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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 28 November 1850

e*iatt. SUtoocaU* * ■ Vol. 5. PUJILISIIF.D H GKULV ItV JOHN l>. LOGAN AND THOMAS STEIINE, AT t ii IN ADVANCE, g4 IN SIX HÜAIUS, OH gS AT THE END OF THE YEAIt. VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1850. BY AUTHORITY. INihlic Acttt Patted during thr first session of the Thirty-first Congress. | Prill.ic—No. 4<1.1 AN ACT to croato additional collodion dis- tricts in Culi turnia, und to chungo the misting district therein, nnd to modify the existing collection districts in the United States. lie it enacted by the Senate and Howe of lie- presenta tires nf the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That there «hull be in the State oi' Culilornia cix collection «liatricts, to wit: Sun Francisco, Moiiliuuy, San Diego, Su- cranumto, Sonoma, and Sun Joaquin. The dis- trict of Sun Franci eo shall includo all the ter- ritory, bnvs, hurbors, rivera and shores embraced within tiio counties of San Francisco, Santa Clara, Contra Costa, Marin, Mondoeino, and Trinidad; and u collect...

Publication Title: Texian Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 28 November 1850

X WWPf"1 < (Ac Cbvr< Mi TEXAS: , NOV. 28. far es heard on the Ten Million Bill i 6,TOO 2¿¿0Q from, the ¿land* m vor oraeeeptanec of«r hoot Wi a perodv («ten this torday our citizens to bo abla departure Yet one sena. to be able to etate tliut company, eompoaed entirely i, have purchnaed the atenm- and that alio will, boymw continue in the trade be- and the bay. She left yen- moraine fur the bay, with loveral o' nger*. Wo hope rami give the days of arrival ami t ty. The abolition oi iliu St ate lux wil. be somewhat of a relief toour citizens, is- peciully to thoeeof them who are just open- ing farms, and who huve expended most, il not all tlieir ready mean , in securing homes and preparing for profitable future mentions. 4th. Texas, free of Stnte taxation, will present a novel spectacle among hersisiers —free from debt and free from luxation The fiict will be carried on the wing o the wind to every portion of the Union, and cause thousands upon thousands to seek a home in tkla ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 28 November 1850

t'ír-j mm Emigration.—Wu have conversed with Ou the iu«ruing but one after the Newl raff lire ¡TMffcTW ffefFifFifTna aevernl intelligent traveling gentlemen from York eloctlon wna over the N. V. Cuurier' UilUa \IJ ISUUtJO11 other Stutes, limiting at the country, and anil Enquirer, which had supported the'Cj GOLDMAN hue just opened in hi* new they all unite in saving that, throughout ticket of the Sewardites, came nut with an ^•J'fick store^ house, very choice lot of the Southern Slate , there I* a general «pi- article in which it ridiculed the idea of dis- rit of eniipr-itiiin to Texas. In the «lave union, and declares that there is no danger holding Stales bordering on the non-«lave- of the repeal of the fugitive slave bill—that holding States, it is becoming a matter of in the present stato of pirtiea in Congress, prime necessity. Thi' slave owner knows the repeal "cannot possibly be effected," not at what hour his properly miy be sio- "" * ' len from him and hurried uff by the ab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 28 November 1850
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 5 December 1850

I ¿gtan i Vol. 5. PUBLISHED WEEKJUY By JOnW P. LOOA1K AND THOMAS STERNEi AT #8 ÍN ADVANCE, «4 IN SIX IIIONTIIS, Oft %& AT THE END OF THE TEAS. VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAVÍ'OECEiVfBER 5, 1850.' BY AUTHORITY. Public Acts Patted during the first union nf the Thirty-first Congress. | PuBi,ic—No. 45.] AN ACT milking appropriations for tho nap- port of tho Ariny for tho year ending the thirtieth of Juno, ono thouauud eight hundred and fifty-one. He it enacted by the Senate and House of Re- presentative! of the United Mata of America, in Congress assembled, That tho following sums bo, ana tho sume aro hereby, appropriated out of any money in tho treasury not otherwise appro- priated, for the support of tho army lor tho year ending tho thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-ono. For the pay of tho army, ono million seven hundred and filtv-niiio thousand ei^ht hundred and forty-two dollars: Provided, That tho pay and emoluments of tho superintendent of the United States Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 5 December 1850

> V\N "s *- aeaasaes re public debt will huvo Tho L< gii-lulure < l Ihm Slate enlivened ol Teftnt lu the Suutu Fu country would id legislative action can ¡0 extra ses iuu, at Austin, on Monday, the •utittfy our wounded honor; when th re • thorough" year, knowledge u|t> f{0,IMa organised on that aeeroed lo be a rabid ambition on the part itlamcn, you °M Tuesday, the Governor submit- of Texas politician of «very stamp to hurry mmi. pSm'I1 " . if kW&Xñ • i$¡PíjE. .'/i*: i.. *■ raSpi;®^? "í¿ . f| i m tH* if$ SB > * ' 9®f%"ír :5f fe|i2 -ft ■ IS m i badly prepared to meet, i cure, pardon me (or vug* Br the public interest de- the constitution nor the _ aentiment of the country sanction _ I your labor at the aeat of government be pr'«longed at this time fccyond a ver> " i period after ynu «hull have com- rfc for whioh .von have been ubled; and in thia view the idoea not desire to engage the at- vo ir honorable body with any ^connected with tho grave and queation upon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 5 December 1850

i Ivo luf }r, ¡CID llis l"f let Th IP- l-li . f « i/rm % 1 fi % .<« GOVKBHOK iií LM, OK KISNTUI.'KY, OSi THK AUITATIUN AT TUB NoBTlt ANO THE ¡SoUTII —Governor Hulm, ¡n Iiír mesando tu th. Kentucky Kcgisluture, at the opening ni the session, reform to the "ngiiitations" m the North und the South, nnd says: Tho judgment of iho sound and reflecting portion ol the peoplu nl' nil scetious con- demns, I am sure, the diingoroufi rndic-l doctrinos of both extremes of the Union.— 1 ho people uro not ngitutorN¡ the pmijcc nro not lactiouists. Will thoy not fix the seal ol their disapprobation upoii tli >se who, lor selfish purposes, would fun the fl.mo of discord in thn nation nnd renew nguiu the /ottrltil fire thut threatened to consumo us? Kentucky, 1 um sure, will stand b> the con- stitition and th') laws. No man who loves his country, or values properly her institu- tions, will aid again in bringing about tho 4 All nl 1 I I 4* MS mS n «■. — t - _ - - * * I A ii easily ondersiund ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 5 December 1850

m w rnasf 11 T8 Phoenii Bitten. Won lb* pub- YIAM, and i Tilth eharteUr for ui*ir **U*«. "¿spirts ui. t U.U. km hii re*cu*d of an untimely fr*v*, _ni of th* day bad at- muy thousand* they hart Ibat uniform enjoyment of ..It life iteelf i* but a partial go mat. Indeed, baa their efficacy ¡ara- Infallibly pwed, that It baa appeared • —* —who «rere ■ than mtraeuloue to thoee who wen with the beautifully philoaophlttl prin I which they we compounded, and upon ueutly act It waa to their i action in purifying the tprinfi . j of' Ufe. and enduing them with re- i and vigor, that th*^w«i* indebted for j haat of pernlmona quackeriea which beast of vegetable ingredienU, the LOTS MEDI- onm are purely and eolely vegetable ; aud cua- tain neither nor AnHmnny, nor A fo- nt nor any other nflnernl, iñany lorm whatever. They are entirely componed of extracta from rare and powerful planta, the virtuea of whioh, though bag known la aeveral Indian tribee, and recently to eome eminent pharmaceutical chem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 December 1850

T7 '" '|J|| 'i í^4|i*MÍNH«4M4PlMM>f*9MM^1 *aWtt6iWSS M •«I .-/¡r A, iy<'tté # W^U« b¡.J(¡ ji|p «ütewjgi v. «3aPd atSf'i V, OI,, o. l>UI)M<illi:U tVHKKLV BV JUII!N O. LOUAN AItU THOMAS ülXItXi; AT ijjlS IN AUV VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY BY AUTHORITY. | ••tisú lu r iiuslmnd \vn kiiltul iu bullir,, bni not to lu r Jioir : Provided, tíln i umiiarii«*tJ at tlio ilutu of her npplio-i lion : Provided, further. That Public Al'fS no land warm t i* .- u d undor tin.' provUious oí W ¿urina the lint lenion. of the ThirtySnt 'i,ct *« l!,i,ll "I10". " > !">d ul ll"' U."'- * 4 led iSint< r- to which then ahull ho a pre-emption Iiv'.i i<—no ,j« i | rijrlit, or upon whifh llu re hIi iII bu an urtuul AN act Iimliiiw ilppropiiutioiis for oiu'tiln ] so'ulcrocill ..lid culuvuth.n. «cent with the «011 KoriilicatiouM oi ilic UuiuU Statin, ior tho M, ul J"'11!'r;«atialuetor !) proven year ending the iliirtieth of Juno, one thou- t0 v10 pfwper uind o I lie r, Bund i'i« ;hilitiudr Hi.&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 December 1850

VH is i'X;,. X Sis . •-it,, •¡going of Ibo tame, subject only to *uch ■ idifications and amendments as may bo adopted by the Oovernment of the Unitod Statea; and, finally, this treaty in toroccive ■ liberal construction nt all timen and in nil placea, to the end thnt the said Navajo In- dians shall not be hold responsible for tho conduct of others, and that the Government of the United Statea shall so legisluto and Hl*il to aeoure the permanent prosperity and happiness of aaid Indians. In with whereof, wo, tho undersigned, have signed this troiity, and affixed there- unto our seals, in tho valley of Cheille,this the ninth day of September, in tho your of our Lord one thousand eight huudrud and forty-nine. j. M. Washington, [l. s.J Brevet Lieut. Colonel comminuting. Jambs S. Calhoun, [l. s.J Indian Agent, residing at Santa Fc. Mariano Martinez, his x mark. [l. s.l Head Chief. Clnpitono, his x mark. ft. s.l Sccond Chief. J. L. Collin*. James Conklin. Lorenzo Force. Antonio Sandoval, h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 December 1850

IM illegal or unjust unnuyunuu, should be scru- tho only cuso uf tho kind itiut luis over « r¡u- pulously uvoidod. E\ery cllurt should liu ¡noted in this city; nnd wo bolievo it ¡siul- inndo to cultivutc a frtitornnl feeling. Wo mittod un all hands thnt Galveston wiib should bu u puoplo ol one interest and ono never inoro free from any opidomic than at sentiment, knowing no lueal division, and present." A elinp walking out, eaino ncrosd fid Muse, sitting in tho broiling sun, fishing. "Well, Mo:<e,'' said he, "what in the world tiro you doing there?" "Fiftin!" (fishing.) '•What?" "Fiflin!" "Fishing! Wi ll, what' tho reason you can't talk? What's in your mouth?" «'O iiuiKn but woiitns (worms) for bait!" "Where aro you going?" said Goorgo Sel win to an ncquuintnuco. "To seo n frii'iul." "Well, I'll go with you, for 1 never eaw ono yet." "I think," said Mrs. Partington, getting tip from tho breakfast table, "I will make a tower and go on ti diseursion. 'l'ho bill sivs, if I collect r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 December 1850

MOFFAT'S JP* Lift rills and Phceiili Bitlera. Tim M«dioin«i hiy now Keen before (he pub- Ik aim* Mttjr put of th. (M* for their raimar- tfaanr tai iamedwM power of restoring perfect kooilk to poaoaa mfbriug andar nrarly every kind oí iitmm to wkM the human frtme m liable. m HAJVT THOUSANDS of eertlAeated iaeUncoo, they here' oven reeeued ■o(brora from the very Torno of to untimely grow, oAer oil the iimllw Motranu of iho day had ul- I and to mmiy Ihouoauda they han and that uniform enjoyment of which life ileelf io but a partial (oily 80 groat, indeed, hue their effieaey inva- riably Sad infoilfcly proved, that it hao appeared ooaiooly km than miraeuloua to thoao who won acquainted with the beautifully philosophic*) prin- oiploo open which they are compounded, and upo which tboy ooueequontly act. It wao to their maoifoot and eeuoiblo aoliou in purifying the .pringa aad ohannoh of life, and onduiug litem with re. Beared tone and vigor, that they were indebted for Ditir mm . Unlike Ih...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 January 1851

i Vi V '•¡W H# Yol. 5. PUULISUF.D H EKHLV BV JOHN O. ¿4 I>q¡G4N OI K vnio . By J> E. Carnes, of Uto l 'icksburg (JUiu.) W/i¡¡¡. Tho blood tUut fiowrd at l^xiugion, unil crini- son'il bright Ctiumplum,' . Stream* «till along tho Soíthorn bftlf and by the hikes of Muiuo; ; * * It llowa in veins thut swell ubore Pacific'sguidon . * Build, And throha in Imarts thut'lovo and grieve by durli Atlantic's straud. It binds in one vast brotherhood the trapper of tho West, With men whose cities gluss themselves in Erie's classic breast; And those to whom September brings tho fire- side's soiiul hours, With those who see December's brow enwreath- od with gorgeous flowers! From whore Columbia laughs to greet the smiling western wuve, To where Potomac sighB beside the patriot hero's grave; And from the steaming everglade^ to liman'*. XilLii loTBTy flood The glory of the nation's past thrills through a kindred blood! Whorever Arnold's tale is told it dyos the cheek with shame, . And glows wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 January 1851

'HW, uratÉi^ ■ f -■ -.*,;■ W tím-f.- $ «He «Mmit VICTORIA, TEXAS: THURSDifc MORNING, JAN. 23. WM- «r We •ra authorised ta announco the Han. VoiiftT E. Howard •• a candidato for re-alee. tlan to CongreM frain the Woitorn District, at the cniuing general election iu Auguet next. •aprcnte court. We ere authorised lo announce the Hon. A. 81 LIPSCOMB ee a candidate Tor re-election ea one of tho Aeeooiate Judgra of the Supreme Court at the eneulng election. Thoso person* who Wore members of the Companies commanded by-Captainf J, T. Pries and Ewing Cameron, in 1842, are requested to send in their names to George W. Wright, Esq., of this placo, with as lit- tlo delay as practicable. The last Legis- lature passed an act intonded for tito bene- fit of the members of said compauics, and those desirous of availing themselves of the benefits of the law, can do so by comply- ing with this request. We learn from a friend at La Sullo, that tho break in the wharf at that placo will shortly be npaire...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 January 1851

■ 'mi m* mounted Itis desk, extended both hands to-! And if you, gentlemen, nro nil anxious to wards tho heaven*, and exclaimed at the'possess the portrait of the finished gentle- ' '' ■' - ■' "mannud perfect Senator, is therenuy one moro fit to sit for the picture than tho de- scendant of that distinguished Governor who enjoyed tho doublo honor of having contributed to the first school «and furnished at his own expanse tho first bar* which be- longed to thai Stute of which your Wiuthrop —our Winthrop—i tho actual representa- tive? And if I wish to discorcr a man whoso young imagination wns ripened amongst tho solitary scenes of bidder life, and whose manly judgment was lurmed amidst tho daily and active business of great communities, can you not point out to mo such a man—one whose eloquence is poet- ry held in chains by reason? whoso states- manship is philosophy reduced lo practice? who stands second to none of America's children—I should say superior to rill, if the tall and ven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 January 1851

r, MOFFAT'S Ufe Pito tai Plurals Bitten. _ . JPS JÍKÍlffi' DSAHDf alSa-Es rS'jsñít !^,. with th. WMtifaay ifcByf *} FÜL- -JOSSER •ad ehtaiMh «Í Bfc> M •■•«■¡•■•■JJJ Mw«d ton. «ad *%«. «h t dwy m f™ Ibalr ' Unlilw IIm hart tl pwntaMM . boast of T*(*UbU lagndlanl*, th* ] COTES u* puraly and «olsl* *f* Sí^ííy«OTfiiS.frS'SR whiüw. •w"**- rrSá.TSS£SX I India* tribw, and raoanUjr •atleal chemists, ara alta- _..J pswarftil long known to ssvsral to earn* am Incut phari gathar nnknown to tha Ignorant praUndua to medical aeianoa I and wara never hefora id minis- i happily aflcaciooa a combination. «lion b to looaan from tha eaata of I bowala tha variana impurities and lly settling round tham) and to ' * which eoiltct In tha Othar madi. tarad i atoa or anddan Dlarrhan dan gal*. Thia fact ia wall ragular aaatomMa who «Minina tha la aftar daath i and henea tha THE EMPIRE COMPANY incorporated * tub immlatum tit tuí if ate or new yowc. OXYGENATED BITTERS. tor th* cure of Dyspepsia, General Debi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 January 1851

V 'S/V.A^N ' Vol. 5. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BIT JOHN O. LOGAN AND THOMAS STERNE, AT ft ^ VICTORIA^TEXAS^ ICE, M IN SIX mONTHS, OR «A AT THE END OF THE YEAR. rUARY^3o7T85L f 5T.r ,$j WPmut; w li^iwIwiAi 2JH From the Journal of Commerce. THE AMERICAN FLAG IN 1830. [Inscribed to Daniel Webstcr.J i' kv william ross wallace. "Wc regard the American banner as nlroody severed."—J\"rotii a fbctfon Acwqiaper. It is not severed! No! As soon The sister stars by tempost-wrack Shall be divided in their sky— And darkle into chaos back! No! There it floats, with every hue Undim'd as when it first unfurl'd Against the storm, and proudly throw Defiance to the tyrants world; And still tho awful bird that wheels Amid tho tompest wildly swelling, A-ud calirly hoars the thunder-pouls ' jpJJi''1 his storm-god's misty dwolling—• 'r-' still ho guard from traitor-feet '"u' ' "¡cp of that, standard sheet ' if ""ffV* ''his guard! hand tO&i avai lund! P°uiouTtúe vaFini and t¿¥Triei.. i Where Mario;- fought and W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 January 1851

M&i • % '«Ia fttrnoMtt TEXAS: INO. IAN. DO. c>d to annouuce ill* Hon te for -*lee- District. •' III. Hon- A «•olcetiou ■* of tlia Supremo thanks lo the Hon. V. E. copy of th« Putem Office 1840-T5a_ I hn* again laüoá, papen from that city just receiving I supply df Dri ■;■■■■ ,•< citablish own mule*. horw*, 0*011, beevc* mid ! • *•, and make hi* own milk nnd h'U< ft The farmer* of Kentucky, Ohio and Ten- nessee. have all gol -rich by II ¡«ir on the production of their #rms, and selling tin surplus. Thia surplus, in nlin wt ever; cupe, i* clenrjnott profit; whilst the South- ern planter, with perhps ton times the annual income, bus fui led lo run lian a lor- t ine. The simple reason for this is, Hint , out of his annual income there is n very from New 'rug** Mfdi- timiery, 8cliool and M s her with a fhrleii foncy* aiiicles. has medicine eudngli to physic all crea- ■ml the "rest ol mankind." lay night lust nn attempt wns oiling house of Mr. V: Johnson, but-the Incendiary f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 January 1851

|>r- • % Louis Puimfpk's Speculations.—Some curious developments have buen mude ill nn English case of bankruptcy, involving (he lute King Louis Philippu. If nil tha sworn stutumsnis of the bankrupt firm be true, Louis Philippe, instead ol reconciling himself to his destiuy, was engaged in po- litical intrigues, veiled under tho disguiso of commcruitil speculation, to repair his own fortunes and gat back upon the French throne. The Hrm with' which this political history is connected did a "commission bu- siness." It consisted nt first of a man tintnad L'ikcm:m mid Gen. Itunignv, ono of the aides da camp of Lo:iis Philippe.— Their object was simulated to be a medium of communication with the French Royal- ist*—to receive consignments from French manufacturers, and advance money to such us were favorable to the exited royal fami- ly, and to conciliate the sympathy and aid of others. Another of its politico commer- cial objects was to negotiate for a loan of £800,000 sterling from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 January 1851

"CT> BIMen. ■ ■■Anl ítfSS ir inva- hu amwtred cm who war# F«- "i'Jv -' Mtwi "■ ffirraf lion of (he muooua JCKSii local infUmin U thaM who wen • philosophical prill* i an compounded, and upon act. It tu to their in purifying the springs and enduing them with re- I vigor that tiiey wera indebted for ilcious quaokeriee which to, the LOW MEDI- t ¡ aiid eo*. ,nof Ane- i, in auy form whatever, mpoeed of extracte from rare the virtuaa of which, though I Indian tribea, ami recently pharmaeaatioal chemiiU, an alto to lb* ignorant pretendere ta and wara never before adminia* a oonibiuation. from the coate of impuritiea and «am} and to - collect in the uf the email Inteetinee. Other medi- partially cieauea these, and leavo euoh —«e behind to produce habitual CceUve- lie train of evils, or eudden Diarrhea imminent danger*. Thia fact la well all regalar anatomists who examine tlie ' and henee the preiu- ■ -«s|fc ie to i and. by llila lealthful action of the regularity of tha . which take* i t...

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