The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 14, 1835 Page: 1 of 4
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BRAZOKI SAIUHDaX FEBRUARY 141835.
laT5E REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY
F. 0. GRAY
JMtor Kp tinted for subscribers every Saturday
JWtr$?: fjin'nm Pd at the end of six months
4K lS ;niS 6 miration of the year.
f- ' . .: :n u- allowed except at the
1JK) aiSCOnilUUUUue nm "& .
cHdof the year and not then uriiU all arrearages
Advertisements of eiTlines or under l tortne
- :ncA.f;An on half thnt nrir.p for each cOnunu-
wance longerones in proportion No advertisement
will oe witnarawn umu yam mi um n. "- -
ued at the expense of the advertiser.
hAtt-? aii pnmmnnipntinns of a Dersonal" nature
wift be charged for1 the same as advertisements.
From the Chronicle.
Silence u as in the princely hall
Where a gallant warrior lay
And the state dome and lofty wall
Were clad in war's array; -But
funeral pall around was thrown
Upon each object there;
And the mourning lamps were shedding stil
Their feeble glimmering glare.
A locomotive skeleton
The bony and the long
Like some wire-moved anatomy
He passeth by alone -
A man will pause as if to hear
"The clash of bone on bone!
The lean may scoff at grosser man
'Tis Envy's self alone
'They all would change their skeletons
For bodies overgrown.
Ay ralher than their forms so lean
And spectre-like and dry
They'd welcome FdlstafTs portfy front
Or Daniel Lambert's thigh.
On a gorgeous bier in lordly state
X ne coma a aeuu wu iia.Gu
I j ' f A-nd his trusty spear and waving plume
;iii.' xae mnerai uuaeauigiovi.u.
;.v. And m&nv a bright eye shed a tear
For the honored and the brave
And many a prayer was offered up
Upon the warrior's grave.
fix ' jTne nrst upon inc nsi oi iame
NK? His heart with pride swelled high;
- JLrid little thought he that the hour
JWas near when he shoufd die.
1t But now his bright career was done
He yieMed to the blast
v 4 rWhich death upon his silent course
1 Had breathed forth as he passed.
Jull many a banner waved above
Proud emblem of his fame;
ut what availeth now to him "
A great and glorious name?
Jor all the noble monuments 4
They laid upon his grave 4
Cannot restore" one quivering breath
One fleeting moment save..
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE: A Targe assortment
of ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE a lastiso cube for tb
FKVER AND AGUE.
s in r
oi-for the lean and lanky man
Thefleshless and the grim
! The pleasant light of merry joy ;
-May never resfon mm:
-The man whose gostly shadow seems
A longand narrow line v'
Who eats and drinks yet groweth not
Like Pharaoh's evil kine!
Hesitteth atthe dinner-board
f!i1uvprous and cold
' -'.As was the veiled skeleton
"' At Egypt's feast of oW;
Yet worketh well his lantern-jawy
And fast his fingers fill . 1
-.ryour'fleshless ones are noted for -
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3 walketh m.the waTKeumBwe; --v .
Aattrt the Btirrin thronjf
rOIl PUBttsniSG A PAPER CNDKK TIlE TITLE OP
TEXAS PLANT n R.
Tur. undersigned propose to publish in the town of Sax Felipe
de Austin a paper under the above title the columns of which
shall be devoted to the diffusion political and other usetul
tw iK i. thn most eligible Ideation for such an establishment
is evident from the fact that it is-the point where the communica-
tions from the interior are earliest received; and being a ce.ur...
place papers may be distributed with facility to all parts ot me
The Telegraph fill be a tool to no party; but will fearlessly
expose crime and political error wherever met with.-Its columns
..:n i tr. nil- l.n thn fdrtors will reserve 10 unui." -
right of rejecting such communications as they may deem un-
wortfiy or improper to be inserted.
The Telegraph will ever be ready to advocate such principles
and measures as have a tendency to promote union between
Texas and the Mexican Confederation as well as to oppose ewy
thing tending to dissolve or weaken the connexion between them.
Ti r.n v thA mtnrJnr will be received and every thing
tilt JJUJt-w wi - - .
of importance te Texas will be immediately translatpd and in-
or ;n th; nnr. Thus it will be rendered the most speedy
vehicle fox conveying totne people the information most important
to their interests. No pains will be spared to make this paper
interesting -to all classes of readers. "
By pursuing this course the editors hope to render the people
of Texas a service so important as to secure a liberal patronage.
GAIL BORDEN JR.
JOHN P. BORDEN.
mL- a i :ii he nrinted every week on a sheet larger
than any tntherto published in Texas at $5 per annum in advance
86 at the expiration of-six months ana u noi v
That the Telegraph may be more easily preserved in file
it will be printed in quarto form.
N. B. To facilitate the distribution of the papers the pro-
prietors will establish a Mail route from Columbia to Coles
MA.NSON & BAILEY have Just received per schr Brazoria a f
fresh supply of winter and spring clothing shoes boots and bats-
and dry goods among which are -
Shirts collars and stocks ( t
Blue black and brown dress costs ""-- .
Blue black and brown frock coats .
Green drabbrown A; black merino frock coats v
Dark & light drab petersham surtouts &. Hunting coats LiojJ -
skin do. ' v v
Superior brown blue & drab cloaks ' 4
Marseilles valcnciablack silk Bombazine and black silk velvet.
Blue black brown & drab pantaloons r
Ladies kid lasting pnmello and morrocco ahoes'
Gcntlcmens pumps shoesand brogans
Dark and lisrht fancvDrints. and calicoes.
Fancy painted French muslins vvjti
r n ra . n ' L. i
riam bleached book muslin mull Jaconettc and camric'jawf J
Brown and bleached shirtings & sheetings Irish iSbcetihn
Trish Linens some very superior plaids checks Ljnse 'cpfta'tI4J
iiuiiiiuis graas w uiunu uiucuo uu a j;ici" aicijiUiuoy UUJk.3
and shawis black & white hose 6c half liose meru&es & el-
--T a J -.11 . 1 ia41am Kl mrm k m k J M 1 J
vllH assoriCQ couurs siiuui tuncii nuuuus piuaiouu ucuio aini -j
tapes thimbles scissors pencils cotfnured sewings ic Linen
tlii-nnrlo nnflelmrl tvrrtinfr nnnir. nuilfs. wnfpra mpmnmniliiR linnL-o
uumuo uiio.iuu ol r-n j m.i
superior dirk& pen knives siher & steel spectacles lggwanrl-gii
straps shavinjr brushes & boxes brassifc Ironbuttaj &r crJiifgc5
knives 6i forks cloth hair hat & shoe brush eotkva'Jbes;
pocket books gun locks & flints dec fcc die. alt of wiidjhiy wilt"'
sell at very reduced prices for cash. -' $ . N
Brazoria Februahy 7 1834. o fjC- '
DURING mv abscence to the United States of the North..
J. S. D. BrsoM is my lawful Agent who will transact an
busini "s fur
E. St. J. HAWKINS.
t ALL those iudebted to the subscriber are requested to call ana
make settlement with Alex. Kusseii ana uiose uaving ciamis a.
"ainst him are requested to present them to said Russell for pay.
ment. d6-c . C. B. RAINES.
THOMAS R. ERWIN
WILL PBACTli; iTitiit;iJi oiii.ih -i-iw wsoxca
BY a decree of the proper Judge for the jurisdic-
tion of Austin passed on the 29th day of De-
cember 1834 in the town of San Felipe and to bo
found on record at the court house in this town: tho
10th day of April next has been appointed for the
creditors of the succession of .Lewis L. Veeder de-
ceased to meet the Curator of said succession be-
fore the judge in the first instance for this jurisdic
tion to have their respective claims discussed and.
make proof of the same; and in order that xtlh may-
be heard they can continue from day to day from
k ttwV a tha Onili Antt rt'f ilio cniH month of Anr'rJr
and furtherlby thesame decreebefore named the20t'.n
aay oi April next uaa ueuu ipuiuicu. iw wc.ww co
nnmofl curator to snitlfi said succession before nven-
tioned make payment and distribution oftho me ans
1 I . A..t U (imdilnra tVinponf1 nnrnrnrnnlsR
All persons indebted to the estate of James J. Boss on nand amongst the creditors thereof according J
will make Immediate paymerit to the undersigned; astfoey may be clossed for their -"pro rata" share V
t-. .i i : i: n;ct coirloAfntA will Tirft- rrl..nrA.n oil norcona inlrrpatpj? i can nltpnr ?F. Tl
alia tnOSe Iiaviug ciuiuio ngaiuot(o-.- r-- mcriGiw u j.uvr w-. .-. --lri v
: km rlnlir nittlipn'ticntfid within'the time prescri thov think nronor. ' "'
uj k laW r tliv will hfi hnrred.4 - . L IL-LEWI Cgtorj:
Si Felipe' Jarl. 1835.-" ' <VER I0NES AdmV. i; San Felipe de Auatinr JttHary 4U 7. .
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The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 25, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 14, 1835, newspaper, February 14, 1835; Brazoria, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80252/m1/1/: accessed July 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.