Telegraph and Texas Register (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 13, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 10, 1838 Page: 4 of 8
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Kiost or Stolen,
rSs .Sl-A.TOfcRYXFJCATE issued to the.subscriberby the secrot.iry
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m-wnr'forlSSOacref ofJnnd: No. 1157, .dated December
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tooastjn, I es. am, isoo.
CHOICE LAKJ3S FOR SALE,
tho vibssriber. the following-described tracts or
Wm parccls-ef land, on tho most icisi.nable terms:
raw fflne third of a league of land. Minuted oil Me west
KfittSn otthe San Jacinto river, nbn.it ih e leagues abov e
Ri :lL2'AtST:Krr,- !,; tt,.l7u.i! tlm-d nr lands smutted Amy
1F?iuV; in the first pcttlcmcnt uf the country.
f rv, i,lf l,n,. nf In nil r.n Ttr.iv's ba)U. the SMllO
ktnne half of leasrtic' "ranted to Luke Moore, includ-
it-Sti.timlK;r on bolhsuies of the bayou, und not more
than roe and u nail miles irora xioiisimh.
Gno half league of land on tho eastern maigtn of iho
"SaT"oinlo river, being thejovver half of land granted
to WilIkn:-.Wbi;toci;, and near the first above described
i Una leagtw ot lapd, loss one labor, granten to tne un-
ta4jiicds'-cf ChoAt, J.K. William?, and W. Hall, and sup-
ri BCsett-lO 00 UUt:ul mu uu.-inuajjiiur. uu tut. .i.ij..u, u.u -
S"'hre3 leagued tf land or more, adjoining and includ
l?2 V"ntr Iho celebrated mound lcasiie. in Coles1 settlement,
pttvHot"ivIuch word-granted to the undersigned and his
InVSj and the other, vith a fraction, to Gen. S. F. Austin,
AvSk-'Bari of his nremium lands. ,-
35lMV.n two learmes and a traction of lar.d, one situated
tjfcWand joining land granted to Richaroson, and second
Ss63 W-below- where-W!,D. C. H1-otn es. The other
ip Ip-iot'p. im..ediaielv Duel: and joining tho fiist.
CtnbeI5It -mentioned leagues fo bo sold together: they
'$& atop- part of S. F.Austin's premium lands. ,
K Tffe titles to all the above lands-ate complete and in-
latftrmahlGJLib.a-r''vwt -or nil of-them beirTmongthc firsT
Jt locations made in the country.
t Fornarpculars with regard to situation and terms of
sale, those wishing to purchase are referred to Burnett
,-ji3 Hforeland, attorneys at kw inllio city of Houston,
who hao a map of the same.
- JAMES F. PERRY,
lffiStba, Dec. 31, 1837-
kW.:BQL IV A JR.
Executor qfS. F. Austin.
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. iT1 t -Lilt- -" T "
SALE OF TOWN LOTS.
I Satnrd.ivthc 14th of 'Anril next, tho subscriber
5 .:u o- r i i, ..i.n.. .,:., Tin..-
niti uuui lur U1U, vy JJUUIIL. .UklUlJ, tL JUtlO'
o hundred imu mty iuvi jl.uio in me old
rfiflOLlVAR, on tho (eft bank of the "Brazos riicr,
Colin De Bland,
7"ILL attend ithc superior
j j tiuru judicml uistrict.-l-'eb.
and inferior ci.urts of the
Office at Columbus.
JVor Sale, or to Kent.
H-jjjIIAT large an4 commodious house at -Harrihurg, now oc
"ilL eti pied bv Mrs. Jane Harris. Said house is well situated
and calculated for a tavern , has four large room" and hall be-
low, and a room aboie 56 by 36 feet also a good kitchen at-
tached. Will be sold or rented on reasonable termn and time
gireu. Apply to D. W. C. HARRIS in Houston,
or to ' L. B. O. HARRIS, on thj; premises.
Harrhburg, D g ember 22nd, 1837107
BRANCH .& WOODS,
T.T 0 R N 1 E S A T L A IF,
Liberty, Tetas. .
B. Woods, E. T. Branch.
FOR NEW ORLEANS,
In Forty Ilonrs.
THE splendid low pressure Steam Packet COLUJVIB1A.
Capt. J . T. Wright, will leave Galveston Bav the etfTami
2d of each month for New Orleans, and New Orleans the t
ana ioiu oi eacn montn lor l exas.
Fassens-ers for New Orleans can depend upon a safe and cv
peditious conveyance, and upon the boats leivinj; punctually as
advertised. And her accommodations are superior to anj boat
in tne soutn,anu as a sea boat she is unsurpassed.
For passage or information apply to
It. JIills i5c Co., Brazoria.
John Sharp, Velasco.
JIcKivFi &. Williams, Quintana.
W. 1). & IJ. U. LEr, Houston.
Forbes, Brcoks & Co., Columbia or on board of the boat
-tlnn-tnii, T ii, I'l, 1533. ' '9-Cm
y? v" yctu ot permanent navig-ition,torfea going cs-
k t"8 town vvas1)!0 flrsi- 'l' ou on d,e Brazos for
S J4rfei?SSf. there hcinn' water' enou'ih for any vessel
&i$TiU?tir "Sri imcq fho'linr fif flip RrnTis to n:cond tn thic
fivV,.. . . ,.,..-.. ,., I
w5s-Vjg'--.i.nc wrecK,,on Saturday i.ist, or mo Kcei coat
'& 4g Keubcri," drawing hut 20 jnchcs.water, en the
3&'-5$' Kapids,inrco nuic aioo tnis piacc, gives sum-
nieyidence where the head uf tide actually is.
f'S-ijMA-VfcSiit; lUUUkiULUl- Vll liU(-i- lUUSUULMUU .u& J --.xv
rtl i. T A - 1 La wmS 1mai fi mi IP O
'lFV'FOAO t tn0 Eastern Prairie, sk miles, so soon as
iJS5ed9 of tho lots shall enable him to defray the
iossbinces may y arnint jU
i?34y&icli will bo continued to Galveston bay, when
isL, S wrclinduishesUto ihVcolton wood point above
EwySl'-.ir . -Vi-nf- v?j. rT:--3 --.u- rJr.s' ctTo:
ississ1 TaiMiaYcuiaQcriieu asinu uiii .. umhu.
Plp'1 . J - UL Rir AUSTIN,
ie? - ' boic prncioro' ianvar.
tV'7VN "f-t df- -
IhhbSriir. ihe juiinc of Bolivar for fifteen 1- RTfNK NOTR'PfM? A VP.T?
ng known by that name oiUJDapre1orTT -pAjjEs th me.'uwl af returnm? his thank, to tl'ep-iblii. of
a lexas lorinqirxery jiuerri paironage; anil as ttieir ..--ders
have had to pass through so many h,uid, I take this meth-
od of giving my address, so that they may not cost half as much
as they have hitherto done.
N. ii. fiovcrnmenlca!sof crerr description. XnL.irin! nmt
??Dec. 12, 16-37.
i, .r : .
- U1JLQ3: J- "s
rVKrrTai.'ety, fo'xing irff'c, IT so Powe
ai.-etv, IJa"iiin2 JVccj, IT 5j
ji Saws of tho he t cast steel, Gin liands, vvith
- Hirtldcs renuin:ri in t!ii ruhtvilitin lfrniinn n
r'iK'. . ff ..r ir i .- . . -
SS ,rauon tor jnaricct, can Da pncip vJ irom, or:
liuft.J: - llC fhrv.aiinsr.rihpr f.r lit dGfi nf ht finnpn lt In.
Iw Ures'ri.JxoVA.irEitiiK&iCo.Ko. 73 Bienville
rSSeSs Ifc'v'0 Orlcani. toivlwse carenl! Icttfers mi the abov c
lvSS?5& 5 5n mteDded for the ub.cHber, must be ad-
Pl-uho'ginsjnclude Idler's Metallic Cv. nJor jins, either
bNVt'.L. ...1 i T. .- , Tl ...... i t rt. .
''?fclphia, Cincinnati, in rCishvii'c, uf tlAS bet
jraaterpls, and calculated to run well and l".t for a long
"iBter3,and their -mrchim' can f ta the most
'lt'ttnd'strict attention -tmr ,c to all orders for
iferaeles ja j0 above line.
T.jKft? iiiii- JuiiiM,
S$J- f IVbi O Banlci1 Arcade. Xcto Orleans
DOLLARS KEWAltU. .
Twill give tho above Toward for the delivery
i7-VK?V!Wi UflllUUl IWO JiiriCUll lL'liruCP, I1UI11UU VJUJIHY
X3P8?355RP-..w rr , . ., 3.J r.: i
l?S?!2S'c -iWtwnn nBconneu jruin uiy pia, iiauon,
rM' iiH uyst"r Creek, countr of "Brazoria, some time
HTf ifrS W Siiv. VAtcuuvvu iu u? li llltuillou ears
lfi,jrE:s? , .... . in . , ., . - .- .
wr.LTJWwne uuuui u leet iu mcuc?. tne oinoro teet in
s'EJrt.the large thas a broad face, ihe'nthcra wild look.
BxglvX. 27 104 EDWIN WAs.TJ.KR.
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Si -A .RXANHRK S L'ilWRW'P
feS-e. Attorney at taw,
i-IWtL-i a Stkf-rx:ir.ri,ii t MVn,n or -r r-, '
SIM' ' AXiUilX iO X ItA 1 JJtt O O AJbli.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed, by the
honorable County Court of Ilarrisburg county. I
nave iiiviou upon jinu will expose to the highest legal bid-
der at the court house thereof, in the City of Houston, .on
Tuesday the 20th day of March next, all tho right, title
and claim of Thomas Pratt, in and to the following pro-
puuy, viz: sixty-two ana a Halt lect tiont on the north-
west corner of Capitol street, and 125 feet on Smith street,
uoiiig a part ot l,ois io. 8, u and IU in block 84 as mark-
ed on the plat of the City of Houston. The aboc pro-
puny ls-cncioscu wan a auiabie tencc; a more full de-
scription of the same will be given on the day of sale.
Seized and taken in execution as the property of said
iHuina-j jrrati, to sausiv a iiinirmcnt in tavor nl . In hn
Shea for the use of Milton Perry, now .for the use of
Jdtnes M. Blcuec, ana to be sold by inc. Terms Cali
-v J..W, MOORE, Sh'lE
APUBLICsieof WASHINGTON TOWN LOTS
will take place u. .f -,?. of-Wbington,-alhe
second Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Alarch jicm?
Terms at Silo. By order of the Proprietors.
Washington, Jan. 25th, 1838.-'14-us Secretary.
113 Town is situated upon " Half Moon Point," formed by
the iuilrtion of the B it sof Matagorda and Tresnalacios
the latter of which forms a harbour of superior excellence, aff
ording a sulliciejt depth of water contiguous to the shore for the
largest -vessel whicli can enter tne Jiatagorua uay 10 lay iu se
curity along side of a wliarl and disciiarge anu receive cargoes
The extraordinary advantages of this point, for a commer-
cial city, are so well known, not only in 1 exas, but in the cities
oi the united States' tnat it is ueemeu unnecessary io enumer
S situated on the west bank of the Colorado m cr.-
just above the La Bahi.i rosind. in llip miIh uf
layette, a mile or two aboo ia tinnigc, ?nd Miihiii
an hundred miles of Matagorda, bav. It was formerly
known by the name of Electa. This site was selected
by Judge Evans several years ago, and those ubcihaio
visited it think it does credit to his judgment. The situ-
ation is eminently beautiful, surpassed by few if any, iu
the republic. A bluff extends alone- the river for the" dis
tance of nearly.! mile, and abote the hiehest floods.
Tho -,;,: !,,. :.. .. ., '? rm
The nlace has hitherto been kentont of the market, in order 1 he nraine here comes nmtp. tnIiTiipr T)mr.
that the title might .be perfected before being offered for sale ,here g00lj pure and neVer failing spring water, A
and this object havmg now been hapily accomplished, purchas- . . f B J 6 ,
US Will DeSOK lt. . .- a "''"' "- w.. ,u ww-
.... lio4f vilfn ntsm 4L.T.. 1.. i t . i.T .
ers can obtain unquestionable titles, and the lots i
lorado river above this place to the mountains, equal in
fertility to the alluvion of the Mississippi. On the south,
the country is fine, to the bay of .Matagorda. The Jand
west of the town, on Bucknc'r's cr'iek, and the heaiwa-
wiction on the first Mondav in March 18.18, .uuf the succeeding
days, on a liberal credit, the purchaser" giving bond, with ap-
proved security and a mortjase till final payment. The point
is situated about 20 miles N. N. E. of the pnso ciballo, and the
saiucuiaiaucu ir . t?. , . llic mil II Ul iiiainuiua! iviu tui. . - . XI ' I J IT n . . i ti
formofasquare:isnearlrsurroiindc.lbythewateroithqBays,"-'oul "le iaviuaa anu ia uaca nycis,lsot excellent
andis sufficiently cNtcnse Tor a populous city. quality. The town is not only surrounded by a fertile
The proprctorswith a tlinrou-h knnnkdgcof the whole seacountrv on all sides, but has also thpehnrma ofrnmantic
coast, unhtsilatiiigly slate it as their firm , miviction that thi, scgaery. About tw0 mies south f Coloradccitv, thero
nil n hi ill hoi .imn Hit irrPnf m-nwtt frr-tnl smnn niz-m nf i"fn 9 .' .
is a high range of beautiful hills running along the south
side of Buckner's creek to the margin of tho river. A
fountain rises in this ridge, which is sufficiently elevated
to water a city on the plain. There is also a very high
bluff on the east side of the- river,'a mile or. two above,
which niay be sen'fronTtbe town.'- There is abundance
of stone in the vicinily for building purposes- On the
cast side of the river, a few miles above the town there
is an abundance of Pine timber. The pine hills in' some
places are washed by the river. v It is scarcely necessa-
ry to speak of the river to those who are acquainted
place will become thetrrcat commercial emporium of Texas,
2Sth Dtc- 1S37. JOHN DUNCAN
'12-tmch k. R. ROYALL
THE JocKey Club Races over the Washington course will
commence on Wednesday, the 27th da ol March next.
1st tlai . Jockey Club purse, S'JO Two mile heats En-
2d day. Mile heat" Purse 100 dollars Entrance 80 tlnll.
3d clay. Une mile out 1'urse 3Uu dolls-
l.'utr.mrf- nn rl.ill
4th dav- Mile heatp, bet three in fi o for all the entranrf." with J exas; there is no doubt thatsteamboats could now
money of the preccdins dajs frrc for any Horse, Mare or nnviemtp. trm C!nnradn tm nr finm tKmfi-OorrraaVci
ipuu: lyx ?-" uWt fy. J lie purity and transparency of its waters, and its
Gelding, carrying the fulloitin;; weic;
feather. Three yearsold, seventj-si'
noillius. rnilf vtrra . ,. . .. .-
old, ninety pounds, ive jears old and upwards, one hundred erageacpiu render it one ot the most interesting nv-
pound;. Three pounds oft for Mares and Geldings.
Wahington, January 22, 1838.
A NOTE of hand for 500 dollars, drawn by Cruger &.
Moore, in my favor, pavable on or about the loth of
April next. 2Ii persons arc hercbv forbid purchasing the
same. Jan.27, lb"te. '11-tf 1JNRY. T1ERWESTCR.
A LL persons are forewarned from trading for or purchas-
jtJL S bond held by Richard .Sparks, on mcJfor 510,000.
Said Sparkshas fuled to comply .ith the contract; therefore
I refe payment to an r person holding said bond.
Hnntsvillc, Washington county, Jan. 10, 1833. '12-2m
ITplIE subscribers (a branch of the house of Abeix
Hajijiett & Co., New Orleans,) beg lcavj to inform
their fiiends and the citizens of Teas in general, that
thev aicabo'itopcniiisra house m COLUMlilA, for the
purpose of transacting
A GENERAL AGENCY 4 CUMMHS-
and rcspectfullv request a shaio of public patronage.
ers in Tca.. Taking into consideration thp capacity of
the river for navigation, the extensive tract of fertile and
beautiful country. by which it is surrounded, the excellen-
cy of its spring water, the healthiness of its situation and
its centrality, it is apparent to the superficial obseryer
that Colorado City is second to no place on the Coforado
river, as a suitable point for the location oflheseatof
government. Persons wishing to scttlo arc invited to
call and examine for themselves.
THOMAS MATHEWS, C. P. McKENNlE,
WM. PAXTON, HENRY. ,lfANTON,
ENOCH-JONES, -JOHN W. DANCY,
-x- SAMUEL ALLEN.
Colorado City, February, 1838. '15-lf
f'hey ba c made arrangements at New Orleans andPerf thereon .it the net term
HARRIS &. WILSON.
BEING anxious the close the business for which they
were appointed, take this method of informing
all persons who gave their notes tolhem with a confession
of judgment, that unless 'they come E ward on or beloro
the 17th March next, -and settle ties n? with the under-
eu, ne win proceed to aika coniirniL' en and execution
Counting ilou'e 'eals, Bank Bills, Bills of Exchange, Bills of-
Lading, Bu5ineaCard3. DoorJlatPiaqno'i JK c . . '..,..
ing TJnierrTToxp, fir., and all kinds of engraving upon the
most reasonable term". Texas lands will be taken in part pay-
ment for large orders. All letter" directed to ny establishment
will please say to whom the goods can he delnrrerl m Nen
Orleans. JOSHU I I.OWE,
io. 31, Can il t, corner of Chartrrs.
sacoia, to receive regularly, cousignmcnls o:
llitv are juepared to rcccivo and ship Cotton, io any-
port !iai tihiv i c required. Reasonable advances will be
made on coiH'griuirnls tn their branch at Acw Orleans.
ilfcsrs. Thompson fc Spalding, Baltimore, ilfd.
Pike !c Nf-alc. - L
James B.CRoii,Ksq.. Louisville, Kj .
-"iSESrfiueiin c- lniclv. lio'ulc.
proaucc, those holding claims
please present them on
v ill be contested.
a to aska confirm:' en and execution m
enn of the distrv ' ' u-t. And .all $ js
unliquidated a'g i- j.p sarce,. ww I '
on .- b-i'-.re the ....cate or thoy y 1
JNO. Vf MJORC
'Syndic aid AaM far
W. C. Waiin & Sax:, M". V. -ilu.."
!S33.-5r Syndics of Ha tt $ "ifllfon.
"KiVOW ALL MEN DY THESE l-ltESENTS.
rJfcSlAT Custom House bonds given for duties at Galeton,
ill, mn3tbepiid when due; otherwise they 'rill bo placed in
uieunnoHoi upropcr omccr ior couecuou.
i"iam and lancy cord no, Uuckwheat flour iaqr and
TvY.nrdnrnrtrmhAnr.f-,!. Pnfr.vv tt.Ko- iA- r t..l 1'ancv striped do, hit barrels.
S3V?;V. Z . ."lirZJ-'i "" ......i,jr,.imaiiir , ,..,;. - , z, , rpra.-u.A-- n. .
t-e lugnest I x uai u4ur-s Dmunu-?, urt, "uung nyson,
assortea. toperm Candles, &c sic.
(p-He has also a few splendid .Ladies' Cloaks,
wnicn, to close tne invoice would be sold low.
T. M. LEAGUE, j
Houston, t eb. 1U, l3. '13 Houston House
JA,-fu'r''iy-cr35'c.i, viiil ire joi io 1
ISvc,arPnw'ct,Jctloa on tbs premises, all that tract of. land
!fe"Mon tll0"avidad River, belonsrioj to thesuccesnon of John
coU,aie oi tniscounty, ilcccrfsed, contnniD; four hundred
f!v!Rrs. -more or less.-frnntin r en thi rivp-i- fivn hnnli.l
toetli.r with all'impro'Pments thereon belonging to the
s"ontDoascs. tc. ,2I.SO; Another tract!) v nrdpr nf
eaVfhovc. dtanted on tbeNnvidnd river, belonging to
t cession of Caroline Crown, laf oof thi? coun y, deceased,
IwiSn k 4mtiTJt' nnm. mnr fir I. ffnftn ., itx S.
. .'.g.u . ... ..V , "- - .. . v.... VI. .111. uit-i
nured rarci; tain linas are ntuatccl near i cxann, on the
?of theriver.tire well sitanted in a liralthful and beau-
'-und-latius rvion of country, well timber eil anil dh ersi-
,u ncu uoiiom nan npjiinu prcurie. .am i inu win n" ipm
irtt-re ff the tlnnl c.tnrflay ol .viarcli next Terms
IFiIirjesold -vSiVameday of the aliovc, oncer
' I?o7.H aJ ll" "'w on iiiiniri-
.i?NDRE?' pfOT r. .77rr.
fsnil - -ii
1" r? -r Her .-ini! ,ii -fnJHp-,
&( eat' d .ij r a
,lTr- y.wJcVBt Ittr ."! J
.i -i i -, ic't them
T?Hii tiO nr-rjii"ir,t'r
Crosby Aut rso.
- . .- ..cS:ft r,f AdnCr.
fHHE subscriber v.uuid respectfully inform the citi-
znnsof Houston and its vicinity, that he has just
received a fresh supply of Goods, which, in addition to
his former stock, renders his assortment as complete as
anv now in the citv. His stock now consists of
CLOTHING. f LIQUORS.
Fine cloth dress and frock Cognac and Champagne
Fine cloth and casimcre Holland Cin,
pants, ', " Jamaica spirits,
Fine cassinetl pants, "(a. Old Rye Whiskey,
beautiful article.) ' ' WINES.
Coarse do d - Madeira, Sherry, Lisbon
Fine silk velvet vrits, Port, (a superior article.)
x'liieaiiH. -uu ttuu uu, -vurumis, assorted.
Finecothandcasimeredo, Champagne Wine in bas-
Fino and coarse silk andketsof the following brands
fur hats, , Pine Apple, Star, Pouiett
Do do boots, brogans and &c &c.
Knit cotton drawers and A fine lot of fresh Goshen
--Swcjuty UoJlars Met?-??
M ANA WAY frutn tno-aubscribur n,- t'i&'lti-nfi,f.
uarv. i ?Qegr man named BEN JJc-ts six feet
high and proporii m ,!! stout, complexion rather of a lights
cist for a negro, fi.r.vnrd .a ms manners, and whenin'li-
uuor. fwhndi he is prv fi,-,r! nf ;.--.. A-. :.. --...
pi ' - .- .-'..m I.. i.ugji.iuwji, ion j;u"u iar-'
penlcr. Ben was bn.nual to l ofiston in thq earlv-part of
' December by Dr. Bcrr. , and remained there some ten or
NOTICE. twelNdays,wlieie it is.most probatle he now 13. Tfaea-
7ag-R. EDMUND ANDREWS a mv agent m Bra-1 rWard W,H be S"0" for his "PPrelicnitm, and alt
I? I" wn. fnr the settlement uf all accounted notes nccessary ePenSGS P"d " 'delivery at Marion,
due the lato firm ofBeimetci Sharp, and to myself, per-' nAi i- iv.k ,, ,,, ..? BERTJVl- FORBES,
sonallv. All persons indebted are earnestly reauestrl Colmnbla Feb' 13 183 V-2t Tor D. A.Bhet,
Heff ird Sor;'i'iilrev, New Orleans.
JGppli Landis it Co., '
51 , E-( . '
ILUDIDTT, SHEIRBURN &. CO.
Columbia, February 1st, 1838. 'll-3mt
persons indebted are earnestly requested
to make payment either to Mr Andrews in Brazoria, or to
myself in Velasoo. JOHN SHARP."
Brazoria, Dec.29, 1S37. '8-tf
LL pcrsonsfindebted to Jno. A. Parke & Co. or lo
1'orbes, Brooks & Co., arc earnestly requested to
make payment6eforo tho first March. AH claims not;
LAND FOR SALE.
quarter of a league situated on the Labacca river, in De- settled at that time will be placed in the h md of a Invr '
, wilt's colony, being the upper quarter of a league grant- er for collecWn. FORBFS RRnHTTft t rrt '
1831 to Wm Cl,ase,and lying between thegrantsof W. r.S-Fnh. 13,1, MHt BR00KS CO. -
Strode and V. Taj lor. The owner will sell the same low, fer
cash, or will give a mortgage upon it to raise 500 or 600, at a
reasonable rate 01 interest, inquire 01
Jan. 20, 1838. ,10-tf GA55LBY & BIR!'S.4LL
Columbia-Feb. 13th, ISSS.-'H-St
IV. W.- Gant,
ATTORNEY &. COUNSCM.OR AT LAW.
ANrderon the Treasury for $-3I,,and a certificate
ft 320 acres of land, for my services in the Array
from t)e.25ih of April to 23d of July, 183G.
He will alo attend to the purchasing, celling or locatin j
of land. Washington Texas, December 22d, 1837107
JNUT1CE. , NOTTCF.
R. J. WILSON COPES will act as my attorney mHE suhw.rlhnr fr,Le !,; m.i,.,.i ..r ....t..- .L
during my absence in the United states. He will, i public, und more particularly fhn.whnklvA,.,,,.
ccoupy my quarters .pforc been cuttins aiKj haui off tf b , , . ;
Janr.18, 1838. '10-2m ASHBEL SMITH. amuei M. Williams, below tnwn. tbnt T w;h m2f.
suit against all those w ho hav c or may hereafter intrude
A LL persona indebted to the successions of Edward
c3L Wingato and Edward Fitzsimmons, deceased, will
mako payment; and all tbo3e who have claims aramst
said-iiiccessions, will present them duly authenticated for
settlement within the time prescribed bv law, or they will
tbo' barred. GEORGE W. GRANT.
Houston, January 19, 1838. ' ni-'f
ERSONS having contracts for lo ating lands with
ERSONS who emigrated to this country anterior f on lac samc antJ wi" prosecute to the" extent of the law.
Agent for "Sam. .M. Williams.
Houston, Feb. 17, 1838.-'14-tf
WT the declaration of Independence, who have en
powered me to locate their head rights are requester to
prove their claims as required by the late land law. and
forward their certificates to mo as early as practiflblc.
FELIX HUSTON. .
frrCTSSt Olty Ol ZfoUSfOU.
Jan. 20, 1838.
LARGE assortment Just recieved of winferand sum-
iry, Glas ware, Pepper, Mustard, Herrings, PotaOes, Beets,
Pilot breau. Crackers, Tobacco, Soap', Candles, Salt, Nails
Wire, Door lock", Rifles, Trunks. Coffee, Sugar, brandy, Gin
Wine, Whiskey, Cider, Ale, Porter, Garden seids, &c. Ac, a
general assortment of clothing and groceries for sale by pack-
age and retail, at store. C. C Hw2ikBERLAIN-
Jan. 27, 183. Hl-tf
CHARLES DE MOKSE,
Attorney & Counsellor
- AT LAW.
January 27, 1838. '11-tf
. jicuseiy and Buchanan, will please forward their ----t- n p w 1 1 T , ,.
re.-n'.Mlus of cl.u.n u, the sub r-ril.ir .11 Tc.an,. and-!1- have just received and will
rrtc.pt of the amount of their fees paid into lhe hands rfi eoI"l-r'-,'t,r '" IlinJ at the Store .aleiyoc-
M. Writ T. Aiiilin, Esq., at Bru"ria. or T. J GaJ,.,- icu')ictI b Sml'h lV A,ion' " Irencra-1 assortment of
Esq.. oiitton, coonipanvinir their -rnuVnfnJ mU '!... ." i 1)r' Goods. CarPen'ers Tools,
!Oiiiiiir. j-armmir utensils.
rfcKr 1 ncd ftcr ili t
. -j.Z I K'" t:'
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tliemllicir locations. HM n Tf f.-var irv
Tov.m 1. Jan. 25, 1S3. 'I j.if J BrTf'HA, V
COARSE & FINE CLOTTfTNfT-'
LARGE assortment for sale by
W. D .V R.i.1. LEE
Boul and r!ioi
I me Cu,,ctv .
."or ' ,
Jan -tl, lfiX
--.liojfi anJ Pro, isinns
AlfrlNTSTRATpWS NOTICE. '
BY virtue of a decree of tho honorable Court of Pro-
bate for Harrisburg county, I shall expose at.pijb-
lie saloon the 10th day of March next, t!j LOTadjeui-
ing the store now occupied by Mr. John Cprlos in this Ci-
ty, containing 50 feet front and 100 deep, being part of"
the estate of the late Alfred R. Guild. Terms one thin)
Cash, balance at G and twelve months with approved re
curitv. JNO. ALEX. NEWLAND3, Adra'rv
Fe'b. 17; 1838.-H4
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Allen Reynolds
deceased, will come forward without delay, and
make pay ment, as the subscriber has been appointed bT
the Hon. John P. Coles, Judge of Probate for Washicniun
county, administrator on said estate in place cf Lew is A-
Reynolds assignee. All persons having clair.u- arriinslsjiv!
estate will present them in twelve months from the .open-
ing of tho succession nuder Lewis A. Re, -'-''' fir ther
will be forts er barred.
Washington, Feb. l,.183S.-:M-3t Ad-:
SOMUTIJIEiiiNnvdnbcra ilnft drawn iipu t
by J. '(' Moid,. M A,.d.ii.r, for ;I3,07,o
hth "eptember, 1 ;34 Vn-i- ta c ,uio.i all pc
uiig .ur "ic tame, a the iri. . i .r .:!! oav no
t rn t
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