Texas State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 44, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 24, 1854 Page: 6 of 8
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TEXAS STATE GAZETTE.
A Romantic Match.
"Wo have just loarjiod of some rotntuuic adventures which toolt
plnco at. CynjJiiruia lyM a fbv days ago . It appears tliat'a very
ibVor fineilooKiilg young gentleman from Philadelphia had qgcssion
' tavWt 6yluiauut oa Oiisuiess during the past winter and while
there-become acrjUiuuted With n young lady Miss 13 somewhat
'.celebrated for liencharnis Mr. S tho Philndelphiatl. was not proor
. anii9t the bright oyc8 of tho Kentucky maiden. Me had never" seen
such if glorious liquid sparkling pair of orbs among the daughter of
the Old Keystone. vlle was ravished intoxicated und finally proposed
.tothb'brigliteyc3.find was acdeptud. With a light heart lie started
"batik for Uie Quaker City to ninko tho necessary arrangements for tbe
cclchraiioiot l)is nuptials the day for which having already been
ajrrocd updri. Tho winter rolled on and Spring and its (lowors came
mraSs did. also the particular day fortho lovers return
caiiie-Jffiot. ; J.n two Unys more
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Iflctropolltmx Hotel Juno lj 1854.
Day Boarders will be charged twenty dollars per month from dnto.
J. T. CLKVEIAND Proprietor.
a ' . .. rr 'Pi.
uiu (iiurriigu wjis to uumu uii. nu
fair oiuMwhs restivb and mortified. With her brjght eyes full olj
'tcarVSlic denounced in sporet the faithlessness of her lover and trctn-
bdd kt the open 'mortification which would'overwhelm her if he-came
VUldt! ' r "4.
. TAl this favorable juncture" and old and discarded lover whom no
niuHibdiiess could divest of hope or lessen tbe forVeltuy of his first
afiuction presented liimsdlf. Ho renewed his suit. Ue spoke" of Ins
undying love; the holy happiness of the wedded state ; of tujottnge
iorne Where in tho debp bo3om of nu umbrageous grove- with the
honey-suckle and the jasmin creeping over tho w.mlows and along tin
Jatticed porch. The trembling fair one was charmed at the picture.
Xibvo aildrVcoltage tho quintessence of humble bliss in the estima-
tion bfia 'gTrf'olH'i sweet si xteon." She blushed mud smiled but yet
lUsitated The lover was in exstacies at the favorable symptoms.
"Withifenew&d ardor4hourged hissuit. He was prolific in' tears and
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ARRIVALS AT THE METROPOLITAN HOTEL
FOR THE tVEKlC KIVnjtNO 'UIVIISOAY JUKK 22 1854.
i. T. OliKVKI.AND Prop r t cto'r.
It A niitlierronl llastrop; W IV Stamford New Orleans; K A EaHeyJ Williamson County; X
n Saandc PralrloLea) n II Davidson Kentucky: 0 A Wodridge Cltyf J M rtlackwcll
"y' S AIrpifn.s' Ci.'y; a M fl"leplc Bastrop: n Payne Wathlngton; S.Ttlrldge: New
X5JP0' " oclIett Son nallns County; It KKaslcr- Texas; Ahstln V. Merrill Lockhart;
Wlllli Faucott Hays county Texas; George II. Davit Independence fCiaLiWllllnm S Harney
USA; W 0 Itolilnion. Angujta George; N II ItarrUnn 5lilMlppirfOTi JlSnn City; ItWat-
jon Travis County; T J Ferryman Cibolo; A J Kqrklo AlabamSTVI V Bibber tSbrcvcport
LoulMana; J Olleall Fqdo; J.Wrtrandon Georgetown; 0 0 Wilt North' Qarollnn: J J
nuchman CItv; .T 8 StandeferTlTravIs County; N GllreAtbt(a'; ItWdtson; D;0 Campbell
.t?wi. .. i. iii.vuuijiuiir fairing?. JLJtt
WA;Nri:2li-rnnrrol WuskcotGrni Send tor which a liberal prlco
Will be palil by 44itf OKO HANCOCK.
GUNS AND PIST)
G. B. GTLMORE - "
O FOIt TBir. -WOODS! One of ther snliRcrlbcrs will Icavo.Austm about tbe In.t
Julr. fdr the Cook Land District. Any one holding Land Certificate nnrt im n-i.i. ..
located on good land would do well to- place Iheirf fti-our bauds. We will Kiiarantec (food ..i
tlotis-glve us a call. (43-lm) IjAWKMNCIJ i UltOWNItlOO
Our charges for locating are as follows; for ibeatlng ("UrVcylng- and patenting leneuc and
labor 10 cents ficr acre or one third of the land and the same for any certificate of creator nunti
tlty than 12S0 acres. Tor 1230 0CO GlO 82ft and single labors wo charge 12 cents per arre or
half the land at the option of tho owner of the certificate we pay nil cxponccs. Patents de-
livered upon payment of our fee. (lU-Cm)
Autln .June 10 ISM. IiAWItKNCH & DKOWNltiUO
XEr 'I'be hlglicst cash price paid for alt classes of Texas Debt ntidlicd or not audited
Austin June 10 1951. (43-0m) TiAWItKNOK Jt DUOWNlilGG
rpilE IjADIKS will please no
x. na UUL.UUWK purciiasc
mortar I'ecan street.
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v.i.njiruHT iivcniic jviiNiin AVXtiH1iico(IoorsaloeeitL.Z. Carrln(ton' Store)
OTAS commenced tho manufacture of hh celebrated (Increare Tnijto'ltlfles which lias be-
UL comoso famous throUKhout the est and South particularly Ml-sfaslppl TuWnim and
"r " "i '''''" " ' ' l " "" . i'0880810 Kfcn' nilvantage over evcrytfthcr rifle that Is
.:' """ ' . "t - m.imimwu -i uut nuiiiircu ynriis Wlin n murh nornrnnv n ilw nrrllnnrv
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rlflt frtl nr tnn llalTl.l linttngalnn n(lin ...!... t. .a
ir- Vii V.-. A. . ii t"" V i ""'Kcs m mo construction or Its parts.
J. Si i!C lan' y ? 1ttn'1 FonJ nwwtment of the following articles to wit : Gun-bar-Jhi
nll.n.ii?'CU? i? 'Ckf' Tr1IeKer1:Stoclc. Owniansllver Steel and Drass mountings
rtm-lB. n np iTf ' ?;1 1rftf3.ItP?If wli ovcrythlnc used by gun makers. Also a good ni'
SJlTrul J c't' cyclralcd nlMnt of a I str.es belt and pocket Pistols powder fiaks and horns
enp primers shot 'charecrs. bullet moulds tnhoa nmi i ni .i J Li . i i. ...'
3 tIIILl lUUMIUiHl"" UUIL "1
percussion Caps together with a good Assortment of all other kinds.
mite iiiirimuuir fiiiuuiion.
All orders for RIIIcs will
N. II. Onns and 1'lstols of all kinds repaired In the neatest manner and shortest notice war-
ranted to stand. Lnmilrc for Gllmorc'a Gun Manufactory
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n (e tif ivffA ItrM-'it tslwill(-i? n m 1
promises anu irimjneuuwumiujju tvn(a icw n wcjf ounic
Iho thing Whs doAdTUe Philadelphia gallant was given up. He
..h .iri.ymr1 In in&A?''nnil deserved no" considratioh. H.er faith
V UO i.1 c. lL4Vl.l4kV "
i J. . I . .1 !.. hh lm ml 4V m I n -r M ! n it
VUS' nllfflttOU tO anOltier UUU till? wiuo "y u.cu iui nio umuiu-c
-whteh wa&todiave wituesseu nor union wiuiivir. o.
'v4But 'the cud was not yet. During the same day a third lover pre-
semei! Himself and declared his passion. The fair maden frankly told
himbhe" had just engaged herself to another and invited him to the
. aveduihg as a guest instead of a groom. On the same evening (Sun-daWMf---:-'arnveti
from Philadelphia. He was not long in finding
out lidw mattery stood and was aghast at the intoligenco that Miss
B- ''-Vwas t'obe?married to Another instead of himslf on the following
X'ueedayv Etncetook his way to ber house and had an interview
VitIi'tUe resultfe-Which he Seemod particularly well 'pleased. He
then stepped'intcftho principal livery stable intho place and asked to
hire 'the very best carriage and horses to go to Maysville. Tbe pro-
prietor informed him that it would be Impossible to uccommodate him
. That he was' to be married on the following Tuesday and would have
tisgJbr rill bis'curriages to go on a little bridal tour which he purposed.
' M.ayIask. to whom!" said Mr. S with some misgivings.
" was the reply. Mr. S preserved his temper
.anu'simnly remarked that if.yps highly important that he should be a
MaysviJIo at the earliest possibla moment and thai he was prepared
to givfc'jtny roaspnabi.etprjuQ for a carroge. The liberality of this in-
direct oiler liada seusfble efTect'on tho proprietor. He got out his
bust itackand pair aud .charged the young stranger the sum $30 for
tho tnn. . Ill a verv short time afterwards Miss B found herself
SiUinn- bedide the ypuug Philadelph'ian in tlie above mentioned car-riageJ(andging-towards
Maysville at the ratevof about ten miles an
hour 1 lJ-J" s"
It was soou noised through' the town-that Miss B had run a Way
W.ithiier Philadelphia lover; "Her guardian who was opposed 10 the
.match at once mounted a fleet horse and started in hot pursuit. About
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'liaiti'Way.JtO.may9VUie ne ovuriuuii iu luiiivea mm uhciujjiuu iu
a'izeVUic'y.oung lodyv Tho young Philadelpjiian waived him off and
bpotte in this 'wise ; tiSir youvcan't have her; and you must now do
One .of these jbree things yofi-muat go back and leave us to pursue
pur journey or you must kill me or I'M kill you. Thjs talk brought
guardy up standing it was entirety unexpecieu
Aud not wishing
' 7o kill atitJ particularly not to be killed ho accepted the first proposi-
' vonturued tail and took the back track. The lovers pursued their
'VfVf 'to Maysville crossed over to Aberdeen were married drove
ilack'to' dvnthiana. andtiut up'at the principal hotel.
"'A crowd at once surrounded tho house and threatened vengeance
on 'the Philadelphian for carrying away the prettiest girl in the town
and who was the promised wife of an esteemed citizen. The young
man''Uottifng'dauntedf placed his wjfe in safety in ber .chamber and
jVlion-cmne'Eoldly down to the steps- of tho hotel aud began to address
uherniojbj I&qitr photiographjo notes are cprrecf. his speech was ex-
jlyjjn tl)ese Words - " Gentlemen : You ought not lo b'ame me
riori'v!liatHl.Ji!ivedono. Most of you would have-done the same thing
had yctr been iiumy piece Instead of threats and reproaches yon
oigiMorirerVine a. complimentary supper. Still if you are not satis
fied 1 am ready to gjvo you atismcuon. twill ngtit youaij one at
A time; .and if .that don't do I'm ready to put you all througlhat once
uuieiitclean out the balance of the town."
Tlii'siow of chivalry was too ntuch fot a Kentucky audience.
The sympathy of the crowd at once changod sides. They gave
hi in. three .deafening cheers and then ru&hed in and congratulated
hTm with all tho heartiness of tho Kentucky character The landlord
tfTs"ordered4Q bring out his best Bourbon and plenty of it aiuithe
.-urqwdwuji great gpou wUandsmoerlty gaveauduranlcto the happy
groom the noble sentiment- " None but the brave deserve the fair'
OtMWJWt'ni'J '! to the Jail of Lavaca counlv on the 17th Inst a smnll blnrk tinrrn mnn
about 85 or 40 years old an AFRICAN we I known as t '" Wlhl Wo nan of Urn nTv?'
dnd supposed to belong to lleckfprd late of Virginia. The owner .requested to come forward
prove property pay cimrges ami tak-e her awav
rccts. May 18 1854. 44-tw
uwcrwiso lie win no dealt with as tho law ill
JOHN MolIENIlY Sh'ff L. C.
itlce that uc have Just received seven original pack-aces of V nr
d from first hands and WAltrtANTED aHNUINK. Pi of th
June 10 1853. 42k llAKKK & SMVTII.
AtVKliNOi; A: BROWSitlGfi ATToasKvs atIjUV and Gr.vnui. Aofntbu-ih
A practice In all the Courts of the Sixth Judicial District. In the Supreme Court nmi f. i...
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reucrai uouns ai ausiiii nnu ubivcsioii. iney win pay particular attention to (lie locatln
and patenting of land payment of taxes and to tho examination of titles to land etc. All hus
ncss placed In their hands will be promptly attended to and all money collected piiiirtiinlly pa'
over. j'-'y 3) Juno IT 1854.
n"5vU. .T. M. IIOIHA'K I.ateof Loolsvllle Kentucky tenders his professional ser Ices
XLJ" to tne cilitens or Austin anu vicinity umco on v;ongiess Avenue tnree doors below Town-
JHH'J'SI .T. .T.ArronNEr at Law Austin Texas.
) Juno 17 1RW. 49.F
OlUcc on Congress Avenue.
TIIH benevolent citizens of Tcxns are hereby notified that XI. I WILSON who was formerly
an agent for the Texas Orphan Asylum tuts been suspended from the sameond Is not now
aumori7eci to solicit suoscriptions or couccc notes or in any wise to act as agent for said cntcr-
ty oruer oi a resolution oi tne uoaru ot Trustees oi June uu itw-i at uimppcll Hill.
TI103. B. WHITi: Scc'y.
Jt'X'ICj;iDUIVJ:Ef on the 20th Inst. a negro man 24-or 25 years old C feet hlih
. i uiiu uiii.i. uuiia iiiiusuii x.ii.
ami taice mm away. April 22 :
II. The owner is requested to prove property pay charred
1851. 42k Address SergH JOHN HOUSSIKUX
Co " I " 2d Dragoons Foi t Delknap Texas.
Itn WVHTS. Stolen from tbp anliaxrllin. ni ni n i. .....
k -. a - - i" - - - .- 'mi.jlii id ii' ti iiiinin iii ri-K . :i fin 1 1 iimn.i
JW dHJC HOI SI 0 years old Iron grey color rather Innr 1pi. nnilnrlln hn nn i."
resting. On tbe left shoulder he Is branded with tho following mo-i-
Also a KOAN HOUSE 8 years old branded on the shoulder with t!ie: following brand N"
on the left hip J J. The above reward will be paid for tho ilellvcrvorThTonM i.... .. .... ...
it -v "-v. Ul... u.Fiava Hi (IM iil
T. P. V. WEDEKINE.
Onion Creek near Austin.
a lAJRUIAG-TJ SPB5INGS Sole and Harness Leather for saloby
sl I Juno 22d 1S54. ' "
S. JI. SWENSON
dX SnToTfc'8 art K1'51""!" Tools ofvarlous kinds for sale bv
v-y June 2d 18ai. S. M.SWEN;
H'jrAmS AJiD SIDES BACON.
JU-JbL sale by
irm03 i"BSe1 Hara9' C huls- bdcon sIe9' for
pUno 22d 1851. 44:tf.
S. Jf. S WESSON.
OIWKEM.-A fresh supply of tWIlonnet. nnd Cl.IIdern-a Hats received and for sale
ja-w "y June Hi 1854 44!tr. g. JI. SWENSON.
mrO'X'HCJE Is hereby given that I hold a Hen upon a certain lot and premises Ritimtr.1
XSi In the town of Waco Village McLennan county tho property of Francis M. Harr s con-
sisllng of seventeen acres and a half of land taken from a survey made for John Morrow ind
by John Morrow conveyed to Thomas H. llarron by Barron and wife to Wm. O. Walker nmi hv
Walker and wife to Francis M. Harris which last mentioned conveyance is now of record in
pages 309 audJHO of book II. McLennan coun ty records. Said preimses are now the bomeste-i 1
or said Harris and all persons are hereby notified not to trade for the same as I will enforce
my Hen against the said premises in whoever hands I nuiy find them.
Cameron June 1st 1S54. 44:tf. j p BOWI I'S
OSTT. Land certificate for one-third of a leauua of land. Issimd in- m iw..i p i.i
Bui commissioners of Harris county Texas to Mastlvo Strouse No. 40 dated 11th of March
1889. If not found within the. time prescribed by law we as assignees will apply as the Hw
directs for a duplicate of the same
Austin June 10th 1S54. 44:Qnr.
JAMES YOUNO Jt DAUNEIJAS PEUKINS.
By Attorney Jasies Shith.
boiibot a. nuTiiKitvonn. nnNnv o. mnu- .
UTHMltl-OllBJ A: COOK. Attorneys und Counsellors at Law and General
Land AaenU Austin. Texas. Attention civen to tbn cnllcRtion of minima nn.in.i
Government aud Individuals. They will also act as General Land Agents and Attorneys for
the heirs of soldiers and others who are entitled to lands under the laws of tho lato Ilepubllc of
Texas. They will also attend to the buying and selling of Lands the procuring of Patents
the examination and perfecting of Titles Ac aud to the transaction of business with the dlfl
ferent Departments of State. Austin June 23 1854. 44-ly
AiT IMPROVED FARM
F 0 It S A L E .
T being the Intention of the undersigned to leave for tho Eastern States during this Fall he
proposes to sell his tract of land containing 1111 aci'iiN. Ivlmr-ln the Mmni.i nt m
nnd near Manchack Springs on tho waters of Onion Creek and Immediately on the road from
Austin and Sun Antonio and within 14 miles of the former place and In a section of country
that cannot be surpassed by any in tho Interior In point of soil beauty or health.
The Improvements on this place consist of a frame house with two medium sized rooms with
a piazza In front kitchen Ac; the yard being neatly enclosed with a post nnd rail
ience ; mere is also a wen in me yaru or as line water as can he found In the State ; besides
there Is a never-falling spring oil one end of the land and a running stream within flftyy.trds
of the door. With this there Js 30 acres off ivull broku laml under a good fence to
which there can be added 50 or CO acres.moro pf first rate prairie land Immediately iu front of
tho house. 1 suppose there Is as much as 4 or 500 acres of first rate poast oak timber on this
tract auording a sufficiency of timber for all purposes and a sufficient quantity of good land on
tho tract to mako two farms and fronts on a prairie o f 30 miles In extent affording n goud stock
Jf this tract of land Is not sold before tho 2d day of October next I will on that day (on tho
premises) offer It at public sale to the highest bidder without reserve and would therefore say
to those hunting homes that they might Und it to their advantage to call and examine this place
before purchasing elsewhere.
I have ma'do Mr. NutliluM. Gatlan (who lives adjoining the land) my agent during my absence
who will show the land to any person who may'wUU to view It. Mr. Purses O.ilhoun of Austin
can describe the land to any person who may call ou him Any further information concerning
the land can be given by addressing the undersigned at Austin.
l'ermHr-80 50 jor Acre one-third down and the balance In 12 months from day of
sale with a Hen on the land to secure tho payment. Uncollect day of sale 2d or October. It is
probable that there will be between 50 and 75 head of Spanish Marcs offered for sale at the same
time. The title to this land U Indisputable It being a dower right. .
Galveston News please copy till day of sale and send account to this office for collection.
Austin Juno 21 1851. 44:ts. . U. W.
LOST. My hcadrlght certificate No. 2S0 for one league and labor Issued in Jaspr county
date not recollected. Also my discharge for services tendered the late Ilepubllc of Te.vis
as a volunteer at the storming of llexar In IS) signed by Capt. Landman mid coiintersfnneil
by Col. E. Ilurlesou. If not found within the time prescribed by law l Bhall applv for dupll-
cates of the same. June 17 1654. 42 S. THOMPSON.
THE young ladles of the Austin Collegiate Female Institute will be examined on the 20th
nnd 80th days of June. The patrons of the School and nil friends of Litcratuie are re-
spectfully Invited to attend. June 17 1854.
Jgsgj Foancy ffsS. jgT
ON tho 27th of May last a black Indian Poney strayed from Austin; he lias a reached m.irio'
short tall no white spots except on the fetlocks of his hind feet. He is branded with tin-
letters "JO" on Ills left hip and had a stake rope and bell on when bo left. He was last seen
near. "Walnut creek at tho bid Fort. Any person delivering him nt this ofilcc will be compeu-
sated for his trouble. 42 June 17 1S51.
rniAKE NO'lL'ICE. All those indebted by note or account to the late firm of Spenct-
Ji. & Freeman can find their notes or accounts at the state of Thomas Freeman until tho 15th
July. If not paid at that date they will be placed In the hands of an officer for collection.
S. & F will be compelled to take this course to meet obligations comlug due. A receipt fiom ei-
ther the undcisigned will be good. . JOHN S. Sl'ENOl)
Austin June 17 1S54. 42:3w TIIOS. FUBKIIAn!
Safle of" TdJWiii BjoIS.
ON the 17th day of June Instant I will offer at public sale Town Lots in the town or Gates-
ville it being the county seat of Coryell county State of Texas and also on tho2fstdayof
August next and every three months thereafter from that date. Lots in said town will be-sold
at privato sale at any time; a credit of five and ten months will be given fiom day of sale bv
the purchaser giving bond with approved security. I also have over ten thousand acres o'f
land for'salo In the vicinity of GatesUnc. June 171851. 42:3m U. G. GItANT.
WT-ABjTTABIjE PROPI3BT1 JL'Olfc SAIjE. Ten acres of land opposite tho Cot-
V tage in a high state of cultivation; has on it slnubbery nnd a great variety of fiuit ttec
grapes &cw..Ouc 7 acre lot on the East sido of tho Cottage with a cabin and a rood sprinjr oil
it. 2 City lots. No. 3 and 4 in block N6.53. 100 acres of land some three miles above Austin on
the west sido of tho river opposite the mill ; some 80 acers of the best cedar In the country on
It. A NEGHO MAN wJio is a good field hand and WOMAN that Is a good cook washer anil
ironer and dairymaid! All of the above will be sold on accommodating tetms. For further
pm tlculars apply to the undersigned. (June 10 1S54. 42r) J. HAUUELL Agent.
ELuisacI WsiBBtciul at 8 per Aeve
ANY peison wishing to sell 200 acres or thereabouts of good Und lyttig on a river or creek
with sufficient timber to fence 50 jctes and situated within forty miles of this cltv c-in find'
a purchaser by addressing W. G. C Austin stating locality &c. 42:lw June 10 l-Vl
rrrWHEEE VAN lUECES for sale by
3 Austin. June 10. 1S51. ' 4
JL Austin June 10 1S51
S. M. SWENSON.
LOTS Nos. 11 and 12 (n block No. 45 well improved ; Lot 8 In block 13S In Austin. Al-
so one hundred acres of irood cedar land. Ivlntr nhmit. ii mllna nimvn Ai.in m '
half cash the other half on time for further Information apply to . "
Austin june v xoo-t. -izv
JAMES W. SMITH Agcntt Austin.
jmieB BBakcr. JB. BB.
TST PUBLISHED a new scrie? of Sermons by the above In one volume embellished -with
portrait Pilce One Dollar. Any one wishing a copy will please apply Immedi itely at '
me 0 1S5-1. ' 42k It. M. JOHNSON'S.
ble twelve months after Its da
(Wharton .May 2 1654. 42f'
'ICE. AH persons are cautioned against trading for a note made by the subscriber
favor of J. T. Cleveland for two hundred and fifty dollars bearlntrdato Mnmii is ir.m'
able twelve months after Its date. The consideration for whtnii mti iwf ... t.'. i
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H'; ' To Daughter. of 4ho Regiment.
' wlSQt When. few or none- here at least .hat) ever heard of the
'Daughter io tho Regiment" as pantomimed acted or suirg' on the
'itakeorJ pbrhnp even before it was conceived by the prolific Scribe
'it.s main uvoiit bad a parallel in one of our own galleut crops of ci'izeil
Vbldiera.. Jh that year the -Rifles under Qapt. Jarris Crawford vo-
lunteered for tho Creek campaign and in its progress did good and
oyal .service. Shortly after their return borne one of their lieutenants
-fttprrisj Wheeler died very suddenly leaving .nothing behiudjiui
Jiiisjgopd- namp hii bon. comrades and one sweet'dAUghter
iV.fiqr burytngtludr brother eoldier the company by one loud he-
cjjutn adopted t.h'uJiule orphan; and tenderly indeed" did these rough
46Tdgrs!regard tlielc gently cliarge Jjjvery gift ihnt kindness culture
'and eliScatiaupourddeyplopoar bestow gruced the "sqidiors1 daughter
as she ad vanced' towards matnri'y -the pet of her preceptreFt? the or-
iiameiH of her clttgs ntd tne pride of thcggallaut lVttles. In duo time
tliejjweuy do i becumo. tbe hpuored bride of Mr. AsaiSift of Key
WuStufuiid tliuFthe reeponsibiUt'ies of tho soldier boys ceased though
jiptfjhir afTeotiohute nolicitude. J ''.
'it iQtteu jiaye 1 eaeh soma' of tho wild spirit of the' corps vyhiXeYn
Acamp carried away.lmost to maniac mirUi. yet atthe name or 'hint
theirgentlo chargo the excitSti mind offithe roiijjli soldier become
vmojrej6iiiuieuty caim smotuy.hKtl viion:oil isponredion the wild
wo r tlty
WSW '?&: Qf tJtfWM-lt?1KS.Jiir hyd.ra-Ue9UsU parent
mM tmateiolcHesavlted ljetfrfiiy narofi antl within four df'fiv'e
'ftTfflU&IKVfcliJJrHiil "& We6t RrMlad?4ai)diiVora JTbrialllTtuf
BV TUB GOVEKSOIl OF THK BTATB OF TEXAS.
IIRBEASt JESSE 0. IIUSSELL is charged with having committed murder upon the
body of William L. Harper In the county of Hopkins of this State on the 15th day of
May lbot ; and whereas it lias ucen maue Known to me tnat tne said Jiusseu lias lied from
Now therefore bo it known) that I E. M. PEASE Governor of said State by virtue of the
authority vested In me by law do hereby ofTor a reward of three hundred dollars for the ap-
prehension nnd delivery of said llussell to the Sheriff of HopUI is county In order that he may
be dealt with according to law.
in testimony wnereoi i nave nereunio set my nana anu caused the great
seal of tho State td be affixed. Done at the city of Austin this tho 16th day
of June A.. 1854 and of tlie Independence of Texas the 10th year.
. E. M. PEASE.
Dy the Clovomor:
Edwaiw Clauk v . - t
Secretary ot State. '
Said Kussell Is aliont 85 years of age" about five feet ten Inches high black eyes and black
curley hair quick spoken and will weigh ubout 1C5 or 1T5 pounds.
Austin June 24th ISM. '44:iw. . Al
pv the coyKnsoa of tub statu of texas
WnCIUlAS JUSTU3 ODU.M Is charged with having committed murder upon the'
body of Peter Sawer In tho county of Harris of this State on the 8th day of May
um ; anu wnercas h nus ueeii umuu nuunu iuiiiv nmi mu nam Justus uuuin jms ueu irora
Now therefore bo It known that I H. M. PEASE Governor of said State by virtue of the
authority vested lp ineby law do hcrttyy offer a reward of two hundred and fifty dollars for the
tipprehenslon and delivery of said Odum to the Sue! Iff of Harris county In order that he may
be deult with according to law. . - .
jjiyyi. in testimony wncreoj i navo Hereunto set my imnd and caused the great
' rcai ui mo ouivu w i muhii wmif nt nm ciiy oi Austin mis ine jioiii nay
of June 1S54 autl cl : .bpIndepetids:nco of Tesaa the lQthvear.
': T s ' V- s K. M. PEASE.
Ing failed It will not bo paid.
MO'A'JUIS. Tlic co-partnership heretofore existing between .1. W. Lawrence and Hii"h
Nelson as General Land Agents fs this day dissolved. LAWltENCE & KELSON "
N. II. J. W. Lawrence Is alone nuthoilsed to settle the business; all persons having claims
against the firm will please present them and all thoso Indebted will please pay up
June 10-1854. 42f J. W LAWltENCE.
-rJ.SE FAR-PAMEBJ MEBDflCaNE !
TIIGSr. Pills Loinp romposri. entirely of m6tlical herbs are ofan mn;t' harm-
less nnttim. whilo tho extiuoidinury virtues thoy (kmsoss Iihvo rondoreil thorn
univeMally popular in nearly every )mrt of tho world. The iinmonsn riicco.4 ihey
havo mot with lhroii!;liom tho Stales is mosi oxtmoidiiiury owing it is presumed
to thoir wonderful efficacy in tho cum of Billiqthcompluints arufdisorder of tluJ
Liver and Stomnch. I'orsonq who persovero inusng them in nccotdanco with
tho tlirections seldom foil in being restored in health.
WEAKNESS AND DEBILITTY RESTORATION TO HEALTH OF A
GENTLEMAN AGED 45 WHEN AT DEATH'S DOOU.
Copy of a Letter from the Rev. Charles Smith"ndaled North St.' Phillips war
Bath Somersetshire nth jiugust 18S3. '
To Professor Hollowny Sm: n Mr. Joseph Puxton. formnrly a rosidupt of Ihis
place hnd been in a declines heallh for upwnrdo of three yeur-i grnduully wast-
ing nwny ton shadow by nightly po'rspirntioh nnd wnt of nppmito which enmed
groni uneasiness to ins ineniK us ne na! cnnmiiiuu vnrioin medical mon in Bnth.
without eflt-ct. Ho nt hist used your Pills and under Providenco wn restored to
health by their pienns. He lntely emisntled loNcw York and line written to sny.
Unit ho Was never better in health und desired mo to acquaint you witlnh&oircM'n'-
stance. I- ought also to mention tlmt my wifo hnd derived gieut benefit from tho
use of your Pills I remain sir yours rospoctfully.
CHARLES SMITH Dissenting Minister.
A PERMANENT CURE OF A DISEASED LIVER OF MANY YEARS
v ' DURATION.
Copy of a Lclltr from Mr. Gamis. Chemist Yeoval to Professor Hullowaij.
.....I 11 jll3.ii. x nnti
" " i -i - j ...u...v... ...u iu.iwi. 1113 win. n miiy in hub town
with wiiorn 1 11m persojituiy acquainted lor years was u sovoro nulTerer from dis-
ensoof the Liver und digestive ornn ; her medical attendant nssurud her tlmt ht
could do nothing to telievo her sutTorings nnd it wus not likely sho could stir vivo
mnnv monihs. This unnoiiticemeni nutunilly cuusod great ithirm umoii" her frinn.u
:: In this distiint your Pills nommund n more extensive sulo tluiti uny
nury itiedicinti lieforo tho public. As a proof of their efficacy of Liver
complnints I tniiy mention tho fpllowiug case: A lndy in this town
- XI iJW-jTJUN1
is.r ?i.u srs
anu roiiiiions una tuey inauceti nor 10 m.io a trial ol your I'ills which so improv-
ed her goroiul health that sho was induced to continue them until shu icuoived it
.in.rifll .lr.. I llld 13 ...'..If... m.lt.llia .mn nn.l nl.. l. .
l"""1 v-."- -...r .. .-. s um B11U una Jim itperiencnti any symp-
toms of relapse und often declared that your I'ills havo beeiuUio means. ni1 u'.uii
U.v the Governor :
Secretary of State.
Austin June 21th 1B5l.
ui'ipia 5. lovely fightt vuau )cftJViCu!.MPSlt ' it.was a
i fr XFa' dninoBilo hrtpRltiosshmlsepriro wd flip pepiug
IO' TUB tiOVEHXOll 0!" TUB pTATK Or TKXAB.
HEKICAS WlIiLIAJI VOItHEST Ucliargcil with having committed murder upon
11 n lioilv of James II. Holt. In tbe county bf YlitiliIne-ton of tbls State on the 2ttli
day of May 1601 and whereas It bus been made known to mo that the mild Forrest has lied
froraJustlce; .. . ' -
Kow therefore bo JC icpown iua.i i c. tu y$wi. ujvernor.or said Slate uy virtue or tuo
autborlty vested In me by law do Jicrehy offer a reward of three hundred dollars for the appre-
hension and delivery of trotd Forrest to tbe c'liQrIT of Washington county Iu order that lie may
he d?ult with atcordliiK o law.
I remain dear sir. voum irnk
(Signed) J. GAMIS.
CELEBRATED PILLS ARE WONDERFULLY EFFICACIOUS
IN THE FOLLOWING CO.MPLAlNTSr
In testimony whereof; I luiyo hereunto set inv band and caused the ureat
seal of tho Btato to be ufllyul. Ugne it t.lie city of Austin tbls tle lUtb i'ay
of June A. 1). ISM and gf tbe Independence of the United Btittes the TStlt
and of Twin Jbe Jli(b year s
IIv.iIim flni'ornnr . . W "
liDWAIUI CUltK '
Said JL'opett U alxjut fiVQiffiet elgt or niugHncUcs liIgliKSfcS
GUIIll'lCAluii b'-J i;v. 1.....Jv.u.k...i...
Austin Juno 21th 1651. -H.Jw. ' u"
br genteejt appearance light
. r '
BilMous Compl'ts Eiysipelus
clinches on iho Foinilti'Irregu
Rowel Compluints Fevers of nil.
Constipation of Fits
the bowels Gout
Ketentioi) of Urino.
Scrofula or ICing'n
Stono a'ld itnvol
Vot;n; of u(l ktndd
ntuu.il uiu uiBtai)ii9iniifiiitor 1(K. nnrjnw.iv. . u.....i
(near lernplo Bur) London a id nlsj. at his House in Now York Order for
MetlicwoA in iho faiutes uddre9ed T. HOLLO W.1Y. Veto Tor:." will
leceivo due ttttoniio... Sohl also by all respectable- Druggists and Doaltus in
Medicine throughout tho United States in Botos m Ti cent-. 8T cents nrl
816 0 coiiu ouch. To bo had Wliyosale.of tho principal D(ug Houses iu the
W J1rnii n'CWf'iJprjjjlo saving by taking tji? largqr s!zfts.
. Directions jUr the guda!ico of patients iu every disc
ordor nrn ntTixcd to
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Scurry, William R. & Marshall, John. Texas State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 44, Ed. 1, Saturday, June 24, 1854, newspaper, June 24, 1854; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth81140/m1/6/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.