The Huntsville Item. (Huntsville, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 19, 1853 Page: 4 of 4
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aru* fumtfcllilU Utfm ' and was one of the most faithful and kind
ttl)C J.)UUUUUU i of nurses, notwithstanding her reikless-
]STothurga...A Legend of Ihe Olden Time.
It was in the tunes ot olden,
A very long time ago,
A brave knight had wooed a maiden
Of beauty's richest glow.
But a distant sound of battle,
Parted brave knight and maiden;
And the sounds of horn and rattle,
With woe and gloom were laden.
Now the last farewell was spoken,
And the last kiss wet the brow;
Now exchanged the parting token,
Emblem of affection's Uow.
Months passed on : Nothurga waited
For some tidings of her knight,
Dreaming he had been belated
In returning from the light.
But a sudden came a lumor
Deadly to Nothurga's bliss;
Waking through each vein a tremor,
Fatal as the elfin's kiss.
It was so; in sleep unbroken,
He reposed 7neath foreign sod ;
Foreign eyes wept o'er his token,
And around his low grave trod.
Bather than forget her lover,
Now Nothurga sought the wild;
In the forest to discover
Besting for the sorrow child.
A white hind her sole companion,
And a harp to breathe her song;
Angels on their ileecy pinions
Loved the anthem to prolong.
Oft when twilight nature shaded,
In her mantle dun and sere,
On the breeze the anthem faded,
Fitting for the angel ear.
And she dreamed it in her slumbers,
Smiling at the happy dream—«
Seraphs hanging on her numbers,
Tribute to the glowing theme.
Summer unto spring succeeding,
Brought the Uowers into bloom;
Still Nothurga's heart was bleeding,
Aching for the peaceful tomb.
Autumn came in yellow splendor,
With ils armor sheathed in gold;
But no joy to lorn Nothurga,
Only sot row o'er her rolled.
Soon the color from her fading,
And the sunken, grief-worn eye.
And a gloom her fair brow shading,
Told the tidings—she must die.
But the angels came from heaven—
It was on a Sabbath morn ;
And her soul, from earth clods rijven,
Far on high by them was borne,
A mound was raised above her,
And leaves fell on her bed ;
The hoar frost wept a cover.
A shelter for her head.
And in the earth a little germ
Ot" a flower she loved to kiss,
Is by the pile of leaves kept warm,
Till spring time wakes to bliss.
And there, when spring ascending
ller throne, displays her power,
The daisy will be blending
With the Queen of Flora's bower.
The fairies of the wild wood
Will then assemble round,
And weave a song Gf childhood,
To love's enchanting sound.
The fate of knight and maiden
In fairy tissue form,
The gentle whisper laden
With tone of grief to warm.
"Nothurga's met her lover,"
The burden of the lay ;
Their trials now are over,
I ness of conduct in other rcspccts
The Lock of Hair.—Lieut. Parsons,
in his "Nelsonic lleminiscences," re-
lates the following :
Richard Bennett, when mortally woun-
ded, in one of Nelson's great battles, had
requested that a miniature and lock of his
hair, should be given by Lieut. P. to his
sweetheart, Susette, in Scotland. The
gallant lieutenant thus describes the in-
"It was at the closc of a day when a :
JAMES S 0 R L E Y,
(LATE OF MOBILE, ALABAMA.)
COMMISSION M E It C II ANT,
GA L VES TON, TEX A S.
September 18, 1852—tf
E. S T WOOD,
Importer and Dealer in Foreign anil Domestic
A. J. CUNNINGHAM,
bright July sua was setting, that I arri- I W a I C II 111 a k 6 1* a 11 d J C W e 1 C 1',
^ ed at the pretty cottage oi Susette's mo- ; IVest side of Tremont street,
thcr, I tremulouMy stated who I was to Near the cornei of Market st., Galveston.
the most respectable looking matron I "jj^fAS for sale Watches, patent lever-
Clocks ~ "
I) OUGtCU vHttvbs.
ever saw, of French extraction. In bro-
ken, bitter accents of heart-felt grief, she
told me her daughter's death was hourly
Spoons; Jewelry; Specta-
K E E N A N HOUSE,
South side Public Square, Huntsville, Texas.
LC. ROUNTREE would inform
• his friends and travelers gene-
rally, that he has refitted the above,
hotel, added a large Dining-room, Sleeping-
rooms, and a large" and roomy STABLE,
together with good servants, hostlers, etc.,
and: is fully prepared to accommodate all
who may favor him with their patronage.
Q^='The Houston and Bed Biver Stages
stop at this house, and he is agent for both
lines, so that every facility is atforded to
travelers either North or South.
Huntsville, Oct. 9, 1852-tf
II UNT S VI L L E , T E X A S .
FRHE Subscriber having taken charge of
™ this establishment, which is situated in
School Book: for tlic Million!
Bent Si, Cl»c»pe*t School Published J
THE ECLECTH SKIVES of School Books
was projecte ' by thai well known
friend and advoca'e r popular education,
Professor VVilliav. H. M Guffev, of the
University ot Virgin —__
— , ,, rtj■ ■ ,, f__ „ 11 spent in the West and South, v. here his ao-.
Indian I esetablc Elixir, a cure lor all cause . ' . .
TO INVALIDS ASD THE SICK.
The Celebrated Comstock Medicines !
1st. The Great Fain Extractor (Connel'3
& Daily's), curing all Burns and all Exter-
nal Bains and Sores.
2d. Balm of Columbia, for staying or re-
storing the Human Hair. ini-mmtand University ot Virginia, .hose life has been
3d. lie we s bcrve Olid it ^ cause spent in the West and South, where his ac-
tive labors as a judicious instructor have
°filhe Jt™ VmVs icoustk OH, a certain cure gained him the apptobalion of all loveu , i
4tn. M jxatrs jjcui , , a sound, practical and progressive Euuea-
for Dealtness. , cure for tiou- The Reading Bx ks beating hU name
5th. Hays' Liniment, a k . have been proved, by actual ttial and are
the Biles. now more extensively used than an? otter.
6th. Spkotvs Sick Headache icm i y. and aie.daily, receiving the adoption and up
| 7th. Mothers for ah wo en prpval of the most intelligent Ifid dtMtinN
family way. ! f^atinc teachers of the. land,
8th. Longley s Great If estcrn Indian 1 an- Pmu^tiunt pINNFO ;
j acca. for colds and feverish feelings and pre- a V
Venting fevers; lor Asthma, LiverCom plaint 'ln,titul«. Maiv..i
expected, and requested time to prepare workmanlike manner and at
her to sec mc. '> ces.
cles, for all eyes" and sights. ' Spectacle j adry and pleasant part of the town, (easy
and Watch-glasses ground and fitted. All I of access in wet weather,) would respectful-
articles in the above line
• IT'iious Affections; for Dianhtea, Iudi-
"stion and Loss of Appetite ; for Costive-
ness in femeies^ml males, and nervous com-
i > *
In spirit joined for aye. [AT. Y. Sachem, i Sims' Hotel.
The Union Line cf Stages
From Huntsville to Nacogdoches.
S in complete operation, un-^^^r;--
der the entire managemen 1
of the undersigned. The line is well
stocked with good teams, and most experi-
enced and careful drivers.
Leave here every Monday, Wednesday,
ard Saturday; arrive here every Sunday,
Tuesd-iy and 'Thursday, so as to eonnect
with the Southern and Western stages.
Coaches well adapted to the roads have
just been placed upon the route, and tlie
subscribers flatter themselves that they will
be able to give general satisfaction to the
traveling community. •
A. HUSTON, Contractor,
julv3-ly T. S. BALLARD, Proprietor.
HUNTSVILLE* AND HOUSTON
Tri-Weekly line of Stages.
J. W. BB ASH EAR, Contractor.
CONNECTING with the Eas-_-^. , ^
tern and Western Liiies.V.fe^v-y^?^
from Grand Ecore, La., and Sun Antonio,
OCP* Leaves Huntsville, every Monday
Wednesday and Saturday morning : arrives
at Huntsville, every Sunday, Tuesday pjvI
This Line is now in successful opera-
tion—fine horses, comfortable coaches, and
experienced drivers. Travelers may be
assured no pains shall be spared to ensure
their comfort and convenience.
Agenjtat Huntsville, Col. L C. Rountree,
" "Houston, Col. T. B. J.Hadley.
July 3, 1852 —ly
Huntsville, Anderson, Houston and
Washington Mail Line.
"|£*T M. BLACK would inform
the traveling commuuity^d^^^-vS
that he runs his STAGES twice a week be-
tween ANDERSON and HOUSTON, to
connect with his regular MAIL LINE
between HUNTSVILLE, ANDERSON and
WASHINGTON, leaving Huntsville on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays —
Washington, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sun-
days, making the trips in one day. His stock
is excellent, coaches firstrate, and thank-
ful for past favors, he solicits a continuance
of the same. His office in Huntsville is at Col.
"At last she expressed a wish to see j ,
the friend of Richard Bennett, and I was LAND AGENCY!
admitted to one of the fairest daughters of Jrtf2'1Subscriber tenders his services to
Eve. I found this world unequal to her
charms. She was propped up with pil-
lows, near the open lattice of her bed-
room, that was clustered with roses. Her
white dress and the drapery of the room
accorded with the angelic vision, who now
turned her lustrous eyes upon me, veiled
in long fringed eyelids. She held out her
transparent hand and gently pressed mine,
as I stooped to liiss it; and as she felt
my tears drop on it, softly murmured :
'I wish I could cry ; that would relieve
my poor heart.' She gasped for breath,
and respired with difficulty. 'The lock
of hair—quickly, let me see it !' She
caught at it; wildly pressed it to her lips
and heart, and fell back. Her mother
and I thought she had fainted • but the
pure and innocent soul had returned to
God—God who gave it."
the public, as an AGENT for the pur-
chase and sale of lands, obtaining patents. |
perfecting titles, compromising conflicting
claims, identifying Spanish;grants, and all j
business generally pertaining to such an
Agency. Office at Huntsville, Texas.
Huntsville, Oct. 16, 1852.-ly
OUININE—50 07.. just received and for
_ sale by [ol6] KITTRELL & MYERS.
BOOT- M A KI N G
JOHN EIIODIE. JO'TN CROOKS.
RODIE & BROOKS having formed
a partnership in the above busi-
ness, most respectfully solicit a con-
tinuance of the public patronage, at their !
shop south of the Postoffiee, Huntsville.
Having a fine stock ofFrench. Morocco.
Kid, Kip, Calf and other Leathers on hand,
and always manufacturing according to
the most approved styles and latest fashions,
they feel well qualified to guarantee entire
satisfaction to their customers.
OJP^Repairing, etc. neatly and promptly
oz. Quinine, 2 doz. Morphia Snlph
and Acetate, 10 lbs. Opium, G oz.
Quinide Ferrolyan, 100 lbs. Sod. Potass.
6 oz. Iodine, 1 lb. Collodion, Chloroform,
Nitrous and Sulph. Ether.
G doz. Syringes. 8 gross assort. Vials, 4 doz.
Olive Oil, l-3d doz. Scarificators, 2 Pocket
Cases, 1000 lbs. White Lead, 50 lbs. Soda
Bicarb.. 50 lbs. Black Pepper (ground).
12 doz. best Ink, Pei turnery, Hair Oils,
and ai innumerable variety of all kinds of
fancy articles, ju^t received, Lesh from the !
East, by [olG-tfJ RANSOM L CO.
town, he is enabled to raise a large portion of j anj neVer leaves one costive
vender for hor
any other 1
pains will b
table who may
He has conn
floors, which shall be abundantly supplied
with Provender, and the best attention paid
to horses enti usted to his care. Charges the
most moderate. J. T. SIMS.
P. S. The Western Stage Office is kept at
this House. Sept. 13, 1852-sl8 ly
the Grammars bearing In
regarded by all who hav
as model text bocks ot
Professor RAY, 1.om Wr d county. Vir-
ginia. one of the m st able Mathematicians
tor of the Or *ui.
bus tuTiiinhed in
• ni.tn*?, what arc
l.e English Lan-
JOHN M. WADE,
Land S urv e y o r,
MONTGOMERY LAND DISTRICT.
HE undersigned will attend to all orders
lor the division of land in the Counties
ot Grimes, Walker and Montgomery.
Having been appointed Deputy Surveyor
for the District of Montgomery, he is prepar-
ed to survey any lands legally entered on j
the books ot the District Surveyor.
Address (post paid) JOHN M. WADE,
oDtt Dept. Sut v., Montgomery Land Dist.
II. & J. MATTHEWS,
Ginwrights, Wagon & Furniture Makers,
W'OULD again inform the planters and
public generally, that they have on
hand a supply of Gin-Stands, which they
warrant to be equal to the best, and if not
proved so, on trial, the money wili be re-
funded. Also, Wagons,'of the most ap-
proved style and finish, on hand. Wagon
repairing, etc. Furniture of their own make,
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Folding-Tables, Work-
stands, &c. Blacksmithing neatly done.
They also keep a good TAVERN
where travelers can always find every ac-
Hew Family Grocery !
13 INFO R D & CO.,
North side Fablic Squarc.hcticccn the Masonic
Hall and Walker's Bakery,
^n^^OULD respectfully call the attention
. jS w of the public generally to their new
and fresh supply of GROCERIES, which
they Will sell at wholesale or retail, for cash
Our stock consists of—
Flour, Sugar, Collee. Salt, Meat, Molas-
ses. Whiskey, Brandy. Mackerel, Sardines,
Diied Fruits, Pickles, Catsups,Soda, Cream
Tartar, Sulphur, Camphor, Borax, Nutmegs,
Cloves, Cinnamon. Spice, Pepper, Ginger,
Candles, Starch, Soap, Indigo, Madder, and
,ra.11 kinds ol Dye Stulfs.
Powder, Shot, Lead, Caps, Hardware,
Cutlery, Iron, Castings, Nails, Farming
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, common
and fine CIGARS. o2-tf
To Merchants, Teachers and Parents.
Cheap School Books !
ECLECTIC SERIES OF SCHOOL BOOKS.
INCLUDING McGuliley's Headers, Spcl-
. * J L
lers, miners. Pinneo's Grammar,
man's Young Ladies'" Read-
™ lers, Pr
ers, etc. etc.
Depository on Preston street, Houston,
next door east of i\i. D. Conklin s s»tore.—
Those who purchase to sell again, supplied
at the lowest rates and on the n
modaling terms. Orders will receive prompt
The Eclectic (McGuJjcy's)
S Bl'RKE, A
Series cf School
Louis FLOUR, and for sale low for cas^
lot of St.
B1NFORD & CO.
H. D. TAYLOR,
O R A G- E ,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
au31-ly Houston, Texas.
1^5 LANKS for lawyers, merchants, and
others, neatly printed at .this office.
Books.—We lake pleasure in calling
attention ofour readeis to the advertisement j
of our friend Mr. James Buike, concerning i
the Eclectic Series of School Books. Also !
to the accompanying editorial from the i
Galveston Jouri i at.
We agree with our respected cotempora-
ry of the Journal in regard to the importance
ot a uniform series of School Books for the i
j State, and appreciate the force of his rea-
soning, why the Eclcctic should constitute !
that series. We arc sure that whatever j
promotes uniformity and cheapness in our I
Common School Books is a public benefit.
n6tf [Houston Advertiser.
K0GEKS, PERKINS & Co7,
EALERS in Staple and Fancy DRY
GOODS, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Hardware, Cutlery, Blacksmiths'
and Carpenters''TOOLS, Family Groceries,
etc. etc. nl3-6m
1 11 th Saunholtz's Roach and Bed Bug Bane, I
for driving away Yeimin in a short time. |
12th. The celebrated Lin's Life Fills and
13th. Dr. Bartholemcw's Fink Syrup, the j
popular Expectorant for Coughs, Colds, In- ;
14th. The East-India fy New lork Hair
Dues, the only sure coloring for the Hair. I
15th. Lin's Balm of China, a Chinese I
Remedy for Cuts, Biuises, Sores, _ i
10th. Extract of Sarsaparilla. This arti-j
cle has outlived all other Sarsaparillas, and
still -jives as great satisfaction as ever.
17th. The celebrated spread Strengthning
Blaster, made from Dr. Lin's recipe, and the
most popular in the market.
18th. Dr. Kline's Tooth Ache Drops. A
certain and easy cure lor Tooth Ache.
19th. Dr. Comstock has lately bought the
right for the United States, of the celebra-
ted Concentrated Mineral Water, found at
the Salt Springs of Doctor Win. C. Chase,
at St-Catherines, C. W. This medicine has
attained a notoriety and popularity never
before equalled by any preparation at that
place, and its sale has been commensurate
with its merits, which are extraordinary.
All the remedies are fully described in
Almanacs, to be given to all who call where
the Medicines are kept.
Read the annexed letter for facts:
Mulberry Creek, Fayette co.; Texas. )
June 15, 1852. )
Dr. L. S. Comstock, N. Y.: Sir.—Twelve
months ago 1 bought a 50c.bo.\ ol your Pain
Extractor, and a neighbor of mine, Judge
W. Menefee. in this county, had a negro
woman that was burnt on her foot, 14 years
a*ro every mouth would break out and run
so that she was an entile cripple—He sent
to me lor my box oi salve I let him have
it—He applied it. and has made a perfect
cure, so that she is now a hand, sound and
well': and the Judge says he will always
keep the saive oil hand 1 have tried the
salve in my family, and find it good. I would
not be without it for any price in the world
—1 have been the cause of several of my
neighbors trying it, and all tout have it are
well satisfied with it, and say they will not
be without it. A neighbor of mine by the
name of O. L. llillebrand, from Liberty
county, Eastern Texas, first told me about it,
and I am well satisfied with it.
WILLIAM V. CR!SWELL.
J Readir; lessens
for young pupils.
Header ; for mid-
ui struct ive lessons
Characteristics or Soldiers.—Fa-
miliar with death, the soldier soon forgets
that the feeling of horror was once attach- j
ed to its name.
l^iOR SALE—A Scholarship Certificate
for the Western Military Institute—
i acknowledged to be one of the best institu-
I he State of lexas. County ot Montgom- tions of the kind in the country. Apply at
ery.—To the Sheriff of said county, greet- this office. my8-tf
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WHEREAS, there is now pending in
the District Court cf Montgomery
Tko lore of country, ho- j 00nnty therein" Mi'tehefl ! hy
nor, the pudg ol conquest, incite him to ^ auj Henry R. Bell are plaintiffs, against
• UGAR — 1000 lbs. choice Louisiana
brown Sugar, just received and for sale
[nl3j ' BIN FORD & CO.
a R A Y E S & MAYO,
'OULD respectfully inform the pub-
lic and traveling community that
they have a good lot of seasoned timber, /
Primary and common schools
McGvffey s Eclcctic rst h ader ; 1 masons ii»
spelling and Tending for the younger
McGvffey's Eclectic Sccon
in reading anifsj 'injj
McGvffey's Eclcctic hi.
die classes : chast- and
in prose and poetry.
McGvffey's Eclectic I otirth Header for mo; o
advanced classes ; oi gant t vtracts in
prose and poetry.
McGvffey's Eclcctic Fifth Headei 'Jihetoria l
Guide); a rhetorical guide (s r iho Msjhf'IL
The He mans Reader, lor female 3eum; .tries;
elegant extracts in prose and poetry.
The above spelling books have lew
equals and no superiors ; wiiioh is evinced
by the fact that in seh jls wc-v ey weie,
lor a time, superseded b) the in •. dty of
other Books, McGuffiy's !iave I ■ .e adop-
ted, to the exclusu ;/ cf ali_otlu«r# Qxpeti.
ence having proved their greaterTactic
utility in the school-ro^n.; aad ia - w of
the iargo amount of matter t;.-v ouuta?Dj
and the low prices t which -e> ate sol i,
they are very mucl >«pcr than any other
similar work. ' --
ENC.1.IS " cn IMMAR :
Pinneo's Primary 0 > ,« l
method; a complete wo;k. »o»
in the study.
Pinnco's Analytical Grammar , a. full and
complete treatise; for academies and
Pinnco's English Teacher: in which is taught
the structure tf sentences by ana!}ai&~
aud synthesis ; an admirable work on the
analysis of English sentences
Professor Pi ineo's new works are
model class book"- on the subject of English
Grammar. The study, usually dry. and u,.«*
interesting toleurnefs, is rendered in these
volumes attracts a and interesting. They
are strikingly simple, progressive and thor-
ough iu their plau and arrangement, and
enable pupils to become good grammari-
ans. They are the cheapest work ; ol the
Ray's Arithnh tic, part first: simple lo> .on*
lor the litth l«a,ners.
Ray's Arithm t> . part > -ond, a complete
text book :.i "••eiital a.iui.nelio, by
Ray's Arithm ti . parttlnrd; for <clu>ol<!ti.'d
academics: a lull and cotiip v'. tn-, u jt
on the inductive and analytic nietinjtL ot
Numerous and skillful instructors
regard the Arithmetics of Professor Ray as
xL- most simple progressive, methodical
- 2 % S 3
S3- J? B »
RANSOM & Co.,
WHOLESALE 6c RETAIL DltX'CGISTS,
EEP constantly on hand the purest
articles of Dru^s, Medicines, Paints,
and thorough class books on the subject
ever before offered to American teacher*;
and they are at least twenty per cent, civ.tp-
er than other Arithmetics of like size, a.>d
of an equal amount of matter. These vol-
umes are the result of a practical experi-
ence in teaching and they are prepared in
Compliance with the solicitation of many
friends of educav. >n, who were cognh&aat of
the mark' sue* ess <>t their authot as an
Instructor. ylokbju :
Ray's Algety/a, py , tor comrno i school®
and academies a simple, piogressive,
and eh me::tary treatise.
Ray's Alqtbra, part second; for aoV<tt<v.c.U
student's ini academies, and for colleges;
a progressive, lrci !. and comprenensi**
Ihegi it excellenec of.Kav's Arithmetics
warrantee . j ex pec. itimi I at an Algebra
by the s'lute au11;.. would be i u iiuproifi*-
acts of heroism. When duty calls him j Caleb L. Anderson, defendant. Plaintiffs
to confront the enemy, he obeys the sum- j sued on an open account, in the sun of
mons with the same alacrity as when in- for goods, wares and merchandize
.. i n • • v -i ± \ sold and delivered by plaintitis to defend-
yitcd by the alluring voicc of pleasure to a|U. whcreaSi saiJ 'piia„ti(r3 have made
his amusements. — . . - -
of an army
us, was om
for herhei^--, _c—7 —
loss of one eye, and for her volubility in
HEESE—300 pounds Cheese, just re-
ceived and for sale by
nl3 BIN FORD & CO.
OST.—The unconditional certdicate of
r, . t.. , . , Also, a supply of the best LIQUORS,
Carriages tnnimed and Painted in good j for meciieinal piirposes.
Shop South of Public Square, Huntsville,
L E A T II E K ! EE A T II E 11!
rs have uow on ^
ill be constantly £
ood assortment ot
g of Skirting, Bridle, Har-
i nes, sole and upper leathers, Deerskins, etc.
On hand, a lot of very heavy leather for
| Mill and Gin Bands.
9^00 pounds BACON just received
uwand for sale cheap for cash, by
BIN FORD & CO.
j paper in the nearest county where a news- t ^or ^ duplicate to the proper department.
oaths ana queer modes ol execiation when ^ paper is published, for four weeks previous j SAML t L HILL,
jeered at or incensed. In the preceding to the return of this process, to appear at _ Executor ot t has. Hill; deed.
year her -father and brother had been the next term ofour couit, to be holden at | Feb. 5, 1853-9t -
among the victims of a celebrated but ex-| MondaTiS »P»E undersigned having been appointed j cash er Chrwtma* credit.
ecrable massacre at the lviver l.atsiB, o, Maroh , Js5'3 .then and there to answer *by the County Court ot Momgomery Jamaril West of Hunt-sville, >,
which she was a witness. Storming with ; tjie plaintiffs petition, filed against said de-! county, at its November tern., 1852, admin- troni public square, on the \\ ishii.gt .1 . id.
feelings of revenge at the opening of this j fendant in my office, and have you then istrator of the estate of W. W. Shepperd, Sr., Inree or iuur J<?urneymen .<hocni«ker.s
campaign, Betsey dressed as a soldier, and theie
and are ready to dispatch woik in good or! j 0ils StationeiT. Fancy ATtrcTe^/pfifimery! h*eiuaT ^ Ka) h ••
der. A good horse-power Turning-Lathe i _tf. ' *' " ' I bra has t.ie apptolnuou . i:i« icw»t < 1
causeddcatcn superseding u.l r,
ers in many ot the best schools in the tl.n-
ted Stat"--. v-
3^" Each part of the Anihm tital Ontrr-e,
as well a > the Ahr">rct<'t isacom title hook i .
itself, and 1$ sold > paralcly.
AH the foregoing tvt ks have been com*
piled expressly for the Eclectic Educational
Series. .Their uut uts ire jjractical t<
ers—men ot acknowledged aKJity and
ing, who have iung teen' ideutiti <d 1
and have constantly labored ■ ^or, the
vancernoat of the oatlse of education, T
several beeembraced ui this sei «
admit: -rd beeeu^e «*f their tnorii. the
lenti,; their mu^ufachnti3
F 11 EDEKIC POMKRO Y,
Storage, Forwarding anu llcceiving
M E R C H A N T,
F. P. would inform his friends and the
public generally, that he is prepared to at-
Boots and Shoes made in the best manner leud to the above business in all its branches,
and warranted to last. For sale low for I an<^ respectfully solicits a share of patron-
entered the ranks, and at the battle of
Chippewa, executed her firing with the
precision of one of the line. Iler compa-
ny was much exposed, and her immediate
comrades shot down. She nevertheless
continued in line until the captain told her
it was time to leave—that the wounded
jnen required water and attentions, and
that she had better serve them. She
obeyed, came into the hospital with them,
J. " "
Let publication bo made in the "Item,-"7
a newspaper in the town of Huntsville, in
Walker county, Texas, for four weeks, as
within directed, February 8th, 1S53.
J. F. McGUFFIN,
Sheriff Montgomery County.
February 12th, l853-4t
A. P. WILEY.
JAS. A. BAKEa.
a lew red spcts about her
neck. One. horn shrunk. Ear
a. 110 BIN SON,
Book and Job Printer,
' ITEM' OFFICE,
Huntsviuus, Tex AS.
BOOKS, ~~ - CARDS,
RECEIPTS, B LANKS.
,a mmm eclair>ed u. U
. the cueay-w. • ; ublwhoi u
mavks and brasd not rernem
^ bered. Had a caif in October. Informal.on etc. etc. etc. neatly, cheaply and expedili-
^ t t 0 V U C 1) *3 - a t - 1! a ID 9d asto herwhefeatoo V.own at the otfice
>r1^ ^ 1*^ f « *» . I' I «r w ^. . m 4 L 4k .. — I .1 "I ■■ . **-V t *
In "v. .
I i t
j- lent, tfco.'io.T^
jal HUNTSVILLE, TEXAS.
d here I will pay for the trouble.
G. JOB IN SON.
Orders irmti a dtstance'as promptly
attended to as those in towji ab9
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