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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 March 1851

gBSBHBUIJ.il ... I win .. KMkWSSnm IWJJr JOTftgtliJ-UIMJllUWiJWIIWJWUtJMIIIUBIBtnMUiltjaiMJ im tmi hm i ilm miJMiiUUimftJiMBW ltWI'ftl 'J OTTB (tffTl Stflfiri ''''iqnwMwi .235- f$ MERCHANDIZE KEW SXORI3 on Pecan Street ! HAVING jmt received nn entirely new and full stock of Merchandise the un- dersigned would respectfully invito tlio attctilign of ilic clllicns uf Austin nnd vicinity to the same; winch consists of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS: Clothing) Hats and Caps Boats and Shoes Groceries Hard-ware Tin-ware and Wooden ware Sad- dlery and other Articles ' . .Anil Varieties too numctnit to mention j nil which ho uflbrs nt iry low prices for Cush Cotton Hides Peltries Pucnus tec. Austin December. 1850. 10 TIIO. H. JONES. NEW GOOBS direct from New York. TIIP. subscriber takes the liberty of informing his customers nnd thn public gen- crully tlmt ho hov and will hereafter keop u hugo and well selected stock of l Fumy afid Staple Dry Goods lionnets Trimmed nnd Untrimmcd Ready Made Cloth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 March 1851

r" IIP " ' fl " ' IPPIW " l''WWWilip PWJWWJ n lU 4 1 njlULf WjipWhi JUWW nipJ.' SJWjBJ-SIW wi ml iMPWWI5JJ5SiipiW)pipi min iwwp" ww . iiiyn ii iwV'Triaiiiiiiwiii j nnian nmaiTiSmiim iMiMf I I l""l' ju-IIJUJailMJWJ.UUWUMiUawMlllltttt' I $ i 1& if V i 4 .r. 'iVf' TffiMM &AOT5E feW JJ. lARGH 'T' M'E'fcMTsill ' ;K ' " HjasTT?ti?RvT3iCT Making- jfy litvntllH&O "AIIBIMawss- 03fV CKftRljI3& CJ. WKWTftW. .j i jo 'apj - - - -.- -- - - ... IUMfNcw-Waven Connecticut has established himself nt the old stand o a H.' Bennett adjoining Ihc smith shop of D. Walsh on Bols d'Arc street citof'Austln. 2&y JnH. 25 1950 f John F A. JFitZMiinanmiN. t niaiufachtrcr of Carriages Buggies Wagons4 &c.&c ' l Congress Aventio Austin Tex'ns. JWJjfv done promptly neatly substantially and cheaply. & Austin February 10 1831. 25:3m . "i'fvr . " Furniture Wg& Manufactory On JPecftH Street rp lIE'subseriber would respectfully iriforrn the citizens of Austin and f ho sur- X o'andfng c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 March 1851

JjjAjgji'MlB' if' WHUfF iwwWBwff k wrnii 11 " 'P'Wl"JWBWWWWWWWWi :Vgj3gsi. ' ' ' ''ijiiiuiiiP!wwwiawwwiiiai .:: mnL KOtJUffffti J -r yrrr.rr ;t inir ' .;!tthna;j mi aiiT 5??E IWO'-'- - jMKttfe.t j.'B ' "' " J! j(f ' '- ft A TFTw l. JsL . EP i 4 V2138 it VOL. 2. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 22 Ml uk 1-illJ I H"H 3 ' IM- .THE. TEXAS STATE GAZ'K'rTfi r ( (Circulates in every Comity In the State) - PUBLISHED WEEKLY T3Y '' ' CUSHNEY & HAMPTON . Siiitc Printers. ' ' ' Single .' Terms uunibcrs Ten Cunts-. In all rases payment in Advance will be required of Sub- vribi-rs living outdf thi County of Travis or the amount assumed by a res-pon-Mblc resident til the Cliy of Austin or Hie Agent. In tin's particular there will be no respect of persotvior deviation from our terms on any account whatever. ADVERTISING.'-Advertisements will be Insertoit at One Dollar per square of seven lines or less for the fust lnei lion and fifty cenls fbr each conlfntiatlce. 'One half these charges will be made ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 March 1851

RJWP WllW.W MI ..! wwsww BjiiiCnSBBwa ;Jyl WJJI)S T' TEXAS sfflsm U' MARCH 22 338 "WJ? ITTE f 1 I if ! if I F i i r ti -r i ' T i x ' " I ' ' 'I' ' ' f- AUSTIN SAURDY ;jIAKgi 22lai ft torfc w U n. in bb bt at 'wn ! 'ji. tnr w -. - WiWnhntho'rJc(t''o announce Col. John" A. Grkfr as a candidate) for tlio otllcWtfGwtfrVfot" limeriattlng clcojiori lifAKfeturfiiJxt. " Fer LieutoRaMt-GoTcrMer. 1 'i vf- V r-& '' -h-: cg ' '" ' rm. JET-Jambs B SiUwEsqM Comptroller okPuMto .Account W t i An?illnatnr tnJf r.JUl ari...iirtft nit1 J whthAfta had v Tlio follow-in! le?ui?pitqUod to receive the bofldS'td.bissned to the tapToas EpnocrotiOTpui undefithg provisions of Pcarco's bill.$ :V && ' ' J Whoy xeotepcy? ''PuKo VtrncntAvn.V.i i'A''ir.tic. nIl.?Ecni.rinUnr omili. whlittlm twelve nnrioin AIIV tf UlULUilV.VULUU 111. 1JU11UJ Uln Ikl lllULICIlllUf UUIIM x.v -MI-":.!- ' ifi K iil ;T M'nj- J4:1'l f iV '7t T.Tk -4; .. yW "fl . tffi" tji - i i . wrs i " t J T' . i !!ftf iifctifrraHf-Gawritor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 March 1851

Mr"'"i'Jwwfujiiwpiiii m'fmimW ' 'i'W(WMi" ii' j i w "VTTOjy Mi 1 t TEXAS: 8MTEMETTE. 'jl BPmBBpUPWWB)! n niiraniWW imnjmm . eiFrorat California rfT J3y last Monday's mail 'quite u. number oflotters were received in tint city from poisons in California but. noifo of them coiitnin newtf of much general interest. One from a gentleman well ;nuwtt in this city ays: "The time for picking up fortunes in California is past; and to those of my Texas friends who have a home and employment at which they can support themselves I would say 'Stay where you ale ! don't come hero !' " i f The rich discovery on the Pacific coast between Trinidad and Kmmulh rivers was still creating great excitement though muriy believed it a humbug. The accounts dt the productions of the mine's generally were rather discoui aging. ' ' Recent arrivals at New York from the land of gold bring political news of some interest. From a letter uddiessed tot)io New York J):Iily Advertiser tind dated San Francisco January 15 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 March 1851

m mtmmKmmmm wmxfMwmautuiuwjjtaimw st; f I lit m ft 1 & P HBV "Si ttsnBiattauHiittiMi! wmUwMHtiljMMli JtLMWWy 110 . Tif I i 4A .HTEXSiSnsaJITE'-GigETTE.. MARCH '22 oi!ir yjjjmmb. )..' . .t ) I .My.tii- pinrir'FvitE immwWTp; Ji -liU n j' iiii iiAAfe7 .ni' AT AUSTIN JOccadb& Vfm $4i. " ' WMfA. BRO WNWft AppoMWi f JAMES IX ESTESi Appellee. W A'Vfchhortfiriy UiMpuRh nn odtlbtf fdrHlte recovery 6rwAd . lijrmnst Ills vfcn- rfddJWho hiiicnMrekl wlth thoa4cht-of tho vendbr ilo totanlon but whd tiWfinsde defawltin tj payments stipahuoijjh tho cputrnOI and) which wcrq conditions precedent to tho oxecution'of tho conveynnco to tho vendue 2. Although the possession of n vendee who cntors with the nsscnt of thd vendor under u contract h6 lawful; yet' Kvhenovcr hd tflsttfllnns his contract diBtfVowsiMib'titldJundcr.wjiich ho entorcd Or refuses pnymcrtt of the purcliase- tnohejr.ifM.iitinuUUcH. his poscsipn bcconioa tortiouy nnd ho is liable as tres- passer mid subject to bo ousted at the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 March 1851

wmnmmaammBUMununm ggggiJiiPBiUJfe'ii'-'a1 'iwmSmm 1& nm SSSff HHSSfiJijfiS K 1851 ni - 11 ;IT m. i 'J 4- AX' Trimble. W. A... Ohio -181121 ' . ' - u TH"i:fi th Williams John Tennessee 18 1 G-'23 Colonel. it. t The only naval officer ever heretofore ejected tp.thctSenate was the Hoii. Lewitj McLanc who resigned as n midshipman "in 1 802 wuf was a Senator from Delaware from 1827 to 182 A. ' We will only add that Cominodoro Silas Talbot of Now York and Commodore Alexander Gillon of South Carolina both of the Revolu- tionary navy served in the House of Representatives in 179!1-'91. Population of (ho United States. The National Intolligouccr is indebted to the kindness of the Superintendent of the Ueiisus tor the following table of the popu- lation of the United States as near as can" be ascertained at present lrom the certificates of the marshals ; the ratio of jepre sentation and number of Representatives to each Stato which that amount of population will give the fractions left to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 March 1851

sWTO ffCdntnw.AMIwa.1 itinu.iiiiHiwwTiwLiBngMaaaHm KHHOt - i p 19 ' i M It It ft ; i I' 9K ..a i- HJi i IB'J T Vs? lif' ft tlB-v BJf. I I if I- tffi X ill m I m Ii S r TEXAS 8M(M1W ''-' MARCH -28 Weekly pnporpj -?ont ithih thn county vrliorp piiiiusiicu rpu Ilia county nndnot exceeding fifty miles five renin per quarter ; i.vpi. 5i.' .J Z-u j ..vi. .. . . ' -.i 1 inn .... j ill :wu mi en. ion coins nsr nimricr: noi uxcuumiu kinvfi iiTJn-JiewiCiiefaf!ffO'i.w ( " ' ' ' ; Alj8itll -rdducingitho ratcs'of postngd hn3tbocomn ntlaw it hwj5iwirifero8ting-io"Jfnovuls'fnnin features fit VVoreftKit in possession of nil lli'o nmendtiients which have boeti mitclo by; Hid Senate ibnt ltiufn ttio general features of the hill from'thelRnpUblid. Single letters sent to n Distune in the rnited Statesfijot exce&ding 31)00 miles Are to bo charged three ocnttf posing tohbn propaid j for n greater distance-double .that rate. Sent wholly onri part by sea npd to and from ai foreign country n distnrico o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 March 1851

inTiifcMJyffiiii.11 m i linill)i lMl' " I' "IPWIJPH mmmmmmi!miimiirmMmummmm i wiifmin'i Mwnrmi'inniiM "55- .CI ' ' . TEXAS' STATE 'GAZETTE I. f 3 7m ' 'imumww mm"wmww V Collecting; and Land Ascncy TAMPTON STAIT having formed n pnrincrsliip lor the Collecting of II iiiuirn 1 lo h"vu"j " luvitnivin in nu iiinu nriPiaimu wi iVAiin mill (.u uiC IllllifWiug HOntlomitfi: V. I). Miller V.mn.. Atlft'lti Jfiihll I). T.MfMlM r'n 'V..U.iftirtn HIlV. Col Henry W. Cowiiu Charleston S. (J. J. W. HAMPTON City of Austin Austin Dec. 14 1050. D. M. STA1M' Victoiio. !r J. W. Hampton is also Commissioner of Deeds for South Carolina and Tennessee. .. IAWD AJEIVCl?i JOIIiV f M'KEAJV Lockkart Caldwell tieunty Toxas ' HAVING been engaged for the Inst twenty years in Locating Buying and Sidling LANDS in the various counties of Texas has concluded lo devote his WHOLE ATTENTION In the business. From hN c.tenive acquaintance with the people of this State and also of the Stales of Tennessee Alabama and Mississi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 March 1851

HwMMwBMMroMBMBMWMiBHBBgHWWMHnBI IV I w r Igjy ..... ss ' " m TEXASSTAIE Wm: '; IT MARCH; IE' & II is m t m l '.I I i' ' J lA.-iBMPN .ttM&nojA$Pl& '$mUm !T : lt' HlHfl I ml TIlEywnJcrsfcncd liar? entered Into a copartnership tinder the style of Cray A Iluffii'ii. for the sale of DRUBS J1ND MEDICINES. In the citv ol -Austin; flhey have a large nnd Well selected itocit and are prepared to offer 'greater inducements than have ever before been offered in this city. Tlie'lr slock consists In part or the following' articles in addition to a general assortment of .7ITti;tiirieiml PAtpfil MArllplnct' ' ' ' ' ' ' A loci Afdrw Jtoot Alum Ammonia SpliltJ AcMjWuriatte. Acjd Sulphuric Acntic Acid $&! Acid Citric ( Acid Tartaric 'Italian; Cop;fvn Balsam Cinddii liluo Mas? ' Ulack Seed Extractcf Butternut OH of Amber -Extinct orColucy'lh'OII of Lemons compound Oil Bcrirnmot - . i. - - . ntl r T' 't . Farina Foxglove Gum Giinioc Gum- Arabic Giini;Slione Gunv Catechu Ippccac . . Jotli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 March 1851

-fljt- " "' JMMVWMMWMiMBPMMM 'f ' ' .!:; If'-' ;. ruin i VOL. 2. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 29 1851. NO. 32. x r a JLJ THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE (Clrcu'itcs In every County In tho Stale) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY CUSHNEY & HAMPTON Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollnts per Volume cf fifty-two numbers. Single numbers Ten Cents. In nil cascsnayment in advance will be required of Sub- scribers living out of the County of Travis or the amount assumed by a respon- sible resident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will bo no respecf of persons or deviation from our terms on any account whatever. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One DoHar per square of seven lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each continuance. One-half these charges will be made to those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of not more than one square will be inserted for ten dollars per annum. Announcements of Candidates f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 March 1851

PWWWPIWWJ fWESHRI mmttWinihiWu iiftafltiiwihmtlli MARCH 29 J. H rrgm state gazette. IL-PSBRBW8TER Editor:--J. "W. HAMPTON Aucociato Editor. AUSTIN SATURDAY MAIICII 29 165L v- For Governor. Vp.aroynutliorizcd to annotinco Colonel M. T. Johnson as a candidate for Governor nt tho next August cloctlon. ' Wonro authorized to nnnouncd Col. P. llANsunouaii Deli ns n. candidate for reelection to thd Oflleo of Governor1! at the ensuing general election in August. Wo are authorized to nnnounco tlio Hon. E. M. Phase as a candidyjio for tho office of. Governor nt tho next August cleotion. Wo aro authorized to announce Col. John A. Gjikfh ni a candidate for tho oflfoo of Governor ai tho ensuing election in August next. q For Lieutenant-Governor. Wo aro authorized to announce the Hon. Chaiii.es G.Keenan as a candidate fQLicutmant-Governor at the approaching August election yffi aro authorized to announce the Hon. Matthias Ward as a candidate for Licutciiant'Govcrnor nt tho ensuing election in Aug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 March 1851

ssa 1851. m fpfy. n-imi'niiuimirwiyiimiiiMiiniuuWH!imlwmr For the Siato Gazette. Laying tlic Corner-Stone of tho Laml-Offlcc. The Committee of Arrangements submit tlte following programme for the procession at the laying of tho corner-stone of tho Laud-Office on Monday next the 31st instant: The members of Austin Lodge No. 12 and all visiting brethren in ood standing will nsbomblc at Masonic Hall at half-past !) o'clock a. it. and in proper order form and march to tho Hall of Metropolitan .Division and after receiving that body will march down Congress Avenue and halt in front of the Swisher House whore the procession will be formed in the following order: MUSIC. Masonic Fraternity. ' Sons of T o m p a r a n c o . ' Odd Fellows. Principals and Pupils of tho Austin Female Academy. Judges of the Supreme and District Courts and other Civil Officcis. t- Military Officers Citizens and Strangers generally. The procession will form at precisely 10 o'clock and march directly to Capitol Hill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 March 1851

SSSIS-1!SlWBJW':IJ!l'' U fl a M AiiftwtimtmiitkTitem TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. MAEd 29 HUn.-Utt- OPINIONS OF THE SfflPBEMl COURT OF TEXAS. 1 AT mill AUSTIN December Term 1849. JOSEP.II W. GREEN . JOSIAII IIILL. From Harrison County. i J. In nil actions tn rem whore a party comes in nnd answers tlio petition ho renders tlio claim personal nnd tho attachment tuny bo quashed without dis missing tlio suiti . p. ' 'J5.'So' ft' tt n llt'gatod transaction is governed by law it fo.jho du(y of the judge iodcolaro what the law isi it is tho province of tjio jury to decidoMipon tlio faots from tho evidence delivered in court and not upon the supposed .Icnowlcdgo of any ono of them not sworn upon the stand. : ' a.'Whoro it is dent that a motion for n now trial should have been granted br'whajpo a verdict is contrary to the ovidonce this court will reverse the judg- inont and remand tho cause lor n now trial. '-BirscoMn J. delivered the Opinion of the Court. 1 Tins suit was brought by an original att...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 March 1851

I Limiximiwmmmwimmmitmmmm' KSU53- inw r 'i''iiyftiiiBgiiWMi'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii)y HWW.yWjy". " njiftmr3si(SSii!ltei 1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE.'iT ti n & 3 jurisdiction of the Coiutis clearly sustained on cither of these grounds noticed. '' 1 There has been nnother ground presented by the counsel for the plaintiff in error on which he supposes the demurrer ought to have been sustained in the Court below. Ho says the petition is multifa- rious; this is an objection that I have thought can seldom bo sustain- ed and entitled to tlo liberality of construction in its favor.. It savors o much of the technicality of a common court that it must have found its standing in Chancery practice as an interloper from the com- mon law practice. If the petition confines itself to the adjustment of all the equities arising between the par ies however various those equities may be in their origin I know of no sound principles govern-in"- the exercise of Chancery jurisdiction that would restrain the Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 March 1851

ntMnvnoatn 5UiMP r- fcr 7Ww ' " TEXAS; STATE GAZETTE. MAECH 29 v U -w H i I I ifii ' offj jH 9i Dy fast mail wo recoivcdvnIqttqr from Judgo Gnmblo of Snn 'TtitcioLt J'Tho letter is dated the 24th lilt nnd gives quite a glomnjf'pibturo of tho condition of the? country bordering on the Nuecem It sdoms there are n latgo humberof Ihdians down in thp- country committing oil sorts of depredations. A pnrty of thirteen mustnngers cmuo into Fdrt lUurrcll on Saturday the 2$d ult. who staled that they had bcon attacked bv a party df tweniy-nvo inumns on tiio Agua JJtilcc in which attack tne niustaripors' had one man killed and three wounded. Libt. tlriderwood with nineteen Rnwgers had been outpn a scodt whdn ho discovered the trail of a largo body ql Indipns who liad crossed abovo the Rio Frio and had passpd1 down the country on mo west smo ot tne stream uroin tne sign it was supposed the Indians wero from 80 to 1U0 strong. JLiont. Under- wood immediately sent expresses off to convey the infor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 March 1851

RsimmBQnE ippTi'u"ijrl(P7 piVw.u1 J? it i i ii ipm pimiji ihii-i)kiii;ipiii ajiJiT' iipii j 1851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. a -tf PhlLADILPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS Philadelphia and Indianola ine of Ships. mHE people of Western Texas nre informed ll.at a permanent and regular O- fine of Skips ht been established between the city ol Philadelphia nnd In- dianola lexns to run monthly at least and semi-monthly or weeklv as the trade may require. Prom six to ten vessels will be on the line. They are larire and spacious and commanded bv experienced senmpn. iiu ii.i t .r. .i. t. $Z cl?llls ?'.' Te.xas linve ored to them the best market in the Union for all aeii vumi u iimimuieui!. ooois snoes iron castit s nats caps. woolens and assorted merchandize. A fine Held is offered lor emigration from Pennsylvania and the neighboring Slates. ' n V?vi SidP istl'e.aKVnl 0f lhe nLe in Philadelphia. William A. McAdoo (late cil Philadelphia) is the agent ol the Line for Texas and will reside at In- dianola. All cot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 29 March 1851

-i si mss mi'i niiiin jsji u hitu i hum ' iispswi i m mw imw mwwii"""" "111- t --f fe- J; TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. MAECS 29 i 1 . i. icttaan .ftti : MERCHANDIZE &&. 3w ISW-I $rair THE undersigned haVc'cbtprcfJlnto n copartnership under Hie style of Gray A Dufiliii for the Sale of DRUGS AND MEDICINES in ihe citv of AiKlIn. Thev have n InrcrC and WCll Selected SlOClf. nntl nrn nronnnvl In filTur greater inducements than nave ever before been offered In this city. TJ?eir stock cfinttjls In'part of the following nrildcs In n'ddltion to n general assortment of 'rlncurcshnd Patmit Medicines : Alnf.U Arorw1 Root Alum Atnmon)n ffpitlts Acfdl'Mfirlatic rk il5Ci!.'.liU.'.i -.! ic.iisiwu'l''i". uiuu AcelfeVAcid" Foxglovo Aci'NItric1' QumGunlno ' jcidiCltrlo Gum Arabic Acid Tartaric Gum Sliollno lialsum Copaiva Gum Catechu Balsam Canada Ippccac Bluo Mass Ioiiino Ulack Seed Jalap Calcined Afagnoaia Lobelia J Carbonate of Mag. Litharge Calomel Lunar Cauttic Camplior Oil Olive Cream of Tartar ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 5 April 1851

rai IIMM l IMIJ IMa I lj limiJU llliuip """"I. JW . ygjyw ' r Mappijjf .u ? 4 r MV MfUfftfaftMttMHfi : .HTKIXn T!7Ti iliT Hi 1 1 Jlli VOL. 2.- AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 5 1851. NO.' 33. SssS H&fc5iS323C3K3JKBffi . Ky A ilL i -iJ JSS vJ' iJL T II E T E X A S S T ATE (J A Z E T TE (Circulates in every County in the State) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ' - CUSHNEY & HAMPTON " Slsitfe JPrisaturs. SUBSCRIPTION. numbeis Ten Cent's. Terms -Four Dollars per Volume cl htty-two numbers. Single uiodX .. p'WwHEaHi In all cases payment in advance will be required oi'Sub- sxnbeis living out ol'the County of Travis or the amount assumed by a ropon- s-ible resident ol the City ot Austin or too Agent in this particular mere win be no respect of persons or deviation from our terms on any account whatever. AD VEltTlSING. Advertisements will be Inserted at One Dollar pei .square of seven lines or less for the first iiicitionand fifty cents lor each continuance. One-half these charges will be made totho...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 5 April 1851

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Publication Title: Texas State Gazette
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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