The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 40, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 6, 1835 Page: 1 of 4
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BRAZORIA SAIURDAY JUNE 6 1835.
THE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY
' ' P. C. Git AY
And- vail be printed for subscribers every Saturday
.at .6 j per annum if paid at the end of six months
or S7 if not paid until the expiration of the year.
No discontinuance will be allowed except at the
end of the year and not then until all arrearages
Advertisements of eight lines or under $1 for the
Sr?t insertion and half thatprice for each continu-
ancc longer ones in proportion No advertisement
will be withdrawn until paid for but. will be contin-
ued at the expense of the advertiser.
O- All communications of a personal nature
will be charged for the same as advertisements.
Aprecubly to a resolution passed at the last meeting of the
board of medical censors fortius jurisdiction held in Brazoria on
the 24th utt.; it was erdered that the following resolution be rcpud-
lishod in the "Texas Republican for one month; vi.:
Resolced That the applicant for Licence shall have reccneb
rom some public School Society College or Universit3' legally au-
" ithoriscd a degree ofBachelor or Doctor of Medicince or Surgery
"or a Diploma or other certificate evidencing his capacity to prac-
tice Medicine Surgery dec. &. &c. When such degree -diploma
or certificate has not been obtained the candidate for license shall
submit to a satisfactory examination before the Board and present
'and read a Medical essay and publicly defend it.
By order of the Board
T. F. L. PARROTT.
Brazoria March 14th 1835.
JST. MORELAND will attend to any
entrustedTto" Kim his" officlTfsTn Liberty oh
the Trinity river.
efcrecce-W. H. S.edg J .
J. S. D. Byrom Brazoria
P. G. Jack 0 -n .
m2129 Mbscly Baker anFe.pe.
of the Mpagosi
THE undersigned being appointed Pilot by the Illustrious Ayun-
tamiento of the Jurisdiction of Columbia for the Bar cfhe Bra.
tcosftakes this opportunity of informing ail whom it may concern
..that he shall strictly adopt the following rules In all cases when
vessels approach the Bar if prudant they will be boarded if not
observe the following signals. The Mexican Flag will be hoisted
o the Top of the Staff in high water; and in crossing the Bur be-
ne two while Flags with a red Ball in each in a range should it
not be possible to board a Vessel and.not prudent for a Vessel lo
attempt to cross the Bur the Mexican Flag will bo hoisted half
vmasl ana unaer no circumstances win mo signals do exnimica.
t. J. XLA31SA.NS Jirancn mot.
yelasco Mav 8th 1835.
P. STTfeajindersigncd has provided two substantial Boats
a full crew and is3etermnicd to use every exertion in the dis-
charge of his duties. ' F. J. IIASKINS.
-PlegroesLand fec. for Sale.
PfcllBJES subscriber offers for sale one thousand ac-
Jl res of land) being part of the league granted by
'the ihcxican government to hriesman situated on
thp. Brazos river adioinins Henry Jones. This is
one of the.first an.d beat selections on the- river and
jritb the exception of aboat700 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 tjas a great proportion
of peach and cane on it'
J. will also Bell three or four negroes und about one
hundred head of cattle of which there are about six
jvokc of work oxen. The land will beisold in tracts
r i if i JOHN. R. JONES.
J SvUfeHp Februa7 71835. . -.
We have had no late tnvra from the
United Stutes for some time.
We have been informed byagontle-
mn that Mr. Maury (late member of
the Convention from Knox countv
Tennessee) was assassinated in the
streets of Kuoxville last month.
No country in the world pros enth
greater facilities in relation to agricul-
turc than Texas1 No country w pos-
sessed of Letter health and wo. ear-
nestly entreat foreignors to pay no re-
gard to the' fabulous fabrications of
some designing black hearted in.
dividuais who wish to iu. are 'immi-
gration for mere self -interest. Wo
would advise them to pay no attention
to such reports as re volution Ind.an
masacrces tie iiadving Knife and
Tomaiaidce. Persons wtsihiiv 10 i.wim-
grate would do well to bo m haste and
loose ao time.
For the Republican.)
ODD CRUMBS from a daciii.-
LOB's 30VRSAL. No. 5.
"How reciotH are the menentos ot
love! How tritiiug often and how urTccw
ing in their simplicity a ring a lock
of hair a sprig of myrtle or a crushed
rlowcr. when gazed "on in lands far dis-
tant from the giverasaurms importance
beyond their real worth. Will any one
smile that I touch upon this topic!"
"He jests at scars who never felt
It is natural for every sensitive heart
to "place a high value an the gifts of re
membrance and those tokens which are
nearly valueless in themselves bfjcom
tho most endeared when transmuted In
the Midas of sentiment then it is thc
aro released from thai dross in which
the vulgar view them enveloped and
to their possessors seem gorgeous as
This feeling of estimation for 'souve-
niers' may bo found among all classes
of life and in all states of society. It
is as universal ns light wherever the
human heart throbs to the touch of pas-
sion wherever rotinement had insinu-
ated itself into the bosom vou will find
this same devotion to the emblems of
hours that have passd away. There
is no intellect so strong -no genius so
towering .as to look on them lightly
and philosophy though it may be chill
as snow will be warmed to yieldingness
by these tiny messengers of the Past.
Thev tell us too a plainly of dark eyes
and lips of velvet richness too audibly
of brows that glittered and tones that
burst in music for the fountain-waters
of the spirit t remain untroubled by
their spoils He who 'contemns them
or the feeling which makes them dear
can never have enjoyed those enchant-
ments of which they stand to delicate
Such affection for the gifts of'Wo-man-HJear
woman" is not incompa-
tible with the possession of all which
composes manliness. Truo sentiment
derogates not from tho man; and it. en
ters largely into tire character of ths
gentleman the scholar and the cour-
tier Where is courage more prominent
than in tho protection of innoconce and
what like the defence of helpless beau-
ty so calls out the sterner and iron
qualities of onr nature? Were the
I knights of older time chivalrous? who
denies jt "There were giants in those
i-" ' '';': " $' ' ' - ''""' -"
days' and battered helm and indented
sword told but too plainly how'ihe red
combat was lost and won.
Those knights though models for.
ciurage. wero Orpheii in. the hall and
pollos in the drawing -rounfc-rthe
to ich from their tingeru in the dance
was gentle as dew t .e glance from
their eyes as soft as starlight and
who doubts that their voice "in ladies
jar'wus sweet as the mysterious me
lody of Memmin? Andjhcy prized the
jifts of the fair and in the treliised
bowers or under the "trysting tree"
thpv knelt for the delicate chain or the
plaited hair which circling the armor
wrist nerved for the dead! conflict.
What said the Duko of Orleans to Anna
of Rntany as ho was about exchang-
ing the soli'ude so hallowed by their
mutual love for the turmoil of the camp
and the toils of war?
"Have vou not. sweet Anna some
talisman which might render me invul
nerable? Me thinks that chain if placed
around my arm 'would nervo it with
additional vigour and preservo it from
.1.- irnnn nfihn pnnmv more effec-
tually than my own' address has enab-
leu me to do.
T1ip. Dnnces3 could snarcelv refrain
si smile at this request but unclasping
the diumond chain from her beautiful
neck; sho fastened it around the arm
The devotion ofthce cavaliers con-
tmued unto death and often when a
few moments only shielded them from
the brightness of eternity thpysurnnvj-.
ned thoir tru.sty page ana losing nie
miniatury from their bosom or th
bracelet fromtheir wrist.bada him as he
hoped to become a true knight to bear
;hS token 'toTheir'"laayeioVe" surely
there is nothing eflcminate in our love
One corner of my trunk ia dedicated
to these winning trifles and often to
while away a listless hour I look them
ver with the hitentncss of a nun count-
ing her beads The other day I dis-
covered a handkerchief which had been
riven yoarsago by a bi-aUtiful woman
EstelloI had not seen for months
I thought it was lost and the sudden
sight of it.and her own sweet name in
?h corner stirred me to instant sadness
Tho hours of old but I will not
touch on tiro Past let the follow-
ing "Linos" show my emotions.-
Lovklt memento o'f tlie times thai Were
"Uf melting tones and winning smiles
Ease if thou canst tnis bosom of its care
And let remembrance soothe the bro-
Thou art a pleasant link on memory's
Raising the spirit fiotn its wasting
Callin g to life the Past all fresh again
With pleasures more than human
. thought can number.
In Estetle's bower by love's own magic
Which the fair Ellen of old days re.
I'vel seen thee cheek the diamond tsar
Which tell of shame vows of pass-
Was not an herald of.the bosoms fears.
Butof its burning love a silent token;
And when at sundown the damp wooda
And into twilight soft the day had
Me thinks by thee full many a rose-
leaf blush '
Upon her check from my warm gaze
was shaded" !.'.
Icarsed thee then but oh I bleS
A modest gift from her own precious
To kesp tn'iStmoryhcf'wcIcblBO vow
And foedtha love that in my bosom
Once thou wert waved to her in motk
And oncotoo truly whenjthe waves
Around my dancing barque with foam
While every fibre in my heart was
That hour is past .yet still I hung the
Which bound me ia its links a happy
I cannot hope to meet her er again
For fate hath maac ms o'er the world
a rover. '
From the New E.itji ind Magazine.
Talia comingant sormia saepe mihi.
Milton Elc-ra 3 d. L. G3. fa a alloc-
.nakcr's shop ia a town not far from
Boston about sixty years ago worked
Samuel Samallcoru a yoa'h whe was
placed tU ere by his father that under
a responsible masier hfe .nigh learn &
reputable trade. S.im ra An uonest
Ud. soiaawhat easily imposed upon
from th simplicity of his heart though
v no moans" lacking in understanding.
cr. ..-n.Trnthf.wereduIous: becaus ne
nver -wished to
and heace'he war rhn butt of he w5i of
some of the fellow appmiticss whose
malice in the law phrase supplied their
years. S am had been honestly educa-
tedhad been taught his catechism
vhich he could repeat every word of it
with alt the Commandments and the
reason annexed. He had the highest
rcsp ect for his father who wa J9
wortly representative of a long H"iG of
Puritan anceit j a. - In (he sam snop
worked Phil Blake who na-i thu sus-
picious son of a vary suspicious moth
er. One day when Sam was quoting
very innocently some of tho sayings of
his fa1 her Blake cut him short by re-
'Your father Sam is a sly old fox he-
has more blots on his character thaa
you know of.
'Blots." said Sam ''what blots? he ia
as honest a man as ever trod soal Icath.
""That may be' said BlnW; 'ol let
me tell youwhat you neverbn"v '- fnre
and what you may ns well know Bow at
at any other time- Ac has one ton that
it not your brother.'
impossible!' ried Sam; yovj are jo-
No upen my seal; tl is tne truuiv .
hnuld not fear to lav mv hand on the
bible and ay--thftt y..ur father has
one ton that is not yor.iUH2v
Sam heard this awful assertion and
turned as pair as death His falhnr!
his respected fatherl a racmoer ot tne
church and once having two votes for
the office of deacon! could the vener-
able old Mr. Samallcornhave an illegit-
imate son. It was just after breakfast;
but the contents of the morning meal
did not stay .long en Sam3 stomach.
He was sick of the-vwotld; sick tf hi
fa-her; iick of himself; and reeeraedjo
him as it aid to Brutus under the rock
that.virtuo was an empty' name s H.
worried oTer the tidings all "that "day?
m.rwas it. until the.shddei' of dewy
evening came orer the earth that he
found out the dreadful araphibiolojpj TorZ
Blake asked him.whether 'ho himself
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