Telegraph and Texas Register (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 33, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 14, 1841 Page: 4 of 4
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ONSTABLE'S SALE. By virtue or an. execution, issued by
.Stephen Ricbfirdrono,rf iuMJceiof the peace, in and for thejrj,
Jin n3d blot
pnruan n insr. iiurr inMniim hi iiuuiil
. ..cQHEEHEaD.&CRAWFORDihnvejnstrecciteindditioa to
... lOthdrJbrpeTStock,the.foltow'goo'.Tir:.CoUitt3 fcCo'. ax-
es, Kent hammers, hafchelSitniyesandforkibulcher.knivcra-'
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.
i 'sit-.ftV.lir -.,- -
-33Y.-jUUg H,WJ-i ui as.- i
' v-Cir4-iJLi--.) m- wm.
-"JMDMINISTRATOR'S SALE. By-vutueiflf. an ' order ot sale .
tr granted by the horn probate court of Harris counryandlome '
. s-directwillte exposed to sale atlheeourt:hoosedoor-in the city
joofi Hoiuston j on'Saturday.' 26th- mot, to the1 highest-bidder at public ,
Uouttry; between the lawful hoursof ale,'onecertificateyoronB trird .
qioft league Of-lahd; belonging to the estate of John Flandersylate of '
2aid couniyp Terms on the day. ' .r-r 'ALLEN-VINCE; ."
c 'juneStt-wtd8-29r''-' '"' - "'- ' " 'Administrator.
JTfceabovc salals postponed until .Tuesday, the 20th of July next,
.' when it will take place according to the above adve rtisemen t. 'i
y" Lli- persons indebted tpthe estate of.HiramTaylor, late of i
,jffiJF67t'Bend;cdunty,'dec'd;-iU''plea$e make'jmmediate set-
.' tlemenith the nriders5gned;orC'Basse.i; Richmond. '
""Those having clalinsjwill present 'th'emT duly "authenticated
wiihinthe-.Umeprescjribjgliy law. "D W'C "HARRIS, I
a-.jnne-lDw.3t'-282.Ta,&' Administrator. s;
"(TOTICE. Letters of administration on the estaje of Mitchell
JJH &cft7deceMed,-haVirig been'gr-rited by Ihe probate court of
"cibe northeraurviiBnof Libettycounty,-on:the28th day of Decem-
ber, 1840,- to Charlotte Secreat, no'tice is herebygiven to all persons '
-ihdebtpd -d'the estate of said Mi'Secrest,' deceased, to- make pay-
cTcent, and- all. those' having claims' against aaid1 estate to present
.-lh'em'duly authenticated.within the time prescribed by Iaw,-or they
jwaiheharred.- l -CHARLOTTEiSECREST.'Administratrix.
-iu'3wartwontfHayg4,'1841:i."c; - " -jane 9 w6tpd-291
TVTJTICE ,1s; hereby given, that I have filed a' final.amount.of.roy
'iLri administratioh'on the estate of James, Hanee deceased, and
"will at the June term, lB'of the'prbbate court, apply for a discharge
from the same. June 3,:'18U. ; je9 w3t-291 H. R. ALLEN.'
A' RUNAWAY NEGRO was committed to the Jail in Libeny
county about the first of ..November, who rails himself Charles,
.and says'he belongs ' to Capu OiTord,- formerly . of .Nacogdoches.
Said negro is about 18 years old, S feet high, rather spare, and very
jblack. TThe owner is requested , to come forwanl, prove property,
p'ay'charges, and release him from jail, or the law will be enforced
" -May 5 w-286 ' ' ,B. W HARDEN, Sb'ff. L; C,
TTN. SHEET IRON, AND COPPER MANU-
AMcGO WEN, carries on the above business in all its varieties,
in the City ofHpuston, Nos. 8. and 9.Long.Row. where he
rwuTfill 'all orders from the country on the shortest notice,-and at
- rates as ' low as similar work can be had in the States. His materi- '
alsaro all imported directly from England, and are of the very best
.oualityj'supenor in every respect to any that has ever before been rif-
. tired m this market; He has now on handja.large" assortment of '
v.uheiiairsa'of'bia own manufactory, which' country merchants and
..-general'dealers will do well to eiamine, before theypu'rehasaabroad.
ilMay.'l&H.' - i '' ' ' ' may 5 wly-286 P T
A "Accommodation for TRATELLERs.-The'Bukscriber,
-Mail Contractor.frdm. Austin to Houston, has at considerable
.exp4nse,"estabUshed a line ol COACHES for the benefit of the pub- ;
lie between the two places. ;His carriages arexeat and' substantial,
ond'team's:aregoqd.andtrosg.!lA limited number of passengers
'only will be taken; and heUiopeefrom the accommodations which
he intends to cive, to receive the jiatronage of the public.-" !
- 3tme.wtf-290 '. ,,T " M.F. JANES. '
.LIFE; PILLS AND PHCENIX BITTERS,
. ' 1 , inEtji.cnBE"poB ', '
AGUE &,FEVER,JPILES, RHEUMATISM, AND
General-debilityof the system,
Tl'NDMN ALL CASES, of costiveness, dyspepsia, .bilious
XJL or liver affections, asthma, settled pains,- obstinate head-
. aches, unhealthy appearance of the skin, the sickness 'incident
to females.inddicate health, every kind of weakness of;the di-
irestive organs. And in all general der.-inppinpnKj.nfh.altK1
' ithefe' Inedicines'-h'aveiiivaf'ably proved a certain and speedy
'remedy. , , ., ' j"'" "'.-' :
. -!I!EKeriare invaluable in a southern climate, where the system
becomes enervated; and relaxed, as th'e'y will restore vlgerou.s
VJiealthMo tfie'tnost relaxed constitution's.-
r J-lA'-single'Jrial-will place theLifeMedicires beyond tbe'reach
orcbjnpetition, in the estimation of every, patient. ' ,
;,The'l0e'rierai Agent' for Texas being.c'esirons of introducing
Mhefe' invaluable medicihe-j to nniversahuse in this 'Republic;
: will rnal-ivpTtrjGit from the Medical Manual, a book published
expressly tordisseminate.the testiihbriials given in their favor. '
- . JStEMARKS rOF.xTHE.PUBLICr PRESS.
'Ampng-.tbe manyadv,ertised?medicines of .the day, there 'is
,-none'inbre justly celebrated than. Mofal's Lifc'PUls and pXte-i-mx-Bitters.
, WhereverJntwdBcallhey'have given entire sat-
isfaction, and their virtaesonlywanttotb'eImore extensively,
i known.to render, them a' universally approved medicine. We
2are,noMn the habbit of puffing1 to con'tribpte tothe venality ofj
Vquacks for;a'a6uceu'r; nand Tiare no ,'faitb,ji their, cure-all nos-:
iromsJ -BntMrJ-Monat's'rnedicines.area'diTere'iita'rticIei his
pills are a good;cathahicnd')he'l'ra;ao."ex'cellent tonic.!
We.kri6w ihemito. beiso fio'm'experien'cef 'having used them j
ourselves 5n our lamily,-"and so conftdent are ,we"o'f their eflTca-i
icythat,'althongh-we",naVe no"anthtirity to 'do sb;. we will wafA
-rsthrtrgiviiig"satisiactiQn ftfall c!omplaintfco"r"which'.theyl
jrejfecommended. , . '' ";'. s j
' , From the. Goshen Democrat.
heltstmediciri'es.forgivingfreshnvigor Jo; the. system; du-
?ring tie' warm, wealhei; areAbfet's LiJe-iUt.andBluenit
&$ ' Great nuinoers.wiro.iye'iriade.ase of themnd.that i
they, cleanse lb?jilqmach.f all'impurities, and give a-healthy!
'tone toJhe system, create agood. appetite,' and thereby remove;
-the languor and feeblene&v.which -oppresses almost every' per-i
son dnriug.the.hot season.-! Those who areafflictedrneed only-
jna.ke.''fAir IrialSDhese' medicines to be 'cbnvinced.-- ' ,'' ,
" THelter from Bij.-.Jl iTucker.
r c'. Oakfprest,-Dinwiddie.C(fii Va.yan. 22,1839.
Dear Sijtsjas severely afflicted wilhlheEeVer and Ague fori
jwentyjnomh'jpieilher calomel nor.qiiinine afforded me mbrel
.than temporary-relieli My strength and' spirits .were failing
fast, andfl eared. my. health was entirely lostwhen I-acciden- t
iallycametin.pcssession of aboi ofyoirrXife Pills; but:havingi
no faith whatever in patent medicihe.ll.xleteiiiiined'once mbre-f
to. make a trial f the-box'and'I immediately' sent and pnrchas-'
ed aiotlle of lhe;-Phcenix Bitters, and .1 took the'tn according to-
directioo, and the third dose of Bittersbr'oke.tbe chill,. and;to-
rny"'uiter astonishment I was.cored.-; I continued to. take them
oninrnsed'twdone'-dQlla'r.rwttles.ofih'e.Phoenir Bitters, and i
two'boxesof the-Life Pills, and havenot.felt.aeymptom of the-1
diseasesince. 'It wasjn Aprilinst. that. the Ague was first bro-
'kin, antLI iavewaited thus, long toeee if I he disease would no V
as heretofore, return upon me;. but, although Ihave been con-
siderably -.exposed, I still enjoy perfect' health-; and lean' say,',
wjth confidence, that I consider jour Pills' and Bitters' the best,. ,
jndzlirelievethe only perfect care ftr the Ago'e and Fever.
. ycmrsjtrayv&c, ' ""Bl!J.'TOCKER.ll
r ' Wetter, from John'Tenhint
New York, Aprilt, 1839.
JHrW. Moffat Sir:JIiave been afilicted.witHthe lever an'ct
agne-aooat.threerBJonths, antL used a.great-deal' of qninine:-' ,
which did mcflo.good, but I still grew weaker until I vhx re- '
commtnjledto.try.ycnir Life Eills and PheenixBiUert; an'daf- j
.teriakiog two boxes'an'd two bottles of Biuers.famVery thank- I
fultdinXormyounnd the. public td largej J' consider '"m'y'selC I
perfe'cUy enredi Tybnrsimly F' '. . -. t vTENNENT.'.T I
We: hare received inore than a'hundred letters similar" to "the
above; sorneol which' haye been published from 'firae to time in !
tiejiewspapers, and in formernumbers of th'e'Good Samaritan.. '
iLetter from Dr: Cleveland.
'Wa'tefvlll'JuJy .19th, 1837..
-Sir Although physicians do not '6ften approve of the prac-
tice of medicine by laipnea', in anymanner; .and T Jiave myself!
been accustomed M consider all auch'as quacks,' and therefore
EottobepalrdnisedcvyetilhaveUatelyseensuch beneficial et
feels resabing'from'thense'of-your JJfe .PiUs, that I. am co'n- i
strain ed'to. discard my prejudices, and to'.'declare, that they are-
worth more than all the patentmedicines.I have ever seen or1 '
iieanj.of.. r .;"-.; ' -"
.nisine Data'.- hree-ncceve'loses'ofvonr' Bills, were ad.
ministered tdiim; whichsucceeded in expelling a .small tenia.
at tapwormabout" three' ieetIdg,'.and .the"pattent 'speedily
.recoyerejl.hu health' and strength; thongh'tfie.fcad before tried, i
taany,preslMioMwithout"any relief. . '
Since that Iliave'csed'tb'eininTery. variety of complaint,
where ctthartlc medicines ifcre applicable, with general good I
success. . Xhejr.ppezaUcmidsiveryj-iild, producing less irrita- '
tiorilkaniny olh'et eathartie'remedy I hare any knowledge f. j
I have alsoifutnishedtftSeY jfb'ysif lariV -with them, and persua- 1
ded them to nss them in theTrfpractlceV-' And I can assure yon,
,Ihavei(dfiwntte.this,for the purpose of a certificate, but if i
yosr.tbli a! rproper yon are at liberty tc-pu.lisH .tand'may add i
also thetimonyof my'broiher,-whois'a3so apbysiclah, "arid; i
who has-used them inbis'dwn family, arid' has a .verv hieh'
oplnion,ofth3.r:nr6,.34' ---"-- --' ,
'III" '. -' ' '' GEO-W. CLEVELAND, M. D.
. - . . 'Utter frpbjtr. T. tf.Norrit. ,
fc?ohn',Md8atij8lr-ivUe 'pleasure iin. offering yotTioy-
grileful, aclqiwsJe-gKeati for the box of fe Fills and Phtiriix .
Bittersyp.O'Wm'me.. By ibi'trse ot this' medicine. 'under fhs "'
tressine'd!-riha.if abbrit ,-fonr months crmtinnanee... T hA t- 1
ken but' twelveoorfifteen"-of'the'Pins when iaytomplalnt wasi
remoTe'dj'-'t'n'ayaoccap.innally-nsed tua bitters, and Value them
19 'lottr1 wilhmlthei hours 'nresiiribed Tiy law,"orJertlit-sajne' at' pubuc,, .
c saltf totisfr 'fte'said'eiecuudna'ancT costssTerms'caslij'nlh, ,
ri?ejTjrnfigie" -"" .w ids'"1 ' """ '''tfonBtable.
ill te case lallndo.to,. particularly, was that -of an ad nit person,.
ilaJorg!u-er every symptom of worms. "!He 'was much etna-'.
cfxtedV-was verv.feeble. and'sufferedattimes. extreme arid azo-T
ohaiueinmv condition. Let -me add. that such is my conn
dence-in .the efficacy of.thiS;jnediclae, that Ij-eCOmmeud'il to.
strangers 'as welVas acquaintances ai'd,friends, and say, as often
is1 r't'q'fiit',:tnatli1conslder'itasXiDdv(S all price., 1 kn"owsof
mhHy-'whtflha'e''receiveJUmrortaritl)enen'ts -from the use of
your iSLileilUiand Ehoaiir-Bittets'i'.'.nnd amconfideiltwere
..your.raedicinesgeneraljynown, they would, to a'greatexteny
nwvfm inp lice m nintritfriiius iuruii.iiic- .
' .WitW-''in'i,h.':t arfh'fis rilr''vour'nrbstieritv and iisefulne.ss"in
mmunliyiam, sir, respectfully. yours, &c, -"l "
i. ununiuo, si.oixin Avenue,
now 236 Bleecker street.
New.York. Anenst 2d.' 1836.
Mr. Jno. Moffat Dear Sir About two months since, I had
a severe attacklof the ogBe'ajuiecer,'whichTedu'ced me so that
I was scarcely able to attend to ray business. 'Hearing thi'ough
a lriend of vour Life PillsandfPhcnix Bitters. I .was rirevailed
"upon by.h.im to make trial ofjbolh. Assured as my.friend was
ne" nVfexpressedW "them.'-'ano: forthe nurnose also" of ei ving
.confidence;to'anv.'who mav Drovidenliallv be afflicted with that
dire disease, that they will obtain relief and a certain cure, fif
tney out venture, as l aid, to try tnese meaicmes, assuring you
.that I took.only two bottles of the bitters, and two or three doses
A-.i.-.ii---u.l,l-; - ir-.i..' -M-Aj
ui iuc piua, uciurc i wu yciictiiy cuicu.
'" '" I -antdear Sir,'yours,respectfully,
WM. C.THELPS, 45 Houston st.
Letter from JUr. George Brofls.
Summit Hili. Jan. 19th, 1838.
Dr. Moffat Dear Sir I have sreat pleasure in addressing
yon haying been troubled for sotne! lime back with the rheuma-!
tism' arid could find nothing to give me any relief, ituil I had.
taken your -vegetable ale puis and pnemx Diners, in taKing
thefirst bottle and one box ofpiHsI ioundthe most- excrucia-
tibsrb'airi that! had lone been troubled with, entirelv disap
peared. 'S'u'cH beimj.the case, it is with' gratitude I offer these
sentiments.-' ieenn? connueniiuat l am luaeuieu iu yuu mure
ipah) words- can express, tor your valuable medicine ana itje
speedycure.receiveo. trom itsgooa enecw.
1 ' ' Yours,;&c, aEORGE. BR0FT3.
Letter from Mr. Si P. Bullard.
Ticonderoga, May 2d, 1837.
Mr. Moffat Sir: My family have' been much afflicted with
fever and ague, and I have never been able to find any cure for
it, until within the last six months, during which time .1 have
been using yourLife Pills and Bitters; which I was so fortu-
nate as .to procure at Albany, .when I was there in the fall.
I have given them a fair trial, and esteem them the. most use-
ful medicine for ague and fever, colds, headache. &c that has
oeen discovered. - ?
In ope case.ol inveterate fever and ague of long standing, in
which all other medical aid keemed to be of no use, your Pills
and Bitters effected a cure in six days, and left the patient ju a
good state of health, which ITiave no doubt will be permanent.
' Respectfully, yours, &c, '"-
S, P. BULLARD.
Letter from Mr, Andrew Lovejoy.
New York, August 9, 183G.
Mr. John Moffat Dear Sir In justice toypur bighjy valued
.medicines, and in benevolence to, the afflicted j I fee'lboth a
duty and a pleasure to' inform you that'I am already cured of
rhy severe and apparently hopeless malady. You may 'perhaps
remember that I.wasbereftof the use of my limbs on the left side;
by a paralysis, which first originated .in a Severe coldpand in
fact,"! was almost -as helpless as a young child. I co.uld- not,
with either hand, button' my waistcoat "or shirt! I had tried su-
dorific medicines, and. the most approved,remedies, .jmder the
advice of a regular and experienced" physician Th'e' irregu-
larity of my' pulse and thestate-of my tongue baffled all his skill.
Whilst in this situation, a friend (Mr. Durkee,') infromed me
that he had. received great and immediate, benefit from your
Life'Pillsand Ph'enix-Bitters, although his tongue was not less
furred than miri&Wnd advised me to try them.' Accordingly,,
my brother,' Jonathan Lovejoy, No. "34 Park RowJ called on
yon at my request,' for-a iox of thepills and a bottle'Of the bit-
teis. f I. am. happy to inform you that I;; received, 'almost imme-
ftfnl rplipf fmrn ltipm nhrt in Ipss than three davs I was able to
WoreBTyTfeel andian"ds7-and myriefvesiingentraUbegan to
leel. quite strong, in apout iu days i was aoieiu ii), ana am
walk foar or five miles" with great ease. I am now restored to
myisual health;and feel great pleasure in glvingyou this tes-
timony to the extraordinary efficacy of your medicines in a case
of unusual difficulty, severity and danger. Both your Life
Pills and PheniX'Bitters.are unquestionably medicines ot ftign
virtue and value Jo mankind, and most delightful to the feelings
JU uicic muucui upcidi.iuu. f.
' i i 'am; dear sir, yours respectfully.
" i AEHUIUSW -LUVtJUI,
Lovejoy's Hotel, No. 34 Park Row.
Letter Jr.om Mr. James H. Delawiier.
New York. May 16th, 1836.
' Mr.Ono. Moffat Dear. Sir For many years .my wife' has
suffered'much from a'severe'affectionol theLiver, and about
three months since she was confihedtolier bed.and apparently.
'near her last. Seeing y our.adrertisement ot tne "ute fills," t
was induced to get a Doxaor.nerrin nopessome alleviation to
her sufferings might be obtained for.herj and though many persons-may
not credit it. yettieveitheless 'tis true, that notwith-
standing hergreai debility, her constant chills and fevers, pro-
duced by her disease and general debility after taking two do-
s'es.oftwo pills each.she was able ttislt up, and go from room
lb room j and before the expiration of one week; she was enabled,
by the blessing of God, and the instrumentality of your Life
Pillsloattend to ber familyavocations, and has continued to
do so'ever uince: - Yourcpills I deem an invaluable medicine,
of ratbVr,"as'I call.lhem, .Restorative. Besides the good my
wife 'ha'i derived'from them', .1 can also bear testimony of the
f"ood"effects th'eyhave'had on the health' at 'my children. I
ave sixr.the youngest four'vears old, and alTof them have ta-
.ken.lhem,- and been benefitted thereby ;nvith:,ane in particular.
ineirenecis, were.iastonisuipg in causing quauuues uiauiau
worms to' come from' him, as also td.relie've hja from jaundice,
to'whicb'he has- from' aninfant becn'subiect. Your Bitters,
h'owever,tI ihought were best in the last'case,' for the reason oi
its-beifag a liquid, and searchcd.lhesystem as'Iaupposed belter.
J, however, da not pretend to be the' judge. Somuchdol.think
ui auu Viiiuc yuur itiiia hum nieuix ouicia, H,f "avc icimjui-
mended both to manv. and will continue to do so when an on.
prtuniiffers.-rico.nld aay.morR:inafavor ofjbjith,'and'all I
could say,, wouiaxiotpe-naitoimignanaougui to Desaiain
their favor arid recommendation. "A" ""' '?.
Wrshingyouhealthand happiness, as yon endeavor to pro
mote Xhe!health;andconsequently.'the earthly happiness ot oth
ers ; l am, dear sir, your ob t ser vt, J . ubu&Mafiui,
171 Bleecker st.
Letttr from Mr. 0. L. Smithy
Louisville"Oct: 1st. 1830.
Mr.1 John Moffat Upwards of four years ago! tfras attacked
wiiir a viuiciu tiruuiu rucuuicuisiu, uy wuiui i wasuiucu rcuu-
ced and crinnled. Iannlied to the best physician's, but withont
receiving any relief.,"! have passed -two months Jn Louisiana
and one in' thevWest Indies, Deing"advised tha't the climate
would effect my cure. During onesummef I visited the Hot
Springs. iniyirginia, but all failed to relieve me; - Some' time
in July I was advised bya friend, recently from New York.ru
try the effect of vour Life Pills and Phenix Bitters. I began
to take them reluctantly, and without baying 'any faith in. their
emcacy wnaieveryanu was truly aaonisneuio Jiuainai 1 grew
belter every'dayi"' I continued to nselhem for about 20 days, in
which tithe the pie of my limbs was' completely, restored, and I
nowrconsider.'myself in'as' good health 'as I everbefore enjoy-
ed I'fele it 'a duty which I owe to yon and the public generilly,-
to give you this certificate of lhe.effects of your valuable medi-
cines' on trie,' in a case which was-belieyed both by myself and
my friends, to 'almost incurable. I will say, in addition to
this, that Ihave recommended vour medicines to several ol mv
I acquaintances," who are 'using them with every appearance of
receiving the same benefit and relief.- Respectfully,
, u. l.. smith;
Of the firm of Smith, Riddle & (76. Main st.
From, the Louisville Journal, Oct. 13.
i At the solicitation of an old friend, we publish, -with pleasure,
in this day's paper; a letter from Mr. O. L. Smitb.-'bf the firm of
Smitb.:Riddle.&'Cd.ofthis city: to Mr. Moffat: of the cilv of
'.new x or s:, proprietor oi tne "iiie fills anaruemx tiiueis."
Tn' ttiielttap KV- CmlltiVltra.&rt qnAminl rtitii.viifrarinnv C.nm
..',.' . M .. ...V ... .l't . n. '
a'seVere attack of 'chronic rheumatism, under which he labored
for' more thanthree years, and of his speedy cure'by the use of
ibe atoresaid medicines. A certificate comin? irom so resnec-
bleaJrceYcannotfail to have its weight in this community.
Letter from Mr. Jonathan Hagedorn.
Providence;Suratoga County, N. Y., April 29th, 1837.
Dr. J.Moffat-Mv family having. received such extraordina-
.ry.befiefUaTrdrn.the use' ot your invaluable medicines, thai! I
lumK.imuuiy juweiu.iuc puuiiciyuiaHcineiii Known. as mun
is iri.'tri'v Dower. About a vear aeo. mv daughter wastroubled
with, a severe pain in her side, accompanied ny.a palpitation .of
tne.aeart, ana a nervous aneciion in tne.necK, wnicn cansed-.it
to swell very much, and so painful were these complicated dis-
orders, that her physician was alarmed for her life. But he?
sistethayihgobseryed a notice of your Life Pills in the papers,
she persuaded her. -to try them; and having obtained some) she
received.immediate, relief, and before she had used up .a two
dollar'boule of BiUers,- and a dollar box'of Pills,' she was able
to resume her ordinary avocations',' and Ls'now as well as I ami
We- have" since" "recommended them to our neighbors who1
have had occasion to useinedicinej and they have all experien-
ced the same benefit and' thev are nniverutlir'rnncMprpit Kara
as' the mo'st 'useful'farnily medicine that .has yet been dtscov-
Jr'Y" . " .." v" . aa.KXE,uuiux.
Testimonial of Mr. John Moffat.
It is well; known, to a great number of my fellow citizens of
ew-xorKrmai iprmany.years-irjvas a miserably dejected in-
valid, attenuated to a'mere'shado'w, 'with scarcely strength or
energy 'enough'to attend to my mercantile avocations, ajid jth-
dut'anyt prospect of recovery or relief. It was known to many
physicians,-both,1 in .the clty'and the country, 'whom I had con-
tnfted,' that my case.'.waslbat'bf mariicaor piles, .which in the
course of years, assnm'ed various aspects, from that of- the
cosa, or blind kind; to'that of. the caruncular character; inclu
ding tne most disircsnsg and ueoiutating lorm 01 tne cruenta
or bleedmrr niles. For this obstinate disorder I souzht and ris-
! ed every remedy known toihe medical profession, without ob-'
taining-anvother.thanthe-rcnt4rBns)tory alleviation, during a
prioij of lhlrtj--fi"e years, when 1 abandoned all hopejif relief ,
and al I my symptoms growin? worse wiik vears. I expected
pJoon ll'lle'd6w'irin'th'e'grkve.2-To live; indee3!was-armostiin-
ucKsam misery, annxwasan ODject oi nopeiess sy mpamy to an
DiyJriends., Atlengthltopk.medicines, in the form oilcathar-
tic Dills and tohfc draimht!. nrerriheil for me by. .
and almost instantly obtained more sensible and'peculiar relief
than lever before received," even for evef'sobriel "an interval,
from any thing! else I have ever taken, during the many pro-
tracted years f my illness. The good effects continued stead
ily and securely, and tne rapid progress ot my recovery was
manifest, and indeed seemingly miraculous, to all. My diges-
tive functions we're speedily so thoroughly restored that J could
eat anything that my renewed appetite (and pretty keen it was)
desired, without the slightest inconvenience. The recovery of
flesh was anatural consequence, and in less than six months I
was so comparatively stout and ruddy, .that my-most .familiar
Iriends arid customers, who had riot seed me during that 'period,
could, scarcely ..recognise me, or believe the testimony of their
own sensesjto the extraordinary change. that hadfcen wrought.
r or two years past, l nave, oeen a naie, ne.aunyi nappy-man ;
and -am' Considered an active' man of business. Mv constitu
tion seems to be so entirely renewed that Ihave every earthly
prospect of a protracted life; and although . I do not "suppose-that
my Life Pills and,Phenix Bitters will rescue me from the -final
lateot all other living beings, I nevertheless find that they keep
off the insidious' emissaries of Death, wnffadmirable adroitness,
so that not even a common cold, -which is about the most insid-
ious and dangerous agent in his'serVice, can, as yet, wind his
way into the citadel.
Shortly afler.my recovery, I obtained the prescription of the
medicines wnicn, under ui vine Providence had enected it : and
'was permitted to advertise them for the public good, under the
appropriate names oy wnicn tney are now Known in every sec-
tion of the United Stales: and 1 have the heartfelt satisfaction
'to ktiu w that they are.relievingmy fellow creatures of a. mul-
titude, and complicated variety of maladies, to which, but for
the vast number of voluntary testimonials which I am con-
stantly receiving, I should scarcely suppose that any remedy,
however skillfully compounded, could be so effectually applica-
ble. That these medicines; howeverare.tuus effectual, ray
own experience, and that of. thousands qf other persons prevent
'my doubting; and, independently of 'any pecuniary interest, 1
recommend 'them with perfect confidence and unspeakable
pleasure. ""JOHN MOFFAT.
New York, 367 Broadway, Jan. 15th, 1839.
Letter from Mr. D. M. Holdrcdge.
Mr. J. Moffat I shall ever bless the day (and remember it
with'eralitude) when I was first induced to use your Life Pills
and Pbenix Bitters; their effect upon my system'hasbeen ben-
eficial in a. most astonishing degree, and they have completely
cured me of that distressing disease, dyspepy, to .which I haye
been subject for more than three years. I have tried every pre-
scription that I have ever heard of, but with so little efict.that
I became completely discouraged and quite low spirited, arid I
believe I should soon have fallen a victim to it, and sunk into
a premature grave, it I had not been fortunate enough to have
heard of your invaluable medicine. I commenced with the
Pills in small doses, and was soon so much relieved that I'tried
the Bitters also, and continued the use of both lor about six
weeks, when I found myself completely cured, and no longer
under the necessity tjftaking medicine at all.
Knowing, therefore, so well, the excellent properties of yonr
Pills and Bitters, I recommend them as a certain and east cure,
to all who are afflicted with dyspepsy. Yours,-&c.,
DANIEL. M. htyL.UKl$LI!biK,3a-VesiryM.
New York, October 25th, 1835.
Letter from Mr. N. Butler.
New York Mills.March 29th, 1838. '
Mr. Moffat Dear Sir I have used your medicinedn my
family for some months, and have received great benefit, from
it. esoeciallv mv wife and eldest daughter. My daughter has
been in a decline for three years. Since she commenced using
your' medicine she has entirely recovered ana is now wen anu
heart v. If this will be of any service to you, you are at liberty
to publish it. Respectfully, yours, &c:,
Letter from B. A. Redderhyeria!:
St. Bartholomew, Oct. 10th, 1839.
The undersigned had been for the last twenty:years laboring
under very frequent attacks of indigestiovithallits concom-
itant dangers and unpleasantness, together with frequent attacks
of the hypochondria, rendering him very often unfit for busi
ness. Remedies'ofalmostBverv description trom various pny-
sicians, were of no avail, until the importation' here of Moflat's
celebrated i.ile .fills and rn?nix Bitters, wnen ne wasjnaucea
to try them, and is happy to declare to a speedy result of restor-
ing him to health and spirits. He therefore conscientiously
testifies to the efficacy of that valuable medicine.
B. A. REDDERHYERTA.
Letter from Mr. Hiram Hill.
Greenfield, Saratoga Co., May 3J..1837.
I have been afflicted with the Liver Complaint for more thari ten
years, and though I have been attended constantly by skilful -phyai-cianR.
nnrl h&va exnpndfld a preal deal of monev. 1 have beenbarelv
kept alive, and scarce able to crawl about for the most part of the
ume. aooui nve yen? ago i removea j aaraioga opnugo, m uujjci
that thf wntpra wnnlif ftp. hp.np.fieial : h'nt thouiml used them freelv.
I never found that they afforded me half the relief that a few of your
ijiie rws nave aone. nave also oeeu &iuicieu wiiu. buiubbcycib
colds, and have experienced immediate benefit from taking oply two
of your Fills, and I sincerely, believe that whoever possesses a few
boxes of them, will have occasion for no other medicine, except the
Phenix Bitters. Yours, etc.,
Mb. J. Moffat HIRAM HILL.
Letter from Abner Cunningham.
New York, 16th of the 6th month, 1836.
To Mr. Moffat Respected Friend I was afflicted with Rheuma-
tism and with Nervous Debility for upwards of seven years; my
knees and ankles were so affected that I could only walk a part of
that lime by sliding .my feet on the ground about four inches at a time.
I could hot step on or off a curb stone .without assistance of my
About five weeks ago you recommended to me the use of your Life
PilU and Phenix Bitters. I have used them agreeably to your di
rections, for four weeks. -I have received greater benefit from them
than 1 everreceived from any medicine in my We. I can now wall
with as much ease as I could ten years ago. I ameeventy-two.years
of age, and last Saturday I walked six miles, andielt, out little ;faj-
tirapd. Par several vears' I have" been unable to 'sleen'soundlv'cr
rest well, but since I commenced the use of your LifeTUls and Phej-
nix Bitters, . I. have, slept soundly and rested; .well. I. attribute my
ure more tolhe'.virtues of the Phenix Bitters, than to the use of I
life' Pills: though I believe them both to be ver'v valuable, and
such I recommend them to the use of the' afflicted. I further state
that a lady of my acquaintance was afflicted ..with a violent sick
headache. I recommended' the Phenix Bitters to her as a remedy:
she took some, ;
me, and was immediately relieved:
ABNER CUNNINGHAM, 223 Spring,!.'
Letter1 from Amos' Davis.
The following, from a hiehl y respected member of the Society of
Friends iu Ohio, speaks'vdlumes for the Life Medicines;
Fnend.William B. Moffat In the summer of 1837 1 became afflict-j
eu wiia a severe anecuuii ui wa liver, acuuuipumeu uy a lucuuiauuni
and numbness in the hands and feet.- 1 applied to several eminent.
Dnvsicianfi. but received no benefit, excent a temnorarv relief from
the medicine prescribed by one of them.. I became altogether faith
less in tne prescriptions ot doctors, ns my oeDiuty increased, wnue
following their directions; my appetite was almost entirely lost, and
after my recovery was despaired of by my. family, and 1 believe by
allmyWriend a, who daily visited me, (several ofWnom now say they
'thought at one time I should not survive a week,! my friend Asa
Pound called to Bee me with Moffat's Life Pills arid Phenix Bitten-;
he seemed so confident, that they would help trie, that 1 agreed to.
try them as a dernier resort!, 1 commenced wi(h the Bitters, and by!
taking regular doses, I soonvbegan to gain 'strength; and in about
five or six weeks regained my usual health ; and if I owe my recov-
ery toany human aid, I feel certain that it is to thyjustly celebrated
medicines. I have' not been without the medicine in ray house since,'
nor should I be without it for any consideration. It rsthebestfami-j
ly medicine for, colds, headache, fevers, and other common diseases,
that I have ever had. I have recommended , them to several of my;
neighbors,' who have received much' benefit from them ; "arid ons
man, a shoemaker, who had, in consequence of a nebilfta'ting disease,'
been unable to do anv workfor DerhSDs neaflwo veais. has bv thvi
medicina alone been restored to perfect health. He is heartily grate-;
fuL and will probably send thee a testimonial from under his own
hand. These, and some other extraordinary cures effected bv thai
medicine, in this vicinity, have placed them in high estimation here.
from tny menu, juuuo isavis.
New Garden, Columbiana Co., 8th mo. 3d, 1839.
Letters from Alabama.
The following documents from Benton, Lowndes Co., Alabama,
speak confidence in the Life Medicines, based on actual trial and
Benton, Lowndes Co., July 19,-1839.:1
To Mr. Moffat, or the venders.of the 'Phenix Bitters" and 'fLife
Pills." We, the citizens of Benton, Lowndes County, Alabama, do
acknowledge the efficacy of your remedy, and being anxious to ob-
tain it, do recommend. Mr. W. H. Chambliss, (merchant of the above
place.) as a proper agent io vend it in our county.
SAM'L. Q. LARKINS.
J. B. VITTLES.
Mr. Moffat From the trial I have had "of your Pills and Bitters, i
shall use nothing else in my family, which is about one hundred
nnnls: hnt I finrl lhpm hard to eet. I therefore bee vou to nnnnint
the bearer, Mr. Chamblise, your agent, so that not only myself, but
a number ot my neignDore, wouio. use mem u mey wereio oe nad
in Benton. JAMES MAULL.
Letter from Mr. J. Butler.
New York Mills, Oneida Co., N.Y., March 29.
. Mr, Moffat Dear Sir I have used your medicine ln.rh'y family
for some months, and have received great benefit from it, especially
my wife and eldest daughter. My daughter iad been in a decline for
ihron virii Sirire she commenced' usinrr vour medieinn. chp'hoa
entirely recovered, jnd.is now well and hearty. If this will be of j
any service to you, you are at uoeny w puousn ir.
Respcctfujly yours, fcc, J. BUTLER.
However enthusiastic and over-confident the declaration may ap-
peal td those less familiar with tlieirunboundedifcac'yi'theproprie-
tor facia no hesitation or mental reservation! in1 declaring 'that they
would be mora, or less, useful, in all maladies that can-occur, and in
the vast rnajo.rity of them entirely and m'osthappily.successful.
Forsale atttle Family Medicine Store of the -subscriber, at Hous-'
ton, wbereVa fresh' supply, of the ILife Medicines, will always be
kept. Store-keepers ar;djpthers acting as Agents, can be furnished
at New York price?, necessary 'expenses added."
VM. Vv. AL. Lj Erf,
rSpnpml Afrpnt . r Hn,hl,A nflW,.
"M-i-'i 3-.n-e cplioatMLons How 3
"".GENERAL DEBlClTY.&c. .' -.
TDERSONS'-stiffeTirig tinder ' these affliritioris; can find a'cn-
wT ptlirA !n lht TAff Pill unit Thln.i'r. Rift .. 5 I -
The subscriber recommends the attentive nerusal of the nu-
"merotislflrid h'lehlv'res'tJectable testimonials" in- fav'or' of tBt
IAU.Me&icyMS, in this day's paper.. i . lt
These invaluable preparations can always be tound aime
store of theshbscriberjat Houston, -wnere SCHOOL BOOKS
.and family Medicines generally j-suitable td. the countiy.-can'be
.Ap.21st.- wtf284 3en. Agent for the Life,MeiiicinesJ.
SCHOOL BOOKrAND STATIONER V STORE.'
rnHE- subscriber, has commenced i the 'Book and Stationery'
X business in the city of Houston, and is,now opening a gen-;
leral assdrtmerit!ofScJiool,' Blanlr, and other books;-td'wMcnTse
ivsolicit3 -the .attention ofsch6pl teachers and merchants in; the'
csuntry. Foolscap, and letter paper, ruled and. plain quills,
)steelperis?blacfc:,-blue,:andiredlrik,'!eiC. etc. "
Houston. March.31. 1841... WM. W.ALLEN ,
rhar3l wtf-28i " ' " "Main street, opposite LongRpwJ
THE LIFE PILLS AND PHENIX, BITTERS
ARE Tecommended by thousands of the" most' respectable'tei-
timohials, forthe cure of liven and other complaints, and
particularly tor ,the Ague and Feyer,.whichisa.diseasepecu1-
liarly incident to portions of Texas; and which'requir'es to be
xuetat its. first approach, and combaltedat every stage. ;Seldom
fatal of itself,it reduces the strength, and impairs the functions
of the organs; "so that upon tne manifestation of disease,"Nature
is. nnable,unassisted, to, resist the inroad.- '.The-LIFE,MEDI-CINES,
when taken strictly according. to directions will cure
it, and give to the'. weak and trembling victims of disease; new
health, lite and stre>n. Head tne numerous certificates in
The Life Medicines always on hand, fresh from ih'e'Labora-
tory at New York, and sold wholesale and retail by
' -"TO-M to- a tt xw rion av-.Vv. T.v.
". ... aimu., u.u i. ku. iui . bao.
i may 19:wtf-288
- . FAMILY MEDICINElcSTORE.. - !
rpHE subscriber has Just-operied .various articles of Family Medi-
1 - cuies, consisung in pari ui osioinei, m uoitresr casior uu in oo.
.Opodeldoc, Godfrey's (cordial, Paris, Soothing Syrup,-Hay's Lini-
ment." Balsam of Liverwort" Svrubdi Sarsacarilla. British and Ha-
arlemOils, Essence of Peppermint; ItchtOintment,Seidlitz arid Soda
Powders, Lemon Syrup, Brandreth's Pills, Franks' s celebrated
French Pills.1 Cayenne Pepper; Smelling SaltrErlerVes'cing'Sahha
Aperient, and .Perfumery, etc etc. or sale by
April 7, 1841. wtf WM. W. ALLEN, ,
Main street,. opposite'Long.Row.
AGUE AIV'D- FETJBR MEDICIfYES.
MOFFATT'S LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX
A RE now offered to the citizens of the Republic of Texas,
il as a curative lor the AGUE AND FEVER,, as also an,
antidote for most of the 'Bilious Fevers of a southern country.
They, are earnestly recommended to aH lhose'vhb are in'a
weak and debilitated statu, as their Ionic properties areextraor-
idiriary. The system i-,' always improved and invfgoraled'by1
their, use, and as the season for sicmiess is 'approaching, the
public are invited, to make a trial oi them as a .preventive to
f.nntypctlirpfini tlipr foimT-c inaMn( tn tl, W Vll,ii'to' tn rrl.Tl,i
diseases they are believed, to bean anlidote.';.i'. . Jr1: i
The Life Medicines areourelv a VEGETABLE nrenaration.
tThey.are' mild'ardlpleasant fn'lheirrb'peralfo'n,fand at'the'same;
.iime.inorqugn acting rapidly upon tnetsecretionSiOljne.sys-
teni carrying on an acrimonious numors, and assimilating
with.and purifying the. blood.. For -this reason, in aggravated
cases of Dyspepsia, the Life .Medicines will- give relief jna
shorter space of lime than any other prescription". 'In Fever-and-Agne,
Inflammatory Rheumatism, Fevers of ev'e'ry descrip-
tion, Sick Headache, heartburn, dizziness in the head, pains in
the chest, illaulency, impaired appetite, "and.'iri 'every disease
arising from an impurity otthe'.blood, or a 'disordered stale ol
the stomach, the use, of, these medicines ha always proved to
be teyond doubt greatly speriorttf-any other 'mode of'treati
ment. , ,,. ,. n j v i. jot? 1-fitj . I
All "that Mr. Moffat asks ofhis patients. is to.be particular,ip
aking them strictly adcdrdlng to thedlrectidns!0 It Is'nof by a
newspaper notice, "-or, by any thing that he himself (may say in
their favor, that he Hopes to gain credit. It is alone by'the re-
sults of a. fair trial. Is the feaderan'invaIid,;an'd'dbes:he:wiJh
to know whether, theXife Medicines will suit his own easel II
so, let him call or send to Mr: Moffat's agent' in this" place, arid
procure a .copy of the Medical Manual; designed as "a Domestic
Guide to health, published gratuitously. He will there, find
enumerated very many extraordinary cases' of cure; and per-
haps some exactly similar to his own., Moffat's Medical1 Office
in New York, 375 Broadway.
For sale at the Family'Me'dicine Store of the subs'criberj'at
the city of Houston, where a -General Agency Office forthe
Life Medicines is permanently opened. Store keepersand oth;
ers, acting as Agents, can be furnished atNew Yo'rk prices;
transportation added. WM.,W.iALLENf' ,
General Agent forthe Republic of .Texas.
Houston, March:3l, 1841; march 31 wtf-381
HOUSTON AND, BRAZOS. RAIL ROAU.i"
THE undersigned having contracted to get ontthe
timber fortenmiles of tlieHonsiorancTBrazbs'
Rail, Road, commencirig:at1lie Cityio'f .'Brazosi'is
desirous oi employing nity.goou laboring, men:
They will be found in provisions arid 'cloth'ingj
and- to every one who' works out two hundred? ana
fifty dollars of stock, a lot in the city of Brazos will be given.
i- to be selected by the person at the time of contracting.' These
lots are now selling lor one thousand dollars, good-.money:on
one, two and three years. The subscriber has contracted on
these terms, and will give liberal wage's.
JAMES. S. McGAHEY.
'Brazos, July 20. '1840.' ' jy27-w
A VARIETY of, Printing Materials is offered for sale) by
the subscriber, consisting of two iron hand presses,, vari
ous iouis oi types, irom orevier io pica, cases, stands, cnases,
pressing boards, etc., etc., all of which is, offered at fair.prices.
Persons'about establishing Newspapers' in the RepnUid would
do well to apply. ( .. . WM., W..ALLEN,,i i'
Main'street,"opp6site Long Row.
Houston,'March.3l, 1841. i , ;i mar-3i:.wtf-28ir.
fTIHE .Copartnership heretofore exist;ng under the firm, of Brewer,
JL-Hall, & Co.',Ms 'this day dissolvedby1 mutualconserit. T.' F
Brewer U authorised to settle accounts contracted rauTu&rial- All-'
person's having claims against the concern, are requested to present,
them-for settlement : and all bersons indebted to the concern are &.'
quesieuiocau ana mane paymentoiine same lomnu . '
T. ERANGIS BREWER;
CK-iHAIiL; tel ' -DANIELSARGENT,
JOHN TOMErNS '
Victoria, January 6, 1841. - wtf 273
T AND AGENCY. A person willleavethisonOrabomihe
XJ 1st of June, to locate lands on' the .Trinity and Sabine
niverc, ana aisoine ncucuuuii, uuu uueiuu&auuaaiLuaicuun
the waters of Red River, Sulphnr and' Cypress. Htis' well
acquainted ,with, the lands in this part of Texas,-and will spare
no exertions, to make valuable locations. For further pafticu-
ars,'apply at this office. may 13 287".
AUSTIN CITY HOTEL, AND TRAVIS HOUSE.
THE Subscriber having taken the Austin. Ciiy JIolelr lately
occupied liv S. R. Miller and the Travis House, formerly
kept by FcssenJeu & DcntUan, andlilso the House occupied by
Messrs. Webb & Beaty, eacji of which, taken separately, is
large and roomy, and, 'collectively, ha've'itfEnyvinr'corniuofli-
ouand well-aired rooms, several of which, will bekeptiex-
o'resslv for the accommodalion'of transient families.-isnow
prepared to accomrn'odite'residerlt'BAar'ders and Travellers.-
His Barr which will'be'. kept' iu'ihe'ihiiuse'occupied by jMessrs"
r.essenaeu ceaenman, on uoBgress :avcuuc,i wiiuoeisupmien
with the choicest liquqr&the New Orleans markeuwilaffordi1
situation of this establishment is''ip1the"c'entre of th'e'Cit-cori-
venienttothe Capitol'arid the offices of the departments of the
Government, t The-memWrs. of Congress; an'd dthers'anendant
-on thealled.Ssssion, will .find this.establishmeritflrted up with
el view to ineir comiori. - , . , , t -r--,..
Charges will be not'only reasonable, but low. Good Stables,
Corn,Fodder,.Hay,andatteritive Ostlers.' ""' ' " " '
Austin, .April 28, 1841. , may 5 w3m-286
A LL, persona are hereby forewarned, not, to trade for. a note of
jL hand for eleven' hundred and sixteen.dollari, 'given'b'y JohnD
Harvey' and Wm':KeBse; payable to NicboIaa'Lamprbrd or liearer,
dated some time in January, 1841. Said note hasbeenstoleaiand
will no: be paid unless by legal compulsion..
feb 24 'wtf-276: JOHN.'BROWNLEE.
ROSENDlliE '.HYDRAULIC CEMENT,
AE, tile subscribers; do hereby 'certify that the' cement furnished
v V bvithfi Rosendale-Cemp.nt.WnrkfL! snil .known x9'"T.nWren-
f cc'sRosendale-HyraulicCemenr,',' and used in.the.construcuoTi of
tn b new custom nouse, in tnis city, bas been .found an excellent ma-
terial for laying stone and brick work,- ax also for floors, givjng'entire
Ba.ii9iacaon;.aa trial wo wim connaence reeominenaimo-Baiu ce-
iiieut, believing it to be equal if not superior, to any pianufacturedin
the United States.
New YorkiiNovember 18, 1840.-' " , '
Signed,. WALTER: BO WNE, r '
Commissioner for Building Custom House.
Signed; JOHN FRAZEE,' ' " ',' ", ,
! Superintendent and Architect,'
Signed, . , EDWARD COOKMaster Maabn.1-
The suosenbers, (Masons,) engaged upon .the .work 'ofr thej new,
custorn honse, from its commencement, being'requested. to state
their, opinion as to the quality 'of the Rosendale Cement,, declare' that
they have aided in pulling down buildings in the old country, whichr
had stood for upwards of five hundred years, and that on ono or two
occasions they had to remove some'of 'tho-work 'o(n' thir building,"
which had only been laid in the Rosendale Cement for' about three
months, hereby freely certify that it was as hard and firm as that
which had stood for five hundred years.
New York, November 19th, 1B40. ' ,
Signed, THOMAS' CUVERIe
Signed, , PETER, CDSACK i
J3r Bryan, Austin & Co Agents, Jf. 56, Cnminbn Street;
Iftw Orleans. ' , ' 'm'17"dlwtl'
THE: undersigned having been appointed Administrator on
iho estate ot Job 'Hodgson deceased, at the' December
term of the.Probate Court for Montgomery.-Conhty,- this'H
therefore tn ntifv )1 ho?c Vjf-tpg c!im aga.ust ate a e 'O
Hnr-;en n-oi. . v", v j , GF.OUGE R Mltt..iiu
- l:scot& ha'diIey,- " "
IscAETOILNEYS.-ATiTLAWi - c
- jjCOTT.T -. , wtf-293
-tt!E BatHSBtWP.Wi! i?A?. -" ...t-tl'-vtiii.
1-. a. j..n&uunx..
ARLET ftrJEWETT; 'AMoahtTs "and Conucu.
JP iLXW,,City'.of Anstln.! OficeCongress Avenne;'
1 Austin? Ab.'!JJit, wt?284' HENRY'J.-JEWETT.C
ih nntini. . . t r -iuxxak7iLLiiu,.crx
hr AEbfSan"Augbiiine'Connty,-Texas, will attend to all
at the Auction Store of Shryocki Jenkins,.& Co.,
Ml.'4IICMtl ' ' 'I'M" '-'" "
LUW91UCaAClUUaiCU-lU JiiJUlUt 1U&WI VI- awu.wh,
T "A W'NOTICE. Having iesigned the office of district at-
XJ torhev.r.fonlhe firstinrllcial:distrief!mvattehtibnfhere-
after will. be, exclusively given to the practiceof.law, in.,the
civil arid' sne h defences as may be'offered on'the'crtminalfstde
of thejdislrict cbrirls;
A -DAVID Y.& JOHN ,W. PORTIS, .. . ,-,
i-TTORNEYSand Cdunsellbrs at'Lawf office No;1 6 Er-
chauge Buildings.over Hedenberg;& Vedder's(auction-yopSi,
Main-Street, flbuston,' Texas', Tey. will practice in ihese'ver-
al Courts of Harrisbnrgcorinty, and the District Cdufts'oT'tne
adjacent counties... .. , Jany.l w236-tfv
RICHARD MORRIS & JAMES H. DAVIS, attorneys and
counsellors at law, Houston, Texas. Office second floorabove
Hedenberg & Vedders auction store.. ... r ft jan 1 :23S-tf
"DAT C.JXTK. Attorney at La-w; office on Court-house square
JyjexXfeotita.DrAAbtlSmitn'g office! ' """l::i3riru2tf''u
,T AW N,OTICRr7C.PMNBy,Atlomeys& Councillors
ILJatXaw. ' The office of the former is at Crockett, Houston
, t,june6,., ,. ,. jT. )r . , . t j-.L... . SS-SUrr.
jpiRAIG & FOWLER; Attorneys! and .Oonosellors ;at. law
v uiarirsviiie, Kea -wiver county, xexas.
ANDREW. FOWLER .
,J.-B. WOODS, ., -
ATTORNEV5 AD' COUNSELLTOiV'SrW.
, , ,,-, Liberty Repnlillc;of;Texast-i.
ALUERNON E. THOMPSON, j ,
COUNSELLOlt & ATfOK'XEl' "Ai' LAW,
f HonsTON,j'l'EXASi' '
0(fice.in thebuildiug oceupied.by,lhe.jCity Council
LAWNOT1CK The subscriber ,Vill practite lawii the
supretnecourl of TeX.is'an'd in1 ih'tr- courts"a'djaceiino tlfe
cit ol Austin. His office is on, Congress-Avenue,. Austin 2
. o ongressriivenue, .
LAW NOTICE-X 'H. BERNDON'wiU practice "in the
courts of the-secondjndicial district, comprising -the'coTin
ties of Brazoria, Fort Bend, Harrisbujgh,Austin, Colorado
ari'd'Matagorditran'd the sripreirier' court of the'Republic. 7""
. , j 1 .: .jjil batiw :ii . . . - 23(-tiX.2i. r anc
THE undersigned willpractice lawiin'the supreme anddis
trict courts of this republic. Residence, "VvhingtcatrCo
-jan I " 28etf "g '- " '- Ji. .-"WILEAMSON
oisinct. ah business entrust ed to aim will be promptlyaf I
ed to.-. .. :. n.-.r. bu .10 ?i..i.il LGozaJe8,apll.lvVl52aD,
K' ADIM AN, ;& GQDLD .attorneys , at. law,? Nacogdoci
P'Texas.' " ' : jl'1840. " ' J" - ;' ; . 236lf
Hi 3"BENJAMlNiC.,"FBANELIN,- --
.. . ATS rengnaithpfflcepf Judge .qf,tlie auJudiKal, Djitnst,
will practice Jaarm'the several Courts of the Republic of .Texas, in
connexion wi(hJWlILIAM.W.; FRANKLIN,' tEsrp 'Com'munlc)
tions addressed to B.C.6VW,,W.-pranklin, t thecjty of.Galve.
tori, or left iif Houston at the orSee of Herirv Hnmnhiva. Ran.flmM
Justice of the county of Harrisbnrg.i. .,- an-l w236-tf
Jn. uummuit), attorney a law. Washington, iexas..
". janU 'yq r- c."c ;--t- t; 236tj-' -
HUTCHINSON &FOOTE, ' " "J '
.. ATTORNEYS.AND, COUN3ELLOK8;,AT LAW;' I.' 7
A HUTCHINSON has iemoved,to Austin; and opened I an.
itAr"1 OfficefdrTiiJ'firrri on Congress avenue near the' capitol'.'
HenrV;S. Foote. after closing the nnninishedbdsdness.of tho
firm, and of the partners in Mississippi.'will remove .perma-
faen'tly'tothVRepxinlic;""" " ' C"-'- -'t7- a
ITMfle i nrm.may. ne addressed eitneratiAnstinj 'i'ezasoe
Jackson, Mississippi, '
v o-- NrC:rRAYJMOND-;f iti-tu:-
'Itsferfo Joot B JoNES.i:(3aivestonr
.utaa , rJiBxGiWxraovarAvstia:.! 12.
zU. a. L.T.U....3t
LAW NQTIC&riOHIt Di JMORPJSanarneLanii'cotDi-
sellor at law. has located himself at San Anjant, andwiL
attend to -the" 'diules'b'f ; W pfbfessioriniA' the'coilits ' riBexar:
as jjikewjse those of Goliad, Victoria, and SaitEariicio.- id.ll
business entrusted to his care, will meet .with prompt and .ready
attention.' - 1- ' ' "Vjan"t " ' 3"'' 236tf
LAW. NOTICEJiiXxi'&Mrriab, Counsellor and Aornaj
,at La, of Texas, has made aarrarement.vith;Joaifa Me
Whiti, Esq.", late delegate 'in'cohgres's from FJoriua, and counsellor
atlawof the supreme court of the. nnitedStateao'-give hiiadvfco
legalopmions, and instructions in all cases' in which heisietainedin
Texa.n Col. AVhite wfll'in aUrcasda-give written mstrucniancfin
cases of great importance willattcnd m. person tho supreme court of
Texas:-1 He-inpo'ssessioribf allthe Spanish and Mexfcaii ordinan
ces, and has at New Orleans the Ingest jdvilliw.library; in Americai
'LAitDTiTii's in all cases in "which" Jama S. ivavteidia retained
as ah Attorney and Land: Agent iti TesaY, hi will raTcivevsyatiiiit
ance and advueasa counsellor. J. M- WHITE."
iHarsse-tf-""1 c " ' - -" - v!-'
, TheRed Landejand MatagordaBulletiniwilfpleaBe !pnblisktbi
above six morithi -
' 'POTTER' &" VAN' ZANDT, L!
WILL attend the supreme court of ho.Repp.blic of iTeosp
and the" district courts of the'eoririties of fihelhv San
iAogastinNacpgdchese'Ha'rrison, Panola, Pa3cnal,,'B6wie,
;Red River, Lamar and Fannin. . . . ,, , . ,
' -" ' ISAAC YAN ZAND .
i . ' . a.! Pandla'OaaUi'.K
,-Ool. - i.T. -I , ROBERT POXTER,q .
i ifell24tf-27S " - Pdscm'Cirlntg
Ittpmnn, .aVlf ni'iil.Z.t.Tit'ZX.-'.llO t
, " w - -.-
je I2-dtf!wtf-t .... Ji ., Congress lAvenare; city prAhitin
the nverr is well watered ,mth spripgsqf .fieestone.waler. -f .
I Geneva is desuntif to b4'tnenlacciri'riHe:irrph.rc'in'ffiV'11
rich and fertile country Lake Creek and San Jacinto, and is rarcduridn
ly settled seicbboruobdy GeneVa'in'boiritof locaTTtyls surpassea by
notownin.thBrepublic.-ij,.; j0 ,., ;, j .ai'ta
t Persons vismngto visit Geneva will find comfortablppniprtBinmonf.
at the proprietors m thai town.' Persons! wishing ' tc purchase lots- Si'
this town will find, an opportunity of doing so on hberalleniUvbvi
applyingU.-T:D-WiIsc&Co; or" Bigelb.'&CbVaiacBonanor
commission merchantsin Houston, Teias,ortheproprietbr.atthot
,?uv,uweii. j. iu. it nni,i,,jfcu.
I jan 1 236-tf
en ira.sJU3oi3,fi-!iair. b.-ip: '-bW-'j
jTyPJirNCE&;S'ONj'.FlDshing; will supply1 wry'snffiioF
I llHlLUlttKI IKfcCB, OttUS AND XiCOS.-
ixrees ut ine.nne naroy txpansa, jaiaand Aljjne, Mnlberrlesa
pnd'of lhe,'Mbrns'MnhicanIis,"ai,'d'lhe superior hardy Ame'ri-
hari .variety, of.the same. .iTheseareall ofAmerican"gr6wtJiv
and incomparably superior, to the imported lrash--Fresseeds
bt Alpine; Elata arid Bronssa, "arid seven of thVchoic'est varies.,
lies ofiSilk-Worms Eggsi.' , ii.. fi
Urnamental trees can be, supplied ot very large size, and:
Fruit Trees' of all the choicest kinds; "
j Apply at No. 5Pinest,(opstairs,).New.York; ,iv 2&j4tia
Jttfe:. Fruit Trees, Seeds, &c. The snbscribenhifsT-
ir for sale every variety of garden, field and jWerseedsjj,
Catalogues' of which may be had 'at the"sldr'e'."" Assortedboxes .
forthe West Indies, LouisianaMissjssinniand-Texai'maVb
obtained; the kinds such as answer best in those climates..
' GEORGE CTBORBITRIi",
. 257-t, . . -., .s.; iIl!John.st.a!lew:Yorku
lSEEDj SJORE,' 17,Gommdristre.et,-Ne'w Orleanssa
The subscriber has the honor to acquaint the gar
the .honorable public gep.erally4 that hej his oocaeda
a STORE on" Common' strrat. -for the sale of lT
kindslDfiOARDEN andiFARMINQ SEEDS.'" "Heis A'orr3
ieiej.n&,?.nd,.will.continneh to jreceivei from.Ume .tojjme,;,-
fresh seedlrofarEnTopfe-ahd'the fforth' He"wiH'sen a'dseeas
but sncho(8 tftay.oe.entireljrrjreiiied npon!as:)cingltljeceroin
their kind, and fresbbesides guaranteeing the.gennineness.of;-
ttempahies')pnfcrrasing may "assare'themselves"at"all lim'es
of what hcadvances with.rcgard to those two.pointsj br annlvui
ing'ai his ga'fderijwliere 'the. seeds he has.in store and. for sale-.
are-uUdbyhfmselifoe'offiTirrgth'em'tdth'e'irattit - -'
Ati.-Kjn(isor seeds suitawe.tor an seasons;, - s . ; u dw
A fine collectiouof flower seeds-. t , ,
Green house-' plants', frOit:andoSameBtal',tree3.-CTrisnir9ira:i
hand and for sale by , ,, -'-jr"- i, Iti5 iiuii m
- WILLIAM DWSS, Florist and Seedsman,
may:S6 298-tf; u ti , - N6.il7)Commoritisrrettl3.
70 TO COTTON PLANTERS-1 " . L
THE subscribar wfll pay;the;highesj: mark'etpric for cotton de-"'
nov 5 Z64-wtf n ' -' ..I j. tic . JOHNWPrnnNJ '
"lpTICE.r;IkIesJrs. Andrews At 8 wairipof Honstonl awjavat
" S??iu&&$&,SMi&ti fropMhis dater--andlherebTTerroteiina
aVanl SlVWoircrs'liertfiirore nfren hv
ac 'or any person! whomsoever JAS A. WHITE;
Adminlsuator of the cirfteof-
iun if. wGt -iVi V C Vraire, dccd
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Cruger & Moore. Telegraph and Texas Register (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 33, Ed. 1, Wednesday, July 14, 1841, newspaper, July 14, 1841; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth48142/m1/4/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.