Texas State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 46, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 3, 1852 Page: 1 of 8
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' AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 3 1852!
Attorney and Counsellor at Law Bastrop Texas
Will pructico his Profcion in tho Courts of iho Second Judicial DWtrict.
Atieiim i7ih 185).
J. P. DAVIS. ' J. W. NOWMN.
avis & IVowlin
23 Attorneys ami Counsellors-at-Laio Waco Texas. '6
J. M. CROCKETT of South Carolina. JOHN J. GOOD of Alabama.
CROCKETT & GOO!
Attorney at JLaw Dallas Texas.
TITILL practke their profession in Dallas and adjacent counties and in the
r Sunreme Court ol the Stale: nnd will also attend 'o all mailers connected
lands Taxes Soldiers claims claims against the Statej'&c &c. 17iy.
Men F. Atkintf
Attomcy-at-Law Richmond Fort Bend county Texas
WILL attend to business In the Crturts of the First" Judicial District and in the
31 Supreme and Federal Courts of the State. ly
Alexander W. Saiccd
CAMEIldN MILAM COUNTY TEXAS.
Ba A. J. liOtt i
OFFERS his services to the citizens of Austin and its vicinity in the
various branches of his profession. His residence is near the Arsenal
lately occupied by H. P. Brewster Esq. ; office nt the Swisher House.
June 19 1852 41-y
IHCHAKD COKE. t JAsTmTjAOKSON:
CoBfe & Jackson " '
Attorneys and CounseUurs-at-Law Waco McLennan County
4S Texas. ly
T. i. AndprsofS)
43 Attorney and CounsclIor-at-Laiy Austin Texas l y
j. l). HiunvN.
"BrowBi & Crfi'ifian
Attorneys and Counsellors at Laxo Austin Texas.
A. J. HAMILTON.
IMJHLrOjy & IIE.VJDREE
ATTORNEYS & COUNSBLLORS-AT-LAW. AUSTIN TEXAS
WILL practice in the District and Supremo Court of tho State and the United
States District Court. October 10 1851. 8jy
IS. T. CAKUTBIERS
Attorney and Counsellor at Law Austin Texas
WILL pructico in nil the courts of tho Second Judicial District and in the
Supremo Court oi tho State. 31:y
JAMES S. GILLET Attorney and Counsellor at. Law
HAVING located himself permanently will nttend promptly to nil business
cntuistcd to his care in the different courts held at tho Capital of tho Statu
and will act us general agent m tho transaction of business with tho different
departments oi Stute. (
Qy Office Adjutant General's office. Austin Texas. 25:y
N. O. 1UYMON1). J ALFnED GROOMS.
R&YIKOND & CHEOOMS
Counsellors and Attorneys at Law
OFFIC; AT TUB CaPITOI. AUSTIN TI'.XAS.
O" N.C. RAYMOND is Cdmmissioncr of Dcediiot tho Stnte of California.
JOHN HAYLKS. S. U. BLANTON.
Saylea & jBIanton ;
Attorneys anil Counsellors at Law
HAVING associated themselves together propose to practice their profes-
sion in the District Cpurt in tho socral counties composing tho. Second
Judicial District ; and in the District Court of the United States and 'the .Su
preme Court of tho State
fry John sayles' ollici
ton's at Bastrop Bastrop county.
ue at Brcnham Washington county; nnd S. C.JUnn
M ay 15 1852 30-ly.
IKIURftARH HI. SI1INN
Attorney and Counsellor at Law Locf chart Texas
WILL PIIAC1 ICE his profession in all the Courts of the Second Judicial Dis
TBiosBBas II. Tliarps
Attorney and Counsellor at Laxo ZocMarL Texas.
ILL practice hi- profession in the courts of the second Judicial District
All business entrusted tu him will meet wilh prompt attention. 3fi:y
TB'cvaBiioBB T. Tcci
Attorney and C on n sell or at Law
Locldtait Caldwell County Texns
VllLl. practice his profession in the courts of the Second Judicial 'District
Lockhart April 1851. M:y
"W. TSl. liCiRh
Attorney and Counsellor at Laio Seguin Texas.
unci's Judge I. A. Pnsclinl San Antonio; W. H. Gordon Esq.;
R. M. Forbes. Port Lavaca ; John Henry Brown Indianola. i 37-ly.
.UdKBiro IP. l?I3WWEK. '
Attorney and Counsellor afr'Zdpo
2 Seguin Texas. ' ' "' ' - yX
AsBgoI IVavarB'o .
ATT.ORNKY & COUNSELLOR AT-LA.W.
San Antonio Texas.
- . A.
ThoBBBas II. Striblingr t
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
SAN ANTONIO TKXAS 12:y''
WILL attend promptly and faithfully to all businoss entrusted to his caroj
" l. C. saAIiTSili'E' Atton'iiey-at-Iiaw
TTTILL attend puncltially the sessions of the Supreme Court and the Fcdera
uourt.ai tyier uaiveston anu ausuu.
Mar C 1852.
ORAlWULIiG IB. SHERWOOD .
Attorney and Cotmsdhr at law Nexo'Braunfels Comal
Will attend the Courts of Comaf.-Gffadnlupe Hays Caldwell Bastrop Bexar
unn uuitbpie i
Ec. HKVontress. T. P. Huoiil-s.
VOWTKESS & IIUI5ES
Attorneys and Cotcnsellors at Lata Georgetown Texas (
TTTTILL sivo strict nnd prompt attention to nil business entrusted to thoir
1 VVi enro throughout tho Second Judicial 'District nnd in tho oountios of Alb;
Bin Bell and McLennan of tho Third. Tlio.joceipt of cluims and letters will
be promptly acknowledged remittances made without delay nnd clients kept
-advWdof tho condition of their claims. ' uA w 33U)2w j
Dr. S. W. Baker
HAS removed his office to his residence on Pecan Btreet next door below
Mr. Spence's furniture manufactory and is now prepared to devoti his ex-
elusive attention to the practice ol liia profession. May 15 1832 39.
.Jttr. JT. I?l. IiI'MEN
LATE of tho firm of Baker k Litton has removed his office to tho uppor
story of tho corner huilding on Congress Avenue opposite the Orleans
House nnd resncctfullv tenders his services to tho pivlic. in tho various
.branches of his profession viz: Medicine Soiioeby und Obstetrics.
Austin Octoljcr 4 1851. Hit
Comer of Congress Avenue and Pecan Street
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Staple
and Fnncy Drygoods clothing boots shoes ban enpsj saddlery cutlery cast-
ings Tinware cednrwnre furniture groceries provisions liquors &o. &o.
S. L. Allen. T. M. Baoby.
AIXE-iV & BAB53ir
Receiving Forwarding and Conimiss.ion merchants
Corner Main and Commerce Streets near the Wharf
fCf Particular attention given to the weighing storing and shipping of Cot-
ton Hides &c &c. ' 44:y .
ChasBBbcrs Edlcr iic Co
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry-Goods Clothing Ilats
. Boots and Shoes Hardware. Crockery Groceries and
Liberal advances made on cotton or other produce shipped to our friends in
Philadelphia New York or New Orleans. 18-y
K. M. F05&SBES
Commission and Forwarding Merchant and General Dealer in
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods and Oroceriei.
8. A. WHITE.
J. SMITH jr.
. A. "WliiTte &c Co.
Receiving Forwarding and Commission Merchants Indianola Texas.
Refer to Lewis & Groesbeeuk and Paschal & Richardson San Antonio' John
A. Mitch el E. J. Hart & Co. and Lyman Scott & Co. New Orleans 10-y
WflHiafiBB H6. BSawliaas Indianola Texas
DEALER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL in Drygoods Groceries Hard-
ware Crockery Clothing. Hats Boots Shoos Saddlery Wood and Tinware.
Qy Particular attention paid to the Receiving nnd Forwnrding business.
Refer to Gen. Memucan Hunt Lnmnr'ftlooro W. H. Cushney. 18:y
(Rcoi'sc S. McBBeiee
Receiving Forwarding and Commission Merchant
INDIANOLA TEXAS. t
Refer to: Lewis & Groesbeeck Enoch Jones ifc Co. Pasclnl & Richardson
A. A. Lockwood J. Y. Dahiel Paytnaster U. S. Army Major L. G. Capers
U. S. Army S.m Antonio; Major E B. B.ibbiti Q.uarlennaler U. S. Army J
Mnas Aug. Fromme Indianola; Llimilion& Hancock Austin; J. B Groves &
Son'Oswald Wickham New Orleans. 20:v
GEORGE WM. ADAMS
POUT LAVACA TEXAS.
Receiving Fowarding And Commission Merchant and general
dealer in Grroccrics ft'c '
CIIIA'S I?IASi .
Receiving Forwarding and Commission Merchant
LASALLE TEXAS. U
Commission and Forwarding Merchant Indianola Teza
K?- References: J. II Brower & Co. New York; Thos. J. Elder & Co. and
E. J. Hart & Co. New Orleans ; F. Diotcrich Austin. 18-
GortloBB & IfleCaaBBly
Dealers in Dry Goods Groceries Boots and Shies Clothing
Crockery fyc if-c
GetieralLand Agents and Commission Merchant
MATAGORDA TEXAS. "
N B.Liboral advances made on consignments of prodnse to our friends in
Now York iLd. Now Orlcuns having open policy of insurance to both portsS
We will give our hot attention to any business intrusted us by shippeu or others
Rates of Insurance under our Open' Policy-
Marifie Navigation to Ncjv York:
Cotton 1J per ceut.j other produce 2 per cent.
To Nao Orleans : '
Sail vessel percent. Steamer 1 per cent.
"River Jlhtes on Color ado fpenSteavtcr. '
Austin to! Mntagordn aW' -U percent.
JJastropto ' 1 ' "
CoTumbuto ' ( ?ttt ? ...
Whnrtonto ' i " "
'nv Risks to tako" effect ;from'timoof-ehimnontVQnd to..include flreirlsks
n ' Juibis m tmm K iMi " 44
C. J. Gar iter
Watchmaker atul .VmhpVm.
O IS establishment is one door below T. Cassldy'f? Billiard Salovn wh'orefie
jujl is prepircu to execute an worK in uis line wiiii neainess and utspatcfi for
moderate pi ices. All kinds of watches repaired and cleaned and warranted t
perform well twelve months. AUo names engraved in neal style on rifles &cl
Austin May 2G 183-2. - " tf.y
itn ssow xork and will Keep comtaiitly
Df WATCHES and JEWELRy.'nUVl'
lift linn now in Htnro n flni' snlintinn'rit
K?lX I . n -. wv.yn"v. A m w
"i-t fa a juai uuuivju irt
Sltton hand n trcnoral assortment
which he will warrant of the firtt order.
JEWELRY consisting of gents' and ladies' bosom-pins nnd chains. Indies' Anger-rings
mourning pins nnd rings gold chains Iirncolet bands nndcItunis.poK-
oils coral nocklncos collar slcovc and bosoni buttons bolt-slides neok'facc-
fockets card cases gold nnd silver spectacles extra glasses steel frame colored
glasses perspectives lockets nnd pinn for daguerreotypes indies' ear-drops &c
CLOCKS and VTATlUIES repaired nt short uotice nt tho old stand. Pecan t.
Austin September 1851. 5:y WILLIAM SlMPSpNT
'"pnOSE in need ol Furniture please lo gtvp rae a call.
1 havemy materialssopreparedilhat the shortest notice is required. A Hcarj
always in readiness. Terms reasonable. 133-y JNO. S SPElNCE.
Itobcrl C. Caiiy Fashionable Tailor
CITY of Austin over the Store nPLamir Moore on Congress Avenue.
Having had much experience in the business in the city of New-Orleansj
he feejs confident of giving enljresatisfactlon to his customers. L-idie-' Riding
HabiK made tn order in the latest styles. Kr Cuttinz and Renovatlner executed
promptly neatly and at moderate charges. a-y April 10 1852.
GEORGE F. IiAiHPKIIV
HOUSE SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER
mi? d'ahc strket austin
T NOW RREPARED to expeuto in ainannar which will ensure satisfaciion.
S m q mooters njl businesin his line and respectfully solicits a share of
patronage.' 117- Shop left sido of the street from and east or the Orleans
Housojnear Walsh's Uvejry stabjo. ' i7;p
WM. D3LrnER Consrrcss Avenue 3 doors below I'lne St..
RESPECTFULLY nssures his customers that ho willsupply thenr at all
hours with fresll bread cakes oastrv nnd confi-ctinnnrlps mniln fYntn
tho best materials.
03 Balls and parties supplied nt tho shortest notice. 26:y
New Establishment ! y
THE subscribers would most respectfully announce to tho citizens of Austin
and vicinity nnd the public generally that they have recently fitted upin.
a very neat manner nt considerable oxpense a spacious establishment for the.
nccoramodution of thoso who may favor them with their patronage whore
their friends enn at nil times procure- refreshments mioh as fine Wines AIeCi-
der Beer Cakes Pies and sweet meats generally; also choice brands of the
best Havana Cigars constantly ou hand. 3LOMEKE & STEIN
Mny 1 1852 a7-3m. Congress Avenue 1 door below ojd Stato Don't'-
THE subscriber "espectiftilly informs his friends and the puolic"'gene-
nlly that he has1 removed from his old stunutheNayarro House and
i uii u jit-usmii uuu uuuuuiuiuic public nuu'icgii ii(nu Mreei itau
West of the Sjn AntqnioJ Bridge where he is prepared to ac
has fitted i
rommodiiie all who may favor him wilh a call
A BATH-HOUSE has been erected on the premises for thf use and Ije'nept
of nis patrons.
A goop STABLE is aUo connected wilh the house wich is conveniently sit-
uated on the river whete will be found good provender and an ittentive and
careful hostler. ' -"
Uis friends and the traveling public may rest assured that no effort wihVbe.
spared on his part lo administer tw the comfort and happiness of all who may'
favo'r him with a call. Thankful for past favors he hopes to merit their contin-
uance by attention to business and a desire lo please.
June 2(5 45 if JNO. D. McLEOD.
HAVING taken the stand lately occupied by Mrs. Eberly the subscri-
be! designs opening the same on the 1st of June l'or the accommodation
of the unveiling community. The house will undergo thorough re-
pairs besides many alterations and additions wilf ba made with new
furniture throughout. Every attention will be given 'o ladle and families lo.
make them comfortable. 03s A Balh-House is also constructed forlhe benefit
of boarders. May 20 l852-.ll.Um R. D. MoCULLOCH. "
HOUSTON HOUSE. T
To the Traveling Public Merchants Planters and others
ajwm. THERE having been a strenuous oflbrt of late to injuro my character
"IBS uu' eiUroy my business of Public Houso keeping in this place I take
KjEjjl ttiia opportunity to stato that (ijo kind friends having been'defeaiidin
" ttV expectations) from this time to the end of my lease I amros'6ivcu
to keep a better house than has ever been kept in this. City (the Capitol no
oxceptet and havirnj dsiposedof my Bar to young Gentlemen familiar with the
business they Will from this' time on keep it supplied with the choicest Li
quors Wines Cigars und all other things that the best regulated Bars usually
keepon hand. I have also disposed of my (Diynn) Restaurat formerly attach-
ed to the Houston House which is now being flitted up in ningniflcent style
the Hall nbovo for it Billiard Saloon and tho lower part a splendud Bar Eating:
and Club Room. This building is rented and will bo kept by a man who
knows nis business well: thui confining myself heteafter to.tho legitimate bu-j
siness of Hotel keeping will bo onnbledto givo my visitors my. personal at-
tention and will use nil rcasonublo efforts to give entire satisfaction. My
Houso is situated in the very centre of tho busmen part of the City and only
one Square from tKe Steam boat Landing. All tub Mail Staoe Offices aue
kcftat this Housg and at ho OTHER. My charges wili cohtinuntho sjima
as formerly $ 125 per day and I wish your patronage. '
Mtiroli 10 1852. 12-fm ISAAC THAYER '
OJTUATED in a healthy pari of the cltyhlhls well known Hotel has rind'er-'
J gcine a thorough repair. Ten new rooms and a large Social Hall have bcYh'-'
added Tho House is now in all respects emoal 1 ony in the State for coufforM '
both in winter and in summer. There is no bar in the house ; but a well-tarnished
one is convenient. 1 have employed a coolt unsurpassed by any. ""
"rA well-furnlshed and attended stable 'wilh plenty of cistern wnter is attached
to the premises. An omnibus will.be always ready lo convey customers to and
from the boats free ol charge .
1 respectfully solicit the patronage or the pqblic. I promjse ray customers
Fare equal to any In the State and il" I fail of my promise 1 will roaWnV
pharge. ll:y T. B. J. IIADLE.Y Proprietor.
PRIVATE BOARDING-Mrs Yak Vljckt flu. 03 BnrcLiy street. Nevr
Yprk. Charges 81 25 per day. April 16 lyj35 . '
SAN ANTONIO HOUSE i
1'OttT IVAOA TUXAS.
WJUQ. ff. O. STAESTOJXT informs hor friends that her house is in
J.YX good ropuir ; and that she uuu nocommoiUto her friend in.thuuestman
ner. Good stables havo been provided with ciuoflil hostlers OptT'laiT tyf.
JT AYNliS' Mofldll's. Brandrelh's Rose's Rogeris" and a variety ol olffcriiDfl?
tJb'illouVan'd nllerative'PilU'For saleby 4j 'PW. TOWNSEND;
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