The South-Western American. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 50, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 18, 1851 Page: 3 of 4
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We are authorized to announce Col. P II. BELL as
candidate for re-election to the cfficc of Governor of
We are aulhorizid to announce Gen- T. J. CHAM-
BERS as a candidate for Governer.
We are authorized to announce Col. M. T. JOHN-
SON of Tarrant county as a candidate for Governor.
We ar authorized to announce Hon. E M. PEASE
d Brazoria county as a candidate for Governor.
FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. '
We are authorized to announce Maj JAMES S
GILLET as a candidal for Lieutenant Governor.
We are authorized to announce Hon. JAMES W.
HENDERSON of Harris couuty as a candidate for
We are authorized to announce Hon. MATTHIAS
WARD of Cass county as a candidate for Lieutenant-
Governor. FOR CONGRESS.
We arc authorized to announce H. N. POTTER
Esic of Galveston asa candidate to represent the Wes
tern uisuici 01 lets oiaie m Uongres.
. V eare authorizadto announce Gen. HUGH MpTVnn
Pi a candidate lo represent the Western Congressional
Jisirict ci itxas m Congress.
We are authorized to announce Col. VOLNEY E.
-OWAllD s a candidate to represent the Western
District ol Texas jn the House of Representatives of
ihe United Slates. Congress
We are authorized to announce Hon. JAMES WEBR
as a candidate for Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court of Texas.
COMMISSIONER OF THE LAND OFFICE.
We are authorized to announce Col. THOS. WM.
WARD as a candidate for the office of Commissioner
of the General Innd Office.
FOR DISTRICT JUDGE-
We are authorized i announce W M. H. GORDON
of Seguia as a candidate for Judge of the 2J Judicial
We ere authorized to announce JOHN HANCOCK
of Austin city as a candidate for Judge of the 2d Judi-
We are authorized to announce Judge M. A
DOOLEY as a candidate for Judge or the 2d Judicial
District composed of Ihe counties of Fayette Bastrop
Williamson Travis Hays Comal Caldwell and Guad.
" FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
We are authorized lo anuounce jO;EPH LEE Eq.
jss a candidate lo represent Travis county in the lower
Houe of the next Legislature.
fcson's ionic fitters
AX INVALUABLE REjIEDI7"
FOIl ALL DISEASE AUISIKG FKOJI DEBILITY.
THESE Bi'ters are prepared by the subscribers from
a recipe tinJIy granted them- by Doctor Joseph
W. Robertson of Austin Tcxa3.
Dr. R. ba- for many years ucd these Bitlers in his
private practice and iheir unpdralled j-ueee-s has so in-
creased the demand that it is detmed necessary to ex
lend iheir manufacture and distribute them ovti the
Cemtisi.es are unnecessary Dr. R's. hgh standing
ie u sufficient guarantee.
3 Tiicsu Uiliert- are manufactured only by the f ubscri-
bjitsby whem they will be ennstantly kept for sale
in quantities lo suit rurchasers.
GRAY & DUFFAU
ti50 Drusi-ts AuMin
PUBLIC MOTICS. "
TJERSONS having claims ogainsr !be lale (I'm of E1
4gin & Mullowny are requesud to pre-eut them lo
ihe subscriber and lhoe indebted are expected lo set.
tie by note. or otherwise as the pceounl- will be
promptly closed. ID Dr Mullowny can be found at
fte old cilice on I.-can -irert. at all time during the
dav.. 50 S D MULLOWNY M. D.
THE PEOPLE'S IjRUQ STORE.
nnllE undersigned have the satisfaction of informing
- iheir old friend- ami ihe public generally that they
ore jul in receipt ot i largi- mid well-selected stock ol
DRUGS MKDlCIKES DYE-STUFFS
BOOKS STATION EUIr PERFUMERY
!&-- izc which they are prepared to uffer at their U'-u.
al low raies for cash By being accommodating lo
their customers and pajing stiict attention lo Iheir bu-
siness they inleiid lo merit and expect lo receive the
fame libera! patronage that has heretofore been so gen-
erously extended lo them.
For a INl .f anielex received they invite altenticn
lo their printed hand-bills. -IS'f
GRAY .t DUFFAU.
' U. S. MAIL LINK.
HOUSTON AND GALVESTON.
The splendid new aad fast
3 ciWi ca d5 iZi d5ag
Cant. J. H.Steruitt
t ...... f7. ..... r... r?.li..c1nn Win nocilfiic nuft Sntlir-
da s at 3 o'clock p. in. Returning leaves Galveston
Tuesdays and Fridays at 3 o'clock.
gg-Browii & Tarbox'- line of slaves depart for Austin
and Iliiutsvillc immediately on the arrival of this boat
from Galveston. Passengers are sure of rcachiuz tic
interior without delay
.October 2 1S5U t. f.
TF" The Steamships leave every Sunday cvenirgal
" 4 o'clock. Passengers per the packets can go down on
Saturdays by the " Farmer." This crraugement will
.continue during the summer.
Fresli Brg3 and BIediciae3
THE subscribers have just received direct frcm p.
Scbicffeliu & Co. New York a full supply of en-
Drugs Medicines. Paints Oils Varnishes Paint
Biushcs Window-Glass &c &c.
"We have aLo a good assoriincut of
Paper. Ink Quill-. Blank-Books Hiir Cloth
Flesh Tooth Scrubbing and Whitewash
Brushes Penpcr Ciuuaracn Cigars
.which are now opening al ihe stoic recently occupied bi-
ll. F.P-'rkcr & Co. on Congress Avenue Austin and
for sale at reduced prices for ca- Ii.
BAKER & TOWNSEND.
5CJ- Prescriptions ut up with the utmost care and de-
patch. -V Austin. April 26 1II51 43 tl
THE undersigned (being by much experience well
acquainted wilh the wholesale dry goods and other
trade of this city) is devoting his personal and special
Attention to Purchasing for Orders Dry Goods Groce-
ries Hardware Clothing Hats Boots and Shoes S.id-
Jlery Crockery Carriages &c &c for a commission
of two and half per csnL Orders promptly attended
to and goods carefully selected at the lowest market
priceand purchased on favorable terms.
New York May 1S51. E. PLANT
14G William st. N Y.
N. B I take pleasure in stating to my friends that
nv business entrusted to rav brother will receive his
prompt faithful and personal attention. JAS. PLANT. I
ON PECAN STREET -
T'HE UNDERS1GIIED would invite attention
U of the citizens of Austin and vicinity to his fresh
New Stock of Merchandize
STAPLE AND FANCY
Hals and Caps Tin and
Boots end Shoes TFooden JFore
And other varietie too numerous to mention. Whi
oilers at very reduced prices for
CASH COT TON HIDES PELTRIES PECANS
THOMAS H. JONE
Avstiu Dcc.4 1SS0.
NEW CASH STORE-
THE UNDERSIGNED would invite the atten-
tion or his old fricujs and acquaintances ol the city
of AUSTIN and vicinity to his fresh and entirely
Hew Stock of Merchandize
DIRECT FROM NEW YORK
Staph and Fancy
Boots and Shoes
And other varieties too numerous to mention. Which
he offers at very reduced prices for
CASH COTTON HIDES -PELTRIES PECANS &c.
In the selection of bis stock he had an eye sinlc lo
the interest of the consumer and has consequently
bought THE BEST of GOODS under the convic-
tion that hi cusiomers would prefer ihem at a fair price
lo " Pindar's Razors" at whatever price they might be
offered. He would therefore invite his friends to an
examination of his Stock aad Prices belore purchasing
elsewhere. It affords him pleasure at all times to exhi-
bit his goods whether he sell or not.
' NATHL. TOWJVSEND.
Austin Nov. 27 IS50. n21tf
A FULL AND COMPLETE as.orlmcnt of slab and
bar iron and steel wrouzht nails cut do. 3d 4Ud.
horse-shoes and horse-shoe nails giass scythes and
swaths hay-forks garden-hoes Carolina do. shovels
and spades steel. mills gs and trace-chains cutlery
carpenters' tools files and rasps ass'd ; locks butts and
hinges masons' trowels sheep-shears etc etc. For
sale by May 31 1851. 4S N TO VNSEND.
CX SACKS Rio coffee; 10 bbls flour; 1 do. molases ;
f'' 1 do. golden syrup ; 2 do. cider vinegar ; 40 sacks
salt; mackerel lard candles lamp-oil soap spices
raisins almond- bl'k and green -leas prunes walnut
and lomato catsup candies ass'd ; matche- cigars to-
bacco &c &e just received anil for snle by
Austin May 31 1S51. N TOWNSEND.
"DROWN linen merino and cislinnre coats plain and
--' fancy eas racic merino brown .uid cbrtk linen pants
black satin fiurid silk embroidered ci-simeic merino
awl Marseilles vest- fine jm.-n boom and cneck linen
shirts hickoiy and calico do. drawers and under shirts.
Also ladies' aiidzcnllcnit.iiN shoes of cverv variety Mid
fine Frmcli calf tools and cents' enamelled gaiters AIo
a gcod assortment of ecntlcnicn's and boys' hats and
caps. My 31 4STtf NATH'L TOVVNSEND.
JUST RECEIVED a large supply or fine prints ging-
hams printed lawni and muslins plain and print d
bareges Swi-s jaco.irt mull and book muslins laces
hosiery glote- do nestics u all paper silk and cotton
umbrellas parasols ivory fans --kiits counterpanes
draperies oilcloih etc. May 31:43 N. TOWNSEND.
Repealing so ir.uch of an Ordinance as relates
to a License Tax in the City of Austin.
Be it Ordained by ihe Board of Aldermen of the city
of Austin in Council assembled Thai so much of the
Ondinance for creating a city revenue as relates to the
license tax be and is hereby repealed provided that
this Ordinance shall not be so construed as lo repeal Ihe
ad valorem lax imposed on merchants as contained in
ihe 5 h section of the above recited Ordinance.
Approved May 21 1S51.
FRANCIS T. DUFFAU City Reco.-der.
SAMPSON & HENJRICKS
A re now receiving; a full and well selected
Stock of Gods to which they invite attention.
GENERAL DEALER IN
Dry Goods Groceries. Liquors Hardware fyc
JO ESPECTFULLY inform the Ctiizrns urLeonaand
-Ell' i!ie surrounding Counties that at his est iblishment
will be found a well selected stock or GOODS suitable
for a country store all ol which are of the very best
quality. He would particularly call the attention of the
LADIES to his stock of
NEW AND FASHIONABLE PRINTS
fjjJ-V.Tarranted F.ist Colnrs.O
In the Print line he is satisfied that no other establish-
meat in Texas can compete with him as he is monthly
in receipt of additions to his slock carefully solecled ex
prcssly for liim by Mr. James Woods or Providence
Rhode Island a gentleman who has had u practical ex
pcrience in the manufacture of this article of 4U years
and who from his positio.i and connection is enabled t
supply him with the newest and most fashionable style
of Goods in his line almost a soon as they ci'n be found
in any Retail Establishment in Broadway New York.
Leona August 10 1850.
WALKER & TOOLE
Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods aiid Grocery
WACO TILLAGE izxas
RAVE nox on hand and will be constantly supplied
with a general assortment of Dry Goods Groceries
Hardware and every other article suited to the wants
of Planters and others who may favor them with their
patronage which they will sell at the lowest rates for
cash or produce of all" kinds- n9
Traducido por el Dr. Jose Q. Warnes.
FINE LAJfDS FOR SAL.E.
JO(")Q ACRES of excellent farming Iriittl described as
0060 lieing well timbered and watered situated on the
south side ol the Guadalupe river 10 miles from Gonza-
les being part of the hcaJright of Isaui J. Good. 1
J fifK ACRCS "f very rich land situated in Van Zandt
VJ-J county on tne waters of the Sabine being head-
right of F. V- Wcde anl an cxceedinsly fertile tract of
land. Title indisputable. 75 J. De CORDOVA.
TEXAS LAXI) AGENCY.
riHHE UNDERSIGNED effers his services as an
-D AGENT.in all matters appertaining to lands iu
Texas but particularly to cclect unloc.ited lands and pro-
cure patent for the same. Terms moderate and will be
made known when informed what ts to be done.
flCJ- Address H. G. CATLETT
April 26 IBdI. 43 6m Dallas Ttxas.
B. F. CARUTHERS
Attorney nml Uounscllor at Law
ILL practice in all the cctir'ijf nf the srcor.d Judi-
cial District in the Supreme Court of the State
and in the Federai Court. 13 if
HENRY .1. JEWETT
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Lcona Leona County.
COB GUT D JOHNSON
Commissioner of Deeds for every State in the
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND CONVEYANCER
No. 276 N. Sth St.
Commissioner for Texas Kcntusky and Louisiana
AARON H. BEAN
IMPORTER OF FOREIGN' WINES AND
No. 39 WATER STREET NEW YORK CITY.
James Wedb. W. S. Oldham. XV. M. Mubphe
WEBB OLDHAM & MURPHEY
Attorneys and Conusellors at Law
IN order lo a'tend to ihe business of.our clients which
has been removed from this place by the division of the
Supreme Court by the Legislature at its recent session wo
have associated" with us in the Practice of Law WM.
M. MURPHEY Esq and will continue the Practice
under the firm of
WEBB OLDHAM & MURPHEY
In ali the counties of the Second and Thiid Judicial Di
tricts of the State in the Supreme Court at Austin Gal-
veston and Tyler and also in the United Stales District
Couital Galveston. JAMES WEBB.
Jan. 15 1S51. 2S::tf. W.S.OLDHAM.
W. P. & T. II. DUVAL
THE undersigned have associated themselves m the
practice of the LAW. They will attend the Courts
Uof the 2d Judicial District the Supreme Conrt of the
hlMe and if specially cmploved the U. states Lnurt.it
Galvesion. WILLIAM P. DUVAL
THOMAS II. DUVAL.
Austin March 10 1S50. n41tf
B. F. RICE.
ATTORNEY AT lulYT Cameron Milam Co.
aJ&J ILL promptly attend to any business cntrds-ted lo
V him iu any of the Courts of the 3rd Judicial Dis
trict. Feb. 431 lv.
WM. R. BAKER
Commissioner of Deeds &c
for the Sr aies of
OHIO. S. CAROLINA
CONNNECTICUT i N. CAROLINA aim
RHODE ISLAND. VIRGINIA.
RICHARD B. KIMBALL
Commissioner of Deeds for ihe Slate of Texas
WALL STREET NEW YORK.
MEDICINES AND SURGERY.
WRS. BAKER &. LITTEN ha. ins; as
sociated iheinselves in the practice of their pro
fcssio-i and permanently located m the cily if Au-tn
respectfully solicit a vshare if the public patronage.
They liOie by strict attention to business and their very
ample opportunities for observation and experience in
every branch of their profession to be rble lo serve the
Diseases of tbo CYC and E R - OPERATIONS for
deformities of these organ deformities or the LIMBS
or ntbir parts amenable to Surgical treatment strictly
i)C- Office on Congress Avenue opposite State De-
partment. Austin iNovcmlier 2- ISoli.
rtnHE uudeir-ljiutd liuve lorined a pirluersliip in me
-K- practice of PHYSIC SURGERY nud OBSTE-
TRICS. They will attend promptly in all calls.
S. D. MULLOWNY
J. E. ELGIN.
D2?" They can be found al Dr Elgin's office oh Pe-
can street opposite Marlin Moore's store.
RICHARD LATHERS .
Commission Merchant. No. 63 Waller St.
LIBERAL C-ash Advances made on Consignments ol
Colton Sugar Tobacco &c. shipped as above and
no efforts spai-ed to promote the interests nf owners and
give satisfaction in all respects.
All orders attended to Promptly Carefully and with
due Observance of Instructions anil particular attention
given to filline Ordeis for Merchants.
Mr. LATHERS is familiar with Southern commerce
and interests beinjr of the South and for seTcral years
successfully eng ged in mercniile pursuits in Georgetown
S. C He is known (among many others) to
BANK OF GEORGETOWN S. C.
Messrs. JOHN FRASHER & Co. Charleston S. C.
COHEN & FOSDICK Savanah Geo".
C. DAY & Co. Macon Geo.
'icssr. A. N. McKAY & Co. Apahchicola Fla.
A. .MAGEE & Co. New Orl.ans Li.
II. II. W1LL1A !S & Co. Galvesion Texa.
SPOFFORD TILESTON & Co. New York-
Jan. 15 ISjl. iSitf.
S. W. KELLOGG
Whedock Robertson County
THE subscriber wculd cail the atlcnlinn of Ihe Citi-
zens of Robertson and adjsccnl Counties to his ex-
tensive and ueli assorted stock of seasonable
HATS and CLOTHING
BOOTS and SHOES
ROPE and BAGGING
which he will sell at reasonable prices for Cash or
exchange for Cotton Hides or Peltries. aug IS
BLANK PROBATE DI'.EDS according lo a form fur-
nished by one of the first Lawyers in the Slate and
which present at one view all the nccsesary proofs.
TAX DEEDS according to the Comptroller's form
EC7" NOTICE. oDS
rBTHE firm of HORAN & LONG has been dissoived
Jfi. by' mutual consent. John Iloran will pay and re-
ceive all demands or'dcbts due bvorto the late firm.
JAMES M. LONG.
October 16 -t. f.
WACO VILLAGE FERRY.
NEW and substantial boat under the charge of a
careful ami nromt.i ferryman has been provided nt
this pjint which is on the direct route between Dallas
and Austin. The banks have been carefully cut down
and ever" xcrtion used lo render this Ferry not inferior
toany iu the State. S. P. ROSS Proprietor.
CANON DE UVALDE.
WO Shares in this delightful ValleyMor sale.
Sepl. U Apply to J. DeCORDOVA.
SIX HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES OF LAND
C5 on Deer Creek Hamilton's Valley Travis comity
off the Burleson Ueadnght. Terms easy. Apply at this
office or to B. U. II. BUTTS cily of Austin.
October 12 lS5f). -lnilo
CT J- B. HILL. D
ON the 10th December 1S19 J B. HILL signed a
reeeint for a Box of PaDer shinned lo our address
by Shackelford & Co of Houston which paper has
nol been received. The whereabouts of the said J B.
HILL is at present unknown but information is soli
cited. Hi CORDOVA fc Co Austin.
AGE NCI ES. ETC.
GENERAL TEXAS LAND AGENCY OF
MANY tracts of land are held in this Slate not only
bv llOn-riisiitentts. Inn In- eili-71-n Telin res-lite reninte
. -; m ..j ...... .. .
irom me (onniies in "lucli they lie It ttliev nave ijceu
duly entered fur taxation and iho taxes are not regnlaily
paid by the proprietors or their agents tlicy will bo sold
for said taxes by the Assessors oftheirn spective counties.
Persons interested will at once perceiw the immediate
impnrlai.ee of attending to this subject and a feir siigsse-
tioii designed lo assist Iheir enquiries mat nol be unac-
ceptable. Purchasers should know whether ihcircouvey-
auccs have been duly recorded in the proper counties. I
these requi iles haie been attended In but from neglect
or otbci c.uise the taxes ha e not been regularly paid en-
quiries should be forth with addressed to a competent agent.
In ali coinmuie.ition let such facts and eircum-taiices
be stated as ill properly establish the identity of Ihe
iaml. For example gie the mimes 0l" fnrmer oiwwtj
when title tn lanJ acquired countieswherc pr..-nted
nr now siiiialKiual'iral huundnrie and quantity in etch
tract. Wheie much time shall have elapsed or anyilillirul-
ty supposed lo exist it would be proppr also to trarsmit
copies or abstracts ol tat recc-ipU or other papers con-
nectcduith the subject. Onrncrs of lots in towns would do
well also lo make special inquiry nbserving such of the
foregoing suggestions as arc applicable. Let it beborne'in
mind that binds and lots may be sold for the tax of any
year allhou!;li the title te in ol'-.crs on the day of sale.
to illustrate the importance of the subject in a few words
it may not he amiss to state that cases hare occurred and
may occur asain when the lands or lots of an individual
without great igilance on his pan may be sold iu lii3
presence without his knowledge.
J. De CORDOVA
Texas General Land Airent.
City of Austin M ly 111 oa'l-
TO THE OWNKlis"OFP RUPERT Y
TAKEN BY THE
2a: issr xss ee jsx. jjsst ss
Since the Annexation of Texas.
WM. P. DUVAL anil THOMAS II.
r DUVAL residing at Austin the seat ol govern
ment arc nw receiving chiins from the citizens of
T'-x.is for property taken from litem by the Indians
These claims will be presented by us to Congress
and Win. P. Duval will attend lo thrm iu person at the
cily of Washington
Those who desire cur services will v. rile to us (let-
ters post-paid) and ire will furnish the fnrms ncce-snry
and instructions as to the manner ol taking the proof
with proper powers of attorney to le given to us to
receive the sum to be paid to each claimant.
03- Letters nddressed to Win. P. & Thos. H. Duval
A : . vnil 1 fnnnXtrtt ii mm nt 1llfntinn
IU9(1J. t 1 IVkkl It IIIUIIIIIIi ii- !""
WM. P. DUVAL
THOS. II. DUVAL.
Novemb 15 lSSno. 201 months.
W. B. WACKER
Gencr a I Land Agent
WACO VILLAGE TEXAS
WILL attend to the sale ol Lands the rccordirgo
Deed payment of Taxes and all matlers appcr.
taining to Lauds for persons at a distance except the
location of la. d. Person having busii cs of th above
description within Ihe land di-trict mbraced by the old
county of Allium may secure prompt attention to tbe
aine by application to the subscriber. Terms moderate.
AH letters must be post paid to insure attention.
John B. Jones Galveston.
Ric- 6c Nichols -
J. XV. Henderson Hous
A. S. Ruthven. )
J. De Cordova
I. Ue Cordova )
las B. Shar. )
Waco 'Village Aug. 21 1S39.
GENFRAL LAND AGENCY.
J O I1N PATRICK
Leona Leon Co. 'Texas.
WILL umleitake tht location of Lauds and the
buying and scllica of Land and Land Certificates.
He tvill also attend to the procurements of Patents
and ihe perfectins of titles as well as having the same
recorded in their pro; er counties.
Having had considerable experience in Laud Survey-
ing for the last four years he will undertake to givejas
0ad locations us can be had iu the State.
IU Communications must be post paid.
GENERAL LAND AGENCY.
Waco Village Texas.
UILL undertake the location of Lands and the buying
' ami selling of Land and Land Certificates
He will alo attend lo the procurements of Patents
and the perfecting of titles as well as having the same
recoided m Iheir proper counties.
Having hid cansiderabL- experience in Land Survey-
ing lo.-the last 2j j cars he will undertake to give as
good locations as can be had in the Slate
(JO- Communications must be POST PAID.
PINERY NEAR HOUSTON FOR SALE.
HE REYNOLDS tract of Puie land just above the
i-Ilt- nf llilnii ... 11nrTnlrt I.-...A.. I ..I-..- . f i .
s...j w. iiuunuii uu uuudiu vaj uu is wuerci Itir sale.
Je indisputable. Apply to J. De CORDOVA
Austin and Houston or to
LAND IN NAVAllRO COUNTY.
TpOUR. hundred and twenty-six and two
third acres or Land eligibly situafrd in Navario
County part of the headright of GidAn White sit'iated
on Cummints' Creelc .qui di-tant from Corsicana and
Porter's Bluff. Tiib- full and complete. To save tin-nyce-siry
irouble Price One Dnllarper acre. Apply at
this office orto J. Ue CORDOYA Houston.
Austin Jan. sth 1S51. No. 27 if.
A GOOD BARGAIN.
553 acres of land fo r .sale
SITUATED about three miles below the
Three Fnths of Little River and fronting on aid
River. Said land being the undividi d half of u quarter
of n league origiiully granted o John Waugh by Va112h
transferred tO'Dauiel Alexander by Alexander lo F. T.
DiuTau. AppI) to J.DjCORDOVA.
Austin Jan. Ut ISil. u2G if.
TO LAND LOCATORS & SUIIVKYOR
TN ISM WILLIAM W. WILLIAMS placed it. the
1 hands of some Land Locator or Surveyor several cer-
lificaies for location. 1 am instructed liy the Hfiia !
attend to the unfinished bu-incj-s and U'OjU! be-plcsscd
o obtain some infnnnatioa which may lead to the reco-
very of Ihcae certificate. J. De CORDOVA.
Man of ihe Shite of Texas
AS COMPILED BY
Principal Draftsman of the GenH Land Office
AT TIIE FOLLOWING PLACES:
AUSTIN. Lamar Moore James M. Long J. Bre-
mond and at the oliicc of tne South Western American.
GALVESTON. J. M. Jones.
BSTROP. James Nich-l-on.
LA GRANGE. Michael Cavenaugh John Shearn
and Messrs. Shan-.
SAN ANTONIO. -William Vance and John D. Mc-
Lcul. WASHINGTON ON THE BRASOS. Shackelford
Gould & Co.
NACOGDOCHES. A. & T. Raguct.
NEW BliAUNSFELS. J. T. Ila-wcII.
IlOUsTON. John Shackelford. Jr. U Co and J. F
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
nrpHE proprietois of the "South-Western American"
H would respectfully inform their friend and the pub-
lic that thev are mow prrnarcd tn execute ordeis for
BOOK and J'OB PRINTING in the neatest manner and
on liberal terms. Pnriirular attention will be given to
he fallowing hinds of PRINTING :
LAWYERS' BRIEFS HANDBILLS and
POSTERS BLANKS of every variety.
South- w estem American umce
Austin July 301550.
SpY virtue of tintl in obedience to an order
ol sale maile nnvl entered at the Apirl
term A. 1). 1851 of Harris County Court
and to me addressed I will sell at public
auction to the liiylie?t bidder for cash on
Tue-day the 1st d.iv of July A. I). 1851 at
the. Court House diuir of Harris county in
tiie city ol" Houston within the hoar3 pre-
l scribed by law the following property be-
lunging to the estaie uf A. Al. lierry ue-
cehsed vi. :
Houston City Corptration notes $1 00
Austin City" " " 4 00
BtMiidon Bunk " 17000
A certificate of military scrip for 24 00
A certificate of 1-9G tliare in the town of
A certificate in favor of J. W. Davis for
G40 acres f land ; and one and a half
shares in the Ub.iltlu TratlinCompany.
And also at the same time and place will
be sold to the highest bidder on a credit of
twelve months a sufficiency of the following
described property of ?aid estate lo pay the
debts thereof vix:
The right and title of said estate in and
to the town nf Ia Salle. Also
The Salt Lake and the land purchased
by Howth &. Dwycr of 5'edro de la Vertla
and Maria Cartnel de las Bandiras situate
on the San Antonio river in Bexar county.
Also the following tracts of lands in
Goliad cotinty viz:
Manuel de la Pena four leagues of land.
.lesus Cardena"one half of seven leagues
Jose Maria Alarigo one half of eleven
leagues ot land.
Pedro de la Garza one half of eleven
leagues of land.
Jtce Maria D;az one league and labor.
Gullertno Queiedo one league and labor.
In Victoria county Maria Andreas Cas-
tanon one league and labor.
In Bexar county the following tracts of
land viz :
Jose Maria Baslillo 555 acres.
Seferino Huizar one league and labor.
Juan Garza one league and labor.
Juan Jose Tejida one league and labor.
In Refugio county
Jose Antonio Carrera one league and la-
bor. Manuel Martinez one league andlabor.
Juan Gaveia - league.
Miguel Mata 1 league.
In San Patricio county
Maria Josefa de la Garza.
Also the certificates (unlocated) of head-
rights of Bartolo Flurez and Anna Salczar.
each for one league and labor ; and A M.
Berry's headright certificate for 640 acres.
Also the following eight claims par-
chafed of Hood and Steel in Bexar county :
Gaudalnpe Torres one league and labor.
Jo'efa Diaz one league and labor.
Josefa Gomez one league and labor.
In San Patricio county
Clemento Diaz i league.
Juan Andres Guzman 5 leauge.
And the following claims location un-
Jose Maria Espanoso one league and la-
bor. Acencion Giinalva one league and labor
Pedro Hcrrera one league and labor.
Also a negro bov named Stephen.
Administrator on the Est-te of A. EI. Berry dee'd.
June 1 1851.
THE subscriber was appointed Administrator in the
estate of Charle' C Breen bv the Probate Court of
Williamson County at the March" term 1S3 1. This ii
. ;r. h r-nn iK-vme claims agatnst the said es
tate to prc-eat tnciu within the time prescribed by law
or they will be barred and all person indebted will
please make imaiedia'e payment or they will be sued.
G. N. BREEN
May 2S 1S01 n47 G'- Georgetov.-n Will'snn Co.
SPRIXG $ SUMMER CLOTHING
r fine iissorlmcnt for sale by
Si nl-J SAMPSON & HENRICRS.
COLORED fy WHITE DRESS GOODS
A fine assortment just received anil for sib- by
n-Tj SAMPSON JcIIENMCKS.
LACES A.D EMDROIDRES.
Ct ARTOON richliicc Canes. Cartoon French wrought
J Collars. Cartnou French wrought Sleeves Swiss
Jaconet and Thread Edging and Imertings ; a large as-
sortmcet just received and for sole oy
n-I3 SAMFSON U. IICNRICKS.
FOR sale by 17-13 SAAlPaON -V HEMRICK3.
BOO'IS & SHOES
Fme assortment ju-l received and for sale by
n43 SAMPSON i: HENR1CK5
1 Fv copies of Ihrtley'i Dis;et of the LAWS
aVS- of Tesa.
THOS. H. JONES.
FOR SALK CHEAP.
A NEW and complete DAGUERKEOTYAE APPA-
LS. RATUS PLATES &c i:n
GRAY &: DUFFAU Druggists;
March 19 1S5I. 37tf " Austin.
EROWN -Tid Clarified Sugars Coffee Molatsei
Gold.'ii-Syrup Flour Ba -en-Hams Lird Ciiecs
lachercl iu kits quarters aaid uholc parages Diied
Applet and Piaclus. Leather Vinegar. Soap fresh Figi
atnl-RaHins Slu.irt'j Candic as-cned Horse-shOi-Naili
Havana and Principe Cigars &c &c &c.
43 tf NATH'L TO WNSEND
fYX1 1. tinflnrainnml lilt ttip t.nt(! Itn.t UnA. 1..- J
IJ 'J J U Himvj.-lll "MH i-tu.Jli-Ilu .ItVIUSLIILS lit
L ilm city ol Autiii are prepan i! lo mannfjclur
COUPEK TIX and SUE2T IROri WAKE-
Ul "II Ul -lllPIIIUI"
JOE "WORK neatly cxeculc.l lo order. Merchant'
will find il to .their interest to purchase their supplies
Shon 011 Pccaa St; next door to Messrs. Hancock St. Co
DEATS & BLUE.
Nbv.oth 1'51 nlS::6m.
TjMtE5H GOSHEN BUTTER !-A prime article for
f-ale by NATH'L. TOWNSEND.
Austin March 13ib 1851. n37if.-
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de Cordova, P. The South-Western American. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 50, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 18, 1851, newspaper, June 18, 1851; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth79699/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.