Galveston Weekly News (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 41, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 17, 1860 Page: 2 of 4
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t37" Bee tie cardoCtfa St. Cafap Esq. InlhU
issue. sse oners over one uuiurcwwiuusnua
worth of the bestpiroperty lrrtrlmes county foriale.
'1 Ale Bars nothtuB -bUI be'joiaraatU. the day of sale
then everything on the most favorable terms.
TiixiiLS LiSDi These tftltlng cur State In
want "or allocation would do reU to notice the ad-
vertisement of "Gen. bherman who offers for salei
v part ot the Hunter League across the"' Bay on very
advantageous terms ;aa3sohls latsTcatdencc front-
Ins on San Jacinto ??- aTaese'art loth desirable
tract3nd wlllbe sold very cheap and on accorarao-
daUnglcrmi. ). fc
tS" We Invite the attention of our readers to the
advertisement of Hi. DeLono. "We have-een some
samples or Uie wool of these superior Sheep' which In
our opinion Is unsurpassed by any we have ever seen.
We Lave also been shown a certificate signed by the
rreaUeot Cf the llcoaderoga AgrlciJllural and
Mechanic's Association stating thai Mr. A. P. DeLo-
no had received the premium No. 1 for the best
Spanish Merinos exhibited. These Merinos are tho
same mentioned Inhls present advertisement.
ClothSo. We would call attention to the card of
tho old and popular clothing establishment of 0. H.
Tweedy A Co.sho recently removed from Traey
street to 12G and 12S Daane street New York. CoL
Mel onald a very popular and clever gentleman Is
now their traveling representative and we would
most cordially commend him to our friends through-
out the State.
CDrMiKTFiCTOKr. Especial attention Is called
to the card of Connlck A- Nolan to be found in
another column. Their candy Is far superior to that
manufactured at the North and l&furnlshed at whole-
sale at about the same price. In addition to the
manufactory they keep on hand a select stock of
liquors ale porter Ac which they sell at low rates.
t3?"We Invite the attention of our lady readers
to the advertisement of Lo Pert A Co. We hare ex-
amined their supply of pianos just received and in
cm opinion they are the most splendid instruments
ire have ever seen offered In this market. Among
the New-York Mir for three years in succession.'
This Is probably the highest recommendation that
could be given. We adrlselbelaulesnf Galveston
to call and judge for themselres.
J5?We invite the attention of our Texas mer-
chants and others to the adrertlsemant of E. S.
Mills A Co. which U one of the oldest houses InNew-
York and Is extensively engaged Is Importing
Shawls MUSTILLU and. Cloaks. They hire now
engaged the services of Mr. J. V. French to take
charge ot their Texas business. Mr. French has
heretofore been aresldent ot Texas and Is especially
well and favorably known in this city as having
been connected with the Tremont House. With such
an agent we cannot doubt that Messrs. Mills A Co.
can make it to the advantage of our merchants to
trade with them In the above articles to which their
business Is confined.
Law Coluctiox ax Excbacb Ornci. Our old
friend John E. Cravens (late ot the firm cf Cravens
A Gooch) of Palestine having withdrawn from the
late firm announces his intention in to-day's paper
of continuing the business on his own account ana
tolidts a share of that patrcnage so liberally bestow-
ed upon him and his partner for several years past.
"We believe they were among the first to establish a
collecting and exchange bnslnets east of the Trinity
through whiehf unds could be remitted to any part of
the United States and from the many years experi-
ence he has had and the large amounts that have
passed through his hands we have no hesitation In
recommending all who have any business to attend
to In that section of country to engage Ids services.
As a lawyer he stands at the head of his profession ;
and as a thorough going man of business he has few
equals. Ail letters addressed lo him at Palestine
Anderson county will receive prompt attention.
Miss Cone's School. The second term of the
Academic year of the Galveston Female Seminary
under the control and management of Miss Cobb
will commence on the ISth February. We would
take occasion to remind those In the country who
hare daughters to educate that this Institution
which has now been established over fix years in our
city ranks among the very best In the South and
that parents wishing a -first class education for their
children have now no occasion to send them beyond
the limits of the State. The semi-annual examina-
tion will take place at the dose of the present ces-
sion which we will have occasion to notice shortly.
We would refer lo Miss Cobb's advertisement In
another column for terms Ac.
Geeat Flue a- Hocstos. It will be Ecen by
the article we copy from the Telegraph thaj
an immense loss of property was occasioned by
a fire there yesterday morning. This is about
the most destructive fire that has ever taken
place in this State and not only individuals
lint the public at large will feel the loss.
Fbou Aestis. This morning's mail brought
us lie Austin Gazelle of the 14th but it gives
us nothing of interest in regard to legislative
proceedings. Oar Austin correspondent sav's
Gov. Houston has Tetocd a bill for the relief of
pre-emption settlers but that the bill was vnan-
smoitffejiassed over the veto by the Senate.
'Tire-Gazette has ""In - r"- -- 11nl-iX
ing our statement in another column that Cor-
tinas had re-crossed to this side of the river.
It is believed by Capt. Peter Nichols who
brings this information that the war has but
Mc IIueeaed's Srixcii. Our readers are in-
debted to our Austin correspondent for ilr.
Hubbard's speech which we.pnblished -in our
last Tri-Weekly. It is from the report of ilr.
"Weeks whose accuracy is universally admit-
ted. We believe our readers will agree in
opinion with our correspondent that this
speech evinces a very high o'rdcr of ability.
In our opinion it is one of the best speeches
ever delivered in our Legislature. "We can
Jtruly say that it more accurately expresses the
sentiments we have long entertained than we
'have ever before seen them expressed. The
language throughout shows that Mr. H. is not
only a logical reasoncr but an accomplished
echolar. We most earnestly commend this
speech as entitled to the careful consideration
of the people of Texas of all parties.
ticltcr from Austin.
ESi-Nsws. Gov. Houston sent yesterday morn-
ing a message to the House vetoing the act to au-
thorize the Oovemor to postpone the sale of Univer-
sity lands that have been forfeited for non-payment
ortfi?ahnal Instalments lie deems UUapolitlc.un-
"wlse inrfdetrimenlal to the publlcinterejt to extend
the tSS for payment or lnstalmenti-aslnrleday. Tie
hclleveitiatlfthe principle of Indulgence bo once
Inaugural ed it would only bo an invitation to toe
purchasers at subsequent jessslons of the Leglslature-
ta petition for farther Indulgence. Hence; the ap-
provals! the Executive was withheld. Aneflbrtwas
made by Mr. Harnesf Starr and others to Uylthe
message ontheiable. The Houso finally refused to.
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Mr. Henderson of Harris offered a resolution ai
luring the KtprcscntaUftJ of this State In Congress
In the diffleult circumstances- In which they are
placed cf the sympathy of this Legislature In" the
struggle In which they are now engaged anq of Ihclr
cordlal support of every proper measure they may
'adept to protect the just rights ofUIs State and of
the South and the Integrity Of the Constitution. He re-
commends In view or the public danger the Union
of all the elements of opposition to theBlactKtpab-
Ilcans and their candidate for Speaker on any terms
consistent with honor and fairness when everby such
Unlon.lts defeat can be accomplished and the organl-
xatlon of thehouse effected
Mr. Flewelln of Washington proposed to amend the
reflation on the grond that the election or aDIack
Republican Speaker of the Helper school would be a
direct assault npon the honor and Interest of the
people of the South. He recommended thatour Ker
resentatlves In Congress be requested to use every hon-
orable means to prevenlany organitatlon of tho
same bj the election or Speaker entertaining poli-
tical sentiments hostile and subversive of thecocstl-
tutlonal rights of the slave states.
Mr. Davis of Hayes moved to lay the resolution
on the table and the House Tefused to do so by
a decided majority.
Hr. Hartley moved to Tefer the resolution to the
Committee on Federal relations. The question was
put and lost. Mr. Sills offered an amendment re-
questing our Representatives ot to Tote for the plu-
ralty rule whereby a Black Republican would be
elected Speaker of the House of Representatives.
J Mr. Epperson with the conciliating spirit which
Mcis to characterisehlm believed that It was the duty
j of our Representatives and even of the good cllini
.- 1 a EAMtfc lv uide sectional dlsscnllon
'and to cultivate In their stead thatandent feeling c
some ot the fine pianos of Haloes Urol. several ot
which hat e.tiicn the second premium at the Sew-
York State falrViheyhave alia tor rdanueXJlarbcrio
a uioomuEju vuca uas u&eaucunt prciuiuju- -tOTPTTlnwnwt"'fnrhparaEeetowarflseacaomcrf
which our tamers nao ana aoovc m mj so
jaBijr.Tthrthan;4ffce the spirit of sectional hatred
Imdrtrife which Is now rife throughout the land.
t Finally enmouon oi Mr. nictson me original reso'
(lullon was referred to the Committee on federal Re-
lations and the whola day was lost "lo save the
In the Senate Mr. Totter chairman of the Com-
mittee on the Judiciary reported recommending the
passage of a blUto encourage the publication of a
complete digest of the Reports of the Supreme Court
of this State.
The bRl to apportion the Senators and Represen-
tatives of the Bute among the several counties of the
same has been made the special order of the day for
Thursday the 12th Inst.
The bill for the reHet of certain dais of Colonists
(or their assignees) of Peters Colony to taken up
Nothing else of any Importance has occurred in
A Fancy ball took place last evening at Buaas Gar-
LATEST FROM NEW ORllEARS.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP T1.XS.
The steamship Texas H. Wilton comman-
der arrived here January 12ih with Jifl V. S.
Mall and the following passengers:
Miss Baltic MUs Hester serv't Bagden lady i
.ru Pitt Pitt. Pitt A ladv. Abucomble A lady.
Iane A family Snellen Coney McKutcheon Mc- t ihg conclusion ot a treaty ofipcace bctif een 3uenos
Oulclicob Smith & sn Bokenbro Calvin Robert- Ayres and the Argentine Confederation's Thetreaty
son Casj'lyrHubbard Elder Cole Cole Cole.urler l moreover had been ratified and ftralcableTelalWns
Sanger; Harrington ioujrci mvunuu(" ...o- ...
dtr Watrou ST on deck & 62 negroes.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP QALVESTON.
to-day announce that the hill for some time pending
before the Legislature In reference to free negroes
has passed both uouses ana Decoms a law. it pro-
vides that afler a specified time all negroes found
wlUiin the limits of the State Bhall emigrate or return
to slavery. g-
F1C BKIWEKS HCHSOS ATBBBS 1XP Tlta COr0ai-
New Yoke Jan. 12. By an arrival at this port to-
dav we have advices from Montevideo to thelolh of
Nov. They confirm tho advices beforeTecelved of
The Stcam3hin Galvcslon II. Elacc com
mander arrived here from New-Or.eans'ti
'TtkrfrxfxV'a nnwi- .TanntlfV 1 1th. With the rOalbW-
lug passengers :
-RilsyAlady Ferilll & lady Miss Spearing MUJ
IVood Deity A lady Mrs Belock A 2 children Mr"
fluess A serv't Dupree A lady Miss tVllllams Sputh-
ertand A ladyIVall Wadder Gass riuisiiU Hast-
ings Hotchklss. Murray Carter Narstad Murray
Delock lady A 4 servt's MatUer Donnelly Otleb
Daffy Ethro. WoodrulT Simmons Weather Taylor
Mclntyrc Bmlth A four servants Playman Graves
Brant Fatt Page Pope Murphy Stark Tucker
25 on deck.
ItwiUberseeS'thatno Speaker has yet been
elected Sir does there appear to have been
any VOtnlakcninca our last report. Theex-
citementns' daily 'becoming more intense.
Among the recent appointments we see that of
Mr- Runnels of Texas as Consul to San Juan
del Snf. "We suppose Ex-Gor. Runnels is
The Nebraska Legislature has passed A bill
to abolish Blavery in that Territory and
another calling a State Convention with a
view to admission as a State.
The Indiana Democratic Convention has
passed a resolution by "a Tote of more than
two to one instructing her delegates to the
Charleston Convention to vote for Mr. Doug-
las for President.
Tho Western rivers are reported on a nsc
and the obstruction to navigation is oxpectedj
to be soon removed.
We havo m later arrival from Europe The
last reported decline of cotton in Lirerpool
appears to have produced a corresponding de-
cline in onr own markets. Middling in New
York is quoted llct and in New Orleans
10jf10 7-Sc which is a decline of about c.
St. Marys or Aransas.
A resident of Refugio county writes as fol-
lows: This place is beautlfuUy located on the most inland
part of the Bay of Aransas between the mouths of
Mission and Aransas rivers Is two years old and-
contains two hundred Inhabitants has two dry goods
and grocery stores and one containing family groce-
ries two lumber yards which art selling lumber at
the rate of one million feet per annum supplying in
part San Antonio and Goliad. There K fine substan-
tial wharf with cattle car and pen attached well
arranged in every particular to ship cattle. The fine
schooner Jlonto ChrlJll Is owned by the proprietors of
the place and ruM regularly from this place to Pen-
sacola bringing In Limber and carrying back cattle
com Ac; she draws eight feet when loaded and has
made three successful trips. Thern is an abundance
ot the finest building material In Its vlslnlty stone
quarries shell banks and sand. It Is the most eligi-
ble seaport for San Antonio and twenty counties west
of the Guadalupe river as well as the Mexican towns
of El Paso Sonora and Chihuahua has a good bar
bor and eight feet water to the T head at the wharf.
GBEiT FIKE LV nOTJSTOX!
2100 BALES OF COTTON BURNED!!
Whitmanh't Cotton. iVea in Aeltti I
At abont S oeloek thin moinincr. the alarm of fire
was given and in a few moments It was known all
over town inat tne cotton press oi i. n . nniuaar&u
the largest cotton warehouse In the city was on fire.
Oar citizens and fire companies at once rushed lo the
scene of the conflagration. The engine house of Pro-
tection Ha. 1 was so far away that full twenty min-
utes elapsed before It could be dragged there through
the mud. All it could do was to save the locomotive
house of the Brazoria Railway and dampen the fire
m tne cotton at inat ena enonm w save one or two
hundred bales. But it proved itself a pcwerfsl a-
chlne.inrowing two large streams at me same umc.
The fire is still burning as wc go to press thongh
owing to the exertions of the citizens and nre com-
panies it has not spread beyond the buildings where
itbrokeout. Ills the general supposition that It
must have been set on fire as when it was first dis
covered the fire was burnine in five or six different
Enlaces. Ifso. it will be a matter of the utmost pub-
Ue jmportancs to ferret out the Incendiary and
f-rrrr'r rr-n -" "nT"i 'i
We had the pleasure yesterday of a visit from our
friend Cob Wm. M. Taylor of Crockett one of na-
ture's noblemen and one whom we are proad to call
friend. He bad not been in llouston to spend any
time for ten years and assured cs that he should
hardly nave known the place. He left for Galveston
yesterday and will return and spend some days with
us next week. Uoutton Ttlcgraph.
"We have also had the pleasure of a visit from
CoL Taylor and are pleased to see him in fine
health. Although it is not ten years since he
was in our city yet we hope to see him much
oftener hereafter as we expecLAie will soon find
fscihties for reaching our Island Cityneveryet
offered to the pnblic.
nonniBLE AmociTT. Under this head the
Scguin Mercury gives the following account
of the murder of a negro woman by her hus-
band both "belonging to Mr. D.A. "Word of that
It appears that the boy Jack'andhls wife had not
lived together on very amicable terms for some time
past la fact there was a deadly feud existing be-
tween them. While at work In the fields difficulty
arose between them In which the boy struck her with
Aband. She immediately lelt the field for the shop
imil her master the boy at the same time telling
her thatlfshe told on him he would km her. Upon
telling her master be immediately dispatched a ne-
gro boy to the field for Jack who shortly afterwards
returned carrying on hluhoniaer&Eliarp axe. Up-
on reaching the shop where Ids master and wife
were he said to the latter: ".Now you have been
telling master a parcel -of lies and I intend to kill
you" at the same Instant striking her with the axe
which passed over her shoulder cuttingasmallplace
In her clothes. Mr. lVord then snapped a pistol at
mm wnercupou me poy ran mio tne snop ana garner-
ed sp a large hammer which he threw at the girl ; it
passed within an inch of Mr. Word's head. Finding
on a second trial that his pistol would not fire Mr.
Word then ran lo the house to get his shot gun
while on his way he heard the girl crying Mmnrder."
On his return he found the dead body ofthe girl at
the distance of a hundred yards from the shop with
three or four (we have forgotten Ihepredse number)
ghastly wounds on her person either of which would
have produced death one of the blows struck the
headafeirinches above lherfcht-c7cccvcirliicil ln-
iwo'nnd extending down to the jaw-bone. Another
and the last blowevered the neck bone in which the
ax was found sticking. WhenMr. Word returned to
the shop the boy was nowhere lo be seen. He was
taken up es a runaway In Hays county and bronght
by the cherhT to the Jail of this conty
Mexico a Cottos Maekxt. Tho Seguin
Mercury says :
Ually wagons laden with cotton from different
portions of this county also from the surrounding
ones;-pais our door for the cotton yard of Messrs.
Wupponnan A Co. of this place for transportation
to Mexico. The mode of transportation Is by Mexi-
can carts which carry from four to six bales each.
During Christmas week wo noticed a train of some
forty in number and on last week one ot ten or fif-
teen. Better open to direct trade with Europe or ev;
en Mexico than sending It Jforth.ghing employment
to tne spinoies ana looms oi l anxee traitors ana
Abolition mutineers. The price paid here Is from
sine to' ten cents per pound and the money paid
immediately. We know of no better market for
.Excuse Onxiox-oJ' Jorrx Bnowx's Raid.
Tho following is the substance of the London
Times' comments -on the John Brown raid in
"Virginia before mentioned by telegraph :
It appears somewhat ludicrous to find that the
North did nothing until Brown was executed. This
does not convey a very exalted notion of then- zeal-
ous determination ot purpose. As to the result It
will be to '.strengthen the South by the adhesion of
the floating mass of opinion which in every country
lies between two "extremes. Whatever may1 be the
" future of the negrsi race so one in his senses can
Vlleve llaSregeneraUon can' be effected by Inciting
llite murder planners and ravish white women ; and
if Any -man chooses to head an outbreak of this
klCT( be must expect to meet a fate which right-
IhlnUirg men will sot glorify with a crown of martyr-
RrrcMf Eli vest. One of our citizens at pres-
ent in Washington D. C some time since lost a negro
woman at Niagara Talis. She either ran or was
forced away ssdwent to Canada. The other day
ahe made herappgarancc at her master'! house and
expressed great deffiS at having got back.
Bho ran away frorj-Oanada in the night time and
said she was dreadCM? abused while there. A friend
ot her master paid her expenses to Washington.
Skow. Another heavy snow fell last Friday night
so that Jie snow had not been entirely off the
ground for five weeks still we have had some beau-
tiful weather In that time. We cannot record the
faliIttyamong stack that our neighbors do; although
omehave died but a very small number considering
everything. Our sheep raisers entertain tile worst
fears although as yet they have sot snlerMauch.
Euch a winter has never been known In TtxiWand It
Is to be hoped never will be again." IlltSnifJnlit-
Colonel Colt the revolver man has pruttdled one
hundred and fifty of bis excellent carbines to Uie
taliaBcommltlee alNew York for Garibaldi.
The warehouse had last reek over 2C0K bales of
which about 2000 was stored Inside all of which Is
lost as well as somo tiers outside h'ot less than
2100 bales as near as we can learn to-day has been
destroyed. Besides this there were some 150 hhos.
sugar a lot of molasses 18 carriages some stage
coaches and a large lot of merchandise not any-
thing of which was saved. We learn that thero was
some Insurance on a few lots ot cotton but the
amount altogether Is Insignificant compared with
the whole. We have had no opportunity to confer
with the proprietor Lu presume his loss must be at
least twelre or sfuo thousand dollars ilr. UU-
lard had about S00 bales of cotton on which the
loss Is nearly ? 10090. The total Joss as near as we
can make it up to-day Is as loilou ;
Building f W0
2100 bales cotton J5.000
ISO hhds. sugar 10.000
The loss falls heaviest oa planters and will seri-
ously affect our trade as they trere depending on
sales for payment of 1st January balances
We learn that when the fire was first discovered from
the office the warehouse clerk Isaac Stafford ran
down and found the fire at the end of the buildings
near the engine house. He Immediately set the la-
borers at work to put It out and ran baek to save
the merchandize which was stored near the center.
Arriving there he found the back side was on fire
at a distance of near 100 feet from the flames.
Persons outside who were first at the fire say that it
Drone out ail along tne rooi almost at tne same lime.
It is the general impression that it must have been
set on fire in several places.
Who could have done It cannot at the moment be
Imagmed. Mr. Whltmarshis one of our most pop-
ular merchants and was recently elected Mayor of
the city against a man cho was supposed to be the
most popular in the city. Wa cannot suppose that
he could have had as enemy so bitter as lo have
done this diabolical deed. Whoever Is was the nils-
chief he has done cannot easily bo atoned for.
The safe when got out was found wide open and
all Its contents destroyed. Doubtless In the hurry
of running t the fire It was left so. Nearly all the
books and papers Including the cotton book was
All the fire companies did 'nobly Hook and Lad-
der Company was early on the ground though from
tbejiatare ol the case It did more .with water buck-
cwMhan with ladders: It Is a noble company and has
more than once distinguished Itself at fires. Liberty
Ko. 2 having so engine joined In with Protection
No. 1 and did yeoman service. The engine of the
latter as before said was of the .greatest value at
As soon as a correct statement of the loss can be
made np we will publbi it.
We cannot close ibis article without crgjng upon
all the Importance of Insuring. We are loosing ever
$ 100000 werth of properly in Homton every year
by fire not 13000 of which Is Insured. This fire or to-
day will cripple the resources of quite a number or
people for years whin a timely outlay of two thou-
sand dollars In Insurance mlht have more than
covered every dollar ot LTcUjrap
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Sltccp-ralslus; In Texas
The following extract of a letter from our old
editorial friend Kendall just received will
doubtless he road with interest by those about
embarking in sheep-rtiing in Texas as well as
those already engaged in ths business and the
number is constantly increasing. TTp arc re-
joiced to hear that the extraordinary good hick
of one of the pioneers in wool-growing in our
State continues and that so far notwithstand-
ing the terribly cold and cicely -northa; of
December his losses amount to next to nothing.
Here is the extract :
Siscno xzas Nar-Bacrsxs I
January 10th ISM. j"
Ens. Kxws . 2ly Dear Sin :
Icame down from my sheep estzneio near Bocine
yesterday and can truly say that I left all my fiocks
In the best possible condition In better order than
I hare ever seen them before at this season cf the
year. During -the entire norther of December al-
though the weather was the worst ever experienced
In this section I lost but t vco and both Iambs which
sever had a sufficiency of milk. Since January set
In 1 have not lost a single animal and as I have
some S.OOOJn all. I cannot well complain.
We have had fine weather since the new year made
lis advent. On the Cth Inst. wa had a warm soak
ing glorious rain and since then It his been so mild
tnattne grass has fairly started hp as in spring time.
To-dav. it is dark damn and threatening with &
mild northerly wind and occasional sprinkles of rain;
i uuuk u is turning up lor anotner nortner ana it is
about time one should be along. Should It prove
dry my sheep will cot mind it at all; and even if ac-
companied by sleet or rain unless of several days
duration It will not seriously affect my flocks.
My sheep as I have Intimated before are all roll-
ing la fat and being well coated with wocl can stand
almost any kind of a storm. But I will not chout
yet j we still have some seven weeks of winter before
us. and until ther are nassed. rkball &ot r.oiutdr
myself entirely out of the woods. If" .however I-
; y wia wcaiucr suuuia prove moaerateiy lavor-
able between this and the 1st or 10th of MarcbI shall
be able to give you a more fiatieriug chapter than
ever for your next year's almanac.
Trnly your frlendf
GKO. W. KESDALL.
P. S. January lltb. As I anticipated a sharp
norther came whistling in upon as this morning ac-
companied by rain mnch of which freezes as It falls.
It will go hard with many of the newcomers who
broneht In nnaccllmated and over-driven sheen last
fall ; more especially In sach Hocks as are having
Iambs will there be much suffering and heavy losses.
1 trait that the norther may soon blow itself out:
not that it Is anything like as cold as those which fell
In December but the mildest kind ot a storm. Is any-
thlog but pleasant. One good thing will coacef the
rain which has fallen lately It will put our ground lm
excellent oraer iur piauung la lac spring.
roars Ac. O. yf.S..
TUB HISSI03 TO fKAXCZ.
Wisniscro-i Jan. 10. The President has nomlna"
ted Hon. Charles J. Faulkner who was member o'
Congress from Virginia during the last session as
Minister to France and his nomination was sent to
the Senate to-day and will probably be confirmed.
ALL XT SEX AOIIX
WAsmxaToi' Jan.10 The result of theballoting on
Monday has greatly disappointed all parties in Con-
gress and they are all at sea again as to any pros-
pect of an organization. Any prognostications as
to the final result are considered futli.
LTXCn UK AI SATCniZ.
NitCiiix Jan. 10. A man wjiose nime Is not glv-
.en attempted to commit a rape on a young girl only
ten years of age last Saturday. He was arrested
and Imprisoned A mob marched to the jail took
him out by force and bunghlm on a tree In the Court-
house yard about eight o'clock to-night Everything
passed off quietly.
WAsmsOTO Jan. 10. The 82nd ballot which was
partially reported yesterday was taken amidst great
excitement. Tho whole number was S19 ; necessary
to a choice 110; Sherman had 103 Hamilton S3 Gil-
mer 13 Reynolds 3. Hickman 2 scattering 6.
In the House to-day Mr. Gartell of Ga. made a
lengthy speech boldly advocating the peaceable se-
cession of the Southern States malntaning with for-
cible arguments that It was the right of aoy State
thus to secede.
Ills speech created much sensation.
Wasubctos Jan. 11. The Senateyesterday con-
firmed the appointment of Breese as V. S. Marshal
of Nothern Illinois and all other appointments made
by the President daring the recess of Congress.
WArtitvaTOK Jan 11. No futher ballots were ta-
ken yesterday for Sneaker nearly the entire session
having been occupied by a desultory discussion of
an unimportant character.
In the Senate Mr. Johnson presented a petition
prajlng for the passage of a homestead bill.
Upon the Introduction of Pago's territorial resolu-
tion. Green of Mo. obtained the floor and In the
course of his speech very severely assailed the doc
trine or popular sovengniy.
two uo;n ballots roa spxAua.
In the House to-day but little progress TO made
towards the election of a Speaker altbongh two more
ballot? were taken and Mr." Sherman lacked bat
three votes of an election on the firstballt.
The General proceedings of the House were unim-
portant. Members of both the leading parlies seem
to evince a more earnest desire for an organization.
The first ballot taken to-day which Is the thirty-
third ballot since the meeting of Congress resulted
as follows .
The whole number of votes cast was 230. Necessa
ry to a choice 111. Sherman received 103; Hamil-
ton Q3: Gilmer 19; Davis 4; Florence of Pa. 3;
Considerable excitement prevailed when the vote
was declared but without father dlsscasslon the
thirty-fourth ballot was called for and taken.
The whou number ot votes at this ballot was the
same as that of tho previous ballot. Necessary to a
choice 111. Sherman received 106 ; Hamilton 70;
Gilmer 20 ; Davis 8 ; scattering 18. The House was
In the Senate Lane Introduced a bill to provide
for the increase of the salaries of the Judges of Tex-
as. The bill was referred to Committee on Judiciary.
After a short session the Senate adjourned.
TEC EEUEEBT0S KILL CALAKIT. 200 LIVES LOST.
LAwasscu Mass. Jan. 11. The walls of
on. uuYeiorrs ExritAcr of hahsai'a
hi ii. a a:d yellow dock
Is a most unfailing Item dy for diseases of the Blood
and Bilious Complaints. It Is .pleasant cheap and
bcneflcjil. Many persoi-j are suffering under dis-
eases Ihey cannot describe Loss of Appetite Dim-
ness of Sight Wasting of Flesh Weakness ofthe Di-
gestive Organs Skin Eruptions Salt Bheum Palpita-
tion of the Heart Sinking of the Bowels Incapacity
permanently T" - -uau .Fauare 0f Memory Pains in ths Back Side Chest or
"SJrnnE"VnroTeo!n7VDone.Ulcer.OldSores1 Mercurial Dlsea.es Gout
2&J$SWtl Complaints and irregularities Boils andgen-
this city yesterday. The police arejjpn track of the t eral Imparity of the Blood arohorrlble are uuwel-offenders.-
- . . ' F J' ' come Complaints. If these arc your symptoms this
rmua poojk or aaw baxico
-iJL- .1 . iJ T-i. An n. . YY. t- 1) T1a
t lluluuiLruu JU. JiC me uuiu II. ' wvug
-Judge of tho U S.DhlrIct Court for the Territorial
District of Nei Mexico died In this city to-day.
sew tqbk uasekts.
Nbw Yoar Jan. 12. The sales of cotton to-day
Sarsaparllia Compound will be very sore to relieve
yoa. Tbesa Complaints It not soon cared for as-
sume a vital form. People live In a course of luxury
and indulgence as if they were not responsible for
their own lives. The change of seasons are neglec-
amountedtoVo TaleT. The market closed dulh- ted-thelr colds are neglected ; the blood Is neglee
Mlddling Uplands Is quoted at 11.
AUSaiOAX VOLUSTCKKS TOR JIBIICO.
WAsmsaroy Jan. 18. Tho parties" concerned here
In getting up a military expedition to Mexico to as-
sist the Liberal or Juarez Government have dis-
patched an agent to Vera Cruze whoso doubt Is
near New Orleans It not already arrived there.
He Is Instructed It Is understood to offer to the
Liberal Cabinet at Vera Cruze the services of a well
organized hody of American volunteers.
inB SriAKKZ QCE3TIOK.
Wabhijotox Jan. 13 It Is thought here In well
Informed political circles that It the " Helper reso-
latlon" be withdrawn as proposed yesterday by Mr.
Sherman and he allowed to make explanations of
bis signature to the circular endorsing and reccom-
mending Helper's book that he will be elected to the
Speakership next week.
ALAUAUA STATE CO.tVEKTIOS.
MoktOovsrt Jan. 18. The proceedings In tho
ted; the Diarrhoea Is neglected. Yonng Females are
not cared for as they are passing the delicate periods
of their lives. Look at the racks of constitutions
the mere apologies for physical humanity upon every
side; Is there no remedy 1
I.1 VALID SUFFEIlEn. BEAD 1
LETTER FROM JUDGE BAYLOR.
Iananxnaxoi June. 23 1S3S.
Mxssxs. BAKjras A l'AHr Gents : I feel It a duty
I owe to humanity to say to you that I have used
Individually and in my family. Dr. Guysott's Yellow
Dock and Sartparllla and from the use of It I find
that it fully answers all purposes for which It la In-
tended. Lately I have been brought very near tho
grave from a diseased liver and trom the use of this
Invaluable medicine I have been most signally re-
lieved. An eminent physician the other day re-
marked In my presence that be considers this medl
cine as the vtij best of all tho modern combinations.
If tins nUmDie testimony OI mine wm on oi any use
S.mdi.eBton which oemoed the rr.ter nortlon may think proper. Respectfully yours 4c.
sharp discussions which occupied the grater portion
of the day the Mobile-Forsyth delegation obtained
SAVAX5AIT Jan. 18. The three mile race to-day
was won by Fanny Washington who ran without a
competitor. The second race was won Exchequer
beating Ned Taylor In two straight heats.
Goliad. Tho Messenger says:
The current of Immigration still continues. Men
from all parts of Texas and the States are buying
and erecting homes among us. The prominent fea-
tures of the excitement of tho past week were tho
sale of several tracts of land by Judge Lea on Tues-
day i the election of Hon. W. W. Dunlap for City
Major and the City Aldermen on Monday. Wednes-
dsy morning a runaway negro was imprisoned In
the jail and I am Informed the officers are after a
rascal In San Antonio to ileep him conjpany or
more probably to belphlm ou jL
GALvestojt Feidat Evbsijio )
January 13th 1559. I
The changeable and mostly unfavorable weather
during the week has embarrassed out-of-door busi-
ness and trade generally; still a good deal of Cotton
has been sold and Is preparing for shipment.
From Trinity River we have confirmation of some
IS. Si. llAlliUU.
" Dear Sib : My daughter was reduced to a perfect
skeleton by Erysipelas and Scrofula. We thought
she must die Physicians pronounced her Incurable
By the blessing of God your Guysott's Extract of
Yelfbw Dock and Sarsaparllia has restored her to
perfect health. Truly yonrs
"D. L. MARTIN Scott Ini"
" La GsAgas Texas May 21th 1&9.
"Messrs. Bakses A Paex Sirs: Last summer I
was aullcted with severe debility and loss of appe-
tite. I tried several remedies consisting of various
Patent Medicines but found no benefit until I ob-
tained a bottle of Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and
Samnarllls which gave me immediate relief.
4 "WM.K. WHITE."
" LArATxrr Ind. Feb. 21 ISM.
" Jons D. PAar M. D. Dear Sir : You know my
emaciated appearance; how I was racked with con-
stant pains that I could not sleep had no appetite
my food dlstresed me earning frequent vomiting
and that I was In every way an unstrung and doomed
man. I am rcJojcM to say that Guysotl's Extract
and Yellow Dock has restored me to perfect health.
"Yoar grateful friend
" Nbwaex N. J. Jan. 25tb 1S51.
Ma. B.sxrr Dear Sir: We take pleasure In
swing that Df. Oaysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsapa-
rills gives great satisfaction in every case. A gentle-
man Ims Inst informed us that he had ono daughter
die of Irregularities nis second was rapidly ap-
FRANCJS D. AliLEN'S
"Wlioleaalo and Retail
BOOK STATIOXEHY AAD MUSIC STORE
Newspaper and rerlodlcal Depot
ON MARKET STRE"ET".
TEXAS LAUDS FOB SALE I '
THE un'lcrsjgnd offur the following namot tracts of
Land for tale fortah:
ut aces on Atuseoea Cieek (about SO miles from Sin
Atitonlo well wooded on a running stream and a
splendid sheep raicho at $1 per acre.
W0 acres on Spring Creek Victoria county at S3 par ac-e.
400 acrsi on Guadalupe river. Victoria co.. at as per acre.
no acres oa ur creel uewi I wuntr.xiai par acre. iv.iriirMUpi..in.i a. n.
4.1S3 acres la Daffltt co.on Colette- creek at W cents n t? : J?tm'Tei''
' ... ! The subscriber havlnz added to his tmnrhmi -.... ..
640 acres ou 12 rhlleCoUctto creek DeWltt CO t per acr i f?rtnP't tk.e j"1.' to of Books of JOMES.Rmrr A
b-i'ja:resoni;jearcreos.ijewittco..ati3 peracre. ?.r'
160 acres on Cibola ereeV. flunyln'iinA M at At Mrim. ITU.
320 seres on Leoca river at npe fler
FALL AXD WIXTEP. CLOTIJLYG WOOD EDDY Jc COS
D. NEIL'S KASIUONABLE CLOTIlDfO STOKE SINGLE iYPiUBER LOTTERIES f I
Comer of Tremont and OM Post-OtHcr .
I IIAVB JUSTOl'ESRD THE FINEST AN l BEST
at l per acra.
I CO (lata J. M. Jones.) Is prepared to 411811 orders per-
Ubdng legitimately to tho Book and Stationery busiriSj
cr o t f 1 1 rv o
.ever offered In Siits crry.anrt wJf- eipresalr for rov
mbrAcins'aiir!re.ilaeaDdwell-u!leftpflrtni.h-'nrtir.rf.Ki TzxjTs custom : and cmits ur
500 acres on heia ol ilsrccTao f r.ek Beiar CO.. St per fnd Popular Works Classical SeieatUIc Uechanlcl
acre. i feboy'. IlUtorloil Law Medical TbeoloilcaLAerlcultu- BLACK AND CiiLOICEl'
city) 1 J Pr acre. nuncc lfcuoiiltsplriiuih Phreaolog.csl Domestic Econ-
SM acres on Elm creek Bexar co tJ por acra. . 0ttTi Voyages TravUa. Mew publications by every .tconier
22 -V. SS Tf?er' (fi"We' -' r " "" school bookh and school s i'atiomiiiy
"""0fA'!.A'nr..i;": ' Themortcomplete stock In thslaJ. Y
CLASSICS AND liAXGVAC.Hs
Latin Oreek Spanish French and German.
Half and full bouod of all styles sizes and varieties.
M acres on Gasper Frfrescrcek. Medina eo. II per acre.
MO acres ou rranclseo reres creik Medina co.. It per
Good tillei given . Apply to
T. 0. WILLIAM. 8n antonlo.TeiM.
. pr- H" A. AM"X4KD fcu gaB Actpplo Texas
COATS of all s!zrg an leiture ;
PANTS OtViXU'lLor.S A.VD QUALITIES ;
SILK. SATIS VELVET
CLOTH and CA NOT V EKT-t.
Sttrts Undcr-Snlid Drawers and a general j..rtmmt
irA"Jlav i"""! """i VJHtc '";; auiu lAKaim IIJU. iisJXri
The celebiuted Wiiulsor and CLflon illllsi premium Pa- h an vtumrposaed tlock of
!!? cSSptUet riIM0I!aP .Letters Outu. it0te FAMHOSXUUK ItATW
THE AcVcmle year comprises two terms of twentv P"10"'"' deeJgn excellency of Unlm intrinsic value. i of all styles and shapes.
ki each. feS fl !?Xn"f!Z W ft. J A". ? T- Cunro of hqM!itr. I io att ndJel
. -vMUtu. . . .v v.usui jjoiu. jiuuminr ucion a. . . . . . .. .. .
BW mj HUVIIflSMIfiW v .imw SM"MtV '' IVWtlT
GALVESTON FEMALE SEMINARY
Fobuo Sacjixi Oalvisioj Taxis.
MISS C. S. COBB PaneiriL.
Tho second Term comxencei February lith I'M.
Prompt attendance at the begumlng of thetsrm Isdi-
sirablc both for the progress of the student aad organiza-
tion of Classes.
Students howeter are received at an time du log the
term and charged from time of entrance till dote of term.
Primary and Secondary Deparlmetti per term IIJM
tII5SIJ!EirJ?j!Thu'I'" "? ???? VWtlng. als3w!U. cue.) Wedding Enamele!. Brlrfol
fcR.x-usuUiJ1aimjreasa. per term.. IJ r Board Alourotoi. Tinted JCmrjgndDlumlnaialwitli I
rv w ucwuuunuuiuiwaiEu aisu uuurr. r rrmen and .
Tissue Drawing O ild Silver Podl Offlce Wrap'p njr. and
Cotton Sampling Paper die 4c " "
Buff TThits and Canary for budaeas mot aad ttwrtrt
Alrt Linen rarchraeot. Posi Once Colored. Ball. Km-
turnaae Atoornlnl umcoraJ Woddlnr. and fanci anil . net
Uardsof every siae asa quality for tie Laale.'. a.d some
saonannaaatobima tbaaemtlnlzlnff nr r..nf.f I IVT.
saopaimoMtobifflotbaacnitlnUUij or Copid.
This Department Is cenducted by tho most efacleot and
accomplished masters both of Vocal and lnstrumen'al
Music. Especial attention given to IhepracH of Music
BaooAVA to walch theutltt!on or p anters u invited.
My stock being large my price will it unusually LOW
FOR CASH. n. JTEIL.
NEW STOKE ! iVE W STORE !
j.DotGLAsa BKoreff. r. a. heiskell.
DKOWJf A; HEISICKLI
HAVE on hand and are constantly reelvirg rreh su
Fanoy nnl Stnrle Dry Goods
HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AXD SHOES.
GRAND CAPITAL PK1ZE
jp- $100000 1'Wft
NEARLY O.VE PRIZE TO LTERV XISE TICKVr3
THE KXTlt tDHDI.VAII Y HItAWiAe
i Wood Sidy A Co.'t Sinale Jf imAex UU ijln wUI tiki
place In pufcite andrr the sapa rlatesdenee ftf Sworn Coru
ulcsloncrs at A uguita Georglt as follow :
I'LA&ej -17 llraw un Saturday Aur. tit t.S39
31 - " Her. 171 s.v.
" 3 - Jan. 21 IIOO
" ' (IV " Frl l.S ISBO
One Grand Capital JPrixp f
1 PrlM of... .$30000 1 1 PrlM of. &1.0OO
1 rrlM .f.... 3;ooO I Pru.. of. .Vlrou
1U.UOU i IUO Piirea crji.
S.OUO I lin PrLlea or...
3uou rioo irijM or
l raze or....
1 riiie of..
1 Prtw or....
1 Prtie of..
I Prixe of. .
Civic Ball Cards with appropriate emblematic device; .
I'UCKKT HI VltllS.
for the year ISM: forty-four different kinds wita several
n-w styles for the Counting Hoose. 1
STHItHOSCOPES AMI VfRtVn '
instrumental music per term ..l3a 00 lOreljn and uomcstle Mth Paper and Gliu. I
0.alMu'iciriprivatele3.wnspertenn. ....-.. soro MIJMt! AXD JIITrilf! IlOOKik !
Uteof Instrument for pract'ener terra sm .. jsijosu aiu jsuoii uuuivi.
Vocil MurfctoSrOTghfyTulbtSdaUy.wlthoS AlgeaArtment of tbe SUndardlloscof thecay. j
birr- JmKwtwtf COLD PEA8
m m " - In Silver Cues and Desk Holdera. W.rran-.ed In ererv
wu.ir.TJ.VLOm .wir. I.iioojii. particular. Try beore yuu bur.
TATLOE 4; M00EE steel pens.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW flirwStaSSt
........ ...-WM v flllKltH .1IK.1.
HAIiDWAKE. COTLEIIY GUS.. PISTOLS. e.
Jfarlirt feirret (.'nlrelon.
Brick Storev nearly opposite tb Post Oi&ee.
The public are iavitcillo cJLaadonhrsfro'jiUitcoinitry
5000 1 1W PrUrs or..
WILL attend to all business eatru&tod to them In . - . .".
Hous'on and adjomlne counUcs. WIllVdjoTraS Jjory.ipony Kowood Boxwood and Bme traveling
fee la tb. Soprcme and Feberal Courts at Tyler. r tnm to SS a let. A xrefarietyor Chert Uickin I
GESEUAIr COMMISSION BKOKEn
Mono Castle Sieasd Oalviotos.
rise and as it was raining heavily It Is hoped that proachlng the same end but for the timely use of
commencement of steamboat trade in that direction
will notbe deferred long.
COTTON. With accounts of a firm and moderately
actve market at New-Orleans to hand on Saturday
morning buyers evinced a disposition to go on freely.
and Bales were made of oyer -lOOu Bales in four days log like health. Thla srtlcle can be procured In al-
at full rates for desirable grades. Some transactlops ' most any town In the Hate. Dr. Gdtsott Manufac-
were also made In sandy and dusty Cottons (hat lurer and Babsss A Iabe" Proprietors N. Y.
Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparllia which
has restored neno neriectneaitn.
"J. B. TRIPP & CO."
Diseases of these kinds are peculiar to this climate
and should not be neglected. The world has na bleu-
werc pressed for sale at from 5 to Sc
On Thursday early the Sabine steamer brought the
Ruropean news per Arabia of V3-10d. decline in
Liverpool and later In the day the Berwick boat
came la wllh tho additional advlpes per Kangaroo
and with neis of a decline at Npw Orleans of W
c which disposed factors to sell and about 1100
bales were taken at a concession. To-day we hear
of no transactions of magnitude. We reduce quota'
Sold byG. A. BEHEMAN Galveston; Dr. A. J.
HAY Houston andbyajldealers In every town and
hamlet in Tearas. Jan. lS-ai-witw-ly
A GREAT BiESSUG TO THE AFFLICTED.
X3S The numbpr and formidable character of dis-
eases of the Liver have long challenged the atten-
tion of medical men. Some of these diseases classed
. n.l?h -nral (pm nf CnnanmnLlon. havA been
tlons In conformity with the decline at New Orleans Bpp0sed incurable and the unhappy patient allowed
on lower grades continuing our last week's notations t9 alCi wUbou at&ai science to offer him a hope of
recovery. Happily 8m can so longer he the case
for middling and upwards viz
Ordinary GJfift S;i
Good Ordinary 8i(& 9f
Low Mldlddllng Sji10
Good Middling . .. 11 4UX
Bccelpti cf ibe week aroonnttoo.4AQ bate;. Sales
Dy broker's returns to &buu bales .
n oa and Chequer BoarJi.
Different sixes and styles of bind njr; mtnafactnrtd of su-
! perflne paper assorted colorslnd llluatnted with fine atrel
loesi. he has taken Ihcs-owundeTwsofflca au ncx ;to aaarhandsomelr bound. r
Adsrai Ji Co wbere all good conslzued to his care will UIBLE3
be well and carefully storrjl. In such manneras to be AU sixes and in aI ityles of binding.
ready for exhibition to iporcbasers at a moment's notice PRAYER BOOHR
which together witu thulncreawa stfety will render this . . i r VH .'..
one oi the moat eligible n tbe city. ' " "Mu" "l" A large variety .of Eplaeopat and Catholic together with
IT" Casi advanced ou all conelgnments of Merckaadhe denominational Ui Boors generallr.
JailUwAwtf . '"aaf- JUYE5ILK AJVD TOY HOOKS
forth "Llltie qnes at Home" of all varieties. Him.
stjleA and colors. Also prated on Linen
fUAnuoia uiofuni Uf 41V.VAM
COiViVICK & NOLAN
(Successors to John Kolan.)
SI ZS"TX 3T A C T TJ R 35 1? S
Pemderton Mill.' In this city cave way and Icstantlv
fell at about S o'clocfc vestprdcy evening while all
the vast machinery ot tho mjll wasfn operation and
Its six hundred operators busily engaged !n'tei va-
Tbfvastplle wasalmojUnstantlyileveUd lo the.
TTOnnuTcvery -story-giTiug way uSaerb.i-imniiuiae
welgnt ana loree oi tne macainery ana materials ae-
cendlng from above burying beneath lis ruins near-
ly all who were In the building many or whom were
. Every exertion was made to save tbe living and
extricate them from the fearful pile. Tne
citizens turned out en mrzMc'ana rnshed to the fear
ful scene bearing theironnded and mangled bodies
to Ihclr licmce and using every effort to restore them.
A sbort tlmo previous to midnight however while
the work of extricating the bodies nf tbe living and
the dead was still progressing anro broke out In the
ruins of the engine house which quickly communica-
ted to the mast of the main building andspread with
terrible rapidity over the entire ruin and at half-
past one o'clock this morning the mill was a smoul-
dering mass of brick mortar and charred human
After liefirp broke out It was Impossible lo save
many of the living J'hO were still bnrled in the ruins
and it Is estimated that cof less than 200 perished in
the flames or were Instantly VlH;d by the falling
walls andmachlnery. A vary large number of Close
taken from the ruins are mortally wounded and ma-
ny others are sadly mutilated In various trays.
It will be Impossible for several days lo obtain the
exact number of the lost and wounded.
TEOOpa roa sxw Mexico asd abizoxa.
TVasactos Jan. 11. A certain number of troops
are- to be taken from CoL Summner's command and
orderad to iew Mexico In order to courcance spring
operations against tba depredations' popmlUcd by
Indians on the Santa Vi mill route.
The army of Utah under tbe c6uiiaanu of Genera!
Johnston Is to be ordered to Arizona la tbe early
part of spring
jons BELL XOUIXATxD roa raEsmxxT.
SAUiy;u.E Jan. 11. John Bell was to-night nomi-
nated by thn Opposition members of the Tennessee
as a National Psion pdldate for tbe Presidency
ALirUlU. SSliOCRATIC 'state pcxvxxtiox.
Moxtgojikbt Ala. Jan. 11. The Alabama pema-
cratlc State CoTcntloh met here to-dav for the'nur
pose of nominating State officers and electing dele
gates to tne national uemocraue convention wbicn
is to be held at Charleston. On the opening ofthe
Contention great excitement prevailed. Mr. Han-
kers took ths fioor and motioned that General Bul-
ger of Tallapoosa county jhoubJ art as temporary
chairman. Mr. W. L. Yancey rose fr'cn hl teat and
In a brief speech opposed tbe absre mstlcn and In
concluding his remarks moved that Ilr. fL D. Smith
of Lauderdale county be nominated as chairman.
Both chairmen proceeded to tbe speaker's stand In
the Hall of Representatives and took their seats;
thc7 yore both putting motions amid great noise and
cODfustoc The; two parties finally compromised and
F. S. Lyon vas rejected chairman.
ECXTCCCr DIX0CEAT1C (TATE COSVEXTIOX.
FEASkroan Jan. 11. The Democra'i ftate Con
venlion met here to-day for the purpose of nomina-
ting State officers and electing delegates to tbe
Charleston Convention. It approved the courses
p-sued by President Buchanan during bis adminis-
tration tzi recommended Mr. James Guthrie to the
Charleston Convention as a suitable candidate for
Kaw Yobe Jan. 1L The shipping Jljs pf to-day
reports the cotton market dull: tbe business was 11m-
tted at previous rates ; Hie sales for three days
amounted to 21P0 bales. Middling is quotedat 11;;.
pAxaixocs xxrLOsrox ArrmnEsniD.
Wahhsgtoi ran. ioj. A serious personal alterea-
Uca took place in tbe Dcujo of Representatives yes-
terday bctveen Horace F. GlarU and John T. Has.
kin Representatives of Ibe Eighth and Intn Dbtrlcts
of New York respectively. In consequence cf which
there is great excitement ;here la pcmlcal circles to-
It is also believed now that tbe House will never
come to a direct vote on the resolution of Mr. Clark
of Missouri which declares that no member who has
ccforsicd the Black P.epublican circular is fit to oc-
cupy the Speaker's chair. This Is the expressed opin-
ion of Mr. Sherman vho at the same time gives out
that should the resolution be withdrawn be has an
explanation lo make to the House.
Ihis Lowever Is generally believed V? be a bid of
Air eucnituj uw uf incuua ior more voica ana is
received for nothing. The common remark of most
SUGAH MOLASSES But little has been received
during tbe week and owing to Uie prevalenoe of wet
weather there have been no transactions of magi-
tude. Most deliveries being deficient In quality for
requirements of home consumption of Sugar are
COP.X. Western $1 10 $1 20.
LIME. From store $1 231 50. Cement 1 SO
BBIOIC-r-oTorlhcrn $13$14 per M.
HA.-Northern $1 8Tfl J$.
OATS. 570c f bushel.
FREIGHTS. No new engagements for foreign
porta hive transpired. Vessels on the berth are rill-
ing at 'id. for Liverpool; ljfe. for Havre; ljfc for
Bremen. Coastwise vessels are tryin for jf c for
Cotton and 3 for Sugar. There Is but a moderate
quantity of Cotton offering for New York.
EXCHANGE The Improvement of the markelfor
North's bills has contlnued.andwe now quote Checks
on New York i $ c discount; ) Day Sight qn
NewYork and Boston 2 H&Vi 1? c. discount; phejls
on New Orleans par $ c premium.
A remedy has been ftand which will cure all com-
plaints of whatever Character arising from derange-
ment of the Liver the Pills discovered by Dr. Mc-
I Lane prepared soley by Fleming Bros. Pittsburgh
t Pa. act directly ou Ae I4rer; and by correcting Its
. operation and purlf'lag It front disease cuts off and
. extrjpates the compilnta which Lave their origin la
COMPARATIVE STATEMRVrof Rtctiltt EjpOTtl
and blocki of Cotton al the following places at dotes
Ion hind A on
NerCt-5j37sr.... Jsn. 6
'rto -JM-wisJalMjMO AasaAlu .i. Aid'-
' u 2iucs 53iifToli tcom I know now aaA
1 o.i "nfi ottm fesnis uu now -ansa
. " M
. " 17
Total lo date in IMS .
Increase this year...
Correcltd Weelly lySorlcy Smith cfi Co. Oaton
Factor and Commission JferoAanti.
This year last year.
Mock on band 1st Sept 'S633 1S99
Itecelved at Oils port to date 91117 "SM2
Kcccivcd at other Texas ports.. ..211G3 13028
Total ItKci "iSi
Exported since Sept. 111. 1839.
This year. Last year
BalcstoGiianriiiilo dsie 3 ftS 9331
To France ........."- S907
To ether Continental Ports E7S W
ToKewurlcans. V2K4 Hi'J
ToiNewTorS. 1910J ....
To Boston 020 ....
OnljmdDsd(Uppard.not clcired.xSCO .
WEEKLY COITO.V OEPOHT '
FOR TnE WEEK ENDING JANUARY 18TJT ISfM
Galvisvox Saturday Jan. 14th 1883.
Claistjlcatlont Assimilating to those ofLittrpool
Odlnary Ttf 8tf
Good Ordinary.... 9 94
LowlIIddiing 10 10K
Middling.. lOtf &VH
GoodMiddbng ........ 11 lljf
Middling Fair . .1U
Remarks With a still active demand our market
has advanced "Kc. on last week's prices with
the Arabia's accounts in with lt&H decline. Buyers
hare paid outside figures for desirable lists the de-
mand being confined to tables of that character.
" P. W. MAL0NE A BR0.
disinterested observers Is that s daemons explosion
In nois Dxsiocbatio Stats Cosvkstioi. This
Convention met at Springfield on the 4th lost. A
A series of resolutions vras adopted among which
was the following: That no honorable man can ac-
cept a seat as a deugate In the National Democratic
Convention or should beregardedas a member of
the Democratic party hq will not ablda the decis-
ion of such convention -and support its nominees.
Tbe delegates were Instructed w vote for Douglas
A young married lady of our acqaaintance whose
union has net been proline cf I'lltUedarllocs. " has
suspended on the vail In her bedroom directly over
tbe head of the bed a neat little picture underneath
which Is the following quotation 'from Scripture t
" Suffer little children lo come unto me and forbid
(hem not for of such Is the kingdom of Heaven. "
cosrutuATioxs is the szxatx.
Waeuwotox Jan. 12. The greater part of yester-
day was spent by the Senate In executive session
and the following appointments by the President
Mr. ralterzoD of Mississippi United States Consul
Mr. Smith of Mississippi Consul General at Constantinople.
-Mr. liunneis. oi Texas uonsul at K.in Inzn del
Mr. Leavenworth of New York Consul tojfaa Bay
Islands. ' j
A. B. Greenwood Commissioner of IndialKfatrs.
Mr. Hendrlek of Mississippi Indian Agent for the
Territory of New Mexico and Collector at the port
of ban PJego on the Pacific
ALABAMA STATE C0SVIXTI0X.
MosTCOHKar Jan. 12.rTbe pemocratlc State Con-
vention continued its session to-day bat Is making
very slow progress. The proceedings were Ion stor-
my than on yesterday although considerable excite-
The committee en credentials offered a report fa-
vorable to the Yancey delegation from Montgomery
Xhe renort was sustained in Uia cnnvpnitnn hr n
large mtjorltyf the vote being 211 yeas against 110
Mr. Scott of Monroe county. Introduced a resolu-
tion asserting the right of the Territories to Intrnducg
slavery and to demand Legislative and Congression-
al protection. - -"
Xheresolutlon requires lhat'the delegates to the
Charleston Convention be Instructed to insist npon
this principle being Inserted In the platform or the
National Democratic party and If that convention
should fall toxecognlxe this right Jhc Alabama dele-
gates are Instructed to withdraw and"call a State
Convention composed of the present delerates.
Tbe report and resolutions were referred lo tho com.
XEBBASCA TIBBITOBIAL lzoislaicbe 'y. 1"
Br. loers Jan-Tl2. Advices from Nebraska were
received here to-day to tbe Sd Inst. from Omaha.
The Territorial Legislature commenced Its session oh
the 1st. .
A Ml J has been Introduced and passed providing
ivr-auDiuujug aiatcry la uie xerniory. It is oe
lievcoTlbt Governor will veto the bill. "
A bill has also passed tbe Legislature calling a'con-
Tentlon for the purpose of forming a EtaU constitu-
tion. IilDIAiiA STATE C0X7BKTI0X.
I.tDUJxrons Jan. 12. The Democratic State Con-
vention assembled in this city to-day lor tbe purpose
of appointing delegates to the Charleston Convention.
A large number of delegates were n attendance. In
the series of resolutions adopted was one Instructing
tbe delegates to tbe Isatlonal Convention to vote for
Stephen A. Douglas for President This resolution
was passed by a vote of 2C5 to 129.
rune shkkoks is musouxi.
i'or the Weib ending Friday Jan. ISO. 1SC0.
Oalvestox Jan. 14 1860
Sales Ibis peek ------ 5704
Exports' this week 0.2ST
Receipt this Week ..... 42101
sioct on jianu anu on sruppoaru not cicareu ysoti
CUitlJIcatioM atrtmllatlng lo thou ofltcirpqol
Ordinary 75 SU
Good Ordinary 9 OK
Middling ... lPli&iOV
OeodMiddling ..10JJ11 ?
Rxuabis The demand In the early party of this
week very good and In most Instances very fall pri.
ces were paid. The late accounts received being
unfavorable has caused buyers to bold back to-day.
TVe quoleThCmarkct easy at above qublatlons.
A5IAND R. WIER
the diseases of this organ. Remedies hitherto pro-
posed for I've- -cplalals have failed to operate
npon the set. at tciiujfct but Dr. M'Unt'i I".;Ls
makotbemsilvafel) ipaK .he actoa of theUVf
and by cleansing tb tur.id. uJ up ire in'purr
streams of Ciaease ni'c-i t. otie dsr iv- tUeir exist
tarPurchacxi vir. -jmM '
31'LAlfE-S aXLgWiJ m
uractured by- jpujziiifiu
Pa. There areclho riils
Pills now b.'5it6c 1 nMl
Liver Pills raohii-s-i 'i
had at all r&sp .liable dri..
without the Hm-'
N. D. LabaiHa J. ifanr.ay
What it Vftti In V
burn ! then appiy It to tl
instantly cure yoc. p Vj
hand a deep g&jwlih akc
ply it ana t neiieeJ n.re i
time. Apply chat I UiZLE
poptuilon arfc ?" M:d tf
andaperoLOert t(J iruai''
Apply what -'J'i!
TJIAUTOU ilay" p!
kind t then nsly it.d icv
perfect heal WloOtsw sa Rj lbi-;JV4
nignt ioiiows day tdo ippi:
iZ PMff "
Jor sale in Sv-sr "Srkww icit:
3. VKKitrT CO
a 'fed m e-i.x it:.
be addressed j fjuUAilw
oAiu DluJ'-f i)Zunit& man
H AIR p y I The Original and best In the world I
4R others 3P mere Imitations and should be
avoided If you trish ip escape rldjcule.
Gray Bed or Rgsty HalrPjcd instantly to a beau-
tiful and Natural Broirn or Pljci without tbe least
injury to Ualr or Efcip.
Fifteen Medals and Diplomas have been awarded
to Win. A. Batchclor since 1630 and over 60000 ap-
plications have been made to the.Halr of his patrons
of his famous Dye.
T7m. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and Is warrant-
ed not to Injure In the least however long It may be
continued and the ill effects of Bad Dyes remedied;
the lialr Invlgjrstedfor Life by this Splendid Dye.
Made sold of applied (in 9 private rooms) at the
Wig Factory Broadway New York.
Sold In all cities and towns of the United States
by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers and In Gal-
veston and In New Orleans wholesale and retail by
J. WRIGHT A- CO. -f2T"
The Genuine has the name and address upon
a stffj plate engraving on four sides of each Box of
WirW4" 4- BACHELOR
Via BKadsrny ftey York.
EXTHA STEAM UEFLMIO (lIIVi
IN WINES LIQUORS. SCOTCH A ENGLISH ALB.
DC1ILIN A LONDON PORTER;
Also Tobacco Cigars Masicsl ImtramenU Fancy Ooodj
Toys. Fruits Spicsa Ae
Nearly opposite the Tost office Galveston Texai.
e. b. twixdt nsxrxx rvrsisr. ci.nrrAsr
aOTHIXC AT WHOLESALE!
OD. TWEEDY CO.Ncs.l!AlS3Dmu!eSt.N.
York will alwara keep on hand a full and comptet
aisorunent ot lUaiy-llait Clothing Shirts and Sen's
rnder-ll'ear particularly adapted to tbe want of Texu
and tbe Southern Trade.
F They respectfrdly solicit ao exarnlcatloa of their
THE public will please notice my hind bills aneoudnc
the Sale on tho 23d uth and 93th of Jaauarv lnit-
of all my Lands consisting or &310 teres Aarroea. PQ
Sheep a quantity or other Stock let) bales Of Cotton
Wool 4c. No properv will be sqld before tip day pf
auction ; then Sale positive on my plantation n.ar Nay
isota Depot f r IRA M CAMP.
January nth 1380. " f wjt
THE PCIIE IIL00JIS HAVE C0BE
PDsLOSO Esq. of L;
.rnchbure Harris ca. baa
York. 1 (all blood French
Merino Sheep. 3 of of which are Bocks. One of them Im
ported from r ranee In 1S33.and sheared last season 19K
fiounds clean wool all. heavy shearers and ol the finest
Any gentleman who will produce from tbe Lone Star
State 4 as likely animals in all respects cjn draw on ma
forooethoaand dollars. hrolawtwlt
k ' DU
JbggQJ WJj Ci-'-O 1LSU-
JKA. jSSfTsr ' EmrL9lfa? f-2 . ' v'.tw.tl
Ifflilig Tir. rsfffrTTi wwnt t iuf' ?L.t-
aSBBSSrSSSSSS' t'' ' ll
AaJJKgffSTOgfyaig jij ( '-ft
isslraBre2y5!Kir wSmLl? V& r
rfrfMgvsrHsiBiiluipJj&'trr MttrU L
V ' r"'M - I
joale-'eh tpCamesA Trabueand Carncs
.yreqacstea to settle without de
Hm j( 'be dec w Air. Carncs. The books and pt-
trjeoj oa .'f.jadat tae ofUcc of Messrs. Miller Moot-
Mner o ttcrgoif Mr. JEPr.stonwliolsfoly
iu'.t- ake settlements. All persons having
t -1 1 w- fans will Dioase present them
GEO. H. TRABHE
ISAAC Jf. LOCKE.
sarvivlng partner of
CARNES i LOCKE
-.eal1 'v 1 at negroes n our loLand wo will
Mkciy young negroes Jojt from
- our ilantauon in Mootgomery
from the Klr-t Settlement In 1C33. to Annexation. In 1315.
W h Portraltr Maps and Plans. Also an extended Jto-
peMllx. 3 voti Svo loco paxes. Strongly bound in sheep
bf nt byxnalL postage free for 3. '
. GE.-SEHAL YAHIETY OK STOCK
Ojiaprlibg araoig others tip fqllowlng leadlux articles
Btot'g Paper Pads
and Sands Composi-
tion A Copy Boots Chalk
Crayons Cash Boxes Card
CasJB Dominoes Dream Books
Dice Expeditious Calculators Engrav-
ings Expense Hooks invelop lfoxea. Hasp
Honks. Inks (black blue red and hmnMiA-l
Isk Stands and Erasers India Rubber and Bands
Indelible Ink and Pencils. Ivory Folders Indalar.
Ivory Tablets. Lead Pencils (of all colors) Letter Boxes.
Mucilage Pen holders PrtnU Portfolios Fortmonle
Pocket Books Parses Pictures Perforated Board
Pen and Pocket Knives Pencil Leads Quuls.
QuUl Fins. Rulers Red Tape Ready Reck- '
'oners. Reference Flies Sealing Wax.
Song Books soap Books SiateP
3 ana Slats Pencils Sand Boiesl
Time Books Transparent
Wallets. Wrjtlsg Desks. Ac. Ac
With thousands or other artcles too numerous to mention.
Tts most extensive and varied stock of Light Literature to
tefuund In the tfafe. j
inesauscnoer wouru respearuuy lrltt
and Strangers generally to examine hla stock before pro.
ceedlnje to New urleans as he is confident he caaaiiderscli
inAt market easily
Baolts Soot by JVIail
Anord'rs promptly attended to and Books forwarded
by null free of postage oa receptloa of advertised prices.
Magazines ant. Nawspapera.
Subscription; received or single copies for sale ofthe
leadlngilagaxlnes and Literary Newspapers ofthe day.
lanowiwtr ynAjrc(3 Q- ALlkv.
3HLLEK JI05TCO3IESV A CO
COTTON FACTORS .
Orncxin J.03TEKMAN'S Naw BciLntaa Up Stalr
Will make Liberal Cash Advances on consignment to
the following booses:
IIEU'iTT.AOHTOY oi CO.
Crprtprsil Commission iMei-ctisirites
G-enoral Commission Mercraan.t
J VJIE3 HEWITT &. CO
General Commission Merchant
TXT Agents of the Homestead FIe and Marine Injur
ance Company New York City
MATTHEWS A JONES
h.-i. llanos ost received perbarkj.
c' - n en for examination. Persons
-) rsT will find it to their Interest
:r - - r.re purchasing elsewhere. We
w j. 9 reaays.-wiiiciiwm make the
ft w; r Pianos ever oucred In TexaF
-v-uyrjive and some have pearl keys.
J.H.LxPERT A CO
1 Strand Street.
E. ?. 3IILLS & CO.
3iiuxtillas' Sc Oloakfj
J'2 and 311
UAH tt AY JEW YORK.
txm bt i.ir.nxrcn roBuii.x or
AS A SO. 1 CHaFF WOMAN.
'. . -A.TI EXCCLLZSr
Shtl wnci. 1! ordaf hjUd ( ivvjRifeHES AifU IRDNER; HAIR DRESSKR
A I ClUUCia MAIO AOED SI YEARS.
i Sarro Woman.
ORDINARi-noUaE SERVANT' WELL DISPQS1D
AND OOOD CHAKA.CTER; AGB.S4YB3.
A Jfegro 3Iai.
A GOOD OABPENEK. FIELD HANI) WHITE
T'ASHER lioX 40.
All Fttlv Guaranteed.
J. CAST-VIEv-t CO. Tremont 8L
hixt coos to "saws" of tics.
VESSELS IN PVE'f qv g.VsjVESTON
rioAT January JSIh ISjfO
Schiller Bahrc loading fcfBrcmen.
Resolute Prince dischargH iron.
J. O. Eubn Moss loading for Liverpool.
L. D. Carver WUey discharging'.
Jrlj Deetjen l'ding for Bremen
cno E4ard loading forjlremen.
jcvenana st)iimann loagln; lorLIvcrpooL
Jf. B. Horriman Bay loading fo? picrpOol.
E. Schuli Howard loading for LIvcrpocI
Alamo Patterson l'dlng for Liverpool.
Iola WyUe 1'dlng for Havre.
Anton Guntber Zillosen l'dlng for Bremen.
Island City Kelly discharging.
John Welch discharging.
Anna D. Jordan loading for New York.
O. D piary PhUbrook l'dlng for Havre.
Blumentijal - discharging iron.
W. H. Titcomb l'dlng for Boston.
"Wm. H. Mitchell discharging.
R. George discharging
jtf AUJMIi INTEIsLIGENCE.
Poav or GALyxjTOx Jan. 14 1SC0.
Schooner Maria Morton Temple from New York
wllh merchandise to Tankersley A Co.
Schooner Justice Sheldon from New York with
merchandise lo R A D. G. Mills.
Schooner Henry Mabee from Pensacola
with lumber is at the point. v
Brlg.W. It. Uoore with railroad cars from Boston
arrived last evening.
The bark Texian Star. Younc. cleared from. Liver
pool for this port December 11. Also on the same
day ship Palmetto Grey for this port. 1
1 The bark Robert Mills from this port arrived out
at'Llverpool Dec. Cth.
A posltlro Remedy for Loss of Hair Baldness .Vc Ac.
PairAUBo Oil. or I'iui aso Macz and Sriarrs cf
Gastuasxdbs aitd Boxwoop highly perfumed with Air-
asaonis and Rosa OcaAsirii an Infallible Remcdrfoi
BAL1).NE33; also toDaurar TincxiH and promote
the Growth of the Hair and prevent it trom turning
GREY. For full particulars sea "Circular." Trice per
tIaL 1100. For sale by ' H C. p. ASOUOFF
aUKi5-wtly Druggist. MarkuStrett.
.TBCTUS THAT DEry C0ST1L1UICTI0.
HcVl the following- fjcbs In relation 10 Cbistapobo's
Exonumn IlAa Dr?"amf then ray If It lias any equal
In the world.
It neither bams the skin nor hair.
It colors every hair alike.
Its blacks and browns are natuie's duplicates.
It is applied in a few minutes.
It leaves a gloss upon the hair.
It la more permanent than other dyos.
It eoatalcs no corrosive ingredient.
Ana b.U)- !!; inventor challenges a trial between this dje
and any other m existence whether of native or foreign
Sold everywhere and applied by all Hair Dressers.
CarsTAPoao No. A
dccSOirtwlm Astor House NewYork.
IJELMBOLD'S GEMJIAi: PllEI'An.VTIO.Y.
IH!L.)Il)OLD'j3 GKMJI.M I'niUAilATIO.Y.
HIXMBOLU'S GEMHM: PREI'AIIATiO.V.
UKOIUOCD'd GE.U1.K TOEr.UlATIO.Y.
Is prepared accordkg'to Pharmacy ahd Chemistry with
the greatest accuracy and Chemical knowledge devoted to
VfP See adrerllscment beaded
HEUIOULD'S GE5LIXC PHEPAHATIOV
In anolhorcolamn. oct4-W-ly
Tux Booc or All 0ihes3 that snocuina sgad by
men with damaged and broken-down cpnstltutloes is
"IICKII rBAILTTj'Or-tTSIOLOOlCAZ. BSSEA&cnu." it
is oeauuiauy liiustratea ana treats minutely 01 an
tbe symptoms that Invariably developo themselves
sooner or later resulting from the frailties and vitia-
ting habits of early youth incapacitating Ibe victim
from sharing the irultlon of the matrimonial slate
and If not checked la time degenerating all the
function of manhood and bringing hlm.stepby step
16 a rinrerinj: and untimely death. Soidby Dr. BAR-
ROW pi Ble'eker St.. New York. Price 23 cents.
Sent free everywhere. ' ' JanJO-twiwlm.
i e "
Tua ojlv Suax Rsuibr roR Wobus. There are
worm medicines so called as harmless and at the
same tlmo as unlets as water. There aro others
which are admirably adapted to kill the patient as
well as the worms. Wisxr's 0a3adia.i Vxninrcox
belongs to neither of these two classes. It destroys
Internal worms In all cases while lnsteadof Injuring
jj)'e 'fenefal system it gives tone strength and vigor
tp every muscle and Shrb and function of the human
frame. These arc Its characteristics and lbs source
of Us great popularity
WHEELER & lFIlSOfl'S
' Persons in want of fine shirts and clothing would da
well to purchase them at AuVed Munroe and d.'s because
they are made wllh
- WHKELEIl Oc WILSO.YS
Read tha following fromLFRED MUNROE A CO.
Mfrehant Tailors iii Broadway. X. Y. and New Or?
"ffehaye usel the Wheeler an Vftlson Sewing Ma-
chine for the but two years doing al the sUlcttax and
quilting in the rrsanlacture of clothing both heavy and
light. Kith perfect satlsficlion. We recommend them
for speed light and easy operation thoioughnesss of con-
struction and beauty of stitch nude alike upon both sides
of the fabric and ftewed with great economy of thread"
Since the above recoaunen.dat.on was lveo Messrs.
Alfred Monroe and Co. hare taken tho Agency for the
i'nklc aad Ljon Sewing Mach ne tut their gislng the
TVbeeier asd Wilson tho preference la their manafae.
luring establjsnraent where thcywant a machine to u3c
If. 0. BBEWZS... ............... ........S E CALPWXLL
BREtTEE i CALmrELL
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Pf Liberal Cash Advances made ou consignment uf
ijlvu nu&u jioiaises. itiuesor oiner pronuce to toe
above House by F. A. TANKEllSLEY A CO.
Galreston Nov.12 1333.
n. 0. aaiurx... j. j. nraia3oix....w. nxxxxwAtx ja
II O. HJlKWEIt A: CO.
C0JDHS31ON AND SHIPPING MERCHANTS
stlyLIberaI Cash Advances made 03 consbrnrcent of
COttOO vgU Mobuare 4c lo lh above Loose bt
P. A TANKER3LEI A CO.
Galveston. Nov. 13.1J33.
r. a. taxxvebslxt Qalocslon..jk.s. xxax&saxx JfoSflc-
V. A XANICEKSLEV A: CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION- ASD SHIPPING MER-
CHANTS AND C0LLECTINC AGENTS
G LVESTO TEXS.
ViWO Approvlmatlng to 10uujuare
r 0UO ADDroxtmaltn? tA uiijttnri.
9i 4uu Approxmrumg to suoijuare .
of &raApproximatmta I3wjare...
4of 2W) Approximating to -JtyAOore
jjp iw ixpuruaimausg ut
ouuuoi m are .......
3320 Prixea amonntlng'to i G15OOU
UliuloTIckeU g30 ; HaltenglO; ((unrtrrs 3
JOsJHlw sJ2 SO.
of Wood Eddy A Co.'s Lotteries "WHJ take ptteeatAa
guita Georgia as forjows
CLkkssj -43 Dranrs on fcaturday ov. 3 185!)
Sov. IS 1HSO
.Tur. 30 1S53
Dc-C 3 1H3S
Dec- 10 It30
Dec 31 133 -J
Jail. 7 ISGO
Jail. 2 ISO o
Totakepiaca as' above specified
1 CILUD CAPlTACVlUZEpP . IsO.OOO
1 Prize of fCSiOCO I I Priteo...'. JI mo
Z Woo w Prizes of. a
J " aojiu - . o
; " r -u 1 ito - suo
t - " .... 3000 I ItO - . IM
1 109 - lw
slof AlWApprailmiUiiifta ASiouoare......... JL60O
fztr?: " ..... . J.-w
4 of ZX
4 of Ki
2000 of 3) are.
" 18003 are jVo
- SJDOare. SCO
- 4.0Wsre oo
w VOOar ico
- 100 are a
5 tan Prizes amoanxu; to.
DR. E. D. HA3EVEIL
SDRGEON AND MECHANICAL DENTIST.
Offers bis professional services to ths dtlzeas of Galvea
ton and vldultr. In all thervarious branches of his profes-
sion. Having had several years practical experience and
being a graduate of the Baltimore college of Dental Sur-
gery natters hlmselr that he can give entire satisfaction.
Artificial teeth Inserted upon tbe most approved methods
from one to an entire set. Artificial palates obturators
etc.lnserted. Particular attention pal to the regulating
of children's teerh.
All atseases or tne Aiouta uumsana Antrum carefuuy
and atuifuliy treated.
B. D. HAMNEK D. D. S.
N. B. Persons waited upon a! their own residence by
leaving their address with Dean Randa'l A Co until
further notice. novl wltwly.
San -Antonio Texas
E. V S.11IXII Proprietor.
' (Fonaerly of Smith's Hotel Austis.)
HAYINO become proprietor of the aboye Hotel to
which he has made ttrreaddltlrra aad 1-: A. .-ter-
anOrfot taeifCftn only be accounted foro-tijc pr.tclpl i Ve tavtr; -i -1 -fenxstt-er-ai"' irt-ied
or certain doctors who are noted for mtj- cuto; tte!- fl SJrT:; ' s "" """ '": !"-- -aeil
own n-edteints -fsl "TSt ?'- J.r. baa made It iota eatfart-
owameoianrs. yktr k.rft . art. . -.ir then-- -. Hm n-
In a pater nubllshed bv L M. blneer aaC Co- mia-1 ---a.. 1 .e .t sssfc.-k w - r ..
aciutc:a oi saaiue anu ccg wneei sewing vx i f. ta
"rerfUDsnohtrhTr..; t.. . O
caa be aodueed thati that oi Uieicienwtc ATi-vt.- -j
Well let tu seeJsjkat the SclenilAa Ax. r ri:.
about SewmtMacrBRes and what Jlschlne ecr-jasS.ir
Tito neatly Family Soap Maker.
YX71TH which every family with their ordinary kltch
V V ca grease can make alt their Soap with little or
no trouble Hard. Soft or Fancy.
It will make hard water volt clean Paint remove Grease
Ac lo perfection.
Abundant tcatlmouv in favor or theSaponlner.wl'hulf
and rafuaofe receipts for making duTcrcnt kinds of boap
sent free by addressing.
OFFICE OF THE COMPANY
No. SOS Pcnn Street Plltsburg Pa or
LEWIS JAMES & CO Agents
Ei7Be sure yoa get the original and 'patented article
nuonfictared by the Pennsylvania 3lt Manufacturing
Co Eat Tarenlum AlWgHany Col'a. '
lanlMmtwAwlt - '
GALviSToa Jan. 4th 15(0.
I HAVE this day asoc!ated with me in tho Grocery
business Mr. R. E. Cox. recently from Anderson Co
and for Ihe purpose of ectenuing the business have bought
out tho Grocer firm of Caraes A Locke Strand.
E. S. BENTLEr.
z.s. nxxrLxr. B.s. cox.
Bentley &z Cox
(Success jrs to Carries A Lock-)
Forcteii and Domestic Groceries
AT WHOLESALE ANlf RETAIL
JOJJiY E. CBAyEXS
(Late of Cravens Goocb.)
Law Collection A; Excltange OfUcCj
Palestixi Akderso.v Co. Tbxas
WJILL continue business in all the branches In uhlch
1 T the old firm have been engaged with such lm-
provemeuU as experience marsuggest.
He will practice In the Counties or Houston Cherokee
Andtisoa Ucadcrsoo Kaulfmau Yan Zsnt Smith and
freestone; in tho Suprems Court of the State and the
District Court of the United State held at Tyler.
Excoahoe ou Galveston Aew Orleans and New York
will at all times be keot on band for the onrDoss of fori.!.
tallng the remittance of money collected for correspon-
denis ana for sate.
AVw 1'orl Messrs. Reld A Traey McK'Sson A Rob-
l!n John D. Scott A Co Al en McLian i Buckler and
B. M. A E. A. Whltlock i Co.
-Yeui Orleans Mea?rs. McKIeray A Bradfor.' V n.
Taylor d! Co. Paan A CarhartEMarquci A Co W.
A. Haonay A Co and Frost & Co.
GalvesonMessrs. Ball Hatchings A Co E. B. Nich-
ols Co R. D. O.SIills and Soney Smith A Co.
Houston Henry Sampsoo A Co Allan A Fnltos B.
A. Shepherd mid Hon. A. M. Gentry.
Mirevcporl V. M. Johneon.
Nacogdoehes Dr. Jamea If. hla-r.
Awtin M.ssrs. Swcnsou A Swisher Gen. Thomas
Qicen and Hon C. U. Randolph. Ijaalawlytwll
as the best
The Btfenlijlc AmertsiMMsjt: "We a
great many Inqolilea for aHng Machines -parts
of the co nlry afliei we cannot
reply to toenail bymall.wi aa7e thocsht .
state our opinions hi rtgatditethem'ln this &p
panv. and we can aavla recant to lt.-tfi.e it
rival. It Is staple not easily put out o oiftj?
crocer bancs add in oolnt or effectiveness iil
Other maehlne'stauds siead of If. We stall ftiitTW.'
i. u.4 t.f. l'.uK.ibM..o i lL .. i
lu iuyi vi wiia pat nr.iii tiuuiiauugiieur -T '(eir-
Ferao&i la va-it of tho zennlnfl WTicelf r t& auavT hr
SfcHlnsriUndalAnaxraBQlrat 120 Canal ii!f:.- niv Jri1
C. IT. PKf!fT 3" W
Astent for Wheeler ml tfHtorf. '
WIIIlELEIt A WILSO.t j'
i C rm-
15 JsSnLh 4k
. yttt? itatrsrr
A738mK!9HtJ!ii2r.. v . -'-
4&Ff&&$fyggBLt i . t bjai's "fr
!iShT'''ff!ffit ' ' ' '. r -s
S5?aivSSr?.- f'iiK.'wHes'lal&S. 'Osa.. .--jdto
mm(ymS "'- - Ti
t IegawPgsPM-' -- - t 17
&P'aj TutiLmllSmW&ii&f iSi a1"
'"" J" .V BK!.
' ''J r" ' r - - " iyunr
ajtm j ! (i. . . t ai:e
-'at' 'm'ltifi frl&jQ . i and
t lj ia si v -.. a kau&- noni
t r s r t - l t nn on
m-e!. - A-Untir uu . loose
j tjTVw8-'iptTi-t wwy 'cflEOaiiAe tenru. rot rar
ttrpvti- acmpjy &t iMa office. JanHhrfc
KeaJ what AlfreJ Man Iteil -what JJit 1 Uw
roe & Co. ftalJ alwut tha roa and Co uj- a -jut ihr ! M
Wheeler ad TVItioa Ma- Wheeler and Yfiaoa M- 2
dune beforejbe wcra acting chine since they Jwtt uuii '? i e.r
asagentifcjBPakleitLvoii: thearencyfjr ! ? -(vf
- Wc hivftsed a Wh'dtr flnUe and Un
aiuf IViImoii Sfutinr Ifl. "Tha onlv ncniuf
chin for tSe" last two years which this Mac!-- eh AI.EX. JOXES 3T B.
S-ERGEON PHYSICIAN AND OBSTETRICIAN.
Baow'xsviLU Caxibox Co. Txxas.
HAYINO located In tha above dtr cflV-s hla profes-
alonal services to aH who may r--quire them on
bvth sides of tne river. Can alwars b fouad at hla resi-
dence In Brownsville when net professionally eogsged.
When absent an order left at his house r at the Drug
Stare of Dr. Webb will Beattrxdedtoas soon as possible.
Hollowav'jj OixruKXT Ann Pius. Caution to
the Sick As these Invaluable preparations have
been oobnterfelled. It will be reaulslto to see that the
water-maik ' HolowayNew Vorkand London')-
uou every sneet oi me pampmetin wmen tneuini-
ment and Pills are enwrapped. To find tljls test of
authenticity hold the paper to Uie light. As it a a
matter. of deep concern to -the victims -of eruptive
cancerous scrofulous and oilier external diseases
that Ihey nave the geulne Ointment and oifually.im-
portant to dispepllcs bilious patients and ail suf-
ferers from Internal complaints that they have the
true pills wo recommend a careful scrutiny In all
Mr Locia Jan. li.-pAdvlces from the Bute capital cases.
EEAU- AT AN END 1 No one Is now de-
terred from changing tbe Whiskers or Mustache from
red grey or sandy to a rich black or brown by fear
of injuring or staining the skin. Ohrlstadoro's Dye
is harmless as water mild as new milk and true to
natureln the magnificent colors It Imparts. Sold every
where' am apnUed by all Ualr Dressers. Cubista-
dobo No. C Astor House Hey York janwtwlm
Ncyy Orleans Bccombor 1 1859.
Dr. B. P. Smith 1(6 Canal street :
Dear blr In reply to your question b w I like the Vul-
finite farrow Plato Masticators you Inserted for mo some
lme ago I beg letvc Jfl ray that 1 am very much pleased
.with t...m T flnd tinn m-.nl. mn n i.n.r Via .n.1
agreubla than the metal plates of which I have hal twf
sets by Ihe moit ski Iful den'lsts but could cot use them
in masticating owing to atenderneas of the gums or some
other cause and eould not gel accustomed to them and
found them more plague than benefit. Bat I bavo become
occnitomcd to those you icscrted fer me and can masti-
cate with them very wejl. They ate not affected bysdds'
and lecl easy and agreeable from tho substance Itself I
suppose and from the perfect adaptation of it to the lr
regularities of the gains. I regard your method asa tlry
Important improvement la dentistry. Ihad dlspalrcd be-
fore I ratf-you. Of ever getting any artificial teeth that
woula subserve the purposes of the natural ones and (
Uc rame liroc beuera with comfort and forgctfulncfs cf
their being artmcUL '
-t Re3pcctful.yyour obedient servant
laniafw ' j BAM'L OAnTKIQHT. M. P.
TAFOlltlATlO.V tVASTKP Pf "IfrujAii Uilluobe.
JL who left Harrison conr.ty. Oh 0 in the jcir 1S31 or S
and came lo Urarorla cou&ty Texas where be rcmalQea
tllllSU. Ahy one who can give information orhhtwliero
abouuorof his deceas'.irdeoJ will confers favor on his
brother. Address JOHN OILLMOIIE
Oris fAwlm BAtsu Oregon.
IT oovrosieo xsriaxLT rsou ants and has become
an established fict a standard Medicine known and
approved by all that havernsed It and Is now resorted
10 with confidence la a 1 thiKdiseisea for which It la re-
IlhascureJttousinJswlttui the last two years who
bad given up all hopes oi relief as the numerous un.
solicited certificates la my -possession show.
The dose must ba ad&ntti m to Hut lmntrimpnt nf th.
IiiVlduo! tahln; itanl iixdsinsuch quistltlcs as to act
gently ou the liowels. p
Let the dictates if vourwladgment guide you la the
use or the LIVER LNVlu-SoRAlOR and it will cure
l.rvrn CouruttsTS BfLUors Attacxs DvsairsiA
Cnaosio DiaBaiioxl rjuMsixa CoMmsiais Draxs
Ttav DaorsT riouo Mross- acn Uaoitoaz. Cosrivx-
2rS8.tluOLICCaoLXBACU0LaxitAMOBBUS CUOLX&A Is
Hfcsrsan(lmayl)OLSfdsac-HccisfiiIIy as an Obuixabv
PAiiiLTMroioiax. It will cure SICK UEAlrAUUE
(asthousaDdscantestlfyJuMiwixTr xixutzs ir two
ob limn TiAsro.srtru artHUken at commmccmentof
All wriQ csx rr aei oivtxo their testimony In Its favor
MIX WATER IN THE MOUIJl WITH THE IN-
VIGOHATOR AND SWALLOW BOTH TOGETHER
Trice One Dollar per Uoltlo.
Pcsr YxorrABLB Exraicrs and rtrr vr is OLASS
CASES ATB TIOUT ASD WILL XX21- 111 AST CLI1IATI.
thel'AiiiLV L'atiubtiOq: Pills is a gentle but ac-
tive Cathartic which thrproprlitor h.s used la his
practice more t an tweutjycars.
The coiutanlly IncreaslcgMUemsud from those who
hare long U9Cd tne PlLLo.Pjud the satUfaciijn which
all expieas la regard to theb M use has Induced me to place
them within the reach ota.1.
'lha professions wedOkuow that different Car-
rliATttea art nu dltTtrpDt nor W tlnna nf th n v.i.
rne FAMILY UA ElHAKTio PILL has with
a due rtferenca to tnls well-established tact been com-
pounded froiri a variety olPJ tbe purest Vegetable Ex-
tracts whlji let uhko oo"s every part or the alimentary
cauaLandarcauonauasArrSla alt cases where a cathar-
tic 1a needed tu.h as iix EsaaorMxaBa of the tirox-
aco SLiirixxss 1'Ains Injun Back abo Lolvs Coa-
tivisiss.Pain anu Soar risrsaovis ins waoLicoori
from suoden aid wbljiwliequently;ir neglected end
la a loufc course ot Fever Loss or Arvrrrrx a Caxsrixa
HcnATiox or Cold urw thb ujor Uxstlkssxxss
HxAOicnx or wxtonr is tux Hxan ail Isslahmjitobt
Diseases Wobus lnCuiLnnsji orAncLrsRnzuMATisi(
a great l'oninxa of the liLoon and mauy diseases to
wnlch tho Utah Is hair too numerous to mentiun in this
advcrtlscnent. LlObX 1 to 3.
1'iiici: Tinti;n uimks.
Tux Lives Iivicobatob u Fxatiiv CATnaario
Pills aru rttalltJ by DrugaUs generaUj aud sold whole-
aale by the Traco In all the lirge towns.
8. T..W. SAAUFOHD.M.D.
Manufacturer and Proprietor
flS.1 llrondsvny JicwYork
doing all the stlfcllng and Wheo'er and WUsOn) Is or
quilting In the m.na'hrf ire ever has been used In the
of cothlng both . ivy and manuractu-e of our clothing
llgt)t with perfect laliifac- la qimply'atltching (he gar
iibn. TTe recommerr them mentis' and qulltirTg the lln.
for speed Pjat and eisy'op- ngs where fljere is no strain
cratloiutaoioughsaMofcon- upoate thread. Wc nirtr
structlon and beau'y of would trust It furth.r than
stitch made alike on both that."
sides ot tho fabrlc.and s.w.
ed with great economy of
M 0 consistency thoa art a lewd."
3. II. PECK
Agent for Wheeler and WbB.
WOEELEB 4 WILSON'S
se"wiivc3- ivrjvcHriiN' re s.
Tha Agent of Sixoxa A Cd.'s Machines at New Or-
leans states tha"theydo not' coaten'd at Fairs latterly
as the reputation of thett Machines Is so well established
consoqnent'y Inferior Maddnes take tho premiums.
Now ths lactls Ta aaArxa abb sock'
THEY DO COKTESD!
whenever they think there is a possibility of success. For
Instance at the
UNITED STATES FAIRS
IN. 1MB AND 1339 ;
CALIFORNIA STATE FAIRS
IN 1S13 AND 1SI3 :
At the great
ST. LOUIS FAIR.
And many others. Finally. tnVsild Agent IB vaasos
hlal ' '
CT JlOfcTT ellON'ALLY DEFH1TED
Jat elosed at Jatkson os the ISth November ISiJ. The
Singer Machine DID CqSTEXD at the 'aboe named
Fairs and the
WUEEIiEtt if yiL50N
ix avxar ixBTAxo
TOOK THE FIRST PREMIUM.
('. CASSELL Agent
Market Street Galvcstos Texas.
OF TnE CITT OF NEW ORLEANS
Founded fn 15te Chartered by the Legislature ofLouU
' Un with Agricultural and Meeianlcal Departments.
' ' CAIMTAL STOCK S?5QUQO.
In the New and Spacloaj Iron Edifice known as
South-east corner of Camp and Q mmon SlrecLi.
xxtbaxci os nam stsixtt.
OPEN DAY AND EVESINO.
irUMLER i WILSON'S
The following ondal statement of the sales of the three
promiuent Dewing Machine Companies principally used
for seven years p yt may be relied on as correct:
nUFCS DOLHEAn. President.
The above offlcUl statement shows that the sales or the
Wheeler and Wi son Maehlner for the past year (ISMJ
amounted in number to moro than I. M. Singer A Co.'s
and Grover t Baker's combined. Is net this conclusive
evidence that Wheeler eyvilsoa Machines are vastly su-
perior to ail othep;
At all the State Fairs aid" aSo tie United States Fair
but fall (1843J the Wheeler A WUson Machines took the
Hist and highest iremlum without one exception when
ever they contended. This fall OSSKJ the Wheeler A WU
son Family Sewing Machine bss taken the Fi'st Pre
mlums althe following stale ana vis
MAINE VERMONT NEW YORK
NEW JERSEV OHIO INDIANA
ILLINOIS MIOUIOAN MISSISSIPPI
And at the Great Fibs at
8T. LOUIS and the ANERICAN INSTITUTE New
York andatnumerous twuniyirairs.
At the United SUtes Agricultural Fair at Chicago about
thirty varieties of Mewing Machinca were" exhibited. The
award to thUMac'iloewas the usual Medal asthehlgh-
est premiums and a Special premium of a Silver Pitcher
va'ued at 1W.
S. EL XMSCIjl Arxonf
120 Canal street NoivOrlcans).
0. CABS EL MARKET STREET
CEO. IJ. nR.CKETT Prof-
' BOq'-KEEPING DEPARTJIENT.
IlUFUe) DOLIIEAR Lecturer.
J. IV. llL.VCKM.VN Proftawr.
lion. J. X. CAItHIt; V.Y A. M late Sap't. Ednea.
'tloaLx Prof and Lecturer en Commrrcnl Law.c
MAHC ROUS rrofa&or '
DEPARTMENT OF PENMANSHIP. -HUFUS
J. H. GnrFFITH Professor.
.MA.UEL ALVniAO rrofessor.
GEO. CESSXEH Professor.
LATIN AND GREEK D.PPARTMENT.
.si. .(ir.sts sir. r if.f-..
JtUoIeTIceiagttt; IlalresS; (laarfcrs g3 50.
CxxrrrtctTxa or Pacxuis wSItwaohtatUie&jUuw
rates which U the risk :
Certltcate of Packages of..... lo Whole Tfcketa-ti
loHair .. to
10 Quarter .. Jo
lOEighths . u
In Orderlnx Tlcltebs or CertUIcstn
Enclose the money to ouraddresa for the Tfcketaurutr
on receipt of which they wOl he fonrardeslDj-arst malL
Purdcuerscan have Ucketa ending In any figure- tb.
Tha Hat of Drawn lumbers ami rxbes srCI L mi u
purchasers Immediately after tbe drawiig.
VST Purchasers wBl please write their Signature plu.
and give thebr rost OCce Count j and State.
VO Remember that every Priio la dawn aid )i
la fan without deduction.
JXT" All oommunlcatlons strictly conddentlaX.
Al the earnest request of many of many of our Sooth
era and Sooth-Western Correspondents we have been
Induced taapenanOIEeels New (JritanAjWhcra Orders
for Tickets caa to Sited.
Orders win be promptly attended to. If addressed lo
C. T. HOWARD.
Box 131 H. New Orleans. lo.
or WOOD. EDDTACO
Iniiufactiircr.5 t Patentees Ascnt
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
Strand West of Centre Street next to "Ctvtaaa Offlee"
SPECIAL AGEVTrarTexsj or Phtedelphia Mans
faclurcrs as follows-.
Farrel Herrmg A Co's
Champion Fire and Burglar rroof Iran Sates ;
Improved Family Sewinj Machines;
TCwvtnTi VtiTrritlrm vf TT.k r.ll
aaiuuKi 11 yiernns
Patent Iron Bedsteads and Iroa ltouln i
Dr. William Wright's
Indhn Vegetable Pills ;
Joseph E. Hovers'
Eick. Blue and lied Inks Fraks Hair Jrr. -te.:
Jamej B. M3cheTa
WaxVestu. Gas-Lighten Cosgrevo Matches ;
tV City and conn ry merchants supplied at nsealsxtu
rere' prices! and terms delivered to PhBadelplda. or la Oal
veaton with charges added. (aovlS-wAtwly
L. H. AVOOD iv CO.
ji-tan "?! !o-
TtTjJBsRinQ Kt n 3sr-'?.-rrT.Arr
iRTEB:iiiiiiB'i-1.b lads of Fo
'WiiiajjfBfffffjBaffBWTnr-Sjajoii ton lor
varied stsn-.... iTrwrocXiuroneandtrieNor
00 tons Engnh lcilnaani!ewetiiA Barasdlrlabiro
& tons vaeiaca aaiicikaa iiLrteer.
5 tons iprtng steel. SCO as.' a SSTbUel Corn MiDa
3 tons Sb bieeL SO Corn Sbearra.
SO tons IIu.U'W- ore. 10QO boxes tV indovr Gs
10O Mouse Hole Anvlis 0 Cozen Ames' bpades
W Wilkinson's Anvi. 50 - Shoveta
100 Smith's Bellows ss d sizes SO Straw Cntttrs (pat'd )
100 Solid Crass Box Vus a) t'uluvatera.
60 - Iroa VtccsSOdoan bcytbes.
120 stocks ark) Dies. a. sizes ; SCO tagss&ot an'd :
law lbs. smftna liana ana bivdga Hammers
too M Pnrcnsalon Caps. 1000 Cart Ptowa.
1 XO colls Mamda. ICope aas'd sizes ; 1000 HalTj riows.
CO dozen lions CoUara. 20.000 lbs. Zinc Paint
00 dozen Horse Hsmea 10000 Qa. White Lead.
M dozen Bdnd Bridies 10 bbls. Boiled LIndseed CaL
SO dozen Cottoa Cards 10 hols. Raw Lindseed OA .
100 dozen &. Colics A Co's Axes 10 bbls. Set's Tar.jeT
W dozen H. Colitis A Co's Axes S bbls WhilaVT
0OPttttes Hoes 3 bbls. Yellow Ochre
000 pairs Trace Cbalns 0 bbls. Spaalsn Brown
. 1500 boxes Tin Plate 3 bbls. Darnar Varnish.
000 lbs. Bloc Tm S bb is. Copal VarnUb '
X 00 kegs Bar Lead. 3 -Japun tio
SO ooits ausz !xe Lead Pipe too Its. Par Green
10 roCs Sheet Lead 100 lbs. Chrome Green
10 pounds Lbronx i elkrw.
- aLO. A large as-ortmeent of Tbtware. Iron ware
-Vroodenwaresaa.ery Guns Rifts and llstob la treat.
variety and at Inr rates. Jtyiswly
WATERS S. DAVIS
(Under Mess. BalLHutcbiogs A Co.)
TS now openix" a large and wen selected stock of Fal
A and Winter Goods such as Blanket' Kerseys iil'Ialis
plaid LInseye Flannels Kentucky Jeans. Satinets Cast-
meres Omaburjs. Domestics Prints Stripes. Bed Ttektog
Cotton Checks TaUe LInen.r ToweCnzs. baaderchleri
MasHos Laces ulovea. Uoop-sklrts Boots and tshoes
H.tsof alt kinda Under Shirts and Drawers. FoeketCnt-
lery. Table Cmiery. Razors bclssors. Combs. Fercsssfos
usps.Co!ogne. HalrOlLToJet and Snaring soap. Letter
and Cap Paper Blasz and Memorasduirt Books Steel
Pecs Buttons. L'mbrehas. Ac
Men's. Lad.es Misses and Boys Saddles Bridles. Fell-
lags. Stirrup Lathers Glrthi and aarclnyes. stirrups.
Spurs Ac Ac.
An addition to the above w have on hand a jreii variety
of articles loanumerous to mention.
nf Purchasers at wholfcaleor retail wm pleas call
iM examine tha stock texbra pttrcaaslag-etsevhereo as
onr prices will be nniformly low. . InovQ-twltAwSm
COAL OIL GREASE.
THI3 G rease Is made from Coal Oil sxd has been fo n n c
by repeated tests to be tne most economical and at ths
same time thobest Lc3xicstob for RArrzaart Co Acnxs
Mitt. Gxsaxso aTsexs Wsooxs Casts. Cabbtsobs
Vxnicxxs or all kinds ana all heavy bearings keeping the
Axlxs alaraya cool aad not requlrinx to he looked alter for
soafcng of the waste it has ran with the Cars SHOW miles
aU Kadroad Omnibus. Livery Stahle asd Express Com-
panies that have tried It prouDccce It the ne plus ultra.
It combines the body and aoidlty of TaMfiw; Beeswax and
Tar. and onllxe general Ltroricaters wU.nt-raa off r
being warranted to stand an7U-rpcrature.
Ibaveitlnboies'ta Wpoasi. Also kegs and bar
rels from 30 to tCO pouads. for gensrai use ana sale. The
boxes an preferable they are six laches in diameter by 3H
Inches deep sad hold S pounds art j retsUmg verr reao-
ily forifi cents each. Tne boxes are dean and hardly a
Caiman Teamster Expressman Miller or farmer tha t
woulu cot purchase one box fbr txlAL Tha small shto Nhcs
come Incases of six dozen each. When sold by tbe case no
(4tnra la mada for tiackaires. Qoo03 can be sent bT Ex
pres with bill for collection or short time where orders
are accompanied with satisfactory references.
LIST OF I'KICfce-
OflffrifliMi- Tb. holes. II fit Inkers Of 30 IBS-SKets
per 1-In keg of WJlbs. 5 es. per lb.-Oae gross 1 lb.
boxes SO Is kegs of a and &J lbs. Mi cts. la barrel
of 300 to 100 lbs. 3 cents.
DA.M1A. HIDH EXL MS Pearl street.
SIGN OF THE COTTOX BILE. - "
Importer and Dealers
Foreign Domestic ornl Fancy Dry Uoods
(Corner of Tremont and Market Streets.
Jaaltvw-iy J. !
I UWl' II Klil'.I VEIJ-A eupciforartlclc-of Winter Lard
J. i DAVIE.
ton Bar It I
TOaB-jaT- . haiiSfr located and
wen Umhfrcd. TOirindUpatable. th. sulacrlber having
ortSrd cash the balaaca In one and two years with la
'T5rtU also sell my late residence it being a part of the
same leue fronting on San Jacinto Bay known as
CieseemlaUconlsiilng 11 acres. This Is considered
oneon J brat locations upon the Bay for an agreeable
ctwTwu" " SIDNEY SHBRMAN.
ueca-wiwu indCllyH:ooM qalvestoo.
nnEToma logic and elogutiox.
This Is tha only chattered t'ommenrttl CoQege In the
Southwest and the oldest m the U States and has stood
FOR MORE THAN A QUARTER OF A CENTURY
on Its own merits alone;
Board can be had with the Professors or other good
families speaking English French Spanish or German
from $3 to ts per week.
K. B. To prevent mistakes or lmpoaillons. Students
lutsndedfor this College should bring this advertisement
or special directions as there are every winter temporary
rooms open for a few. months ; alL of course making won
derfol pretensions and proxnLcs and posting flamiog pla
cards to enl'ghte the people of Ncic Orknns and the
South. "When three or more form Clubs and enter at the
rame time ten per cent will be deducted from tuition.
Catalogues.wlth terms opinion of ths press the leading
men of the nation etc.. set I to all who desire them.
dtaawly ItUF!? noUlEAIU Piealdont.
TTTE empower Mr Cass. Raaa to lUn our name; be
fr win represent our arm from th's date.
' A. BLUM A BRO.
Galreson January 9. 15JX lanlOwtf
AkO.Mli The regular eommanications of San Fe-
line deAusUn. Chanter .No. Lareheldatth Irhall.
Uilseston.cn the first Toesdav In every month.
MAbO.MU. Harmony Lodge No. of Ancent York
Msans. This Lodge meets every Monday evening
stbaifpast7o'eck.atthetr Lodge rorms.- Regular meet-
ings 1st and 3d Moaday la every month.
Members cf other Lodg.s and soouralng brethren are
reroectfully Invited to visit us.
By order of the W.M D. WAKELEE
IV. V.-nALUXOXB timxis it. jacs.
BALLniiKU A JACK. Attobxsvs A Covsssiobs
xr Law filca sottlh stds of 1'ost-olBce street Oal-
ceston. Will attend to any business In the Federal Courts
of Texas the Supreme Court at Galveston and U the
oucties of the seventh Judicial District. piyimf
UV18 CAPS BO.WVETS
Flowers Ilucltes :u. .Vc .
Gtorgc iT. i. Jehlal Read
50 Warren and 1 2 O C harnbera Mrrct
Jlnuufncturcrs Jt Wholesale- Sealers
Are now receiving from their agent In Europe and their
own factory a magnificent assortment of tne above goods.
tor which they call the particular atteatl-n of first class
cataioeucs. contalclns fuR description of roods with
prices attacaed sent by mall.
a ew York. Jsnnary In. ItCO. JanlOwst
POTTER 1 CIEECTHERS
DENTISTS Booms Church street (iaalhsHe.) three
doors East of Tremont street. Oarveston Texas.
Bar srarsiTrs : Messrs. 1. 0. Williams .t Co Hon. F.
H. Merriman. E. P. Hunt Eyj Capt. John O: Todd
Wm. M. Sergeant Mather Hughes .SCO. IUv. Daalcl
St. W. OOCHBAXB. ..A O.ZtV2CK
AABOS BAIBAXL. J. TTtAXtraLIrpUS
COOURANE lilltlSALI A: II 01 JO U
(Successors to Emerson Cochrane A Co J
MAXUTACmsXBS A2CD WoOLXSALX DxAUBS IS-
BOOTS MI0E8 AA D LEATIIKH
No. 3 Pxaxi Sr Bostos.
E.V F. AThlAS.AItorjiey as lav lUthma&d.
Texas. Will practice la tho First Jndiclal District
and In the Federal and Soprcme Courts at Galveston.
N. B-Buslneasln any portion of tbe state promptly
mtunded to. aeptfi-wSra
"OS. DBXXIS .JASJ D. WH1TTXX
DESNIS 1 TrHnTE.f
ATTORNSt'S AT' Ll"W-
Ai barton Wharton tountr Texas. '
Will practice In ths counties or the First JiiJIdll Dhttriet
ATTqRNpY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW-
WILL proafttly attend to all bnjcieas'eiAra-ted to hl-
care. Particular attention steen to tha colfccilon of
IAKLI a CUAXBBBtni .. . .C11A1S nUCT.l XABU.
iraco.JftiouiarsCouiUV. Belton lull County.
IlAllLE & CHAMBEKL1S
ATTORNEY3AT LAW ANDDEALERAlN
TVTILL attend to business entrusted to thtmjn the eoun-
I' ties of McLnnan BelL Bosnoe Coryell Erath
Hadltoo. ComaBcne Pak Pinto HdXand FalbL
PiEhtdrariaonNew York. Sew Oilcans Oalvotonor
neuauiu. . . . h
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