, No. 00 Camp street, New Orleans, who announces that ho hns now in press, and will deliver by the 1st of November 1852, a now edition in 10 vgls. of Martin' Louisiana Reports. These Reports con- talu #i the cases passed upon by the Bu' pretne Court of Louisiana from tho year 1800 to 1830. Tho reparar was the late Chief Justice of tho Court,TO-ancois Xavier...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 21 August 1852

I m±' ' -\'í ■ ft hi V 'P;:k' i Anecdotes of Mu. Weusteu.—The N. Y. Mirror gives us sotno anecdotes of Mr. ' Webster, culled from the "Persoual Move- ments1' of his private secretary, Mr. Lan- oxin, from which wo quote: Tho house in which Mr. Wcbstor wns born is not now standing. Mr. Webster's father raised his log cabin, fur his first dwell- ing, and there the elder children were born. Tho liouso which succeodcd was a one sto- ry frame house, with chimney in the mid- dle, having four rooms on the ground lloor, and nn addition in the roar fur a kitchen. The farm still belongs to tho Webster fami- ly- Tho church iu which Mr. Webster wns baptized is still ¡¡landing. Tho remains even of the old log houses arc still seen, nnd Mr. Webster has said of them, "1 inulto to it my annual visits. I carry my child- ren to it, to teach them the hardships en- dured by tho generations which hr.ve gone beforo them." The "Elms Farm" is about three miles from the original homo of the family, llerc Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 21 August 1852

I <J 'I' r-'v 4- ill pi • j ' jti® $.$ *1 ; • * • a $ rmmto. liusianow sswrttemmt# . ®.« "" 1 ",l" it"! tzttz ^ * lj ni BWTWÜ packet id lavaca. Si#.-' Staamihlp 1 TOJW «mruKN, OMMANOÜtti (•w-Orleana, vi. Indi- , evory othor Wedne*duy, ho 10 ill ln«t. Boina ol i and freight will be Inn io of lighterage or deton- ámnliip, fovqrubly known 1 oicollont qunlitiag, oflíir nú for passenger*, having •bint. 0^7" No cattle tu- r passage, apply to Í O'REILLY, ni Lavaca, SN, HARDING & CO. New-Orleans. 8m & TEXAS PACKET tate8. steamship United boon placad In Now-Orleam, tiring the aeason, uca ovory two weeks, ,nd Galveston. Her nc- OMcngera arc of a auporlor ''0t * . na baa auporlor capacities for lid will take bocvea on her jw-Oricun*. or passage, apply to the Captain rS & CO., Lnvaca, Y, 00 Magazine at., N. O. 1852. O-tf TJ AND lluÑáLGÜ. from Sohr. "Buona Vistu," iaaod flooring and coiling) .4 rough flooring; foot wide and narrow inch boards; if cot 2*4 3*4 4x4 2x0 2*11, foci shi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 4 September 1852

f* A txian .. ucluUi '•k/V.:it ,nm ,uy;>/jk,>K Viuir'i Vol. 7. r JLor.il ernrijo \ FAMILY GROCERIES, /" Drutrs, medicines, Paints, Oils, Ac., AT HALLETTSVILLE. THE subscriborn nro just opening full and coin ¡iluto naaortuieiim of nriiuicH in ilio abovo linos, which they will Bell low for caali, ua tlioir inotio in, u quick penny in botlor than it slow shilling. Tlicy invito their friend to givo tlieni ti cull. BENNETT & SANFOttD. IIullcttMvillo, May 15, 1852—2-tf ' S. GOLDMAN, OTioleaale aun ttrtafl ^ DEALKlt IN t)fj<tjiodt, Clothing, Gr.oeeriei, Hardware and IMIBLISIIKO WEEKLY BV JOHN O. LOGAN AND THOMAS STERNE, AT WII El? DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. viS^RlXrimAS? SrTURIUyTsE^ífeMBÉR ^ l ===== -NK/saa, •iK *>,; . nvt, n V.i ff}\ I •At) ♦. V Ht oj i: Scgari' Eocnl £«uTr.o. L. Q. DAVIS, CARRIAGE MAKER, Vll'TOMIA, TUXAS. (Shop over the Store of Johnson &. Co.) AU1UAGE repairing in ull its bruiiulius done with neatness tintl despatch. A lib- eral pric...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 4 September 1852

4o ( * VICTORIA, TEXASs SATURDAY MORNING, SEFI\ 4 SAIL ROAD MEETING. Never did we tee a more spirited meet- ing than we bed in this piece on Saturday the object being to concert arrangement* whereby our effort be brought to unite with the move- recently made by the people of Iu* , fur • Rail Read from Powder Horn Our citiieni evince the heart- In this movement, and by the '¿id of 41 charter, which we yet hope to get jthi* fall, we are asnguine the road con be built within eighteen month*. Whether iiytbing can be done without a charter we not know, but ii there caty thon mire 1 are it will be done. The conviction i« that the Mock on a road from the jvill pay a higher intereii *\ the t§t«ter and for that 1 more readily token. Nent ' calculations of the amount or freight pass ing through thin place have bef 11 made, and . iftthey are reliable, a rail road to this place coding 1300,000 will pay at present, nt 25 -v'/" cent* per hundred pounds, inora than thir ty per cont. por annum! We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 4 September 1852

ir. i 3lÍ' i ir Ucuili of JMiiJ. Cbevallie. "Died—In this city, on Friday. Oth of July, Alnjor Mu-iiaul Hancock Cunval- uk, Inte of Texas." Major Chevnllio was a nativo of Hich- moud, Vu., from whence he emigrated tu Texas in 1S80, at tlio age of 14 years.— Shortly aftcrwurds he ontered into tlio ar- my and received the appointment ol Lieu- tonant in the company coininunded by Cupl. G'. T. Howard. After the disbanding of tlio army, Major Chevnllio being of 1111 active iiikI advenliiiotis disposition, remain- ed upon the frontier, joining in oil the ox- * peditiuns against tlio Mcxicuns and Indians who Infested llio borders of the State." lie wus one of tlio orloliml compnny ol ¿V *«pT 'oxns Rangers who under cotnmaiid of Col. / Jack Hays, wore the pride ot Texas ami fr' tlio terror of her enemies, in all tlio glo- rious achievements of that noble baud, Mnj. Chova llio boro a conspicuous part, and by bis daring mid chivalrous courage, his many noble and generous qualities, commanded ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 4 September 1852

i. . ■-, ■ ?¡S , jaat - p.; ' > We • *. ,■ >;• K '.i & Ri; É? ftWrrttttrnirtttff REGULAR. PACKET urwivN MEW-OBLEAWi AND LAVACA. Th#Lo< MES E. y h r-Preiiure St Btaunihlo JAMES L- DAY, or 700 tojm birth kn. W. If. TALBOT. CoMMSim,. . ,. Will imv* l v«c for N«w Orle*n«, vi Indi- anola nd OtlvMton, every other WedriMüuy, commencing from tlie Kith inet. B''"i light draft, paieeiigeri tlld freight will be Ian d"d on the whsrvea free of lighterage or deten- tion. Thii«uporiorateamthi|i, favorably known in the trade for her excellent qualities,, offer* the beat inducements for passengers, having splendid and airy cabins. 0¿7" "u «i"'" ken. For freight or pasman, spp!y to J. T. O'REILLY, at Lavaca, orto GREEN, HARDING 4. < O. New-Orleans. June 1®, 1852 8-Gin bboülar n- o. ¿ texas packet UNITED 8TATE8. E aplaudid low-prsasuro steamship United tatMi Young. Master, hae been plaoed in - mr iÁde between Lavaca and Ncw-Orleana, and will make regular trips during the sea leaving th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 18 September 1852

J 1 f r^m V ii \ .-4*v ■P * ♦ - £ uocutc. Vol. 7. 1 m - wvv. I'ltlJSKKU WEGKI.V BY .101IN D. LOU.tN ANO THOMAS I vícToiüA.^TEXASr ANNUM, INVAHIAULY IN ADVANCE. 353- =Á= A" ■*>•<$■ /V\ V\/N ftocal OvtJ.o. Ion licil lat- FAMILY GROCERIES, I ii s, itlediciiies, faints, Oils, Ac.i AT UALLETTSV1LLE. THE snbacribers aro just opening full mid complete Assortments of articles in llio kbovo linón, which they will sell low for cash, ns their motto¡L, a quick penny is hotter lliuij n alow «hilling.. They'invito their friends to glVe them u 'cuil. . . HENJíETT & SANFORD. Hnllottsvillo, May |ü, I8.M—2-tf tí. GOLDMAN, jMólówic ítuíí detail •,< dkaluu 1\ Dry Gopdt, Clothing, G rocéritt, Hardware and ¿ucehtwafe, Furniture, Jlnoln, Mints, J ¡at 3, •1 ml kind' of Lienors, jbbuceo and Segara. 38-11/. *i i I ( and forwarding business. rpnu undersigned linving just built a , now tititl substantial wlinrl, is in every reapei-.t prepared to recoivo mid forward goods, ami sliip produce to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 18 September 1852

> « > ftWj « gw* r-' 'vi" B Ák't ) f < Hrtwtatg. L,'TEXAS: MORNING. SEPT. 18. f * Üf'.. attention lo the advertisement Sale of, lot in the cltv of San the second Mouday of Novcm- year the ioU in that city up by a vexatious law suit, was only terminated last spring, re- in favor of the city giving to her, we understand, some six leagues of very valMfaleíand, including the town site. If we are correctly informed, this Is the first aale ol lots since the decision, and conse- quently very many choice lots will no doubt be offered. It is useloss for us to speak of the city as a business place, or as a desira- ble point for residence. Its celebrity is world-wide, and for many years its busi- . . . , .... (rom El Pauso, status that tlio servant had neas has been large and constantly incroas- ' |<|it AH Aft 1111 III «1 ftt/l M *... ■■ ■• «til i I.#. ti Ml I A(. ins. It is the Western terminus of the infe-i Tiik Colo iu no Haft.—The Lagrange Monument, speaks in disconrnging terms...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 18 September 1852

f ) ,^v thing to another, or to ask any tiling froin somebody at a short distance, ho must gu. 1 here is a particular reason for this last > regulation. Amid all this silence, when- i ever a shout does occur, gyery body knows; that some imminent danger is exported tho next moment, and nil rush mvay hendlong irom tho direction oí the shout. As to run- lung toward it to odor any asaistance, ns : is common in all utlier cases, it is thorough- ly understood that nono can bo uft'orded. aceulent here is ¡inmediato and beyond1 remedy. J| t|10 ¡jlioutiny bo continucil lor1 some time, (fur a man iniglu bo drowning in the river), that might causo one or two ol tho boldest to return; but this would bo a rare occurrcnce. It is by uu means to •nferred that tho men arc sellish and in- sensible to the porilg of each other; on the Contrary, they luve tho gnoiiicpi considera- tion for each other, as well as lor their em- ployers, and think of the danger to tbo livos ol others, and of tho property...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 18 September 1852

- -r- Tyjy if fttttogrttecmfms. AR PACKET awrwKKN AND LAVACA ■*mV > !. ihi Steamihlp it, or 700 tons BimrnEN, ALBOT, Commasdkk, a for Now-Orlesns, vi Indi- iton, every other Wednesday, from the 18th Inst. Being: ol ■angers ami freight will be Ian „rves free of lighterage or deten- siuperior steamship, favorably known da lor her excellent qualities, ollera ndneementa for 3«did and airy cabin , I. For froight or parens. ftzr No era, having o cattle ta- ly to J, T. O'REILLY, at Lnvsen, GREEN, HAllDINO & CO. New-Orleans. June IS,' 1853 8-0m •r to REGULAR N. O. & TUXAS PACKET UNITED 8TATE8. rpiIB epic nil id low-praaaure steamship United J. Stat •, Young, Maater, haa bean plaeod in the trade between Lavaca and Now-Orissns, and «rill make regular tripe during the aeaaon, leaving the wharf at Lavaca every two week*. ... - *■-liauola nnd Ualveeton. Her ae- 'J""j * a superior. ■%: •d State haeenperlor capacities for ellTytni baevea, and will take beeves on her retarn tripe to New«...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 25 September 1852

r* CERIES Ax. ¡born •««orí >eh the ■a, a Tncy BENNET o. May -€... están Iééü TIIHCE DOLLARS wjiT^.^r — —= HvaWABL¥ ri.„rt V mv loiinr P. LOU AH AMD TUQUIAS htehkR ¿'SEPTEMBER 25, 1852. ~ ÉHMM 71oc«ll ©nvTlS* S. GOLDMAN, Ojíenle autr $t?UU DKALI'.lt IN jár;/1 Clothing, (Jrocent. ¿Hardware and y~W(¿Are, ¡furniture, Bants, Sir?!, Hats, $11 kinds of Liquors, and Sugars. v 3E \n. J. t a xn VORWAHDING BUSINESS. i fJMHK undersigned having just ljuilt a "■ new anil substantial wharf, is in every xeapoct proparnd to roeoivo ami forward goods', And ship produce to tho Northern cities or Nuiv Orl nana. AU<3. FROM ME. ludianolu, January I, 185i2—-3(1 tf XlTJNCAN BEAUMONT, WJIOLKSALK DEA I,h'.It IN MIÍJICHAN- l>l/,E, WOUr.D respectfully call the attention of the public, to hi stock of flood in thin piuco. i'K« prices uro da low us un y establishment in the country, and tho stock in largo and well an- nortisd. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hardware. Crockery Wute, and Cliiutt; Boots and Shoes, Cu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 25 September 1852

~r •"iV- m V ■ fM*. Ü mm rji MjH&re N 'ip- win Ii&ommnn with the j .wo interest inl pormited an occu icling ovcry thing 1 tion. Wo have according!* por- !deep on rhavc not i williout chron- ipontho qucs- various tormincd to call it of April, in oidéjr, bo given Congress at its uoxt aeision to tako «orno action upon the reserved five n millions—the impression being that in any o, event, action will be eallcd for on the part of our Legislature in relation to this sub- f' ¿ Í, m to - ■ * « t. j /j al mm vo heretofore oning oft this ns undergone many \laej|^wjgtiovll!s. proprietor.— enjoys a favorable its enterprising i-imbursod fur his go Vlar I- m - . It Wm ■77 liN • ' --fij 1 frTjlS ;■ Iv =■!' "fPP Jit v aw, contradictory rumors as tl comc to ua. 'e think wo Will bo ir information is tli ISOV- solely aflii noxt sprii . Bell has do- ie mouth ity may o noed hardly say we are gratified at ":i _ nee. ^W« believe that an apT portionmeut law is indispensably culled for; we bcliovo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 25 September 1852

■s. From ili iialvrB(|)ii News. ¡biMiivrrautl ifurbur Bill. is bill, which is now a law, roccivcd u d many amendments in the Scnuto prt jus to its passage, adding to tho sum lot ij>| ri i riiiteU about hull a million.— N' v all I In iso amendment!!, and indeed ii j it pail of the original bill, consists of up [iriations I'm- objects as local in their i ll ;ter us any that can well bo hnn^hi- cd t iu emphatically tho great Whig mi ire ol the day. Wo aro nut now ablo to c tho lull details ol' the bill, but it is inl sting to see, by the Senulo's voto lip- iumIiow completely all tho old party lines Im at ed 'I Foot, Uoyor, líale, Jamo , Jaíios, of In, Jones, ol'Tenn., Wilier, MurUm, 1 Jo, I'ratt, Rusk, Seward, Shields, Sjli, Spruatico, Summer, Underwood, and Walker—ill. fays—Messrs. Atchison, Bradbury, 1 dhpad, Bright, lirook, Jiutlcr, Churlton, I ané, Hamilton, Houston, Hunter, Mul- lí' .Mason, Wcriwother, Soule, Toucoy VVcllcr—17. cio wo pco a genuino Whig measure 'I'd'in a Democr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 25 September 1852

- .: ■ - * - • r : \ ." JÉi. % ; Mi Jr •r 7 WM 4 0I1 rill be 1 ntrusted lot i to. sment JL.' ¿7airtiírUiwme«ii#. fcCO., H. BERGMANN, successor to alkxawdek iuii., iVo. 28 Charter Street, New-Orleans, Importer and Denier in GERMAN, FRENCH, AND ENGLISH TOTS AND FANCY GOODS, COMBS, BRU8HK8. BASKETS, he- &c. Plain and Embroidered Baiket*, Work bote# and table . Droning eases, Accordion*, Perfu- mery, Muaic boxea, Violin*, Violin atnnsa, Cm ■law war*, China war#, Terra Colt* do., Papier- lache do., Ivory and born Comba, Shell Comba, 'ooth and hair bruahea, Cloth bruahea, Porte ii«a, Noedle , pina, threada, tape , but- >rs, playing carda, fancy canea, tana, neral assortment of all kinda of Tova. 6m Testa*, jmoJioua Warehouse, Ibarreta; goodain their i of, and any bu- i promptly at- K 34-ly in r to a kO HOBBS & CO., ton to R. G. Ilobbs,) ©r alcria in ,8HOE8, A.H ATS, —O.M-HOUHE ST., ORLEANS. I ' tiqtifavÁ ÉKímm rleana, the taaaan, two weaka, it on. liar se- v of a auperior Ijr t...

Publication Title: Texian Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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