Texas Presbyterian. (Victoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 13, 1847 Page: 6 of 6
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'ifUHEiiadersiinied havincr uist commenced
XJiisihrini in the above branch beg leave
& -. .en.. t jnvitp the attention of
fitrers of Good Goods to call and cx-
i their ENTIRE NEW and fine sclcc-
i-r wrrovnuir MPPPUAvni7R
irstaia and Lowell usnaourge piain anu
fltnned forNc-ro ware:
v Brown und bleached Doracstica and Shcct-
lL Tickings checked and plaids;
X English and American .Mackinaw Blankets
$ red and white: .
Negro Blankets nnd 9 10 ana vz qr. nose
?. H.A Tt!nnVt?
V...W ... 11 -1 77 I. l.-ti.
IX'J uiue ana oiacti rrcm-u .....
rVi -KVrvK nnd Sattmctts;
i h tta V 1 J A4 ff AAI Ml A1fti
riain coraea ana smj-uu .u-cim.i-.B
KeutHckv Jcaus and imitation;
Drilliags' and cotton Flannels;
red white green Saisbury and Welch Flan-
cle; Tweeds and honey-comb Flannels;
Ginghaims colore i and white cambrics;
A large ossortr. ni of handsome English
American and French calicoes;
Towels bird-eve. and Russia diaper;
Irish linens and hn :i lawns;
flag cotton and silk handkerchiefs;
Black Italian and colored cravats;
Printed and plain muslins;
Mull and book Sw .s -
Jackoaett and book muslins fig'd and plain;
op's lawns; bobinetts plain aud ng'a;
U-iuid checked muslins:
Black bto de Swiss and cro do India silks;
German and French merinos and bombazines;
A beautiful rich assortment of Muslin do
Laincsand French Rolp?;
Black and fancy colored alpacas;
Piak.blue. vcllow and Florenco silks;
Laces; dress shawls aud fancy handkerchiefs;
Worsted net and nurino shawlB;
Blue black nnd col. I.alianscwing silk;
Ladies' kid buck sil i andpic-nic gloves;
Ladies1 brown blac i colored cotton and
Gentlemen's brow n olack and woostcd half
Gent's buck kid co on and merino gloves;
Patent thread aM ilors;
Taylor's 300 200 am 100 yards thread;
Cotton and t-ilk umbi illas.
Together will nutr.c-ius other articles both
in the Staple ana Fancy line too tedious to
Incntion that would pay one well if nothina
else but to call and sec. Also a well selected
assortment of read' made shirts and clothing
coats pants and vests made for this market.
Also a tine stock of Crocker glass and hard-
ware cutlery cut nails Collins and Symms-
axes hats caps boots shoes saddles bridles
and martingales and a fine assortment of Fam-
ily Mepicines made and put up expressly for
the undersigned amongst which is Dallev-s
celebrated Magical Pain Extractor. Rio coffee
and Faniilv Soap kc all of which is now of-
fered for salo on reasonable and advantageous
terms. J. L. 3 ICKELSON & CO.
Victoria TexasOct. 3 1346. 27
FJXE LAND FOR SALE.
THE subscriber oilers for sale FOUR HUN-
DRED acres of choice land on Rocky
crcek in Lavaca county. It has 100 acres of
excellent prairie bottom 100 of very rich up-
land prairie and -200 acres of good timber.
RocVy creek a bold beautiful and healthy
stream runs through it. It has several fine
btons quarries and a uood mill scat on it; it is
in a healthy and flourishing neighborhood on
the direct route from Ciisholm's Ferry to La
Grange and also from Txana and Petersburg
to Gonzales. Aplv adjoining this land to
R'rFUs e: BROWN
Orto JOJN HENRY BROWN
ov. 1046. Victoria.
RECEIVED per schooner Cornelia
I-ca:ks Bacon Jidca and hams
108 racks Salt
20 bbls. Potatoes
15 " Onions
80 " Flour
40 sacks Coffee
20 bbls. Sugar
2 hhds. do.
15 bbls. Molasses.
10 bbls. American Brandy
5 bbls. Mackerel
5 half bbls. Mackerel
12 boxes Cheese.
For sale low by J. O. WHEELER.
Victoria Dec. 16 1846.
JOIIA P. KELSEF
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
c.53 L-o S to s.iJ s3 iaf sis ( Co -J
07" All orders for Horses Mules Breeding
Mares Sheep &.c. will be thankfully received
and filled at the lowest market rates
STATE OF TEXAS? District Court Spring
Cocstt of VicToniA. J Term 1847.
The State of Texas to the Sheriff of Victoria
WHEREAS Charles Vinzant of the county
of Rusk and state aforesaid has filed his
petition in this office against Fielding Jones of
Victoria county and William Patterson praying
m decree requiring the said defendants to recou-
ey in fee simple to the said plaintiff Vinzant
certain property situated in the county and town
of Victoria which said property was sold by
virtue of an Execution issued from said Court
against tho estate of said Vinzant upon a judg-
ment in favor of Walton & Kemp for the use
of J. G. Gaines of the State of Louisiana: And
it appearing from the petition and affidavit filed
ia said cause that the said defendant Patterson
is new absent from and a norT resident of the
State of Texas: These are therefore to com-
mand you to cito the said defendant Patterson
by publishing this writ in the Texian Advocate
eif-fat weeks to be and appear at the Hon.
District Court to be holdcn in and for said
County of Victoria at the Court House thereof
B the Town of Victoria on the second Monday
after the first Monday in March next there to
aaswer the allegations and interrogatories con-
tained in Plaintiff's bill or failing so to appear
and answer eo far as he the said Patterson is
concerned said bill will be heard ex parte.
Given under my hand and the seal of the
l. s.J District Court at my office in Victoria
this 2d day of February A. D. 1847.
Attest A. M. WIGGINTON
Clerk D. C V. C.
Pablieation of this writ for eight weeks suc-
cessively ia the Texian Advocate is ordered by
sac this February 3d 1847.
A. S. THURMOND
40-tV Sheriff V. C.
Hrscs for sale.
Jkt ILL be sold cheap four good American
ff riding and working horses with saddles
blMtea aad blankets. Also one large Anieri-
Hiulo works well. Enquire at this
'Viefria Jaa. 14 1847. 37
OftEAT 1DUCTI0N IN PRICES.
IIUIE taaderaigncd ia receiving from New Or-
X "T--. a large and well selected assortment
f gaoaa comprising nearly every article usual-
ly iaaaired for in a country store which he will
ail fir cash either wholesale or retail at great-
ly waatsd rates. T. BISSELL.
WASSsria geputfrtn itHi-.
State or Texas ?
Cou.vtv of Victoria. J
Tn tl.n ShnrifTof VlCtOHa COUnlV GREETING :
"ITrHEREAS Georgo Washington Powell of
TT the city na county oi oi. uouib ana
State of Missouri has filed his petition in this
office against William E. Jones of Guadalupo
niv. and Beniamin H. Perkins Edward
Dwycr of Bexar county Napoleon Domitt of
Guadalupe count iuoses mornsu" vi iuaia-
gorda county James Domitt Josephine Demitt
Anna Demitt and Antonio Domitt of Guada-
lupo county and State of Texas minor heirs
of Philip Demitt dee'd praying a decree to set
aside and annul an illegal probate of a preten-
ded last will and testament of Peter Powell
dee'd and also to declare null and void the
said will and to revoke and annul the Letters
of Administration granted therein to William
E. Jones: and it appearing from affidavit filed
in said cnuse that tho defendant Benjamin H.
Perkins is now absent from this State; these
arc therefore to command you to cite tho said
defendant Benjamin H. Perkins by publishing
this writ in terms of the statute to be and ap-
pear at tho next term of the Honorable Dis-
trict Court to be holdcn in and for said county
of Victoria at tho court-house thereof in the
town of Victoria on the second Monday after
the first Monday in March A. D. 1347 there
to answer the charges set forth in plaintifPs
bill or the same so far as concerns him the
said defendant Perkins will bo heard ex
uivcn under my nana nnti tnc
seal of the Court at my office
in Victoria this 10th day of No-
vember A. D. 1846.
A. M. WIGGIN I ON
Clerk Dis. Court Y. C.
Publication of the above citation for eight
weeks successively in tho Texian Advocate is
ordered bv me. Nov. 13th 1R46.
A. S. THURMOND
Sheriff V. C.
CARRIAGE FOR SALE.
TTTILL be sold i stout four-wheeled cloac-
iV topped two horse carriage. It is in com-
plete repair with the exception of the tongue
and will bo sold very low. For further partic-
ulars apply to J. D. Logan at this office.
Nov. i24 1C46. 30
NEW STORE LAVACA.
THE undersigned have opened a general
assortment of Merchandize which they
will sell cheap for cash consisting in part of
Blankets batmetts Jeans Domestic Cottons
Calico Checks Tickings Stockings Socks
&c. Sugar Coffee Tea Salt Tobacco Cigars
Mackerel Herring Codfish Soap Candles &c.
Cross-cut and Hand Saws Files assorted Col-
lins' Axes and Hatchets Ox and Trace Chains
Hamcs Hoes Shovels Spades Carpenters1
Locks Stock and Padlocks Coffee Mills Knives
and Forks Teakettles Stew Pans Coffee Pots
and Boilers Tin Pans and Cups Measures
Grass and Cotton Rope &c Boots aud men's
women's and children's Shoes.
A general assortment of Medicines Hair
Tooth and Shaving Brushes Sweeping Scrub-
bing Horse and Whitewash Brushes Fancy
Soaps Cologne water &c; School Books blank
books and Stationery and also a great variety
of other articles. " F. & J. BEAUMONT.
Port Lavaca Nov. 17 1846. 31-
They will also transact a Commission and
Forwarding Business. Any business ontrustcd
to them will be promptly attended to.
THE subscriber would inform his friends and
the public that he has just opened a full
assortment of staple nud fancy goods consist-
Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Groceries.
Hardware Crockery Tinware Sad-
dlery Iron Steel Nails Steel
Stills Hollow-ware Paints
Oils Putty Glass Sfc
and a full supply of
All of which will be sold on as good terms (if
not better) as at any other store in the county.
The ladies arc particularly invited to call and
examine his stock of fresh goods. All kinds of
produce taken at a fair price.
JOHN J. LINN.
Victoria Dec. 19 1846.
We think we hazard nothing in saying that
we are prepared to execute all manner of Job
Printing in a stylo equal if not superior to any
office in Texas and at very low prices. We
trust our Merchants and others will give us a
call and test the matter for themselves.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
R. WILLIAMSON &. CO. of
Port Lavaca have the satisfaction of
announcing that having just arrived
from New Orleans with a large and
well selected stock of Drugs Medi
cines Paints and Brushes they arc well pre
pared to furnish Physicians Dealers and Plan-
tations with articles in that line guarantied
and at the most satisfactory rates.
Port Lavaca Jan. 14 1847. 37-3m.
JAMES nERRON. n. E. cnUTCnEK. A. HEBRON.
HERRON CRUTCHER & CO.
45 Custom-house street
RESPECTFULLY tender their services in
tho sale of Corrox and other produce.
Proceeds of sales promptly remitted. Instruc-
tions strictly adhered to. Personal attention
given in every department of their business.
All consignments to their address covered by
insurance unless otherwise instructed.
Cheap Tor casta.
R WILLIAMSON & CO. of Poit Lavaca
. beg leave respectfully to inform the in-
habitants of the surrounding section of country
that having just arrived from New-Orleans with
a large and well selected stock of Produce
Groceries Wines Liquors Tobacco Segars
Clothing Paints and brushes they offer induce-
ments to purchasers which must be obvious to
those calling to examine. Purchased for cash
they can only furnish for Viat equivalent arc
therefore obliged to sell for cash prices.
Port Lavaca Jan. 141847. 37-3m
MRS. GEORGE W. HARRISON would
respectfully announce to the citizens of
Victoria that sho has been solicited and has
consented to take charge of a FEMALE
SCHOOL in this community. It will be ex-
clusively of that character. Her system will
be one of mildness yet of discipline.
She avoids tho flattering promise of extra
efficiency but presumes upon hor capacity to
teach tho usual branches of a female educa-
tion accompanied with a determination faith-
fully to discharge her duty.
Her school will commence on Monday the
4th January at her residence on Diamond Hill
from whence in the course of a week or ten
days it will be transferred to a house in the
immediate vicinity of which she has the pro-
mise. Tnr.s of Tcttion $ 00 per month.
December 31st 1846.
THE undersigned begs to inform his friends
and the public generally that ho has rc-
I mired and putin complete order the house built
y Messrs. Bennett fc Prcscott and is now ready
to receive and entertain in the best manner
those who may favor him with a call.
Ho has in addition a largo and well-arranged
Stable which will bo constantly supplied with
corn and provender.
In short ho is determined that neither pains
nor expense shall bo spared to render his pat-
rons as comfortable as possible.
PORT LAVACA TEXAS.
The undersigned respect-
fully informs his friends and
tho travelling public gene-
rally that he has recently
purchased the interest of
.Mr. Kitchen and has rcfit-
tcil and repaired the house in a suitable manner
for the comfortable accommodation of travellers
and boarders. His tabic will always be supplied
with the beat the market aflords and his charges
will bo moderate.
Q-Jf- He has erected an excellent stable which
is attached to his hotel and which is well sup-
plied with provender and attended to by care-
ful hostlers. E. CLEGG.
Port Lavaca Dec. 9 1346 32-tf.
For Port Ltivaca Indian Point
fttfiuUr Itarfcrt jttargt
The schooner Mary J. D. Browcr Master
will run as a Regular Packet between tho above
Ports and New-Orleans. She will IcaTo Port
Lavaca regularly about every throe weeks be-
ginning with tho present date as she usually
makes a trip to New-Orleans and back in that
short time. Every attention paid to the com-
fort of passengers. For freight or passage ap-
ply on board.
Aug. 20 1846. 16-tf.
For Indian Point. Port Lavneca
THE safe and well known schooner ST.
PAUL T.VLnor Master will run as a
regular packet between New Orleans and the
abovo ports. For freight or passage apply on
FOR PORT LAVACCA INDIAN
POINT AND MATAGORDA.
THE well known Schooner Lone Star W.v.
G. Knai's master will run as a regular
packet between PortLnvacca Indian Point and
Matagorda. For freight or passage apply to
Z. K.Fulton Port Lavacca or J. O. Wheeler
PORT LAVACA AND N. ORLNEAS
THE light draught schooner Cornelia Win.
L. Hurd Master will run as a Regular
Packet betweon the Port of Lavaca Texas and
the Port of New-Orleans. For freight or pas-
sage apply to Z. K. Fultou Lavaca or to the
Captain on board.
Nov. 5 1846. 28
EDITIUiVD ST. JOHN
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR REFUGIO
COUNTY TEXAS. -
OCT RESIDENCE AT REFUOIO. Q
Feb. 6 1846. 40-3w
A GENERAL assortment of School Books
aud Stationery for sale by
Oct. 22 '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NEW DRYGOODS ESTAB-
LISHMENT. THE subscribers beg leave to inform the in-
habitants of Victoria and neighborhood
that thov arc now oncning a large and well as-
sorted stock of DRYGOODS in the new build-
ing adjoining Mr. Brown's Hotel. For quality
style and prices no establishment in Western
Texas can surpass; and as their stock is unu-
sually large they would respectfully request
the attention of tho western trade.
LOUTREL &. DICK.
Victoria Dec. 3 1846. 31-
THE subscriber being extensively engaged
in the manufacture of Saddlery in Phila-
delphia invito tho attention of purchasers to
their stock either in tho above city or at their
storo in New-Orleans. Their stock comprises
a large assortment of
And a general assortment of Saddlers and
Coachmaker's Trimmings etc. etc. all of which
will be disposed of at very reduced prices.
H. H. HANSEL & BRO.
53 Gravicr st. New-Orleans.
WM. S. HANSELL &. SONS
28 Market st. Philadelphia.
New-Orleans Dec. 5 1846. 33-
NOTICE TO EMIGRANTS.
MR. HENRY CASTRO holder of a grant
from tho Government of Texas and Di-
rector General of the Texas Colonization com-
pany formed at Antwerp cives notice that on
Sunday the 25th Oct. tho first division of half
and quarter sections comprising No. 1 to 5.t
was drawn at Castrovillc having a right there-
to. That every Sunday a certain number of lots
will be drawn and that all emigrants holders
of contracts and others have a rare opportunity
of obtaining half sections for Families and
quarter sections for unmarried men by early
application to the subscriber.
Tho books will be closed and no moro land
given after tho 15th Feb. 1847.
Castrovillc Oct. 26 I846.
BEKANNTMACIIUNG FUR EIN-
XXERR H CASTRO als concessional dcr
m bcwilligtcn Grundstuck und General Di-
rector dcr Tcxanischcn colonization von Ant-
werpen macht bokannt.
Das am 25th Oct. 1846 die ziehung dcr Loso
von 320 a 160 acres zu Castrovillc Statt hatte
und jeden sunntag fartgesctzt wirt
Allc nach Texas augckommoncEinwandorer
mit contract vcrschen so wio alio andore ouf
eigeno rcchnung gekommene haben das selbe
Richt bis sum 15th Feb.. 1847 320 acres fur
verheinattte und' 160 fur einselne vom untor-
xeigneten zu erpaltcn. H. CASTRO.
Castrovillc Oct. 26 1846. 28-
OLD Jamaica Rum Cognac Brandy Gin
American Brandy do. Gin Albany ale
cider brandy cherries lemon syrup wino bit-
ters lemon and peppermint for Bale by
R. M. FORBES.
Port Lavaca 0th Dec 1846.
MONOD & ROSS
COMMISSION y FORWARDING
PORT LA VACCAV TEXAS.
Thomas Medley & Co. ) lYcw 0rlcaI18.
L. Dobbin )
Rice &. Nichols Houston
J. Temple Doswcl Galveston.
May 20 1846. 4-ly
unders'tiiiied have- formed a hunted
I D.irtnorshipnr the Prosecution or Defence
of Land Suits in the DLstrtt Court for the
counties of Victoria Goliad 'Refugio Bexar
Comal Guadalupe and Gonzales and in the
Supreme Court of the Stitc.
A. IF. PHILLIPS Victoria.
JAM HSDGNISON Matagorda.
D. C. VAN DERL1P Bexar.
Oct. 18. 1340. t
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
SAN ANTONIO I)E IJEXAR.
D. C. VAN DERLIP
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
WILL practice in the counties situated on
the San Antonio and Guadalupe river.
I. L. HEWITT
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
T. J. DEVINE
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
DOCTOR VVM. II. DALLAM
RESPECTFULLY tenders his professional
services to the citizens of Port Lavaca and
the public generally.
Q--Office at Clegg fc Kitchens.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
JAMES W. ALLEN
Attorney and Counsellor at fJtn"
Q-Offiec in Wheeler's new building.
Henry C. Wilsoji.
Wm. S. Glass.
Attorneys at Law
J. F. & T. J. McKEMEY
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Z. K. FULTON
Forwarding and Commission Merchant
attorney at ftitto
A. S. CUNNINGHAM
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
0-r-Officc in the Brick Row.
GEORGE W. PALMER
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
P. U. PRIDHAM
TVTILL be ready at any time to attend to the
TT selling of property of any description at
Public Auction on reasonable terms.
Victoria August 5 1846. !4-6m
J. L. NICKELSOft A CO.
IN FANCY 4- STAPLE
RIBBONS SHAWLS LACES AND
HATS CAPS SHOES BOOTS AND I10NNT.TS
Hardware Cutlery Crockery .y Glassware
Saddles and Bridlr-t Ready -made
Clothing and Family Medicines
ECEIVED per schooner Hunt clean bacon
sides and suu.tr cured Jianis for sale low
Lavaca Jan. 25 184'i
F. & J. BEAUMONT.
JUST received from New-Orleans a large
stock of Dry Goods Clothing Hats Boots
nnd Shoes Que ens v.- -ire Tin-ware and Wooden
ware Castings Nails A.c. Als a general as-
sortment of Groceries and Provisions; Wines
and Liquors of all kinds and qualities all of
which wo will sell low for cub.
G. F. ROGERS & BKO.
Feb. 4 1847.
A valuable tract of Land
THREE MILES BELOW VICTORIA
CONTAINING five hundred and twenty-two
acres of rich and eligibly situated Land
within three miles of the flourishing town of
Victoria and about one half the tract covered
with good timber. Upon the promises is a good
log cabin situated upon tho road to Indian
Point. About thirteen acres of tho. tract ara
under fence. The whole will be sold low and
upon easy terms.
Enquire of J. D. Logan at this office.
January 21 1847.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have obtain-
ed from the probate court of Goliad coun-
ty letters of administration on tho estate of
Benjamin Smith dae'd lato of said county.
All persons having claims against said estate
aro required to present them to mo for acknowl-
edgment within twelve months from this date;
and all persons indebted to said c6tato arc re-
quired to make payment to mo.
ISAAC W. JOHNSON adm'r.
Goliad co. Feb. 2 1847. 40-6w
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of ad-
ministration have been granted by tho
honorable Probato Court of Goliad county
to the undersigned on tho estate of Ezra
Maxin deceased late of said county. All
persons having claims against said estate are
required to present them to me for acknowledg-
ment within twelve months from this date; and
all poreons indebted to said estate are required
to make payment to me.
MATHIAS FULCROD Adm'r.
Goliad co. Feb. 2 1847. 40-6w
Land for sale.
A VALUABLE tract of land situated inGor
Had county above tho town of Goliad con-i
taining 1476 acres will bo sold very low far
cash. Enquire at this office.
Victoria Jm- 14 1047- V
Commission and Forwarding
No. 11 Bienvill' Stuki-t
Has every facility for effecting sales of Cotton
and other products of Texas.
New-Orleans Dec. I 1846. 32
Commission and Forwarding
No. 5 Fouciii'R Street
Three doors from Poyilras
P.r.TiTLAn attontiu paid to the sale of COT-
TON. TOBACCO and other Produce the col-
lection and remittances of funds and the pur-
chase and .shipment of merchandise generally.
C. A. BULLARD & CO.
in Foreign and Domestic
ftfl 1L aV5-v
No. Tm Gravieu Street
Granite Building between Magazine &. Camp st.
MELVIN SHAW & CO.
WHOLES A LE DEALERS IN
mmtJ mm hats and
No. 17 Custom-IIousc street
Purchasers will do well to cxamino ourstock
before purchasing elsewhere.
New-Orleans Nov. 20 18-16. 30-6m
KELLY A COIVTNGIIAItL
01 Camp street
NE W-ORL EANS.
BABEX.X-I & CO.
(51 Common street
TO THE MERCHANTS Q
A. J. WILLS PEASE & CO.
zmiolttinlt 5Dri (SooSs
No. 04 Gravicr Street
Respectfully invite your attention to their
large and general stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
Which they offer for sale at low prices for
cash or on credit to good men.
New-Orleans Nov. 20 1846. 30-6m
VAN RENSSELAER & CO.
Importers of Wines and Brandies
No. 5 and G New Levee and 10 and
12 Tchopitoulas streets
Refer to Messrs. Brackctt &. Watkins San
New-Orleans Nov. 15 1846. 30-Gm
jVo. 6 JMagasiiut St. (sign of the Golden Horse)
THIRD nOUSE FROM CAXAL STREET
TTTE respectfully request the attention of pur-
tl chasers to the examination of our large
and well assorted stock of saddlery goods both
foreign and domestic which for durability and
neatness of finish cannot be surpassed in the
country. Our foreign goods are imported direct
aud our domestic goods are manufactured in
Philadelphia expressly for this market and are
of the best materials. We are enabled by re-
ceiving invoices per every vessel from Philadel-
phia to keep our goods not only well assorted
butalways Iresh. Our assortment comprises ar-
ticles of all kinds anil qualities in the business
among which will be tound
Saddles. Gentlemen's and boys' American.
English Columbian Sp mish Mexican French
and Creole saddles ot different qualities-; also
ladies' misses' and girls' saddles in great varie-
ty with few race and training saddks of the
niost approved fashion.
Dridi.es. Bridle tillings martingales girths
and cireinglea stirrup leathers halu-rs crup-
pers and other articles of horse furniture.
Harness. Drass plate or japanned nioutitcd
coach aig dearborn stage Milky light wagon
and tandy harness of different qualities. Also
from ll to 0 horse heavy wagon cart dray and
plouih harness complete or in parts.
Collars. Coach gig stage and wagoii col-
lars Scotch imitation do. hair and common
cart or dray collars common horse and mule
Hajies. Root steam bentorsawed chain wa-
gon lead and plough hamcs. Also blind bri-
dles plough lines trace chains swingle trees.
Willi's. Coach gitr sulky and tandem whips
wagon dray and cart whips overseers' plan-
ters' ruthcrop. hunting and dog whips. Also
centlenicn's and ladies' riding switches twigs
and toy whips in great variety.
3Al;s. Double pocket single do. wallet sad-
dle bngs bear skin covered or plain Medical
bass plain and covered with or without bottles.
Tku.vks. Iron bound leather nnd wooden
body leather and canvass covered travelling
trunks of all descriptions and qualities. Bon-
net and dress boxes hair trunks &c. Also
Wilton Brussels and Venetian carpet bags in
Leather. Skirting ginband harness black
and russet. Bridle leather top and lininghidcs
bag and bellows hides hog skins calf sheep
goat deer chamois and morocco skins of all
qualities and kinds; with also a good assort-
ment of shoe leather calf upper and sole leath-
ers and threads.
Materials of all kinds suitable for saddlers
and coach trimmers plueh harness thread.
Silk laces fringes tufts tassels rattinct Circas-
sian cloths coach lamps hubs moulding han-
dles joints cut tacks &c. Also saddlers' and
shoemakers' tools of tho most approved kind
Toirethor with a complete and goneral assort
ment of plated saddlery ware coach and har-
ness furniture comprising curb pclham and
snaffle bridle bits stirrups spurs buckets rings
ornaments curry combs horse and shoe brush-
es shoe blacking copal coach and black yar?
nishes neat's foot oil and an immense variety
of other articles too numerous to mention.-r
All of which we are determined to sell at as
low prices and upon as favorable terms as can
be purchased in any establishment in the city.
N. B. A ynriety of ploughs wheelbarrows
spades shovels rakes hoes aes hatchets &c
together with a variety of tin wood and brush
ware.'at lower prices than in any other house in
the citv MAGEB KNEASS ft CO.
Rw" Orleans Dec. 3 184. 32-ly.
TO TEXAS MERCHANTS J
AND PLANTERS. I
V lioic-tlc and ICetail Dealers
IN FOREIGN AND AMERICN HARD- -WARE
Corner of Custom-house and Old Levee U.
KEEP constantly on hand a full assortment
of articles in the Hardware line; also Car-
penters' and Blacksmiths' Tools of every de-
f-cnp'.ion winch tney will sell at the lowest
price." that can be had in the city. The atten-
tion of uterch-ints i? particularly requested to
call; and wo icill sell cheap which we are pre-
pared to show upon examination. Look in and
judge for yourselves.
New-Orleans Nov. 24 1846 3l-13w
1? 1? m m m m is as sr & sr a a
AiVU a-XAATEK OF TEXAS.
4 'IS IX A. Ac UL.ASS WAKE.
tZtFtiolcstile tc Uctail.
THE subscribers importers and dealers in the
above ware call the attention of purchas-
ers to their very complete stock consisting of all
the now styles and patterns of which thev ar
constantly supplied by the different manufac-
turers. They would particularly call the attention of
Country dealers and their old friends to their
Ptock; they bcintr prepared to pack goods from
the shelves or sell original packases on favora-
ble terms and at low prices.
DOLHONDE & GROESBECK.
54 C.ti street
Between Natchez and Gravicr streets sign of
tho Plates and Dishes.
W. H. LILLAKD. D. B. ."WOSBY.
LI L LARD MOSBY & CO.
Wholesale Grocers Prodnce Deal-
Nos. 28 and 21) New Levee
THORN McGRATH & CO.
Magazine street Nos. 31 and 33
Corner of Gravicr '
R. II. TnoR.f.) - .
E. D.Lewis --Orleans.
M. McGkatii New-York.
Corner of Poydras and New Levee streets
BY ITIRS. O. D. EC A Iff
(7-This House has recently been fitted tip
for the accommodation of resident boarders and
the traveling public.
Ter.ms moderate accommodation1" superior.
New-Orleans Dec. 5 1846. 33-Iy
TAYLOR &. IIADDEN
No. 35 Magazine street (Granite Buildings)
Corner Gravicr street
HAVE established in New-York n manu-
factory of CLOTHING from which they
receive by tho packets weekly fresh sup-
plies and by which they keep constantly on
hand a full assortment of Cloth-no of every
style and quality from the most fine and fash-
ionable to the most cheap and common ootir.
for supplying tnc trade and for retail. '
1 heir stock is composed in part of super and
common cloth Cloaks paletois frock and dress
Coats of all styles and qualities tweeds jeans j
and blanket Coats of all kinds fino cloth and f
cassimerc Pants of all qualities and stvles and
jeans satmett tweed and all kinds of Jow-
pneed Pants silk velvet silk satin cashmere
and casimcre Vests of all styles colors kinds .
and qualities and all kinds of common Vests. V
Cotton silk wool merino and all kind of
half Hosiery; Cravats Scarfs Handkerchiefs
and Stocks of all kinds; Suspenders of every
style and quality; Shirts of every description
from the finest of linen and cotton with linen
bosoms made in the most fashionable aud cost-
ly style to the mere common such ne check
linen and cotton Shirts Calico and stripe hick-
Taylor & flnddcn agree to supply their cus-
tomers at the lowest New-York prices both at
.viioiejale and retail.
Z. TAYLOR M
New-Orleans Dec. 5 18-16. 33
I. .V. ARTHUR. JOHX THOMAS.
I. W. ARTHUR & CO.
Commission Merchants and Cieae
No. 51 Tchopitoulas street
OFFER FOR SALE
Scsar La. and Havana brown Boston and
La. double refined loaf clarified crushed and
Coffee Old Java Mocha Manilla Laguira
Green Havana Rio and St. Domingo;
Tea Imperial Gunpowder Young Hyson
Black in canisters and all sized boxes;
Salt Liverpool blown "round Turk's Island
and line boxes;
Fisu Sardines Mackerel Nos. 1 2 and 3
and half barrels and kits Shad Codfish and
Tobacco Virginia and Missouri manufac-
tured of various qualities ainf" sized packages;
Cwaks Common und hno Havana from 5
to $40 per 1000; :..
Ca.vdles Sperm Adamantine Star Stcarino
and Tallow; -j
Soai- Extra family No? 1 common and fan-
cy and castile; -F V .
Spices Pepper pimento cinnamon doves
nutmegsmacc mustard cayenno pepper and
Pickles Cucumbers nd assorted olives and f
capers; 7?" (
Provisions Flour; -prk &ef lard bacon jgJ
butter cheese rice 4ke5; "-
KETcnops Tomato" walnut and mushroom:
Oils Olivo in flasks and bottles lard and '
lamp; -r" t
Fruits Raisins jigs currents swectmcets
brandy fruits and pSiicrvedJn juice;
Nuts Almonds ilbcrtsakazil nuts and pe-
Chocolate Sweet and spiced No. 1 and co-
coa; T - -x
SvKurs Lemon:4jIain andtusorCsd;
Wi.nes Madoirai sherry port lisbon Mala-:
ga claret hock cliampagajj; J.
Liquors Fine old pureorandiL mixed and
domestic ao. 01a peacn uo cneary ao. com-
mon and Jamaica rum; gin Holland mixed
and domestic ; whiskey fine old Bourbon Mo?
nongahelo rectified and Irish mart;
SuNDKiEs-r-Powder shot lead starch indigo
coperas sal era t us brooms cordials of all kinds
candies assorted ice.
And all other articles in the Liquor Grocet
ry and provision line.
Refer to Z. K. FULTON Port Lavaeav
New-Orleans Dec. 5 1(146. 33-
Sacks' coarse and rise salt !
For sale by . TJIEO. 1ISSELL.
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