The True Issue (La Grange, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 45, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 21, 1858 Page: 4 of 4
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J. I. III! lit.
HAS now in store Iho largest,
most fiishionqblc, nnd elegant
Stock ever brought to this place,
3electcd in tlip northern cities by
himself, expressly for this market :
all fresh ami of the latest styles niul
first class Staple ami Fancy
DRY GOODS, '
Consisting of Dress Goods of the
latest fashion nnil patterns, Robes
A Quale, Tissue Organelle liaya-
derc, Stripe Flounced and Sid6
Striped Hobos, Summer Silks, nnd
The best assortment every offered
to the citizens of Fayctto county
Consisting rf Maltese laco- setts, French
Jaconet do: lioniton, Smyrna;, MecL-
Valencicnno and thread lace "ettsand
sleeves, Illusion Borthors, Embroidered
rnourninffsotts of Swiss and Jaconett.
pipsuno laco mantles, assorted fancy do.
French hair and fancy trimmed and uu-
trim me J; mouining do,
parasols, umbrellas, gloves, guantlctls,
finest French artificial flower?, hem
tichvahd plain linen hand-
, kerchiefs for ladies, gen-
men, and misses.
Hoop Bkiits, hair braids, yold rings and
p-old bracelets, rciralets, net talmas, and
a splendid assortment of modu hosiery,
tancy prints, ujrtss goous tor ladies, wlnci;
in point of beauty and style is u'nsur-
fiassed Mamillas, talmas, crape shawls,
ancy articles for ladies' wear, men's
clothing and goods of every sort, as well
as, agenprai assortment oi goods tor no-
?;rod9,"and cjothlug comprising ncn ami
iov's Coats, Pants.' vests. Drawera.
ShirtsJ Cravats, jSocks, Neck Tics,inf
JVtiry viiriviy unu jirjcuj yiruuuiiiuii kui,
morocco, doo skin, lasting and calf shoes
and bjmfs,, healed l&dio's and misses shoes;
boy's shoes; negro russotts; HATS, from
the very finest silk and otttr down to the
coarsest wool; Can suit every body in
My p and price.
Yank ci Notions of a rrrat vnrlptv.
audi as fans, JoIIb (dressed & undressed,)
baby rattles and whistles, tweezers, hair,
coat, nosh, nail, tootli, llnor, and paint
brushes, perfumery, funs, nnd buttons of
uvcry &neiv, Biuuunury, noianci waitrs,
ladies work baskets of several kinds, nins.
needles, ladics's belts, work boxes, beads
of every sort, Sec, Sec,
lUpWARB AND CUTLERY.
Grain-cradles, complete , Jtcap-
liotiks; Ox-bells, Door-bells; lonpj-
panalcd shovels nnil bpaucs, etc.,
$EGold and Silver headed guta
perclm Canes, Saddlers' nnd Slioe-
Rifles and double-barrelled thot gui-sfpj
the 'conuino London' twist, knives 'and
forks, carving and pocket knives, broad
axesjHhopninir, hand and shimrlintr do.
foot adzes,-1 Jog, lock, stretcher and trace
ciiuius, uippurs, oiacKing, snoa urusiics,
cross ct, nand, terunl,auJ key hula saws,
norsc, rasps and tiles ot overy eoit, nails.
gnnblets, butts and screws, w i ought
hinges, knob and date locks, biti lies,
bolts, s rrups, bridle bits, locks, can-
Ujcsticits, Japan trunks and botes, all
uorts of locks, curtain plus assorted, bed
screws, drawer knobs, escutcheons, &c.,
Men and women saddles, bays do, dim-
bio and sinclo harness, "bridles, surtin
gles, girths, saddle bugs, carpet do; shot
pouches, enameled, duck, all colors, bug-
gy carpeting and fringes,carrinconndsad-
qta ornaments, saddlers and ts!,oemukers
haidwaro and cutlery, wash-boards, braes
andiron ktlttles, stuwnots, aucr handles
?nd awl do, augers o all sizts, planer of
every sort, luaces and bits logctnur or sep-
arate, pocket and pen hn'dves of a. gieat
variety, wafllo aiu afcr irons, Sec
Medicines 50 oz. sulphate of quinine,
j0 lb. good English cajomcl, 150 lb. cy
ununit potash toktll ants, jib. bottles SI,
)h, bottles 81,75, castor oil, cnpal vurn-
islf and turpenttno, black varnish, gum
camphor) essences lemon, nugmeg, cinna
tnoii, unilla, rose, and piuo apple; hemp
and cancry bird seed, hsh bono for birds.
Ci nocEitii s Salcratus, soda, cream
tartar, saltpeter, macet ginger, cloves,
nutmegs, 'spice, pe'pper, lemon syrup,
forel lar'd's scotch and macaboynnulf, Levi
tjiarrctt Sc sous tar-to do, honey daw do.
candles; sugar ron'ec, bogging and rope,
vmiercg, lonaccn, ai i, eie., fir.
Pin Bands of 3, G, 7, 8, 10 inches, i Wno '"V favor liira hh their patronage,
1 upon tho most leasonablo terms und upon
A'LSO Queens, glass and crockery the sliortesi notice.
vare, powder, slot, lead, caps, 'trunks,! He lias taken tlio wol-known stand for-
'o6kingglaBses, brass hound buckets pain- merly occupied by the lato Mr. Siovcrs,
(ed do 2 and 3 hoops;) every variety of w hero he will bo lound at a I hours. 37ij
wood and hollow ware, and many other1 - - - .-.. .. -articles
not enumerated, all of which I -- -
vvlR kell An reasonabloMerms la goo
and' prompt costomcrsona. credittilf the
tnn ci thcycaj-, fif lof casu, fottnn, or
j-s r.ROradgo.May 8, H9 13(1y"
Commission, Retching h Fonvurd'g WarclionH,
Tim undersigned would respectfully; in
form the public that ho liaa taken posses-
Bloti of tha now Warehouse, on Morton
Street, which leads in tlio real1 to luo Rail-
road Furry. All consignments of cotton,
merchandise nnd produce" sent to his caro
shall recciv o Ids best attention.
litjercnccs.' Mcssis. Blum & May bl tun,
Moj. J. IL Ilcrndon, Richmond'; Messrs.
McMalian & Gilbert, Col. Win. T. Aus-
tin, J. S. Sullivan, Esq , Galveston,
v8:20;y JOHN F. JENJCIN
WE have uti hand and are now receiving
large nnd well rcltct' J etick of Fanry nnd Staple
Dry Goods, Uloitiing, Halt, Uuo;sonu tnoca, jew.
elry, saddlery, hardware, tin ware, wooden ware,
farming utenaili, crockonca, filasB wore, groceries,
ultima find luluO'B
O" Also a iornewpply of Bapgipg and Hope
on hnnrt nnil for Bale '
ID" 'i'liey will also do a Receiving and Torward
IOAdvanrrs made n cotton ond oilier product
shipped to us to be sold in thia market or shipped
to our frtands In Boaion, Now Turk, New Orleans
orGalveiton, BLUM & MAYBLUM.
HiLhmnnd.TixoB. 43 ly
II JUMalifin n. It Qnbcrt.
T. II, McMahan & Gilbert,
Cotton Factors K General Commission 3!errh(uils.
Strnnd, Q&lycston, Texas.
PERSONS sending Cotton or other, coun
try prod uco forward to our address, cither
tor sale or rcsnipmcm to any port, may io-
Iv on lesritimatocharces only being made,
We are determined to do nothing but a le
gitimate and straight-forward business, and
hope tq merit a contmuanco ot tlio very
liberal patronage heretofore extended,
Galveston, Feb. 7, 1857, vC:30:ly
Ssm'I Q. Powell ..,, A, H. lluilncn
Powell & Rut liven,
Cotton Fa c tots and GcnH Forwirdint;
and Commission Merchants,
PARTICUfjAIt Attention paid to the
at or liiiincnl uf ruilucc. Account J of sola
Cash a J van cam ma Jo nn nil coup gnmonls, cither
for mlc ir thiniport Produce tent to our nJJrrrs
will cove ied tiy, oeti policy uf Inmroner, b tlio
ruling rates of premium. Juna S3, '55.
Cotton Factor, and Commission, Receiv
ing and X'orwaiding Merchant.
Strand, Gulvcston, Texas. srji2ti
ONION PIipSS & WAUEHOUSK,
By T. WHITBIARSH,
(SuLCibiar to r,(3 I titibncli,)
irpc;w!tK Po-wafling- ol,J ComtllllHinil
Merchant, and Cotton Factor,
Houston, Texas. 8:20:y
Commissio.i Ma chants,
And Wholesale and Retail Dialers in Gro-
ceries, Provisions, Liquors, &c.,
Main strt'Lt, Houston.
z? Highest Cash price paid for Hides.
March 23, 1S57, 21ily
U. I. Uunis, J. Jnrktuu
' Drs. Harris & Jackgon,
HAVING associated ihenisclvcs togeth-
er ni tha practice nf medicine, tender
tlitir profussiunal servicer to tlio cidei s of
rayettcvillo and stirrounditig country.
iwo ycais Hospital expedience, where
disease is seen and trout td in alt its undns
forms, and whejo surgicul opeiations uro
daily pet formed, besides an extended pri-
vate pructice, Is suflicirut gunranteo that
they will render satisfaction to all who may
desire ihtir services. Wlicu necessary, the
sen Ices of both will bugnui without addi-
tional charge. May 18, rj8. 32:10
Ohaf3; Leo. soman,
Ficiich Boot ami SIiog Maker,
Adjoin ing the Un ion Chut ch,La Gt angc,
KUUPb constantly on hand a su-fir
perior ipiabty of French Cult
bkins, expressly prduied Ibr the manufac-
ture of gentlemen's fine boots. He also
keeps liu ostablidhmcnt providcl with fino
ready made Hoots, and ple'dges himself to
give entire satisfaction to all who may
favor him, 29;y
Gunsmith nnd Engraver,
NptllHwestCornorof tho I'lUJo Snuaro,
LaGrangc, Ttxas. T r
ALL kinds of puns, rifle, pistols, hutiH
iiig'knicn, tiow der flasks, cans, now-
our, snut, itaq, r;e, uuns niado to order,
repairing ond uigrning done. All wot k
neatly oxecuttdand wat ranted. 30, ly
Is row prepared to oxecutu with neatness
and dispauh overy deecnptiori of plain, or-
namental, and carriage painting, also pa-
per hurfginj. A l.beral patronage is res-
pectfully solicited from tho citizens of La-
Grange and surrounding country. S7ily
A, KltAUSE, '
LaOrange, Tayotto Pounty, Texas,
Would respectfully inform tho public that cc" ' "" ''"aca and adjoin,
(he is now'prepd to .ccomrLoJ.ie alhf ."rfe'! J!S!"E '
. ' ' Tf w
A 5 , t , " ouf s'Lt"j, AT LUV'
VUV lamnu, uhi co., icxos, A
errm J Roone, LaGrange 3:ly
L, I & W, B, Price, ' T
.Attorney and Counselors-it t' Law t
And General Land Agents.'- -1 "
WILL give prompt attention to all.Xi.ni1,
Probate, Criminal, Collecting," and other
business entrusted to their care, jp., Fay-
ette, Colorado, Lavaca, Austin, and, Bas-
trop .counties. They will nlso attend tha
Supremo Court at Galvcrton and Austin.
Office at LaGrange, Texas fv7:n21y
Vted Tnto mI. P. McFsrlond.
Tate & McFarlond,
Attorney and Countchrt-al-Laxu,
i And General Land Agcntt
LaGrarge, Texas. Office in the old court
house, opposite post office, v7nJ5y
GENERAL LAND AGKNT,
And County Surieyor
of Fayette Land District,
La Gran pc. Texas'.
"WILL attend to tlio purchase and sale of
land m I1 alette and tho adjoining counties
He-will albd nav taxes on land, and buy,
sell, or locate land certificates and procure
Having losided in Texas ocr twenty-
four cars, and being well acquainted witli
tho country, ns also tho titles to land, ho
natters mmseit titat ho win mo able to giye
entire satisfaction to all those whb may in
trust any business of the above character
in his hands. Ho has a largo amount of
botu improved and unimproved land-tor
sale, on hand at this time, lying in this
LYMAN W. ALEXANDER,
JJox 104, LaGrange,
lG:ly Fayitto Co , Texas.
FASHIONABLE TAILOR, ,
WOULD Respectfully inform tho citizens
of LaGianrreand vicinity ilmt ho has io
moved his stand opposite Mr. Summer's
blacksmith shop, where he is prepared to
accommodate all those who may lav or turn
with their patronage. v7:15:ly
J. &. A. HOUGH,,
bional Services in all tho branches of Den-
tal Surgery to the citizens of LaGrange
All work warranted fortwo cars
Olhco on tho East side of tho Public,
Square, La Grange, Texas. v7nSl:y
Dr. D. G-. Gregory,
At his old stand, the post office, o!T rsjiis
piofessional services to his old patrons and
tlio public generally.
LaGrange, Apiil20, 1S58. 27:tf
H $ $ $ il
Manilla rone of all fcizes, .cotton nloujrlj
lineiuijuautities, brooms all qualities, 2 and
3 hooped buckets painted tilid not pointed:
stable, well utid brass-bound buckets, tho
latter with and without lids; covered pails
itjsufljtuua an sizes nnd quantities, painted
and unpaintod; wooden and zinc-covered
wu9iiijoardsisilteisiill iptanti ties and sizes;
liand brooms of giuin and biutlosj axo
hamlles; bicud trayti; cocoa, dippers; cot-
ton cardn, luinon squeezers, moiisetians:
bhoc ami scrub bruslits; knife and fork
baskets; willow-cov tied fljfks; win (stones;
wheel barrows and wagons fur children;
matchts; llup.mt's liti.t gun-powdeij nil
iiumhcis, buck nnd drop shut; lead und
Dried bians; English pels; Ltntits split
peasj peart ouricy; jicun sago; rite, tic;
dried apples and cherries; hermt titaliy
sealed fi esh English peas, do snnpp beriiis,
do aipuragtis, do inushiooms, du ihuharh;
sardines in oil in A and 4 boxtsi nickeled
snrdcls in kegs; do herring in ktis; 4'utch
Edam cheese; Swiss green do; liovv Vork
and rrinch pickles; ueiitm cnpeis; 1'lag-
niol and Lucca sweet oil; French mustard
in glass jurs; liutch do ttonejais; meat-
sauces ns East India Say, Lee Sc Perkins,
and bird peppcrsauce; best Philadelphia
cider vinegar; marmalade; jellies; piceerv-
cd fruit; almonds; raisins; etc J IjLjj
wamsos ss oon
Calilntl Millers nml I'nrrlngc tldoafuliircri
la uiianoi:, tuxas,
Would respectfully solicit tlio imtron'aco
of ll.o public. They liold tlicnitolvi-a in
rOllllltlOBO fit till limm tn C1I ...III. ..1. 1
... ......... in. ui. n.nvn iif nil willl IllsnntCll
ull ordLrs for furniture and eluclcs of eve-
ry dcscriptioti. Tlioy keep in tlieir cm-
ploymont tlio best workltton. and uro nm.
pared to niako bureaus with or without
mirrors, dressings stands, wardrobes, ta-
bles, sdfas, etc., and coaches, hacks, car-
tiagos, buggies, sulkies, etc., and repairs
iijiuii mu auniu in u manner surpassed tor
neatness by ro establishment in tho Statu,
inu iunuc aro niMieu to inspect tlitir
woik, and send their orders. Slinn on
ni i n i - ,.
uioruuo bireei, cast 01 tno l,a I rango
Attorney and Countcllcr at Zntc,
LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS,
Uespectfully lenders his professional ser.
.. vw.wh..... y. mvuiouiiu V-iUiUVUBll.lfUllUn
oi iAiinu lutes. VG:1
Watch-Maker and Jeweller
T n. rr
tiuuitiiiuc, Ata, j
Would respectfully inform tho citizens of
LaGrangoa,nd Fayette county, thot hols'
I,roPoieJ oaUond lo every description of'
work in his line, with promptness and dis-
patch, luo him a call.
August, 1657 v7-4lily
S. S. Mungor,
Will givopromptattcnlion to any business
entfpsted to hid pare. References givmi jf
desired. i ot4Jily
Attorney and Counsolor-at-Law,
Ana G-onorai Land Agont,
LaGrange, Fayctto county, Texas.
nTRICT and prompt attention criven to
O tho colloctinc business; to the purchase
and sala of real estate and settlement of
land titles in all parts of tho Stato west of I
tlio i rinity liver. dUtom
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Atid General Land Agent,
Willcontinuo to attend nromnttv to all band.
Probate, Criminal, ond other builness cntniited to
hu care, in Fa) die,, and adjoining counties,
Office at La Grange.
W, R. Jnrinon,
ATTORNEY AND OOUNSrbOIt-AT-bAW,
La Grange, Tera i.
Will attend toany business entrusted to
Attorney and Counsdor-at-Lato
Layaca County, Texas. g:3:
Wm.O. Webb Wm. H. Lcdbollcr
WUDD & LKDBETTI2H.
Lawyers and Land Agents,
La Grange Fay Uto Co., Tuxai.
Wlbbcollcct claims, pny tans on land. Iiave cer-
lihoates located nnd proCuro nntonm, Invcktlgate
and perfect hilei, buy and sell nronoriv no ncroniii.
nnd transact nil other bniineu in tho lino of their
It VT II..WCB A. CO
Mchia, XewTotk. NY
.lulin Hnvery A Soni
Jiulclndge, Spnrki & co
Ilirringlun tt IIuue11
Kirkland, tlauglin A, co
Hnggi ti. Yard
I) ti m tile fc en
Wm J Lrd)nrd,
ft M ForUs
y&men II Smuh
" Indinnolit, 'I ixds
" i lnIiiiiilDliin. I'enn
" lialvctlon, iexns
" llouiton, Texas
llclil Mt.bilt, Ala
' Austin, Tene
' Now York, N Y
Broker and Dealer in Exchange,
UliicQ over Dr. Hough s Drug Store,
LaGrange, Texas. 7:52:y
GENKUAL LAND AGENT,
La Gtangc, Texas
Will pny Ti
a on Land, nlio,
CORDER Or llTLEfl
PETEST IO do.
' fina Bit afiryiP
I 1 ajtitco County, I kelcuM
I'erntnnl alicntmn given lo Snlea of I,anJ In nny
ui iiiu vi'iimu d iicsidi iirazoa uivcr.
i ersoiia oeBinngioBrii j rncia oi lana rtquinrg
panuioii, win una it to nicir intircat to impluy
Judge Jama Wrlb, orpua Christie, Texas,
fi-tiov. J T. Hell, Aiisnn,
(en.Tliumaa (Irccn, " '
John. A (Jrren, rj, "
B. A RhejiliTil, haq , Houston, "
A, 1 Jaiiica, Lmi , (laheslon
8, A. Macnck, 1m Sin Anttimo, "
J. II Ilerndon, V,n, Drazima, "
Mcpfrf, 1'irlOiB, Campholl, A, I'u. New Urloans.
uensra Kfm, ""prngno & Un. few Yurki
" ' II lit Hers, &, Co
Vetfhto, Ucr' lliirtli,
Tcb 21 1-1 v.
APRIL 7, 1858.
GREGORY 3c hON, will open in a fow
days at the sign of tho Red Mortar, a smalt
assortment oi Drugs, Medicines, Chcmi
crdJ, tills riainta, varnish, alcohol, tut pen
lino, window class, vials, bottles, putty,
und brushes of all kinds.
Also a good assortment of school books,
btaiiancry, perfumery, extracts, soaps, etc.
Wo lefep constantly on hand a supply
of all iho popular lamily medicines of tho
day, bhtpped dirtctly from tho manufactu-
rers tliemsclvcs, thus avoiding counterft its,
Welntend tqmakoit tho Interest of plan-
Urs und physician to buy of us, cspct tal-
ly thoso who purrhaso to dispose cf agnin.
Our terms shall bo as liherul as thoso of
any 'other mmdar wlabliahioc.nl in the
Tlio UdioJrt?iuoiiivited to call and o-
nmino our large stock of perfumery and
other fancy notions.
Those persons who open running ac-
counts with us, aro expected to close up
the same at tho end of tho year, otherwise
tho account will not bo continncd.
Patent medicino and school books inva-
riably sold for cash
Wo solicit a share of patronago from
our friends and tho public generally.
S:9:y D. G. GREGORY &SON
HOUND TOP, PAYETTE CO.
Offers his professional services to tho cUK
zensof Round Top and its vicinity.
December, 1857. v7:37iy
THE Undersigned would respectfully
inform tho citizens pf La Grunge and the
public generally, that ho has opened a new
on tho south oast block Tram the public
square, opposite tho Methodist church,
whero hu will ' happy to actommoduto
all those who may feel disposed toaxicud
to him their patronage. From a thorough
knowledge oT the business and a determi-
nation to supply his table With tho vorv
best tho market affords, ho hones to bo
.i.i.i..M.. ;...i ...rifl.-.! --i ..i-
auiogivo general satistactton, antt ouly
solicits tlio "doubting" to givo him a trial.
A good stable is also attached to tho
premises. A. BOYLE.
LaGrango, Feb. 1,5G, 17ttf
Times of Holding tho District Courts
More than twenty nets were passe'd at
tlio l&te'sess.on of tlio Legislature, chang
ing tho times of holding the District
Courts in tho sovCrnl counties. Ittil fow
Courts" (rcmabj uiicliangedi For tlio
conveniopco of our readers, wo have
made out the following table, which', wo
heliovc, gives the correct dale of the com
mencement of the several spring terms:
rirU district, ho provision made
Drazoim April f lorUmith.
Matauorda 10 Tenth District.
Wharton 2C Victoria Feb. lfi
Colorado Alay 3 Jackson March 1
Fayetfo IV Lavaca 8
Austin Juuo7 PoWiit 22
Fort Ueud 21 Gonzales April (
Second District. Cnllioun May 3
Dastrob April 5 Eleventh District,
Caldwell 2G T Vann April C
CJaudalupu May 10 7Vf?A District,
Ilays 3l Cameron April 12
Travis Juno 7 Ilfdalgo ftlay 17
AVashlng'n March 20 Webb
Ilraros April 25kapala
Rurleson May 3 'Thirteenth District.
Milnm 17 Mddison Mar. lfi
Fourth District, Robertson 22
Hexar March 8 Kails 29
Comal April 2G Llmestono April 5
Kerr May 10 Hill 12
Gillespie 7 Navarro 19
Ftjlh District. Precstono May, 3
Nacogdoches Ftb. 8 Leon 10
Angelina 22 FoifrtcentDisrict.
Jasper March 1 San Patricio Aprll5
Newton 15 LhoOak 12
Sabino 22 Karnes 19
An act changing tho Goliad May 3
times for holding tho Refugio J7
Couits for the fifth Nueces t ( 31
District will tako cf- Fifteenth District,
feet on tho 1st of July, Chambers March S
ct.i. n.-j...'. rti ' IK
Wood Feb. 1 Polk
Upshur 15 Trinity
Harrison March 1 Tyler
Panola April 12 Hardin
Rusk May 3 Jtfi'ersnn
Srrenth District. Orange
Grimc-3 April 19 Sixteenth Duttict,
Walker May 3 Collin April 12
Moncomcry 17 Grayson 20
Hortii 31 Cook
Gulvcston Juno 28 Denton
1 Vight District. Wiso
RuIRIvcr Feb. 22 Paiker
Mowio March 8 .Tnlinsou
Cuss " f.2 Ellis
Titus A pi II 12 'fin rant
Hopkins 20 Ddlhs
Jlay J An act cinnsm 'tlio
10 limes ' of holding
21 Couits for tho lCtl
An net chanrrin" ttio District will take cf-
times of holdinp' the feet on tlio 1st of
uoiiris in ttio tigui ivugusi.
District uken eflect Seientccnth District.
on the 1st day of Au Wilhauson March 8
gust. IJiirnU 20
Rnth District. Lbtno April 12
Houston Maich 1 Sun Saba 10
Chorukoo' 15 McCulIm.lt May 3
AnULTSDli April IX Jlioun
lUnderton May 3 Lampasas 17
Kaufman 17 Eighteenth District.
Van Zaiidt - 31 Midina Murch 8
bnnth county Is also llaiideia 20
in tho ninth District, Ihulde April 5
uim y mo law lieie- Atascosa
tofoio in force in Kiupcy
Court bhould com Mavcuck
ineiiLO on tho 21t!j of Nimtecnlh District
may; nut an tlio tune iMci.ennan tiar
lictLtofnio allowed to Rosiiuo Atrll 5
blmtli has been ap- Erath
Mipriated (o tlio Pulo Pinto
Courts of Kaufman ILichunau
and Van Zndt. Comantho
Ainung tho gi-i,Piiil ilmiiilton
laws passed at iho CoivlII
lato session we find ti-
IzST The following table will be of
sen ice to Clerks of Courts, Chief Justi-
ces, Adminhiralois, &cM who mny have
to advertise in Newspapers. All" laws
reniiinnr nublicatioti in newsnnncrs. will
oo tounu uy reiernng as below, to Hart-
lej's digest oi tlio Laws ofTexns,
L'jgc. Article. , Pago. Article.
SG S13 473 1GG0
270 . 814 5SG 1719
8D7 903 757-8 2505
323 9SG 781-2 26G5
3G3 1140 782 2Gt?3
307 " 1165 785 25SG
3SQ 11IJ9 785 2G13
3S3-4 1205 799 2GI5
Sco Acts of 1851, on. page 14, in re-
lation to stro)s.
Governmontofthe United States
James Ruchanan, President.
J. C. Ibcckcuridc. President of the
Senate and Vice-President.
Lewis Cass, of Michigan. Secretary of
Howell Cobb, of Gcorela, Secrotarv of
ino 1 reasurv.
John R. Floyd, of Virginia, Secretary
of War. J
sane Toucy, orConuecticut. Secretary
of the Navy. ,
Jacob Thompson, of MisBissinnl. Secre
tary of the Interior,
Judge Ulock, of Pcnnsylvaoia, Attpr
Aaron V. Drown, of Tcnncssco, Post
master General. , .
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these routes from Dallas Wa r una
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tho Richmond stages at Columbus, auq
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