The Tyler Reporter. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1861 Page: 1 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
í í ' ^ hJti+g, kauuui^^J
Tyler, Smith County., Texas, August i£801,
THE TYLER REPORTER
Is published every Thursday,
f BY W. P. Hamilton & Co.,
At $2,50 per Annum)
And gives more and later news than any other
paper in Eastern Texas.
Having rcaolied a circulation far superior to that
ever before ei\joycd by auy paper in Tyler, the
Reporter offers the best advantages to advertisers.
EXTRAS wo promptly issued whenever t ie news
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TVLEIl, SMITH col'NTT, Tlill'i.
M. I. LONG.
R. U. HUBBARD.
LONG & HUBBARD,
Attorneys at Law,
"WILL practice in the Courts of the 9th Judicial
VT District, and in the U. S. and Federal Courts
at Tyler. [v5n41-ly]
j. W. Sl'AIUU.
E. 1*. Moons.
SPARKS & MOORE,
Sttnianjs k (Tnnnstlnrs nt lira,
QL'irMA.V, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS.
HAVING associated together in the 'practice of
Law, offer their professional services in any of
the Courts of the tit!). 8th, or 9th Judicial Districts,
and in the Supfrnie Court at Tyler.
as- Particular and faithfal attention will be
el ven to the collection of debts, and all other mutters
entrusted to them in cither the District or Probate
One of the firm can at ail timos be found at
their office, one door cast of the Post Office. [v5n44
W. P. de NORMAíTmÉT
attorney at law,
Wn.f. practice in the Federal Courts at Austin aad
jr. O. WALKKR. D- MAKLT.
WALKER A MANLY,
ATTORNEYS At LAW,
Vin29] HOUSTON, TKSAH.
^ (•?>% w. cyvwi- J' ♦'•WARpr.N'.
CHTLTON ft WARREN,
Will practice as Attorneys at Law, in (he counties
composing the fltli and 9th Judicial Disfrlcts. in the
State of Texas, and also in the Supreme and Federal
Coarte, at Ty'er, or any other Courts of the .State
where the importance of the ease justify them in
leaving their immediate Districts.
jstr Address the Arm at Tyler, Texas.
March 17, 185S~v3n27
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Wttx attend faithfully and promptly to all business
ntrusted to his care.
Tyler, Smith county, Texas, Jnne 17, 1856.
M. J. LAWKENCK, >1. 1).
It. A. PKl.TOS, M. l>.
DlvS. LAWRENCE & FELTON,
Physician*, Surgeons and
Office—At the Drug Store ofEI^LTON í- W 10-
G1NS. At night Dr. Lawrence may be found at
his residence—the house formerly occupied liy .Mr,
G. W. Bates—North-West corner 01' the Public
GOLDSMITH & DENTIST,
LATE (•!' LIVIX<is;V.\, TEW..
Is prepared to repair Watches and Jewelry with dis-
patch. His skill in the us" of Instrument* in silvev-
smithing, enables him to mount, 011 gold plate, very
complete sets of Artificial teeth, with clasps or by
A-taMHpberio Pre* < re. mi 1 to lill twin with gold
foil, or sponge gold. Ills instruments for extracting
teeth arc of the most approved style now in use.
All work entrusted to his cure will J>e promptly
and well executed.
,^3T"Ladies waited on at their residence when de-
ed. OBice, Tyler, Texas. May 1st 1S60.
1MIE e.vercUes of this Institution will comni"ticein
the town of Tyler, 1 u the 1st Monday InFebruu-
ry, 1 .-'(Si. As many aré aware, t :w College wa lo-
cuH d l the last jjes'i- of the Eitffi ru Baptist Con-
vention, and the undesigned were elect* (1 to take
charge nl' It. Wo wotttd say, that we will not dis-
appoint the confident 1 air brethren have put, in us,
tn make it u liist «•' .-i Col lega, Each of us is
bucked by the e\p"ri"i ce of years in tli'- .School-
room. and is sanguine 'n tito hopo of giving general
satisfaction to thiw.) v,;i.n may patiom/n ns. AVo
have seer.i\'l the lary . -ek building crcctrd by lint
M;\p bic fraternity in vli'ch to coauiicuee. Hoard
I can In* had in the luí n, ¡'. good families, ut $10.00
I per month, including washing mid fuel. As soon as
I a reaction lulo * pi 'n. 1. . .elaw afluir*. the brctn-
. ren ii -ign bnlirtuig 1: coinmuilim:.- guarding House
I Upon tli" Colli go pi ejiscB. The cxerel-a s will be
j di\ ideii into two Stssiens. each live months 1 irsi
! Session commencing Is- Monday in February, uml
1 ending the hint Juic Scrotal rommeivtiug 1 lir 1-t,
I Monday in September, and eliding the last of Jaiiu-
H. B. SLAUGUTER,
HAVING located perman-
ently at Tyler, offers his pro-
fessional services to the citizens of
Simi.il county. I will visit auy s"( tlon ot the udjoin-
ing country, whenever tiloso wisiiing my services
will make it to my interest to do so. My services
may be had by addressing me by letter or otherwise.
I may be found at my office at all thnes, when not
called off professionally.
All operations warranted—not only to stand, but
to give satisfaction.
/K&r Refer to any one for whom I have ever
rates op tuition.
1'uiMAiiY Clam—per iiiinum $211,00
Pi:t:r\it'.TOltY, •• •' -10.IMI
('um.komtk, " •• Mi.00
('oi.!.i;i:t: Mmtnri.ATto\ Kee, ii.oo
Incidental Expenses. ü.tHl
Pupil* will bi> charged from the time oí entrance
lo the end ii|" fhe S' ssio.i, No d. ilnction will'lio
mude except in coses of protracted 1< l<n ■ .
Wm. H. FlvATUKlLSTON,
vC-nls-fv. J. K. CI.AÜK.
nr. u.a. JIT. Walker,
Snrgeon & Obstetrician,
Office first door east of the Iiolman House.
TTLEH, SMri'U CO., TEXAS.
1 Will continue to devotn Iiíh entire attention to
i the practice of the various braiic! * of Ids ¡nofei-
¡ «ion. Ufllcn ou tlie tionUi miUm>I' the public ■ niiaii.
No. it CUSI of Uroaaway. Vtien- runV ulvwiys be
lounj Unless professionally absent.
H. D McGINMIS,
Y O. 30 fani] Sfrrrt, Ni w Orleans. The ¡-pccial
attention of Country M.'reliant * is enlli'd lo my
large stock of F.'.\C\ (.OOÜ3. In udditiou to my
extensive assortment of
Srkool Hooks and Stationery, nt whole-
sale. I have reeeivtil fnmi iJuiiipe and the North, r.
larg" variety of Si vi'l.K Kam y tinons, mic'i i'" et-ml*
brushes, siiiips. poniatnins. perl'iiun ry. MiisVal lu-
struuieiiis, Jtc. Also a spieiulM a. serunenl ul'
- fadii'L ffiülehi,
finported ilirict IV" 'i Korupe: fot'Mr-r with inanv
utlii 1 articles purc;m-«d • • \Iv 1'.>;• the 1 'inintr'.
trade: allot wiiish 1 «'ill sell 111 ¡ rie nineli lower
thiiii her, lofore sold at in the south. Merehunts I
and Heiijers can r. v e nine and money bv ,•!> ing ne
Louisville, Jály 16,-rTwo of Roaseau's Captain*
had a renionnter. One was trifllngly shot in the
Lead, and the other is in the In liana penitentiary.—
Tim catifi.' of Ujs difficulty waa, stealing each other'*
Joman A, Jeweft Is dead.
A trunk containing book and buttons was seized :
nt the depot here. Pistols were drawn, but not used, I
the owner of 1 lie triuk báng advlsi d that there was I
a masked batter of forty muskets bearing on him. 1
New York, July Hi.—The schooner Ella, front ]
Tump'eii lo New Vork, has been captured by privu- ■
tceif., oil' NeiOlTeails.
Ji leiwon City, Mo., July 10.—Four thousand Mls-
sourians have gathered nt Georgetown, with three
ph'C. s 0!' artillery. The people are Hocking to the
¡state standard, -y1.
Foil: s.sMotir? •. July IC. -RurscII, the corn' 7>on-
deut of the I.i'4«F)n times, t>ays tiiu Americans
cumps are worse t^V /Xhc Crimean.
Wiishlngton, Juiy ill.—House.—A bill passed
leaving out Ihe milliia to supjiress the rebclliai. The
niilitS are to be discharged within sixty days after
the meeting of next Congress unlesa Congress other-
The 51)0,000 military bill, with the Senate's
amendments, passed, uiul an additional amendment
that President select Brigadier-Generals and the
Major Generals I'roin the regular* ere to command >
the volunteers, who will resume their present rank I
ut tie- close nl" the war.
.S-'niiic—lift ckinridgu is speaking 011 the justifica-
llcnvy Loss toCapt. Good's Artillery.
Worej'ivt to 1' urn thntCapt. Good,of Greer's reg-!
imcnt, while on ihe v.itv from Dallas to Fort Smith,
lost i.'iiio jiound- of powder in crossing lied River.
The dispatch say* that, the powder wagon, in at-
tempting to cios* the liver, stalled* and was aban-
doned for the night ¡ and that during the night a
sudden and tremendous ris^camedown and swept off
the wagon wi ll lis entire contenta. Wc suppose it
was the artillery powder.
Again In Virginia.
&'SU We are permitted to inaite the following ex-
tract from a private letter, just received hem by
Messrs. lloren & Douglas :
.SuiiKvcroKT, July 21, 1201.
Mi.-srs. I;oi:kx l)oi oi.as —
O'.inM.: * * * We hare news this
morning of a general engagenient in Virginia- Gen.
luting in person—the Federalists Ue-
A Siumisu Ul'.—The New York New* thus sums
up the acts of the Lincoln Administration, all com-
mitted w i thin a very brief time :
Already we have had fh« sacred right of habmt
eorpu* violated ; a war levied and inaugurated with-
out the sanction of law ; troops enlisted for threo
years, contrary to law : a blockade declared with-
out legal authority; Slates Invaded uml their laws
violated by u Federal tinny, unconstitutionally en-
listed and called into the field; the private pupei'H
ofoitizi ns unwarrantable seized ; the uulawfiil seiz-
ure and imprisonment of citizens of different .Stati n;
the private residences of citizen* illegally invaded
and searched ; innocent women and children shot
down in the streets by a brutal soldiery ; the mob
spirit invoked and prompted to deeds of violenoe ;
the liberty i t speech and freedom of the press seri-
ously threatened and In some cases prevented ; al-
most every right which the American citizens have
been taught to consider sacred and inalienable bad
been truuipled upon by Mr. Lincoln or his Admin-
istration ; anil we ati- to be saddled with an emir-
morís national debt, to pay the expenses incurred by
these outrages on law and the constitutional sover-
eign lights of the people.
b aU'if u ¡t!¡ heavy loss.
IIOWKI.I. í¿ BLXKNER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will paactice in the Supreme and District Court ot
the State, and in the United States District Courts, of
the Western District of Texas.
¿tfr Office, at Tyler.
lept. 6, 1854. vlnl-tf
Donley & Anderson.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL practice in the District Courts of the Coun-
ties of Nacogdoches, Houston, Anderson, Hen-
derson, Kaufman, Van Zandt. Wood, l'pshur. Pano-
la, Rusk, Cherokee and Smith: and in the Federal
atid Supreme Courts at Tyler. j!Xt~ Address, S. P.
Donley, Tyler, Smith county, Texas; James m. An-
derson, Rusk, Cherokee county, Texas, [fi-33-ly.
W. 8. HERN DON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL practice in the Cth and 9th Judicial Dis
trie" ; and also In the Supreme and Federa
Courts at Tyler. * [0-8.]
S. M. WARNER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will nttend to any legal business which may be
entrusted to his care in any portion of Eastern Tesas
DAVENPORT & GOODMAN, .
PHYSICIANS k SURGEONS,
WILL promptly answer to all calis In
the line of their profession. They'
have formed % partnership for the practice
i the brick
I of Medicine and Surgery, and will be found
at all time, (unless professionally absent,)
at the Drug Store of Davenport & Co., in —..
' building on the North-West corner of .the Public
'"quarc. The attention of both will be given In ail
1 when necessary, without additional charge.
JO. W. DAVENPORT, M. D.
WM. J. GOODMAN, M. D.
of eveiy kind, and Job Wow of all sorts,
[ ord«r and in the neatwl style—Cheap.
J. H. WARREN. M, D,
Physician and Surgeon,
Offers his professional services to the public.
Office Kaet side of the public.
Attorney UT Counsellor nt Eatc.
TYLER SMITH CO..TEXAS.
Business entrusted lo him will be promptly at-
tended to. vtiii2.ily.
E. 1). W1IHELOCK A CO..
IMPORTERS and Wholesale Druggist*. No. t.1
Magazine street, opposite the Arcade Hotel.
E. A . T Y h E K .
EALER IN FINE WATCHES, Clucks
Jewelry, Silver and l-'latud Ware, Guns, Pistol ■,
and Cutlery. Manufactures to order Silver Ware
and Jewelry; Diamonds re-set; Wutchcs, Clocks,
aud Jewelry repaired.
110 Canal street.
v4n2G-ly] New Oki.h.os.
STACY & WELLS,
KEEP constantly-on hand a large and froll selected
stock of all kinds of GiilK-'KRiKS and Wcst-
eruProduce; which will bo sold cheap for each.
TREDEGAR IKON WORKS
LANNA & SI'OIt,
IMPORTERS and Dealers in Fancy and Staple Dry
Goods, Hats, Boots and Slioefi W ines. Liquors and
Cigars, Groceries, Crockery Ware, liard and Willow
Ware, No. 4 Texas street, opposite the Gaiety.
v4nl7-ly SaiinvEi'onr, La.
JOS. II. & I. N. MARKS,
WHOLESALE Grocers and Commission Mer-
chants, Dealers in Loaf, Crurliecl and Powdered
Sugar, Fish of all kinds, Foreign and Domestic
Wines and Liquors, Tobacco. Cigaiv. fee.,
Nos. 43,45 and 17 New Levee,
Nos. 33, 35 and 37 Fulton street,
Between PoydrasamlGravier streets.
A. D. DONOVAN,
COTTON FACTOR, Commission and Forwarding
Merchant,51 Carondelct street, (Union Row,)
v3n30-ly] NEW ORLEANS.
FROST &, CO.,
Wholesale Dealer lu Boots, Shoes. Hats---Panama,
Leghorn, Straw, Granada, Mexican, Cumpeachy,
FROM our friendg in New York and Boston, we
are constantly receiving fresh supplies of the
above Goods. Dealers are invited to call and ex-
amine our extensive stock. No. 10 Magazine street.
New Orleans, and No. 26 Poarl street, Boston,
Portable and Stationary óteam E;.. '.m •• of every
Circular Saw Mili* of ever/ ki::d.
Burrows Corn and I'lotiring X :l-.
S Irani is and other Corn Mills.
Cotton Gin and l'locring Mill sh.il'iitnr.
Circuhu' Saws ol'ilitfcrent iniinnf ieltir, .
India Knbbcr Belting, Spark arre-tei-.. Steum and
Wat T gltuges, Wl:i«tle,.<, Rallroud and Plantation
Machinery of all descrljitions.
^"•fr-Gentlemcn of T"\ is we are identified with
you in intitent and institution, we a''; \m.r pri t' r-
ence at th"snni(' price with North i n mauiifaetni i s.
¡tmv We challenge the entire trade to produce
Machinery bell'r adapted to negro labor, mm sub-
stantial and more cli'ectlvu than ours at a similar
."•e-Sond and get an illustrated Catalogue, free
by mull. Address.
EDWARD M. IVENS,
fill St. Charles st. N. Orb ans.
BETTER THAN EVER.
R. E. CURLEE, ARTIST,
HAS fitted ii]) his well known Gallery with a Sky
Light, anil will take pictures, either Atnhro-
types or Meluinotypes and likenesses 011 patent
leather or paper as ehea]i. If not a little cherpir.
and equal to anybody's pict.uvs 11" bus n sided
here for several years, and now that Texas has se-
ceded. he expects to remain right here.
I'oby. 27th 1861.*n231y.
AT TENT10W t SOLD tERV ! "
WE beg leave to Inform the public thill we are
just in receipt of a new lot of line and pure
Drugs & Chemicals,
and arc prepared to fill all orders with promptness.
Those wishing to purchase Drugs will do well to
give us a calí before buving elsewhere.
LARK IN A. H ARRIS.
6 3: tf. 7y-r, .V-\v 14 Ifiiil.
We aru just !:i receipt of Gov. Clark's Proc-
; lamation, of the Itth inst., iu reiatiou to tlie threat-
; run! iii\-u.-ion of Texas through Missouri and Arkan-
■I. fl'■ i'T'^*.' t,.t* JMe.^j.0 piéjHi.i' U'liifi^R;
advises all military companies now organized, to
iiiaiutuin ll.cir (ionization, 11r.il drill as much os
1 possible; says that every alh bodied man should
1 join some company, und arm himself as beet he can ;
that inch company should report to the Adjutant
General's oll'cc, its condition, kind of arms, terms of
; s'.rvioe it will accept, Ac.
V,Y::ru Tiiim.iv Ati'ifT.-- Wheat is selling at
¡ $ 1 per bti-h I. corn at ¡S0c.
1 1 iutt v is worth in our town 10c per lb,, wool at
: a nominal price, and without doiuaud. !
Thes prices will be considered low by our farm-1
n >. Most of them have been enabled, by their 1
■vi i.lth. lo hold over the large stock-sol' last, year, ill 1
ihe hope better prices. I
The wives and daughter"! of our country farmers.;
v y u:i':i":i!ly, ar • indignant nt the miserable renin- j
iterative prices olfered for their pains-taking pi'mj- 1
nets tln>, • pimliiets that produce the comforts, the !
Ii:' nri ti; ■ rofineiiv in.- of agricultural life.
!'•) ;!i' tr uia.-culine pvoti'Ctors tell Ili.'Ui the rea-
•1 ! '.• th'n great change? If not, we will. A
■ ' 1,'.is come ou r our country, almost without
■ 1 \ alien, lit,it ha- stopped tlie channels of trade,
d -¡• iv 1 d the liusiness of tho States, anil threatens
our \ i v lilierfi' s,
Th ■ faluii - ot ye'ir foil were consuiiiotl nt Ihe
mili. Ynur bnil.1 r, by every Soufheru coaster.
I'Hiiul hjarket in every city, and almost on every
punit..(:Mt. Thi-se markets are blockaded, as is al-
• 1 11. ' great distributing one. New York.
Th 1 steamers that wi re daily load'd with the ma-
terial of your wealth uro now convened into trans-
port ship to convey your brothers to light with their
own blood, and with 11 people with whom they have
no quarrel. - Ithaca (N. Y.,) Democrat.
An Ohio III,irk Republican, serving in the three
mouths' volunteers, writes thus to Ids sister, Simi-
lar complaints arc made by the Pennsylvania! ):
I'orbn'mrii, Juno 12. There is the best tobacco
here thill is in the world, but. wo have not one cent
to buy it. We look more like a troop of ruggnmul-
lins than I'niled States Soldiers—dirty, hungry rag-
ged and don't care u dam. We are about tlie color
of a saddle, the stiu has burnt us brown our little
caps are no protection from its rays ; but we are
full of the d \;l and anxious for a brush ; wc have
nothing to lose but dirty rogs.
It would not do for Gov. Dennison or Gen. Car-
ringtcn to come round here - they would get a lml-
l.t through their nocnlly brains on short notice.
Can't some of you Ohio folk * raise a company and
go up ta Columbus and rid the earth of such infer-
nal scoundrels and villhum? I would rather shoot
Dennison than Jell'. Davi-.
The Slate ot Ohio is plenty ablo to clothe and
feed us, mid give ns tents i.i sleep in. But we have
t o crowd iu some shed or sleep under trees, just be-
cause tila I chief of all rascals (Dennison) keeps the
in-mey back to put it, his own pocket and those of
his friends. 1 hope he will get bis just deserts, and
thai will be a a halter around his neck. Proclaim
him a scoundrel, villlun uml traitor; lie is hired by
Jell'. Davis to expose us mid starve us to death.
II II will be his portion if he don't repent soon.
And now utter such treatment, be utks us to enlist
for three vcars. I would not do it for three months,
after such Ire.dm nt ■ Ibis i< the wrong way to get
ni ' ) e'lli t.
Tbe Glasgow (Scotland) Herald has espous-
ed our course of Independence. H suyn
From the beginning of tlie Government the South
has supplied the Union w ith its principles and states-
men, while the North has oectipied itself with schemeo
of making money out of- tue Government by meaiw
of protective tiiritls, llsli bounties, war pensions and
land grant;-'. The articles of association ol 177ii
were the result of Southern exertion und appeal ;
the declaration of independence of 177H was tho
composition of a Southern patriot; and the Consti-
tution o| 175)7 was chietly the hudiwork of Southern
From the organization of the Federal Government
down to the present time, nil thai has tcudid to tb«
glory and grogress of the Union has been tlié fhilt of
Southern minds; «II that has conduced to theeiuot
ument of classes, to tho aggrandizement of tlie few,
mid to the injury of the many, has been fhe pro-
duct of Northern contrivance, ingenuity and self
ishiiess. The great glory of the South, in her wholo
connection with the Federal Government, bus lujen
tliu disinterestedness and unselfishness that liavo
characterized her entire conduct, whereas selfish-
ness, greed aud avarice have been stamped oti every
measure of Northern policy, and arc written on cv
cry page of Northern history.
Osr. ok I.incOin'h Points. —Hiiw the Yankee and
the pettifoger, the devotion tu the almighty dollar of
the one and the mendacious cunning of the other,
slick out In ihu following clauses of Lincoln's mes-
"The nation is now la del i for money applied to
the benefit of these so-called seci ded Stales, iu com-
mon with the rest. Is It ju t. < ithut that creditors
hliolfgo unpaid. r thn ri milnluic States tiiiv tho
wT.61c! A part of the piv^nt natloiihl iMif was
contracted to pay Ihe old debts of Texas, Is it just
that she shall leave and pay no part of this herself.
" Again, if one St.it" may secede, so may another;
and when all shall Lave seceded, none are left to
paythedebts. Is this quite just to creditors? Did
we notify tin m of this .-age view of ours when wo
borrowed their money""
The old rogue hopes no doubt thai the world bas
forgotten tbe fact that the Confederate Government,
as well as several of the States, sent commissioners
to Washington for purpi .'.e of ailjlisting all mat tern
of account with tbe Rump, and that he refused to
hold nny cotnmiuication with tlieni. The CiHifcder-
ate States have never intimated tin unnilllngncwt
to pay their share of the debts existing ut the tiino
of the dissolution. Nor enn the President of tho
Yankees, by any lying iuuendo make the country
thiuk so.—il>chmo>id tf ht'j.
■ ■ - • f - •
"I.CT Us Ar.i'NK "—It U said that Ei ;',land would
like to take a hand iu tliu American war, and belli
to drive back the North. We protest against sueu
interference. She may protect her own commerce,
so far as to como and net the cotton, but she has 110
right to take any of the credit of defeating tlm
North away from the South. The North Las forced
cd us into the war; she boasts that she has threo
men to our one, live dollars to our one and can aud
will subjugate us. Wc can and will defeat her. aud
should have the undivided privilege of doing so.
Let England take the cotton, but let the south do
her own lighting. It Is necessary to the plenitude
of Southern independence, and to Ihe manifestations
of God's blessings upon our war of self-defence,
that we trust in him aud light our own battles. It
our cotton, mid Ihe value of our commerce, light for
lis. In connection with the superior courage of our
soldiers, very well. They ¡ire elements of our own
strength. There is notbiug foreign iu it. A'. U.
The common statement that the wife of Jef-
ferson Davis Is the daughter of General Zacliiiry
Taylor, is untrue. The first wife of Mr. Davis wan
(int. Ircn. Taylor's daughter, a noble woman who
has been in her grave for many years. IIis present
wife is the daughlcr of a prominent citizen of New
— - - • - --
Backbh Oct. - The Louisville Courier favs that
among th ' volunteer companies raised over in Indi-
ana was oil", the captain of which was very desi-
rous to be accepted •• for the war " Well, the or-
der came to inarch, but Ihe Captain had a sudden and
irrepressible cull to private business, which compell-
ed him to resign. The company called a meeting to
net on the resignation of their captain, when they
all but unanimously (two dissenting votes) deter-
mined to resign, too, out of respect to their Cap-
Probably these nr • tlie sanie fellows who gained
such a reputation for lighting in Mexico (in a horn.)
fttPSee the cutting advertisement of John A
Smith. If anybody complain hereafler about urms,
knives especially, «end llicm to him. at the shop of
Messrs. Aduiiu-, Any sort or slue that may be w aui-
ed can Ik' bad, atul they are cheap anil well made.
Mr. Smith if entitled much credit for hU vT'er .1
in Mii - matter.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Douglas, J. P. & Hamilton, H. V. The Tyler Reporter. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1861, newspaper, August 1, 1861; Tyler Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth181850/m1/1/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.