Texas State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 18, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 21, 1850 Page: 7 of 8
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ITYWlffi'i 'JIAIhSSWII III1T1
TEXAS STATE GAZETTE.
One Hundred ollars' Reward !
r JHK nltovr Reward will tin paid liy tlm undersigned for tlin npprohen- A
JL sinn Hnd delivery of my Boy. TONEY nt Preston' Grayson county Y
jxuu or rmy uounrs ll longed In nny jmi n mm 1 nay gi-i mm. uu
lft me soma 'mm in Kntirimrv In.i nn.l !i i. llinupht lin is in Texni with "Wi
tlio Seminole chief Toney is nliont 2G years hid very black perhaps n little ovci
0 fet high slow-spnkcn has a cnr about 2 inches in length on his forehead was
hot with a fiflc-bnll through trio top part of the tight thigh has a good many
whin-murks on his hnck nrwl Lironst. weich about 200 nnund. nnd wears No. 12
shoes And wns raised (in MUsissippl) nmnng tbeChiekntaw Indians and brought
to Red River county Texas by ono John Gnot. Tho snrno will be paiii for SAM
younger brother of Tmioy who left together. Sam is not so largo us Toncy
but favors him' very milch In color nnd fcntuic ; ho has been shot with n rifli-
bull through the right nrm nenr iho elbow nnd also wilh small-shot in tho back
nil shoulders: wns raised in MissUsinni bv Geo. Allen and now belong to Hen-
. .-. t I m ' ' . -a. -iT -r T
doison Love of the Chocinw Nation. Nov. 20. 3:18
JLnnd lor Kent.
I will rent from fifty to two hundred and fifty acres of good
lar.d at my plantation on thn Guadulupo river five miles above Seguin.
November 30 1850. J.W.YOUNG.
3 BUSH ELS White Mnrow fill Teas 1 bushel Flaxseed
2 ' Sweet Corn I '' Largo Pumpkin Seed.
4000 I'npers of choico nnd Fresh Garden Scuds raised nnd put up in the best man-
mfrby the United Shaker Society New Lebanon Columbia county N. Y.
Forsnloby R. H. PECK.
JLost &and Certificate.
LOST tho Hendright Ccttificnto of Samuel Rigg. den'd issued by tho board
of Innd commissioners of Austin county for ono Iftinguo nnd Labor of Land
No. 251 data not recollected. If information of the samn is not received within
tho tiuio prescribed bv law application will bo mndn for n duplicate
Dcc'r21 1050. 9w:l3 Adm'x S. Kiggs dee'd.
Two Farms for Rent!
I HAVE (or Rent for tho lerm of Ono Yenr two Farms; ono now occupied by W.
Dnughmnn nnd tho other by D. Eppright siluato in Trnvis county nenr the
river'nbmit lell miles below tho city of Austin. Possession to bo given on the 1st
day oPJanunry 1851. TIIO'S WARD
De5'r7 1850. 4w:1G Adm'r of Eliabelh Thomas.
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER has jut Imported n very largo stock of FRESH DRUGS
-- Chemlculs unci Perfumeries among which will bo found the folio
AV1NG been appointed Administrator with tho Will Annexed on tho Estate
.of Henry Millard dee'd by the pnibnlu couit of Williamson county on the
i November 1C50 notice is hereby given lo all poisons hnving claims ngninst
said EsUlo to piosent them within twelve month.
Georgetown JJec. f4 ljll. uwjlU
Collecting' and Iamd Agency.
AMPTON & STAPP hnving formed n pnnncrship (or the Collecting of
Cairns nsninst the Stato of Texas ns well ns nonius' individuals the pur
chase and sale of Lands procuring land pnlcntB nnd locuting tlie samo when de-
sired Sic will givo piompt and fuiihful ntlcnlion lo nil matters confided to their
cnio. Charges will bo moderate. Office nt tho Capitol in Austin. 1 hey refer
generally li iho members of tho third -Legislature of Texas and to the olio wing
gontlemen: W. D. Miller Esq. Austin; John D. Logan Esq. Washington City
Col Henry W. Cowan Charleston S.C.
J. W. HAMPTON Ciiy of Austin
Austin Dec. 14 1850. P. M. STAPP Victniia.
To the Owners oi Property taken Ry the In-
dians since the Annexation of Texas.
WAI. P. & T. LI. DUVAL
RESIDING at Austin tho Sent of Govoit.mcnt aro now receiving Claims from
the citizens of Texas fur Pioperty taken from them by tbo Indinns sinca An-
nexation. 'Those Claim? will bo presented by ui to Congiess ; und William P.
Duval will attend lo them in person at tho City of Washington.
Those who desiixour servicer will wiite to us ( letiei po-Upnid ) and wo will
furnish the forms nocissnry with instniclinns as lo tlio manner of Inking tho proof.
Proper Power of Attorney to us fiom tho claimant will be transmitted lo ena-
ble us to collect and icceipl for nil moneys tho United Stntemuy pay each claimant.
ET Letters addressed to ' WM. P. &. THO. Hj DUVAL Austin Texus"
will rcceivi-" prompt ntiention. WM. P. DUVAL
Austin. Nov. lfi. 185P. 4m: 13 THO. II. DUVAL.
GENERAL LAND OFFICE 1
Austin November 25 1850. )
IN ohedienco to the requirements ofnn act entitled " nn net mnking an appropri-
ation of money lo build a tiro proof Land Office " approved September 2d 1850;
ruled proposals will be received by tbo undei signed in said office until the first day
of Febiunry next for the erection of said building in compliance wilh the terms of
thn Statute. The plan of said b"ilding its dimensions anil other specifications
an bo teen ut iho General Land Office of tho Stato.
The contractor will bo required to give bond and approved security in strict
compliance with ihnlmr GEO. W. SMYHT
November 30 1850 2m Cnmmis sinner.
Just Received Irons N. Orleans and N. York
5 bbls. Onions ;
200 lbs. Hollow ware;
Dec. 7. For snle nt
5 bbls Dried Apples;
2 bbls. Mnckbicl
2 cases Men's and Sido-Snddlns: etc.
S. M. SWENSON'S
ensjs of Boots ; -10 cases of Shoes ; selected wilh care for ibis market in
Boston nnd for snle by F. DIETEKICH.
NEW CASB& STORE.
THE SUBSCRIBER is now receiving direct from New Yotlc. a Goneral As-
Dry Goods Groceries Clothing Boots and Shoes Hals and
Caps Hard-ware Tin-ware Wood-ware Sad-
dlery Stationery Blank Books ij'c
in every Variety ;
and which he ofTers to tho citizens of Auslin nnd vicinity nt very reduced prices for
Cash Cotton Hides or Peltries.
N. B. No-Extru charge forbad dcbti. as ho will nothuvo any.
KT His Storo is under iho Son of Tempernncn Hnll on Confess Avenue.
Auslin. October2G 1850. ' 10 NATH'L TOWNSEND.
" S. M. SWENSON
On Congress (&venue opposite the Orleans Mouse
IS NOW OPENING a largo assortment of Merchandize din-ct from New
York which ho wilt SELL LOW for CASH or EXCHANGE for WOOL
und COTTON The Goods consist in purt of
Dry Good) Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats
Hard-ware Hollow-ware Earthen-ware Wood ware.
Blacksmiths' Tools Iron Sleel and Nails ; a general Assort-
ment of Groceries Flour Tobacco Rice if-c $e. Whiskey Brandies
Holland Gin Hum Sherry Madeira Poil. and Claret Wine by the Box or by
the Barrel; Oils Paints Window-Glass and Putty Bagging and
Bale Hope ; Powder Shot and Lead ; Cooking Stoves and
"" Office Stoves ; Bedsteads and Chairs ; Ploughs Hoes
$c. cJt eye. $.
He solicits thn citizens of tho city nnd country to cxaminehis Goods j end lie will
pare no pains to give satisfaction to nil who may favor him with n call at the
Stote on the Corner of Congiess Avenue opposite HalUV O'Brien's lintel. 9
KEW CJOODS direct IVom New York.
rpiIE subscriber takoj tho libeity of infix ming his customers nnd thn public gon--L
crally that ho has and will hereafter keep a large nnd well seltctcd stock of
and Staple Dry
Goods Bonnets Trimmed
and Untrimmcd Ready Made Cloth-
tMg-of all kinds Gentlemen's Hals Caps Boots
and Shoes Saddles Bridles Hardware Hollowxoare
Queensware Drugs and Medicines Furniture Stoves Plows
and Farming Utensils of various descriptions. Also
Uroceries including trtnes ana i-nquors
of all kinds. All of which he will sell
at Wholesale or Retail '
as cheap as the
icriber returns his sincere thanks to hit customrs for tho kind ajid liberal
;r hitherto shown him; und ho now solicits ho public in genejiliyp.ctll
nine Ids slock befoie purchasing elsewhere. . ji ...
i November 201850" M II. H. PLCK.
The subscriber return
Aconite Extract of
Amber Oil of
Ammnnhi Cutbo. of
rtiiim'inin. bptiils of
Ammoi.in Aro. &pu
Acetate of Lead
Acetato of Morphikc
Acetate ot Copper
Acetato of Zinc
Acid Benzoic '
Uuttcrnut Ext'ct ofl
Carbonate of Mag
Cicum of Tartur
Essence of Burgnm'l
h.sscnce of rcp'rm'l
Essence of Spcnrm'i
Eil.cr Nitric. Snr.
Exiiact of Butternut
Extinct of Colueynlli
Extrnct of Jalap
Flowers of Ucrotn
Flowers of Sulphur
t owlcr s bolutiun
I Dili no
Iodine of Potassium
lion Black Oxide of
Iron Sulpcurnto of
Lead Sugar of
Morphia Acetate of
Mljrinto of Ammo'n
Nilrntn ot rotasfi
Niirato of Silver
Oil of Almonds
Oil of Ambor
Oil of Aniso
Oil of Cinnamon
Oil of Cubebs
Oil of Juniper
Oil of Rosemary
Oil of Sussnfras
Oil of Lemons
Ointment of Powder
nf Spiiniyh Flics
Powder of Tin
Spirit of Harishorn
Sniril nrNiirn Vt
Spirit nf snip. Ether
Wine of Opium
Winn of Rhubarb
Zinc Flowers of
TUB PEOPLE'S WURllb STORK
THE SUBSCRIBER has jut received h'cOMPLETE' ilSsOuTME
m"5."' 'Modic5nc I'crfumpry and Patent Meditines conUtingli p
Crcnm of Tartar
Flowers of Sulphur
Roll ' '
Citrino ' "
Peutl Stigd J
Dovors " " '
Cromn do Paris
All my Medicines nre WARRANTED York nnd Fnestt nn
as can bo afforded in any portion of Western Texas for CASH
Aimin August 24. 185fl. l:vol2 GEO
Nervo & Bono "
Pain Extrncler 3
Unim of Columbia
Ean India Halrdya
Elixii of Opium
A will bo gold as'low
Austin Female Academy.
THE first Session of this Institution commenced on Mondny thoSOlh oflOcto-
bur 1850 in the new building which has been creeled on tho corner of Pa-
ean nnd slicqu for that purpnsn. - v Ji
Tha school is under iho chargo of tho Rev G. G Bnggerjy ns Principal with
tbo ussistnnco nf his lady. Tlioy havo boon for several years teaching in:MissU-
slppi and Louisiana. . '
T E R M S : . . j i -
Preparatory Department per Session of Fivo Months" - '- - .- (19
Advanced . do. ' " " " '..'.....'- l.
do. do. including tho Languages ...... jo.
Instrumental Music at tho usual rales. Lessons in Vocal Music and in l'laiu
and Ornamental Needlework without charge.
Strict but mild discipline will bo observed nnd tho utmost attention will bo given
to tho manners and thn mninls of tho Pupils and every efTort possible will be
mu do for thcii intellectual advancement.
ALrrtED GnnoMS Austin Texas
Rev. R. C. Buulksom Houston '
Rev. W. C. Giunk Ynzno City Miss
Z. S. Lyo.ss Clinton La.
Austin. December 7 lO.'ifl.
Rov. W. C. Duiicitf N. Orleans' L.
Rov. A. D. Pa i.mkk Clinton ' "
Rov. V. H.'Tatlob. Utica Miss.
Rev. S. S. Latimore Macon "
O Prescriptions cuicfully nnd promptly prepared at tho Drug Store. fl
Austin. August H). 18.")1). "lytfl SAM. G. HAYNIE.
HP 11 F. vulunblc stand occupied by the undersigned on Pecan Street Austin
JL together with n good Ton-pin Alley. Tho stand is well situated and
aiiitptcd forn Public House. Tho houso is two stoiy and well furnished.
For pnrticulnrs enquire of M. ZILLER.
Dec. Hlh 150. 17:if
HIE STAND nt present occupied ly tho undersigned sinmted on the corner
ot Ijiwgress Avenue nnd l'ecnn atiect as n Cirocory logethor with nil the
Bur Fixtures. Attncbcd lo tbo plucc is n guild Bake-ovcn. Tho stnnd forbusiness
is n dosimbio one nut surpassed by any in Austin. M. ZILLER.
Dec. 14ih 1350. 17:if
4 Far on lor Sale.
A well improved farm containing lOOO acres in iho tract 7.5 acres in cul-
tivation ulioiil fivo miles ubuva Bastrop on the nind leading from Bastrop
to Austin will be sold on reasonable Icrms. Also 412 acics of good Cedar
lying about tour milcj ubou Uastron will on sold clioap for cash. For nar
ticuinri enquire of ihe undersigned at his residence.
Nnvomher 30.4050-15:lf THOMAS W. CHAMBERS.
ME CJUABA1LUPE OfLiLECJFi
At osiKalcs Tcsas.
THE SECOND SESSION of this Institution willcommenco
on the Twenty-Fifth Day of November instant.
Tuition Pees per Session of Five niutiths :
FIRST. PREPARATORY DEPAUTMENT.-Spelling Heading5'' l' '
Writing Primary Gengrnphy nnd Mental Arithmetic - - i&CF- -$10 00
SECOND DEPARTMENT. Aiilhmctlc English Grammar History
and Gengrnphy with tho use of the Globes ...... $12 5)
THIRD DEPARTMENT. Algebrn.Nniurnirliitosophy.Ilhotoric El-
cmctnry Astronomy and Mcntnl and Moral Philosophy .... $5 00
FOURTH DEPARTMENT Geometry Sunoying Chemistry nncU.. ' .
tho Latin nnd Gicok Languages - - - - - -. -$2000
Gonzales tho location of Gupdnlupc Collego is pleasantly situatod'nn the Gua-
dalupe river near its junction with tho Snn Mnrcos. '
Tho Board of Trusters tiro mnking arrangement fur tho erection oT a largo and
1 1!.1 rv.ll ll..:u:..- I rt....- .1 l... .!.- rl... i ; .1
BjMuiiuiu ouuui; Dunning lui'i iiuiiur iiieniHuivca iiiul icw luHiiiuuons in mo coun
try offer greater facilities for'tho nciuisition of a thorough elucatinu.
Nov. 1!) 1850. By order of tho Board: F.TJHENAULT Sec'y.
Farm for Keiiit.
THE UNDERSIGNED wishes to .cut his Farm on Walnut creek seven miles
soulh-cnst of Austin for tho next ensuing senson containing eighty-four nctes
pfeood Farming Land with n comfortable nnd oommodiufc Dwelling Houso thereon
lhe same would bo sold on rcn30iia jIo terms nnd immediate possession given
VT No conflicting claims. 5l:if WILLIAM CUSTARD.
WORTH nf the Ccrtiflcntcs of the Auditor and Comptroller
lVVU tor tlio Ucut ol the lato lleputilic 01 xuxiib.
November 23 '50. tf:14 RAYMOND & GROOMS.
To the jLadics.
RP. PARKER & CO. havo just received a largo supply nf fashionable dress
gonds Iniest style such as figured Chameleon Poult do Snie Turquo Satins
Super French Cashmeres Silk Bareges Mohair Lustres and De Lines of all
stjlcsnnd qualities. Call and sec.
November 3D 1050 Sw.
Pieces Bugsing ; 50 Coils Ropo ;
20!) sacks Salt ; 20 sacks Cofl'eo :
50 kegs Nnils ; 10 bbls Ohio Whiskey ;
5 bbls Old Bourbon Whiskey : 5 " Now Cidei ;
Just ruceived direct from New Oilcans and for sale by F. DIETERICII
.fust Received and for aic
bbls.Extrn Wheat Flour:
1 hhd. N Orleans Sugar ;
10 kilts Mackerel 5j bbls. do. ;
10 el 1 1 z l-Jrown btout ;
Austin DecV7. 1850. 16
500 lbs. Goshen Butter ;
500 " Northern Luid;'
3.10 " Muplo Sugar ;
1H iloz. Uottled Cider.
For salo by
R. H. PECK.
Provisions &c. !
5 Bbls. iSaint Louis Flour; 5 hbsl. No 1 Macleiel J 20 Kits No I do. ;
10 bbls Northern Onions : 5 boxes Lumons;
25 boxes Eng .IJuiry. Cheese j 5 " Pineapples;
Together with u large lot of Fancy Groceries just received und for sale by
Dec. 7 1350 F. DIETERICH.
NEW STORJE on Pecan Street !
HAVING just received an entirely new nnd full stock of Merchandize tho un-
dersigned would respectfully invite the attention of tho citizens of Austin and
vicinity to iho samo; which consists of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS:
Clothing Hats and Caps Boots and Shoes
' Grbceries Hard-ware Tin-ware
and Wooden-ware Sad-
dlery and other
And Varieties too numerous to rnontion ; all which ho offers at very low prices for
CJash Cotton Hides Peltries Pecans &c.
Austin December 185Q. If. THO. H. JONES.
NEW (RftWIPS GROCERIES &c.
TIIESUBSCRIBERS invito attention to their slock of FALL GOODS now
bolus icceivrd. Purchased on tlio best tornu in Now York and transported
' over Ihe cheapest routn. thoy will bo sold AS LO W AS THE LO WEST in An-
tin. i tioir stuck consists of tho usual variety of
Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods Carpelings Ready
Made Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats arid s
Caps Hardware Blacksmiths' Tools Iron and S(eel Glass-
ware and Crockery Parlor and Cooking Stoves
Ploughs Liquors)n pveryr Variety . v
. . Tin Ware Family . ;
i - -.t.i.' Groceries. ' -' .' '
AnUnKoTi:c'1000i 13-'' R.'Fi'PAIlKER &CO;
HEREAS by reason of resignation of Harvoy Smith Esq. lato SliorilTof
Travis county tho office of Sheriff Is vacant: It is thorriforo
Ordered ihnt an election ho holdcn in this County on Saturday the 234 day of
December 1850 lo fill tbo vnenncy occasioned by said resignation and that tho fol-
lowing persons ofiic.ntc as" presiding officer; that thoy conduct said election in all
respects according to law nnd mnko returns to me :
At Austin Precinct No. 1 J. M. W. Hall
Austin Dec. 12 1850. 17:tde.
" " 2 - T. Bosliclc
" " 3 Wm.G. SiWvn
'" " 4 A. D'. Hnustoii
" " 5 Quilln Nichols
" " 6 L. ynndeVor. -J
J. MINER C.J. T. C.
Fifty Dollars' Reward. r
Lost Stolen or Mislaid
FOUR Lnndscripls owned by iho undersigned each of C40 acres and being 4
of the following numbers : 155 150 170 171 172 173 174 nnd 175 issu-
ed to Wm. Bryan.
Tbo said Landscripts were sent by mo to Cohesion and deposited by II. W.
Wagner with Frosh &. MQIIcr fur safe'keoping nnd when applied to to return
iho said Landscrrpts they could not bo found. Notice is horeby given that if in the
lnpio of time the sniil four LandicripU will not appear according to tho timo tb
law of the Suite of Tuxas permits I shall make application to tho Gen'l LnirJoflico
for duplicatoccilificutcs ; nnd I hereby forworn anybody fiom trading for thoip.b'oi
certificates or scripts as ihcy aro bona fide mine. fcJ
O Tho above Reward nn delivorx of tho described scripts will be paid by
tho undersigned or on delivery at ibis otlico. ' '
New Orleans Nov. 1 1850. 9w:20 JOHN M..BACH.'
"ITriNE GRAPES Yellow and Red Gutcdol.nt 20 cents each'Cut
T TABLE "
II li 'I
ii ii ; .
Black Burgundy. 15
" " Rulnender 15
" " Kloinberger 15
each Cut to bo one and a-half foot long. ' ' i
ViNFS wilh Roots I year's growth. 25 cents esch ; POMME-GRANATES I
year's growth. 25 cents each ; MORUS-MULTICAULIS 15 conts'-i-pieco"; AS-
PARAGUS Plant!. $1 25 per 100. ET Decemler is the tiniefo'r Planting.
A. KJ Enqniro nt this Ofllce. 3w:14 A. BENNER NewjBrnunfeli.
NEV jLUiIIBER ESTABLISHMENT..
rpHE undersigned having rocently erected in the midst ofvnFresh atidiExtcn
X sive Pinerv.n . x y PS7-
IVcw Steam Engiao and Circular Saw 31111; - ?
ncur Bnstmp would rospcrlfully inform their old friends und iho. public generally
that they aro prepared to tneut tho most exlensivadcmands aud to furnish tho very
best nrticlo of lumbnr without delay r .
Bills for Lumber forwarded to thorn will be filled with neatness nad.dispntcli
at tho customary prices. F. L. & N. S. RECTOR.
M nyll. 1350. 30tf
Luwocr! Lumber!! iLUITIBER!!! ;
THE undersigned proprietors of iho STEAM CIRCULAR. SAJV MILL new
tho town of Bastrop would' rejncctfully mako knpvii to tho citiicns of Baj
trop nnd surrounding country that "thoy havo bought the Steam Mill and rinory
formerly owned by Mr. J. C. Higgins and have rebuilt npd attached to ii ononf
Puge'a Circular Saw Mills and aro now making lumber equal in amount und qual-
ity to. any mill in tbo StatR Thoy hopo by a prompt attention lo business' to mpru
and rocoivo a liberal patronnco s t
Bill from u dlstitnce will leretvo particular attoution.
Prices. Square Pino Lumber per M. V -
ShcntliioK Plank " - - 12 50
MOORE SLMS..& COT
Clrculnraw Mill Bastrop Feb 25 185Q. SPltf ...
Fwblic Sale of IiOs in Ctonzalcsi!' '
A GREAT NUMBF.R nf vnluublo Lots will bo sold in the Town of Gonzalos
Cx. on iho 30 lb and Qlst of December next by order ol" the corporation en4
county court. . . . v
ii.o a .. r l.'-ip n.V. ill. iminn.. :.. it i.i.: .? n r..n. .';.?..?
AVlftUa V& (JI4IU . JliU fllll W"ll MlwHtw.mv A tIUII.IP UIIU W. IKIUIVUII
puy the ctedit.instalmcnt. when 'due tho purchaser w1irforfelic"tlie'c'iishJ'paymeti
' m all ifghllii's 'p.irqhi'se; ' . WILLIAM .H. WKWinT. .
.-....--t..i 29C3 1tM.aB-i-SS-i
1 tutmma&tnmit r'niMi
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