Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 6, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 27, 1866 Page: 2 of 4
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1l"ivio. Galvi jton :Oe it a fcrlgnnd
ialln.1 thu Conic! i ii.- nn1 will liolbl-
lowoil forthwith by other packctH
one of which will Uavo GalvcMtnu
line ituothcr Livorpnol every month
luakiny it a monthly lino both wayn.
rir. lloiifc found a'di-siro with tho
i iipitalifts and iiKirliantM of J.ivtr-
jmnl and othiT purt-t of Kiiropo to
i Maliliah R direct trailo with Ti-xaa
iiihI pa. ticniui'ly to tako an IntcroM
in lini'rt of i'iiiii'i:iiil vtfsni'U on- nc-
('Uiiil of the provaiiinir ilinposilion
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wt'iv made to him by highly rcapon-
. hililo persons to jmt on u line of pro-
jh'IIi'ih at niiio between Liverpool
and Galvwton and this Mr. limine
thiiiliK-will bo done very anon in or4
Wr to faeilitalo tin) transportation
if einirant.s. .Mr. lumoBnw. Jlr.
MeKeay who -lelt MeLoiuin county
homo two or tluvo lii'Hitlii jo l'6
Lapland with a view to brin over
imiuil'iUlU. Ii e h Mr. Mel;. Ikih
luii vry Kucocrisfnl in gottinom-
iructin liovoiihhire linghuid and
wrtli kooii bo Honciin over ijuito a
number: JIj huatua'lo his arrange-
ni on U to send them by a lino oi'ves-
elb to Now Orleans which vessels
ro to transfer the emigrants nt the
South Went Pum to steamers com.
injf from Xow Orleans to Galveston.
Mr IIouso found the inquiry about
Texan quito univoival through Kng-
land Traneo and fierniany'in nlfol
which countries ho. has traveled
quitu extonaively during tho past
' k'tx iuantb.4'. Hcuuv yir. James Sor-
ley in Liverpool and avhs informed
Uy hint that ho had succeeded in
makinpr arraniromcnts to ship umi-
(Cranls from Scotland to Liverpool
and thenco direct to Gujvcston. On
hit arrival in New York Mr. House
tw Mr. Alllcck there who was to
leave I iy the llivt steamer for Europe
with a view to-carry out hiu plans
lor bringing Scotch immigrants .to
II. informs me tliatoneortwo
more lines of Steamers will proba-
bly soon bo started in the trade be-
tween New York and Galveston in
addition to the three following lines
that have been in operation for some
1imo past namely: Messrs. (5. II.
' JIallory A with Win. Hcndloy
iV Co.. Galves-ton. as Agents; Spof-
1brd Tilson & Co.VTith T. H. Me-
Muluui i Co. as Agents in Galveston
and tho line of Willinmsd (Irayson
.f which John H. Sollors & Co are
Agents in Galveston. Besides these
lines of steamers now and soon to
be in tho trade thero will also be
no vera I linos of Fail vessels put in
. tho same trade this Fall.
There has mcontly been estab-
i liahed a line of sail vessels to run
Ik ween Boston and Galveston. It
' f owned by Messrs. Thayer & Lin-
coln who are tho successors to
Me.ser.s. LMowe & Bacon formerly in
this trade. Tho first vessels of this
l- lino aru nlreftdy on their way out
with very valuable cargoes con-
signed to T. W. House Galveston
Mr. House informs mo that hi
' saw several of tho leadinu Couserv-
tivo statesmen of tho North and
among others llr. Caleb dishing.
Ho say thev are far from beinjr dis
crmraged with Ihcpoiitical prospects.
I hev a'.imit tnat prospects are that
tho Congressional elections may go
against them and that possibly tho
itaaicals may maintain their pres
ent majority though this is believed
to bo very doubtful. Capt. Jlcndlev
; thinks the chances arc t hat tho Dem-
ocrats may carry tho Stato of New
THvr arc eerlain to carry tho cit-
fos of New York and Brooklyn and
aomo ailjacent counties counties by
largo maiorities. Several of the
towns of Connecticut have shown by
luto local elections that they will
give respectable Democratic major-
ities tboiiL'li at the last olection they
-fere carried by the Kadicalsl.v large
majorities. Jiut even should the
Badicals maintain their full power
. in Congress (wlwclua vory probable)
uiiil many of the most prominent
ami best intormod JJeinoeruts think
the Badicals alrealy see the necos-
fiity -of pursuinst a more moderate
and conciliatory course than the
party has heretofore (lone. They
. tec the sixrns of a reaction that is
.gradually though perhaps slowly
taking plaeo among tho masses.
Many of thcleading Badicals appear
t j tu alarmed at the consequences
. that may follow the extreme meas-
ures that have been threatened
' agaitft the South. It is asserted
' that thero arc not more than thirty
. 1'adical members of Congress who
we disposed to attempt tho execu-
tion of such violent threats of per-
secution agaiast the South as have
becu made by Thad. Stevens. Snm-
nii' and Browulow. I a-in glad to
Jc&r.i that President Johnson and
- Ml friends arc quite confident that
AVvtv though the Badicals may suc-
eaod iiv tho elections they will Hot
attempt to impeach tho President or
cTrn if thsjr do they will not aoc-
fcjcJ a. the R-idinala therruelrcs
will probably become dirided on all
.. - il..i :ii ...t. . a:
reel blow to tho - overthrow of the
V.oiititution of tli conn try and t-
lLct a radical change in the form of
rr orernmcnt Itcther rach
bopfa are well founded or not one
tiling is eertain and that it we can
fffect nothiity try anything we can
lb in the So&tfc fna'ber than to pre
the President t!l the aid inonrpow-
.er by ahowing to the world that we
are trly Joril. ai we profisa t be ;
and by electing men to office whoee
l"ralry cannot be questioned. I
- ran not tent-a that it i even de"red
r thongbt advisable Thy the Prti-
Jent arxl h leauig adnsem. that
to be actively cunvumiing tho conn
try in support of tho Pru-iident' I
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imi.cy ami ii run nu nun ucci. vo luf)ttl for
l fli.4 vnnilll III iciutlli tliu Blun-
ders of Hamilton against tho people
of Texan. XV. B.
mil. il.a b.iva tun f Prnwiiou: ahlla 1 Clifiirnlhg'ie Km It ifHti.lnv l li l.
linoiu I ivporud lo lt Ui. " " V""- -' '"
PtULlAllKII I. Mill Y IAT1 nilAT IIOIINISO
' By JOHN W SWINDELLS.
SntiiriUji Jlornlm.'. tirtubrr ii isio.
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S Ccil one )rar fur tK'4Mt I'. S rarrriiry.
I " " 4000 "
40 " " "' .100 " '
40 ' 11000 '
Aii. onAnipr KralU ti. thu arllrr upofriirh clul. uf
l..i iiMnir. Thr muoijr. In cirra ImuMrr to accotti.
Our Sir-. (Im Hi- ul Hi U .! lypr.) 91 Sm f.r Ilia
I) mi mnl 7f. crulii IhrriH-li illlllotial iitorrtton.
ttruiir rlmriti' fir anutiniclaa a ran1llAi. for
Slain ur DUtrli-t olDriti U 4I& ami foi Cuiinlv ar rn.
clnrt nDlcaa $7 CO (ini-aMa luvatlal ljr wlieu IliC
4llltniitirrMrnt la MlliUv.
no-Tiii-uiwe rati air In ljg.il I. nj.-r. Sclt
rrci'liMl at lla marllat value.
" la fumrc w will cliarca lha mini .Iv.rllilnn
rata far all ubf ritary nnllrra. Her ann.mnceirtrtiia
uf marrlepea ami ilaitVi alll Ii lmirl.il Hrntlaa
heretofore liut if Ibi-' eaLved this v mutt i-liaru
lor m-ni .
06" Wheat nr nrivlare n(ianY kind Hint -a can
umi. 'akeu at Iba boat market price fur all iluca to
U JIIB WORK fall bliida erouiril
trlth nratnraa mnd diapnlrh.
Mewr. WiMRTOy A SAxarLirrc No. ll'.C.'mmtt
Slroet. Nun' tlrlrnua Ln.. nre llie riM.Y AtTlloMlirn
Affeiiti lirlltal rtty lo obltiln atrt rolle.'t aitl.acrlf-
tlntia nn.l aifrertiM'llien'a for the Uiiltaa lleralO.
S. It. Noblb New Ofllce. UuIti'nIiiii.
Cnpr. .T.viifEa W. .loilMOif . Hanfmili Ti-xnl.
J. T. Tumor Kni. Korl Worth.
II. V. Ilnablna E-il. Waxabarlile Hill i-onnly.
Cnit. A.J. Uali.. ttentlierloril I'arkor Co. Ti'XnR.
I ilfl ilia rlinnee of Inline
Wi ll our l.iwn nf la'o l.na trull (nillili
on bj.hI iiiuny aira iu 1I10 unvuf im-
W leant fiirllirr follll nn(( jn ic li trrtt. e of mini -rout u.. rceuirnl. To ti..rr hmiaia liatr
that the- van at Kentucky lon Crojaou rlm ili.n.in it n(-oiel. It hlrw lnavy J bniH.ineJ by J.iiu.t fruiii ilir
Oilier eoutllirl u Hit District W lave UO I .. e'. n-i 1.tTl... r..li.l : liu 1V our rtteinrlaiuv eillarua. All. Ilnri
Hgiirta or reporla. j SluiM buiuurr Nonbatn lium Now Voik ! ni ' I'mrii. I'sjii. 1'uve tSiitt liat buili
Fiuiii Ilia Ul. Bid anJ Jili. Milrk-ti llm ' via Kry Wl. re nor la linrliiir ululcl new blckaiulllnli.ii ml bin honl f.n
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on 1 ue rut mat. on mo oohm ur tiroigm '. ii ii.a uuw. .ir
i.uiiiv naa 1111111 a nun roniuoiii-d near 11 e
eotmly were til for Uiadiliawj liow uiaky 1 ! '!' t l" ni.nhei-at an I ilia M I l'"or I . h. I iilUiu. A
' . .. ... ! mm Uieuliiiiu li..:Ju llio tiiiM iu atviu iul ImiiJaouio wajfoii manufactory
voir wire caat W did uol liiar. ro""1'" ; fttl0111 uf w" lrp r j bUckauiillt .hop aliaolir.l l.aaKrii
Prolratirat Eplarvpul Charc'h.
Divine Service will be held (D. V.) every Sinday
morning at loj n'elork end la Ihu eveninir el 8 o'.
clock in Ibe uppurrooui of lllrHh's hrk-k tolMllijr.
. fiKO. HOTTKNSTKI.N.
l'royrr Boofce for laloat Ulreim. W. II. I'ntlber A
Co's. Thu proceetli to defray contlugiul cxih-iuon ol
Life of Stonewall Jackson.
I will reselve iu it few days 24 copies of
the above work by I'rofceaor bubney 7U0
pipes illustrated Willi a steel portrait nil J
eleven diagrams; the only cditiou authori-
zed by I lie widow of Gen. Jackson. Sold
exclusively by subscription nt the follow-
Dottnd in cloth per copy" SI 00
" hnlf calf " 00
reraons who have subscribed lo the above
can now be supplied.
J. W. SWIXDKLLS Agent
Herald Office Dal hi 8 Toxin.
IOK SAE.K. An improved place in
. the North part of the Town of Dallas
containing 1 j aores of ground with dwel-
ling house kitchen smoke-house and nn
excellent well of lasting walcr. It is one
of ike most desirable locations' in town and
with a small outlay might be made a beau-
tilul place. For parlioiilars emyiirc al the
4:tf UUl.YLD OFFICE.
Ml ". two were lest before gitilii near
bore. In lomlliig the lailer were lost.
One was named Annie front Klioilv
Island; lie oiher llosa Howard of New
York l'ulh bodies were waahed aalioie;
A GOOD steady Journeyman Tinncrcan
1 get constant emplovnient by applying
to .. JXO.P. HI I.L
C:8t. Dallug Texas.
SeifW't me under constant obligations
Id our friends at Austin for favors. Our
Senator Cnpt. J. K. P. Record our Repre
sentatives Messrs. Burford and Cochran
and Hon. V. li. Dashiell of Kaufman nuil
Capt. Jno. W. Lone and W. L Clmlmots.
nre all entitled to our opccinl .h.iuki.
ttiSrWe tako pleasure iu calling at toil-
tion lo the new advertisement of Musten
I'ose Si Brother iu this pnper. Thcue gen-
tleman ns we stated last week nre now re-
ceiving Iho largest and most varied slock
of general merchandize ever brought to
this market since the close of the war and
they invito iho patranngo of all persons
wishing new and choice goods. Give them
a call at Hush's brick corucr where they
will be pleased to serve you.
tThe regular -Full Term of the Dis-
trict Court for this County commenced its
session on Monday lust Ilia Honor Judge
Jno. J. Good prcsidiriL' and our friend
Capt. J. Em. Hawkins or Ellis County Dis-
We understand that there is a very
heavy docket on hand but from the well
known rapidity of Judge Good in dispos
ing of business we anticipate that all the
eases will be gone through with wilbin the
given two weeks assigned to this county.
We have met the following attorney! in
attendence on the court all of whom we
believe seem to bare their bands full. Col.
Jo. Rushing from Kaufman county Capt.
A.J. Hall and R. J. McKentie Esq. from
Parker; Hon. J. W. Ferris Capt. A. Brad-
shaw and Col. J. W. Payne trout Ellis;
Col. II. 0. Hendricks. Capt. J. C. Terrell
and Jno. P. Smiib Esq. from Tarrant;
Capt. Robt 8. Guy from Lancaster and
onr resident attorneys Col's. J. C. McCoy
1. M. Crockett anil Geo. W. Guess Maj.
T. C. Jordan and Tighl. Kendall Ki.
Rkadt hade Clothivo. Messrs.. Mas-
ten Ross li Ca lave'f ftandsotne assort.
men! of seasonable Clotbiug fuilaClt for
any and everybody. The cold wind of the
paat woek has induced warm clothing and
he that cannot please himself la the above
Stock la indeed bard to please.
tkaT'Eoy Tour Uoodi at Jeffries.
tTWe call attention la the advertise-
ment of George W. Bairdj Agsnt for the
celebrated Calkoua Plow. He baa just re-
ceived 100 of these plows which be offers
Sctf-Metera. Peel thimbie k Jones General
Agnate far Agricw laral aeal other Machin-
ery Fire Traof Safes Pianos aad Organs
have as UreTtieemeat la te-daya pepe'i
all tjieae article fkkk tkey sell at wbole-
tileaai retail at suiriojaelorers prieet.
See tbe advertisement.
a - .
J-We stave aethiag T latereM ffU
iba LegUlatar tbir ereek. The Atutia Ga-
tettc ef lb 30th aajs:
'Tbe LeriaUiore bae twea anile lado-
triova tbe snaet weak baldiag iwe oaaemnie
frr stay aMrwiag ri evening. A (rreat
.any private bills hare bee diepMcbed
aaA eeweioVrable .io;irn aiade witb Ma
rraeral lava af i r port suae Tie ladiee
tuts4 tbe aigbt erMiei-a anal the eeaeevj
im ie rtiel trvraJ apretwea are neiag
aaa4eattbeMaietiaae.bat alleeea le be
Iislaaee1 U erttb fratiiej aUeatiea."
re are pVraarA e eaeet ia ewr amae-
twaa thkt rk. ear U rmi i. T. Twever
Eaa)- Diwtriet CVtk f Tarrant eaavaty
laaakrwe renoel nn hi tea healtk On
Ciiabliston S. C Oct. 1.1. Tho grnnd
jury mode their presenluicut to the l ulled
States Court to-duy. After toiichlug upon
local topics they express llie hope lluit tho
National Congress will diapimsionalrly
oonsidcr tho slulo of the country aud ili-
rrot its etforls lo tho full restoration of the
L'niou removing or n'odifying all disqual-
ifying acts especially tho tost onlli. They
also advert lo Iho. caso of Mr. Davis and
urge his speedy Iriul or release ou bail us
a mutter of justice and humanity.
New Yon K Oct. 10. Arrived : Steam-
ship Scotlt from Qixenslown with dates
to the 7tb Inst.
Tho following nre tho principal condi-
tions of tho treaty of peace between. Aus-
tria and llnly : A mutual eschar-ce of pris
oners of war: Atis'rin consents lo the un.
I ion of Venetia to Itolv: llie front ins lo
be added lo Italy are llioso which coustiiu
ted Iho administration ef Vcnetin while
under the Austrian dominion; the amount
of debt to be nssuim-d by Italy ijp thirty
million florins payable in cloven install
inents iii twcniy-tlirco months.
Washington Oct. 10. The United Slates
Direct Tax Commissioner will sell lo I lie
highest bidders the following Government
properly situated on the Islands of Port
lloynl Ladies' St. Iloleua Coosa and Par-
ry. The sales will coniinenco as follows:
November 1 (i (ill! lots and houses in Iho
town of Beaufort; November fi nearly
8000 lots in the newly laid out town of
Port Royal nl the south n est end of Si.
Helena Island; December 3 tliirty-threc
school farms containing i.boul (i()U(l acres.
Tlrcsc sales nre to bo made under tho net of
July 10 18UU.
The Mcxioan Minister here doubts tbe
reported victories of Mejia over Escohedo
nt Monterey assigning as a reason that
accounts from the City of Mexico to tlio
SOlli ult. represented Mejia to be at that
place and thai therefore it was impossi-
ble for him to havo marched 809 miles and
achieved tho victory bctwocn that time aud
tho dalo of Iho alleged violory.
1 lie I'resident lias appointed Augustus
W. Norcross Assessor of the Internal rcv-
It people ff tbe South ehrralJ WO- rriev.4i U Terrae atoalj rpoteaaker ka
nrt iiie Radical .imenlment to lbt Ur. Tmnn ta tgnt ike HeraU; aay
t onstitotion. Vaiea trswaiaia mi un ite tea as
Hr. Hon-t lfvcfi on 4enbiei:ireVAr'"
vole Is Sbscaltered among ilia various can-
dldniei ilml wo can form no opinion as lu
alio are elected. Theia appcara lo have
been a general want of Interest in the re-
sult judging from the small vote cist.
ikjjrQuiio a change look place In the
weather dining the first three days of Ik's
week. Monday morning a Norther sprang
up uhloli blew nil day; Tuesday morning
front was situ In some places and Wed-
nesday I It c sky was overcast and a cold
raw F.ivst wind prevailed reminding one of
the ucnr approach of winter and the ne.
cessity for a change of clothing and. llie
increase of the wood pile. The demand
for thick clothing Increased and our friends
Maalcn Ross & Co. at llirsh's brick cor
ner were relieved of a considerubla quan-
tity of their new stock.
JlsCrMr. Coughanour has procured the
services of a musio teavher In his school
who give lessons ou tho piano. See his
Tur. Frontieb. We have tuuoh satisfac-
tion in publishing the following dispatch
from Oen. Sheridan to Gov. Throckmorton.
It is In part the result of His Excellency's
until iugencrgy. Ilobas not permitted an op-
portunity to pnsstoprescnt the wants of our
suOei ing frontier pcoplo to those in author-
ity. Since the Governor has been in Aus
tin he has- not let a commanding officer
from Gcul. Heiizelmnn up lo Gcul. Grant
and tho Picsi'lcnlrcat on the subject tbe
letters ho has written we are told would
malic a largo volumo on this Important
With 2000 U. S. Civalry and iho Texas
Rangers called out by the Governor we
hope and believe that tho frontier will be
fully protected and we hope to bear that
the orders of Gen. Sheridan have been car-
ried out and tho frontier posts re-established.
The following Is the dispatch of Gen.
. New Orleans La. Oct. 10th 1800.
HU Excellency J. W. Throckmorton
Governor of Tcxat :
Govebnoe: Authority has been given
lo General Hcintzolman commanding tho
District of Texas to concentrate the whole
available cavalry force under his comma d
at such points on the frontier of your Stato
as may answer best for its protection. The
recruits with their Regiments soon to.be
mounted and tho recruits now en route to
joiu them will mako the strength of the
twenty-one (21) Companies over two thou-
nnil i 1)1 101 men. Should this force not
be ftricquato additional troops can ue sent. "iii oi uuismua
Iu view of the great expense and difficulty nd Jnlitis Eniicmnser Assessor for the
.nun vi.utivi iu.i umic
llosTo.v Oct. 10. Gen. Banks was re-
nominated lo-clay lo Concrcss bv the Ue-
btiblienns of tho Sixth District on tho first
ballot. Hanks had 111 votes of. MS. The
nomination was declared unanimous.
New Y'onK Oct.-lfl. Tho' Times of lo-
day speaking of a Radical Republican
mooting nt tho Cooper Institute last night
says it was very successful. Tho Hall was
crowded till scarcely a foot of standing
room was left unoccupied and five or six
thousand people gathered about the outside
stiiid. The principal addresses wore de-
livered by. Hannibal Hamlin ex-Vice-President
and Senator Wilson of Massachu-
setts. It was a noticeable feature of the
assemblage that the more radical wero the
uttoruuocs of these thoroughly Radical or-
ators the greater tho applause and enthu-
siasm of the crowd.
Nashville October 10. Fears wero en-
tertained of a riot yesterday because sev-
eral negroes who had been arrested as va-
grants summarily left for the South being
offered their liberty if they would go to
work upon certain Mississippi plantations.
Tl-xus ApiocUtca' Tress Dlsji-it.-lios
New York Oct. 17. Tho Democratic
Conservative Convention 14th District met
at Albany to-day. Nominated Hon. Mr. 0.
H. Pruyn candidato for Congress.
New Oiilea.vs Oct. 17 Gold 147J.
Deaths from yellow fever C to 8 pey day
which is a gradual decrease. '
Washington Oct. 17. Thire ft no pos-
sibility whatever that the President will
change his policy as. to restoration as has
been intimated in somo papers.
New York Oct. 17 Noon. Gold forty-
eight and Ihree-eight (48) cents.
The steamti Green from Georgetown S.
C reports passing a schooner and largo
brig ashore also tho steamer Monticello;
the latter was badly waterlogged. Her
cargo of turpentine was strewn along tho
Washington Oct. 17. A letter recoived
here from Lieut. Gen. Sherman discusses
the political situation and emphatically ap-
proves 11 a President s restoration policy.
The military quarantine established from
Virginia lo Texaa will be withdrawn on
the Istjiroxiino at the euggostion of the
St. Lor is Oct. 17. A steam boiler ex-
ploded in Shubrick's turning establish-
ment Franklin Avenue this morning.
The building is demolished. Twenty-two
persona are known to be buried in its ru-
ins. Washixoton Oct. 18. Secretary Stan-
ton had a lengthy interview with the Pres-
ident'this morning. Hiteurly retirement
from tbe War Department is conceded.
New Orleans Oct 18. Grand prepara-
tions ar snaking for the Mechanical and
Agricultural Fair. The insufficiency of
bouse accommodations it is supposed will
be supplied by the election of tents.
New York Noon. Gold 48 J. Bahama
dalea to the 13th received. .
A terrifio hurricane commenced ia the
Bahamas oa the 30ib and lasted two days;
about half tbe Iowa of Nassau is demolish-
ed ; Trinity church was destroyed ; a por-
tion of tba roof of tbe Government House
was earried away and tbe roof ef Marine
Hospital entirely destroyed. Tb neigh-
boring islands suffered ia like manner.
Large Bombers ef veaaelt ara jtoat and daa-
ared. Tbe hnrrieena ia Lb aevereet sine
- Ga. Castlemaa baa arriead ea route te
Vera Cms to replac Gea. Jlsiaine. A de
putation of eitisens from Mataoiorat arriv
rt e ll.r in 1 1 li. fi i f (
i i mi slut 1111 (mi ara l n
ti n il.. f en aura jrni. m h il icm I '
In. I i.f rieaitr nil jt. . tnen nf
1 1 1 l hi illii'l.rt'i.iii of lb f ii e an I il ii'v
ii i I -ii'ti or ilie a.v - .i v i t ar of an old
I i.l ' . .i.l.t-r N't in in fin r-i'H i "lie p'p'r
ii . a n-i i.l 'i. i-a in null r l.i j.nht.o eenli '
-i.l nl. A rrfuiairr u ual eierl In li.r ul I
II. e rn. rriii. Willi Ihi-n Inrla hfiira in.
' ni.- in I nl a lato 1-ti rinine why llmee '
a I. in our l-l ile aie n.l vot-.itine a n fnrm
- iu ll.a avatuiu of piomutin ililerlinl im-
p-i.vt mi me Bhould be eo earnreily enudenui.
i-1. 1 1 use men mint he eiig nrd in n good
j l!nl lu leave llie prrauinplloii ariainx
fl.:u Ihin well known priiu-ipln of hummi
' iialiur lal uaai'Kue llireaee: Suppea prl-
: nte em puj'uliuii oiguiiiiod nn I chartered
In Imilil a rallroatl: Whenever dial rnadoh.
I laiua Stale aid I he iiinaaea are taxed for llie
briiilil of a few aiorklioMore boouuta the
i.i Ilia upou the iuvemiueut gm-a lo bencAl
the company. II liwever ilio road belongs
lu the Siuto llie profile of the road will be
used fur the b no tit of nil en payers. The
piupiiiiioii is plain and simple. It needs
Kocji ou Inud tlio larrmt mid nn.tt Compluto Stor k of
JSf O "DC X O -CCT S
III I fiat Sin! i. H'l 111V iTri-i I iVnill III' M.llml.li'lillVln Hi! I a
run Im hoiilit i n .N'rtv Oi .-:iii i.r mi v ill her Iniil ket.
Vnu Ilml n lull Mnr or.ofiii ofnll KliuN.
"''P. I 'I'lilinel ieM. Slutiunerv fSrlmol Bo.l;s. iraierv Tllhle flllil l't.iP if
I ( l; Bi n-he li.a Violiiia Uohlni' Uinssca IMrh llfloU
! Itli'l l.inea ( henp Jewelry Beiiils Pnriisnls rmMocks I'lnhivlltiH '
! "riots lloopShirN lsm. j. MiK rtlM 'jVinimintr".
But tons Beltn. Belli Kil.l...itH Kelt lluchlen Silver 1'hlteil
ilia f'alilain aeemi.l 11..1IA ami lu.i mhhiiii...
of the Drlilsh Hark Ainbiosine. for lueeui- t'hrlstlun Ohiireh and the Inner nuai.1 no lung and prosy argument loselile I lie
loan che was lu a sevore uurriLaue and '"...iioa "iii auuw ummrD ri-pmre ami 'iim...Hw m miu. ui ma mm eeii.-iii
w.nllo pUceaon the Oih. The Captain vveral other houses will probably gi up1 Agiiia we sugaest that the Sialo can
and crew weio forwarded from Key West later fo you ace MiKitiuay is al ''"'U needed roads by employing convicts
la Sew York. The Ambroaine wnn cleared wurk. I "ineiliing must lie done lo pioveul Iho con-
fi em this port by Jud.ih I.eHaion llie Our meiehmils appear lu bu doing a : vicieit frecdinen from becoiuingnu cipeuso
1 tit It of Scptcaibcr with a caruo of limber I "I'lendid huaiaesn. We hareeiglit dry goods to Iho Slato. ;'iin. J'rtn.
anil .lanle I bonne lo-wil : 1. H Newaouie ft Co.. ti. A.
Savannah Ga. Oclober 11. A private r'oue l';i "J Mitrruy W. II. Ila- Vc lTa ftonj a private letter to a citl- !
letter from Mavporl Mills Florida savs "y. r.meuon Largm et vo. V. L. ea
l a a.. . ......e.
rornsnmi Spoons. Bulmiccil Ilnii'lle Knives rimers
a r w""'.! S!'' 'n'k. Sit: ; nls. Axes Hoes
tulleo Mills Inu-o Chains Bliml Bridles lla.nes Collars Sieves 4e.
A BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF CLOCKS.
Keinpmlicr the Chlldreii pnd look ai our slock or TOYS.
DoJIm Marhles Battles Bnhher Balls Hiinniiiiieiis JewslmrpH Jiiniping
Johich lops Toy Wntehe.- ami a.thoiiMtiul other articles.
n-ncaL notxij.. --
that OoiihUby iho sccoud mate of iho 1 ullwiij ' llliams S. Fcaria ; tao'Ju.K
Evening Slur has arrived there having j "ores li. A. Foote and lU.mey ; I wo fuiui.
left the slcainer wilb a boat UuJ of ludive. groceries David Stiff and 'Frank Iton-
thai of the latter wns nearly devouud by lm ttly P'"' o" " Jfese ud the .Vi-
siiarns. llio m-ite is barely alive.
ley; two groceries; two hotels the MuKiu
ney Hotel by F.J. Cnnnon and llie Pluntor's
House by W.J. Taylor; two He.im flour-
ing Mills. We have also one newspaper in
successful operation Ihu Motcnjer which
tit ibis couutv that Robert J. S ledge
r.tn director and sole ninniiger of the
Hrriihnin Tap llailrond has .lust relumed j
from iho North where he has been on busi- I
nets connected with his road and slates
that he had uuparullod success in obtain-
ing rolllug stock and iron for the road and
as much money an ho need. Mr Sledge
slates thai it is his intention lu extend that
road lo Waco and tho work is to commence
owrrr. a pnneras lurce as the lleiald. will i vory soon.
issue lis Drat number in two or three weeks. I That road has been less thought of by our
We have four blncksmiih simps; oua cabi-! citizens and persons speculating as to tlio
net and furniture simp; two giinsiuiilia; j probability of a railroad reaching hero iu
two jewelry and watchmakers; two wagon "ny reasonable limo than any o'her. We
manufactories ; three practising physicians I venture Ihe prediction thai the enorgy
and four lawyers. perseverance and skill of Mr. Sledge will
Pcoplo are moving among us d lily from I bring that road lo Waco long before the
llie Slules and they tell us of more to come numerous roads already spoken of and said
giving us Ihe hope of a bright I'uturo fur - 10 bo ou foot have mudo a good beginning.
our rich and beautiful country
Tho "grass-hoppers'' have all left ns and
no more trouble Is feared from Iheiu. They
passed Sunth and it is likely enllod In sec
you Dallas folks as Ihoy "inarched la the
Wheal is selling at one dollar per bushel
corn til'iy cents per bushel and Hour four
dollars per hundred all in specie.
The election on last Monday created lit
tle or no internal llieomcial
WBiiy your Uoods nt Jeffries.
TueOrkat National. Field Trial or
Mowkiis Asn Reapers at Avdurx. An
appropriation of $5000 was made by Ihe
New Y'ork Stale Legislature for tho pur-
pose of practically testing combined mow-
ers and reapers and oilier 'farming imple-
ments and the supervision of the trial on.
voio ot tlio trusted to tho Btaie
couuly is as follows: Epperson SHI; Iliad-1 The trial of these comhined mowers nii-l
shaw o-l; Hill 1.
Success to tho lltrull
Respectfully your friend
of supplying this force nt remote points on
the frontier great judgment will bo requir-
ed lo prevent unnecessary movements of it.
P. H. SHERIDAN.
Ci2f"Biiy your Goods nt Jeffries.
JtgJ"0n Monday last we visited the new
foundry of our friend 0. L. Bailey in this
place when we witnessed the process of
casting. The run was very successful unci
tho various castings turned out presented
a smoothness and finish which we must
confess we wero hardly prepared to sec in
a newly established foundry. The work is
far superior to any 'J'cxns work we havo
teen and speaks well for the ability of the
moulder Mr. GriOUhi.
This new enterprise deserves lo be fos
tered by our people. and we are pleased to
stato that Mr. Bailey is receiving the en-
couragement which he so well deserves.
aw" ".Boy your goods at Jeffries" Is one
of the standing lines in our advertising
columns and we believe it is good advice.
Our mercantile friends nil know the value
of printer' ink and Jeffries is no excep-
tion lo the general rule. But we. started
out to aay that Jeffries has just received a
large lot of now clothing suitable to the
season and those in need of winter goods
would consult their interest by giving him
a call. .
A Southern Machanic Triumphant. -The
Richmond Examiner records the fact
that at Ihe New Y'ork Stale Fair justclosed
al Saratoga the first three prizes were
awarded to Geo. B. Sloat Esq's. "Elleptic
Sewing Maohine" which bas for the past
six years been manufactured exclusively
in Richmond unler the supervision of the
M. 8. Hedriek Is tbe Agent in New Or-
leans. His advertisement will be found in
this day's Herald.
SciciDE. Mr. Washington Harper a re-
spectable aitisea f thia county who re-
sided thirteen miles south of Bonham com-
mitted saieid sr last Monday the 15th
insL by shooting himself through tbe bead.
He placed Ibe pistol to lbs right aide of his
head above the upper part of his ear and
discharged tbe load ; the ball passed through
and lodged against the skia af to forehead.
Mr. Harper waa a gentleman f intelli-
gence and moral worth beloved by all who
knew bint. He leaves a wife and six chil-
drea to mourn bis untimely death. W
cannot conjeetur whal it waa that lead tbia
man to tueh aa unfortunate end; at he was
of sober hnbi'a. and of a very ealm temper
fmiad. Trwly do wasympathiar wilb the
unfortunate family ia tbia Lbeir tad be-rievemrnt-
GatasBOrTEts. Last week we noticed
tb appearan of tbe grasshoppers aad
the haped they would pane over without
eoiag tetany daasage; bet ia this w have
beca disappointed for Ibay bar "nettled'
U tmr tniuel aad ar doing great Injdry to
Lb pat 'are aad ar destroying the early
DtfAsna T ma TAr-W leant that
....4mcil ia Ennt Fork af
Trieity Ikia morning by a ndJea ria f j ed la tb Cily of Mexim begging Ihe Impe
ls atreaaa abortly after leaving this plae
for fKmbaat. Tbe kind wheels bed and one
Bsnrerwrcrrieel aowa atr -ase by tb
ewrvrav erbiea VM owry troag at Ik a Croa-
tia f. Tb br driver aad foreekeels
rtnehef la epaema aia in tram.
mmmrvmrnt eoriurr a'emt bit roe.ket bok.
whrtk. a Ihtr heavy aad ft vppo d
t karv goa ie b WtVona. Wheal mur i
fortin left La eeet T u saner in
agirriag fniems ef tb eta- 4 bra
vriiad aei tervely eabled W tbe W
Tba Bail bar were nexrved. Ixrt lb ena-
tta wrrra dwbttaaeb injyr Vr Kim-
rial (iov eminent to take peemmioa ef Mat-
aaioran stating that a large Bomber of
troop was aet aeeesoary a Ik whale pori-
ulatioB weuld rise ia favor af tiie Inperial-
(tnBay yoor Goods at Jeffrie.
Letter from Denton.
C'tniinunli-ulvd lo llio Il.ill.is Herald.
Denths del. 7th. 1800.
Dear Ilervli : I havo just arrived in
III is plado from Austin where 1 had bcrti
on business connected with the defence and
protection of the frontier. Wliilo there 1
wss made familiar with the "honorable and
eontjiicuout" part played by several "honor-
able mrmbcrt ' of the I lib Legislature in re-
lation to frontier protection lam indeed
sorry and deeply reprei that men honored
with tlio high and dignified position of a
sent in the councils of our Stato should bo
so lost to a sense of common decency and
a generous sense of human incentive ns to
abuse slander and dcl'iimo the fuir fume of
the helpless females now upon the frontier
in a defenceless condition xposed to the
merciless hand of Iho blood thirsty savage.
But however unnatural such a course mav
seem some have even choso lo do so; and
in a defiant manner outside Ihe Legislative
Halls havo dared to cast their bitter false
and undeserved imprecations.
Immediately after the defeat of the (fouso
Bill for froutior protection by the Senate
both bouses adjourned and the members
rcpairt-d to their respective boarding houses
for dinner on the way the aigumeuls for
and against tho bill were freely discussed.
A certain Senator speaking of tho nlloget
outrages committed by Indians on the per-
sons of frontier females cast souio reflec-
tion ou Iheircharaclcr which was overheard
by Mr. Kendall member from Denton coun-
ty and on their return to the Hall after
dinner Kendall in company with Capt.
Barrett member from Wiso county accost-
ed the aforesaid Senator denouncing him
in the most pointed language. Tbe offend-
ing Senator tried to .cxpluiu apologise or
do anything to conciliate the incensed
member from Denton who contemptuously
turned away saying he would not bandy
words with a man so lost lo honor and de-
cency as to make a remark exhibiting so
great a waut of kind feeling mid generous
impulse for the sufferings of a people so
helpless yet no brave nud magnanimous as
those of Ihe frontier. The Senator then
remarked lo Capt. Barrett that he did not
intend to be brow-beaten or abused for any-
thing he might have said. Capt. Barrett
coolly remarked that if he intended In jus-
lify himself in snyinor what Kendall had
charged him that he Barrett would hold
him responsible for nil he had said. A
considerable crowd had gathered around by
this time whoso mediation was adhei'ed lo
and the case was referred and filially set-
tled; the parties agreeing to soy nothing
more about it. The frontier memliors prov-
ed on this occasion 1 lint they would not on-
ly defend their women from (he bloodthirs-
ty savage but against the withering tongue
or the slanderers. Suoh pluck is always
commendable and worthy Ihe warmest
grntitue of those in whose defeneo the gal-
lant always appear. .
I learn since my arrival here that du-
ring my absence thero lias been another
raid by Indians more daring than any pre-
vious coming through tho ocntre of Mon-
tague county into Denton and easiug Don
ton (heretofore considered secure) nf a out
300 head of horses. The parly consisted of
some 100 Indians. Ingoing out Ihey pass-
ed within one-half mile of tho town of
Montague about the middle of the day
they killed several. persons. The frontier
I learn is fast falling back men even from
Ihe N. W. portion of Denton are moving In.
Something must soon be done alee all is
lost. Y'ours truly
frarONLY ONE PRICE. "do.
Corner I'laiililiii and Tia.li Sis. late Husk IIohmc
January 20 IPi'.ft l!:ly. - -- - - . -
I. C. BE LISLE . JOHN F. WEATIIERSPOON
Formerly of Houhnui Texas. of Marshall Texas.
L. C. DE LISLE & CO
llUUEJViTJU J'UHWAKBIKIJ AND
A.vn wholesale and retail heai.ehs im
And Agent for the Sale of Agricultural Implements of all Kinds Mills Machine-
ry Beltinrj &c. &e.
E.-ST Wholesale and Commission Department in their htre Briek (fire-
proof) WnrehoiiHo nt tho Depot. Betail anJ Sample- Departments in
their Store Houses North side of tho Public Sijunre.;; kj -j i
Liberal advances mudo on conMi'iriimenK and spoein! nttention paitl U
the hale (ur shipment) of Cotton Wool Hides Agricultural Implement
Mills Machinery Furniture Stoves &c.. &c. 49:tf
TJ. 8. Internal Eevenue Uotice Con
The Act of Congress approved July 13th
18'iij prohibits Ibe removal of Cotton f.-om
the collecting District in which it wns pro .
duced under any circumstances except the
lax b paid or upon the execution of the
required bond fur the payment of the same
as the law directs.
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue
hat designated Marshall Harrison county
Jefferson Marion county; Bethany Panala
eouaty; Maenolia Anderson county; and
Mill Creek Bowieeounty ; aa place iu this
District where cotton may be brought for
lb purpose of being appropriately weighed
and marked. For thia purpose an Assist-
ant Assessor and a Deputy CoDealer will
be stationed at each ef the above ninted
plaeea with tb exception of Mill Crack
and eaa be found during busineaa hours of
each day except when necessarily absent
in discharge ef official duties. At Mill
Crack aa Assistant- Assessor and Deputy
Collector will be found oa Wednesday f
CoUoa tony be weighed and marked at
any other tbaa the above designated place
npoa Ihe pavment of the expense f lb
officers who perform Use work.
la aU casta the fee for weighing aad
marking soutl be paid by the owner or bold
The nenallv for removal of eotloa from
tb District ta which it wa produced ia a
6n of (100 for each hale removed r at
tempted to be removed beside eoaaneauon
renpers was hold nt Auburn during the in
tensely heated term of July Inst. Fifty
nine machines wero entered forcouipeiition
and over two weeks occupied in the numer-
ous severo teals to which they wore sub-
jected. The committee of cloven judges compris-
ing prnctioal and scientific ngriciilturistn
and machinists made public the result of
their ftbors on W ciluosday evening lust
at Iho State fair nt Saratoga. They awurd-
t lie first premium grand gold medal lo
Waller A. Wood for his combined reaper
and mower built by Ihe Walter A. Wood
Mowing and Reaping Machine Company
as the best reaper anj mower combined.
Tbe nW't proiuinoni paints of superiority
shown in Wood's machine were perfection
of work in all kinds of grain and grrss.H1
and on every variety of Biirface lightness
of draft ease of management porfcetion of
mechanical construction simplicity
strength and durability. Xationat Intel-
ligencer. Peel Dtinible & Jones Galveston Agents
Appointments of the East Texas Con-
ference. San Augnstino District.!. R. Burke P.
E. circuit John J3. Woolani; Newton cir-
cuit A. D. Parks; Jasper D. S. Watkins;
Hemphill Samuel Weaver; Melrose John
Patillo; Bhclbyville I. O. B. Richardson;
Douglas J. R. Middlction; J. W. Overall
Marshall District L. R. Dennis P. E.;
station W. Witcher; circuit J. Matins;
Elysian Fields L. E. Cro'tiso; R. A. Woolen
supernumerary; Cnrthnge J. 11. Bellamy;
Henderson station N. W. Burks; circuit
tl. W. Cottingliam ; Mt. Enterprise L. P.
Lively ; Mursliall colored charge to be sup-
plied. Jefferson District Richard Lane P. E.;
station It. W. Thompson; Duingcrficld T.
B. Norwood; Sulphur Springs.). W.Hamill;
Coffcevillo W. V. Perry; .1. T. P. Irvine
supernumerary; Gilmer H. D. Palmer;
Quitman J. S. Terry ; Boston A. E. Mo-
Dougnl. : Kaufman District Mot H. Nccly P. E.;
Sulphur Bluff oireuit W. 11. Davis; J. H.
Lowe supernumerary ; Ladonio Culvon
J. Cock; Spriugvillo .1.11. Rabb; Cautrn
W. L. Carleton; Garden Valley J. W.
Fields; Kaufman W. A. Shook. '
Paris District John W. Piner P. E.;
Paris station Thos. M. Smith; Paris cir-
cuit.!. 11. Ellis; Huuey Grove Jesse H.
Walker; Clarksvillo and McKinzle to be
supplied; Savanah M. O. MeAtister; Mo-
Kinzie College J. W. P. McKinzie Pres.
Paris Female Institute Jas. Graham Prin-
cipal. ' :
Sherman District J. M. llinklcy P. E.;
Sherman Station John II. McLean; Sher-
man oireuit TV W. .Mitchell ; Gainsville
Green Boyd; Fish Creek to be supplied;
Bonham Win. M. Robins ; Greenville Wm.
P. Reed ; If. W. Cumiuing supernumerary.
Dallas District Wm. II. Hughes P E.;
Dallas oireuit W. E. Young; Scyne Jas. P;
Rogers; Ronkwall J. L. Angell McKiuney
John W. Chalk; Denton Wm. E. Bates;
Grape Vine J. C. Smith. '
Palestine District John Adams. P. E ;
Palestine and Mound Prairie Station F.J.
Patillo; Palestine circuit to bo supplied ;
Husk Statl in Jeff. Shook; Rusk rimin-l
Lynch; Jacksonville 10 he supplied; Tyler
Station to be supplied; Athens circuit M.
C. Simpson; Kicknpoo to bo supplied.
Crockett District Joseph Bond P. E.
Crockett circuit F. M. Stovail; Sum:. .-
lo be supplied; Livingston Jas. il. Kiely ;
Orange Madison Thompson ; Liberty Ed-
ward 1 Rogers; Woodville to he aiip'tUe.l;
Homer M. M. Sample; J. H. In'.'.is ngeni
for the Texas Advocate aji-l Book Deposito-
ry; R. 8. Finley agent fg;- McKcnzie Col-
lege; R. M Ki.i.y nud Robt. M. 8cnton
transferred to Ihe West Texas Conference.
Superr.nnnied; Wm. K. Wilson Francis
Wi'.aon John B. Toil s A. R.Dixon. Ezekiel
Conch Alexander llenkle Andrew Cum-
ni'iig A. H. Shanks Isnne W. Overall
Ariou Y'onng. and F. G. Fossett.
The next summersault we expect to see
turned bv die editors of h ading papers in
the Smith will be made to gel on llie plat-
form in I'aviir of n.'gro suffrage. The next
move upon the politico! chess board will bo
in.ulo to secure tho twenty representatives
that the south would lose if elm were to
prevent tin ncpto trom voting. Wo say
prel'ir In to without ri-pn-seniation
rather limn tiivor such a move. Let the
negro go and eiieoiiriipe 'the immigration
nf our equals lo fill up utid implore our
State. 'aru J'rea
Col. Sweet the junior editor of the San
Antonio ll -ruld now iu .Mexico does not
ihink Maximillian has any idea nf giving
up his empire mid limt hewil will succeed
in consolidating it. llio liberals in .north- : .J
em Mexico are quarrelling among them- jg
selves. Wo see llial Gen I'npia lately an- ! -i
'pointed Governor of Tawaulipiis on his nr- i
rival at Matauioras was not recognized as
such by the troops and populace there. llo
became exceeding wroth unit threatened :
court innrtials and a forced loan of t-l0 I
000 but he was laughed at for his pains j !
JTST UKUKIVED ANDF0HSAL1
100 of those Justly cp.Pbrnted
Said lo be well adapted to Ihe soil of
Very respectfully refer lo John D .'
Esq. and t lie Messrs. Worthington.'
These pl .ivs are for Bale and can-I
and examined at the store of Messrs -a
& A k ti rd North side of the Public Kt
UEO. W. BAlliU A
Oct 27 C:.1t.
National Thanlisgiving Lay. Proc-
lamation by the President.
Washington Oot. 8 1S00.
By the Prcaident of the United States :
A Proclamation. Almighty God our
Heavenly Father has been pleased to vouch.
K w "3
8 3.; 3
" tin k
safo to us as a people auollier year of that.
me wuicu is an iimispuiisnuie
' ' Joint Resolution.
Concerning Ihe krmoml ef the Jiemaint of
General Albert Sydney Joknton from (he
Stall of Lotuhana qnd Meir mtrrairn! m
the State Cemetery.
Wiiebeas Theremainsof General Albert
Sydney Johnson who fell at Shiloh were
slopped in NcrW Orleaae an tbeir way to
Texaa by tbe capture of thai oily and have
never been removed theae. and whereat
it was the desire of lh deceased that be
should be buried ia lh State of Texas and
whereas it is believed ta be the wish of the
people of Ibe Stale that Ur dyiag request 1
ofoae wham Texas waa proud te ackaawl-
edge as oa of the most illustrious of ber
citiaena should be complied with. There
condition of peace security and progress.
and that year moreover lias been crowned
with many peculiar blessings. Tho civil
war that has so recently been among us
has not anywhere been re-opencd. Foreign
intervention has ceased tu exoite alarm or
apprehension; intrusive pesttlo.ice has
been benignly mitigated domestic tranquil-
ity lias improved sentiments of concilia-
tion have largely prevailed and the affec-
tions nf loyalty and patriotism have been
widely renewed. Our fields have yielded
quite abundantly our mining industry has
been lichly rewarded and we have been
nllowed to extend our railroad system far
into Ijio interior recesses of the couutry
whilp our commerce has resinned Its wont-
ed activity in foreign sens. These national
blessings demand a national acknowledge-
ment. . Now therefore I Andrew Johnaon Pres-
ident of the United . Slates do hereby re-
commend that Thursday the 'JOth day of
November next be scl npavt and bo obser-
ved everywhere in ihe States and Territories
in Ihe United States by the pooplo i hereof
us a tiav of lhauksiciviiiiX uud ijiavcr to
Almighty God with duo remembrance that
in Hit templp doth every man spi ak of His
honor. - 1
I recommend also that en the same sol-
emn occasion wo do numhly aud devotedly
implore Him lo grant to out- Nutioual coun-
cils aud lo our whole pcoplo that diviuo
wisdom which nlone can lend any nation
into Ihe ways of good. Offering these nation-
al thanksgivings praisis and supplica-
tions xie have ihe divine assurance that
the I.o.il shall reign a King forever over
us; Iheiu thai arc weak shall be guided In
Jiuipeni'tit and such ns are gentle shall Ho
lent ii ilisvray; the Lord shall give strength
to II (fople and the lord shall give to His
peoplr tiu blessings of pence.
in wi'i.- s whereof I have hereunto tet
my linn I i -id caused ili-seil nf the L'liited
Si h'i ' a in be affixed. Don" nt lh" city uf
Vi. aUngtoi' lhcfhtiyf .). t.ber in the
t.'.:'uf mi I A) i O'U lh usaiol cigl.l hun-
..il .n ini'v -.x nud ii; the ii.dep'-ndenee
i.l the. Ui il' .1 d a'it the '.im tv-li'"'.
By the P'-entdenl :
Wm II. SKWARn Secreiarvof Stale
1 n & &
pin" 2 ait 4
b- O I 9
Jny ij.: 3 Pi
t Mow rUX.2r -2 E '
I TA H 5 -ft C O e -S Q.1? m t-
: PLtH'S' r u S
i a or- 1 1
S 0 J .
M TP- '
ii l Jl-.-
h ' "r a-
New Orlrama rmilc .Vlnrlirl.
Jrrri.naox Citv Frl.l.iy Kv.-ii.uk. Oct. 5.
Arrlrr ilm lle the pent we.. l.'.VTeta-MeefOit
11- rHoitlira nl..l learlince la
and .VI Vikh (Ve.
galea ITii Triee Brevet. 2nn Cat'
Una. 'l II n'. SI Shrrpan4 lITi-eeU..e. ainrk
on l "im T -sa Wti Hf Calve an.l Vinlince
to II":-. l.VUI eheep ami 3S Mill Ii Ca. i qn"e :
TrtaaCallle. cliolc l head K"f M 00
Tixae faille il qiialitf. head...... HI m
T.ar.Mle3dqnalliv. Y luad.. l 00f ' 00
T-aae Sheep in l.le f h4
ChKehwp y Wead .. . "4 1 m
SheeJ. tiM nalllv... "0
Sheei. M quelHT .. 7
Mlk-kCvera rhlea f bead...- ....A mini
Milt a ewe 24 cUaa S 0'1 70 00
Calvee.T heei 7
MOWERS and REAPERS'
FIRE PROOF SAFES
: r ; rsMiT iims : :r
THRESHERS and SEPARATORS
HORSE POWER DRILLS
WASHIJiG JIACHIXES ...
- SEWING MACHINES .
PIANOS and ORGANS
At manufat'turcra' prices and freight
Feel Dumble & Jones
Houston and Gulveston.
OeV 27-0:3 mos.
" Sewing Machine Depot. 7
Cl-e and Veer- I Tl-I D- OCA 1 CA(
I I IIC ll illlU ivle
Stoat's Eliptic Sewing Braiding larliinr
Teaaa Wwt wtlk Ike ealL
.1 oo4 " e
The National Intelligencer
WU'krd mt HotAvnyfoa Ctty I). t'
. By SNOW CO. LE k CO.
It is well nnderaiiwd that
THE XA TlOX.il. rSTFLLlGESCEB
Rrprraent lb views f Preaid't Jobnaea
Til KUT POUTIf Al tj E?TIMS OF THE HI.
The eonrr parried fcy th htHKytr
: "i. - . . .
Tb Hadmils rf Nrib Carolina bave tempted to be removed beside eoatneauoa from Ibe Hons er Keprenta-ivra n p- .
Bluui Un llfnel Ita.lerv tar Cm. i af na rot inn anil ui aad all reaneln. was-- 1 reinteol. b sa I irraeaafe ta raeatica I;
eraoT. Ex-Got. Ilrddea BrewdHI rer tbe i ens. or tbr vehicle used ia the removal 1 tb eiey f -New Orleaaa. aau) eafry rj.it
Bominatina eoavenlioa. aal anade biltar r rraaspoTfa'ioa. j resoltrii lat effect R
rpevrh rraet tb adminiatrttioa. Ta. Tire Font a Colleelintr tietrirt of Tela asanaer. .
Cnm rvaliv aamlidat M the Tveat ia-1 it eoenpoaeel ef tba following i anted evi. j A ppvered. Oct. 1
)vtribrv vTenii. : uieer H"wi. Vt'.f. Uari-a. l!'.mrt.f I1 ) . J n. iiii'f
.-. il. .1-1. mf Ike nT yr' " . .
- - --- cnrvaite maa Honk ar fonin wnoue-
. of r That tb. a. of iw. tke- eou.trr -or .a.t4 ia
o : .
inuin). ... ' .
. SCESCtlPnOX EATF-S:
ILT tXTELLir. C.VL'CR.
12 wion'bt..... ?10 00
A tnoalb ... . h 5l
I maeifha - . S aO
i tat-wRRkT ivTrtua-tvcaa.
.. Si on
6 a oatha.... aM . s 50
S wioniba.-.. . '. T )0
?ii1.ae.Spiia. yiaa-aT.lff 1a a4vmwe. Will
aa apprcpriat re eiveai aa it a:rce v me i naraia
aad foTweraal ta tb fnbliara tvf la-
.lltllig-titw by J'i-tN W. SWl-XPEU.?..
sand dollars r a nock thereof af may
ecearry be appropriated oat f any j
money ia lb treaeury ot otherwise ap-J
prorrialed by law l defray ibe expense j
of lh rem real aol carvau i aa mnmas
f General Albert Pjanro Jahnnoa ia tbe
Stat Cemetery ia ta euy f Aatm aa
kl Jmnl rnaaaailUa of tba -la-rislatOTT. !
eoaeietinr ofoae from the rVaite. and tw j 12 moatha
Tbr IIckI Slmplont and Most
VT the Sew Tnrk Mlate Telr )ol rl"--" llie L'li ie
Mewing Marine v.. avnr.l-4 llie fire! three
riiee. aaaln-t Ika ramlilmel cauipetilkia of every
a.ai hlne ..lanurartnrM.
Aleo Il.re'e IManer'e an4 other rno Ma-klnaa
Ibreale. Conetaally on kana. a larfc-e elr nf
rxtam Tare Marklae NeMIrn kllk TbrraT It
Sewing Varblnrt of all kinds Br paired
Machine and Variety Store 87 Canal St
rOet.27-06ml M. 8. HfcDRICK.
TUB STATE OF TEXAS.
To an latuul oe of Vollao tXtuiiy
".TOC are lereby commanded Ititaau
I by publication a tb law airecta A.
i. Clark wb it abaeat from lh Slate ta
b and appear before tb Jns.ial'oort t
be held at a rrgnlar lerat thef7 ia ana
fnr Treeiaet N. ee r J1 tiifSk"t ib
Court Unas thereof i lb tew a ot Ihxllaa
at 2 clock r. a lb frtt Satnrday ia
Itejcevnber aext tb tame fceiag ibe fret day
thereof thea aad tbre to aaewer Ge. W.
tine ta aa action fcr aeajt 1nit-ac4 npoa
aa aeeoajat for Uiirty-tight i-;t) dollar
braides iaterret t hereon seemed.
Hereia fail aof bat bav ysa tbea aad
there thrt writ with year actios titcrec
caderra at tbe la !. m
Witaeca my band and fi.ria.l sigaaiarrc
til lb b day rf Ocv-W. IW4
;E'. w. p.Ainn.
f J T. ViVti ro.Tti.
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