Texas Sentinel. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 29, 1840 Page: 4 of 4
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ofsAustin Teas.1 fi pqnshorisllandsfbought
f .s$d;or-loealed prwto haye-busmjto' transact yith
Uheiiioffiedepareuisrl.of )fiegovernment atthe
city of Austnj can iiaye ttTsarqe done by application
personallyiorsby lelfer post paid to the subscribers.
They will giyeiheir particular attcntiontnlso to the set-
tlenjentofsoldiers claims forbouutyit.donatioh.and
ljead right fangs anu.lrom the experience that the uu-
dersgnedtJiaveJiad in this business they leel assured
'of giving general satisfaction.
4$heir'oiGce is opposite the capitpl on Congress ave-
jniejbity of Austin Texas where letters post paid
directed toMorcland-& Gordon will have immediate
attention.-t JOSEPH MOUELAND.
A W " THOMAS O fiORrDON.
References. His excellency M.B. Lamar hon.
"David G. Burnet hon. Alberts. Johnson citvpfAns-
ti3ir-.C. W Unoklcx. udgrScdit Joim W.PIficfil
Houston; Samuel M. "Wiiiiains A. A. A!. Jackson col-
lector Galveston; hon. S. H. Everitt hon. . W.
)iurton;JVlr. J. W.Burns; city of Lamar; gen. T.J.
Gjcen Yelasco; lion! Branch T. Archer city of Aus-
tin; Sir. "William Bryan Texian consul New Orleans.
jaimary IS 1 S If)! 2-tf-Telegraph copy tf.
UCTIO!X and Commission- Merciiaxts. The
Undersiuned be? leave resnecttully to iniorm their
friends and the public that they Jmve taken the;wcll
known csiablishmcnt of Messrs. Iledenberg & A'odder
and will continue to dispose of merchandise both at pri-
vate aiid public sale. They solicit a share of public
palror.rijje. " t
james w. scott;
FilANClS R. LUBBOCK.
Whiitcmore fc Young Louis I3riugicr. surveyor gen-
oralof Louisiana 3S'ew Oi leans.
Galveston Mr. E. A. Rhode McKinncy & Will-
jaiiis. u "Houston Ilcden berg & Vcdder Love & Riley P.
'Austin Hon. James II. Starr col. "Wm. G. Cooke.
I'r. Asa Brigham.
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;t.i3Toi. Commissioxer'.s Opfici:.)
-' Cty. of Austin April 3d 1S40. 5
flHE public ate'notiiii
JL act oCthe last'Cong:
REVCBLIO OF TEXAS
j Probate Couit
Travis County. JIarch 11 1S10. ( in vacation.
-TILLIAM G1HSON having this day filed his pe-
V 7 tition pra'inr for the appointment of administra-
tor on the succession of James Cooper deceased late a
Volunteer soldier iji the Texas army in tire year IS'sb.-
and from the state of Ohio. Notice is heieby gi ven to
all persons interested that if any opposition to the ap-
' pointmcnt be instituted the same must be made wilhin
sixty days at the end of which time the petition will
!ue acted upon. By order of J. W. Smith probate
notified that in funding under the
rcss. the signature of the f un-
dqris require(toe4o)A-s of this office opposite the
record numbers of the certificates of stock issued and in
conseepjenceno funding can be done by agency except
in the name of the agent who mavthen endorse the cer
tificate issued to hisprinciral. All persons transactingbu-
siness with this office by agents will have their powers
of attorney duly authenticated "before a Notary Pub-
lic or they will not be leccived" and all persons re-
quiring payment ol interest upon the funded debt ei-
ther in person or by agent will present their certifi-
cates of stock. CHARLES DE MORSE
rCr-The Houston Star and Telegraph Houston;
Civilian and Galvcstouiau Red Lauder Richmond
Telescope Emigrant Brazos Courier and Colorado
Gazette will insor Jlii advertisement ten times anil
send their bills to this oliice. The New Oilcans Bul-
letin and Picayune will do like
April 8 ."t 17.
RAWDON WRIGHT HATCH &EDSON
mxic .son: i:nc;iia nits new ori.eans
ITfAYlNG greatly metered their facilities for en-
JL graving and printing bank note plates aie pre-
pared to execute oulcis wilh promptitude and in the
same style as at their oiiicc in New York: each depart-
ment is complete and provision is made for the safety
of plates and impressions intrusted to their caic 'J heir
specimens embrace the notes of nearly six hundred
banks includingthose of thcgeneral banking lawof the
state of New Yoik and the" superiority of their style
of work as affoiding the best possible security against
counterfeiting is established by the success of their ef-
forts which have 1-een directed to the attainment of
that object during all experience of fifteen years past.
Bonds for loans .with coupons attached bills of ex-
change depositeand stock certificates checks seals
&.c. vfcc tastefully executed.
Bank note paper of superior quality constantly on
hand. March 25 IS 10.
JAMES C. HARRELSON
Clerk pro tern probate court.
. DALE Of LOTS IN THE CUY OF AUSTtis
O- and the Public Tract adjoining. A sale
of lots in the city of Austin and the Public Tract ad'
jojning will be held at the Capitol on Monday the (3th
day ot July next to continue from day Jo day until the
r- whole or a greater part thereof is sold".
. j One-fourth of the amount of each purchase is to be
paid at the Treasury department on the day next suc-
ceeding that on which the purchase is made; and the
.remaining three-fourths iu three equal instalments at
six twelve and eighteen months in 'gold or silver au-
ditted drafts or Treasury notes. Any purchaser fail-
ing to pay said insialments within ten days after they
become due will forfeit the lojs purchased together
with the payments made: and the lots so forfeited will
be published as such and sold again as government
All; parsons aliens not excepted are allowed to
purchase and hold said lots; and the President of the
"Republic is authorized to issue patents to purchasers
upon the final payment of the purchase moneyS
7 The returns of the auctioneer will be .madeevery
evening to the Treasury department where purchasers
will call on the next succeeding day: to make payment
... -of the first instalment aud receive thdir - certificates:
failing to do which theiv bids will be. .considered asre-
lino.uished. ;The size of the lots in the Public' Tract adjoining
" Tofepr01"'0 lo forty acres pach.
. ''J&FW l several newspapers In' the Republic '
will-insert lllns advertisement weekly: and-also the
mskly?JBullein and weekly Picayuue'nn $few Or-
leSis; until thf20th of vJunc4iert and- forward their
billSnto this department. "
Secretary nf-tlm 'Prpftamr
iERifrpni the man-of-War;steamer Zavala
5 STRAY NOTICE. Taken nnbv James Smith.
and estrayed before Roheit L. Reding J. P.. the
following di's.enbed cattle to wit: one steer four years
old. a blown red. with some white under the belly no
flesh marks bunded with a Spanish bund on thought
hip and appsaised by James l'ac-e and John II. Ilenon
at $21). Al-o one red .Mcer four years old marked
with an upper mp out of each car. "with aMijtle white
of the back and belly: no brand : appraiedby James
R. Pace aud John H. Herrou at r20. Also one four
years old heiler mukedwith an under-slope off the
right and a cross off the lefte.11; brands JC on the
right hip and appiaised by James It. Pace and John
II. Herion at Tdollais. lsotwo bull yearlingsone
and the other led and white; no maiks or
brand: appraised by James R. Pace and John 11. ner-
ron atG dollars each. Also two steers four years old
one a black the other a black aud white and apprais-
ed as aforesaid at lo dollars each.
JAMES M. LONG Clerk
3t-lS County court Bastrop co.
bLi.Al Notice. Taken up by Cornelius M.
nemphill and estrayed before James Smith. J.P.
the following described cattle to wit: one black and
white pided cow and yearling; the cow branded on
the left hip CC and on'the right with a Spanish brand
and mai ked with a smooth crop off the left ear and a
slit in the right and appaaisedJjy-Y. J. nemphill and
P. F. Wade at 23 dollars. Also one red steer three
years old branded on the left .hip wilh a Spanish
brand marked with an under-half crop off the ri'dit
ear and a nip out of the upper part of the left car and
appraised as aforesaid at 12 dollars.
JAMES M. LONG Clerk "'
3t-lS County court Bastrop 00.
Bastrop April 0 IS 10.
r H: whoeretydisrmafed itoU Ihe naval
servicpof this republic.' LOUI& JrWOOKE
.Navy department- f Secretary '6F the navyS
K . . nMid h.a
Austin Aprils imu. S TfMA 3KB
M2&A' NOTE OF HANDOI'-Drawn-byhbs. "
fMb-Wr Cox; anaenbrseU'by WJlHamofhpson.Un
-fayorof capt. J. T. Wright for S175 rt97datA nvi
'veston; somewhere about OctoberXl839. ''iWlTjersons
-awii-Haiucuuunu.ieivusaiu"jioio as payment -of
the same has been stopped . 7T A
JONES UFFORD CO.
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NER1 CHAMBER LIN.
REPUBLIC OF 1E5AS s ( Probate Court
Tuavis coiSjTriKEBJJ5 ISiO. ) in vacation.
THOMAS tiGORDOfiT having this 'day filed his
petition praying for the'appoint.ment of adminis-
trator on the vacant stifceession'of Cullcn Spivey de-
ceased late a soldier in the amy of Texas uhder the
comniand'ofCol. Fannin; notice is herebygiven to nil
pcisons interested that if any oppositioujo the' appoint-
ment be intended the same must be made within sity
days at the end of which time said petition will be' act-
ed upoiLf J. W. SMITH
feb. 101 12t 10 Judge of Probate Travis county
STRAY Notice. 'lakeu up by Neelum SowJes
and estrayed befoie John Lee J. P. the following
described cstray. to wit: a bay horse eight or nine years
old with a Spanish brand on each thigh a figure 2 on
the left jaw a slit in each car some white hairs right
hind foot white a dim star in the forehead and a snip
on the end of her nose; fourteen hands and a half high
and appraised oy J. C. Tannahill and J. C. Brntton at
4.U dollars promissoiv notes.
JAMES M.J.ONG Clerk
3t-lS County com t Bastrop co.
Bastrop January 18 10.
"T OT1CE is hereby given to all persons taking up
X 1 cstrays in this this county that unless ill? amount
ot money necessary to defray the expenses of adverti-
sing Jcc. are sent lo this office that they will not Le
attended to heieafier.j JAMES M. LONG
3t-lS Cleric county courtJBastrop co.
sued liy the iioard of land commissioners for Bas-ti-op
county ta the undcrsigtied 'for (540 acres in
Maich 1837. The subscriber not having sold or trans-
ferred the above certificate being his head-right will
after tlie notice required by law. apply for a renewal
of the same. ' WILLIAM HOLMES.
Bastrop. 21st March 1S1U. (U-18
IIOLESALE ani Rhtail StokkokCoiu.m-
f Ll) ESTABLISHED AUCTION commission
Li? storage and forwarding house No. 1 long row
Main street Horsrox Texas for receiving stor-
ing forwarding and selling every description of mer-
chandise household furniture and other valuable pro-
pel ty fcc. Private and auction sales duly attended to
by (feb2G 11 tf) GEO. EVERRETTE.
BD. TOWNSEND proprietor of the San Jacinto
.Hotel would inform the public that this establish-'
ment is well fitted for the accommodation of boarders
and travellers. It is situated in adrjrandliealthypart
of the city. His table shall at all times be furnished
with the b -si the country will afford. The bar will al-
ways be found supplied in a superior manner with the
choicest liquors to be found in jthe New Orleans mar-
ket. A horse and wagon will always be in readiness
both when the Houston aud New Orleans packetSjar-
rive. - j
Galveston. Feb. 26th.t " lti
ITOST-rA Certificate for 640 acres of land issuedln
AlJ' theJaH of.l8374 by Barnard E. Bee Secretary of
yyarpTJo. 3998 and issued to Neri" '(QhamDerhrVfor
ryipcs rendered he Republic in the company oij)eaf
Smith' under the command of Col Karnes.
.This is to give notice that at the'exoiration of three
months I shall apply at the "war office for a duplicate
certificate of the same.
hia. The undersigned have constantly 011
hand an extensive assortment 01 goods exprcsMy adap-
ted to the Mexican market; together with a general is-
sortment of stapleand fancy dry goods groceries crock-
cry and eaithenware. boots shoes and hats castings
flour salt iron steel cNcc. &c. which .they offer at whole-
sale or retail at reduced prices. The highest market
value will be given for cotton and hides in exchange
Columbia (Brazoria county) April 8.
OST One land certificate calling lor LJbO acres:
No. 2071: issued to M. M. Eastland; dated March
2IsL 1&3S; which certificate was granted for sei vices
rendeicd iu -the army ot the Republic of Texas.
At the expiration of thiee mouths I shall apply at
the war department for a duplicate copy of said ceiti-
ficate. HERBERT II. OATTS.
April S 1S-I0. 'it 17
I OST A Certificate for Gil) acres of laud issued in
"" the fall of 1833 by the board of Laud Commis-
sioners for the county of Bastrop No. 1 10 and issued
to Neri Chamberlin as his head right.
This is to give notice that if intelligence of it is not
received at the. proper office at the expiration of three
months 1 shall apply at said office for a duplicate cer-
tificate of the same. NERI CHAMBERLIN.
Austin April 1 1S40. St-24
"Q AN1T AiND UUiNttKAL. AUfctNUX
M a and house of general information ho. 1
roWj Main street Houston Texas. This-office is open
for the sale of every description of Teal estate at pri-
vate sale or auction also for receiving aud imparting
information for the benefit of emigrants- travellers and
others. Written descriptions of the country routes
fcc. provided for applicants.
fcb2G 11 tf ' GEO. EVERRETTE prop'tor.
TO WOOD CUTTERS. All persons are hereby
forwarned from cuttiug timber upon my land sit-
uated four miles and a half above the city of Austin
upon the west side of the Colorado jiver "and extend-
ing up that stream to within one mile of the mouth of
the Pierdenalis river; and back to Williamson's creek
containing 516S4 acres.
Also from cutting timber upon forty acres in the
Austin city tract being lot No. 10 in range B. situated
one mile east of the city of Austin. " '
The law will be rigidly en forced against all intruders
upon either of these tracts. GEO. Y BONNELL.
Austin March 11 1S40.
CERTIFICATE LOS I. -One Land Certificate
J No. 420 being my donation land for survices ren-
dered at the battle of San Jacinto.
This is to give notice that at the.expiration of three
mouths. I shall apply at the "War office for a duplicate
certificate of the same. " . . ;
April 8. fr. v JDA)TPHARYEY;.
i Jl. WINCdKLLj)olvrpHbUcJaa(t sentT.il a e it rati
Anton:p Bexarco will uttenid tojifl V-b jmritw that in ly he eu-tru-t"dt0tutharge
anil fatlsfa';! 017 jHrity" given iffreqoired for
in fnithfnl perftrnai ce. ilonill-ulw cipchIb i'"iitrueoti'or-wri-tin?
of every dearription. Tn.eiutzrnnt; J. H. VHms tlftatpnc
of npwar.ls of 20000 aeres of first qmlity of lanif.Mrrll a taptetf to the
I culture of vrhrnt corn cotton and toMcco Bituatcd on the iiYe"au
f.utoiib Medina. &c.'inthe iimnedtilc iciiitr'6rtkiVritv and in
the most nIubrions.irtol Texas which will be dipesei of loa-ti-al
seltVrs onljr. nttliftlotvcst t$iauix and a full guarantee dd iu c -ory
instance jrireii. Peron dettrq-is f fettlin; in this "delightful and
healthy re 'ion wofi'ddo well f apply to hifp. II's offi-c Tors will
bi rpa-onabl and every a?s'an:s in Lis power raadcred.-to matt?
co-ufurtab e thsiluat.oa of lh"5 taniilies of n.-w c meri. Cjrf Tiuni-
catio'is port paid sltvays will rcciivo promptattcnt'oa aidewry in-
fornnt"onfrce'yiven. '.. ' '-.- 1
"J clegraph at Houston: and Ciulhn at G iJjtstoojTTill ptft'iw copy
Austin April 1. 1S10.
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