The Western Texan (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 6, 1854 Page: 4 of 4
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a HUSTON AKD J. M. SMifH.
Publtthtrs rmtf Proprietors
SuWfij.ii.tn Tiro 1IT.ir per annum Jn odvunco
i lnar Ami n l.nll if ptilti In six months or thrco
npIUri irtMii rmld miiil the rxplratlun of Hie year
One dollar nnd twnnty-liv crm fur six moutln.
i:at:h or AnviM'Tisivr;:
Tor each 'it-are. of i Ight tinei nonpareil or
'! III!'' blUt'ilT fiM! illSftftloil - - -
lEiiih AnLaojticiil iiHfrtlf.u
Atlr throe months .
ftuMitei cards ten It tie nr ! pr milium
For fix mouth
X'uf ilir months
One column chancubb 0.1111 1 it ily prr j car
Half tin tin t0
t)unrtir itn .! ..
Ail except le-.-:tl advcrmemonls.h-in'hd in without
Iwlrig mart.nl Willi tb munhT of un-riion de-ired
nil bo continued till otherwise ordoioJ uud charged
Mi ihC llb'ltC MtCS.
AiiiuimiceHifjiN of emiiiihiie for oftec.fivu dollars.
Political tircular. and cgromiiiiit iitifwnf u rrivnie
or pergonal tialurr will be charged nl the rnuc rales
h fljrt'rli-f'r"' "'
E7I coinmuiiicnlion.nr adv rtUeineiit.of an abu-
lire chaructcr will be Inserted in unr columns on any
Under tlio postage law (which went into
force on thu 1st of October 1852) the postage
on The Whstkun Tj:xan is only thiitccn
cenU a year to any part of the State of Tcxntfj
out of tlio State and to any pail of the Union
only twenty-sLv cents a cuf:---iu both cn$yr
to bo paid cjtinrtcilv or annually ni JvaT'f
It'Ciroulatcff Jrtc Within ."U mi. Bf office off
ptiblfcatloiViibthe-VOonnlv of ljc.nr. j0
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How sacittl and how innocent
A country life mmai h
How freo from tumult ili-curitcnt
From flattery or feai.!
This was the ilrnt and happiest life
When man enjojed himself
Till pride exchanged pence for strife
And happiness for pelf.
'Twas here the poets were inspired
Hero taught tlio multitude ;
The brayotbey hero with honor fired
And civilized the t tide.
That golden age did entertain
No passion but of lovo;
Thethoughts of ruling and of gtin
Did ne'er their fancies move.
Them that do covet only rest
A cottage will suffice:
It Is not brave to bo possessed
Of earth but to despi.se.
Opinion isthe rate of things
From hence our peace doth flow j
I have a hotter f.ite than kings
Because I think it m.
When all tho stormy world doth loar
How unconcern'! am 1 1
I cannot fear to tumble lower
Who never could bo high.
Secure in these urn-mud w.tlls
I think not on the state
And pity no man's rase thai f.ilN
From his ambition's weight.
Silence and innocence an- safe;
A heart that's nobly tine
""'At all these little arts ran Inugh
That do tho world stibdit"!
Dr. FranUliii'H .11 oral Code.
The great American jihito&opber audslates-
man Benjamin Franklin drew up the follow-
ing list or moral virtues to which ho paid
constant and earnest attention and tliereby
made himself a better and u bnppior innn:
Tcmpcrancc. Kat not to fulness; diiuk
not to elevation.
Silence. Speak not but what maj benefit
others or yourself; avoid Irilliugrnuvvrsajiuu.
Order. JM all your things have their
places; lot each put of your business have
Jisohdion. Itcsohc fo perfiirin whilewr
youonght; perform without fuil what on
Frugality Make noexpensr hut do good
to others or yourself; waste nothing
Industry. oc no time ; be always em-
ployed in something ihiful; cut olf nll'muie-
Sincerity. I'so no hurtful deceit ; think
innocently and justly; and if jiou speak
Justice. Wrong none by doing injui ies or
omitting tho beneflls thatnic wuir duty.
Moderation. Avoid extremes ; fuiboar re-
Cleanliness Suffer no uneleanliness in
body clothes or habitation.
Tranquillity. Bo not disturbed about
trifles or at accidents common or mint oidable.
Humility. Hmitato Jesus Christ
Education. Tho following brief and beau-
tiful passage is taken fiom an artielo in Frn-
xicr's Magazine : "Kducation docs not com-
mence with tho alphabet. It begins with a
mother's look with a father'. nod of appro-
bation or sign of reproof with il sister's gen-
tle pressure of the hands or a brother's no-
ble act of forbearance with handful of flow-
era in green daisy meadows with biid's nests
admired but not touched with rm-pingauts
and almost imperceptible emmets w itli hum
tting bee and glass beehive with pleasant
walks in shady hm? and with thnughK di-
rected in sweet and l;mdl tone4 and woid.
to nature to beauty to acts of bn u!eniv.
to deeds of virtue and to the source ( f all
gool to God himself"
Management. 'I ho true secret of sucrcss
in lifo lies in tho use wo make of tin means
bj which wo am surrounded. He who with
. V j "rl -'.-f-- jnrd dollar sils down in
despair bccaiitfo no docs not poess a tn'ous-
and is likely to grow KKuer n be kioms ol-
der. Adapt yourself to your situation. in i j
whatever may be your railing if ou iyVirk
with assiduity success is eci tain. Play your
part well honestly to yourself and to tho
world. Generally speaking one half the fai-
lures in lifo result from inattention to tiitles
which fact will forcibly bring to mind tho ob-
servation of Franklin to sae 'tlie pennies
and tho dollars will take rare of themselves."
The prudent careful economical man is rare-
ly in want. On the contrary we find him
Burroundcd by plenty and nfu-u i'uxinnst in
works of charity. Just to himself hois kind
to others. They are tho best members of so-
ciety who know how to govern themMlvos.
Words.- uWords break no bones" says
an old proverb; true they do nut ; it would
be well if their power were limited to such
fractures; they do infinitely worse: they
Vbreak hopes which may hao been the life ami
louruhment oi a young heart they throw a
pioeniug coin over mo uigu npirauousoi
iny a bright and noble sp.rit they scerlho
Ii tic woven threat I s ot aiiection that wero
By deemed all-enduring and immortal and
Lbrcak (perhaps irremediably) many a
r ana. inibung ueari ior neaiis can
I I'vfit lirntfftnK livn nti " ft ml time llntt
Lbruises and wouuds that the balm of
&lone can heal.
lie Duchess of Praslin said : (Tho
vife ts to become tho friend the part-
nftoiaiiou oi ner nusoaun io eiu-
jdren. to direct all the household
sate tl o threetnissions ol woman
If she doen not fill 111 them bhe
-in klie is deserving of no eon-
i U a useleBH and dcsnicible be
ku whoso only omtpat'on is to
to gamble and to idle away
ticcky Wilson's CourUhlp.
"Oh. now Becky do tell us all about it?"
rf!4 the gallp.
"'Bout what?11 eca slid
"Why about j our courtship" sea the calls.
"Shaw" fees boo turning away her head
and blushing dreadflil "you had better tell
yjuT 0WH courtships yourselves I reckon."
"yes but nono of us ever had any bows
Dicky and you'a a married woman. Come.
now td tell us all about It. I do lovotohear
about coui tin' .io much" bcs Betsy Bowers.
"Oh. yes Becky do tell us."
Wrtli ta llitb. nftf.. m niuiiit 1am1 nf
blushiu' and twistin' about "I'll tell you all
ii vii. nvn I'vnii u.tv. klVUL UIUI VI
how it was if that'll satisfy you."
"Well now" scs the galls all getting round
her ho they could hear good.
"Well" sea Becky putting an emphasis on
about every other word "John ho cum to
owcr house to eo inc." alio scs. turning away
her lied and kind o'looking down sideways
under her arm. "Fool ! he better go to see
his Felf I reckon. ( Gracious knows I didn't
care nothiti' 'bout hirn."
"Well" scs the galls.
"Well John he Red he lore d me. Foolf
better love his sen L reckon."
"Oh that's so funny" scs the
"Shaw:" Becky. Ml won.1
"Oh yen U- rt
f Kirt)W.')fcn Hiit unuiu tu uib iiuinin out of
"Oh ohl" scs all the galls "do go on
Becky." . '
"'J'hen John he ax'd mother if hemoughn't
have inc. Fool 1 belter have his self I reck-
on." "Well" savs Urn galls.
"Well mother she got kind o'flustraled and
sed yes. Fool I sbo better mind her own bis-
ncHH. I reckon"
"And then what?"
1 lieu John he ax'd daddy if ho moughn't
have me; and daddy ho got kind o'flustrated
too and sod yes too"
'ThuCtt tho sort of daddies" scs the galls
rubbiu1 their hands.
"Then mammy she went to town and got
a white frock for mo and white gloves to put
on my hands for me to bo married to John.
Hem fool she better bo married to him her-
self I reckon
"Well" ses tho jjalls "go on Becky!"
"Shaw now I ain't a gwiuo to tell you no
mote about it so 1 uiu't.
"Oh yes Becky do go on? Oh do tell us
all about tho weddin' Becky? that's a good
"Oh hush galls 'bout such nonsense."
"Oh do now that's a good soul 1"
"Well bimeby tho nreacher-man be cum
to ower house and a whole heap of people to
marry inc. Fools I thoy great deal better
staid home I reckon. Gracious knows I didn't
want to see 'em."
"Never mind Becky go on."
"Well then John ho cum to tako mo up
to tho preacher-man for to bo married. Fool!
I never did feel so mad and then Oh shaw
galls 1 can't tell any more"
"Oh yes go on Becky."
"Well then the preacher-man ho ax'd mo
if I would have .John to be my lawful hus-
band. I km fool! better have him his self
I reckon. And then shaw galls I xeonH
tell an) more!"
"Oh do Ilecky. Now your jest comin' to
tho interesting part. Oh do tell us the rest
"Well. I never sed nothin and tho preacher-man
ho sed I miifat have John to bo my
uusiiaim wuen no was hick ana wucn no was
well ami when he was better or worser and
rich and poor and love him and stick to him
and iiiiud him and. Lord only knows what a
heap of things; aim then ho sed. people what
he put together it was again tho law for any
body to take a part; and so I was married
haul and fast tlio fu.st thing I knowed to
"Well what then Becky 7" scs the galls
getting nunc and moio inteiestedalt tho time.
"Why then tlio preacher-man he went
homo and then nil tho fellers cum a pullin
and ballin me and kissiu ine and Mpiocziu me
and sieh other carryings on as they did cut
up. Fools! they gieat deal better kissed
their own selves I leckon."
"Goon Becky tell us all about it?" scs
"Well then after they all went awayJohn
he Oh shawl" scs she "I ain't gwiuo
to tell you not another word more. When
you git married youiselvcs you'll knoa' nil
about it 1 reckon." Western Continent.
Speaking of bed bugs a friend of ours who
'put up' at the Kalamazoo House tolls tho
following "strong one:'
"You see I went to bed pretty all-fired
used up after a hull day on the old road be-
fore tho plank was lain calkalatiu' cu a good
snooze. Waal just as tho shivers began to
ceaso olf I kinder felt suthin' tryin' to pull off
my shirt and diggen their feet under the small
of my hick to get a good hold I wiggled nnd
twisted and twisted and doubled and pucker-
ed all no use kept agoin' it like sin. Bimo-
by got up and struck a light to look around a
spell found about a peck of bed bugs scatter-
ed around and more droppin'olf my shirt and
ruunin' down my logs ecry miiunt. Swept
olfa pl.iee on the floor shook out a quilt lay
down and kierod up for a nap. No use-
mounted right on me like a passol of (raU on
a meal tub dug a hole in tho khcr lid and
ciawled thiough and gio me fits for" tryin' to
hide. "(Jot up agin went down stairs and got
a slush bucket from tho wajpu. Brought it
p liiwl made a "-1 "itr on tho floor lav
nurmti .. em get togeth
er and have a nunpinocim 'bout it and thou '
thev went of in a s.i.ud with au old gray
hea'tled ho oiw at the top light np the wall.
out on tho ceiling till they got to tho right'
MHt then drooped right plump into my face.
I act by inunder.
"U's so whether you believe it or not and
borne ofVm wnlkiil across on Milts. JilmI-
htigs aro curious critters and no mistake;
Mtccmlly the Kalamazoo Uind.-Onimf Ihver
How to t4 finish" a daughter. For the
attuiuiiieut of this end Punch gies thu fol-'
lowing direction : '
1. lie always telling her how pretty jhe
2. Instill into her mind the proper love of
II. Accustom her to so much pleasure that
bine is uecr happy at home.
4. Allow her to read nothing hut novels.
5. Teach her all the accomplishments but
none of the utilities of life.
0. Keep her in the darkest ignorance of tho
mysUriesof house keeping.
1. Initiate her into the principle that it is
vulgar to do anything for hemdf.
8. To strengthen the latter belief let her
have a Indies uuiid.
t. And lastly having given her such an
education marry her to a clerk in the treas-
ury upon 0.1 a Jvar or to an ensign that is
going out to India.
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ii vn i oni-iH viii nn iif-iiiu nun iiiuuu inniK vo wcu oo aimej" cciunc a tinron ot "" -rpriiniiiiii Uriw' i"'" " . . .. . ; v ..- . IL 3 rWi y
iciaieot tni on titeieiimg too. iimuglitl had rain sliortly 7" w t Western market rC-- n oid. r- nromniiv I ctlftan. near r ntoi. iat i July ii oi ji.:' KJiJ rWaMwASvl i
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l'iii iti ill LiiiiL iiiiiu ; iiiil i ;i 1 1 iii iii.iii. ii iiii-- " l. nn i iniik-sii nnr unir pl' T-n iiniiof nntii hiih.i.i.i i. ii....iiii. . . 1 1 . n m- . n. iiiuimi' k hi on i lit I'roit'nKor no i m hv iifiir cir i iiiii i n n irnieo Kit i i w . .riiVHL'ui. ' irom n.iroii ijitMiiL' i n nr. . .1
d dlltnull straws out of the bed and build n ' nnv rain in a linrrv ilwrvilitnoc'" tiotiie lit' ti coii-i.inil on ii.uid. 11 lull a-4inmeiii hyn l.i.ly nameii l noma jum urri cu irom nio esi j-af Mu J w itoiiainop ji p r - .; " ""'
umtiipuu Mtawhomot mu uui aiiu umiu b ail) w lis m a bem UW r climes J of Cooking roVc made in tl- W..i. u. bum wood lud.es. luucou.uut ou that tor a period of iurlit-euri C rDtGESV Sml ' li' '''1'V L..rd
regular britlo over it 1" "Helad! and yofro right there Haunts.; an' notcoab Those u. wantofi'ooki.ig .w had bet- iie.eiiaud ttimiiy -mirerni iromi-oiitnuMi badheuith u Tk 1 pepsin. initio eiuef .!!.': '' auff0fh".y;i
Seeing an incredible expression on our vis- tho devil a hanarth of dhry weather tlo we. ttreuiiand see them i urging iroin dirordt-rsoithe i.iverniui S'otnach.indi- l nruicipiiftiu rmstneJui ii. ? "l-lfiW.
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ace no ciincncu tuc story inns: i nave at a I as lone a tho wet siwll lMttklsonl" w. twf Yf .K.jr if '' MB trvgj. r. ... a. ... l : .i ;.i.m.i .iPtnim-. r..- i-i ...i. -i... 1-1 '".IVVV" Pl "u u:i ? "'"?'p'-''t"ry :".: r..ifrtni --; ".? a"mMuthmneitii9linv
Gentlemen and ladles open your windows
and let in the fresh air. Light physical or
moral is not mora cssontial to vision than air.
to health and happiness. Yet how careful
are most of us to exclude itl You Close up
the windows nail list round the doors and
anpcftr to do all In your jiowtr to exclude
Heaven's free gift of fresh air and the reason
why thousands of people are not smothered
is mat tlio air in so subtle it will work Ui whv
through every little Crevice so that it Is af
most impossible to get it chut out altogether
But if people do not get thetnsches quito
suffocated they continue to get palo stupid
nervous and heavy-headed for want of pure
air which is so anxious to force Itf-clf into
river was runnineJevcl with his f'? You
would fiar ho was a fool. iVrocn nv wiser.
who have fifty miles 'kjPt a f tw auovoj
you ami noi auow- ywrnw afeair w hnuarc
feet to bo URcd'oriBfciv nunureds
of times? I wish . of you knew
i. f f .IU iVMAi Ifnii while VOU
alTcep" break aVne'wSf-:!8 P f
uiwr untiuyou get uscu-wuwn
77l Conference and SlateriTMQft the
25th inst. the Conference actjIlupQfi the Bc-
nortof tho committee appointed 'upon tho 9th
Section of tho Discipline. It will gratify tho
friends of the church every wherein tho South
to learn that the 9th Section was expunged
as well as all other parts of tho Discipline
which condemned the institution of slavery.
Tho general rule forbidding "tho purchasing
of men women and children with tho inten-
tion to enslave them." and which has refer-
ence to tho African slave trade was retained
though tho vote upon the expurgation even of
tins Utile was 47 to oi.
Tho Methodist Church has thus nlaced itself
upon scrip turo foundations upon this HubjjT
una ucserves nun win receive mo coiuiueiiuii-
tion of the Southern people for its bold and
manly assertion of the apostolic doctrine upon
this vexed question in the face of the insane
clamors of a wild fanaticism which has sub-
stituted its pulling philanthropy for the word
of God. Columbus Ttnies.
gyXicholas P. Trist fio well-known as
a special agent to Mexico during tho late war
is now engaged in selling patent rights for a
THE SPOTTED IMtUG.
On muddy Mill-Creek's marshy marge
'When Summer's heat was felt
Full many a burly bullfrog large (
And tender tatfpolc dwelt;
And there at noonday might be seen
Upon a rotted log
Tho bullfrogs brown and tadpoles green.
And there the Spotted frog I
Oh tho Spotted Frog 1
Oh tho Spotted Frogi
Tho light and lifo of Mill-Creek's mud
Was the lovely Spotted Frog !
By stagnant Mill-Creek's muddy marge
Tho Spotted Frog had birth ;
And grew as fair and fat a frog
As ever hopped on earth.
She was the Frog-Chiefs only child
And sought by many a frog ;
But yet on one alono sho smiled
From that old rotted log.
Oh tho Spotted Frog I
Oh tho Spotted Frog!
The light and lifo of Mill-Creek's mud
Was tho lovely Spotted Frog 1
From muddy Mill-Creek's stagnant marge
Her bridal pong arose;
Nono droatninp as they hopped about
Of near encircling foes ;
But cruel boys in search of sport
To Mill-Creek camo that day
And at the frogs with sticks and stones
Began to hlazo away I
Ohl tho Spotted Frog I
Oh! the Spotted Froir!
The light and lifo of Mill-Creek's mud
Was tiic lovely Spotted Frog f
On muddy Mill-Creek's marshy margo
Next morn no frogs were seen;
But a mortal pile of sticks and stones
Told where tho fray had been !
And timo rolled on ami other frogs
Assembled round that log;
But never Mill-Creek's marshes saw
Again that Spotted Frog!
Oh tho Spotted Frog!
Oh tho Spotted Frog!
The light awl lifo of Mill-Crcck's mud
Was tho lovely Spotted Frog
Wo generally speak ill of others rather
from vauity than maliec-
The way to fame is like tho way to Jieayaii
through much tribulation.
Macaulay once olwerTed that prir.e shtcp
were only tit for candles and prize essay.s to
Throo questions to bo put to ourselves be
fore speaking evil of any man: Kind is it
true? Second is it. kind? Third is it ne-
cessary. ' A prevailing curiosity to know things that
can bo turned to no account indicates a mind
j whose improvement has btopied or will soon
. . JCyO. Vf. Bennot bo? wdl-krKrtnv as tho
agent of a .patent rigVit rtr. Washing- ma-
chine during tho Jatc. war with i'IVxic-u Tn now
engaged in acting &s consul at Hamburg.
v "'bW a?r7 l "efrc? M UJS
Pf.K wU IloldIf "C. ep.
U" "neWiBe" said Phil - tlieja
has just nov
"An tho ton ay tfto mojnin' to yecs llatmtz
going to light a thin one that
figure ought to bo chalketl on
lv jcrsoii and if the bullet hit outside of the
line it was to go for nothing.
'Mother don't you wish you had the tree
orcil in our garden 1
" by Josh you Barpent what do you
mean ' "
. ... . I - .
"AS money S the root Of all CVll if WC had
& true- couldn't we pet all of the nrccious
Vllir. TKM tLtn!inUvinr.lriiiib down '
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iiV.. .i.n..i.nU .. l.:nr. ..... trtr. . l.Anu
ouvu.u.. cv -v'"M "V BV" 1 V"B
l4llut I've seen men lay too."
"Uh no my son."
"Ves but I gee 'em lay bricks."
"Go and split your kindling I can't talk
to you now."
galls "go what acurioas pic cdpunery your.lungs
.&ftlffi&ffiirn the atmosphere
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.tu n minimi i nuu nna iivai ii.iAj-jiim . vvarveisi . i... rv. ...!- ..! n... .nl.l!- A Wliaoi iiiu in'iieneiai re-mi ui i.ii.in- .uui rei-ourse i Hardware nuici prci l-ejy like ilie nairil .m.tn . i . k. n.
was about to Blt a duel itot that K. ' Alt. """ "" p"u" 'J "'l !.!fe V?ll 'XX IX "rry ..dH.. v Po. IX
buniim hWiu MX puces nearer to its antago- Blackmjh and WaSOII-Makcr' Shop-V-W tued tl and the wl.ole l.umly were rrstoreil M nim.r TlT7Tn nm.-nT-n ThU U nature's own rrftffor n l..i.s-
nist than tho latter did to hirn and they were I on . lrJa IWII (loo IKVrl rimKi tXu- '""" p """"' j;?"';" 7 l" VV 11 ' WTY MVERY STABLE '; N rt.f ma.. ea. 3uSS
both to tiro at the same time. This beats -- SSir: !! ANTONIO. Riff' I ST. - &J
fehendan's telllllC about a fat man who Was ". "1.2JR1...1 !.. : L.i '....;.' i.1 !lll ' . cases ol .Men sic and M-arlauua. Im in j ell. cietl no.i- O-m n TJ T nnwvn - be taken by the most !...'?.' IH 'astc inanW
thud wove Cati
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n :t -Ad
I ucii;i i n.iit
HuiT luld KnveJl
Red tid black
'..n niliif linn.nl
Seating Wax fl
? for fale nt
(i l llHWNTVS.
JocktVi Tub. Uuiiurnnu
X Patent Churns
lloe UuiidlArt. Havr
Ufiichjcrtws Wire flics
Juslreccivcd snd f
Iwbyv . ..iV
.snniicK i ki.uu.
1 retiiniii.jyhislifaakio ln CUizniragMi5
pvblc (Tcncrully for.th Hb-ral rtiroiinge jj m- "
ta It am rammeniiM ruimin ttti'J i criilifiedUiai
oi CBn-Aiiioii a hiiu iiiuiiium um' .- .. ..
tic i able 1j aimuuiite mt be I.h purrhus. II Uib ."'i
Line from IihIumo1oi Kvvr iiiumii'iu"" ' v;;
will run u irMtfeklrfKicuf m7 u-'in V A'u on "
Knifc4o-a liberal 8h. re of public ttivor.
' Hates of Fare:
1 romRtm Antonio to Prguitif
t tu'wv yii;'!r(
' ' Sail Antrum. '.- . 1iJ-
Kr farlher particular npplj in tin' Atf"in.
V. I). SMI. I. MAX A'iii AntdtU.
11. II. HOI. I.OMAN A'fjrutit r
1. ICAIi;y. Uomal'S
ID'.y J II linilUY. Virtorm
STAIMjE AM) l-'AXtY
BHADY MAlVK CLOTHING.
Till Subcribir rcpretfully infnrin-tb public lha
he huHreinovfd to Inn NkmStoreiiooM. mi
iCsvwcrcc Street Xvrlh sittr tira squat es find a
half veft of the ItritfC'r
n lirc'c a id wel'-li" ted ntork of
Dry fiooiN fancy Artleles Iteaily illjiil
Cldtliluir Hoot'. Shin- &c.
all which Ik: oilers lor snle on torni'n to smt ilf timet
-ViineVi-'. I-J-W li.-SgfJHIC.
. M KOHUIIS V CO "?5
CommLsfon nun rnrwardiiig Meithantj "
Vott Lniartt 2Vrt
Wholesale mul Itetnll Dealers In Staple and
Knnry DryUood". H linos lints Clotli
Jut; (Jrocerfe5VJncs ami Uiniur.s.
dcca7 lStf" Iy
iuci: & ciiiLnnns
Saddle and Harness Manufactory
iVnirt Srrttty in the room formerly omtpittlas United
Stat'S b'utttr A'fo
Sin Antonio Texas.
S. CHII.nr.IlS brffs Icnif4 to rt-Uirn hi jrraleful
thank tn tlic citizens of Sun Antonio and u-iiiily
for thi-ir liberal piilromifre for tln lfit ihnf years nnd
htipL's by alU'iiliontion to 1hcum--. siihI ii tlclcriniiiavinn
to pbsHst' to merit its ronlinuttiifi lie tuki-s pb-uurt'
in informing lii- patrons thni for the pnrjifpfoi curini
on l!icaboc buuhiussin all its br.iin.hclit' lt;n i'iit-rri
into a co-partnership with A. J. Kin: nnd ilitil they
have nnd will keep t'onlantly nn li.iiu! nn aasurtnient
of the bcHtuiid iitnM npproveif silr of
TI2XAS SA 1)1)1 1'.S
made on trees nol surpaxed bj nn nuunirartiifd hi
Ihr State; nto bny.curriiip. ttairvaiid drn h.irnes;
riding and blind bridles inarimuMh -. trirtlis. "iir-iiiirk".
sprrnps siirrnp leathers tiud (owr-.s.iddlc.iiii-'.ridiiiy
I uirif carriage stngo niiii ix winpi. In short n (fen
era! a-iortnientjof nil article pt'ri.nn tu tlic above
business. All orders promptly ixcciiH'd.
Done to order with neatness nnd dep.itch jnl n-"!)
-n: b. joiiosox
GAU'BSTorrT Texan. Commissioner of Deeds fur
" every Statrftu the Union. Instruments oi writing
drawn and mi the Mi en led for use or record in p.in oi ilie
United Stales. Instruments acknowledged ln-hie a
Notary or other competent officer in nnyrmmij in the
State apd certified in by moas Commimin r. can bi
u-etl In any State of the union.' Documents forwarded
by mail or otherwise will receive prompt at lent ion.
JO ES & C
.r-- fc-i"ife :
AM) A l.AIUU: LOT CM-'
AOItlCULTUinii IMi'L i:IKNTS
which tiu:y will sfi.l i.oy
Si. .Hones tV tf a.
Ittnow receiving nnd hiw :i hiiml acu-inl.a
large and general a-ortiin m vi .Mcreh.iudite t
all kinds. Tlo'ir sioi k ol
Is veryeomujewt botlisi.iptc uuil uncj ui
Is large and wellaorird u po-ible uiul ol
Comprises every anel) both oi i omiuoii China and
Hals Cnps7Hiuih and Shor.
U'ooilcu WAVeltulImy Wnrrand C'astl!iKs
Orocei'leM of all KlniN Wines Ilraiid.es
and other Idinit-.
They would t-n il the attention ol pnri'lint.er In the
slock ot CLOTHING which llo'V nn' drn-oiis o(
reducing nnd will -HI at i-i low rale.. The ahoiu
goods will be miM enlir r tu
Wholesale or Itetall.-
County dcnlcrii w lit do wtll to callhetre purchasing
el sfwhen i " .
ji.unn vim a M-oi&TJHi:.
11 1112. V1M.K
Comer of Chartrcs i-treett
iMroRTT.RSor rRK.vni.su issAxn ccr.max
DitY hoods iii u mu.r.s i.t:
KV.V.V eoift.liilK on luuid u well 1 led u-orliiK u
of .ViMs IrirM. ii'Voiti. ..s-ri .1om.
ihnzhams Malrni uJld nil kind- ot Sttk tU'tlon and
Woolen Goods which tin - il at iii.tuui.u n.fr-" pnes
P I T T AI A A: U I! 0 .
WholtutU i Ittt'tll Tut Comur .V Shr.t lion Worker
tppotit lite yw- r-7
on Commerce MT. iSSZJk
1 t.um till III It
S.iil iihMtlo.Ti VIII.
Frft of Tape M'orni
by usiui" 11 A raliuc-.hu k Venue-
Looili 11 m iitlemiin well and lavoru-
hty khowiiiifalfniaee 01 i'uin;-
KIfkmonv.u.k M.ch r. 1. -.131
nr.iiri nX3Fahnrtt-rL r. nuitiem. u-t uuw
hailapreatisjHlifor uiir Vcrinituse Ibnlr-i. M'hat
)ou svntmeltmuRiu. wnti IliriUall A llrwiu' toek
it uru'is. oieclfe iioen nearU ilie whole ot' w Inch
sold ttiliMfcrrai rxieuinni utihuiust the worms
A .Mr Jo:
A.Mr Jnvja.gtukt-r gvkv his ioii. nine mrs old
three bottbioryour Vermifiiye. and it brmicht nwa
' .".VJ'W.7 -V l ". " ' ' '" V
. lljlliei VltlVi SKTC io ooio.' h'ihimhi tujir juin
old and it pufed hIkhii On hundrtd teormt marly a
'iiaiitNif. alctSii&tu smaller ones nine awuj. and tho
child ii welUMs soon as n.u.-ation opens. I slmll or-
dtranaddiUiti.il illPidv Hcnecilull our. Ac
W.M W. I1UOT1I.
rxT Dewno of couuterleits and imitations
Bold wholnale and retail by all the principal drug-
gists and ca.nl t j nitrchanls throughout iho l' tilled
State. ' j
Bold by JjH.I.toc Sitt Autoiut and bv drugglits
and mcrchu-jeneally l-lm l
lo Iiidlanolo ria J?jorin. Crm. uuiijaie. "
and 2VeWllcauufebi.cohiiM'iiiiS "'' iheNew Orlcnn
goodrrarcjfliidcarefuUml attentive tliliri is lliro
birffCrnTu' W itli a riutlrn lo deal f-urly nnd rniididly
OP the rlmwcsi kind inula .mci 01 fidygpe yatcr .fiiu-t mnaculous recovery irom that drewlful disease.
Jut reeeivetl at P. Jt)XI .t.o: . t0py and which under (Jod w as affected by jour !
:i FlVfi' m r 4vei 11'Mnnamc ruis 1 i ax inn peu 11 vo iiiiicp witnil.
)tJilj WW tt i li. . - .4. t tr. .Al ...illi on I kLlllilllv lli-llt.'il liV TtVn. inPilii-nl
I Mi her- -( . ?&jT) . piactilimiers but could not ir-l cured until I had
.lugs v ? ' Jt!j K'cour-c to jour ri'iuedv nnd nolwil)itanding all I
Ac . Ac . A c . at - . luiilumlfrtfone. this miraculous medicine cured me ui
r jcin'i.s A rn
the IatterSPlin l.orhofljioneontheone nonce. uv.rurr.ul .h . J.. wU.uiler re v fffiKCTFM.Y nnrm Vtto nub'lio h.KSfi: KJ ltZ"W. itVii"
tllC Ol ICr'S IlOrt- NlLtmoiilli-Winwri i-.t-i h u .. .ir....i it i .. i.. IV tiiken tie bIhiv- well kiunvn
Tim public ore re-ptfuHy hirine! thaUhj.
well knoMit nnU long ostdbliMifil IIoum Is
Hiram oneu for Hie ncconiniodunon of
..!.. i i.niii tiv ifi.t rtttPiiiloiiunil iiitluftlry in bis
liuVicV to locciloiid receive u hUral shure of public
pa?fla?fert hlmsMf tlmt hit elm rfiM nr m U?le3r
moileriiwaiMl 1ibi-r.il. . . J. I MCkl. .SON.
vuinrln . Mi ruber Dl i. lfii. llol7U
. Im-t I.nvaea. Texas
rtit ..inr.imipi rnjitptirullv Inform thepiiblic
X that he lift npciied n large and commodious
n i:..t pm l.nviun Cur the nci'innmodillioiiof.
uuiiuiHH.. r:: ::... i ;..; m......m. ..Tur
citizens. rnnzpr".nut un.-iini 'M"h-- ;
IliB table w7lUlwrty be aupplird wllh the besllp be
obtuinrdin the country and bis bar will the cbolctsl
wIlThe well utitnilr d to. M. II N ICllOliSON.
Port Kavacii. Nuve.ub.rl 1S43. !!
'tmie vijJiZA novsih
"XtlHDI. brp t inform bls-JJlends and the J
nncilif ill ireiieral. Ilia i lins renirivfil mm liia
latco'ulnee to his new inu commodious house;
wliere he solieilueuntiiiuanceof the liberal pitronage
be has heretofore receUeil. Stable and provender .on
lite premises San Antonio Jun.Oih If 51 12.:tf
C. WETMOIlfi &
Irnnoriersand Dealers of
China Glass and Earthenware
Nuniuri- 8.1 Water Street near Old Slip
N. W. IWllTIS. K15W YOIUC.
CAKPENTEtt AND JOINER.
.IF. a. COTTOJ
R1SPI.CTKL1IY announces to ihc public that he
still continues the carpenter and Joiner buincs at
New Slion on Sollilail Street
opposite the residence of P. Ii Paelinl. where he Is
prepureo m exeeuie itu oriier'.fiiiriiieii 10 uii'iire wnn
dipnteli nnd on as reasonable terms ns Ihey can be
nITordeii in tin cii terms coiiulerabty reducetl from
lornier rates Tliiiukfiil lor p it mvor be earnestly
solicits n fdiarc of public patronage.
S. A. WillTK 8. r. 80UUKRN.
SOUTIIIiltN S wiiiti:
Rcccivlngi ronvanling and CommUIon QIcrcliant4;
T IIir.HAli advances made on shipments to mirror-
u-d re.nomieiiH in .ew urieitns and rsew ork.
I'ebru.iry 17 U?1
CUSHMAN & Co.
Iinport'rs anttJbbber of Vanry nnd Stnpef Dry Good
io. 0 Coitlaiul fcjt. opposite National Hotel
Don A. Cifiiman Ai.onzo U. Ci'suma.v
John- II. II Ccsiiman.
A large as.oifiiient f Domestic Goods
Constantly on liand.
Mi'rs. 0. A Co will nl-o keen a lnre nnd wrll
selected "lock of goods especially adapted to the. Mcxt--
eiiii n'j'riiet. June II 00
Tit Vt.VM CO riinui.teiurercf Tin ?heei
Iron and Copprr-wun-. l.iiwTrouxh- Coiiduclors
.Me In! c Hoot- ii n I ifinM.il dcutrri in Conkiiij Ilnnges.
Cook Sof mi I Soe u nif tn i. Il.itlit find Il.tth
riititre-. Sin l mi i m I I'ommh - Pumps Sliett I.iad.
I.i'.ul Pipe. !'' I I'opji- i. Zinc fie . clc. Having
jut r net' ii '"irje u-ortutiut ol Good in (he ahoe
line W't nif pi i pun il to lurnMli our Mi'-nds nnd the!
ptililii- irencniMy on ilic nio-i n'Oonabb u rnis. '
Onlern from the Conuirj pmmplly mit'iul.-il io. 't t
" Not ire.
Till; M.ior will ho in attendance at Ilie M.tvor's
oiru-c every day (Mimbij's excepied.) (.from 9
o'clock A. .M till I'J.M for the purpose of hearing
complaint and dt lertiiiiiing uch cu-.es us may be
brought hclorc him. .M. II. CA.MPMI'.LL
A in Antonio. .I.in Iflth. Hol-lf Oily Sec'v.
jTTTi iVfr'Fon Tin: sta run
rx ru. mi ulna iv ciitr. or i.u of
ni'.Ai.Tii. DiM)utn:ii:n sto.mauii
ATIUN OP llt.OODTOTHi;
Copy tf a Lttttr from Mr John IJtyd of EnO'Wen
ittar tl'iittrh M'rioiutnhtre.
To Profi'or Hoi.loway .Vir; I avail myself oft
the firi opportuuiti ol inloruiiiur ou tll.il for a very '
hnigpcriotf I was infitcicd with u dnueroiM giddiness
and Ircciucit hwiiumings in the bead. utipiuW) by loss
of nppclile ilitorderetl sloiimeh and geurall) ini-
p lircd hcnlih. 1'very mean" had laded lit give mn
any permanent relief ami til lemilh it became so
alarming thai I w.it real!) nfrunl of going about
wtilioul an aitciul.iiil. In tins nieUut holy condition
1 walled personally upon .Mr. Hughes. Chemist Har-
lech lor the purport of coimiiIiiii linnasiowhall
luul l tier do; in kindly recommended your Pills; t
tried them wiihoiit delay nnd atler taking Ihcm for a
short lime lam happ to bear tciiinouy to iheir won
ileriul eiheac) I am now restored o perfect heallh
and enabled to resume my uual duties You are at
libi riy to pul)lish tins letter in any way you may
think proper. I a in Sir our obedient Servant
.lime II. I -A J (Signed) JOHN I.I.OYU.
.IIIIE.U'UMHJS cuiti: OK nitOl'SY.
Etiitt't of a l.f'itr from Eitirard lioielty Jis?. of
ifim U'.ii. Tolmeo. ilated Avril t I'-.Vi.
To i'rfie-or llo!lovn Dear Sir I deem ua duly
the course ol ix wi-els.
(Mgiied) i:nVART) KOU'IJJY.
Infallible Cure of a STOMACH COM- 1
PI. AIN'T with lXIMC.KSTION
and VIOhMXT UliAD-
fully Ktlicacloiw In the Fojluwlug
llilltous complaints i;rstnelas
Itloteheson thenkin. Jaundice
I nil immatiou
I'em lie Irregular-
llowel complaint- I.umhngo
Tevers of ufl kinds
itctentioii of t'nue
Weakness from whatever came
Khi:;i i: vil
Sold at the ustabluhmeitt of Professor lloltowav.
CI I. Mrand (near Temple J tar.) London mid by all
Vendors ot .Meiiu'tnc iiiroogTioiu ine 1 iineu Maiet
Iloxesm U7ic I-7C and 140c. each. Wholesale by
tho prmvipul Drug bouses m the L'uiouj and by
.Messrs. A. lb A 11. JNimU. New York.
!!"?-There is a considerable savins by taVinz the
.N. IL Direction for the guidance of patient in I
ever disorder arc affiled to each Box. (
Xi ofSniiAiuoiiloUnowopeiifortlicaceomo- R..j
- .3P Siioinff bonrdersind truvcllrs. JAiui.
. . .& tn. flpuo i-ioprletor solicit n share of public- pnioiuwe.
' -tern tt&jiZt-. j.Qrt.ia'.i. i3itf.
III.MI t III. Iirw
9 jjfjlj 3
pf 10 f
i nn? nt om ii ni i lie no ii e ri .irire in iniorui i nti ot .1
jYew Drug Store.
Drug and Medicine Paints and Oils
DVB STUrP ITtU PkKi ""'il'li
DYr STUIt" wm r r .. --- "i;w.f-. r-f
nr-.-.. c tuMiMi Kail of the llaa.
iliUf Wfc. i II
trv. Guv' Ii emetils tr AMroiioni)) jprrw i "'i
PhUloloaV rrot'i HUwy Of the United Stale. Mitch-
tll'i Geo Bphy and Atla and Prlmair Ocograpl.y
with Plniei S5 inapi designed for iheWuciloiio
children; Oron.mor. uir cianu rnrim iar
ers(nd Ppciiuif uoomncw unu minUu- v.
and crayon holderij state ptncils hi cedttr.
such bi clothes furhilure cottiiltN flesh tooth na 1
Kir horse nnd paitil bruhei alttrge and general assort-
lnUH; also waler and other paints
a splendid'atticle a large yarlely of soapi nntl pctj'm-
ery wiubth; .... -- -r--a " .AlAlinrP
Store all of which are offered on the Jjojjygj""
niuai t it'uiiHiu
ronfillhroffools-cap etter.tlssueandprawiiiffpapcr. i ail wnu uat . . ""--"'
BMorleU ilS perfoi.led and Drtilol boarda-soried boo!8 of the Bngl W '""S".0' v ftil nne
". enloW . ! dde-criplioij. rabalUUc p ofcaBOI Uay ll 0111 Wood COUlHy Hm
M wafers in wieii r f00Vwl i L.WrHhTi7nH of the intm aoie muuiciiiaiii-iaii t- . .
kind ofpenc andbrusniorpiununs oruiii.-. Wai nui iuhku-v t "f" " p ..n nook
5"?..i:.J-.ii. in Mica aiunerfor article; crayons nrnrntVl. nm hotouch bCrics of W ""
vswvA'tliRSt WISSLOW TO THE LADilSs
MRS. WINSLOW an old and experienced nur-c
and Female Physician would cull the intention
of the Ladies to her Soothing Syrup for Children
iPPtiilnf-. Ii will tnimediatelv relievo them Irom pulu.
allay all spasmodic action soften the gums reduce
inflammation anu is sure to regumtc ine uowvn.
and relief and liralth to ) our chtioren.
l'rlee US cts.t per Oottle.
We have sold very large quantities of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup during the pitislx years over
20000 bottles the last jear. We believe lithe best
mrdieine In the world for children teething or for the
cure of Dysentery and Diarrhea in children whether il
anesfrom teething or any other cause: It gives uni-
versal satisfaction neer heard a complaint from any
one using II never sold a medicine so univermllv suc-
cessful in retiring pain and effecting cures. In all
cases nbote staled Tf taken In season relief is imnutti-
alt and absolutely certain.
CURTIS A PHRKINS.
Druggists formerly oflJangor Mc-now at So 40
Cm ilundt Street New York
Agents arc now being established in all tho principal
towns In the Slaleof Kew York
CRAMP AND PAIN KILLER
The world is astonished at tho wonderful cures per-
formed by the CHAMP AND PAIN KtLLEIt
prepared by CURTJS f PEltKINS. Itscqualbas
neterheeu known for removing patu in all cases; for
the cure of spinal complaints cramp in the limbs and
stomach rheumatism in all its forms billiouscholic
chills and fever burns tore throat and gravel it is
decidedly tho best remedy in the world. Jlvidenceof
the most wonderful cures ever performed by any med-
icine are on circulars in the hands of Agents You may
be vesitUity sure of relief if you use It. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been sold in New Eng-
land the past six or eight years it is now for the first
time being introduced into all the principal towns in
N. B. lie sure and call for CUR TIS $ PEItKTNS'
Cramp and Pain Killer. All others hearing this name
arc base imitations. Price li "25 1 37J els. per bottle
according to size.
Also For Sale Those
PURE IWLD CIIEBRY BITTERS
For' the cure of IJiIlious and Jaundice compl ilnt;. ;) ;
general debility. They quicker tin- mood and give
nttPl'J: "! energy to the whole syttem. rrice only
37 cents In rtni hollies.
Iloyd h Paul No. 40. Cortlandt street New York
wholesale agents for all the above medicines-
June 31' 133:
23!oar Dl. Fonaroy!!
Proof Poltlve Skeptics Itcnil.
Testimony ! ! Testimony ! !!
Hampden Feb. 21 L84o
Messrs. J. Curtis Jr. if- Co.
Gentlemen I have a Word to nay toyou in favor of
Hunter's Cough Syrup I have the past jear used in
my practice two dozen bottles of it which I had of
ou and every bottle has done good. Tor eight years
past I have been in the practice of medicine and I
never have found any thine so well calculated to oper-
ate so favorably In all diseases of the lungs ns that Is.
1 have known a hard distressing cough cured in forty-
eight hours by using (in broken doses) one botileofit.
One case here in particular of a muii who was though!
to have a seated consumption troubled with a hard
distressing cough. I let him have one bottle and be
had two more of your Agent Mr. Whitmorc. A tier
using the 3 bottles he has become well and now labors
everyday. lie told mo lately that Hunter's Cough
Siirun. was the means and onlv means of his cure I
1... ... .! 11... l.i f.. . I.rfilitlftrru l.ilitiliilla mill Imi'ii
pleasure to Inform you that it has done good in every I
You need not hesitate to recommend il forn cough
and alo all diseases of the lungs. I shall do nil in my
power to recommend It in the cases above named not
wholly for your benefit but for the benefit of suffering
humanity. Yours truly. U em jam in U. Pomkoy.
!7r?old by Hoyd &. Paul No. 4U. CoMhuidl slrcel
N v .and by J. II. Lyons San Antonio Texas
J. M. niVIVR. J. C ATWAIKIt
JJniS8 nntl Medicines
-33yL TitK Muiiecribershuve formed u partnership
jKtf under the name and firm of J. M. Divine
i Co. and will keep constantly on band u large
lull ami complete assortment or
Palntfl Oils Varnishes Brushes Patent
Medicines Perfumery Fancy Articles
iSiVii2.Ja CJAiiiAiii'AiCiiii4iA i?3nj
o- . r it. i. n.tn4y M nt it;. ' the quantity of matter ccilned in thciobo
togn of the Gulden W5". oMatn l)e Jj.eapot class boob blMed in iU. It-
Plaza and Sululad bticet. eii gln
San Antonio May Ut 1H5S. SO-tf n Virginfa M.arylaaroll.i.1 K-nrl-
fiOUDEX & CO'S
tllGINAL and Genuine Indian Ezpertornnl. This
valuable and nonular medicine is dailv nerformintr
ome 01 1 ue moat wouuenuiauu avioiusiuug cures ever
Oriental' Ifoi Tonie For preserving bcaultfyinp
promoting the growth ofV and restoring the hair. Il is
carefully compounded according to the original recipe r
from pure materials and may be depended upon us to
the uniform ily of lis action (twill be found invaluable
in nil diseases of the hair.
Compound Alterative Is highly ree omraende d as one
of Urn most valuable and active alteratite prescriptions
veer combined and has proved to be invaluable in
removing impurities ofilie blood and all discape of thu
skin arising therefrom. It is also cirecttvciu scroful
kl tie's evil rheumatism cohre. enlarcement of il
bonci. indolent lurmors cancers Hcurvy und many
Fever nnd Ague Pifi Ileing a safe speedy and per-
manent cure for the Ague and Fever.
Remedy for the PilesThin remedy Is one of the sur-
est nov before the public for the permanent euro of that
myst distressing disease piles
rorsalcby J. H. LYONS.
Pan Antonio September Plh18J2 uo47::tf.
public that he has
stand and ihnt he l
nnw prepared to accommodate all who favor him with
a call in as pood st) le and on as favorable terms as
any iiiniiur eiauiisnmeui in ine city ana hopes by
strict attention tii business and a studied effort to reader
general satisfaction tu merit a liberal share of n
patronage. Feb.3 1S5-I. J0::tf
. O ox or pound
UmniOR black and green Teas by the
O. P. DEVIVE'S.
BROWN and bleached sheetings and shirtings for
ale b) (?7ft 6 r.J0FV.V.
. . . urn 1 1 iri-iiir 11 nn. ..' -.. . - in- -
! Clothing at Wholesale. z'vyi: rSToi lXfiSfj.
I . No. A7 roadvzay New York. I iVJ?.;
H O. & Co. will always keep on hand a full and .lego; J)r "Carpemer-. r?lh'r.Nlimiin of Vale Cob
T. comptcteassoriment of Read jr Made' Clothing repnrts of cures in.-n nit 1"oln'?' t'' - mgctherMita
Shirtsaudmen'sunder wear particularly adapted to Pepsin in Ftuidan p u. 'lp'tlp t'lil'til Staiei.
tlin Wmiti nfTexatand Sniilherulrnile ' i. .i i ... "V "c Dr. Ilntirrl. !..'- Pens III
They respectfully solicit an examination of their
rmc W3 -flak f
COR T H fc. Wl I u
an ' Chcapat Hooks Ever PW
nllE EclKlle S flei of School
niLlc. l.cic.u ".
e I7esl an ' Chcap
tii. i'nl.tlr ?nri
1 Books was projected by that
Hn AiitAvtatic and Aletbra
McGulleyS lieleetlc Primer lor cWf
drRIcGuiTeyi Spelling BooIm for pi1 0' and
common school. j lewrfn-r
in .pplHii ahd lending lor the yo"Je?Iu'11
Mfatilli'y'.s Gclcelie becondt 1" "
fcons in reaiiii.jind M''Vt'PWr nk
MeGuiley'.s Cclctili- T ilul Ilea
dle r'J'-f clmMejuid Iiuliuclh68011 --
'prose and pocliy. v """ --s
j advanced clascb rX'ganl cxtraeis in prone anu
yt "V'7" " 'u-tehsspi
allielolliul guide for the lilglii'-H.i.tssii
Aleuiwley h ruin ncuuei; l1;1"-'"' v" j
heloihal guide lor the nigne-i ei..c8.
imw. iTamniu' KiTnlfi. lor leniale fteininartcsL
cleznnt exliaels in proe and ppiiry.
The above spclliii? and leading hooks Jiavc
few etiiialsaml no -upeiloiN which Nevtnceu
by the lact that in mIiooN where Uic were
for a time stipeieeded by the novelty of other
hooks AU'GulhVn have Iwcn ie-adontea to'
Ihs eichiMonuI nil olheis cxperienec bav
Ins pmved iheir iealei praclh-a utility in the-
school room; ami in view ol the laipe amount
of matter they coniaili and ih low price-
at which they are f-old they are very much
cheaper than any other dmihu woiln.
Pinnco's Piimaiy Giaininar on the analytic
method ; a complete woik lor bcgiiuici in w
tlndy. . .
IMnneo's Analytical Grammar; a ill and
complete ticatKe for auademicaiid scools
Pinneo's EnglMi Teacher In wlch j
taught the r-ttuctuic of tcnieiici's by aalysi
and synihciv and adinliable wuikon the
unalysis of tingli-h seiiU'iice.
Prufefcor Pinnco's new wot If are vtfel class
0wf.s on the subject ol lingli-n ua nuia
This study usually dry and iinliiicn dg to
learners N icndered in ihese volunnjurac-
tive and InteieMing. They ate s- ingly
simple progrelve and thorough in It plan
and anangeni'-nt and enable pupil tt eumc
good graunnaiians. They aie the apeM
works of the kind puhli-tied.
Pvay's Ariihuit.w' n.i:inrst; simple sons
fr i!.titirc'lcainci4. '
Ray'h Arithmetic pait secondj a
text book in menial arithmetic by i
Hay's Aiillim tic part third; for scl
academics; a full and complete ireati
inductive and analytic methods of in-
Kunieious and frkilllul iiin iietoi- r '
the Aiiihmellcs of Professor Hay as :
simple piogressive melluntical 'and t
clafes books on the mbject ever helot i
to Ameiican teachers; and they arr t
twenty per cent cheaper than other An iit
of like size and of an equal amount ofjer
These volumes are the icmiIi of a prr?1
experience in leaching; and they are p
irt eompltanre with the tolicilalion
friends of education who wcrc'coguiM
maikcd .utccets of iheir atithorij7nn'llv
Ray's Algcbia pait fisi- fur
schoofs and academics; flMplcnro
and elemcniary licatlsc.
Kay -s Algebra part seend tor anwa
-tudenis in academies ai for cols' a
pro-iessivc lucid aiiucorrreiiensU'e;kq
The great excellence of lay 'a Arie(jcs
wat innted the expcctatlonial an Al.'ajjy
the same author would ben impruvvit'Oii-
all Mmilar ncaiKes. Rai Algebra iHfce
approbaifon of ilie mj?t iicious edtftrs
and is superceding all otrs in manf Ac
best schools in the United ales. w
Heath part aj the Arithwcal Caurtfieell
astac Attfcbiaic is a compl book in it aid'
is sole epa a teltj . 4f
All the fnrcgoincr bookavebeen iplfed
expressly lor the KclecticJucationarH
Their authors arc praclti learhers-enkif
acknowledged ability aneaming diayc
long been Identified willi.ul haveciintly
labored for the advanccmt of ihe sajpf
education. The sveraUniks emb.'din
this series are admitted -au-c of llmnelit
the cAcellenl style ol ih- manuf.ict arid
Tenne-scr. Georgia. Alnna. LoiiNU and
other Slates the entire Lectio Scries being
adopted in the best sch in prcfeiice(to
other book-J. In Texas;y aie beinslopted
as an excellent econcm a and unlfuoieriet
of class book.
For sale by J. M. D.-pn Ran AnhsiDr.
E. S. Hcaiimont Gonz.- 13. neauimnt Jr.
Lavaca; C. Kiter &C Indiunola; JiMEa
Dukkb Gen'l. Ai;t.tIIcbun.
Entered a wording to an 0f- Congreii mlViVfai
1 P rile" w rihneo author of the QriJJJn
n Iv a P.ofesKM Id Charlotte I'1
.iini Mnrvlnnd. hasluinMied in W. . 0
mars beoiliiB hi name what are regj" '(
rf all who have e.xatl.ihed them os n1
i inu I5U1 uy s a iiviiniov ) l( the CterktiP!
u la of the DiUtirt C ourt. f.f j;Wtnl Duttutl f
the I JeH Fw I '
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which this remedy uTlJ f u'nufir evidence BPrt
I eurlniHfti.il remarkaWe " '" "10 niil8-w
Call on the aveman(jn
will ueaeiit by nail fJyfl1"'u-ittt. The powl
to Dr. Houghton Ph a3i ?n m?c frucdollarseni
bears the written ilruaij.1 f j ;.!" KTff
sole proprietor. liw!r? of J-- Hcughlon v:
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trademark seeqrH.4Iiniai Copy-right uo
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