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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 March 1848

I -," ?: r DEMOCRATIC MH&e EGISTER. TJEMtJtXS-mmQS in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end of the year BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1848. VOL. XML NO. 10--WHOLE NO. 637. TELEGRAPH AND TE XAS R - V DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday, Main St.. Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Filty-Two Numbers, .... $3.00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less lo constitute a nquare. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal comma nica-ions will be charged at the same rates as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in adrance. AH Advtrtiements not marked with the ltngth of time desired lor publication, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. O til communications intended for the ...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 March 1848

m jSlv.. we ro continually prowling. around,1 and it was risking their lives to leave thefort' 'r The settlement at the Falls were more exposed than those in the interior, on account of the facilities with t?hich-the Indian could cross and rccrossthc river, and thedifficulties in the way of pursuing them. The sa- vages frequently crossed the river, and after killing some of the settlers, and committing depredations upon property recrossed and escaped. In 1780, Col. G. "Slaughter arrived at the Falls with 150 State troops. ThB inhabitansTvere inspired wflh feelings of security gvhich led them loo frequently to expose themselves with tpo little caution. Their foes wore ever ou the 'watch, and were continually destroying valuable lives. Danger and death crouchod iu every path and lurked behind every three. We give hero some illustrations ofjthe incidents connected with Indian warfare. iIn? March, 1781, seyeral parties entered Jefferson county, and -killed Col. Wm. Linn and Capts. Tipto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 March 1848

rVgffi&JfgF' i wfFw?r J and I 'think I may Bay the hope.-thatthe enemy was on' the house tops. Tho Rangers in tho plaza, iif a moment squads were galloping through every street", bat no enemy was to bo found, and in a few minutes wo had the mortification to learn that the great object of our scach had fled two hours before wo arrived, and had taken the road to Oajaca, with an escort of seven- ty-fivoiuounted men. Tho national flags hung out from j mensed at 6 P.M. aud did not terminate till midnight, the bouses of the Mexicans in every part of tho town, j A hundred and fifty of the people were carried wonn- told that our approach was known iu advance, audit j ded to the hospital, and a great number in like coudi- was with chagnn it was learned Mat the .Mexican, i tion, received succor m private houses. I cannot give wjiose coach and escort was stopped shortly after leav- i the number' of tho dead; but among them is Manga- iug the hacienda, sent by a short route across tho , niui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 March 1848

KT .- RUGS and Medicines A fresh supply is just re- ceived, comprising all. articles required forPhysi-' clans or Planters' use, by jun5 J. D GROESREECK & CO. .. THE COMMERCIAL REVIEW TTlOR the South and West. Subscriptions for XjL? this work willbe received by aue'U. WADE & CRUGER. " ' PAINTS AND OILS. T BBLS. Linseed Oil, 100 kegs white Lead, Liper brig Damascus, jnst received and for ..-He by oct2l ROBERTS & CO. r)URT WINE. Very superior old port wiue, If just received and for Nile by oci 12 VRO BERTS 6c CO. 'ir(i lbs. copperas, 400 lbs Alum, ,. D WL500 lbs. sal epson, 300 lbs sulpher, '' ' 400" Brimbione, just received and for alebv mv-,11 ROBERTS & CO. :4j CHEAP CASH STORE. JUST received, and will be sold low for cash, 100 barrels Irish Potatoes, by J. RIORDAN, dec 21 Main street. ' Doz. Swaini's Panacea, 39"doz.Bailysarssparil3a, 24 doz. Sand's sarsaparilia, 20 lbs. Rad Rhei, ' '30 lbs. Oil ol Almeod, G doz. Balm of Columbia, Just received and for sale by Jnn 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 March 1848

VF& i yr3SJSSw5c:i: , . '"V&TI ! Published Weekly. or S3 at the end oi the year v BY C$$$$m DE AlOCRSrriO 'TELEGRAPcT ,AND rlVd- -iror'ra&te' " ' ' ' Published BY: ,J5PEWJi r?3 '$& "5 pfeT? fipl To Merchants andt0(hers1tildvertis.ninvihe year, a reasonable deditioBvfroiTtheft'ijoVeTatll will be made. . ., $?yh hfc&M&W Steamboat cards. Poliiiiand,TerSbnalconimnl nications will be charged at the same rates as(a& a . rfcrjrji. c ..ce..ate a: A.nauuucciucuia uiwauum4ics tur Uiuutva-iu advance. ?i&gmat . W , Ail Aav-ruementajiotpjiarKea; wun ine ltngtn of time desired forfpBbljca'Uon, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. K3.U commnmcaiions intended for the Tele- graph must be addressed pon-paid to the Editor. LAW ON NEWSPAPERS. L. Subscribers who do not give express notice to (the contrary, are considered wishing to contin- -ae-.tieirsubscription ,. ju - -& S. f f sdbsenbers order the discontinuance of tteir papers, the publisher may...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 March 1848

?Sl'Cr'w lions of dollars, aud it will fall much short oveu of that rum, aud instead of nine millions having been offered for it, we do not behova that any capitalists would risk 100,01)0 for her claims, and tike allihe-chan-ces and expenses attending the recovery. Our sym- pathies aro with Mrs. Gamcsnro this bnsiness.'if bha really has been unjustly keptppt'of her legal rights, bnt wo regret that she, or her friends, ajlovr such' ridiculous stories as the above, to circulate uueontra-drcied."" '- , THE CHRISTIAN MOTHER. fy J . . " Her ovely babes around her rise, Fair scions of a noble stem ! "And deeplyshall herbofo.n pnzo The uieasiujjs- she receives from -them. ,- . Jter .Beauty isvain the-summer bloom To which a transient fate h giveu ; But tier's awaits a lasting doom In the etemalixKvers f heaven." , Of all tho relations .of domestic life, perhaps there is bo'uo more interesting than that which subsistb-botneeu amother and her child. The affection of a father, of a'brother, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 March 1848

'S?? 'V w S V Sf-fKjg! J 4 THE COURSE OF LOVE. The course of true lovo never m"d run smooth said Master Shakspeaire1 several years ago ; aud hi liis day ii was me iruiu. uui we iruin now is, mm ipe course ui uuu juvb iuuju3kauuut ip u uicuacs ituutvll .ri. I..-. - ;... ..1 . -.. : l tir..-yiv- two examples following: The staid aud demure citlzeua of our.itttft&t ,: across' the nver,-JirooKlyn,Jjavo beeii mTgfejpeSiute 1 of.escilemeut for some days past, iu bonlelpieqerf of ! cue ofthosestmn' occurrences Xrh.rfjrTiialtwusbirik- f- limes exclaim, that factis stranger thamfiStiSifOaoJ uftlie wealthiestrtfadractetfaahtoliable me3fll)SLtK j had been appoiutetl.guardian for his neicjg a.rhairp-M i to a very large amount of property, antl?i.&lb:a..ir-' i iui uuu aiauuijineue-u gin. , WPif n j . tThe guardian has Iatel v,at intervals v,fi.d anoiiy ' moos letters, iu different handwriting pitiimiting, in a j delicate trpv.,l!i;it thn isoouer ho dliCllurrred "IroJTl his service a coac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 March 1848

&.& v&Wm'' f ys - -"ff" -jV-r oess -x.-. KOR INVALIDS. Very superior old port "Wiue nndicoenac Brandy, just received and for sale by "jan"19 J D GROESBEECK & CO. VARNISR pi'(? Gallons copal Varnish, tliy 30 " coach varnish, warranted of supe- 1 ior quality, for sale by nor 13 ROBERTS & CO. H. S. & L G. BAGHELDER, . v COMMISSION MeRCHANS, No. 5 Congress Strpet. WE will aliend to ieceiving and forwarding Goods ?o any part of the state. Our charges ai11 be mederaie. Tho-e who entrust s with ttieir business, may rely opon its being attended to. "We trail also attend 10,'buyirrg and selling re- al estate in the city. Being-residents in the town, we flatter ourselves wa can dogusfioe to all par- tie'. We have hi onr employ a man well known in the country, and whopeaks several langua- ges. -i dec lddw lyiC-25 "3 A Hi boxes "Claret, t 0Jli 10 boces Cherries, 20 " Cordials, 20 naif and quarter Pipes, Henisee, Rosse and Dupny Brandy. 29-casks old Monongahela "Whiskey; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 March 1848

RAPH AN REGISTER. V WB&JIES S3 in advance. V -v or $ at the cud of flic year Tit v: "' 'Published Wed ly . D TEXAS nui i mini in in Lgn g l ! I I BY CRITGER & MOORE. , HOUSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1848. V OL. XTII. NO. 13-WHOL.Jb JNU.640. P16SED BV THE SECOND flWS - " $u 1 rtf&tf j LEGISLATURE! , .lafe ESTATE OF T JSC 5m wigSBsaP" SWWtf'WlBW St U93T, ik S$fe )loy an exnEessliianjKsimbiGfen. election to JtBeTSgSlCefthenJiiitecI PUBLISHED BY AUTpORITY,, CHAPTER Joint Resolution to emr Sam, Houston of his States Congress." a J - tMft& Section 1. Be Unresolved bu tlie "Legislature of thaJState,-of Texas, That the Governor, of this State be -authorised andfre- quested to employ someperson, without delay,,, to notify Hon. am Houston of his. eleetiop to the Senate ofthetjnited States, arid that an appropriation'be made-out'of he contingent fund for that purpose. "" Appisoved, December 16, 1847. snovnthemseles possessed of that true spirit of zealous pa- frfbfismV' in which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 March 1848

v4 J ' ' i" 'Jf-'i - JV VJ a &e $& ff. . yj-t: T? . -..9BOL. b it.1 a f . f te JSiF1 iJmk. HL .- -t---,-'..- i 'SK r iw. b&fi&z-m sa fc W ifCV i'THfe oan -F if SANTA-F TERRrrORV. , atatruKi. - f CoMinTTEE R.OOSI, .March 6tb, 1846 ToMu:ltHon.,J. W. Henderson, Speaker qfiithe House of Rep's : The select committee, to whom was refer- red a resolution in i elation to the territory ly- ;ngleast of the Rio Grande, tid within the Jnnits(ofTexas a bill prohibiting 'the location C9 chCTrns. jioHof the Rio RoxoorRed i riv ur ofthe Nortji: Also a hill creating the coftntv of Wishita, fhave had.ahe saineitmder .coTgTderatibnJ and respectfully submit ,the raflowlnff retort : " Your comraieend qn examination oi-the severalioris. "before thenvfttthe most im- poitantjr;opcjsitidn pre?entejw!their conside- ration, is'thc. simple question involving the right of Teitis to the district of counti y east of the Riotxrandp. Froni the best information ii?furB Vour committee, thev are stronp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 March 1848

"' k"ai -- J iT .- -sis S , &S-&53 r W. . ' . ' Jr, . .: . ' 4 't t t " ? - .' Jf a&fl. ai.-Si Vi i te 7T -EySZSZ. i ii ' pamoyainouut of cultivation, the empoymjsnt.of the """iiF"""" " - - t.-.---iY&r'--":vrf .fame number ofhauck, and of a drier and better jualityt than that of Louisiana. Texas receives a larger shargj of the "trade winds" from being farther west and isouth in the Gulf of Mexico; the "trade winds bmg embo- somed within the region of her Sugar Lauds. N. Y. Mercantile Tiniest Social Feed Jig. Dr. Jarvis,lu his Practical Physi- ology, saysi. " Tho eating hour ii the time to culti- vate the social nature. This harmonize well with the lively flow of spirits that aids theJigeive process. It is tetter, therefore, not to eat alone, nor eveii in si- lence. The SJlemu stillness that reigus over the table of some fam'heA the nnbroken qnietuess which a stem bat mistaken discipline impose upon some children, are at variance with the best interests of the time. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 March 1848

1&- w v. -." l It - ' - 1 r Vfe- W $ V4. 4 r4 tV- A & feW, 4 Jfff&t - l" rt TEXAS AND SEW YORK LINEofPAGKETS t pHfci following vessels -will in iutnre comprise JL, this line of Packets between Galveston and the tityofNewYork " New ship Stephen F. Austin, 500 tons, D N. Moss commander. - Jewship B. F. Milam, 500 tons, F.B. Bolles, commander. .New ship W. B. Travis, 5(10 ton-!. H ria Lowell, capt. J. Bro n, jr. brig Herald, capt. H. M.Allm. The ships B P Milam and W B Travis are now n ihe stocks, and will lake their placps in the dine thoflrmer to leave New York in June and the latter in August next. Un.il these ships aie i elldy, theic places will be applied bv fin lass vssels adapted to the trade. In addition to the .iboveyessels, otheiswill beparchased or built as. tne wants of the trade may require. Messrs. John H. Brower & Co , will continue to bihe established agents in New Yoik, and the vessels will be entirely under their control w hile in hat port. Freights wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 April 1848

H J . r A ! REGISTER. -t" TJ31j?Zi8--3 in advance. Eublishcl Weekly. or $'" at the end o the year by: pyE& & MOOHE.: HOUSTON, THUKSDAY, AP.R1L 6, 1848. VOL. XIII. NO. U WHOLE N0.641. ftTl&F" him pi" jrf r . n ? it&. . Passed by i?ie, Second Legislature of the State of Texas. a-9 .gUBLISHED, BY AUTHORITY. rV A i ?j. CHAPTER 58. An Act to prohibit the Boards of Laud Commkclx County iS this State from issuing cerffficateavSIafni- am wnausuever, umess me applicant or ciainiaiHssnaiMi viously thereto have recervedanditionaleificatei: some competent Board? f v . ? Fsr re ts. om CHAPTER 63. enacteel by, jfte Legislaturt dftheStqte :d Of Lan&CommiWoneri-ibr eaehlToui of uqty SECTION l. JDetf Texas, T.hat the Board in this State "shall have .no soRVfir.-O anV annlicant. exeettfcfri an unconditional certificate, havingprs-viously obtainedu con ditional one (granted duringthe period orimefixed fdr issu-ing-conditionaleertifieates, -and, at least, three years prior to the ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 April 1848

J -" a t i Stir Jir-oui.u nuiN.: rVHEREjis the Hon.uJames,W. Henderson? Speaker of the House bf-Reptesenativesg las, by the prompt and faijthful discbarge of his official duties, as "well asby the stern decision of character which has yp&culiarjy characterized his course as the officer elect- ed to preside over our deliberations, given" general satisfaction, and called.aYound Jiim many and devotedly zealous friends f And vVbereasTve confide in-his ability and inte- grity as our Speaker, from whom we are uowaboutto be separated, and in bis gene- rosity and our friends, Therefore, , Be it unanimously resolved, That we do - Tiereby tender our sincere thanks to him as our ' 1h 2 Speaker and friend, for tfie promptitude and! - .- - emciency wiin vvnicu ue uus prcsiucu uci uui iegislative Councils, and that we will ever look, with unfeigned pleasure upon the time during which, we have with such unity and ."' harmony indulged in social intercourse with' f iira and each other. if' Adopt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 April 1848

r " - 'f"9- - 1&L' X" " j; -sagfrsr sss, I . I , ",i "TJtJlBrVt1,. "R i TOippbKaleb?onco lormea me Tosy, cocoes enSfjarWlttUUl Bu-w v ., '- AHMS'miltaUftH. ine lauiu para un&j) uiu mo on nJlithft-yucunip. Oon expires, -sad auotb-?-errisnpoii'boMmiiis. ' aj'fbis-monumont of the -past,' ia.a sad memorial oC , 4h1ttruth. ,-,.,. ,, - . AltuvasirearEdy the hand cfart, -and repaired no "'-ordinary means forits-constractron. -Yet by whom or wlien,nch"rcriic1er tells. It-must snfSco for as. then, that thbliilaers fth"u pyramid, are Dot thf present occnpanEroftbe tod. They sleep in the oniferaee of lhoir.,u1ty- D,d shi e5i)irn-AS Bakyieu, Sodom, and Gomorrahj-accuEsed-fcyGod for the inituittiesofher peopleor, Hfce.Jtherjroud dies of the East, wis she casSSawnifthe all desolating aud-w-itherinjr baud of time"! "We Might, pause, -but bo voice we uld coiae to Ucll the sat tale .of hef catastrophe:! Indeed, this seems to be an directed land. In 1519, Certezjianded oa theso shorcs.aud com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 April 1848

-3Ri ST'" JTh---T-4f. X.t Jrr?'r'r -tf-f" FS?t!C:jj J R r. 1 Gross Moffatt'o Pills, 00 oz. Quinine, 6 dor Phoenix Bitters, J501bsRheubarb, I bbl castor oil. 100 " cloves. 1 ross -Sands Sarsaparilla, 175"lbs calomel, 4 doz Wistar's Balsam of Wild cherry,'" 50Jh3 bine Mass, 175 lbs"catnphqrl 50 1' opium, 100. -" carb. amcnia Just received and for sale by my U, ROBERTS CO 3 ,.K" kegs nails, assorted, ' , S Jv 100 reams straw cap paper,t .- J os " " mediums'- " Bf 15 boxes Collin's Axes, - , 30 " 10 X 12 glass. ' 3- 30 " 8 X 10 " '' may 12 Received and for sale by J D GROESBEECK. :s" BOTANIC MEDICINES. " TUST received, a supply of fresh Thompsonian 9 "J Medicines, such as v Composition, Lobelia seed, ,. Cayenne, Poplar Bark, J , "Spiced Bitters, Black Root, .Number Six, Raspberry Leaves, Scull cap, Third preparation, Cholera Syrup, Hot Bitten., &c &c, And for sale by inly 24 J. D. GROESBEECK &. Co. SUPWOirTimsiieTrKewaTkuTwith Harness, just received and for sale by Jan u PAR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 April 1848

- - - i. v4. ' j-vj. hlKC OPEUJfIS 3 "i advance. Published WeeUy. or 3 at the end ol the year '4 4 B CRUGER & MOORE. - uws - Passed by live Second Legislature of tlie Slate of Texas. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, APRIL 13 1848. V OL. XIII. NO. 15--WHOLE NO. 642. t. i PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY J ; Js. . '". CHAPTER 98. " r . , , n. An Act to organize County Courts. t Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature ofJJie State of "Texas, That tliere shall be in each county of this State an in ferior Court, to be styled "The County Court" which shall be v composed of one Chief Justice. sec 2. That the said Court shall have thepower to take the Probate of Wills, to appoint guardians, to grant letters tes tamentary, and ofadmlnistration, to settle the accounts of ex ecutors, administrators and guardians, to transact all business -appertaining to the estates of deceased persons, minors, idiots, lunatics, and persons non compos mentis, and the settlement, partition and distribution of such estates; whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 April 1848

f tx -M lit 5 .rt 'D -i-- . cution by information or indictment, in t the District Court, ancLon -conviction .'shall be finedjn a sum not less-than . twenty nor morevthan one hundred dol- iars, ore,impnsonea ior nouuuieuiuuii one month, af the?3iscretion of the jury p, frying the caseJ , S Sec. 20. Be f4 further enacted, .That "in all cases vhere a county is not or- ganized, and j.here is no officer in-lhe : . -'same authorized by law to organize "wsuch county, the Chief Justice of the ;? I, -Incarest county, whichis organized, may j r-r. s order elections for county oflicersin any c-:.iVsuca disorganized county, and appoint "ks" ihe presiding officers and managers and .sfiK, X51erks of election as prescribed by law i-"v'sin other.cases. bEc. 27. Bczi furtiicr enacted, In at : if from any causeihere should be a va- cancy in the office of Chief Justice of any ccunt', a majority of theCommis- sioners of the Count Court shall order -(a new election to fill such vacancy, to lihc, conduc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 April 1848

TT:gpTJpl?J55?'5pFr7T ' r 05---;-as- z "' - 'l'exas' are extended over that section, they will be as free as the " hclp'".in the northern States. .The Magnetic Telegraph is now in full ope- ration between Mobile and New Orleans. The distance between these two cities by this line is about 180 miles. Saxta Ansa. This crafty Mexican, it is said, has taken advantage of the armistice, which prevents the American forces in Mexico from resuming hostilities at present, and hav. ing raised a large force, was, at the last ac- count, marching towards Queretaro, with the intention to depose the President Peila y Pefia, or compelling him to ratify such a treaty as Santa Anna may dictate. It would be a queer joke if Santa Anna deposes the present gov- ernment, just before our Commissioners reach Mexico, and himself Conclude a treaty of peace. There would be one advantage in concluding a treaty with him instead of Pefia y Pefii : the latter would probablj- be deprived of the power to fulfil its st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 April 1848

!S5SSS!v?f---i?-' --'& ' "?" . -4sEP"c,,ttS!t"-5' sr--'- s s$ t jtfa.t 1 Gross MoffaUPilis, 200 ca. Quinine, 6 doz Phoenix Bitlers, 150 lbs Rheubarb, I bbl castor oil, 100 " cloves, 1 grasslands' Sarsaparilla, 175 lbs calomel, . 4doz?7istar'sBalsajuof-WiIdhe1'rrjJ . . , 50 lbs bine Mass, 175 lbs camphor, - .T 50. "opium, 100 " carb.amonia Just received and for sale by my 11 ROBERTS tf- CO JZLf kegsjjajjs, aboned, JJ10Q reams straw cap paper, t , ,-', ' . .05 " " medium " ., j'r lb boxes Collin's Axes, " " --, 30 " 10 X T2 glass, jf - ui (?20- i( gx ,0 -may 12 Received and for saleby , J D GROESBEECK. .f '" m BOTAJSHC MEDICINES. " 'tiC'-w-TTorn j i,, nf fr,H M'hiimnsnninn '1 Medicine such as -"'' Ccmcosition. 1 .1 "" '-'cui aouj.jj . ... r Lobelia sped, Poplar'Sark, Black.Root,. Raspberry Leaves, Third preparation, Hot Bitlers, &c &c Cayenne, 'Spiced-Bitters, .Number Six, Scull cap, Cholera Syrup, - And for sale by iulv24 J. . GROESBEECK & Co. ' c- A SUPERIOR Finished...

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