The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 31, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 4, 1835 Page: 3 of 4
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&?mM Sale at Lots
AT TiE SEAL HAZ) OF T2 NAVIGATION.
THERE will 1)3 a second sale of the Lots in
the above town on the 4th day of July next.
The subscriber would respectfully call the atten-
tion of ttte public to the above town. Possessing all
the advantages of locality it being the nearest point
to Sun Felipe at which boats of any size can get &
being a one of the richest parts of Texas it cannot be'
doubted that it will be the place Ot business on the
Brazos. It has the advantage of two miles fronting
the river clear of inundation; and only 400 yards
from the prairie. The subscriber has two leagues of
well timbered land m the vicinity the use ot which
he will give to purchasers for two years to make
improvements with. It also has a fine mill seat one
mile and a half distant.
The subscrilcr intends giving a dinner on the day
of sale to which the public arc invited.
T. J. Al
Montezuma; April 2nd 1833.
KfTIHE subscriber has jus: rcc ived a fre-h .supply of groceries
-- consisting of Cognac brandy 'Madeira Whip Sugar Coffoo.
Tea &c. &c ud alare assortment of flats Hoots Shoes anc'
ready made clothing which lie
oHeischicu !v whole sale.
Brazoria March Gth 1S33.
LL persons in deb!ed to the estate of Jcn-cs Turner decent f'
re requested to come forward and settle the same; and all then
shaving claims against said estate will present them within Mi-
time prescribed bylaw or they will be barred: as I am desirou
of settling the same at the next session of the court.
J24--22 ISAAC TINSLEY Adm'r
- To flie Pablac.
THE object of this is to contradict any report thai
may have gone forth calculated to injure the feelings
or standing of any person in regard to a sum of mo-
ney which I supposed to have been lost at the tavern
of Robert Clokey in Velasco. The money was in
my pocket book enveloped m a letter where I had
put it but forgetting that I had done so I suppose
it to be lost: 1 regret exceedingly that suspicion res
ted for one moment on any person and am proud
to have it in my power to say that they were utterly
unfounded. U. J. BULLOCK
LETTERS of administration having been granted
to the undersigned for the estate of Jesse Thompson
tiee'd. all those indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment; and those haying
claims agains the same must present the same with-
in twelve months or they will be barred.
HIRAM M. THOMPSON
San Eclipe Dec 20-20 Curator.
JUST RECEIVED ND FOR SALE: A large assortmeni
of ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE a lastino cure fob the
FEVER AND AGUE.
t CAUTION alljersons against trading for a note of handgiv
e by me to Thomas Chambers about November 1832 for thf
sum of three hundred doflars; for I am determined not to pay said
note uutihsaid Chambers gives me the consideration for which the
mte wa3 given as yet I have not received any value for said
note- FRANCIS SMITH.
Mar. 7 1833. 27 tf.
Attorney at law.
IN. MORELAND will attend to any business
entrusted to him his office is in Liberty on
the Trinity river.
Reference W. H. Sledge Colurnbia.
Jno. Cnatiin )
i J: S. D. Byrom Brazoria
?;CJpki: ' J n Felipe
m21 29 Mosely Baker )
T'HE compartnership heretofore existing.in the name and
style of A.G.&R Mills is by mutual consent this day dis-
solved except in liquidation those having claims against them will
please present them for payment and those indebted are requested
to make immediate paymentor satisfactory arrangements other.
"wise indulgence will not be give.
A. G. Muls
N. B. The business will in future be conducted by Robert
Wills and David G. Mills in the name & style of Robert Mills and
Comp.t and their goods will be sold at reasonable prices for casli
tsnthe usual credit to punctual customers.
HJO person is authorised to make any contracts by which the
-JST m"y tei" "y W"y MPMi MKED KOtOOB.
A LL persons having claims against the estate of
"- Trtllll A liofin lrVl mill n.ninn flinm r U-
Icrsigned for settlement; and all those indebted to
said estate will make payment to him and no other
HIIE estate late property of Edward Robertson
-- deceased will he leased for the term of one year.
ft is situated 3-4 of mile from town and consists of
about one hundred and twenty acres of land twenty
of which is cleared and under fence a good house kit-
cchen &. Terms made known on application to
Brazoria March 7th; 1835
LL those indebted to the subscriber arc requested to call and
iakc settlement witn aie. ruisseu ana inose tiavm? claims a-l
'iinst him arc requeslcdto present tliem to said Russell for pay-
ment. dG.c C: B. RAINES.
R. CLOKEY having taken the house formerly oc.
cupied by Mr. Brown is now prepared to accommo
date those who may tavor him with their custom.
THE undersigned gives this public notice that he
has been appointed Agent for the different Insurance
Companies in the city ot iNew-Orleans; and where-
as in order the insurers may be the more fully sat
isfied of the fairness of all losses that may hereatter
happen here or on the adjacent coast certificates of
the Agent win ne requirea oeiore any loss win be
aid. 5-1 UDMUlNU AINLHUSWS.
The public are informed that no person is authorised to settU
Bnv manris due me ort transact any business for me withoutl
my written power of attorney- J0SEpH.URBAN.
San Felipe de Austin March 10th 1835.31.
Agreeable to a resolution passed at the last meeting of the
"oardot medical censors ior mis jurisdiction unu m . --
'he 24tb ult.; it was ordered tnat the lollowing resolution ue "r""
I- i i : .U- MTn..ii HnniiMicon tar nna tnontti: VIZI
Resolved That the applicant for Licence shall have received
from some public School Society College or University legally-
thorised a degree or Bachelor or Doctor of Medicince or Surgery
or a Diploma or other certincaie eviaencmg uw wywuj r
.:.. m:i a.irmrv. ton. &. &e. When such desree diploma
or certificate 'had not been obtained the candidate for license shall
submit to a satisfactory examination before thetfoara ana prasoai
and read a Medical essay and publicly defend it.
By order of the Board
T. r. JU r&tULVix
Brazoria March 14th 1835.
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The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 31, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 4, 1835, newspaper, April 4, 1835; Brazoria, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80256/m1/3/: accessed March 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.