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COMMISSION MEKCHANT, AND WHOLESALE DEALER
IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &C, &C.
WILL attend strictly to all consignments of
Cotton and produce. He has a policy
of insurcnce covering al produce shipped to
aim from all the landings on the Brazos river.
Galveston, February"l2th, 1S49. 5-tf
T. H. MCMAHAN, G. W. MOIAHAN, E. D. JOHN.
McMalian's Sc Jolin,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
New &, Staple Goods.
N CHEEK, grateful to the public for their
, patronage, now offers at his old stand in
the town of Washington, a general assortment
of Merchandize, consisting of Dry Goods,
Cutlery, Crockery and Quecns-icare, with a
good assortment of Groceries, all of which have
been selected with care, and adaptation to this
market. His prices and terms, he hopes to
make suit his customers. Give us a call and
see for yourselves.
Washington, January 10th, 1849. 1-tf.
Briigs & Medicines.
EEARD & LOCKHART, have on hand
at their old establishment on the corner of
Perry and Preston streets, a complete assort-
ment of Fresh Drugs, Medicines, Shop "Furni-
ture, Surgical Instruments, Sec, Sec All of
which they offer to the Public at the most re-
duced prices for cash or Produce. Orders
from Physicians and Planters, will" be prompt-
ly attended to.
Washington, Tex, Feb'y 2nd, 1S49. 2-ly
DR. J. HANNAY, recently from the city of
Honston, has located himself permanently
in the town of Washington, where he offers his
professional services to the public. Dr. H.,
having had a thorough medical education, and
several years of experience in his profession,
feels full'- assured that he can give entire satis-
faction in every branch of his profession.
He can be found at Roberts' Hotel.
Washington, April 24th, 1S49. 14-tf
STL. ROBERTS, takes this method of in-
, forming the public, that he is still at his
old stand in Washington, where lie will ba
happy to meet his old friends and the uavel-
iing community generally. He is prepared to
accomodate transient persons and boarders, on
the most reasonable terms.
He has a good Stable, well supplied, attach-
ed to his premises.
Washington, January 10th, 1S4S. 1-tf.
rTlHE subscriber would inform
the public that he has opened
a Livery-stable in this place,
jStJi t txrfll mnirirfarl TTritTi tTin- iioct
provender, experienced and careful ostlers. He
will buy and sell horses, and will always be
able to furnish Saddle or harness horses at
the shortest notice, and at moderate rates.
.Hire must be paid in advance, and strangers
will be expected to' give security for the return
of the horse, or deposit his.value with thekeeper.
W. J. CPEARCE.
Washington, January 16 tn, 1849 1-tf
the liilli4S i ., .
subscriber continues t&repair all kinds
of Watches, namely, Patent Lever, Du
plex, Horizontal and Musical Repeaters. Du
ring forty-three years experience, he thinks he
is. or at least, ought to be, competent to give
Washington, Jan. 15 1849. janlG-tf
CM. LOOlvHART.'thankful for past fa-
, vors, would respectfully inform the pub-
lic, that he is prepared to comply with all or-
ders in his line. Having been many years en-
gaged in the business, he flatters himself that
by strict personal attention, he will be able to
give satisfaction to all who anay favor him
with their business.
Washington, March 30th, 1849. 10-ly
Attorneys & Counsellors at Xaw,
TTJILL practice in all the certs of the third
V V Judicial District, and in'the counties of
Grimes, Montgomery, and Houston. All bus-
iness entrusted to them will receive the strict-
est attention. janlG-ly
: LAW NOTICE. :
.Williamson, Tarver & Powell.
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS at LAW
ILL attend the courts of the Third Judi-
cial District, and the rdjoining coun-
J. B. McFARLAND,
Attorney & ConnccIIor at liaw.
, April, 1S49. lltf
LAWRENCE $- STOC1LDALE.
Attorneys at ILaiv,
ANDERSON, GRLMES CO., TEXAS.
WDLL give punctual attention to business
in their own and neighboring counties,
also in the Federal Courts at Galveston.
March 5th, 1849. 7tf
FRAN.CIS L. BARZIZA,
Whccloclc, Robert so ji
JOSIAH F. CROSBY,
BARZIZA 4- CROSBY,
Attorneys at iaiv,
WILL practice in the Courts of the; Third
Judicial District. 10-lv
AB. FLEURY, respectfully announces to
, his friends and the public throughout
Christendom, Jhat he has opened his establish-
ment in the basement story of the "Texas
Ranger'5 office, and opposite the store of J. H.
Wood's, where he has made many important
improvements and repairs. He has been at
considerable expense in getting up a fine Bil-
liard table for the benefit of those who wih to
engage in gentlemanly exercise. His bar will
at all times be bountifully supplied with Wines,
Cordials, Liquors and Segars of the best quali-
ty. To the Sons of Temperance he would say
that he has a good supply of line lemons, which
he has purchased expressly for their benefit, in
order to make some of the best lemonade they
ever did taste
Washington, April 20, 1849.
THE proprietor of the "Texas
Ranger " Office, having a
splcnded assortment of new
and beautiful type for his Job
Office, is enabled to execute
all kinds of Letter Press Print-
ing in style not surpassed in
The following is a part of the various descrip-
tion of Printing which he is prepared to exe-
cute at this office:
Bills of Lading,
Horse & Jack Bills,
Blanks of all kinds-printed to order, at short
uotice. J. LANCASTER.
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
his friends and the public generally, that
he has, and intends keeping on hand a gener-
al assortment of work in his line of business
He will at all times keep a good supply of
Hope's best Saddle Trees on hind, which will
enable him to rigg them to order, and at the
shortest possible notice. Reparing done with
neatness and despach.
H. R. CARTMELL.
Washington, January 16th, 1S49. 1-tf.
THE "undersigned takes thi method of re-
turning his patrons his sincere thanks, and
to assure them of his readiness still to serve
them and the public in all things pertaining to
his business, at his old stand in this place.
Work done with neatness and despatch, at
prices corresponding with the times.
WILLIAM P. RUTLEDGE.
Washington, Jan. 10th, 1S49. janlO-ly-
THE subscriber, thankful for past patronage,
takes this method of informing his friends
and the public, that he has fitted np his new
shop, and will be at all times ready to do his
work with neatness and despatch, correspond-
ing to the taste of his patrons and the latest
fashions of the day. JOHN BURSSEY.
Washington, Jan. 10th, IS 19.
Tin & Sheet Iron Worker.
j BROWN respectfully informs the pub-
W i He tnat he has established himself in
Washington for the manufactory of all kinds
of Tinware and Sheet-iion works, and hopes
the superiority.of his goods will secure their
patronage, using only the best materials and
superintending" all the work himself.
To owners of cisterns he begs leave to sug-
gest that the wooden spouts now in use, gen-
erate a great deal of uncleanliness and insects,
which are entirely obviated by tin gutters and
spouts, which he makes on the most improved
principles and reasonable prices.
Any article made to order. 6-ly
Formerly of Paris.
. BOO T $ SHOE MAKER,
O ESPECTFULLY announces to the citi-
JQ; zens of Washington and surrounding
country, that he is prepared to execute any work
rn nis nnc m tiie most lasnionable and work-
i-iaagftilc-i'ii itimerr - rfJJs -H
-dv consiaeraoie expenfnce.n his business7
111 the principal cities of Ffancc-'uJd England,
all lie asks is a fair trial to insure the patron-
age of the public, as he flat.ters himself that
he will be able' to do justice to all who may
favor him with a call.
Washington-, April 27, 1S49. 14-tf
United States Government.
Zachary Taylor, of Louisiana, President ;
Millard Fillmore, ofN. York, Vice President:
John M. Clayton, of Delaware, Sec'v of State :
Wm: II. Meredith, of Pa., Sec'y of Treasury ; 1
W m. II. Crawford, of Ga Sec'y of War ;
Wm. B. Preston, of Va., Sec'y of the Navy ;
Thomas Ewing, of Ohio, Home Department ;
Jacob Collamer, of Vt., Postmaster General ;
Reverdy Johnson, of Md., Attorney General.
Roger B. Taney, of Man-land, Chief Justice ;
Levi Woodbury, of N. II., 1
Salary of Chief
bamuel Nelson, ofN. Y.,
John McLean, of Ohio.,
Henry Baldwin, of Penn.,
James M. Wayne, of Ga.,.
John Mclvinley, of Ivy.,
John Catron, of Tennessee,
Peter V. Daniel, of Va.,
Assoc' te Justices
Salary of Asco-
Benjamin F. Howard, of Maryland, Reporter ;
V. 1. Carroll, of Washington City, Clerk :
Alex. Hunter, of Washingn City, Marshal.
Winfield Scott, Maj. General of the Army ;
J Shields, Commissioner of Gen'l Land Office ;
Edmund Burke, Commissioner of Patents :
Seth Barton, Solicitor of the Treasury!
Government of Texas.
George T. Wood, Governor elected
October -1st, 1847 ; nlnry ' -
John A. Greer, Lieutenant Governor,
elected October 1st, lfc47, per diem
pay as member of the Legislature,
wmie in session.
W. D. Miller, Secretary of State,
James II. Raymond, Treasurer, elected
by joint vote of the Legislature 24th
February, -1 S4G
J. W. Harris, Attorney General
John D. Pitts, Adjutant General
George W. Smith, Commissioner of the
General Land Office.
John Hemphill, Chief Justice, salary,
A. S. Lipscomp, ) ,
R. T. Wheeler, Assoates, each
District Courts. '
1 Dis't, J. Megffison,
2 " Wm. E. Jones,
4 " M. P. Norton,
5 C.W. Bucklev,
G " O. M. Roberts',
7 " L. D. Evans,
8 " B. H. Martin,
9 John T. Mills,
10 " Fleming Jones,
11 " S. W. Baird.
1 Dis't, II. B. Waller,
John A. Greer.
J. F. Crosby.
C. W. Peterson,
R. S. Walker,
D. W Field,
S. D. Hay,
Wm. C. Young
A. J. Fowler,
W. S. Glass.
J. W. Webb.
Snlnnr nf TIct.;-. T...1 Oii.-..
Senators in the United States Congress :
Thomas J. Rusk Sam. Houston.
Representatives in the U. States Congress
1st District, Timothy Pillsbury ,
2nd David S. Kaufman.
Mice, Adams & Co.
COTTON FACTORS, FORWARDING AND COMMISjU
A LL Cotton or other produce or propertj
JX consigned to our address, from places
landings on the Trinity or Brazos rivers,
covered under our open policy for Insurant
at rates of valuation as follows: say
Cotton, per bale, S30
Sugar, per hhd. 50
Molasses, per bbl. . S
All other articles at 10 per cent above j
We are also prepared to insure at fair rat
Shipments of Merchandize from this place
places or landings on the Brazos or Trinil
rivers, or to any other places or ports in
Liberal advances made by us on shvpmer
to our address, for sale in this market, or
reshipment to other ports.
A large quantity of the best Bagging r
Rope, at all times on hand, which will be sc
on the most liberal terms. Orders for these
any other articles will receive the most proml
Galveston. July 1st. 1S49. 26-Gm
R. I. Johnson,
' GALVESTON, TEXAS,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
TOR EVERY STATE IN THE UNION.
Office in the Post Office Building, Avenue D.
DEEDS, Mortgages, Powers of Attorney,
and other instruments in writing, drawn
and authenticated for use or recorditanypart
of the United States.
Instruments acknowledged before a- Notary
or other competent officer, in any county inthe
State of Texas, and '"certified to by me as Com-
missioner, can be used or recorded in any State
in the Union 27 lv
THE undersigned is agent for tlie sale of the
ave Gins, and will be constantly supplied
from the manufactory with the different sizes.
Gen I Coinmis'n Merchant.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to.
Houston, Aug. 24, 1849. 3l-3m
Map of Texas.
DE CORDOVA'S beautiful and accurate
Map of Texas, for sale bv
27-tf j SHACKELFORD, GOULD Sc CO.
Asa F. Cochrane, vs. Mc- )
Lin Bracy, and Julia I In Chaaccry.
Bracy, his wife. )
T) Y virtue of a decree to me directed, from
out of the Clerk's Office of the United
States District Court, in and for the District of
Texas, in the aboye entitled cause I will pro-
ceed with the order in said decree jo sell at
public auction, in front of the Court Honsf
door, of Austin county, between the hours of
10 A. M. and 4 P. M., on the first Tuesday in
the month of November next, to the highest
bidder, for cash, the following described lands,
togetherwith the tenements, rights, privileges
and appertenances thereunto belonging, to
wit: a certain tract or parcel of laud, situated
west of the Brazos rivef, hi the county of Aus-
tin, containing two hundred acres, more or
less, being the upper half of a certain tract of
- four hundred acres, donated and deeded to the
-ajti- Julia Bracy; by .Tared Grocei sen r., by
cieea, riateu tne seventeenth day of January,
1835, and included v;uhin the followiug lines,
viz .'.beginning at the northerly corner Xf"a
two 'hundred acre tract, which was released to
us by JereTniah A. Doe, on the thirteenth day of
November, A. D. 1840, at a Post Oak eighteen
inches' in diameter, with the top broken off,
thence south 45 east fourteen hundred and
ninety varas to a mulberry stake, from which
an ash bears S. 60 W., 4 inches in diameter,
three varas thence north 45 E.7.49 five vares,
a hackelberry ten inches in diameter, five vares
from an elm, eighteen inches in diameter.
bears S. 73 E. andanother elm fourteen in-
ches in diameter, bears W.'six vara5:, thence
North 45 W. fourteen hundred and ninety-
nine varas to a corner seven vares from an ah
eighteen inches in diameter, bearing S. 10 W.
and eighteen varas from an elm eight inches in
diamerer, bears S. 87 E. thence S 45 W'.
seven hundred and forty-nine five hundredths
varas to the place of beginning
U. S. Marshal
38 District of Texas.
STATE OF TEXAS, ) Justices1 Court,
Limestone County, j Novbcr Ten?, 1849.
To the Sheriff of said County, GrccH?i":
WHEREAS David M. Prendergist has
sued out before me, an attachment for
one hundred dollars on an open iccount,
against William C. Robinson, and having
made oath, in due form of law, that said defeiv
daut is absent from this State; you are there-
fore hereby commanded to cite said defendant,
by causing this citation to be publshed for
at least three successive weeks before the re-
turn day, in. some newspaper published in the
nearest county, (where there is one,) to appear
-autlie. November term of my CourMa be held
at my office in the town of Spriiigfi&d, on the
first Saturday in said month, 1849, to answer
said complaint. Herein fail not and then and
there make due return of this writ. '
v Given under my hand this Septem-
l.s. her 29th, 1849.
' LUCIUS C. PLEASANTS, -
Justice Peace, Precinct No. 3,
I order publication of the foregoing citation,
as the law directs, in the " Texas Ranker."
J. B. McLEAN, Sieriff
by E. B.Davis, Deputy.
Sons of Temperance.
Brazos Division, No. 14, meets evervFriday
evening, at early candle lighting, over Mr
Ackerman's Store. J. LANCASTER. R .S.
Washington livery Stable.
WB. JEWELL, respectfully informs the
, public and travelling comnumitv, that
he has taken the stable attached to the Wash-
ington Hotel, and is prepaied to accommodate
all who may favor him with their patronage.
His stable is furnished with good and whole-
some provender, and attentive ostlers.
He is avcII acquainted with the diseases of
horses, and offers his services as a Carrier
Angus: 10, 1849. 3'O-tf
Corn & Fodder Wanted.
OA Cents, per bushel for Corn, and 75cts per
OKJ hundred for Fodder, will be paid in cash,
if delivered at this place.
Enquire at the Ranger office.
Aug 17, 1949 30-tf
CHEAP FOR CASH, or READ Y PA Y.
THE undersigned is just receiving from
New York and Boston, a large and well
assorted stock of fall aud winter goods, groce-
ries. &c, at wholesale or retail. The public
are invited to call and see for themselves.
Washington, Texas, Sept. 30th, 1849. 36
Br. A. M. Walker,
HAVING resumed the practice of medicine,
respectfully tenders his professional ser-
vices to his friends and the public. For atten-
dance, medicine prescription, he will always
observe moderation in his charges. 36-1 2m
Attorney and Counsellor at Lawt
CAMERON, MIL AM COUNTY, TEX.
WILL practice in the counties of Milam,
Burleson, Robertson and Limestone. 36
FOUR good and substantial two horse car-
riages, on eleptic springs, suitable for fam-
ilies or light stages, with harness complete.
Also several fine carriage and saddle horses.
Enquire of J. McMILLER,
3G Roberts' Hotel.
Y San Jacinto donation claim from the
Republic of Texas, for G40 acres of land:
number 417, issued by the Secretary of War,
in the year 1839. If not found in sixty days
I will apply to the proper authorities for a du-
plicate. W. J. C. PEARCE.
Washington, September 21st, 1849. 35-9w
Printer's fee S5.
STATE OF TEXAS, )
County of Colorado.
TAKEN up before E. Rheumann, an acting
Justice of the Peace, m and for said county,
by Francis Heneker, the following described
animals, a black mare and colt, branded on the
right shoulder II 1, some white on the forehead,
hind legs white, some saddle marks, about
eight year old, and about fifteen hands high
appraised at thirty-five dollars by Henry Dick
lTinnu auu jonn cpeeuies, anu sworn Ttrnen
me. V.. "R.HET7AT A "NTN. J. VJC. Gt
PublishedTby order ofi
' . - C. WINDROW,
35 Cl'lc C. C
rilllE undersigned respectfully in
X friends aud the public in general.
has purchased the entire interest in the
Store formerly belonging to Heard tfcLockhart,
Washington. He therefore solicits the patron-
age of the public, confident that his assortment
of Drug & Medicines will be equal to any in
the State, which he will sell at reasonable
prices. In a few weeks he expects to receive
direct from New York, a frech assortment of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Sec, when he
will give due 'notice to the public, together
with a catalogue of his assortment,
B. F. RUCKER.
Washington, Sept. 13, 1849. 34-tf
WE are prepared to fill all orders for Lum-
ber at our Mill.-oh Mill Lake, Grimes
county, near Shannon's Prairie, 25 miles from
Washington, at Slo perm. Orders left with
Messrs Shackelford, Gould & Co., at Wash-
ington, will be promptly filled.
LABOURSADEAR Sc OGDEN.
July 16th, 1849. 2G-3m
STATE OF TEXAS, ) District Court,
County of Washington. ( Fall Term, 1849.
To the Sheriff of Washington Comity, Greet-
TTTHEREAS Robert Sherrod has filed his
petition in our District Court, praying
for a divorce, and having made oath that Nan"
cy Sherrod, the defendant, is a non-resident of
These aie, therefore, to command you that
you summon Nancy Sherrod, by publication in
some newspaper, to be and appear at the next
term of the District Court of the County of
Washington, to be held at the Court House
thereof in the town of Brenham, on the sixth
Monday after the fourth Monday in Septem-
ber next, to answer the complaint of Robert
Sherrod filed against her.
Herein fail not, and have you then and there
Witness, D. D. Crumpler, Clerk of
L. s. said Court, and the seal of office, this
' ' 25th dav of August, A. D., 1849.
D. D. CRUMPLER,
Clerk D. C. W. C.
Issued 25th August, 1S49.
BRIEF OF FETiriON.
The petition avers that the plaintifT, Robert
Sherrod, wasmaried to defendant, Nancy Sher-
rod, (then Nancy Barker.') 111 the year 1843. in
the State of Alabama, that he treated the said
Nancy kindly and affectionately, and did faith-
fully fulfill his obligations to her as a husband;
but that the said Nancy, without any cause.
voluntarily left his bed and board, and lived in
aduhry with another, lie further avers that
it is more than three years since she left his
bed and board with intention of abandonment,
the premises considered he prays a divorce,
a vinculo mtrimonii.
Williamson, Tarver ct Powell, for plaintiff.
In obedience to the foregoing writ, I order
the same, to be published in" the Texas Ranker
for eight successive weeks. J. W. McDade,
Brenham, August 26, 184fi. Sheriff w. c.
Pnuter's fee S22 50J 32-Sw
Western Military Institute
BOARD OF VISITORS.
The Adjutant General, together with five fit
persons, to be annnally appointed bv the
17. .:.. ....! : : . "1
JJACWUIIC' lu aLlc J.u """"" " "
once a year, according to law
Incorporated with all the powers, privileges
and rights exercised by the Trustees
and Faculty of any other College.
Col. T. F. Johnson, General Supcrintc7i-
dent. Col. E. W. Morgan, Joint Superintendent,
and Professor of Engineering and of Na-
Lieut. Col. B.R. Johnson, Professor of Na-
tural and Experimental Philosophy.
IMaj. W. A. Forbes, Professor of Mathema-
tics. Richard N. Newell, A. M., Professor of
Ancient and ModernLanguages.
James G. Blaine, A. B., Adjunct Professor
Rev. J R. Swift, A. M., Professor of Ethics
and Belles Lcttres.
James H. Daviess, Esq., Professor of Lnw.
Rev. H. V. D. Nevius, A. M., Principal of
Capt. C. E. Mott, Teacher in the Academy.
Capt. W. W. Gaunt, Adjutant of the Insti-
tute. Educated at West Point.
f Educated at the Virginia Military Institute.
235 Cadets, from fifteen different States
have entered this institution since it was or
ganized in 1847. It is entirely free from the
control or domination
tion of any sect or party,
religious. Economy 5,
ion of a cheap uniform, for
- r '
either political or
dress, by the adoption
winter and summer, is rigidly enforced. Eve-
ry student is required to select a College guar-
dian, with whom all funds brought or received,
must be deposited, and no debt must be con-
tracted without the consent of such guardian.
An Institute combining the science of the
West Point Academy and of Polytechnic In-
stitutes, with the classical literature of our
best Colleges, adding the modern languages,
and superadding practical schools of Law and.
Engineering, nearly realizes the long felt de-
sideratum of a university able to meet the
wants of Western progress a university
where all may select a course of study to suit
their time, means and professional destination
Mr. Daviess, the Professor of Law, is known
to the various courts as a practitioner of great
ability, varied learning, long experience and
exalted character. His eminent qualifications,
the wholesome exercise aud discipline of the
Institute, and the convenient observations of
the forms of judicial proceedings, offer unusual
inducements to those who lire earnest to
achieve distinction as sound Lawyers.
Will be thoroughly and practically taught
in the Western Military Institute the Pro-
fessor, Col. Morgan, being one of the most
skilful and experienced Engineers in the Uni-
ted States. All the instruments connected
with that department, have been procured at
considerable cost, and of the best quality
uperintendent takes the liberty of sta-
h i nmv nfTprri St r Ati. r
0 - .ww-VIJJH.1 wumii, wi
at this time, S2,5r
Every man o.1
that the gigantic cnterprSBI
y proposed, will gne birth to hundred?
others, tributary to them. The rar.d ad
vancement of our whole country, and the
eagerness of our people for exploring the hid
den resources of the new States and the newly
acquired territory, will give ample scope Tor
ages to come, to the skill aud enterp
enterprise of the
Engineer, the Geologist, the Mineralogist, the
Surveyor and the Architect. Yonugmen who
have an ajJtitudc for the Mathematical and
Physical sciences, will have a wide field open-
ed to them for engaging in an honorable, a
healthful, and a lucrative pursuit, for which
they may be thoroughly and practically quali-
fied, in a short time, and at small expense, at
the Western Military Institute.
In the Academy, $30 00 per annum.
In the College," 40 00 "
For Music and use of Arms
and Accoutrements, 3 00 " "
For Fuel, 2 00 " "
Boarding can be had in private families, at
from two to two and a half dollars a week.
When in Barracks, it is designed to furnish
Commons at a uniform rate. Students from a
distance will be required to board at the Insti-
tute, and to have no communication with the
town, except as allowed by written permits.
p- The next session will commence on the
first of September, and continue ten months.
June 1st, 1S4S. 2G-lv
Female Collegiate Institute.
The Principal has been teaching twenty
years, uninterruptedly having oecupied impor-
tant Professorships in Several Cotleges in Vir-
ginia, (his native State,) and Kentucky.
The Female Collegiate Institute was orga-
nized in 1S3S, and has enjoyed without any
fluctuations, an unusual share of public favor,
averaging for the ten years past, about one
It is furnished with a fine Philosophical and
Chemical Apparatus, a Select Library, &c,
and affords unusual facilities to students of
Music, French, Spanish and the like. It is
entirely free from all the sectarian bias the
pupils being permitted to attend any place of
worship prescribed by their parents, and the
teachers belonging to four or five different de-
nominations. To prevent competition in dress, a uni
form style and quality has been prescribed,
1,1111 jeweiry 01 eery description prohibited.
Georgetown is accessible by daily Stages
and Steamboats from Louisville and Cincinna-
ti. It is 17 miles from Frankfort, and is ad-
mitted to be one of the healthiest locations on
T E It M S . .
Per session, for Board and Tuition, SS0
For Music, 05
For French, Sec, Sec, 10
There are many Female Seminaries in the
West, in which the expenses of a pupil may
be S10 or S20 per session less than the above;
but, in very few of these, it is confidently as-
serted, will the fare be found so good the
capital invested so large and the reputation
of the Teachers so distinguished. 26 ly
competent Assistant Engineers. One of liis.'""1""1"' a"Wiu ' nave burveyeu ami pa
j Baylor University. ;
THE next Session of this 'Institution will
commence on the 16th dnv nfO"uH- 1RdQ
, aua expire on tiie 23th 0f December,
, ottt .-. ' -
Rev. Henry L. Graves, A. M. President a
Mr. Daniel Witt, Professor :
Mr. John Burlage,
Tutor of German and Penmanship;
terms in preparatory departments.
Elementary English Branches, 8 00
English Grammar, Geography and Arith-
metic, 13 00
Ancient and modern languages, natural
and mathematical soiences, moral and
intellectual philosophy, 15 00
German Language, extra, 5 00
Fee in collegiate department, 25 00
Boarding, including fuel, washing, lights,
and lodging, per month, 7 to $S 00
A series of lectures on the science of law, by
Judge Lipscomb, and other distinguished ju-
j rists.will commence onjthe 21st day of July, and
iciimiiuLc uu me kum. uay ui.j.'sovemuer. Jrrice"
of ticket, S20. Tickets for students of the
University, 35 00
Tuition, in all cases, payable in advance.
No. deduction, except in cases of protracted
sickness. HOSEA GARRETT,.
- Presd't Board Trustees,
June 27, 1849. 23
THE undersigned was at the last July term
of the County Court for Probate business,
of Burleson County, appointed administrator of
pn, rtlV .7 T ' T Tr ""f, J
fU.my ' is therefore is to notify all persons
I "fJT.? T1 -ul !
. Lliem Within lhf timp nrocnnhorl Kir 11T- miA
j those indebted to make immediate payment.
! W. J. HILL, Administrator.
Caldwell, Aug. 20th, 1849.
Printer's fee 4 33-6w
LETTERS of administration having been
granted to the undersigned, upon the. es-
tate of John G. W. Pearson, by the" County
Court of Grimes County, at the June term, A.
D., 1849, all those having claims against said
i estate will present them within thertime pre-.
' senDett by law.
NARCISSA PEARSON, Amirftrix.
August 23th, 1849. 33-Gw
TATE OF TEXAS, 1 District Court,
! County of Burleson, f Fall Term. 1849.
Ross Sc Turniiam, vs. Dunlap, ct al.
To the Sheriff of said County, Greeting-
HEREAS Shaply Ross and Josiah J.
Turnham, have filed in my office on the
25th September, 1843, their bill in chancery
against John Dunlap, George W. Chapman,
and the unknown heirs of Ansell Darneill, de-
ceased ; which bill states that on the loth day
i df January-, 1838, John Dunlap entered into a
pontract with George W. Chapman, whereby
ll ws agreed between the said parties that said
PU.m 1...1J 1 . I 1 T
ine headnht league of land of said
e said Chapman paying all the
uring the same to be located,
feu ted, m consideration of-
bound himself in the sum.
r assigns, agoodfand va-
ed to onefonrth 01 said
n the ratent was obtained,
Sr his trouble and expense in
e surveyed, located and paten
ne lourth of sM Ienrnie of land to
en by saidChapman, was to be-selected
y inm-trom any Iine or corner of said leame :
and thatafterwards, towTtthe 7th day of,
April, 1338, the said ChapmannnTirsfbred' alf
his right, title and interest to said contract to
one Ansell Darneill, for a valid consideration,
anu tnat sam jJarneill on the4th day of jIarch,
r,u "" u compiainn
nts six hundred ,and
forty acres of said undivided quarter of a league
of land, for a valuable consideration. Bill al-
leges that the said league of land has been sur-
veyed and patented, and that the said Dunlap
refuses to make them a title forthesixhundrcd
and forty acres of land. Bill prays for au or-
der of publication for the unknown heirs of
Ansell Darneill, and that the Court would de-
cree them a title according to their contract.
These are, therefore, to command you that
you summon the unknown heirs of Ansell Dar-
neill by publication as the JaAv directs, to be
and appear at the next term of the District
Court, in and for the County of Burleson, to he
holden at the Court House thereof, in Cald-
well, on the fourth Monday after the frmrth
Monday in September next, then and" there to
answer complainants bill.
v . Witness, William J. Hill, Clerk
l. s. y and the seal of said Court, the -30th
' ' day o June, A. D., 1S49. - '
W. J. HILL, Clerk
District Co'urt -Burleson
In obedience to the foregoing writ, I order
the same to be published in the Texas Ranker
for 12 weeks. C. S. WALDEN,
Sheriff Burleson Co.
Per M. M. Hitchcock, Dep. Sh'ff. 32-12t
Printer's fee 39 x,, V
AN excellent harness or work horse.
at the Ranger office.
THE undersigned takes this method of notf,
fyiug all those who are iu arrearages o
Taxes for 1846, 1 847 aud 1848, that he has been,
urgently required by the Comptroller to m,ak.e.
a close of Tax accounts, and the undersigned
will be forced to make levies and sales of prop-
erty in order to realize the Taxes due. Hav-
ing tried a sale of Lands, without effect, he
will have now to levy on personal property
and the expense of keeping it uutil advertis-
ed the proper time will greatly exceed the
laxes due. 1 his expense as a matter of course
' will fall upon the persons owning the property
I and consequently, the amount to be made in
each case will be more than three times the
amount of Taxes due. It is therefore suggest-
ed that persons owing taxes for the above
named years will save a good deal by coming
forward promptly and paying up back Taxes!
The undersigned would much prefer that
the Taxes would be paid without forcing him
to make levies, but rather than his bond should
be placed in the court he will make levies and'
spare no one who is in arrears.
E. D. LITTLE,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes,
Sept. 19, 8149. 38.lw
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Lancaster, J. Texas Ranger. (Washington, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 39, Ed. 1, Friday, October 19, 1849, newspaper, October 19, 1849; Washington, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth48758/m1/2/: accessed September 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.