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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 July 1841

r t ' 5; (ft rcsi .sii.'i n --jawl uo ijfrzai : fwi-i'TMHi: a" isJ oSle;.' inwsT ylsirw 3B9raHR3-3r - f --4 vibJ - vr til - ai , ...., -i " K i lvJS.A R I V K -. r, ' 01 won hacinn'M larir. rt- .hha- ti& '& ns' I - ' 'wtTrrwJWfiBpa'C; oHt m-i i BY OElffiteRieaKKHKfi. :i?DBLISHEDy .C.ERMO 9 RE. SoraciiPTfoN; per OTiAtoWff numbefe,- - .. , ," C. J'J A 2$ "'.J-nw.: - " . i ; . 13 " - - -i:-j M.JJ'arsingiepaperJ ?"-"""" rjypiwnLbegiven for subscriptions. .. -, - ttSamKS,'. fnsertion, - -r, per square, -. , and subsequent insertion', -" - - . , .Political cards,. eatfM insertion,. 4 '. ? " Announcement of Candidates peranno't, 10 00 400 o) A discount 01 iuwrcenwju-iuoui"t''" .-.. sheriffis,-pn all legal nonces..,, S ivui' -' , v , -""ol.fit"rAhrf rfradvertisinff bv the Quarter can do so on' -the fnllowingi terms- JPeis 4 squares, -with th'e,privilege of ."r t . ' ; 4 eacn weeK, All advertisements sent withoat nptlen mstrnctions will un- less sooner forbid be inserted sis months, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 July 1841

halted for one moment ffa2ed wildlv round snuffed the air laid back their large, earsLtocatch the-yell of their pursuers and utteringga iwild snort, started ''off again at the top of their speetUtovfard theliills. Charles, waiting till thf stagf'was directly- abreast of his positionand. notmore than twenty-yards from him,- raised his "xifle -andfired. He had already, measured with loWnir eves the'widepreading antlers of the noble brute," little" inferior 7n size, to an American moose-deer, AJ".tl.BiAHl thai tt.aa 1.M. wtlnf miilrn . t li A iHniilin' UUU iCIl cuiiuucui iiui uia nwi uiua uiaftciuc pii3 mo own. But whether it was-thathis hand shook from over anxiety, or whether the consciousness that his fair cousin was watching hisproceedings, had anything to do with it, w kno w n& ;yet certain it is,' that the stag, instead of ialliag, ealy fossed.His head disdainfully,- and making a 'higher; boiraduhan usual, pursued his course with unabated speed.? x Kate,- who.Aad watched the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 July 1841

-r v returned toiM His expenses and. sufferings in this in- stance were considerable; andxhjvrecsived no compensa- tion, certainly IhSrefbre, haevinceaVnovvfeuality here. , .fuugc uuiuvi iiuuuig uio aiicuuaue ttnuw ,.- unnecessary, repaired as soon as ,his,health jyonld 'permit, tq,,L1berty, on the Trinity, and .there attended the raeet- ings'of VHe-Committee 'of Vigilance. a their behalf; he -drew np-an address-jo the jieoplejwhich'was greatly ex- tolled by the consultation, andiMrihtedOn handbills by , thefNorder. Judge Burnet bore HisToWnexpenses; and received no compensation: uere, ,iuv, uiotv.wuuu ijj venality, . XJ.iiJ The convention was caNedand metat Washington. Judge Burnet without solicitation or intrigue on his part, was elected the first "President of "the Republic of Texas. We have neither space-nor time to descant upon his un- tiring zeal) devotion, and ability, and his' mainfold suffer- ings in his new and most elevated office. Honest history wjllTecord them; He drew ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 July 1841

ONSTABLE'S SALE. By virtue or an. execution, issued by .Stephen Ricbfirdrono,rf iuMJceiof the peace, in and for thejrj, WBffi5SSKflrara .Jsmed.au thai Jin n3d blot '' ttftttheW,.ft-rf -H3Tin!3M!rtUiiWJiLt!tIiaWft-H6usdaodrmlhecity'orHous'a'. pnruan n insr. iiurr inMniim hi iiuuiil . ..cQHEEHEaD.&CRAWFORDihnvejnstrecciteindditioa to ... lOthdrJbrpeTStock,the.foltow'goo'.Tir:.CoUitt3 fcCo'. ax- es, Kent hammers, hafchelSitniyesandforkibulcher.knivcra-' - 'irsi'6cisBor'.poeitKndpairkriiv';leafJard,-wbJskey,,branav, nicof&i, eaeaT,'EalCflour,,'ea,-jeoap, cacdles,-:pnnts,-.domestics,- silk .m cotton randfcErcbis,.umbrtll:BtockB,-Uuedrill, shoes. afiall 'tqQcacnpiKJiiB,xu)ining,'(C4'(3x,-to wmcn;Uiey.wouia4riYiieiine ai- . ttntiaa- 01 consumers and dealers.1 u ki'i: ;. ;-jJune 15,' wlf GEO.' ALLEN & CO. tn l:,taid'for.CoUon.bv , ulV i 'sit-.ftV.lir -.,- - '4.'A,ft.V?W"r.- -33Y.-jUUg H,WJ-i ui as.- i ' v-Cir4-iJLi--.) m- wm. -"JMDMINISTRATOR'S SALE. By-vutueiflf. an ' order ot ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 July 1841

-r A'- r - sl .Kb. ,. V i -e" ubni ?d .; ratTsiniff sue 'g'-d? 3."'i K'MSBMU&ilirlfci i.if '-15j.1i !!..., ,r ""'': i lao -'ni"ii '? us r j :,- JEiJVfrISW$5 in. advance. 4 Jf". .WtJMV&ISEi &-MOOBE vi " i. 'i?UBLIffHE'DiBYJdKTIGER'& MOORE: SoEscaiyrioM, per 12. xdonths or 53 numbers, -a i g u 36 - i ' a 3 a 13 " - - ." ' t "i 'singlepaper, - - - - - JS-iVfl credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertisiko, 1st insertion, - - per square, " 2d and snbseauent insertion, $5 00 3 00 220 50 SI 00 50 4 00 Political cards, (each Insertion, " Announcement of Candidates per.anno't, 10 00 A discounroflO per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff'son all legalnotices. vporcic flii-mienf adcprtisitipbr the anarter can do so on 'the f .Mowing terms: "Per 4 squares'with the privilege of "changing 2 squares each weeic, iper quarter, jfw; o squares, changing 3 each week, S50; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, AU advertisements sent without written instructions will un- les...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 July 1841

A Bill to be -entitled an act to incorporate a Company to be called the Franco Tcxitwxc-Corpanyfaixdgrant- ing certain privileges tojheydme. ''a -' ' 1 T? Section 1st Be it enacted, byjbe Senate andJHouse of Representatives of the Republicof Texas in Congress assembledrThauJrErHrBasterichB-and PFfd6"Eas- raalXjanJtheirajfpdatesbesaBiJbejflreher formed into a'bdaV corporate, byjaextame and stOle of the Franco . Texienne Ctompany.iand'as uch corapiny, shall have tionsTTor carrying outjtheBjects.orlEeiFasjgciation, as ihfey are hereinafter expressed and .declared." i(-Sec? 231 Be'lt1 further enacted, That the said com-f pahysWlI be bound tq'introduce into'the Republic, and locate TroSri the lands' hereinafter designated, at least eight thousand emjgranls,.'on o'r before the, first ilay of January, 1849, which'sali e'mTgrants'shall be brought in and locat- ed, atthesolejand entire expense of said company, and saideraigrantsstiall lalte the oath of allegiance to the Re- public, and be su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 July 1841

-ji t" ir- '4 f E-althougb'ther-reomerlrHatrfTiaahernridst 0frCTetary'of;Nayrand-Se5e.taTy-tfState.,and condactei flourishing and verdant wm field! and Yarariantgrpvesjof the whole correspondence appertaining to these offices, fruit trees ; this change is owing to the,neglect of the arttff-1 with the assistance of twojclerks. At that time we had. cial irrigation'tojytojch they' o wed thefrsuppotL -Previous tin army of nearly 3000 men in the field, and a larger to the Mexican revolution, the Snaniards of the west were number of officers and seamen in our little Navy than ' r.,. .-.. 2,000.000 acres" irTthe" valley of the San Antonio that wouio-nave oeen suojeciea to irrigation, uui iu. u in- terruptions incident'to; the; revolution,- that resulted in the !5xpulsion'o'r the old'Spaniards. . We believe the present ieltfers of 'Bexar are repairing the "dilapidated aqueducts " that had been so long neglec.ted,-and are preparing to ex- tend the advantages of artificial'irrigation througho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 July 1841

S'P SifiAaiMefiewBfa5itSi-wf by- j iaraiaa.'.jsg.agmaaiaoi-up vni.iiu " . T3Hl' tin 'DITtnl tt T AlrTBCTfcr Henry, I have levied npon anl- StBJJ rignttitie. interest; tod thimfif BBdAlamdrfUefir BRSI5!ra?aHS5S?S3SSS ' wi TueidVfijutf auSWB,C9i&t9uylpkr,wiJisi?iy ofjBc-u ton, withia'the hpurs tosrbyfcYi .2f .aamft ataoue IppraiseSent. ' . i vs -' ' a J8Rttlps"v n rrr JanlS.-:: .V V-jw-tfri-'h w ?c.- -Constable. QHHMD"&CHAWFORDlhive1ntttacfciedI in addition .to jj tharfonpcrnocthiUowingsdqd?xiriCoUint Co'tiax- "ee, Kent hsmmera, hatchet knives and forks, batcher knives! ra- zors, scissors, Docket and pen knives, leaf lard,, -whiskey, brandy, coffee, sugar, fait, .flour, tea, Map, candle, prints, domestics, nik and cotton handkerchiefs, umbre.lai.'itocks, tine drill, shoes of all jdsscripfionslothing, &cd 4c.,to which they would invite ' the at- teaoon'ofconsnmets and dealers. - jv ' JunelS,wlfi .,o2IASJteraidiftrl'Hides by . , --i. i-'" "gJE!)nne:30.wtPU n t.e- a GEO.' ALL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 July 1841

(H w ft M -T , W Mnriwn 'M..1,'t3' J -iras,' v 1 . .iciiitsr7 ar e'tdi airlri fas ,t7b1 ncsi79ll I "i?e? Tr&i&Zpl 3z; 'i23 'ClffaSJasilJ iCi v 'c eisiJ , jujjiiuiS"-"9tf lit UlltiAllVC. ".. Ol .ff't 'y 1i .yfHT f1 nt Tmof ia pTyto -rol r P-UB-L: IS H(ElDl B YirC RUGERc&,-M O O RE V Subscription, -per . 12 months pr 52 numbers, -.u 4c .a iu" ,riM ygirjitTa i 2iP"J'" -' ft n " s ?iJjiii .d ii "a-L-'-- " , -' , single paper, ,,--"- "WNSiendii will bg givefi for subscriptions. ' .Advertising, 1st, -iosertiDn,,,l7r,,T 0 persguarc, " ' " " - 2d ami subsequent insertion, ." - ?ii T " - -. -P'.liilMt .-,! .fcarli insertion. S5. 00. 00 o on 3"Sp1 sum "r50 4'00 ",,. , r Announcement oCandidaies.peranuo,t, 10 00 "Aaisc6unt oil0 per tentWiheuooye rates will be made to sKerials,onlllegaiii'otlcesu"TV'i,si,.V ,' c . r...e. oQirnno r.rirprti'no-'hv-ihe onarter.cau doso on the-f illewing'terna: ' Per 4'squires, with the 'privilege -of changing sssquaresceacn-weeic; per quarier, , .waiv,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 July 1841

A The Literary and Religious Festival at - ' RTITERSVILLe7"FaYBTTE COUNTY". Eiitorvfciht reteeravkV" ' "-r ' "' . -Knowing-the deep interest you have-ever-manifested ra me ataztess 01 icnoxaieagcxiai counecuou iwiia jouna OTOrt&MburjKfjMbhc, Jjake ..pleasure in.furnisbug youTTor paElTcatlpn, a7hort statement in regard to an ex- MninaiJonOhe' students olf Ruteraville College, and a quarterly meeting whichsucceeded ,the examination. I did npt have the'pleaiure of being present Sn the first day oTthexamination, which I much regf eted," as it was on thee'veaingof that'tlay, tha't'the young ladies of the in; sHtation performed a moral drama, which was said by ttiosowbor witnessed rtt, to be,among thei most interesting oftheexercises'of the occasion. ,, " ''With 'the examination .of the students, so far as my ob- serration extended I was going to say I was muchpteas- eEwill eayj was highly delighted. The teachers mahifesled 'every disposition to submit the pupils to the ' mosi rigid's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 July 1841

J 4i QnVB- - .14. - y rr y : &.- ling ia tho turnjalt of battle. jT&ere was Burleson, the hero of a hundred fights,calm and serene as if he were ehargipg a herd of buffalo. There were Douglass, and Land rum, and Woqdlief, and Howard, and Jordan, and a host of other brave men, who had been in many a des- perate fight,' and were anxious to win new laurels in that "bloody field. VBut none were more'brave than the gal- lant McLeodi ille was seen alternately. in every part of the field dashing from rank to Tank, like a meteor glanc ing through the murky. clouds of battle, as heedless of the balls that were flying around him as if it were the mere pattering of rain. It was a glorious day for my country, and proudly did my heart beat as my old eyes glanced" along the lines, and noted the stern undaunted fronts of-so many heroic men,pressing on to victory. All, all, were brave I Even the commissioners who came to treat as peace-makers; caught the spirit of the camp, and were found a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 July 1841

REVIEW OF THE NEW ORLEANS.MARKET ! .wEave1i"a'ri!MtWe tharUetStYittiodt beiW ' ' able (apTOenJffusipcssSlmiMWttfiDi Iighfota'thatin Wuehrlji '"bTJngJeyanJaJhJ Flmtinn f old residents are enjoymg'rural shades," and sea ba1d3 ontheLake Last accongt&jiiyn aboven received yesterdayaysjlheieiafdur and a hslCfitt; atercin',het)uo, and falling. "" " ' " ; CattmgrfipicpXhB European accounts of the 19mtUrirlfc came,lo handT'K'bichre.considieiedivorablein prosper, although leaving heavvjosses'tdlthdse blppera whose cott6n was selling at' the last dates; netting onlyI'taaietJbr ordinary tofair.Jl to jL2'for good to choice. Welaiel'ja.'wtter.demand'ujrtlie.lasi'three days, and almost alj-ft. amaUJotsWeeen;takentety'fuU.P'c?. find our North Alabama factors are no w, willing to ship"ih preference"! to tatanglflie offers made thein for t'ound lists, which Iney -offer at , COTTON-LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION Odmanr,MississipDiBndiL6uisiana, : -i: : r o -.8 Sbdlmgpt Vrrcp !-SCddliiM' F&irhr -is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1841

T fill., j -v iO 2i .4.. r 'l&SJi . Htt$ ttOKLtt J.iJ 'i-il'i'i od; tu IrH - r a fa f -if i atfo tills ., tuBfrolv.-""! 1 ;rr- CuiinjLr ri"l'l 'a Published Weekly. q iBilfc1 - I , !" '- .1 III I. . - . M 2!Ei2J---S5 in advance. I r S? at the end of the jw&ii j- .--- s by;qeuger & MOORE- HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1841. VOL. PUBLISHED B-Y CRUGER & MOORE TERMS. Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - -S5 00 " " G " 26 " - - 3 00 " ' 3 " 13 " - - - 2 20 " " single paper, ------ 50 5j"JVo credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertisino, 1st "insertion, - - per square, SI 00 " -2d and subsequent insci tion, " - - 50 " Political cards, each insertion, 4 00 " Announcement of Candidates peranno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff's, on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the fillowmg terms: Per 4 squares, -with the privilege of cnanging a squares eacn weeic, per quarter, S4U; o ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1841

From the Intelligencer, (Gdlvestori) t The Civilian of Wednesday contains a long and labor- ed articlein answer to one contained in the Telegraphof the week .previous, vindicating thebiracfer of Judged Burnet, in which the Editor commences br'a desireftodo- that gentleman complete ytw.C.HowFfar2stnerJiy ob- tains -in such a declarajionrnaybe inferredrain, the very . nejrtaragnipTfofTjie article. Copying from the Tele- graph he'statesT tnaltfudge-Bumet, while practising law at San Felipe obtained the appellation of "the honest law- yer," and.afier. calImg,fbrijpro6f3 of the fact oChisdiaving btainlhejiaWhe says,LThe Austin Centinel, -which is also jfwarm'supportor 'of Judge Burnet, says that he has been galled a ihog thief,'We are satisfied that he has been named1 as both, as an 'honest lawyer' and a. 'hog thief,' but should'feel very awkward if required to-estab-blisb'either statement." Now the-Civilian is probably well aware that but one man in this Republic has ever called Judge-B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1841

u it ' .. On raotioa of J. M. Uobinson. A committee of three was appointed by the chair, con sisting ot J. M. Kobmson, James iiailey,. and t. Uassiott, to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting. The Committee 'after having retiree! for a short time returned, and made the following Report, which was unanimously received, and the resolutions adopted. The Committee appointed to draft suitable resolutions expressive of the sense of the merchants of Houston, in relation to the cotton of this year's growth, brought to our market in the month of July," wishing to promote and en- courage such praiseworthy exertions on the part of the Planters, would respectfully propose to thisjneeting a suitable present to Maj. T. S. Howard, of Washington County, the gentleman who brought the first cotton of this year's growth to this citv. Be it therefore Resolved, -That we present to Maj. T. S. Howard, a Silver Cup, with suitable inscriptions, as a token of our regard for his exertions....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 August 1841

t JS. - r ' w 'A "Z ' 37 To53 , ITef tec w BtninJ.. Tucker. SS.1 T I.' tJakforest, Dinwiddie'Co., Va. Jan- 22 1&39. Dear SiK I was severely afflicted with the Fever and Ague for twenty monthsssneither,calora,e.l nor quinine afforded me more than flporaiy,rwief,r'Mystrength" and spirits were failing last, ana ijearea myneajin was entirety iusi, u x ati-iucu ITiii' -' ---' ;, ...T;r. nine. v.i ,:. eft-a boUjepf the Phomix Bitters, and I took them according to difecli6n,iaidth'e third. dbse,of Bitters'hroke the chill, and to my tatter astonishmentXwas cured. "" I continned lo take them untillnsed two one-dollar bottles oriheThcenix Bitters, and tw&bqxes of tieLifePillSj'and have.hot fella symptom of the disease since." JI was in April last that the Ague was first bro- ken', ind I hare waited,th'us' long to see if t he disease would not, tbs heretofore; refdxn upon me Jaut, although I have been con- jderably,exposedi Estill enjoy, perfect health; and I can say, with' conMegceJ t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 August 1841

i .4 r i jh .-sss'-'is fir ns i San ris a aia ixua . . f" ffH fl 1??. i -'T LV I? 9 If 5 - lac nit.z-- j -.iioi .--Moqon n: lasdsii ibidvr tr "s ,! "r B"5F CKTirGiER:a''MOOilE- t?rT ctt nrr tMf r7Pig,niqo o vhjih '-I'UfBL'lSHE'Dl'B Y GR:UGfEMR'& MOCKE ,. j StjBscaiPTioNper ,12 .months or ,52 numbers, i .1 " 3 " 13 " - - .',' i , " .singlepaper, .-.,---'McrrfrtTvillDe'glven Kir subscriptions, e J Advertisino, kt insertion -J- - per square, " Sdanil subsequent insertion, " " Political cards. 'each'insertion, 55,00 ,3.00 2 20 50 SI 00 50 4 00 Announcement of Candidates peranno't, 10 00 A discount of JO per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff's, on all legalnotices: '"' Persons desirous of advertising by tho quarter cau do so on the Pillowing terms: Tef'4 squares, with the privilege of changing a squares each weeir,. per 'quarter, 4U; o squares, changing 3 each week, S50 ; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, S60. T , i, , i . ! V Alladvertiements sent without written instr...

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cr blessing, than, that in character, in mind and heart, she may resemble her beloved mbttier,! J ' t i "I thought, my loveHie continued; while'bis voice trembled with feeling, as he saw the emotion of liTslovely wife, "when I broughtyouji fair. bride to. this distant home, that I"knew the value of the prize I had gained, but every hour since that happy day 'lias taught me how rich agift, how invaluable a treasure "obtained in Ellen Campbell)" C ,( . .0. ' A Skim-Milked Cheese-with" a." Vengeance. Up at the west end of the city, there' is a good-natured, fun-making, negro, named "Parsisjk who hovers round "the grocery stores in that neighborhood rather more than is desirable. Like many other gentlemen of color he prides himself upon the thickness of his skull, and he is ' always .up for a bet upon his butting powers; and well he may be,&r his head is hard enough foi a battering ram. The other day he made a bet In a. store that he could butt in the head of a flour barrel, and he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 August 1841

r s -'" si: JS& r 6. fcV r- IVL-. u n 5 r. . . J- . X t' i. ' " ' tages of the country in .which it is situated. In order to correct the falsehoods contained 'in this article we will r.. here state, that Houstonhasbeen;settled only four years, t he, population is only'S.OOOand the "number of burials within the same period" ,haye not exceeded four hundred, " according to the estimates of intelligent and creditable (. citizens, (for no account of them has been kept) and in this estimate is included a large proportion of strangers, who -contracted sickness elsewhere, and were siezed at the-holels, either upon their arrival from abroador while waiting for an opportunity to sail for a foreign port. Ac- , .cording to the report of the city sexton, the whole number of burials for the three weeks ending July 12th, were only five, we doubt whether even Boston has afforded so small a ratio of deaths to the population, for we notice in the New York Herald, that the deaths in Boston, for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 August 1841

The Eiie Pills and Phenix Bitters. A NUMBER of the following certificates, testifying lo the immense bqefitylaff JpjyyJdnajBTfUd families are deriving tJ nitleseIimjoaJme'aisines, fiaveiqotjheretofore.beeninb- IddOI.-jhnnduK'isciiS.lIIOF.EAaVSs"'' ' TOITFEILLS AND" PHCENIX? BITTERS; nrAQUE'&rEEER; EILESiRHEUMATISM; AND rjuil siQENERA&DEBIL'lV-Yi-OP"rjdE'rYSTEM, ' SX'vND'ilN.-'ABLJC'ASES of cpstivepess, dyspepsia bilious ItfttorfliVet affertions, astbma'stIed'!Fajnsl'obstinaie-nead- hesTmhralthyppearaneeTJfiueTkin, thesickness incident -toTemalesHirflelicatebealih', everyjlEindVJf, weakness of. the di- gest;organs:'''Aild'in all general derangements of 'health, jhete. medicines JiayeJnvariably.proveiLa certain and speejly -iremedy.x" .a ' - i ' j f ' O They are invaluable fn a southern climate, where the system icuuuies- eueivaiecr huci reicuei-ci, us mey will restore viciuua lions. j'Medicines bev-ohd the reach i of every patient. The General Ae-ent for Texas beins desirous ...

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