Galveston Weekly News (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 39, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 5, 1854 Page: 2 of 4
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TUESDAY DECEMBER 5 1854.
C7"e Uxt the silly and cruel hoax" et-
nounc-u by ur h Ighbor of the Civilian io relatl n
to the iuj-jiwd lass or the sloop or ffir Albany
wilt prove true The particular friends nd rela-
tions or tne Ecert and crew bave been beseeching
the Navy Department for several weeks for soint
intelligence of ber; feeling assured that do public
Teste! could CTUfe iroaod tod among tbe vVcsi
India Jaianda without being reported or r-poken to
by tome use or the multitude of Teasels that tn.de
to Lh&t region.
CTheKnow-Nothiog Convention it CincnW
adjourned on the 2M ult la meet la rhiladelpi i
next June. No nomination! for President sr Vice
President were made.
rCThe Paoama Star .tatee that the railroad aero
the Lslhtnna will be completed and ready for tiaTc-
Id?! In Jaaaarj or February nest.
jTWewooM tender our sincere thanks and
. isarmeet gratitude to the aceonplleed and coorteou-
dltor of the -Ba.trop Adreniser" for the eomr II-
taentarr notice he baa eiten onr trl wet-Vly ia.ac
It la indeed a prond satisfaction to tee oar hombt
efforts receire the spontaneous .ran. iuu H.
Oed approbation of oar contemporaries ; espeela'lj
each of thein aa bear ao high a character for abililj
candor and jnlt discrimination aa la admitted to at-
lacb to the internum journal here alloded to. M)
tbe Advertiser's enp of success be alwaje """ "
COLLIOI OF TBI InuCTUTE CoKCimOK. Bj
relereocetothe advertisement in another coloran
Itwlil be eeeo that this establishment wUl open on
ihelstorJanoerjneiL The college Is a aauelaMiel
brick bnddins in a healthy and pleasant location
In tbe extreme eastern portion or mo cur.
i..ii.i.t. be. eoniHereble and Is anoth
er architectural ornament added to onr city by our
AacntneTll--'e take pleasure in direction
the attention or onr readersbo may visit ler Or-
leans to the card of Ir. Morae proprietor of the Ar-
cade noteL His establishment Is ell kept coio-
fortable and In the cenlre of tbe treat business por-
tion oT the city. The charges are moderate and iur
T.iae Henda rrefer its substantial and unostenta
tious tare to the too groat parade and ceremony or
what are considered Urst class houses from rai-
rlence e can tay or Mr Horse that he Is a most ac
commodating Boat and clever gentleman.
Laud buyers are referred to tbe adTe-liscmcut of
Mr. 1. 1. Onrkson who ofirs two valuable Iracta tt a
From Wh. IUll fc suPutliahorsNew York we
bare ircriTed La Cermandree Valse for the piano
bj Stephen Glover-Sentiments or Youth two Char-
acteristic Musical Sketches by Jno. rychowsli-
Dashlng Tolka bj Uaunce Strakosch-Farcwell
fivhtUK. mrnoosed by Wm. Vincent Wallace
Fra DiaTOlo.by the- same comporlBoTh Old loo
or tbe nnndredth realm transciioea .or Hiwar
rorteby Wallace; and a beautiful ballad entitled
Dreaming or thee forever" written by Henry a
Watson and compos d by Win. Vincent Wallace
also another ballad Tbe Land or Oar Birth s toug
and thorns composed by Geo.1Ywbington Morgan.
From Outer Ditsoh. mblisber Boston we bave
received the follow tagballads the Maiden's lament
writlen by Dr.T. T. Moore tnosic by Stacy Johnson
Woman with b love written by 3. D. Fannin? the
reaanl Bard mosic arranged by W. P. Cushman.
"IT1 paddlo my own canoe Bong and thorns com
posed by L. O. Emerson.
From 3. E. Goion Tubl-eher. rhlladelphlat we
have the Goldetf Heece Waltz from the LillIrrnHans
a selection or beautiful Walizes Tolkas Mirches
Twondos tc arranged In an eajy style for the piano
by Cbat. Grove. ThsLovSurSchottish.rrom tbe
Two Faries a choice selection of favonie melodiep
arranged for four hands bj Chss. Grove-Love
LeUer Scbottieh compwed by Carl Bodico and
Valse Dnx Tems by Charles D Albert.
Dirrtjcr CuraT roa T&a&iRT Cocmt. Tbe
IUTi Herald of the I8.h nit- sayitUt at the late
iTm of th- Pitrict Court for Tarrant connty James
0D v""8 r4in1 PiO'T borte-stcaling and
eenletcwl. Kic Penitentiary for two years. Attbo
..m.imn. John Bobinton was convieUd of n
a-saalUwUh.nteiitlokilIM andwnleneed to the
Pt-ultentiary Iw one year. Mncb rynpathy Is said
to enu in io cotnmnnity for Eobimoo and 'the
Coverrjorw.il probably be petitioned to pardon him.
Bad Roads is tbk InraRM. It seems that the
roada leading from the coast to the interior are
again almost Impassible. The Banger speaking of
the road Trom Ilooiton to Washington ssys:
In coo(Mnnceoribeawrul condition of the road
between tl. Br and Houston our mails from
Galveston are fow aotl rr beiween.n Pas-wngtrs
.- t w- .r r-hrrA S6. DOtwilbrMBIHltrg IbtJ
have to work tbeir owu aj tbronub mud and water.
Fouxd DaaDla our isie or last eek we gave
nn acconni taken from cae or our interior exchanges?
of a dead body having been lately found la Tails
County. At that time there were no conjectures ex
pressed as to the identity of me dooj dm we see
lhat it has since been euppoM-d to be ths body of D-.
Brookins. TbeWaebinglonUanRer.oitnejuin mu
e following in reference to tbtl malttr :
t- iv. thii Tionetr. we learn lhat the bodv of
Iu.-v .- ..i .
atnaosaprK00 or ur. uiuu'u. wmu hj
Fallsconniy on tba h of September on the road
iealtnr from Bine Kidfte to Springfield where be
formerly rwidMl- He bad been to ibis county and
bad porchafced several marea aDd was driving them
to his farm In company with two Mexicans by whom
te was supposed to be murdered.
Kilukq FacT4TWeuit8T0t.-TteRsncer or
the 30th nlL announces that there was a killing
fro-l at Washington on the night or tne -win.
OuaoiD wrra Kcaiaax. Tbe Central Texian"
or tbe S5in nlL aays thai Ell Hanks or Williamson
county who was charged with having robbed a hone
trades near tbe town of Anderwn Grimes county
last Spring In company with CopeUnd aud Iladden
bad a bearing before a SlsgWrale on the 24lb
and was bound over lor bis appearance btfore the
E Ths Countess d rontalbt et alhavc been de-
nied the right to stop the navigation cf tie New
Canal and the tboronjtbraxe or the shell-road at New
Orleans by a decision of the District Court.
Thc Eoad Laws. Io view oftbo numerous In
fractions oftbe new Coed Law. the Grand Jury of
Nacogdoches Connty baa recommended that tbe
Legislature be petitioned to place a copy of the law
lntbe bands of every overseer of roads In thetate(
rariT Taxis i.c Tboie who wish to fornlah
their gardens with fruit and ornamental trcei can
bo eurpllod on good terms by applying to W. A.
W hitSeld Shelby Bar.SL LouiiMon CaUlognea will
be sent gratia on application. See advertisement In
iMHioHATiox to Basirop Cooxtt. Tbe Dallas
Heraldol the 18.h nlt speaks of a coiuideraMe
number of Emigrants passing through that p'oce.
the most of whom were going to Western Tens.
Among others mention lb made of a large wealthy
ind inflnenlial family connexion from Franklin
county Tennessee whose destination la Bastrop
ITolo HlM. The London Morning Star of the
latest date thinks that Brother Jonathan will bate to
be held back a If Ole. Ilepcaks as follows:
"We annonnced the otber day that tbe United
States bed made another Important move towards
Cuba fahe has obtained tbe cmiun of Port Samana
admirably situated In the Island of San Domingo.
She bas at the same time arranged with tbe Krpob-
11c wbicb nominally poes?et tint part of the Island.
for the dominion in ber own hands. She baa in
short made bere!f a stronghold aud harbor in the
finest of those Island! close to Cuba closa te Porto
Hico. Soch Is tbe sequel oTber late attempts on tbe
Spanish Government. Tbe probability ie that this
boldnna or proceeding will cave after all a good
effect It will we hope open tbe eyes or our Gov
'ernmeat and indues tbem to take a sharper tone
-with tbe United States than bus been lately held to
explain to tbem distinctly bow far we will solTer
them to go and what kind oT remonstrance we will
l nrrtwed with If thev exceod tbe line. This we
are persuaded is all that Is needful L America Is
going Ktmewhat too fast and requires to be cbecked
cbecxed eiroply by a calm strong etalemeet ol facta
calculated to bring ber to reason. As a Puwr she is
unwieldy and aa a judge of her own Interests ia
quite accessible to reason provided It be fairly and
well put. Io all her prestnt doings in all her con
duct atGreitown at San Domingo at Madrid sbe
will have to recede Instead or advancing the will
have to step buck where sbe is looking forward.
A recent invention of a somewhat novel character
19 attracting attention In Paris. It Is an electro-galvanic
pen called medtcl pn. Ly the union or two
rnetaN capable or producing a voltauc current whUh
is c xeirtM t j the moisture o( the baud it dlffusea a
tJttrultni curative influence over the whole body
of kh" on on.g it acting chitfly on the nervous
Byfra. II Js't-a Ltcomte a somewhat celebrated
French writer speaks of It in this wise:
If all the beat-fits anticipated by the Inventor are
rea' Zed. Ibis would be a valuable discovery.
Wuu d It bdI Indeed be convenient to take care of
uur bflatih. wfcue rilisuHifi-yDuraeli over tbo desk.
the latttrumrui of exheabting labor than becoming
endowed with tbe magic virtues of the famous spear
oTTeltfoliUB Mhich bad tbe power to beal ibe wound
ItliCtcted? Cut iLls ia Dl alL In quieting our
norrix. excited bv bad musicfor sxamnte : in calm
ing the Irritation en aiwd bj tbe readmit: or bourn g
of a wreicbrd piece of cumpomtioo tbe medicinal
pen would leave aofer impatience aud ciiilctsm at
' tbe boitum of tbe inkeUud and lis galvanic pulul
Would omy uiaui noney ana gooa ciurc
Bake Sobbcx AaaciTxn We learn from tbe SL
Louis Ui ub-icisu t ttie 19th iDSLtbet txiiyille
tbaaoncondtntt OrkiD tb Agency of ibe Marine
ltaoE ml aiacuu bas wyd a.rrenled in rL Louis
It will be remembeird that be left Macon a few
weeks aao witb WO(u belonging to tbe Dank of
wnicn amount oeiween eiftni ana nine iLoucana
douara navn Dceo rocoverea.
PrKK BaAnr The Journal or Commerce mi a
lhat -aince the French Ourertinrt have forhMiifn
the diatltlalion of cereals a very active exrnrt de-
lutuiu uean eiiuu(( uiuu(o lur raw woiKey ana com-
mon rum and prices have materially advanced
with large frciEhi engagements for France. When
it comes back It will not be recognised either by tbe
CWsj wv v .-.
SurflCLAi Among Ibe moat amusing Incidents
conuected with tbe election In Pijmomb (Mhsk.)
waa the fact tbat tbe leading and mol InCueniial
Roman Catholic voted tbe SaUvo American Ant-
Caibolic KDow-Noihtnr tirleL Row exiensirt-1
action of that kind prevailed we hare no means of
Tcnm. funis: tbi; Ohio. The Fort Wayne and
Southern Railroad Company bas accet ted tbe cbsr
ter granted by tbe Kentncky Legislature for tbe eon-
ptrucuonoi a tunnel pnaerineunio river at ixuis-
Tllieand It Is proposed Ie make up tbe tract this
fall or early next eprlog. Tbe tunnel which ibe
Louisville Courier says la estimated to cost 9lQ0 OMt
will be exclusively for railway purposes with a
double track adapted to the tue of all the roads for
ibe ainvreni guaK-s.
Stiax Efousa ix Gaa-AT Beitaiw. President
Hitchcock says that there are In Great On tain at the
present aay. Queen inousana steam engines anven
by means or coaL with a power equal to that of two
mflliona of men; and thus Is put luto operation
f machinery equalling tbe unaided power of 300 000.
iw or 4Wwuuw oi men. ino lcnuence mence
Vcnanatlng reaches Ibe remotest portions or tbe
and tmus imgcxuy io tne cmusSJJpa ana
nawinrthtrlPS. " "
The :cav Ynrk Slarc Trade
The trial of Ca plain Smith of the brig Jnlia Mol-
tatty in New York for slave-trade piracy bas led to
some singular disclosures. We have already ttated
that Smith waa convicted and thattho chief plea.
EVired by his counsel was that ha was not a citizen
of the United Slates notwithstanding be Lad sworn
to me contrary In the Caatom-llouitu. His venae!
was buiii for a slaver fitted out in New York Bailed
or the coast of Africa and look on board GG negroes
who were landed on the coast or Cuba. The matt
gave Information of tbe matter which led to tbe
eizure of tbo vessel and the conviction of Captain
Tbe United Slates District Attorney in tbe court e
f tbe prosecution etaled that New Voik was tbe
depot or tbe slave trade. Tbe peculiar construciiun
uf the vtsMil the quantity of water end provisions
-uprilied and the shackles afford evidence that lb
Jidia .VoltexM trade rnnst bave been known to a
number of persona Tho Sew York Tribune has Ibe
following comments on these developments :
It la bero eBUbli'hed Iwyond dental that the alare-
trade with Africa Is a branch of the niercautili-
proflw of Ihta city and that the cruellies r.r.br dat k-
t crimes of lbs darkest ages are pbarasaically en-
ted by partie claim log to beeentlrmec.
An examination or ship's papers at the Custom
house for year past proves I bat Ihi oath of the
owner or mat-ter of a vevel that be is a citizen of
tbe United State wbicb by law bo is required to
do la omitted apparently with the design r ableld-
iogtfae wretches who aa captatna and owners are
t-otmevd in the slate trade and who almost weekly
send oat vc-eels from lbl port fitted out for that traf
Gc Tbe law makes tho punishment death provided
the master or owner Is an American citizen.
There are now In New York wallowing in wealth
bring In sumptuous palaces up town nnd driving
plendid equipages men called merchants "mer
cbant princes" iaa terra tometiuies annlied who
have for years uninterruptedly been enraffod In the
infernal slave trade and who if they had their de-
serts according to law wonld be swinsinn on a cat
lows a bleb a. Hainan. By chance the way Is now I
opened; one villain is finally convicted ; let thn au-
thorities do their duty and a sore or a hundred
more may bo found equally guilty.
We bavo then the authority of an officer of the
United States and the ndtuicMon of tbe Tribune that
New York furnishes the capital for tho slave-trade
and receives the profits that tfch trade has been
encouraged by the authorities of New York and
that tbt Cutom bouse officers are perjured and cor.
rupt. This is a pretty slate rafldirs forareople
who nave talked so loudly of abolition.
Her merchant princes will kick ttarving hnmmit j
from thiir doors while they prtlend lo sympathize
with tho well fed slave of tbe South. Whoever
beard of Northern creditors failing to lake tho pro-
ceeds tr slaves In payment r debts? On the con-
trary parent and child bare often been rulhlc6ly
partcdin a manner tliat a humane elave LolderwonM
not conncnt to for tbo satisfaction of Northern cxe
cation. We bt lieve it was runcli that end it never
knew a member of the Humane Society who didn't
kickhmcaL On tho ttmo principle we think the
Abolitionists would sell their brethren to Satan if
tbey could mako a speculation by it allhuul disclos
ing their bypocriy.
Dexockatic Ptati Cosvsvnos. The Nacogdo-
ches Chronicle urges the importance of holding a
Democratic Convention for the nomination of candi-
dates for Governor and Lieut Governor. It says
that it Is also necessary that a state platform should
bo created and precedents established by which to
distlnguirdied political measures in future. Texas'
says ibe Chronicle ."hss no it ate politics nor has the
predominant party any settled policy In relation to
the course it shall pursue upon any of the great con-
trolling question ol ber destiny. Its views In rela-
tion to Internal Improvmcnts the State debt. Indem-
nity for Indian depredations banks and many other
prominent questions although supposed arc net
The Chronicle thinks that a majority of tbe em'
grants cow coming into Texaa from Tennessee Ala-
bama and.MiBrierippl are wbfgs 'a largo number of
them intelligent influential men." It does not fear
lheiroldfasbtoncdwbiggerytbutthe mordern whig-
gery aa dangerous to tbe Democratic parly.
We care very little fJr tbe parly fashions Texas
bas peculiar and very Important Interests of her own
and if parties must have Conventions and platforms
let them embrace a poi icy that w 111 edvance interna'
Improvements and prcmote most directly and effee.
tually the public welfare. U e confess ne are rather
pleased with the Idea of eubatituUngmcuares for
party munca in our elections.
The Collins steamer Baltic arnved at New York
on the 23th ulL with Lite pool dales to the 15th
Her news is three days older than thai bj the Asia
but of great Interest:
Desperate Battles at Sevastopol.
The Baltic brings tbe tepurt of turner terrible
battle having beeu fought under tbe walla of tar Me-
upoL The felatUhter had been awful. Tbe total
number tifkillml on both sides i variuuity reported
at mrn a ouu io iuwu in me utajoriiy ut accwuuia
Tbe conflict ragwl most fl. Cely on ibeoib and uq
that day tba Aluea were said to have S CM) ihiu.
An otbctal detpaicb which has been received trom
Gen. Curubert dattd tbe 6.b lusU bUtes that on
tbe day previous tbe Russian army w bich bad been
greatly swelled by numeruua reinforcement attacked
IUC JIUI. arvvsuvu v. e.aiu Asaaaaaa. wu. .uaa .asu iaKi
being supported by a division ol the French troop
nnJr Geu. Booquet corapleu-ly delcaied tbe enein
wbm they cvmplied to rttreuiwub enormous loss.
Ike Uusiuna wbo fell are ocumoa-d ai trom ti.Uoy to
Gen. Caurobert further states that at the ume
time a sortie was made on the French lett wbtcb
waa ttpulNodb) tbo troops under Grn. Torrp wltb
a loss to the enemy cfl.un) men. The loisofthe
French isnot tinted.
The struggle Gen. Caurobert says laa.ed Ibe whole
rbe Russian accoant elates tbat tbo garrison made
two sorties against the allied on tho Alb. Ibe Ural
against the riht Cock tbji Riglisb iu which tbey
were ucceslul ibe result bviug the CAptnre or one
oflbe enemies batteries tbe guns of which were
spiked. Tbe second was the led flank the French
aud Lhe result was the spiking cf fifteen more guns
beluDging to the allies. A dn Ision of the French
infantry the account oays then pursued tbe Russian
forces but ere reputed with immense loss
Thencht wing on which the Russians made their
first attack was composed of tbo English Foot Guards.
comprising tbe second third and lourth dlrisiona of
tbe forces in tbe Crimea.
Tbe battle lasU-d till late in the afternoon when tbe
Rusiana retired certainly with heavy loss leaving
several hundred prisoners to tbe hands of the Log-li-h.
Tbe latter it is aJ-w certain lo-t very heavily.
Lord Raglan is reported to have rcfu-ed tu grant
SlenscbiLolT an armmice of In cho hours to enable
him to bury his dead.
The reports of the masacre of tho English cavalry
at BaUksra is fulb conCrmei. Fbe Enelisb General
Su-Georte Irov.n.wa3 wounded on the occasion.
As may ie s-uppoeeu ineo ereuu were causing
great oxcticmt.ni uironguoui mrope.
AmoLglhoMimore or Iea dangrruUsIy wounded
are General Iicntuck Butkr and Torrens.
Tho reueral opinion Is. that if such another vlclorv
were gamed th Allies would be obied to raise tliu
sietrc. Atmccanau aircaur ucen seni io ijO.iana
calling for more troop? and t-tating that unlets they
be sent the total defeat of tbe Allies would be inevi-
table French reinforcomcnu to tbe number of 50000.
bad already been ordered to be sent lo lhe field ; and
every steamer tbat could bo procured including the
Corona and every available vcl that could be
chartered has been taken up for tho purpose of
transporting uio necesfury am.
Kuia Is reported to hare announced a disposition
to treat with Austria on the baidori!io four condi-
tions previously proioscd by the latter but then
rejected by Russia. This however is looked upon
as a palpable attempt on tbo part of Russia Io create
disunion uctw ecu Austria ana mo ..esicrn rowers
It was rumored that imports nt cbamrss were
about to bo madu in tbe Spanish SI inlstrv. and that
of the present members Cen Ssluzar would bo the
oniy one cormnneo. in tiuco.
There are e ideally important events impenJing
In this distracted country.
Tbe overland mail had arrived with late intelli
gence from India and China.
The fighting at Canton was still continuing and
there had betn no arrivals oflra from tho Interior.
Tbe American rrillsh and French rienlpotentla-
ries were about revising tbo exitfing treaties between
ineir rprpeciive uoveriimtnis ana liana
Ilnatslan ictorj In Asia.
The Russian are reported to ha.o captured Tub"
EltL BOA PS IX Plnnii-a m -rnae IT.-.. C
The Bufldlo Democrat taya lhat there are now in pro-
greats and likely to be completed in ibe Uniled
btalcs over 12000 miles of railroad. This estlmato
is exclusive enUrtly r roads only "proposed
embraces only Uioms actually un.ier way and. In
mofct casea. nndor contrnct throughout. Tbe entire
cost or these lints of railroad will be not Tar from
$359000000 of which amount the enm of SIOOJIW -(JOO
at leant Is already proved for There are
some sixly roadi Included in this estimate of
which tbe longest Is the Iiliroit Central tXH mile
and the shortest is the Lebanon Valley from Read-
ing to Hamaburg I'a which la 53rf miles in length.
Tbe bigbest grade is on lb Souih-U esters Tennes-
see and Is ot W fell lo Ibe mile nnd the greatest
amount of tunneling Is on tbe Alexandria London
and Hampshire Road iu Virginia being I9m0 feet
of over Z)4 miles.
Coxpuxsstakt. Horace Crcely says:
There is a report enrrent that tho new Know Noth-
ing detention to Congrcs rrotn MassacbusLtts is
made up of tbe liRbest limber ever employed Tor
such a purpose In lhat Mate. There am sum o ir-
reverent and drepeciful toward! dignitaries aa to
s-ay that there aro more inricibic tom-ooddies In this
delenticn than iMaschusell3 ever sent to Washing
The TcimrH or Rreru ix accorpakcx with Tbo-
Phxct. A learted Hebrew has ja-t published a book
lo prove that the fall or tho Irrenen and Ottoman
em tires ibe occupation of Rgypt end the Holy
Land by tbe British and tbo formation of a Russian
Lalino-Greik confederacy by which Egypt rleetIno
and Jerusalem will b Invaded erid coi-quered are
clearly laid down in prophecy as lhe events which
nre to precede tho long expected diTerance oTtlw
Jews by the Ale tab bU suljugattun of lhe world
through tUf recency and Ibe consequent elab Is-
mentof tbek'tig.lumof Itrarl. Ifthismlcrpretation
or the Scripture be correct tbe RuaUan war prom-
Ues to be a tolerably long one.
Ma. Soul. Tbo Washington correspondent of
tbe Philadelphia North American refrrirg lo the
Soule difflculiy evs the recall of Mr. Soule waa
pending and this aJair will ucly postpone It.
BBon5svtLLt:Nov. 17tb 1854.
Hns. Jftws: Tho trnquilliy of the lower Bio
Grande continues ucdiMurbed and not even our
revolution loving nonte phyiug end cock fighlieg
nelghbora of the "t!agnanImoua nation bave
furnished u j with anything calculated to be of gene-
ral Interest to those residing in the white settle
Tbe Seminole chief Wild Cat arrived at Mats-
mora yesterday accompanied by a party of his
warriors on a visit to Sania Anna's overseer in Ta-
maulipss General Wolf What has brongbt tbe as-
tcte savage so far from his bannla about Eagla Pats
baa not as yet become known lo tbe vulgar herd
unless it be merely to accompany Woll up to Camar
go who starts this morning as be says on a tour of
Inspection but more properly I imagine to super-
found tbe Introduction of a heavy invoice of goods
wbicb for a given consideration are to be smuggled
Into the country. This mercenary foreigner is right
In "making hsy while the sun shines.
An election for Chief Justice of this county was
bold last Wednesday to supply the vacancy caused
by tbe non-quaiiflcatlon of Rice Garland Eq The
RIcbmonda in the field were two of BIackstonea
followers both M good men and true Judge W.
W. Dunlap and E. Basse Esq. Tbo election was
conducted In a most orderly manner and nothing
like party spirit was manifested which made it evi
dent that the disensions hero In our population
caused by the rivalry of tbe Red and Blue parties
were now among lhe Ibidgithal were nnd which.
for ths aske of this place lot us hope will
never bo revived Tho result was tho election of Sir.
Basse by a majority of two hundred and twenty odd
vote over billets saererafnl opponent. Fitherof
these gentlemen would hare made a good Chief Jos
From the interior of Mexico by wy of Hilamo-
ras we fasve nothing of interest except tbe late ad-
mission by tbe Dictstor'a organs .hit His Sereno
ighnss cannot subdue or bold In check tbe revolu
tion in Micboscan. I bave seen a private letter from
General Alvarea to a distinguished Mexican exile
residing here in which among other things he says
lhat he will by the 1st of Docemher mxi.oa thun-
dering In person at the gates or Morelia tho capital
of the revolted depertmenl unlew the place bere
tbensurrenderatoone ofbia Lleulensnts who carry
iin military operations in that section of the country
UvsrezV objcl Is to occupy every ea port on the
Pacific and thus cripple the Tyrant's already ex-
hausted resources. The indomitable Chler of the
rit will be as good as his word.
We yet have some sickness here aud In the coun
iryutlhopierailicg diciiei lrt b no meana cf
an epidemic character.
Tbe river la In good navigable order and as tbe
steamer Comanche has not returned from above we
have no news from tbe upper Rio Crrsnde.
Oar city continue crowded w 1th strangers prin-
cipally from the adjoining Mexican territory and
every houe In the place Is now being occupied.
Tbe weather Is remarkably warm for the Benson of
the year and a stiff norther now would restore the
tho city to Us uaual good health.
As the mall la about to close I will lid jou for
the present arfioi RANCHLRO.
Cotrcs CnaisTiKov.21ih 1834.
Editors Kkws : 1 1 baa been some long time since
I troubled you wltn any df my surplus t'mo and I
do not think lhat I should do so now were it not for
lhe unaccountable non arrival nf your paper for the
past two malls. The constant enquiry since tho
arrival of the last mail by yonng by old by tbe
air and by the trn-falr; by the Know-Notbing end
by theanll-Know-Nothing; by Ibe coarse featured
race of Africa aud by the fine formed countenance
or tbe Anglo-race; by the descendants of Men
tesumn and lhe proud Castillian to hlch titles
born has been bave you got tbe 2feV did the"
'News not come? Whtt Is Ibe matter with the
Galre'tou Sews'l? There iaa screw loose som-
wherel What's tho oso of the mail without lhe
"New1 and so I say and therefore you must not
longer neglect u.
A few words about the country and lewn. I haru
jjsl returned from a short preambulction in the
woods and up tho valley of the Nueces ritvr and
although I was prepared to see many and vast im
provements yet I was not prepared for half of the
rcahly. From bill aud from . ale can sow bo aern
gracefully curling heavenward tre smoke from the
habitation of eiviliied men on spots where but a
few snort years ago tbo red warrior In bla simple
grandeur warmed bla chilled frame by hU.undlf-
turbod camp-Are; little thinking that ho would so
soon be compelled to abandon bis beanliful and by
nature bountifully supplied borne; to abandon Iho
bonea and ashes of his forf parents and seek among
the craggy and barren mountains of colder otth-
Wostern Texas a place of security and means t-r
subsistence where be might linger out tho lemaln-
derof bio weary daya But such hes betn tho de
cree of an all wise Trovldence and so motelt be.
It has been discovered since Ue arrival of some
fanneru in this section of the country wbo brtal
want for good seasons In make crops of corn cotton
sugar tobacco or in fsctanjtbing el'ethat a mild
Southern cl mc with rich land will p'oduce; end
In cs grtat ttusdance es try oiher urtlon of the
world equally healthy with this btttlcrssra com-
ing in fast; 1 auppce there will be double the im-
migration to tbia county this year of any preceding
It. Lands are now chesp hut fait increasing in val-
ue. Good locations can now be hud at frotc teveotj-
fire cents to one dollar and twenty fire cents tcr
acre Part Wk pBJmPata ow ' llj0 limft for Pr
aanato move lo.
Farmers and stock raisers In this section feel per-
fectly safe from tbe attacks of the Indians and from
the veryeQcieatdifpoaitlonor the army made by
Ceo. Smith and the constant aceutlng of troops
wbicb be keeps up I have no hesitation In -aylrg
that this country is tare from the red man. It is not
to be supposed tbat Gn. Smith or any olher man
with tbe amount of force lhat has been at bis com'
mand could bave keH the entire frontier of Texas
quiet end tecu-o but that he has come a near do-
fog It as any one could have dore.I bave no hesita-
tion in sating.
Tbe army on tbla frontier baa been kept In more
action service for the past twelve monththen I pre-
sume any portion ot It ever wa when not engaged
in actlre wsr belore. it is mis ana the proper dia-
potitlon of tbe troops through the country that III
be-p our frontier safe.
Corpua Christ! Ia improving fast ; more rapidly
od substantially then aay place tbst I bave ever
seen in Texas or tbo South; dwelling house cuii-
ness houses and improvements of all kinds are
betnu mad and yet one half the demand cannot be
supplied. Carpenters are wanted; brick masons
blacksmiths turners aboe-makera laiiorf and In
fact mechanics of evety trade aro now needed In
Corpus Cbrietl and will continue to be. Contract
or good substantial mechanics ban irrimen aa
they are termed la what Is needed most. This city
la bound to go on Increasing and will be so long ss
Texas Is second only to Gaivcstcn In Importance
as a tea port clly- Tbe means of traveling the
eeast of Texaa li very pocr indeed; we need and
the General Government by a liberal mail contract
should have given us a line or steamers from Bra
xoa Santiago rs Aransas Matsgorda and Galveston
to New Orleans. Stir that up and see If some eater.
pruing Ororge Xairwtll not take it in hand nnd
supply the want.
The city is healthy and out of the twenty odd
deaths In it tbla summer I do not btbeve there was
eijbt of them the yellow fever as was reported.
The flrtt five deaths that created so much alarm
and gave rise to auch exaggerated reports through
out the country three of tbe persons bad been
pected to die for weeks and months and no one for
a moment would toppoae that the yellow fever or
any other epidemic had helped tbem to their graves.
I have written a great deal more than I intended
to wbn I commenced as all I wished was lo Inform
you of the failure of the arrival of your valuable
paper and to try and prevent the tame for the fa-
tore to s ADI03.
From iYciv Orleans.
Arriinl ot the lcraccrancc.
The tteamblp Perseverance CapL Place arrived
from New Orlosns this morning with dates to the
SOlh ult. Tho following Is a list of her
rissBKOARa CnpURoakeaodlad); Locketland
tndy; Miss Williams; Miss Mils and shier; Mix
Thompson; Miss Hamilton; Mire Little; Phillips and
daughter; Miss Bradley; Mrs Ilarri Mrs Shannon
and daughter; Mrs Reams Mrs Worlhen; Mis
West; Phillips wife and d tut titer; Aim and lajyt
NarDorl Banncrman and ladv: Mr DclIIanc and tadv:
Ljnch and laJj; Kwinjt Fannell; Harris HalT. W uu;
CTici; eniun; unnF jmriin ciewsri t oon; tani;n
Sali: Walker McAIpin; Ilaveere; Brown; Wevman:
Douglas; Foster; Hubby ;BoIion;Gass; Magiaeen;
The telegraphic doEpalchcs to the New Orleans
papers announce the arrival of the steamer Africa
at New York witb three days later advices from Eu
rope. Tbe cotton market had declined fur lower
grade" and breadstuff had also fallen.
The position of the Allied armies In tho Ctimea
appears to be rather critical and fhoir loetea mere
severe than previously reported.
The Intelligence from Washington City is of inter
est and togtlber with the foreign news is copied
Tbe New Orleans Cotton Market has declined and
prices are Irregular. Negotiations for money are
limited end fifteen per cent. Il paid for fair buiniss
names. In New Torkiom cf the best paper passes
ofi at 1820 per cent disband sterling has declined V
to i per cent. Tbe banks continued narrowing
Telegraphic A cwii
Three Days Latar From Europe.
New Yoia" Nov. SO Tbo Cunnrd steamship
Africa Capt. llarriaon. has arrived here wltb Intelli
gence from Liverpool to Saturday tbe lth ins
three days later than that brought by tbe Baltic.
tiii: c i : i i-ii: a.
PROGRESS OF THE BOMBARDMENT.
The Africa brings no reports af anything decisive
having been accomplished at Sevastopol. The bom-
bardment however was still progress lug.
Lord Kag'an'a trUclal account of tbe engagement
or wbkh the report was brought by the Baltic Ui
been received in Englaud and published. IJta ver-
sion d ffers lutlo from tbat of Caurobert already re-
ceived lutbia couniry. It adinlla tbat the coLflat
waa very obalioately waved and states tbat ibe field
waa covered with Ibe dead and the djing of lhe
eneroj whose loss greatly exctedud that which tbey
sustained Iu tbe battle of tbe Alma. Among iLo
dead on the side or the Allies Gen.Catbcan Llcui.
Geo Stranwsyaand Brigadier Gen Moldln (Jj are
The condition of affairs In the city la reported lo
be awful. Tbe Inhabitants were suffering dreadfully
from want ot water. The Russian troops Wrre un-
ableui bcry tbe dead who were connequeDilytbrowu
into tbe bay; but the sea rejected tbem and tho
bench wuslrown with their ourpsea.
Prince Napo-eon waa to command the atorming
columns which wcro to make tbe assault ou the
The winter bad already begin to set In and with
great ee ertty. The floe. were suffering such dieas
ters that tbey had been compelled to put to sea and
could therefore ot couorse take no part in continu-
ing tbe bombardment. Tbe gales Id the Black tea
already experienced bad been bo frightfully destruc-
tive that four sbipa belonging to the Ruuian fleet
a Turkish r-blpcl 80 guns mod a frigatf bad been
sunk by them; and itwas feared that accounts of
father disasirous w recks bad yet to be received
The 1 iret French Division bad been detached from
the besieging army and despatched to reinforce the
Tbe two Allied armies In tbe Crimea are reported
to bare been reduced to 500f 0 men.
Admiral Lvods has left Ibe sauadroo before Sevas-
j tops.il and gone to watch tht S of Aiof- All mer
it was expected tbat an Immediate attack would be
made on Ibe Russian fioiila off tbe Danube which
waa stationed at lahraael.
By advices wbicb bave been received bv the sun
Department at H ashlngton. It is announced that tbe
Atliea Intend forcing a rigorous blockade el all the
Russian pons in tbe Black Sea the Baltic the White
reo and Sta of Azof
TheCunard s'eamshipNlsgsrala among those which
have been chartered by the Allies to convey troops
"4 rat "tcHi.
In consequence or the steamihipa of tbe Canard
line having: been taken nn for the rjurno nf t-ir.
ing troops to tbe Crimea we shall have no steamer
direct irom uverpooi either here or at iuiir until
the steamship Pacific Capt. Njc lo sail on the 29th.
soaii arrive iu iub meanume nowever we may eX'
peel newa by other lines.
Lord Palrneraton ' Misilon.
It Is rumored that tbe object of Lord Palm era ton's
visit to France la tbat of making arrangements for
tbe re-cstablishment of tbe Kingdom of Poland. An-
other rumor is that It Is to prevent America's ab-
Tbe Africa brings no fartbar Intelligence In refer-
ence to the Arctic Nothing bas been beard of the
missing beat and passengers.
The rear of the building No. S5 Wall street bas
been entirely consumed bv fire. Tho office of the
Mercantile Mutual Insurance Company fcaj been
damaged to tho extent of fCT.OOO.
The W illlanioburg HIottn.
Tho Willirnburtr rioters were rruuahl up for ex-
amiuiil.uu to.day aij LIn e etu ujuiim.J iy bail (u
I lent terdict.
The jury iu the case or Samuel Prury r. Georue
Wikux and others for a trt-pas committed in 1349
hao brought ia a verdict for the plaintiff with ?"-
The Rev. Tbei-doro Pntkt-r and others charged
wlib nut aud IncHmt- to rli i in the Itnrni ca"0. hav
to-day bi-rn adtniiied to bat in tbo sum of 81300
fsrh for their LJ'iK-arduceJ to ntinwir tbe charge In
The Ailiciat beastopol.
WAMiiNorti(. Nov. 2S Tin Mate Department
here U reported ii bave received di-paichca by Ibe
Bui lie Id whcb It id nni.oiii.ii-d that ttio lom ot the
allitd Irifujin tbeCnmea ha Ifn much trrtaier
than the .utilietn-d nccnunia ftaie. and Hal llit-ir
poaiiion lx.f in: te.asii'jio) l aUo more critical Ibun
the puhti.bed rt-Hirlj made it appear.
1 he President Meanse
Tbo Trrsideut'ii Me-ae got a inin the binds of the
pubbc piliiW lo-morroev
apert f t n1iIunton.
Thec'tylsnow grolDH qiuttflirelr end pitting
on ruin i vidtncen of tbo a proavlm.g bu-) pmlod.
Many (J.iii?rt-pmer are already here and olhtrs are
arriving irotn cijionaj.
The Sniniiih Minuter here. Sertor Cueta. U in a
very critical condition and but lulic hope Is eiiUr-
iaineu ot uis recovery.
flccallof SI in Isters.
Nm Vobk. Nov 2d There arw confllently pro
pagated rumors! current itti o.er this city a-v.rifng
that tho rn-aidt-nl la about lo recall Mr. Jlason our
Mimltr lo trance and Sir. Soule our 51 in let t-r to
Another such rumor has it that pniiUe informa-
tiuu hn.Kn rtceueJ thi.t Mr. Soule will not be
ricelted at Madrid.
Of course thco reimrls are alleged Io emana'c
from good authority at Wa-bliiiaton ; but there dois
not teem to be anythi t bout them to render them
worth of absolute relmbilily.
DenlUt Hcale B-eutenccd.
PniLiPCLrniA Nov. S3. Cialm tho denti-t lately
rnntlr.il.! nf lit lain c a touni ladf who bad cone
t'ibtm Tor prof-ssiotial service alter having flnt
pulhtr underthoii fiurLCwof clilorofoitn was to-
ilav scntrnced to imiirisonmeat viitli hard labor in
lue peniiennary wr ui c jrxrs.
The Crnnd jury ot the United S'ates Curl in this
city i rngagud i i Invtstigatlug tbo cieH of the
loss oi the bitaiucr arctic aau mo wrcm oi iuu
shipNen 1 ra.
The fhellaoftbo Iliea haded fire to the great
hospital in fetbautopol and tho buildn g waadMtroy-
ed There ( re i.Olttl woundid lylrg In the bof-pilal
at the tune
Later jroxr.1 IVcv OrScatss !
Arriinl ot thr CharleOIorp.iii.
Tho steamship Charles Morgan armed nt lur
vharf yesterday evening at 3 o'clock lating made
lhe pas siitc fron New Orleans In llnrty-th-eo hours.
pAWCevoaas- Mrs E B Nicli"! Mrs Gray; MM R
laonii .V mother; His Kltler; Mrs MeinnlAt f im.Iy
m.. Anlin:MifS Austin: Miss R UbIIjcc.CoI Riley
A. tndy; Mr C K lltitrtica L. lady ; Geo HulIT .- ludy;
n Ilonard K ln.li; Mcrs Joins Rock wood i. InJj;
Itm; Mvldox A. tloail; J M Kobitiron: J II Wapiiot;
Koberl lllUS i-OP 'ICMU'CUli III It la allllsl'. ll-
Mfti-wi Weston; Hoyden; Holmes; Clcmm; Young;
J II Earl; C R Hull-trd; J Philips; Messrs r.itlrriii;
Ilrodgpo; Mgee. thirty deck listen gcra fifteen
negroes flvo hcrees and raven digs.
Our files of New Orleaai papers enniain further
advices from Ruroi e by tho steamship A frlca ; n
week's later ttwa from California and Oregon to
getter ith IntellfRtncc from Australia aadNcw
The Idlest dates from Scbatopl to tho 6th nil
announced a terrible batt'o on tho day previous
which lasted from daytt5bt until nsir dark. The
Allien lost 5003 and lb) Rulan3 Sdl0. Russian
accounts put their loiaatless. Four Russian ships
were sunk In tbe linrbor.uml tho ho"pftal. containing
!i000 woundcd.wai destrojed by the Allies ehelK
Fourtbousand frrsb trot pa were sent to the Crimen.
from England and SO 000 wt re ready to leave France.
Winter had set in in the Black Sea aud lhe allied
fleets bad snff-red from storm and the troops from
cold A portion of tho Iron c) lenders eneb lo con-
tain a thousand pounds of powder for blowing up
the sunken ships at tbo entrance to Eebastopol bad
biea cnt from Et gland
Tbocbo'era haa re-appeared in Athens Greece
anl Is .cry futal.
CALiruBMA Business in San Francisco and
ltiroughuUtCaIirGiuis.iaBa.ld to bcod. Stveral mur
ders arc reported. Tbe Know No1 bingi elected their
candidate for Comptroller. Col. II) s w ho is survey-
or-Ctrcral had been very ill but wua rcovcring.
The gold mines in Oregon aro y elding fairly.
lino fpwinuns f gold bid btca fjund one day's
ride from accouver.
AcaiBALiA. The yield of gold la declining and
markets were try du.I. The inhabilanls were In
fear of au attack ou tbe colony by the Kusslan forcta
said to be in that quarter.
A revolutionary part) had been dilated iuXew
Granada and tl-elr leadtr tiken prisoner.
TLc cholera has prevailed with great mortality on
a number of tmlgrcntahipe Irom Europe.
FCRTIILillll 1 I1C A HI I CA.
New Yore Nov. 99. Mench kuff is said lo be
concentrating hi forces m Ujksc ilsserai Mmphera-
pol and other poiiila in tbe i.i;borhoud of Sevaato-
poL. It ia rumored lhat ibe Czar baa accepttd the
lour points iT Aunina as the basis of dLt-ct negotla.
lions and bassreirdto HlUidmw bislruopafruui Ibe
fcl ckneas at ?e. nslupol.
Tjitus fever la repotted to be raging dreadfullj
Lxcllcmenl lo England and France.
England and Fiance tro n. preteiited a txirg great-
la- vcn.ii-A lit llsitoLlllLlOll Ol thctr Till 161! LLll e
tt.nslepiCarationsart)ou toot for the despatch of
Uoopaioiue sceuo ui '
It Is rumored that there was a terrible buttle on
the lltb and that many boiuAuda wcresUin; but
thia report b not credited
Lciles and Lonns.
It ii said thrt Frarcn talks of levylrg SCO 0C0 men
andraiiinr a loan of CuO O00000r. Tbe additional
troops can hardly reach the Crimea In three wntks.
Liverpool Kturssay that new rolurorcemenis are
being liaily aent ot-t; new loans tuut be made;
while I hi state of things continue tierc is no pros-
met of money twins easier or industry revived.
Cclcmbu S.C Dec2. Wo have the following
additional items of nwabyetnanHiip Africa which
arrived at New Voik on tho 9th ult.
Rutslan digpa'chos frum Sevastopol Io the 9.b
nlL a to that nothing t f importance bad transpired
since tbe 5th. Tbe Rus-laus wtre engaged In
btreiifithcnlng their works while tho Allies were
pu-blng rorura tueirsLigo cperauoca.
MmrcbikotT ndransa losa of four thousand men
n lhe 5th. and thicks the Allies1 1 S3 wns create r.
The Lnglish Giin.rnls Calhcn:! Strangaja and
Admiral achincoff had recovered from Ms
Reinforcements for tho Allies v. fro arriving in tho
A diMiatch from Berlin 18th November enys Rus
sia will accept the invdia 'on of Prussia and lake tbo
fuiir rolnrs e f tho V.enna ConfLrtttce Into comidera-
tion but cannot abandon her rrotort crate of Iho
Principalities. U is stntid lhat iho Earl or Aber-
deen thn UrUiih Prtmieropp0aed Lord rainier btona
miefiou lo France
Uichardwn A. Ilrotlicrs quoto a decline iu Iho
Liverpool tu&ikrt of en eighth penny ou cotton and
Havre commercial ndvicesof tbe llth ult. state
tba ua'e-a or onion urine wets at ini bales incw
Orh'ans tret enfiaaire wns quoted at bb irs.
The rrcIdenl lleannsc.
WAsniNOTos Die 2. It h poxilivtly slated tbnt
the Preftidnife raesMige wl'l bo delivered on Monday
next. It in a highly important document find very
lengtty u iiigiveniy-ue iciavo piges. n u in(
Pre-iili.ntirl.e3 hli rcawns for vetoinzthe Riviram
Harbor Improeiieut hill which Is rnnled along
Air. t-oulr oud LouU Napoleon.
Nm YriiK. D'c. 2 Mr. Sonic has written a scath
ing letter to 1.01114 Napoleon which it is siid will be
publicised tn me ijonuun lines.
Nbw Yise Dec 2. The steamship Star of the
Wist arrived at Ibis port to-day from Fan Juan
brintcfng San Fraucico dales Iu the Ulh ult. and
S737X(H. In si etie.
All Mormons in San FrancIaco had been ordtrcd
to leave thatcilr br the mom h of Mar.
Tbeflrft atlemt t to re-ojen nn overland express
eommnnicallon bet worn Acpulo and era Cruz
had failed through tlie refusal of General Alvarea
to grant as'potis to ino sgeuis oi ire company.
Cot. Ktixav. The rcporled expedition of this
gentleman to effer bis tervicea to the Emperor Nico
las turns out to bo an expedition to Cen'rAl Ameri-
ca. A correspondent writes tbat he ia appointed tbe
local Agent of the Contra! American Land and Mi-
ning Companr cla ming to be Ibe sole owners of San
Juan and all tbe surrounding country forthreeor
four hundred miles along the coist. Col. K. is said
to be In command of some ranger" ba Ing objects
in view of rather a 11 buslering character. They
intend to assi rt the title of tbe Company by force if
necessary with lie understandirg tbzl they are lo
receives mil'ion or two cfacrcd of lhe Mosquito
Kingdom for their reward.
137" The mytterioiii dUoppearnnc" ofCandee the
Teller of tbe American Exchange Bank of New York
w ith 8133500 bas created gret.1 excitement In Wall
53The abort session of Conjrreia commenced
yet-lcrday lo lerminue on the 4th of March next.
A quorum waa expected on the first day as mem-
bers had been arriving in U asbinton for eomo lime
past. Fume er.trls will probably bd made to agitate
the Nebra-La question and no me kit dred measures
but asth late elections bare riot -"fleeted a suflc-
lent change in tbe Sonata in enable the advocates of
rereal to hope fur succes1 it li not cxrcciedlbat
much time will be knt in tho unless agitation. Il Is
now undcrstcod that the President's ment-agfi will not
be Tor-tarded as heretofore under eeal to ditrerenl
parta of tbo couniry to be opened and made public
on the day of its delivery. U shall therefore pro-
bably have to w< for tho full document by due
course of mail after It has been rea t to Congress.
Meantime w e shall however doubtless havo pretty
full telegraphic ou: injs of it.
XjT" Reevta Uuck A Co. extensive Iron nanu-
fsciurera tjf Pblladtlrhia aio reported to havo
faded IhcirlUbilities betnj variously estimated at
$000000 to9MtOCGO and their a-els at fV0V
fp" Tbo rcceipta of cotton in N. Orleans appear
to be very larse On the 30th ulL the arrivals
amounted to 11.276 bales.
WATCIIr. (.UICKH AMI JEW EMI V.
niu iiwnmtnii' nut iimeir. Liutt"
Jewelry and lANCi GUODfa. conii-t-
Ung 1 faj
IIaI.I anil IfiTriss TTiTnflnt- &nsl a TisrA j
Cl UCIv5-Dght day Marine Striving and papier
LlItLST lTS-Masonic Odd Fellows. Firemen's and
linger Hirers 'Seek Chains and CuJ Pins.
ComlNKklacesAnnlctand Fancy HnceKts.
Oold Sleeve Ituttons fctuds iob Chains Seals and
(Jflld Silver and Steel Ppctac'e".
Pilver Napkin llintt and Thimbles
Pocket Compassef . I'ens. Paper an 1 Penrds.
ax and Jet Heads Ac- all f which will he w I cheap
by A. J. LUNMNOIIAM
Comer Tremnnt ani Mechanic sts.
noToC-tw-J Opposite the Pa metro llouse.
71CO AtIUl.M 10ilKLK.
Ofifi ACItF on the Head Waters or Lonr Kine
sllUVr Creek ia Polk Coanty.ncar the town ol Liv-
1500 Acre near M.lpaw'a I-Iand. II mil-s North-eaet of
the town of Liberty lleadrigr t of w m. Smith.
CIO Arres. purl of ttreenltlunta lleadrijrht. known as
Kauffmaiis improvetaents. at the mouth of Turtle
Payou. east side.
220 Acres liounty Land or Double Tlayou.
CZ"I will sell the abocin ent.re tracts for mer
chandixeoran exchange for ciiypr-ipcrty.orig-naltl-tlcs
in my po!:eion. vlucll may be amnel t any
Uine. InovSt) N. D. LAUADIE.
on by -
Kboul tne UnHcd
UNCLE NED AND TllS?"51A PALE.
I ouee went to ReUing! frme Solve for Cucie
For lit 'd mat with adaadUl blow.
And be bad a deep cut on tba ltde of Lis bead
And the blood oVr Ins wool tiki flow I
Chord- Spread out Rtddmg'j Calve just so
Right upon the cut let it go.
And there's no more pain for Uncle Ned.
tor Rtdilirig'$ Sola never fjils wo kuow.
A day or I wo sfler we went to Uncle Nod
He as brisk and brutal to e
For lhe surn vrm well on tbu suits of h s bond
Dat ReJJinfs Salvt is the stuff P said be.
Cnm So when you get an awkward blow
Jjuae no lime bni Unto Rtilw $ go
Anl quickly you'll be cured like- Uncle Nel
Fur lieddtuz'c Salte ntverfath ve knoie.
For Pole by N. D. Lahadie anl T. Kcetrh. Calves-
Ii. IE. It.
THE IMFORTANCE UF RCGUHUrV.
It is highly imporMnt ttut mankml should ob
serve strict reguinniy m all tba Klufra or lite.
llcguhruy induces health 1 regularity produces
disease. Mot people aro particular about eat tig at
regular uoura retiring io res. ai rtuiur hours
rising at a regular lime and we should be equally
ftcal and ecrimouluua huniora c.r the body at a rcgu
lir hour lo ttnpty tba bowe'a of Ibeir content at
a regular lime. If mankind wouid obt.rve ihii
greil and important duly aud prepare I heir bum Is
to more retrulantr. Ihcv onid kh.kI tmim
sicknets. Radway's Regnlalors induce Kegulaniy
Tbey regulate every organ to regular action. Tho
uver rancreas iviuneysiicnrtyLln BowelA and
all other orgaue will after Ibe action (fRjdwsy'a
wcguiators unco wiih nllllm rrgularlty T clock-
Rork Ptriona troubled with Coailreness Indiges-
tion Dyspopeia Ac u Hi flod lhat by taking one or
nidWB)'sKigul3torstvery nigbt ongoing to bud
they w ill bave a plieaiit di-c'iargo of tho bowela In
the morning -I a regular period of lime. One Kenu
lulnf irifl rttvttlfttistfcraia. tvill ..!-
lilor will reKUiat" three will purge
bold by Druggets everywhere.
11 would hardly do for n one (o have tho
iiih ii-uin o uiTuinii Hiiicri which ar prepared hy I
Dr C M. Jarkaon. In casn of djsjepaia hvor :
compliint and derangement of Ibe dLotlve or-t-ns
their many virtues luvelotigslucoheen mi4 plainly
a parent. They purse rrom the sieui the morbid
humors whirh retard the natural rjnetions an I bring
palcnrsslolhe cheek andioffered lo tho brow.
iiu-y udu auiuoeocioirsupon liapplneBaud reetore
iho system to high health fca adverti-cment.
HoLtOtlAV's OtNTMlIT ARD PlLL: TIIZ RIT
or St. tephin a rear allaib Cornwall was nfflicied
Kr a considerable time wifh a bad leg; tt had three
or four larse wennda ia it attend! with continual
pain nnd general Ios of health. Ho tried many
rcmeaies precnora by targr ons and others but ob-
tained neither relief nor an mitiiration of suflVr-
Inga. At length from recommendalti o he Iried
Ho'loway t Ointment and Pdls anj Ihesn invaluable
medicines rnVcied a perfect cure in a very short
period Fir. Mckav. chemini. n Jo i-..ipt
Mrect Dsvonporl vouches for the truth of thU
On Sune'ay the 13th of Norembcr. at lhe residence
of IRrinon.nrq.on Sao Jacinto Bay Mr. Fnir5D
Rrrvi;sff Houston to Miss .Mart Jank OaiiaoK
of Harris connty.
III It XII.
Iu Galveston on th Z7th int. the Isdy or J. U
White E.q of Caney Island Uarria county of a
We have received a large variety of new type paper
cardi. colored ink etc. for
ROOK AM) JOU PRISTiaC.
Our Job Department h now under the minagcient of
Mr. 0. 11. UarteL lat- cf Philadelphia whose cxpe
ricnceinthelargestJob Offices In the United States will
enable us to turn t nt work equal to any office In the
South. All orders will be executed with dispatch ou
AWI.UAJi COCfIltA Senior
THE PLANTER'S AGE.NT.
WILL attend strictly to the rece'vingto fV?3l
rirg Shipping. ortellInKftoiionrtisi
ALsO. to the sale of all other produce. oriQJ3iS
property committed to hiscare. lie will give give hi?
special attention to th selection purchase and for-
w arding of all description oi goods and groceries. W j I
receive and forward all shipments that may be com
signed to his rare. No article will be too small to en-
sure his attention In allcacs. wnilen ins'ructlnnswil
bo requlreil. and t he vr ry if tier of taid instructlonf (If
possible J shall be complied with.
RcFaarscrs ir Galvestox:
Judge J B. J -nes Ir. I Pver.
A. Jones fcsq llr J. fchacklefbrd. jr.
Mesia lean A Cramer. Judire R. D. Jahnon.
tiT" Ah ot the old sett era ol Polk LiDurty Montgom-
Family resi ence. Cold Sprints
dcefrSI wtf PULK COCMY.TEAAS.
I. J I.ATIIA.TI.
Dry uxis urocenea. uaru .m-L-wfii .
"3 .aro Wnnilxnvgr. Phtn. K.fift fcf fcT"
if . "."."-r. """
rfi.iass ann t-annenware tau
dlery Jswe'ry. turniture and
rrv article in the Ilou-e I-urnlitiinit une.
Having -received tny fall Stock which isnewrom
nets. I am prepared to sell every article in the above
me. ot whieh 1 have a full aisortment. at fair living
profits ant will fill orders sent to mc from the country
on as good terms as any tabhhhmnt in Houston.
I have received from the Northern Markets all the
latest styles In Prcos llibbons bonnets and every
article in the I ancy Dry Goods Une. ALSO A toll uy
It nf intrr ( lotliirp. Ilnftta and M w. Itlnntsiia
Funnels and Woollen sod4 cf all kinds. Carpets
Vi alt paper and all such articles as are feed in fumish-
ios bouses with ull sets ol China and Larthenware of
ttie newest n&iierns
3 Une b octavo Phno Fortesfrom the "grj- '
well known estabbshment of Hallet Ih i-mnJZEq
Cumston boston together with a va ft ?T"rrrV?l
rietyof other articles both ornamental1. St li a
and unefuh toj numerous to mention-all of wLkU 1 will
tcllon reasonable terms.
decM-wt f L. J. L ATI! A 5L
AlAKEIIorSC AD COTTON SIIKO
A 7 JOIISSO S BL VFF rOLK CO C3TTT.
Tbe lamLnsis cood. and very ceneaient and 1 will
give my personal attentinn to it.
lhe patronage of the public ii repeclfnllv soIiciIeiL
Near Cold Springs Pec 5. ISal-cCm
.TO.ODO 1 III IT TUCI.-i A"L un
Orir'ffi-i.LherriGs Hcs. Plums Oainces. t'oraeuranates.
Ac all named varieties warrr anted true Catalocuc
wuh prices int en ncpiicauon. iicnvereti in ew ur-
lenunncn rcqii.siei- it. a. iiiiirir.ii.
hokm: i nu;r.
CiTOI.lT'iTfrnmmvlot.three miles South of Monfarnm
O ery.nni1.emxhtorthtMhirit.a HLACK IIUKK
tlx years ol I: about fifteen handj high round form
compact and well made No white murks except a few
white liairs in his lurrhcad not noiiLcd except by a
clo" ohservi r. ami saih.le marks.
ALSO V Si i:..LL MA Ur . agrl alxmt seven or eigb t
years Hbnt fucrterntnd a half h-indshlgli. One or 2
wrnie hind feet: and a great many small white specks
scattered al ever ker.rpecks not larger than a five
cent piece. The thief ho stole the abote described
horw was a ta.I small man rerbaps six ftet high sup-
pacd to welvrhf-mn 140 to l-0poundsblackhairand
ey e. wore a t iac. goai ice wnen iasi seen cere ne rou
n conr small black Lena.
1 will give oae hundred dollars for the apprehension
ami delivery of ttie thief in the town of Montgomery
and Lfiy dollars fur each of tr-chorcdehverdtomt-.
i will give a rcascuaumrewaruior cue ueienuouereitn-
cr thief or lortcs to that 1 anthem
i!ontoo vert. Texas. Dec i. ISJI 3w-w
Mltt IIItLIt AM .11 A I W. Mi nJ-LItVCK.
PR0MNCIAL IVFCRANCE CO OF TORONTO. C. W
G. JI. Ciaag Pree.dcnt. I EDWAanO.0CaiBaSec'y
THE UNITED ST VTFSIIFE INSrP..NCE.ANNUITT
Branch Officefcr abtve Ctt A. 43 Camp 'L .V. O
All Premiums retained and allclalns promptly adjiut
cd at thu Olhce BENJAMIN FLOIt NCh Agent.
UAKM0N DOANE Asa't AgttA.
r7" Agency for above Companies
BENEDICT A PAQAUD. Tremont Ft
jnaraiswwly Galveston. Texas
TO lIMIUltYl Ail I'CUTbliK. "
SEcnniTV op debts and property.
Ilrlllsli Lire Insurance Com any
Capital Parable on Call 935.10.000
Capital Intcstcd 4llt)0.000
LA5T ntVICE5D DCUEB0 SI TKa CZST.
Local RtJertnc Board. JVio Orleans:
D. C. Caxmace. lq- Wir. Mills. Jr Fq.
ITTIB COIKIT. Jr-EstU Jnitf .ViXTFBOr. liq
G Akkolo Holt. -qH IVh.Mcsk Lec.IL B. iL C
Solicitor Joux istubop.
TIICSIOT L1TFJIV bTlBLi
ON rOSTOFFICE STOPPOSITE TREMONT HOUSP
TTAYING removed rrom our old stand
i m Trsmiit3 lorcieriT tura am
incairewB uegieKcu lomniniiiu
tn nf Halvf-l m. ant vie! tori ta
Lrland. tbat we shall shortly receive a
nav tnrk nf Bunzies Camsire and
Ho"Tes superior to any herelolore introdinto. eiprcssly
for hire by the Jah. Day.Ti eekor MentJ. to be used on tbe
Th.ntfiii fir nHpt fftvorj. we can assure onr friends
and patrons that so pains will be spared to accommodate
them at all horns on the vuot reasonable terms.
39 An Omnibus and Carriage wait on evcrySteam-
boat and horses and carriages for excursions down the
nilvTW. ArHtS'tt. ittwwtf m
T R. MKSTIEE would respect- rf&rVzZa
. tally icvile the attei lion of SJvT rr-Jl
eitlaens and strantters visiting fe-tTj-P
UalveMon. to ins new ana cum w
ni.i. !H.t..l I'l.Iixptr. teMi h. ui aSTiJ
considerable expense he has recently fifed up. for the
btnentoi sucnasare iohu ui uie iniTevuiix pusuuicn
pistol shootuiK It is in the rear of his old establish-
ment on Mechinic street. Attached Is an apartment
where nentlemen. vi-ii'in the jndlery. can refresh thm-
slve ith excellent hot.olfee. A& potTw tw
WF are In receipt of a full supply of all kind of
Surgical Instruments; cnsiitini in part of the
Axrcranxo IssrirMtKi Incases.
DCSTIL " "
With a central assortment of Erslish and Gcnnai
Scarificators trana' Crown Lancet. spring Lancets and
Lancet Llades- WOODLItF A CADY.
FIlhMI IHtLt.- tU:i)IClM Ac
W00DL1EF A CADY are now rcceivms; and open-
ing a fresh and extensive stock of
....DRUGS AND MLDICLNE3....
Tojrethcr with a fine aorrmertt of Dnisxta's nsrd-
ware. Perfumery etc to which tner would call the
attention of dealers in general and particularly thefr
un-Ciiuntry friends an I acquaintances desiring to make
purcli nea in their line. no v4-wt w
1(1 I'll-H Iti. AMI IIItt...('I.IU
IT7 E hnve just received per jJp i;Ur Repute and
1 are now epcninc a very 7.nsivc asscnuient of
suit. J """ T1IEXTS.
JMCHAW.J u.JrtmsIt ewviOi
i" .:;". i.it.i iisrv u. iaii
ia ine aoovc. 1 "- -us.
anl exami I -
offer such fndiceUp with anch avy
lsldcuiin. mow aufn" "
FOR TATtlNT. UP 1
CUUKT AX UAL
J llmliHh Jmlicfl
iwo . fiss ioaj
1 on Aion-
iy we finds?
Twrt Warn f
uic wisx m
liy nraer oij
Furnished by James Sorlcy &1- Cottnu Factor
GALVESTON. atceat Moxkixc
l)fCt-iuoer3J 1834. 1
Wear still without narigition on our rivers. Tlie
Briuoa nrcr la sat I to be in good boa hn condition but
fhmpera are deposed to await the opening of tbe canal
rattier than encounter the enormoiu lo3s bydime
ard negket. tLat Is incurred by Uudnig cotton at t'ic
mouth of the rircr f jr rlilcment to Cm port. Te are
posItivcljauareJ.by thost who oujlit to know that
the canil will be ready for use In a short time. The ca-
nal itself Is computed but there are In West Day sev-
eral slttHitliat require deepening which Ij now being
done. The lata a'ttrcptar.dtiLureor the steamer Maj.
Iiarrii cannot bs ronsidtred a criterion for th saa.0
norther Llw tlie water out or tbe Cpi'crlUy.sotbat
tHehKhtrieamcr Neptune from Houston with cnlvlW
bak s of Cotton on boank lay acround all debt.
COTTON -islt.ee our la-t review we ate in reicirt
cf accountafrom Lt.errooT.pcr "Ctnadi." to the litis
nlL reporting a steady market fr cottnn. wiuiout
change iiuiJotatijni. Our litest dates from New York
are to the -id ult quoting Middling cotton O'Ac In our
market we have not hear 1 or a sal) during the put
week except a email ht of Dean cotton ). a lloiutnn
merchiut at rates not traosp re-1 The amount ouering
id limited to taDbi'is. We contiiiun last week's quota
tions which are however only nominal :
Inferior.. 5 OSH
Ordinary t tt "
(liwnlinlinarv to Iviw SI ilil.inu' 7 IA IU
31 dd.inE to strict Mid ltin! 8 t
l.nn.1 Mui.llini C.i
Mi Idling lair. nominal.
Stoikon IiandlstSentember.mt Tu
Kccuzts at thin Port toUte VMS
Do at other Puru "-3
Sims time Total for
P-silti loityear. lastyeir.
- lot ranee
ilther Cvntinl Poru.
" New Orkjns
Vjt'd amount of incociinRCrop at UiE Port. F.VWO bales
Keriipts of Cotlnn to 1di AURnsLlit .... KMl "
Cotton Crop of last season to Outf Ports..llu3
season Ih.tc "57-0
biiffar uiitl lol.iiic..
. 5u9 hote
. I 2 hh.Lt.
. tr-n libld.
SI fltlL Slnrk mlll. t. efllilo hCkiC. Sloct rn
hind Ut. -cpU lstUlhlids. aiolisses-Mock sniilL
equow ijiit nock on hjuu tctruii v.
SALT. UrcipU to dale l sad. i7e quote i2 00
IC'tllFR. KrtCipUtoiIateSJOJI ft. Car0 rices
17 tftsxi" 00. Mocktni3L
EXCIUNCl- Putalimiled am unt offer nff Fmht
on Lantern ernes lutl X ? cL prero. ; sixty days sucht
19J V ct diMOJnt; New Orkans sikht h V cent
prem.. eixiyaayssi.niiui-v lytxniat'count.
I:REl:iT3.-DuU. To New York He for Cotloa-
ItodU u u
Cl en reel.
Ens Condorcla Lnimna.
Ship J. V. Paunn
H-irk M lfurJ
Brii esta.. ".".".". .""... ...".
" Stephen loun
ComprciIrirf Cotton Cuauwtse23c3 Iilc- Foreign -Oc
0"Jc p r b Ue.
ttharfass paid by freiiit no charge for berth to
Ojlvlstox.Nov. 33. 15J4.
Stock on hand lit September 151 .bales 2.2C
Rr-ceipt-t thli weekat 'hi Port " 1 1 1
lts-ceived previoudlvattbm port 11
Bccvlved at oilier leXaaPurU SJ2
Total " 132
Fxpnrled to Great Untain touate biles uwv
Ti Irance " fctd
To other 0 -ntintnul p rts " OtWl
To New rleans Im
ToMuble " 0.IO0
To I'Hlumore WW
To PhilHilelphia : "
lo New lork 5.741
TO Loeton Ii-o-I(
Remaining on hand and on thlpboard .3513
A"civ Grlcajii JIurKcf.
Weddoiday Nor. S3 I8J1.
COTTON All hoceh lhe demand appeared lan
guid In the early part of lhe daj.lt improved ard
resulted lu Ibe sale of 2200 bales at Irregular prices :
Ordinary 7 Oood Middling Si"5 84'
Low Mlddlim? H&H I ''Iiddlia? Fair. 9j $
Middllac 8HS.fi;; I Patr 10
FUG U Fair to fully Fair 3s S AUc.
MOLA-aLS yaleof pnnwat I7lflc
FLOUR a'L Louis. 8 5I; Fancy SJ CCS S3 3;
CORN -0ft05c q bushel.
0T tL IaiuisC5c-
IIRV 300 sacks mild SI f.0 V K0 lb.
UIIISIvKY r.ecdflwd 41c; Uaiv 4jc.
ItCOV SiieSKiIdntSc; Shoulders OtT.
LAUD Pniue 10c.
COr I- LK Rio sold ot PfcS.OJi'c-
1 KL1GIITS A sMp takeu fur Lhcrpool at &L
ECII ANGES-Uneti!ed. Merlin? with b'.lls of la-
dint; attached was sold &I SP percent premium
and tho best Gil ifas billsi n New YorU would not
bare brought over - per cent. discounL
CATTLU-Choice Western 7T fJc t fl net
Texas aud Attakepa3 4GXc choice Texas 7c. V
On Saturday tLe 3d Inst. lhe Eahs of cotton wcro
300 bales at previous rates
In otber articles there la no chance of nolc
Exchange on London ha I declined. Freights to
Liverpool for cotton il.
Mobile Dec. 2. Tho salts of Cotton for the past
week embrace IGOO bales the market closing duil at
Sc V Hi ft r Midlling The week's reeeipM have
been BGUO bales. The experls for tho eamtf time
SJOU. Stock remaiuinj ou band Inst evening 50.3UI
ha If 3.
Lltcrpool t'oimn MarLrt.
Tlio reports and quotations of the circu'nrs of lhe
I8th ult relative to tbo condition of tho Liverpool
cotton market aro not so favorable as at last ad-
vli.es. Priced of some grades had dtclioed about ad. per
pound but rn lower gnules theic hid Utnni-tiale
advance. On lh ldth tho day iho (Uamcr sailed
the uarkelwaadull aiidfluctualinjr.
The salts of tho week endfl on the diy the rlram-
er sided an repor.ed to hate amounted to3I Oat)
bales. Of thew speculator toot 1600 bale and
exporters nlii) bales.
Middling 3obiltf iifjuoted at L per round
Tbe Imports since tho departuro of Ibo Haltie
ntnoti tiled to 2000 bales.
Tlie stuck on ban 1 ta estimated at 043000 bale?.
There hsd hem n geurral diclir.o In the fneeof
DreailKiuui nurtng ino week.
Flour is quoted at a dfcline of li per barrel.
Ishcathns declined 3d. per huhei of 70 pounds
lionet. Consols Ac.
Tho money market remained tarj up to latett ac-
counts. The bullion in the Hack of En-rlan 1 according to
the weekly report publMird oalhednj the steamer
sailed had inert ai-d f-16utl0.
Consols had experienced a further dechue of tf per
crnt and was quoted at lheeIo-eonlhc ISlh at9JJE'
for money and 0l for account.
The market for American stocks was drooping.
Hnvrr Cotton .MarkeL
Commercial advices from Havre to Ibe lath ulL
report n fair demand for cotton in that market tho
daily Bales averai-in; 1000 bales. Prices wore with-
out material change.
New rL Markets.
A telegraphic des pulrh nf Ibe -9ih ult. sojs :
The sates or cotton In tbU market daring Iho acta
hnve amounted foS-SlH) hale.
The quotallnna are lor JJtddlintr Uplands 9'c per
pound ; for Middlirz Orleans &c per pt und.
Exchange on tendon Is quoted ai 9 per cent pre-
mium. Freights on Cotton are at quoted Jic
New lorL .Iarkei.
Naw Vour Dec. 2. O l'nnhi declined an eizltli
nf a cent. He tow quote Mid Urn? OrIean8JJf'c.
Ohio Flour is north SS ?5 to 3 75 per barrel.
iiilXSIa 1011T OF lLlTOt.
J. W FaniTn. Leddv Miter. frnm New York. Inid
infr at Central Y harf ; V m. Uenilley A Co Con-
D Godfrey. Tarker Matr.at Brick Wharf fi-r Boston
readv for sea: E BNich(llC-. I onUnte".
Wm M Karri Tary. In stream for Eoiiou ready for sea:
F B Nichols A CoGoriMjintes.
JlilfoTil Cnle MaMer.ntPa'mettoWharf.waitinsfre'ghl;
T7ihjr'. riAtrnra. Mitp. Mm-rhnr TVharf. ditch.!-'
i"K carso from Bremen ; hartTraan Hlaener Cvn-
(Sesner.tar. Master at Brick Whartdischarsmafrora
Bremen ; tiauimaa x manner lonaignccj.
Teta.SieVrTi.iIastr. in stream waith-j for careofor
Poton L It Nichols A Co. cons urn W.
Stephen Ycuntr IsphanuSIaster at Merchant Wharf;
A J ingersou. tonsignre.
J G McNeal. roindevter. Master at Central Wharf;
..m iienmey .1 uo. miiracc"
Major I nche Ciopcr. Master at Labadle's Wharf; Saf-
ford ALtd'tone Coni(mce.
J.is William". Dougherty Mlterat ralmetto Wharf
EvtMor. Hanson Master la the stream ; N D Labad.e
Pec. 3 Fleamh'p rcrseverancc. Place Slaslcr fjr
India n la
Kteamshp r.0ULIanaTa.bot.3Iatcr. forNsw
Brk lrana.sk i.Roaket Master for Lacuna.
KanlTman A KLiner-
" I rip; Conord a. A ra trite. Mater for Lacuna:
Chas Frantz A Co Con-isnees.
" Pria Maine Flemnmjr. Master for Lavacca
A bark nam' unknown haj Just come to anchor ou the
No Eteamhipn Port.
Itiy ami river craft not enumerated.
Tort Vjlss Cai alio.
The fullotrln? report of vessels that entered and
sailed from Matagorda Cay from tho 19th to tho
Ctri oUinclo3ive bas been furnished UabjCr-pL
U Uliam Nichols. Pilot at Pas CavaRo.
Nor. 19 Steamship Perseverance from New Or-
leans ' 2 Steamhtp Charles Morgan from New
" 22 PcbV Rairbow from New York.
26 tcb'r fouthrun from IVnsacola.
" 27 PteamhipLomalana.from New Orleans
11 29 Sle&miblp Mexico front New Ortesne.
Nov. 22 Steamship Perseverance for New O:-
lean 2 Sch'r Chlpola for New Orleans
" 25 Steamship Charles Morgan for Now Or-
27 Sch'r Baera Vesta Tor Mobile.
" 23 Steamhlp lajulslaoa for New Orleans.
J. menton Land Warrant No. Su7? Uueil tome by
theOommmionerif peniimiiin the city cfAhinsr
ton. D. C- on the IPlh o May. Iij. for nj acres of land
and sent to mvajtent MTilliato U. Hamilionwhjchi;ent
and Iind warrant lean cet no account ff sinre there-
fore I will apply to tne proper author.! v for adinfjate
io duetime. HARMON i RZr.r.-
UdouTiLUtTyler County Texas Not ll-Jw.; aw-r
T( ALL1MIO IsLIaKlLOUAS AMCUICMB
Oil Ar A IJKV E1L1UC
Physicians who prescribe Alcoholic Lhuorj for medL
cinal purposes shoal 1 mtc the preference to Woift.s
Schiedam Aromatic fchnarps.
L ltumanukcturcdatchiedamii: HoILiad and ex
clusivcly ia the factory if the proprietor bj processea
anil from materials eLewhcre unetLpIoyed and un-
known. t It hi proved by the repeated analysii of several
eminent cbenudts. to be entirely free fnrn ibe pernicious
f uail od whji.b rema ju In every kin I cf Liquor distiUi.d
from ffTiln. an 1 which li Uia cause of the nervoiu and
visceral derarse3ii.nt serious congestion and morbid
desire for habitual and intemperate Indu'gence which
luch I quora invariably tend to supcnndncs.
2. It te prove L by Lie same unernrn tests that this
Jumper Gin ii not flavored with the coarse acrid ami
indujciLbleo.l ofjuniper IiereuLre used but with the
fpeclfically lUhtcr more volatile aromatic and med.-
cmalofltietwoesitntjaloU of the Ital'an juniper ber-
ry. nejectd by every other nanufjeturer.
J. It Is eliemically proved to be absolutely pure in its
rectification a quality obtained by an entirely new
pnxejs and which no other Holland Cm In the nor d
5. It is proved by extensive medical experience and
t'sLmnny. to be an efficient as will ai an Sftreeab e
remedy in many cases of incipient dropsy travel. kouL
chronic rheumatism flatulence cholic. concretions in the
ktlners and hU.M.r. dyspepsn. fever and agu- general
debility B!ujttcih circulation oftbeblowl deficient assi-
milation of f red ami exhaus'cd vital energy.
b. ltisamot jrrat'ful and renovaUns cordid and
when used a directed never nfluncatberystcraorln-
induces Inelnty tut tends rather to Bubdiw tlie Ut cr
franty.bycrcatlnKa duhketu all Inferior Iiq-iore. Ar-i
it invariably corrects tbe ill effects Pf bs I water whether
in swampy or linieston. dstr.cU In a II of these enum
erate! (luahtiei it has no rival iaany markvt in the
Put up in quart and pint boltcs.w.th tba r.opnelor's
came on tlie bottle cork and I Jul
For sale in New Orleans hy
F. I. KiiiT A Ou
(IXVEKSS A Co.
J.)as WrvtrtA Co
Far Efts ft Milurit
Jabvls at W OOI415.
And by all ilw respectable drcjreistj and jtroccra iu the
CDOLPIIO VOI IE
Sole Mdnnfairtiirer ami Importv-r.
K 20 A Jibwrtr tlreeN
octlOI wa tm 2p Ntw t ork.
(oli.i li:of tin: iMtictL.vn; co-
i I tIKl.
rtllltJtlnHtitiiSiun ennil!irliMrlIiiIll.l-i(oareL Mi-
X rr-unilLrthiDiironcfuut Itiiht Rv. T.M Ihim.
I lahnnisf the II COaw. ill i-ucti nn Iho lt nf noxt Jan
uary. intlenew.IirKeawlwUI luCAled Lrick buildina
erectetl for that purpose.
Tt rrn V be p-ud ImII j rarlr in advance
Hoard . Tuition In the varicudbranthis
of Commercial ami tljse-cal tthtcn
ti n. in ludiDg tho latin. (irL. Lnjr
lir.la ami trench Iartruat;c3 il"' peryrnr.
UaflLiiiKinliIi;ntling 15 "
I ed ami IW t it. Id
l'hyician's l-ec 5
Mu-ic ami drawing 4H
An extra eh ire f f 41 1 wi I Ire ma Id for tlw who
stn ly fp-wHi German or lulixn.
Llotr mi.Irfxk ft Ma tioiary at the eharjteof parents.
StHiIcmaim entcrmj the tvllej.e. muslbe provided wilh
simainf "-loinirif. iowtis.iruMif r.
Ha'f Uoarrltra auch as culy dine at the CuQeice 41
ix r year.
TERS15 to bo pa d monthly in advance.
Tuition InlheCijsitiledue.-iU30 St rxr month.
I'riuury 2 "
Tnr r irlhir inftirrTi.-itinn an til V to t'te I 'illfari.
nor5-lwAw-Ia J.M- IIAUDIth. VttwienL
Bf J. 3. SrDNOK.Au'tioneer.
O" SATITRDAV. Ueccmbcr It. 10 o'clock A. SI. In
front of my sure
The steamer "ST lit STATE." with all her appurt
enincei and piraphomilia. 1 SMS : Cash.
The above sale bu since been oMcn.il to take p'ace
oi saturdaj the i'Ji UeC at 19 o'i.lck uutead uftJie
T AND FOR BAU-500 acres cf the bent Cfdix LamL
aa on eiear lure-K. adjoining me ew nasnisgton
LetiKuc. Title indnutablc
Alius-Slkiftcres more or 1ms on IU! Pn-rlr. Fnrt Tlon I
county. Th splice of Land U tart of one of the mnt
choice leaeuesun the Prams Ibver. Titlo perfect. The
above des.nbed lands will beod atabirKim. Apply
to JAS.J CLAKKON.
dec3l-twAw Palmetto Hoo-e.
nuirn's (ioLor.v gloss
FOR BlCVCTIFyiNG THE UAIR-
Tnt preparation is biahly perfumed. It (lives to the
lUir a uark sft. e oy. and lively appearance
which cannot be obtained from any other article. It
elfrctually cleanbes tbe scalp from Dannntfandcurf.
nnd keens tin head clean and healthy. It prevent- the
Hair trom fathOR off or iu nlniccray. and Inplres it w.ut
ntwlifu and ViR7r and while it add beauty It wnlr
lieve pain for it it an almosi certain remedy lor all
cutaneous distajie. sueh as tcald iieaoa. Lrysiprlas.
bait Khcum.lc Ac in lit will a lmot instantly relieve
sympathetic aitacki of nervous and sick headach.
It u unnecessary for U to encmentte the wonderful
nmsr tis-tii-if tliLi luvalu&ble DiTCaraLon. for iti retiu-
latiun.has alreidy been establshed. a havinituo su-
perior Med rat men. Phyldans. Chemists cf the high-
est Manilla jr Lvlies of tbe flQtst dincnmination. Citizens
from all pnfesinn3ita mi linns of patrons and the kad-
Inir in iimn r thrnuKhont tb land oron unee it the brt
prepiration the world his ever prodaced. Tryitonce
an l vnu will neer nc wiuioui iu
1 1 CUD'S tiOLDEN OLUsSis put up in very LtrK
bottle- ard sold at the low price of Twmtt Viva cent
by all the principal dealers In drum and medicines and
oy janix i. rK" is "icrtiiams uiiuuaiiiuui uie woriu.
Chemical 31anujadnrtg tU Prvprttorg
'lilt r.roflrfwflv. "is"ir Vnrlr
in lfKiliBnl Retail Aaencvfiir Texas-atMn. 3 3.
ROCINsON'd. FANCY fclOItt- Market street l.alves-
ton. where country orders will be promptly attended to.
oevt-sw w-om-3 p
A FEU CERTIFICATES
raoM GErcmin or ia mcaesr etavoiso is rivoa
or the woaLO-aztowsED
MUIID'S UAIH KIeTOKEll
TiTIICU WILL rnODPCE . NEW GROTWII OF
II 1R ON ANY B LD UE.VD.
Nsw York. Dec. M WL
W. C nurd I wasbald for twenty four yeirs. kour
Hair Restorer has produced a elw cmth of bair that
covers the entire he id where I wa bild.
J. D. PtPPAllD. No. 23 Broome SL
New York. Dee. 1 Iul
TV. C nurd Dcir Fir Tour Hair Restorer his pr-
cucwl 1 vienrous BTOWin 01 n-ur wn nij "iirrcu
Had ueenijaMioruve Tears- .Jzv-
New Yow. 3Iarch 10. 1WL
V. C ITurd After a balilness nf eight years your Hair
lies lore r nas laity rewre my .
.VSL nsZLMON. 4 Eat Broadway.
Nrw Yoac Dec It?. 13.
v". C Hard I have thoroujtlily testeil your Hair
Rerfirer It acU like inaftic. jor nas pmnuccu a new
"" " hllr " """ InLstSr iVPSi-t v. d.
Tormcrly of the University of Brrlin Irussl-u
B.IST0S. Jan. 2a 1S-H.
ttt i-i TT.inlTIipmtaiaT'idTlirinir with me lhat had
Iit ino-t of hr hair ami that remiimrtt waa fast falhnjr
Ml. Sde ComniPIlreil IIM1IUI ""i n-en ikshiiei "iiiiuii
- . imrnaii tt rillir.ir nfT. ami 't hooch sht? ha4 bern
usmc It I ut siv wevk. a new Rrowirt of Inir his spruni
.-.1.. . .m.1. nl. fimh II TA IJH; Jr
uV . 3icrciiant.2JiiHQovcrgI-
Brw.'nis. Jan. 9L I4SL
IF. O.Hunl I was tronblcil with balilness for three
years. iour liair i;e mrrriuniiiiij'rr-iureiiuiiriiJir.
1 .ni.iril.r..Pnr rrim.Ian.I IIino.rrFL
Hiir Ti Hair Restorer H soil at une dollar per bottle
hy n'l the principal Deilers in Drnjr and Medicines
and OT llnrj sihmij -leivuatia.- ai'-u(a ""...1 .ii'
n 1iap nrtn-V ran In obtain ciL wholi-aIe and
retaiL at Mr. S".J. Kottin-on' Fancy Store Market St-
Galvepton.one Mock west of the Lank where country
orders wiu oe pronmuj jhicuh i.n.101? iuu .y
W0TICF. AH person! are hereby notifed not to pur-
chise of C nihil R MerntL or any other person a
tract OI tw acreaoiiar.il. sunaiea in nicuimj uwiir
N. B. I am the only her.and I will nothetwarty
on unm mc -aiiuaiy iv-. iuuj.M-woau
-voiaiii:i; TEXtb r.h. sniLbTAUE
1 FT WE EN Austin and
hrevrport- La. ritta
en. Cursirana. Tyler .ml Mar-
shall and between Austin and
Cbuk'Vdlif tu Waco Dallar
Lcave Auut-n every Jlonlay Wednesday and FrI-
hire from Austin to Shrcveport. - - 21 CO
- Clarkitilie. - - r U
novSjIH-w-ly AgeatVIIM IIou
LAM) AMI "sLfiOa FIIK HIIC
f if: ACRES of Lan.I.ortheheadritofA.J. Hen-
1'Ai) s pt. I.fnir nil mi tea La t of Wucn. (fer carticn
Urt apply to the recunt rf .McLennan count)10
acres (tne neannynt 01 ii. 11. urccn.j ijiua euaim
naa cnleJ eai 01 sort (jniuatruiuroucnornear woich
thn irra.nl Titnfic Itulrnad will ma as it lies on the
jSd des;ree.Norti latitude. AU-O tatween flRtenand
twenty-five I kcly nejtroe. e-f ri Cerent at.and be-tweenwventy-Dve
and one tmndrfil and lift y head of
rentlefctocfc cattle. Allof which &.r aale for c-h. and
if not previously soM will le sold to the hisht biddur
onmenrticaiuruay in jaEuarjiii-ii.
THOMAS I. GREEN
PoaT FrtlivAK. November lath. 13U
P.S. Tie Lrenham rnijulrer and T7aco Era will
pleiseenpy as above.and forward accounts forpsyment
IMI.!. lUJ'lCIMMJS A' CO.
KEEP constantly on hand a jtcncral and well selec-
ted stock of Ma pit! and Fancy Dry liooil.Bajritlnir
A Rope Twine. Clo thi off. Boot it Mwc. Hats. Caps.
tadJlerv. Fine Pocket A Table Cutlery iiitiw daa
o( Itievariuudsuh;. Tobacco of the est quahbes. Nails
A fpi!ie xes. Hardware M oodwiware. OxChalra.
Trace CLams. Cotton Rope flationcry. and seherally
nil kinds of Koods wanted for the trade if the t-late
They are prepired to fill orders for a 1 kmls of Cowl
that are usually kept in this market and will fill them
at m low rat"? as they can be hnutr-tbi the market.
Order from the country soliated. Tbey Intend tokeep
their Stock alway ample for tho wan a cf the trade and
thcehoyinjfrum them will have a large and well a-
sortcdMock.from which lo make a choice. They invite
all who vi-.lt thii city to Rive tt em a calL before making
their purctaes. as they are determined to sell at fair
and reasonable raies.and believe that they can make
it tn the interest of bcyers to make purchases cf tbrm.
Mr. George Kali takes thia occasion to return bis
thanks to his old customers for their umf rm confidence
and nuppo t heretofore -and brjr to as-nre them thai the
new firm will convene boa n s in th; junc iriy acd
hope to merit their contmLed inppon.
A DrEADFCLSCOCRGF.EFFnCTCALLY REM0YED
ONL of Uie aTeat barrier to th pnpenty of onr tut
krdepeci.l!ytotbe newly eUleudutr'cU laccca-
aioncil h V til' preva lance nt lhat dire tlivae. Cliilis and
Fever.Thls h no lor per to be dreaded since ibe dcorery
ofUrifth.'A feme JUature. lUneairaitxnKeOctsontli
poison' us Brakes is intantaneons.rttormsihetrneof
the tU niacli brHftnjj tbe nerrouj tyttem. and inijor
atinjclheeoiisututlon. Its action is iuimediaUly to one
cause and the elTects must cease. In the low. swampy
recions of Indiana. Ohio. New Jers y and North Caio-
bua. It has performed the most atoundins etTect. and
worked a complete revolution la the treatment f lhat
haeaxc Physicians no lonaer resort tu Qtudne. but
InvanablypreserJ-eWrlithtsTcn-C Mixture which is
scarcely ever known to fad In not only breaking; the
ChilK but in restoring Uie system to a stronz and
healthy cond tion. It unprecedented demand and
thousands of teetinwniilJ from Physicians and others is
a sufficient uuarantee W Its superiority ver aC other
fceina: prepared under taiimiuetFatesuirervuton of an
eailuent chenuat perotu may rely on the uniformity of
lu strengUi and qjabrj.
JN0. WRIGtlT Whole-ale A (tent. New Orleans;
RacecTS A Co. IIoaMon; F. T. Iirrrir Austin;
Nichols A WiLKit. Port Lavaca; LiAvnr A faaara.
iiLtoria;D Mff&xer. Hrenhim: Ri-cia tiltrrwM'
still. Iickhart : Clsmest A Dwtik. O.nntani; C ix-
zut. Mount LnterpRse; E. I55E3TS Bunker HilL
i. o. or c r cv n. or b.
rPIIEGr!indLrde of Texas of the Independent 0r-
X drol Good Samaritaiu.andDaushkr's of frarna-
rlx will hold its next r-eml annually a s-gonat Lajtranice.
comrencirjf on the first Tuesday (5th) cf Pta-mber
next at ltfo'clork. A. M. As lull a representation as
practicable lrm Subordinate Lodges is oJrbIe a
litulnessof Importance to the Order in this State wnl
comn IvT ire tr-e Lxl for action.
tar-Editors fri-nily to the caut will confer a favor
by copying the above notice in their pnper-i
J. U N N VV. R. W. G. Chief:
GALvrsToy.NoTcmberl-i. IsM twltlwtf
ADVANTAGES OFFERED TO INSURERS.
VEK1 low rates of Premium on Young Uvea.
The security of a lar realized and mvestedcapltaL
Lartre dividends on policies eSccted on th participa-
Prompt settlement of losses.
Thefud value mven for policies when discontinued.
On insurances for the whole cf hfe one half cf the
premiums li desired permitted to remain nnpawlfur the
Iirsi KTcajrunEia 1vn.11.a1 uie upuonoi iaiu-uicr.
Imni nrwin niilini for ihn ikT.nla) nf l.f.s. flr pa v.
ncnt of three Premium iu proportion to tbe value cf
TheaccTptanceef Califcimia Naval Military. Oimate
and tpecial Ituks of all kiada on paytrent of aeon-
Ac- .ImLtted on the Tollcy when Issue J If desired
on proof of date of birth.
Permission for the lives assured to reside In any part
of furor without extra premium or special license.
Also lnunnceon the live nf house scrvacta mcchan-u-sandnrUharlsonpIantation4.etTectcdatUblerates.
an I the Lves cf white persona injured as security of
ilobU as endorsers.
isinTis-Atin-iforinsrirancemaybe made br manfnm
any part cf the United Sti'e". to which prompt attention
will be idven. with every information tbat may be re-
QUired. aud facility tj comrktethesnmebT
iw a.sivii.iv.i ijSUia.
Dh. G. HOLLAND. Medical Examiner.
. ltir. r Jnhnon.lheAcentof theComnanv.mav
DC I0U3J ai au tunes at tne mic ui
rwl frrm t h nnrt (n in mi ma and nlariHi In thnt
Stain orothcr norta In the Uniteil States can bj secured
by insurance on application to .
sepi iy iii. iii.ii.r.i w.
A A. R0YAI.L A Co. Yick.bnrc Miss. Nnrsery -era
r. Tm A linn. Inf f Arnli. Pear. Peach.M4
Nectarine. Apncot. Plnrn. ic Trees f.cm the-
above nuxstryeirted by later I5th J-iniwrr
Apply f ;. iv.iv-
Uau Afrof. November 3J. IvL
.. O. ADVCRTIwCJIHATS.
PIANO FOKTCDj Ac
THF sulscriler keep for r-ate.atall tune the mr-t
extensive stock of llinon in thtfdty and 'rorn the
Ust maier-. via. CHICKLRINQ A MJNS. SV.
i I-VRK. and n PYrJ These raakfrs stand derldedlr
inaivanreofaIIlheoih-TS.as iawell known In all who
have had an pportnrify to compare and their lastru
rocnta are fered on I beral terms.
Ln jrhlon. rf Die must approveil eonmct.of.
fir Chapel u.e and fjr lUrlnn t"iteiher wh linitiraof
tbe best makers. Music In3tnn"t-n rfois.c te.
octJ'SHwwly IS CjmpjJU New Or'' ida
riitLii ! Mf-nLLi.
IMPORTER AMD PtlDLISIIER.
No a and 7 Caki" M" Nsw Orlkas.
IIAS Tilt TIIK HKbl-aT M L 1ST 'CTTV
TOUh OK illrr ILHa MU"X lAlOhSANU
ML.-ICtb I.-Tnt'MhNr3 IN TH lOUTir.
J. ork makers with or without the i-Jt. m a id oilu r
attachments: an Ibt-ket-iwconstaully on hand a-ltrre
a.rtfnTit Pianos ot ifc latest style ana imrroTt.-
mentd fjrwhn.il ha has tbi txcluhive aseiiry-. These
Pianos are jutenrr f r coml tone durabtbii and tlie
Ur.Merlein hai a.tkorm9hkii"iri(Jo btlhtxtrui
the proirress or the art f t'laso btu! unsr for the last
twenty years which cniblt i tim to dm ovr lb Iva't
dcfecuintheinitrnment ain"eat dctideratum in mak
ioicselretibns for his house.
tV .Vhen orders are sertfur rianojtoroth-'rlnstru-
. fn.M nl.paail- trrfiaf Ti.tin 'in- tki n m llrt selec
tion Af tlitm. uinic even mere diretxin (if possible)
ia cbuotinc fuch instrumenu than if tbe persona wer
No ttaao 1-orte is fK-Rt from this establish meat w.Ui
put biiDC clo tlv examiiK'l anl Iiicownl'unn Forte
should prove detctive after a year tnaUthe same
may be returned and eu.hanol tor anotlier. hvcry iu-
stniment ii warnnlnl. ...
FithNCH PI INOS of Uio bicHy cefcbratc-1 maker
Igv 1LIVIL A Ci Pirn arnl thera.
T1IL UU lASTUbMrATi cmpn every viriely
A'a.Thnrni Ii3.i Tuba rriwnnrtnes. Cornet tie lblnn
CoQccrt liorus and every thins btiowonBlo tbhidepart-
ent. . . t
1U1.I '. VanKli'K " pritc huiii uuk inuui nuuui.-i.
dulbtra. arc superior !- anytknie ever fcrousht to Has '
1U1U3 GUITIR frrice friOisaBUpertorirtlrlcanl
rouchadmircrl for it harmonic tones besides those ol
lulu's frum the celebrated makers J. Brown ACo
New ork and Lirulin.
JIELODtO.Nd. from the best mat en. with all theiale
M'FtIi:oit CLARIOSFTji. In setts and olhcrwise.
FIMS i'l.ljTli'.fromr.iie to eleven Leys
AI COiUU:?. t LLTiNaVA CONCtKTr.'AS 3ICSSC
I i.AllH -1 1 1 A Fr-3. CTMIt lL PRU.l?. B.VN'JOS.
MtCTUUNUMA LL1L L'iMA Ac. Ac-besides every
Itinti nl Mtttirkn MirrtunflieTa
Slyl'tKiUli ai ui.M.a Jqr Uarps Uo-tars. Mlinuas
Violirts lOaonctlios. Lamos arut llaeos. sJwa fresh oo
All the above articles arenQVred at Wlioicials asweu
a Itetail. Cuuntrr lieaiers lleada o( clinoI and Teach
trs are infurniod thjt they inn p archade here at a liberal
dincnuni anu actum monjunji terms
All Nw fu)'lict.tionrIrom the doTijent rubhJ.ersin
th- country received immediately after issuo.
TV Oruera from the country strctly atbrnded to.
I'iaxioB and all land- of Instrumenu tuned and repaired
Music nearly txjund.
Sxrinlllaridl'ianodUeaeninexcrtanseror new encs.
N. R Axcnt for H.&ben's Church OfKan.New Toik.
Or" Any order for Made accompanied with theca-ih.
JoneJT. 1N.L .WW alp.-tf
NEW I'ATU.Vr Tilths
WILL effect a perfect cure is so perf-ct as tobe worn
with perfect security in the worst cases and when
once pruperiy fitted ly warranted to answer in ever
wti mi t !. iffTn-.TQ St. Charles streeLNew Or
leans apposiu Lmon. Fcr further IntrmaAton olMeiTc
Uie lengthy advertiaeroentia thn piper djshi a
THE FRIENDS OF THE FRIE0)LES3.
TBE LIBRJJtr. TUE HOME OF THE UOUZ-
tOiiM lars. 1 1 cam i- m rncET it ciilcws.
BO0K3 OF STAND RD LITE3ATC2E Elejrantly
DlustrAted Works. Cheip rlIcadons.Maeaines and
SCHOOL BOOKS. AT PUELISnEItS rRICES.-rhilo-soph
cal Arparatus. Ac 6r Colleges and SvlwxiU.
PR1NTLNQ AND BINDING Elan Coot and EU-
toner of the first class.
Record Books not hablj to Injary hy Insects or CSmat
CARD AXD SEAL EXGUA VtSG.
SIT" oajsas (aajcircj. SJ
JTjriT OBLA2Ht Ul-i'X8ARY
H'2 i U4iam-h(iUNeM.. Arvv irrieaiK-
DR. JAMEa would respectfully call the attention of
the unfnrnna te to the following tacts : lie cures all
private diea-v wuh the use of newly discovered remc-
Hi.a trht. fi mMmn nn Mrfmrr ILiI.t-in-Ctiln!!. or an.V
other poisououa orohioiioniini(i3JiameljGonorThcei.
tiieei. ?ypnius. e-'nemres. femiuai nratiMrw. j
Lkers. rumors. Cineerj. and alld-seas-a of the MJn
br. James won d al ca J the especial attention of lhu
who bave uxored themselve bv private and Improper
indulicencesm thatecret and soLlury habit wbicn nuns
the body aninuti'Lucfltanthcafor cither huaiuess or
society. The tUlorxu arescmeof thesadandrietari-
t.Alv .Trfta Ik-Aelliral 1V aa.sTlv 1lllklt4 tit YOlllh.. TIZ
Weakness of the Lack and Urnba. Pain in the Heat
Dimneiof Mslon Loonf Muscular Power. Palpitation
tomsoi uonsumpnoc etc.
Mantn.lif ihfuarfnl rffri nn the m nil ere more
be dreaded. Loss of Memory. Confusim of tlie Ide.u
Depression of pinL. Evil Fn;bedlntr. Aversion to So-
ciety felt Distrust. Love of eebtude.TimJihty.Acare
some oi uie evils prouueu.
All persons who ar- afiLct1!! with any of the above
symptoms should not fail to call cr addreaa Dr James br
litter and procure his eeLbratcd ixmedies. and beal
once veswreil 10 penecv neaiin. vi no iate uciienrj pre-
rint Ton.bnf nroeiira ihem Immeduttrty. ami save your-
self fram the awf.l and dreadful consequences I UiJ
it eaknovt ot UieOrana tomedlaUIr carei ami (ait
Visor revri. . ....
V nl'-rji nichnnni'n!l nn men. rvmallr.sLlt.
Inai full particular of disease 'n l"t r. encli-etsjc fee of
5 iw win nive mc i.eracuica 01 tne iscie.carc.mij rii-
cealCt' Kithfull directions fcr Ueiinir.tLcm.vnt tu 'heir
address lleommunications will be held atrntly con
fl.U-ntUl; ami if aiieriMinstholiiit.d'e- cure la net
cui-ctcu. tne money wui em. encenuuy rtiiuiueii.
Irir-Tuber. M Cualwuihouseaircet. i tli miror-f r
mniaiwwiysJ-p. dk. I' it-JAMra.
KLKCTIC II I It HCblOUATIM.
IN introdudnc ihta article to tin public thetrorne
tors wish to say one wonl to the wise a thev bcltc.c
ihattobowdlidi.nL TtU restorative vj ducovered
by the ITofcsJor after Icnj icd ardtuoA sttnly.artdfiaj
Leen used pnvi'elyfiT lhe lastnveyars.tobia entire
satisfaction- It works on he hea-1 like electricity lin-
medialcly penetratmii th" Cuticle Car. vhh. contain
all lhe fibres of the hair thus cnlliauDK t: as a ftarnif r
wouM culuvalt the cround tn-furehe can havt an abun
Ulten tliclitlri fallinxoutit show tlit the tair is
not in a healthy state and unlcaprevei.itve isloimi-
iiatelvreortcil to Uie pernor tindi hntMeafbalJ. Tlw
ReXoritive prevenu the hair irom falling ooL It is
purely veEetable il tn es thu Iicml from all d iinlniff it
beautitles and softcna the hair ilocs not kive the ban
Hfcsjy or KUmmy cure hcadiclie. mitens ihI ctsoft
iheheeul-iurns the hair back t its oniunalcoIor-.i
fcctuilly cure all cutaneoua dieasF cuVcua.lly rt
store the hair. Many kulitrv an 1 ftcntlunvii Lava had
their hair restored with thia Leitorabve ater atukinesa
of several yearn which abtct-iacre of cenincaies will
be imp'Hed upon each bottle twars Uu written stiuur
tureff I'roftauH r LambinL and none other bccnuim
Thal'rofeiaorhMcUMi beJa depot for the sale cf lib
willsnpclyhU Llcctic Hair lburaLve at whilesalv
an.1 reUii. Aio a froo-l sta of the chuii-est braadf uf
Pf RrLMERItS f direct Importation log-ether with
PILNTMLIiICINE.su-haitheCe:ci'rai Run an
LlnimenLtucdeitherfor man or beisi tht Fcverand
Acuch-iller. which relieves the patientlu twenty fow
hcnr: the CelrbratedMasIc Cholera lrops which have
saved the lives of many thu.-amU Uunnn the past sum
mer: toKeUicr wiJithe Toutli Ache Kill-r aodothr
article too nnaiccoua to mention. Laa de Cologne of
extirabrand.bytheira.IIoa. Ail oriIi.rspmmp'ly attca-
ded ta and all armies warrer ted. or no aide.
ZST Inn t foriret the pace. No. 72 t l hrt Mrect.
tV The Maine Mixture er the I'-aimm of Tokn.for
Uie cure cf Col i.CouKb.H.Asthma.ConiumptI n a nev-
er fa hnt reniedj The Eclectic Hair Dye. prcparal by
IQliH.UUA BuyPLN. fnovl-t-twAwtf
J. 4i. PEl'IMHI) A; CO.
GRA YSER STREET. XEW OIILEAXS.
holcxalc Ilealrrs lu
STItAW ANll SIUC BONNETtf
LACrs ANDY HUE UOODS
OI 0 ri.
LUIT0N3 AND DRE53 TR1313HNG3
KLLP ct.a-tantly on biid a large arsortment of the
newest styles at UlIOLUUU. ONLY and at
prices that shall be satisfactory
J. O. PEPPARD A CO
trtH jlww 53 Oravieraireet. ;ew Or cans.
R. S JWR6E-PROPRIETOR.
'pilEPrcpriftor rcjpectfully tofonrahisfnenilt!'
X and pitron. and the pnb'ic k car rally tnatj.rtl
this welt known and popular e-ttbuhEuent ivn "Ii
been thoronKhly reno.aied the past season and aewiy
furnished throiiehrut. A larce extension of room haa
been cbui&ed by ih propr etors rentinc; the adjou. a
portion cf the to-Juuu. which will rnAble hra tu acccur
modate a much lamer number tf customers than latdi
No expense has been spared by the Procrietcr to ena-
ble him tomeiitacontimance cf the aenerciu ca ro-
nacehebas heretolure received; and vvery eiertfcn
wilbemadehy hinhn-if and akistam.. to render theao-
joQrn of his aucsts not only ccmlonable but avetable.
i-G uueicreaicvnvenienci auacnea louusucieil
that meuU am w had at almtt alt honrw.
the; lo-t hi ihfj-s.
BY MRS. DL.V MJCTUUORTli; Acth.rof The
Dta-erttd Wife" "The terse u tl-u n"-3Iither ia
Law." 'Discarded Daughter." "RetTibutlon.""thannou-uar.'"u-tl
Con'aru.ealeaut.fji jvortrait of the author with a
facsimile 01 her auiosrapb. executed in stctlinthc
flmst style of line anltippleenfrailrir.
ThU is emDhaLCallT a ureal book thumnihlvtmrrf-
can in its treatment aid ch.ractera. compiehent.it e in
its scope absorbingly lntrresiipjc ami fuT cf vivid
scenes itartlJuc Niuauoa. ad characteniLd bv a
pervathng intensity inUniuaKeandpUit. Tkerecanbe
no doubt but thut it Is ta attain a vast populaiiiy.
eves ethtiuQ cf t have already been sold In four
weeks and the orders pour lu for 11 oy the hundreds ev
T. IL PF!TFROV. Vrf 1C5. riirmt tlwi Irn-a.l-I
chia. has nut nnhlidtrsl thiinrw anl rhntA
of Mrs. pojthwcnh. The "Lost Hclressill be faumt.
on rerusaL to be asrerlor to an v firmer wnrit .nr vrit
u vj iwi mosi popoiar Amcncau autnoress. It u her
iff ioiirrr anJisthemont iat-nitly inures un& ab-
rbimrand doouoj warlc ihst hi t m h.m inl
The Convict's FamFy. Ths Fair Mil I of tLe Mou o-
iinuwirruuii i-uiree. tain.
IlM fr JtrplliTia v'a tir.-atil.. Tti.i.nd
IheCundenicd CelL Tlie Portrait In tho Oil
The Petition. Hall.
The Lade's DrtMfaf Pdnm Tha. K 'urn.
The Mdht before die Execu Tbe i ir-t iletins of Moth
iwn. cr ana mini
The Slonctain Fnrtro. Th- Tn nn.l rIt Troliwa.
The tt ave of the ild 17a The C-biner Picture.
ters. me rumroous.
h KcnehuTs ratriciamhePliadow.
Ur.de. 1 tin Rail llumbrr.
A Dcvy of Fair Ladles. A Vision of tlden Death.
The Loneliie. The?urorraertTeek.
The ApparHon. The Midnl.ht 1 imL
The Lvaniahment of SwectTh Maniac a CiL
Maui Ibe Lot Wrttie.
The Thetef thelnfanL The I of nd Imuahtcr.
The DepdMof ihesorest. In H"wletHo!kw.
Th Kh-hsvuiI M.-itlitr. The World UU'SUle.
lha nuel of the Ilairce. TheSecret.
Th inmate of tbe DeadI.ovea.id Art.
Ward. The Lat of Lartb.
The UM Hall cf the LecemLThe v IJow.
ThetliildcfthellospiuL The Two Urtdvs.
price fur the complete work in two volumes of ever
in nii-M- tn Moercoitr. Unii DuiLaT Oldx:or annth.p
rditMn.hin(tomely hund in one volume cloth gut ii
published for One Dullarand Twenty live cenLj.
FRFNCIf. GERMAN. SPANISH LATIXAN'D ITAL-
IAN LA.NI.UAdtA Any person tmaeauainttd with
either of ti.es languaeA. can. with the aid cf these
worka.bcenahIcdtd a'ADaWarrK andsraAKthelanzu-
aee nfeachoiher. without tbe a.d ofa teacher or any
moral irntniction whatever provided they pay .(net at-
tention UtheinstiuciionAlaidduWDta eticli hooand
that nutbins shall be paaedover wi-honi tburuoeh
InveUKaun cf the subject it mvotves; hv daioa wlWh.
they w ui b- able to trt aa. aran or wirnt ether Unraaa-e
?ianish "tVithout aMa3tr. In Four lasy Lcstom.
rrenchttithoLta Master. IoPixtay Lessons.
Italian W itbout a .Master. In Pire rany Lessens.
liennan Without a Master. InMvLay Lesson-
Ittin S I'hout a Marter. In Six Iav lx.n.
1-nce of either of the above ork p.irate Si cents
-the. whole ma Is hi.lf. ftr ian. .-uia.
SUL.eMlllisM.w LDOfv.cri.OND f ERttA enti-
titled "Theatncal Journey VVorkand Annecdot-ol
recollections of Sd fmjih Ijw. CoraeiUan. AttoreeTat
Law tUu with a Portrait of rcL miih. price W eenia.
tVndfor wnaieveryou want in the Look. 3Iajaiiae.
or 1'ubUcaUon line to -u.
Andyou wullee sure tflaJ what yiu want and also tn
get them at the losret raus.
fJT" RjokaellcTs. News AKtnbi rrilars.and all oth-
ers supplied at the lowest rate. Pvnona enn ite sop
plied by letter with tock rf inn ln-it and mnatvaluia-
ble works just as well as If they were to come la person.
Try us. VflKUkwer than any other house.
vj- rv- "3 tiJ-I? ri
1JLV t C
ave. a Lii4-rtfr5.r!sif u
12 UrTVEE BEjrED K
& 11 1 1 I I V G .
.VOIII.Ilt?s ASD TEX.4C I. . JIAtt. U1K.
rmuEfol'oaii: a; Xew ami Munificent Steamships aov
JL comprise iniaUne fix:
CIMRLFi) tfOCQAX. Cait. Jami Lawl.
Vtt ' UA.el.ei ......... ." llaVBI IUI.V
MEXICO.... fT JoE3f TeLAWLUS.
LtlLltlANA Capt IT. IL Talbot.
Une or them will leave New frleans f r (i.tveston
every LA"T & llltlislrkl. at a o clock. A.
.! irtarnTnir. wU leave Oalve'ion for New Orleans
every&LMJVl an-i llIllteU at ..'clock P.L
TbeesteamrnhHve ail been buiic with itreat care
asdtnLsptcially fur this tnuWhavespieiMiid accom-
Kodationa for pwsenjeera and fcrspect and safety are
" j. p. MCII0L9 A CO Galveston.
noTTlf IMKK1 MOUHA.N. New Orleans
XH K under' ned r a contracted with Sfesara. Bishop
rnsAto-(.'lhiladepbitorua aJineof first
id - IjircRUlarly thruUEh Uie coming ees-on.be-tw
n PluUdelpi it (Jilve8ion.IndianoU and PurtLa-
vatj. Th- rae - of freijeht each way mill be tb same as
cb iracd by the w TrK Une dunnx le entire seiwon.
i or the supiv n nf this Lme. lie patrenaM of tbe busi-Ef-3
cuinmuii.ti mi; pecialty invid.
V ojthia fcv Uds lane willbereceivea ana (hipped aa
Mupmenu by this bine may bd covered by open PofiCT
of Insurance w Lea deaired.
Cash iulvani.es will bo made at Galveston upon afl
r.insiRtimenis to the addret of Messrs. bishnp.ffimona1
ft Co Philadelphia or in Lxchance upon PhiJadelphU. as
llic undenlxneil wdlmve Lis undivided personalat-
ten ion to the buaim.'fts appertaimns to thhi lane of es-
sets ami wid employ bla btt etfuru to aive satisfacboa
a-j those haviUti biLnnrM with It.
Llsllol SLilDNd CO . Az.nu at PhiladeJpMa.
fialtesKin. -epL 12. lvmrwly
I.AlAbK'A A. ZSI10.1 1'AUJtwlir.
r5-t i-:t(A -!l?v
isi $&- IIS
l'lereo . Uacon Itrsular Llnr.
Titp ".IISS 7IAO.. .... CapLBtXJ. UarxiT
Barlfi KLAMj CIT1. " J.. aaT.
- 1KIMTT. " J. F. COLBCaS.
" I l.OIKLV. - (LMPassuu
- JIKL1KN - lLllAU.
- WM.JLIUIEitI3 " P.Tast.
CriicMfrTA - AiAinrtss.
tor Ireiitht or raaaase navLRir. superior orcomuoda-
tnun. apply to L. b. N iCliOLS A CO .
martje.w w Pnck WharL
HA V1I A VISES
Tr.FJIONT KfRLET-UAL. C3TOXt TEXAS
IS NOW RFCEITINO and opcnint. direct from Phil-
ttdcpliii. .New York an I t-jslsm. alirvi? and welt
se'ected aTOCK cf FALL AND WINTLU fjOODst es-
pecially tor this markcL corcAstin. in part of the fol-
riack FiffureiL Prccade. PLanI da. Fancy do.;
Colored d. aatin Derbine. Oro. de EILikm
Muslin I'CLures. Hiwl rxlainca. ?atin DcLunea;
Irimcunjc. tywrrv rinst.s of all colors Ac;
And a sreat vanety ft
Kihboos. dauze. Snun ami Droc-ide Ritbonj;
Cnpdo. Deltdo- Uack I inured do;
cIvetandMoar&iiittdabl all colors.
nick Flik. Palm. V inter ooL ttaterloo;
LcDef. JIuurniD&and Tariouj otber kinds.
Madder. Fldrtinc G nnhams. Oonlon.
Lancaster IMuurnim. Ac Ac.
ruff f i Te C rain. Tnelr do.. Rubber Nlt do
Hn 11 Side do. Shell Dresaimr da
uttalo DrrsFinjc do. Ivory Fine da;
Xancy Pocket do.. Jorry Porkct.
Oval Hair Bnedw. I luted aick: dj
Lnlon Cloth do Paint do. Youths da;
Horse do Uacklnjc do . Ac.
TUcichcd I'heetlny. Irbh Linen dor .
lanen ami tutton Diaprr Scotch do
Ueminx kentwkj da; Flaid Linseyn
Fraud LIcdCanton UanneLc
"tv lute. Red and poUed da; Jeans. Sauct;
Elack and Fancy Cassameres.
Fxtia Fine Llactt Frock and Dress Coala;
IJue. Brown and Ohve " -
ItUck Clutb. Llueaml Crown Sicks:
Petersham and Lion Skin Over-tout
Beaver Over CoafeJeanaudTweeditLnesj doz
Jockey da Ac. da Ac.
i tack Poekin PantA Cassamere rancy dcu
Plaul do. aLxed do. Blue and Fancy do.;
( renadme Silk Tests. Fancy S3 da:
riack Cloth do. Fancy Cwunere do.:
1 lack Satin and eiret Lmbrotdered 1I04
Lutmx do. Ac Ac.
Moleskin. Angola nmurarian. Kossrtb.
Planter' Wide Brim isrush do noys' Wool Hats;
Ottton and Silk Flush Cap
Silk ai.d Cotton ula icd oVu Infants Velvet do.
....BOOTS AND SHOES....
If unitarian Boot. llevy Mod Ia. Itadina; da;
Cad: tkln iu Ptent Leath rfchtre;
Conxref fchoe Dancing diM
Lajie Muck Uaireis. LadWuElack Fatndo;
ljtdiM Vthli. hldipiv-rs.JLsseOaiLerFc
ilisses Fancy Leather r-hoes.
Ij I e ami Renin li rpet tuic. Roba-r Bands
ia aul Rubber H itic. tiir tlua. Fins:
A ercat variety 1 1 .Net-dleA Stocttmo; am
?illi and CUoa Umbre hu. Linn Lawnj;
Ker-ysand 'utro Blankets Coat Linkse
Handk-rcbiebof alt kmib Forkel krives;
Lead Pencils trirrer and Steel Thimilest
Satchels aa cn Ac
TUB OL-TAND-CLOTUIfi UIPOHIC31.
TRE2LOST STREET- GAL YEST02T.
DRIGG3 & YARD
IS Jjiin SlKd wti a full and complete assortment of
every ankleor MenV Roys. Vouths.and chiMrena
weannt! arpirel. suitaoie to the season. consistinir. ta
p irt.of Hat. Cap. IUmu. klux. Coats. Panu and V xsts
cfeery style and price. A&.AC. Ac.
Overcoats the most comprehensive variety;
Ures A t rock Conta. the iLual variety ;
Pantaloon if every variety;
tW e-L.of all knisaIecie.J variety:
Hip or Monkev Jackets cr all vaneties.
1LVTS. -Iary' test black fiTk Uau: Honajarian. Know
Notbine tt Ite wake.Jii!ienInaTaliamand other
s-ft 1 rarelintf Hats.
CAP NavyWucwith Ei!CoverElack Silk Glazed.
P usli rnl Clcth Caps. Doy"a Fancy Cloth CUps.
E0OldAfrh0lJcfall(rrade A plecd d asaoranent
of Patent Leaiher thocs for Drea; Ladies Black:.
amtlan Color (ia iter hooce. Ualkinaj and KnJ
Mioea and Ruhber Over Shoes. Ac; KuMswr itoods of
every deaenptn always on hand. Ilununir Coots.
Over fhocs. LlankeU. Ac.
The best l.ock cf Menno thirta. Drawer and Socks In
lhe tale. nf every size and price. Re J and tins fchirts.
Drawers am .Nark Ac. a prtty and exteBHive as-
Borimei.' of tavats. Tie. H indk-rchleis. 4c.aU prices.
A lame variety cf Ladies and Gentlemens' Gauntlets
auilahle Tor Traveluur and Drivlna-. Ltaxketa. Corerlets.
Neck iWurWs Carriage an Dray H hiirs. Sd lie
1.JH. alicen. Trunks Carpet and Leaiber Bag Ac- Ac.
l'erwics Wbhlas any ot the above articles are res
pvctfully invited to caR and examine onr stock before
purehasiiife e new here.as wenre preparel. and deairou
of 'hn as low as our neighbors for Cash of ko1 City
atxeptanc-. tnoril tnXw
l. r. iraorsa t. m. noora
TARR1FF OF CHARGES
..j. c emw.
SSIIi'l'KUS' CUTTO.-a IK&S.
Frcii-!it9atSc.1D 25 eeata.
-Xta 3d -
"CB) 35 -
IcitaKaudopwardd.. .......... m
Freights at c-. B... 45 cents.
- " Mc V . . -
c V. anil upward-........ w "
Sturazepcr mf.ni'i todate from u-necf pur-
Labor.arrarnnnn for ClA-wim-.TTtirkin . i
fchip-marklt-c ami nam ber mjr. ...... ....... J "
t Limiif;.... ............... 5
ncuumi: ana sarapiinjt...-.. ............ UJ
Dv-'yTi)1 lu. 25 centy.
WeicifarklSamplinB bale....... liV -
3IarkidHdRitoi bale a -
Lvtra LaI. "CT5iwn- cut Warehouse ami
Rcpihns... ............... S
t-dea. - """"!
P imacevl bales examined and picked per
Broken (ahV(Vbend7y)7ebaJed -
UroLen Iwln (partly wet) assorted A re-
Iwkd. ffuale...: .................... ..4WdoL
Damaxtd bates (when wetj vr piciinjts.
dncd and baled. V bde ........6 00 -
ThuPreS Lisiiui&ImI at (In. W n.i j nt. rr..
covering one entire Llck of Kroun.1. fronting do iuT
arvt is two Ulocki from anjoticr baddlnga which makes
The overflow cr flowi Cn SertemberJ did not come
Into cir premises. """
1 he I're-u w nn.iftlirt hn iu. r. . .j n .v
bmklinKsareof the Ixst materialsL Theeiomnesheda
li'KT' 'tchwl to tha Cihushmenr. there are two
lialinf Kret3 for mninnc r- n-iiai.n .i
cotton. The proprietors having hail fourteen years ex
penence in the above buaineisfeel assured that ihey
can aatuf ad who miy orwill patronize them.
1 haniful for past favors we hope to receive a rcajona-
Mesharenf the businessef this place.
P. S. . e have in oar employ a Watchman.both daw
GaLVXxNovembev23.1.w-"tf fWW" W'
1YvIrtuof an order of the H.inorable the Probate
s Court f Dntzoria county. Lud to me at Its Octo-
lrtermI51. lweR sella; pubbc AuMint heCourt
ltoaedoorof Rrsun-iemirsir.nn fha i. is .-.. i
Januarynexr.it beicc the 2nd aay of said month the
home-tead place of Urn rotate ofthe late II G. We-taU.
consisting: of TM acres of land. tetween&andtouof
-u.1.4 .iciiawriiu nuwut iu urej iicmieu Uu 1 CHI-
tlvaJcn.Ujsetherwiihagood dwell na;bna'eoutbori
se.neiro cabins stab' A. Ternr of Sale A credit
of 13 months willba aiven. the purcha-er sivtnaanocl
aecunty and nor naze on the premiaea far the payment
A LSU On VVednestlay. the 3rd of January will bn
unld at Public Auction at the reeidenee m ihe Lite IL G.
estilL all he horc. mule watrons sheep coats ox-
en and farmintr utensils teloornc to the abv plan-
tation. Temw-Ca.li. VH IHLUEVr E.tof
. -t It G-WtSlAtX.dec'd.
ALLAULL OICCS .VNU 3IL1E1CL WATbRSt.'
I HE undcn'z&ed intendj devote somif yers to the
J- miBeialexploriitroTrsof Texia. from thr i?dD- io
the C karian. ami ss far North as the i-Mt Moontuns.
IIrMclliear"aJ3m-rt w ththeMe s s.Rudl&
CieRitjoI the University of Louffaiia. ew Orleans
t b tie all sjup.e f niwrat unit Mineral vatert
prompUyariaUsed and repoi ted upon.
Tht iae brrttni whn know the uilI locaJl'Iiaa ef atn.
ble ore. Ac. w.tl their fj re find it to iheir advanuse and
mienst tncorrespoivl with him: for beside tin facilities
fir Chemical Analys's above mentioneil. be I himrell
practical'y acniainted with the miDinjj cf kLhaTiric
been encaged in and with mini ne tot seven. yean ia
ioieua. i oix ouaiy. eexas.
CoLP ILWiTIiaris. GertlLMcLeodL
Gen. E. It N cboLs Oeo. BaiL
hot ! umajw ?ir.j.u.aaaw.
.1 EtinOBb FOR Js LE-
A LIKELY NEGRO FELLOW AND H13 1TIFE.-
M n inrEiinFim pi.
MlAANDi-fcON t CICKEL would roost re-
specrmitj .announce to the citizens of Galveston
an.1 vicinity that they have removcUo Uw T.New Ve-
rni;Uh ituiklinKs. where they lvc finVSky htrht
balleryover tbe stored Messrs. Lenedto T Paaiod-
Oieof the Cmi win always be found ready to nvVra a
Ifajw-rrean Car to the different town ia lhe state tha
IS wu EEnlT Xot9la -dveStorl.ndloM
wWMn be done In the Northern eauea. and
-tT-e or I&iwi. ke7 "JTon haaieverr
lnKL Ac? rramcs tocta. Seals Rinjrs. Rreait
DajmersYrirTpe. I.n.u . n....
KcimSL?.' c"IiEaaiJin.eTT Benedict
Hotxx.iLc AD mrrAit. cnucEnr.
ET E. S. COXUS.
Market sL. cor. eppoalte the Market. GalTeston. Texas.
trTS- . maryja.tr
JtTtt-Arlrrjtimin-w.rauttain-t Otiirr rtlr! wntI
or i i. sand children. '
DILPALLAJ3. tttraad. Galveatoix-Watchev Jew-
Statiorify " " "" '" "" Ena
and warranted. nM u wlw
A J. CUNNINGHAM. WATCUMAKER -o
. AMlJFU V I.U' mmrirTe..i Le:
ilertardc atTeeta.opKsite the Palmetto llouse. JmW
neatness a&dalispatch ettiwiwjy
TVTOTICE la hereby jrtven. thit on the 30th day of Oo
A 1 tober 14A Lie aademxncd waa appointed br ths
??V.t?1 1 Un7 wu-'.AdnunUtrator of tits
Eitot of Gilbert Drew deec3ed; aadabtamedher it.
trr of A Iministratma nnU L.Ute cn the Mml day.
AlIrcr-nnMhert'on- havlnr clalnw aa!nrt Sakl Er
(ate. arc herrbr notiAMl innreunor.. "f "
Ihenueate-I. wiOda Ui time prescr-hed h? Vw W "
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