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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 February 1852

wy t ■ ; ?; 'Published Weekly, Advance, gitargr VOL: XVII.—NO. 8. •q.'j? ,3i-sir-,:. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1852. *5BT - TELEGRAPH kiMMMtrer; FRIDAY, Main Street, Houston. /*;by • 4 ri-of 'V: >■#**?*•* •<• fU ■iikwrription for One tear, !ti advance, $3.00. One Dtjter perSitaare for the first i - Ry Cents (n each subsequent insertion. _ Wte to condtittfte a Square. :!**• mchaatt ant others advertising by the year, a rjteduetioa. fronrtjia above rates will be mnications will *^fteambnaf Cards and Political ■ ohaignlnt the wnt rates as £ntr on Newspapers. 1. Bubwribert who do not giro express notice to the contri:- iy ara considered as wishing to continue their subscription. * i-4f imbscrihen nrder the discontinuance of their papers, the JUP*3*- a,l.tha>.^iaebej id •A.' e to which I he 'In take theft papers from ate directed, they Syrian plow.beam is composed of two round, crooked sticks, lapped and pinned together in the center with wooden pins. On One end is a straigh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 February 1852

•*> t'r-sfe me 'BecauseGod has promised to send them, and they are His 'ministering spirits" sent forth to minister for them whOBhall b'o heirs of salva- .ti<A. f?; ■ _ . Nflst morning after the aV>ve conversation Mrs. Orinond died. Poor little Minerv/i now fat the barflim of responsibility which rested 'upon her—She was only twelve years old. wnile her brother was bat ssx. Death camc4n- to this, humble dwelling and carried away the mother, Icaving'the children without any one who cared for them or wished to bo troubled with them. * - ' After the corpse was given to the grave by the Overseers of' the Poor, Minerva ami James weie taken to'the pocjf-bouae. and an ad vertise ment inserted in a newspaper that they would be bound oirt. Thi:} advertisement caught the eye of a "benevolent lady, who had no children, and Who hswHong wished to obtain a little girl to adopt.—Without doiiy she called at the pttQI^-house to see Minerva. U pon being in- troduced to bcr. Minerva was very ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 February 1852

book, which will come new to for #1 a year. Address 8* T. Allen & Co* 110 Nassau street, New Taik. ... -- - Tha winter in.Illinois has' been the most •ewe that baa been experienced for-many years. The thermometer repeatedly fell ten taHrtdtn degrees below zero. The wiuler ttheat had bsen asriinsly injured, tod there 'i#gf*litrtrt scarcely half a crop will the most Intense heat without injury to the con- tents.—[N. Y. Democrat. 0*We are authorized to announce the name or A. S. RUTHVEN as a candidate for Couuty Clerk, at (he ensuing Election in Augnst next, by fcb 10. Many Voters. f THE NEW ORLEANS PICAYU5E New York, Fib. 14, p. m.—Cotton is ira- * )e. Flour—150 barrels of common straight and mfepd mmtna at *ti9S|riadianst $5 a $&vl8|. ■ : . . our ckowotbe-s. .v.-m Cincinnati, Fek ■ 14.—-Kossuth was pub. licly received hi Cincinttati yesterday. Mr. Caleb Smith welcomed him, to which Kossuth reftftfin a speech making two columns in Ciqcinnatf paper*. -&\.y : Medal to Mr. Ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 February 1852

VALUABLE BOOKS,:. JUST FCBLIBUCC AMD FOR SAtS BY jodx s. taAoh, «66KEfslLER AKD^^USHER, 143 NASSAU fit.* I will be sent by mail, free of pmtage, to SACJ!SB(* T&, United- States, o*Ao receipt of the money which maybe forwarded by mail, at the risk of the THK~8ACiBD MOUNTAINS. By Rev J. T. HemBey. 1 -wtkl^noi, IHaftrated, foil clo h, ,00; gilt edges, extra, $1,- T^'^ACSiED MOUNTAINS. By Rev. J T. Herulley- 1 toJ. 18 mo., without the pte'es. S ndoy beliool eilttion .'•SCENES AND CHARACTERS. By Rev. J. T. L-l vol. 13.no., I HusUatetl, lull cloth,$1,0(1 gilt ^dg- AND CHARACTERS. B.v.Rev. J7T. .1 jol.' Igtao., without the flutes. Sunday School edition. 50 cts. HISTORY OF THE PERSECUTIONS AND BATTLES OF^UE WAI.DEN8ES. By Rev. >.'T. Head ley.—lvol. 18mo., Illustrated, full cloth, §0 eti. . taSTOfcy OF THE WALOENSES. B* Rev. J.T. Head- ley.—! vol. 13mo. Sands* Scheol edition. 31 its. NAPOI>EQN AND yiS IXSTINGU1SUED MARSHALS.- Of Rov, f. 5". HernKey:—Ivoi.iSmo., Illnstiated.fullxloi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 February 1852

ft he-* ,* >1 jtSsnid jnu'i* £ i *«d hkft-m.asftSi'oh '■" ■ i!NniKK jjuii i in .Advance, fi :'nh • j ±Jidi t*. t *10 Published7 Weekly. $4 at: tne End .th iyiffiars; iHp jjsTrv&a'iaa 'ttoT^r. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1852. -■TBi* WHOLE J® ^42 wssmmsmm^sssBss TAfi ^ TELEGRAPH Houston •v«r nrnr, wain stmt, ii {•> ■««••■ >-*■& •■'"■'• •'• luL^.aoq^ji,^'1 T B l it - - is advance, $3.00, for tbe first in- •ttbsequegt Insertion ; %J tbe year rite* will be .Titus in ,n 14 xK .) II ■■ ia#_ i&Hsrfftt. ' - c i *i M a*#*4t da^Oh^sjUSii , .4 .:?/ *? #gpPKHPit#' . uaunaMHiMtts^^ CoWMAiMtloas will ill ;e^jSaS^Sf S.—Th« eoun hmv« dacided that refining to tak«#.p p«r or :4MUha SWolfc*. or wawfrliif, «M tMrrag it uncalled t&r. ■ MiniCwi*aridcneeofintentionalfraud! JudnTkoapaea, of India m. decided recently, "Th.twhere a amhaerwar to a paHudidal failed to notify the adkor to discontin- ue the paper, It tbe end of tbe tine fur which he iiiUeribetl, at ••y ■ptWanewqB tfc| ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 February 1852

*#■ oertain land certificates, conditionally recom- "*An"*® fotreliaf of Brigadier Gen- Edward JftTafetot, • i 1 f^Aii *Qt to enooafig* th« reporting of the da- tfsions of the Supte /An net todeAnOthetime .. >tha«tttlfth Judrfal Di**5'- - cod fir mind the nefcon of. the Auditor thaprovision* of an act • to provide for ascertaining lii Jnt*#soubl e «C ^Uet having boon vetoed by the Gaveraw^. was massed bra constitutional majority of ne Sen* tbe 3lst day of January, I 52: and by a s(fistitiit!~i—1 majority of tbe House ofRepre- ** s«ntatires on the 2nd day of 1852 } February, t, i An requiring tfie Oommissioner of tbe -* 5 General' tandoffiee to issue- patents for four Ili|aii f f tbe school hwdsef Washington booh- • I,,. T An act to ercate tbe county of Orange. ^ . the county <rf~Burnet. % Joint.resolution requesting 0«, the United States to appropriate $20 075, the ^, mum being due from tbe United State® to this State, ea.s elaimastablished"1 prior to atinexa- ««!$•*, in Mi**'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 February 1852

nusjks Natkmmj. Gca*o.—A. letter nfitkttiiwlj one mi Dion mask eta jjfivtred op to the Government in i of the dinolatioa < S iboNn&onnl i ia tkH communes said to bavo,*akeu pftltia the insurrection. The writer adds:— * «ot yet MtMpllj known Jtbat the 10th Itfte Qnwde National jlf ramie to be •rn^ however „ *will It is credited rof Govern- Guard 1-- BHiy signify to *n4ytbus render :.if Dot impossible, r the %nnx«#rt* count- tri IatT tr^ TeMw mention* as a cur- icas UlaafeftliBoof English* law, how 4 London merchant got bcymoat of a debt fromHhe King of 8paia- The ««tefc&nt proceeded against him - lead, the conclusive ceremony of outlawry JOBSfiSNPlffi; nJter&e debtor in all thene^hfcmngalc houses I M^beii iif |a ■wuuWito^e the plaee wbereuhose *• * «f IkMl tmrt f SetdeagivM a ipdicroas tvccoant at the inquiry at each alehouse, if the Kiag of Spam, was there, , and the formal return of a universal negative by the ofliccr; whcreup- ^^fcs^fbl^oail^ry warf pronounced «t hy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 February 1852

hi M CJrsW, ChBat* HENRY SAMPSON rs Cholera! OTP Far «J>M|f at the robejffs fc.co. slualf1"* without it, •<•* -u aus'ei^ cg&lege, vTemO-S TTia perhaps not known at a distance that the XTrnsteea of AlJSTIN .COLLEGE, at their last meetiug, gave encouragement to a preparatory school, """" ' ' ^ 'r tion"|y |R«V«^amhei. fof tte'Collegeits now iii a flour- iehing condition. The Elementary, Classical, and Malfamillti iUPiilirtiii'iiill 11T1 Yiirh rrll sustained. Da5«^wlfri^The a8sibtance ofRov. R. Scott mjjjli ifymm geo*.ok Cbmmings, gentlemen well qualified aateachere; and by their aid fifty students am preparing for the higher branches of College study. The foundation f&r'tnVmain building of the Col- 'age is already opened, the contracts in the hands or -fceponeible men, and without some unlooked for hin- drance, the building will be completed in about 12 nou&f)*nd the first sossion opened,-with * number 0f yoijng men already trained under the eye of Preei- 1 ^C,c k. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 March 1852

■ r -V * -**•>* . ;>' - yi. nnieatlons w % V ^ -- HM Published Weekly. $4 at End of the Year. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1852. WHOLE NO. 843 ce of their pnpen, the I all thai i« due be paid. 1 Xa take thiir pn|>ers from : are d:r'«rtcd, thev nrc beli! re | onsible r till, and ordered their p«|ien discon- ■jttt^ssrs tin**. "-'. V- Ok luWriberJ remove to other place*, without informing nod the ptajvo - U tent to the farmer direction, they fc*-Tfc iwm h*v« ttei^deU Utat fefaiine to take a paper or ~ loving, and leaving it uncalled . , ftaiia !■ 'J, t"1: _ IriSMHi ilniilnl niiiiiltj ' Tli l i li i ii ir.riber t a^periodidat failed to notify the eilitor to dhcoiitln- a* the paper, at the «n<l4>f (lie time fa which lie subscribed, or liar ap the arrearage*, he was bounJ for anothor jear." or two since, the circuit court of Pennsylvania, decided t Matter failed to notify the publishers of news- npen were riot-lifted br taken out of the office, fjtilbe^ubscripMun. , [Afiks, OF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 March 1852

^#1 aaatag—ngnaagBaan cheapness as in Texas. They would ran on a dead level, with scarcely any inequality of sur- face, for at least 150 miles from the sea—re- quiring very little grading. . 1 believe a road on a route judiciously select- el and economically built, will pay an interest of five per cent, on an average, for the first five years auer.its completion, and ten per cent, in the succeeding ten years, and in the next fifty years add one hundred millions to th$ value of the property of the State. J|E ' * ' I believe, moteover, that in augmenting the population of Texas by the immenscfaeilities the road would afford to foreign 'emigrants in transportation and freight, it wift-return in ten years to the Government of the United States the whole amount, which,they may stipulate to pay for the ceded Territory, on-the increased duties collected at the various Custom Houses in the United States, on the consumption of these emigrants. Nor. ought we to omit to take into account the i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 March 1852

inspects every greatest Tni- and the party pre- 1 at Brussels ■ Thomas, ami which contain- - attacks on the French govern- ment, blp been suppressed by the King of the M. Thomas and his co-editors have - Ti i" . * from Belgium. [ seems quite alive to the dan- i are threatening his kingdom from of Louis Napoleon, and intends to {lie Belgian Landwehr. k SPAIN. passed, a Grandee of Spain of three Marquis, or i landed property or gov , transferable, with an income Ida sterling. A Qount, " must also possess £?000. v has been appointed Minis- t'lieceedGeneral Lersundi, whose ' Mecptedt i * : -4/_ i Madrid NACION states that the French Ambaawptet|m* demanded the payment of 100, ue to France' for the expense of ib 1823, under the Duke d'Ah-' An owftrfeak eftbe military at Madrid had occurred, bat it was easily snbtlued. Tbe mu- tinous soldiers cried 'Vixfya Ropublica!!" .nish government have abolished the ri vilege of its officials from .the begin- .niag-nf fins year. Even the official corr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 March 1852

r/ NEW STORE. GOODS SUB iT AUCTION PBICESl rpHE undersigned i« now receiving aud opening a new and PANCYdAND "STAPLE DRY GOODS, CLO- THING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, ^ SHOES, See., &c. wh eh haafleis to the ttade at lower rates than ever told in this market before. II* invites Ladies and Gentlemen U. call and examine bit stock and satisfy themselves that' he mokesjio emp- ty promises. His Store is on Main street, 2 doors from the R-M. EI.KES. Sugar Cured Hams. 1TIBECE S.O.HAM8, for Family a,e IS do*. Kentucky Mustard. Received eb 15 lard. Received per steamer Portland GROKSBEECK. COOKE fc Co. Gents Ladies'«eal Boots, Mines " « Ladies " Shoes. " Kid dippers. Receded and for sale by f- Rock Candy. Assorted •• Chockolate. Pickles, Sardines. Pow'd Sugar. groesbeeck & Co. W-NEW STORE. Cheap Fall sad Winter, Clothing. BLACK Dress Frock Broad Cloth Coats. Green Frock do do du. Brown do do do do do. Assorted Colon Cloth Overcoats. Black and Fancy Satiuett Coats. Tweed and Jeans do. Blanket...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 April 1852

emsntur Published Weekly. at the End of the Year, HOUSTON^ FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1852. Lt 'iw dit *TFeiv8papers* T' X *uWfiber« vrhoWo oot jive rap'ress n«itcB-l? tfr oonua •I 1 _ _ 111. m ■ — « ntlmiA ti ul r aft !%.?« PlWf 1/1(1 . ' tt tK GODfiilend A" WwUiitjE to continue their vb^cfifrtion. Mhscnber* ordertha diseon'iiiuance of tlieirgnpsr*, tte p tUiluter nwy Continue to wsml tbera till all that is <hw be X— 't ubjcribe nejpacl or r fa«a to fata th ir pupei? .m th oftL* to wbieh tSf? ~ .JtiJtA? '(**• jett ed tlieir> M id recte'!, the. ure fee1 it, s-*!S adca Of'tiiu iiiagrnlUj-.t fe-.niiiy state that it untains over time hundred ese over one hundrCli- art ^ench suit embracing parlor, bed- room. &c .) each room being gas. and hot and cold water, contains one mile of elegan lys nd passages, and more than five to convey-tlia gas, bo^and cold ^to w*rm the building) to establishment. f the building independent will be about half a uni- te glass; alone. for the :). The fip-nitur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 April 1852

I c;se t>6ingenuity of fut are geologists to unravel. T.imperatives were as nearly naked as could * badind vet they have-ft rag tor deocncy. Some yfae skimming the boiling Syrup in that defence- m* condition. It was a hot place within as Wv>ll aVJ Without; but the overaaer said they * re er btfrned. A large well being sunk a few ,rods from the river, into which the river per- colated gradually, it jvas raised by a stout steam pumpi.ito a plastered trough, which con- ducted into a cornfield. Somo ofgit ran the di&tanCeof four miles! This establishment was constructed on strictly scicntiiio principles. The proprietor ia far enough in advance of the ordinary Egyptian mind, to give the manage- ment to foreign howji3: and he is consequently making not only more sugar than any other manufacturer, But tftat of a superior quality. All the Arabs and Tuf^s are consumers of su- #ar, and the proBIfitom the capital invested at Farshoot must far exceed the knowledge of Ab- bas Pash's go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 April 1852

# • BAKER is a candidate for County We are authorized to announce the name of lidatgfpr Coynty Clerk nsuing Election. ia Auguet'ucxt, by ^ANY Voter8' STORE, r '• « ;%v • FUNERAL. IN HIWA wttt.um r lark. Street—-5lo it a ton. Staple Dry Goods, this afternoon at beydnd the me- i&y door, with an i>n his countenance 'uoeral at the corner of There it a man dead ie is poor, yet we do without some kind of re- e should be very glad, sir, - enettffed' lot attend a FjU I ibink I cau, I replied. *At all events I will " # * come aa near that hour as possible.., H« left me, and at the appointed time I went *" ®H®gfment.--A man of was' sleeping his last long nd friends were occupying the com- " furnished apartments, absor- xhe service being over^ the *f? m Kfeisian tneved slflwiy onward to the not a we could desire For tpprjnriate, nothing Wtlftg, and. .while -Mich as we could <al#> in tho ep o.f death-, even . - dertitVy..-W - sfer tMrsfe sotera*, orderly and fceond Bum- horaa attac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 April 1852

—BaEaaaggg'-'v-r.-Mm.-.i..zzsxxGasmxzrcrzxs5KXBz*3:nn.<rxt i*~v> eg!raBtanpqai £* >" erve fictsUh, r.. Gum Elastic (feet 8hw > Sl**. >- M ' M ■ Ilftyfaf SAMPSON. lUiJ sacks • Candles, 18 botes starch, /SR " Soap, 30 " ConOfi 15 « lemonsrrrtip, 10 " sed crackers, 35 " ' Tobacco, , 80 « —Cigars, 13 " raisins, Mb half beSce* raisiua 24 qr. boxes raMns. 55 drums figifc j J2idtet. Kentucky M «tanl, t 23 bhls. Maekarel,large and small, 3 " cr.isned vngur, 2 M powdered " 4 and kegsaaliratu* SO •• flo.ir, „ 5 " su ; r cured ham*, • , 2 " lard oil, 3 bbls Lkbou Almonds, 3 (farces rice, 2 casks bacon sides, etc., etc., . Received and for sale by - m rcS 9 'finoEsaBBcy & Co. gko. vv. horto.n Hill & Hortoa, Attorney* at Law, Cameron. Milan County, Texas wtf 755 $£00,QU;3 bilVijD! For Sale or Rent. Garden Seeds -k T U3-T received and for sale bv J * W.H.ELIOT, «vp(83 Muin-street, llous.on. Sugar Cured Hams. ITIEttCE s:c. HAMS, for Family use. li (to*. Kentucky Mustard.- We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 April 1852

, inadvaaco, $8.00. Square for the first in- fer each sttbaeqnest insertion, stitute a Square. aaiothersadvertwin^by the year, a deduction from the above rate* will be Cards and Political Communications will same rates as Advertisements. on JYeupspapers. ■" * ~ re-w notice to thc'coDtn- directed, tlwv •* held rwpoosible - - - - their pa pen diicon- i—If tvbacribert remove to other places, without informing >u «t>ti■!■ ««. tad the p>|M" i at to the former direction, they that reftam* to ta k« a pup™ or trowing, and leasing it uuc&Ued ntentinnal ftaud ! „ , oflrulinna, decided recentJv,.<'Tfinf -There a e periodidat'failed tp notify-the eii'ilor to diicontin- """ -■"** Ttipe fo* whioh hs ub cril<ed, or boon J for another ypar.rt eircuit court of Pennsylvania decided ily thepobliihereof newt- foot of theoffice, BU urming home m a visit to a weather was midwinter, wind dashcd.the the pedestrian th a keenness ■■<*«.* • , covet nasi a small man1 • momen and whence th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 April 1852

2f S£§h; .:&&$ •v 5 ■0MMM STRONG'S THEATRICAL COMPANY, f officers, who arretted fiim wef© Ofcourse JK MS« sifea ■5^ ting take B| ' i 4 , such have better-di; enterprise*, becatee thoy have b l. , . and are at the same time assisted by friendly lu(iiaa8 concurring to their movements, the fs&litres and easy means of transportation on the navigable rivfers, and the proximity of their towB* tot«ach other, afbrdiug tbem ali kinds eommoditopa ^ Sepk, 12£5> tod hie Mijesty was informed; IA two ditfereot oensoltationa^ hew important it was to the.secdrity of these domain* tbatthera should be established between tbf two crowns, ma a limit#he Bfi«nssippi river,tod to populate ; this sid$5 of that famous, river, olo- Utajw^rfjil waters i^occasioo^ of je and disturbance. The subject is le, and it should not be?* neglected. To come to' tho actual situation^ of ry tosay something district is the town of Santiagov onclova, in Which resides the Governor, .'which holds thi nen/.It is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 April 1852

ifet ruing and eve Baltimore eW vowels owned tb Chi 'I to eatoeption oj r _ ir~^~ontirol\ed by New York _ _ jajbrity of i controlling near^ Emilia, Batavia, Sura- aml Chili and Po- - —— ■ -. Azm-Monuox Incitement.—Some of the -people of Ijreinont county, Iowa, are much incensed against tbo Mormons under Elder -Hyde. They recently held a public meeting, at ?hi4 the Saints were severely denounced, Wed to elect a certain Judge. oeofwMoh Judge who irks elected Jt>y the Mormon vote. Thrasher is ok his way, back to thi A letter from Gibraltar, dated states tbat he was there, and ed to Madrid. Letters from treatment lie has re- his arrival in Spain, and Vin tbei* letters home,-bear iSHS' Acsthias Fasspo o eve refore, men t the DepaVt- ctioris have la- an Government d gens d'arnfes firs a: elgn^ to enter thteir ipoft bears the^sa " Co It is, eot&t- intfirior ould bam. their Ian legation at or London. ;.ground For • , ~ 8Pa^r ning, have been rapidly Sink- Ini,1845, tbfojfeimea circula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 April 1852

HE CELEBR M TjasBiSfe * w iiisil M?z m % :-" • ••%,. .^j,. r i i i i'i -SS9S wmmum msm UtMr. Hill Attorneys at Law, Cameron. Milam County, Texas «"ii • NU^KVTBACTOl ly' ) igrinf n# Bom and *11 External MM 3d. BALM OF COLUMBIA for fltaymfrt* *3rt*newi'3 l EBVe AND BOXRtlNrilBNTand £N WAN VUGKTABm ELIXIR* o^^uro fot«U m^h,"ilo AIB'8 ACOUSTIC OIL, a eorUin For Sale or Rent nm UN sroti taiid feverish feelings <r ^ yfonWtil nnl BHoas rboea, Indigestion and Low f Apyente; f'-r Costiveness in fe- NDIAN PAN- utio" fevers; tor Dtar- sp- .. . .. tioos, Dyspepsia, Vita* it is not bad to tire. 9th. KO Children, or grown 10th MRS P|0 dieiaebns been disc Urnalhf as drops to lie ■thenspplisri csti ties from V 11th. dAinraoLTZ's fsf diiviitjritway ^ 13th. The colel ANCE BITTED m fer complaiuts; for Stumach Affoe- at'mm, fee.' Ths great point* are ,and ne\er leave* oae^ge- (Worm Killer,) for . THAT large and commodious dwelling House belonging to the estate of tho late jYI. T. Rodgers, and situat...

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