The Civilian and Gazette. Weekly. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 6, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 10, 1859 Page: 4 of 4
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WBBOHS! EIBB05SI! RIBBONS 111
In RIBBONS, MILLINERY GOODS,
. j 1
and boats free of
CASH BUYERS IS ALL SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY
THK CASH RIBBON HOME,
11# Chambers street, Hew York,
M no harp strings hold su
As follows his twinkling
of sunset opens
and Maker is God,
Cloae to the crvatal portal,
The eyes at our other angel
A twinborn little girl
Ml Herrar •( D«u, Night Sweats. Oold Feet,
Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, buifaor,Univer
Lassitude or theMuscularSystem, Often Enorn
raw?0rnuuiu u4 Kruptions on
• M, E
And I ask to be taogfr^ and directed
To walk in the aaadals
And hear amid Bongs of
tigers trusty and fleet,
On the starry floor of heaven,
The patter of little feet.
or Sight: Wont or Ata
with Horror of
tttion, Great Mobility, Mlw . with Horror
Society. No this g fe more desirable to inch Fa
tienta than Solita4e,u*l nothing they more
the style of"
Clinton (N. J.)
Yoar path as
And minele a voice of gladness
With the guileless, happy throttg.
W *the Eibb«rT de, whereby we make this bnslneas
Plaim, 8mri.a ao Staplc as that or Bton Shbum.
* WE SELL FOR CASH! WE BUT FOR CASH!!
We are satisfied with nn ran can. mom. Asfc,no
second Prise, Have all our goods marked in Pn^ia
T*r-ziy- zz *ist SKÍ, mZíaJi mJ aún,''
aad receive toe sasse raise for their aoney.
Oar pitees for beatTafltta Ribbons, all colon, are
■o. 1 N cts per piece, So. 4, SSJfets per piaee.
Mo. 1% 13 ess per piece, He. a, 57>¿eu per pleee.
Ho.t MUeta per place, Ho. 9, per pteoe.
Ho.l SSjfcts per piece, Be. 13,11 ?XCU per piooe.
Ho. U, 1 47*eu per pleee.
■sr fancy Ribbons " att styles," '1
"all qualitiae," at pitees defying
petition, and for CAKH only.
Owr eelahllsSmaet la in tl
jm " Quick Soles," M Light Prodis,'
Beachei I Reuckee I
Hew styles aad patenta, at a sarlngof
SO ran out. nos cubit ras
Hxamlae onr samples, and be convinoed.
Blend Lace, <tnlltln.,s,
Onr line of these goodeelwaya full. We Import and
" Job " them at once tor 3 per eent ad vanee. Marked
piteeeo«all goofis "in Plain figures."
a satise or 40 rascan, on nasi goods raea cubit
Oar Intention Is to make the Bibbon Trade aa staple
In regard to prioes ss domestic goods. To do this, we
most sell One Million Dalits re worth of
Sttfligjfir ft w w
We are Onion Mm. "No North," Mno South." We
solicit the patronage of Merchants in every section o
the United States, and are the cerrante of all who fkvor
ua with their trade sad patronage.
Jaal8d-w4m JNO. FAKBELL,
CASH RIBBON HOUSE,
US Chambers Street, Saw Toik,
a.a. WAUms. near the Hudson Klver R. B. Depot.
HELM HOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION OF
_N«w York, January 1st. IBM.
TER'H M.WAHDWBLL, of the late Arm of Nellaoa.
«I Wardwell dc Co., having connected himself with
the well known boose of of REID & TRACY, 85,
Chamber Street, Hew York, aolleita the continued pa-
tronage of bis friends aad customers, and assures them
that their orders for Hardware, if addressed to him, or
to Held A Tracy, shall be aatllaciorlly executed.
.... < jaallwly
Learn of the wandering sunbeam,
To gladden with smiles of light,
Each scene of sorrow and darkness,
Thy presence may make more bright-
And spnk like the gentle waters,
In accents of mnaie and mirth,
Of the life, the love the beauty,
Go gather the shells by the seaside,
E'er a dash of the ocean's spray,
Shall come in an angry moment,'
And sweep thy treasures away.
And list to me bird of eren,
Aad bar mtisic so wild and free,
When the atara of night are keeping,
Their lonely watch with thee.
Then linger not 'mid life's shadows,
Though lone thy war-may be,
Bear with thee a ray of sunshine,
And a spirit ever free.
Look for the star of morning,
Its rising thou soon shall see,
Already it gilds the hilltops,
Land! Happy Land 1
t'er my fate in life may be,
Still again! still again!
My thoughts will cling to thee 1 :
Like that bird of love and song,
Far from its lor'd dwelling.
When into the wild, air Sung, _
What joy its note is telling.
Oh! Happy Land I Happy Land!
Ne'er from thee my heart can stray,
I would fain, hen again!
Thy merrjr mountain lay
Thy mernr mountain lay
Happy Land I Happy land!
Whai'ermy fatem life may be,
~ ! still again!
[hts will cling to thee!
Land of lore and sunny skies,
Rich in joy and beauty, —
Merry hearts and laughing eye
Still make afléction duty. ¿
Oh 1 Happy Land! happy Lai'
>H, bear ample witness to the truth of
In Lonátic Aijlama the moat melan-
appears.- The countenance is actually
aad «alte destitute—neither Mirth or Grief, ev-
er visite it. Should a sound of the voicei occur, it Is
lareiy articulate. '
'•With woefhl measures wan despair
Low snUen sounds hiegrief beguiled."
Debility te most terrible ! and has broeght thousands
upon thousands to untimely graves, thus blasting the
ambition of many noble youths. It can be cured by the
om of this a *
If you ere suffering with any of the above distressing
ailments, the FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU will care you.
Try it and be convinced of its eOkacy.
Bawaaa or QuaOK Nostecms dc Qsaok Doctors
who falsely boast of abilitiea and references. Citisens
know aad avoid them, and sare Long Suffering Money,
aad Bxpeeare, by sending or caUug far a bottle of this
Popular and SPECIFIC BJUUBY. >
It allays all pain and laSamstlon, Is perfectly pleA
eent in its taste and odor, but immediate in its action.
HELHBOLD'S EXTKA i BIICHO
Is prepared directly aoeordlugto the Eules ot
PHARMAC r AND CHEMJS TR1'.
with the greatest accuracy and Chemical knowledge and
care derated in tte combination. Hee Professor DEc
W BBS' Valuable Works on the frac tice of Physic,
aostof the late Started Works of Medicine.
n o «¿ji , .
One hundred dollar will be paid to «ny physician who
An prove that the Medicine ever injured a patient; an<l
the testimony ofthousaada can be produced to prove that
it doee great good. Cores of from one week to thirteen
years' staadfrg have beea effected. The mass of VOL-
UNTA BY,TBaTIMON Y in possession of the Proprietor,
touching its virtues and ourative powers, is immense,
embracing names well knownao afe
t science ain rune f*
Personally appeared before me, an Aldi
City of Philadelphia, H. T. HHLMBOLD,
• iworn does say, that his preper
c. Mercury or injurious Drop. I
Vegetable: - II. T. HBLMBOLD, Sole
-worn and subscribed before me this
ember,1854. WM. P. HtPPAl
Price «i per Bottle, or'SI
livered to any Address, Accompanied by
!sponsible Certificate from Professors '
lege . Clergymen and other*.
*.£?■• Prepared and sold by
ble and re-
So. 42 south lttth St.,below
JO* To be had of J. H,
Wholeeaie Agent, and of
throughout tbe United Stab
tut, Assembly Bui
Helena, Tea ,
its and Dealers
and British Pro
; for good thorough cul-
numbly of pe itere wet ooject.
besi, strongest, au-i roost thoiv
composed manure should be naed. It*
be thoroughly mixed with the anrfkee soil ">J
this preparation may be well done the aut umn
previous to planting; if not earl/ in th.. '.V1-'"*
—tbe earlier the better. Oetuj^ sjJu",'p# be
planted early—as soon as the e trih
thoroughly settled and warmed. Í> six
pounds of seed per acre is ample unless'ft<is an
object to thin out while young for marketing.
Some sow broadcast, which may be done suc-
cessfully and profitably and on clean land wher<:°
large quantities are to be grown. Others plaut^
in drills twelve or eighteen inches apart: or.liu-
arily, twelve inches is an ample distance between
the rows. Onion seed should not be covered
deep—not more than an inch, and should never
be put in on other than '
soil. Onions remunerate 1
ture; it must be given them, and care should be
taken that those intended to mature for market
do not stand too close—are not crowded; three
inches apart tu the drill at least, awl tber will
grow to become quite near neighbors if tlie s il
is g<md aad paper culture is bestowed.
.Since writing the foregoing, we weru turning
over the first volume of the Journal of Agricul-
ture aad find on page 132 of said volume tbe
teatiawmy of Mr. A. G. Carle, which mar be of
interest and profit to some of our readers. A
neighbor broke prairie in the spring of '57, by
turning over the sod seven inches deep and fol-
lowing in tbe same furrow, throwiug up six iuch-
es more of subsoil, giving a surface sail of twelve
or thirteen inches light and clean: nearly lour
acres were thus prepared and onion seed sown
on broad cast; they had no cultivation—not a
weed waJ pulled: they did not promise much
early in tbe season, but came on freely after-
ward, and six hundred bushels were harvested
from tile four acres. The neighbor thought the
ri LI • I
purposes—they seed first, but the red are the
best keepers and generally the most productive.
We should grow all kinds.
Puskbvihr Butter.—A patent has been
W. Clark, of London, for the fol-
od of preserving batter: The but-
ter i* first beaten in the usual manner after
churning, then ptaeed between linen cloths then
submitted to severe pressure for removing whey
and water. It is now completely enveloped or
with clean white pap*, which is coat-
ed oa both sides with a preparation of the white
~ggs, in which fifteen grains of salt is used
each egg. This prepared paper is then
dried, and heated before a fire, or with a hot
iron, just prior to wrapping it round the butter
It is stated that butter may be kept perfectly
■weet without any salt for two months, when
thus treated, if placed in a cool dry cellar.
The submitting of butter to pressure, as describ-
ed is a good plan, and one which we recom-
mend to all oar Aimers. They can easy prac-
tice it with a small cheeae press.
A Widow wt Jiltbd.—There can be no union
between youth and age, January and May,
aa the California Spirit of ike Timet illust-
rates by a story of apretty young girl and a sus-
ceptible widower of forty-eight, to whom, after
a courtship, she became engaged. Previous to
Hm marriage, the gentleman was compelled to
take a journey to tbe Atlantic States, and for
f—r of aoSdent, settled the sum of $12,000 up-
on hr* «tture bride before starting. During his
ísoeed of an impatient widower to find,
ai^i^SsjEw '*' niee'y settled as the wife of
"Libs a sensible man he took a pinch
7nHV Vi"**4 the bride, aad resigned himself
«v —. restitution is said to exist in the inland
«¡Stíes of Canada. Middlesex and Kent are
erf a Pine Head of
I'F* Y HAIR.
, exist without a fine bead
following, aud if you ask
each bottle, and no one can
| Hal r Reetorutive.
for all, old and young, to ibis
which turna back to lis origin-
vers tbe head of tbe bald with a
moves the dandruif, Itching, and all
s—causes a continual flow of natur-
-v. ' 'I imiutm-ay
ve 111 color, aud keep it from fulling to
age, in all Its natural beauty. We call
bald, tbe gray,or diseased in acalp to use
the young will not, as they value the
tbe witching curl, ever be witnoulit.
the tongue of thousands.
.of. Wood's Hair Restorative. iiLftew
n >eiujur I v-"i la following letter in regard to the
Restnrauve/a few weeka since :
Dear Rivnt, Conn.. July 33, 1866.
Mr. Leavenworth—Kir: I have been troubled with
dandruff or scurf on my head for more than a year, my
hair began to come out, acuri and bair together. I saw
in a New Haven paper about " Wood's Hair Kestora-
Uve'' aaacure. I called at your atore on the 1st of
April last, and purchased one bottle to try it, and I
found to my aatiafaction it wa< the thing; it removed
the scurf and new hair began to grow; It is now two
or three inches in length where it wat ait off. I have
gnat hlth ia it. I wish you to send me two bottles
mora by post, the bearer of this. 1 don't know as any
of the kind la used in thle place, you may have a mar-
ket for many bottles after it la known here.
Yours with respect, RUPDS PRATT.
PiULanaLPBiA, Sept. 9,185 i.
Wood—Dear Sir : Your Hair Restorative is
itself beneficial to me. The-front, and also the
ackipart of my head almoat lost ita covering—in f«ct
ALo.4j«UWMk~aa0d but two half pint bottles of your
Restorative, and now the top of my head is well stud
ded with a promising crop of young bair, and the front
la also receiving its benefit I have tried other ^repa-
rations without benelt whatever. I think rroin my own
personal recommendation, I can induce others to try It.
Yonrs respeetfuUy, D. R. THOMAS, M. D.
No. «4 Vine street.
Viacxxan, Ia., June 23, 1853.
Paor. O. J. Wood : As you are about to manufac-
ture and vend your recently discovered Hair Restora-
tive, I will state for whomever it may concern, that I
have used it and known others to use it—that, 1 have
for several years, beea in the habit of using other Hair
KestoraUves,aad that I find yours vastly superior to
any other I know. It entirely cleanses the head of dan-
druff, aad with one month's proper nse will restore any
person's hair to the original youthful color and texture,
givlngit a healthy, soft and glossy appearance; and aU
thla, without discoloring the hands that apply it, or the
dress on whleh it drops. I would, therefore, recom-
mend ita use to trsry one desirous of having a fine
color aud texture to their hair.
MACHINE-MADE HORSE SHOES,
THB TROY IBON AND NAIL
FACTOHf, at Troy, N. Y., have,
HKNRY BURDEN'S IMPROVED
HORSE-SHOE MACHINERY now
^ 9 In successful operation, and are pre- V V
pared to execute orders for HOBSE and MULE SHOES
of any weight and Pattern, at a price bnt little above
the price of Horse-Shoe Iron.
The quality of the Iron used in these shoes is warrant-
ed < every respect - These shoes have been approved
jut are now used by the United States Government
Orders addressed to the subscriber, at Troy, will re
ceive prompt attention. WM. F. BURDEN,
aprl3wly ^ Agent, Troy,N.Y.
fiENTKt, 8LOTE & CO.
(Late Lowery, Gentry & Slote.)
and commission merchants.
No. 1S1 Front Strut, Niw York.
Abtam M. Gentry,- Texas
Alonzo Slote, 1N v k
Geo. K. Otis."" IHew Yort~
Carriages* Buggies ana Barnes*.
DECEBE & RANDELL,
(Successors te E. MeKinstry, Jr.)
No. 450, Broadway Naw York,
ADOPTS this method of Informingthe
numerous customers of R. MeKinstry
Jr., at the South and Southwest, that
they have purchased from him his entire'
interest in the orginal stand, (No. 450, Broadway.) We
intend keeping a large assortment of Vehicles and Har-
ness, and will offer them at a much lower prices than
any of our competitors in this city. We hold out great
inducements to parties visiting tbe city should they fa-
vor us with a call. Orders are respectfully solicited,
and when received will meet prompt attention,
boxing and shipping are under our special supervision.
N. B.—All orders will hereafter be filled at No. 450,
D 11. X . He GOWK'S
BLOOD PURIFIER AND^EALTH RESTORER.
PREPARED from Frksh Root, the only kind worthy
the confidence of Phyaiciana or the public, old im-
ported root being inert. The components of this medi-
cine are highly extolled by some of the most distin-
gnished Physicians in the world, as Sir Wm. Fordyce,
Brodie, Bell, etc, for the care of Rheam&tism, SypbSls,
Scrofula, WhiteswelUng, Neuralgia, diseases of^the
Kidneys, Liver, Sptne and Skin; Dropsy, Female Com-
plaints, Old Sores, Pimples on the face, etc. It re-
moves Mercury, or any impurities of the Blood or Sys-
tem, makes the skin clear and smooth—an object of
Interest with the ladies—and should be used inlhe
spring and summer to purify the blood and prevent
sickness. Prices. £ I per bottle.
McOowk's E§^|ex or Tar. — A certain cure for
Bowel Complain|ELts Diarrhoea, Dystery, Flux, etc.,
and affections oi C^TLungs.
The two above, _tfdicines, prepared by H. S. Hughes,
Memphis, Tenn.. are
TTj3 Sold in Galveston by J. Hannay, Druggist,
iff* Sold in New Orleans, by J. Wright & Co., and
sickles «v Co. jy6wly
PAINTS OILS AND MEDICINES.
WHITTIEK, DUNHAK A CO.
Importers, manupactors, and dealers in
Paints and Oils of all kinds; Window-Glass; Coach,
mmA gareluwt, «ad Dm * Varnish; Also Druw ano
Madtciuoa,and Dye Stuffs.
No. 4 &6, Lunu Wharf, Boston, Mass.
P. S.—All orders promptly attended to—The lowest
P-eightsobtained. Jan!)wly W., d. &. CO.
SEW STAGE LINE,
t*hom qpmv^ i —
"j^HE undersigned hav« established a
_ line of veuR-horsk ooaohbs upon
this roots, vix:
Leaving Gonzales en Tokbdayh and Satlroays after
the arrival of the San Antonio and Austin Stages; re-
turning in time for the same on Tcksdavb and Thurs-
days. This Line intersects F. P. Sawyer's Line at
Columbus for Richmond, running in connection with
the Railroad and Steamers for Galveston.
Travellers will flrtd this a Short, Pleasant, and Direct
Route to San Anton tnd other towns in the Guadalupe
Valley; avoiding tl.. ./orst part of the Gulf, and saving
(£7-3ee rates belów, from Galveston to San Antonio,
Austin and intermediate points.
From Galveston to Harrisburg S3 uo
" Harrisburg to Richmond 1 51)
" Richmond to Columbia 6 00
14 Columbus to Halletsville .1 50
IC Halletsvilte to Gonzales 3 50
*' Gonzales to Seguin 3 50
" Seguin to San Aantonio 3 00 t
From Gonzales to Lockhart 3 50
Lockhart to Austin 3 00
.WOOD de CO.. Proprietors, 312 Broadway, J
York, (in the great N. Y. Railing Establishment,)
O J.WOOD de CO.. Prop
114 Market SUSt. Louis, Mo.
feb!w3m And sold by all good Druggists
Texas military Institute,
I «OMMKfti'KS U Sn*«ton on MONDAY the 34th of
V> January, <"ullage tear. Forty Weeks, divided
into two sessions, ending Jane Holiday of two days
Tuition—Collegiate g50 por lessiou, org 1UU por year
—Preparatory% per session, (Rngllsh studies only,)
10 per year.
Library Fund -£t per year; Board, 912 per month,
including fuel sod washing
PaTKsmts Advance nach <«ession, nteortaMy; stock—
cattle, home , or sheep—taken in payment of Tuition
and Board; debts not allowed
(Ubcts—'Twelve years old, and passing examination
Is reading, siting, and arithmetic, through the ground
Dans—Uniform to be had at the Institute.
Address, C. G. FORSHBY.
lanll-&> lyw Ratersvllle,Texas.
. rpHKSB Scale, are bow regard-
> X ad a* the 8TANUARD POR
> CORRECT WEIGHT, and are in
I aae by nearly every Rail Road
: Company, Merchant, and maan-
' Factoring establishment through-
s out the country. The reputation
" " "1 theae Scale, have acquired
of steady growth from
■encement to the present
> tima, and Is baaed apon the prlnei-
* pie adapted by as, and never de-
1 Tinted torn, ot allowing none but
rixriOT wsHMiao n&cHiaaa to
go tortk rrom our establishment
We bar* more than one hundred
different modifeatlona or the..
Scales, adapted to the wants of
erery department or bnslnesa
where a correct and durable Scale
Call and examine, or send for
an illustrated etreular.
FAIR HANKS & CO.,
wftaw 4m New York
GALVESTON SEED STOKK.
PRB8R GARDEN SKIDS—CROP OF 1858,
TÜ8T roce trad, from PeansylTanla, and oftred to the
>1 trade and planters at Jftm York Pricee — whole-
The aMortawat is tbe largest aad most complete In
the State, and will M replenished regularly up to Au-
JO* Orders from the country, small or large, will
have prompt attention. Terms cash or city acceptance.
octM P PI.AKB.
AGENCY 1 GALVESTON OF
C. Carver fc Co.'a ImprSTid Ola Soua«a.
RA 0 G. MILLS hare now on hand a large stock
. or tke above highly approved Gins—all stze«-
from 60 to 70 sawaaaca.
The application of movable boxea, with late improv-
aaeats of tha raaalag gear, aa weU aa the an, snake
tine. Gins now aa dMirabte tot spaed and qaantlty of
ginning, aa they have been lag known for axoeilanre
ol quality of the cotton obtained, and for durability.
Price, at New OrlanaantM toardollara per Saw, with
the anal eredlta
I BBLS I
^ Alio. Provoet aad f< atej
ip««* pciaoa, ji. no, raíaos <iao. aioo
PBIKCE t UACON,
WHOLESALF GROCEKS ANP COMMISSIOH
o ins Hiik . Gora.r nf Brnmi. u« .ion
Thesaiue Kateslnreturning. BENSON f BONDS.
rilUB Proprietor would respectfully inform the .
X traveling community that he has opened a]
new Hotelin this place, situated near the steam-J
community that he has opened a
Ílace, sit • ■ -
is now prepared to accommodate
travelers on the most reasonable terms. (Attached to
the honse is a large and commodious stable, where the
strictestattention willbeglvei: tohorsesleftln hlscare.)
RA.TXS or ri*a
Board and Lodgingper Month $18 (Ml
Week 6 00
Man and Horse .. Night ISO
Single Meal 50
Horse Keeping .. Day 75
Vlonth 50 00
C. D. SAYRE,
Strand, Oalvejton—JVszt Door to A. Lewis 4" Co's.
MANUFACTURER and dealer in ready made Cloth-
ing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Carpet Bags,
Trunks, Valtsea, Umbrellas, Perfumery, etc , etc.
of every description, embracing every article that ia
necessary to complete a gentleman's wardrobe.
Also.keep constantly on hand, every description of
Cloths, Casaimera, Vestings of the very newest pat-
terns, which we are prepared to make to order at short
notlr.* . and In th. mo*. fashlonahlA style mr.hOw IY
Texan Preserved Fruits,
TUSTreceived and for sale by DAN. PILL1PS,corner
J or Stand and Tremont streets:
308 qta. cana Preserved Peaches, 50 gal. do;
100 do Tomatoes, 50 do Green Corn;
100 do Assorted Gaspee. etc.,etc.
These are from Capt. D. 8. Kelsey, at Cold Springs;
and are Home made preparations, (Texas.) We chal-
lenge competition, either in Price or Quality; and we
will be prepared to furnish the Merchants of Texas,
n.zt season, with an unlimitedsupply.
Orden are solicited for the next season, and mer-
chantapurchaselng will be Fully guaranteeded that the
article ]>ut uj>, will be equal,if not superior,to theBos-
J. P. DA VIH.
ew Vork markets
ITpApplyto DAS PHII.I.IPS or
GET YOUR SHIRTS IN NEW ORLEANS AT
S. N. HOODY'S,
Cokmkr Camal akd Royal Streets.
... 6 for «1 50
... 6 for ,3 50
... 6 for «1 00
Heavy English Sacks
10 shirt callare
Fine Hack Create ...,
Linn Camhric Handkerchiefs «1 a < dozen.
and every article for gentlemen's toilet equally cheap.
8HIKT3 MADE TO OKDER IN EV BRY STYLE.
Dlreettona for aelf measurement sent by post Copy
8. N.MOODY'S addreas,
Janas-wly Coura Casal ass Rotai. Strxxt.
A Desirable rant for sale,
i AA ACRES of Land, 300 nnder fence, and
iwv balance well timbered, 1 mile from lnde
excellent frame Dwelling, all new
and eost $3000. Together with negro cabins,
kitchen, ont houses, etc., etc.; Une well of water and
•everal excellent springa.
The above property will be sold law, and on aoeom-
terms, apply to
J. 0. * H.M. TRU «HEART. Galvxvtos;
PROMPT attention I
signmenta and Caa
I COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
i La Go., Tax a*.
__ the Coarta of the Cth Judicial
,andinUe Supreme and Federal Courts
ef Justice Wheeler, Judge O. M. Rob-
I Gen. T.Green. f.b!9w
(Sorda and to b
hla power to cm
ta attached to the i
. ....jobs a. ooocm
LAW, CQLLXCT10B, EXCHANGE,
LAND AGENCY OFFICE.
JABIES W. WYNNE. \
UWY1I % LAND AGEN\
atorase, Forwarding and Cemmliien
WILL receive and atore, forward or sell Cotb r and
other Produce, agreeably to order. Instr tiooa
yean, extensive neqnalntanee
with Us cou ntn, accurate knowledge ef the Spanish
age and what constitutes a good title, are Ua
I cations. Be baa now, for sale, several improved
I ilantation. and various tract, of unimproved (and in
I afferent sections or the country.
0> Reren to J. 8. Sydnor, Galveston.
JanlBwtf THOS J. PILGRIM.
s made on constpn
WM. it. WILSON,
Hardware a Agricaltural Iaplc
^BeNaiUj' Castings, *G rind"'and"Mui
Stone*, Paints and Oils, Tin, St
lug and Parlor Stovea, Solar
Sheet Iron and Zinc,
_ . alar Lampt. 14ft and Force
Pumps, Hemp and Gum Peeking.—Agent for i
Hoe's, Disstos's aud Hlaixwell's Circolax Saws.
mch30wly HOUSTON. TBXiS,
EDWARD BIOBDAN ,
NEGRO AND BBAL ESTATE BROKER
Blodst'b Builsims, Mais üiust, Hoohtos, "
\T7TLL give hia personal attention to the
v V parchase of Negroes and Real Estate.
Having a large acquaintance with the il
Texas, be invites tbe patronage of the public
He has excellent accommodations for the b<
lodlng of NegroeB intrusted to his care for sale.
TT? Keeps always on hand Neroes for sale.
Refers to Henry Sampson & Co., Ennia &
Van Alatyne It Taylor, P. Scraton, Houston.
HO CAN'S HOTEL.
SITUATED ON THB NOBTH SIDB OP MAJ
SQUARE, HOUSTON, TEXAS,
i - HE subscriberannouncesto hlsfriends,and
1 the public generally, that he is now pre-
pared,in his saw Hotel, to acommedate all
those who may fevorhim with thelrpatronage.
This hotel offersmany inducements to regular boarders
and travelers, being large and '-ommodiou- coutaining
blch is fitted up exp. i & ^
Stablingattached. r L-
All the stages startfrom this Hous§.
Cassengersand their baggage con
the boatsfree of charge. J. ;
. ...H. Bratto Nijsou.
SOLS, Attorney* and Counsellors
.Texas. Office on north aide ol
. ESTATE A6EHGY
I WESTERN «XAS.
3 RIM ha* opened ss Agency, In ft*
sales, for the parchase and sals of
COURTS IN WHICH WK PRACTICI.
. land Dalias, Ss- asá
V v aasnraw, nsijmifc aw
Imlth, Freestone, Navarro, Kills a
irs Federal Coran at Tylsr.
WOOlilH * ETI
COTTON FACTORS All)
97 Cakt i
COLLKCTION OF CLAIMS.
C. fc G. collect claims in Kastern and Middle Tsxas, ^
~ ~a£~ on • f
alVMton,N.w Orleans and
inthe caetre of the heavieat I
eentntton of Interior interest., requiring local attan-
jr. t. HALLETT, 1
LAND AND GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT,
axasoEasts, CoHTEY ascxr as CoKMISSIOXER Or Dun,
O So. In G. W.Paachal's Office, Bois D> Are Street,
Auana Crrv, Trias.
\Y7"1LL attend strictly to the oolleeting of all claima
W in thla State, Locating Lands, Paying Taxes, and
to all business pertaining to the General land and Com-
missioner of Claims Offices.
Writing of any kind particularly solicited,
B2" All business entrusted to hia ean will he pro;
ly and faithfully attended to.
GBBXRAL LAND AGBNCY.
to locate Cenllcatae oa the boa
s domain; pay taxs. sad perfect
Senior partner has given almost
_attention,for the last tan ysszvtothe
u to practice, ef tha land Title, is Texaa,
sad the varios, lawa under which they originated. AH
buslneaa of thla character oonlded to as will have strict
StoHT as Tun Dsavts sols at all Urnas, la sasu to
soil purchaser., oa Galveston, Sew Orleans aad New
York, at tha lamaH Interior rate..
Mesera. Ball, Hutching. A Co., K. & D. G. Milla.
General B. B. Nichols, James Sorley, Powell k. Ruth-
ven, George Butler, Thomas B. Comptoa, Bellinger A
Jack, John B. A G. A. Jones, Wa. Hsndley k Co.,
Galveston; B. A. Shepherd, Henry Sanpeea and A.
" Gentry, Houston; Hon. S. Crosby, Gen. Thomas
en, K. M. Elgin, Austin; Dr. J. H. Starr, Naoor-
I. Elgin, Austin; Dr. J. H. Starr, Nacog-
doches ; B. M. Johnson, Shreveport, La.; J. Burnaide
Co., MeKleroy a Bradford, Paul Tolano t Co.,
Searing t Scott, Henderson A Grimes, Smith A Bro.,
Starek, Staullbr dc Co., .New Orleans.; Neilson, Ward-
well a Co. Henry., Smith A Townaend, McKe**on a
Robbins, B. M. dc E. A. Whltelock A Co., Geo. W. a
". Reed. A. Barnes Ac Co.. New York. dec2g-dwly
Is CosMtssiosER or Dxeds for the following State*:
Massachsetts, North Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee
New York, South Carolina, Mississippi, Kentucky,
Pennsylvania, Georgia, Louisiana, Missouri,
Virginia, Florida, Arkansas, Ohio.
Dsrosmos* to be used in any of the above States,
carefully attented to Jneaiw
W. L. A C. is. ROBAROS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AUSTIN, TEXAS,
tyiLL practice in the Federal,Supreme and District
*' Courts at Austin, ana will make Collections in any
portion of the Federal Western District of Texas.
New York—Jacob Wilcox; John D. Scott & Co.; D. 0.
Hyde a Co.; Plant & Co.; J. S. Bunce A Co.; Harral,
Sproulla A Co.; and Saa'l. Ward, the latter 25 South St.
Phiiadelplüa—Tyedell & Mitchell.
Baltimore—Federick B. Dawson, Esq.
'Louisville—Hon. W. S.Bodley.
Memphis—Prof. H. B. Robards.
Vicksburg—Brown a Jhonson; Brooks A Smedes; and
Harshall f Miller.
Natchea—C. A. Lacoste: John T. McMurran.
New Orleans—Hughes, Hyllested f Co.; J. Waterman
A Bro.; Geo. M. Pinckard ¿z Co.; Towsend, Tompkins
A Co.; W.A. Hanney & Co.; A. F. Dunbar & Co.
R. J. OSBORN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL LAND AGENT,
KinrxAi, Kumui Coran, Tsxas,
WILL attend to locating Certíffcatea, paying Texas
and investigating Land Titles. All business at-
tended to promply. I ? Office en the corner of Wash-
ngton and Grove St
OLD CAPITOL $
Hocstoh, Xpf '
A repaired and renovated the <!
respectfully solicits the pattonagfe
ellng DBblic, and assures those whe
their call*, that no effort* shall besi
stay agreeable. His accommodations *
lies are ample. o
IH?Large and convenient Stables
H. V. Pediso, Woodvllle jr. F. Ponvu, Austin.
PEDIGO tí PURVIS.
LAWYERS AND GENERAL AGENTS.
\T7"ILL give undivided attention to all business en-
VV trusted to them. They will give special atten-
tion to all cases coming before the Court of Claims at
Austin. Address, Austin, Texas. septl9
CABE EN A JARJION,
' and wholxsalx dialers is
tiiquorsr'Of all Rinds,
JROA' AMD STEEL,
LIME AJVD CEMENT,
BOOTS AJfD SHO
And a general stock of
DRY GOODS! octl
D.C.rREEMAH, JR. ^
TEXAS BEAL ESTATE BROKERAGE,
QOLLECTiNG 4- LAJfD AGENCY.
DC. & G. R. FREEMAN, Attorneys at Law,City
. of Austin, Texas. Homes in Texas, and safe In-
vestments obtained through this Agency. Fldelltytothe
interests of non-resident*. Registers of Landsfor*alela
all partsofthe State; fall e:
descriptions,also, registers ofTowaand City Lots. Lands
located, bought and sold. Claims against the State or
individuals collected and adjusted, and remittances
of title andáccante
made by exchangeson New Orleans or any of the north-
ern cities, if desired. Taxes paid onlandsituatedin any
part ofthe State. A thorough andlntimate knowledge
ofthe country and the land system,insures auperior lo-
cations and the best titles. Strangers looking at Texas
•nay always have some leading item* and useful hint* a
the office ofthis agency. Beglstenopen for examination
lO* Office on Congress Avenue, Austin, Texa*. |sp2
s. t. newtox.
. wm. k. brtcx.
Newton & brycb, attorsst. ass coossellors
at Law, Austin, Texas. Will promptly attend to
all professional buklness confided to them in the District
Court of theSd, 3d and 4th. Judicial Districts, and in the
Federal and Supreme Coarta ofthe State, held at Austin
and Galveston. Will also act as Land Agents and Attor-
neys for Non-Residents, Soldiers, and the heirs of those
entitled to Lands, under the laws ofthe late Republic of
TT73 Particular attention will be given to the Investi-
gation aad consummation of disputed Land Titles.
7T~P Office on Congress Avenue, next door to Messrs,
Hamilton A Chandler. oetlO-lyr
CURBS Cancers. Wens, White Swellings,ScaldHettl,
Tetter. Bone Fellons, Ulcers, Chronic Sore
and Sore-o every description, jjj No cure, no pit
a. a. rutbmrord henryc. cook.
Sparks A Co., Indlanola.
DEALERS IN WESTERN PRO!
No*. 13 aad 14 Poydras
it 1 vqaeina
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING MERCHANT, It
CimjH ftgle. ■■
^ KDdealer la Ladli
JLgA, etc.. He. M Camp'Street.
JaaMwly Baw Onaua.
and Court Boo
to order, aad
law, Maslc, aad Mlsoellaaeou* Book* bound In any
' aoUeltwi, and will be
ATTORNBY AT LAW,
Ownsvillx, Kgbextsox Codhti, Texas.
it ILL practice in the Coarta of the 13th Judicial
* District and Supreme Coarta at Austin, febiwly
No. S i
p Krict pancttal aaaa*i*a |
No. (8 Camp 8tnat. N.w OtioMA,
STATIONER, PRINTER AND BLANK BOOK
OCBB, ARB DBALBB IN
1(1 am* Iilqnora,
No. 93 Ca SimaiT.
(under Jacobs' Daguerreotype Saloon)
Ha ti— a
WATCHBS, JBWBLBY,GUNS, PISTOLS,CUTLBBY
And Fancy Goo da,
No. 40 St. Charles (treat, Nsw Orleans.
ny Watche* and Jewelry repaired and Warranted
Hoaed at Odd
ling doa. to th.
Kidj^fres of co«.
GROCEKS ANO PORDUC11
No. lOTchoapltoala* aad Haw Lsvse ¡
JanSSwly New Orlxass.
(Formerly the Vas Btsaxa I
Corner of Canmdalat and Pofdnu Mil., If. i
HIS Hotel being situated ta the moet oeatral A
part of the city, oten to Anlltoe and J ""
>a visiting Mew Orleana all that can bed
Lh aa to caaveni.no. aad aceoaamodatloa, <
with moderate charges.
Fhls House ha* been newly fornished aad L
thl* Fall. Tke tabla win be supplied with the d
the markets afford, aad meal* being served at all
offen every tecilltythat eaa be wished for to m.n
plantar*, and othera having buslna« la attoad tc
No exertion or expones will be .pared by tha«
stoned to make thla hotel Ftair class la every n
aepST-tf THOS. W. f """
V. V. CABLOU * CO.,
Rxcxivixs, Forwardtxs asd Gxsxral Commission
iTI ere ban ta,
No. 16 Commercial Place,
JanSSwy Naw Orlxass, La.
New York. Bow Orleana.
D. FELT k STETSON,
No. 64 Camp atnet and No. T Bank Plaoe,
General Stationera, Job Printera,
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTUURS,
T7"XEP constantly oa hand a large aad wall eeieeted
IV stock of PAPER—Baled and Plato Folio toot;
.... wood,KiLTasaxRaxa A co
JOHN H. FEENEY,
TTT ILL practice in the Coarta ofthe 13th Judicial Dia>
VV trlct,compri*lngLeon,Braxos, Robertson,Falls,
Limestone,Freestone, HUI and Navarroeonntiea.
john a. hates hat.
hates & hat,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CROCKETT, TEXAS.
WILL attend to all business confided to them to
Houston and adjoining counties; also, wUl prac-
tice in the Saoremeand U. S. Courts at Tyler, ae ~
wbod & perot,-.
WOOD, mtiTENBEBGER * CO.,
SOUTHERN ORNAMENTAL IBON WORKS,
57 Ca Street, Haw OaLBASS.
ALL stylea or Bailing for Oemoteriee, Gallarles, Bal-
. conloa, Office*, Verandas, etc.,etc., fromtlie
est and moet graceful, to the heavieat and most
ínn%n*taias, Vasca, Statuary) I.toxus,
Dogs, Dragon*, ote. - . _
Iron Settees, GRairs, Tables* Stools) Brsck-
eta, Lamp Poets, Fowsr Stands, Hons Troughs, Hay
Racks, Hitching Poata, Carriage Gatea, Tree Boxea,
Iron Stairs, straight and aplral.
Cast Iron Mausoleums of beautiful design and
Hcntsville, Walker Co., Texas,
a Tthls fine Hotel the travelling public will find every•
Xi. thing necessary to make their stay pleaaent.
mrs. L. C. KENAN, I
JsnlSwly, asd W. a. parr1sh,}
Corinthian Caps, Columns)etc.,etc.
Our iscllltles for executing orden for any and every
article In the Ornamental Iron way are second to none
and we Invite the attention of the public to onr Ust o
Designs, over 500 in number, confident that while their
tastes will be suited, our work will combine all the re-
quisites of beauty and substantial construction.
TTp Wareroom—No. 57 Camp street. Foundry and
MachlneBhop, No. S47 Tehoupltoalaa street. Jn25w3m
A. *. BRANCH A. ABERCaOMBIE.
BBASCH A ABEBCRONBIE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Hdstsvillx, Walker Co., Texas.
WILL attend promptly to aU business confided to
their care, In the coantles of Montgomery,
Grimes, Madison, Walker, Trinity and Polk, and, the
Supreme Court at Galveston. ianlSwlr
j. douglass brown,
GENERAL LAND AGENT
asd collector or claims aoainst the stats of tsxas
or the united stats.,
Congress Avenue, opposite Swenaon's Large Building
Referents—Heads of Departments, Merchants,business
and professional gentlemen, Austin City, Texas; the
membereofthe Legislature ofTexaa; Texas Senators
rod Representatives in Congreaa; S. M. Swenson, mer-
thant^Austin Texas; John A. Mitchell, New Orieana;
ra-tHK undersigned havlngleased this well knowi
■L Hotel and Bordins Hocas,has had the same
thoroughly renovated and refurnished, and 1* now
fally prepared to accommodate all who may give
a call. His house is admirably aituated, being on A
street, abqut one square below market, and, having a
Stable attached, la finely adapted to the wants of hi*
patrons and friends who may be coming in from the
country or neighboring towns. He hopes by strict at-
tention to the necessities of hi* customers and making
hia charges moderate, to receive a liberal share of pub-
lic patronage. S. W. MCALLISTER,
may35wiy San Antonio.
HOAM A SONS'PORTABLE AND STATION-
ARY 8TBAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Now in «tore and ready for delivery, eighty of these
celebrated engines, of tbe foUowlng sizes:
3a inches diameter of cylinder,
and bom 8 to 84 inches stroke, and rating from l>i to
85 horse power, with chimneys, blowen and water pipe
complete. Thisistheonij SteamEnginamadewhich hasa
Boiler perfectly accessible in all of its parts bath Inside
and Outside, far Cleaning, and a conclusive evidence of
ita superior merits and popularity, 1* In the fact that up-
wards of ONE THOUSAND of them are now In use,
with a constantly Increasing demand^ F^>r sal^tiy
jan85-w3m 70 Gravler street, New Orleans.
..n us. u. Liottoio tx uw•« utoivuan ) how iviaj uuii*
John Henry Brown, Galveston, Texas; Hon. Andrew
Neill,Seguin,Texas; Hon. JoluiC. Breckinridge,Ky.
HEIRI HOUSE A CO.,
OW, SASH AND BUND MANUFACTORY,
Milam ¡Street, Houston, Texas.
A RE prepared at sight to execute any orders for any
Xjl amount of Sash, withor without Glass,at the prices
named below, also, Pahssl Doors, raised on both umii^iuiiii abaub; juui a. juwuou, now vnoaupj
sides, well lalahed, and made ofthe best seasoned Wm- H. Sellan & Co., merchant, New York; Hob.
Cypres* Lumber. * ' " —*— ~ ~ " "
Annexed to the various sizes of Saab, we have gives
the exact size the frame should be made, for the con-
venience of ourcustomers:
Glazed Sash 8 by 10 worth 16 c., frames to fit 18 light*
8 ft. 4\la by 3 R. 10 in.
Glazed Saab 10 by 18, worth 18c.; frames to fit 18light*;
8 ft. 10JÍ in. by 4 ft. 6 in.
Glazed Sash 10 by 14, worth88c.; frames to fit 12lights.
Sft.IO l-8in. by 5 ft. 2 1-4.
Glazed gash 10 by 16, worth 85c.: framesto fit IS lights,
3 ft. 101-2 in by 5 ft. 10 1-3 in.
Glazed Sash 12 by 16, worth 30c.; frames to it 1211|
3 ft. 4 1-4 in by 5 ft. 10 1-2 in. r>
Glazed Saab 12 by 18 worth 35c.; frames tp fit 12
—WHOLXSALX ASD RETAIL DEALER IN—
MERCHANDIZE, GROCERIES, ETC., ALSO,
OESERAL Commission Merchant, and dealer in
Ready Made Clothing, Boots, £hoes, Hats, Caps,
'mbrellas. Family Groceries, etc., etc.,
3 ft. 3 3-4 iD by 6 ft. 6 l-2in.
Glazed Sash 13 by 20, worth 40c., frames,to fit 12
3 ft. 53-4 in by 7 ft. 11.2 in *
lO* Mouldings of all kinds and Cypress and Pine
Lumber, well assorted. Alao,Cypress8hlnglesforsale /
atouryard. HENRY HOU8E A CO, , ¡¿r
ap-20wly .. Houston, Tex^a, AcilIJift.JB57 ® ° -
O. J. BALDWIN,
ATTORNEY-AT-* ' W.
r> r. ¿nann L .
unp, nouajTnre n-rris.
Liberal cash advance* made on cotton shipped to
"rlends in New York or New Orleans.
land cotton. So call and see
Swly N. SHIELDS.
•Breeze Hotel, Suluria, Texas.
BY S . S . G1VE5R.
-tpriaLoi-of thjL.nu.uu .unir.t.iic
*1S S . -.prieto^ ^ I "?rTCTpeC°^^T
T" £ 2 ia old patrons and the public generally, that
ad to accommodate them with comfortabl
x TelegrapL uuuutAj^a, uvuoun<n -
Will practice in any ofthe crturts'in. t. 4 will
give special and prompt attention to collecting buying,
selling and locating land, and investigating tides.
References:—Hon. E. M. King, Memphis,Tenn.; Col.
B. K. Johnson, Sumner co., Tenn.; Hon. Ben. B. Gray,
Hopkinsville, Ky.; Thos. Harrison, Esq., Li>gan co.,
Ky.; Col. E. W. Morgan,ShelbyTille, Ky.; Bon. John
C. McVea, Jackson,La.; w. PurgnsKeman,Eiq.,Clin-
ton, La.; R. H.Marr,E8q., Commercial Plac& N. O.;
CharlesFarwell, 57 Camp St.. N. O.; Col. H. washing-
ton, Polk co., Texas; B. A. Shepherd, J. P.Wilson,
Houston,Texas. my 4
HE oldest and longest established Car-
riage Repository in the city of Houston,•
noarly opposite the Old Capitol, Main St..has
just received and wilt be be constantly receiving large
accessions to its stock, consisting of Carriages, Ba-
rouches, Buggies, and other vehicles of any style, des-
cription and price. Planter* and dealsrs can beacom-
modated on the best terms.
The public are invited to calland examine our work.
It is all manufactured expressly for this establishment,
by the manufacturer J. H.Duren, Rahway, New Jersey.
juneS4 A. A. TUCKER.
JOHN II. PEEL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Madlaon, Madison County, Texas,
ILL practice in the District Courts in the coun-
ties of Madison, Grimes, Leon, Walker, Robert-
son and Montgomery.
References .-—Hon. R. T. Wheeler, Independence; N.
H. Davis, Montgomery; Thos. W. Blake, Leona; X.
B. Saunders, Belton; Branch & Abercrombie, Hunts-
Land far Sale.
1 QQ7 ACRES IN BRAZOS COUNTY on the^t
XOO I east side of the Braaos river, about tenaM
miles from the town of Wa*hington, on the roadZL,
from Houston to Wheeloek, and thronch which the Gal-
veston, Houston and Henderson Rail Road will run,be-
ing partofWm.MUliean's head rightleague. Porteras
apply to the subaerlberin Jackson county, orto William
Dunlapof Braaos county, who will show the land.
1000 acres in Jackson county,nine miles from Tezana.
part of Henry Smith's lead right league.
I will also sell my Homestead, containing about 1300
aerea,on which there is a comfortable Frame Dwelling
with all necessary out buildings, garden, shrubbery;
peach trees, etc, together with 35 acresln a high state of
Jackson County, Nov. 6.
Fort Bend County.
ITT trióme i^rrr
AE. B. WILLIAMSON,
Receiving, Forwarding db Gen'i Cowimis'n Merchant
OKI DOOR waST or OLOIE HOTEL,
WHOLB SALE and RETAIL dealer In Groceries,
Brandies, Wines, and Liquors; Tobaeco and
Cigars,- Wood and Willow ware die.: a general assort-
ment of every thing in the Grocery line on hand, and
constantingly receiving from New Orleansandthe North
all of which Is offered for Cash or producee. If you
wish Bargains. Call and Trt Mi ! Oct 6-6m-w
tiflengers by steamship io or from Matagor
Dr_ — amar, Aransas, Corpus ChriKti, the San
„:ePar uadaiupe rivers, will see at afiance, that
5 for their change of boat . To
ting, bsh^r, &c., Salnria is without a ri-
ge* will be moderate for either transient
Val. lie cha
rniTcSRj j. stockdí Li w. n. woodward.
'sTOCKDALG t WOODWARD,
/iTTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Indiasou. Calhooh Co., Texas.
XX7/1LL complete the business of Little & Stocdale,
VV/ and practice in the Tenth Judicial District. [ap7
JOHN E 6ARET,
COMMISSION MERCHANT & GENERAL AGENT
Powder Hotit, Texas.
Tl~p Strict attention paid to all business entrusted
my care. feb20-ly
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office at Powder^ Horn. feb2S-wly.
J.B.SAKDKKS A. WBITHÍT.
SANDERS ti wH1TNEy, Ship Aokhts ado Auctiok
cuts, Lavaca, Texas.
N. B.—Accounts and other Clalmscollected andfunds
promptly remitted. oet31
GEORGE P. FINLAY, Attorhxv at Law, Lavaca
Texas, will attend to the Collection of Debts, and
the prosecution of claims of all descriptions, in theCoun-
tles^of Calhoun, Jackson,Lavaca, Vietoiia, Gonzales and
Cm. COEN, Shipping Aosnt, Forwarding & Com.
. mission Merchant, Powder Horn Wharf, Im
IT? The highest prices paid for Country
ASHWORTH& BERGEON, Wholcsali asd Kitau
Grockrs, Com Mission & Forwardiho Merchants,
Powder Horn Wharf, Indlanola, Texas.
Always on hand French Wines, Liquors, Fruits, im-
ported direct for us, with a full assortment of Northern
and Western Produce.
U Cotton, Hides, Wool and Pecans bought at the
est cash prices. Jan 16-'55-lyr
MAIN STREET, INDIANOLA, TEXAg.
William P. Hasskll, Proprietor
Pleasantly situated—thoroughly repaired. Jan23 3m
David J. Bald wix
SEAWBLLdc BALDWIN, Attorneys and Counselorsat
Law, Indlanola, Texas, will practice In the Distric
Courts for tno Tenth and Fourteenth Judicial District*
and Federal Court* at Austin and Galveston.
J. W. BALSRIDO* P. SPARKS
BALDR1DGE, SPARKS & CO., Lower Wharf, Indian
ola, will make liberal Cash Advances on Produoe fo
our friends In New Orleans and the North.
Indianola, Aug. 88 H. BALDRIDGE & CO.
IIj iIiTildM G. WOODMAN, Notakt Public, Com j
tv m1ssionrr for thk states Ot louisiana and Ml*
subippi, Indlanola, Texas.
N.B.—All business entrusted to me will be prompt,
attended to. feb 2-w-3m
CLARK ac WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW..
PRACTICE in the Courts of the Fifth Judicial Dii-
trict—of the counties of Cherokee and Rusk, and
In the Supremo Court ofthe State, and U.S. District
Court at Tyler. (novl-wlrr
.j. howertqk volset ellis
HOWEKTON & ELLIS,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Hallettivllle, Lavaca County, Texas.
Will practice in the DUtrict Courts of Victoria, Cai
houn, Jackson, Lavaca, Gonzales, and DeWitt countlee
and the Supreme Court at Austin and Galveston. dec4
G. L. Marti* J Wvatt.
marts a wvatt,
Attormets amd Counsellor, at Law.
Corslcana, Navarro county, Texas.
\T7"ILL punctually attend to all business entrust
VV totheircare. They will not, however, consider
themselves employed until their fee iasecnred. [octl)
Plantation for sale or Kent.
A VALUABLE Plantation on the Weet bank OL
tbe Brazos rlver,8 mile- above Columbia, in
Brazoria county is offered for sale at a very great-
bargain and upon literal terms it sold immediately, if
not, It will be rented until the lat January next at a
moderate rent. The place Includes over 8,000 acres of
as line and aa can be found on the river; the improve-
ment* are good and of tbe most suitable character,
consisting in part of a brick supar honse. with all the
necessary machinery for sugarmaklng; gin stand,gin
house and press; large and commodious residence-
negro cabins and all other building required on a Brat
class plantation. There are nearly 800 acre* of plant
cane and about 450 acre, in cultivation in sugar and
cotton last year. The river is navigable for steamboat,
up to the bank* of the plantation at all season*. Pos-
sesion will be given immediate ly. For particulars ap-
' JAMBS Galveston, or to
WHARTON dk TERRY,
Jmo. C. McCot E. P. Nicholsom
MCCOY &. NICHOLSON,
Attorneys amd Counsellors at Law,
WILL practice in the Supreme and District Courts
of this State, and In the Federal Court for the
District of Texas. Any business confided to them shall
be attended to with promptness and fidelity.
References—Messrs. G. M. Pinckard & Co. N. Or-
~Y * Ml' TJ" Crutcher & McKaven, Vicksburg; Hon.
A. G. Brown, M.C. Washington City; Dr. Ben. Hens
ley, Frankfort, Ky.; Messrs. Thomasson & Gibson,
Attorneys at Law, Louisville, Ky. [octly]
jobm say les ....rem h. bassett j.
sayles & basse txs,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Brenham, Washington Coomty, Texas.
WILL practice In the Court* of the First,Third and
Seventh Judicial District, and in the Supreme
and Federal Court* at Austin and Galveston. septlw
THE UNDERS1GNBD having purchased thelnterest
of John Wrigleyand James Wrigley,ln the late firm
of J. dc J. Wrigley a Co., will continue businessfor and
én his own account, and hopes, by strict attention to
business, to merit a share of public patronage.
Liberty, Jan. I,1855-feb8-w-tf C. C.LUND.
thob. p. ayoock charles stewart.
AYCOCK dt STEWART,
ATTORNIES AND COUNSSLLARS AT LAW,
and general land and oolleotino agents,
Martin, Vails County, Texas.
WILL practice in the counties of Brasos, Robertson,
Falls, Limestone, Freestone, Hill, Navarro, Leon,
Milam, Burleson, McLenan, Coryell, Bosque and Bell,—
Also in the Supreme and federal Courts at the city of
l • s • l a w hon,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
QKSS. JONES../ JAMES A. WAR*.
jones fc wake,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND LAND AGENTS.
helena, karnes county texas.
COLLECTIONS made in Western Texas and prmopt-
ly remitted. Any business In the purchase or sale
— " -«.HnJoflio wUls promptness and fidelity.
Refers to—Hon. Jeremiah Morton, Va. ; Rob't. A.
Grinnan, Jno. M. Bell, New Orleans; J. M. Mason, U.
S. Senate; Shields & Somerville, Richmond, Va;
Gray & Glassell,New York: Col. J. W.
Va.; Dr. Wm. R. Smith, Galveston, Texas.
S. III. LOWB1E,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Helena, Karnes County, Texas. ap3
Tl/TILTON DANA, Attorney at Law, Hleena, Karnes
Reference—O. C. Hartley, Galveston; W, P.Ballinger,
do.; Milton M. Potter, do.; John Henry Bronw,do.;
Hon.Anson Jones, Washington, Tex.; A. H. Bean, New
York. nov 7-lyr
CA. RUSSEL, Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
. Helena, Karnes County, Texas. Land Agent.
IT? Especial attention given to all matters connected
with Lands,surveying, Locating, &c.
Refers to Pryor Lea, Bsq., Goliad, Col. John Henry
Brown, Galveston. nov 7-lyr
. Lockhart, Texas, Will practice in all the counties
composing this Judicial District, and in the Supreme
Court at Austin.
Particularattentlonpaidtoall Land BusinessandCol
*. a. white, Victoria....wu. B. woodward,Indianola.
WHITE & WOODWARD, Attorneys at Law, In-
dlanola and Victoria, will practice In the 10th Dis-
trict, and In the Supreme and Federal Courts at Galves-
ton. Jan 18-'55-lyr
WM. *. slabs.
W. w. throrald*
GLASS, k THEOBALDS, Attorneys amd Counsel-
lor. at Law Victoria, Texas. ang85
W. B. WILSON,
Referto—Messrs. Powell a Ruthvrm, Galveston
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
* 14 Woodville. Tyler Co., Texas. 1 y
Star H«tel,W«*dTllle, Tyler ca. Texas
A. W. OADY—PRORIETOR.
THE Subscriber having opened the above estab-
lishment,!* prepared to accommodate the trav-1
2 community. His Table will alway* be *up-l
with the beat the country affojd*. He pled
i*elf that no pain* will be (pared to make hi* gui
comfortable; ana hope* by itrlct attention to bualni
to merit a share or public patronage.
TTr* Attached to the Hotel Is a good Stable—plenty
fCorn and Fodder; and attentiveOstlers.
TT~y Nacogdoches Chronicle, copy, and send blllto A.
ROBERT F . GREEN,
WHOLE BALE GBOOER amd DEALER IN DRY GOODS
Commission amd Forwardiso Merchamt,
Sabine Pass, Texas.
LIBERAL advances in cash made on Cotton shipped to
the address of my friends in New York, New Orleans
and Galveston. decB
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
apI3 Milam, Texas. wlyr
TRAVELING LASD AGENCY
LA. RUCKER,of Washington,Texa*,offers tolocau
• survey and procure Patents, for one-third ofthe
land or 18 Ji cent* per acre, on all claim* less than 1880
¡re*, or for 10 cent* per acre on laigerclaims.
He will also bny or sell lands in the upper Brazo* and
North-western portions of the State, giving the most
careful personal examination, in ail cases, either in the
purchase or sale of lands.
Ashe ha* funds placed at his disposal,to lnvestln
lands, all person* wishing to sell would do well to for-
ward to him a description of the locality of their lands
and alsé when practicable, fix a minimum price on tbem
otherwise,he could not feel authorized to becomethe
purchaser, even as agent.
A thorough and intimate knowledge ofthe country,
and apersona! experience in the business, for the last
eighteen years, must Insure superior locations and safe
Inveatmentsfor all thos© who may favor him with their
ilaced in the hands o f 1
Any busineudeslgned for him, may, lnhis abMnce.be
placed in the hands o fB. B. Tarver, of Washington; J.
D. Gldding*,of Brenham; William H. King, of Hous-
ton; S. Southwick,of Galveston; A. G. Compton,ol
Austin; or Capt. G. B. Brath, of Waco,
A. A. VAUGHN.
ATTORNBY AND COUNSBLLOR AT LAW,
apl3 Milam, Tixa*. wlyr
Rufo* F. Dunn Wm. H.Martin.
DUNN 4b MARTIN,
Attorets amd Counsellors at Law,
NI. D. HERRING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Waoo, McLennan Cobmty, Trial
" vwj uauuajulAg UUUM11 f A SAAB*
"ITT ILL practice in the counties of McLennan, Falla,
VV Limestone. Navarro.Hill. Brazos. Coryell, Bell,
iLr1 Special attention given to Collecting and Land
Limestone, Navarro, Hill, Brazo*,
Milam and Burleson; also in the Federal
Conrt. at Austin.
NatlMal Dafuerrean Gallery!
Cob. Camal am. St. Charles Streets, New Orleans,
(Entrance No. t St Charlas.)
;• lot. M aad 81—ug stain.
O. A. McGINNIS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
LaGmamsr, Fayette Codmtt, Texas.
OTRICT and prompt attention given to the Collecting
O Business, the purchase and sale of Heal Estate, and
ONE HUNDRKB& FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
WORTH OF BACHINERY now In store and ready
for delivery at the shortest notice, comprising eighty
Steam Engines with their Boiler* and chimniea.
Twenty-live SAW MILLS, lnelndlng Single and
Double Circular Saw Mill*, with both iron and wooden
Frames, or Norcrosa & Steam's Patents.
Fifty Stranb's Iron Frame Corn and Flour Mills.
Twenty-four Newell* Cotton Screws, of 6,8,9 and
11 inches diameter, by 18 feet long.
One thousand feet Turned and Polished Wrought Iron
Shafting, with corresponding pillow*, blocks, hinges,
couplings and pullies, from 12 to GO inches in diameter
and 18 Inch face.
Ten Doctor Engines ot different *lzes.
Six Steam Batteries, with tanks, pipes, cocks, etc.
Circular Saws, ot all sizes, from 48 to 73 inches in
Six Draining Machines of different sizes.
For sale on the most favorable terms.
S. H. GILMAN,
janS5w3m 70 Gravier street New Orleans.
wove and laid.
Also—A large variety of plain aad lhaey Not. Papers
and Envelopes; Copying and Seal ft «asi ; Gold Pens,
with gold and ailver cams; Stael P*ns, in all vari.tiMi
Envelopes of all sizes and qualities Envelope and Blot-
tt Toother with th. largest stock of BLANK BOOKS to
b. found in th. Sonth.ru country, all mad. ef th. best
English and Amarinan pap.r, ruiad to all ib. vari
torus in us, aad bound ia .very varitty of sty!
sets or single Book. faraishMl at the sho
notice. -rr— "
Onr PRINTING OFF1CB aad BINDERY are oa the
remises, and nnder onr immediate supervision; and be
ig supplied with the beat stock and material to be ob
tained, we are prepared to do all descriptions of work a
short notice, at low prioes, and in a satisfactory manner
Persona in want of anything in oar line of business
respectfully Invited to give us a call before pu re has
elsewhere. No. M Camp street and Í Bank Place
The Diamond Bair Cnttinff and
NE W ORLEANS,
Ha* been removed to No. 90 Common Street,
uooiuciBtutu a viral vv «reí uaui. **aiui, vwiu.
Shower, Douce, Sulphur, Salt, Mustard and Perfumed
Batha, in clear water.
As usual In the Tonsorial department tbe best artiit
are employed. aep]4
I. S. llOLUEIt dc CO.,
No. 104 Magazine St., and Sd Red Store Third Dl*tr'"t.
DBALERS in Lime, Uom*n and American Cement,
Plastering Hair, Plaster—English and American,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay, Sand, Marble Dust,
Tar, Pitch and Rosin, and
Soda A«li and. Palm Oil.
Sole Aeiara roa the Salr or
NEWARK AND ROSENDALE CEMENT,.
ano "" laugl<-w-ly
McMurry f Co.'s Baltimore Hermetically Sealed Fruits,
TAYLOR, KKAPPt CO.
(Successor* to Taylor dc Hadden.)
Wholesale amd Retail
416 Camal Ttrxet, New Orleams.
TAYLOR, HÜÜBELL k CO.
83 Chamrrrs Strert, New Yore.
Lee & leavitt's patent* circular
SAW MILLS, with Norcross' Rocker Boxes, and
Steam'* Patent Eccentric Head Block.
This Mill is fully one-third stronger both in iron and
wood work, and is much superior to thdhas given bet-
ter satisfaction, than any Circular MUI heretofore in use.
Norcross'Patent consists in suspending the saw aoje
that it can have a lateral vibration, and when throwing-1
out of line, will recover itself by the action of thejf
driving belt and the arrangement of the part* by which:.*
it is sustained; while at the same time the arbour has I '.
no lateral play In Its boxes, and 1* made to fit close I ®"
with the Bhoulders, to prevent the oil from getting ont
while in operation—a matter of great importance when
the motion ia rapid, as In Clrcnlar Saw Mills.
Steam's Patent consists in enabling one man to
move the log on the ways with ease and with accuracy,
thereby saving one man's wages, and making better
work than MiUs with the usual screw head blocks.
Twenty-five of these Mills now in store: . í
lüvwfct liUkere milis, «Mi rVJ/ uaWs, Rud'
ment of the "Young America" iron frai
sale by S. H.
Jan25w3m 70 Gravler street, nt
82 Customhouse street, near Boval street. New Orleans,
T710R THB CUBE OF OLD CHRONIC, MERCURIAL,
X\ SYPHILITIC AND ALL PRIVATE DISE ABES, with-
out Mercury, hindran.e from business, or other exposure
to friends, and a cure guarantied in all cases.
The unparalleled success which haaattended Dr. J AMIS'
practice in all parts of the United Statesand Eupope—th.
m*ny remarkable cures he has effected, which were pro-
nounced incurable bv the most eminent phyaiclans,justi-
fle services to the confidence ofthe
un owing are some of the diseases
ter of which, in connection with
ies, Dr. James permanently erari-
primary, secondary and Urtiary,
harges, Gleet, Gonnorrhcaa,Noc-
dieal Afflictions of females, how-
^-(Tti'be, Diseases of the Back andf
ibe"'Bladder and Kidneys, Rh.u-j
gTRAUB'S PATENT CORN ASD
so favorably known throughout/."LOU
a* exclusively poBsejsing i
■Hfc^elDt flrmly teC'lH S
8d.- Using only the best Frenen /
3d. Running the lower stone, whi
spindle, ean never come in contact with
be injured by running empty.
4th. Having no bush to get loose.
6th. Having no driver and rind, to m
6th. Having Its spindle In one piece ft
to hopper bearer.
O" Some of the Mills have run Nine Years Without
Having the Stones Dressed.
IS, S3,36 and 30-inch Double and Single Gear now In
store andfor sale by S. H. GILMAN,
jan8w3m 70 Gravier street, New Orleans.
VICTORIOUS OVER PAIN.
BIÜÜO MTU! LINIMENT.
j Agony or case !—Sickness or
health !—Lile or death ! These
are the question?? involved iu the
adoption or rejection of this 6])e-
citic by the martyrs ti>-.external
diseases and injuries, /laving; re-
ceived the indorsement of the dis-
tinguished *avan, the late Dr.
KANE, and its efficacy tested dur-
ing two awful Winters in the re-
iri'Ki-s of eternal ice, it is now com-
ing .uso general use in every sec-
tion of the civil raced globe, and its
_ marvelous cures'are everywhere
THE AFFLICTED REJOICE.
HUNDREDS and THOUSANDS
have tested its virtues, and are
rejoicing in freedom from long
lingering PAIN and DISEASE,
which other remedies had foiled
to cure. Have you tlie BRON-
CHITIS, NEURALGIA, RHEC-
MATISM. SCKOFCI.A, EAR-
ACHE or TOOTH-ACHE—Are you
afflicted with OLD SORH¿-tiuf-
fering from BRCISES, SI'RAIN'S.
CORNS, SORE EYES, PILES?
THE ARCTIC LINIMENT
jpll afford you instant
erybody is liable to
For these dreadful accidents tlie
ARCTIC LINIMENT should be
kept on hand, for it affords sure
and immediate relief, often sav-
ing from death. Every steam-
boat and railroad train should
keep it. Who that has heard the
shrieks of anguish uttered by the
scalded and maimed victims of
explosions and collisions, does not
feel that some means of relieving
their torture should always be
accessible ? Such does exist in this
balmy pain controlling agent. It is
THE MOTHERS' COMPANION.
It cures CAKES IN HIE
FREAST, SORE NIPPLES,
SORE LIPS, PIMPLES, &c. La-
dies who prize a pure skin,
void of pimples, blotches, scurf
and all discolorations and ex-
crescences, should attack
these trespassers on beauty's
domain as «oon as they appear
with the ARCTIC LINIMENT.
It is excellent for the Hair,
giving it a healthy, glossy ap-
pearance. It is
GOOD FOR MAN AND BEAST.
It is a sovereign remedy for
the various diseases with
which horses are afflicted, cur-
ing the most alarming eases of
BRL'ISES, SPRAINS, STRDÍG-
HALT, WOUND6, SCRATCH-
ES, SWEENY, SPAVIN, RING-
RONE, BIG-HEAD, POLL-
EVIL, &c. No farmer, livery
stable keeper, or any person
owning valuable HORSES,
should be without this valua
For sale by all respectable Druggists aad Dealers.
Prices of the Liniment, 25 cents, 50 cents and $1 a bot-
tle. A one-dollar bottle contains as much Liniment as
eight twenty-five-cent bottles.
ano no. U,
aped of «1.L
7, wrdi«l«. '—
in a,'/ taiaiD ,
Oils, 8pi m
.Parí .n^OfiBuUer,' Cheese'
Cfc-p. j*' 'TIKSEK,
ÍA'GMEDING & COMMISSION
Jiff, W^a^ntlon to the purchase or sale of
án ^^¡j|£hi/*celving and F^rwardln^ Goods
llconsignmenu of Cotton and Produce to my ad-
'">wl" b« covered by my Open Policies of Insur-
e, unless especially ordered to the contrary
'References .-—Messrs. Royall & Selkirk, Matagorda
Meaara. K. & D. G. Mills, Galveston; McDoweufMills
de Co., New Orleana; Woodruff & Co., New York
J. A. L U M dc CO.,
NEW ORLEANS CARRIAGE WAREHOUSE,
coaches, harness, r0ckaway8,
coach bbggie8, barouches, whips,
trimmings, wagons, dee., Varnish>c.
lor «ale low for cash orelty swsptsns . [oetlt-wly
hew sewing n a chicks.
NO. 7. E. L. NIMMO, no. 7,
No. 7 Camp Street—ri lit Ciral,
AGENT for all of the latest Improred styles; those
]u« received are Tery aimple, suited for all kinds of
work, the stitches will not rip or unrftTeh and
the same sUtch en both aides. These Machines are en
Urely auperstdlng Singer's " Cogg Wheels and ottec
high priced Machines. Price, only (60. 1 am alao
agent for other Machines from <40 to 9120. Needles
and other findings for sale.
SEWING MACHINES repaired.
Those in want of Steam Mills and Engines, th* New
Cylinder Cotton Gin or other Gins, Cotton Pickers.
Corn and Cob Mills, Kowe's Prize Crasher, which
mashes com in the shuck, Corn Huskers an d pickers
or any kind of NEW MACHINES : alao Carriages
Buggies, etc., will do well to call as above, be fore pur
chasing elsewhere. ap201y
THK SOOTHERS MUSICAL, DEPOT,
No. 91, Canal street, near Camp.
Proprietor, L. OABIC1,
(SCCC KSSOa TO H. B. HEWITT.'
THE largest stock of American and For-^
elgn Music in the South. All the latestl
publications constantly received.
A rejj large assortment ot Masie Rooks"
Piuo FoaTES ot all kinds trom the beat Amrican and
European Manufactories; also, Hhart, Ouirxaa, Yio-
Lia , f lutes, AoooasxoKs, Baa/oa, Tinoutms, brass
and all other instrumenta for military banda.
Music Teachers reoommended aad situations procured
for Professors of Music.
Pianos tuned, and all kinds of Musical Inatfiraenta re-
paired. Music arranged. /
A large BianiaT is attached, where all kinds of coWi
marcial and notarial and other BlanUftoks aré aotñí'
particular attention is paid to binding Music '"Pt
Tha undersigned, a Professor of Music and' Grand (V
,«■+.. i-.j.r i_ k n-¡ .. . aranu ur
Books and Muaic
Buslneaa, the purchase and
perfecting of Lana Tille , ele.
tract Vanilla, extract celery, ex
extract strawberry, etc., for sale by
Extract of lemon, ex-
extract of pipe apple,
Every purchaser of a dollar bottle of the ARCTIC LPT-
IMENT receives, at Dr. Bragg'8 expense, the UNITED
STATES JOURNAL, of New York, for one year. The
Journal is a large illustrated paper—each number con-
taining sixteen pages, beautifully printed on clear white
paper, and filled with original matter from the most bril-
liant writers of the country. Certificate of subscription
and full particulars of the novel and philanthropic en-
terprise, of which this offer forms a part, will accompany
An AGENT WANTED in EVERY TOWN and VILLAGE.
BRAGG dc BURRO YVES, St. Louis, Mo.
Nkw Yoke Office. No. 371 BROADWAY,
ommonications should always be addressed to St. Louis.
„ AgenUlnGalveston, *:D.Labadle, H.C.L. Aaehoff
G. A. Behraan, B.T. Pliant; and In Houston, Hay A
McGowan, W. H. Ellott; O. H. Poters, Richmond
J. A. Barry, CJaitaWe; B. H. Hubby *. Wlckes
Hempstead; D. MeáK, Glider A Preesly, Brenham
, ***** Antte MnhWit is warranted to Kill tbe
J*1 *, ud Prevent tbe Blow
r,T I IO= Buy the dollar bottle# far steck.
chestra Leader in New Orleans for the last twentv vearl
J? ^ able, with the extensive experience he hasia
thr.'P"t-n«* - "d the Urge facilities at his command*^
sattafy the taste and requirements, however varied of
^."Lm5r nfi *D Profe« "on*l rti«te of the South and
oct28-wly 91 Canal steeet.
LEIGHTOB * BARBOT, ~
Corner of St, Charles end Ctnal streets Jfem
PASHIONABLB CLOTHING AND nTBMBBl B
v. r,, '/f on h*1"! large assortment of ía.hToñV
able Clothing, guaranteed to be of the best work-;
GÍSdÍ'P" AUo- Gentlemen's Furnishing
L.elylitoia9ft Premium siiiru.
A full supply of these celebreted.shirts at all tim*b ««
hand, and of such a variety of sixes aad styles as will
enable as to fit ths most difficult and please t£e milt fJ.
tidious. Clothing and shirts mad. Carter íñ
rece'vng a splendid assortment of Pall and Winter Cloth^
l. smith.... w. b. coot**, j*..... j. allah mitch*l
N. Orleans. New York. 5. Orleans.
SMITH, COOPER 4 CO.,
£°" ÍÍ?ího".pltooU" rtreet New Orleans.
No. 122 Front street Tork
■ r r ' wa# w aa v, cfluc, vb&uul, vv tvo
WwiMS, Chain Cables Wrought Spikes, Painte, ]
Oil, «te., etc- * '
-wílB1?,l1Í!iari'.Phrt*i Dodf®* co.,M. York,Union
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