The Lone Star, and Texas Ranger. (Washington, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 13, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 15, 1853 Page: 2 of 4
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' JKsfThe editor of -the Houston Telegraph
- says thatyye nngenerously charge hiin " with
concealing facts in regard to the extent of the
sickness3' in ihat city, aqd from our rejiiaiks60011 m Sunday, the 4th ult , instead of
jt might ba supposed tjiateregretted the
SATtMUY, OCTOBER 15-, 1353.
L4?o3tEssrs will -ceufer an. ineatimahl5,Ia-
orj. tae proprietor xf the-Ranger, fcy sending
oiw usuies ni. fcKosetjuascnuers wno toojk. me
xr at sfcax Post tJJuces, -nreraous to the
b t,f ile iHuraiogf his establishment.
to 2dTgrt!?eK-eTexfts-Ba3ger ogera great I
.stjiaww y vusuiess aati, xkuq ivisu to a-vaii :
Ercires of tiler ecaeats ci aavcrtisiDc. Bcinz
i l&rg papecn Western Texas, and having s
Cafauac&ia'evBrv count? In the State, as Trail
is csery SoathernBjajte,ih& proprietor flatlers
tssS Ih&tihosfewhoS&dvertisa in Ms columns,
ti eaJEosraaipIy Temunerateu
Kasted An apprentice, of industrious iaolts, f
starve i&irn?fti j!Pnsrpnt?MAi. t?p imHraifno
psSe is. aMjjfcster workman in the art ?f prat-
r siuca -van jcc a lei-tune to Any maustnoua
.a t& well as&n nonor.
Gambling .an.iL BUtxacr.
The Lewbbuig (Ya ) Eia states that siv
men who went to Lick Cieek Chuich, in that
yellow fever wasjjpkiiroie malignant and fa
talviHTronTlhan ho represented ifc
""Vi e cannot, nor did we say, tbatDr.Mooie
Trilfully concealed fact,Hbut this wo dp know,
that whoa citizens of. that place began to ilee
fxomtbe pestilence not a word appealed in
the Telegraph, about the disease in Houston.
Again, when letters were received from old
and responsible citizens of Houston, stating
that the fever had assumed an epidemical
character, the Telegraph stated tthat- there
wore only a fewcases. These arc only two
of the reasons, among others, we could state
why we charged-the editor of the-Telegraph
with not giving the facts respecting iho dis-
ease. "We hope, in future, the Doctor wilt he bet
ter posted up in such cases, and give us cor
rect statements, or we shall be compelled to
"furnish him with maf&trul&&rf Accounts.5
As to the supposition tbaiive regretted thati
4 linfrvrt!yir 4-rt -T rt r. n. -T -Hrtt-?1 rt i ." O ,Tnn
MlCl-VULU IU tliCkCClUiUU, 1CU1CU -u . pi"-l-
near by, commenced gambling, and finally got
into ateinblefight, which, startled the whole
Congregation. On several of those in the f
SFWe gi e the following particulars of the
killing of Major Arnold, fiom a Washington
City exchange; The Lieut Bingham spoken
of, is the individual who behacd so dis-
gracefully at this place a few months since,
which we noticed in the Rangerf
The Recent Km-linc or Muon AmOLn
OF THE SECOMr'JDnYGOONS, BY AsSIST-AN
i(Aum) Surgeon Ssteim.it. We have a
BY JUAGNETIC TS&EGIIAPH.
lUj tho Southwu and Jxatioual Ijne' J
Arrival oi tiie Aicudia.
Thi ce Days Later from JEu,rspe-l7njporla'
from the Uat Danger of War Imminent
Cotlon Declined Money Stringent
Breadstuff Adcancsd Consuls Declined.
twelve months. Its ,.. !,.? ?a a-
bisis almost entirely Ameri-
town in the State of its size,
from an intiur of strangers
Of OVGrv rrmAn nnr? 1nB
r ! ZJl Z IT? V ?dl &rPM receipts of owinto-he foVS
restraining and-transforming the influence of nf water mJhft.Ohi n.1 MX ttWS
and foreigners of every grade and clas
,Tr, 5y ofTasiKStoii3 Texas. . New Orlyaus Marlce?
VVasliinrrJnn l. 1 - ..3 11 -r .!.. -- . 3
UU3 ueea luCqp0raiCatneaujr i 'i3a?aav Jbiveningt
he market eenefall? bns PvKJiMdffiore
.ilmnaf nntTrolv Amfiil- l.ltK. ,5. f. .r . trtft5C
can j perhaps no town SX Z f . irT "5 TO, JWJW!
, lias Deen go irecfrom an mliur of strangers w Kppt, 1Pvf???oS "isLi -5S.5
frmrlo nnri olnss r iVX' nlr,1inr, -n -iIil tl. - -rrr?Ua
o.iuo ju-j wuic pi,ucuiuuy u ireau5iug
'TH&ocisivGte -of the Second Gon-
Distiic ifss couatet Austin, on
SGih ult , snd tesulM as follows r
E'h Sanrv" Tjtt:
,, -,3 ,,.,.,
church, reaching the snot, they found thiee
of them lying upon the ground insensible. . ter direct from Tort Graham, Texas, where it
One of them, Phill-p Boyer, died in five min-f occmed ,lVscems that Dr
utes after, having lecehed several moital
stabs: another "was fatally, and the third
sevcrelv wounded. The other thiee fled.
Bgi-T'hc Gonzaleb Inquirpr savs that corn
is worth in that county, which constitutes a
goodly Tjortlon o'f theGruadalonpe valley, oulv
twentv-five cents Per bushel. The nlanters i luar,:cllers wntio their rcspectne quarters.
' i I lr 41ia vrr Wnv tIi
Lieut. Biutfham, from drinking, fell to quar-
lellmgjSO distuibing the girrison as to com-
pel the commander, Major Arnold, to go to
them and older them to their respective quar-
ters Steiner then told A that if he placed
him under arrest he vould kill him. This
threat being taken as a mere ebullition of
pa&ion Arnold' took no notice of it, and the
later than the accounts brought by the Baltic
Her news is important.
Liverpool, Sept. 24. There has been on
ly a moderate demand in the Cotton market ; establishin
ade more than they can possibly de-
nd will have thousands of bushels to
dispose of sat this price.
B-The Memphis Whig, of te 19th ulL
On the next day, when they had time to cool
j their passions, Arnold sent tho Adjutant of
Ovtho post with an Older to arrest both. They
qJyere found at Lieut. Binguam's quai ters ap
parentJy about to renew the quarrel, bieiner
on readinjr the order for his arrest gave him
self up, and
Vfl" "WlTlT- flt ft 'fM. IJ otntTTMV
.,. , v u.-iu uuuoiu 0 iBa-i-.muS auu-iranstormmg the influence of 'of water in-thc Ohio and .tbX TTeiSBffiS-i-Arabia
has airived here, bringing dates from i that heterogemous n,wi. ..- o .i flnrtwt. waieruuuicumo ana -tft. J,ejdL
. t: i? n. . ...i r; , -,"., i i. , ,t' r ,-"-u-iLi:u,wu sinnr. nave Deen' onA verv imTterf smiSL in.
Mstorj of M. homble affdr by a priv,.o let- - '"' 'f ' P? ' "T !'?? 7 'J lj"i- It we n,Jy jge-U, hiwftSr, u, We te seveS B.i-
for the mor.,t and JSl 3rt i Sfr JSfetly.fe ?f ?f " .
vnnfh for fhU at, !, i V ,., V" at buu. .wivcr pnues since, wsite X'10Uixut
Iw u w;; C" i ""S , Deen. 11De,rai IQ I and Bacon have all improved
1 LbUWllUUlU" 1UUUUIA .111(1 riTYlIrt.v.w nfr...iAf. W-t 1 -.
...x uuziuiiii' i: :iiii:i ir.t. x ...
since the denartme of the America, on the
17th mst , and the sales of tho week reach
barely 25000 biles, of which 2,000 have
been taken on speculation and 3,000 for ex-
port Prices have declined d , and the mar-
ket closes with the following quotations : Fair
Orleans 64, Middling r J?air Uplands6,
and Middling Uplands 5d. per lb fT"he
questions by the Baltic were : Fair Orleans
TT7i iT J ? t i:r .
They have four fine churches 7 Prcbvterian r UJ!U"UUU "J ?J&T,r
hiT.i!.Ap:Dr Tjt..A ""ncs, a rresDjtenan, j gaies during the early part jsf tho wetKof (
UuZthulahfTr" T'T- 2!. .Mes,and stated that priced Mm-;
rr "e .1,. ;n" ,i r T, luu urfct' umc IU ed tuliy under the depresrng influence o
Texas, the sound of the orean. or its mibstl- .i r3t.i-rr 1 5H" ra. .
the untavorable toreign news jjy the. steamer
Washington. America, and Baltic. rrjdP
pains taken in our churches -enerallv to have T ?' u Tr lwWr
A i e:rr. ; i , t t oenorify to nave increased spirit, the donfand iemg;iSanir
good singings People have as much mnsic i ,11 ' .r.j ? ,ig:ftfr
in their soul now, as thev had in the div; nf j i j j T& - -J
t-. t ., ,' , -. "u . UIt' aaJs or ous downwara tendenov apn-red tabeara
tute, and the soul stirrins musin nf thft
- . o - - - ,
churcu cno:r. x$y the wav. whv iq nnt. mnrp
guun "ij'6 " j- wjjju nave as much music
.- -o ininvprs TiffKSincr t lrnnffH inn firv mi inwrirav
the yellow fever was nit jnofeanaligaaat in t0 ATljiasfis Texas. -Thg iramljnatiSa
Houston,, we- wouia say, that such was the hrffl be very great this fall and winter, both
rartnest from our thoughts and any one that i by land and water.
Wojnotice almpLdaily n Tirge-mmiber of iLlU MX an whoshould artest him, and de-
ivpr rfeffliny tliroliffhim ratr on thmr wav fd to fiee Arnold. The' Adjutant advised
could so construe our remarks was most egre-
giiuuMy uusuiiit'n.-' ru- uav uany iniereouree
asai. 65l. 2,364. ldn)5.
Xheifote of Cameron, Hidalgo aucTMikin
ixnGsSf. being sm-oScial, ivero not'Cdnntedcitjr'
Ehe aboe list, had they been received the
We can assure Br. Moore that we en
tertain, the kindest feelings towards Houston
JSS?" An exchange paper sajs that a soci-
ety is about being formed in Boston, called
the " Married Womau?s Piotective Society."
and the safety of our own
town, if "nothing more. wnnW ftjmsn s'f.o m-
gret the appearance of yeUow fever in thatiThe PcipaLTeaturc of tbis oiganization, is
audits citizens, and deeply regret that .ilteir
L, Scurry, 3ewis, Garulhers, 31ake, f nourishing and business city shoulae so aw-
f.A. 4,UL.U3jU&2t 2jj401. -"afSST.
Tho Civjlian ja iliat
Business In feshington- is TbegTnning
us. fip, notwithstanding the fall and win-
Stocks came in slowly inconsequence of I
epidemic. For the last few days wo bay
xc2fi several planters and mnrj
""itjaice making snngements?
r supplies at this place, baouid we have 1 u&its in the interior, and shin them accord-
toarr rise In the river, tie business of tlris'indv. without Hie purchasers subffiGtmfr tlmm-
Ice scut bef&r greaterianany sfiriod1iore cC
-.-, T5, . Xs izj:-. 'i lT"
-acjt j.MSi vwu ic sw-4uiufuvinirk Buam txt -w-,,t,3 - i nr.1 rT ,i r
weeks we will haTa-as Sno and tnm- ., - . . - ,. m fTork
.' "T r TllA lTnrvfvrr.ftTfn At cnnMmrr tr nn t-K7it rtM-r,-
-r e. -- xjxziwMv, ua nc v. ui.tjgiiiutee 4-tuu-price or
. jTSf. :W- - .
iKuiafc uicy vm"ioose notu-
lag by so doing, Tmt on the other lianrl
the depriissmgnllueuce of thafeveriv-6
deal of business is now transacted infhisl
huts from city, 'erchants are receiving, by indl
purebasc feMaav orderss for goods, from their orrespon-
s in the interior, and smp them accord-
jly, without tiepurehasers subjecting them-
a.plan to keep bnsbauds straight while their
wives are spending September out of town.
" , . -
f" 5 The Kew York Trmes-sajs that Mr.
Ferris, late Secretary of the Treasury of Utah,
jurt returned, reports that the Mormon Ru-
lers are even mora profligate and depraved
than, haye been represented One of them
has no less, than forty wives.
a wMaosw,! loitoffr ;' z :
tfr, rrAl lucu umiauMUK.
r A Jj.vii. 51
R??Xiord "RllRsmprft liaa lpaehed homp. on
his return from this country. He arrived at kc.b1m, af,wrifc of habeas coi pus out
, . . the hands of .the military, and aiterward;
i'lymoutu, ju uie j-ieanaeiy irom xiama, on
the 2Sth ult. somewhat indisposed. He and
the officers of the Leander, it js said, ate not
at all pleased with their treatment at 2sew
Too much republicanism in this counr
try for him suppose he'was'nj, idolized e-
nough. - ,
' ill ijot-ur town ccimcii-da some- m ha
focthefirreeis before tfc Tains 50 tin.
, f 13,Tho sum of$57 '000,000 has been
nr.nntrK4,- 1. ..?. Tl.i, .. J. t
.Ciiawy.u VligU UUUUL4Jie, US Ult Vdr I
fcWtiarf rains and the mainskeet leadb'
per west of the Bra70S, has a larger
subscribed ID the stock of the Xew XorkT
I 4 laS-Jtv. nviri Trfr T? I inn ! t i-m vkw -.
drcnln AU9UTOauu x-w.oiw.uuau Uiuyauy xv
l-rffVn 1 l r nnffyn .vAn!tai .? -41.- ll..
ilrtticwJAJl.- A.J-. ji i. :.: -"" " 8wv5 iwijiunuau tiifj
a 4t T- .-- aT" . Ranger. ,-
sHej aud Washmgtoif-iH bescntirely,cut
the Jradejf iiiepbcl
Be Bowls Riyiew, for 0ctoTer, islie-
us. it Is rcpUte with articles of yalue and
Jg The Civilian says that la ge quantities
k)f merchandize from Gralyeston ai-a now ship
ped, byway of "the Harrisburg railroad, for
the interior, many wagons are coming to the
upper torminus for goods, though few or none
ara COminf? to Houston, nn nnnnnnfc n.' fl.A f.
-Graham 3 STsgasine forOclobcr, is on Ver. SfflIrA,W(.flnnnnf i,.;imn ii.
"falOe,! Sled wi&enterfamiaff and iihlRi-Lmond. Wl,nrfnn nrtTmT, -,a L
fc4Vft-maHj. Ticl,a r.... !:.-. . . 3 3
rr r WB wub niraaiy grange, &c, with the interior, and :aod
. u cuumry, oeing omy jwr ta 9Lir?wl is iaH hat
X We were pleased "to leain Ihat the i
The October number of GodcysXa-Joiston and Brazos canal has beeaiipoyed
rslipae: ss rficsrvca, and is one that wiH Ovstet Greek. We trnstit may be con-
b?e the ladies. Prom 4ha looks -of tlie 1 Iclod to the Brazos-5h time for steamers to
.... .-i --
cajlates, we should pitige that bustles V0 through this season- The News suvs tfakt
m ssaiaeomlng into vogue, with the sligTlt; a achaCue was given on the occasion by Mr.
ference vf being worn a fittle lowerthan: Bb t,e undertaker, at which -were pre.
se.ij whicfe cau&cs ihc iourruirn3 of t a number of the planters and others from
e fair iveares t6 saaJtoui ia4JoMrcIiaf, re- 0 Brazos to witness the first cjjmmiugrra"Of
ulJiugoneof HopeVsaIes, only a little the WAter3 of Oyster creok with Gakeston
iQ- , '' . Bay. The company also vritnessod Wm pis-
iemostprorruncntrastmjnahlojjulre gar-l 0f-nhVSrst boat from this 3Jay into Oy
its arc the lxvkVBXian& La Polkn, which JsterlKeev "Several speeches were delivered, j is
IbaseserTBSa. ' and eEoJany were highly gratifieS withii
cently chartered by the Xew York Legisla-
ture, with acapitaLpf $100(000,QgO. Robt.
J. Walker is a candidate for the Presidency
of tho Company.
cgU Prom the gieat deiftanfl. for money-in
Englaud, and the heavy 'drain of bullion, for
export, it was expected 'that- the Bank, of
England would raise its late of discount from
i to 5 per cent.
T36&- A correspondent of an exchange, gives
for the asthma
itlTEelf tried it and
inm not to 50 over to A's quai ters, least he
might commit himself by usmg violent and
insubordinate language. But he presided
Jin going there. In a few momenta the Adju
tant heatd pistol shots there,(six) and lushing
over, found Arnold laying weltering in blood
j in the passage between his two rooms Steiner
had nred four shots, each of which had taken
effect, and Arnold had fired two, neither of
which hit Steiner. Arnold lived fifteen min-
utes after I eing shot Steinerk had escapedj
when the Adjutant entered, butbe re-auested
him a-few moments afterwards, saying that ho
was about to mount his horse to go and deliv-
er himself up to the civil authorities He is
now in custody at the post. Mrs. Arnold was
in the Major's, quarters, and piobably saw the
whole affray. Steiner's offence is punishable
with death, of course, uudei martial law, and
we take it for granted that lie will be forthwith
court-martialed, unless the civil authorities
the law courts fail to couvict him
ah 3S1 iHr? !-- VfUniS 65 ' Ki,'S i",d SMd fc Sd Z!fcfa eoTrln? 36fi W
day tho better qualities continued in Jfaijire'-
the rniddliag- and 3c;
i lb. Ddiiars.
a,iie principal aeciine nas ice. , r ., , ., ... .. -, . - -3.
, , , ., i. 1 1?, 1 . 1 mi ttt 1 i . . uav iuu uuiiiui uuattkica tuiituiu "u jii ajirio
again remniked-tkat he would ! TO " uu !;"'. Htt., xiour nas neeu. j.ue remaie seminary of Washington is - ,, finmnnH S. fell-W lh
;m:uyu uuu me prices steauv at ;is. tia. toi hfinntmniv sitnntor nn nn nmnnnmr - i. . . .... ": . ..
- - . ......UOV UU-CLUL. f .AnH. Ij.. n. .&.. ..T:. . . ...
r Tjfc,o(W-" 1 14-BJuUiB?-"JF n--v.it M.ti MJiiuuxs
cedTor all qua
quartor for yello
hrmer with an active
ougox uv& cute. &
sold at rather lower prices Rice has been 'The merchants of this
5300 -bales. Yesterday the ublicatroS
utUiiUIU. kjU"ill Ali'C- IJIILK. & - 1 . .- 1- -,.Tf t .''
- , . t tsie uniavorame mieiugqnce pr ma jirsgu
notiro nn mi.no firm PMt.;d ..'.i j :-:.- j:. z ;-o , again vuwiueu unuws, winaeiewsaieaw.
. .. r.w ... Ai ,. vlu.4 .luu uii-jbi swiow uisuuaniage, on account ot tr-msmrori nnfc prePfJino- inOO TttTre i"
nritfes dedininor. TI10nnfFpnm.trV0t.T1nBl1n1.il t.-.v M, .i;efnnA r-5 '-1-- r .-- transpirca, no exceeomg iUUU Daies;43
-- e . v,.v ,... uu uuu , UJtll j,, uumc UUUl flUy iSUIUUlU.
Bloney am! Tride.
Trade in the manufacturing districts has
been rather heavy and prices hae slightly
declined during theweek.
lhe Money market at London has been
:,. Dfr,. jY 1. i t J -rg'"a ti""- as tne prices were reportea, suowea duc uttie
JnSWdtoSargoo&lrom Hous- fal; $E This mokes an Wetjate r t
fnn cfill -trior nrMtninn n It-lr- K.ir..nr. .,3 l o . .wCT . . -a
j ton, still they are doing a brisk business, and
are liying,in hopes of " a good. timeToming,"
shoul'd the Brazos canal ever answer the end
designed. Some are intending to receive
thftr irnnr?l sik tlio Tiroconf. (m-mmuc. nf iVfr.
mnrP. strincrATlk. fliniirrTl fliorn line en fy lnnan ' -w-r t , i l .
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XSi The Galveston papers represent the
yellow fever as being on the decline, 'but pru-
dently cautions strangers not to visit the city
JS2J Judge li. T. Wheeler, orthe supreme
bench, who was reported to have died at Gal-
veston, of yellow ffter, is convalescent.
The preliminary stops haye been taken in
Memphis, towards the organization of an A'-
ncultunai fcomoty. the Whig, m noticing!
the prececding3, sa s .
The object of such a society is to promote
and elevate tho standard of our great staple
cotlon by enlisting a spirit of competi-
tion among our planting community. To do
this a liU of piizes, and premiums will be a-
warded to those planteis that bring into mar-
ket tho best lists of cotton ; also for the best
hale, the second best, third and so on, the
same to be decided upon by a committee of
the society. That it will .proc highly bene-
ficial there is not a shadow of doubt, as such
no further advance m the rates of interest.
Consols have declined one per cent., and
close at 94 to 94. Transactions, in United
States Securities have been small during the
There has been but little change in the
Cotton maiket at Havre, though the demand
has been more limited. The sales of the week
have embraced 4,500 balps i ailV tmcuiy setxiea, ana 01 tne SO14 it is l cw. adjust our quotations .agfolltfisy
& t oiiflinionf tn enp flint- if is rr 4iw l?n7nn A .r . 7
TIJO rnHtflin 3V.OCrtT, ,-;.- w -VJ . .uu vuo JU.
Tfcfi trtinMn hptwnon ijc.;n .t wn i healthier place cannot be ionnd. rIfais high in(3rt T.nW lUTrfrHfnrr ?r RfrTnFTMfflhiftOi:-.-
.... s - . liliiflF rnT nnvpr Iia TnTooforl mil
wear a most threatening appearance. The .-. - r , . t.t Tnfcrinr.
. t- f InriAA tr TTTfllrtl I I A1tffn n.-4 (iL,tf.na(.n Hu ( ' - " y
out for a large"
alieady thickly settled, and of the soiL
Turks are aroused to the highest pitch of fa
ience to which Houston and Galveston arc li
as the prices were reported showed but little
Corn has considerably ndvan-t south end of UieGSwnTnalfendMu-f iu2l ?J wh-sua J
lities, and closes atOs KrTu3k
w and Wlnte. Lard has been and'bids fair to become achoor of hurh re- S,nSX,r rrSZm
days of 6900 bales and for the week of 900l
The receipts since the the 4th inst.. co:
prise 7869 bales, against 17,439 during t
corresponding, period lat Vcar, and the e
porta 6525, embracing SSOto Liverporf
and 1945 to Havre. Week's receipts; 13
124 bales. Exports 771S, leaving t
stock of 33,527 Jules, against TG3,33 same
Hfcsburg railroad, not onlv to savo the in.
ciuentil expenses on them at Houston, Jiut to
countenance the railroad enterprise.
Xi 1 rl xt. . i l-i- .1 . .1 Jwn"1- U1 w,vr-
xuiBxcBisausmuuiaineDeiier mar tnis;rtl-melast w, ThxecerptSApjpersince-the
oau w m uBiueu up taeiirazoB, ana ttat 1st Seplemberto date are 99,431 bales lesi
" t -0wusuib muiu iiiou than during the same time iostyeaT (STS9
wnu- i" i-" tjj.. a 10 SUUilUUU. UUl.Ui.lUiy
arrainst lSTSlOTtindHhe decrease Jt all ior
the beiiei. aheioy,n is ell laid i.nIAiBfAer jfffli.a -oot.Rt T,nt-,
place; the country around is toio n;f it r,oK v
.. .oiausmu.! i-x,v..- - a.
nfnrM?n onrl 5f 10 fi-fct-tT.! -n .1.. ?n.r-!l.lM ! aUlw.
uuvuwi-iu. uuu in 10 iuuuu UCitut UllUUdClUll: IU '
restrain them, the great European powers
arc still endeavoring to induce the Sultanc to
accept the original note of the Yienna Con-
ference The announcement of the defection, of Aus-
tria has seriously aflectud the -money market
?Vn inn n 10 nnnr nrttrt7..nlTT. l.Tf l.-r.
AUWU M uun .vuioiaumt ucunuv, 1 ,.., ,,- - jp
physicians are turning loafers, and like thef -vfeui--
! Columbia-Bill Pedlcrs, are longing for some
" live oaljfctreat," like that spokea of by
Koms," where tlmy"can retire andnpoze
until something turnTtip. 5
"The stages from Hou-ton are'crowdellwif hr
I fugitives from thedread pest "now pervading
f winter cantonments with his armv on the
Lower Danube. -
The deaths from cholenu at Newcastle, av
erage one hundred per day, and it isstiln
Cholera on tlie Continent.
The cbolera is ravaging the north of Eu-
rope to a fearful extent.
" Omar'Pacha is nremrinr to twss infoisl that. ?"lt7 e ?5es d much to, the.life
. . r . . . . L . i-'nf flucfnirn fho llnntct?illn Sft-?rirTfvaIiI A Tte
tin and Houston stages all centering here,
-making this the best situation for a hotel in
ICorreejfOailonc of the foluaibia Democrat.
Tlie Yellow Jerer.
It is witli feelings of deep regret that we
are not able to chronicle any abatement of the
prevailing epidemic since our lastissne. On
the contrary, it will be-seenfrom the Sexton's
The, Spanish ministry has resigned, as was Import;, in another coluranthat for the past
societies wherever tKey have been established,
t J -L 1 ! 1 I . -.
h"f ro,7T '.-? '-- ' r - rr- - ,,1 .i ! i ji
anticipated would be the case. eek it has been marching steadily onward.
The Gale on I.an T5r?n. withfearful terror, and seemed to gather
lORK, Uct. 6 In the terrible rale cu,'u Jtpiugiesseu us wurjx uj. utauiu-
on Lake Eric, on Tuesday, a schooner went
Since our last, as near as we can learn
dinePotassa, half ounce, wafr, one pint.
Dose For an adult. a small ylne glass fuill
three times aday!.
A correspondpnt gT the ATobile Advertiser,
writing from Abenlcen, 3Iiss, Sept 28th,
' I havo been.nn observer of the products noticed :
of this country ail of ten years, and declare
to you that the cotton crop of 1S53 is, by far wife separated, and she returned to her fath
the worst i. nave ever seen. The aerage
yield of tlie black lands cannot exceed one
half the usual crop. Such, I am informed
products of tho country.
The Legislature convened in Xasbville on
the 3d inst.
The Recet Murpbr in Hai wood Coux-
tt, Tlnn The Memphis Whig of the 19th
gives the following particulars of the murder
in Ha wood count', Tenn , already briefly
Ption of two Democrats and one Whig to Con-si.o urged city
gress. Theclection of Johnson, (democrat)
Some time since John Hiaks and his
er's, a man by the name of Houc Last
Wednesday Hicks went over to old man
House's for the purpose of having a difficulty.
i?.tSe richest feowns, dark greens, &c.-yiSaid t0 eren BXCeea e Teouiraments -of
fs peculiar beauty of the novel style of era- the contract, its panits jire. gpoa ana the
i3ry reaeers itargannencetuscmestswun j wnoie presants tne appearancp ot aurammy.
id admiration, iho small scsitoped U- is needless to add that the balance of tho
zr T?oica traverses ius eiiiire ouuuis ot i , , ,r -t m-ji ,, :!
Tr.annlia. is arron'ihE in tJuain-strtahrbc-1 . . . . J r . - 1
kn ihn sraceM enrpas of which.t rotru- out lllue otk, una win oe sooe corapictea
I -- 3- i O j -
TnrrsiTs. Inftrfi fjVf Kinn.i nvalR t thaSfK as i fVha. ??.- 1 - A ? r. t. ..
J- - - j -w. -. . v.-.- , ... , , j AKV. J-fcV JL .Jt 4VV AA.BX(?&3H.
J .T. i: .!- "1 LX- U. .... . ..' . . . .. . -- . . .. "
tiiu iuy vv(U.i AjjMaiJcui,o, a ul uum-
city, vs the tfBloomers' worn by those ladies
wfib put on short frocks and pantaloons. It
is said thSt,severai &liionabierlRdie3 hare
unHerfekln to sweep the sidewalks of Broad-
vay w itn tlie trains of expensive dresses.
At the Bantist Associationhelrf at Anderson.
cb.rdbyaeollpnSHin&wMchcausesa religious interesV seemed manifested
Y tiabroiaery to crcscnt a most -massy ap- - -4 l ,. j- - 1
hmce. he fringe is of extraordinary " s wmnwnMinons, ana conwuuep unm-
uiess, the skirt bemg jnine iuohefi, headed J terrupted to the close. bile- there was an
which is ennro absence of all excitement, there ap-
sHmptuous neared to be a wide-spread feeling of onnnirv
trcier of fUennent. and mvest-gation, higldy becoming rhe intel-
t&Vxzji This garment, so entirely dif-1. ,1 , T , -, .
bt is chazacior from all die oiar prevail- " 0I ino er arrtruin, ana tne ira-
iiaoJftSj is widely popular from its admira- portance oi sccusmg a well grounaeUshope m
convenience, and its'tftoperty of so bo- the concerns of a futuro cxiston. "E The
iiLgly revealing the ttmnmrepi the fair pLevs j C. Burleson, J. B. Stitler, togothcr
?rs. Its construction is ample, as it fits. .,. i ? i , ---.".
fcely, s thoajra roonlded noon the figure. , . , .. ,
laay bo made either wiOr a surplus front, Pcnoa some auio ana loroioio sermons
hicb eas3 zxx icsiargDct is accessary, or j the assemblage was so large tnat the uhurcti
lr i? In &irita2re eloss to thelhro&t The could not contain them, and consequently
rasmayhefausyroefeil, bufcthe gilkones i one nart f the congregation occupied the
court house, both of which wore nightly tax-
tlie casein the counties south and v, est ofifr s snpposad. House wjis in bed at-the lime,
pufc the two soon got mioan altercation, wncn
Hicks raised his gun and attempted to shoot,
but Mrs. Hicksmra in between him and her
father, and at the same time thiow up the gun
J96f""Broomers' is a name v hith tho iSew
York Jonrnal of Commerce gives to the ladies'
long dresses yhich sweep the idewalks of the jniclvS drew a pistol, and reaching over his
1-A Yirginia farmer has introduced suc-
cessfully a beautiful variety of wheat, called
the Wshite Mediterranean, from Vnch hehas
obtained the extraordinary yield of forty-two
bnshels to the acre.
House got up and rushed in the melee, when
TS&i-Mules are in prat demand in Missouri j
the young-ones are bringing from forty tosix-J
ty dollars, and the grown from one hundred
to one hundred and fifty dollars.
ore in iavor. i'hc fiieewee are flowing.
Hl Tirtrt ef?A "PPt ncmnAnl rTr ha
j, ivu v,i&. jjwy; S'""""' " aJ vu ..ix f- t----x . i-SrtStt. .I..:.
r'iLihSBjrSsnlate.if t dasred, ."" " j- j f"wuir c j thousand dollar.
Lnmedia every- vMsty that-tae teste nufiiencos j and it is helievsd,ateaah-assem-
stlct with lace, fringe, velvet rthbeaaibUng, the fruits of Iho Jbor expanded ar
Xitrt brails The one here presented Is ' flocclooed in rationfti enauiry. wnoereeonvje-
ia-k &a, our ehoice being French h - ad wr mnxitaim.
Jao tnvawipg. All colors are worn, bnt j -
J; js the favorite. A&.tbeseara reaujres, j" iTOm the xomarus ot tne manot me
aa-The late English pnp&rs informs us
that 3ilrs. Pettee, the widow and sole devisee
of the late Hon E Petree of Sclby, has taken
the veil in Franco and that inconsequence te
whole of Jicr large pronertv will go to the
funds of the convent The estate of Salb
she has receatly sold to Lord Londosborough
for J2210,00Qor One million three hundred
wile's shoulder shot House, the bnll penetrat
ing his lungs. The latter immediately fled,
leavinMrs. Hicks hold of the gun. Hicks.
tasked her to go home with him, but she refus
ing to go, he threatened to KilUtter, and she
let go the gun and lun. She liad hardly
reached the door before Hicks fired and shot
her, the ball entering her hack and penetrating
her heart, when she fell back and died almost
immediately. Hicks stood in tho room nearly
over the corpse off his murdered wife, loading
his gun again and "started out in pursuit of
House, but the neighbors coming in about
this time, he fled, and has neibeen heard from
since Lt is understood he was lun over the
Mississippi river, and is now in Arkansas.
House was alio at the latest accounts, buM
there is httle probability of his recovery.
P. S. HicLs has since been arrested and
lodged in Trenton jail.
;willg1ve place to eleths- 2nd yelvcts as Hem we should suppose" that ha is abk tol
imstertais ot whion the fotfca wut -&e con- Wlct, t,:c ,. vrWfc rannRr a h ttr.i..
iJlAUHl ? J'W V - KAV4W J -- W j- -
, For the last two months we have"had carry on their papers without," to telose
yH of dry id warm wihewlfS'asjaDrl transfer theirubscripUons to thoe who
of great sdvantge to the cotton planter, j can" As he -pretends Ur be such a knowing
2g.The now fashions prescribe thatbpnnoU
ionusi Jje worn behind the Jiead The London
ruach vs tliat they nll he worn on tire
small of the back" daring the month or October.
A young man was latelv found dead in a
arrived at Xew Orleaa
damp cellar in Boston where he had been j dates to the 1 6th ult
. y ' ,i .i?i 1 tt i I. . - ,.,.. , ., . , .,,1
fuUio'xsiv aavises moss eauora who - annnoin Kept oy a brute ot a lather, wmie sick, ifi-
out food, and attendance. The father has
been trfgd for manslaughter and discharged,
the Cotirtpdecidiag that the indictment was
Wednesday ih&yWme clouded, and Lruj, we would be pleased, as would hundreds W,0"6 f06 fltat . fatber J8. "0t
p-0 visited ith kght and refreshing nf olherlf ho would rige th aeciel, aa ;".. g f '
Thursday it ramed all day -andiitvould be a great relief to us thiamine, j ' , 2---
. &ud vgf&erday &a rlouds fegan to dis-i When our eotemporary ishsll Jwjeslost, as we . ?gt-The Arnm Toports that the cholera is
?, asd old ef8X!n would oecasionallyl haH-hioh.aTfnTst, he never mji) near-, ragmg in Iralay as well e in England and
,3Bt. - - r llWoty'ihing&athe may have worked 'fori eprih of JSurope. At LomantiTiopie tna
i2C, xaree oi wcicn"WB?3 oy yeiioiy ler poen cov to apprecia oar HUJiu u -- . ,
& saty It it & eolleeS Saeounfa ftor bs oewks J. The receipts of tire X. Y. Central Kailrwid,
Bosrox, Sept. 2StK-A vessel just arrived
from Bermuda brings adyjees from there to the
13th nit Thev report that the yellow fever
ha broke out at St Geoige's Island, wheiej-ootton is sprouting and rotting in the fields
200 convicts wore placed, and out oi this nnm-
dicd. . There had been 125
total deaths on the Island from
bcr fifty had
the disease so far weie eighty-one, John 2 i
Howdfn, American Consul, being among tne
victims The fever was still spreading, and
neaily every one was attacked.
L.ater from California.
The U. S Mail stefimliip El Dorado, has
i'r.nr n.ln.n- nrlt, falrnrn?n !
with California I
Fair, - - -
I Qood Fair, a-
- Fj:oeri St Louis,
Bacok Sides Sets H.fcis&l&i
Whiske-2S a c3U
Fork Mess $15 &74er
Sugar FaucM&ej Prime to'
Coffee -Iv a lie.
SAi.r Cparse.1 Pin
Cajoles Star 24o
Lime Thoniaston $St50 bbL
Bagging 13 cj Rope Tc.
Netv Orleaji5 Money
American Gold Coinagor
-r. nA , -.. r. i t j r.j Ttiom our nhV5!ciari3. thera havA haen about-feOaiuornia
eas:-i-- aCIZ.-Bs? Krfflr??Srw..vJ
. - v f 5!, "QKTKiKH ?. illlll 4. 1 II I ST IIIM4 1 Tjifif W A I -- - r-j-
ccpt tho,coolc. 'ihenre at iniuio oecuirreaj--. , nn wdndav last Napoleons,
we heard of but t.o new cases. Spanish Doubloons,
Wo sinccly trust that the pestilence has j Patriot
ni"h satiated its appetite and run iia terriblei Specie, American
nnreer. anu in a ?uorttrme wo saau Daioittiu r.u.v;-.iw-u..,A.
Bink of Louisiana
Canal and Banking, Co, " -
At Xul Blortalitr. bleehanics? and Trdcrs
Tho Vicksburg Wing ot the Jst mst-, I n0i Bant,
during the gale, which raged so tVarfuily that
the firemeu were unable tp work with auyef-
fect ti-eoi-sria location. "
B ltimorf, Oct. 6. The returns of tbT$j
election in Geoigia so far, indicate tliCycIec-f
announce its departure fiom our severely
rrzoo?Clty wiis. SOth ulf.
as Governor, is very generally conceded.
Tlie Late Frost.
LouisvrLLE, Oct 5. A dispatch -from
day, says thefs was a heavy fro:
ing, and one-fourth of the tobacco cropout
tas aesrroyeu. xiow jar me juj cawuuuu n.i mortaiY
" v l"" . ,, , . . tion
T.m,,'?K,S'-3SJSnt4jtai - '- Q&4 p
I lnnrns from a ornnflcraan iustdown frdmLake ; n:;,ar,
, dated vester-,,, -j 1 t j.i., i.. nnn. ), f " ,-.. t
Bf iUt mnm f ixovmuua-, um. ou ueavusuu.hu . . Uonsoiiaatca,
S& xiiwt-raorn-' , ti . -j - -r n t,a iiormlstion t t. e -vri:r
l um n - i., mmw j i fr i H tip. UJL iIi.UvUv "
0lmww crP 7lktt,Hrcnow prostrated with
Howtar the injury extended .. mortalHylis fearfalfor s
so smail a oooula- ji, rirr,n
J. -i- fUil.U U'HUUUU,
of the 29th, GeoJida,
-The recent trosmito - Tq L' " "p ,,;, fr fulr
produced no ofieet on the Tobacco niariret - - --? "-; - J'" vwgjnm,
.- i. -.ii zr kj-i - l.. .i.tAi -k - r ? n . t - "c -rTr!
hero. It is believed that the crop has suiter- "1U au u.1 .--"-j "" -- - jsoriuern xaoa, .gsut-
littl nr tn ini.inr. OTdlU5 Pneipaiiy uoiii iu i. r- able atiUUOwepUHSo,
-w ..- - r - -. - - -i . i v'x .i. - itiw.4 . . .. . -
si-oninoi AOiovp. so J3 iaat Iruui -"lUiiJ l" ""uj Uiucirmatr, - - 4J
Baltimore. O. 6 A disnatch fromt morning last, negr couta uqar or omv reoio Country
Michigan City, states that thoITS. steamer' new cases. It further adds: - - flndiana, - - B, VS'
Michhran hus Mne ashore near that place, and ackaon presents a sad appearance, tuerc Tennessee, - hMB
that she lies in a verv critical condition. ! not bemg more thatf three hundred persons in Kcntuqk, v - v ?riis
1 ." t 1 .. -II J .m1awa n j-rk . .w j. !. 'r
; town, mciuamg su ages auu uuiuiuu-guu- iiihsoun, . Wa
We learn from qui exchanges, of dutqrcntT fftrtli nf them sick Were it not tint ifctfew nnm0rjanytZAnH,Jthss
parts of tho State, that the present cotton 0f our mercijan(3 are at their post the pitfe Bank, Galveston; -" WctlM
ornn in.5 hopn. nnH !; StlH. DGinf lniured DV -A ,1.nn nmnliT Hiph Jn trufmr ." 'SFZ.
tho boll-worm, in the one pace, and wet wea-, n,fc.-n;Ln" - 16D Acres, - 160 Ofr 173 0&&
tiior ofi irrncviinnnnrii m tiih ii iir. Liitf tai:Li
;t - ,, t. cn 1,. omftlcd ,o fintfinram , It will beseen from Uie bexton-s Ixeporu
Wnrr nm,ni: nF.thB cntlnn iiro in anf one thit nine deaths :have occured ia the city
of our exchanges, in Alabama' recently; or , within the two days endinfyesterday, at
jgSbSicretafy 3Iarcy's lefteYih rspito
' I . , . r 1 Lllt JlinLllllI IU JIllJLUi r.Ull.1 LKTC1J miii;:ti. j
since the beginning cf the prescnt,ponth. o ciocici A iu . , , He boldiv denies thaoosSkm taken-EvtT
. . . T.i. i nonniiinnnppimnir in iiiu .ouuiu ia uuui . - -r - .
nlanters of the Cauebralre is, that
a miracle, if more than a. fourth of
The deaths occuring in the, suburbs and
ighborhood are net repocti
it wll be ' who is a city officer. The
a croo-of-Tshows 14 deaths "for 'the pas:
The SlT. f wtTJ ; . tV;;K;the Sexton. Hukemanmthat Koszta, at the - SXis
mat tne oninion oi a mcne uumucr ul iub uv.a-.- ,. .
r . v ,.- . '
- nomiaaUpp ,
- - -SHK
2l 3 JWenir
. .aH "
Hf -,. ISrtO H.a
4p qo 4 045 ep
The HopUai report j capture by Captain Ihgrabam?was-iTsuieet
t week" but we'rt Austria, aim ueuiyosiratea suae uie uaa
uhuuiui.m.i .. x-.v.., v.-j .... -tiV c t l I tnpnt. ot this Hiinrnrjnri rninnp.fi trns lr.cnlr- an
tnr, ;e ronKvnil Jn nil tliftt finr nntton rrow- arc mlorracd Uiat nut tnree oi moiu uyiug: v .. "Tr, T, T , - ;' .7
V V - O . . t P Ua.U nn-w. ' I
ing country. iaore wcjgjHuus uiuv Vi
Ti,n smnll nmn nf mttnn in this section. , or persons from the swamp.v
....r r - ..-- ,, . .!,&
was opening very last previous to uie Qom?-T. a-, j 1 ponsibiiities. Mr. Man contentb thaf
mencomenu ot tue wet weather, out smcc (" - w-r- ' FCnssrtn. w! ititlpd tn .marifem -nrriSIj
.i i . i.-j u: .i' .i kA. V rPfrmfc in mic that those repots snow no HosstivTs emitKtt jumoi proieqaoj
luuii. wu uavu uuk iiau ,v w um uuu i - - -e - r . .
cxnatnation oi tne exiie. dv wniea act ca was
rho,-TGgrdle5sof deprived q all rjghts and priv-ilegosL asganjNp
nnd nm tnfrnn 1 -u-ustnan scoject, anu reieaeeu jroui vtres
. .- , , i .-jj
ntPmpnlnrdanHneunofthajiumberof new Pn thelawot domicihcatioo, .having loaCtarf
r- , .. i ,. 5T. .;-"- ;. . ..li - .i ,, rt MIa and tho dav oomicura Austria ana acquires it mt
eaontDeiieoirouiwni ue tanner , -- - "".r. i L VUf Aa .r, United States. Heshow-Tconeluaivy, that
us, thai the mop ot cotton will average more-t yu "" w-' i u", w T -.v.--, atismt . vtf-n aathorit?c? tn
than 3G0 lbs. per acre. & - I of former dy s in the weet jXbc nmlaneboly t otTa rfef teScitk
L e n .e nf the i.cSTan. zensoc tho Unitstt StatfmrigSsBing; a
The Western Pork Trade. 3' irwn ftr a ,Wirn, 1 protection from the American ConraL in
It is stited that 10,000 hogs in Barren; Lo- hfn-p 'ro-st noutral port, was an. act in? violation oF the
gon and Warren counties ivy, have been ot- i j ftsfeirwwg istian law of mttmus.
fered at 21- cents gross. The Louisville i - t tiTUi
Pniiriftr snvs llinf, na tli Qdiinn fnr -naekin??
ww-. j- .....-, ,.w w r- c ,
approaches it becomes more apparent that
T t n -inl T? n rkfk' --l
J"8T J-twT . , " , The first bale of new cotton sold at- Athi
we learn iroai a-rrienu m tKjiujuiy ,. 0 - ., , -1. . wfs - . .,-
. -- - -l -.!. . .. . -.. . . ( Kk. VTU.. UU tU J,itrU 'Uth, Vi bCUU. U1B.
the numcor of hogs throughout Kontuchy, , from jlarshail, that a dispute arose OIF, f tho firgt e lost-ear. U
uuu iuu uuiiru ti fsii. win tiuum .1 juisuuivn-iio-) :n(Eiifl riirt cnnrtfjiuiieu. iu. wd iiiu tn , M , mi n
ihe democratic party swept the otate, in J over i, ymr aud priaeshava a downward i twecu ilr Coburij, an elderly, gentleman, I Tfioute ot lespcct.
the recent election Joan .tsigicr is elected
Governor: Samuel Pnrdv, Lieutenant
ernor; Alexander Wolte, Justice of the
ptem Court; J K. XcLonneil, Attorney, orabio. - j indulged in the mantliug glass, at the height
General; b A. McMeanP, State lreafiurer; Kentucky oatm command high prices.-1 of his excitement drew a "DerriBger" and
K II. Martm, Surveyor General: fcmuel . . ,.; m1j, -. -i i, rtw na , AiuRrrrA it nh Mr Coburn. Bsfora Hir.
Bell, State Comptroller; and Paul K. Hubbs, broupi,t BnDi . nnA - TRm ioio' friends of the tou-Ubs could intercede, Mp. Ci
Superintendent of Public Instruction. . drew from hisgde pocket a Bowie-Knife, 1
IS w gold discoveries continue to be mfidel joia iuon.cs. andinfl.eted "several wounds uooli ItfrHr.
in varies parts of California, and the minP A letter Irom Cfiliforum, datediyrj i from the Qt ofch he fc not epecxedf
ito recover; Mr Cohuru was arrested bv
tendencv. and buvers "enerallv are holding , OTW4 if- ttJ1 wnnir lnn-vrr tntirhino' tJin. Viiprea3 it haaptcased the grea KuIerS. . .
Gpv-joff. "Mast" is abundant every where, and , nipr;t? nf ramlidats for election to the Lee-- the-Universe in the wise dLpensationTof
an propectsof hrgo crons "of corn are vofy fnv- ;t,,M mhfl loftv n-ontlninnn hnvfn.r nvnr His Frovldenco, to call from earlhTycenea1
- Jtwtec,Lr MJ
" " '" rCT- l.tfi. t j....j CJ .1SJ 4. n.-.,,T,,n.ri.rvn, KoiURnffiiln tm'tho rtinntb
TfJeorefianfmse-ssnefor m awwojoo. o- UCl i """" ""'" ."""7: v.X 1, sickness on th6 Isthmus: Aaninwali. Cruecsl he did not hke rtehi Snvaments of Mr..
enctchaoataitropW, he mry then of September, were iff the neighborhood
BnkSfcho-'hss" the- jiremBptFnn
. X& n&tne WJ.t3S5i'tH
r ii3 m4tPeotaat Semplsf
is w sgftSe iiv ges9 imae tQucfiJD
fe -rftK',-?!Bf,p nf a ctmcV nf hnntanitv. lowiwu
fnot be so ofecions io Js&wing"btttisi
Fsarnful 5d iorthieftS'Wffc
I - -r r ,
Sap'Ctiafj-Tn'Eya An r SiA'tai t Ai.ltnr.!
JMF -ii.viaii taxc a i wctjj- - u2pjbfux
J-There were bif3SFO deathflbyyeJ-
low fwer t Kew OrisaJg!rork.
The Sunrdme ourt, iu session
.... . , . . ,
! unlri Alx hut en-.&Arl !l n
We h jdreadvoced 4te.aie of Ash- ff. '.. .' . . ,
and Gorgona bemg perfectly healthy
BXatrimonial Uroioles of Clergy-
A letter from California, dattd Jrj $z
generallv are 6oW well, ileantmc busi-f July 25, published in the Lowell frewa t
nm for t-he lat fortnight Iwd oeen exceeumg- r lsbes tue follow mg : j Sheriff Perry and awaits his trial,
iydnll. j Lola Montez had a row with her husband j npdwwf?fx23?ug
There are now. it is a:d, but lew cases ot J- ia Inrvsville last Saturday uighu It scams
SS-We iearafUja&tha bodies of two
., ATj. fllnl-rtwiAr. onA 1,1 s vriAiitn -Jr iTcftlfiH iJUE
)15fcVfi Hanur rntanf Kr wte. and OH at- . .". ". " -& i . j r-.i
--j -- - - -- t jjft sAiittinrn rrh ftT t.me ervanfr.
tatnptiiig to remoitetrata with her, b mieed r j
am lamented friend P,
late Piosidont of Chappcll HiliCdirege.
And whereas on account of his great, ner-
Sana! worth, as well aa on Recount -o&Shs:
nonQraoiw " iMpuusiu uiitiua no oc-
cupioMarahitlonto thi3 Inlaturtori,"an5'
theblithis Board deeirt a pnblle trl-f
bWclfipecc eminontly duo lukinemo
1st, Be it therefore
JR&oiv&l, while worbow wife da&-ubnm-ion
to tb,e fiat of Him who is toolrato'efr,
cannous iatm.Mj ? mc great, aoss
..L"TP ".iT - I il C1.1 V .
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Lancaster, J. The Lone Star, and Texas Ranger. (Washington, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 13, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 15, 1853, newspaper, October 15, 1853; Washington, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth48292/m1/2/: accessed July 2, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.