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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 13 March 1851

Vol. 5. D OF THE YEA PUBLISHED WEEKLY UV JOHN i>. LOGAN A.\D TtlOM.lS STEKNÉ, AT §3 iIaDVANCE, $1 IN SIX ITfiO.VMIS, OU «¡S AT THE eÜ VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1851. PROPOSALS POR CARRYING THE «AIL. Extract from the act of Congress of third March, 1645. Section 18. "And be it further enacted, That it «hull be tliu duty of tlio Postmaster (ioneral, in nil future lotting! of coutructa fur the transportation ul' the mall, to let the sanio, In every cute, to the loweat bidder tendering sufficient guáranteos for faithful performance, without other refer- ence to Iho uiodo of audi transportation than insy bo necessary to provide for the due celerity, certainty, and security of auch transportation ¡ nor ahall any now contractor hereafter bu re- quired to purchase out, or take at a valuation, the atock or vohiolc of any previous contractor for thetsiime route." ft^JBiddero will be oareful to road tho forms idinstruetiona'ap|>ond«d to this advertisement. losáis, 'it, alfre- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 13 March 1851

ksV"" -fc v 'V '• " " v ' k ;•* •' ;■„' ' ' ■ Sí .-]'•1 '■ fl ZXXslSBlS^fs •.rim-. *w*mm .. >,-;^¿ VM i m MARCIl 18. UfWI nnounce the Hou. Bf re-olcc I District, 4it ( next. - ;H«i- uniy, ns o can- •t «lection, tp fc- I District of • United Stato . Court. nounco the Hun. A. lidste for re-eloetion as udgcs of the Supreme •Uctutn. 1 loanuonnce tlir Hon. JAS. I m • candidate for election na ono of WWW I 11 ' 1 ; ■ 1st* Judge* of the (Supremo Court, ut election. •f General Lunil lee. led to announce Copt. S. Cbos ¡lief Clerk, us a candidate for u:*aionor of the Gciior ! Land ifeJS ■ Mm® a sevwus well was decidedly good and iat Z"it by the enij.ro' "Lifo on llio icofl" ng, the ntldieuec givp the iiion in n long and /nuui* We hopo Judgo/Wright > to get up a largo class. 11° a piflficient in the science of ¡i and every way uuulified for and worthy of (ho patronngo of thl* community. We hope ilio Judgo will favorus with a few moro concerts. The triar of Mr. Willium tí. Gorman, of Goli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 13 March 1851

<1 mm ««i v /- lioíTON, February 15.—Arretí of another Fugitive Slave—Riot, and Rescue of the l^qitive.—Deputy Marsha! Rioiey,and a - «¡«tonta, arrested at Corn Hill Coffeehouse, to-day, one Frederick Wilkius, a negro waiter, on a warrant issued by the U. S. Commissioner, O. T. Curtis, on a complaint that snid Wilkins is a fugitive slave. lie was taken with'nn opposition, and carricd immediately to the Uuited Siutcs Court room. The news uf iho arrest sprond rapidly, and tho court room was speedily filled by a largo crowd of rather excited spectators.— The exatninuliun, however, weut oil' quiet- ly. Soth J. Thomas appeared fur tho claimant, and Messrs. Small, Elias Grey, Coring, and others, for tho defense. From the documents offered by tho claim- ant, it appeared that the accused was the property of John Dobree, Purser in the U. S. Navy, of Virginia, and that he escaped in May, 1800. The deposition was to the effect'that the claimant had soon the pris- himself, "Well, that fellow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 13 March 1851

•ATS Pbcenlx Bitters. now been before th* pub- YEARS, and . Tiiifli character of lli globe for their extruor- • power of roilerlng perfect HB y# L-'iOy.'.:; • «8 uudur nearly every kind liumnn frame la liable. THOUSANDS *, they bare even rescued verge of an untimely grave, j nostrum* of the day had ui- to many Uiouaauda thoy ImvA ired that uniform enjoyment of ivhlch life itaeif in but a partial it i Indeed, baa their eflicaoy iuvu- y proved, that it has appeared miraculous to those who wero I beautifully philosophical pria- ' r are compounded, and upon lly act. It was to their tion In purifyiug the spriugs , and enduing thom witii re. ir, that they wera indebted for pernicious quackeries which solely vegetable ; uud cou- , nor Antimony, uor Alie- nor any other mineral, (u any form wliutever. jy are entirely composed of extracts from rare I powerful plant*, the virtues of which, though I known to aevsrul Indis tribes, aud reoenlly I eminent pharmaceutical chemists, «multo, unknown t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 17 April 1851

H • ■ Vol. 5. -v/AV, /l/>. . H ,v* PVIililSIIRO -V.A- ^ 5*.rs <iLV UV JO I). LOGAS AND THOMAS STERNE, ATJl# ' .1 ADVANCE, «4 IN SIX MONTHS, OR *« AT THE END Of VICTORIA/TEXAS, T5^ljVs:DAYrAHirn, 1351. -vaaAA, BY AUTHORITY. Public Acts Patted during the tecum! tettiun of the Thirty-firit Cmgrtu, [Pvofcic—No. 12,} ■" Alt ACT 16 riducp and mndiiy tho rates of pottage in tho Uniiud Btale , mi.U fot other vurposei. Be it enacted by ll,e Senate and Houte of Hep- rciéntalirti of the United States of America, in Congreu uuembted, That, from tho thirtieth day of Juito, eighteen hundred and filty-oiu;, in lieu of the rates of. postage now established by law, there ahnil be ohnftfod the following retro, to Vritír-For ovury «ingle lettci in roan uteri pi, or . jmpor of any kind upon which information «hull ; oe asked for, or communicntcd in writing, or by "-aigns, eonvovi d in tho mall, for any between ■) wtthin tho United lot exceeding rhri.j thousand mil es, when Upon such letter ennh h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 17 April 1851

system, by Qfn> John D. Wilkin*, of La., bul ha* beon ubiurfunod by hitn becuu*o ho 17.^ l'uilo>J to obtain %r title to the laud he had previumly purchased, (nnd fi r which he paid (he money to Mr. John A. Rogers,) the useof llio colony. The colony will, wevcr, be continued under the manage- of Mr. JS. P. Ourducr, n German of ¡no and much Intelligence. Mr. Wiikiusbss ugw on the way to this ¡y, forty henduf Durham cattle, which deaigned placing on the colony farm.— that be hit* withdrawn from the, colo- V'-tJTl ■lock wil Mr. A. m. jpEMBW IKSBS >h« Suprema Hon, JA 3, one of r« s>V V„*" J *' A colony wn ti.itcdinlhi ci-uniy,6boft We are Indebted tu tho kinkuess of the ten miles above Victoria, on the Fouriorite gentlemanly fieri of the steamer Globe, for file* of Ne'w Orleans papera as late &a the 10th inst. Col. Johnson. It will he soon, by reference to our list of candidate* for office, that wo liivo keen authorized to announce Col. M. T. John- mn a a candidato for Go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 17 April 1851

4- largest oranges. Very lew were gathered up, until uftor dm «torui was over, us it was dangerous to venture uutsido the door while they wero falling. Some that were mea- sured after the thuwer, nnd when their bulk hud considerably diminished by melting, measured ten inches in circumference. A number uf hurscs in our streets were fright- ened and ran away, and hugii, dogs and other animals ran squealing, nnd howling for shelter; and it is a milter of surprise, llrtt/cw or no serious accidents happened, in the midst ot tin- shower ti violent clap of thunder startled every i no with a feel- ing of impending danger, and the nest mi- nute or two the bells were ringing the ulurm of fire; and ío.iii the fire companies wero seen hastening to find where their services wero wanted. Dy this time, however, the hail had caused and was followed by a hea- vy shower of ruin. It was soon found that the lightning had struck the Star Hotel on the Strand, and had set it en fire, but it was extinguish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 17 April 1851

• • hM hi WiíC THE EMPIRE COMPANY fjv.'ojirwuTKD wv tiijs j*£uuiMit'ji£ or rut: hi Aft OF *$W YONJC* OXYGENATED BITTERS. for the cure of Dyspepsia, (intend DeUlity, llaUtaat Costireness, Ar.—In «very di*"it«u nti- ,mg irum imperluut digettisn. or deranged tlom- jm, tliia remedy has uoaii certified tu by Hon. ij. 11. Arnold. Ex-Governor of Itliodo Island ¡ lion. Win. Woodbridge, Ex-Guv, ruor of Mich- igan I Hon. T. J. Mooihoad, Ex-Governor of itenucky i lion. J. S. Simmons, Senator from it. I.; Hon. B.8. Phoip*, Senator from Vermont i ¡Ion. Win. Upham, Senator Irum Vermont; linn. 3. Foot, Senator fiom Vermont; Hon. II. D. Fun* tor, member of Congre** from Pennsylvania ¡ (loll. W. 8. Martin, Wiicnnsin; Oen. A. C. Dodge, !o*tt| C C.Trowbridge, Esq., Detroit) •S. H. Holme*, Eeq., Connecticut ¡ O. W. Jones, E*q., Dubuque; Joseph Hoxic, Now York, nnd nniiy othor* who are living witnesses oí it su- perior effioncv. N. H.—One pcculiur property if the BITTERS Is, thnt it duo* not contain ■ n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 8 May 1851

''✓Ní UN Vol. 0. PllliMSUnD WEEKLY BV JOHN O. LOGAN AND THOMAS SVEKNU, AT V, ICIÜIIIA^'EX A^^THl ■■■' ''J 1 ®Éy i,, :¡,'W Kiwi SMa ifci"' -' i.Viri gM¡ «=-i 14*¡{ ni ¿Í i t 'S f tóííífeíjiítis . wíí ¿SRÍI 'AM . lifiy i BY AUTHORITY. Public Acta Patted during the teeond session of the Thirty-first Congress. [Ptrm.ii'—Nu. 18.J AN ACT nmlwng appropriation* for iho Nnval Sorvico, for tho your «tiding tliu thirtieth of Juno, ono thousand eight hundred and fifty- two. Jle it enacted by llie Senate and House of Rep- resentativa of the United Stales of Jlmericu, in Congress assembled, That tho following uuiiih be, nnd tlicy aro hereby, nppropriutod, to Go paid out of any money in tho Troauury not otherwiao oppropriutod, for tho your ondina iho thirtieth of June, ono thousand ' two. f ADVANCE, «4 IN SIX MONTHS, OH 3 AT Tl 5DAY, MAY &T1851? eight hundred and fifty- 1 ^ For pay of commission, warrant, and potty oflicors and seaman,' including tho engineer corps of tho navy, two millions se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 8 May 1851

\ s •' y<át\ "ySV- m MAY 8. ihaa just returned from a ntleman through m. W' / mm $3fe 11 aaaounee the Hon. i • candidate for re-elee the WMtorn District, at i in August noit. t the Hon. i county, as a con- August election, to re- ngnssionat District of i of tho Unitod States, i announce Gen. Huoii , as a candidate fur Con- i Cangrasslonal District, : election. ouneo H.N. IVma, rosnnt tho Wumorn Toxas in Congress. f# nco the Hon. P. hr re-election for tbo at tho ensuing gon* it ■■Ws to announce the Hon. E. asoria, as candidate foj tho t tho ensulug gon peral eioctiuu Governor. to announoe the Hon. C. i candidate for tbsoflice of Liou- n of Texas, ot the ensuing geno- >1 election in August. " State We *ro"aufl)<maed to announce JAMES W. ALLEN, Esq., as a candidato for the office of 8taU* Spnnlor, from the District coiMposed of (h« countlcs of Victoria, Calhoun, Jackson, Matagorda, Wharton and Colorado. We ars authorised toannounco B. H. D arden, ' Esq., as a candidate for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 8 May 1851

í f V ] I I EXTREME UNCTION, Or Ibe Jockey's Spiritual Advisor. A noted horso-jockey, in Connecticut, who had, by his profound knowledge of herseology, und vnrious arts and sciences, "adjacent thereto," accumulated a consid- erable property, was a great hypocondriac, and exaggerated every slight disorder that attacked him into a dangerous disease.— Sumo of his neighbors were uncharitable enough to assert that his cuiiscicuco mado him tremble at tlio slightest uioru'cc uf death. It is certain, that whenever he wits laid upon his bed uf sickness, lie began straightway to talk of his approaching dis- solution, and bored his friends and neigh- bors with querulous complaints. Once, when sick, un old con federate, who had traveled with him and aided him in despoil- ing tlio Egyptians in every county of the State, called to sue him. This friend com- prehended tlio nature of his compluint at once, and requested the family to allow him j to manage matters in his own way for a of mm® which, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 8 May 1851

J IN I MEN T 1 u •****% . I the I ItuUnea*, Ihqr hart Man rwmwd sasss 2 to many thousand they h *« corad that uniform enjoyment tl which life iUelf ta but • p. , indeed, has their effloaoy I proved, that It haa aKH miraculous to thoae who wan ,je beautifully philosophic*! prin- l they ara compounded, and upon eopaequently act. It waa to tuetf i aenaibie action in purifying the «pringa .Ja of life, and enduing them with ro. i and vigor, that they were indebted fat he hoet of pernletoua qnaeVerlee whl "*l« ingradieuta, the" ~ " U8 7b the Halt, the "We bring «U< THE VOLCANIC OIL FROM MEXICO j the Sore, and Jointed t tidings of great joy!" SARSAPAR1LLA BLOOD PILLS. AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS!!! Hue long buen known topo . within ¡Hull' T|„. c)1Vy „f a|| pi|j[( M\MFACTi nKltS PS'SÉÍK'SSft'iS:!«5* "•••? •' Aitic tor Rheumatism, Htiflncr-s ul Joints or Limb ,ond furall kinds ol Horus, Uiei rs, iiiirna, PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS Philadelphia and Indlancla Line of, rpiIK people uf Western Texan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 15 May 1851

e*tft Vol.. 6. i*WVV> I'lBLISIIMO WEEKLY BY JOHN D. LOUAN AND THOMAS 6TGIINE, AT ^ ^ICTORIATtexas, TH3 IUWW1,IS' OH $8 AT THE END OF THE IS DAY, MAY 15, 185 lT BY AUTHORITY. Public Acts Putted during the second session nf the Thirty-first Congr*#; [Peatio—No, 21.J AN ACT to found a MHilary Aey'tum for tho relief and support of l(fva1Tid slid disabled sol- dier* of the army gf the United States. Be it enacted by the Senate and Houie of Rep- nientatives pf thcJJnited Slufí't of America, in Congreu assembled, TliatuU soldiersoi tho uriny of tho United States, and all soldiors who have been, or may hereaftpr be, of iho army of the Unitod States, whether regulars or volunteers, and who hove contributed, or may hereafter contribute,''According net, to the support of t by created, shall, uncHf'r tlio • restrictions and provisions which to scction suvcu of this tho Military Asylum Ivere- . unttfr tho restrictions ant follow, Iib mombors of tho said usyluhi, with aR*the rights annexed the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 15 May 1851

jte« isf ' morning. MAY Ift. m II J. to announce tbo Hon. candidate for ra-oloo am the Wo*torn Oiitrlet, al 1 election in August next. i to annuuuco tbo Hon. f fiNlM eountjr, a • can- if Aug tut election, to r«- Conzrcaalonal District of «of tbo United State*, to annonnoo Oon. Htraa a* a candidate for Con- rn Consreuional District, l election. i announce U. H. Porrsa. f reeent tbo Western •km in Coagross. * m m announce tbo Hon. P. L next. i enauing gen* ; to announce the Hon. B. mis. M • candidate for tbo l tbo onaulug gen- Col. M. T. go of Gov- eetlon «w<f; /iiii'i i*t l ft are a ■ I ■ . om tbo of Vie, i Wharton i eo JAMES . • the ofiU* of et cónipo<>d of ilboun, Jackson olorado. i announce S. H. Dardck, tr tbo SUte Senate, from I of ihe,eounliea of Ouad lu, Lavaca and Goliad. Court. id to announce the Ilun. A. ae a candidate for ro-election aa Ajssr. Judge of tbo Supreme Wo are antborlaad to annonnee the Hon. JAS. WBBD a* a eandidato for election aa one of the Ai tbo 01 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 15 May 1851

The Projected Iuvaaiou of Cuba. We learn from the New York Commer- cial Advertiser tlmt Mr. Tallmadge, tlio U. S. Marshal, on the morning of the ÍWiT ult. received intelligence that tho stenmboat Cleopatra had been chartered by certain persons and secretly fitted out with arms and ammunition for tho purposo of being employed in an expedition against tho Is- land of Cubn. The Commercial Advertí- sor of the SMth, says He immediately dispatched n messenger to Washington for ipstructions, and a Cabi- net Meeting «ras held, the result of which was that tho Marshal was directed to pro- ceed forthwith to uso all means in liis pow- er to prevent tho sailing of the expedition, I upper part of the castle, which ia at the | For Sale or Kcut. entrance of the town, fell with an awful A HOUSE and Lot situate near tho liridye, ia crash, overwhelming tho o (lieos of the Aus- ,„1'1U town Y'0.tt>r'a* . . .. J "b _ . « " «■ w Terra &o. mado known by applying to tho 3. A. of trian Lloyd's Steam ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 15 May 1851

Bitton. w . resinar* THOUSANDS j«, thsy hat* «Ton reaentd ,j very verge of an untimely grmv , ta deceptive nostrums of the da* had at. d; and to many thouaanda they haya id that nniform enjoyment of bioh life itwlf la but a partial , Indeed, hae their efficacy Inva* / proved, that it hu appeared iniiaenloM to thoao who war* _e beautifully philoeophloal prin- i they an compounded, and upon Mt It was to their in purifying the «pringa and enduing them with re- ; that Utey wen Indebted for I of pernteióua quackeriee which i Ingredieuta, the UR MEDI- >ty and solely vegetable; *ud coa- _ _j entirely competed of estneta from ran and powerful planta, the virtuea of which, though long known to aerara! Indian tribae, and recently te tome eminent pharmaoeutleal chemists, an alte, 'nown la the ignonnt pntendera te nee t and wen never befon adminla- happily elñftaeioua i combination. I operation ie to I ocean from the coste of the etomach and bowela the virion* impuritlea and "* ' " ' anite w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 5 June 1851

7^ ' *' Mí .A /■ '■V^á Vol. 6. PUBLISHED WEEKLY Bi JOHN O. LOGAN ax O THOMAS STERNE, AT «3 VTcT011IX, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1851. VANCE, |4 IN SIX MONTHS, OR |9 AT THE BY AUTHORITY. Treaty with the Hawaiian Islands, DccRMBEn 'JO, 1049. Wheroas a treaty uf friontlsliip, camincrco, and nuvigatiao, Imtween tliu United States of America unci liia Mujnsty tlio King o( the Ha- waiian Isltintlg, wua cunuiudvd mid signed ut Washington, on tho twentieth day of Ducunibor, in the year of our Lord <>no thousand oijjlit hun- dred and forty-nine, tlio original of which Treaty is, word for word, no follows: Tho United States of America and his Majes- ty the King of,the Hawaiian Islands, equally animated with the drsiro of maintaining the rotations of good understanding which have .hitherto •« happily subsisted between their res- pective states, and consolidating tho commercial intercourse between them, have agreed to enter ntto negotiations for tho conclusion of a treaty of friendship, co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 5 June 1851

I ji r" McLcuo «reived quickest ' r i ,lo our POTTIR, V estera $át < . 'jm 'A B*NIi- imy. M Uio un- . 1 i'lh jHimt-E canuif' - " " •' 5 ttBttotliWé Col. ¡VÍ. T "ir.lho officii lif U.iy- gentru! «Uelion o i/ib llon. C. iiflloci ofLil'tl-, r of Tttxas, at the biisuhig geno- . to niinauiifie JAMKB W. candidato for lt> oiflna of ... tha District compound ol Victoria, Csl'.onn, Jackson, ton and Colorado. taannounce 8. II. Dardc.v, i for tlio Statu Suaatu. from >d of ttio coutuios of Uutida- Witt, Lavaca and Goltud. Supreme Court, nwi authorized to annouaeo tlin (ion. A. V LIP8CQMB a a candidato for re-oli ctinn a no of tho Associato Judges of tho Supreme 'ourt at the a.nsuing «lection. We arcauthorized to nnnonncc the Hon. JAS, M it enndldata for election a ono «i' TI George, B ty tu hour* running time. ws haxurd nothing in than twelve month tho average limo.— n in now making trips re- or «M digr , loaded with ■teaiqer Delta, Capt. Gibeon, arriv- ed here on Monday and left on We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 5 June 1851

< TO THE PEOPLE OF TEXA8. tartan age. I have said on mother occaelon, tint the Statu ii bound to pay every dollar which the justly owe ¡ but neither good faith nor the must fastidious conception oí morality, reuuirei her to do more. With thi* declaration of my Kellow-Citiwns !—Two yonr havo pound jtee | had the honor, by a call front my follow- opiniall 01I the iubjocl befaro tj,~ citizons, to preiont a brief __e*po«it,ou _ of _ the ufTeXttg |luvo honored mo with their confidence bv'tlietr uñV ljy j,1Iuui"« ' tho position I now occ py; i'lm „i,ü .i I ru8"rJ " as a concurrence, en their part, i no ciioico thut opinion," vlows and principle* which were to govern mo in the event of my being placed, ' tiality, in the Executive chair. m tlmt opinion having fallen on mo bv the rusult of the Augunt. „Th„ ¿„| „ ¡ b tticertlllllnl0|lt electioni !n 1849, It Locarno nccoMury tlmt of tl.o «„.ount which the Statu doc. justly owe, should furnish lo the poimle of thu fatate, thro | ,ulj thin, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 5 June 1851

¡BfljB ri? 1 í íl «rU** i act. h In purifying ■ „ «¿doing th*m with ro- , tfait Üwy mi iudtbttd fe i whatever. _ I of ««tracto from rara , the virtue of which, though ,J'a« tribe*, and recently atieal ohemleU, nio alto* ignorant pretenden 1 •ra ney*r befare admlal*- > loosen from the coila of virions Impurities and round them; and to " ' collect In tho •otlMiedmune hóhind to produo* habitual Cortl *- i all ila train of ovila, or *udd*n üiarrhoa imminent dan («ra. Thia fact Is well i to all regular anatomist* who examina tho ' * * aad heneo the piejo- men agalnat tho quabk i second efftet of tho lunge, tho IwMlthful action of ' upon the regularity of the blood, which take* ita red of tho livor and lung*, befare being thue puridad by thoin« DAildi cr. Til* by food aomiug from a olean stomach through tho vein*, ronewa every part and triumphantly mount* tlio bunnot g cheek. i in the blooming allowing ara amoug tlie diatreeaii .. It diseases in which the VBGI í UBDI0IH88 aro well know...

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