The Civilian and Gazette. Weekly. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 8, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 22, 1860 Page: 2 of 4
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FB1PAY, JUT 18,
[9* The brig A. Peter*, McFarlaad,
at New Torfc on the 9th instant, for Gal
tar The bMk J. W." Friend gniscbr.
pede, from Galveston, arrived at New York on
the 9th inst.
yg~ The U. S. Mail steamer " Island Cirr,'
Capt C. Blaieman, trrired this morning from
Houston, with 333 bales cotton, 88 juries wool,
41 beef cattle, ISO head sheep, 4 hones and the
Derrr, lady k boy. Hareonrt k lady, Allcorn
k lady, Williams k lady, Mrs Mnrry k child,
Sins A lady, Mrs Bogadale, Johnson. Bay"
Johnson, La coder. Camp, J A T Bonn #, An
Richardson, Drew, Thompson, Armstrong, Top.
Williams, Davis, Are herd, Talbott, Albey,
Bonnoo, Carr, Griffin, Wamack, Loais, Folk,
Fa#, McPhalr, Jenkins, Byal, Nash.
Te esll attention to the card of Messrs.
Maury A Wilder, who hare formed a copartner-
ship for the "purpose of transacting s general
We would also call attention to the ftct that
they are agents for Wilder* Celebrated Sala*
mandar Safe, for which orders will be taken
and filiad for any size at the shortest notice,
MP Capt. Bacon, of the Southern LiteralJ
Depot, has left with ns the following papers, for
which he has our thanks:
Qodey's Lady's Book and Bailo u's Dollar
Monthly Magazine for May, and Frank Leslie's
Illustrated Monthly Part for June, also The N.
York Weekly, Frank Leslie's Illustrated News-
paper, Fireman's Advocate, Spirit of the Times
and N. Y. Herald, all of very recent date, *nd
for sale at his store on Market afreet.
eottw, woollen, silk and hemp manufae
the reanlt is quita different. The productions
antiary labor In this State offer a healthy
««petition to those that are now in our market
from Northern roanufoctanrs, and as competí
lian is the life of trade, we therefore conclude
that very few persona residing in this quarter
offer any serious objection to the introduction
of machinery for mamtfocturing purposes. We
want machinen and machinists here to assist ill
the development ot the industrial resources of
•ur yuoag but promising State. Wtf 4o not
object, under present circumstances, to the use
of machinery in penitentiaries, for we hare
every reasoo to suppose that ultimately it will
be Man Oat Texas, but Galveston in particular,
aflbrds evary faeility for the investment of capi-
tal in manufactories. Below we give there-
of on* week fain the Huntsville Peniten-
tiary, Walker county, leaving the public to form
their own opinion aa to ttte Importance t>f the
Good* manufactured in the Tiesa* Penitentiary
i*t\*meet ending April, IflfO.
Dan. Pieces. Yanta. Yalue.
onday,S3 117 4j0&3 044551
natoy, 94 ...1S8 4.406 3 4*140
Wednesday, 25 ...1 4¿41.8 486 54
TWreday. * 193 4JK.1 «641
Friday, *7 IBS 4,831.3 SIS 75
Sslumr. 112 3,780.0 4937
(V We direct attention to the card of Messrs,
Biggo k Spaigbt, who bavs formed a copartner-
ship^ for the purpose of transacting a General
Commission and Cotton Factorage business,
Both of these gentlemen are from Alabama.
CoL Biggs, though a long time engaged in the
cotton business in Alabama, was more recently
Comptroler of Publlo Accounts, for which, we
underatand, be enjoys a wide reputation for bis
successful management of affairs. Mr. Spaight
is known personal ly and by character by a Urge
body of men, recruits from bis native State, as
lawyer. The transition from a good lawyer to
a good merchant, we should think not difficult,
Tu Facts ; or at Whose Door do is the
Sin L«?—The above forms the title of a new
book left on our table by Mr. F. D. Allen, lb
this little yolumn, many significant questions
ate asked and truthfully answered. The au-
thor proves that those who howl so hideously
against the sin of slavery are the ones who are
accountable for It, if there is any sin in it. We
make the following extract:
Queen Elizabeth was proud of the trade, for
she was an acoomplioe; so were all the Georges.
The diamonds in the royal crown were bought
with the proceeds arising from the sale of ne-
groes. When the United States were three
For the week......... 743 25,395:3 *9¿B840
versge per day, M35-Ipieces; 4£33.3Xyards
9471 40 value.
During the month, 3^51 piece ; 103,899.1 yards
$11,390 85 value.
Average for 98 wockbvdsys. 117 9-96 pieces; 3,603
M. O. ROGERS, F. Agent
that year 100,000. (In 1768, the annual export
was 104,000, but tbe year mentioned is as stated.)
From 1792 to 1807, 3,500,000 were torn from
Africa, and alLtbat did not die or perish were
landed in America by Englishmen.
w We understand, says the Telegraph,
that Judge P. W. Gray has sent up his resigna-
tion of the office of Judge of the 7th District, to
take effect at the elope of the present circuit.
While we regret this determination of his honor
and muoh doubt whether his place can be
worthily filled, we can but acquiesce in his de-
termination, well knowing that his practice will
be worth to him several times as much as bis
salary. Judge Gray has tbe entire oonfidenee
of the people. His opinions in questions of law
receive great weight everywhere. His admin-
istration has been popular, and he will retire
from tbe benohjwith the best wishes ol the
Monstcr Paoifip Railroad Courairr
The Philadelphia Bulletin, speaking' of the
charter recently given by the Maine Legisla-
ture to a Pacific Railroad'Company, with Josiah
Perbam at its head, says i.
The capital stock of the company is fixed at
one hundred millions of dollars. Fifty-one in-
dividuals, called commissioners, are appointed.
These commiaaianMta are scattered over the
several Statim, nHn authority to add to
their number not mora than two more for any
State or Territory not representad, so that the
TUTnir fifth r!" *""r '-rntir
is made a quorum, so that it is put in tbe power
Danvillb, Montqóuzkt Co., Texas,)
May 18th, 1860. i
Mesara. Kautvman A Klaenxb, J. C. Kobn, Laos
A AMORT, and others, Galveston
Gentlemen—1 received to-day your printed
circular, dated Galveston, April 38th, 1880, In
wbicb yon denounce the law passed by the last
Legislature for the regulation of publlo weighers:
and not only, not satisfied with this denuncia
tory proceeding, you assume to yourselves tbe
right to dictate to the country what shall.be tbe
law for the regulation of its highest and most
essential interests. Least silence might becan-
strued into acquiescence in tbe propriety of the
arrogant, defiant and dictatorial position in whfch
you have placed yourselves, I will very briefly
and emphatically, for myself,—and I think
may say for the producing classes gener*Hyj
enter my solemn protest against the repudiation
by you, of the legislative anthority of the coun-
try, and tbe very modest assumption of the ex-
ercise of it by ynnrselvpH What right have
you or the Galveston Chamber of Commerce,
after by a By-law requiring " CotUyr, to be in
good flipping order ami Of cudomiry shape
and parting shall be weighed with an eren
beam," to make, in opposition -to a positive law.
an arbitrary deduction of one per cent there-
from. The weigher has the right, and it is
made bis duty by the law, to determine the con-
dition of the cotton weighed by him, and the de-
duction, if any, to l e made in consideration of
its not being in proper condition. As' #,-<11 then,
and infinitely more just, would it be, that a
tribute of one per cent of the capital employed
by you, in speculation in the productions of our
labor, should be paid to the advancement of the
general interests of tbe country, and to the en-
forcement of a faithful administration of its
lawt, than that any part of the honest earnings
of our citizens should be sacrificed to the cu-
pidity of a speculative desire. You refer, in
your whereas, for authority for y&ur.pntnotic
resolves, to the customs and usages of Nt>w Or-
leans and Mobile. Time, nor place, nor usage
«an sanctify wrong, nor iavest any claim, as*
aerted in virtue thereof, in opposition to positive
law, with any of the attributes of justice or
equity; and more especially is this true when
the authority invoked is to be found in the cus-
toms and usages of distant commercial marts-
notorious and proverbial for their dishonest and
nefarious practices upon the producing classes,
perpetrated under the sanction of commercial
regulations, for which are claimed the dignity
and authority of law. It is to avoid these gross
impositions that the planters and merchants of
the interior are seeking other markets for their
cotton—up tbe rivers, across and through the
rnJeTfUmsefves oAhe system of spoilage, not
jp Asia, from Liv-
> Qneeustown the
bis morning. The
" t following par-
l Yon Bruck, one
t eminent of tbe Austrian statesmen.
In the evening of tbe 20th inst., Baron Yon
Bruck wu heard as a witness in the process
relativa to tbe frauds of the lata Gen. Eynatten,
of tbe Austrian Commissariat Department, who
hung himself after he bad been arrested in con-
sequence of the detection of bis peculations and
frauds during tbe war in Italy. Baron Brack's
examination gave rise to further inquiries, which
would probably have led to his complicity with
other witnesses and accused parties.
Under these circumstances, the Emperor is-
■ed an autograph latter on the 22d instant, in
which IBs Majesty said : "I temporarily re-
move you from effice, according to your request,
and pmrisionally transfer tbe charge of tbe
Ministry of Finance to tbe Councillor of State,
Tbe imperial letter was delivered-to tbe guilty
inigter on Snnday evening last, and on Mon-
day morning Baron Brack was found bleeding
to death in Ins bed. He had partly cut his
throat, and had severed the arteries of his wrists,
and Ms death appes ts to have been caused by
the consequent hemorrhage, though it seems to
be suspected that he had likewise taken poison
The Expedition to Cklafb
The Hong Kdng correspondent of the London
Times announces the arrival, on the 13th of
March, of Sir Hope Grant and staff, from Cal-
eutta, and says:
Preparations go on steadily for the Northern
expedition. From Pekin we have merely ru-
mors confirming tbe belief that a determined
will be ñtadé to' the allied forces,
are being collected from the
ces, and ti rebels, taking advantage of
•, are spreading themselves in all
tey have penetrated the silk dis-
triota, and Hangchew, an important city at the
southern entrance of the Grand Canal, is men-
aced by them. Even at Soochow great bars
are entertained, and should it be taken, the trade
of Shanghai would be entirely destroyed. Near
'Canton, alao. large bodies of marauders have
possessed themselves of the transit routes to
the central provinces.
The monetary Fraud in London.
SATIIBDAT* BAT 19 I860
Swan, Capt. T. Peacock,
The nüT building and machinery for
the Artesian well, saya the Austin Intelligencer,
are now nearly completed. Boring will be re-
sumed next week. It is intended to prosecute
tlie work vigorously for the neat two
Tbe new machinery
foot per day.
The all absorbing topic on the London Stock
Exchange was the fraud on the Union Bank, by
the bite cashier:
A subordinate cashier, named Edward J. Lyt-
tleton, had also been arrested, a deficiency of
£1,240 having been discovered in his accounts,
He attributed the deficiency to Pullinger.
Humors of other discoveries of a serious na-
ture had also been current, but they were pro-
nounced without a. shadow of foundation- The
forged pass-book, by which the great fraud was
effected, is not in Pullinger's writing, and every
effbrt was being made to detect the person who
assisted him on that point.
It is asserted that tbe misappropriations, by
Pullinger extended over the entire five years
during which he was chief cashier. There is
Httle doubt that the greater part of tbe money
must have gone in stock exchange speculations,
although a number of other channels are re-
ported. The Stock Exchange Committee had
commenced an inquiry into the affair, as it affec-
ted the members of the Exchange. Two or three
of the brokers who transacted bussiness with
. Jlinger.had surrendered securities and also
money, tbe proceeds of stocks and shares sold,
which were considered the property of Pullin-
miscellaneous European News
The sad news was telegraphed to the Asia,
at Queenatown, that the Liverpool Sailors' Home
was burned on the night of the 28th, and that
30 lives were lost.
The following is Tom Sayers'a certificate from
the Surgeons of St. Thomas'3 Hospital, Lon-
"Having exanined Mr. T. Sayers this day, we
are of opinion, from the contused state of the
muscles, tendons and inner bones of the right
fore arm, that he will be unable to use that arm
for two months or probably more."
Tbe London Times publishes a letter from
Sebastopol, stating that the English graves
there had been violated, and that the remains
of Commodore'Hammet were entirely exhumed
and lie bleaching in the sun.
On the 26th the reform bill was debated at
length in the House of Commons—Lord John
Russell being the principal speaker. No action
was taken, and the debate was further adjourn
ed till the 30th ult.
M. Thiers is on a visit to the field of battle of
Waterloo, to prepare materials for the 18th vol-
ume of his history, which will comprise the
. _ ...
John Wise on Ballooning-.
Mr. John Wise, -rEronaut, of Lancaster, Pa.,
spoke on ballooning, in tbe Jiall of tbe Palace
Garden, N. Y., before an audience of nearly one
hundred persons, among whom was Mr. í1. S
Carlincourt Lowe, tbe author of the great gas-
ship, knowu as the City of New York. Mr.
Wise's lecture was a paper prepared some eight
of tour of the Commissioners, a'majorityol
a qnorem, to control the whole t
Thirteen of them have already el
Item President. T®
These commission* control tbe affairs of the
company, and the subscribers to the stock have
no vote until 20,000 shares are subscribed. But
the subscribers are made individually liable for
the debts of tin concern, to the foil amount of
the stock held by each of them. There are
various other queer pwvislons in the charter,
showing that the whole affair is nothing but a
stupendous speculation,Spending for its success
upon tbe ext erna gullibility of the public who
are expected to take the stock.
Houston Cotton Statement.
Stock on hand Sept. l, "¿9 1770 ialss
Received past week.. . 2473
Received previously ... 102933-105405
Shipped paatweek 2401 •
Shipped previously 1.. 96163—98564
Stock on band May 16, 1860 8614
CORRCSrOMSINS dam last year.
Amount on hand Sept. 1,"*58 462bai.es
Received to May 11,1859.. 84365
Rec'd from May 11 to 18 2366- 86731
Shipped to May 11, '59
Ship d trom May 11 to 18
Stock on hand May 16, *59 6893
Increase in receipts to correspond-
ing date 18674
increase in receipts to correspond-
ing week .' 163
Increase of .itock on hand, etc ... 1711
Sfxcial Newspaper T«un Socih
New York Herald of the 9th says;
To-day, tbe same arrangement by which the
metropolitan newspapers are delivered North
by a special express train in advance of tbe
mail, will be carried into operation in connection
with Philadelphia and all parts of the South on
the line of the railroads. The papers will be
delivered to the dealers at Norfolk at three
cents, and at Mobile and New Orleans at three
and a quarter, thus enabling the dealer to retail
them at those remote points at a price which
is not to exceed six cents. The time occupied
in. tba transmission of newspapers from New
Vork to New Orleans will not at the ortside be
more than eighiv-six hours, and a corresponding
time for less distances. As soon as the New
Jersey and Camden and Amboy railroads make
up their differences, and fall into the scheme, a
further economy of several hours will be
effected. The inhabitants will then receive
the New York morning papers at their breakfast
table, whilst in Washington instead of getting
them at seven in the erening, will receive
hem at two.
How the Slave Trade ts Encocraod.
The proceedings in the United States Circuit
Court on Saturday, and published in the Son of
yesterday, throw some light upon the manner in
which parties engaged in the African Slave
Trade can, in defiance of our laws, fit out their
vessels in this port, and dispatch them upon
their nefsrious mission. The " Storm King "
may not be aslaver.but she was suspected, and
it was the duty of the officers charged with the
maintenance of the law to secure her detention
until an investigation had established her true
It is a notorious fact, that slavers are fitted
eut at this port, and we hare heard the ftate-
mant made by parties professing to be well-in-
formed, that not a month passes, in which one
or more vessels do not sail for the coast of Africa
to procure slave cargoes. We think that in view
of tbe recent developments, President Buchadan
should inquire how the business of the United
States Marshal's office, in this district, has been
conducted. When Federal officers abandon
their posts, and leave untrustworthy persons to
attend to their duties, they ought to be called to
It cannot be a pleasing incident to Marshal
Rynders to find on his return from his Charles-
tou adventures, that two of hia deputies—one
of them his own brother—have been dismissed
for gross misconduct But the disgrace of the
transaction is not confined to tbem. It foils
also upon the country, and the Government
should take steps to prevent its recurrence.
The New York journals have just inaugu-
rated a scheme for the transmission of their pa-
pers south by express, on the plan lately adopted
along the line of tbe Hudson River Railroad.
It is said that tbe time occupied in tbe trans-
mission of newspapers from. New York to New
Orleans will not at the ontaide be more than
eighty-six hours. Should the system prove a
success it will reduce very materially the labor
and expenditure of the Postoffice Department,
A teliow calling himself Wm. Louis Aetor,
and renresenting himself as tbe only cousin ia
A merca of Wm. B. Astor, has been amatad in
iowa for attempting some swindling transac-
tions in tbe confidence. He bad flourished at
Huntsville, Ala., and other places.
A drummer is tbe fastest man ¡a the world,
because time beats all men, but t|e drummer
beats time. *
only tolerated but sanctioned and sustained by
the commercial regulations—tbe edicts of the
Chambers of Commerce of the places referred
to as anthority for resistance to our law.
As a permanent tax-paying' ootton, grower of
our interesting State, I feel an abiding interest
in its foture, and in the increasing prosperity
and growth of our commercial cities, and I sin-
cerely hope thst those of their inhabitants who
are interested in the maintenance of their fair
fome will not be led astray by sinister councils,
As mere sojourners, _with R view to speculation
and gain, or as citizens, and patriots, each and
every one should yield a teady obedience to tbe
laws of the land, albeit their-operation may tend
to restrain the rapacity of an nnrlghteons sel-
My reply has been extended beyond the limit
prescribed when I commenced it, and I will now
conclude by subscribing myself,-
Your ob'dt serv't,
J. M. LEWIS.
[Prom tbe Washington Constitution.
Southern Direct trade with Europe
The following letter, which we are permitted
to place for the first time before the public, will
prove very interesting to our Southern readers.
The Bank called Sacíete Generóle is an insti-
tution of great wealth, and we may be able
hereafter to give some specific information as
to the amount of its capital, and the nature and
extent of its operations :
. .3ocíete Generals, Skceetart's Office i
fl. „ Brussels, Sept. 14,1869. \
Mr—iTbe Board of Direction duly received
your letters on the 3d and 12th of this month,
and has the honor to inform you that tbe prin-
ciple of a direct cotton trade between the Sooth-
era States of the America# Union and Belgium
(the plan of which was submitted to yonfor the
consideration of the Bank) has been adopted
and hastens to transmit to you the annexed ex-
tract from the resolution to that effect.
There is no longer any objection, ir, to our
giving information, as yon desire, of tnis enter-
prise to the American planters, giving them to
understand that the SocitU Generate has con-
sented to patronize this trade ia order to secure
its honor and good faith.
Aci ipt, sir, tbe assurances of our high con
sideration, For the Governer—
„ n.DRUGMAN, Director.
iT The Secretary— •
m „ _ M"Y DOFFEGNIES.
To C. G. Baylor, Brussels.
The governor of this Bank is appointed by
the King. The following letter possesses, there-
fore, a connection with the important action sjt
forth in. the foregoing. The note from thr Kitrr
bears a date subsequent to the. letter from the
H „ „ Palace, Feb. 12t
&r-Hjs majesty tbe King having known by
his royal highnesf the Dake oP Brabant that
von were in town, baa directed me to let you
know that he would be glad to see yon to-mor-
mw, at half-past twelve o'clock, at the Palace
of Brussels. '
1 avail myself of tbe circumstance to offer
yoit the assurance of my high con
His Majesty's Secretary.
To Mr. C. G. BatloOBiWIs *"
From these combined influences, and through
the co-operation of the Belgian Government, a
powerful company has been formed, regularly
incorporated, and chartered with a preliminary
capital often millions francs. Tbe company is
called tbe "Belgian Direct Trading Company,'
and is created with the special object of devel-
oping direct oommarcial relations between the
Southern States of America and Central Eu-
rope. Tba Belgian minister Mr. Biondeel, is
now on a tour through the eatton States, taking
information In regard to the feeling of the plant-
ers. It ia a simple act of justice, fairly due to
Mr. Bey lor, to publish the following letter,
which alao relates to the subject we hive noticed
heretofore in this paper:
Brussels, Sept. 15,1859.
iff Dear ¿jit—I am happy to Inform von that
I have succeeded in finding a financial combi-
nation applicable to raining a capital to form a
directJradiag company, and that my plan was
usaaimoualy accepted hi principle by the Com-
mittee, ia ita sittings of this day. I owe s great
deal of that success to our mutual friend Mr.
Beeqhat. I am charged with carrying out this
plan by pnpariag the átateles of the new com-
pany, and which I am to snomit to a special
commission. I congratúlate you npon this re-
salt. To yon it ia that this whole movement is
doe to Belgium, end I sincerely hope that all
tbe parties interested in it will do von the ¡us
tiee yon desire. * *
To C. G. Baylor, Brussels.
ider-naeren ia the President of
the Iatarnatiooal i>*ee Trade Association;
which Mr. CpMm W a member. He ts now
is a member, tea is now tin
of the Belgian Direot Trad
SCompany, and which embrecea most of the
ing manufacturers, merchants aadcr "
in central Europe. Belgium is tbe
land of tbe continent, and possesses,
tbe Cologne and Antwerp Railway, a co—_
•— — —— **• **■ pi vrarmtoy iqq tos
years ago for the purpose of prevailing on the
Smithsonian Institute, or Congress, to grant
him aid in the prosecution of bis aerial enter-
prises. He dwelt upon tbe fact, that increasing
The Black BepaMlcaa Chlcag*
NATIONAL CONVENTION .
Chicago, May 16- The d*k„
. ' Republican Convention asseml
f, at 11 oclock, in the spacious
expressly for their conve*iienee.
mship Chus. Mor
armed tlua (
i'rleaas, with the f
and 5 children, R H
Shocking Cabcaxty.—We are pained to
learn, safs ^he Austin Intelligencer, thai Mrs.
Rankle, wife of Wm. Ruñkle, 'formerly a resi-
dent of this county, bat for the last two or three
years they have lived in Caldwell county, about
four miles from Lockhart, met with a horrible
death some three weeks since, by her clothes
taking fire. Mrs. Runkle was a lady highly
esteemed, by those who were so fortunate as to
iqake her aoquaintance, while residing in this
Ten or twelve monster steamboats, in
which ia locked up capital to tbe amount of not
leas than two millions of dollars, are now lying
idle at the docks of Chicago, Buffalo, and other
Memphis and El Paso Road.—" The pros-
pects of this road," says the Marshall Republi-
can, "are flattering.. Mr. Sutton, formerly of
this place, who is connected with the parties en-
gaged to lay down the iron, called on us on
Monday, on his way home from New Orleans.
He informed us that there were between sixteen
and seventeen hundred toas of iron at tbe mouth
of Red River, for the Memphis and El Paso
Company, awaiting shipment, and that tbe bal-
ance of the iron to etinip 25 miles of road, wee
shipped from Wheeling on the 2d inst. Capt.
Moore, George Albín, and others, have entered
into a contract to deliver it at Moore's Landing,
on Sulphur, as soon as it can be shipped. They
recently purchased the steamer Southern for
that purpose, and a few days ago bought the
Era No. 2, and two large barges."
From the Indian Country.—A band of wild
Indians cut (ff by the Reserves.—K letter has
ched Gov. Houston «ta express to Fort Ar-
buckle that upon tatelligenqe having reached
the Wichita Agency that a trail was discovered
leading down towards Texas, Mr. Blain the
int, ordered a party of Reserves in pursuit,
ly overtook, killed, and scalped tbe whole
. Tbe Reserve Indians are determined to efffer
all the proof in their power that they are not
id in tbe raids upon Texas, or the allies
of those who are.
The Indians were killed within twelve miles
of Fort Cobb.
There are many fresh trails making for Texas,
and great vigilance is recommended- Mr Blain
promises to render all the assistance he can in
It is estimat&l by good judges that at least I Three Days Later fro* Earape.
ten thousand g|>ectators were present. I
The galleries, which had been reserved for j _ _ _ IXIlOrA.
H« sit Jaaa Island Diflealty.
Improvement in Cotton Market.
Wilmot, of Pennsylvania, as temporary chair
ization of tbe convention
and. Mr. Wilmot
Halifax, May 16.—The .Cunard steamship
'td : Messrs. Fred". 1 Europa, Capt. Lelteh, has arrived at this port.
Hasaaoraek, of Obior Tbeo. Pomerov, of New She left Liverpool on Saturday,the «hinst..
The following'temporary secretaries
then nominated and elected: "
York ; Heñry S. Blow, of Missouri.
.and touched at Queenatown on Sunday, the16th
Prayer was then made by the Rev. Mr. Hum- Inst., bringing three daya later intelligmee than
phreys, of Illinois. was received by the steamship Canadian at
A committee consisting of one delegate from Quebeo. „ T„t
each State was then appointed to report to the I The steamship Edinburg, from New York,
convention such officers as were required to ita I arrived out on the 5th mat.
permanent organzation. Liverpool Cotton Mar lee t
As the names of each Southern Sute or Ter-1 tryrayoOL, May 5,—The sales of cottna du-
ritory represented on the floor of tbe convention riog the week amounted to 72,000 bales, of
was canedjoud cheers were given for the wbicb speculators took 4500 and exporters 11-
vi 9 « um°n and Constitution. | qqo, The market generally closed firm and
On calling the name of the delegates from 1 ,(tnnniotinnq
States not represented, viz: Alabama, Missis- 3^ circulars report a partial advance of %
-ppiand South Carolina, they were received on inferior qualities.
tuyea groans. The sales on Friday amounted to 10.000 bates;
The Committee on Credentials and Order of I the dosing firm at the following quota-
Business was appointed by the Chair. tions of the brokers' circular: Fair Orteana 7«;
The rules which govern the H use of Repre- Plir Mobile 7K; Fair Uplands 7y,; Middling
sentativea were adopted for the temporary gov- Orleans 65á : Middling Mobile 6 3-16: Middling
ernment of the convention. I UnUmiU 6VÍ
Hon; J. R. Gliding , of Ohio, upon entering 8to^'of cotton at Liverpool amounts to
the hall, was recei\%d with loud cheers. 11,018,500 bales, of which 818,000 are of Ameri-
N.YORK 1HWT OFFICE FKAC S. |C&n M„ney
«menta Forthcom-1 London, May 5—The funds maintain a rfteady
New York, May HI.—The Washington cor- Consola for money and account closed at 9*X
respondent of tba Herald says that President @95 . ,
Buchanan has always distruated Fowler, and | The amount of bullion in the Bank of England
entertained many doubts as to fitness for the I has increased £95,000 during tbe week.
place in the New York Post Office. Tlae San Juan Affair.
The excitement eaused by the developments jchn Russell in reply to inqpiry in tbe
continues unabated. House of Commons, stated that the proposition
The investigation is rapidly progressing, made by the British Government for settle-
and prpmises to develop many additional frauds, I ment of the San Juan difficulty, bad been re-
mtpneating several well known employes of the 1^^ by the Government
A deficit of $2000 haa been discovered in tbe I 1 '
accounts of the ate^clerjt, |s expected that I EttroPtaR Political I>t6llig£>Ce
Tect confidence to
■rally of the United
\ tow facts upon
thi- poim will speak more powerfully iban
Yol11n.es ot bare assertion or bl-izoning puffery.
The consumption of Hosteller s Stomach Bit-
ters for the la« year amounted to ove - a half-
million bottles, and from its manifest ateady
inciense in times past, it is evident that during
the i-oming year the consumption will reach
n-ai one million botile?- This immense amount
could never have been sold hill for the rare
medicinal proper! ie.* contained in tbe prepara-
tion, and the sanction Of ihf most prominent
physicians in those section? of the country
where tlie article is best known, who not only
recommend the liiiters to their patient#, Wt
are ready" at fell times to give testimonials to ita
efficacy in all cases of stomachic derangements
and the diseases resulting therefrom.
• This Is not a tetaporary popularity, obtained
by extraordinary ¿Sorts in the way of trum--
peting the qualities of tbe Bitters, but tWN
estimation of an invaluable medicine, wbicb is
destined to be as enduring as time itself.
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters have pro
a Godsend to regions where fever and woe
and various other bilious complaint s hive
counted their victims By hundreds. To be
able to state confidently tnat the '
H1IV1DK I. 11*11 * CO.,
o TS Ais D SHOES
1 OR TEXAS TRASS,
No. v l Yuri. Row, apposite the Aetor Bub ,
Cleaning Ic Whltaala| tlie "Feetta.
TU8T received a lanre contigMBent, wbkbaoaUsaas
J tnfillprnapUyallorclerffTonaevafry JfiwAtfali
this will turn ,
The whearebouts of Fowler have not been as-
certained. It ia supposed by some that Marshal
Rynders connived at bis escaped.
Forgeriea on the Penaion Office.
MAH.S OF THE STEAMSHIP ECBOPA.
Movement or Ranubbs.—Captains Ford and
Littleton's Ranging companies passed through
tbis county the present week on their way to
Goliad, to await further orders from the Gov-
ernor—most likely to be disbanded. Lieut. Mat
Nolan, of Ford's company, stopped two days at
his home in this city. It was reliably reported
when he left Brownsville, that Cortina was con-
centrating his forces at La Mesa, on the Mex-
ican side of the Rio Grande, and the day after
the Rangers left, they received news by some
of the men that remained a day behind and had
overtaken them, that a marauding band of Cor-
tina's men crossed to this* side the river, and
after killing one Mexican citizen, and wounding
another, retreated back. The prospects are that
the Regulars will have a busy time of it in
keeping armed bands of Mexicans on thefr own
soil. Cannot a stop.be put to such high-handed
Death op an -Sbonaitt.—A New York dis-
patch of the 11th gives the following:
Mr?Conner was advertised to make a second
balloon asoension yesterday from the Palace
Garden. Despite the violent gusts of -find
which now and then sprung up, and the remon-
strance of his friends, he persisted in attempt-
ing the ascension; but no sooner had the bal-
loon left the ground than it was dashed with
great force against the Concert Salooi. which
foces the garden. The basket caught for a mo-
ment under the projecting eaves of thebnilding,
then was hurled against a skv-light With great
force. The balloon instantly collapsed.; Mr.
Conner was found on the reof of the building,
and the physicians, who were immediately sum-
moned, ascertained that his injuries were prin-
cipally internal. During the evening he re-
mained insensible, and expired at 11 o'clock, v-
m. His wife witnessed the casualty, and womd
probably have shared her husband's fate, had
the ascension power of the balloon been found
sufficient to carry up two persons, as it w« her
intention to attempt a voyage. ■ .
Freak TronMea In Sicily
fld* ^0R« tííí«?balRySdfr*Ifrwh^totAlMMSíd'lTOken out'!S^}fcUy?n'Í?U
and deputies this mormngarrestej Messrs. Selda I th¿t an almost universal disquietude
Brainard and Joseph C. Lawrence, for sundry ils throughout tbe island.
fowteries on the Pension Office. r
ft is supposed by>tiK>se having some know- m «enera Anmeatr m spam
ledge of the affair, that their forged soldiers' and Telegraphic dispatches from Madrid aay that
sailors' land warrant will reach the sum 0f the Queen has granted a general amnesty to all
$600,000. those who particiMted in the late insurrection-
Commissioner Betts held each of the parties to I ary movement in favor of Count Montemolin.
bail in the sum of fSOOO. | . Affaira of Northern Italy.
The King of Sardinia continued his tour
Import... fro Washington.
New Torfc Poet Office Defalcation, where be was presented with 6,000,000 francs,
Washington, May 16—It is believed that the I it being a voluntary contribution from the peo-
late Postmaster General Brown was aware of I pie of that province.
some derangement'in Postmaster Fowler's ac-1 Numerous arrests continuad to be made
counts. * I Messina.
The charge that the defalcation occurred un-| Naples was represented as being more tran-
der the Pierce administration is false. I quil, there being large
- There is evidently a desire to conceal tbe pro-1 troops in the city.
per information respecting this glaring fraud I Garibaldi has determined not to go to Sicily,
from the public. I Count Cavour Having dissuaded him from his
The Covodo investigating committee will in-1 original purpose.
stitute foil and rigid inquiry into the affair. I Slacotttent in Italy.
Continued discontent prevailed in Hu^,.
The Governor General had given great o&nce
mnntht ™ *ir Ithe Hungarians by the arrogance of hia conree,
^mhoasefivc^nths.attherate of $1200per It ^ ,J Gen. KUpka is in full cor-
a, but he could not say that he performed napondenee with all parties inHungary.
ibes of that office for one week during tbe ° " /
5 1 Indemnity from the Sultan
a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like
diseases, is to the proprietors a source of un-
alloyed pleasure. It removes all morbid maUer
from the stomach, purifies tbe blood, and
imparts renewed vitality to tbe nenrous system,
riving it that tone and ene
! br the restoration of health. It operates npon
the stomach, liver, and other digeilive organs,
mildly but powerfully, and soon restores tbem
to acondition essential to the healthy discharge
of the functions of nature.
Elderly persons may use tbe Bitters daily as
per directions on the bottle, and they will tad
u it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort
declining years, as if "is pleasant to the palate,
invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic,
and rejuvenating generally. We have the evi-
dence of thousands of aged men and women
wholiave experienced th'e benillt of using this
preparation while suffering from stomach de-
rangements and general debility; acting under
the advice of physicians, they have abandoned
all deleterious drugs and fairly tested the
merits of this article. A few worfs to the
Stler sex. There are certain periods when
it care are so harassing that many of them
.:-ir under tbe trial. The relation, of mother
and child is so absorbingly tender, that the
mother, especially if she be young, is apt to
forget her own health in her extreme anxiety
for her infant. Should the period of maternity
annuin, but he could not say that he performed'!
the duties of that office for one week during
Calhotm Benham has been confirmed District
Attorney fir the State of California.
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
Washington, May 16—A resolution was
passed by the House' yesterday inviting the Ja-
panese Embissy to visit fhe Hall of the House
As the time of the Embassy's sojourn is short, 11*00
they wiU most probably accept the invitation I UUc. V lb.
to-day or to-morrow. I Flou
It is stated that England and France have
addressed an energetic note to the Sultan, de-
manding of him 400,000 francs indemnity for
tbe Jeddah massacre.
New York markets
New York, May 16—The cotton market closed
steady. Prices remain-unchanged. There we
bales of Middling Uplands sold to-day
Tn the Senate
.. . rge as the Great
Eastern, it could be made of iron plates. He
quoted from Mr. Green's experiments on the
great Eastern current, published 20 yeare ago,
proving its existence beyond all donbt. Mr.
Wise then explained the natural theory of the
winds according to the Ecolesiastes: " The
wind goeth towards the north and turneth about
towards the south; it whirleth continually, and
the wind returneth again according to its cir-
cuito." He illustrated tbis with a diagram.—
He had always found the great Eastern current
at an altitude of less tha 10,000 feet, except
last summer, when he ascended from Lafayette,
Ind., at which time he found it at- aa- elevation
of 12,000 feet. He thought it practicable to sail
round the world in a balloon. To cross the
ocean would require a balloon 80 to 100 feet in
diameter, to make which, 3,500 yards of silk
would be needed. This, half filled with hydro-
gen gas, would raise 16,000 pounds, or eight
tons. To go round the world would require a
balloon 150 feet in diameter, made of 14,000
yards of silk, and capable of lifting 135,000
pounds. With this, a seaworthy sloop could be
carried, to be used on an emergency. The
smaller balloon would carry a life-boat with
several persons and all necessary apparatus.
Mr. Wise explained the operation of the drag-
rope. He noticed the remarkable fact that in a
balloon there wis nothing of the sensation of
vertigo or giddiness. The question of circum-
seronauting the globe was merely a question of
time. Mr. Wise alluded to the use of the bal-
loon at the battle of Fleerus, and last year at
the battle of Solfernio. He had found the great
Eastern current flowing at rates from 50 to 100
miles per hour. At an elevation of three miles,
a velocity of 100 miles per hour could always
be attained, which would require only 30 hours
to cross the oceau, or 12 days to circum-aero-
naut tbe globe. Traveling about by means of
looal current he thought much more pleasant
than driving a fast horse. Mr. Wise concluded
by dwelling upon the importance of ballooning
in a therapeutial point of view, as a means of
offense in war, and aa furnishing a point of ob-
servation for military and road surveys. He
regretted that ballooning bad folien into such
disrepute that it was hardly possible to get a
good audience to witness a balloon ascension.
Modentnq Customs.—A French writer gives
a summary of the different observances among
mankind relative to mourning aq£ funeral cere-
monies, which we think will interest our read-
ers. All the world, says he, are acquainted with
the grandeur of the Roman obsequies and fo-
neral games. The Greeks also buftit the corpses
jof the distinguished men with funeral feasts and
lamentations of hired weepers, though they
irally displayed a less sumptuous grief and
jr regulated piety. The Persians bu-
ried the bodies of tbe dead: Tbe I
them; the Indians enveloped them
tion sake, in a sort of locker; the ,
lalmed and dried them, exhibited them on
the festal days, placed tbem at the tables
among their guest, guard tbem as their most
precious jxw sessions, and loaned and borrowed
money on fhesr- strange pledges. In our timé,
the custom of dancing at funerals is only prac-
ticed in India, and among savage nations; but
fosera] entertainments still prevail in many
European óonntries. Among others, the ceremo-
ny of interment is solemn and silent, which
nevertheless does not interfere with the wish that
all'may be forgotten as speedily as possible.
We observe more ostentations rites for persons
of consequence. Their carriages follow them to
the graves and sometimes their horses par-
aded, nhich having been made to fast, seAn
to partake of the afflictions of the occa-
sion.—Tbe Orientals, from whom we borrow
Ids customs, went further, they made tbe horses
in the fornerat proocession weep by blowing a
particular kind of powder up their nostrils.
In Italy, the mourning was formerly white
for women, and brown for men. In China it is
white—in Ethiopia gray. Each of these col-
ore had originally, its mystical signification.
White is the emblem of purity; cellestialblue
Indicates the spaco where the soul ranges after
death ¡yellow or the tinge of dead leaves, ex-
hibits death as the end of all human hopes, and
man falling like the leaf of autumn; gray re-
present the color of the earth, onr common
mother; and, the funeral costume now adopted
throughout Europe and America, is an illusion
to tbe eternal light.
In England the sovereign never wears black:
he is clothed in dark pnrple as mourning. Tili
the reign of Chares YllL, white was the funeral
garfa of France. The Emperor Leopold, who
died in 1704, used to sufifer bis beard to grow in
disorder during the whole period of mourning.
In this he imitated the Jews. Tbe dowager Em-
press never left the weeds, and their apartments
—we hung with black until their déath.
The chancellor of Erance is the only person
tfho never wears mourning. The brothers,
nephews, and cousins of Pepes never wear it; the
happiness of having a Pope in thefomily is too
grnt to allow them to be affected even by his
But the most remarkable of all these usages,
is that of the people ofthose ancient nations who
dressed themselves as Wunen when they lost
their relatives, in order, it is said, that the ridi-
cule attached to Ibeir vestments might make
tbem ashamed of their grief.-r^ '
Bank Swindles Caituh v at Last.—Tbe Sa-
vanah Republican, of the title says :
We stated, some two weeks ago, that an in-
dividual bad been arrested in Richmond, Texas,
with a large amount of State Bank bills in his
possession, and there were reasons for believ-
ing that he was Ae identical person who perpe-
trated the heavy forgery upon the bank a short
time since; and further, that Mr. Wallace Cum-
ming, the assistant cashier, bad proceeded to
Texas to look into the matter. Mr. C. returned
to the city Wednesday night, and we are grati-
fied to bear that,his trip was successful, and
that the forger and money are likely both to be
recovered. The individual answers in every
.respect to the forger Brown, though he gras
passing under tbe assumed name of Greea.
Those who know him out there say his real name
is Lawson; that he is a Methodist preacher,
and was for many years a resident of Mobile.
Tbe package of money was found to be the
same as was fraudulently obtained from the
bank, no part of it having been dimoaed of.
The slip of paper containing the ostentations of
the discount clerk was also in ths package,
which was still wrapped in the identical news-
paptr taken from the bank. Brown, alias
Green, alias Lawson, is now in jail of Colorado
eounrhr, and the money in the possession of the
sheriff. A requisition upon (he Governor of
Texas will be sent out «mediately.^
Death of Peter Pabiet.—The telegraph
announces the death in New York of Samuel
Griswold Goodrich, who, under the nseadonym
of Peter Parley, is very widely known. Mr
Goodrich was born in Ridgefiefd Conaectiout
August 19,1703. Early in life he was engaged
in the publishing business in HartfordT He
visited Europe in 1824, and on his return settled
in Boston, where be commenced the publication
of his Peter Parley series of junivile books
From these, and from other books and periodicals
which he wrote or edited, he derived not only a'
wide popularity, but a considerable income.
It ia the merit of his juvenile works that they
are reliable sources- of knowledge as well as
funds of entertainment. • They please our read
era and at the same time instruct.
Much of what is seally valuable in these works
is undoubtedly due to the breadth and accuracy
of the learning of the late M. Xittell, at the time
of his death editor of the Boston Courier. Mr
K. did the work and Mr. G. received the honor
and emolument in more than one instance.
The young men and women of the present day
owe a great many pleasant hours of their child-
hood, and a great deal of the store oHnformation
lour sold to-day at $5 20.
Coni sold at 70@77c.
The market for Pork closed at $18 V barrel.
Lard sold today at llfflllj£c.
..Cincinnati.May 16—Flour$5 59.
* Mess pork closed steady at $18 25.
Lard was held at 11c. per pound.
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS.—Thia pre
nioate'atas early i" date is. possible ¡.the" facia'] P*™Uon has acquired Ita inuaenae celebrity not
and circumstances relative, to the Ftftvler Pott'l flowery advertisements, but from plain statements of
Office defalcation In New York. I its properties and effects, verified by every Individual
In the case of _the contested seat between I who has given ita trial. What the advertisements
red His speech on the Dayia Federal resolu-
i. The Senate was well attended by mem-1
bers, and the lobbies and galleries densely
crowded by ladies and gentlemen anxious to
bear his retry rks.
The speech was rather caustic.
Investigation of tito P, ©. Frauda.
W^aglNOTON, May 17.—In tbe Honse of Re-
pre;,#ffiive9, to-day, a resolution was adopted
requihog Postmaster General Holt to comma-
from the I
admission of I
Mr. Hale, of Ne
before the T
. Washington, j
tee on. tbe PostC"
'of tbe Tint!
will8-:<>n report i
The fill to I
tendered to i
of Fowler, i
ing to-night foi
movement in 1
Presidency at tha j
communicating in this way
vigor equivalent to that ol which the patient may have
deprived by sickness. Their nature Is sustained.
. - - while the Bitters as an alterative and anti-hUliousmedi-
Fowler's Icin* re"eTe* tlw system of all morbid matter, and im-
I parts regularity to the secretions. This is the simple
. ,tlt Jleiico Philosophy of the cures of diarrhoea, general debility,
Htitini] Commit-1 "TeI complaints, chronic melancholy,
sterday in favor Ihys<erea' headache, cholle, flatulence, Ac., which an
¡1 contract, and I crea,lDg a mingled feeling of astonishment and grati
to tbe Honse. | tude In all parts of the country.
a mail line of
- twelve of tbe I JHBS. WINStOW,
fof Mexico. I An experienced nurse and female Fhyacian, has a
h * 18ooüliní «yrup for children teethiña, which greatly ta-
j. J/r " I cilitates tbe process of teething,.by softening the gums,
Tforn. I reducing all inSammation—will allay all pain, and
.—The President has
worth. Esq., the sp-
at Neif York, in ptaee
sure to regálate the bowels. Depend npon it, mothers,
your intents. Perfectly safe in all cases. See adver-
declines tbe ap- Haement In another column.
eh on the Davis
ere -crowded with
^jThe friends of Geni
p-ja preliminary meet-
i of inaugurating a
nomination for the*
„ j convention.
BRIOS a TABS, Principal Agents,
KYERETT a CO. Hooston.
HCKLBT fc AIKJtN, Houston.
K. D O ABB a CO. Austin,
J. C. ATWATKR. San Antonio.
Jko. K.Kbi of the law flim vt Browning, Stewart
Allen a Co. JasOw
CÍTABUSÜS rao. - - -
PETEB LOWIl.l iBBj,
SMtr asá Tikactt
IS A 16CHARTK&. ST.
Formerly 4? Chatham Street, New Teik.j
\\rOCU «Sil the especial attrntiea of OrooersabJ
MWH'a'H AN TOOTH WASH,
CLG ANSKS AND WiirfKNS THB TKBTB. 1
/lujhlrtt to Me BrwaíÁ a
not ooly agreeable to yuurseH; tat plnsant to all
with when you aay eosse la contort
It prevents the tbmnHon of Tarter; Jt gives
health and vigor to the Mucous UesihnorortheS
month, and to diseased gtuaa.
' Iu Antiseptic a d Aromatic properties are of
such a nature Oat
¡ A FEW DB0P8
I are suOcisnt to neutralise offensive odors on the V
I breath, caased either by
; Decayed Teeth, a Font Maniac n
| BISKASXt) anus,
¡ ' t'BswiKooxsMonxe tobacco,
gOR WEARING ARTIFICIAL TRKT^^
Price iter (tattle, rirty Venta.
BRIOOS a YARD.
1'rinoipal Agent for Temae.
ITT Sou by Briggs A Yard, F. D. Alien and
Messrs. C. Branaid. Galveston; Everett a Co.,
Houston : H. D. Oarr, A Co., Austin; Atwater,
Ban Antonio. Also sold by Druggists and dealers
in Fancy Articles throughout the Caited States.
rate tbe energies of tbe system, and enable the
mother to bear up under her exhausting trials
and responsibilities. Nursing mothers gene-
rally prefer the Bitters to all other invigora-
tors that receive the endorsement of physi-
cians, because it is agreeable to the taste aa
well as certain to give a permanent increase
of bodily strength.
All those persons, to whom we have particu-
larly referred above, to wit: sufferers from
fever and ague, caused by malaria, diarrhoea,
dysentery,, indigestion, loss of appetite, aad
all diseases or derangements of the stomach,
superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary
occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult
their own physical welfare by giving to Hos-
tetter's Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial-
CAUTION.—We caution the public against
using any of the many imitations ot counter-
feits, but ask for Hosteitke's Celebrated
Stomach Bitters, and see that each bottle has
the words "Dr. J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters"
blown on the side of the bottle, and stamped
on the metallic cap covering the cork, and
observe that our autograph signature is on the
tap Prepared and sold by HOSTETTRK ft
SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa, aad sold kfr al>
druggists, grocers, aad dMlers generally
throughout the United States, South Ajarn
pica, and Germany.
MILLER,_MONTGOMERY k CO.,
~ Wholesale Agente, Galrestou.
Sold by, Ascboff; Labadie k Barslow,. Hannay,
and by all Druggists and Grocers. apr!7
LANE fc BODLET
Wood Working Machinery,
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS
tNE A BODLBY'S Portable Circular Sat.
are constructed on the most Improved Scientific
Principles—are strong and dunble—can be worked
with fewer hands and less power, and will do more
work than any other Mill. They will do, at least,
three or tour times (he work of a Sash Mill, at less
than first colt and less running expenses.
Tor descriptive Circular and price Ust. address
above. All kinds of Bub, Spoke, Felloe snd Wheel
Machiney, Sash and Door Makers', Furniture and
Chair Makers' Machinery, Shafting, Pulleys, Ac., Ac.
All description, of Plantation Machinery wtf
. JUST RECEIVED BY
ARMSTRONG & BRO.'S,
SAY AND SEAL—A new book by the author of
Queochy, S volumes, $3 50.
THE CAXTONB—the initial volumes of Bulwers No-
vels, now being reprinted, £ vols 93 50.
New volumes of, reprint, COOPER'S NOVELS—fl«i-
ble cloth, per vol. 7Scts, to suit Wyandotte, Prairie,
- ÜilWf-1 Lincoln The Hiot.
' PATENT legal CAP—Jas. B. Smith. aprlldwSt
Is Ms renoval, and also to the srticlf
liacaboy, Denigres, fine Raspee.
Coarse Rappee, Pure Virginia, NachUochb.,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen
Scotch. I rish Scotch, High Toast Brotoh,
_ Irish Uigfa Toast, erUadyCsot, „
_ Fresh Honey Dew Scotch
' Smokiso—No. 1, No. 2, Mas. IAS aiixad. KlMSot,
Ftaa Oct Cuswiko—B. A. L-. or plain ; Coven
dish, or Sweet; Sweet Scented Úronoco; Tin Poll
Snorrno—St. Jago, Spanish, Canister, Pare 1
B Circular of priesa will be sect i
.—Nrte the smw article of FTuh i
which trill be found a superior article for 4
ÜONITAC * BEI
Formerly Cargill A BonntagT
ITALIAK, Xsslisi tai diasts
No. 11 Maiden Lane, (over Cooper a Fellows)
febSl New Toas. wlf
0« tbe Benfsss fias,
O ITT Ol NEW TORk,
Single leans so Cents per Bny l
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort Street,
(opposite City Ball.)
Meals, as they nay be ordered la the spaeioas Refec-
tory. There U a Barber's Shop and Bath Booms at
tached to the Hotel.
B- B.—Beware of Rexsias and Haomnt. who sa
we are full. R. FRENCH,
Herri nata Patsnt Chnnatsn Fire
aai Burglar Proof fifis.
WITH Hall's Patent Powder-Psoof Locks, the
VV aame that were awarded aspante medals at tho
World's Fair, London, 1851, aad the World's fair, N.
York, 1853, and are THE ONLY American Sato that
were awarded medals at the London World's Fair.
These Safes form the most perfect security agalnsi
Fire and Burglars of any Safe ever offered to the put.
WUl be paid to any peoon that shew that a Herrings
Patent Champion Safe ever ailed to preserve iu coa
tena In aa accidental fire.
8. C. HERRING a CO., MaaiUhcturers, 851
Broadway, comer Huny st. New York, and 53 and 54
Gravier street. New Orleans.
AasHTs—Miller, Montgomery A Co., Galveston; B
R. Wilson, Houston, Texas. Janl7w3m
CHEAPER THAN ETER
rns fish of
AT ATHENS, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS
TTAB lust received a full and complete assortment
XL of Goods of every description usually l ept in any
store In Texas, among which are
SUMMER. FALL AND WINTER STAPLE GOODS,
Luun Fitter Goons—a great variety,
Ladies fkney Bonnets, Hats and Flats of alll
styles Gentlemen's snd ladles' Boots snd Stoes
—all kinds. Gentlemen's and youths' Hate and Caps
• iirgc assortment.
Summer and Winter CLOTHING, Including ladies'
Cloaks, Mantillas, Hoop Skirts, als with Bmtles, Cor-
sets and everything in that line.
Gentlemen's and ladies Saddles, Bridles—Carriage
Harneas, etc. Gold and Silver Watches and Jewelry
of every description. Hardware, Cutlery, and every
Saddlery, coach an* JPlnntatlen
LEATHER OF ALL KINDS,
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS
(A branch ol the minutarturing establlaaent of Petci
Hayden of New York.)
THE undersigned Is constantly receiving trom the
manufacturers, and will keep on hand a fall eup
ply of Saddlery, Coach aad Plantation Hardware oi
every description, vis: Snafflee, Bltts, Bncfclés, Blags
Stirrups, Pad Trees, Saddle Trees, Pad Screw,, Cock
eyes, Terrets, 8wlvlcs, Trace Squares, BreerhJn*
Tree,, etc., etc.
SAUDLKJtScan be supplied with harness, skirting
bridle, calf skin, seating and russet Leather, draft and
buggy Collars, brass and sliver plated Gig aad Coach
Harness, Thread, Saddlers' Tools aad everything wast
ed in the line.
carriage makers supplied with Beat
Spokes, Hubs, Felloee, Enamel Cloth andallklsds
CARPENTERS supplied with a supperlor qualik*
of all kind, of Tools tor their use, banca Screws, etr
PLANTERS supplied with Plantation Mardwarr,-
Hoes, Shovels, Plows, Hsmes, Collars, Chalas, etc.
JenlTwtr J. R. SPRAOUE
thing In that line.
Stone and Glassware. Also the usual supply
of Groceries. All of which will be sold at the lowest
ires for cash, or on time to punctual fustomers.
" Hides and all country produce that can be
available, will be taken In payment of goods.
I intend to nake it the Interest of all to purchase
from BMvand my motto will be " quid nliw and small
profits." Cell and see me. H.MORRIS,
. |an30wly Athena. Henderson County
i overland Pony Ex-
St. Joseph yesterday,
Arizona and the In-
Bob. Wm. L. Yancey met with a most en tba-
sUstie reception at Montgomery on bis return
from CharleUDn. He was convey J to bis wi-
deace in a coach drawn by four splendid white
horses, escorted by • lane attendance of costly
and daiTling equipages, filled with bis admiring
friends aad felfow-citwens.
""*v iUC piCASUiC U¡
reeding feter Parley's last Book, or tbe iast
number. of Merry's Museum.— rCincinnati
Gazette. . v V
gjjk v - '
TraMRSdl.—We alluded a few
the vigilance of the Rqftom-Houae
in af "
entry under the Act sanawf—fpft, Ta|U8
of 10 <*"tiand mider at the porfeof exportSfioo
free of duty. The vigilance of the Government
Am teen rewarded by a censidsraWa additioh fc
the revenue. The three Boston importers were
nied Rangers was being
the purpose of taking
Swings will command the
at of the St. Louis
ons have been re-
, from the War Depart-
: of all contracts for
_ in value to nearly
. -i- ..uaaa- ^rite parties, without
waiting .for Utntt outsiders.
The surreSSMfountry ia represented to be
f Tlie peopli were alao gain-
"■otn the rapid disappear-
ing ere ra, who were fajft
celvod ef r
Barry'* Tneophereue, tbe best and
cheapest article for dressing, beautifying, cleansing,
curling, preserving and restoring the hair. Ladles,
try It. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers.
II r"" We refer our readers to the advertisement of
Messrs. CHURCH A DUPONT, No. 409 Broadway,
New York. The'Blood Food'Is one of the greatest
medicines ef the age, and la rapidly driving out of the
market all the quack nostrums of modern times. In
efficacy is so great, aad its superiority so justly ac-
knowledged, that IHs found difficult to supply the ia,
mense and increasing demand for the article. Drs
Eaton's celebrated ' Infantile Cordial' is a medldn
prepared by a regular physician of eminence in his
profession, and one who has devoted his life to the pe-
culiar phases of infantile diseases. It is no humbug^
hot a medicine which commends itself to those only
who can appreciate it."—Apalaehacola. Hi., Times
JOEL aiqos, ASHLEY W. staiobt,
Late of Montgomery Als. Late of Selma, Alsbams
Biees Ac SPAIGHT,
COTTON FACTORS A COMM'SION MERCHANTS
CO-PARTNERSHIP has this day been finned
by tbe above named parties, for the purpose of
j a General Factorage and Commission Businen
in the city of Galveston. Prompt attention will be
given to all businen entrusted to their care, and<on-
its of produce, Ac., are respectfully eoUcUSd.
i, (for the present, and mill a permanent office
In one of the new buildings going ap on the Strand is
reedy.) the one occupied by Messrs. Ladd A Amoiy,
next above Sorley, Smith A Co.'s, Strand.
Galveston, May 18.1860. dAwtf
ENGINES AND BOILERS!!
obliged to pay a duty of $48,000, instead of ob-
taining a free permit, wbicb is so much clear
gam to the revenue. Two of the three cargoes
entered here are still held by tbe suthonties
under advisement. One of these came from Lon-
don, and the Government claim that it was
there bought at a public sale at a price higher
than the invoice on which the importers
sought to enter it here. This is held to await
further evidence from the port of exportation.
The second bas been advanced by the apprais-
ers (part of it) more than ten per cent. <n the
invoiced value, and now abides the descision of
the revenue officers. The third, being ad-
vanced by the appraisers less than ten per
cent, has been admitted to entry on payment of
a duty of 24 percent. The value oi the last
named cargo was about $70,000; so that the
duty amounts to a snug little sum for the U. S.
Treasury., This last is the cargo to which we
alluded the other day as having been imported
by the firm at whose head is the Governor of
tlie State of New York—A". Y. Journal of
Thb Grkat Eastern at Nbw York.—On
the 9th inst., Gouveineur Morris and other "pro-
Ety owners at Port Morris called upon tbe
yor of the city of New York to submit cer-
tain charts and information relative to dock
and soundings for the accommodation of
Great Eastern. The charts show soundings
directly beside the dock, now ready there, of
thirty feet at low water, the channel running out
to a dlpth of more than sixty feet. The ready
feasibility of bringing tbe great ship up to tbis
dock will be attested by a number .of toe East
River pilots, who will appear before Oe special
committee of the Common Council, to which f
subject is referred. Port Moris dock is local
at the end of 138th street.
About Hats—A pair of rats, happily situated
and undisturbed, will, in three years, have in-
creased to 858,808; calculating that ten rats eat
aa much in one day as a man, the <
of these rats would be equal to that of
men the year round, and leave eight rats in'tha
year to spare. Tbe rat multiplying at that tre-
mendous rate, it is about as well this little
more so titan having hb coat nicety dressed to
adeem and set off tbe delicate hands of tbe ladies ?
Tbe skins of four rats will make a pair of the
We have' heard it said that the Baltimore
ticket is strongest in its hind legs—what was
called in 1852 a kangaroo ticket.
tlon of Anatrinn
ung states that since tbe
t General Eynatten, who
I upon the Government, it
I that it was through bis
"*i were apprized of tbe in-
s to attack them, in ad-
t and that they were thus en-
that movement, and by
■ in the morning, to make
s. Tlie grounds upon which
I are not given.
hangs over this matter
¡>ly clear up. A writer
f the Edinburgh Review, who
> Austrian camp at the time
jives tbp Austrian version of
thát the Austrian army re-
on the 23d of June for the
f the French ua-awares in the
Lonato, Montechiari and
their cavalry aad flying
I need to more advantage—the
«t the French on the after-
n the eesumption that they
! same rate es they had pre-
set they were only encamp-
"sVSolfenno and the adjacent
"~'5tation of fighting there, but
! their march the next morn-
of this, he adds that the
- impedimenta of the array
ithe front to be ready ft>r
B 'of being left in the rear, as
> t£en in the expectation of aa
i that the Emperor, with his
(en the other aide of tin Miado,
i did not cross tbe river until
■ became aware of the more-
t of the Austrian a, and frus-
I plan by moving at 2 o'clock in
1 thus falling Upon the Aus-
L ia camp aad not at all pre-
This trriter says that on the
e 23d a small black spot rising in
i vissible from
i proved to be a balloon, and
I tin Pranch became aware of the
. of tba Austrian army, fhe
ng, bowever.it is seeo, now
F knowledge to treachery on the
' 'i Austrian General.
Wk—The officers of tin
say it will be impoeaible
t Eastern, if she is loaded, to get in
rYeek harbor, and tbis judgement
they had with tba
— grounded for forty-
eight M Yin jtteffipt-.ng to leave tint harbor.
suicide of S
ten tion of t
vanee of £
this belief i
which I _
in á laflN
of the bati
noon i '
ed for thej¡
THBSK Engines we recommend to the publicas the
aisT, cazareaT and host scoxomical of aay now
in use. They do not require a practical engineer to
run them, as we diipense with many pieces heretofore
deenMd*neoessaiy,via: Crass Heads, Connecting Rods,
Roceatrics, Rock Shafts, Ac., Ac, nving the
expense of an engineer, as any negro can ran theok—
They are folly guaranteed in every respect. Sizes from
S to 15 horn power, either portable or separate; aad
from IS to 100 horse power, mparate.
Celebrated Cotton Fan or Cleaner.
By tbe use of these a planter can save all Ids dirty,
dusty snd storm Cotton, snd enhance tbe value of his
whole crop from 1 to 4 cti. per pound, and send clean
cotton to market. Price 9375—fully guaranteed.
Lovejey'i Anti-Friction Cotton
PRESS.—The beat Cotton Píen in ita the cheapest
and beet adapted to plantation use in tbe United Slates;
guaranteed to pack (nan 4* to SO bales per Aur. They
will pack a 600 pouad tale down to 94 laches. Price,
complete, ready to put op In a few hours, $350. Price
ef nous, sritb full directions $900. A press
at all Unas in New Orleans. .
no Lindny Force Panp.
We guarantee this tobe the best punpln use. Pumps
are new la ase la wells ISO Sect deep.
Many other petan ts on band. Stan aad County
rights of the above, and otter paten for aale.
THOS. J. SPRJlR A OO-
Patent Machine Agency, 43 Gravier St.,
myl4-wly New Orleans.
TOO Hsad of Stock Cattle for Sntt.
IX subscriber aOm for sale 700 head ■
of Stock Cattle, running «at the sastfl
side of the Navidad river, asar to Oe town
ofTexana Tbe eattle will be delivered at isay i
during the months of June, July or August.
Address CLARK L. OWBN. Tnana. Texas, or
CHAS. J. DDT ART,
Notice to FUntersi Merchants and
THI schooner CORXLU will leave Oal
veston on Jfseday, 14th, IS
trading trip, br Breaos River, with a c _ . _
of Dry deeds, reedy nade Clothing, a general aanrt-
CITY OF SAN ANT1NIO
Will be sold at Public Auction, in the city of San
On ThurtdaTf may 1611m .I860*
CITY LANDS & LOTS,
Iu various sizes, from small ballding lots, to lots of
TKRMS oi SALSOne-fourth cash, one-fourth
in fourth months, one-fourth in eight months, and one
fourth in twelve months. The purchasers excuing
their notes for the last three instalments, bearing ten
per cent, intaest, with approved security
Plans to be seen at'the City Surveyor's Office, San
AAtonlo.. • JAS. R. SWEET,
aprdtds Mayor City San Antonio.
I am now prepared with safe and substantial Plat
Boats, to transport cotton from Sebastopol, Cedar
Bluff and Patrick's Ferry to Liberty- Prom Liberty
I engage to transport it to Galveston by the steamers.
I am gratified to be able to say that my patrons have
expressed entire satisfsction with the manner in which
the cotton entrusted to me has been speedily carried to
market. I hope for a continuance of their favors, and''
for the patronage of all having cotton to be transport -
ed from those points to Liberty.
PETER S. BISHOP,
Thousands are daily speaking in the i>rai>: d(
D'É7,Í A TO «'8
And why ? because it never fails to afordí instan
taneous relief when given in time. It set as if by
magic, and one trial alone wilt convince you that
what we ny is true. It contsins
No Paregoric of Opiate
of any kind, and therefore relieves by removing the
sufferings of your child, instead ot br deadening its
sensibilities. Por this reason, it commendi itself as
reliable preparation now known for Chil-
rrmxo, Diabuoia, Dvsintkrt. 0 hi pins h
thi Bowtu, Acidity os to Stoic ch, Wirb, Cols
in tbs Haan, aad Caoor; al , for Softening the
Gums, Reducing Inflama tlon, Regulating the Bowels,
and relieving pain, it has no equal—being an anti-
spasmodic It is used withitn/otiiay success in all
cases of Cokvolsion ok othkr Pits. Aa vou value
tbe lite and health of your children, and wltfc to nve
them from those sad and blighting consequences which
are certain to result from tbe use of narcotice or which
all other remedies for Infantile Complaint! are com-
posed, take none but DR. EATON'S INFANTILE
CORDIAL, thia you can rely upon. It is perfectly
harmless, aad cannot iajure the moat delicate Infant.
- Price, 95 oents. Pull directions accompany each
bottle. Prepared only by
CHURCH A DUPONT,
No. 409 Broadway, New York.
American Aromatic Bitter Cordial
. TONIC AROMATIC BÍTTERS
A Cordial for ladies, Aged Eereont, d r.
Of theae two varieties of Bitters, the ñrst ia to be
taken mixed with any agreeable fluid, while the second
may be taken pure, or both may be mlnglgd together,
forming a bitter of great or less Intensity, so as to pine
every taste. The arotua and delicious flavor then Ut-
ters possess have induced the finest judges to pro-
nounce them auperior to any hitherto manufactured.
They are particularly efficacious In restoring health,
and estahllahltigitnpsiitd digestion, that fruitful source
of dtsnaes, such as Dyspepsia, Nervoul aad Liver Af-
fections, General Weakness, Ac., all of wbicb render
-lifea burden. In any fever followed by protracted
convalescence, and consequent weakness, no remedy Is
better adapted to restore strength aad hasten the com-
plete return of health.
IT*? N. B. The American Bitters may likewise be
taken pure. They do not contain much spirits. The
strong flavor they possesa arises from the aroma, the
predominance of a bitter principle, both of which are,
however, highly agreeable. Said bitters have been in-
troduced Into general uae in the principal coffeehouses,
hotels, clubs, Ac. Sold by
KARSTENDIEK A CO, cor. Gravier andNew Levee.
J. WRIGHT A CO., 91 and 151 Chart rea street.
A. A. PEYCHAUD. 'JO Royal street.
N. R. PEPIN A CO., 31 Common St. [apSwSm
To nil who Value their light I
SPECTACLES gVVfit ACCURATELY
Fitted to the Condition ot the Ere.
,G. B. NEWMAN,
optitian and spectacle maker,
BEOS to inform the Spectacle Wearing public that
be bas permanently located intblscity with a
well selected stock of tbe celebrated aad newly invent-
ed Concavo ConVex Bresillan Pebble Spectacles, aad
srilloontlnue to keep the largeat and finest assortment
of tbe kind in the State. Also, make Medical and
Optical Iastrumeats, Barometers, self-registering Ther
mometere. Microscopes Marine Glauca Compaasea,Spy
Glasses for hunters and excursionists; Drawing Instru-
ments. Magnifiers. Readers, etc.
Tbe saperiorlty of the Pebble Spectacles over all
others, la In their groat density, purity and t
are admirably adapted to the orgms of aight, and per-
fectly naturel to the eye. Tbe sueoen with afclch I
have met In the Western part of this State during tbe
" " " ~ - — aaion ot
last year, and at tbe Capitol through the station ol the
iast legislature, I flatter myself a saying that my
Spectacles hevegtren general ntlsfartton, to all who
have honored aoe with their patronage. 1 nepecfully
aolicit penosa wishing to procure suitable Spectacles to
examine mine. Warranted to salt in all oasea; to cure
weakness ef the eye; restoring and preserving clear
nen of vision, and Inproviug etreagth for long reeding
and fine sesring,
!t B.—Orders from thaoountry " sritb a statement
stage sad condition of tWeyes," promptly attended
JEJ* Pebbles and Glasses flMed to old tremes.
Location next door to Saatan' ruiiilcMag Ware
House. Tremont atreet. Galveston, nai87wly
Vaina We Plantion for Sale.
ONtbe last bank of tbe Breaos, la Btasoria eounly
fronting on the river and crossing oyster Creek,
containing about 3j600 acres of first quality Oyaler
Cre* fed Land. Should the purehLr prefeT.
snail place, the same caa be reduced to 1.S& acres.
There are SO aciesia cultivation, lasagair aai eetton,
about aa equal quantity on each aide of tbe creek.
hhds. aad bales. Large
navigation to In landtag on
Ma aad CnlenMi retinad
j.snluj tthin three ml lee. There are aow on the place
forty ave negrece. Including thirty tanda. srWch may
A. P. JAMXS,
Healthy hitman blood upon being
Always presenta us sritb the same essential elements,
and gives of course the Taoa Stahos* . Analyse tbe
Blood of a person suffering from Consumption, L-ver
Complaint, Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Ac., and we find in
eveiy instance certain deficiencies in the red globules
of blood. Supply these deficiencies, and you are made
Well. The BLOOD POOD is founded upon this theory,
hence its astonishing auoceu. There are
adapted to the deficiencies of the Blood in different dis-
eases. Por Cooohs, CoLna, Bronchitis, or any af-
fection whatever or tbe Throat or LuNoe. inducing
ComoKmoK, use No. I, which is also the No. for Dx
raaaatoK or Snure, Loaa or Armtrx, and for all
Canonic Complaints arising from Over-cas, General
Debility,and Ntxvoua PaosnuTioN. No. 9, for Liver
Complain ta. No. 3, for Dranrsu. Being already
prepared for a< sorption it is Takxh sv Daors and car-
ried Immediately into the circulation, ao that what you
gain you retain. The No. 4 is for Film Iaaseu-
larithb, HysttRia, Weaknesses, Ac. Ses special
directions for thia. For Salt Rasca, Esornoas,
ScAorcLoca, kiasev.aad Bladder CoartAt kts, take
No. 5. In all casea the dlreetiona must be strictly fol
lowed. Price of the Blood Foon $1 per bottle.
Sold by CHURCH A DUPONT,
No. 406 Broadway, New York.
And by II. L. C. Ascboff and J. Hannay, Galveaton.
And by all reapectable Druggists throughout thr
TEXAS ¡WII.ITARY IN'STITI TI:,
AT KDTKIl vur.i,
COMMENCES ita seaalon on Monday, the 24th of
January College ytai^-forty weeks—divided luto
two aeaaiena, ending June. Holiday of two days at
Tuition—Collegiate, per session, or HlkJ per
year > Preparatory, <30 per aesslon ; (Engllali studies
only,) SWI per year.
LiaRARTFcirD-- 2 per year ; Board. l?prrmonth
Deluding fuel and washing.
Patmekts—Advsnoe each aeaalon. innarUMv —
Stock—cattle, horses or aheep—taken in pajmrat of
Tuition and Board: debta not allowed.
Gánela Tsalve years old, and parsing «atninatlon
In reading, writing and arithmetic, through the ground
rules, may enter.
iMtsu—Uniform to he had at thr Institute.
Addreea, c. G. FORSHEY
' jantl. '60-lywl • Rntereville7Teiia.
mHESE Springs are situated tn theNorth western
part of Tyler county, aa elmrated. plnev countrv
k*toíulrúü!d¿!?,íí£ anShealthy. D.
. Frayetor, has erected a spacious build-
ag for the reception of vial tora either for bealth or
pleasure. The water aa yet hsa not been analtyaed,
i8¡"pli°r' coined with other
ingredients, which have already rendered it celebrated
•f tor chnmir aifectxonj, toch u dineuei of
Urer* Djipepsi*. Schro-
"f^ialand eutaneoua affections
ffcnred sovereign ia all se-
r Pefí0S"-íMídlBg 0,1and elaewhere, are In
Cmaed that stages from Liberty and many other por
"j®* ""Je WoodvWe. distant fnnn ^hla
^a back, wiU be run dally to
t oodville. during the aasna; Tbe proprietor ca> '
I .1 any nnaaber of eerUflcetaa boa Pfayslcnna
othergentlenen of high standing, as to the curative
propertseyof the Water. D. R. SMITH,
wu a- mooak
TAYLOR * MOORE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Crockett, Houston County, Texas,
WILL attend to all hnainan eatrusted to them iu
Houston and aqdaiag counties. Will
practice In tbe Supreme aad Federal Courts at Trlti
References .—Chief Justice Wheeler. Jadee A. M.
Roberta, Gen. Tom. Oreen, Mesara. Sorley, Smith A
Co., R. AD. O. Mills aad K. B. Nichols A Co.,Oal
vea ton; H. Sampson A Co. and Wm. M. Rjee A Co.
'Houston. -> Jsnl7wly*
To be SoU
A PLANTATION, with thirtr five Negree ,
Washington county, ooanlning about 1,400 acr (
of lend, good Dwelling House, Stock Cattle, Sheep i
Marea, e., de.
There are about 4S0 acres in cultivation,
House. Cotton Screw, etc., sad the taces an
ta are sll of saperior order, aad wltl
* tbe beat nale aadtanle school la
■ply to a. P. JAMES.
to WOOD a POWER, ~
THE undersigned bee to Inform t
hare not soidont, and hope we
dec the ueoseslty of ao doing, and ■
of their patronage. We slmll sell 1
and Hsad and Foot 8 tones as weH s
marble-work as cheap, aad guarantee tbewrj.
aa any other dealer In the businen in this -. a
State in the Union.
julylttf A. ALLEN a
MILLER, nuKTCOmERY * CO.,
COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION, FORWARDING
An* Collecting' MercMnnta,
Office, ia J. Osterman'a new Building, up -••• -a.
HEWITT, NORTON A CO.,
.GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT! .
Liberal Cash Advanoea nade on conaignmenta of ei
ton, Sugar, Molasaee, Hides and other produce to
the above houae by Miller, Montgomery A Co.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT.9.
Liberal Cash Advances made on conslgnaients of C >t
ton. Sugar, Moláis , Hides and other produce to
the above houae by Miller. Montgomery dtCo
JAKES HEWITT A CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Liberal Cash Advancea made on consignments or
Cotton to the above houae by Miller,Montgomery aCu
ER. WITHERS, General Commiaalon Merchjuit
a Houston, Texas, trill give prompt attention ts the
ling and shipping of Ootton, Hides, Wool, Pecana,
!• Will attend to the purchasing of auppllaa whet.
accompanied tqr Cash or
BEHRMAN, Wholesale and Retail Dnler^fc
Draga, Medlclnea, Chemicals, Perfumeiy.^W
punctually attended to, and goods srarrented
Market at., Oalvaato;
to be of the beat quail tr
c. w. BUCKLEY CBARLSa norveu .
BUCKLEY & NORYELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,—RICHMOND, TEXA.i.
W. a. EES... XER
. W. H. KER it SO It,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Uov2Il Lavaca, This. Lwt
Galveston Steam Eagine Works,
(Eatabliahed in 1844.)
T\TANDTACTURER of Steamboat, Pdfteble and
It A Stationary Steam Enginea and Bollen, Cottoi.
Gina, Sugar Mills,etc. IrnnsndBrenOsstfausofasi
alte manato order. O HAS. W.KItttiC,
GEORGE MASON, Attorney at Law, Office on Peat
Office street, near Tremont street. Galveston
GW. McMAHAN a CO.,—(G W. McMahan.Oai
• veston ; T J. Sanford. Wharton coantyj—OOÍ
TON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MXHOBLANT8
Stbako, Galveston. Tex.s try Office in Ruhn v
E. A- H. SCHHIDT,
lCrSIGN OF THE LARGE FLAX*. JJl
aep!3) Maui STaErr; Hocsroa. Taxes. >wtf
Batatas Manaaero eaa thb Tillaoe os Kimball.
TYi.1*0!? 1 direct coswaanloatioo be
U tween tbe town of Ifareaeoto aituated at tin ter
mhreeef tbe Central railroad and tbe thriving vtllace
of Kimball, aituated OB the River Bruce in Bosque
County. I have determined to run an EXPRESS
WAGON—which is to charge of a responsible driver—
regularly between the above polats.
Should this Pioneer wagoomeet with saccen «ta nv
intention to convert it Into a weekly line, thaa affead-
iof emicraataaDd otbeia unaaual todHflMln nThin.
with «artainty and dlapatcb a poetisa of Texn, wbtoh
stands unrivalled for basaty at aoeaery, trtllitir of anil
—purity ot Its wateis, extent of its stock nage—school
Or to the ptopr ieter.
■aftF3" Village of Kimbiu.
O*11' OATS I O ATS'I
V 6race Darling, eight hundred bushels
waid Island black seeSOsta, for sale by
!aa4tf J. M. ]
antvod per sch'r
Texas Land CeMHeatM.
fi40 i,?.?89 <*ci' 01 ^ Harrisbarg Railroad
Wl" f—-1'-r-'gnsT. s~J— • ' " •-
ed to suit locators ' —twtanl «I
STEPHEN G. KENNEDY, s tall
eyes and'olack hair, to eonpaay „
eight yean of age. named Ltexie, KM a i
eyes and curly unburn hair, toft ;
01 "*"* >•■ ■' W«0, wSbslxgb ^,
bright autUtto tofcnt, thref^iit^e^'oi «
gro child named Laura, sit years of see —
Kennedy is not blswúh, altboagbbe
ynmain My wij whatever. Ther ire aolelytkesroD
aptost trading for then.
OtSSÍrUÜS™1 I*1* hy the tojund wffitof
'Prl'*8t M. T. KENNEDY.
. — a. r. TEAoea
0\!^1 Attorneys snd Counselor
a> - waoeial Land aad Pnllfnilin A«Mt<
Will practice in iraanaia Mnlail'
All buatoeaa entruatad to thaircare
Office oa the corner of Washington and Orev
•••••i. s.OÜltSLE... Jao. sons
EL, DEIRRLE 4c CO.,
WOOL AND COTTON FACTORS
"sbal CoaaisaioN and Fobwab ino Kerch.vt*
strand, Oal vea ton
P"Ad^2^ftte°tl0ig!5.to Wo°' ^ Cotton.
New^^S-T^* ™ sbipmenta to New Orleans:
Boffioa aad L.vens>oi. Jsa24wtf
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The Civilian and Gazette. Weekly. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 8, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 22, 1860, newspaper, May 22, 1860; Galveston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth177457/m1/2/: accessed March 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.