The Hempstead Courier (Hempstead, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 1, 1859 Page: 3 of 4
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|ar The tw¿> documenta copied below will
partially explain themselves. Tlie reasons for
publishing them however need be told. When
our esteemed fellow citizen Mr. N. W. Bush,
was last in Sempronius, he was told that "they"
meaning h¡B friends, had a good joke on him:
that a negro boy had been put in jail in Ban
Antonio* in whose possession was-found a paper
purporting to be a free pass, on whloh was his,
Mr. B.'s name. Mr. B. immediately demanded
that the paper should be shown to him, and
that he should be allowed to make such use of
it. as be deemed proper—stating that such a
thing was rather too serious to make a Joke of,
even among friends. Col. Landes immediately
surrendered the paper accompanied with the
certificate which is published below it. It will
be observed that the "Free paper" purports to
have been made 24 years ago last March. It
starts out with a barefaced falsehood—Hopkins-
Tille is not in Trigg, but in Christian county,
and it is altogether about as lamea document as
we have ever seen. It does not require an expert
to tell that the whole thing "signatures and any"
wasjwrittcn by the same person: and that person
about as ignorant as the parties who permitted the
boy Tom to make his way as far West as San
Antonio with it.
The names Bush, Bush and Hush signed to it
would indicate that the good people of Trigg
county were, 84 years ago, vary fond of names
for the Inferior justices terminating in u h.
Joking asido, no one who knows Nathan W.
Bush would for a moment dream that he would
append his name to any document but a proper
one; but lest some evil-minded person should
have told this "joke"¡¡ to his detriftient in a
community where he is not so well known as in
Austin and the adjoining counties, he has
thought proper to thus "nip the thing in
The two documents are in our possession, and
we have published the "Free pass" verbatim, et
literatim, et tpellatim.
STATE OF KENTUCKY. Know all men by
Tinao County, • thea presents that
Hopkinsville. we the Justices of
the inferior Court of said State and county
while siting for this term of said court came
Thomas Harris and maid his affidavit and proved
before us that he was the son of a white woman
an was born froe sutch being stated before me I
am satlafyed of the fact that said boy was born
of Elizabeth Cass and now has his loavo
to pa&s to apy place in this State wheresoever
he sees proper to go by the leave of his agent,
maid before us this fifteenth of March 1835,—
where unto we have Bet our band and and afix
JOHN P. RUSH,
ABB. D. BUSH,
SAM'L. A. HUSH,
H, ÍL. S.
I, (L. S.)
SH. (L. S.)
STATE OF TEXAS-COUNTY OF AUSTIN.
Know te, whom it may concern, that a rumor
has gone abroad that the uanio of N. W. Bush,
R. A. Husk and others, was found to appear in
a certain document purporting to be a free pass
for a mulatto boy, Tom, tho property of Col. D.
Landos, and tho said Bush and Husk, having
called on said Landes for said pass—find the re-
port unfounded. Tho names, which appear in
fact, on tho said paper, as will be seen from the
document itself, is John F. Rush, Abr. D. Bush
and James A. Hush.
I the said D. Landes, owner of said boy, Tom,
with several of my neighbors, do horeby certify
that tho above three names on said pass, are
correctly given; this May the 27th, A. D. 1856.
8. R. SIMMONS.
M. G. MONTGOMERY.
* W. B. YOUNG.
COR. J. DABNEY.
A & c. A. c.
For tho Hempstead Courier.
0 SEEING a leaf from tiie charter oak.
How Tife, with strange imaginative dreams
The thoughts that deepen while I gaze on thoe,
What halowed fancies of the long past scenes
That were enactcd neath thy spreading tree.
Thought travels to our country's early toil,
When strong men spurned the tyrants galling
And watered with their blood our nativo
As from oppression, their free spirits broke.
How dark the clouds that gathered o'er their
j straggling on thro' countless ills they brave;
The secret murderer and tho open foe—
< death in battle, or a lonely grave.
Oh ye whose freo souls braved eaoh gather-
^or reaped the rich reward your actions won;
Who braved opprossions wildest, blackost
^hearts we raise thy deathless urn!
ts of the glorious dead,
:d for us this goodly land;
o'er your names is shed,
your deeds of glory stand!
gay who trood this gonial
far famed country home;
iOW manhoods glorious
he met his doom.
>g hand and swelling
that I see;
ir the tears that start,
' oonntry's guardian
Ire onr souls;
sacred fervor wano,
fathers' glories muse,
their fires again.
having backed his one
•five dollar horse and one
Into the river, at St. Louis,
•i exclaimed, with tears in bis
e scrambled to tho dock: "Oh! mine
ee is all drowned." Literally,
he was correct.
swoct contagion, which attacks
great severity between eighteen
iwonty-two. Its premonitory symptoms
' rugied shirts, ringlets, bear's greaso,
It feeds on moonlight and flutes,
horror on "biled pork" or baked
and looks with
A lone and lorn bachelor |n Kentucky has
written on to the Northampton postmaster, for
AM of the marriageable girls that are waiting
a ringla street in that town for good hus
Bi ■' ■" " "
Sat they ain't so hard up as to go off
wHhorit oourtlng. They insist on all the ina-
The Oom ir Gao «oía.—Tho MiUedgeville
Recorder, of the 10th lusL, says:
Th4f#b*rt erop through this section does
aet pmtisetobe very good. It generally has
rust or red mould. The oat crop, as yet, pr<
iaes better. The stands of com are good, but
Ratification meeting at Hem-
stead, Austin County.
Pursuant to publlo notice, a meeting of the
Democracy of Austin county was held at Hemp-
stead, on tho 14th of Mnv, to ratify the proceed-
ings of the Democratic State and Congressional
convention bold at the city of Houston, May 1st,
Dc. J. M. Thompson, was called to the chair
and H. II. Boone, appointed Secretary.
On motion, a committee consisting of D. S.
Hill, H. G. W. Cloud, J. M. Batemon, Dr. J.
R. Carr, T. M. McDade, D. Y. Portis and Dr.
R. It. Peebles, were appointed to draft a resolu-
tion expressive of the sentiments of tho meet-
The committee through their chairman D. S.
Hill, reported the following preamble and
resolutions which were unanimously dopted.
Whereas, the Democratic conventions of the
State of Texas and the western Congressional
District lately assembled at tho city of Houston
—adopted as a platform of principals, the Plat-
form of the Democratic convention of the United
States at Cincinnati, in 1860, and the platform
adopted by the Democratic Convention of the
State of Texas at Waco, in 1857, together with
an additional resolution declaring the peaceable
acquisition of the Island of Cuba, an object of
paramount importance to the commerce of the
United States, and additional resolutions in favor
of an extmdition of fugitive slaves from Mexico;
and In favor of the continuation of the Southern
mail route from New Oi leans by El Paso and
Whereas, the said conventions selected as
candidates for State offices, tho present able and
worthy incumbents of the Gubernatorial, the
lieutenant Governor and Commlswonor of the
General Land office, and the District Convention
nominated our able, talented and pmtriotic fel-
low citizen Gen. T. N. Waul, of Gonzales county,
as the condidate for Congress. Therefore re-
1st. That tho Democrcy of Austin county,
most heartily endorse tho platform resolutions
of the Democratic State Convention of the State
of Texas, as most eminently conservative and pa-
triotic, and as being a true and just exponent of
the orthodox Democracy of the State of Texas.
2nd. Resolvod, That wo regard the nomina-
tion of H. R. Runnels, for Governor, F. R. Lub-
bock, f$>r Lieutenant Govomor and Francis M.
White, fo%commissIoner of the General Land
Office, as a tribute of regard and esteem justly
due to faithful and meritorious public officers, for
the zeal and ability which they have each dis-
played in tho discharge of the important trusts
confided to them by tho People.
3rd. Resolved, That we regard the nomina-
tion of Gen. T. N. Waul, for Congress, as a most
fortunato and opportune selection, as one whose
eloquence an'tl patriotism will enable him to bear
the standard of Democracy in triumph, upon
ovcry battle field of the District, and to sustain
and promote tho best Interests of Texas, in our
4th. Resolved, That the Democracy of Aus-
tin county will give a most cordial and trium-
phant support to each of the nominees, for State
and District officers.
Upon motion of Dr. B. R. Peebels, it was
Resolved, 6th. That the Hon. C. W. Buckley,
of Fort Bend county, is tho choice of this meet-
ing as tho democratic candidate for Floater, from
the counties of Fort Bend and Austin, and that if
he will consent to run this meeting will give him
a hearty and cordial support. All of which mo-
tions were unanimously adopted by the meet-
6th. Resolvod, That tho proceedings of this
meeting bo forwarded to the Houston Telegraph
with the respectful request to the Editor of that
paper that he will | uhlish the same, and that
the Austin Gazette and Hempstead Courier, are
respectfully requested to copy thorofrom.
There being no other business before the
meeting, it was upou motion adjourned sine
J. M. THOMPSON, Pres't.
H. H. Boqmk, Sec'y,
Late from tiih Skat of War.—Liverpool,
May 11.—Tho latest ad vicos rcccávod from
Turin and Vienna state that no general engage-
ment had yet taken place between tho Austri-
an and Sardinian troops in Piedmont.
The Austrians in Piedmont appear to beexibi-
ting much indecisión by marching and counter-
marching, occupying and abandoning various
positions, apparently without motive.
No material chauge has taken place in the
stato of afliairs in Italy since the sailing of the
The heavy rains previously reported contin-
ued at tho latest accounts, and very much impe-
ded the opporations of the Austrian troops on
the river Po.
An official bullotin at Vienna statos that the
Austrian army was awaiting the return of bettor
weathor before again assuming offensive opera-
tions. No general battle was expected for a
week or ten days.
Departure of the Emperor.—Pari , May
11.—The Emperor Napoleon, accompanicd by
Princo Napoleon, left Paris for Toulon yesterday
tho 10th Instant, from which placo tho Emperor
proceeds to Genoa by sea, and Prince Napoleon
proceeds to the Adriatic with the 25,000 men
assigned to hiscommad.
Previous to leaving Paris the Emperor pro-
claimed tho Empress Eugenie Regent of France.
The Sardinians are making great preparations
to give tho emperror a magnificleut reception
on h s arrival at Genoa.
Operations in Italy.—Advices from Turin
stato that General Marmora had made tho river
Dora his strategetical line of operations against
The Austrians are strongly fortifying the posi-
tions they oocupy on tho nver Segia.
The French Marshal Canrobort has assumed
tho direction of the allied operations at Allessan-
Much sickness prevails among the Austrian
troops, owing to their extreme exposure and the
inclemency of tho weather.
It is reported that Austria will soon have
750,000 troops under arms.
Anconahad boon declared In a state of siege
by the Austrian Commandant of the garrison.
The Popo liad protested against such severe
measures and the Austrian Government promt
seg to re-consider tho matter.
The Tornado at Memphib.—Tho Memphis
Bulletin, of the 17 th, thus notices the tornado
at that place, of whloh we had a brief aocount by
About 12 o'clock last night this vicinity was
visited by a severe tornado of wind, accompa
nied by rain and hail, which we apprehend hat
been quite destructive to property within its
course. The wind, which was absolutely ter-
rific in force and violence, came fiom the west,
and prevaled forabout minutes, unroofing houses
and playing sad havoc among the signs, awn
ings, ect. The entire east wall of the cotton
shod on the corner of Union and Second sec-
ond streets, was blown down, and a small frame
house in the vicinity entirely unroofed. A por-
tion of the tin-roofing of Mr. I. B. Kirtland's
banking house was wrenched from its fastenings
and deposited in the center of Madison street,
3osito our office. Doubtless many other
dings in the city have sufforcd in a similar
manner, but tho lateqess of the hour prevents
the gathering of reliable information on the sub-
The Bulletin, of tho 18th. fornlshes the fol-
lowing further particular* of the damage done:
In addition to the destruction by the storm
of Monday nlgt, already Vecorded, we learn
that a large frame building oil Beal street, be-
longing to Mr. B. Merril, was blown down,
striking and razing to the ground a buisness
house in the same locality, the property of Mr.
Want. Oiie end of Mr. Want's large two story
warehouse also fell, knocking in one end of an-
other one of his houses adjoining. A portion
of the froqt end of the livery «table of R. Whit-
ney, on Main street, was blown down, and a
part of the wall of the new block of buildings
on Monroe street, being erected by Stfflmns
Ac., was also prostrated.
TOWN OF HEMPSTEAD.
Retolved 1st, That the limits of the incorpo
ration of the town of Hempstead shall bo tho
Bame as Bet forth In the application of the fitizeus
of said town in their petition to the county court
for incorporation, as sot forth in tho town plot
of said town, as surveyed by T. DeLatour.
Unsolved 2d, That any person or persons who
shall be guilty of shooting any gun, pistol or other
fire-arms within eight hundred yards from tho
Railroad depot, shall be fined, for each and every
such offence, the sum of five dollars.
Resolved tid, That an advalorutn tax of 13 1-2
por cent, be levied on every Hundred Dollars of
taxable property within said incorporated limits.
Resolved 4th, That a tax of ten dollars be lev-
ied on all circuses and menageries for each and
every exhibition, and five dollars on all other
shows or exhibitions that shall receive pay for
admission, except those purely of a scientific or
Resolved 5th, That any poison or persons
that shall be guilty of running a horse or horses
iu tho town or streets, shall be fined not more
than five dolíais for each and every such offence.
Resolved 6 th, That any person or persons who
shall be guilty of running a horse-race within
the incorporated limits, shall be fined twenty-five
dollars for each and every such offence.
Resolved 7th, That any person or persons who
shall obstruct the sidewalks in said town, except
in building or improvements, and then not more
than six feet, shall be fined not more than five
dollars for each and every day it shall remain on
Resolved 8, That any nuisance within the in-
corporate limits, shall be removed at the expense
of the owner.
Resolved 0 th, That any person orporeons who
shall commit a nuisance, or disturb the peace
and harmony of any citizen within the incorpo-
rate limits, shall be fined five dollars for the first
offence, and ten dollars for every repetition.
Resolved 10th, That all business houses shall
be closed on the Sabbath day from the hours of
9 o'clock a. m. until 4 o'clock p. m., except hotels,
drug stores and eating houses, under a penalty of
five dollars for each and every offonce.
Resolved 11th, That whereas the Board of
Aldermen of the town of Hempstead, having
contracted for the planting of 500 shade ti ees,
and for the hetter preservation of said trees, be it
Resolved 12th, That any person or persons
found guilty of injuring stud shade trees by driv-
ing wagons, carts or drays against them, or in
mutilating litem in any way whatsoever, shall bo
fined a sum not exceeding $20, nor less than $5.
Resolved 18th, That any person hitching any
horse, mule or any animal to the shade trees in
the town shall, on conviction, bo fined In a sum
not exceeding twenty dollars nor less than five
Resolved 14tli, That it shall bo the duty of the
Marshal or Constable to call in the assistance of
any person or persons to aid him in arresting any
one violating any of the ordinances of the town
Resolved 15th, That any one redwing to aid
and ussist the Marshall or other legal officer when
called upon, shall be fined, on conviction, not less
than five dollars nor more than twenty dollars.
Resolved 16th, That the Marshal beappointed
Assessor and Collector, and that ho shall proceed
to assess the taxable property and report to the
Board at their next meeting.
Resolved 17th, That the taxes assessed shall
be paid within SO days after the assessment.
Resolved 18th, That His Honor ho authorised
to select and employ a legal cour sel for the
Board and Corporation.
Resolved 19 th, That a Poll tax of fifty cents bo
levied on all moles living within thn corporate
limits of the town of Hempstead.
Resolved 20th, That J. B. Montgomery,
Constable, be entitled to a salary of £300 per an-
num, besides the regular fees of his offico.
Resolved 21st, That N. W. Bush bo appointed
to assist our Assessor and Collector in assessing
the town lots, and that provided the town com-
)any do not appoint some one to appraise suid
ots, that they appraise same.
Resolved 22d, That the following named
taxe be levied:
A tax of ten dolíais on all livery stobfes.
A tax of five dollars on all billiard tables, and
two dollars and a-hnlf ou all ten-pin alleys.
A tax often dolíais on all eating houses.
A tax of five dollars <m all holcls and board-
ing-houses having over five boarders.
A tax of five dollars on all bar-rooms and
A tux of five dollars per annum on all com-
mission house, brokors and factors.
Resolved 28d, That an additional tax of five
dollars per annum be levied on hotels and board-
ing houses having over five boarders.
Resolved 24th, That the tax levied on grocer-
ies and bar-rooms of five dollars per annum, that
licenses bo issued for four months. That li-
censes be Issued to drays, iic., for three months.
Natal.-?-!* is stated that
the U. 8. Navy, In the course of
aea, are to be fitted out without <
the revels of
awaLZ's so pel,
FOR THE WEEK INDINO VAT 80, I860.
W Stilwell. La. A G Moore, Ala, R L Up-
sllaw, Gayhlll, W D Sankly, Ala, B Lipscomb
Oavhill, R O Lankey, Alo, E R Randolph, Ala,
L McNorton, Hockley, G Heart, Galv, Miss
Fisher, Brenhom, Mr & Mia Mobl, Houston, J
B Hauey & wife, Springfield, A Testard, llren'm
D W Prendcrgast i wife, Springfield, H G Thral
Newhope, RHMoek, AC,W A Browning, Bren-
hom, E T Bulger, Hempstead, H S MoPhuil
Bren'm, F A Rice, Houston, D T Newman, Jr,
R D Wills, St Gabriel, A B Ilill, Chappell Bill,
A J Raphael, Houston, M G Bedick, Bren'm,
J D Lai mer,Houston. S B Buckingham, Montg'y
H H Wilson, HempBlead, II S Hone, Country,
P M Partridge, N Y, J T Cowen, Tenn, E M
Greene, N Y, J Caro way, Tenn, J N Feil, N Y,
W Cartor, Ala, H Lovhisou, Bren'm, N T Torrcy,
N O, H Smith, Anderson, R Lockhart, Houston
Dr Bailey, Ala, J D Biddings, Bren'm, B W Hoan
G A, Cipt E F Gray, Houston, Miss Stephenson,
W C.SÑagle, Houston, Geo Wilkinson, Burles'n
J W Stilwell, 0, A W Horde, Bastrop, P Turner
Belton, H W Glass, Anderson, N Maxey, W C,
Dr Tigner, LA, JO Andrews, N 0, J L Libbey
k wife, Ala, Thos George, Crocket, J H Meek,
A 0, D 0 Allen, Houston, W Wood H, L H Me
Neil, Brazora, J S Abbot, Ala, R Bradiv, N Y,
T Faulkner, KYR Chadwick, NY.GWMc
Nahon, k Fom, G, Gen'Sam Houston, Huntsville
C M Myeas, C N, Dr Jones, S A, A Y Walton,
Miss, A W & H Moore, E G Caraew, Ala, O G
Ross, W C, Dr Tods, K Y, L McNorton, -C H,
Col Adams, R R, B M Merrsan, N 0, J D Gid-
dings, Brenbam, OGRoss, W0, P Trimble,WO
Neubrower, &uervt, Lagrange, WC Deggs, OH
B M Holman, Ala., A Testard, Irvin Johnson, G
Hirschbcrg, Brenbam, D IT Carter, N Y., J W
Kennard k wife Grimes Co. J D Borum Mo., E
II Fondtrnm, Joseph Blovlns, J 0 Clem, W A
Peepe, Industry, J T Alcorn, Iady& 2 daughters
Col White, wifo k daughter, W C, Dr Jones Md
K McPhail, Brenbam. J L Halbei t, Corscanna,
H U Denny, Wis., D A Chamberlln, Bell Co., R
R Hunt, Fort Worth, W H Ingrabum, J Brash-
ear, Miss E McMillan, J F Poudcr, J C Cutler,
E W Taylor, A P Raphael, J V Tumor, C Has-
woll, Houston, B Donclly, Miss Morehead, Mrs
Elkin, E F Rus<<el, wifo & child, Miss S Williams
Hockloy, A B Menard, Clear Lake,, R M Jones,
Va., Gon E B Vichols, Galveston, H C Myer, Pa
W M Chapman, Sandwich Islands, E 0 Fioley,
Hong Kong, China, R H Drake, Wush Co., S
Dunlup, Miss., H Brown, NO., WD Hemicks,
L W Ifasterson, B B Johnson, county, W Greg-
ory, New Orleans.
Col. J. E. Kirby and others, will deliver polit-
ical addresses in Hempstead on Saturday next
the 4th of June.
Tho publlo-are respectfully Inviled lo attend.
DR. PIUER H. SMITH
TENDERS his Professional cervices to the cit-
izens of Hempstead and Vicinity.
Offico—at his residence, the Toxas House.
LATE OF ALABAMA,
OFFERS his professional services to tho cit-
izens of Hempstead and uicinity.
He will be found during the day at Cannon
Brothers' Ding Store; at night at the residence
of Mr N. W. Bush. jvnely
A LIST OF FREIGHT
RECEIVED AT THE DIFFERENT WAREHOUSES IN HEMPSTEAD
For Shipment to the Interior,
büsh & wilson's; rep'd by a a henderson
J as Floyd, Sand Fly, 6 pkgs; J Brown,
Belton, 2do; J R Moore, Chapel Hill, 12
do; Gardner & Wilks, do, 2 do; Dr B F
Stanchficld, do, 1 do; AB Thomas, do,
do; R W Chappell, do, 1 do; Mrs
Thompson, do, 1 do; B R Thomas, do,
2 do; S M Buston do, 3 do; Thomas &
Kennon, do, 11 do; L B Lemay, do, 92
do; J M Finney & Co, Bastrop, 2 do;
M 0 Dfamon, do, 10 do; N Berch, do
2 do; N Ponce, do, 2 do; Gillespie,Mor-
gan & Co, do, 2 do; J H Foncheo, do,
do; D 0 Giddings, Brenham, 2 do; W
A Browning, do, 4 do;' T Affleck, do,
8 do; Miss A J Munson, do, 1 do; J H
Sherman, do, 1 do; John Sayles, do, 2
do; Richton & Hopper, do, 6 do; A Fea-
tard & Co, do, 41 do; J T Conner, do,
17 do; E H Norton, do, 18 do; Dr A J
Gilder, do, 54 do; B M Norman, do, 2
do: J A Moore, Washington, 1 do; Mo-
Miller & Black, do, 1 do; J M Lott, do,
8 do: J G Heard, do, 1 do; Brown &
McMiller, do, 1 do; Mrs M P Liscomb,
do, 1 do; A H Wood, do, 2 do; J Burk-
lea, do, 1 do; J W Lott, do, 4 do; D
Werner & Co, do, 1 do; N Maxey, do,
1 do-; G GPitts, R R Contractor, 8 do;
Smith, Stockbridge & Cp, do, 3 do:
Washington county R R, do, 1 do; F
Tate, LaGrange, 1 do; H McCormack,
do, 2 reapers; J B Munn, Lexington, 1
;; McGinnis & Bro, do, 1 do; H
lilton, Austin, 1 do; A C Frolick,
Round Top, 1 do; H Leadbottor, do, 1
reaper; J A Wilson, do, 1 pokg: Dr
McGregor, Vine Grove, 28 do; J W
Cock, Bellville, 1 do; J McKnight, In-
dependence, 8 do; Jeffries & Wilker-
son, Brazos Bottom, 2 do: W W Sims,
do, 1 do; W 0 Moseley, do, 26 do; T
R Moseley, do, 14 do; A Moseley, do,
18 do; J
„ .. Middleton, Sempronius,
do; Rhodes, Forrest & Co, lluntaville,
26 do; J A Scott, Cameron, 8 do; Ack-
erman & Smith, do, 8 do; G Weather-
bio, Hempstead, 58 do; Jones, do, 1 do;
Mrs R Chambers, do, 2 do; T Cochran,
do, 4 do; B F Foster,do, 1 do; Harper
& Garter, 1 do; G R C Todd, 5 do: T
A E, 3 do; G Folder, 8 do: A F Fclder,
3 do; T J Allcorn, 24 do; T B Sanders,
3 do; Z A Stamps, 1 do; Est Felder, 1
do: Mrs Baldridge, 1 do; J Lancaster,
2 do; J R Randle,. 3 do; J E Princc, 1
A Griffin, 2 do.
H. H. BOONE,
ftifotyeij S)i)5 Goi|t)seiioir j|f
OFFERS to practice in the first Judicial Dis-
trict, and in tho counties of Hams, Grimes
BELLVILLE & HEMPSTEAD,
may28-ly Austin County, Texas.
F. J. CO.OKE,
Kofyl'D Wlic. 6ei)ehl ftgenf *
ESIDENCE—Two miles North of Hemp-
stead, Austin County. I will give prompt
attention lo all business entrusted to me. my28
Is still open for tho reception of visitors,
whore tho proprietor is prepaced to take all
styles of pictures known to the Photographic
Art, cheap for cash.
All aro invited to call and examino speclmons,
whether they wish Pictures taken or not.
jar Instructions given In all the different
branches of Photography at reasonable rates,
jel-ly J. MORRELL, Artist.
3 Door< West of Bush <b WilsonWarehouse
GEO. WEATHEB1E, having per-
manAitly located in this
for the manufacture of
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
¡í| smj} jmwefii of
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Faints, Otis, Sec., Sta.,
LIQUORS AND PROVISION*,
IRON, WAILS 4- CASTINGS.
THntO SPRING STOCK!!!
From the first to the fifteenth
of June, we shall be In reoeipt of another
liArKe and General amort uient ot
Lowells, Brown and Bleached Shirtings & Sheet-
TICKS, CHECKS AND STRIPES;
Drillings, Cottouadest Osnaburgs, Ducks;
EVERY VARIETY OF NEW PRINTS;
The very latest and most fanblonabie styles of
MUSLINS, ROBES (in overv variety) SILK
TISSUES, AC., 40.
A heavy variety of
LACES, EDGING & TRIMMINGS;
A full assortment of Wottk Goods:—
LINENS, JACONETS, SWISS, MULL AND
Musquito Bars and Netting;
EXPANSION, MAY QUEEN & BRIDAL
A beautifhl assortment of
LINEN CAMBRIC & SILK HANDK'FS;
Men's, Women's and Children's Hosiery.
a full and well mad!
STOCK OF CLOTHING:
The last agony of the "Kiss Mi Quick" Bonnet
In the Hardware Line.
IRON! IRON! IRONI a heavy Stock.
TIN, CROCKERY, STONE & WOODWARE,
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Bacon, Salt, Riee.
100 Boxes Tobacco, ossoi ted qualities.
100 Barrels Whisky,—(Pure Bourbon)
SO Casks Biundy; assorted.
100,000 Real Spanish Cigars.
MISCELLANEOUS BUNK AND SCHOOL BOOKS.
Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron,
would solicit the attention of Dealers and others
Particular attention paid to It O O FIN O,
GUTTERINO and other Job Work.
THE UNDERSIGNED having found in this
vicinity, a most superior _ j*.
article of Potter's clay, will soon SNyBfe
id to engage extcn-
¡n the manufacture of
en vessels or ware of ovdry
description—and knowing the
ity of Texianain eneoijacbig hi
he confidently solicita the entire support of the
public in this enterprise.
Order* from merchants throughout the coun
try, are specially solicited, and will receive
prompt attention. WM. 0. KNOX.
Hempstead, June 1st., 1859 ly.
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
HUBBY & SCHINDLER,
STEAM MANUFACTORY OF
Comprised in part of
J^LL KINDS OF TURNING DONE, AND
orders promptly attended to.
In thfi house formerly occupied by Dr. i
"W^fcprleei, CofToe, I
up, Molusses, Flour, litu
Mackerel, Soda, Sal 1
Dried Peaches, Uasins, ]
Butter Crackers, Pepper, I
Candy, Tobacco, Caudles,
Brooms, Tea, R
Oysters, Saitllnes, CiUer, Claret wl
Padlocks, Molasses Gates, Candle
eta, Coffee mills, Patent and oomn
Irons, Pocket and table knives and
sors, Combs, 11ns, Buttons, Thread,
Paper, Water, proof and common
Caps, Spurs, Pouclls, Cups and
mon and Granite 1'lates, Pitchers, Mugs,
ets, Tin Rasons, Dlabes, Looking ""
Steads, Chairs, Clothing and hats of
every description, Umbrellas, Shoes and
Boots of every description, Wash boards,
Ox bows, Domestics, Brown and Bleached
Osnaburgs, Hickory shirting, Striped Do-
mestic, Muslins, Muslins in patterns and _
printed, Robes, Glughams, Calicóes, Llnoñs, Ta-
jé cloths and Towels, Check Dusters aud Black
Laco Mantillas, Veils, Ladles Hats, Stockings,
Gloves, Ribbons, Garret's snuff, and various other
articles In tho Dry Goods and Grocery line.
The above articles will always bo found on
band at the lowest Cash prloes, at
«RATE'S CASH STORE.
ronage hitherto recuived, I
portunity of announcing to them that 1
Beat Bread and Confeotionery
In town, having procured the services of a No.
All kinds of 1
W. AHRENBECK & BRO.,
Carriage and W'agon
Corner Main and Thirteenth Street
ARE prepared to do all work in their line in tho
most Substantial ¡Wanner,
They will keop constantly on hand, articles of
their own manufacture, such as
PLOWS, :::::::: i : ¡ ¡ : HARROWS
AND ALL KINDS OF
Also, IRON AND STEEL; all qualities.
JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
WE return our thanks to our friends for tho
patronage heretofore extended to us, and
solicit a continuation of it. junely
w. h. wolfson,
LEWIS & WOLFSON,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
G L O THING.
HATS and CAPS,
r. wy «s- mm 4
WOODEN, TIN AND HARDWARE,
8 TO VES.
BAGGING, ROPE, ate., etc.
Persons before purchasing elsewhere, will save
money by calling at the well-known establish-
ment, where goods are offofed at
XTTE respectflilly call the attention of Our
VV .Customers and Planters before soiling
their COTTON, WOOL, HIDES, Ac., 4cl, to
the feet that we are paying the
BEST MARKET PRICE.
Also advances made on Cotton shlj
informs the citizens of
Hempstead and the
the country generally, that he is prepared to
furnish Articles In his particular line, In quanti-
ties to suit purchasers, such as
IE* v ©" or vea
J Y AN OH, In
• the public for
. ' ■aSKS.
l . , j
NEXT DOOR TO THE
GROCERY AND PltÓVISION
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE oponed on tho
West side of tho Depot Square In the town
of Hempstead, an establishment for tho sole of
where they will keep on hand
A CONSTANT SUPPLY
of all articles usually kept hi a concern of the
klud, which they will sell at the lowest
They will pay cash or I
Pecans, Wool or any Coi
the name of
i heretofore existing
lush, Wilson ft Car., is
day dissolved by mutual consent.
N. W, BUSH.
W. O. G. WILSON,
june 1-ew W. B, YOUNG.
The BtORAOE, FORWARDING k COM-
MISSION BUSINESS will be continued by
undersigned, who alone are authorised to
tho claims of the late firm.
juel-tf BUSH k
WOULD respectfully say to the dthsens of
Hcmpsteiid, and tho traveling community,
that he now has both of his lAvery Stable open,
in whloh he is prepared to foed horses by day,
month or year, on the best
CORN, FODDER AND
at the shortest notice, bat or
BUGGIES, HACKS and G¡
Oue Stable is in the rear
other at the upper end of the
Both Stables are connected -
- ' V;
Iodide of Potass.. j
where tho traveling eon
STEAMBOAT STYLE, at the i
mayM-Hr . m. MíÉ
w. n. -
posite the establishment óf
Ahrenbeck It Bro., where hois preparad to do all
work in his line In the very best stylo.
Guns and Pistols repaired at shortest notice,
and in a substantial manner.
Pitee* tosuit the times.
third of this
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