The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 31, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 4, 1835 Page: 4 of 4
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Negroes Land &c. for Sale.
THE subscriber offers for sale one thousand ac-
res of land being part of the league granted by
the Mexican government to Chriesman situated on
the Brazos' river adjoining Henry Jones. This is
one of the first and best selections on the river and
with the exception of aboutTOO acres previously sold
the purchaser has the privilege of making his choice
and locating the quantity offered on any part of the
balance of the league which has a great proportion
of peach and cane on it.
I will also sell three or tour negroes and about one
Itiundred head of cattle of which there are about six
Iwyoke of work oxen. The land will be sold in tracts
Ito suit purchasers.
San Felipe February 7 1833.
FOR PUBLISHING A PAPBR UNDER THE TITLE OF
The undersigned propose to publish in the town of San Felipe
de Austin a paper under the above title the columns of which
shall be devoted-to the diffusion of political and other useful
That this is the most eligible location 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 central
place papers may be distributed with facility to all parts of the
The Telegraph will be a tool to no party; but will fearlessly
expose crime and political error whereve Jaet with. Its column t
will be open to all; but the editors will reserve to themselves the
right of rejecting such communications as they may deem un-
wnrthv or imuroDer 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 evir.
thing tending to dissolve or weaken the connexion between tliem.
. Tho nan from the interior will be received and every thing
of importance to Texas will be immediately translated and in-
serted in this paper. Thus it will be renaerea me rao spucuv
vehicle for conveying totne people the information most importan
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 pcopl
of Texas a service so important as to secure a liberal patronage.
GAIL BORDEN JR.
JOHN P. BORDEN.
The Telegraph will be printed every week on a sheet larger
than any hitherto published in Texas at $5 per annum in advance
$6 at the expiration of six months and 7 it not paio unui me
end of the year.
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-
priet'ors will establish a Mail route from Columbia to Cole's
MISS TRASK respectfully announces to the
fuiTilip. her intention of opening a Boarding
School for young ladies and misses on the first of
January m Uoies' oeuiemenu
i' Boarding per week $ 2
.Tuition per quarter 56 to w
For particulars those interested are referred to
John P. Coles Coles1 Settlement
Asa Hoxey " "
J)r. J. B. Miller San Felipe
James F. Perry Brazoria
W. C. White Columbia.
Coles' Settlement Dec. 2 1834.-19tf
MANSON& BAILEY have Just received per schr Brazoria a
frpsh suddIv of winter and spring clothing shoes boots and hats
and dry goods among which arc
Shirts collars anu stocKs
Blue black and brown dress costs W
RIhp. hlack and brown frock coats
- Green drab brown Sc black merino frock coats
Dark & light drab petersham suttouts St Hunting coats Lion-
Superior brown blue & drab clonks
Marseilles valencia.black silk Bombazine and black silk velvet
Blue black brown & drab pantaloons
Ladies kid lasting prunello and morrocco shoes
Gcntlcmcns pumps shoesand brogans i
Dark and liglit fancy prints and calicoes
Fancy ainted French muslins
PJain bleached book muslin mull Jaconette and cambric do.
Brown and bleached shirtings to sheetings lnsn sneeungs
Irish Linens some very superior plaids checks Linscy cotton
flannels grass & brown .Linens anu a great variety 01 raiicj iium
...i ...JL Kinrl: A- white hose & half hose merir oes & vel-
vits assorted collors spool cotten ribbons pins and nedles and
tapes thimbles scissors pencils coiioureu sewings . ium
threads polished writing paper quills waters membrandus books
superior dirk & pen knives silver & steel spectacles Ra7ors and
straps shaving brushes &. boxes brasstk'Iron butts & door hinges
knives & forks cloth hair hat &. shoe brushes tooth brushes
pocket books gun locks & Hints izc Cic ccc. air 01 wnicuuiey -iu.
settat very reduced prices for cash.
Brazoria February 7 1934.
DURING my absence from Brazoria Hosea H
League and A. C. Ainesworth are my authoris-
ed agents and attorneys to transact all business for
M. W. SMITH.
To lease or for sale.
THE estate called Bolivar 1500 acres of first
rate peach and cane land CO acres cleared; a
frame dwelling house and out buildings. The lessee
could have a part of the land by purchase.
Also for sale a league of first rate land on the La
Bahia road near Coles' settlement known as league
No. 4 south of the Yeagua. Mr. Christmen. sur-
veyor who resides on the second league from it on
the same road win suew uie muu w auj !
wishing to view it. Apply to the subscriber at Bol-
1V4-22 HENRY AUSTIN.
first rate Sawyer and two good Carpenters to
work at the steam mills at Harrisburg.
J31.23 M. W. SMITH Pres't. H. S. M.C.
ACrardencr also a man to split several thousand
Tails enquire at the printing office.
THE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY
P. 0. GRAY
And will be printed for subscribers every Saturday
at 5 per annum h paiu diuicBuu0. - .-
or $7 if not paid until the expiration of the year
No discontinuance will be allowed except at the
end of the year and not jhen until all arrearages
" Advertisements of eight lines or under $1 for the
:- :nat-nn onil Tinlf that nrice for each continu
ance longer ones in proportion No advertisement
will be withdrawn until pam ior uui wm u wUm-
ued at the expense of the advertiser.
O3 All communications of a personal nature
will be charged for the same as advertisements.
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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/m1/4/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.