The Tri-Weekly Times. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1856 Page: 4 of 4
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Capital Vtkt >140,000.
t,3SO Pllitt—Prize $40.
3kre than one I*rize t<y every ten Tickets I
Georgia Lottery! Í
[Arthorized by the State of Georgia.]
¿fart ©aitui ^takmu folftnr
To be drawn in the City «f Atlanta Georgia, in
Friday, October 2Í, l* 5Cy
^e ^plait of §tnnlt ®am!icrs!
30.000 TICKETS—8?JW0 ÍRÍZES!
PE12ÜS AMOUNTING 70
Will be distributed according to the fallowing
1 Priao of $40,000 i* $40,000
1 " 12,000 is 12,000
1 u 5,000 is 5,000
1 u • 2,000 is x 2,000
1 " 1,000 U v 1.000
-* •" 1,000
10 Prizes of 200 aro 2.000
ltd " \<& aro JO, 000
125 * 7-0 are 7,000
4 prizes $í50iapprox,ing to $50,600 prize
''j®* Whole Tickets, ~
Plan óf the Lottery.
The Numbers from I to 30,000, corresponding
with the Numbers on tho Ticket printed on se-
paratf-s¿ips of paper, nre .encircled with small tin
tobes, aaib$Jhc*tr in one wheel.
The first' 216 Prizes, similarly printed and en-
circled, are placed in another «heel*
The wheels are then sevoivedy and * number is
drawn from the tfheeíof Numbers, and at the saine
time a Prize is drawn from tbe other wheel; The
number and Prize drawn out are opened and ex-
hibited to the aüdlénce, and registered by tbe
Commissioner, the Prize beiug placed agaiu3t the
number draWri". This operation ia repeated until
all the Prizes arc drawn-out.
ArirsoxncATio* Paizrfr.—The tíwo proceeding
afid tbe two succeeding ifumfesrs to those drnwmg
the brat 16 Prizes will be entitled to the 61 ap-
proximation Prizes, according to tbe Scheme.
3,000 Prizes of ^t0 will be determined Iiy the
last figure of the number that draws the $40,000
prise. For example, if the nnmber drawing the
$50,000 Prize ends -ith No. 1, then all the Tickets
where the NO. ends in 1 will be eotitled to $40.
If the number ends in No. 2, then all' the Tickets
where theisnmber ends in 2'wiíl be entitied'to $40,#
and so on to 0.
As. by this Scheme,, one ticket in every 10- u
guaranteed to draw $40, we will sell Certificate of
Package* af 10 tickets (where the numbers end in
l, 2, 3,'4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0,) at the following ratea
which is the risk on them:
All that they ¿raw-over the amount guaranteed
accrues to the purchaser.
Certificate of package of 1$ whole tickets $30
* «- ** 10 hall u ...«. '£<*
« M " 10 qnartef* I 15
■It will be perceived by till* plan that for $60 the
purchaser has a Certificate of 10 tickets, when it'
be bays tickets he would only get for that sum 6
wholes, thus by buying certificates he ka3 four
more chances* for the iarger prizes—halves and
quarter packages in proportion. .
Ia ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the
money to our address for the tickets .ordered, on
reoeipt of which they will be forwarded .by first
The list of drawl* numbers and prizes will be
forwarded to purchasers immediately after the
Purchasers will please write their signature
plain, and give their Post. Uffice, County and
ffgT Remember that every PHze is drawn, and
payable in foil without deduction.
BUT All Prizes of $1,000 and under, paid im-
mediately after tbe drawing —other Prizes at tbe
usual Mtae of thirty days, in fui!- without deduc-
All communications strictly eonSdeotiak
Prize Tickets cashed or reached inwther Tickets
Orders for Tickets can be add*rs edeitke to
. S. SWAN A CO:, Allanta* Ü+.
- 3"7:tv or S- SWAN. JfontTomeru.Aia^
8. S. SIClIOiS. THOMAS WILSON
\7ICHOIjS A WILSON, Wllolcsal* and Rotail
|\ Druggists, importers of. FreUcb, English and
Mediterranean Drugs, Chemicals, Liquors, etc.—
General Dealers in all kind of Patent Medicines,
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps, Jewelry, Fkhcv Groce-
ries, etc., etc. Commerce street, Lavd£ar Texas.
November 11,1S54. 50:ly
JPLASr & IH3CEIY-
• ING FORWARDING, and COMMISSION
MERCHANTS, Lavaca, Texas. Will make liberal
advances on consignments to Messrs.Brodie A Pet-
tes, or Plant Bros., New Vork, or to their friends,
New Orleans. tttsL N. B. Groceries and Planta-
tion supplies furnished for cotton, or other produce.
April 26 ; n20—ly
WOOL CARDING. Fhk & Ezcll are now
T t prepared té Card Wool, at Fiskville., on Mill
Cstrie, seven miles North-West from Anstin.
TfcuSS.—Ote- third of the rolls, or 12* cts per lb.
The owners of the Wool to furnish grease or
par for the same. Cort ground for one-eighth.
Bed-teads, Chair , and all kinds of furniture for
sale Low for Cash. Wagotí3 add carriages made or
repaired, "to orfer. April 26: n20—ly
Plantation for Sale.
I WILL expose to public sale on Monday, 17th
day of November next, 640 acre3 of land, .200
acres in cultivation, nadar afiVst-rate cedar fence :
good; frame HoUM with four roomsframe negro
cabins, smoke boü&eand barn; it being tbe place
upon which I reside, eight miles northeast of Aus-
tin, on Big Walnut Greek, Travis couitty. It has
a good spring of never-felling water in the yard,
and several other gM>d springs on; tbe place, and
a plenty of .fire wood. Persons wishing to pur-
chase would do well to calí and examine the prop-
erty. For health, farming and stock purposes, it
cannothe excelled by any plantation in the State
Corn and fodder, teams aabd tools, can b« had with
the place, if «fcsired*-
Terras cash. Í. A. BURDlTT.
I will lease the plantation, with ten hands, pre-
vious to the day of sale, from one to five years.
J uly 5 no3 O tds J. A. 0
A LL kinds of paoperty bought and sold on com-
J\. mission by FINN IN &CARR.
Public sales every Saturday. n5 Austin
e a!Woted wfrn rtrar «res
when by co(ming to our Drug üíore
and investing 25 cents vow can ritt yourself of the
pest. " BAKER k SMYTH,
.Sign of the Mortar, Pecan-St., Austin. n26tf
TO TRAVELLERS IN ÍEXAS
Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest Route to
the Coloradó and Brazos Valleys, Aus-
tin and Western Texas, via Buffalo
Bayou, Brazos and Colorado
Frónr* FTATtRiSBTfRG ¡ cooneeting with New
Orleans k Galveston and Galveston Bay C. S.
Mail Steamers; and at Richmond with stages to
Austin and to Gonzales, and intermediate points.
Cars leave TTarrishvrg each dar/, (except Tuesday and
Thursday.) at 8 eftloclt, A.
Leave Richmond ;.. at 1 o'clock, P. II.
Pas?engers for Atistin, Ac., leave Galveston
Tuesdays and Saturdays, taking Cars at Harris-
burg, and stages at Rhhmond the following days.
Gonzales Stage lea\ c>á Richmond' Sundays,
fsa^THROUGH TICKETS from Austin and
intermediate points, by F. P. SAWYER'S Stages
and RAILROAD, may be obtained by applying"to
Finnin & Carr, Austin, Texas.
JNO. A. WILLIAM3,
nlí tf B B.B k CRailwav. '
r>EY. RUFUSC. BURLESON, A. M. President,
% aird Professor of the Spanish and Ancient
Languages and Belle Letters.
Mr. G. L. Morgan, A. B., Professor ofMathemat-
Dr. David R Wallace A M., Professcr of Natural
Sciencexand the French Language and literature.
Mr S. EH- Rowe, A B., Assista&t of Languages.
Mr. J. L. Smith, Principal of tbe Preparatory
The SpririgTerm opeded on the first Monday in
Mareh, and thtf Pail Term on the first Monday in
The Institution w in a flourishing condition,
with an able faculty, and all the classes rcguUriy
The village of Independence is unsurpassed for
health, quietness arid beautiful scencry.
Tuition in the Preparatoi^ Department $26 a year
In tbe Collegiate...% yamr
Board in excellent families for $10 and Vf2'a
month.. Feb 2, S ly
N- tíTíCE—All persons having unsettled accounts
with the subscribers sre requested to c^ll
€. aRAKDOLPU, ¿
WflLh PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND
v f inferior courts of Travis and tbe adjoining
bounties. He will aive special attention to busi-
ness before the Court of Claim .
ns nr^sRS- TO
D. C.Hyde k Co . IsW fórf: W. VI. Smith,
Esq., Mobile; A. H. Eraos. Esq^ Washington city;
Hons. II. ¿M. Potter, Galveston f A. E. Palmer,
Houston ; H. R. Runnels, Boston (Texas); J. W.
Throckmorton, McKinney ; S. A. Maverick, San
Antonio; S. Crosby, Com. Gen. Land Office; Win.
Fields, Liberty; I). C. Dixon, Anderson ; F. M.
White, Texana, and members of the Sixth Legisla-
ture- Sept6 1856 n39 ly
¿"1 EO. F. LAMPfcl\, Dental Sur-
V.T ffe°n, respectfully informa the cit>*¿ffl*ñ^
7,ens of Austin, and tho public generally,
that he is permanently located bore, and will devot#
his entire attention to the practice of bis profes-
sion in ail its various branchca. Office on Pecan
street, two doore below tbe Missouri House.
QMITll'§ IKOTEI^—IIating tak
O house, lately knovn ns tbe Mctropcli
tan Hotel, I am now having it repaired and
renovated, and shall furnish II anew; when
these arrangements shall have been «omp iwqp
shall tlicn be enabled to accomodate beard? a^dt
traveling customers in a manner which, I hope,/
will be satisfactory to all. I shall spare no pains'
or expense to keep upon my table all theeatablee'*
afforded by the market—shall give every rtquicito-
attention to secure the comforts and convenient
of my patrons and shall endeavor to give them
the full worth of their monéy.
Attached1 to tbe premises is a large and coñac -'
dious stable where Hdifcésr Will'be received and ta-
ken care of by an experienced estler.
The ¿bove establishment will be open for tb#
reception of customers on the 1st day of A
1856. nistf K. B. S.M
TEE unf'd-signed would respectfiilly inform thi
citizens o^ Austin and vicinity, that he hat
taken a store on thé avenue, nearly oppbsitc the
Hall House, where he has a general assortment of
Groceries and Provisions, consisting in part at
follows: flour, sugar, coffpé, molasses, sugar-
cured and plain líame, bacou, bird, lard oil, can-
dles, soap, pine-apple an-J Engíüéíi dairy chee&«,
mackerel in kits and half barrels, rice, vine^á^
carbonate of soda, pepper, spice, powder, snot'and
elad, dried apples and peaches, ¿c. He has also
a good assortment of liquors, brandy fcuite. Wines,
Loudon porter, segavs, chewing and smoking to-
bacco, wooden ware, brooms, Manilla rope, Ac.
He intends making this a permanent location,
and will be constantly in receipt of fresh goods
from New Orleans, and solicits a shine of the pub-
lic patronage. C. SPALDING.
Pecan Street, Austin. Texas
Nov. 10. 49:Ij
ALFRED t. JAMES, Real Estate Bro-
ker and General Agent, Gcixetton, Texas, and
ComittllsiSMer of Deeds for tk* Statu 9/
and settle immediately.
April 21, 1855. 20:tf.
E. k A. TEN EYCK-
I UAVC FOL'i\!> IT Having discovrred
a ^>rocess for £>KSTRUYING TüE (ÍRAZiNG
or CUTTING ANT, and having- settrred .the same :
in the Patent Office, at Washington, 1 take irreal
HEXItr A. 8AMP8O.V. BENJ. A*. BOTTS
ENRY SAMPSON k CO., Fjricardiny and jT\
Commission Merchaiito, £1
Houston. Texas; Dealars in Groceries, Liquor?, w
Segar , Tobacco, Dry Goods, Hardware, Bagging,
Rope, and general Plantation Supplies.
:jp- Cash advances made on Cotton, WopU pjcasure^^ pre.ei.ting it to^the publia
nides Ac. consign^, on storage or for shipment ; Ces«con^nf a Engine andOhemicnl Componnd ! 1^ <r
to Boston New l ork, or New Orleans. | bv which a deadly ga £s generated, and forced
j«ne into tbe recesses of the enemy. I warrant it to i.e
M. IV. TOWSIsEMiv
Successor to JVr. Town send',
lEALEP. IN DR-UGS, MEDICINES, GHEMT-
cals, Perfumery, Hnd Fancy Article , Slaw,
Glassware. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, and
Patent Medicines. Sole agent for the rale of Dr.
Christie's Galvanic Curatives and M&íoheüd's
Also, Hardware. Cutlery, NhHs, Saddle and" Har-
ness Leather and Trimmings,' and Carriage Jur-
Sh'-et Music and Musical '.nsttnments.
Also, Swedes, Tennessee and American .íro*:
Cast, German. Spring, and 6lab steel.
M. W. T. will coniponnd prescriptions at all
hours of the day or uight, from Schieflhn's extra
dra$< June7 n26
LOST—the Headright Certificate of Joshua. C.
Reynolds, rbr «40 acres of land, as ucd: by
the Board of Land Commissioners of Harris Coun-
ty, on thé 31st day of May, A. p. 1848—No. 894.
If not heasd from, in the tiuw prescribe'! by kw,
I shall apply to the proper office for a duplicate
for the saina.
W. B. COVFNGTÓN.
Lampasas, SepL Ztst, 1856. 42:60d
"V17E tbe undersigned inform the citizens gener-
▼ f ally that we have Jnofrreceived a new Btock
of Good*, consisting, of Staple'Dfy Goods, Boots,
Siioes, Clothing, Hats, Crockery, WoodWare, and
most any article tnat can be**foun l any where
else, whieb we will sell cheap for cash. We take
Hides, Pecans, Ac., iu trade at cash prices=
KAHN k SWART2?.
Aastij , Sept. 27.—42-3m.
IE ML JOU.VÜOS K CO.- '
y AVE ILKMO<RO TO GLASSGOCK'S BRICK :
XX building^ fhmerlv oempiod> bj Tmbue k |
(5>., on Congress a*enue„ where they will lie.]
pfeised to see a!! their old friends and "cu; tower-, I
and *n ethers' whe wish to buy g >odj rl,~¡p f ,r j
Ctfjsh. Sr 11 tf !
\TOTiCr-A persons Indebted -to rue will
please call'and se:t!e on or before the first of
September next, and save unnecessary cost. After
that time, all my business wHi he settled by my
agent, J'. W_KJ44T'lf. —J;. MOKH. ¡ 7 - ,—-— —;—• -7 >■, ■■ ■■ ■—j -
Aaatltt-. Jiity 32,1RM. I„!r 26 n « 3m ! chemical compound can b- had at my store in this
¡ in n.nr miHnfilv h Trr tr-stiif.nni,.!-. '
effectual—no htimbug—and to be entirely free from
any deleterious influence upon the health of «be
operator. The engine weighs about .50 lb*., u
easy of construction, is-panahle,«and C:m be made
h* a c*Umet mult * nr ^nvniii're T1-.a 1
FINNIN A Co. having changed the name
of flie firm, will ro*tv«ue the Auction and
Commission business uniíér the' name and stvle of
June 2 Ut, 1855. 29 tf _ F>NftlN A CAR4t.
a\ a. uaíipsth-
E. «. *AVRT. *. CATKU,
CEKERA L LAND J&EXCY.
if'ARPKR,-JM AfiER, * CATER. r)„;
I.t)CATKf> l.V TltF. CilY O^ AUslTat 1** , oe fte United State#. '
for the iiuroose ot doinir a Genera"
. fJan. 6,^55.
JOHN A. PULK, PROPRIETOR, AUSTIN.
This' well known hotel (latei/ kept by
Mr.B.B. Smith) has been thoroughly clean-
ed and renovated, and is now prepared for
the accommodation oí tbe public.
The table will be eapplied with the best the*
Hi Beds &&d Bedding trill be found clean and
c mfoi table.
Tbe undersigned flatters himself that he will b*
able to give entire satisfaction to all wao may fa-
roe him wiih their patrtiUaQft.
JnneH n26 JOHN A*. POLK. Proprietor.
J. DOl^LA^ BROnA,
GENERAL im AGENT
Collector of Claim* oyainst thi State 0/
Tt&tts, vud the Government of
the United JStoUs,
GENIAL LAND AGENCY OPKICS,
AISTIA - - TEXAS.
nUYS, Salie, Locates, Redeems, Pays Taxes,
iJObtaw* Patent , Ihvcstigat.s and Psrlects
Titles to Larfd iu tbe'SUR of. Texas.
$@T Gels out United States Buunty UndiWor^
rauis, or Texas Latid Certificate , buys, sc&. or
bas the same located. I ^
Snperinwnds the'investigation and p«r-
fectiou of Laud "Sit es in any of tbe States uf<
Union. . J
Sf?3u Colleer soldiers' pay and penricrs.
pro3ceutcs e^ery class of (.'lainis agaiusi
dise. Htonstbt . Teafsw.
M. R1CE A CO., Grocers, Druygimts,
m, and dMkrs in éverv variety of Merchan-
inne 10. 28:lv
pleasant and desirable Hotel will
_ be continued by Mr '. E. 11. Ilolman. ¡ísk
Shé will >He pleased V entertain her old 8=8*
friends and thc paWie.- Sho will spare no pains
to make tfieir stay pieasnnt an<l agreeable. There
is ar stable attachedfo" the boa and a first rate
hostler iu attendance;
Austin, October 1, 1856.—43-3m
Caution to Stock Raiders.
SCREW WORMTXP BLOW FLY
Louden a c^s chssrok-ck lixiüent.
/ the original discm ery, and the only reliable
article foe the immediate destruction-of the screw
worm and blow fiv.
This Liniment has now itcti before tlie citineas
of Texas -for oter tfirce years, and has been thor-
oughly tested as a positive and speedy extermina-
tor of those destructive vermin.
Louden k Co. justly claim the discovery of this
great remedy, and untiltHetprtt'dnt fe*rr noothtr
liniment was offered or known for the-reJi^f of the
graziers of Texas; but now tho unprecedented
popularity of our Cherokee Liniment has induced
—efar ihepecuniary reward—the proprietors of the
vaste* imitations afloat, to palm off their worth-
less articles upou^he unsuspecting, without regard
to Justice, or any known merit in the nostrum of-
We call upon aft interested to
Beware of ail otEier Liniments
clajmiag to destroy the screw worn, and prevent
the attack of the blowfly, as they are all mere im-
itations, covertly to trifle with tho credulity of the
people. As designieg persons have inútaWd our
Snimeot, they will doubtless try to imitate oar
OIUGINAL SHOWBILL AKD BULLOCK,
the better to cover their deception. Wo' refer to
the following well-known gentlemen in Texas-
many others might beuamed—who will vouclrfor
the signal efficacy of our Liniment r
Dr. W. Htnry Eliot, and Roberts A Co., Hous
ton ; Dr. Francis T. Dhff&u, Austin; Hon. D. C.
Dickson, Anderson ; Rognn A Hepptííjsrall, Lock-
hart ; Dr. John Sutherland, Bexar Co.: T>r. C. B.
Stewart, Danville; M. C. A It. L. Roger?, and
Myer3, Simons A Co., Iluutsvilffc; Dr. T. S. Walk-
er, Gonzales ; *>r. E. B. Anderson, Seguin ; Dr.N.
D. Labadie and Dr. Southwick, GaUeston -t S. S.
Nichols, Brenham; D. M. Wbaley A Co, Centro-
Tille; Dr. Jno. Toliver, Columbus ; Chambers A
Adums and McMaban-, McParland A Co., Rit-h-
mond ; Dr. W. B. Davis A Co. HalIeUsville ; J.
M. Reuos A 6b., IntHanelw; Wm. Johnson. Kauff-
rnari ;■ B. S. WalcM, Hooey Grove ; Dr. D. G. Gre-
gory, La Grange ; Dr. E. F. Heard, Leona ;' Grey
A WHlard, Matagoída; Dr. F. Beaumont, Lavaca;
Df. J. L. Sears and 0. It. Ifobby A Co., Waco.
Kreekeuridgo, Bates A Co., and Coleman A Bro.'
Texana; J. M. Denne A Co., San Antonio, and
Dr. B. F. Rucker, Washington.
0<ir Cherokee Linimeut may be had of mer-
chants and druggists in ncarlv evcrv town in
PrcpanH onTi" by P.Oü&BN & CO:r
I S4 Aeeh ?c., Philadelphia.
For tal hw T. F. DTjFFAU,
Sep 20&A1 2a Canirresa annun
place ih any quantity needed. For testiinouI..lii J Agei.cv and l.and Locating business. TheÍF*su
sec printed circulars. D*. G.- GREGORY, M. l>. j ^sal Iittentiou will be given to Locating and Sur-
Ltttílrangé. April 26, n20—tf ; veying Lands, procurhifr Patents, investigating
. ^ „ ri. -and perfectfirg Land Tilles, bnving and selling
\ J)eftlrp i?_Real .«sfat®* Í Land. paying taxes. Ac., Ac. Prompt «ti'mtioi
, Dealer in Real instate.
. — „ San Marcos, Haya County, Texas, will keep
•onitaiitfy 011 baud for sale on reasonable terms, a
large quantity of valuable'lamkj siuihted in di>3er-
ent parts of the State, particularly in \\ . Texas, in
Tracts to suit purchasers, r.nprovcd or mrhwprov-
ed. Laud certificates-p*¿¥rbased at the highest
aiarket-psice. Afeo wiif attend strictly to' locat-
ing, surveying and procuring patents for lauds.—
! Good locations insured or u<o pay required. Will
t lor.-itefi* money oran isterest in the land; also
I will act as a^ent f-.r the sa?e of Real Estktc, pay
j tuv , investígate Land Titles, Ac. -Office on San
Autotiio street, town of San Marcos. 12y 1
QUÍ'ERIOR CORN MILLS^Manufactured lin
O Houston, Texas, by II kwfs a Ha rt;ay. These
Mills-are not excelled by any tluit \are built in or
brought to'the State for fast grinding, durability
and cheapness; and are easier to manage and
keep in order than any other.mill now iu use.-*-
The capacity of these mills can be increased to al-
most any extent, by an increase of power and
speed; or, can be worked with light power, by
diminishing tb^ speed and qwantity c£ work. The
26, 28 and 30 inch Mills wo cuueider tlie best
siaeior water or steam power. 20 and 22 inch
M¿Usar. adapted for horse or other light power,
and the 21 inch Mill for light steam or heavy ani-
The above Mills leave the manufactory complete
in every part and ready for grinding when attach -
ed to appropriate power.-nrui cun as per printed
instructions accompanying each Mill. Price $5
perinch-^-10 per cent^ deducted owcasb sales, at-
All orders thankfully received and promptly .
tended to. march 17.'55. KV.tff
The subscriber would respect-
fully inform the citizens of Travis
county, that he is prepared to execute any work in
this line *f business, as promptly and cheaply as
it can bo done in the,place. He invites the public
to call and examine his work and prices. Shop
011 Congress Avenue, three doors below F. T. Dut-
fau's Drug Store. THOS. M. BOST1CK.
Austin. Jan. 20. 1854. &:lv
X * 4 "
given to tbe proserutipit of jul claims for bead-
right and .'bortoty against fia*"State of Texas, be-
fore tht* Court of Claims recently established, and
bounty warrants against thtf'United Sutos Govern-
All business faithfully,and'promptij attended to
E. 55. M ISER.
ATT&RXLY AT LAW,
Will.gkve strict attention to.aü iiisincss entrusted
to him or thc.firm in the Second and Third Judi-
Shelley k Carriagtoft. Hamilton, Chandíer k
Co., HaraUjíín, Flóurtioy k Roh^-ts, .mad W. L.
Hill, Austin, Texas; Hon. Elihn Williams, San
Augustine ; J. R. McCowu, Corpus Chris ti; W. A.
Tarltnn, Marshall; Guy M. Bryan,"Brazoria; Mr
M. Y. McMahan, Riclimond ; Wsosrs. McMahan A
Gilbert, Galveston; A. J. Walker, Lavaca ; Mc Ki-
rov A Bradford, New Orleans*; John BodeU, Mobile,
August 16th, 1&58. a36- ly
r^OR SALE.—A desirable faowly resi-
dcnce, well improve<l, situated on the
opposite side of the river from the city
Austin. Also, seventy acres of land near, but net
adjoining the above.
For particulars enquire of Dr. 3. K. Jennings, St
his residence, or the undersigned, at his office in
Austi . P. B, CALHÜCN.
Auc23 n^7 tf
A. fAlDMBERCH, Dealer in
^ - Groceries & Provisions, Commeru
my- Hides and Peltries wanted; 2:tL
I. b. CttAITf. B. W, t/ÜKM.
CHA IK and DtSX, Dealers in Dry Goods
Clothing, Boots Shoes /fats, .Hardware, Cut-
lery, Produce, Groceries; Ac. Ac.
7/aving just completed their Wharf and Ware-
house, are now prepared to carry on a General
Reeeivirjp, Forwarding and Commission Business,
at Crain's new building, corner * Commerce and
Austin streets-, Lavaca. Tfxas.
StaH" A general assortment o< Lumber at $22
ncr M. 2fi.tf
15. P. HOLL í NG S WO RITE A CO„
ftP.lSFRA L JL A \ 0 A WE XT S,
rTLL attend tobwsiaeaa iu the Commissioner
. . Court of Claims, Gener*d Land OlKwe
Treasurer's ami Conijitrollers Oiliccs, Locate Cer-
tificirtes for an iaiercas cc oneyr buy naá selL
Members of the Legislature.
Hon. S. Crosby, C mmis8 Bér Gew. Laid Off.
Hon. S. A. Maverick, San Antonio.
Hon. J. AY. Flanagan, Henderson.
REFERS TO ^ -
The Meads of .Departir ■ nt, Austin City, Tei *^
the Member of rhe- Legisla:«lire, Bnrim-.- awl" '
Profossional Geritlemen in Wwtrrn Tt-x*-, ?!
Repreaentatiees' and Senators in ('onrf fv front.
Texao .and Kuatiicky. Hon. J< l.nt Í! *nij Bfu*n,
Galveston, Texa ra d Hon. ,^j<!rrw Neitt, S« guiu.
Texas. June 7, laáC. u2ti—'y.*
PSÍN1N A" fíARR keep onrandapeneríil «**on-
ment of Staple and Pau*-* F rv CnodW. Sh< < *
Hat , r« dy mude Clothing. íiartigare,
Cigan At, Any *rf theabov^ jcoods we ran -
private le, lower than the Jcoue articl*- caa bo
piwehasH elsewhere las this ci v. tf
THE undersigned lost in _
GeorwSown, three hor-t
P i n ni n & € a r r
Aoctlon and Coram Stolon
NT) Genl. Aprents—will attend punctually tc
. ^ « all business entrusted to them, (ronsicrn.
j menis of goods closed at «hori notice, and
' t r\f rar^rrt<<^
THE ELEVENTH SESSION OP THIS INSTI-
tution will open on Monday. September 1st,
¡ respective department being under the charge of
j the Rev. J. Carmer and lady, assisted by a ftill
! corps of experienced teachers.
The Academy building is large and pleasant,
and the laboratory well supplied with apparatus.
The two departments of thii academy will be
Charges from $12 50 to $25 80 per «essica—
pavment required at the close.
i instrumental music, French, Spanish, Drawing,
Painting, and Embroidery extra.
Pupils charged from time of ontnancf, and no
¿prim*! inr. tna.de. save in case ol nroti toted" ill-
Board can be
private families at
Jul* 26 rtimf
FANNIN HOUSE, Fannin Street, lloueion.
v."- SrS1 Baggage conveyed to and from the .
ac- * boats free of charge. W. B. WALKK—,
irAr^li 17.'. !S5.tf. Pronrifctor,
— —_ — of the fcfiówinr
One cream eelored horse, ei^ht or nine y<-«rr
old, tenuand aJto«kt hand iufch. Sax man* and tail,
some-white on the fort-head, ¡s a aaiurtl p*crr,
work and rides well ; bus no marks or brands
that I remember.
One red sorrel horse, fifl-wn hand high, ten
years old,, blind in tho left eye. star iu the fore-
"head, one or two white feet, is heavj made, walks
well and wcrk fiuely.
One small heavy set roan pony, over twel*5
hand high, fourteen year old, Ueavy mane hang-
ing down on each side, short tail, and has la«f«
I will give rikty dollars reward far the delivery
of these horses to either myself at Ibis place, of
Captain Tucker Baylor, Elm creek, McLennan co.f
Jno. B. Anderson, Fayette eo.
J. M.R. BAYLOR,
July 12 tf nSf Comanch* Ag*nrv. tesis .
" " I'Aismiit.
IW Bi our.ing. Glazing. Paper lAan*
SinflT, JUS., neaúy, cheaply aad ti
1>. READ GAMBLE,
At the Old CapHol, west of tho Avonuo..
Stir Those wishing Signs, Ac, parted,
please eive me an earlv call. ["Sent. 2. HJ35- 3S^.
LOST.—The headrigh? certificate of Leandrr
Woods, being an augmentation certificate
360 acres, issued by the boaid of Land ^
sionera of Fayette county, No. fit, date not—
bered. If not heard from within th# time pre-
scribed by law, application will be máie for s du-
plicate. R4 BT. GRENN, Ag't of'beir*. •
Aufr23 n37 «
^TCTICB.—'The undnrcigned, baving returned
XX to Austin, may be found in his old shop, sec-
ond dour above WD- Csrrington's, Congress Av*-
nue, where he will clean,- repair, and warracS
clocks and watches, repair jewrky. musical
cut notarial seals, Ac.,.Jb©.
AntrSO n38 lv JC5?TAH RISHOP. .
GEORGK W. TAYLGK,
Atforney at Eaw,.
LECOMPTOX CITY K. T
GENERAL AGENT for Purchase, Sale, and
Location of Bounty Land ^Varraists. and a!
busihess connected with sueh an agency.
tancet for same made oa St. Loois, or any East*
City. IBu Refer to PTocutive and Judiciary ,
Kansas, T. S. Page, Ky., Hon. J. Simpson, K'y
Hon. J.M.Martin.Terns. Alav 21: n24—tf*
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