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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 September 1854

~6 ¿u. J YOL. IX. •ti VICTORIA, TEXAS, S •2:!, 185 J. INDIANOLA. EUTAW I.S'DIAA'OLA, HOUSE, ■WAS. ipiIK Hubtcrlbcr, having thoroughly renovated end re- f- pulrod that lnrjfe uiid commodious 11 t) T ¿ L, Hie /-« 7 A H I/Ol:S/C, and the building* attached, ta now prepared to entertain the travelling community in a supe- rior style. ills Table will bu at ull times supplied with the bout Hint the market afford . Attached to the establishment is a llAlt, furnished with the choicer Liquors, Segors, ác. The subscriber natter* himself that he will Rive auiidc aatInfliction to all Mho jjlvo him a call. _aprll¥tmto wm. i . llasskll. J. & A. C. ASHWORTH, GROCERS A X I) C 0 M MISS! 0 N XI 1! R C HANTS, INDIANOLA. SUl'EJUOli I'UENCU WINES AND LIQUORS. FOll SALE ON CONSlt iNMLNT. I'm' ¡fit TrfUlU A(i COLO If. To the lu-untlful .Ulii Alaccnboy. , I could have ovetl you " oír hunt!" op "on night," Just ii!* draft* Kt tlif biink urc puitl, When llrnt we met on Unit «lurry «till ulght, IlIAVK jii...

Publication Title: Texian Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 September 1854

TI1B TEXIAN ADVOCATE,; 18 I'UUMHIIKD KVKHV MTl'llllAY liV I W.MOIQH-' 1 At (!) ri.h Avni m, payaule in aiiyasci:. HjimIii The Cortes r< VCIIlber, 1 ii the basis . h:;7 ; it I'oiiKtitucnt Asstmbly meeting in ! chnmber, with oiie deputy for every iiiliition. f(lj WUtÍOl) (•f those who innv wish to csrnpe RMMW f- | Y ki.i,on t'l.vKi:. • ;deaths. In f.nlvestori business iikii, who know well what they arc ronv"l""(l for the t)l nr No- ii./tn tlx- epidemic Willi which the in ighborlng BU,n up e ighty•♦iglitajM the ending 11 til "''tjul, ul"' :ire abundantly ad.- t-<I • mis- of ilio c'm torii I law of cities ofl! invest on i|M¡ Houston are new alluded ilisl. „t¡ ,|t „Wre*Yys the News, "than their own interest*, nnJ tbos' ol their t"..n, • a . • ..1. J ^ m ■■ I I.m I .1 ii Liiiftlik r'flUU li( lí'kr: I* VS . • , , , - , <i of ttyLmidcmio of 1808. '] ni; EnnrMic.—The Galveston News of the IStli ¡lift, says: 'J'ho epidemic continues una haled. On: i in; we would say that ff>t a si...

Publication Title: Texian Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 September 1854

Okiv ,Si.\TKrs.—The cenan («'• ,of"ld pri-iit difficulty in mm . . iHe njii-x of llio girls, a largo «...ijorily of thrm being only nix- toen. In one litinily in n neighboring county, there *H'( lbiiml twelve ;:irU liiWveen sixlren ami eighteen years of n :e.—A>. The Ccntfiil Texan bus a letter from u cor- .-V respondent in tieorgia « hicli says: " -My Inst UalviHti.n jmijkm-, not only gave me an account of the tnur<!cremnn¡iUcd hy , but of sume donen olhiM'ii in various parts ot' *• , your State.—'I he mu i is in your State are becoming .-o common that it is getting to lie an insuperable objection u ith many against emig- rating there. I hear it u: «! constantly, that life is too unsafe in Texas, for iv man to carry , his family there. Your eO]>k' inust put a stop to so many murders by hanging some of them, or they will continue to multiply, and emigra- , tion to Texas will I. . ... rimisly elfected, much more so than your people are aware of." There is too much truth in t...

Publication Title: Texian Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 September 1854

/Vií.v . M# ¿4 r.m '«/< Couiitr. Qrowtb wf Itiu Cuioii. I iri- ■«. | .135; Tl.M. 1,!.--I, ¿8,H|0; KqilHie iuiIck, 1...V.* «iu'i { total, 4^'.t(. i tu M¡uuro mi" TSw ccnsus of 1850, an «mijjllwl liy Mr. j <wi<>. Do How, de*oloim Homo wondtTi'ul and inter-1 Forimxl from territory co ied by \ lt-ginm. citing ficta in regard to ilia rapi*] ^rovvtU aim \iimittiil Xoveiubcr 20, 1802. LAVACA. NEW ORLEANS. NEW ORLEANS. Ja*. A. McKkH r* u ¿ g extent of the United State*. In I70l the col-, u6u. IVlr t.0l<jr<-<l, 85,áYU¡ total. l,!l80,:i2U ; onic* conUinrd a population of only 2tí2,(HW ; stjuure uiilon, 811,0(54 ; to Htjunre mile, -liJ.Oo. ■oil) . In 1740 another estimate was road*, ¡ pbnnsvm'ajiu. and the result watt a population of 1,04?,WU. thlilcin. Katiflod the Con- fcrTS IJwo 47,( Ó0¡ tobare mile, 4 , . tlu-n seventeen State* awl Territorial govern-1 « i*b.iXl>. mentas in 1800. twenty-ono Statei and It-r ; Ono of the old thirteen. HiHiilcd the t on- rltorlei; inlH...

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