Tri-Weekly Telegraph (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 15, Ed. 1 Monday, April 23, 1866 Page: 18 of 20
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WILLIAM *. KUD.
FAT M AN *
;tf aa*. 8n later-
to Mw L oi«t o ordinance
vfiL'iua wzaa IMIK
HehnboMTs Fluid Extract Buehn
tod by the pW dff. • *«ttbew
of New Orleans.
ImprovedfBo^v^irsSbt '• ■<
w«, set upin
4 all con-
plaintiff mortA to strike out thle
answer as frivolekiftj thus bring
ing op the whole question, and it
" at some length a few d
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FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
" H* WMiHyr, «f U>« proyaraueaa ol # r*
q o n;
Community at Large
wily U*ait*r MmUd Powtri audBmpmtm.
abov dl*M ae«B««tff« ffce aid of aZuiatfto.
~ raot Dunhaii the OrM t
■that It waa
KLMBOLI> fl HIGHLY OOBCBBTBATBD
W«M Extract SAvpprllla,
, In the
W« hare Jn*t leeeired from Krir York, per steamers
8ara$o«*avWUn ijntea aadSs^wick, aadwlllr*.
oeiroby other ateamara to arrlre, a
"extent as it had
by the * United
the blood, re
in prize case*. The
by itas decision the
arising from as
blood. aad the only tellable Md efootual ktiom
New Stock of Spring Goods,
ptlona of the akia,
KD BBAUTIFYIKO THB COMPLEXION.
a row of (he worwt disorders that Affect no
froto tke oorruptioa thataooumulatea la the
which we beg of buyers coming to towa to call and ee
I v ' u i.1 . <1 CJ l J l !.
for themselves, oompare prloea. aa they will find aame
j * ol
aa low aa any city west of New York. Our atook of
which im expressly aeleotei witn great oan for this
market, md bought only tor cash, consists of
A «•trail fraa (he Cran.
■ £ ^ «• <
The Mowing "towage circumstanoo,
Of all tha discoveries that
M aad renovates the blood.
dlaooverles that havo been made to
(ha most remarkable that
tin* war, la too
late of the First
and eon be attested
a fiercely co
field, and carte
the rebel dead
In <tt36 ] iao6 hair of
e head of
remarked Jw bte
g, let's see
ti> atUvand maoi
«E the inaurrec-
ihoMifet time, the nublio have one on whlob they can
Our apace here
ire ever taken. „ \ : * .;
taWgspoonfula of the Bxtraot ofSaraaparilla
to a pint of water is equal to the Lisbon plot
and one bottle ut fully equal to a gallon of the
SrrapjoMaawwilla, ot th® decoction as usually
RACTS HAVE BEEN ADMITTED
.Spring Prlnta, all grndea andqMlltlei; r
Brown Domeatlca, It and *-4;
Bliaohed Domeatlca, H' and 4-4;
11 w i • • Tnx'>-'i
'Bleaahed and nable^ohed Slieetlnga, 8 « and
V 1 ' - -- v
Mew York Camlet laana
Pembrokea&tontMt} T<' > -■ >
Hatlnetta, all cradea and qoalltipai
B BXT&ACTH HAVE BEBN ADMIT
KSOI^DKPBMSAT^YO. H« 8tAT«9
'TOfe «or Dowe%'a yaluablo works on (ha P*a«-
« ^emarlu mate by the late oelebratad Dt. Phjaio
temvkamaide b Dr.BpkrlamU'Dowell;awle-
bllahed by Benja-
hold's Fluid Rutkact Buohu is pleaaant in
d odor, free from all injurioua properties, and
ioimec late in its notion.
We hare a full and ample stock, which tor beauty
oheapnesa cannot be aurpasaed In any market, suoh
Bareie neat cheoks Par la tanoy,
Silk Warp Brocade,
Pip)red Mohair Lutre,
French J aeon ta.
S BneHn glrea health and rig-
r to ti e frame and bloom to the.pallid cheek. Debn-
n * i w
lonorotentlnn or inoontinonoo of urine, irrita-
it fiitmation or ulceration of the bladder or kid
•tseiuos of the prostate glands, stone in the
oaloulls, gravel or brtok-dust deposit, and all
of the bladder, kldneya, and dropsloal swell-
it the bu
Uae Helmboldi Fluid
l re idy and ooucluslve test of the properties of
ml* UP* Fluid Extract Buchu will be a comparison
t4ose set forth in the UniteddtateaDispensatory
White Good and Linens*
i ; ' ii
A full line of Swisa Moulin. Nainsooks, dotted Swiss
Lawns, Bishop Lawna, Tarlatans, Corsaoes, Alicien
nes> white, brown and Spanish Linens, of all grades
WARRBN A. RAIC80M,
DARIUS W. OKER,
I7U AND OH1UUOAL WAREHOUSE
994 Broad tray.
SOLD WHOWAUI BX
BJUteaJB K co
And by all
lesale and Retail Drnggisls.
We lnrlte partlonlar attention to thu braach, of which
We here jaat received orertOO caaeaof a full aaaort-
meat of the latest style of Ladle* and Meas Hate, and
which we are enabled to sell at very low Bgnrea.
We hare a tall stock Um« too n}unerooa to me
slSr^rloea^hfofecan on!yto sellthe same at
Umbretlag and Parasol*.
?3P'-T«N? «Tr*C *
e for Uaudkerohiefs.
Wehare a.tall variety of thla line, whieh we are en
aell lower than any other house In the city
Clothing. * .fcWi
nee to t
of fine and common Clothing, adapted for
season, to whloh we invite especially the
In thla breach we hare Jaetreoeiyed ornr SCO oases of
aad qnalUlea, aad aa they were purchased
manufactories, we are enabled to offer
'J tW'i U
an J WfflPRi
are enabled to sell atlo V
It to their lalereat
tame at th.
A. WATMAH * «•.
BOOT * ft 8 "PES.
UATta, i iuu£iui t u vu.,
MaasfsltawA Dealers la
BOOTS* SHOES* QROCAN8
Me. M OBAVIKK 8TBXET.
Between Damp and Maftattoe ?tr«u.
EAT9 k HUNT,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
31 Msguiae St., N. O.
WM. II. REDWOOD, of Tbxilh, wllltif rl'v'lloBff
hi> Texaa Meoda. lecl -dtwtm
Hi. W. P. JttSSBT,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Dealer In Leather k Findings,
i « ; ,. (WiJ|oa'« Bolldind,)
'V OCt I
Wholesale & Retail
BOOTS AND SHOES.
> *' f 1
THE EMPIflt" SEWING MACHINES!
5 j (BvjFa. 14 f /«* h*A «• mm . '«■)
riikeie Rfaohlaea are Censtrncted on Bn-
Jl tireljr new principles of mechanism, poaaegsliut
ran and ralaabie ImproTementa, pronounced to be
aimplicltr and perfection combined.
For aale In Houston, at manufacturer^ prices, coat
ol transportation added. ■"
O. A. FOBSGABD,
AGENT FOR TEXAS,
PATENT BABY TENDER,
* ' v , • \ 0R
MAOiC Sprinq Cradle.
" IttSTlfltonlySfK^milng 0ra3Te. posnesflinv the mo*t
comfortable, roothinir and deliuhtrul moiiou, which
can possibly be obtained, but may be inRtantly con-
verted into almost everything heretofore u«e<l in the
nursery, for the comfort, exerci e or amusement of
children, and relieve* the motheror nurse from the
toilsome part of baby- tending. For sale at
_,t' Q. A. y0^8aABDSv „
: ' THB "NONPARiht'" : 1
I hn o aeen many WanliinB Machinpa, "so-called,"
but I rraukly admit that tho Nonpareil Wanlilnn Ma-
chino t>urpuaR4'8 all n y moi't fmugolne conceptloue (
«uch a practical utility. It la a household blensin*
Price Liatp, Ac., free,
«. A. FOBSGARV,
decll-dtwly-ch-ap!9 IIOUSTON. TEXAS
A A RON P. RANSOM,
KOBKUT II. DOII .
JNO. B. I.l'BBOCK,:
W. A. RANSOM & CO.,
Manufacturers & Jobbers of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Nos. 381 & 386 BROADWAY,
JL riAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO REPRE-
sent the above firm tn Texas, *nd trill esteem It a per-
sonal tavor If you will call and sec me wh*n you visit
apgo dtwly JNO. B. LUBBOCK, Texas.
J. C. Masjik
SESSUMS & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers,
8 THAN DSTQEET,
PliVATt AM TIAISIIIT ItANIU.
j. f Mri. O. Nasb. •*'
Iff NOW pmMMdi«acaoaiSudai« any oamberol
L D«y Boarders, at $i p+r *wk. Having a superior
rri cb cook, ahe can supply the uu«t «le«ant diahea
in the most approved style. Subotautials and luxuries
#f the season always on hand. <a«rS-<i3m
J. H. KVXtZUlY.
TniH HOCBB W RIADT TO ACCOSCMODATK
la the best style the traveling public, and the
proprietor will always be £lad to see als old friends,
as well aa new ones. sep26-dtwly
Not. 9. II, II sod 1$ CORTLAMT Street
JSW .yoxoc. , ...
I). D. WlN^ns>><n.
Tup'. l) WiNOjisariv ,'iiiii ni'
THE OLD CAPITOt, HOTEL.
fflhln famous old Hotel* afwr having Wu
JL thoroughly repaired, reiilted and refurnisht*d.
Is now opeu uir the accomodation of tin* public. The
table will always be furnished with, the bent of the
market. Attentive servants will provide for the com-
fort of yuests. Thankful f( r past patronage, the pro-
prietor Invites the visits of his old friends snd the
public. o- MARFLK, Proprintor.
HOCSTON, Dec. 16. 1R65. rlA tu lv
Preston Street, Near Main,
II. F. JIATT I1EWS, Preprieler.
a THB 8UBSCU1RKR has renrvated and r
furnuhed thin houne. und respectful)r solloil
his friends to (,i7e him a call. All tTio luxi
riesof the season will be found ou hirt tablei
l'g]jlH-a\ t;v v
LONE STAR H OTEL,
faSaM Harrislturir, Texas,
liigil ■ ' inegjia
DR. or <>. JBUTCIIBH,
Thla fuvoric* Hotel haslai 3y been repaired
and rennovated, and Ih now ready for the reception
and entertainment of visitors and travelers, and ev-
ery Hlort will be n\«'!« to render their stay happy and
agreeable. The subscriber will devote his whole time
and attention to his bou*«. his tables will be kept
supplied with all the Im
ular pains will be takt*n :•
Houston. Call ami«
f the season. Psrtic-
nri rtain pleasure parties
in", and you will not r«-
1-h to call again.
T. J. PRINDLE
ALL KINDS OF
GAME, PISH, OYSTERS, &o.,
BOOMS FOR TRANSIENT BOARDERS
4"kppontCe the Catholic Church, fronting on Church
vP street, and runniug back to the Public Square.
AlrS. N. B. Crawford and Son, late of Hemostead,
By the purchase of the lease of the Thompson
Houset this establishment has been cousiderably en-
large I# and has now th" capacity for accommodating
Soy number of guests. The house is well located near
le business part of the citv. the rooms airy and
newly furnished, and the table supplied with evfry
always on duty.
Ttrts ffotcl has been . entirety renovated and lietrTy
furnished. The tabl* w'll always be supplied with the
best the market affords* served up In superior style.
V3T A trustworthy watchman will be on duty every
OHT OUT THR LARttB AND
establishment of Ware
[ ouuuni uu i inn unnui
lesale Grocery establishment oi
1 added largely to the stock, '
r old friends and euntomers, i
one In thla
to purchase to look throogh our st
STAPLE ARB FAIOT IIOBIRIES,
TOBACCOS OF EVERY CHARACTER & BRAND
TO SI* HAD,,
t'Ai.vi- i « 1 w .ion
XVKKY VARIETY STAPLE GROCERIES
OHAMFAGNI. IN QTS. and PTS.,
Yerr ^ariet \if tiio rorr beit Liquor*
WR SftAl.lL. MBBP ■
and will «M1
Hiid Algebra*.—to® doses
ifJL Ray'a Arttbnieti
CUSIIINO- m CAVE.
iK3' BELTS—with Ruckles—all colors— piain
nd spangle I
* # HElfBT - RRRICK8 A €0.
CU8HING A CAV1
Wt r .wbolewle Grocery E*-
wnit ining stork of Phot*Mfr«rhs, is worth
bntf hour's inspection. Suoh beautiful nictur
worth l«M)kin^ ut. (Viwc in antl ask
1 >H * toinr a j> h «m-
easrs. A. Sesmims A
known to need
t v WARE 4 McKRKN
Ualveston. .irnl loth, 1SWI dm3m
<a «oor« below r. *. Willis 4c Brr
ik for them the patronage of our old cu
100 Sacks choice whlto corn.
79 Kltts Kb. 1 MackcreL
Jflilk ! Jtlitk :
50 Cases oondensed milk, fresh.
l.V) Boxes aorta, in ponnd paper,.
Oysters : Oysters:
100 Boxes Baltimore oysters, 1 and 2 lb. cans.
too Boxes star candles.
75 Boxes choice Louisiana sugar.
20 " crushed sugar.
10 Boxes layer raisins.
',0 Quarter boxes layer raisins.
50 Sacks choice Rio eoflfce.
n*hiskyl * Whisky.
20 Bbls. Old Virgluia Mountain «Dew.
80 " Pi^e'saud vanilla wluaky.
10 Half bbla Bakey pure rye whiaky
10 •' '• pure nectar.
) Bbls. extra cider vinegar.
9 ' IK ■ -1
*•; Soap. Soap.
t1r' j50 Boxes pepper sauce.
A'aits. Jftsits. :
lOO Sens nails, all sizes. ^ ' ' 'J ' '
Pickles .* Pickles.
Exchange & Commigsion.
T. W. HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant,
Mala St., 11.ualeD—Strand, (islTMltn.
®F- Dealer in Foreign and Dome.Lie Bxchii|«'JBI
HEWITT, RWIRHEB Ac CO.
Corner Ntraad & Bath Aresne,
PtAJiu*" k'Pd" of Merchandise anJ
nf /r. ? ' "h'pn|e"tot«tora*.-. All consian
int-atH of pn duca sddri-a«ed to us will beiuHured uo
T. II. MMAHAN A. I. a wis M. . M A1AUAB
T. H. McMAHAN & GILBERT,
ANI) DEALERS IN
Uctue.iie 4 Foreign Exchange,
AUK PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL CASH
shipiufnt < their friends in LonMt.n, Liverpool, llavrt).
l)n -t<in. Now N oi k au.J New Orleans.
Ortlers tor Mereliandibc promptly ext'cumd in hom
or foreign markets. apl7Ttiw8m
H. Mietkk, W. Daoaoit, Hamburg. G. Fromj,
DR0EGE cV CO.,
IMPORT, UXCIIANtii: AND (lliMJllAl.
Ofllcc, nt'xt door lo Ball, Hutchiugfi tfc Co..
lilBERAL ADVANCES MADR ON CONSIGN
meuts of Cotton. Wo.d. Hides, and other Merchan-
dise,.to our frien«i* in Liverpool llnvn-, London, Bre-
men • H-'iroburg, New York and New Orleans.
.New York, N.-w Origan*.
( HAKMW FREDERICK
(j A LVES 'i' <J N .
g IBBRALCAHHADVANCUS madn cot.-
JLA slgnmeuts for shipment to Foreign and D/'*lestV
Ports, or for sale In this Market,
fOH HALE on INew York, New Orleans, and all the
el pal cities offEuropo, in sums to suit.
LIBERAL Cash Alvances made on Cotton ana
other Produce consigned to our friends in Live*
pool. New York and Boston.
August 25 dtf T H McMAHA N A: GILBERT.
HEWITT, SWISHER &. CO. are authorized t©
mnke ca-h advances on consignments to us and
to our branch houses:
James Hewitt & Co , Liverpool, and R. Atkinson
Co., New York.
HEWITT, NORTON 6c CO.
New Orleans, April 10, 18G6. dtwly
B.J \'JL on uj\'i vEiesiT r.
FACULTY FOR 1S6G.
HORACE CLARK, A. M., Principal.—Ancient Lan-
guages .Mathematics. Moral aud Intellectual Phi
MR£. J. GOODWIN,—Natural Science, English Lan-
guage, and Literature.
MRS. LIANE DE L. WILLERICn.-Modern Lan
guages and History* Ancient and Modern.
MISS JULIA E. HARRIS,—Preparatory and Inter
MADAME R. REINHARDT,—Graduate of the "Con
servatorium der Musik," Leipslc,—Vocal and In-
strumental aM nsic.
MRS. KATE ROBINS,—Instrumental and Vocal Mu-
MRS. L. DE L. WILLERICH,—Ornamental Needle.
Wax and Hair li'ork.
• , Drawing, Painting in oil and water
MRS. MARTHA D. CLARK,— Superintendent o
* , Matron antl Nurse.
* VacAncies.—Proposals invited.
This old, well established and efficient Institution,
located at Independence. M'a^hington county, is agaii:
commended to the attention of the public. Now ii;
the twentieth year of its existence, it has been for fif-
teen years uuder the management of the same Princi-
pal. It has graduated TCN classes, and Its Aliimn®
evince the breadth of Instruction, the depth of Intel
leel und moral culture, and the tone atkl character o
For ability, lor professional skill and moral fltnes>
for the discharge ol their duties, the Faculty is not
surpassed by that of any other similar Institution. All
are professional tbachbrs. The Principal has an
experience ol tweuty-tive years in the management of
literary institutions and jn the instruction of youth.
Modern languages are taught by native instructors
—Music by artists of the highest grade, and the va-
rious branches of a solid and useful English educa-
tion together with the classics, are uuder the direc-
tion of teachers of eminent skill snd experience. Pe-
culiar advantages are offered to young ladies of energy
and talent who wish to qualify themselves for trach-
BH8. A Diploma from this institution is a passport
to any positiou as an educator of youth.
The discipline is mild, practical and efficient. The
ineuiscipiine is mliu, practical and efficient. The
moral tone of the Institution is pure t nd elevated; and
while tenets exclusively sectarian are conscientiously
avoided, the cardinal principles of evangelical Christi-
anity are exhibited and inculcated upon all suitable
upon all suitable
sustained by the pupils which
- — jlic in semi-monthly readings.
Exhibitions of proficiency in vocal and instrumental
. ;jr ....
music are also made semi-monthly.
Gratuitous instruction is given to all the pupils ii>
the Ri.KMR.NT8 of vocal music; and those desiring in-
struction in the ntQtiKR departments of vocalization,
and in all that pertains to the management, develop-
ment aud culture of the voice, will tifld here advan-
tages of the highest grade,
The location is celebrated for its healthfulnea*
and for the beanty of the surrounding sceuery. iVe
f.dd to our list of facilities a Library, Apparatus, and
accommodations for 200 pupils. The number of young
ladies In attendance hist year was 180. Present Senior
Commencement, first full week in June.
Pupils received at any time, and charged to tho end
of the term. —
Boarders are r?ceijwd ioto the family of the Princl
pal where their monns. intellectual habits, and their
associations are the objects of constant supervision,
t Oommrroicntions may bo addressed to the Principa
GEO. W. GRAVES, Sec y. '
The spring term of this Institution will commenco
on the 1st day of January 18C6. and end on the 7th day
T BR IT19.
Collegiate Department $27 5f
Prepsraf/rr •• 17 M
French or German ia 00
Latin or Greek 12 00
Music, Piano..*< . 27 50
M Melodeon. 27 50
M Guitar.., 87 50
" Vocal...,..., 00 00
Lse of Piano or Melodeon...; .. 6 0©
" Guitar * I 00
Embroidery, Ifax'Work, Hair Work per lesson
Drawiii*, o«r Wsaao.^s
Oil Paijtjo#. per lesson
Painting in water colors, per lesson ,t ^
Board per monthw.,., I5®0
Tl e Languages, Ancient and Modern, Music snd th*
ornamental branches are optional* In tbe Collegiate
Depart.meut pupila enter tho regular College classes
Boarders furnish their lights, towels, and one pair o f
sheets and pillow-canes each.
Payments (In specie or its equivalent.) tl*VAni ablt
in ai v anoa. , • i.V> ' J*j5dActwiy.
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