Galvestonian. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1841 Page: 3 of 3
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BRANDT.-10 half pipes superior French
j J3RANDY, for sale In lots to suit purchasers,
by I' ' GEORE B INNES,
ap l-3t-3 Strand, oppofite the Custom-House.
"POTATOES —30 barrels POTATOES in line
* order, received per Francis Amy, from New
York, for sale by GEO. B. fNNES,
ap 1 -3t-3 Strand, opposite the Custom-Hoase.
TOLOT & NAVY BREAD-
* sale by GEO. B. INNES,'
ap l-3-t-3 Strauid, opposite the Custom-House.
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by ¿SEO. B. 1 ,
ap l-3t-3 Strand, opposite (he Custom-House. '
the Post Office
i, will ho
attention paid to the
stive places. . 4 «
Business Cards exe-
„. Custore-Houso and
of Stock, Blank Checks,
Upon very mo-
SV. 'TEXiB, cióuMTv of
'ar, of the Honorable Pro-
the County of Galveston,
■ P JPhilip Mtv
Drge F. Lawrence, deceased,
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u Zelia. dear child.
mjl love, and rtf each .pjl^pS^ot
belief in it, though
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IK , P&OVISKONS, Al
HE Subscribers have received by late arri-
vals and otier for sale a GENERAL AS-
MENT OF GROCERIES, &c ., article®,
tor the Cityvand Country trade, viz:
superior rectified WhisÉey,
Bacon, Sidea Shoulders and Hams.
Goshen wi Western Butter,
20 bbls. Prime and Mess Pork,
40 kags Lard, 60 boxes Soap,
t0 bo^es Starch, 20 bbls. Molasses,
20 sacks Havana Coffee, 6 bbls. Dried Apples,
5 casks sup clarot Wine, 10 baskets Olirt- Oil.
12 bbls. Oil, 20 doa. Mustard,
50,000 Havana Ciprs, 10 boxes Miiccaioui and
20 boxes Boots andShoes, Vermic 4 f,
20 bbis- Brandy, 4 3 pipes iáciimi i t i in,
40 bags assorted Shot, 5 kegs Puiat,
50 doa. Cardiala, Anisett, Absyntb,
5 boxes Chewing Tobacco,
20 bbls. Tef. Loaf Sugar, 5 bhds. biMv. n 8ugar,
. 6 tie reek RiVe;
, 30 kegs
Á servant Girl from 12 to 14 10 kegs Gunpowder, 12 doa. Chu.,; ticu Wine,
>, to one that is active ahd smart, ***<*" J <* ks '.^in«
given. Apply at this oftmfor 40 ps. Cottonade, 6 bate Nep. Blanbotf.
*• " 17 ps. 4-4 DomesUc, 0 ps. 4*4 Checks,
19 ps. 3-4 do 6 caaes Brogana,
6 doz. Shirts, 10 pa 3-4 Checks,
8 ps. 3-4 plain Limey, 4 bales Osnaburgs,
4 ps. striped Printa, 10 boxes Gunpowder,
I bbl. smoked Beef, 15 boxes Pin apple Chce?
6 boxes Syrup, 30groces Matches,
50 doz. Brooms, Buckets, Tubs and other wootk u
ware, 30 boxes Sardines,
6boxes Glass Ware, 5 bbl* Peach Brandy,
5 bbls. Monongahela Whiskey, 4
3 cases Women and Misses Shoes.
2 dozen Boots,
6 oasks port Wine,
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French, George H. Galvestonian. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1841, newspaper, April 1, 1841; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178675/m1/3/: accessed October 31, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.