Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 46, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 13, 1850 Page: 4 of 4
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HYMN OF THE TWELFTH CENTURY.
film! brt thfi mountains, l.
:-"': 'Dawns the fairda-of Jeacoand-love..-
. Ivi'il. J.ofT-Natipns-aro'wiHng, . -'-
- -, -' -' Where the day-breaking, .
JS'- ri,oooi?Ji2fTondff'thatT)rood above.
&'-- '-. "Welcomer bright morning,
AlLtbe earth adorning!
Gentiles And Jews-shall O.wn thy feway ;
Kings have confessed thee;
Prophets Lave blessed thee,
But never lived to see thy day.
Like a -glimpse of heaven,.
Light of thatglory promised long:
Oh, may it brighten,
?m535?W-'ts n su ii:iiia full n.n rl stron cr.
--,v- C-3-n - 0 God, most holy,
- m. -c -' - 7ajn -would we, though lowly,
; ' - . - Send up our mingled praise to Thee ;
' ." Thine is the giving,
- ':' - - Ours the receiving;
" ' Thine shall the endless glory be !
FOR SALE OR RENT.
HE Store House and Dwelling ou Congress
street, laid v occupied by F. R. Gans a good.
. J f - r,;i,t m-nnni-v Till lui CfllH VPTV loW
clouu iwl 11AHJ gi-J v ww. -j ---,
'and will shortly
K.uuciw. nmm HT,e work8 of the lato
V publislilhonrst series fntAe TTnivcrsiiy 0j
jj.viut uauiu, 2rvvritrags on Yellow fever,
Louisiana ;-corammNew 0rieans Medical $
as they appeared., obect of this workf re.
SlupcaJ-Jo,Me authority of the Physico-Medicul
producednujoajy l0 perpetuatc one ofthe most val-
Js,'eiuibulious to Medical Science, but to afford
nalJrortuuity to the numerous friends of the late dis-
iguished Author, to exhibit a testimony of their re-
gam for his memory.
gj;Urder8m-isti)e sent To irtta j- 00., os famp
Street. New Orleans.
0"The Work will be publishe copy
The De$2les of the Texas Convention
jBTratMishcd and for afe at the Telegraph Office, Mai;
13 OR SALE, cheap, if immediately . applied for
.. for cash or corn. B. f'DLAM,
oct 1st next to Market Square.
CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF
Refined Sugars. . .
NEW ORLEANS Loaf Sugar, small.
" - " Paragon do - -
Fust received and for sale by
ang.13,, . HENRY SAMPSON.
-t.pEN- Boxes Rock Candy, - , -
-.sJlO'V" assorted preserves, c - ; -,- - -wl0
" ' "' jollies,
10 " French cordials. '
-Jjorsaleby. - "
anz.13. , HENRY SAMPSON"
,rA bbls Sicily Almonds, '
4 " Dried Apples,
10 baskets Olive OH,
' .' ' G boxes Lemon Sj'rup,
,- . ji " ' -' , " esti'-'quality,-
, 65 ,: Eaisins, -.
, 20 drums Figs,
1, - 2 frails Dates, 'v'--- --
55 lbs Dried Currents,
12 " Mace,
Now receiving and -for sale by -
GROEBEEClv.; COOKE & Co.
- Houston, March 16. 150- .
STORAGE AND COMMISSION
Corner of ULiin and Commerce Streets,
' Houston, Texas, - ",' ;
HAS tho moht extensive and secure
! accommodation for storage of Cotton
I and Merchandise, immediate ly adja-
i cent to the Steam Boat Wharf.
Houston, 1850. 6m 7GG
Empire Company OSce,
:New-York, April 16th," J 850.
TfHE Trustees of the Empire Company, beg leave-
to' state lo their customers uud ih public, thai
lhe entire fight, title,, and interest of "Gay's Com
pound Extract of Canchalagua," has beji transferred
t'Jsid Company, aud tht Trustees arc gratified iu
being able to exleud the tame line of literal policy to
agetitsnucS5ronT?rs, for mutual benefit.
The "Old Vomstock" Establishment at -59 Poy-
dra3 at., New Orieaus, has been purchased by the
Empire Company from P- Jordou, Esq , aud is at pre-
sent conducted by J. W. Gorton, so lougaud favora-
bly known by the patrons of that establishment-, to
which Southern and South western Merchants arr
- respectfully invited, with lhe confident assurance thu I
every reasouable effort wiil.be made to meet theii
views. " U. CHASE, Sec.
Gay's Extract of Canchalagua,
A California Plant of Rare Jfedical Virtues,
A certain preventive aud euro for Fever and Ague.
Cousqmptipu, Conghs, colds, influeuza, asthma, bron- j
chitas, scrofula, gont, rheumatism, neuralgra. erj-sipe- !
las, lumbago, paralysis, pleurisy, jaundice, dy.pepsia. !
costivenessj piles, dysentery, dropsy, liver complaints.
uiiiuuo vuiiijJiaiiius, uuvuus Ulicciiujlf, cuiaoeouR UIP-
orders. fevers in general, hemorrhages, obstructions
fluxes, indigestion, depraved and defective appetites,
and all diseases originating in
Constipation of tho Bowel or Impurity of the Blood.
ItgiTC tone end vigor to tue dijwtive otgom, nnil ii remarka
MeJbrJa anlraaluip,trengthen!nff,and restorative proiicrties.
Falilielr ndmiucd by Dr.Toivnsend, Aliuyfactarer or-Towu
i end' Ssnaparilla," to bs "far better tliau Ssr-iparilia."
-2In corroboration of the abore. read the annexed coinmu-
aJcaUon,Aconclujive leatimoiiynnd proof qitie.
" " "FHOSr "HERAEFENBERG COMPANY.
Sin Yoa orcawars UiaUai the originator ofthe Grnefeabcr-
Company, 1. must Iistc hadiny attention cz'.lsA to tlie !iumcrnii
Medieiocs presented for pn'ulic patrunsc I hare watched wiUi
ranch interest ths jatroductiou cf tho Cunchalagua into thu
eonntiy br yourwlfi end era free to say Hut no flledicinc
standi so oeservedirjiigbaiiir extract of that iavnlaablc plant.
lo tay own family t have seen its estraordinnry efficacy, in the
cure ofa confirmod care of IJmncJutis. For ell comjIairits u-liich
require tlie prompt -and tliornc-h purificntion of the blood. )
deem your Csnehaiagna far, very fat superior to anv nml nil th(
Ssrsaparillas ofthe day, amTinLh them all I nui weli ncniiaintcd.
J. T. MARSUALL.
t - BETHESDA WATER.
Tba hcalin; tratcn of Hethesda arc a potilirc cure fur nil tli
esses of theSiin, sacb as Pimples nnd lilotches on tlie face, let
ten, tin, tan bums, irritation cf the skin, cut, bruises nnd conr
tusions. Persons using it after iliaijnff will not uSer from the
use of the Razor; in a word, its healing qualities ue without n
parallel in the history of Pharmacy Tho EMPIRE COMPA-
NY, has the sole agency for its sale K o. 133 Fultou street. v
T $20 Reward. J
"CJTOLEN from the subscriber on the night of the
KJ25th lust, at' Eli . Williams's, two miles west of.
Houston, a Sorrel HORSE, wjth a blaze face, about
twelve years .Id, and branded on tho left shoulder
with a brand that canntt be described. I will give
ten dollars ferine delivery of the horse to me, or twen-
ty dRersfortho horse and convictiou ofthe thief.
Any information in regard to him may be lelt with J
B.Hogan. JOHN WHEATON.
Hourton, Oct 2G, J 850. , 3w 775
T-HE-enhscribor, at considerable expense, has erec-
ted the above Houoe for a Tavern Stand. It is
now opetrfcT the reception of visiters, aud he will en-
deavor -to give satisfaction lo all who call on him
Thankful forfiasl fuvora, he solicits future patronage.
W5w775 HAMPTON McKINNEY.
JFORE"thfl Chief Justice of Harris couutv. on
Jthe 23dday of Novrtmber, 1850, 1 will annlv for
discharge iu-bankrnptcy. -.B. S. BLOUNT.
0. 30, 1850. 3w775 '
) Iu District Court, Har-
j ris county. To Fall Term,
r - A. D
j- Henry L.Junnev, Plaintiff,')
JlwhosSeRJfbr'theuse of , i
j -Jtvipiiaiu tvragcu uuu
t;- S I
L aWilJiamD. Lee, defendantj r
,. ToTthc-Sheriff of Harris County, Greeting:
I XTFHEREAS tho Plaintiff in the above stated
r V cause has nieu ins petition m mo wucn i mc
clurk of the district court, in and for the county of
Harris, against the defendaut in tho above stated
cause, iu which after reciting that ho said plaiutiff, is
a resideutf said state, aud that the defendant is not
a resident of said stat-: he represents that at Vera
Cruz du the 5th day of February, 1848, said plaiutiff
aud defendant entered into an agreement of partner-
ship for the purchase and sale of merchandize, aud
for tho transaction ol a general mercantile business,
anilthat it was thereby agreed between plaintiff aud
defendant that plaintiff should furnish to defendaut
S15t00ff; that defendant should proceed to the city of
Jew xorJt with tue same, ana add tnercto oi insoiyu,
mAmis .L Insist 58.5110. and that defendant sho1
then invest the said sum of money iu mcrcham6
be selected by him with a view to the sale de 'wme
in the markets of Vera Cruz and Mci-ic"'1 dt;ru
dant agreed to procure the aflance f ,,1S,
friends in Now Yolk, to be use,fho Pchaso of
such additional amounts of ua"dlze f,he mf
deem safe iTud likely lo lettable aud to use .his
own credit for the sain-P0;-, Aud l wf furflher
agreed that ihemjPf lo hrf pordiedasafore.
said, should bved lo eru Xru immediately af-
tl e Durve "lereo a,,(i tnal defendant should
JVera Cruz to attend to the effecting of
.and advaultigeous sales of the said merchau-
Vx!iaud if necessary, to accompany a portion of the
ame to the city of Mexico, if it should be deemed
advisable, aud that defendant should makono char c
for his services, and that the profits should be equally
divided between plaintiff and defendant after the par-
ties to the said agreement had been reimbursed, and
the amount of their respective investments, and after
paying off all actual expenses and the cost of the mer-
chandize and expenses, including such commissions
as might necessarily bo paid to third parties, all which
will more fully appear by reference to said articles of
agreement, which are filed as a part of tho petition.
Plaintiff alo alledgcs that he performed his part of
said agreement, and furnished defenuuut the sum of
Sl5jO(H), and that defendaut proceeded to tho city of
Nw York with said funds so furnished by plaintiff,
and upon tho faith and credit of said partnership, pur-
chased and procured in said city of New York and
the city of Boston, divers goods, wares and merchan-
dize, to the amount of $SO,00U, aud shipped the same
to Vera Cruz, and there effected advantageous aud
profitable'sales ofthe same, and realized from the -sale
thereof a large profit, to-wit : $4U,0U0.
Plaintiff further alledges that defendant failed to
perform his part nf said agreement, for he did net add
to the sum of money furnished by plaintiff, the sum
of 8,501) oui orhisovvn means: that he did not pro-
cure from his friends in New York acceptances ou
hit own individual account, to be used for the,- pur-
t h ise of merchandize and goods upon said partnership
account, nor did he use his own credit for a like pur-
pose. Plaintiff further says thnt defendant though of-
ten requested so to do, refused to account with plain-
tiff either for the original capiUl furnished by plaintiff
to defendant as aforesaid, or for the profits realized
from the sale of said goods and merchandize so sold
as afofesnid upon said partnership account, aud that
there-is now duo and justly otvingto plaintiff from de-
fendaut ibrthe use aforesaid, tho Mini of $30,(100.
Plaintiff prays thnt defi'iidant may he cited to ap
pearand answer said poutton, ami that plaintiff may
have judgment against him for his debit, with interest
thereon and costs of suit. Aud plaintiff further prays
'thata writ of attachment istuc against tho estate of
said defendant according to law. Articles of partner
' shipbefween plaintiff and defendant are filed with pc-
;i!iou, and benrdule atllio city of VraCruz in Mex-
ico, ou the 5th day of f'Vlmior', '8-13.
Aiid whereas al-o, affidavit has been made before
" me byTJios. Harrison, Esq , Attrniey for plaiutiff,
that William D. Leo the defendaut in tho aforesaid
suit, is absent from thisSt.:t' z.
Therefore you aro hereby commanded to summon
the said William D. Lee, the defendant, by making
publication cf this citation iu tome newspaper pub-
lished iu the county of Harris, for four successive
weeks before tho next term of said district court to bo
and appear at said district court :o be ho'deiiin and
for the county of Harris, at the court house thereof, in
tiie city of Houston, on the ?tii Monday after the 4th
Monday of September, ite-1). 1850, then ami thereto
answer the said petition exhibited against him as
Herein fail not, uuder the penalty of the law, and
havn you then theie this writ. Witness, Francis R.
L libock, clerk of suM court.
Issued the 8th day of October, A. D. 1850.
--'- Given under my hind and the seal of
L. S. tho court, at my office in the city or Ions--v
- ton, this Flh day or October, A. U. 1850.
FRANCIS R LUBBOCK,
-"- - Cork Ol i H. C.
By Ciial-kcey B. Sawn, Hi ply.
"In obedience to tho arcve command, I hereby order
the same published for four sucesive weeks in the
Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register.
J. B. HOGAN, Sh'ffH. C.
October 8th, 1850. 4w 773
THE UNDERSIGNED have, formed a partner-
ship for the transaction of business with the sev-
eral department at the srat of Government, in Aus-
tin, such aslheadjustmeul-aud collection of Claims
against the Slate, the procuring of Land-Patents, or
any othr business connected with the General Land
Office, the Adjutant-General's Office, lhe Comptroll-
er's Office, or tin- Treasury Department, ard the pur-
chase or sale of Land-Scrip, Laud, etc., etc. Charg-
es will bo-moderate. Letters on business "must be
postpaid. J. XV. HAMPTON, City of Austin,
D. M. STAPP, Victoria.
xnstin, Septeml er 7r 1850.
Hon. C. G. Iieexax, Speaker House of Repre-
" M. D. K. T.UXOR, Jefferson.
Gen.Rnw.H. Tawiant, Corsicana.
" J. P. HENnERSox, San Augustine.
" Joseph Bates, Galveston.
Hou. John- H. McRae, Milam.
' James C. Wilson', Matagorda.
Mr. J. W. CKurJKii, Houstou.
" Jonx D. Logan, Wimhmgton, D. C.
Hon. D. C. Van Dermis San Antonio.
" Wii. G. W. Jowr.ns, Palestine.
R. E. Clements, Brownsville.
". Burp.ell P. S311T11, larksville.
" N- B. Charlton, Weodville.
" J. M. Clough, Marshall.
" Davib C. Dickson, Andcrou.
" W. M. Cochran, Dallas.
' AnoLrii. Sterne, xacogdoches.
SALS CF AUSTIN LOTS.
" CoMrTROLLEP-'B OFFICE,
Austin, September 12, 1850.
FN, Conformity with Law. (hero will lp sld.nt Pub-
lic Auction, to tun highest bidder, at the Comptroll-
er's Office, on Mo :dy, lhe l!;:h D.ty of Dceembor,
1S5.1; such of th- unsold LO I'S b?Iong'iig to tho
Slate. s;tnated us thn.City of Austin, not exceeding
one half of the entire number, as may be deemed
TERMS: One third Cash, tho other two thin's
ill two equ-d Instalments, tho first payable Six
Vloiitlis from the duto of sal", the other in Twelve
Months, ' for which note3, with approved security,
- intirt be executed : possession given ou the payment
of the fir-tinst-dmc-nt. A fadu'e topay either of lhe
Instalments as they become due, acts as a forfeiture
of the property, as -well as ofthe atnout which may
havo been paid ou the same.
0" A List of Lots may be seen at tho Comptroll-
JAME.4 B. SHAW, Comptroller.
L. P. & W. B. Price,
The State of Texas,
County of Harris.
Attorneys 6f Counsellors at Law LaGrange,
WILL practice in the Court of Appeals the
Courts of Fayette and adjoining Counties. All
business entrusted to their euro will receive prompt
December, 1849. wly 730
IETTERS of Administration having been granted
ilo tho undersigued at tho September term of tho
county court of Harris county, A. D. 11350, on the es-
tate of A. Roberts, all poraons having claims against
said estate, will present them duly authenticated with-
in therfimo prescribed by lawand thoso indebted will
- - GEORGE ROBERTS. Adm'r.
Sept SO, 1850. Cw 771
WILL continue the Recoiving,
Forwarding and commission uusinej
.in Inn nmn nf.fr ount. at the comiiwui-
ous Ware Houses recently occupied by
E7 W. Taylor, near tho Bridge
Prompt attention will be given to
ments of Cottou and otner proou
Houston, Aug. 1st, tenu
Hates of FrcfgltZ & JPassage,
BETWEEiYVESlW AND HOUSTON,
Established Jiho Houston Navigation Company,
BaU01 cotton, uay anu rouuer,
" Deerskins, not over 200 lbs., : : :
Beef Hides, each, : x: : : : : : : :
Corn, per bushel, : : : : : z : : :
Salt, Coffee, Pepper aud Alspice, per sack,
Casks and Crates of Crockery, Cotton Gin.
Dry Goods, Boxes and Cases of Hats, pt
Castings, per 100 lb., ::::::::
Iron aud Steel " " ::::::::
Kegs Nails, each, : : : : :
Kegs ofXead, Shot and Casks of Hardwar.
per 100 lb., : : : : : ; : : : :
Kegs of Lard, each, ::::::::
' " Butter, " ::.::::::
Rice, per tierce, :::.::::::
Powder, in tierces, per foot, ::::::
" per keg, :::::::::.:
Kegs White Lead, of 50 lb., ::::::
" " " " 25 " ::::::
Candles, per box, :::::::::
Boxes Cherries, Starch, Syrup, Cordial, Clar
et aud Glass, ::::::::::
Soap, full boxes, ::::::.:::
' half "::::: : : : : :
Boxes Axes, per doz., : : : -Tobacco,
whole boxes, : : : .
" three-fourth boxes, : : : : :
" one-fourth " ::::::
Whiskey, Cement, Lime and Molasses, :
Pork, Mackerel aud Bro. Sugar, : : : :
Flour, Potatoes, Apples, Onions and Rice, :
Hhds. N. O. or Texas Sugar, : : : : :
" of Bacon, ::::::::::
" Porto Rico Sugr.r, : : : : : : :
Shovels and Spades, per doz., : : : : :
Chairs, per doz., :: v ::::::' :
Buckets, --: : : : : : : .: : : ;
Brooms, ," " : : : : : : : :":- : :
Raisius, per box, ::::::::'::
" " 1-2 box, ::::::::
" " 1-4 ":::::::::
Pipes of Braudy, Gin, fcc, ::::::
1-2 Pipes " " ::::::::'
1-4 '' " " ::::::::
1-8" " " ::::::::
Sweet Oil, per basket, ::::"::::
Demijohns, empty, :::::::::
Ploughs and Half barrels, each, :: ::
All othed Goods, not here enumerated, in propor-
tion to the above, prices.
PASSAGE, THREE DOLLAR .
708 tf A.S. RDTHVEN, Sec'y of Company.
The Empire Company.
Incorporated by the Legislature of tho State of Kea York.
TT'ORthe cure of Dyspepsia, General Debilitv, :2-tii'ln"I Cv-
f Jj tivencss, tic. Iu every disease arising from uimfrmctd-;.?.
lion or deranged stomach, t!ii remedy lias !Lcn ct-rlitir-il : bi
Hon. L. H. Arauld, Ex-Governor of I'l.o.Ie tslantl; Un'i. Win.
! Woodbridge, Es Governor of Michij-ui; Hon.T J. Moorhcad,
,' l!x-Goeriior ofKentucky; Hun. J. S. Siininuuj, Senator Iron
R. I.; Hon. S. S. Phelps, Senator fruui Vermont; Hun. S. Foot,
Senator from Vermont; Hon. II. D Foster, member ofConrcss
j "rom Pennsylvania: Hon. W. S. Martin. Wicnns:n; (Jen. A. t.'.
. lodse, Iowa; C. C. Trou bridge, Esn., Detroit; S. H. Holmes,
:&q., Connecticut: G. W. Jones, Esq., Dubuque: Joseph -Ho.xie,
Scvr York, and many others who nre Iu mg witnesses ofit su;w
io-f etlicacy. N. B. One peculiar property ofthe BITTEitS
s, tliatitdccs not contain any sjiirituous liqjors, and is onaueu-
. rely new pia'i for tlie cure of Dyepsi!..
The Empire Company ara cxchisnc Apents fr thee superior
Bitters, to whom all orders should be uddiesscd. at No. 138 X'tiitun
street, Now York.
A medical preparation by tlie name of Fain Killer, has been
put into the market by the Empire Company iu New York,
which bids fair to cast nil other nicnnnttioiis into the simile. It
i caunol, j'.crhaits, lie better dtscribeil than bv statin'; that it is in a
j liquid form, and is adapted to internal and external use, holding
imianiuneous control over an nervous Aliecnoiu, unci.iuatism.
Croup, Inflammatioos, Tootli and Ear Ache, Burns, Bruises,
Spran.s. Sores &.c.
This Pain Killer iru extensively used in New York durin- the
Cholera of IB40 with greater success than any other article. Its
nieJicnl virtues nre fur superior to niu nther. Apply tj Empire
Company, 133 Fultuti street, and to the principal merchant iu
TO DEAF PERSONS.
Yon can be made to hear ! by proper treatment, but remember
that the organization of the Ear is the most delicate '-trucjurd of
the body, (except lhe eve,) and hence is oftencr injured than ben-
efitted by syringes. The .'Icons tic Oil, sold by the Empire Com
puny, is trie surest and must successful artie'e ever known for
cures. In all cases where buzzing sounds, noise of water, ring-
ing, itching, or pain ctlects the Ear. this Acnns.ic Oil for deaf-
ness is a certain remedy. No 138 Fultou street, N. Y.
CHEMICAL CLEANSING" FLUID.
A new and important discover-, by w,hich dirty clothes are
made perfectly clean, without any rubbing or boiling. Empire
Companv, New York, only proprietors.
This cliemica! preparation docs not injure, but adds very much
to die wear of the cloth.
BE SURE ABOUT VERMIFUGES.
Some kill the children! as well as the worms, and the only snfe
article thatkillstlie worms and not Uib children, is the one made
nnd sold by the Empire Company.
It refjuiresn less proportional dose, nnd is. at the same time,
iiiorcciicctual in destroying worms without injury to the constitu-
tion than any other Vermifuge; a great many certificates may be
obuiucd, which arc not nece&sary to insert in a newspaper
THE EMPIRE COMPANY
Is tlie only company ofthe kind incorpora'ed bv the Legis aturc of
this State as a tocfc companv, nnd under such legislative enact-
ness, declared upon the affidavits of the Trutces. at tlie eud uf
each year. Ths Compiny receive their own slock at pir, iu the
paymcniof oil nt lhe New York oilice, and have, fir the year
1840, declared n dividend of 25 pur cent, on stock ssuod previous
In July 1st. and 12i percent, on the stock issued subsequently to
die abore date, payable at the oilice uf the Company.
The Empire Company are tlie prorielors nnd manufacturers of
Hays' Liniment, (for Piles.) Hewes' Nerve and IJoue Liniment,
(for Rheumatism;) Balm uf Columbia, &c., (f.ir the Hair;)
Spohns' Sick Head Ache Remedy ; to hum all orders should he
THE EMPIRE COMPANY
Has ths Agency of the Nervine BaUani.theGreit Indian Reme-
dy for Fits, the ouly sure and certain cure for Epileptic Fit,
cramps, con vulion, &.c It his been administered with aston-
ishing success and .s as near a specific as uuything can be. It
forms a new em in the practice of Physicians, maur of hum use
this Balsam as the only remedy. Persons wishing the Nerrine
Balsam, must apply to Empire Cnmpaur.
DR. RUSH'S HEALTH PILLS
Are only to be had genuine from the EMPIRE COMPANY!
This caution is necessnry to avoid a spurious nrticlc. The genu
Ins BUSH PILLS are harmless, ellcctuul, and tho ncples ultra
of specifics It was invented by the great Dr. Rush, aud used as
a universal remedy for disease.
DR. BARTHOLOMEW'S EXPECTORANT PINK SYRUP
Is manufactured pure by the Empire Companv, under incorpo-
ration from the State, for coujhs.olds, pain of tlie side. Inng, &c.
Jt is aure preventive of consumption, but not a certain cure after
the disease is onco tlnro jgU'y seated. The genuine is only to be
had from this company.
THE TWXG IS DONE'!
Those who dn not belic-vo it, nre respectfully desired not to
read! But Bnld-Hcndcd pson mav rind nnd tctt'.aiiu'h-.ii the
head cuver-M with n tine, luxuriant g! v htir, by the urc f the
Magietii: Uuir R.-si-ircruriH-ivg iat-" Mintil.irl-ircd rj.nl to i!
'i III- Empi'" (" a:.,aii, inrar,viTlt.il ! tlii- ?ll f . . V rU.
Th Mjgii-licil.ir i!.l r .il l i .. ft..- i rt . ... ulu-
f.i'iiwi persons nsluv i-,,n,-!i'.;'.-:i '.' i.cvr,
thi-i; v.c inn, jV e,i. naineij KchiiJii. vVutr, 95 B -vie-..
J'iIim .M"riv'i, l K;'is trct: Jame- Do Sir tt 4 VVubiisiMt
.Muikel: M ir. rti..mr. '.Wi Bro-n - itre t- A. .' 'n?, cupir
ofBowcrv and ISuitnb tn.i; rii',-l F'tr-ra''1. 7P Cirntia
street; William Urumeil.Jri '.'lirist-e stiect; J. J Andrirm, HO!
Ceutie street. vitjrn"50
TEXAS and NEW
YORK LINE f5fV
m? 13 a mnr?TC &$r
J 1.' i. X1.VS.U..U4 JL I J.
THE following os"s!sw!!linfiitnrecompri'e this Ino of Pack-
ets between Galveston andtheritj of .Ncir Yo-k- -New
Ship 6 F. Aattin, 500 tuns, ( 'apt. 1. N. Mo-r.
New Ship Ii. II Milr.m, 500 tons, Cnj.t. II. II. A Ueti
New Ship W. B.Travis. 625 tons, Capt. F. II. nolle.
New Ship J. W, Fannin. .r00 tons, dipt. P. N, rn
New Ship W. II. Whnrton.75'1 ton-, Capt. G. Gates.
New baik Nnrumhega. 100 tons, Capt. J. B. Baxter
xt ,i ..-..i. tiifi .. rt c n "
1KCW IarS .lOUia'IK, 'IO.I u.ts, yjii. y, iiiuivii. I
Messrs.Jnhn H.Brower&Ci..willcintinue to bellie cstnblish
odarentsin New Yorfc.and the jewels will bo entirely under theli I
.control while in that port. "
Freightswlll atalllimssue iaKen at me lowest rates, mid ilup- i
pers may nlv upon anequitnbie uniformity in thi respectus well
as nunctualiieparturesas advertised. j
Tlievesselsnre expressly fitted with ample accommodations for !
.. i.-- i ...-... nn..Mnndu ....i ... .... : '
CaUtn.McGOntl covin anu aTic jj'iravii.cjj, ami .xtcry ntuiiiiun
is guaranteed fortlieir cmnftit during the voyage. I'ricoof pas-
soge will be uniform nnd low.
The subscribers wi'l mukc liberal advances upon all shipments
ofproducctotheaddrcssofthc AgentsmNew York, Messrs. J. II
.WM. IIENDLEY tz CO..
mar21vG3G AjenU iu GnUcston.
MILLER & HAYES,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Crockett, Houston County, Texas,
WILL practico in tho counties of Uio ninth Dis-
trict and in Cherokee of the'sixth, and Leon
and Limestone of tho third. Also iu the -Supremo
Court ofthe State.
S. A. Miller. lyvr 747 John R. Yatbb.
THE WIBKC ARC HEREBY NOTIFIED that tlie prc-
pdration estensively known as Dr. S. V. To-.vnstnd a Com-
pomirExtractofSari3piri!In, u now mcauftctured under mv
rfection ami .supervision, from the URIGIAIj hECEIPE
obtained from Ilr. S. P. Townsend, nnd I cer.ity that it is com-
nosed of insredients puiikly veoetabCe. nnd without Mercu
ry and also that the ingredients nre JUDICIOUSLY COM-
POUNDED, so as to obtu.n from them their greatest medicinal
effects. JAMES tt. CUlt-TON, (.licmuu
New York, February, 1S50.
THE UNDERSIGNED, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, in
the City of New York, hae sold Dr. S. P. Townsend'
Compound Extract ofSarsiiparilta lor several vcars, aud comid-
er it the ORIGINAL and GENUINE Dr. Town ,-nd's Sa'rsapo-
rilla, and th,.t it was the lirst introdured to publfc notoriety un
der thnt name.
BOYD PAUL. 40Courtla:.dtit.
WALTJERB.TOU'NSEND tt'o 218 Penrl-st.
LEEDS & HAZARD, 121 Maiden Lane.
JOHN CARLE U. Co. liT Wnterst,
M. WARD & Co, 03 Maiden Lane.
J. & J. K. TRIPPE, 93 .Maiden Lane.
GRAHAM & Co, ID OldElip. ,
OSGOOD& JENNINGS, J88 Pearl st.
R. II. HAY'lLANO & Co, Office 177 Broadway.
JACUSON, ROBINS &. Co, 134 Water st.
THOMAS fc MAXWELL, 83 William st.
WILLIAM UNDEKHILL, Jr.. 1";J Wuter-t.
DAVID L. LANMAN, GO Water st.
M AR3I1 & NORTHRQP, 69 Pearl st.
NORTON, BABCOCK & WOOD. 132 Maiden v ane.
l'ENFORD, CLAY &. CO.4 Fletcher st.
OLCOTT, McKESSON &Co. 127 Maiden Lane.
A B. & SANDS, ICO Fulton st.
SCHIBFFELIN BKO I'HER iz. CO. 104 und 10C John at.
LEWIS fc PRICE, 35 Pearl st.
HAV1LAND, KEESE iz Co., HO .Maiden Lane.
RUSIITON, CLARK fcCe HO Biuadway, 10Astor
House, and 273 Briadwjlrfcorii r Chambers st.
PHILIP SCHIEFFELIN 5?C6, 107 Wa erst.
l'OU & PA LA NCA, 'M John st.
SHERWOOD tz. COFFIN, 04 Pearl st.
RUST & HOUGHTON, 83 John st.
I. MINOR tz. Co., 214 Fullon st.
INGERSOLL & BROTHER, 30 Tearl st. -
JOSEPH E. TRIPPE. 123 Maiden Lane.
HAYDOCK, DORLIES & CLAY. 218 Pearl st.
GREENLEAF Sz. KINSLEY, 4oCtmrtIund st.
BREMOND & VANALSTYNE,
Main st., Houston,
ly 752 Wholesale Agents for Townsend's Sarsararilla.
ALEXANDER i. MABEE'S
Dysentery & Cholera Syrup,
FOR THE NATURAL, SPEEDY AND RADICAL
Diarrhaia, Dysentery, Asiatic Cholera, Cholera .Vorbus, Chol-
era Infantum, illooily Flux, Sea Siclness, General
UehUiti', ltatulency, Cholic, Gripes, or cmj
Gastric Derangement, or Intestinal
Discastfrom whatever cause
it nay arise.
THIS Grand and Universal Remedy emanating from the source
it did, is alone sufficient evidence of its super-cxccIieuL vir-
tues. It was the result of n long consultation aud successful
experiment, by Uiree of the must eminent Hospital Physicians,
in one of our largest cities during the dread I ul lavages ofthe
Cholera, in the year 1832. This Syrup was found, by experi-
ence, to be the most effectual of all preparations in nresting
nnd preventing that mct dreadful ol all diseases, the Asiatic
Cholera, and lias indeed, for more than seventeeu years, proved
itself lo be Natuie's own remedy. This icmedy, ia shoit, is
prompt, tnergeticands vere'gn.
Ofthe Cholera Morbus generally comet on i erysuddenly. .It
commences with paiu in the stomach, followed by severe grip-
ing am, distress in the abdomen. Thesa symptoms are immedi-
ately succeeded by vomiting'nnd purging, which gsuerally m
time in paroxvsu;;, until great prostration follows. As the tiis
case advances, the v..miting, retelling, purging, and pain is se-
vere and incessant. It Keldom continues bevond twenty four
hours without ternii .ntiug favorably or fatally ; it is one of (he
most rapid and fasal form? of disease, and in many instances
ends in death iu-he course of three or four hours, and some-
times much shorter pen'oil. It is veryjirevaleat in this climate,
ane California, pellicular!- during the hot weuther, and much
.rt: so iu tha East aud West Imlicv
The immediate exciting cause of the Cholera Morbid, is the
nction nml stimulus of an ccid, Micreted in :hc Liver, or formed
; in tlie atomacn anu Alirieulnry (.anal. Inch produces en irri-
j Uticn ofthe Mucous Mcmbiaue of these parti, the same ns ma
ny k.nils of pui ", n::d which caiw the pliciijmciia ofthe c im-
j.l.ii.t. Tluvpi i-ou i no duiiht receded into the rircLlntion
I thr-iugh the i.i daim of tha atmosphere, nnd not being thrown
off by lii" ornii.; .y Cicittory organs, cspccbllv thu skin, is
thrown back l'n"u lhe su. luce to the Liver, -Ahicii becomes da
' rmigeit. and ensoiged with an ncci.m.iinbu' quantity of Blcod,
roiubiuoil witb n mnrlud fluid or acid, which proves theexcit-
i ingcausc of tin-complaiit. There nre vry iiitiv predisposing
, cnusos, sucli as itidiscstible and irntitin; kir.d f rood and i'riiik,
I crude t.r unripe fruit, r.ud allunicjes that contain much aci'o'. or
j sa Ii hquUxas oim run into n tate uf fermentation,
j DIAKRLCEA. OR DYSKNTF.UY.
j Irritntion uf Ilia mucoi'- membrane tf the Bowels constituto
, the primary muibiu ciudiiiou in Dinriluea, cf which increased
j pcristalic motion, aii'l the i.iordiiiuio aivme evacuations are ll.c
j consequence. Itariscofiom a morbid sintecf tlie liver or stoni
rc'i, which secrete r.r. : cid .r poisonous fluid, that erioi:slr
aflt'cts thu miit-ous membrane of Die i.itcilins. caus'iig itiflnm-
malion, ulceintiu-.s or coi.tnctions. Tre-itmeut, thu same as
ii.1 down under z head of General Directions.
Tlii disease is the Cholera of Iuiniits, and is usually known
by the name : Summer, r.r Buwel Complaint, and is very prev-
alent nmor.gc'.i'iire'i during th-s- mmcr season. Treatment the
same as in Cholera Morb . but given in smaller deses.-
- ASIATIC CHOLERA
Requires the same treatment, only more active, together with
the warm huth and friction.
.Arises from tho sir.c caue as simple Diarrhrcn, hut when it
hns iiuincd tin protracted tyjie, it must be treated by the same
means, with promptness, nml" continued for a gteater length of
time, the same ass Bluidy Flux.
I a nnuea, or tendency to vnmit, which yaries in respect cf
duration, m dufcrent persons, upon a sea oage. With some it
continent oi'Ij a day or two, while, with i.ihcrs, it remains
tliroiighnut lhe vojase. It is a very ilistres.ing complaint, and
in some)iabita.pecul!arIy so sometimes c cii iro-nis futal. It
is invariably attended w iIIl a dizziness iu the bend, great distress
in the stiimacl., nausea, wilh omitting cud purging of oilious
matter, resembling very much in its character, Cholera Mcrjius.
Hence ths same treatment is required.
THE WAY IT CURES
The principolTndicalionofcure in this complaint is, to neutral-,
ize or destroy the acid, vitiated or acrid bile in other words,
the exciting tause of tho complaint The first object, then, is to
allay lhe irritability of lhe stomach not by giving any medi-
cine calculated to re aiu the morbid secretions, or to lock them
up in thesjstcm.but by rendering inert or harmless the deleteri-
ous agent, which is the immediate cause of it; and this mixture,
Mabcc's Syrup, lulfi.Is the indications odu.iia'ily, by neutralizing
tlie acidity of the ttaiaacli, while Jts laxative j ropeities. by
quickening the peristolic motion of the intestines, carries it.to
tlie scat of lhe disease, and removes the morbid collections in
them, and restore, their loue. This S rup in a shott time entire-
ly c miiges the complexion ofthe disease. It relieve tlicspnims
nnd teuesimus, corrects and lessons the"fu;tid discharges, aud, in
short, bii'igs about a healthy Action throughout the whole extent
From California are, th-it the Djscntcry and Cholera Syrup
is working unnaeis among the Calitbrnians, and that in no one
instance where it has-been used, has failed to bring tho ditcosc
to an abrupt and hajipy termination.
Till: CLIMATE OF CALIFORNIA
And the many changes of ntmosphere'durmg a voyage, renders
it imli.-pensiule tlritsomc Temc.ly which experience lias proved to
be the best and most effectual, should be iu the medicine chest of
every one contemplating a sea voyage, as an antidote to' that most
fatal milady, the Dysentery, which few esciie. There' is noth-
ing more certain ui it, effect thnu Mabec's Dysentery or .Cholera
THE WORLD OVER.
The modus operandi of this inva uable Syrup, is the same, the
world oter, invariably successful.
WE HEAR FROM IT
Not only in California, but in the East Indies and China, with
tho taim like uniform success.
TJE ENTIRE CREW
Of the noble packet ship Congress, i hile on a voyage from
Canton to this jioit, in theyenr 1K8, were attacked with Dysen-
tery, in a very aggravated form jet,strange nsit may appear,
vet nevertheless true, by the timely nnd energetic use of Mabce's
Dysentery cud Cholera Syrup, not n single death occurred.
Frequently arises from the same enese as ordinary Bowel Com-
plaints uliich, being neglected, runs into a chronic form, thus
producing u hat is usually termed General Debility. Therefoie
nearly t cmiuic treatment is ii.dicate'f for which, see general di-
rections. GEO.J.W. MA BEE,
Wholesale Agent. An. 82 Nassau st. New York,
wlv52 nt S V Twncnd'i Sarsapari la Depot.
roM i ssio.v mercua.vt
J""7,Ril",Sfv!ir !iiielusi.'it-is to transect, and arc no table to ai
. t-t:i!irs ni'ij iti"iunrktioflIi'iiU)ii,CiilvestonorNcwOr
fUiib. Mvi-har3 will !.-- . o.-ivf.:
Buyinerai'drvliiii? V . ,2J2 ,,rct.
-.img;;(Mt...i. ie't;., .'iei
, Gb'uha'.'t pricl:ac -ll kisl 5perct.
Makinjila-?!.. tc..! r.iiilnynigfei2ht,20ctsperba
O.'lice in . i g Row. M nnstccct, sign ofthe "Old Texiin."
t. F. SCRANTON.
N. B I tint iiditinctly,nni1er'lood thnt I amnot comiec'cu
ui'liMii !lfnc:n!i.iivt.,!i or1intl can do my duty to nil that fee
disposed ! gte inebitsii!.st.fiiiiy kind.
1". S. (Im vonr ('..tton to Market payyour debts buy your
gnodi where Cott- u u ill bring!! or 10 cents'. Don't wait this year
for anv betierpr.ee delays w ill be dangerous.
DR. VA ZANDT'S
A.YTf-nu.ious. health nEiTon.iTirr. pills.
THE fiilj-criber having Iwcn npnuiutcd Agent for the salo of
thc-e Pills, begs leave to offer them to thcpublicns one ofthe
most valuable eathbrtic .Medicines, now in use. Thcso Pills r.re
itarticularly recommended to persons residing in hot dimples.
Their cilicncy has been tested in curing complaints ofthe Liter,
and other diseases incidcntaltuthosouth. Numerous testimontsU
can be produced. For sale at,25 cM.perBnx.
WM. HENRY ELIOT, ApoUiecary,
v wtfC2I Congress t., Ifoustrn.
The Celebrated GraJ'cnberg Vegetable
PILLS, Price 25 Cents a Box.
GREEN Mountain Vedetnble Ointment, nt 2.5 cents per box.
J. W. Copes, Agent. These highly efficacious aud popu-
lir prepnnticrs tiro offend roth- public nt the above mentioned
prices. Persons wishing to inrchate, can besupqlied at
ELIOT'S, Congress street, HouUon.
Dec. 0 wtf C-2J
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
RICHLAND CROSSING, Tkxab, is Agent for
tho "Tolegraph," in Nuvarro aud Limestone
counties, ftfay Hi, 1819. 699
W. S. Wik&SIS
GENERAL LAND AGENT
Waco Village, Texas,
WILL attend to the sale of Lands, the' recording
of Deds, payment of Taxes, and oil matters
i appertaining to Lands, for persons at a distance, ex-
uept nit; luuuuuu ui inuos. xeriOU iiaviu uuaiucos
of tho above description within the land district em-
braced by tho old county of Milam, may secure
prompt attention to the same by application to the
subscriber. Terms moderate.
All letters must be post paid to insure attention.
John B. Jones, Galveston.
Rice &- Nichols, 1
J. W. Hendekeox, Houston.
A. S. Ruthven', j
T. Dihterich, ) .-
Land Agency for Milam County.
4. THE subscriber, assisted by George B.
S Erath, will attend to tho Locating, Sur
veying and obtaining ratents ; also, pay-
ing of Taxe3, redeeming Lauds sold for
Taxes; investigation of litles; mp.king sales or Lauds,
or any other business pertaining to Lands in Milam
District. Land Certificates will be located upon good
Lands on shares or for cash. 60,000 acres of Land
for salo in small or large tracts. A thorough knowl-
edge ofthe land matters of this county will enable the
subscriber to rerder liis services valuable to those who
may wish his scivices charges will be very reasona-
ble. C. M. HUBBY.
Cameron, Milam co., Texas, Aug. 20, 1850.
Refer to Geo. Ball, Galveston.
Rice & Nichols, Houston.
J. D. Gr.onssEECK, San Antonio.
Walsh, Mallory & Co., N. Y.
A. M. Gentry-, New Orleans.
- ly 76G
WALKER & T00LE,
Wwlesale and Retail , Dry Goods and Grocery Mer-
HAVE now on baud, aud will be constantly sup-
plied. with a general assortment of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Hardware, and every other article suited to
tho wants of Planters and others, who may favor them
with their patronago, which they will sell at the low-
est rates for cash or produce of all kinds.
GEO. J. W. HABEE,
WHOLESALE AGENT OR
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER,
ALEX. N. MABEE'3
Capsules of Cepavia, Cod Liver Oil, Castor Oil, Copavia
Cubebs and Sarsaparilla- Dysentery Syrup.
COURT PLASTER, I'oor Man's Plaster, and Strengthening
Plasters. No. 82 Nassau Street, New i'ort, (At Dr. S. P.
Townsend's Sarsnparilla Depot.)
N. IS. The Cod Liver Capsules are prepared from Rushton,
Cin-fc & Co's Cod Liver Oil ly 732
Come here and buy your Sugar at six and seven Cents.
THIRTY Bbls. prime Texas Sugar, just received. Cnlf on
F. SCRANTON, the old Texian.
N. B. Charity begins at home. One barrel of this Sugar
bought here, makes the Slate of Texas one barrel of Sugar better
If. wtf C30 F. S.
TTTTTnT.TrC: A 1.17 m.fl !?i?.it Morf.Jr.lilo trnnnnnn
V stautly on hand every description of Dry Goods, :
Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, &c, &c, which will I
bo sold cheaD.
GRANVILLE H: SHERWOOD,
ATTORNEY AND CODA'SEILOR AT LAW,
iVeic Braimfels, Comal Co., Texas,
TX7ILL attendto business in the Counties of Bexar.Gil'cspie,
Y f Comal, Guadalupe. Fayette, Bastrop, Travis and Hays.
JAMES V. HENDEIiSON,
ATTORA'El' AT LA1V, HOUSTON, TEXAS.
FFICE on Main Street, a few doors above tho
Telegraph Office, in tho Swainlinilding. Iy660
The Old Tesian,
F SCRANTON, has removed from Long Row,
to the store next above Thomson & Gregory,
opposite Sampson & Co.'s, Main st. feb 1 tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J Houston Texas.
Oilice opposite SchrimpfT's Hotel, ou Preston Street,
mar 1 688w
Calomel and Quinine.
r LBS. English Calomel, 100 oz. French Qui-
'J nine, for salo by
- RICE NICHOLS.
Houston Iron Fomi-
I I HE subscriber haviner nnrnlin.cpil lh.- Trnn Pnnn
X dry in this city, lately owned by Dr. N. TC.'Kel-
lum, respectfully informs" the public that bo is prepared
to furnished castings of any description for cotton
gins, saw and grist mills, sugac mills, &c. He has
engaged an excellent workman to form patterns for
any articles manured iu his Hue. of business. All or- '
dere will bo filled promptly and he is confident the
wors will be entirely sattslaciory. -
Also, gin gearing of all desctiptions.
He has also ou hand a number of Burr Stone Corn
Mills ofthe most approved paterns. These Mills aro
made to orders and can bo furnished at the lowest
October 29, 18-19. wtf ' '"
Southern Mutual Life Insurance Com-
pany of Louisiana.
Life Insurance Exclusively.
Extra Guarantee Fund, $50,000 Accumulative Cap-
ital, $500,000. Parent Olfice, No. 48,
Camp Street, New Orleans.
fpHIS Company is now ready to make Insurance
X on Wbito Persons aud Slaves, at their established
rates of premium. This being tho ouly Company In-
corporated in the State, confined exclusively to Life
Insurance, with an extra guarantee Fund, the Direc-
tors feel coufideut that it affords unusual aud much
greater iuducemenis to thoso desirous of eii'ectiug an
insurance on their lives than auy other
It is also upou the mutual priuciplo ; each person
asMired becoming a member thereof, ami enjoying tt
portion of its profits, being exempt from any liability
beyond the amount of premium accrued.
Insurance Companies organized upon 'fie mutual
principle aro generally successful, moro especially
those exdiiMvely confined to Life, as tlioy are based
upon calculations warranted correct by long experi-
ence aud cleso scrutiny ; but the stability and success
of this Company is placed beyond a contingency, by
lie advantageous arrangement she hus made for an
undoubted Guarantee Fund of 350,000, not to bo us-
ed or" lessened, as subscript ions to Mutual Iusuranco
f ompauies always aro, bv insurance.
Thir1 Extra Guarantee Fund of S5O.O00 remains !
permanent until the ( ompjuy has accumulated a
similar amount to take its place.
lETCahfornia permits granted, and extensive trav-
eling privileges allowed.
T) i r e c t o rs
Joshua Baldwin, Johu D. Beiu,
Henry G. Stetson, Honry Rcnshaw,
Charles M. Waterman, Edward C. Puyiie,
William C. Tompkius.
William H. Garland,
George C. Lawnuon,
Robert M. McAlp.u,
G.-orge W. West,
Thomas I. Dix,
Jilson P Harrison,
M. O. H. Norton.
JOSHUA BALDWIN, President.
Harmon Doaxk, Secretary.
Medical Examiners Richard Bei.v, M. D.; How-
ard Smith, M. D Hours daily, from 10 a- m. lo 3
E- L. Gjold, Attorney.
Agency at Houston.
A. S. Ruthven, Ajr'ni. "
A. Ewing, Medical Examiner.
This Agency is now prepared to receive applica
tions for insurance on the lives of White Persons am,
on Slaves, at the established rate of premium, etc
All necessary information can be obtained ' y up
plying to the agent. Gru Vu'G
life -Pills and Phoenix Bitters.
These Medicines have now been, before the pub-
lic, for rt period of HFTEEN YEASS. and
during that time have maintained a high character
in almost every part of the globe for their extraor-
dinary and immediate power of restoring perfeet
health to persons sufloring underuearly every kind
of disease to which the human frame fa liaWe
JN MAMY THOUSANDS
of certificated instances, they have even rescued
snfierera from tho very verge of an untimely grave,
after all the deceptive nostrums of tho day had ut-
terly failed; and to many thousands they have
permanently secured that uniform enjoymept of
health, without which life itself ia but a. partial
blessinc. So great indeed, has their" efficacy invariably-
and infallibly provedj that it lias appeared
scarcely less than miraculous to those who Wero
acquainted with the beautifully philosophical prin-
ciples upon which they are compounded, and upon
which they consequently act. It was to their
manifest and sensible- action in purifying the springs
aud chaunels of life, and enduing them with re-
newed tone and vigor thnt they were indebted for
Unlike the host of pernicious quackeries which
boast of vegetable ingredients, the LUTE MEDI
UiWJSS are purely aud solely-vegetable ; aud con-
tain neither Jlerciiry, nr Antimony, nor Arse-
nic, nor any other mineral; in any form whatever.
They are entirely composed of extracts from rare
anttpowerful plant3, the virtues of which, though
long known to several Indian tribes, and recently
to some eminent pharmaceutical chemists. are alto-
gether unknown to the ignorant pretenders to
medical science ; and were never before adminis-
tered in so happily efficacious a combination.
Tha first operation is to loosen from the coats of
the stomach and bowels tho various impurities and
crudities constantly settling round them ; and to
remove the, hardened feces which collect in the
convolutions of tho small intestines. Other medi-
cines oidy partially cleanso these, and leave such
collected masses behind to produce habitual Ccstive-
ness, with all its train of evils, or sadden Diarrhoea
with its imminent dangers. This fact is well
known to all regular anatomists who examine the
human bowels afler death ; and hence the preju-
dice of these well informed men against tho quack
medicines of the age- The second effect of tho
"VEGETABLE LIEE HEDICIHE3 is to
cleanse the kidneys and the bladder ; and, by tha
mean3, the liver and lungs, the healthful action of
which entirely depends upon the regularity of the
urinary organs. The blood, which takes it3 red
color from the ageucy of the liver and lungs, before
it passes into the heart, being thus purified by them,
and nourished by food coming from a clean stomach,
courses freely through the veins, renews every part
of the system, and triumphantly mounts ths banner
of health in the blooming cheek.
The following are among the distressing variety
of human diseases in which the VEGETABLE
LIEE MEDICINES are wel1 known to be infal-
lible: DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the firrt
and second stomachs, and creating a flow of pure
healthy bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind ;
FLATULENCY, Loss of Appetite, Heartburn,
Headache, Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety,
Languor, and Melancholy, uhich are the general
symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a natural
consequence of its cure.
Costiveiiess, by cleansing the whole length of
the intestines with a solvent process, and without
violence : all violoat purges leave the bowels costive
within two days.
Diarrhea-ana Cholera, by removing the
sharp acrid fluids by which these complaints are
occasioued, and by promoting the lubricativo secre-
tion of the mucous membrane.
EeV8rs aM kinds, by restoring the blood to a
regular cirijulatlou, through the process of perspi-
ration in such cases, and the thorough solution cf
all intestinal obstruction in others.
Tho Liya Medicines havo been known to
cure EHEUHATISH permanently in tlireo
weeks, and GOU P iu half that timo, by removing
local inflammation lrom the muscles and ligaments
of the joints.
DropsifiS of all kinds, by freeing nd strength-
ening the kidneys aud bladder: they operate most
delightfully on these important organs, and heice
have ever been found a certain remedy for tha
worst cases of GRAVEL.
Also Worms, by dislodging from the Turnings
of tht bowels the slimy matter to which these
. Asthma and Consumption, by relieving the
air-vessels ofthe lungs from tlie mucous which even
slight colds will occasion, and which, if not re-
moved, becomes hardened, and produces-these
Scurvy, Dicers, and Inveterate Soresy by
the perfect parity which these Tit Kfr, 22EDI-
CTJHESg've to the blood, and all tho humors-
Scorhutic Eruptions and Bad Complex-
ions, by their alterative effect upon 1herfiu1d3lth.it
feed the skin, aud the morbid state of which- occa-
sions all eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, ana
other disagreeable complexions.
Trie use of these Pills for a very short tims'will
effect an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and n
striking improvement in the clearness of the,skin-
COMMON COLDS and INFLU.ENZA'.will
always be cured by one dose, or by two even iu
the worst cases.
PILES. As a remedy for this most distressing
and obstinate malady, the TTEGETABLE LIEE
ItlEDICDNES deserve a distinct and emphatic
recommendation. It is well known to hundreds in
this city, that th.e former proprietor of these valu-
able Medicines was himself afflicted with, this
complaint for upwards of thirty-five tears; and
that he tried in vain every remedy prescribed
within the whole compass of the-ilffifcria Medico.
' He however at length tried the: Medicine- which Is
now offered, to the public, and he was cured iu a
versliort time, after his recovery had been pro-
nounced not only impiobable, bat absolutely im-
possible,, by anv human means.
YE VBR AND AG-UR
For this scourge of the western country these
Medicines will bur found a safe, speedy, und certain
remedy-. Other medicines leave the system sub-
ject to a return of the disease a cure by these
medicines is permanut TRY" THEM, BE SA-
TISFIED, AND BE CURED.
Bilious Fevers and Liver Complaints.
General Docility, i-ss op Ar-renTE, a.vd
Diskasks of Females these medicines have been
used with the most beneficial results in cases of this-d-scription
: Kino's Evil, and Scrofula, in iu
' worst forms, yields to the mild yet powerful action of
these remarkable Medicines. Night Sweats,
Nervous Debility, Nervous Complaints of all
kinds, Palhtatio:.- of the Heart, Pai.vter's
Colic, aro speedily cured.
Persons whose constitutions have become im-
paired by the injudicious use ol Mercury, will find
jlliese Mediciues a perfect cure, as they never fail
to eradicate from the system all the effects of
..Mercury infinitely sooner than the most powerful
preparations of Sarsaparilla. A single trial will
place them beyond the reach of competition, ia the
estimation of ovory patient.
BE CAREFUL OF COUNTERFEITS.
Several have lately been discovered, and their
uefaridiis authors arrested, both in the city of New
York and abroad.
Buy if no ono who is not an AirrnoRJaEn
Prepared and sold by Dr. "W. B. MOFFAT, 335
FOR SALE BY
Groesbeec!,; Williams y Cooke.
Main it., Houston, Texas.
wly ?3l '
Boot and Shoe Haniiractory,'
THE subscriber would respectfully inform
the citizens of Houston and the interior, that
his Boot and Shoo Manufactory coutiuues in
successful operation, aud ho intends in future to devote
his particular attention to that branch ofthe bnsiuesst
he is regularly supplied with the best French und
American materials, and employs' the best workuieu,
and he will anre the community that for dress or
substanthlartilcs,l.e can successfully compete with
An experience ofover ten years attention to the bu-
siness 111 this city, and the unusual inccess attending
his efforts of late, he hopes will ensure confi deuce ia
future. A general assortment iif Leather, Findings,
etc,, etc., for Shoe-maker's use, kept constantly tin
hand aud for sale. AH ordors in hla line will receive
J. W. BENEDICT, Tremont st.,
3m 744 dpnoMie thf Custom House, Galveston.
Bbls. Roaeudale Cement, received, per
Milford A constant snpplv will Tk alwavs
GEO. BUTLER $ BROTHER,
Agents for the RosejidaleCmV.n r.n
nov29wtf727 . Newark.
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Moore, Francis, Jr. Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 46, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 13, 1850, newspaper, November 13, 1850; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth48607/m1/4/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.