Texas Ranger. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 20, Ed. 1, Monday, December 17, 1860 Page: 4 of 4
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-Je , - --77---. w . r - -breams
Vomer Strand and 22 'ree
iiE may always be Fouud awell:
S selected slock of fc, ,'
Sie latest improvements, from the best
re, consisting in part or -r l'loughs, cast
d wromrht all sizes )z harrows, told-
!od expanding: cultivators with improved
Jel teeth, corn shelters single and double.
3m mills, for hand, or horse power. Self-.
Bfrmatuiff wina-mnis, norac-powers auui
ilireshers. Mowing and Tcaping machines4?
horse andxharid hay rakes, forks, 4c ; port-
aDie nay "presses, laxesc unproved. ; gram
rcaales; briar andrasa scythes ; bay ana
"Istraw cutters, in variety. Ox yokes; bows;
bow-pins and irons; riveted leather halters;
liaines, &c. Store and wharf trncksjgai den
and dirt harrows. Force -and' lift-pumps;
garden engines. Atmospheric, thermometer
and dash churns; butter workers; ladles and
washing machines sausage cutters andstuf-
fersJard presses, Abbott's platform scales,
warranted equal to the best.
Gorfrlsing eveTytyari&y ; aregrown with
-42?6s&3ftB?iiai2n!t&& afresh and
-mitR immp. Tlpnlftrs snnnltfid nithfir in
l bulk orXpackaires fo1etajnngirshcTowst
Bailey's iron fronts and Railing ; -Halliday's
self-regulating wind mill; Wood's celebrated
mowing machine; Manny's combined reaper
and mower, with Woods improvements ;
-Harrison's force and lift-pump3, and circular
"saw adjustment, for cutting grooves of any
tdesired width ; Taw & Beer's axle grease,
sthe best article in use for wagons, buggies.
-&c, alsj general agent for sale of improv
Implements and Machinery.
VNov. 19, 1860 tf.
yAN LTEW, Vnim
AH Lijawsc 'ruayx x j
-Successors to Ayers 1 e,Tll
fSQJiFSAiiB Grqy -a1"
Texas. 6,onstantlvJofland a Sen"
flcrnrfmont nf .fifrocenes. cousistiniT in
flour, tobacco, whiskey,
m ntof woodwA'e
Orders from the coun-
Kov. 1860 fy.
2P&& Fatches, Jewliy
JOA'RUIAGEB, LEATHER, ETG.
-jfiWICK & SON, havlngmported
finr; "article of vehicle?!than has ever
tfoducedinto this macket before at
jGall aicnbak-at them. They consist of
cIosecif:ages, Jersey wagons, Ambulances,
4SlSSg Rockaways, Gigs, Sulkeys, Con-
, corJggies, &c. Allots of leather and
ner"iois; enamejea leather and cloth for
35uggy-tops; felloes, spokes, hubs; leather
mi robber belting, &c. Oct. 31, 1851 ly
r ;b s2?oi2,2
TAILOR & CLOTHIER, opposite
-JUi- too JSews i5uildmr, Market stre
jfjolreon- Wh&lettcsh U itiz, i)L 'gentfi?
JiMiKVfls hsssi xind most fashionable of season-
,iM"garments, made to order at the shortest
Epiapt.ii. O. -Baco Proprietor of the
?sJ .Southern News Depot, where all the
ites dates of New York. Boston and New
Orleans papers can be found. Periodicals,
jnagazines, Etationary, novels, iooks, charts,
jsaaticalahnanacs, Blunts' coast pilot, &c,
constantly on hand.
&ster3 of vessels leaving port can obtain
supply of papers, (gratis,) by applying
sfrthe store. Navigation taught in all its
.branches, vdth use'of instruments. Burning
iSnfd, casiphene and patent gass Manips, for
aie. Sign of American flag, Market street,
lorere H. !saw, Watchmaker and
Jeweler, -west Bide Tremont street, next
doofr to Jno Leinbach's, Galveston. Dealer
5n Watches, Clocksr Jewelry &c. Watches,
dofeks, Jewelry, of eTery description, Musi-
ftl Boxes andSiverware repaired in a work-
KUtnlike style, not to be excelled. janl860y
partiot sugar, coffjP,
isiatidies, bacon, ce, isegars,
W"cheVse. starch, better, and a
T1H"ATCIIMAKER, JEWELER, 5x
JH V and General Dealer in Watehes,ffi1y
'Jewelry and Fancy Goods, (in Moro Castie,
near iha Strand,) Tremont street, Galveston.
, Orders from the country solicited and
promptly executed. Old gold and silver taken
i n exchange. Jan. 1856. lj
CHARLES WAGNIERE, (of gekeva,)
'Clock and Watch maker, Tremont street,
opposite E. LUfford's auction store, Galves-
ioniTexas. All work guaranteed for one year.
? DniTerSai iixcliange.
j? BY ANTONIO MORGAN tj- CO.,
rpREMONT Street, opposite Tre
JL ihont House, Galveston, dealers
-in Easily Groceries of all kinds, fresh
frnits and preserves of every description.
Our restaurat and oyster saloon i3 also fitted
up in the neatest manner, wherethe best the
market affords "will be served up at all hours.
l april 59
' ?XSWVE$ J&DTIN WARE
J5-'' .FnOLESALEN4r RETAIL
t B. SHELDON, Mechanic st., between
-PSl'st an22d streets, (Galveston, Texas.
sprepared to execute all orders and job
Troikinhis lin, trith the utmost dispatch
Hejrespectfhlly solicits a share of patronago
Jjfhe city and country. Jan. '59y
WttDOW SASH, DOD?S AND JJLIKDS, BY
-- li fiJAi Lf r TFi TTT TiTTFV
OrFGkxircli Street near the Catholic Chuiclt,
jJE&ers for any work iumy line
m oe promptly executed. Sash and
dind5aMays on hand, of the following sizes
nud pops :
V ' f"rf Gte74, Bliads dp.
' " lite ..M 50
iUiii IS.. . 2 1$
JOxlC.23 3 5
12x18.32 4 00
-4QteHV.W28W. Erames and Mouldings
auiiftg jojiQ to order.
gsfgrsrepO'he 'country execulfHlirenaircd.
j?ih U!spa$ . mny S
1 'tialYesiM AArts. mmmii Aciveim rTOiQstoiianaros. nwum bi eraa university.
' G-A"5 7EST02T, TEXAS
37"EEPS ON E AJ ID choice selections
d3j. of 'Carriages,. Roekaways, Barouches,
Top'aild no top Buggies, slide-seat extension
top and Jump-seat, Concord and all other
style? of carnages "with the choicest yariety
oFRarness, both double and single, that can
beifound in any inaiket, at low prices and
oaliberal terms; and as every article is made
expressly for this establishment, persons may
feel assured of always receiving work which
may be relied upon as being com
posed of the best material, and made in the
latest and most fashionable style. janlbbOy I
(Successor to John Nolan.)
EXTElTJEAM BEFINED GilNDY;
WJLOLBSALU acid RETAIL-
IVincs, Liquoi'S, Scotcli and English Ah,
Dublin and London Pcfier;
Also, Tobacco, CigarsIusical Instruments,
Eaucy Goods, Toys, Emits, Spices, &c,
Ma rkct Street.
Opp03"ite new Ice-HonseOalveston
jafiSy Texas. "
-TtuTTlCetail dealer inEaucyaD staple
Dry Goods, Ready Made Clpng, Shoes
Boots, Hats and Caps. iCeeps constantly
on hand a good assortment of Plantation
Goods, to TYhicb he calls the attention of the
Planters. , . , . ,
ConnJ merchants will find it to their ad-
vanti to examine his stock of goods before
lasm? elsewhere. janlabUy
HOXJSE and Sign Painters, Dealers in
Paints, Oils, Yarnishes, Gold and Sil-
ver Leaf, Gilders and Artist's colors and
tools. French and American Glass of all
sizes. Tremont street, Galveston, Texas.
gST Orders from the country respectfully
October 13, 185T. ly
Anderson & Blessing Ambrotype
. and Photographic Gallery and Stock
depot, Tremont street Galveston. All styles
of pictnres taken in the latest and most ap-
proved manner. Artists -spplied with stock
and chemicals at New York Prices.
in. Doclsrvorthj Auction and
Commission Merchant, lor the sale of
Merchandize of all kinds, Real Estate, Ne-
groes, TesselSj Cargoes, etc. Sales Room
In Tremont House.
A fine, stock of Watches and Jewelry kept
constantly on hand for sale, either private or
by audiou, at lower rates than any other
easejxLtheStatex Galveston. janlSGOy
Auction ana tJoxniSiiissniir
Merchant. - Agent for pupont's
Powder, Galveston. raay os-y.
-n -jxxcnrn r c J
IIOMIISSION and Forwarding
V-Jd.erchants, and Cotton actors,
Tnlv4, 1S56. lv
AnTHUK T. LYKX. JOHN H. WILLIAMS.
f Suttcssors to H. H. Williams & Co.
SDKJAE & GOTTON FACTORS,
GrviiLia,! uommission Jilercliauts,
References: H. H.Williams, Galveston;
Warnekenj Kirchhoff, & Co., New Orleans.
GEO. T. WOOD, THOS. B. POWER,
Polk county. Galveston.
WOOD & POWER,
COTTON EACTORS, General Commis-
sion and Eorwarding Merchants, Strand,
Galveston, solicit the patronage of their
friends in the country for the sale of Produce
and execution of orders, and to which personal
attention win at all times be given.
Dec. 1855. iv
T. H. MCMAHAN. B. R. GILBERT.
T. JLT. McUASAN & GILBERT,
COTTON EACTORS, and General Gon
mssion Merchants, Strand, Galveston.
Persons sending Cotton, or other country
produce forward to our address, either for
sale or reshipmenfc to any other port, may
rely on legitimate charges only being made,
e are determined to do nothing but a le-
gitimate and straight-forward business, and
hope to merit a continuance of the very lib-
eral "patronage heretofore extended. ,
WILLIAM T. AUSTIN,
COTTON Eactor, Receiving, Eorwarding
and Commission Merchant, makes cash
advances upon all consignments to his ad-
dress, either for sale in this market, or for
re-shipment to other ports.
July 4 1856. ly
T. JIATHER & W3f. SAUNDERS, JR., 0. R. HUGHES,
Late of Hayneville, Ala. ) Galveston.
Factors, Gskseaii Comihssion,
eeceiving axd forwabding
AND COLLECTING AGENTS,
BS- Agents for D. Pratt's cotton frins. and
E. P Robinson's later M R. & to.) plan
JIC3IAHAK. T. G. SANmnn.
G. W. McMAHAW & CO,
may '59y Office on Strand, Galveston.
SOLE agent for John B. Durham's and
Wm. P. Emerson's, Grand and Square
Pianos; also, agent for Steinway & Son's.
Besides these there will always be kept on
hand, Square Pianos from
. NEWHALL. etc.,
Erench and German Cottage Pianos.
Sole agent for Prince & Co's Melodians:
also, Mason & Hamlin's, and Carpart &
All kinds of musical instruments,
Slicet Music,- & Music Books.
Music sent by mail, free of postage, on le-
ceipt or published prices.
Liberal Discount to Teachers and Deaelrs.
Wholesale & Retail.
Pianos and Musical instruments tuned and
Oct. 22. 1&G0.V Galveston. '
-Erancis D. AUexra-
m Wholesale anil' Retail
Newspaper & Periodical Depot,
Marlci sired, (next door to the Post Office,)
THE subscriber having added to his pre
vious large assortment, the entire stoclc
of Bodies of Jones, Root & Co., (late J. M.
Jones,) is now prepared to fill all orders per-
taining legitimately to the book and station-
ery business. Yiz:
Embracing a large and well selected stock of
standard, biographical, classical, historical,
scientific, religious, agricultural, poetical,
miscellaneous, fiction, masonic, spiritual
water-cure, pnrenoiogicai, mecuanicai,
nnrpa frn.vpls rinmpsf.in cennnmv r.o.X"
A ' cnlnni;, occu-tmnnf nf I'lncled BOOlvS
consisting in part of Anualbum5' Port"
A "reat -rariet of Children's Books,
annm? TJfoeksrtiper Dolls, etc., etc.
-K.rmw aww5 'iDai comes unuer tncr neau oi
" w 2jri. j .!.. -n. t n -o
JLJf &i i-V- V
Blank and Mercantile uooks of tne best
Bibles and Testaments.
Episcopal and Catholic Prayer books and
hymn books generally.
School books and school stationary of all kinds
Comprising, amoug others, the follow! uh ar-
Bills of Lad-
ing, blotting pa-
per, pads and sand,
composition and copy
books, chalk crayons,
cash boxes, card cases,
dominoes, dream books, dice,
expeditious calculators, engrav
ings, expense books, envelop box-
es, hasp boxes, iuks, (black, blue,
red and blue-black,) ink-stands and
erasers, India rubber and bones, indel-
ilble ink and pencils, ivory folders, India ink,
ivory tablets, lead pencils (of all colors,) let-
ter boxes, etc., with thousands of other things
too numerous to mention.
Music A large assortment of the very latest.
The most extensive lot of cheap Publications
in the btate. New ones by every steamer.
Writing Desks, prints, cards, chess, dominoes,
etc.,etc ; together with all kinds of stock
to be found in a general Book Store.
All the Publications of Eowler & Wells,
for sale, wholesale and retail.
JGS5 Subscriptions received, and single
copies for sale of the leading Magazines and
Newspapers of the day.
BSy All orders promptly attended to, and
Books sent by Mail, post-paid, on the iccep-
tion of advertised prices by the subscriber.
Jan '59y ERANCIS D. ALLEN.
At JVcio York and Boston prices.
ALSO Harps, Guitars, Yiolins, Double
"Rnsspc: Rnninc "Vfnlinnnllno "fnc?i
-1. Basses, Banjos, Yiolincellos, Musiu
The largest selection of
-i!e-S4&t A-libeml distjounc to teuebtra-
Catalogues free on application.
AUG. SACHTLEBEN'S Music Store.
Jan 1860y Tremont Street, Galveston.
A. C. CRAWPOH
Crockery. Ciiina and Glassware,
Willow audWoodeii Ware, &c, &c,,
Iran Building, Strand, Galveston, Texas.
OULD invite the attention of House-keepers, Plan.
iu.a, iiuu purcnasers gencrauy, to jiu large stock
of Goods, mostly of hL, own importation. rons?t-
ing,in part, of
TVMte Granite Clilna AVarc,
A fiul and complete assortment, newr Etyles.
WLIte and. richly decorated Dinner Tea. and Toilet wire
in seta and separate jOrnamenti, Vases, Motto Mugs, Card
Crystal and flint, Cnt and Preston ware, for Table, Ear and
General use; Lamps, Globe3, Shades and Chimneys, Lan-
terns, Hall and Sido Lamps, Confectioners Jars, Bar Tum
biers, Beer JIngs, necanters, Ac. s
Kerosene Oil Lamp?,
Unrit ailed in beaUtyrSiniplicHy, and Economy. A full sup
ply of Rcflncd Kerosene Oil always oi 'band.
Assorted Crates of tVoefccry.
direct from the Staflordshiro Pottcnes, England; packed with
a special view to the requirements of the Countrv Trad.
which will be sold at Northern Jobbing Prices by Uie orig
Common Stono "Ware,
Batter Jar?, 5111k Pans, Churns, Pitchers, Jugs, Jars, Stovo
i luce, civ. cic., .
ChildrcnB' Wafffrons. Cabs. Gicsacd Chiirsr Clolhes. irarko!
and Travolhng Baskets; Broomnnd Brushes, all descriptions;
rviiiuLi vuicr-5, iuuhjng AJii-sca, cic.
Brass and Iron bound Cedar Tubs. Churns, Pail', ri?gms
Painted Tubs and Backets, Oak 'Hell Buckets, covered Pais,
Sliver Plated "Ware.
A large assortment Tea and CoiTce setst CastflsfTTnmr Ice
Pitchers, Goblets, Cups, Jlolasseg Cans, Egg Boilers, Waiters,
Cako Baskets, candle Bticks, Ladles, Spoons, ForkB Knives
Planished and Japanned IVarc.
CliaCng Dishes, Urns, coffee and Tea Pots, Jelly Mould, Toi-
let Waro Water coolers, cash, deed, cake and Spice Boxes,
Lanterns, Ice cream Freezers, Waiters, etc,
Table and Pocket Cntlcry.
A fine assortment of Ivory, Buck, Ebony, Bone 'and coco han-
dle Knives amd Forks, carvers and forks Pocket and Pen
Frcnciniul Ornamental Clocks.
Great variety. Sil er Call Bells, etc.
Propelled by machinery. Dolls, a larcro assortment. Tov
Tea Sets, etc
Fire crackers. Sky Rocket3, Wbecls.Serpcnts, etc., m season.
put up In Email metaiic packages; ivarrantcdto give satisfac-
tion m price and quality.
Ilonsc Keeping Artltlcs
of every day use in every family, usually kept by similar cs-
iSJ-Ordcrg from the country promptly attendod to and
Goods Carefully Packed. .April 10, j . .
FASHIONABLE Boot and Shoe Manu-
facturer, and Dealers in rcadr-made
Gentlemens, Ladies and Childcrns Shoes,
SyOrdcrs from the Country promptly
attended to. april 1859y
CT C. Ju. Asclioffj Drug-
cist and chemist, wholesale
and retail dealer in Drugs, Medi-
cines, paints, perfumeries, &c, Gal-
veston, Texas. Prescriptions ac-
curately prepared. I warrant my
drugs to be pure, fresh and genu-
ine. Orders piomptly filled, aud
satisfaction guaianteed. april 1859
J L TOlirKIXS.
G L ilACMUKPnV.
Tompkins & Macmiirphy,
General Commission Merchants,
Nov. 19, 1SG0 ly.
GnlicMon. '1 C as.
W. S. OLDHAJI. y BEN. IT. DAVIS.
Attorneys mil Counselors at Law,
jv BRtNDiS.3L TEXAS.
August 10, lSGtf.y
J. C. & P. F. CUP
'ORNErS and Councilors atTa
LvrRrnniinm Wneiiinnrm !oiintv Texas
Will practice in the 3rd udicial jiistrict,
and in the SnprcKC and Inderal Courts.
May lSGO.y. jj&
t-li."","""i iiuouiu-. ,- .-.: . .
S. SWF.PAR11. A." 4 G.TV. KERBY,
A TTORNEYJTSELORS AT
A LAW. BrenKft Texas: will practice
in the3id Judlciiudtrict, and in surrounding
counties: also in J-Inderal ana supreme
courts. August ;5S-ly.
o. A. NORWOOD.
Mc Adoo -fc"!?Sorwoocl.
TTOREYS and Counselors at Law,
WashingtonjLVxas. Will piactice in
Washington, and surioundmg counties.
Sept. 12, 1857-y.
A TTORlSTEY3 and Counselors atJLaw,
jlSl. Brenham, Jlexas. oct. 13, '5o.Jy
W. P. ROGERS. JAUES WILLIE.
ROGEIBS & WILLIE,
Attorneys at hnw,
March, lS59.y TEXAS.
W. C. SHEPPARD, '
Attorney at Law.
Late of Madison. County.
Uncollecting attended to promptly.
May '60. y
J. T. EJSRGTJSON",
Attorney at Law,
JOSS"- Prompt attention paid to the collec
tion of debts. June 2i, IS08
P. n. SWEARINGEKT,
Attorney & Counselor at ltsvw3
OHAPPELL ILILL TEXAS.
References Dr. C. A. Beard, Xew Or-
leans: R. H. Rivers, Florence, Ala.: McMa-
han & Gilbeit, E. B. Nichols & Co., J. B. &
G. A.Jones, Galveston. March 1859
G. W. CRAWFORB.
Crawford & Allen.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Washington,
JlX. Texas. Will also attend to all kinds
of Land business. Octr. 21 1S59 tf.
B. B. SEVT.
V. E. PETTEY.
Attorneys at Law,
March 1S60. y. texas.
CHAS. A. HARRIS, CHS. T. KVV.VNAUGH.
Harris k Karanaii?li5
A TTORXEYS and Counselors at Law,
-Lj3elMllo, Austin County, Texas'. Will
pracpoo-'i--i-itTrrjyvashington, and adjom-
lntr Counties. Prftmnf. nttPiitinn ntiirl tn tlin
collection of clnitfs iay isgo.
?,i. Q.il$vbvv? r-
ep-- tTiuticiar uis-
and in the
nreme ana icaerai
Courts of Austin an
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
D. JollUSOn5 Commissioner of Deeds
o for all the States, and Life Insurance
Agent. JSSfOfficc in 'Moro Castle," oppo-
site R. & D. G. Mills, Strand Street, Gal
veston. May 1860.
2sTovr 1854.tf Texas.
Drs. Heard & Welch,
Galveston, Office on Ti emont Street.
WILL practice in every branch of their
profession . Particidar attention will
be given to the treatment of chronic diseases,
medical and surgical. Prom Dr. Heard's
extensive experience, and familiarity with
the diseases pcculia. to the South, he would
ventureto hope for success in -their jnanage-
ment oh th& part of those Who may consult
Drs. Gnlick Wat&iiis & Co.
EESPECTFULLYxiunounce to the citi-
zens of Brenham and vicinity, that hav-
ing located in this place, they tender them
their professional services. They may be
found, when not piofessionally absent, at
their Drug Store, where their personal at-
tion will be given to the sale and dispensing
of medicines. Also to preparing family med
icines and putting up prescriptions.
Y. A. LALLIER, D. D. S.
Has permanently lobitcil in Drcnliani. nnil woulil repect.
fully tender lu I'rofcswonul str icea-lo all persons that re-
quire his Dtntal skill. AH Dental operations cuinntctd to
g he satisfaction Artificial Dentures on band. Teeth In-
serted on short notice Kooin IV. Xorria' nuIlding"ovcr 1'ost
BijTiJLNCfs Dr. J T. .N rris, 3Ir. J P. Prcslty, Brcn
ham, Ttas, Drs. Hawcott, Brjuut, Acreo and Weon of
Memphis, Tinn. April 27, tf.
Xj. Q-OJL333."to3?r? 13. D. S.
WOULD lespectfully inform the citizens
of Washington and adjoining comities
that he has returned to "Washington, and de
signs making the town of Washington a per
manent location lor a senes ot years. All
operatious pertaining to dentistry, perfoimed
in the most skillful maimer. Persons lequir-
mgmy sen ices that live m adjoining counties
can be served at thair residences by address-
ing me at Waslungton. May 11, 185. tf.
Thomas Alyea & Co.,
Wholesale antl Retail Dealers
PARLOR, OFFICE & COOK-STOVES
ALSO, Manufacturers of all kinds of Tillj
Copper and SluTt-Iron Ware.
Sep. 2S, '00 y Brenham, Texas.
MERCHANT TAILOR, CIJ IPPELI. HILL, TEXAS.
FINE Cloths, Cabsimcrcs, Testings and
Trimmings, together with an assortment
of superior ready-made clothing, of his own
manufacture, on hand. All oideis in his hue
atteuded to with despatch, and satisfaction
given. April 27, 3ij5. ly
Hnirll Slierre'U, Carpenter and Build-
er, Brenham, 'i'oxas. Will promptly
work accoiding fofr&ntrnct.
b'-plomuei o. IS.'jO tf
-Island City House,
ADJOINIXG THE COUHT HOUSE SQUARE,
inWoplirorthlf reception iJtspk ,
p of transient and permanent aSi"!!
hoarders, wheie they "will hnd
isant looms, elhcient serv-
antsorid a table nresentinjr the dehcacies of
the seasbbvvith the best the market affords.
An agentS. trusty servants will be at
the wharf on the"Vnival of each steamer, to
convey the baggag of passengers vho may
wish ta sojourn at thisSiouse.
Jnly, 1856. ly
Josepli AjTeSj Proprietor
THE above well known House has lj
been thoroughly repaired and new-
ly furnished with all the latest improvements.
The Proprietors do not hesitate in saying it
shall be conducted on principles such as will
insure the comforts of its guests.
The Table will be supplied with the deli
cacies the market affords. A share of public
patronage is solicited. may 'oS.y
npHE above house has been thoroughly
JL overhauled and renovated during jm,
frio. nncf. enTTiTnnr All npppssnTO- rp- 5"eS
pairs have been effected. The prcm-
ises have been painted throughout, and fitted
with new and fashionable furniture. In short,
no expense has been spared in providing for
the comfort of its guests. It was opened
on the 10th of October last. -
Oct. 19. Proprietor.
B. J. Hadlet, Proprietor, re-
spectfully infonns his friends and
the pubhc that he has enlarged and other
wise improved his house, and promises the
best fare and comfort, and is prepared to
make his country customers and others feel
at home. In connection with the house is a
stable and excellent ostlers.
June 1851 ly
Old Capitol Hotel,
3IATJS- STBEET, HOUSTON, TEXAS.
Dr. Karii, Proprietor,
Successor to ThorvJon Thatcher, Eeq.
THIS old and favorite Hotel has
been leased, thoroughly renova
ted and refurnished, and the piopnetor
is now ready to accommodate the traveling
community, and flatteis himself that he an
give entire satisfaction to all who may favor
him with a call. The ladies' rooms are large
and well furnished. Baggage conveyed to
the cars and steamboats free of
A. watchman on duty all night,
j3C o 1QC&. ip s "& &b cSL 7
1 fTARTiy K. SXELL, late proprietor of
aiaw eu XEuubu . iuicniiis-his x
nmrtTrtrjeQds, and former patrons,
that V.Jaafej. i ,. .. ,,, - n ,
at Hempstead, directly opposite theRajhmt
Depot, where he is now prepared to entertain
the 'ffreat traveling
public,' with the best the
January 1858. tf
rHE undersigned respectfully in-"p
forms the traveling community, Jnjf
that she has thoroughly repaired and fitted
ap her house in Cameron, and is prepared to
entertain all who may call on her.
Her tablo will be supplied with the best
the country affords, and the stableswell fill-
ed with provender. An attentive hostler
employed. MRS. HARMON. .
HAYING been greatly enlarged and en-
tirely refitted by the proprietor, is now
ready to receive visitors. Every ittention
paid to guests to render them comfortable and
at ome. The stables shall at all times be
supJed with provender and attentive ostlers.
J. Y, MA.XALXG.
April 2?, 1855.
T N METIS well known house is still
JL kept by the oldTexian "WalliceJIjI
Hood, at Independence, Washington
county, where he will always be pleased to
receive the patronage of his friends and the
public generally. janlSGOy
D. CRHMPLER, Proprietor, re-
spectfully announces to the citizens
of Brenham, and the traveling public that he
has purchased the ''Connor House" establish-
ment, which he has thoroughly renovated and
refitted in a comfortable manner. His table
is fnrnished with the best the market affords,
and he assnres his patrons that no pains or
expense will be spared to make them comfort-
able. He solicits patronage. declGy
LA GKAXGE, TEXAS.
A GOOD stable with plenty of
-t,JL provender, and attentive ser-
vants, may be found at this house.
Morning' Star Hotel.
nPHE Proprietor informs his friends
-a- and the traveling public, that jjyj
he is putting up the above house m a"
comfortable manner, and is prepared to
accommodate all who may call on him.
March y. . JAMES KOLAlSr.
GREAT EXCITEMENT I !
Trcmenduous Rebellion Money to Lend.1!
NOTWITHSTANDING the advance in
the price of Turpentine, the subscriber
is piepaied at all times to do all kinds and
; aiieties of Glossing, Graining, Paper Hang-
ing, House, aud Sign Painting, &c, &c, on
the principle that ' 'a. nimble sixpence is bet
ter than a slow shilling. He will always be
found at his post, Accommodating as a Jew
cleik, aud doing woik cheaper than the cheap-
est. S TVTCA'N -
Brenham Aug. 10 lSGO.y I
T)RINT1NG of all descriptions executed
X with neatness and dispatc'. Blanks:
of the latest and most approved lorms con-
stantly on hand. Enquire at the Texas
t& LALE DEPARTMENT
Rcv.'ufus C. Bwleson, a. m., Presndeut
and -Professor of Ancient and Spanish Ian-
T?b. Dad R. Wallace, A. M., Professor
of Natural Science and the Ercnch language
Rev. Richard B. Burleson, A. M., Pro-
fessor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, and
Mr. O. H. Leland, A.B., Professor of
M&thematics and Astronomy .-
Mr. Jas. L. Smith, Principal of Prepara
tory Department. -
Hon. Jas, Shepard. 1
This Institution is m a flourishing condi-
tion 213 students are reported in the last
Catalogue, the faculty, discipline and health
of the University, are all unsurpassed by any
young Institution m America.
Tuition in the Primary Department, $26 00
a year. " jut
Tuition in the College, 5 0,0
Librarv and Incidental fee,- , 5 00
Board in excellent families, from $10 Jo $12
The Literary Department commences exe:
eja-ai? the 1st February, and the Law V
partment on tne iotn ot June. -
Por other particulars see Catalogue, or ad-
dress Pres. Rtjfus C. Burleson,
Pcb. 58. y Independence, Texas.
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B. F. RUCKER,
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DRUGGIST,
ILL contiBue the business "as usual,
and keep constantly
on hand a large and- well
selpcted stock of drags, med-
icines, paints, oils, dye-stuffs,
perfumer', and patent medi-
cines of all kinds, from the
best and most approved es-
tablishments. A large and well-selected s'.ock of BOOKS,
embracing all the latest polications of the
day, with a good assortment of standard
works, always on hand. Stationery of every
kind, comprising blank books, paper, &c.
FEERY STBEET, "WASHINGTON, TEXAS.
CTTM. BROWjhLMiinujhctnrer of all kinds
7 ? 5 :1m, Uoppcr antl bhceLJxPSS
"71 keep constantly on hand a large assort-
ment of goods in my line of business, which I
will warrant unsurpassed by any work in the
State, and sell at the lowest prices. &-
All kinds of building work done, such as-
Tin Roofs, Guttering and Spouting.
Prom loug experience in the above branch-
es of business, I feel assured that I will give
entire satisfaction to all those who may favor
me with their orders.
I have on hand a fine assortment of the
justly celebrated "Peacock PIouglif" of tha
best qualityat low price?.
-?- Myrtcrms are Cisn, or City accept-
ance? may 1808-y
nPHE undersigned are prepared to furnish
JL any quantity of their chartable lumher
at their circular saw Mill, 2 mues East of
Washington in Montgomery county, at $15
per thousand feet, Cash.
- FARQTJHAR & SHANNON.
TO THE PUBJLIC.
X -AM nowpreparcd, at Pleutitude, in An
i derson County, Texas, 8 miles north of
ra!estine,tto manufacture a quantity of Cot-
ton Gins and Corn Mills of the latest and
most approved style, and made of the best
materials, and by experienced workmen. ,1
feel satisfied that my Gins will not be surpass-
ed for quantity and fineness of Hut by any saw
Gins now made, and where there is good
gear and team my mills will give satisfaction.
Both mills and gins warranted to perform
well, and will be delivered to purchasers at
short notice; my terms and prices are reason-
able. Contracts may be made with my
traveling agents. Por further particulars ad-
dress JOHN BILLTJPS,
Plentitude, Anderson County, Texas
Repairing done with the best material
and at short notice.
John G. EJiapp, is my authorized agent
at Brenham. Specimens can be seen at his
store, and contracts made with him attended!
to. J. B.
February 14, 1S5T. 47tf
ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES
Galveston mail, via Houston and Chappell
Hill, arrives daily at 9jP jr. Departs daily
at 8 a jt .
Western mail, arrives- daily at 1 61 p ji
Departs daily at 3 rfii.
Eastern mail, via Washington, arrives Sun-
day, Wednesday and Friday,-at 12 p. ir.
Departs same daysat 11 p. sr. . A
ueparts same daysa
RicJtmond mail, via San Felipe and Bell- k
vijle, arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat- jn
urclays at G p. sr. Departs, Mondays, Wed-
ue&uuyts uuuuMiuuys at u a. m.
Austin nnail, via Day's, and Evergreen,
arrives Saturdays at 3 p. h. Departs, Mon
days at o aIji.
Canuron wad, via Caldwell, arrives Thurs
days at 6 p. y. Depart&Mondays at G a. jt.
Gcorsplqwn mad, via Yagua and Lexing-
ton, arrives Tuesdays 6 p. m. Departs Thurs-
days GjA. sr.
Waco mail, via Long Point and Caldwell,
arrivestMondays and Thursdays at 6 p il
Departs, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 a,i.
PyBsern mail close3 Q o'clock, P. M.
western man closes i o'clock if. AL
Huston maiL closes 9 o'clock P. M.
EHi !No nnnHuiattcr dcliyercd on Sunday
'Sfter 9 o'clockn flic morping, except on the
arrival oi mans, viicn mc omce wm oe open-
ed for one hour. J. P. PRESSLEY,
T'OlS L.3.J03f ,
Subscrintion for one year, $S OtJ; six
months $2 0Q; three months $1 25;.in -ad-
vance thosanot paying in advance," will be
charged 4. in six months, or 5 atthe- end
of the year. Payment within two months
from the reailinsr of the first nnmhen. will
, be conSere m advance. Twocopie3 one-
year, d UU m advance. i.ny vms aeuuwg
us-five paying subscribers, Tnii be-iurnisliea
a copy gratis.
Jfo subscription taken for a less time
than one year unless a special understand
ing is made with the publisher.
io paper win ne aist;uuuuue(u'-icAteyuuu
the option of the publisher) until all aru
rearages are paid.
All dues to this office may be remitted per
mail in good, available Bank notes at tha
risk of the Editor. ??"
One dollar per square cf ten lines, or less,.
for the first insertion, and nfty cents for eacf
subsequent insertion, if paid in advance
not, fifty per cent wilh be- added
amount. Longer advertisements'
same proportion. To those who
,Wv the year,. areasonable 4e5t
i auvxeruips wiiJBSvaiaue, pcux
pavments aremafe quarterTy in
No advertisements Tvill be charged by tbj
year unless aspeciaLnnderstanding is mada
with the publisher: anathev will also m
require to confine then: advertisements strui
ly to one branch of busfness; and any al
vertisement from a yearly advertiser, not ciT
rectly appertaining to the business referred
to in his yearly advertisements, will Jbe
The number of insertions requlrednust be
stated or marked on, the advertisement, or
they will be inserted untit ordered" out, and
charged for accordingly.
Kb advertisement will bet. discontmued,'
until all arrearages are paid, excepfcat the;
option of . the publisher.
Professional cards, (per annum;) of fir
lines or less, $10 in advance, or 12 if pa
ment be delayed. - 4'
No deduction'made for yesrlyiatlTertrs
meiits wjien necessarily omitted. -"-
Announcing candidates for StateJ D
trict orLegislafnre, $10; for coun$1, w
able in advance if paymentbe"a'elayld, 0
per cent will be added to the amounfc
All personal matters, when admissjp,
will be charged double the rates" of' aorv
Itisiug. - .
Calls on persons to beetmeicandKte8,
will be inserted as other dvertsemen to
be paid iuxevery instance in adVanca
All oblfnariesand tributes" of respt exv
ceeding eight lines, charged forasadvises
ments, . -T
Editorial notices calling-attention-' adv
vertisements, or -promotive o fudvnal in
terests, will be chargeci donble tfferftes of
All advertisements, the pnJbli'lion of
whifh is required by law, must b paid lof J
in advance. ,
Political, persoual, and businessxiommnniv ,
cations promotive of individnalujerest, will
be chargcoj&me as adverlSients: and
ni-vf: ri.vBast AppnTnnfT
ilating fess 0!
j-- Sue. 22. " That in all cases where s
citation or other process, required to he-
served by publication m a newspaper, tho-
officer, whose duty it may be to make such
service, shall be furnished with the printer's
fee. for such publication, before be shall b&
required to have such, service made.73.
Those who apply for credit for subscript
tion, advertisements 'or joh workTwiil ho
required at the time to give their notes for
the amount, as we keep no regular Fook of
The Editor, in returning his best acknow
ledgements to his friends, for the preference
so fully extended toward "she hanger estab
lishmeut, would remind the public- that he ha3
determined to devofe his whole time fo the.
management of his office.
Job work executed withneatnesg and des
patch, and at low rates, which musv Be paid
on delivery. r
Having secured the aid of ableassisiance,
he is prepared to fill quickly, and m a satis
factory manner,any order whclihe publla
may favor himv
In handsome execution and Tieatness of
work, "the banger" office shall not be excel
IccLby any one in Texas.
THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS.
1. Subscribers who do not gCveexpress
notice to the contrary, are considered wish-
ing-to continue their subscriptions.
2. If subscribers order the discontinuencg
of their papers, the publisher may continue
to send them till all that is due be paid.
3. If subscribers "neglect or refuse
take their papers from the q
tueyare directed, theyarjmjld respoi
nntif they have sirHfeOrtneir bills and ord?
their papers discontinued.
4. If subseribersremovc to other places
wituout informing thfr publishers, and thi
paper Is sent to the -former direction, thei
are held responsible
5. The Courts fiavedeided, that rei
mg to take a paper or periodica! ircn21
ofiice, or removing and leaving it nncaS
for. if? PRIMA TTAPTR PVirlonon nF fi.on,i
Judf e Thompson, of Indiana, decided re
cently, "That where a snhscriber to a periv
odical failed to notify the editor to. discos
tinue the paper at the end of the time io
which he subscribed, or pay up the arreara
ges. he was bound for another year."
Important to Postmasters.-For tht faforv
mation of the Postmasters of our Stateo
a snlject of which a very large majoritjaf
wiein appear wuouy ignorant, we will state.
that Postmasters arc required by law to no ,
tify publishers, by letter, whentheirpapera '
are refused or not called for by persons tq
whom they are sent; and to give the reason
of such refusal, if known. It 13, also, their
duty to frank all such letters. If sthey fail
to attend to these things, " they are respon-
sible for the payment of tho "subscription
money for such papers.
Agents for tiie Ranger.
The following gentlemen arc authorized
act as agents for this paper.
W. R. Jarmon, Esq.,
Rfc D. Johnson, (Esq.
Landy Shocmakc, Esq.k
Tho's. P, AycocV2.
Mr. Lucius Btrfiietr,
J. hrJhsfc, Esq.
ii Vn -intwttiir?-i r" -- a
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Ragsdale, S.G. Texas Ranger. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 20, Ed. 1, Monday, December 17, 1860, newspaper, December 17, 1860; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth48855/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.