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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 10 October 1850

/? , ;y% / f 4 l ¿ < € ' X . > % , JÜr. •■V . <* : 3 txrnx Wt* p& f t. • R ¡f Vol. 5. I'|]lll.hllKD WEEKLY BIT JOHN D. LOO AN ANO THOMAS STEUNE, AT $'<* IN Dcru «' N i-jíVANt: J, ilW... *'íjÚnb siir •; -<=<■< >.<N/"v'VW 13, 94 IN SIX' ill ON TIIS, OH (5 AT THE END OP THE TEAR. VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER l()7l850. : N/VS S f\ TO WHO! TO WHO 1 The following,^from south-western nows- psper.Uth* moat ingenious uewtpopcr dun thai ha ever fallen und' r our i.oiico. 'Twas on a cold autumnal night, A, dismal ono to views Dark clouds obacurcd fair Vunus's light, And not a star nppenred in sight, Aa tlio thick forest through, Muooins—as usual—"blue," Heat homeward, "tacking" loft and right¡ When «II at once ho "brought up" right Aga''tst,an old dead yew; At which he '«rounded to," •" And "squaring iff," as if to light, * Said within oath I shan't indite, infft.'ai scoundrel you! Light—on' 1'lHick you, black or white!" Jüst then above him flew > . A.n ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 10 October 1850

.fy.Üilmi. *¿- •*" **«p 1 a w Office in the brick building near the Court llouie VICTORIA ,T EXA S: THURSDAY MORNING, OCT'lt. 10. Qp"Via cheerfully call ntteution to tha curd of Lawrenuk IIopsk, Indianoln, Toxus, which will bo seen in to-day's pa- per. Mr. Henry E. JUwrence, the |>ro prietor, is well known to tha traveling pub- lic °f jyprtern Texaa from his former Con- nection with our Gulf steamers, as also proprietor!the Palmetto House, in Gal- veatSj^ ai fin obliging, active, and utten- tivé business young twin, and wo hove no doubt he will muku the Lawrence House worthy of public favor. . *W 'respectfully request tlio attention of ' our. reader to tho Proclamation of Gov. Bait, which will bo found in another col- umn of tcyfayV paper. The Governor has now dono- hia duty—he has submitted to you' the question V occepting or rejecting the propositions (torn Congress. Ever) ands upon the people them- thing.now ^aturda/ the filth ¡nal. J «s beenJJ*ed '* by Chief Íustíco as tha «t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 10 October 1850

to live. Tito heavy dealer, who could lay in a largo stock in advance, could run tho I smaller out of the trade, and thus the lew ! LAWRENCE HOUSE. IN IMANOLA, TEXAS. wealthy merchants could have as proat a rpiin citizens of Western Texas, and tho trn- inonopoly as Harris & Morgan. Hut Iiüw J- vollna public irencrullv. ara raanaaifutlv in- ling public generally, uro respectfully in- stands tho enso now? The poor man with <''u bovo House (formerly oceu- Of. hTd,.d doll.,, cm wi.i. 5SB5^5 £Sitf3iSte«: tho rich man, bccausc he can send his live by Í11: v n v I!. Lan-rea'ce, luto proprietor oi tho hundred to Now Orleans and get his goods Pulinotto House, Gulve.uon, nnd formerly dork in return in twelve and thirteen davs, ur il,l0!¡"i~'*ip Yacht. The Imuso símil bo 1 kept in stylo equal to tiny house la tlio wont, and twico por month, or if you please, twentv four timos a yoar. Nnv, wlnt is tho re- sult? Instead of tho people, tlu yomimirv, having to depend entirely upon it lew ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 10 October 1850

y* • ► *% MOFFAT'S PUb «■* Ptoaix Bitten. bran baftifw th pub* «ttlgli Mit of th* |M* for th.ir «trmor- " iw#f of restoring parfsot under gtiHy «ry klad í tiaU TB0D8AHD8 k««« N«r* r ca ¿ very v rr>ofan untlmalyrav , aoatruini oí the d«v had at. to many thouianda they hava (bat uniform •qjoymaat of Haolf lo b«l a partial •fleaey iova* ladead, baa thalr ■a great, indeed, tafaUWy « M,tliat it haa appwi ua thaa mlraculoua to thaaa who were (he beaaliAiUy philoenphioal pria- h they are compounded, and unoa laeqaeatly art. U wea to their action in purifyln| the «pringa Ufo. and enduing them with re. Tige*. that they were indebted for the hoot of aarnlewaa quaekerlea whleh of vegetable ingrediente, the LIFK MKDI* irely and eoleljr vegeleUe J and eon. timo , r AlM- y other mineral, in auy fomi whatever. \y are entirely oempoeed of exímete from rara " ' ' le, the virtnee of which, though iral ladiaa tiibaa, and raeently ieal chainiats, are alto- C to asme eminent «harwaoentiaal cheinleta,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 24 October 1850

//¿ ¿ // -p .y s ' 'iím>': "- '■ •1 >rr^SB/uW Vol. 5. 1'UliLISIIKD VVUCitlA BV JOU.\ I>. LOC.llV WD THOMAS STIJRIVE, AT §U I* -5 > VAM:i;, IV XIX 1IO.MIIS, OH 95 AT THE END OF THE VEAkT VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1850. BY AUTHORITY. Public Act* Passed during the first session of the Thirty-first Cungre.it. | Pl'IlUe—No. 32.] AN ACT granting tho right of way, and mak- ing u gram of land to this State of lflluuu, Mississippi mid Alabama, in aid of tlio con- struullou of a railroad Irotu Chicago to Mo- bil . lie it enacted by the Senate anil Ilou e of Re- presentative! of the United .States of America, in Congress assembled, That the right of way lliro' thu public lands bo, mid the tmmo is hereby, granted to thu Statu of Illiuuig for tho construc- tion of u railroad from thu southern terminus ol thu Illinois uud ¡Michigan canal to a point nt or nour thu function of thu Ohio and Mississippi iigan canal to a pc thu Ohio and At rivers, with a brunch of the same to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 24 October 1850

S7 , otate* fe; í «.1(1 ■ the Cauri Howe TEXAS: ÍO,OOT'R.S4. *n, Esq.. of Indiauola, ur thank* for «opio of Delta of the 18th and & bai sccepted the r uf the Port of San su arrested at Phil- i the robbery of the ¡hm&tu 111 in price—8000 balea ■old in New Orleans 13| ISfo. . Tribune of the 4th inst., Representative Jan. i he aaya he hoa aont in i Governor. Mr. Wil Illy opputed to Peorce'a bill ^end windy speeches against meaaure in the Legiala *111 never aj{ain re frtty'of the.vi county, should Jw again of InrfTanol K; urn, of lurfianola, and Cnpt. the ^Pay, will please aocepi nka for late papers. The former fur a New Orleans Crescent of the 17ili inst ■nd the latter for New York papers of 27th and 86th gapterobor. On Saturday last the vole was taken in this county for and against the tei| million bill. Victoria gave 135 votee for the bill, and ten ngainat it. The vote was n'>t taken in any other pre dnct in the county. We regret it. Had there been an election held at the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 24 October 1850

A Sburt l'ulcut Sermon. I shall give you a senium tu-duy, drawn from llio following lost: A lady who before u tub Is not ash mind lu ring or rub; < r on the fl lor ashamed to scrub, And cures not who ealls in to hud ilor laboring «o Industriously, Will malm u wife fur you or inc. My lienrcis—it was ordained by lionvcn —nut by llw dttvil—tliut every man should have ii wife, and every woman be lilust with a husband. In the beginning, (iod mide two ol the grnu Ao/no—nl" (ippusito «ex.— TI j uno ho cloctrilk'd positively, and ilu; otlmr <>no ni't;ntively,Mi that tvheu ilioy Ap- proximated, thefr myntiuul eflect could be produced front one to the other. The how, Ihu why, and the wherefore, no nmrtiil hn#1l',<;1m,"",.v ,ho hands of n bystander yot been able to understand—neither is it liaci'Shfiry that be should, 'l'hu sexes nat- urally (ipproaeh and adhere to each otin r, through some inv tnrious iutlucnce that mils of no solution. Let it suliiee that it is so. Whim the Creat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 24 October 1850

1 SM •T MitifleaMI altor «II ti i IMn|. risbly tud •otreely ' lit t. «ttjátóww MOFFAT'S life Pills and Phanlx Bitters. Thaw Mediciues hsu now bug MNlbl P«Aj power of Nstoriof parte} J >r nearly e eiy kind frame k liable. thousands . they have «n rescued verge of an uBliinely (rave, nostrums of the day had ut> many thoiuanda they hare „„„ that uniform enjoyment of which life iteelf to but a partial •t, indeed, ha their effioaoy Infa- llibly proved, that it ha. appeared miraoaloiu to thoae who wort beautifully philosophical prin- .ti'ieía rnrti.tr; jet andes^eaotlou in purifying theapringa and ohannele of life, and enduing them with re- aewed tona and rigor, that they were iudobtod for tlieir DMM. Unlike the hoot of pemleioue qnackeriea whldi Tfadlente, the LIFE HEDI- e ¡ aud con- . nor Am- lineral.iu auy íorin whatever, mpoeed of extracta from rare the virtuea of which, though lidian triboa, awl recently maeeutical ehemiata, are alto- the ignorant pretenderá ta j and wore never...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 31 October 1850

Vol.. 5. BY AUTHORITY. Public Acts Putted during thejirst session of the Thirty-first Congress. | Ptfni.il'—No. 37.| AN ACT to authorize thu Sucrutnry of tho Triuisury lu permit vessels from tho llrtlisli North Ainoricnn Provino to lnili< mid unludo . nt such piuco in any collection district of the United Stutfia ns lie muy tifinga ito. Be it cuartal by the Senate and IJou e of Re- presentatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury, with the approbation of the President of the United State , provided the latter (hull be satisfied that similar privi>gos are extended to vessels uf the Unitod States in the colonies hereinafter mentioned, is hereby authorized, un- der such regulations ns he may proscribe, to protoct tho rovonuo front fraud, to permit vea sols laden with the producís of Canada, New Hrunswick, Nova Scotia. Newfoundland, and Prince Edward's Inland, or either of them, to i ado or unlade at nuy port or place within ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 31 October 1850

^id<uo<rat4 PS !" i t trick building near the Court limue riCTOKIA, TEXAS: ¡DAY MORNING, OOT'ft. 31. i rpquetted tunny, tint by appoint- , Dr. Ponton and other?, of the Chrit- , will preach in llio Cnuri- i place, commencing «11 Tbiits- 1 day of November, nnd ser* ico utinued daily until the evening «I' *_• i v. Mr. Burleson, of Houston, nnd , Mr. Striblir\g, B'ptiVt Muilnlers, j a two iLiy'a meeting in Ilia Proa liurch in this place, commencing ay next. • turJny Lst, Gvo largo mail bags hero, t lfi« Post'. Hice, turn- ; nt least ten bushels of mail malter, 1 wa forwarded by the Ci.miKihs r Braunyfel stage. Mc sr \pwuns & but ion inform nt they will lyiva their fcrjdgo nt russ tho Guadalupe, nt thin pluui?,roiidy lor crossing teams, Irnv. in a few week" fr¡ m this time ' — - 1 Ills cat tun still con clors, , B ton shy 8? ifis1 «ver raised. 11 j wjjl ye than n bale to tho ncrp, not- wilhetiMidiug tho b.u:kwan! sprj^íy. tho Into ¿continued drought', nnd high ^liids, which de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 31 October 1850

Jenny iiiutl s reo jition ¡11 IJistnii was V\ 11 li i 11 a ¡irriud ufiltiriv yours, Iter puck- nearly us cniliuoiuvtiM us in Now York, rl >I|'IIS I'"*'" crown jrrown Iriuu UK) lu though tho iiow:'|j ipors there In ,in;r inoro "tul her oemm stmmshi|M trnm modest, they do not lav on tho '«fluttorinff ¿„f?,UÜ° íü,w I),,rlhl:n- U !'Ht . . . " l)L •"rgotti.-n, in cotiiicctKni with tins, thut unction «I repertorml praise quito so thick. u|||1()llg|, t0 Amone,im Muu the honor of Tho special train lroin l'all Itivcr isrriv- i lirst ii:tvig itinjj tho ocean liv stenm, \ct t il olioiit 10 o'clock on Thursday itiortiin¿r. j tIvy relinquish the iiiiiu t'uld of enterprise in tho midst "I 11 droii' hii)or ruin. A crowd to oiii'itwk 111 iro lurg.-'lv int 1111 're lucrative ilU'eslnieiiis in sailniij !-hi|is, and, alter a lapse ol near thirty s oars, they u(íh¡h launch I'irih on the billowy lido of competition, find, iu less than six \ ears, are enabled, by their success, to silence tho roar of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 31 October 1850

Vi V MOFI'ATS life Pilis and Plurnix Bifítfrs. THcm M<h1íc¡dmi have uuw bi'eu hafor ili pub* a for > fnoi of JTFTEES YEARS. «..<1 ■ring thai Ume have maintained a Tilgh character l almost Mwy part oí th glob* for Iheir exiruor- r aud immediate power of restoring perfect i lo mmou* suffering under nearly every Uad mm to which the human frame is liable. IN BANT THOUSANDS (f certificated iuataucM, they have even rescued «libren ftom tlic very verge of an unllmoly grave, •Iter all the deceptive nostrums of the day had ut. tcHy failed ¡ and to many thoinand* tliey have permanently accured that uniform enjoyment of Krallhi without which life ll* lf If but a partial "' " 80 gnat! Indood, liae their elucaoy inva- I infallibly proved, that it haa appeared Iy leía than mirueuleua to those who wera uted with the beautifully philnsuphioal prln- 1 «pon whloh they are eotnpounded, and upon h they consequently act. It was to their manifeet and seuslble action iu purifying the spriuga and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 7 November 1850

QLtmaw -<* ■ mm Vol. 5. 1>I ULIS1IKU WEEKLY BV J OH IV U. I-OGAM AND THOMAS Sl'EKNE, AT «9 IN ADVANCE. «4 IN SIX MONTHS, OR «8 AT THE END OF TUB YBAttT VIcfoRlX, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FÓV¿MBER 7^185oT No. 38. BY AUTHORITY. Public Acts Passed daring the ft rsi session of the Thirty-fust Cangrena. | Püutli'—No. 42. | AN ACT to establish certain Tost Roads ill the United States. J2e it enacted by the Senate and llowe of Re- presentative* of the United States of ¿1 infrien, in Congren assembled, That the following Post Roads be, and ills «tuno aro lierohy, established in the Status and Territories as 111.1 realtor ex- pressed, viz: maim:. From Buck field, via Kast Sumer, Hartford, and Canton Mills, to Canton. From lluckfinld, via Sumner, to West Sumner. From Bangor, via Herman, South Levant, Ex- eter, WeBt Garland, north easterly purls of Dex- ter, Sangervillo, Guilford, Abbott, and Munson, to Moose Head l.ako. From North Anson village, Somerset county, via Mast Anson, and East New Vin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 7 November 1850

67"!: i Peor i 4, vi FaraMugl " Fair in w, e, Mneoaib, Argylo, und Curtunge, ,0FrM*RÍ«k JWind, vi Genessco nud 'W ' Keithsburg, New tu Rock Inland. Camden mills. Burns. Sohuyler county, Grove, to Ado- county, to Now Franklin. viaFnrmington, Fair- Carilngc, Chili, Houston, Elm Urovc, I lyn. to Doddsvillc, 9c From Hocton, via Wiscon-un. Adama county, via Qrovc, Huntsvillennd Brook- Schuv lor county. Laotia, to Monroe, rom Lancaster landing, Peoria county From Breekoii ridge's mill, Cniwlord county, to Eminence. Pr<im ChilliteelMwus to Horncrsville. From Union I Moselle furnace, f rank* lin county. Springhill, Auborry Grove, and From via E li' ■ vii timber,Brunswick, Furmington,French creek, Elmore, Littletonville, Victoria, Wat- nut Grove, Bishop Hill, and Red Oik, to Cambridge, Henry county. From Pekín, via Spring Bay, Putridgo creek, and CpW creek, toTacon. From Lacon, via Steuben, Lawn Ridge, and Wyoming, to Toulon, in Sturk county. From Lacon, via Shaw's Point, und Ro- berts' P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 7 November 1850

for the office. No mutter. Tile Governor rem ivc linn o.,ck 10 lite pi c • t at , r , n ton* no intorest-—iho Commissioners "the which li escupid. |i n i* simún up i h smnllest possible interest " — tho public, "l'l,'',:<i ill'* l-igili el.ru urn • ha- no„e; and "that P«rt of the canity d!Í"h kiVwrf, really mterestod," have given litem their „nd restores or in tint iins iho cu stody. approval ]) Bides, your correspondent is delibo- ratoly of opinion that nviny of our luws nrc materially defectivo; pcrlmps nono muro no th.ni ¡lie net regulating pilots. Ho is there- lorn mi l ivor of violating tho lusv now, in- dulging tho Impo "'tiial l!io called session of the Legislature will remove the objection- ubio features of tho act." A very convenient code of morality, mnl no doubt well suited to the consciences of '•llnit pari of tho comui inity rmllv inter- ested!" I do not wish to jest « itli n seri- ous subject, Mr. Editor; but if I hid any influence with the people at Indian Point, 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 7 November 1850

:¡y* j km mo MMued , nV(rfu Wy|r. , • natfoin* a/ the day had ut- many Ibawudi they haw ' SKEKai "«a thalr effiooey Inra- that It hu appeared who «vara ta thaaa t JfMhÜT js&s I with tba beautlAdly philosophical pria* I which Ihejr ara compounded, and upou if aoBaaaaantiy act. It waa to their ad sensible action in purifying tha apringa and ehanaale of life, «ad enduing them with re- aawed tooa and vigor, that they were indebted to «Mr Dim . Unlike the hoet of pornicion quacherleo which ingredients, the wsnr lackeriM which LIFB MEDI- stftblo; and eou- n"An* whatever, of exímela from raro virtuoi of which, though Indian tribee, auil recently naceutical chemieta, are alto- i~ to the ignorant pretenderá to ; and wen never before odmluis- fly alBoaoioua a combination. I ia to looeen from the coats of rala tba varloua impurltiea and aettling round them ¡ and to ' lacea which collect in tha liad to produce habitual Costive- a, with all Ita train of avila, or eudden Diarchies with ita im...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 14 November 1850

fate* txiatt Afrwcutt* • / Vol. 5. V ,UJU,I> • WHÍAM ASO TIIOMA8 STBUKB, AT «S IN ADVANCE, «| IN SIX HIO,Vim OK *ff AT IIIK BSD or VIII3 1'ISAB. VICToillA, TEXAS, THURSDAY,'NOVEMHKR 11, 1850. — -Á- o tilt * yu-. i , and to BY AUTHORITY. Public Acts Passed during the,tint session of the Thirty-first Congress. [Puui.i —Ñu. S3.] AN ACT making appropriations fur tho civil and diplomatic expenses of Government fur thu your ending the thirtieth uf Juno, eiglt- turn hundred and filty-onu, und fur other pUr- pOSCll. . lie it enacted liy the Senate and Howe of Re- presentatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the following suiiih be, and hereby ore, appropriated out uf any mo- ney in tho treasury nut othurwiiO appropriated, (or tho objects hereinafter expressed, fur tho fiscal year ending tliu thirtiuth of J uno, isghteen hundred and fifty-one, nninoly: LEGISLATIVE. For compensation and mileago of Senators, members uf thu llousu uf Representatives, and l)e!e¿:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 14 November 1850

■ I deul's garden, curtuge, etc.,*fuur mid five hundred dullurs. aviog the grounds in Lbfuyetti J fonciug the saine, three thou- i; to bo expanded undor tho di- of the President of tho United onaution of four assist nts, Bra w i tt' the Potomac bridge, including ps und machinery, firewood, ni|d , fivo thousand dallam: l'i'otultil, allowance to the two uiwhtitinis .j kocpinglhe southern draw of ehall bo two dollars |>cr day. Jilting Pennsylvania avenue froin _ auttro to iho Treasury DrtpivrHn«i t, n«icompensation ol two iomp-lighiors for th&aam , and Ibr lighting the capítol and UpW ground* and President's liouae, eluv- enrfliauennd dollar I'or i m lofirih uiiii trr.iMiry iiuiok, twenty thxtiitaiid dollar . i'or supply of floiwiiuiuM in the fund for Iho ri liul nl uir.k mnuion, including tli< furniuhiiig of livo new marino hospitul* now biiilitinu, vix; I'lidiumh, Kentucky ¡ I hicngu, lllinoi ¡ Natch- ez, Mlsshwipiii; Niipokon, Arlia hi ; 81. I,,mi , 'Missouri! two Itumlri ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 14 November 1850

wo lire vot uno country, uno pimplo, <>uu govcruurnt, wo may luuk forward, with tl>c blessing of Providence, 10 a more glorious caroor than any rocorded ill tho long an- nals of history. 1 nm, gentlemen, very respectfully, your obedient servant, LEWIS CASS. Opcilius «r .loíll ñcUttllOgll'8 Will. The lust Will and Testament of tho Into John McDonogh, of the town oi McDoimgh, commonly culled Mclionoghville, in tlie parish ol Orleans, and a suburb of tho city, who departed tlrs lil'o on Saturday last, Sidtli inst., ut ~ o'clock, suddenly, aged VJ, was opened and road on Monday, in the presence of a crowded audience, by his honor, Judgo Buchanan, in tho Filth Dis- trict Court. The Will is in tho olographic form, writ- ten by the testator at grout length, filling twenty-four pages of foolscap p iper, close- ly and neatly written Irotn edge to edge, and occupied on hour in reading. It hours date the 29th lJecoitilier, 1838, and is with- out codicil, or any nppondugo whatever; but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 14 November 1850

- —■■■■ 1 MOFFAT'S and Phfleah ys llrer aud r* th* |M* for mr of restoriug andor nearly •< Ml frame í Ii THOUSANDS \ butanes*, (bay have «ven rencusd tha vary wife of an untimely (rare, 'iva noatrama of Ilia dav had ut. to many thousands they hava _«d that uniform enjoymeut of whieli Ufa itaalf is but a partial k great, ladead, baa their effioaoy ¡uva- infallibly proved, that it hu appeared ■niraouloua to those who «rara beautifully philosophical prin- ara compounded, and upon lly act. It waa to their nation in purifying the apriaga of lib, and enduing them with ra* and vigor, that Ihay wan indebted for boat of pernlctoua quankwriea which labia ingrediente, the I1FI MIDI* i purely and aolalv vegetable i aud con- rely oompoeed of axtruota from rara planta, tha virtnee of which, though to aaveral Indian tribea, and reoenfly rnent pharmaceutical chemiata, ara alle- nown to tha Ignorant pretendere t* enav; and were never before adrainie- happUy efficaoloos a combination. ' operation ...

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