The Lone Star, and Texas Ranger. (Washington, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 14, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 22, 1853 Page: 3 of 4
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fcid. '.: "" TIE T BIAS IAIIIsTmI LORE STAB. ' r,r " YW?S ;';" V--:c:r)f
IIN & CITAUK'S- -
ilitt axd "Winter Stock of
6f SsncftirtrmTttf d-nmlc
5oScr to buyers as fine, and perhaps the
felgassorted stock ol goods ever brought
to rSfaSaitef mjacs, mere is scarcely an aru-
cleSlepforv-Dut we nave, xne loiiowing are
oSreJeiS articles :
DresflGoo0 every description; Silks, Satins,
Mnenstgiift Shawls latest styles of Bonnets,
anMsnSllas; Hosiery; and every Tariety of
Jtfbbonsiao4iUDOon trimmings, aaces, xnuua.,
V??ff5 Tlttftn-no. TfiTPiils. filnvp;. English
LfeSt" Cffiat li&Hti-ZSiJ
fSsr-- juaazcs EsSDSjLir ifes
. , .
JNexvJK-oure 10 ana irom the Interi
ON?-nesday, September 7th, 1833, and
.each Wednesday and Saturday following un-
til further notice, Cars with Pasen-crsand
Freight, -will leave Harrisburg for Stafford's
poinvFort Bend county-at 9 o'clock, A.-ar.
Returning, leave Stafford's point at 11 o'clock
a. ar. c
Passencers for Harrishurn'.tn.i nr.7. Ct--
oRars,jiButtons, Threads, Gloves, English J in Richmond at 8 o'clock a. m.. or Fulcher's at'
ins, Needles Woolen Tarn, Knitting Cotton, 74 o'clock, a. m., reach Harrisburc in season for
dinner?and for Galvestonboat. " x
Passengers for the West and North-west, leav-
ing Galveston by steamers Tuesdays and Fridays,
JftossesVfivery description of Clothing f
iSfoYouths' or Children: India Rubb
CoaK?S2s xm Shoes ; Cloths and Cassi-
m-jSjjElanuels, all colors; Brown andBleach-
Jfcgjo&H& kinds; 2Zats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
'Blanket- Carpeting, Matting, Oil Painted
Wl3$'feShftdes, Venetian Blinds, Trunks. Car-.
potafasS, Hugs, soiar x.amps, uiocks. JJiru w-
K&jg&okiag Classes. - -
i UW itUU. OU1C1 II .11C, JJ.Ctl.iJ J- ..
elegant Plated Tea setts, woiuau
atcbelfGold and Silver Port MbnaisT
Knivoa33olts Revo1vers, &c &c.,
oujjSuii" articles too" numerous tomen-
, xenas'asnj anu. prices io.
JvLELN & Ui.Aiii..
n, Oct '.2,1853,
arrive at tiarnsburs about 10 o-filnnV. v r..
stop pne night, and reach Richmond, or Fulcher's
for dinner next day.
Facilities will be given for transporting horses
and carnages by Railroad.
" John A.Wili.iams,
F Supr't. B. B. B. & Co. Railway.-
Harrisburg. Aug-31. 7-2m.
. iW&rr&tiied in Every Respect
5r 'rce manufactory of William. Erf
S3ugont-2StefYrjEt a new Jot ofuiu
Pmblnd llelbdeons. These instruments arc
m. inequaied by any in the United States, and arc
W -$rell wortlythe, -attention of those who want to
.ghesnpplied.wTtb a superior article, at a reasona-
ble price fAlso, Guitars, Violinjs, 1st and. 2d
BassUoAcfefdeons, Flules, &c , Sheet Mtibic,
andsSirlncsfor Pianos, Guitars, &c.
. H?t KilEN &r CLARK,
OcV2Tl853,t . Houston.
-a. -St i Kotice.
rlHSsubscrIber has the .disposal of various
JL tracts' oflnnd, and some desirsiblc situations
of Springfield, can)e had on the following term-:
" Jf,a5entlenianl8is-iil put up a goodmill, ne can
lavetijafiersfcCjtwclve months, gratis, by selling
4 InrabeMit.onedollar, and twenty-five cents per
liundred, if sawed on the share one fourth, and
ermdinjr for thiTtenth. 1 1200 acres in the tract, i
-eeSKrely-tiinberiisash, walnut, pecanhickory,J
A. M HOHWM3LL, "
Carriage and Biagy Manufacturer,
If XKWARK. If. J.
Refer to J. Lancaster, Washington,
?' " J. Adriance, Columbus.
OctoberJ, 1853, - 11-ly
An ounce of fad is worth a pound of theory
and the swarm of conclusive facts that cluster
round that incomparable preparation, Iloofland's
German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson,
Philadelphia, establishing its value as a tonic
and restorative, arc such as would pi cnt in-
credulity itself from questioning its efficacy. In
all cases of disease of the stomach, whether
acute or chronic, it may be recommended lor its
soothing, cordial, and renovating influence.
Dyspepsia, heart-bum, loss of appetite, nausea,
nervous tremors, relaxation, debility , &c, are
relieved by the bitters in a very t,hoi t space of
time, and a perseverance in their use never fails
to work a thorough cure.
Read the annexed letter for facts:
Mulberry Creek, Fayette co., Texas,
June lo, ifcti:
Dr. L. S. Comstocx, ,T. Y., Sir: Twelve
months ago I bought a oOc. box of your Pain Ex-
tractor, and a neighbor of mine, Judge W. llene-
fee. in this county, had anegiowoman that was
burnt on her foot, 14 years ago, every month
"wouhTbreak out and run so that she was an cn-
Wasisiisgton Female Seminary.
THE next term of this Institu- j$3L
tion will commence en Monday, j-&
June 27th, under the immediate su- dSvJlfeCy
perintendence of Rev. L. P, Uucker.
Mis, E. B.ulk, principal Female Teacher
assisted b- Mr. II. C, Balf. Other competent
assistants will be procured from time to time as
the circumstances may require.
All the blanches of u thoiough English and
clisical education will be taught.
Mib Lizik BniTTiXRH.vai, will take" charge
of the Music Dep trtment, together with drawing,
painting, embroidery and other ornamental
A system of Calisthenic exercises will be in-
tioduced, in which the whole school will engngc.
I he constantly varying evolutions included in
this 3 stem, accompanied as they arc, by tliemu-
sic of the voice, render it a pleasing amusement,
while at the same time, it promotes ease of man-
ners and affords a healthful exercise.
'I he apparatus belonging to the Institution is
sufl.ciently extensive for all important cxperi-
tirc cripple He sent to me for my box of salve-
I- lctjliim have it he applied it, and has nude a, mentis in philosophy, chemistry, astronomy and
perfect cure, so that she is nnw a hand, sound and t eo raphy.
well;" and the Judge saj s he will always keep the i ro mi per session of five nwniki,
salve on uanu. l nave tricu tne sai e m mv iami- i
Tite State of Texas,
CQDJfTYr OF GllIMES.1 s
"Tb uiy tatvjitt-Ofjicer of said county, Greeting:!
liLKtAS, James Xawrence," Attorney for
-oiemonu ;c an Alshnc. has made oath
ordinary process of law cannot
be served upon 1
J - ? Notice.
IBATEpiaced'in my buna's by Moses Evans,
-ojeccaseajafew land certificates, for location,
belprignigjto "different persons, and if not applied
for jnfewlays, I shall locate them, and charge
,tae Customary ieua iar uicuuuu.
Washington? Oct 22, 1853 14-3t
?& For Sale,
'KEGR057oman, twenty-two years old a
ne.cDbk1Swasherand ironer, and sood house.
-. ?-"& -m . ' " -.
ren, uci. jo,
iMCXOCKHARG?. thankful for past favors.
t iT,lf?ocnrf frellTT ?fnT -rTia ,ilil: fKnt
lieJs.pW'orea to comply with all orderainhis
Iine 'Havinp been mrnv years engaged in the
, bnsmeSr!ietfiattrs bimeejf that ity strict per-
"jsonahtfittentiqn, he will be able to give satisfne-
Mfeatb -alIaaiEfepry favor him witU their busi-,
Carriagcsainted and repairedr
atlu'hgn. Oct 15, 1S53, - .
m This is therefore, to command you, that you
cite, by publication in the Texas Ranger and Lone
Star, a newsp-iper published in the town of Wash-
ington, Washington county, for .three successive
weeks, prior to the return dav hereof, the said
Washington N. Black, to be'and appear before
me, at my office, at Anderson, on the first Satur-
day, the 1st day of October next, at 10 o'clock, A.
M., to answer the complaint of Brcmond & Yan
Alstyue, on a plea of debt of forty-nine dollars,
with interest thereon from the 1st day of Janua-
ry, 1S-32, due by note.
Herein fail not. but mike dim. rp.fnrn. ftirKfv-
jing how you have executed this writ.
Given under my hand this 3d day of September,
A. D. 1833.
W. K..McALPIN, J. P. G: C.
A true copy of the original placed in my hands,
to which I certify, this od day of Sep'r., 1853? "
It, and find it good. I would not be without it for
any price in the world I ha e been the cause of
several of my neighbors trying it, and all that
have it are well satisfied with it, and s v they
will not be without it. A neighbor of mine bv the
name of 0. L. -Ilillcbrand, fromiLibcrtjvcounty,-
Eastern Icxas, first told mcabouwt, anal am w ell
"satisfied with it. Wii.liam5V: CniswELL.
No 1-1 2m. -
To iluiiders and Others.
PERSONS willing to contract.Jbr the erection
of a Baptist Meeting House at Anderson,
Grimes county, Texas, may inspect the draw inc
'and specifications left with the county clerk oi
Grimes ctunty, from the 20th ot July to tiie 3d.
day ol September next. Tenders not to be gien
in later than 10 o'clock A M. on Saturday, the
3d day of September next, to be put'iu j thehands
of 0. II. P. Hill, chairman of Building Committee
at Anderson. The committee will receive tenders
Elemental 3' branches, $10,00
English grammar, arithmetic and geog-
raphy, ' t 12,00
Natural science, moral and intellectual
phjlosnpby. history, logic, rhetoric, &c, 15,00
Glassies and mathematics, 23,00
Modem languages Spanish, German S
Fronch, each 10.00
Minic instruction ana,UEe.of piano forte, 23,00
"" " guitar 20,00
Drawing, , 12,00
Painting in water colors, 20,00
01, " 25 00
Vocal music, embroidcrj and calisthenics,
All pupils Rill be charged from the time of en-
trance to the close of the stss'oii. No deduction
will be made for lost time, unless in case of pro-
Boarding can be had in good families near the
Academy, on icasonable terms.
V limited number of pupils, can be accommoda
Galveston and Houston Steam
JOHjX H. STE1UIETT, Master.
FinHIS splendid new passenger -
JL Steamer, built expressly for ijttgh
this trade, has been running in i t -Zzixs
six months, and been able to mis- i
tain herself, notwithstanding the fierce opposition
waged, for which the owners acknowledge their
indebtedness, mainly to support derived from the
travelling community, return thcir1sinccrc thanks
and beg to inform and assure ihpiiblic, that she
will continue to run in the trade, ''jind no mis-
take" and that, too as au indcprritlcrit boat.
During the summer months, she will leave
Houston every Wednesday and Saturday, at 3
o'clock, p m., and Galveston, every 'I ucsday
and rriday evening at three o'clock, making her
time through generally in about seven hours.
Rate of passage, two dollars, as fixed oh her
nisi nip, tohiei will not be deviated from.
B. A. SHEPHERD,
Houston, May 28, 1S53. "" 40-Gm
Sept. 10,1 S33.
Sheriff, of Grimes countv.
nnilEJieadright certificate of Theophlus Hen-
JL ry, issued to his heirs, for-six hundred imd
forty acres of land, by the Board of Co.nmissT8n-
ers ot Jiontgomerj' county : numocr nofrqcol-
lected. This is to notify, That if not heard from
I will apply for a duplicate.
Grimes County, Sept. 7, 1S53. 7-9t
FjROM the subscriber, on the-1st of June,
jj. 1S53, an American horse Mule, of a mouse
color, saddle and collar marks: his cars are much
inclined jto flap, about 14 years old. Any person
knowing anything about said mule, will be lib-
erally xewarde'd, by addressing me at La Grange,
Fayette county, Texas.
September 10, 1853. ' 10-4t
HhP CRIMES COU3CXY.
t TOHN LA PRELLE. respectfully in-jforms-i1s
friends and-customers. that
" - aPreiiared to accommodate them in a jjP-
-cvitfor&iugl manner, and flatters-himself that a
J23t4llr'Ul5HElsi'TrilI ftt-rn-r ltiS&mily i lilosaan -nnf- J
iwrafiCT"- SttP noiei lirtHiveuient "llTTut xmrrr1
-as. Attached to his house is .a goodtable.
yjKir, travesr'sliorses and vehicles will be taken
'"care of in thepbest manner.
discharge for the San Jacinto camnairrn.
in the year 1S3G, date not recollected. If
not found or heard from within three months, Ii
sunn apply to tue proper aepartment for a dupli
cate- S: R. Rorerts.
A ugnst 31 . 1853 7-9 w.
Saddle and "IJj5.ru ess Manufactsrpr,
A V i aGlocated permanently in An- "&)&
L derson. "Srimes County, respect-"p
r inform." tlio tmlilic. that lie is nronnred to
teyery kind of wor2 in Tus line, in a manner
miTTcm-he sjtisrafirorv PprsonR -n-nnld rin vtpH
tfltcndto liim'a trial, as be feels confident that
'"iSpronld give satisfaction.
October 8, 1S53, r 12-
THE undersigned having been appointed "ad
Jntinistrator of the estate of Anthonv B-rrn.
AecIed; by-tbc bonorablejhe Probate nr?Tff-l """'-
aL7.tasS5. T. T.SW.,..-- !.: ii,.f
notifr all Tfrsnn5 indohfSil n enw! u.(t.,'t";. i
- -- j ..., to...3. nt, iu cumu
forward and pay up, or their liabilitb"? will h
placed in the hands of an officer for collection.
sUpersyns iiavmg demands against said cbtitc,
are.rqqucjsltd to prcsept them, properh-authenti-cated,
witliin the time prescribed by Iawr, or they
will be barred Arthur M.Darbv, Admjr.
Anderson, Aug. 20, 1853. 7-5w,
for both a stone and a wood building. reser in? to
themselves the right to.dcteimiuc which they will ted with boarding in the Institution with the
duuu wneniue prppos-usaremspectea. tue auver- j tcachou?, by early application
tisers not to enjrae to take the lowest tender
nor will any be, accepted unless the character.
means and suieties of the person offering it, be
satisfactory, and the amount of the tender within
a certain sum. All further particulars or expla-
nations.will be given by O. If. P. Hill, chairman
at Anderson. . " J. W. Barxe,
July 18, 1853, Clk. a. d. c.
Attorney at 3Law3
CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS.'
v T.VZI. ALSSAXDER.
Aitclieson &. -Alexander.
Attomey3 and Counsellors at Law.
S"OST received, a large supply of the celebrated
sP-IIays Liniment, a certain cure for the Piles.
B. F. Rucker.
TTTSE the oil of Tannin,
J from cracking the
boots and shoes.
to keep your harness
best preparation for
B. F. Rucker,
OX the way from New York, a large supply of
Comstocks Extract of Sariaparill i, the beat
in use, warranted genuine. B. F. Ruckfr
rgIIE -avorst cases of Rheumatism can bo,curcd
JL by using Hcwes Xcrve and Bone Linamont,
The genuine is kept hy B. F. Rucker.
BOHN'SSick Headache remedy, a certain cure
j for the worst cases ofalck headache.
1-Iy. B. F. Rucker.
BROADWAY, XEff YOIIK, CORKER OF2Stll STREET.
RS. VAX YLEET, formerly of G3 Barclay
treet, has taken the above large house,
andrfittcd itiip with Gas, Croton W-ater, Baths,
etc.. and New Furniture throughout. Persons
visiting New York will find no pleasanter houicj
in the city. It unites the liccdont of a Hotel with"!
the quiet of a Boar ling House
Eg, Charges Per day, 1 SO, per week, $9,-
0.v. ,- , 1-lv.
CA1X. - - J. WiSIIE?fDERON'.
to J. J. GAIN & Co. -
XGElTIXft, Forwarding and -Com-
inission Merchants. aoiacenfc-the
Wlfa. Main Ftrect, ffecston. Texas.
- ctobcrS, 1853," 12-ly
irCJiTAJiTDREWS, GEO. W GROVER.
ANDREWS Ss. GROVEI?,
JODESALE and Retail Dealers in
5roceries. Provisions, Lienors
IStrand Galveston, Texas
Jrders from flift ronntrr -nrnnrnrtTr ntfornloil tn
Octobers, 1S53, " 12-
: . AdmInist?cator5s Notice
"i ETTERS of Administration on the estate of
ClhnrTixt S Wn1din TihtItxt Thonn ,Mniu1 t-
fe'-undersi'rncd, at th'e 3Iay Term of tue Countv
Qourt for Burleson countv. "Notice is herebv
given to all persons indebted to said estate, to
Ipmakeinimediate payment, and those having claims
sgtunst tue fiame io present tnem, properly au
thenticated, within the time prescribed by'Jaiv.
JU JAMES REYNOLDS, Admin'V.
--- October,. 1853. 12-Cw":
THE business of the late firm of Austin &
Edrington, has been placed in the hands of
Wil,x,iasi H Vinson-, Attorney at Law, for set-
tlement, who is fully authorized to make settle-
ment, to receive and receipt for all debts due said
late firm. All persons indebted to us either by
note or account, will please call upon said Vin-
son, without .delay, and settle their respective
liabilities, and save troublcand exneBse, as the
busiiiess must be closed forthwith,. " T
AUSTIN & EDRINGTON,
August lth, 1S53. (j.tf
W ET EilS f administration" having been
Js-4 g-anted to the undersigned, on the estate of
James G, Bartce, deceased, by the Honorable the
county court of Burleson county, at the May term
thereof , all persons indebted to said estate, are
requested to make immediate payment to me, and
those having claims against silil estate, are re-
quested to present them as the law 1 tquires.
l-0w. Meirvnda Bartjsi., Adm'x.
ms institution is now estapiisueu on a per-
manent basis, as i:m exclusively Female Seminary,
andis its natural advantages of convenience of
access, health and beauty of scenery, are une-
qualled by any in the State, so the proprietor is
resolved that it shall not be surpassed by any in
point of able and efficient teachers, as none will
ever be employed by him but those of the highest
order of qualifications. L. P. RUCKER,
Washington, Texas, June 16. 1833, 49-tf.
J AS. F. EDERINGTON, respectfully informs
his customers and friends generally that he
has just received, and will still continue to re-
ceive, a large aadlrmple supply of goods suitable
for this market, consisting of staple dry goods,
together with a great variety ot ladie's fancy
dress troods, alto a prime assortment of ready
-made clothing, and gentleman's furnishinggoods,
boots, shoes, hats and caps, s.c,
I will also keep on hand a good assortment of
goods for plantation use negro clothing, of the
most durable "quality, and all-the implements of
husbandry usnally lound m any other store in
the country. " Groceries and ..provisions in great
variety, at wholesale or retail. I shall hold out
ho false inducements for cusEomer.s, and 1 will
sell goods at sucli rates as to live and let live.
I solieitfei continuance of patronage, so liberally
extended heretofore. Call and judge for your-
AUSTIA" 4- BERTllJMTD,
A. YE. received by- the- Steamship Maxico,
frcm New C'rlcai,r, & larcc btock of sum
mer Clothing, of the latest styles., comprising .
Linen Drilling Pants.
White and Fancy Marseilles Tests.
Pongee aiK Black Sfeiu - do.
Blackf Silk Aljucca. Frook Costs.
Do. 'do. do. Sacks' do.
" Brown and White jjfften Pauls?
French Moriuo &ffSn5f;d Drill do
r y SITE rroprictor of the above Saloon, takes ihis
3- metliod of informing the public that he is
having this establishment thoroughly refitted.
In a fe.v weeks he will have -another billiarlllta-
ble under way, for the accommodation of those
wl& like to participate in tins graceful and ac-
Ills liquors, wines, cordials, cigars, tobacco,
&c, are of the very best quality, and as he is
determined to keeD one of the best houses in tho
State,, as a ictreit for gentlemen, he has spared
no exptnfcc to make this saloon a pleasant place
of recreation. It is situated-iu the most central
part of the town, opposite the stage office and
3 He has made, arrangements to keep his
bar supplied with Ice, during the summer.
June 30, 1853. 51-tf.
Buggies for Sale.
A New and splendid light run-
C2L ning top Buggy, of the latest
and most approved style, and made
expressly to order, at one of the most celebrated
factories in the North.
Also, a very light running open Buggy.
For particulars enquire of
Washington, May 1853. 43-tf.
VTatela and Clocli 3Iaei-
0 G. PROKOP, informs the public that he
ILBo has located in Washington, for the pui'-
pose of repairing Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c.
His chaiges are low, and he warrants to give sa-
tisfaction in workmanship.
May 2G. 1S53. 46-l2m
Kalle & Baldriclgc,
DEALERS IX " , "
, STAPLE AjXD FA.XCY DRY GOODS,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY. GROCE-
RIES, Sf PROVISIONS.
HUBBY & WILSON,
Ferry Street, Washington, Texas.
"gE.ALERS in drugs, chemicals and perfumery,
MJ surgical, dental and mathematical instru-
ments: fine hardware and pocket cutlery ; choice
groceries, fancy articles and articles of utility,
Prices un'formly love, and tcrms'casi on delivery
July 1. 1853, 52-Gm.
11. A. X.OTT,
WS now receiving and opening a spring stockj
M. never betoic equalled in V aahmgtoii. 'iJiey
have been purchased upon the most favorable
terms, with great care and especial attention
paid to the wants of the State at large, and coni-
piisc the newesfand most fashionable styles and
designs in fancy good, Nearly every article in
the Diy.Goods line, can be iound in my store
which I am determined to sell on as reasonable
terms as any house in the-place. ,
The ladies are particularly invited to call and
examine n y splendid, stock of goods, tfSTin its"se-
lection I had an cyn especially to their benefit,
and think they must bo pieased with such a beau-
tiful variety. It consists iu partwf
.Ladies Diess Goods.
Swiss, Cambric and Jackonct Muslins, figured and
m pl.iin, In every variety, - '
Fancy Barages, L'awns and Tarletons,
Swiss, Cambric and Jaconet Ginghams,
Fashionable DrcssTriramings, , -
Lace and Straw Goods, "
Ivorynd-Feather Fans,, '
G lovcs'and 'Hosiery for Ladiesjand Missed.
Parasols dud Umbrellas; "" , '
.Spring anir iSnmmci-' Bonnet?,
Silk and Sattin Bonnets,
Lace and Crape do.,
Open and French Gymp, do.,
Lace and Straw do.,
RIBBONS of every variety,
Fiench Sjtrigs and Floiver.sj
Crape and Satin Trimmings.
Boots and .sskSs Slioes.
Ladies & Misses Gaiters, half Gaiters, Slippers
anu Walking Shoes.
Ladies 'and Misses Boots and Brogans.
Patent leather Boots and Shoes, '
Gentlemen and Youths Calf Boots, a-variety,
Imperial switched do. ,
Boys and Youths Brogans,
Merino, Gro Deta, Alpaca, Croton- Cloth, Linen,
Black and Fancv colored Coats and Pantaloons:".
LWhite and Fancy Marsailles and Grass Tests ;
Black Satin do.;
. HATS: . ;
Palm Leaf Hats, Silk -Hats, For Gentlemen
Panama do.. Straw do. 3 and Boys.
,Faiicy and Dameslic Hard-ware,'
Bla'cksmiths' and Carpanlers' Tools,
Groceries and FrovLions.
A variety of splendid-bronzed andpearl in-
laid iron .framed minors, theJirst ever4 brought
to this market.
In brieit has becniny'dcsiretogctan accept-
able variety of e ery thingand, I expect to sell at
prices to suit the times. Give me a call. It costs
nothing to show goods and I Hke to see my
friends. " '
May, 1S53. t 45-tf
Sije Qixa& Banger.
PUBLISHEb" WEEKLY Bi"
W. J. CJieuov.eil3, 31. D.
Office on Fer rat-sir eel.
June 9. 1853.
Dr. 3: J. Wyatt. i
"RESPECTFULLY tenders his prof eieional i
jL& services to fnc citiiens of Washington a,ud
vicinity. Room in the Washington Hotel. f
t June 15,1858, 50-tf.
iXrowuJiiq, c oivs, Vbu tinds.
B'ufWind aswrfed Grass dar"
Clouded Palofi.ts. "
Gingham FrocES-at Saeks.
i Groceries &. Erovisioas,
AUSTIN $ BERT RAND, -
sECETVED. bv last arrival of the steamer
j Wm. Pcnn:"
Fresh -t. Louis Flour, (inspected.)
Rio and Java Coffee, (new crop.)
Adamantine and Star Candles. -
Dried Apples and Peaches
" Canvassed Hamsr " -
Green and Black Teas,
Loaf, Crushed and Powdercd-Sugar3.
Soda,Crackers. . -
Lemon Syrup, and Lime Juice.
Brandy Cherries "and Cordials. '
Sardines,' Pickles, and Pepper Sauce.
Lard, and. Whale Oil. -
, Tobacco and Spgaxs.varipusifbrands.
' Mononc'alicla a'nd Bourbon Vikeyt-
Rose and Dcxter's (extra WHwKey.
Brandies and: Winen, various qualities.
ClarcrantL-Madsira Win. "
Wine and Cider "Vinegar.
a. London Porter.
Pins Apple, Cheese. ,
j New Rice.
Soap and. StaTcIh
Steno Jrs. anL.Tugs, -
i W hhits Brojrn iugar.
C;TmJets.and CoitoutdiJ P;t.
I aacy Gttinaae Ftte. jfll kl
Liifen Bagsm Shirts of s
OUNCES QUININE, just-received,
and for sale bv the subscriber. The
community may feel assured of 'always finding
quinine on hand at this establishment.
B. M. HATFIELD,
June 13th, 1853. , St-49
"g OHN M. SPANN is my authorized agent du
ring my absence from the State.'- -
. , . CHAS C. SPASSS.
Washington, Texas, June 30, 1S."3. Slftf.
OPTTOJV.-We will make liberal Jcash ad--vanceson
cotton, for shipment to our friends
T-f newYork andBoston. x -
ACKXRarAy & ai'ini-LTR.
Washington, Ocfobcr-8, 1853, "12-
iOraX V CX,AltS. RANTED. Th J
aup- ujjuust iuariet price will q.e given ior ooun
pZSJM Warrants, by
Z ACKEMIAX &. Zl'inL.UEn.
. tijslbngtotf, Oct 6, ' 12-
NEW FALL GOODS
ATAeKEliiYIAN & Mc3IIUIiBR'S.
JpE f the firm has been in the cities fif Bos-
Ton New Yorlc and Philadelphia, during the1
summer, vndjias devoted Ids time to purchasing
-Mjoous, feel tonfidentnhey can efferto the public
os good, cheap ami well selected stock, as ever
has been in this market, and would say to their
pp numerous patrons, call and examine tor your-
fielvcs. "No trouble to thow goods.
iJJctober-l, 1853, " li-ly
of Sugar, of superior quality,
H-ly ACKERarAK & 31'MILI.ER.
H21BLS. Molasses on hand and for sale by
aJ ACKERMAS" & M'siIIiLER.
fcffljjober 1,1853, 11-ly
- "lnef?Castelleon & Co Yintage,tl817,
iEaatcau Bernard Superior Palo,
tOtard,0)upuy & Co., do
. 0ld &y Glory, in Bottles,
.3i Cherry Wine, do
wimy Jamaica Rum,
ACSEKaiAJr & 3X MltLER.
Ill4f CKS BI COEFEE,
goer lit, 1853. , 11-ly
npTO Good Double Seated Carriages for sale at
vri , ---x-ACJCKKaiAW & 31'jtfII.I.Ell.
The State of Texas.
To the Sheriff of Washington County, Greeting:
"HERE.AS, Nathaniel Greer, on the 8th dav
V of July, A. D, 1853, filed his petition in
the District Court of Washington county, against
James H. Brantley, in which petition he alleges
that the said J. 11. Brantley is justly indebted
to him in the sum of Five Hundred and Sixty-
eight Dollars, as foUows:
568 GO Ten daysafter date I promise to
pay William Graves, or bearer, jive hundred and
sixty-eightdollur8 for value received.
10th May, 1850. Jas,. II. P.n Wrv
(.Which said note the plaintiff alleges, was trans-
ierrcu to Rim tor a valuable consideration, and
that'he is now the owner and bearer nf sn,i nni
And that the said, defendant has not paid said
sum ff nionev in said note specified, or any part
thereof; Wherefore" lie pnns for Judgment, &c,
and oath having been made that the residence of
-the defendant' ifc unknown to the plaintiff,
Tlie are therefore to command you that you
summon the said James H.-Br.intley" by publica-
tion inJhe Texas Rangerand Lone Star,sa news-
paper published in said county of Washington,
as the12w directs, to bo and appear bcfoie the
Honorable, the District Court ot said county, at
a Court to be hold en in and ior said county, at
the Court House thereof, in the town of Bronham.
on the first Monday in October next, then and'
there to answer this complaint.
- Herein fail not, and-have you then and there
Witness D. D. Crumpler, Clerk
oi samitiourt, and thft seal of office,
this1 20th day of August, A. D.
D. CRUMPLER, Cl'k D. C. W
EALER in Groceriea and Provisions, The
highest price paid for country produce?
Dntwera, Glores, hairHose Cravats, .ud
Eopkct Handkerchief. ,- "'
All,ofv,hicUve offer to our customers as cheap
as can be had at an;, house in Texas. 4G-tf
" AUSTIN 4- BEirfRANV,
Attorney sit Law.
V ashivslon, l eras
ILL attend the courts
of tfes St J!
,uii m-'g. i.irsicur ":fnt.ir mvpn
"to Land claims on the Upper Brazos. Ktria, alo,
i;i.cj-Ai iu prutecate ctairas ion oounly mituls,
"Fr3-of VT' or PHon as uy solufor or A RR nowopeaine 6 beautiful asasrknont of
raeer vetm Uw Lnjted States GoTernmeut for . fredi iraportetLof ieTWrsTU5. gelected
nmy 16, 1852. ly. bygone of our firm? e$rrejlv for this markcti"!-,
SubscrinUonTor'oiievear. 23r for sixniont
S1 75:-for-three-monlhfi25' S"ubscribers j
paying in advance, will betcharged $o at the el
oi tne year, i-aymqns TTicnin wo nonms im
the roailiRg of the first, numbeiv will becon
dered in advance-. Two copies one year 5,
advance. Anyone sending us five cash payi
subscribers, will "be furnished a conv gratis.
ffp subscription t'tkcnsfbr-aless tiiue than oi
y ear unless a special understanding is mad& wi
the publisher. '
All dues to this office may bo remitted per msj
ingoou ana avauaote uanK, Tiotes, at tne risx i
tne Jiditor, tne postage ot alt letters, bemg pa,
bu the writers. Thepostaqc of a sinade lett
is scarcely'6 anv accounLto the writer. It
the accumulation of postage In Jin extensive b
mess, wlncJi. operates as a serious tax ur
Terms of Advertising t
One doRar per square of ten lines or less,
the first Insertion, and fifty cent for each sclj
quent insertion, if paid in advance i if not, fifj
per cent will be adaed to tne amount. JLons
advertisements in tbe ame proportion. Ta ticl
who advertise by the year, a reasonable reds
tionfrom the above ratesnvill be made, but ;
advertisenfent vill be charged by the year unla
I asnecial understandmffi3madewita the publd
er r bui they will alsberequired toconhnethj
advertisements stnctlr to onebrancn ofbusins
and any advertiaementfrom ayearly advertfsl
not directly appcrtainingtu the business reXeni
to in his yearly ad vcrtzsements,. will be chard
The number of insertions required must!
stated or marked on the advertisement, nr tl
will be inserted untiI"ordereuout, and, chare
Eighty words or less will constitute a squai
An Advertisement over bu-woras will be coun'J
as two squares if over 180words. three equa
and so on.
Professional Cards, (per annum,'); of five lis
or less, 10 00 in auvance, or 12, not zn i
Announcing candidates for State, District ;
Legislature, SiO : for county Si, tfiyable la
vancb if payment be delayed -5Qper cent. wiH
addeo. to tue amount. -
All personal mattersr when admissable, will
charged double: tlxc rates of- advertisins.
Calls on persons-to become candidates will I
inserted as other advertisements, to bo paid
every instance m aavance.
All obitnaries and tributes, of resneefc excee
ing eight lines, charged for as advertisements.
Political, personal, and business-comntume
tions," promotive of individuaMnfere3ts. TrfH
charged the same as advertisements ; aud if
.paidforin advance, mu3t be assumed by so
responsible person before publication.
All advertisements, the publication of rH
is required by law, must be paid for in advanci
Job work executed witlt neatness and d(
patch, and at low rates, -which. 'must b& paid.
Extract from the law regulating fce3 of oEca
feu Sfc. 22. That in all cases where a citl
tion-or other process, jsrcoulrgd to be served '
publication in a newspaper, the officer, who!
duty itTnay be .to makesuch serviee, shall
furnished with tee printer sfee for such, -public
tion, before he shall be required to have sal
Those who apply for credit, for subscrfplio
advertisements or job work,wiE be required
htue timerto give their notessrfbSf-thtfpaweunS,
.we keep no reitular book. of onen accounts.
Al l Ar.MA.... n.?n... -fV.- -.X-T.diTf. v..... ..J. i
XLI1 UUliiiUIUUVUllUUb iUl UIU iVAAUCtl, UlUaiKl
post paid, oEtbey will not rejSei-KiifitttiiLci:,
Tha Editor, ?u returnittcife bccscknawlcfi
monts td liis friends, fbrthtt nreferenee so' fuJ
kextendeu Wward 1Is.RA.GBR.,, qshablisuaa
would remind.. the "yublse that bejJias-deteT'mJnl
to uevoisriiiswiioieunieE.ic xac-managemenEi
i nil i I Mil .JtIo Mnann:
r -iMgawwfPWirsse-iSL r'--' '"" -'
;c-5(?iiinetn sna 5eaha -ixr c:a'1si, -.-. .
UMStr,- - . , -IT ntT'L H1IJUL t" VT1
ncz., -x .iis oprei.H- -fc.-r-.f j-jj, - " -frrii------rrrteriif .I i " -"" -,
V --, ' . -K.-m-. ' ' f aw; .t - i m . r-t-
Having securgfi ticyird. of able assistanee Le
eparedTttr fiHrJ4uickl and is. a sithfbetsi
manner, an", ordea- wiik w-Wch-fehe Tjubbe ml
J . . i. L. . --' -
Inbandsnma execution and neatnes of w
is b .r.5s:n' cu'cc J1 i ni o j lee; .l ;
thepresPBtaeason ibr famUj and plantation nses.
W. P. liOGERS.
Iyu- f r -usepi-wrmaoisvn mr wuiujr aim pwanHOQ uses,
rroruej-aiAi Oo?l5lci!5or at iLaftv. to which th eipeciallv invite tncattensiou of
n aslourton. .hxa: taeir trienaa ana ca stumers.
j i --- , , . ,.
Aio. large smhjk. qi
yAW S TIN Sf BER TRAND,
ArrnncE. D-ysyr?s'A, Chosic or xer
1 raBangev.j descrtptien of goods adapted-to, eascaerisingfromadirderedK;
;j a !.( i'.l KM npp efn.imjii" l m )Unn -...-
K - l . ,. ,c - ' "" aau 1U- llie aupreme anu teuerat Uourt;
j. opening a splendid assortment of Ready ' J ADDnrss-
Made Ulothine : r .,. i
Khmlr AJvmo nA r.c VlA !-. JU" "VLbS, W. Y. MCF
iVsro Man for Siiie. 7
A-i excellcniopportunity is now offered -to any
ria. one wiiiiiH-to purchase a first-rute field
The owner. would excKanSe "im for a gjiod house
servant, one that understands cooking and wash-
ing, g. - - f
Apply?at the Range' office
June 2, 1853.
Do u6. Pantaloons. "" '
Linen and Grass Cloth, do. " fc
Satin, ruarscilles. and Gras Cloth Vests.
Uotfquado and gingham Clothing of all "kin ds
A1.J.0 French, English, and American Cot-
tonades, various styles.
Also -Brown and white Linen Drillings,'
English anil American. denims.
-Linen Checks and Camlets. ..
Pongee Handkercluefs. ' -
Silk and Lisle Gloves and Hosiery.
Together with a sreat varietv of fashionable
-IUUnenjfeciUo the sctson. "4C-tf
McFARLAND & SAYLES, " j
Attorneys at Iaiv. j
WILL practice in tho court? of she third!
Jndicial District, and adjoining counties, t
2-tf ,r Texas.
I. G. SEARCY,
June 9, 1853. &.
Arrival "of iVP-v Sprii'ss"1 & Sususjier
- '00LM?AX & JiEVY,
DEALCns Jn gxe?l , merchandise,
MATE just rcccrVC(3 the most splendid assort-
ment of 'theVcst' ncwe-3t, and latent style
of goods.comprisiliS everything needed for fanjlly
andplantation usqIn'cu XCST determine to sell
at low estpossibld!Pr'c.S3- Groceries and.provis-
ions of,'theJbest kiMavs on hand. Hides,
Deerskins, and'bthe country prcducc "taken in
pa'ment ' -
Washington, Texas, Ap"l 2, 1853, Cm-40
W E l TEKS of administration having 'been
-EL4 granted tome on the estate qf -William C.
Shaw, at the July TermA. D. 1853, of the Pro-
bate court for Austin Countv. all nersons havimr
(churns against said estate, are hereby required
to present the same within the time prescribed by
1AM, or uicy ,ni oc uarrcd f-and all persons in-
debted to said cstatct will please come forward
ana settle. s. J. Whitworth.
August 4, 1853 3-Gw.
MAVIXG been appointccl by the countv court
oi Grimes, at its .luly term-1853, adminis-
tiator of the estatchf Silas Palmer, deceased ; all
pei sons having claims against saiH cState should
j.resent them within the time prescribed by law,
aud those indebted must make immediate pay-
ment: Jonpn T. Marshall, Adm r.
u rimes to. Texas, July 25, 1853. S-Ow.
IEWJS & BAltBKU, .
Attorneys & Cowfaseliors at liaiv,
Willattend the ProbafffJourt of Washington
County, the District Court in the 1st and 3d Judi-
cial Districts, the Federal and Supreme Court 'at
A. M. LEWIS, M. C. F. BAEBEP.!
Breaham, Dec. 27th, 1S51.
J. D. GIDDITGS,
Attorney and Conncellor at IJav-
Groceries and Provisions.
Ready Made Clothing.
Bo'ots and Shocs "
Hardware and. Cutleny
Glass and Granite Ware.
Stone and Wooden-Ware. -
Blacksmith's and CnrRsntcf'sJopls.
Panaina, Legliorn, Palm rJaf; and Crass
Hats. . - " 46-tf'
.m?n, -iiiou as COOStipaneu-iawsrd Piles Pi
;"nesa of blood to the head; A38&ry of he s w -'-t
itrsea, Heartburn, dtjsrusfefbr &$. rn: ?.J
-w-exftt in tac stomach, spur eractaaoiia. "fnlirl
Win. H. KEBLETT,
ILL practice in the counties of Grimes,
'- Montgomery, Walker, Madison, Brazos.
Leon and Robertson, also attend the Supreme
Court at Galveston. ly-40
Jn obedience to thenbovctheforcfo?no-p;fn;nn
to be published in the Texas Ranger and Lone Land 0fficc for a dpulJcatXT.Tr-r
Star, lor four successive wevks. I B M JA'iiEI
August 22, 1858,'
JOHN H. DAY, Sheriff W. C.
THE conditional headright certificate of Jo-
seph Land, for 12S0 acres, No. 80, issued
the 13th day of May, 1839fby tlfe Board of Land
Commissioners for Montgomery county. Also
the'bounty Land certificate, No. 3384, issued fo
Joseph Proctor for 1280 acres of land. If not
heard from, I shall apply to the proper authoritv
for duplicates. a F. MOSS
TPHE head-right certificate, No. 402, first class
-H issued to John W. Cloud, from Brazoria co.,
or one league and labor of land, which if not
ound within the time prescribed by law, I will
pply to the Commissioner of the 'General Land
mce ior a duplicate. D. D. Crusipler, Admr..
J. W. Claud, deed.
,1 "-'u&.x and India Bhccing. Also, su--
pflrior article of Bale B0&,
Sgfrl, 1853 11-ly
-Hili,X3oii tv. Strar.
IRATED bwAV t n ; !,
zed iwt V "u"e, o years oiu, um- . j i i
wSbT.r3 face' left bind foot and rigbt fore foot
ollii 4 th6 Vor J"nt; small saddle spots
jjWp&dcs of the back. Appraised by J,
, jSpFWHUKl -SardyJIartin, at $(i0.
"W C. V. BROOKS, Clerk,
JrtL.. . , C.C. of Rm county, Texas.
-rpmtxi,, 4Printr'E fes 2, H-ir
W It., , r ,: W J ames v ile7 before
JL Peter Mullen, esa.. om hri.t h
inare, 13 1-2 hands high, 8 years old,
streak in the face, saddle marks on botH
SAMUEL v.". JCSRY-S unconditional head I. ur""L3 uo' -tes"3' Jul.v
right cortificatP for G40 acres of land, issued I .n c., . TZ 7
by,the board of Lnd Commissioners of Wash- ' ,," btttc "f Tcas, ?
ireton counts. AAeil in 1843. number not ,ftl " Shixotos Cou.vrv. 3
lecteJ. If no intelligence of the same is recei- Tot1ie Sheriff of Washington county, Grecian
ved at the proper offics witinn three months, 2
will apply to the ComniisJoner. of the General.
WW 1IEREAS Jacob Hallcr, a resident of Ilar-
V V ris county, has filed his petition in tl,
District -Court of Washington countv. .,;.,
TgHEllEAS. W. C. Gould, managing partner
iTciv Dress Goods, --
A U S TIN SB ERTR AND,
- WAniy.GTOX, TEXAS,
FRENCH and Swiss Muslins and Ginghams,
new'styles. ' "" -1.
Striped, Figured and Plain Lawns,
Embroidered Lawns and Swiss ?Iuslins.
Hair Striped, Figured and Plain" Jackonct,
and Cambric and Lawns in great variety.
Chamber Cambrics, various colors.
Swiss Mulls, various styles and colors.
Swiss and Cambric THnghams.
Buff and Brown Linens'.
A variety of Bareges.
Swissand Jackonct Inscrtingsfsndjjdglngs.
Ladies and Misses Hosiery anU Gloves.
"Linen, Cambric Handkerchiefs'
Satin Jeans and drills.
Fashionable Dress Trimming3.
TIIABUS & Co's., STORE. '
E are now in receipt of a splendid stock of
new Spring and Summer Goods, to whichJ
tue attention 01 purenascrs is invited The at-
Terreucc B Martin, allcirinor that s-iiil r?f7n,i.,.,.
Estate of Ausxi.v Iundhusox, AssTgrfSP-. 5s indebted to him upon two promissory notes
Washington, Oct 1st, 1853
AT the May 'Term b the County Court of Bur-
leson county, A. D. 1853, Letters of Admin
istration on the estate "ST It. P. Taylor, were
grantcu 10 uic unucrsigneu. ah persons owing
said cstnte, will please make navment. and all
having claims ngainst said estate, will present I
mem ior utKHuiucugmuui anu payment witum
the time prescribed by law, or theyMvill be for-
ever barred. E. C. KNOX.
September 24, 1853. JO
Saddle .Lost--On the night of the 25th in-
s.ant, a Saddle covered with,a bear skin, to-
gether with a moss blanket, and biidle, was lost
m or near Washington. Any" one finding the
same and leaving it at the Ranger office, will be
.few Orleans L Texas U. S.
Hail Line of Steam
th wt- o.. . .1.. r. """ " "j
f To 1 " 1 ' 6 V " ;ue UilUK' sma11 wn"c specks on
the body, no brand, aj.praised to $35. V
aiwjamousa colored mare mule, 13 hnnds
high, 14 or 15 years old, saddle and geer marks!
and mark of a rope on the neck, no brands un-
pmiMd at $35, by A. J. Martin and RuTsel Jones
BTHE Dunlicate of an TTpnrlrlrrkt n:i-
number not recollected, second class, issued'
to Joseph Jordan, bv the Board of Lan.1 ??,,!..
sioners of Harrisburg county, for one-third of a
league of land, now the property of Joseph Lv-
ons, .which, if not found within the time pre-
embed bylaw, I will apply to the proper author-
ity for another HnTt?., rna r xmc
LOUISIANA, (1 200 tons,) Captain Lawless,
MEXICO, (1,200 " ) Plaue,
METEOR, ( 900 " ) Fonni:s,
TEXAS, (1,400 " ) J Saxiiii.
The above line of magnificent Steam Shi js have
been built and fitted up "ith great csstsjieci'illy
for this trade, having splendid state room ac-
commodations. One of them will leave Galves-
ton every Friday and Saturday at 4 o'clock, v.
iu; returning from New Oilcans on Sundays's
and Wednesday's at 8 o'clock, a ?i.
D0SWELL, HILL & Co , Galveston.
HARRIS k MORGAN, New Orleans
tyTor another duplicate
.v-w xwj 1003
K. ar. WIXUAMSQN.
A TTORNE Y AT LA W,
Dec. 8, 1S52- Washington. Texas.
ubHh executed on the 18th dav ofFebruarv. issn'
one for the sum of four bundled and fiftv dollars'
due six months after date (on which said note h
a crodit lor forty dollirspaid the 1st of Januarv,
1851, and Eighty dollars paid the 1st of Novem-
ber, 1851) and another for the sum of one hun
dred and fifty dollars, due twelve months after
date ; that neither of s-iid.notcs have ever been
paid, nor any part thereof except as abo-c stated,
.aid plaintiff prays for citation and for judgment
for the principal and interest due on saidnotes
and for cost. And oath having been made by
said plaintiff that said Terrence B. Martin is ab-
sent from this State
These are therefcro to command you that you
summon the said Terrence B. Martin, bv publi-
cation in the Texas Ranger & Lone Star, a
newspaper published in the town of Washington,
for eight suecessi cheeks bofore the first MonJav
in October, A. D. 18'3, to be and appear before
the Hon 01 able the District Court for said county
of Washington, on said first Monday in October,
at the Court House of said county, there and then
to answer the petition of said Jacob Haller, a
brief statement of which is given above. And
that you have then aud there before our said
Court.this writ, showing how you have executed
Witness D D. Grumpier, elk,
of the District Court for said
county of Washington, and
L. S. his seal of office, at office iu
the town of Bi unhani, this, the
17th day of June, A. D. 1853.
D. DCRUMPI.ER, clk. n. c. w. ,
By W. F. JAnRELL, Deputy.
The foregoing is a true copy of the original
writ directed to mo for publication.
JOHN II. DAY, Sheriff W. C.
YY ef the late firm of Shackleford. Gould. &
Co., has'left the b'side-s of said firm In the hands
of Thomas B. Shappard, Esq., Attorney at Law,
lor settlement, who is fully authorised to receive
and receipt ior all debts due us. All persons in-
debted to said firm will plenie call upon him,
without delay, aud settle up their respective lia-
llilifiiw. nnil MlVf trnnTlj nrir! nrnmion no !..
business of the firm must be closed withouSdelav '0,iable styles printed, striped,
Office over the Billiard Saloon, opposite thclrecn 1 buff raSes; silk tibs
SHACKLEFORD, GOULD, & Go.
Washington, May 17, 185S. 3m-45
THE Headright certificate of John Ridcns,
issued by the board of Land Commissioners
of Washington County, on the 31st day of Decem-
ber 1S39, number 470, for 320 acres of land, if
not heard from, application will be made to the
proper authority for a duplicate.
May 1th, 1863-44 9w JOHN RIDENS.
THE headright certificate of Isaac Pierson,
clas3 2d. No. 62, dated 30th April. 1830, is-
sued by the heard of Land Commissioners of tho
county of Montgomery, for 320 acres of land ;
which, if not heard from iu 60 days, Lwill apply
for a duplicate of the same.
WM. M. PIERSON.
i tendon of the ladies is especially invited to anJ
examination ol our assortment of fine and fancv
goods, which wc belive cannot fail to please, both
as regards the quality and prices. We have a
splendid assortment of
Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings,
made of the best material, and in the most fash-
bsuca: silk mus
lins; silk grenadiers; mul, swiss, embroidered,
printed, cross-barred and corded muslins; French
organdies ; 'embroidered and striped robes ; prin-
ted jaconets; lvnen lustres; lawns; prints, &c.
Bonnets and Ribbons.
Rich worked hair lace, audgossamer lace bon-
nets ; fine and rich sash, gauze lutestring, rib-
bou of the greatest variety. We have also a fine
lot of -.
RABDE & Co,
Washington, May 19, 1853. 45-tf.
taring at the heart Chckiisg or-Snf3iouhrr ?ns
turns witca-aaa lying pjwtBredingt.j.C y
dots orwebsTEeTore, thesTgEfc, fever and dull pa
" 4,it CF" perspiration, yeHowne
of the sHibantteyes, pain III X&S side,, l&e
chestvlimbs Sc, sudden fiuses.ofhast;t bur
a.w. vwjiuu uj cjians, csiu- us esectt
- Dr. Ooollaak
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERSA
f PREPARED ET
Dr.iCT. M. JACKSON,
AT THE GER3UX MEDICINE STORE,
102 Arcb street. Fhiladernh;-
Their power over the above diseases is not excel
eu ii equalled or anv othM- -moMr,
tne unueu states, as the cures-attest, iunfl
cases after skilful physicians had failed
These, bitters are worthy tlic attention of in
Hds. Possessing great virtues in the,Teetificatid
oiuiseases 01 tne liver, and lesser glands, e
erising the 'most searching pbwers. in weaknc
.mi tuo-uDUim me lugesiiTe organs tuey
withalafe, certain, and pleasant.
HEAD A3D BE C03I5CED.
Fronu the Boston Bee.
, The editor said, December 22d.
Dr. Hoofland's Celebrated German Bitter
the cure of Liver Complain t Janndice, Dysp?;
sia Chronic or Nervous debfluw is deserv
one of the most popular medicines of th' Aa
These Bitters have been used by thoulads, and
inena ac our eioow saysne Has himself receive
an cttectual ana permanent cure of Liver Cos
plaint trom the use of this remedy. We aEre coi
vinced that in tho use ot thei? bitters, the p4
tlcnt constantly gains strength and vigor a fad
ua i-ujyi gciifc tuusiueraaon. xiiey. are pieasa?
in taste and smell andean, be used by perso
wiin ine mosi ueucate stomacn- wata safet
under any circumstances. We are speaking fi
experience, ana to tue antctca we advise the
TWO or three arpi entices to learn the Black-
fcm'th'e trade. Ovod morul habits reaxm id
' tf V" V Riti.ed&e
W ETTERS of Administration on the ostato of
JjLA Ander-on S. Jones, dee'd, were grantch to
3ohn Echols, by the honorable the county court
of Burleson county, at April term, 1853. This
is is therefore, to notify all pertons indebted to
said estate to make payment, and those having
claims :gainst said estate to prescut them to the
Administrator, duly authenticated within tho
time piescribed by law. JOHN ECHOLS.
(fJX ITonday, the Sth of August nest, will be
- let fo the lowest bidder, in the town of
Caldwell, .Burleson county, the building of a
biK'k Comt House, the plan of which may be
seen in the county clerk's ofiice for said coun-
ty ; also terras of sale. Gentlemen who can-
not attend cin examine the plan, &.c. preri-
ously, and leave a bid ill writing it will be
Scott's Weekly, one of thebestliterary papej
Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, manufacture
by Dr. Jackson, are 'now recommended br soul
01 mo moat prominent memDers or tao ucultl
as an article oi much efficacy in coies of feraal
wcaKness. as sucn is tno case, eajaialn aii
alljnothcrs fo sbtaiu a bottle, and thu5
themselves much. "sickness. Persouaof de?
ted constitutions will find these Bittfet advaas
ecOus to their hsalth, as we know from exr
vence the salutary effect they have upon w
The Hob. C.T. Hineline, "Mayor of iht city
Hoofland's German Hitters. We have m
many flattering notices or this medicine, and l
source from whence they came indsced ud
make Inquiry respeqtiu its merits. om Inqci
ry we wwe uersuaaea to use it ana muiif sa
that we lound it specifier m its action oa d'
eases ot tne liver and, digestive -organs,: sad $
powerful influence ft exerts; upon nervous jare
irauon is reauy surprisinjr- - it calms M
strengthens the nsrvesbrlnsinff them intoatl
of repose, making sleep refreshing.
Ifthis medicine was more ceneraltTr used.
are satisfied there would be less sickness, as frui
Justice of Falls countv, by the jmardian of I- tue stomach,, liver and nervous sysRmi the en
the minor RufusHcnry imbcrly, for an orderto i majority of real and imaginary diseases cmanai
sell the joint and undivided one-sixth part of a j Have them in a healthy condition end y va ma;
certain league of land, thehcadright of John Mar- td defianco to epidemic generally. 'Xhis, ex
iin, ucc u., lying in r aus county, on tne east side iraoruinury meaicme wewouiaaaviseour ineni
of the Brazos River, near the great Falls, known wno
J. r. XALLE. " J. BALnRlDGE.
Kew Spring and Summer Goods.
NALLE & BALDRIDGE, respectfully beg
leave to inform their customers and the pub-
lic that they are now receiving and opening an
oxteuiive variety of Spring and Summer Goods,
to which they earnestly solicit their attention.
They flatter themselves that for low prices and
good qualities they cannot be surpassed by any
Washington, Texas, May 17th, 1S53. 12m-45 1
A PPLICATION has been made to the Chief
as the John Marlin League, and beloncinsr to the
.estate of the said minor. Said application will
be acted on the last Monday of September next,
that being the 25 th day of said month. All ner-
sons interested in the welfare of4 the said minor,
are required to appear at tnat time and show
cause, if they can, why said sals should not be
made as applied for.
Done by order of the Chief Justice. 8-9w.
Marlin Falls County. .
IT ETTERS of Administration on the estate of
SLA Oakley D. Marlin, deceased, were granted
to the undersigned on the 25th day of July, 1853.
Persons having claims against said estate, are re-
quired to present them within the time prescrib-
ed by law. Sam'x. A. Buuif, Aduf r
M-rlin, Jnlj 2 18538 6w
are at-all indiinosed, to irive a, trial It wi
recommenu useii. irsnouia m lacs Be m eve
family. Nojother medicine can produce sv
evidences of merit.
That this medicine will cure Liver Complai:
anu dyspepsia, 110 one cau acuot alter using"
us uirevieu. Air aois specnicaiiy upon TOO at
mach and Liver, it is referable to calomel in :
rbiliaus diseases the efiecc is immediate. It cai
be administered to femcie or infant with safotj
and reliable benefit dt any time. "3
Fojr Sale, IVholesale and Retail at the s&
" UJiKHATf JiBDIOIXE 31'ORE.
No. 120 Arch street one door belojr sixth-
Philadelphia and by respectable dealers, gei
eraiiy xnrouga tne. country,
To enable all classes; c?iit?aUds;fC &&?'
advaatoges ofiheir great. areatoraiiTe p: wew
SiPSli mils t ? 1 i 1 its
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