The Texas Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 13, 1830 Page: 2 of 3
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MARCH OF INTELLECT.
. The Brownsville Galaxy of the 7th alt contains
the following caution :
"Whereas Fanny Morton alia Kerr has without
Cante. left MT habitation nml uDmliiu on 4h n.
cean of ty ranicol extravagance prone to prodigality.
tan Cual of eaniHito n aku-nml nml ifli nllat fin I ;
PM. cwndsatiae noxioas perajoioas tftabeUcal.
bad aotoriow deportment I ihtrofoiti -eaartjoa a
PinH uhuiu urpwueg acr on say auuusjny
:as I wiD pay odehtoofheTcoHtTmc'imgrroHithk date.
cwsnpwion ay aw.
? -I" fcft World in which
I had a world to do; '
Sweating and fretting to be rich
"Let the load wander roll along the Wet
. "Indeed" sajs Peter" bow yoor lot I bleak
"To be ao shclter'dia so thin dree! iV
. ON PHYSICfANS. .
The first Physican by debauch wan made:
xceu began and sloth sustains the trade:
By chase our long-lived fathert earned their food "
Toil strung the nerves aad purine.) the blood ; '
nt wc their ma a pampered race of men
Are dwindled down to three "score years auI ten.
getter 'to hunt ia fields tor health unbought
Than fee the Docton fer a aaaseotu draught
The wue for care.os exercise depend ;
God aery a Iris work for man to mead.
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several yean frosn a supposed depression of the brain
was skilfully operated upon and trepanned by Doctor
Robert Peebles otitis Town on the 20th in. Since
the operation the patient has been relieved from an
exceuiTC pain incneneaa wuicn num uuu-
ness nis eyes wnica were mcu ur- - wwir-
able have become inflamed and watery indeed
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and strong hopes are entertained by Doctors Peebles
and Miller that bis sight will be restored.
Captain Rob eat Wimon. late of Louisiana ar-
rived in this Tillage on Thursday last from on board
the schooner Hannah-Elisabeth from New-Orleans.
We are gratified to learn that Capt. W. has takes an'
interest in me swam wwaui ai nnnu
from his known enterprise aad industry lfeuch maybe
expected. We understand the HOT will be in active
Te the passenger on board the Schooner Hannah
Elisabeth feeling a ilispositiqn to manifest our high
esteem and particular regard for Capt. E. Sficeb
take this mode of expressing our sincere acknowledge-
ments and obligations to him for his gentlemanly de-
portment aud polite attention to us during our voy-
age from New-Orleans to Harrisburg. .
March 25 1830.
NATHANIEL D. ELLIS
BENIN. T. JACQUES
. J. JONES
-. ROBERT WILSON
I had an idea this morning that you would be wait-
ing matter in the next Gazette; and I bare conclu-
ded to cotribute sny mile unasked for by yon;- aad
that without knowing trial to tag except except
that Texas rs without doubt the inert portion of the
habitable globe. Everr body am Messrs. Editors ;
and on cxperiwttnUIraiitna of something like three
years ia the country uristrt me that the broad as-
sertion aoore is true.
I can raise larger and belter pork ia Texas than I
rould in Kentucky with all the corn Leonid five
' iem! lew raise feaonWin Texas wiaTlmJreu&ie
ianl could one in Kentucky!!-1 can lull abetter
tnd fatter beef from amosr bit stock in the winter
'an I ever saw butchered worn the ttall ia Kea-
iucky!!! I can raise horses fa "rapm-fas fa cst-
i'e!!U I can raise mora corn to the acre ia Texas
t han I could in Kentucky and and withlmUbor!!!!!.
Iytpeas grow longer and the bulls fill better Are than
' ever bad them do in Kentucky!!!!!!. A volunteer
lant of the trred (which is contraband heregrew
i oore luxuriaatly in the back of my garden. last Tear
vithoot being cultivated than I ever had it do in
iCentucky with all the topping suckcring worming
kc. that I could do to a Atrt!!!!!! Hemp I dare
-ay would grow better here than in Kcritueky bat I
think for cables or strong ropes the ttbrikm at
rope made of the wild horsehair preferable to those
aadeofhemp!!!!!!!!! For comfortable and lasting
ipparel give me the well dressed Texas buck-kin in
in preference to all -the.aorrxD hemp in Ken-
tucky!!!!!!!!!! My wife Messrs. Editors has not
yet got under wrjr at gardexeBf but I pledge you my
word I never havejesw in Kentucky or elsewhere
as large beautiful white cabbage as I saw .in Mrs.
' garden in August. I was compelled to
dine with her late vp the nibiect !!!!! !!!!! !
AN OLD KENTUCKHN.
nsw uTona fcinw oooimk
Have just received JVsA from New-Oriaaas aa aay
sortment of w
Which they. onW for' sale low at Mr. Whiteside
Austin March 13 1830.
FOR THE YEAR.
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
A Real Bargain!
7RHE subscriber often to sell oa the mo
4a mouaiing terms
2 Leagues of Land
Situated on the river Brazos at the bead of tide wa .
tcr and Known ny no. as k-:igu 1U ana 14.
ne aiso projioses seuing iiu
Including his residence with all the im-
provements "thereon. Persons wishing
urchase a hanilsome settlement will do weataa
ffjitumr mi. v. tuauit.
No. 7aRoxAL-8TaEXTwxxw van
Louisiana aud Post-Ojtice
aa-asrrHERR Lioaon ordered
iff London Docks' aad etscw!
w w- selected wiH be oflered fer sale asjam
ported witboat pmjmiimf er smsdterasiea ataSavtV
crate trade profit. tt ;
Cognao and Boedeaax Biaady
Iiaiin Rjiaa. - .
Scotch aad Irish Whiskey - i-hytbe
Tuscaloosa old Rye Barley da
Vinegar- - - . - -Madeira
and Teaeriae Wiee.
Rheawb and uporto do. r by tae eosea
French Wines and Cordials ( w lies.
London Porter k Burton Ale)
SnppUes of PORTER ALE aad CIDER will be
received from Philadelphia and bottled with care by'
a person well versed in that branch of business.
Abo best HAVANA SEGARS.
Feb.90." THOMAS D. BAILES.
aT a meeting of the Ayuntamiento held in tba
JnATown of Austin on Monday the first day of
February 1830 It was ordered and decreed that
from and after that time if any hog or bogs be foaad
running at large without a mark over one year old
in Austin's Colony that such bog or hogs shall be
deemed the property of any person who may find
and mark them ; and that any person may seise aad
kill said bog or bogs with impunity .
By order of the Ayuntamiento
' THO& BARNETT President.
THOS. J. GAZLEY Sec. pro. tern.
Austin Feb. 1 1830.
pOTICE. All persons indebted to the latefrsa
$$ of White k. Imttu or to the subscriber indivi-
dually are requested to pay the same during my'ab-
sence to Mr. Joshua Fletcher who is authorised to
give receipts. Those indebted to the late Arm of
White fc Harris are inlormed that all debts doe them
if not paid" before the 1st Anriloext will on that
day be put into the hands of ibe Alcalde for
collection without iny. exception.
WALTER C. WiUTX
Aastm Feb. 6 1830-9 t
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Cotten, Godwin Brown. The Texas Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 13, 1830, newspaper, March 13, 1830; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80040/m1/2/: accessed July 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.