The Texas Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 13, 1830 Page: 1 of 3
Far the Trias Gazitle
THE TEXAS HUNTER.
The ran was up the wind blew mild.
All nature see m'd to wear a smile
"When William with his pin rcpair'd
Towani the Rio San Bernard
In quest of pimp of swed or tlicht.
For hi; and Mark's meat that night.
l-nnj William toilM crc he could find
An object fit it was the hind
When back with eagerness In- drew
The cock and then pullM triiKer ton
When ere the smoke had clcar'd his ejes
His wish'd for dead deer did arise
To loading of his gnn acain
The anxious huntsman then brgan
'"But first his hall and patching drew
And this before he'dchare'd her too
When lest" said he " I lose some time
I think of it and now I'll prime."
The last manoeuvre was shut pan
Meanwhile the deer before him stands
"Oh now you're mine" said Willuam low
if my old gun don't snap nor blow;"
But when the dint and steel had cluh'd
What think you J William's gun it llash'd.
In haste our hunter had forgot
To put in powder or the shot
He sighted on an empty gun
Which nash'd anil then the deer did run ;
And Will rcturn'd to Mary's scat
Without a single piece of meat.
The story told amounts to this
As all my readers will insist
That William's powder patch and ball
Were not put in the gun at all
As if they suffcr'd much from drought
He'd plac'd the whole load in his mouth .
BY T. II. BAYt.EY ESQ..
The lady abbess was gone to her rest
And the nuns in their cells were lecing;
Save one who sick of so dull a nest
' Was over the battlement peeping ;
And under the convent she spied
A boat on the dimpliug water ;
And in it a youth who fondly cried
Come down Benedicitc Daughter."
8he threw him one end of a silken thread
And she kept fut hold of tin: other
"Be silent! "be silent! the trembling said
" Or you'll wake our Lady mother :"
6be drew up a ladder of ropes and micui
The youth in his stout arm caught her;
Away" he cried " by he light ol the moon
"Away! Benedicite Daughtce."
The Lady abbess awoke and she heard
A noise at the miduight hour ;
She counted her brood and missing a bird
She sought it in hall and tower;
The ladder she spied and down it she hied
But she tumbled into tho vs ater !
The bo it sailed off and the lovers cried
Farewell! Bcnedicitc Daughter."
RULES FOR MAKING GOOD BUTTER.
If yon have four or five cows it is best to chore
'everyday; and by no means less frequently than
every other day. If you cannot churn every day
throw into the cream when gathered a handful of
nice salt. In very warm weather when milk soon
soon put two heaping table .poonfuls of salt into I
every nail bf milk before straining. The quantity
as well as the quality of butter is greatly improved
by this method. If you have ice put a small piece
in every pan of milk and alto into the cream when'
you churn. If yon have no ice put the cream into
a pail and hang it in the well twelve hours before
churning. In the warm season croam should be
skimmed as soon as it is in the leust sour ami in the
couldcst weather milk should not stand more than
thirty-six or forty-eight hours. The utmost care
should be taken to keep every article used in making
butter perfectly sweet by frequent "and thorough
scalding. Jour of Humanity.
GAIT ffSLXPl SI AUSTIN:
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SATURDAY MARCH 13 1830.
fty-We take greatpleasare in anaeaadagto the in-
habitants of Austin's Colony that Use entire Machine
ry for the Steam Saw Hill at Harrisbmrg has arrived
in Trinity Bay Croat Heir-Orleans within a Jew
days past in the schooner Ane-Ehxabeth. Much
credit is doe' Mr. David Harris brother of and ad-
aunistrator oa the estate of the late John R. Harris
deceased the original projector ef the Mill tor his
'perseverance in fartberiag the andertakiag ; and
we kona. em loar. of aeariac of its beta ia active
operation) whaa fax ci titans win be able to sappry
tbeasselres wiUMUdiag tiavber at a low rate; and
at tbe sum tin tttt prases proprietors will be ant-
ply remunerated for their troeUeaad btbibm.
(r By an otWal letter trosatheMjaJsterofKe-
Hons dated ia Mexico 60eeraaryl OP address
ed to the Governor of this state and nwMisaea ftr
the ioJbcautioB of the uhabitaats ef Texaaja
GasetteofLeoaa Vkario. It appears IbarflaX
ralTeran has beam appelated by tae Vice Ttmkim
GeneraWa-Cbiefof a division ef t19 . a Web
an to beBWcbedto'tbiiDtMartattfetfeBfa-
tectioo of its iahshrfars aniaet tbr tareade atke
ImdUnt This famMBB befaBwefetidejrjr
aad 309 caraky fteafe. 14 Iwfasii Usentoy
sibbj TmlrriTi WfiasalVw LaaaVSOO CnmTaV
atwitaf tmi freai CaabaO aad Texafc Thf
states timet which these forces are to be
draws are called anon to ose ererr exertion to far-
nish aad egaip the troops on accoant of the tcaroU;
and waat of lands in the National Treasury
ration been so neat as it has denac tbe
son we cannot give ine preejse ami
lastihat we have
gate uater of soak aajrwa estiaMtee
T a 3i '
fjVSince the first establisbaseat of Austin's Celo-
rTin the wilderness of Texas aeeerban tbe ea4
eat as it nas crataejawsiai. sea-
: give ine preejse aaiBwaras m
eS since the Jrsi day ef DeoaasberJ
e no hesitataH b aayiaglh HPSi
soak saarwa estimated afene afcafl
v OCij-ii v. iii -.
oIIK .ibtP"er npi.Ptliilly aiincitiliie- to In
L tri n-'- Hi'' t'ie public in general that In- has o-Mi'-il
1 hf.'Hhl.VG llit SF. iii the I a-t end
: tie 1'i-wiir u-liii near the Piddle Spiate uliire
1 will :k- mmoiiatc hoarder- either l lh ilay or
uoiitti. 'i'r.in-irut .cr;in will lrii- ri r atti 11I1011
j 1 1 1 iioti' lo tlaiii'iUi s :iinl llicir liiir-c-. Ili'tirins
Mil lit. r 1 imlrraSe ami he hope- lv a'idnoiii at-
11I11111 to 1 in- i portion of puldie patroiia".
An n. fi fib. 'if
-"FNW Y fmni the iib-eriher liu'm; on the
-1 5 rir-i"- ;ilit .'11 miles li-low thi- place about
he htot Ajnl TWO NEC lit Mi:.Nasfollows:
MioutR 11 et hi:h hetwen1l and 32 year of age;
erj black haa a "-mal 'caroii hi forehead.
liout 5 feet 4 or .0 inches high; lrt ween 2-1 and 25
I ir-Mifa-.i has loit about one half 11I the forefinger
II lli( lelt h.ilid ; a liltlc iticlilidl tobe ycllew; looks
our. An per-011 returning said nesroes to the iib-
riher liall re in the above reward orone htin-redd.dlar-for
either. JOHN RAN DON.
Aii'tm IMi.fi l.HMtf
200 FESOS SE OrRECEN
TrAKA DOS NEGROS cclavo que fugaron de
J -ti amo en priueipio9 del mes de abril del p;ua-
lo at:o ilc i:;2'. Uno ile li.hos negro sc llama
Cosa deG pies de alto 31 a32afiode edad su color
es nmy ueeru y ticue una cicatriz en a I frente. .tl 0-
tro so llama
Coa de 5 pics 4 o 5 puliradas de alto entrc 24 y 25'
afio- de ethid. el dedo indice de la m'ino izijuicrda esta
caM cortada u color iiiclma a cer mulato y tiene
una nun acrimoiiia. Qualqtiiera persona que los
entrairara a u amo que tivecosa de 7 legiias abajo
de e-ta villa recibira dos cientos pesos d cieu pesos
por qualqiiiero de ellos. JUAN RANDON.
Villa de Austin el 6 de febrero de lf.30.
VbERSONS vvi-hing to obtain Certifirntes of ad-
i' mission in the Colonics I am authorized by Gov
ernment to settle as al'o to transact any other bui
ne-s relative to the perfection of their title" an-iiifnr
med that during my absence from this place Mr. S.
M. Williams is authorized by. me to issue Certifi-
cates and attend to all other matters connected with
the location of Families.
The Surveyor have pencral instructions to survey
lands for those who have certificates of reception as
Settler" and for no others no attention or respect
will he paid to settlements made by emigrants who
do not report themselves in the manner stated in the
notice of 20th November Inst.
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN.
TO RENT aA
The Plantation formerlv acrnnicd IimemisT
.UlIJL by James Tumtinson. Also The XiliL
Phintation formerly occupied by Mrs. E. Tumlin-
son Colorado. WM. ROBINSON.
Jan. 30 tf
WANTED as an apprentice to the Printing Bu-
siness n lad from 14 toJI6 years of age who
can read and write and is somewhat acquainted with
1 English grammar. Apply at this Office.
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