Telegraph and Texas Register (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 52, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 31, 1845 Page: 4 of 4
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F .ct ;. To Remarks.
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jSuierican rclted" .
4lb'- ? hamn6Veu
- -'"- 150 0d
LRD;perib. 1-. --
tlferbbC- - - -LtjaBEK.perjVtibet
Boardsfyellov pine --
' --iVhiteV do -MOLASSES
FOjjg$ES pBp bftsbl.k
gyS. per iti'i
"' BeepSfof ' - --;-
45 J scarce! '
-rcarff04 - - -. - -
l?gfein.ess -. - . - -. -
ff "cargo - - -
iiiifcpnVJiams- per lb. -. -
in demand. '
nuiddllnirs - -
HO'l'SffiT-bas-iiS-lba -- 2 5U
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TINA'S; per lb. '-S!H
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. A-n&ri Tiurth.df Hatthrns fea. "'-- --.;. li11.
Lto--Hmnd:NortH of Savannah - "Tv'.-. '. -' -'l ja.' --
St.Kar?Ge6rgtaSl' '-'ii. ?-':--"- -v'lLi :
Sur4"P Ceorgia Li v - r- - - . S '' ; . '..ipfe-' '
. -Other Flpi Ida ports . --' ' " - :r -v - - :f
HoSaS - - --.; -'" i5 : ' '-fl V:-
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-To 2nd from any port m Europe - ; . .- (..;-: y -.-;a-lil
Jfortft-ot;apcKionda-umieaaiates . --. .;.;- Jical!?
-AnrtSer-TJmtedStatesMexnlf .r:v- ' jf" 4felfc;
" iAriy portinncp and Taexaa . . y jj- ii-2lJi; ' '
.seogi&wtfsa V:J.d: gr;qesbeec.k. ;V
( t AaiJ i-E SQAP justreceived and lor sale by
x yctir.qotwn.-wy -
E iEAD &c.;f100 kegs White JLead.501bs ChrPma
rr33.i lOff gallons Linseed Oil. fdrsale by
ial45t'. J D GROESBEECK. -
CHEAP LITERARY DEPOT.
WM$ fi .Ezchangiiiadjoining ike Post.Ofjice
?;? J? -. ;S- Tirn.txr nor -c-Aiiio ".-.---
" li && LaWB .. ;: '"
GMhf ib. Congress jast pablfshed andaorsaIe at tbis
"Jfe-; an;tjijsciiy tn the 26th day .of Novemberj-JoHN W.
wife ged.4ryear. ' - ' . " '
Bat- aoregpapers please copy . " ' v "
rr4 Drugs and Medicines.
Jt. 'aOESBEECB: has just receded from New York
-and'1' rop'eerery medicine necessary in practice or pre-
scribed by ie Eaculty. . Also a great variety of Patent and
"Vege?ab1ei";edicines making his assortmedt complete. Mef-
&antsL"PiaD?'rsr'iBnd Physicians can supply themselves with the
clJVledicioescarefully"put ftp cheaper than can be.lonnd else-
.ciintlcrjepnbliCjanaia'jnanjr cases at New Orleanspri-
ces. ATndngiiisf assortment are
'Acnis acroc Caslileoap Afanpa .
casioroii - .wutmegs ;
jDobalt -" .. Oil of cloves '. n
cloves i . ; Opiumj:. - "
. copperas ". jiperinejjp -"' :-
Creasofe ' quinine . .
" croton oilj . opodeldoc
Ergot '" ludthite
.Extracts ' spirsts of nitre'
se'rina cephalic snufi
. um aloes Moffatt pills
. " 'tartaric
. . gletjbol
rrpw root .-
jEravJanhark '- haamopafia
t -: f
rayrrn Brandreth pilb
-Herbs of all kinds Hygeian pill:
Hydriedatepotassa Cook's pills.
voima'c - floiV-r-V
'.'&.' ' &:
--W . 17.
KfOv 7 00
; "75 -100
1 vr-l-ir fi
1 a li f
V 2- t
t-t-a . ?
. . -.-(V.r' -ri.-- ''-nrtmofttfiflii'ttriwA?fifthanitcIv li a 14 .
". landanum" f Sappinjgton pills '-"'
magnesia " saltpetre "j
.saeratus sal soda &c. -. i.-
ROnTTS RqA.TinNRH.'Y' &c. : N-
EECEIVED per Star Republic from T?ev Yan assorl-1
mentof Ledgers Jpurual$3fcd D&y Bodlw. Also School I
.oooks sucn as laeograpmes uraniHiarsj ja.ninuieu iuiicj-
ling Books. Also New PnblicatioSSsuch as. '
. Robinson Crusoe illastrajed by(5raudviU2 Tvlth-SOOEn--
y " "'gravings a beautiful edition. &. - -
"Vicar oLWakefiela. wilt 200 engravirlsJby Oliver Gold-.
; z- smith. - . - ' fet -
B6ok-dr-the iTavy comprising: a "genera l'iiistory of the
-American Marine and Naval : Battles withljnumeroujj.
- pnfrKmnTt: . "
Jack Hinton Harry -Larroqner:-!Hari'dy Andy
Uharles tVMaliy Hector U'Jdallo.ran-
"Thiers History ol'the French Reyohuion
Mysteries of-P.ar.is ifrtwo vplnrhes SI
Bound .edition ot the Youth's wazeue
The5istersror Romance of Real LifejsbyHenry Cocbten.-
Charcoal Sketches ocenesin-a Metropoliwith Engravj
ings. . -- - ' ' - ' ;
" GreralsteihaSequeltothe.My?teries;.pfParis:. .
Heads of the People? - " '- "' ." ...;.-
Biddy Wpodhullr the Preuj'Pay'.Market.-byangraham
Redolphin Boston bylhgYaham" ".'- f '' .'"
The. Emptessbf Beauty ' - :'"-'- ;y " t
Tales ot the Tlnll by Rev. George Crabbe
NedIyersoral;iebeforenhe'MastbyICpoper;-. -v- - :
Whims and Oddities by TtibsHoodi';!- - e n ' .
The roiteringb'of Authur 0'Leajyiby Charles JLoyer
.SelfPrfiservatiori.by A. Brpussaibf . -V'---v. " -
Columbian and Grahams. Magazine -; --- . -
fw. Lady Book-Ladies Companion &c. -.- ' "
"'r-he T'exas-Ti-eaiy with Van Buren and Henry Clay?s let-
.loOyhlchiorsaleat the Strabd. Jewelry and. Literary.Em
icr-in-ine iuiicuu jc.iiii uv. uii cavil 5 -
norium. . -may 14 j.uyi. jwrairana; .
' : HADLEY & APPUB WHITE- "- -S-ATTO&NE3?S
AND COUNSELLORS. 'AlTIiA Wt
-v"-;i :- HOUSTON TEXAS. ...... . k
T B J"Hadley. . . ' IsaacjApplewllHe'
: i-v--' : .ap4y-wtfj34v . - .-' ;a;
MEMDCi'HONTv -.:"- - - JO&X 'ff. BEKHET'
: RTTOT Xr: RV.MNP.rPT .
" COMMISSIQKlEReHA-NTS '. .
. .;. -- -. v GALVESTON TEXAS
r AWhcHaVallimes keep on hand -Groceries' and i)ry Goods for
"'-. PROSPECTUS OF
. TaE-'eONGRESSlOAL-TJJNION" AiD UAP-
: - -I . -PEN-DIS" &c. '
"tlieviwill'bes:in tliRTiublication ol I
and "Appendix." The Srt' will contain a- full and accurcle
'.history oflhe daily proceedings of boih branches .ot iheriation-
" ...al legislature. Ilwilf be Compiled with such care that every
; " citizen who is interested in thepn'lnic affairs will-fiiid it a com-
.'plete synopsis of their p.bceodings.and a ready book of Yefer-
'"' enceiipon all questions which come before them. ;
The second' (the' '"Appendix.') will cuniain very speech
which is delivered in the House of Representatives audSenale
during the session reported at length by a full and aide corps.
xif cungrrssicnal reporters ana revised ueiore puuncaiicj py
the authors whenever it ;'is Teqiied.iThese" rworkswill
be strictly impartial ahava.rlrintended' to b?asBerest!ngiand
useful to the man of business andto the-politician of theone
"party as of the other.
' It may be said without exaggeration; that jhe nexessiop
of Congres-is lestfncdtp beobe of the mpstimgortant which
1 -Rasitakenolace sinceMieToundalio'n oFt'he savtrninenU. It is.
.-;tlie-loflgVessionv IfisJh'e.sesston wliich will develope thece"
fe"neraVpian;oi?tHe presenLadmihifttxntloni' Itme-isures will
stampthe.'cnaracrer ot our insiitations..ior yeaisno come bome
foreignrelaliops or Qurtapmestic-cohcernX will Represented
. forihei?cin5ideration. The final rpeasvne -of ratifying lb'
consiitutioa of Texas which. Is to consummate her admission
InTorbuj Unionvand the admission of her members' into our
r"-pub1iccouncils every ;measare which affects ihfr Oregon
questiPn-our relations "with Mexico as wellas.the iinal de-
cision" on the revived ol.-Verefiu.lrcaty these and other
measures. Tvhich are jnore or less connected uith niur foreign i
. relations-wiu com'p under the review ot the approaching Con-
Vgressi Most of the eminently Important questions -which- re?
iale to our internal concerns the revision f of the Tariflthe
-' adoption Pf the best mode ior. preserving the public jmoiieys-a
varietv of commercial measures Derfians the:bestsysieniJbr
regulating; the important interests o.f Texas the Indian ques-
tions the land question thebest.'slem for oar-navy Ihese
" and others will cbnitute a mas of haziness which is calcula-.
ted to-commandnuich.ofthe time ofCongress and much ofthe
attention of thepeople. They will all be reported by lhe4rCon-
gtessionalTJnion.1' The DaDy Semi-"Weekly and Weekly Faionill asnsual.
embrace an interesting-variety of matter on political scientific
and literary subjects along with the current news of the day.
- Theieditonylll continue to. devote all his energies to the. im-
piovement of "The Union." He finds many accomplished
raea in this city.. The administration has brought wi h it a
considerable accession ot talents. Several tried and distin
I" guishd.membersof the democratic party have accepted oiBfcei
under it. SomejoflhemhaVe liberally contributed tlieir lite
rary labors ta'ouf benefit j and we hope to enlist others-in our4
service.. Besides the.titne. is not tar disiant when tiie editor
intends to call other talenls to blsassfstance. His' ambition is
to make hispaper worthy of the metropolis of the Union. He
is persuaded that witbthe lacilitics which ta's position enables
ti?m tn onnWt TuJih ttri offlrJnl'iint' nthVr mn!friati nlappH :
f lie lSTHieuiuti-UK luiawuiibii mjuiciKutuuimiw. u uaiicj may
lbjpublishedhich isnotunwoiihy o'fjthe support of liis.coun-
iry. xu uuueiiuiiiujj ine lasit ne. iiuciv uc nan iiiuuy-uuiiiiiR-
tis toovercome"many lesson? io learn .many sacrifices Jo ea-
- counterr-- He-knew that amid the arduoucares ofanew the-
atrejhe .could Tiot'at-first.do justice even -toliimself; but his J
zeal has never Jlaggedi v.hat enumsiasm and lnrtCatjy can
- effectj.'will'befully'accomplished. Some errors he may have
already committed.- But upon one. -point he can speak with
great pleasure and with equal fieedom. The men who are
administering this government are working .men anxioss.as
.he believes.-to-dqtfae:f duty to strve iheir country to carry
out the pledgesunder Which the President was. elected a?id the
great principles ol thepartv. So long as iheadmiuistraon is
conducted in thisspiriij and upon those principles J.e Isprepa-
red toco-onerale witUthem in the public service and to give
th- m as lie promisea in his prospectus "a fair liberal and
efficient support." v ' '. . ...
TVe feel a deep sense of gratitude' for tliepronlpt'manncrin
'which our political Jriends in very seclion of the country
have already-come forwards sustain ihe "Union." May we
. not hope thatour friends th'roughoul the United States will. con-
tinue to -assist our laborsand'pievail upbntheir Jiyends to take
some one edition ofthe "Union J "
fAslhiswill Helhelong'sessibhofCo.ngre-gj'and wjllprq-
' bablylast -cight months we have concluded to .publish the.
. Congressional -Union and Appendix onthe lbllowing
:'T- . ". TERMS. ' -
V JFor the Congressional Union 1.50 per copy.
Eor the Appendix. $ I 50 per copy. . . -
- Clubs will be furnished with Ten copies of either the above
".works for S12i Twenty's ve copies for S25.
EXTRA TVEEKLY-AND SEMI-WEEKLY TJNION.
.gPortheaccomraodation of those.Tvhpdesfre-a paper print-
- ed'atthe seat of government duringthe se"ssion . oi Congress
'" only.we.wiU furnish them theExtra Union-as follows:
Semi-lVeekly One copy.
" u Six copied
" a iTWelvc'coples r
Weekly One copy -"" s-f
vi Twelve copies -jr .
Twenty-five "copres .-
Tfcici - umuiM
-fyVillhe furnished hereafter to'yearly subscribers as follows:
DailvS?' ner "fear. foTOiie copy. .-.- - " . S!0 00
-5-rA .-.' . " "- Five copies
One copy r-
'Efvecopies Ten copies
: Five copies
35 00. i
'2 3&Noaltenlion will I'e fcicL'ib-any order unless Ihs money
" "accompanies it. . ' ;
'.XSThose desiring complete copies of the Congressional
"Union and Appendix will pleasesend us their namesprevious
to the first day of December next.. " " -
IWe will willingly pay thp postage on all letters sent to
us containing FivelDollars and upwards';v Otherlelters directed
to us with the pbstage-'unpaid.Tc'K.7'i-be taken out of the" of-
fice. " ..-'"
- A i RITCHIE & HEISS
Washington Aug. 1. 1845. . . w.
; R. D. JOHNSON Agent Galveston.
DYE STUFFSf lOOlbsiLogwoody ' .'
? 100 lbs Fustic
"' "900 lbs Copperas
90 lbs blue Vitriol - .-. r 100.1bs Madder
Ju!t received and for sale by --";. JD GROESBEECK.
.ROCEHlESrLlQ.UORS &c. '
VJrtM' 50 bblssup St Lduis Flour.
t 30 '-" rectified WhMcey -: ' ' .
-24hlf pipes Dupuy &. Ronsse CognaeBraiidy
'30 sacks Rio and Java Coffee'" . ; '
20 bbls Louisiana-brown Sugar
-- IS boxes Havana "
G " LoafS"ugar
12 " Imperial and Gunpowder Tea : -T . .
15 bbls dried Apples '
- 5 " Ale. 5 do Cider
- 50 boxes "Chateau Marganx" Claret
12 " sup old Port Vine .
3 bbls Malaga Wine
3 " soft shelled Almonds "
18 M Havana Segars " '-'.''.
10 boxes Winchestor brown Soap ;
10 " Sperm Candles
k - y
"TY individuifi head rignt certificate foe ajleague and
dLYL labpr oflanl granted by theBoard of Land Commission-
ers of Eort Benli county: .If not heard from in ninety days-'
application wilLJ5emade to. the Commissio.ner General of the
Land umcelor a.tiupneate.
bcll5w9t J . J.H.PICKENS
THE underfligned hasMostc following certificates viz:
his own hftid light certificate for 640 acres-of land issued
by the Board df Land Commissioners for Washington coun-
ty Nb- 301 ; alfio the hea' fight certificate of Edmund F. Esters
tor 320' acres of land No.99. issued by the Board of Land
Commissioner for the said county both certificates issued in
1839 but month not recollected. If information be not received
mjaid certificates with in sixty days from this date the under-
signed will make application to the-proper authority for dnpli-
.catesWthesame. 'oct22w7t HENRX DAY.
LOST My head right certificate loraPleague and labor ot
land.-wsuedby the Board of Commissioners ol Fort Bend
county. rfTQot heajd o' witbjn ninety days applicatipn will be
made for a duplicate of the same.
dct22wut v.w" :NATHANIEL PECK.
THE undersigned having been appointed at the June Term
ofthe Probate Court of Fort Bend county administratrix
.bt theestatcof William'T.Neal. dee'd notifies all persons in
debted- to the same to make immediate payment: and those
baling claimsagainstsam estate to present mem wiinin twelve
months from date orlhey will DeDarrea.
oct22 w6t ?4ARY NEAL.
; ;OST My discharge lor three months service in. the army
1 oflhe Republic of Texas: and notice is hereby given that
uhlessthesauie i found or:heard.qf!wiihin sixty days appli
cation will ue made to the proper department ior a aupncaie.
octl5w9t -""'.' WILLIAM HODGE.
LOST My dischargehy. Cap!.. Fowler ior six months ser-
vice in the army of the ..Republic of Texas in 1836; and
notice is hereby gjyen that unless the same is louutt within
sixty days applicatipn will be made to the proper department
tor a duplicate.
-ocU5w9t - '- JOSEPH McGINNIS
r OST My conditional headnghL certificate ior 320 acres of
AJLand issued to me by tlie board of Land Uomtnissioners for
Harris county No. ana date not recollected. If not found-within
sixty days I shallapply to. the proper officer for a duplicaie.
Hon.!on.Nov.26: 1845. 51Qw9t JOHN LILLY.
i.HjNi'Ku 'l'U ttl'ttti four good.strong Kegro Men for one
t t year 10. worK.auouta oiciwi --mil iur wnicn me mnesLwa-
ges will bapaid and good security for the. payment will1 be.givtn il
required auo agoon nousewoman.
Bastrop Co. Nov. 19 1645. no 26.6v519 H. HIGGINS.
-00 lbs Sal-Suda for sale by
- J i) GROESBEECK
r"F!HS subscribers will carry on the Gin makjngbusiness re.
JL pairing Gins Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing in its
various forms arMatihew's Old Stand. . :-
We have obtained the latest and most improved forms.fo'r
Gins known in any part of the South; ana will warranfour
work to perlorm equal to any. bhottlda.Gin tail to. perform
well when started.Jhe purchaser by giving us prompt notice
can set it-.aside.
Ur'X. B. All orders from a distance filled promptly "
'" -S. ' . R. MATTHEWS & WM. "ALLEN."
-- Satf;Augustine;'Feb20.l845. ".- -:-.. ':
mart! i" f 2 RQ -- " "T A M KS'-T? A if T?.V A a't -Hnliclnn
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IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
THE undersigned for many years a resident citizen of this
country -has opened in the city of New York a General
Land Agency Office for the sale of Texas Lands und the
transaction generally of such business as the citizens of Texas-
may have in the Northern ."part ol the United btates. jtie would
call the attention ol his frienrfs.and others in Texas to. the fact
that he was born and. raised iiTtfie Manufacturing Districts of
thevslale of New' York and' has an "extensive acquaintance
among that class of persons who are likely to purchase Land
in Texas.. He-intends making his officeaVilesirable-place for
all who contemplate emigrating to Texas tSrvisit. He is fur
nished with Mapsof the'difterentco.unties and possesses many
advantages lor the prompt sale ol .such L.anus as may- lie-eu-trusfed
to him. His terms are liberal and he -solicits those
having Landffbr salt to give him a trial. Communications
addressed to Wm. W.Swain Esq. Houston or the subscriber
71' Cedar street-iew xork wtu receive prompt attention.
--' -.- - "" ' JESSE "F. RAN DEL'.
Repebekces-1- .- - .
" Gen. Sam. Houston . - .- - - - '
Hon.' T. W. Ward Com. Gen: Land. Office.
."-31l P. Norton. . -- - :-
" ' Memucan Hnr.t. " -;je25-ytf -y
IWE. cOOallons Madera Wine-justreceived br -sep
24 d&:wtf-459 J D-GIlOESBEXCK
Ai M. GENTIiy&.aOsv- - - -
Houston Galveston and U. States "Package Express
GENERAL COMMISSION .AND AGENCY ESTAB
G& CO. will receipt for all valuable Letters Packages &c to
hedelivered in New Orleans or to bo forwarded icany ot the
Southern Wes.tem or Northern States GrcatJlritain or the Conti-
nent. Having made extensive arrangements for transporting our
Safes and Package Mails by the New Orleans and Galveston
"steamers and the fast running steamers plying from Houston to
Uatyeston and all the intermediate; landings; to connect at Hous-
ton with lines of Stage Coaches to the City of Ausunra Washing-
ton. Brcnham Independence Ruterville Laerunjje and Bastrop
To Huntsville via .Montgomery ; also to Co'umbus Richmond and
Saii Felipe.- In all which places we have our regular agents who
wQl attend to the personal delivery .nf all valuable Letters Packa
ges &c. forwarded by our House in New Orleans or our agents
in Boston New York Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington
ity; Buffalo Cleveland Pittsburgh Cincinnati and Louisville
lUadison la; iasn vine and .Memphis Tenn.-;-iMaiciiez and vicks-
uurg JUiS.; tfalena and Uuincy 111.; iSoonville and bt. Louis
Mo.; Little Rock Ark.; and all Towns on the Louisiana coast;
Charleston S C ; Savannah Ga.; Richmond Vn.: Montgomery
Tuscaloosa and Mobile. Ala. Our Agents will also rt-ceint for all
pacuages to De lorwarded through our omcein Houston tor any of
uie aoo ve nieniioneopoinis ; also ior money to De sent to our Hous-
ton or New Orleans iiouso for the purchase of merchandise in ei-thL-rmarket.
NEW ORLEANS OFFICE.
We will attend to all busmei'S entrusted to our care with fidelity
promptness and dispatch.' Particular attention will be paid to the
sale of Texas produce. All consignments to us In New Orleans
will be covered by our open polices ot insurance unless instructed)
ro tue contrary Oy the consignor Texas Lands and their sale and
purchase will receive our attention at all times. All lands placed
m our hands forsale mUst be accompanied byregular iransfcra and
duly authetiticated powers uf attorney. As our'busmess will heal-
niost exclusively a Texas one we will use our utmost endeavor to
introduce an anusies oi j.exasrroouco to tne notice 01 inepuuiic
and place them upon their true standard of value and importance."
.any samples ousngar uotton Tobacco &c.lroin our mends will
oc.uuiy Drougiil to public notice meichants Planters Mechanics
and others by consigning; their cotton &c. or the cash . througlr
our.Houston Office or aiiy of our Agents can at ail limes have
their supplies &c. purchased in the New Orleans market and tor-
"warded on by return Boat: Plantation supplies of every descrip
tion will be selected with uue care and attention to the interest of
Planters. Plantation machinery consisting of Sugar Mills En-
cinei&c.; Cotton Gins Corn Mills Spinning Machines. Shellers.
Dutch Bolting Cloths Mill Stones Mill Irons &c &c will be
lurmsned and contracted tor at snort notice building materials
&c; Printing materials paper &c: In fact every article which the
New Orleans market affords will be purchased by us. Clerks of
Courts and all publicomcers willperceiye Uie facility of procuring
blank Books of any size or patern stationery &c &c. Genlle-
-rnnn tTrieViinrr cmq iif rini W lmts &c nnn have them direct from
New Orleans by leaving their measure wnif our aj-uus oi at our
Houston Office. LaditSAVill be enabled to get any article which
thoy may want by.sendinga sample or description of the same.
Persons wanting Furniture Bedding &c. Dentists' and Sur
geons' in wantcfinstrumentsand.materia-B would do well to give
us a trial ltis ouvious to-au tne iaciuues wiucu our uue m ex
press affords to tiioso who may have business to transact in the U.
States and in New Orleans narticulaily or fur procuring many
.nicies which-the Texas market can not at all times supply also
it place it in the power of those who make their purchu&es for cash
todo so.at New Orleans prices with the addition of commiss
ions and' charges. Persons travelling either way by the inland
rouieftcan nave ttieir oaggage or goous lorwaiutu 10 any re
quired point ny consigning them to our care with proper in-
stiuctions. Individuals who have friends who contemplate visi
ting on emigrating to Texas would do well to rtfer tnem to
our New Orleans House as we ihay be abfe to render them val-
uable assistance on their arrival there. All articles intended to go
by our line should be marked or stamped by "Gentry & Co.'s Ex
P3-" .. . ...:
Jsausnea irom past experience w? wm tuimiic uurM-ives to a.
strictly legitimate Commission Froarding and Agency buSness.
ueiicving.it to oe to me iniercstoi.oi" h""""0 aa vc" " uurseives-
wc will runno risks bufcwilf always be prepared to make liberal ad-
vances upon shipments ofcqiwii &c. to our Ho'use in. New Or-
leans with bills of Ladinrin Jand. The freight on all smallpaek-
ugct and charges on Ictttrs enclosures &c. must be -paid at the
Houston Office or to the Agent who may issue receipt for the same.
Our Letter Bags for the Un.iedStates Great Britain and the Con
tinent will always remam-open at our umcc until the sailing or the
nL'oiR W will receive the cha'ges and postage on letters. &c.
and receipt for thesame for any pa't of England France Geimany
&c From theimmenre benefits which have been secured in the
lastfew years to the public in the United States and Europe and
thf. lihnrnl nntronat'e which has beea" extended to the proprietors of
Package express lincsin those countries we have been indnced at a
heavy expenunureoi money jaoor anu umc m wiuunau um unn
line and hope to secure a liberal pstronagefrqm our friends and the
public 4 ' novl9daw519
GENERAL LAND AGENCY.
THE undersigned at Victoria have associated for the above
business. They hope that their long residence in the West
and acqnaintancejvith the land afairs of the country will secure
patronage. if; -
l" .ym. RICHARD ROMAN.
Victoria April 14th 1842.1
Hon. Anson Jones City of Houston.
Thomas-F.McKinnev j Galveston.
Dit. -Levi Jones S
Gr.N. Thomas J. Rusk San Augustine.
Gen. Pinknev Hendeison Nacogdoches.
ap. 20 wtf-333 J " . -
"Sarlfi"! the KiepuSllfc of TCexas
As fixed by ihe sixlh Congrets ; -to. take effect from
and after the 1st day of February 1842 payable
in Gold- Silver or JExcAtqner Bills at their mar-
Are and all other kinds of Malt Liquor -10 "
Allspice. per lb. - . - - '5'cts.
Bagging bale rope and twine for packing :
cotton . " . - IQfercent'adv.
Books and Stationary ' - 15 "
Bonnets Ladies - - ' - 25 "
Butter per lb. - - - 6
Beef per 200 lbs . - - ' 3 00
Bacon per lb. - - . - 2 cts.
Bibles Testaments and primary school books .free.
Cattle and stock ol all kinds - - free...
Corn and Corn inealrper bushel of 50 lbs. 20 cts.
Coffee per lb. - . 2 "
Cider in cask or. bottle - - . 10 per centvadv.
Uhocoiaieper id. - - v.-i cts.
Cigars Spanish per 1000 .- ' - 5 00
" American " - - - 3 00
Carriages pleasure - . " - . - 35 per cent adv
Cheese: per lb. .'-.. 3 cts.
Chairs - - - 30 percent adv:
Clothing ready made - - d) "
Flour per bbi. - - r 81 00
Fruits dried and green - 30 '"
Furniture and all manufactures of wood 30 "
Fire Arms of every description . . 15 "
Farming utensils implements of husbandry
and Fnrniture the property of Emigrants.
in actual use not exceeding in value '500 free.
Harness of'all kinds - - ' 30 per cent adv
Hats - - - 25
Hard-ware and cutlery - .' ' "'-'-" 25
House frames . - -. . 15
Iron pig bar or rod - - 15
" all manufactured articles -of which it
torms a component pan - 15
Linen - - - -- 15
Liquors- brandygin rum cordials and oth
er liquors lit and 2d prpol
3d and 4th proof . ; -
SO 50 per gal.
.10 75 "
- 0 .25. : "
0 37i "
0 50 "
0 75 . v
T . 3 cts.
Whiskey 1st and 2d prooi- -3d-
4th " :
over 4th "
Lard per lb.
Oats per bushel of 32 lbs.
Oil sperm per gallon -
Pepper black per lb.
Pork per bbl.
Peas and beans per bushel
Porcelain and crockery ware
Powder and Lead
Rice per lb.
' Salt per bushel of 50 lbs.
Sugar brown per lb.
Sugar loaf and candy per lb
" Havana white
: Soap bar per lb. .
- " shaving and perfumed
Spices . J
Shoesraiid. boots .
. Tobacco manufactured r
15 per cent. adv.
" 30 per cent. adv.
ai) -. "- '"
15 . "
'"- 2 cts.
.: ;-" : kl cu
. 3 cis.
30 per cent adv
-;30 per cent. adv.
30 . " "
. - 30- . .' "
. 30 " "..
15 per ct-perlb.
Tools and implements off trade inactual use
the property pi emigrants -: - :-
Vinegar per gallon -
- '-W.heatjlndjjthegrains par bushel of 60 lbs;
Vhr""". 'rnp.kerv.- - i
Ware crockery- - i " -' - 30 per cent adv
Wiuesj?Burgundyi- Hermitage Cbambertin
and all oiher varieties uf Burgundy except
Champaigue - - - . 15 per cent. adv.
C.hauipaigne : ? - " S2.50perdoz.
Clareij'in cases . - - 10 percent.adv
"" in casks :': . . : 10 cts. per gallon
t rencn tlie produce'OL'h ranee and import-
ed in French jiivTiah;'vessels; .
. Madeira . v .';'"V '-'' :"
'" Pott v:r'rV!': - .' :
"RheUish.alOiinds.". : '. ZZ:-''"-
0 75 per gallon
0 37 "
0 50 "
0 25 "
0 25 u
0 25 ' "
Sherry" - ""!. '' :i
--.;.Teiferiffe -J: : : : '.ssiV- - .
Wearing apparel; thejersunal property of
Euiigran'.s : '" r : .-'.:-- free.
'All articles not. oiherwise'enumerated ' '. 15 percent.adv.
On all goods irapotted-ia foreign bdttomsHyjth the exception ol
those -roreigirverjeli vluch -by treaty" rtracrof Congress are.
permitted to enter on the : payment Vf the domestic duty an
additional duty .of fivepercenl. ""
Tonnage Froni and ufienhe-nineteenthlday ol May one thou
sand eight hundred aed forty-two there shall be laid on allj
vessels which may; enler.any port or the Republic Irom any
. forefgap rt or place a tonnage dutyol sixty cents per ton
on merchant vessels.aid fhirtycenis on steamboats accord-
ing to register tonnagi
September'lOth:" sep 10 d&wtf-354
"fr-ProniiSsory Notesaad Government Bonds are not receive
ed or iluries on goods imporied after the 1st of February IH42
TEXAS SANTA FJE EXPEDITION.
NARRATIVE of the Texan Santa Fe Expedition compri-sing-a
description of a Tour through Texas and across the
great South-western Prairies the Camanche and Caygua Hunt-
ing Grounds with an account of Sufferings from the want of
Food Losses - from Hostile Indian.-- and final capture of the"
Texans and theirMarch.as Prisoners to the city of Mexico;
.with Illustrations and a Map; by Geo. Wilkins Kendall.
This work is published in two volumes in the beststyle qt
the Harpers and isforjak by Wade & Adams at their store
in ."ilain btrect tioustoi. raay 29-tf
THE partnership hentotore existing between the subscribers
in the practice of neLaw under 'the firm orHerndon &
Sullivan is this day by. mutual consent dissolved. Business
heretolore commeitcedny them will receive their Joint atten-
tion umil completed ill person;- indebted to them are reques-
tedto.comelorward anselile. Both the undersigned will con-
tinue to practice Law ji the first Judicial District. Residence
Richmond. - J. H. BERNDON
J. S. SULLIVAN.
Nov. 1st. 1S43. ' nov22wtf-416
LAW BOOKS &s. for sale at the Telegraph Office
Colonization Controls ofS. F. Austin and laws relative to
Laws ofthe Republic of Texas 1st 2d 3d 4th 5th and 6th.
General Laws of ae Repnblic of Texas translated into
Spanish by S. P. Aud'ews Esq.
Evacuation of Texis by Gen. Filisola in 1836. .- .
Rules of UieSuprens and Uistnct (Jourtsol the Kepubheial
Rules and articles 6r thegovernmentof the Armies- ofthe
Republic of Texas A'--
Blank Cards suitabe for Business and Visiting Cards.
Fletcher's Latin Grimmar.
Alphabetical Indextothe Laws of Texts. . i:
Fomerly Shaw's Hotel.
C rib.isl'Tk.U pteoeur-piupiiLiui.
informs tfc citizens of Galreslonand the travelliug
public thl he has removed from the Planters' Ho-
el and e-opened the above naned commodious
anu wcii Known esnolishment for the entertiiument.of stran-
gers and permanentooarders and is now prrpareduo receive
company and accommodate those who may favor him with
heir patronage wih pleasant and agreealle rooms. The
Table will be at al times supplied with thebest the market
RATES OF BOARD.
Board and Lodgiig per month
Board only ' "
Board and Lodgiig per week
Board only . " '
Board.aud Lodgiig per day .
Breakfast . . ' .
Galveston Sep.. i'i 1845.
. . $18 00
. "... .15'W.
. -. ' 5 0
. : .4 00
. . .50
' . . . 25
. . .' 25
MY individual head right certificate for oe-third of a
league of land granted by the Board of Lsui Comrais-
sioucrsof Fort Benlcounty. if nt heard from iirincty days
application will be made to the Commissioner Gcrai of the
Land Office for a duplicate.
oat 15 w9t JAS. H.SLACK..
FRESH Drugs Medicines Painty Oils Dye tuffs A-e
wholesale and retail at the New York Drug tore Main
street Houston. Physicians pres-criiionscareftillyunipouful-ed
and ihe dispensing of all medicine under the rwionai aUe"
tion of (Sep' 4; qr.) I. D. K.NIGH' M. D.
The headright csrtificate of A. L. Carrigan for 51 acres of
land issued on the 19th July 183S by the Board of and Com-
missioners for Harris county. 'A'lsolaid Carrignu-Warrant
for 1280 acres of land issued by thSeeretary of .WiNovem-
ber25ib 1837. Should the same not be found or lard from
within ninety dafs I willapplr to the Commissiosr of the
General Land Otacc for duphvates. . 'E. D. TilVER.
nov. 5 w9i.
LOST My headnght certifi for hreq qumtprsoyi Lcaeue
and one Labor of Land' issued to; me by the Boar of Land
Commissioners ofthe county of Austin. No and date norecollect-
ed : Notice ishendy given that ifsiiid certificate is not fjatf with-
in sixty days I will apply .to the Commissioner of tlf General
Land Omcelor a uupucui.eorme same.
UAHZILLAl U1 KE3JLL.
." - nov 19 wgl8;
t)f liH'Uti 10 i i Uuhc
THE CGaM-J. MAOIC1L -Miv FXtlirjTOR.
We lake the Lbertyof preser.jii' ix :u. peep!-? ibe foHus.ng'
list of gentlemen m"UiehigaeStrpeaabil;tyuKdsiandng tasorie-
ty who have vi'neased personally ibe rwK.iVrfultlfccisrof Connbt-a
Magical Pain Ei rai."oroudm f smcen und .aauur earnestry
sohcitthem touci tu difir i3Tnsitc. ur 5be n epphti to- sc-fijtfof
their suffeiitfg neighbors;nndiittheyiarc thccirjucte4aaiqey a3
surcdly will be if thcVuseitbfkfciiHusellSo'f itsMtraordrnftrv ef-
-fects nnd eiitireinnocencjrinariy caic-we'ask of ihezn'fd speak uf
it should duty andJeefings ot humauity prompt thtm to do so.
i&usauiciuciu soicuini luatsympaiuyiornumansuHenngm
duces at least in part our earliest soli.iattons that a simple trial
should fie made In any affection named below. We think it not im-'
pudent or too much to say that nothing like n or in any degree so.
effect ual has ever been discovered in medicine externally.
They will please observe it is no "fcovereign remedy for all com-
plaints but only intended or external applications in Jiefollo wings.
urns scalds frosted parts' chilblains chafe chaps tetter pimple
blotch felon ulcers prams erysipelas cuts bruises car and tooths
ache .mumps sore throat hitlows piles rmgworm. salt iheaml
rbr s aitch.eruption 'nworeeyes-'d lid? wankb3asihr. sereli
punciures bil-sand warts lever pains tender feet Inflammatory
rheumatism Uc doular reauy ague in face and breast fever sores'
old burn scars prickly hint inflamed skin broken breast sore nip-
ples "rough hands blister surfaces" dressing Jar busters whiteswel
lings cold in wounds sore corns Genevajsorrs sntali pox marks.
Though we have named numeious affections experience has
taught us that they are not too n.ony.. liwillbe-neccssary to know-
that this article is the only one we can recommend; but mustcan-
tion against someimitauons that w a have reason to believe ore of no-
use but injurious. We will present it to the poor who have actual
need of it. Wemay add the names of but a tew fientlemeu ofthe
thousands who have tested its virtues or witnessed its effects.
Remember it is ConneUs Magical Pain Extractor from
2 Cortland st.t N. Y.
RcvDr. Matthews. 5?Ciinton olace. Rev Milton BntWr. 5..r.ro.
ofthe American Missfoir Society; Hon Alpheiis Sherman judge of 1
mannecouri; Doctor M'Lean 4 Warren st.; Dr Ne sonr77 Whit- 1
St.; ir ttarns i "aioneirurtirewster corner oM4ih-st csBroadr
-way; DrLee offico 36 John st; Dr Hunter 6th Avetne; Dr Sher-
wood 102Chambois st;. H C Hoffman Esq. Whitehallamf Front
st Captain Brooks Steamboat Ninirodr Captain Constock siiam- '
Ljspenard st; John Inman Esq Editor Commercial Advertiser.
? For sale by CO AI STOCK & CQ.
Chemists qnd-Druggists 21 CoitlandSt. N. Y.
mar 12 wlyr 482 ' : .
AN INTERESTING PA AlPHLET. CALLED
The Family Health Director yy
FOR gratuitous circulation .to ali'persons who- iivilI-Rcadr Pre-
serve and Lend it. All thefollowiug named articles have ob-
tained unbounded popularity viz.: Rheumatism Contracted Cords.
StiQfcints and Goutv will positively be cured by the sole use of
th'eHian Vegetable Elixir anu Liniment. The sceptical we invite
to can ano uc personally reterreu to gentlemen-ot the highest stan
dingin this city "who havebeen cured of Rheumatism by this reme-
. uy. a ney are warranjea tne oniy genuine.
Ueainess. Dr. McNairs Acoustic Oil has proved vcrv successfu
m curing even total deafness. Wehave many certificates from citi
zens who have used this oil with complete success. We invite ali
who are troubled with any "disease ofthe ear to examine the proof
LOnglev'a Western Indian Panacea is the besilamdV Medicine it
the world. It is a cure for Dyspepsia Asthma Liver Comnlaintl
Indigestion Costiveness Jaundice Epilepsy Consfuutipnal debihr
N. B. It operates without theslightest pain as"a mild bat thor "1
ougn cainartic and never leaves tne person costive evtn if taken
The piles arewarrantedTto be cured by the genuine Hays Linlr
incnt. and Lin'sBalm ot China or the money refunded. Who wfll
now suffer wnhthfr distressing complaint? Never buy it -withoutr
the signature of Comstock &.Co.-.
Coinstock & Co.'s Sarsaparilla is as pure and strong- an extract
from this celebrated Root as can possibly bemade.- The price is so
reasonaDie tnai tnepoor can auord to use.ir uemgbut SO Cents per
bottlc:orS4 per dozen. It is the only aiticle that will effectually
purity the blood from all impuritks. Those who have;been impru-
dent in the use of calomelJcc will find sure relief front lu
East India HairDve'. This chemical nrenaratiort will polor thi
hai any shadefrom a light brown to ajet black and not injure
uie uuir or Btaia me ssin in tne least. . . .-
Preserve and Beautifv the Hair bv usinOWrTrfpft's TfcIm nffinl.
umbial which immediately stops the hair Irom falling out and re- ' -
stock &. Co. fc
Worms. Kolmstock's'Vermifugeis a safe easy and effectual
remedy for worms in children or adnhs. in cwnr in 7 ? 0rt:
ly Vegetable and canhotinjure most the delicate child even should
mere oe no worms .rnce z& cents. JDon't confound i t with other
The Mothers Relief has been thoroughly Rested by many year's
cAjjciicm-c i.viun.3 cipecuug icKuecomemoiners may rest assur-
eu wiii wuj aiwuaamanu assisim preparing them tor the triaS
'before them. Itnnietsall nerVousraffee ions.alfnvsf mnrnmr c.vJ
ncss causes natural and sweet rest equalreesthejci'rculation ofthe
uiuuvi icjumiMunioiuuiuui uuu iuunuaiua uieoirtn witnout sucn
excruiiating pains as mothers expect. Many of our bestphysicians
use it in their practice.
New Discovery by which all stoves and pipes or grates may be
kept a Jet black with as beautiful a polish a Coach" body with. na
application a year. It keeps ail stoves and pipesfrijm rustin thror
the summer. This varnish is an entire new1 invention and surpris-
es and delights all who useiu Specimeas-ofSton-s" and pices in
use may be seen at 21 Courtlandt-utreet where th&pohsh may be
had at tIieco3ror25"cenis per bottle. j"
Roach and Bed Bug Bane -A sure remedy. Price 25 cents.
Dr Larretti's Juno Cordial or Procreative-EIixi-v a remedy Inca-
ses of Impotency Barrenness Fluor Albas Menstruation Inconti-
nence and all diseases arising from debilitation ofthttsvstern whm
restoration is required.
Kev.ur. Bartholomew's Pink Expectorant Syrup for the cureof
Consumption Asthma Coughs Colds Spiitmg . of -Bfoodt N"ht
Sweats Expectoration. Pam in the sides &c.;&c-.
Magic Hair Oil. It gives the hair a beautilullossfc nrn? inr-ima ;
to cun anu wnoiiy uniute any otner outit never soils toe Chest la
uier nais in tne least
and find these
nowhere else except of their country agents;
These articles are to be had in thistJace of J. D. Groesbecck.
V O L U W E E K S FOR M E XI C O!
AtlenlionflRheumatic Battalion hi
XN anticipation of a war with Mexico the individuals.composing:
tthe Rheumatic Battalion are each and every oneliotified and
warned to appear (armed as hereafter .shall be directed before Or-
derly Surgeon O. H. Moelier at his Drug Store on; the north east
corner uof the Public-square- and purchase -a bottle of Hewes
Lmame t and Elixir which is warrented to cureall the old casesof
L'hronic and Infiamatory Rheumatism that haveTemaiired uncured
up" to the present time. This without dIay so that they maybein
readiness to march ifca'led upon. To the Universal Rheumatic
Battallion. Given this day at Head Quarters by
Comstock & Co Commander General.
The above article is sold at Wholesale bv Comstock & Co- 21
Cortlandt-sireet New York and by J. D. 'Groesbeeck Houston
where the only genuine canbe had. Also the celebrattd Cormell's
Pain Extractor the only genuine article manufactured; and sold at
half price to meet the wants ofthe poor Also Comstock & Co's
celebrated Extract cf Sarsaparilla a splendid article for 50 cents a
bottle warranted as good as any of the dollar articles. The genu-
ine is to be had of Comstock & Co. New York and' J. D. Groes-
beeck Houston. 520
Wii wiahto cut tne alien uo u ofthe public to the following rem-
edies which have obtained the most unbounderfpopulanty.
Asthma; Dyspepsies and Liver Complain tare positively cured by
Dr. Longley's Western Indian Panacea and unless the patient is
perfectly satisfied with the effect the monev will hi rptnmpft tv.
I be had only at 54. Broadway1 New York and J. D. Groesbeeckfs
f Edo nol think it possible to use the Indian Vegetable Elixer
A internally and the nerve and bone linament externally In
fWTmatic affections without a cure. The long experience of 13
years in which It has cured a thousand case3 without a single fau-
uie mducses us- to ibink so.
Are not these grounds of opinions good? The afflicted have an
opportunity to satKfy themselves by application at 54 Broadway
New York and J. D Groesbeecks Houston.
IJiK-taost-distressingaffiicjion that caabiumrinreriJa. lha sick
JL headache and even this death lnvitlmr complnmr mnn niw..
be avoided by the timely use of the remedy for that purpose at 54
Broadway New York and J. D. Groesbeicks Houston.
fl HE defects of nature areovercome by art in the. use of the Hair
X Eradicators to make high foreheads- and remove surerfiuous
hair from the back ofthe neck which may be found only at 54
Broadway and J. D. Groesbecck's Houston also the East India
Hair Dye to color rcdor grey hair wuhout affecting ihe skin.
VAltNlSH your Moves. Stoves pipes and every kind of iron
will receiveas high a polish by the use of the varnish for that
purpose sold at 54 Broadway New York and J. D. Groesbeecks
"""""'"i 'j " uc t:ivcii even to inennestcoacn oody.S
ALL mat is said ol the virtues of Hay's Liniment m connection
withhe.Balm of China forcur.ng the piles is established by ex-
perience andisproved at54 Broadway iNew York and J.D.Groes-
bew k's -Houston.
j &.F people can be cured ot this iroblesome complaint by ap-J-
plication at 54 Broadway for McNairs' oil for deafness.
THE undersigned will give- 3 cents cash per pound for corn
fed HOGS weighing 150 lbs. and upwards "rfeli vered in
Ual.stonaud2J cents deli vered on board theBoatin Houston
in 'rores of 50 every fortnight.
Mit Hogs are not wantedat any price and no person need
conir.'.t to deliver any bai fat Corn fed Hogs.
Apply in Houston to
S. W. T1CHENOR
or to L. M. H1TCHCOCKV
Galveston OcU 6 1843. Galveston
oct 1 1 wtf-410
THE GALVESTON ACADEMY
Ustder-the Superintendence of Mr. and Mrs. Huckins
WlLBJbe opened for the reception of pubils of both sexes
onJyfpnday the 6th ot May. Professor Durant will give
instruriion in the French Language provided asufficientnum-.
her jf scholars shall be found to form a class. Tuitioa in the
ordina-y English branches SIC per session of 23 weeks. la
the p:gher$20. Latin Greek and French extra.
Tcnas wsh one half in advance. No deviation unless. irtt
cases ofpecial arrangement will be made from this rule. v
The Maleand Female Departments entirely distinct.
Galrestbn April 22 1844. my 8wtf-4.4Q
LAW NOTICE. '
r-pHOJIASNEWCOMB Attorney and Counsellor at Law
JL (District Attorney of the Fourth Judicial . District)' will
send promptly to all business in the way. of his oiofn-s-r..
wuithnay -be entrusted to him the several conntles-compo-.
. itanyiadyorgentJemaashaiiuse this; nrt 8
statements untrue theirrrionev will bsrel'nndt T
so be Remembered. The above-named arficleg ?re?oId
thiacitv b Comstock & Co": 21' Conrtlonrfi-sirj er. nnrf ? 1
j . .
.In'store' and forsale by
jy:ip- SHACKELFORD SAMPSON & Co.
.Nov. 5th 1842;
Residence at Vicloria.. . -. -
-s ' . J :J. UKUOOEiUUil'..'-
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