The Eastern Texian (San Augustine, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 30, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 24, 1857 Page: 3 of 4
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lj and three daily newspapers are prin-
- ted afltd published .in Minnesota. Of
these seventeen are Republican in poli-
ties, fourteen are Democratic, and
twelve are Independent. More than
one half of these forty-three ne wspapers
* are feas than one year old. Nine of
them date the commencement of their
* "esaateaace within the past two months.
Another instance of tape worm
< red by the use of Dr. M'Lane's cele-
brated vermifuge, prepared by Fleming
T. * New York, October 15, 1852.
This is to certify that I was troubled
m ith a tape worm for more than six
months. I tried all the known reme-
for this dreadful, affliction, but
without being able to destroy it. I
* bat ons of Dr. M'Lanes Almanacs,
which contained notices of several won-
4grfgl cures, that had been performed
by his celebrated Vermifuge, prepared
!jy Fleming Bros. I resolved to try it,
vrKf. immediately purchased a bottle,
trhich I took acconling to directions ;
rod the result was, I discharged one
arge tape worm, measuring more than
rd, besides a rubber of small ones.
No. 70 Cannon Street.
PnrohrfFers will be careful to ask for D .
^KNE'S CELEBR ATED VERMIFUGE, man-
ufactured bf FLEMING BEOS, of Pittsburgh,
Pa. ; alKother Vermifuges in comparison are
worthless.\ Dr. . M'Lane's genuine Vermifuge,
also hia celebrated Liver Pills o«n now be had
at all respectable drug stores. None Genuine
tvithoutthe signature of
JHP* Thomas St Sims agents, San .Augustine,
T«M.' ; , p )
from the subscriber, living
North from the Town of Milam
_, w.COhnty, on the night of Friday.
October 2nd, a grey-horse about five feet high
and seven years old. One Bob Walker, who waB
s en near my house about dusk on Friday even
ing, is suspicioned of having committed the thett
When last seen, be was on foot, with his saddle
bags on his shoulder, and stated that he was
going to Waco, so that the horse will probablj
be found on that route. Walker is a man of
medinm site, about 20 years old, dark skin,
black hair, a foil month, and smooth face I
will pay $35 00 for the arrest and delivery of
both thief, and horse, or $25 (JO for the horse
albne Any information will be thankfully re-
ceived by me. Addrees,
[28:w6] Milam, Sabine Co., Texas.
THE Undersigned, having bought the interest
"■ of M. H. CARV£K in the Late Firm of Stephens
Jt Carver, will continue the
•t Grand Ecore on his own account. He will
f^iduct the business in future in every particu-
lar a# heretofore, aud without any change exoept
* •ifc tfce'Styloof the firm . 1 ■
He (Utters him-elf that all who had dealings
with him while associated .with Mr. Carver, will
continue to give htm their patron*?*.
J. IL STEPHENS.
Having sold my interest in the firm of
Stephen* & C4rver to my partne^J. H Stephens,
J beg leave to recommend my "rsonal friends
to continue to give him their patronage. On ao-
eount of his experience, business capacity, and
irtriet integrity and liberality they could not
place their business in better hands
M. II. CARVER.
T ETTER3 of Adni'ifistratron upon the estafeV
JJ of J«smi E. Weet, deceased, were granted
. t .tlfc n der«aued by the IL>b. Probate Court of
Hahtne County , at the September term, A D.,
1857.- All persons holding claims against said
estate are hereby required to present them, duly
authenticated, within the time prescribed hy
i*w, sad alt persons indebted to said estate will
eome forward and m «ke payment.
F. B. SUBLET B,Adm'r of the
, Estate of Jason E. West, dee'd.
Oct Mth,1857 no30 6w
FEVER and AGUE.
Quinine Substitute or Nerve Tonic.
This well known remedy discovered by my.
late p tTtner Doctor G J Leeds, is a sure cure
for the above disorder, 81 OK HEADACHE and
all ofch'r NERVOUS AFFECTIONS. It contains
no Quinine, Arsenic or other injurious ingredi-
ent. it strengthens the system, -gives tone to
t ho stomach, and is invaluable to DYSPEPTIC*
and those affected with Wbakness in any part of
the system It is especially recommendeded to
fotnalqp troubled with F*ll g of the Womb.—
Also to perfons recovering from attack of Pana-
ma, Chagres, or Yellow Fever. One bottle is
sufficient in most oases, where the Directions are
followed Certificates can bo furnished from all
parts of the Union.
Bold by the Druggists generally, and by J.
H HAZ \RD, Wholesale Druggist, and Sole Pro-
prietor, 121 Maiden Lane, New York. [29:3m
* R. Waterhonse & Son,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
South-Matt corner of the Square,
y San Acodstikb, Texas
"IT WING made large additions to their old
XI stoek, oan now safely assert that they come
aanaav Many house in.Eastern Texas supplying
the wants of lite public, both in quality and
priee, with the best articles of MERCHANDISE.
Ottr goods are carefully selected by an expo-
. ha«4 and otjr assortment is as complete
as the wants of the community demand. We
Would call particular attention to our ele-
gant and varied assortment of
Of the latest stylo and best quality, Bareges Mus-
. ItoSi Alpaooas Bombasines, Trimmings of every
description, Parosols, Bonnets, Calicos, of rich
prints and fast colors.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children-" every
variety of material and price
Fo* white and black. Planters,' Hats, Boots,
and geoeral outfits.
Ncgro Clothtvo -Kerseys, Lowels, plain and
twilled. Heavy Hats, Broga^a
pARifiNQ uTonos —Plo *v Hoes Axes and
tools of all kind" ' '
HoC«*oi a«oi;i,._OMtingB> Crockery and Chi-
** waras, stone ware, Buckets, Pails,
"OViacss—Bacon, Lard, Flonr, Molasses, su-
gar, Coffee, Bice, Teas, Pickles, spices, and
Paper, Pens and Ink.
ABTICWa -perfuqieiy. Hair Oils, Pow-
THE undersigned has charge of the well
known B!ackstnithing Fstabliehtnent,
«n Main street, formerly occupied by E.
Teal, jr , until Mr. Teal's return—and hasin his
employ the excellent smith known as African
Kinch. He proposes to supply all the o'd, or
new customers with work, and will receive in
payment any claims against the said Teal or
himself. J. F. PALMER
San Augustine, Sept. 25. [n25:4vv
M'LANE'S VERMIFUGE IN TEX IS
Here what the Proprietor of t he "Star Hotel"
has to say of the wonderful eff. ct of M'Lane's
^^svahkhittkl," t'snthftillb^TEXttS, AUgUSt,
22d,1854 Messrs. Fleming Bros
° I feel it my duty to make the folllowing state-
ment . Several of my children have been un-
well for the last week or two I called at the
'•Big Moktab" to get some Oil of Wormseed and
other truck, to give them for worms. The Drug-
gist recommended M'Line's Vermifuge, prepar-
by you, but having heretofore, tried every Ver-
mifuge, in my knowing, without abvantage, I
told him it was not worth while, as my children
appeared proof against them all. He s iid to
take a bottle, and offered if it done no good, to
refund the money. To satisfy him I done so, and
the effect was so much better than expected that
I got another bottle, and the result was moBt
astonishing^. Three of my children discharged
a great many ot the largest worms I ever saw
To a young man; my Mail Carrier, who was
weak, puny and poor as a snake, for a month or
so, I gave two-doses, which brought from him
at least a pint of what is called stomach worms !
Strange as thin may appear, yet it is as "true as
preaching " How the boy stood it, bo long as he
did, with ten thousand "Bots" gnawing at his
stomach, is the greatest wonder to me. All tbfese
c isee are doing well No doubt the lives of thou-
sands of Children have been saved by the timely
use of thfa extraordinary medicine Don't fail
to give it a trial* THOS. R. THURMAN.
WRIT OF PUBLICATION.
To Wheat Growers!!
^Pbe.Fall Term of this school was opened on the
X 17th inst, with largely increased patronage
Wenow have an nccomplished Assistant Teacher,
GRIST A ND SAW MILL jWD GIJ\r,
Seven miles west from San Augustine, on the
T3E undersigned having just completed the
above Mills, is now prepared to make flour
eq ial to the best St Louis brands. Having been
at gjpat expense to make his mills perfect in ev
ery respect, he soiicits the patronoge of wheat
growers in this and adjoining counties. Water
is ph nty at present, and to secure early returns
farmers should send th'ir grain early. Toogrea
attention canuot be given to having the wheat
properly denied, to secure a nice article of fioe
white flour He is also prepared to furnish lum
ber of good quality. A Grist. Mill and Oin are
attached to the establishment. My Mills will
bear inspection, and are designed as a conven
ieuce to my friends and the public generally
I. D. TliOMAS.
Sept. 5, 1857. n23:tf
TtlE UNlVEP .t>ITY OF
Organized for the purpose of arresting the evils
of worthless «<nd spurious nostrums, and supply-
ing families with reliable-domestic remedies, have
sir valuable cotnp lunds^^z':
Howand's Tonic Mixture for the cure of
Ague, etc ; Syrup of Blackberry Root for the
cure of Diarrhoea, etc ; University's Remedy
for Lung Complaint, etc ; Dyspepsia or In-
'digestion, etc.; Costive Bowels, (Pills,) Sore
Eyes, har Ache or Deafness. Tooth .rtche, Fe-
ver and Ague, in form of Pills, and Cholera.
Unlike the various nostrums of the day. these
remedies depend upon their merits for popular-
ity. All the University ask is a fair trial
For sale by McDanikl & Pattbrson,
Sole Agents for the sale of the University's
Family Remedies in San Augustine, Texas.
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
Elizabeth L. Fooxe,
James M. Foote.
dors tat the s^anA teeth, Brushes Combs,
toilet soap etc. etc
r with the endless variety which go to
> up an assortment
Fedo not deal entirely for cash, but good cus-
tomers oan always get as good bargains as
oar own interest will justi^r Wo take in ex-
change for goods, all kin^pof country produce,
Inch as homo-spnn cloth, wool socks, chairs,
Ipiaaing-wheels, mats, etc , and usually have
meh articles for sale LOW FOR CASH, ir
to Coatotners WHO ARE WILLING TO PiY.
0eanalno sunnlv the farming com-
"TBunUjr wltfc a go-oa ii of horses, ojele*. >3d
' THE STATE OF TEXAS,
To the Sheriff of*San Augustine County-
"^t^"H^|tEAS, on the 21st day of Sep-
tember, A. D , 1857, Enzabetli L.
Foote—-a resident of the county aud State
aforpsniil—filed her petitiou in the office of
the CfeVk of th^ District Court, within
and for said county and Slate, praying
that. James M. Foote—a resident citizen
of the State of Arkansas—be cited, by
writ of publication, to be and appear be-
fore said Courr, ai its next regular term,
then and there to shew cause, if any he
can, why a certain Deed, executed by her
late husband, John Foot'.1, deceased, (with-
out her consent,,) in favor ol the said
James M- Foote, for a certain tract, or
parcel or laud, lying in the couuty of San
Augustine, and State of Texas, containing,,
by estimation, about two hundred acres—
part of the lleadright of Andrew Spears—
shall not be set aside. Said land is de-
scribed a< follows, viz :
" All that tract or lot or parcel of land,
or ground, beinjf* a portiou of Andrew
Spears* Headright, beginning at the East
corner of said survey at « sink, running
thence North-west to East Fork of Spears'
Creek, cotiiering at a Beech Tree; thence
down.the said creek to a Gum Tree for
another corner, in the fork of the said and
dry fork; thence running across the survey
so as to make the North-east end as wide
as the Norih-wost end, aad containing
two hundred acres land, more or iess, the
same being in the county of San Augus-
tine." Arid whereas, on ti e same day,
Ehhu Williams, Esq., one of the Attor-
neys of Itecord for the'said Elizabeth L.
Foote, filed his affidavit in said office, to
the-effect, that the said James M. Foote
is a lion-resident of the State of Texas,
living in the State of Arkansas ;
These are therefore to command you to
summon, by a Writ of Publication, to be
published for four successive weeks, in the
Eastern Texian, (a newspaper published
in the town of San Augustine, in the
county of San Augustine, and State of
Texas,) the said defendant, Jamfes M.
Foote, personally to be and appear at the
next regular term 0f our gin Augustine
County District Court, to be holden at the
Court House, in the town of San Augus-
tine, on the fourteenth Monday after the
first Monday in August, A. D. 1857, then
and there to answer the petition of the
said Elizabeth L. Foote, and shew cause,
if any he can, why said plaintiffs petition
snail not he granted :
Herein fail not, and due return make of
this writ, within the time, aud under
the penalties, prescribed by law.
Witness, B F. Benton, Clerk of
? the District Court aforesaid, with
the impress of the seal thereof annexed,
at office, in the town of San Augustine,
this the 22d day of September, A. D.,
B. F. BENTON, C. D. C.,
San Augustine County.
The best Family Medicine now before the pub-
lic, for i he cure of Scrofula, Ulcers, Scurvy or
Eruptions of the skin, Fever and Ague, Dys-
pepsia, Dropsy, aud in fact, most all disease*
soon y>eld to their curative powers. It has been
computed that during the last twenty-five years
upwards of fouk millions of persons have been
benefitted by the use of these medicines ; a funt
which speaks volumes in favor cf their curative
properties—a single trial will place them beyond
the reach of competition in the estimation of eve
ry patient. By their use the blood is restored
to a healthy stale, and freed from all impuri-
ties. The system is not reduced during the>r
operation, but invigorated, and they require no
restrain' from business or pleasure
The afflicted have in these medicines a remedy
that will do for them all that medicine can pos
^3®!"Prepared by W. B. MOFFAT, M. D ,
Proprietor, New York; Thomas & Sims, Agents.
no27 y San Augustine, Texas.
ESTATE OF DIMOS R*
Chief J ustice of Sabine County,'
Norris Austin, Guardian, &c.,'
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the
County of S'abiae. J SherilF of
said County—Greeting :
PURSUANT to an order of the Hon.
County Court of said Sabine County, per-
taining to the Estates of Deceased per-
sons aud IFarils, made at the late Septem-
ber Term thereof, A. D , 1857—in the
matter of the Estate ol Dimos R. Ponce,
a Minor, yuu are hereby commanded as
you have once before been commanded,
to summon Norris Austin, one of the
Guardians of said minor, by citation 'o he
published in the Eastern Texian. a news
paper published in the Town and Countv
ol San^Augustine, State of Texas, for four
successive weeks previous to the next (Oc
tober) term of said Court, (1857) to be
and appear at the next term of the said
County C %t in aud tor said County, to
be held at the Court House in the Town
of Milam on the last Monday in October,
A. D, 1857, and show cause why lie
should not be removed from the Guardian-
ship of said Ward'6 E-tate, and liave his
Letters of guardianship revoked; for that
the said No-ris Aust.n has removed out of
the State, liereiu fail not, and make due
return of this writ to said October term of
the Court; Certifying how you have
executed the same.
Issued Sept'r 30th, A. D. 1857.
ROB'T. J. OL1PLHNT.
Clerk County Court S. C.
By G. A. Norford, Deputy,
The publisher of the Eastern Texian
will publish the within citation for four
successive weeks, previous to the last
Monday in October, A. D„ 1857. and
make return thereof according to Law.
J. T. SCRUGGS. Sh'ff. S. C.
By J. M, Watson, Dept.
September 30th, A D., 1857. 27w4
AoPLlSNDlD assortment of Musiintt, Ber
ages, Silk Tissues nd painted Lawns,
for sale, at cost and carriage, hy
BROOCKS & BROTHER.
LBS. ENGLISH CaLoMEL, for sale at
THOMAS &c SIMS
OZ'S Quinine of the beHt quality, for sale
by THOMAS ft SIMS.
THOMAS & SIMS
Have a fine lot of JEWELRY of the latest
will sell cheap for cash or
>v x % :,-r ui . > pQaotaal onartonjw*,
who has taught sevral sessions, to take charge
of the primary classes ; strict «nd constant at-
tention will, therefore, be paid to the classes in
Orthography, Heading and Writing. Bv this
arrangement, the Principal is enabled to devote
more attention to the advanced classes and to
exercise greater vigilance aud better control
over the whole school
The Tuition-Fees will be greatly reduced from
their former rates ty the distribution of the
" Public School Fund " at the close of the year.
Those who wi*h to avail themselves of the bene-
fits f the present session would do well to send
their children immediately.
u 21tt S B. BEWTiEY,
San Augustine, Aug 22, 18V7. Principal.
Masonic Female Institute.
J. t'H'jMAS FULLE i Principal.
LUCY A FULLEli Assistant.
The next session of this Institute w*ill com-
mence on Monday the 17th of August. The
scholastic y ear will be divided into two sessions
of twenty weeks eaoh The Board of Trustees
would say to the patrons and friends of the In-
stitute that they may be assured that the school
will now be permauent Strict attention will be
given to the health nd manners of the pupils
and no efforts will be spared to promote their
moral and intellectual welfare.
Orthography, Beading. Writing, and Pri-
mary Arithmetic. p<*r session,20 week«. $10 00
Geography, English Grammar, Natural
Philosophy, and Arithmetic 15 00
AU higher branches 20 00
Music (Piano.) per session 20 weeks...... 25 00
Use of Instrument, per month 1 00
Pupils will be charged from entry to the close
of the session, and no deduction will be made for
absence, except for protracted sickness. The
discipline will be mild but firm Monthly reports
will be made to parents Board can be obtained
in private families in town at moderate rates.
S. W. BLOUNT,
President Board of Trustees
August 15, 1857. n20:tf
THE undersigned, knowing the incon-
venience percons are put to in be-
ing compelled to travel by Btage to
Alexandria, when their business calls them
through Grand Ecore, has opened
, A STABLE,
for the purpose of taking proper care of any
and all horses that may be left in his care,
(lis stable will always be provided with the
best of Provender and carefull Ostlers
P. O. ROGERS.
Grand Fcore, La., jJoril 2^ 1857 4y
ALxRGElotof STATION AKY, justrecpivc'
THOMAS 6f IMS
Ledford Rodgers and Jonathan Jones can pro-
cure their Laud Warrants, by addressing A. H.
Enans, Washington City, and enclosing ten dol-
lars each. Their warrants have heen in his pos-
session, and uncalled for, for more than twelve
August 20, 1857. n21:tf
THE Copartnership heretofore existing in this
city between the undersigned, under the firm
of Furguaon, Alexander & Co., and at Beaumont
under the firm of Ferguson Alexander, is this
'lay dissoved l>y mutual consent—C H. Alexan-
der retiring from business, and having sold
his entire interest to W. A. Furguson, who is
fully authorized to use and sign the name of the
firm iu the liquidation of its affairs
(signed) W. A FERGUSON
(signed) C. H. ALEXANDER.
Salnne City, April 18, 1857.
The undersigned will continue the
COMMISSION AND .FOR WARDING
under the firm of Alexander Sf Co , for his
8nle account. C H ALEXANDER.
Sabine City, April 18, 1857 7w4
Thomas 8f Sims hav * a fine lot of French Cor-
dials and Claret Ffine at their New Drug
store 10 tf
PLAIN and Twilled Lowels and Appletons 4 4
Shirting. For sale by
THOMAS Sf CROUCH.
A NEW AND FRKSH ASSORTMENT OF
JAYNE'S FAMILY MEDICINES.
Fu'l directions accompany each package. For
Mci)ANi£L Sf PATTERSON.
10 OZ'S Sulphate Morphine, pure, for sale
THOMAS $r SIMS.
In testimony whereofl have IXir*NDOW GL 8 10;! 0 12. tor Rale by
hereunto sel my hand and affix-rTr TJKSUaS * SIMS,
ed the Seal of said Court, at mv
Office, on this the 30th day of
September, A. D., 1857. "
ROBERT J. OLIPHINT,
Clerk of said Court.
By G. A. Norford, Deputy.
H. M. KINSEY is my authorised Agent and
atfcorney-in-fact during my absence from the
State. [I8tf] D. G. HARDING.
BRUSHES! BRUSHES! Shaving, Shoe, Hat,
Hair Nail. Tooth, Cloth, Marking, Paint
and Varnish Brushes, of all qualities and sizetf,
can be bought of THOMAS &f SIMS.
For the Deaf and Dumb.
THE Trustees of this Institution have the pleas-
ure to announce that Professor Van Nostrand
late of the New York institution, has arrived,
and entered upon the discharge of bis duties as
principal. It is earnestly desired by the Trus-
tees that parents having deaf and dumb children
shuuld immediately communicate the fact, in or-
der that they may be informed of the plan and
purposes of the institution, which has been es-
tablished by the liberality of the Ptate for their
benefit As there is no charge for board and tu-
ition, it is hoped that all the deaf and dumb
children in the State will ultimately enjoy its
privileges. Persons aware of the existence of any
children of this class will confer a favor on the
Trustees, and be subserving the cause of human-
ity, by giving information ot their place of resi-
All communications may be addressed to J.
Van Nostrand, Principal of the D. & D. Institu-
tion, Austin city, Texas.
The press of the State are respectfully equest-
ed to give the above one insertion.
Wm W. WALLACE
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offbks his services to the public in the Courts
of fcan Augustine, Jasper, Sabine, Angelina
bd Shelby, and in the District Court of the
United States, and Supreme Court in their ses-
sions at Tyler.
San Augustine July 1857. 16
Payne & Williluns,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
San Augustine Texas.
WILL practice in the Courts of 5th Judioial
District of Texas.
Ten per cent for collections.
Appearance in District Court not less than
In Inferior Courts, Five Dollars.
Writing Deed, Mortgage, etc., not less than
■tk - jfo services rendered unless the fee is
SABINE PASS & BERVi:a >
To sail on Sundays and 1 :: '
4 o'clock P. A.
The new and magnificent
w. o. FlakdkrS, Commander.
above, For freight or passage
accommodations for passengets
[7y] _. ALEX*
Richard. F. Slaughter,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
SAN AUGUSTINE TEXAS,
WILL praotice in tha Courts of Nacogdoches,
Angelina, JaBper, Newton, Sabine, Shelby,
and San Augustine, and general collecting
agent, for eastern Texas. t
Office—West side of the Square,
San Augustine Texas.
Attorneys at Law.
HE above firm will practice their profession
jointly, in the county of Sabine,and will also
practice in the several counties of the 5th Judi
cial District All business entrusted to their
care will be promptly attended to.
June 13 '57. nlltj
• B. McCLOSKEY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Milam, Sabine Co., Texas,
General Collecting Agent,
for everybody. 3y
n. L mabshall. johx montgomery
Marshall & Montgomery,
Attorneys at Law,
trinity county, texas. 21
S. W. Blount,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
OFFICE—In the Court House, San Augustine
^®~Will take depositions and transact every
species of Notarial business no23-ly
I. J. Roberts,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Will be found in his Office in the Court House,
or at Chaffin'8 Hotel. San Augustine, Texas.
THOMAS & SIMS,
NEW DRUG STORE,
(North West corner Public Square,)
San Acani-tine, Texas.
CONSTANTLY on hatd a good and well se-
lected assortment of
DRUGS, MEDICISES, - .
PAINTS, OILS &rc , 8fc,
A first rate article of Brandy and Wine, to-
gether wifh a large lot rff
just received at their New Drug Store.
DR J. T. SIMS.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Will always be found at* the Drug store of
Thomas 8f Sims unless professionally engaged.
J. H. STEPHENS, M H. CARVER.
STEPHENS & CARVER,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
and dealer* in
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, AND
Grand Ecore, La.
HWE on hand a large and well selected stock
of Staple (groceries, L'quors, Iron, Bag-
ging and Bale Rope, &c., which they offer for
sale, for cash, at the lowest prices. Commission
business solicited, and promptly and faithfully
attended to. Cotton received as an equivalent
for cash; and the highest prices paid for it. [9
Wm E- Puwei.ii P C. Rogebs.
RUSSELL & ROGERS,
Receiving and Forwarding
Grand Ecore, La.
GROCERIES, AND STAPLE GOODS,
Having purchased the entire property of
Messrs Stewajt &Co., in this place, are
now prepared for storing any quantity of freight
and cotton that may be consigned to their
ALEXANDER & CO.,
Sabine Pass, Texas.
^aB^Orders from the country are solicited,
and we hope by prompt attention to our custom
er's interests, to merit an extension of their
RITING and INDELIBLE INK, for sale
by THOMAS * SIMS.
THOMAS Sf CRO
Dry Goods & G
(North side of the Public
WE call the attention of the c - •"•••!
Augustine and adjoining countie?
new and well selected stock of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS-
BOOTS SHOES AJVL HATS,
Embracing all the latest styles and pattern®.
Barege Robes, Black Silks, French
English Merinoes, Cashp cr.- aud
Delains, English, French aa<i
American Prints; Stitch,
English and Americ < a
Ginghams; Fine, Blacs «ud
Plaid Alpaecas; Jaeooc Swiss
and Cambric Muslin, ftfiuoeie. sit
colors and qualities; Bkaehed and
Brown Domestics, all widths, i1 •
Dornet Flannels; Plaid and Soiid Liuc;:
Superior quality Bell Factor PM&,
—^ Checks, ticking $rc- Irish * ir-cs.
Diapers, Table Clothe a ltd
Table Linens various quali'?€^. Silk,
Wool and Cotton Hosiery of eien* dtooriptiSte
and Baloon Skirts, Bonnet,
* Sash, Man A, Satin Rib^ou?,
Morocco and Silk Elastic Bait Rib
bons, French and Rail-ro& ? Corsets,
French,Mantillas, Black and WUtt. Tb-ocnaf
Swiss and Lawn Edgings, Embro' -'ef S 3«isa and
LawnChimesetts, Swiss and L -wn Collars
and Sleeves, Printed Jaevnet &rd
Organdie Munlins, ets. ?ic,
A large and rich assortment of Dress BocasBts,
all of thisspring style, careful? eeieotei* ex-
pressly for the trade.
The attention of the Ladies Is -particularly la-
vited to our new and elegant stcck
p8S~ We consider it no troabie to show gce<2 .
Call and see.
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Drugs ! Drug's! I
McDANIEL & PATTERSON.
(Successors to W. L.
Have On hand and are co? -m " > i'ii^
at the old stand, a large M(jWi aentcf New
All the Medicines mostly in use, such as
QU;N1NE, CASTER OiL 4*o v.re are e.-\
to sell low. Patent Mediated of ti;e
and best, direct from th« P.-.nv-n Frscti-
tioners throughout the country can send forward
resipes and be assured of having r uz;a pr^oeriy
and promptly filled.
Webavealso purchased this sest n rc tia
gant assortment of
DRY GOODS, LADI ; OOOD8.
STAPLE and FANCY AftTlCLBg;
MUSLINS and HNE LINENS.
Perfumery," Hair Tot; . >Jii
and Dyes, Brand^ «id
A good and cheap lot of p. - < -u"
cured and imported, Wines,Brartlics.s ao Cig?ure
New Firm, Hew Goods
a. a. bprku8 o. t. i-olx.
BURRUS & POLK.
HAVING formed a coparae^ "p and«r tbt
above name and style, w. nferm the
citizens of Ban Augustine anc! the puhli.j gens-
rally, that they are no^r in re< oipt of oov . ? ths
finest and best assortments <
STAPLE AND FANCY I Y GO- D3,
Boots, Shoes and Ready J • CJ- i- ■rc.
ever brought to thii: market, wlich they
deternSned to sell as low . as ran be Affrr-tai.
Planters and others will do - to" exarJ- a
our stock before purchasing < - "cere
To the Ladies we say give i ? « ai' aua <f
pretty goods and respeotfm att r" in-
duoements, we are sure of your pairci;s;.<\->. f|
PAYNE & CROv
No. 134, Columbia
Are- now.opening a carefull
comprisiiag every variety of t .? n V--
this trade, which they will se n. v,
dating terms as the same ta&rtptton of odg
can be bought elsewhere in the city. Ti-«r
stock of Clothing will bei^r tttscMttai, and
they invite purohaseis to ea . x-a;: •- ^ ;v,
BROOCKS & Bh ;
■FOttEIGN AND DO
No. 113, Columbia st., San / I.
Planters and Country Mer ..t will lei it ta
their interest to call and exaa ceth«jr stock.
A LL those indebted to th« late Firm of K!;5Uy
tV 8f Broocks will please cmrm fo^ ard stidl
settle up immediately, ail we are compel i?i to
have means te liqindate tbe Gufcetandiog Uaail-.
ities of the old concern.
8tf . REILT Y & BROOCK3
WEISS' BLUFF. TEXAS,
Still continues to do the
Receiving und Forwarding Business,
And will keep on hand a good supply of
groceries and salt,
so that no wagons coming down with Cotton
need return without a load.
June 18, 1857. nll:y
BROOCKS & BROTHER,
Are now closing out one of the best assortments
of Summer Clothing, including
COATS, PANTS, AND YESTS,
to be found in the place, for cost and carriage
only. Those wanting new suits, would do well
to call and eee them befortit is too late (?i
HAYING a well select •< x«-rj.r.'%ttt of J
Type, both Plain s i F.iUcj, togafe£§|t@f
with all the material nec ■ - xi,* ' 'y
pared to execute all kiu< ■ J'#?' .
21 Ail5 AHi ^ ?>«;;; I
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Bill H« ? «i
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