Telegraph and Texas Register (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 11, Ed. 1, Wednesday, September 11, 1839 Page: 3 of 4
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- ,TH1'TELEG ii'A My.
Houston, Wednesday -i$ept.JL 1 , 1 sau
rc3We uuderstand that the Hon. H. VY. Fontaine
hasjesigned the office of District" Judge of this District! !
The" imperiousinecessity of having the vacancy filltd, if
Indeed one. exists, will.snggest llseli to the iiXecutive, and
we have liule doubt an appointment will be made previ-
ous to his leaving this city for'the new seat of government.
CoL A. Nkixl has this morning arrived from Bexar,
in company with General Juan Pablo Anaya aud suite;
and, reports all things quiet at present in that section.
.Major Ross was at Gonzales on his way.to Bexar. The
'excitement there in.respect to the proposed attack on that
place by the Comanches has subsided. The Indians are
still lurking about the 'Rio Frio Tntercepting traders, in
conjunction with some of the central partyof Mexico
they being a portion of the renegado Mexicans who
left Bexar during the late war, an-1 being themselves un-
able to come back, endeavor to do all they possibly can
- -against the country.
This gentleman has-paid a visit to Texas for the -pur-'
jpose, as we understanJ.'of negotiating with this Govern-
ment for aid, in establishing a new Republic out of a por-
tion of the Eastern Slates of Mexico, and opposing the
power of the Central Government. Ha was one of the
first heroes of the revolution" of Mexico or her indepen-
dence. He was a particular friend of Gen. Jackson, in
.Louisiana, in year 18(4; and fought at his side in the
battle of the 23d and 28th December, and 8th January.
He hag since served as General of Division in the armies
of Mexico, and has hid the priricipil command in saveral
of the largest and most populous States of that RepubHc
-fesJ4eerriSewTtaryofWar-'and- Marine,, nod- .has also
had. the general direction of the Ordnance Department.
The high offices he has filled, and his long experience
in military affairs, together with the Tcmarkable circum-
stance of his always having espoused the cause of the
people and liberty, during his whole public career, have
brought upon him persecution, misfortune and Texa-
"tion. He is at-present Commander-iti-Cnief "of the Fede-
ral forces of Mexico; and his arrival here inspires us with
the most flattering prospects of a happy adjustment of all
difficulties between this country and that portion of unhap-
py Mexieo, who are still bravely contending with the
former tyrants, and enemies to the liberties! her people,
those who deserve a better fate, and the favor and assist-
ance of the more fortunate sons of Washington. 'The
'people of Texas who duly appreciate their interest and
prosperity cannot be indifferent to the visit of this distin-
guished individual. -'
, "We. learn from Capt Holhday, who is just from the
East, that all was quiet in that quarter and that no appre-
hension is entertainedfrom the Cherokees. In tniTcoun-
ty of San Augustine, Gen. Sam Houston has been ejected
representative. In JMacogdoch.es county. Mr. Kaufman
1 Is elected representative, and a tie bf tween Mr. Muse and
.v his competitor, whose.namewe'da not recollect, existed ;
.the Chief Justice had not given thp casting vote.
Tn Bexar county, Jno. N. Seguin elected Senator, and
C. Van Ness and Jose Antonio Navarro elected repre-
- In Gonzales, Benj. M'Culloch elected representative,
. Don Ramon IViusquiz, late Lieutenant Governor and
political -chief of the department of Texas, has returned
to Bexar from Monclova,. where he has been residing
since, the jetreatof "the Mexican forces from Texas. ,
Gen. Anaya left four hundred of .the Federal forces
undet his command at Laredo, commanded by Col. Mace-
denio Gapistran.' Gen- Lemus is in Santa Rosa, and'Col.
,(CanaIes at Sabinas, between Monterey and Matamoras.
' About three hundred Central troops.have possession of
.. The brig that sailed from Philadelphia some seven
jveeks ago and which was supposed to have been, lost
las arrived at Galveston. Some twelve or fifteen djys
after she left Philadelphia she was stwick by lightning
-and had to put in .a! Havana for iepairsv
A gentleman who arrived this morning from Galvts
ton, informs uk that a steamboat has been lying ofT that
phce for the last two days; the wind being too high
for her to eater the.harbor in safety. The.pilot wnt out
'to'her yesterday morning. She is supposed to be from
Eighty volunteers arrived at this place from Gilves
.on 04 the Steamboat Rufus.Putnam, for the frontier.
" This speaks well for the patriotism of the new city.
Al letter has jud been received by the Secretary of
- "War, from Lieut. Williams, of Fannin county, oii Red
Jliver, conveying' the o.ficial information that the Chero-
kees ha'd crossed Red River and gone to Arkansas. Lieut.
, Williams had a fight with. them and killed "three on the
lanks of.tbttt River." "
He thinks thata forceof thirty men will will be amply
sufficient to protect that portion of the frontier.
F.loue. This article is in great demand here at this
time, and the little that is in market is selling from sixty
'Jive to fcvcnly-fiver dollars per barrel'. - The same article
wefinlby reference to a late Pittsburgh paper is worth
onfy'th ree dollars and fifty"ce,nts in that market. What
- THE ELECTION.
Voles polled in Brazoria county "for, Representative to
Jack - - - - 240
Harris ' - ....-- 240
Head -..''. 85
Cloud '-,'.-": V . 33
InfMontgomeiy county, Col. Bcnntt has been elected
over Benj. Fort Smith.- t
Messrs. Gint and Greer have been reelected in the
county of Washington.
The following are the returns o the election in Lib-
crty county for Semtor and Representative.
. FOR SENATOR.
Moore - - - '-122
Barr - -, - - 80
Th'ruston - - - 50
Forrest ( - - - - 3
One precinct remains to be heard from, which will
probably swell Dr Moore's majority to twelve or fifteen
Judge Coit was elected Representative' over Mr John
After wailing .some time, tho Elitoi of the.Morning
Star comes out with nearly a colur..n, in justification ol
himer-lf, for filling his paper day after day with idle "ru-
mors, picked up iu grogshops, rather than deriving the
official information from the proper departments.
His long- yarn ali amounts to-this, that ho is an opposi-
tion editor that the settlement of our fiontier dilficuhiis
would increase the popularity of-the administration; an i
hethereforeis detetrained they shall not.be fettLd: if the
Cheroketsdo not ltluin, the admimstiatioii will have
gained a triumph,.and this must beprevenied by his exer-
tions. Now this may bo all perfectly well for such capacities
as that presiding over the columns of the AlcrningStar;
but there is' not a sensible person in Teius, of any party
who would not scorn suck a revise. He, forsooth, does
not believe the official infoimation received by the depart-
ments of the government, but thinks his readers will rely
particularly upon the idle rumors which he pii-lss up in
the streets or manufactures .in his own brain, if indeed
he lias any of that material. But here he is perfectly
harmless: nor would any article which appears in his pa-
per receive any notice from the pro." tern, editor of the.
Telegraph, bi t for the few papers he sends to the United
StatPS, where he is not so well known. Bat the .Tele-
graph is not an administration paper it be longs to no par-
ty, and the pro tern, editor his carefully abstaiiud f.om
politics during the abs nee of Doct. Moore. He has en-
deavored to make it a journal of general intelligi nee, at
all times speaking the truth and nothing hut the truth.
But hfs insinuation that the pro ttm Editoris trying to
gain favor with the administration, with the hope of re-
ward is ns false ash is malicious. The protein editor neith
er wants nor expects any station under the administration;
andj's happy to inform the Editor of the Star that his sit
uation in lift! renders it tinned ssary for him to be the
dependent of any person or pirty; he is peiftctly aware
of the feelings of therpresfdent towards him: bat hostility
from the pn-sident will not induce the pro tein Editor to
libel his country.
The Editor of the Stu hid better quit politics anl con-
"BneThli paperxclusivelytOj-such articlis as those three
which lately appeared in his paper: "Scene in a Haider's
shop." "Hoto we got ourselves into a scrape-" "Funny
'Though large ships may rentuiemore,
Little crafts shoul 1 keep near shore.'"
, Penalties of Popdlarity. A writer in th N--w
Yoik Mirror,.in an article under the above caption, t- lis
a very good anecdote of Mr. Clay. He sys, ' 1 shall
never forget one incident, which I thought sufficient to
try the temper of a martyr, but which had quite a con-
trary efTection on Mr. Clay. It was a day or two before
his departure for Washington to be present at a meeting of
uongress, anu ne was y.ery busy in the arragement of his
papers, when a servant entered, and said that some one at
the gale wished to see him.
"Show him in,"-siid Mr. Clay.
"He is on horseback, and siys he can't come in." .-
'Tell him that I.am extremely busy, and that he mvLtt
come in if he 'wishes to see me."
The servant went out; but soon returned with ' he says
he can't possibly gel off his beast."
'Well,' if the Mountain will not come to Mahomit, -I
suppose Mahomet must go the Mountain," and- Mr. Clay
went out to see-what so peremptory a. visiter might want
The "gentleman, on horseback" wai a sleek-faced Yankee
in pepper-and salt pantaloons, a brimstone waistcoat, with
glass buttons, on a coat of the latest down-east fashion.
After an interchange of c'vilties Mr. Clay, siinnasinar the
wanted to dispose of his horse, remarked, "That is a very 3
nnp animal you rue, sir. .
"Yes, a pretty fair critter," replied the nondescript, si ip
ping his cowhide boot with his whip, and staring with al
his might and main in the St natorVface. At length, won
dering at the silence of the fellow.and at his protracted
stare, Mr.Clay was forced to remark My name, sir, is
Clay. Have you any basin 'S3 with mi-?"
"Business? oh no none in pirticulai-but I havehearn i
tell of you a sool ddal in our narts. away off east of sin- I
rise and I thought as I was passing your way, I'd just
can ana seenowyou looKea. -i Know wnat yo'i are go-
ing to say but can't stiy now, tho' if I cross th so lots as I
go back, may bp I'll stop and tike a'glassofcil'r with
you good bye." So siying.iwith'a vi-ry pitronizing.iir
the-fellow roJeaufiy, and left Mr. CI ty laughing heartily
al the encounter.
. Poetry of the 1kih Character. Whrn in Ire
land I gazed on the ever-changing colours aud aspects of I
nature, L no longer am surprised that tlie inh ibttanls should
teem with pottic iJeas. Riches and arf'ficial refinement
tend certainly to destroy the impression which the sight of
nature pioduccs on'the mini. The Irish peasants onlv
sleep within the walls; they speid all th ir waking hou s
beneath- the broad Vault ot h-iven tii'ir view boanl-J
alon'- bv ocean or distant inmintiius; no emiilovnent s ive
the cultivation of their potato" ri IJ- no object in lite to di-
vert 'their thouh's from ihe ohs'rvation of sights an I
sounds, a'ne the. meditative indolent: i-njoyin-nt of wild an 1
magnificent scenes. I am particularly struck with the
rich and viviu coloring of thtt scenrtry in l-eland; wht;n
thfsuti shitips after one of the fret uent showers, the whole
landscape resembli'sa highly finished andfnshly varuis:i-
ed picture, not bv any well-known mas'er, for the compo
sition to speak technically, b totally difTeient, though I
inuiK quite ns line, as any weal imaginary ol Ulaude,
Hobbiun, or Poussin. The varieties of g.een an- pirti-
culaily lovely, yt there is never too much; the ye is al-
ways relieved by masses of rock ofn dark purple or reef-
dish brown, which harmonie perfectly with the liehr
green tender.mos of darker colored grass Lady Chat'
tenons uamilet in tne Holilk of Ireland.
, From-the Philadelphia North American.
A. Turkish voclibuliry would bi a very convenient
thing for the readers of newspapers at the prrsmttime
when Turkish affairs are brought into special notice.
Many arc confused by the various terms which they find
in the papers; they read of the O'.tomn Porte the Su
blime Porte the Divan. Ate., without gaining any very
distinctideas, and' they either omit the orenlial news as un-
telligible, or content themst-lvps with a very superficial
acquaintance with it. Some of our readers may perhaps
be gratified with an explanation of several of the teims in
question although others will need no such information.
We therefore turn hastily to several works of reference,
and give the following.
- Sultan b the title of the Turkish despot. It is a word
of Arabic organ signify might'. The power of the Sul-
tan is hcrediiary,and knows no limit oxcept the precepts
of the Koran, and no restraint except the fear ol assissina-
tion. The whole administration, civil, military and rclU
gious, is at his disposal. .Grand Seiirnor is another title
by which he i3 known, The title Padishah.also belong?
to him. and is rcgardul in Turkey as highly honoiable.
j. ne. present o una 11 is lYianmouu 11.
Ottoman, the appellation given to the Turkish empire,
isderived from the name of its founder. Othman, Otto-
man, or Osman. e
. Ottoman Porte, or Sublime Porte is the name of the
Turkish government. The woid Porte, (Lalin porta, a
gate) was applied because this was the name given to the
gate of the Sultan's palace.
'Divan, the name of the supreme council of State. Its
original signification is a board, or low level. Its use
therefore corresponds nearly with bur use of Board for
Grand Vizier, the prime minister of State. On him
devolves thn nctual authority. He appoints to all civil and
military offices, and puts to death whom he pleas, s. The
word vizier probably comes frem the Latin video, to s,je.
Mufti. This is the title of the supreme judicial offi-
cer, and interpreter of the Koran. His officp cannot be
co npan d ivith any in the :;oveimients of Western En-
ope. His rank its next to that of the Grand Vizier if not
R.'is EfTendi, the Secretary of State. The word 'effrndi
is of modem introluciion and is a corruption of a Greilc
uora signilymg laid or master. It is oftt n ust d us a term '
I FoshsT-r.oi bashaw, -or pacha,"tho first being thernost
cor.eet. This isthe "ovtuoi o. u liij.kish luoviiu'e. Hv
isappointrd"hy tlielSuliau Oi Vizier, and. . m.icis.s gnai
power. "Tile moat distinguished have three ho. s. -tails
carried befoie thejn, the inleiior only t.vo." ,'lhe Uapu
dan (captain) Pushuw is the high uduiiiul.'
Mussulman or inosleiir iiiguili s, in the Tuikish Ian
guage, a true celiecer. ' t
From Dr. Channings letter to Mr. Clay.
-THE-DIGNITY OF THE LAUORER.
Who vcf stu Jus molitn istjiy uith any die, ititlft
discern m i: a st udy g oivitij; movi tin littuvs'jids out most
intertstmg result. 1 me.m towards the 1 1- v.jtion oi tut
laboring cl iss ofsoci ty. Tni is not a recent, ;iociJ ntal
tn.n in human ah'.i.s. We cm trac its beginning in the
feu laf limes, an I its slow a Ivauces insubsequt nt pi.nods'
until it has become the mast -r nioiement ol utfr agi. Is
it not plain, that thus- who toil with their hands, and
whose prod ictivv mJjstrv is tlirsp.'ngof all v:alth. tne
rising f.om the coalition" ot bjasts of bind n, to which
t.1" were once re 1 iced to the cons -lonsmss, intelligence,
self res,iect, utiJ proper happ ii-ssof mifi? Is il uol'tlie
stiongtenjency of our timi d tiuse among the- many.
miiOVfiut'UtsOnct-conhn Jt-j'hi Ie? 11' wboov.-, loaks
this his no I'oinpreiifiisiun it th g-'mt ivoik of Pioii-
nou. or ot tlie 'noalsiiimrt atari of his tun s: an, is
this an age i'ui fKi.ts to xunl an I perpttuat- au institu-
tion, the very obj ct of which' is lo keep dov the labor-
er, and to make him a machine for another's g-atific-.tion?
I know it has been said in reply to such views, that, do
whet we will with the liborer, call him-what we will, he
is and must be in reality, a slhve. The doctrine h:s been
published at thp South, thit mture has made two classes,
the rich and the poor, the employer and the employed.the
capitalisLaui the operative, and that the cIasswho work,
.n to all intent sieves to those in whosi services they are
engaged. . '
In a report on the mail, recently (tff-r d to ihe S.mate
of in; OailrfJ Stat--s an efTi.t was made to rstibl.sh re-
semblance b t.ve.'-n Slivery .inj th conlitian of free h-
boreis for the puipose of shu vinglhat tin sinles of dif
frence between th,.-in are not very strong. Is it possibL
thatsue.h reasonings scap J.f:om a m -ruvhu.has t.Tjd the
soil of N Av England, and was -dtic:iifd.atonTf her col-
leg -s' Wfio.n did he meet at that college? The sons of
her hboiers, young mt.il, whose h.mls had bem haden
ed by the pb'ij-h Das h n-t knaw, that the funilies
i of hboiers have furnished every deputment in life amon?
us witn HI istnni3 men, h ive l.irntsh -cl our h-roes iivar,
our statcsai '11 in council o ir orators intho nulnii in.l nt
the liar, our merchinla wh.ise ent rntis s i mb.-ji the
whole .nth? Wrnt I the lab rer of a free stat- a slave
an 1 ta be rank' d vith th -lespise.l tn jro. whom th hsh
d.'ives to toil, and ,vhos- deaiest rights arJ al thc'meicy
of irresponsible poiver? '
If I here be a tifin, independent spirit on earth, it is to
be found in the man who tills the fields of the free States,
and moistensthem with the sweat of his brow. I recent-
ly heard of a visiter from thd South, compassionating the
operatives of ourTnanufactories, as in a worse condition
than the si ive. What carries the young woman to the
mmufartory? Nut jrenerally the. want of a comfortable
ho ne, b it so-ntimps the desi.-e ol supplying heis If wrh
a war-l.-obd. whi.'h outfit to sitisiy tv.i noiint. anl oft n-
er the d sire of fumishiii in nore't'ian fee nt s yl the
hone wh-re she is to s-15'.ain the nea .-s' lelitious an J
perform th-mos. sacred duti a of life. Generally speak-
ing, each of these young women has her plan of'life, her
hopes and bright dreams, her spring of action in her own
free will and amidst toiFshe contrives to find seasons for
intellectual and religio-is culture.
It is com n m in S.uv K.-i -rl in-1 fnr i?... in nf rn rmprs
-..ii . 3 - ... . , .
io repair tain- urg-- ta.vus, m I lo esUblisl tn "iisfh'fs.ts
d jm-stics n funiliis, -i ron litiou w'u : i the smith will b
dispos -J to i J ntify with s! ivi-ry B it v!i it brin;3 these
young in -n tj th city? Tn' fioae ul earning in a sh irt-
ertimaasum .vim whi.-hti p'jich is..- t farm ut ho ne, oi
in the West, perhaps to beco.ne traJers: in i these voca
as a laborer to a firm -r, s n I ih-:i nt -ied ;i f irnil v as a '
dO'nestic: ana now -sth- h m ir.-.! issoe-i t. of th most n
1.3,11 ..e. nm u . ,evo.t-s n,.,,i 11 111 we nigj.-K sunpcis .
..,!... I ...II ." I.-. ... l.?.t. . I- . "i
ui im 11 anno isjui u IS mi" tiijtsj in'icii rx iiiiiuis u ne-. ,ij
rme tortile 1 13). 111? cl 153 '11 th most fi voluble legions,'
but the mt llir.-n
.'! i. s. t jj -ii tn iiiU3k 1 I vuiurir 1 e.y 1UMJ,
ijr-nc alr.u-J - s,ir,-a I thro'i.-h rttis el iss is -m
k,: ,l, , ,1 . ,, '" , 1 ,
bil'ht reliy.ol th in tel-,rlo Mtis . v.ihili'M
eain.sti.f a b
in tnstoiy, o' th 1 7.111011 n: tne m :ss of m n to tin. Ji
inly of hum m b ins.
on J tiotn. to s c:l.-e ev.-iv h I'll in heimr 'h-i iiiunisoi'nm-!
y not mi.v.q'1'ntlv ris ta cons'-l 'ration -auJ to U ' Proclanation
in their nLve o: r sid- nee is call d iv aftl ' I hav- a. Y (he Pr'-Slen, "f the Repubimof exas Whereas an
vthourht,niaiiviJiti iistin rush d iiike bwhror r:,:Ml??!,?i7io w "fJ 02"1" ,he mili;.'a.
-. . - . ; j .--a-- . i-4-iuric rre.mni in urbanize Hie m.llilil. in COninrnil'V
IrtV.ltlOIl Ot mill Who her 1,1 life bv lllin t hlinsi II wi h i-xis in . I iw . nrmriHev1 th-il nil nrticnr h. cloid .,. ih
tis th-guat mission of this wintry to forwa.d this ' u."npral tna . '" "' 'ns!'enr, meacn otthegeo,'raph c-il di-
1,..; .... 1 ., ... ii- 1 1. . vmons. poinied nal bv I w Of ihe co npanies of the B imdes
llulion, and n ver was a sublmier wo.k cuaiini.ti-l 01 :' i. .1.. rt.: ..k .1.. ..-. ..'. .?
-. ... ... , ... 1 ic-irtu.cijj iuv aj'iaiu, wi.u iui; iLiMuurc oi Ills suolteins,
1 nation. (Jae mission 13 to elevate so :i tythrou 'h 'ill ils-t will tcceive Hie votes fhstcnpinvfoi the can lidatesor :he
'fess '0 s ihstuur th rov.-r.-, sl nt , f ',,V3 0 lh ofirfi'-l ,n"fe' '"r a,ul make hi" r-,,,rn nn''er oatl1' wilie-Chief jViicc
..,,..,1,1 ... 1:... 1 1 ,".. .1 . 1 " 1 " ol'tlieto'iii v, wi'hin ihree davs after the huldin'. of the ele':-
spoasiblo ,MhyiJ ...Is u p ov that .. t popuh. msmu- j , Am, ;.' h., hc t e dn,r:,r,he CM.rj wic- t"f wlrd
Menu the peopl 111 lybeoarn .1 fj w.itl thatti. multitude-j ihm wi i,fm d lay, -o the Adjutant Gen rel,a ihese,M f sov-
vhu mil in ciptlil of enjoyiiu th tuibl st hlessK" ol ernaien ; wh 1, w ih the a sistance ol" the Inspect ir G-ne- 1,
he social est :te. Tn lin in Jtce. th it laboi :s 1 de 'iada- ' :'11:1 re"-''in .'he mm b-r ,T vote fo- e ch candid te.and pub-
tinii, one of the worst prejudices h.nl-.d do vn Irom bar
. ,.:,. i- 1. 1 1 1 . .
barous ages is to receive here a pr.ictic.il. refutation The
power of liberty to laiseup the whole people, this is the
reat idea on wJiich our institutions rests and which is to
be wrought out in our history. Shall a nation, having such
1 mission-abjure it, and even fight against the progress
vhich it is specially called to promote?
Rich and Pour The Difh .tsuiE 'Whatever
.-o.iiautic e-iuhust .sis may all gi; lo the conti.try, theie- is
nothing like a .eli endow d pockit to elicit a man's.istUa-
iliti-s. It b.-ins them out likj a fine va niih. ' Your
icn folks are si I ways si rsp clabl.- so inteitgiit so
ev.-iy thing thit is co.niiantori .ble both at home utiJ
..l.'.i!.:." 1.". . .. . . .1
iuiuaa, 11 is yo-ar poor ue vi 1 otny mat ur.i it. ills S"lCll o IJ j
notions 01 tilings is so unsa-i il sa vulir.u sonjto.ious
foi his mildewtd moial.tj, and incalculable resoutces of
non-paymi nu 1 011 sol iLra.or never find a rich man in
tne black hole, or airing his 1 1 bows in the court vatd ol a
jail; no, he is to met witn in the selrcti d tuunts where vice
never dares to sliov hf r face at court, at clubs in my
lily's d. awing room, or at my lols leut m 1 coiilio-
veitible fact, which, whil it s tthstlu iju stewed inesn '
perioi morality of th weil liy, accounts I'oi an J iiistili -1
thi ir reserve to.vaids their imoreT hi thr 11 ijut in s v!
nothing of his moral infeiiouty, what pleasure. 1 should ,
like to view, can a rich man tlerixe from the company of
1:1... . ..... .. -.i . r .. -i
a poor one. lo laugh at his jokf 3 is out of the question,
lor who ran relish humor that is not endorsed respectabili
ty. 'If he tells you a fact, ten to one itis .1 fiction, for pov
erty is the mother of invention; he cannot rivet vour at-
tention by any piquant small scandals about your "mutual
friends, which is the very silt ol 3-our convers ition, no-
thin r being moie ninaikable than the nliciliir ith
which we listen to the abuse of ow iicouaiulmicis.iid ihe
dulcet strain in wmch we pit loith our I montraiicisof
'come, now, this is leally 100 bad, 1 re-ally cinnut sit still
and hear all this.' evidently ml nliii" tln'-i. bv tcmi.-o-i .
age the speakei lo go on. Th" pooi man cannot serve up
my sauce niquante of this sort: .nd as for his darincr to
round off a joke by poking you in ihe ribs, or winking
kiio'.u'ngly at you with an ari-h half shut eye those fa-
miliar exptdrnts. which lend such ii ri sstible i ff ct to
purs-proud diollery why he uould 11 j mo e think of
; taking such Itbi rty thmol tal.mgtht -n on a n itch's
, ...w v ...".., .. ... .' i.u... ioos ue .is ,
. dull a doo- as he u 11 .Innav.l ,in .inrl sii.-h h m.r it..
1 - r ---.. ...0 .. ..
cas. what wonder thata resp.cubl citizen makes a point
of k.-eping the whole fiat' rnity at arm's I nth, aid n-'
stutiinghirns If loth sociuyof his mo.. il and more en-
lighlt n d equals B-'arkiroa l's Mipizine.
A young lady with .vho.n I w .s .toti'iaitited u.13 mar-!
Tied during the time 1 wis tn ie anl the nurriige paity!
wmt .: short tour. O.i tn ir rtturu when within a Ami- I
mil, s of the city they order "d lh. d.ivei orihe earritici to
put his hors sto, thtthey in.ght p ocn s, he .. pli d m it
h woul I take th in no fu.thr--. On 1 1 1 j 1 i 1 : 1 ; i-,to t ii-
eaus" of his r fds I, h s:id thit he hal not b."tn it..,t d
iisagentlemm; thatthty helltil n ivite ra.-aU 1 ve v
1 I I 1 . .! .1 L? . .L . . 1 . . . . -J
, ( him very ill. and h
uav. tin 1 n'tu int asx- ti nmi to 'n 1 mie: that th v h id its
.vo.iIJ diive- th m 110 Lrther.
33r '7e rcaaftorfoud to ar.MCcoo General J'SLIX KTjSTO
fe a car.dUatu iur tnuoliii-e of .Major General oi'thu militia of thd'Ro
3 (-'ul- C.'KULL. is a cjndidaie for Mnjar Geaeral-uf ih- mi-
Uua. ' april 10 1
jV'eaie authorized to announce Col. H II A JVlolilrtT. N
candidate kr ungadier gtueral 04 ttit ursi bngnde.
apm U 1'jy-u ,
Kf We Lie ..mhorizei! to Ennounce Cul. HENRY MILLARD
.- a candidate lor ibe ulfice of Major Uential ol the militia.
Jj-rte oie aulliuried 10 an. ouiire Col. S1UNEV SuER-
AtA as d tdiiuia'ite lor rn..jor eueral.
S-feBren Iionz .. luauuuuucti Oapi. JHukhAndrcw, of La
ejrdujje, h'aj tile cuutny, asa candidate lor bnguu ei Gkncia:,lor ihe
.ri ur.t:iue, 1 .u mtltua, w.io will be suppuned by
juiy fl) w21lt iIA. VOliaS. -
uWc -i- auiliorized to announce Col. Alexander 'tsomcitell
sa cudmaie lor tiic; oihce oi Bri dier eienerol oi ihe lit Bn-,
udc, 1 exa- milKia. . . 8HJti-it
'T Private Board.
JL HE s'ibscriber has. takuii ilie old and well known stand o(
C. j,i. Joepn Tuyloi, in G.ilveinin, and niode peiuiunent ar-
rntigeuieiie. Ijr lendcimg it every 'Vay'a deirubieluimelotra'v-
ellera ..u.f rci lent bodruers. The M.nanou is elt-Vaied, pro.s-
pecuve, airy, qui.:., and conveniem'to business. Tlieu-bie will
besuppliedwiih vesei'..bles Irom NeOilean-, UuUs.on, and
iliccuuar'; iintl the choicest vi nds, tol., anl tih Imm ibis
u.aike. U. IL MUNi.US. '
Galvestun, June 4 . vrfl 1-if
T3.LL persvinsare forewarned 1mm pnrrhasing certain pieces
i uiilii.iiy -.enpr, Dav-bleiome, nauiolv: one piece, aNo oil, fur
7UI 41) -udi.iil by A Brighani; ano her, No 9a, for S39.-.53,
ix-uedby.Nl jurPoe; ihe sai- pieces b-ingtoi or s.oleu.
Chaj B BAM&TER
Galveston, Angqjt 21. - w-4't2
PRcpitiltc of Texas County ot Harriaburg.
ROBA l'E Cotrrt, Sep.'ri, 83!). OuoC.Sackjnm having
:hisd..y bled bis petition on oath, praying for the appointment
of curator tu ihe vatanl succession ol James Gobbsti, deceased,
Notice is hereby given tu all yersnnN interested, that if any op
position to ineappoin mem ne iutenacn, tne same intiM nemaae
within ten days,i the end of which tiinethepe iion will be ac-
ed u on.
By order of H HUMPHREYS, Judge ol" Probate
July 10 W.S--222 J A SOU THMAYii,
Deputy Clerk ol Probate
' I sOWi Luis and other Property lo be Sold al Public Auc
JL tio,t l'he subicnbsr h viiig mad: :.rfngeme tsiore-
iiiove West, will on ihe -1st day cl c'ibjr next, offer fur sale
..iiiib 'ie aiie.i'in, in Ihe.own ol"Lib.ry, ell bis proper y in
sjkl'.own, coaMSiing of twelve Vahiableinnerbaildiiig lo.-s, two
of which navecumtoru.bledwelliiig-erecied thereon.
A.'so,.at ihe same lime andphee.-jvill lie sold ib well known
place in Wesi Lib ny, the late r.idciiceofS Kirkti.ixa, Eq.,
cou'iis.ing oltnrce lii acre lots under fence-aud calTivasiou,
wiih a good dwelling, kitchen, and nut-houses;' tcge.her with a
fine stock of bogs, larming utensils, &e&c.
The subscriber will also offer lor ?ale all his household and
kitchen Furniiure, bidding, c. " 4-
Tcrms Oae-fourih ol thi purchase mon.-y down, one-fourth
iii'-ix n onih-., anlhe bab.nce ip twelve months, with lien on
the pi openy nil final payment. ,
. , E. LIGHTLE
Lib.T y, sepf 5 ' wfi-J2G
PRtpub'icof Te asCona'y o- li mbarg.
Rf BA Tii Cour , Scp.emb.-ra, IH39.-Wn.kins Clay h:,V-
iiiK isd-.yili'cdhNppiiiion nn ojih, pr yin lor die aproini-
meiii of curator to the Vacint succession ol Jahn I uim,decea-,ed,
Notice i3 hereby given to all whom it may concern, to file objections
to hia appointment, if any they intend, within ten days, at the end
ol which time the petition will be acted upon. By orlerof
H HUMPHREYS, Probate Judge,
tept 10 w-2-222 J A SOUTHMAYD, "
JJeputycIerK Probate court H C.
Republic of Texas County of Harribur?.
onTE C iun, August term. Sen-. 8.h. 183). No'.iee is
nereoy given id -in perstin lnieresteuyiuai John rtlexr. ew-l-.ii.ls
as-hisdiy, in open cour-, file! his pe ilion m.der oath,
pr ymgf.ir he .pp liii.meni-or'cur.torto the vcmt succession
of J i ep:i Re IX, deceaed; and that il any pposi ion bi i.itend-
cd, ihes.mvj mis. be made to the Pr.ib leCaur. f.ir ihe county
nfurcsaid, witbia ten dajs from th pub'icauVn heieof, at which
time the petition trill be acted upon.
Bv order of Hon H HU3IPHREY5. Jntlm?
scpflO W2-222 J A SOPTHMAYD, Pep Co. Clerk
P Republic of Texas County ot Harnsburg
koeite Codrt, August term. Sept t,-839. Notire is herehv
,.v-'1? ."' 2" T? "'? tv.c " '.hv WiJIiam Lawren.-e has
. ihisrt-.vhleU his p-'MMnin ihe Pn.biteCimrt for hcuunlv a.
fores iid, priving to h associa.e'4 with Mr- Prantes Lviich, as
ad'ni is'intortolhesii.-cession of Nathaiiiel Lvn h, dec-ased;
endtha-if anypposilion to theappointm;n b; intended, the
Siine must b' m de wilhin ten days, al the end of which lime
the pe ilio i willhe icied upon. - .
Bv ordf r of Han. H HUMPHREYS. Judee
..1 ...r .-!.. .. : J ..... n r.. r
s-ptirw2 222 J A SOUTHMAYD. Deu. Clrk
Now, there f i e, b; i knjwn. .hat I. vlir b'au B Li-
l in r, Presiileni .if ihe Repib ie, order thi-the rganizeinn of
thec.impanies ol mili.ia in all the ctein ies ef the Republie-be
r.jm i,. ed ,or Uwi-h, aa -he returns ,.f .hi m mer rollsmnde
im. te ea lor uwisu, ana -he returns ut thi m mer ro
itit -b!e tu my procl i mlinn, which wis issued oi he27th
J -'- -iii -.. ... w. .. . uv "- n- ut tit 'aiu
-i'Plee tary ac. And it is further oMered in fiilillment ..r
s-i 1 net h.ris-iid, hT .in 1 re ion shall bi n-li in ev-v e.im'pa-"
n.b. , hn..igh..i th-R.-p Wi-.far.he .Ifi.-e i.f .V..V Otwr-
' i' "t Fcbnnry, in lec-irdir.ce wi h Hie provislen oi he said
id nt mili.id, ..n the 2D MOND Y IN NOVEMBER uex':
.nul at thea:neiimean'.-lertiiin will b' held fur one Brigadier
ih-es .fMainr G neial, and Bi?'dier Genei 1. -ir.d B i-'ade
ii'" n'res'it' ior generi'i inioim nun.
The else ion fur Jh fi-ldjmV-s ot" the Regiments w:ll bs
oidejed as scon as complete le.urns of the companies "arc recei-
ved. RIIRBHAU B LAMAR
By the President. .
SIDNEY- JOHNSTON, Secretary of War.
S-rtee'ber 1. ' wl-221
5j-Tiie Red La der, iheTexiEmiiran:,th? M t.gnrdaGi-
z 'it-- will givo the fb .ve four insertion', and forward iheir ac-
counts in ihe War Depir.ment.
WO of the lestbiil'ins, silmted on Main. street, "nd in a
ctntral par nfthiscij. Als.i on? Heiise, situated on Cotirt-h-ns
squire; onehoise md fun- L)N, situated in.F Ost own,
b -l.iwtl.e Arsenal, which N a b: uiifnl residence for a rriv te
I mily. hi d if n w ren'ed foe 85 per mon b; aci' one.,Lo , wi h
a lr-1-ll. t. 1 ci im n.t nnlhff h.n'.-f fllii-Tt irti A 11ir ntiiitli
:...':'.. . - j"!- "..w.i."
I'ID- -olrt I .w, larcjsii or n-7'oes.
SL- 1 12
CSWe are reunested to announce col E. Morehouse as a
c-ndidate for Brigadier General of'the 2nd Division, Texas
GALVESTON & NEWO:;LEANS
Steam Packet ( QLUMBIA. The su-
erinr si earn ship Columbia, Heimr
Windi.b, master, will in luinrc- pvil'orm
hree trips each ni'on.h between Gaiv'es
ion and NewOrlean. The Columbia
J '"complee oxdei, and has aelivo and experienced officer- on
c 11 handsomely aciommodaie ViO c-.biri ..rid Tft
TheCo.umbia will leave each place asTfollows:
Galves'on, each month, .... 8th and 22d.
Xsvr Orleans, do do - . - .. . lit and 15th.
Tor freight or passage, the prices being the same 'as hereto-
fore apply to ALLEN & M'CULLOUGH,
July 1 d71-tf 'w211-if Agents,' Galveston. ,
r'p " Notice
JL he partnership between the sub-crib-'rs, lormerly doing bu-
siness under ihe name of Jac son ct S.ifl", has bseu dissoiitd.
- Mr J-ikson is alone authorized lose tie the busincssnl the late
'"m - Atlp.'itonsinneb.ed, arc requeued 10 m.ke immediate
F P1"-"01'';"''"; anilibose havin-deuuinds, 10 present ihe same
ALDEN A M JA;KS.iN
august 9, 18 J9 d(J-13(i w 3-223
THOMAS R STIFF
"tidn his own
, Prompi an I earelul attention will bs giuen-to all consien-
lilt i -, UUUUIC U-lll ilUVilUUCO UJdllC.
Vutl har.dlze W1 rectived.ou storag', o forwarded to a-
1 .. .- j !..... . ' iucu 10 a-
ul ucsit;uati u uoiiii iu iuc luieiior.
august 9 dl2-142 'v3.'3 ALDEN A M JACKSON
i)A BBLS. rei-tified whiskey
4jJ iObbls NEnul minim
20 sacks CuIm cuflee
30 doz old adira wine
JC'b ixes Muscat wine
uuu;s American Dtandy
20 do cid-r vinegar
5 boxes oney dew 10b ceo
20 doz brown sherry
OLbls Turks M.iml sal 20p,ckvges d,so.tedcl.nhinz
3:1 pieces o .Ucn ne o clo h, I package Cermad '. cks
I0i.f iin-' eleb.acd cation gin, 30,000 ft ass ned lumber
ouisKeis caampaigne wine
o e.inoaa: ancnors anu cnaius
A mi ii i y rrumingu'ensilt md ; nil i-wre
K. ps ilt-, anl ihermilitiry e'lnipiueu.s
l.csiib-s ? v rie.y ot uihei arllrl'sjur sale on cor.sisnms-.it, low
'or e .-h. by ALDEN A. M. JAC SO,
eP! 10 dG-133 u3-2i3
BALE Rape rnd B ssin. for sale b.-
WYNNE i BACHFXDER.
sen. 1 1. (CO ISO
wihce, up-siairs in C,ruerS4orVljtVlliew b)ildiiij,-Jmmc-
dialeltoverene cine oceuieMesJer41anL"6tlftige. S!
v lifiEEKiaVCi-S - $& '-. J
Hons David G Bnrnet.1aEes.Webb and James-J? Starr, Mr
NmhMiilclASi.i7v.ftiTr.il Aniin. - " -" " ?& or'
Messfs fleosCiW & Rogers, Loyal Case, Jq-rifOriesSI - .1
A. be surviving meinbefs ul the. Expedition in" the late Gener-
al JoscAotomou MexLr, deceased,.; gainst Tampn n, in tbelall ,
ol 15, ire rcque-.ted to report tbcir.ndmcs, and preeiit places.
lit" iheir residence, by letter or otherwise, io" ihe Uiidetsj($ned;iri
this ciiy, as i ui ly-as tuure-.ieui;Wd,if poiblebtore ihe cool
me.iLt'ui.ntOl u.e sesio. ol the nexv Coogrets of ihU P.epnb- .
lie, ii Nove.i.ber nexi; stjiingiu.ibeir.repon, lherespec.i've .
cuipany io which they belonged, and the name and rank of the
othcer coiainaiidiug the same; 'alsulheirowrTraaK-
GEO. FISHER,- j
- Late StcrcUnrlosatd Exzt&itimtt
.Houston, 31sL Aug. 1837 " w3-22
N B. The N-w Orleans Picayune will give this three In-
sertions, and lotward ihe account tiflhe Telegraph1 for collec-.
VV . yr.'U'Farlin, Ata
orneyat Llvr, is the unlv person antho-'
rizea 10 ciuse 0111 ousiaess. 1 nose nouung claims agams' us,
will please f.eenl them to him for payment; and those" owing
us, are again earnestly -uliciied to make piynieni, as-longer in-
dulgentecannoiaiid wilfnot be giving -
"" - &AILEY, GAY &. HOXEY
W. slington, A ugnsi 14 . , ,tV.2 -tf
tliimt'F'S ciALE By Virtue-of au. execution tu med'rect-
O ed by the lion, the tlistricf Conn in and for lhe.coiimy 6f
Lituny, 1 have lrviett upon and will.expofe ai publfc-'silr'at
thj cour hoase door, in .he'towu of Liberiyjon tne'lirst' Tues-
day in October in-xt a'negro boy, Jim, about ScTyeirtfof age,
levied upon as the proper.yof Joseph Dugat,dece.sed.-to sat-islysaidexeeu-ionin'tavorof
Wm M .Logan, against "Pierre
Blancheiand arj C Blanche!, administrators- orjosepb Iju-
gat, deceased; sale within the hours prescribed by law. Terms
cash, par money r ' 1 .
3 W HARDIN, Sheriff s
Libert v, Aug 27'w4 2 44 Lib.riy connty
OrlcKlt'K'o ALE Byvirtile ol an execution iou.e dueet-
O ed by ihe hon. the District Ciutfin ind for tKe county of
L:b?r-y, 1 have li vied upon and'will exjosc al public sale at
the court honse door in .be town 01 Libert, on the first, Tne.
day in Ocitber next, all the right, title, interest csUclainfof
Jno Htilfman inland to the steamboat Pioneer, (tate Branct'JT
Archer) losether wi hjier I2tkle"uncl't -mi. ore, asshenow lie;'
in Ol I riverrtiearlheiesidencp'rRi'b Wf-emous-, levied Upon
as the propel ty uf 'ihe said John Huffman, to sMisly scid'x-
ecutions,one in favor "bf John E H5s--,-and otieiinJavp'r,o!.Ri bt
Atkinson, rerins, cash. Sale vi'hin .he hoahrpreScribui by
Umt. " ' ' ,B W HARDIN, Sheriff'
L.be ty; Aug 2T w4-S24 Xiberty county
Republic of Texas Couniy ol Harrisbiirg:
s Court, August 3I-.V 183!). Samnel'B Eves hav-
J. BOBeTE I
inlhisd v filed hisne.ition on oath, nravin? for' apiToiniment
oi curator to the vacant successien of John Cunningliam,deceas- ,
ed,-noiice is hereby given lor all per-ons intended to come for-
ward within ten days, and file i-bjeclions, if anv they intend, at
which time the petition brapplicant wi'l bactrd pon.
By order of HUMPHREYS, Judged
sept 4. wa-331 J-A, SOUTHMAYD. Pep, e, cleric
A Notice w,
LL persons having- claims : gainst the estate of N. WinTer
Smith, late o'f ani-barg county, -deceased, are riquested to
present theifi duly Authenticated;" and those indebted, are Te- -quested
lo make payment, to A RAMSEY, k1 3-
sept 4 w3-222 A. K BODMAN, Houston'
. TO COLLECTORS OF REVENUE.
TREiSDttT DEPiBTMENT, ).
Honton, Sepl. 2, 1539.
DELINQUENT Sheriffs, County Clerbs.xdssessors, andolh-
cr. employed in tlie ci.llerlion of the revenue, from whom
annu lor qu.ir, etly reimnCshall be due, and nor teccived'in
this.Dep.rirnen' on ihe 10 h day of Ocio er'i.et ,are rnoiifled
hat Ihe penal ies of ihe law will be niumptly and rigutlv enlor-
iptiy and rieut
eed agiiinst hem
sept 4 w4-"2j3
-'ccretajy of the Treasury
Jl Small Farm to Let.
THE undersigned, being about'to .remove jo .
A nn.l.. n.lnU a Ia .tin -.InHn t ft V t Jl H Fl
au-tiii, wisucs in ici iuc -lauc, tuaniiaiiv,; oil
which ha has lived ibr eiphT vears. 11 i& fifriisanllv sinl-
ated near ihe riier San Jacinto.- md.iri view of iheI4atile-
Ground."" Tne inipr wemeut ?re comtonablefor aspiill jam.'
ily To a good len Vt, if will beTrmled ontc;iy lejm: "For
f-irtherpatlie-ulars, inquire at this Office, i.rol the undersigned,
nn the premises. ' ' DAVID G BUR'" ETJ
sept 4 . Wt20-trbr3in232
T- . Town of Saartvmtl t " . 7"
be drawi'nz for thrLits in.the abave. named lo'wrTus unavoi
dably postponed until Monday, the 30th day uf September next,
.when it will lalie place as bef oread vertised, nnder thesuperm-'
tendanceand m n-s.ementof C'.l James. LoverTGen.A,.v Jpfin'
ston. Majir A3 Brigham,and WDougla.ss"'Lee, Esq, in t)ie
town'of Ho is on: at which lime and jl ce all tne sh-re holders
are mvi ed t latiend. when.each of them will receive ihe Lots
lo which .hev in v bj emiiled, acconlins to the numbers drwn
augus. on wi-.-a jihis fKUlfKtisiUriS
Caution - ' 1
nr. nnblic are e ution-d nor,m rrcde for twanote. eiven,br
Peter Fohrand A r. tun io Loci, men, imIavorol!GevreeV Dol-
son, foriwelve'hnndtedjud filiy. dollars esclvdMedlSan-AnjCr -nii't,
July 29 li, 183:, i'Ee"pay.'b''irttvrelve, Jnd ibe eiherihlS
months afieni te; s;.id notes were" eh aihcd, by fraud, iu'd w-e J
wiirnot pay lbem'iinlil compelled by la. " ,
N B Geoijji M Dol-i.n isnol-Ku.horizeirto lectipeldr nor
receiCesny m nevIiieto-the Bowje. House Taiejn, fo merly
kep by GeorscJI Dolsan ci.Co, iu fhe .own of San'ATi onfo.
S.inAntoni, , Aug.) ni TU
tievr Store. - " ,
dv T F Brewer, Woodward s. Bnildinir, Main street, cn-
posite,Long roB", Hou.-lon, havejnst received,and'are nuw 01 en-
dlery, luruiiure, wooden-ware; fancy guuds, &cl AH of wnich
liive-Dicnsslected wi.h grearcare, . suit mis market, Mud will
be said -he.-p for cash. I ' STEPHEN BREWER! "
auK 15 wtl!).tf V.JF'UNCIS- ,(Wtr ?1
S1O0 Rexcara- i s TT
TOLENorranawayfrom my pi ntalion, on'ihe Colorado
liver, leh-miles EboveXJiIumbiis,'oii the 10th insi. a negni'giilf "
Minia, about "ixteen years of (Sge, ra'her darj, down look wbea
spoken to, small month, her under lip sticks om rather more ihah
euiuman she carrfed awaywith her one red calictTdres one
whi e niusliirdress, .njd one blue domestic. I,wilf give the-a-b-.vu
reward farsaid ne'sro andjhief, ir stolen; ortweni'five
dollars for her, delivered tomefat my planatian, orlo
. Aug 28 w3-221 ' W-HidECRfcST
Grace Cottage fa Sale ----
e subscriber offers for sale his beainifnCResirjencv' .in
L !F HpfV
in from; two a lery rpami in th' rearr 10 by "10 fee"wiih 'hfet
uyy.t ittxj 11, U14111115 lour r.uwri jii 111c irouraweinug; toejirooie
sealed and painted; .he dining-room i 8 by 24 feet) sealed and.
paiuied. AlsJseveral neat J;i'chen,,wi Ji btick chimneysf sta-
ble, oven, & a good wrnrfM in front of (he house, and sieam-
bjats land at all lim-s. A hands ime Garden,- with fruit trees,
summer house, &c. Alsjan excellent Field, of 6acres,whieb.
has prodhced two good crops of corn.'metons, &c a plenty.-uf
wood;. the wholcunder g-od palidgs and.fmcesJhe'proper-
ywill liesoHagivatbirgainlu anyone whoAiay-wish soJdei
sirahle a residence.. For further' in formation? raqufreX'of'An-
drew'BrisCoe.'Harri'b'ir?, no " - --srtess- i
BENJ .F H'ANNA, on the premises. -1
Forte m-, apply to" AD .MjJ&,HARKld, ?
aog ist 2j J4-1 13 w 12 230 VMairi sr, Houston
X JHE imilersigned havine bei n nDDointed Curator of the va
-- - -- - ". MIIVUV.1, ubviyivui wi niawtw uaiiug
demands against said succession ore hereby notified to present them
Cant SUCCeSflTnn nf Wntrpn .1 lTifnKll r)nrnMeaA 1)eaTrina htnnit
uuj uuiueuucuieo aceoramg it law, io J tv uuiiUibi
Curator of the succesaion of W-J Mitphell, deceased
angnst 21 w4-22li
I - 'Notice. "
Uil undi-Tsigned having been appointed Cmator,ofthe va-
ennt surctssioii ot John O Moore, deceased, alt ptrsonii .bavuida
rinndaa.-ainstsaid succession, are hereby noufied.to,"presSnt.ll4eai
dulyaullieniiealed accor in? io law, to" C W BUCKLET,
Curatorof the uccsa-Kiu o'.J OaToorej deceased
a-Jgu-st 21 - n-2il'
T.T - . BENJAMIN C. J?ttANKLliV !
LJ-avino rcsisnid the office of Judge of the 2nd Judicial District,
will practice Law in the several Courts of the Republic nf yews, hi
connexion wuh WILLIAM W. FRANKLIN, Ksq. . Communicii-
tions addressed to B. C. &, V. XV. Franklin, ar iho city ,of Calves
ton.orlcftin Houston nt lhpnflipanr HpnrvHnmriir.'vs.EBo.'Cnief
Justice of th.i county of Harnshu-ir. aiie 21 w.'IS-li.
"l " t trcr tlHti A tin "
HE subscr.beis having been 'appa.utal By Dr J R Rowand of
Phdad Iphia, agents in ihisjiart ot 'IVxas, for the sale ol his'celcbra-
ted Me.hcui -s, beg leave lu m'orm th - trade that they have received
a large supply of Rowani's Tome Mixture, which 11 with con fiJenee
rtjcommenUHl as ous of the moat infall.ble remedies ivcr used for the
cure of fever and ague. - f .
.They hive also a supply of Dr Row'and'a Alterative Extract, a
most jud'ciouspreMrat.i-nofSarsapanlIa,snd useful in the cure of
that lon; list of d'seasastorw ichit has'silong beenlamous. -Als.i,
h.s Vermifuacrfor removing wnrm?,all of which are warrant
ed (jenuiae and will be sold by wholesale, at Phtladrlph J prices, with
addition of epjns!3 and exchange for-Texas money'
Galveston, August 10 w8 224
T"HEs bsenbers haine heenannoiuted sircnts for the Hamilton
I steam sa.w mill, will receive orr'ers (or every description of Ium-
'tr. toh- deLveredai ihe city of Houston at short notice.
f.h H 191-tf JACKSOS. STIFF.
(4. t A iood Bargain-
liHil The subscriber offers to sell cheap for cash,' his private
dwe'l'.ins, newlv fini-bed, well, calculated ci her for a private
re idence or a baardins hme, unated on. Iltecc-rnercf Wash
iicto' snd F r h street, being lotKo 1 in bloek'N- 15.. '
tuy31 d42a w-14-323 D HARRiSOW ''
D1111-1..U you, siiuaien two mites Dtvwjfcm bu
sev-ii iiK-ii.uc cny ulu a iou,, inennprove.i
a Dwell n2-h.Tnse.2Obv 24 fe-l! wTth!a-'ien'lo;
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