State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 46, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 4, 1857 Page: 3 of 4
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TEXAS STATE GAZETTE.
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aaBUBAt tAWt T Atfownwl twatton
imilUWIrf Winter teeelo 50 eaota-wtm postage
WOm IAWB t AAjoaraed iiiIib tlM -wUk pes-
awUS. JOBS HABSHAlLeOO.
with advantage. One of that erowd would
not hare endorsed hi views th "fervency
and seal" fcr be certainly did belabor him
matt nnmarcifnlly. The Judge was fre
quently interrupted by bursts of laughter
. 1 ! . f .... ntt rtVW.l TTin ! aha
ana appwiWB "v" vu"u- "mwc
of the beat rallying speeches yet made dur-
ing the canvass. After he concluded the
Hon. Rank M. White was introduced to
the Association and was received with enthusiasm.
and job pRiirno.
Wetbae oar friend tar uxii kind brort end f
lafcra a-i that we erenow printing with dtUJeal new
xA et jam aSKM-tmaou ef type aad eery eaiar. We do
ear woi a at la lowest ram. Tryuj.
ItPESieB BOOK. BIXBISC
We oav executed teate beats ttful work later. We tnrtte
er bieode to tend aa their orders by mail. In every
laetacce oar work atase) to rjre entire latiataclion. Our
prioee are very lev.
CtBggg i g?- - - 'I J
k. gy We are authorised to anrwunec Stephen
Caosjrv a a eandidato ftr re-eiection to tbe of-
fice of Commissioner of tb General Land Office
at do ensuing August Election
f We are authorized to announce Dr. J. R
SIMMS. M the Democratic candidate to repr. ent
raeeeiumes oi Burnett ana w Uiiamaon in the Dext
iy We are authorized to armour?. A. BELL
BURLESON a the Democratic candidate for
Representative in the State Legislature of the
District composed of tbe evuntie of Bell Mc
Lessen Bosque Erath Coryell Comanche and
BT" We are authorized to annonnee JOHN A
GREEN as a candidate for Judge of the Second
Judicial Dittrist composed of the Counties ot
Bastrop Travis Caldwell Hays and Guadalupe.
Electioa La August.
THE following gentlemen are our authorized
Agents to eollect aad receipt for all monies due
ns for Printing Subscription. Advertising etc.
Wm. D. Pattoh Cletk. Austin
TaVM. J. JOMXSOX. Cherokee Co.
Jon Maaoy Etq 6an Antonio. Bexar Co
JOHN 8. JOHSSON
J. B. Harmr
Joan t. Ssck wood.
Bautrop Bastrop Co.
Anderson Grimes Co.
Onterville Leon Co.
Galveston. Galveston Co.
."ON I3SIE. SO. 2.
In a previous article under the head of
" The Houston Issue" we endeavored to
show tLat the paity arrayed against the
South and the National Democracy was no
longer cwaypd and governed by " tcrnpora-
ra! interests" but by an " abstract principle."
The great National Democratic party ad-
vocates r.o principle that is not to be found
in the Federal Constitution ; and is uncom-
promisingly opposed to the Government be-
ing conducted in conformity with principles
having no existence in that instrument.
Tbe members of Congress take a solemn
path to support the Constitution and pro
mote the best interests of the nation. How
contrary to this oath how contrary to the
laws of common sense and the duty they
owe the country is the observance of any
rule of conduct by members of Congress
by which they are conitrained to respect the
unconstitutional arts of their predecessors.
It is a matter of just pride with the South
that this ridiculous federal notion la here
treated with derision and contempt ; and it
we understand and know our people this
fore they will submit to the unconsti.ution- ternity confined themselves to a mere pre
H. C. SMITH SpringGeld Litneitone Co.
ar. j. . ttoBERTaoti Independence
Young Men's Democratic Associa-
tion will meet to-night at the Federal Court
in the Sweasoa building. Appropriate ad-
d reesee wili be delivered before the Associ-
ation. Every body is invited to attend.
Presentation of the Ladies Fiag.
We are authorized to say that the Demo-
cratic Ladiet of the City of Austin will pre
sent a Flag to such County in the State as
shall pel! the kvgest vote in August for all
the nominees of the Democratic State Con-
vention in proportion to the number of
Amoogt other suitable inscriptions the
following will be inscribed upon this Flag :
inj red if not entirely destroyed if we sub-
mit in tbe slighttat degree to the doctrine
of the freeaoilera 8am Houston ia claimed
by the Black Iv publicans aa one of their
leaden. He is looked apen at the North
as a "powerful advocate of the Wilraot Pro-
viso. He has scatained all thei. meat im-
portant measuns by his votee aad hia
speeches. Senator Busk aad the rest of
our representatives in Congress voted for
the South for principle and for the Consti-
tution. Sam Etsssteu feel? indeed "like
one who treads alone." Among Southern
Senators and Southern Bepresentatives be
i'eeis like Judas in the midst of the Apos-
tles or Arnold on the shorea of Virginia.
He is now before the people for Governor.
If elected it his intention to go before the
Legislature as a candidate for re-election to
the United States Senate and it re elected
to tin Senate he will say to the Black Re-
publicans in 1860 : " voted for your free-
' soil measures ; 1 voted aga inst the princv-l-ph$
oftkt South; I returned to my con-
stituency ; took back nothing that I had
"said nor did I repudiate a single vote
"that I had cast; J convinced them that
"you and I were right and that Oiey were
" fools and barbarians and they endorsed
"my conduct. Make me now your noini-
" nee and your party will be crowned with
" success. Texas will join you and the
' i rei"n of Freesoilism will commence and the
"death knell of slavery soon be sounded."
THE " AlfSTI B0Cr3HK!S"T' IN
By this morning's mail we are in receipt
of a circular addressed to " the Democracy
ol the 2nd Judicial District" advocating
the election of Mr. Green to the Judgeship.
We would not deem it necessary to notice
that document at all nothwithstanding the
wonderful array oj names attached to it
had the individuals to whom it owed its pa-
' DEMOCRATS WOBSHIP NO
MAN TBEY PAY THEIR
HOMAGE TO PRINCIPLES
AND TO GOD"
Tha) vieterioas county will receive this
Flag at the State Capt&l through their rep-
resentative in the Legislature on the 8th
day of January nest the anniversary of
the glorious battle of New Orleav a. It will
be presented in person by one of the fair
daughters of Texas to the representatives of
the gallant county which snail nave so no-
bly won it. " J AS. P. NBAL
President of the Young Men's Democratic
Association of Travis.
MThe Democratic press of the State
are reouested to copy the above ana our
Democratic speakers to announce it from
We were not present at the speaking on
Saturday but haTe been kindly furnished
with the following notes from friends :
"On last Saturday evening Mr. Byrdand
Mr. McKinney spoke to the people from
tbe steps of the Hall House. Ti e gentle-
men sustained themselves with ability on
the occasion. Mr. Byrd did justice to him
self as the nominee of the Democratic par-
ty. Mr. McKinney made as favorable aa
impression as any one well could running
under the same circumstances. He still
professes we believe to be independent of
partyneither Whig Democrat or Know
Nothing- He seems to stand ca the Mc-
Kinney platform ; 13 the standard bearer of
the MoKinney party and like Caesar pro
fesses to carrr with his person us lonunes
al acts of a majority u Congress. I hat
there are some few men in our mid-t who
would not scruple to barter :iwy our rights
to subserve their own interests is a lamen-
table truth ; that there are those among us
so base so cowardly end craven-hearted JiS
to surrender up our dearest principles our
character and honor iither than see a dis-
solution of this Union is also true but that
a man of this caste should be selected to
preside over the councils of the State I
cannot and will not believe. Never while
the earth bears a plant or the sea rolls its
waves can Texa? by her own act and deed
consent to desert the gallant banner of the
South to become an object of scorn of with
ering contempt and bitter reproach to her
Southern sisters: and at the bee;: and call
of any man demi-god or devil court the
taaacaota ot Ulack Kepubiicaiism. Are
we in the middle of thj 19th century in
the heart and centre of civilization to pre-
sent the melancholly spectacle to the world
of a brave and chivalrons people almost im-
mediately after winning independence from
the centralizing despotism of Mexico wjo
once saw our companions in aims butcher-
ed our bouses and plantations pillaged and
ij flames our families rendered destitute
rather than submit to a sacrifice of princi-
ple now humbly to bow our necks to the
yoke and under the lead of Sam Houston
surrendering up our dearest constitutional
privileges to the hands of the Black Repub-
licans f Do Texians understand the full
force of Houston's excuse ? Do they know
tnat in acting as their Senator in Congress
Sam Houstou has ovei looked or disregarded
the fact t'n at they are a brave people who
hold their honor to be more sacred than
their temporal interests ? Do they net know
that they have been held up to the view ot
the nation as men who are willing that their
dearest constitutional privileges should be
yielded up to conserve the interests and
appease the wrath of Northern abolition-
istaT Sim Houston has indeed represen-
ted us to be a nation of cowards ? There
is nothing in the history of modern times
nothing in the history of legislation for the
last hundred years that equals or even ap-
proximates in treachery the conduct of this
man in tbe U. S. Senate towards his con-
stituency. It is indeed time for us to re
vert back to the early days of tbe Republic
and endeavor to glean from the conduct of
men who feared not " agitation" who
fought the battles of the revolution and or-
ganized the present Government for rules
of conduct for our present and future guidance.
The celebrated stamp act was passed by
Ail this may "do for one who follows men ! the British Parliament ij 1765 to raise
and prefers to support tuem instead oi po-
litical prineiplcs. To a voter having well
defined ideas of politics of the duties of a
citixen in the emitter of elections and the
ftusteatation of priaciples and party Mr.
31cKinney's position has no allurements.
"Judge J. Lee the candidate for floater
followed in a very appropriate speech. He
and Mr. Byrd will carry Travis county.
"Mr. Woolridge an independent American
candidate for floater also addressed the
sovereigns. He admitted " that he did not
think he could tell the people the difference
between the Democriiie party and the
American party.nor the difference bctweau
the Know Nothing party and the Black
Republican. Upon tbe question. of aation-
al polities he must confess his ignorance
but that ignoraace mast be ascribed to his
want of edaeatioo ctrcamstancea aad other
ccnti'itic. H relied for sucoese upon his
well know atriom ; he came befoiethe
people at the instance and in obedience to
tbe request of many warm friends; he loved
Joe Lee his Democratic opponent indeed
he had a weakness for him. He did not
bslieve ia Gotvrentiona nor did be stand
alone in the belief. It gave him pleasure
10 say that ia the city of San Antonio there
was a max named Paschal whose initials he
cooM not bir reollectthatbe staads square
on tha Datioctatic platform there was an-
other Paeehal of this city whose initials alec-
he eouMI t weasber (a voice from the
crowd aaotaimed '-Jerry Sneak" which
vat aot heard by the speaker) but that he
was a aa avftff'iw own heart a man of
sooad jfjdffiaaent and most excellent sense;
- ... ieiiUrMK for whom he confessed
aas w -spsjsfa
who had bat recently split off
ittoocratic party." . v."f MX-
itr) overcome wito uis lsauup;
hw effort was remaramDic
i of its eloquence and
that tbe body ana
JIM.M confirmed most eon-
. rf : 4 maaai J .
i ii' iir T ' ""
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money for the avowed and express purpose
of defending the American Colonies and to
defray in part the expenses which accrued
to tbe nation in having prosecuted to a suc-
cessful termination the war with France
which resulted in the acquisition of the
Canadas and the great valley of the Miss
issippi. Our ancestors would willingly have
paid any tax for their own defence and sup-
port provided it had been imposed by
Colonial legislation. The stamp act was
the worx of the British Parliament and
submission to it on the part olthe Colo-
nists would have been an acknowledgment
of the principle of taxation witmout repre-
sentation. The indignation of the Colonists
and their plainly expressed determination
to resist the act occasioned its immediate
repeal. Great Britain thought the burthen
would be more palatable if brought forward
in tbe shape of a revenue tax on imports
and in 17t7 passed an act laying a duty on
paints glass paper and tea setting forth in
the bill that the money so raised was for the
administration and defence of the Colonies.
But on thr score of principle this measure
was as obiectionable as the stamp act and
thnurh the mother country struck off the
duties on paints glass endpaper reserving J
alone tbe tax on tea our loreiatners indig
nant! refused obedience to the law and
were determined not to sacrifice principle to
interest. Associatioos were formed sump-
tuary resolutions adopted and the teas of
the East India Company mixed with the
waves. Great Britain resorwd to foice to
carry the law into effect. The Colonists
flew to arms and after a long and gallant
struggle preserved their honor and ichicved
theirfndependence. The originatorsof the
American and Texian Revolutions were ac-
taated entirety by principle ; the coward's
plea "tbe danger of agitation" was un-
known to them and every temporal inter-
est would have been sacrificed before they
would have yielded to powe whicn was
V H !.;. ws mmrned aad illegal. We veutnre to say
OI m j.".- J I- r- . ... i r I (V.JV.U.r
teat no civuizeu pepc "" uc & wov...
advanced in prosperity without steadily and
constantly keeping in view their National
honor. Thtt our own lund this nation of
nations owes its prosperity aad rapid ad-
vancement to aatrict adheranc to principle
in its relations with foreign powers will
hardly be denied. Now it must be re-
collected that the States in regard to their
reserved rights stand to the General Gov-
ernmeot and each other in the relation that
oao foreign State stands to another and
that their prosperity and advancement an-
ew the same laws and depend upon the
maintenance of their principfea and Cob-
stitattopal privileges. The doctrine of non-
ioterveentton on the part or ine owra
Government witn ine suojew tn oibij
i. -- - matt bia AaeooiaUop met
oaaaaible and pertinent
of the Bnaaeratic
RkwaUnat was replete with ooand
'aaalhdfhtW tmptaas of genome De
ft; .allowed by el adge oaeau.
hjaw of IVaaoeracy was ia good
9S ehrtH with much force apoa the
oaattoo tbe duty of cem-
i ta anpaert tbe nominees oi toe par-
a a:. t. . M k aariatt.
aar H wfcm iitvC ip JS T PIWi m wi
Zi-j-e to those whohava dsserfad the
pWp? ? Ifert!2:t
2i-.-a-ria44loaviacajt. A Secret
j.. z . . a - a-a
II 4aBBtt" aW Wt BaWW Utmm
.i . ip.Vno itarrirt. nt cniniiDia asi awe
ine i""'"i t-"T". i eM
gmtCS tae juai anu tusu dtiUc jal bW
(fenh ind of the Natiooa. Beatoenfl
TW nrrwaeritr we honor evea VmWmWMM
sLJ- eK South would be Ifl Bgo put
a aim "" - - B-V a
JrUSbC al BaW VB'
m flat aV K
sentatlon of Mr. G. 'a superior and peculiar
claims and Qualifications for the office. No
such "pent up Utica" seems however to
have satisfied their powers-. The gentlemen
from whom it emauated undoubtedly were
laboring under the impression that much
more than this would be expected of them
and therefore as a self-constituted commit-
tee of censors for "the Democracy of the
2nd Judicial District" they have objected
to the right of the party to select a candi-
date for Judge nave takeu the several
counties to task for presuming without
their permission to send delegates to Lock-
hart to select a candidate in a sweeping
clause deny that the Convention which as-
sembled at Lockhart represented the De-
mocracy of the District and with a wonder-
ful boldness perhaps nece-sary to the step
they have taken demand to know of " the
Democracy of the 2nd Congressional Dis-
trict " "can it be urged that ice are bound
bv the action of a body representing pro
fessedly but three counties in the District
and in truth by a traction ot the Democ-
racy of those three ? " For G uadalupe coun-
ty we reply no gentlemen you are not
buund : no delegate of her'a was sent there to
bind you by his action and no body in
Guadalupe county cares a fig whether ott
feel yourselves bound or not. So you need
not distress yourselves on that point. But
in your assertions in regard to Guadalupe
county you have either been misinformed
or have misrepresented her intentionally in
regard to this Convention ; and it is noth-
ing but iustice to place you and herself
right before the Democracy of "the 2nd
Judicial District." Her Democracy are
obliged to you for the interest you have ta-
ken iu their affairs but would kindly yet
plainly suggest that there might by a bare
possibility be matters at home to which you
could as well attend; aad further that
when they desire advice as to how they
should act or deem it necessary to apply
for a committee of guardianship to guard
their rights they will let you know and per-
haps ask your assistance.
Now Messrs. Editors what are the facts
relative to the Judicial Convention which
nominated Mr. Terrell ? We were there
and profess to know something about the
matter. But before we proceed to answer
this question we will first with your per-
mission correct the statement of the cirou-
lar to " the Democracy of the 2nd Judicial
District" in regard to the primary meeting
in this county which appointed delegates to
that Convention. That meeting it is true
was called to appoint delegates to Waco
bit it was held after the announcement ot
candidates for Judge and Mr. Green was
ia our town on an electioneering visit at
the time it was held. A motion was adopt-
ed by that meeting making the gentlemen
appointed delegates both to Waco and Lock-
hart. The meeting may not have been
" very numerously attended " in the estima-
tion of gentlemen who are in the habit of
attending such large meetings as for in-
stance the one which appointed delegates
frpm Travis to the Lockhart Convention
still but a single precinct in the county was
unrepresented and that precinct has not
yet that we have heard expressed its dis-
approbation of the action of the county del-
egates either at Waco or Lockhart. The
cause o' the appointment of delegates to
the Judicial Convention at Loekhart was
this : A movement had been made and was
on foot to get up a Convention independent
of parties to nominate a candidate to run
Kgaiost any man who might be brought out
in the county of Travis; for the reason
that Travis had always had the important
offices in the District and that even there
they had been and would be confined to a
clique. While the Democracy here object-
ed strongly to all cliques and monopolies
they didn't subscribe to the focus in quo ar-
gument and therefore refused to accede to
the proposition. On the other hand in or-
der to kill off that Convention and do jus-
tice to the party throughout the entire Dis-
trict they aathorized toeir Waco delegates
to attend the Judicial Convention of tbe
party which had been called for by the oth-
er counties at Lockhart. Do Mr. Green's
friends think he could have doae better ia
tbe independent Convention than be did at
Lockhart ? If so then perha this coun-
ty did Mr. Greec injasticeby countenancing
Bat let us see wherein the Lockhart Con-
vention did such great injustice to Mr. G.
The " Circular men " object to the action
of that Convention 4thly. Tbe name ot
Mr. Terrell alonn was presented for nomi-
nation. How did that happen ? Had Mr.
G. no friend in the Lockhart Convention :
Yes and strong friends too. Bat Mr. G.'s
friends were estopped from placing his name
in nomination because Mr. G. had written
a letter to a gentleman in Lockhart refus-
ing to submit hk name to tbe Convention
not because the Convention was wrong
and " a difference of opinion exists with
the party as to the PfJ of making
nominations for Judicial offices" "act
because the popaknts ana" strongly Demo-
rstle conntvot CaldwaUha fto voice in
the Coaventioa" aad? Democracy of
Hays were not eoBaa1rT-aot because
there was aot the aKgMi. danger that a
member of the Amerieau my could be
elected" but beccuae (we qaote from
me-oorvl " he hadu't caavassed the oao-
" . it fft It a a a iHiaAla
presented ia me mwwmwo
Tvn and that Mr. Terrell there-
beat him.'" ThaTams a geatleman
. ntelM eilM.iin 1A
I .'i-nwr-inmi iivw i
told the Convention he had come there to
do so bat would not under the circumstan-
ces; and further that though a strong
friend of Mr. G. he would vote for any one
nominated in opposition to him. These are
the facts relative to Guadalupe county and
the action of the Lockhart Convention.
Now Messrs. Editors who are the 77
men who have put out this circular to the
Demccracy of the 2nd Judicial District?
Are most of them as is conjectured here
avowed Know Nothings and notorious un-
derstrikers for that party ? If so we would
say to them that the Know Nothing party
have out a candidate for the office in this
county a lawyer and gentleman and more-
over one who will show Mr. Green and his
circular men that he (Mr. .) is not the
most prominent man in opposition to Mr.
Terrell. But who? the Democracy of
Guadalupe county wish to know who are
the 77 " circular men " who opposing the
action of a Convention where admit there
were only " three" out of the five counties
in the District were represented who are
they that they should assume to themselves
to dictate to "the Democracy of the 2nd
Judicial District" and demand of them
that " they refuse to obey the fiat of a so-
called Judicial Convention" and accept th?
man that they wish to force npon them ?
What authority have they for thus " forc-
ing upon the party rules for its guidance
either as to men or principles ? " We would
like to know. And fuither who of them
from first to last can show that he was
appointed to do this work of issuing a cir-
cular to " the Democracy of the 2nd Judi-
cial District even " by a county meeting
called for wholly different purposes" " and
not numerously attended at that." To
quote their circular we do really think :
" If a great party whose motto is princi-
ples not men' is to be governed by a few
of its members (to say nothing of Know
Nothings outsidersandunderstrikers) hold-
ing themselves as leaders without consult-
ing the great mass then indeed will De-
mocracy become a mcr name."
Mr. Terrell has nothing to fear from the
influence of these men and their circular
in the good old county of Guadalupe. She
knows her duty too well to he warped by
the prejudices ef others is too true to the
principles of her party to be turned from
their support. She has endorsed in fulf
the nominees of her delegates both at Waco
and at Lockhart and having endorsed them
she awaits only the arrival of the 3rd day
of August to give them her undivided vote.
Houston Crosby & Green will neither of
them find any aid or comfort at her hands
they are not recognized " as of the fold"
and to the faithless she ooncedes nothing
either from friendship favor or affection.
vention. And that they do also express
their firm conviction that consistent with
the established. views and interest of die
people of Texas the South and the Union
8am Houston cannot be made the Governor
of the State nor returned again to the
United States Senate he being an awai
itent Know Nothing of the deepest dye
and having deserted the Democratic ranks
and battled against us in the darkest hoar
of our struggle for the establishment of the
glorious doctrine of non-intirvbwtion
with slavery the last and only hope for the
peace and permanency of the Union.
Hav3 thus nlaoes her handmark on the
the wall and she will give a good Demo-
cratic vote in August. Le eTery Demo.
crat now go to work ! Come boys !
Waco June 27th 1857.
. Tjie poling 0f tjje
Gazette are the politics of my heart.
McLennan will be at her post in the present
contest and whatever Texas may do -the
will not endorse Houston's course on the
wSaMBaVal (Ria "
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JCDICIAJL 11ACI. I HAKS THE DIS-
CUSSION AT SAN J1AUCOS.
Hats Co. June 27th 1857.
Editors StaU Gazette:
A. W. Terrell aud John A. Green ad-
dressed the citizens of this county to-day in
San Marcos. Mr. Terrell announced a de-
termination whieh he made in the begin-
ning of the contest to avoid all discussion
of party politics. He contented himself
with merely avowing his own political prin-
ciplesthen proceeded to viadidate the con
duct of his mends ana tuose wno were in-
strumental in nominating him. He alluded
iu deprecating terms to the course which
Mr. Green had been pursuing in denounc-
ing the editors of the Gazette and defended
vigorously the bold manly aud consistent
course which the Gazette has ever pursued
ia the maiuteinance of the principles it pro-
fesses and advocates. He feelingly said
that he did not belong to that class of men
who were disposed upon the slightest pre-
texts to wage a domestic warfare against
the expounders and advocates of their own
political faith- He called the attention oi
the audience in a respectful manner to the
inconsistency of Mr. Green's position in
now endeavoring to force political ortho-
doxy from any considerations in determin-
ing the suitability and qualifications of can-
didates for Judicial ofEoes when he himself
within the 1 ist four months in a Conven-
tion for the nomination of a Sheriff for
Travis county (which is as much a. Judi-
cial office as that of District Judge) offered
a resolution rt quiring all the veers to en-
dorse their names on the back of their tick-
ets to prevent Know Nothings from voting
which showed that Mr. Green then believed
as firmly in the propriety of oiaking nomi
nations for Judicial offices as the editors of
the Gazette whom he now assails so unmer-
Mr. Green made a long speech in which
he repeated his denunciations of the Gazette
for its exclusive support of Mr. Terre!! and
personal attacks on himself for the silent
votes he cast for twelve Know Nothings
and insisted that he is notwithstanding as
good a Democrat as Mr. Terrell. He stren-
uously advocated organization through the
Convention system but questioned the pro-
priety of nominations for District Judges
on the ground that political orthodoxy
ought not to have any consideration in de-
termining the suitability and qualification?
of candidates for Judicial office ; but he
wholly failed to show by any species of log-
ic or to get the people to comprehend why
the office of District Judge should be made
an isolated exception to the general prac-
tice; or why a nomination ir District
Judge is any more improper or inexpedi-
ent than for Attorney-Genera! Distriot At
torney County Judges Sheriff magistrates
or a Constable which arc all Judicial offi-
ces; or why he (Mr. Green) had never
raised his voice against nominations for Ju-
dicial offices until the proposition to nom-
inate for a Judge of this District after the
resignation of Judge Duval. Mr. Green's
speech was scattering. He closed by pro-
posing to Mr. Terrell that if he would de-
sist from claiming any special support on
account of his nomination by the Dem-
ocratic party or the Lockhart Convention
that he (Mr. Green) would not claim any-
thing for his opposition to the nomination.
To which Mr. Terrell promptly replied that
so far as Ise was personally concerned that
he did not seek or desire the vote oi' any
maa who did not feel disposed to give it to
him from conviction of his suitability and
qualification for the office upon comparison
with his competitor but that Mr. tireen
was unreasonable in asking him to repudi-
ate the action of the District .(Jon vention
or to do any thing to defeat tbe harmonious
action and co-operation of the Democratic
party ; and therefore he could not give any
further consideration to the proposition.
Mr. Green has a at made any votes in this
county bv his speech. The Know Noth
ings who were going to support him take
strong exceptioas to his exclusive resolu-
tion ia the Convention ia Travis county
and now say they will vote against him.
.1 liril-ll nTi'liT'i-lfl'lT ------ .. -. - m..
DEMOCRACY Of HATS.
The Democracy of Hays held a meeting
at San Marcos on the 27th ult. and appoio-
ted delegates to the Lockhart Convention
to nominate a representative. Judge J. C.
Vv'atkins Chairman. Tbe following excel-
lent resolution waa adopted :
Resolved That the Democracy of Hays
regard it as their duty as well at their
pleasure to serve their old time-honored
party again by supporting with "iertoney
asm Baal tut
San Antonio June 28th lt57.
" It is stated here on excellent
authority that the Bio Grande with the ex-
ception perhaps of El Paso will strongly
support the whole ticket."
Belton June 27th 1857.
"Bell county will give two-
thirds of the votes cast in August to the
"I have tn abiding confidence
in the soundness of the democracy of Smith
county and be assured she will roll up for
Runnels and Lubbock a handsome majority."
WHAT DO THE PHYSICIASS SAY OF
M'LAXE'S VERMIFUGE PREPARED BY FLEM-
17 Listen to tbe testimony of an eminent phy-
sician in favor of JI'Laoe's Vermifuge which is
now universally acknowledged to be the best in
use; even members of the medical faculty (who
are so often opposed to the use of patent mdicin)
cannot withheld the approval or this invaluable
LlND Stark Co. Ohio.
January 8 1849.
I have used Dr. M'Lane's Worm Specific pre-
pared by Fleming Bros. Pittsbug Pa. in thy pri-
vate practice and am prepared to say that the
unparalleled success with which I have prescribed
its use both for children and adults induces me to
Bay the most in its favor of any specific or patent
medicine ever before brought to my notice. Tbe
mode of administration thesmnllness of the dose
and the certainty f it etficjslious etfects give it
in my opinion a decided advantage over any other
medicine of the kind before the public
3T" Purchasers will be careful to ask for DE
M'LANESCELEFRATED VERMIFUGE man
nfactured by FLEMING BROS of Pittsburg
Pa. All other Vermifuges in comparison are
worthless. Dr. M'Lane's genuine Vermifuge
also his celebrated Liver Pihs can cow be bad at
all respectable drug stores. Sont ger.uint with
out the ttgnatur of
fl7 FLEMING BROS.
TAAVH) THOMAS will lesato laai eat tt-
) core patasfe. pa? tae exaaaaa el the aa
tents far esat-taietof the haiw IS eeata per
ere. He will bay at aeU bud eertifteats
Teiasland aorip or bay aad sell land. Heaaa
a thorough know ledge ef flat asaatry waieb
gires him decided advantages to d a
Land Agesey bananas Tee aaautii which
proposes to locate land ia embraced ia the
rmM. nt iv.nntn ldns in that 49 tul
grees of N rth latitude on the Bratoa. Trinity
and Red Rivera aad through which the Great
Southern Rail Road known aa the Memphis 1
Paso and Pi ific Railroad will pass. He has
already within a few yean located in this Great
Eldorado of Tezaa over 30000!) acres and U still
desirous to locate hundred of thousands of acres
more. This is the garden spot of the great State
of Texas. It ia the beat wheat country ia the
world it ia alto a fine fruit country aaj unsur-
passed for stock raising producing the best of
grasses it also abounds in valuable minerals
such as Stone coal Marble Plaster of Paris Iron
and Grindstone grits also Salt and Paints
The Houston and Red River Railroad which is
destined soon to penetrate the Llano Estacado
or great Staked plaint of New .Mexico and ulti-
mately the remote region of the North bringing
this far oif region with its rich prodacta and
reineral resources in direct contact with the
sunny clime of the south and by the eastern and
western roads connecting the Atlantic with the
Pacific will transport thu Commerce of a large
portion of the world ; consequently at the inter-
section of the above named roads wili spring up
large and important commercial towns. This
portion of northern Texas ocuupie the most con-
spicuous geographical position of all countries
in the Union just a glance at these facta ia
enough to convince the mind of the most incred-
ulous. Then I would say to all men of every clime
who wish to invest capital in Real Estate in Tex
as here is your golden opportunity.
I will buy and patent lands for those who desire
it and will with pleasure give full information to
enquiries ou any land subject my stamps paper
and pen are at tbe service of all who chooae to
write to me. I will be as prompt as possible iu
attending to any business entrusted to uy care.
July 4th '57 no 46 tf.
-ataaMaWfce-a-aaaBaas at tea aafcpaaawsaa afcaseaalataew-a-aaW
. ft ARPflflN HIM tthHIC "ft A IVf )
SAMPSON & HEN RIfcS
White Teeth Perfumed Breath ad
Beautiful Complexion can be acquired by
uing the " Balm ef a Thousand Floutrs." Whar
lady or gentleman would remain under the curse
of a disagreeable breath wben by using thr
' Balm op a Thousand Flowers " aa a den-
tifrice would not only render it sweet but leave
the teeth white as abaster? Many persons do
not know their breath is bad and tbe subject is
so delicate tle-r friends will never mention it.
Beware of counterfeits. Be sure etch bottle is
signed FETRIDGE & CO. V. Y.
For tale by all Druggists mar 7 '57 29eow6m
By Rev. R. H. Talliaferm at the residence of
Mr. Wm. Rusr on the 25th June 1857 Mr. G.
R. Freeman and Miss Mary Francis Rust
all of Austin City.
LIST Or LETTERS.
T IST of Letters remaining in Austin City Pott
U Office July 1st l&7
Anderson N B
Alexander 3 S
Arnold M R
Arnold B D
Allen L T
Anderson A W
Alston A A
Browning W A
Burr Anna G
lianas D W
Bosiey W S
Brwk T T
Banks K B
Brock Noah II
Berry E S
Bounds Jos M
Buckley Ioepb P
Barrett W W
Brurlsly. Bog1? 1 Co
Capps John S
Cat) in Snsan L
Cundiff V H
Cock B A
Coeksey C J
Collingsworth M C
Cronkrite Dr Lyroan
Crockett W K
Catlin D H
Doame J aires M
Dunnegan J B
Enochs J A
Edwards 0 TV
Edward J M
Lviua James '
Elgin Geo D
Fowler John G
Griffith Joseph H
Glasscock Aena P
Gillum James T
Green John C
Gillespie Iir B
Groover W W
Gatlin Mary 8
Goforth James L
Gandry B P
Houston Hon Sam
Henderson R S 8
Hoffman J H
Host Mary J
Jones Mil r.
Kyle W J
PertoM calliag ft any
hats boots and shoes
HARDWARE CROCKERY GRO-
(jERIESf ece.f dec..
.f USTMJT TEXAS.
Kelly R H
Kelly Mary & nn
Kissinger Sarah C
Luckett II E
Lewis C M
Morris James D
McKarty A J
Moody Geo W
Miller Samuel W
McDowell Dr. )'o
Moors E W
MrPhafl Ar -k
Norton Jain-s T
Palmer E A -Totts
Parrish R G
Poole T O
Phillips F T
Russell Dr R G
Riley Thos W
Rife Mary A
Rap-dale S G
Rogers R P
Ro'jrts W E
Rankin R S
Stcita MissS A
Stewart F C
Shannon M B
P'.ephcns Gro W
Sow M M
Stone Wm L
Salbury John G
Tucker A J
Thompson Geo N
Travis CnptC E
Tavler John J
Taylor E P
Turner John W
Woodward John S
Woodward W H
Winn Walter O
Woolfork E 0
Walker James C
Woodward Mary J
of the above letters
7HEREAS at the June Term lSr.7 of the
County Court of Travis Countv. E. B. Tur
ner Atiimnwtrator ot tae estate ot Albert G. All-
man dee'd. appeared aud filed his account for
final settlement of said estate wb ch wili be acted
upon at tbe July Turn 1857 of said Court-
Therefore all persons interested therein are
hereby required to appear and contest tbe same
if xaey see proper.
fjiven under my nana arm tae seal of my
office at tbe City of Austin this i!9th
day vf June A. D. 1857.
J. M. SWISHER C. C. T. C.
J. H. THOMPSON Deputy Cl'k.
July 4th 1857. n46:3w.
E STRAYED from the subscriber's residence
about one mile south east of Austin about
the 28th day ot May two mules one of them a
large black mare mule with a full forehead and
some gray hairs in her face and saddle marks
when roached the mane was knotched about half
way. Tbe other a bay mare mule the mane
roacbed the tame aa the other shoulders badly
hurt when she left no ether marks remembered
Austin Trevia Co July 4th 1857. n40":tf
SEW INLAND ROUTE
FROM INDIAWOLA POWDER HORN GALVESTON
AND NEW ORLEANS.
QT SAVING OF ONE DAl"S TIME. &
XDjJJJiAg well as reduced ratee for pas-135&3
59K "8e freight and ins'iraace. erVflTr
ew Orlcan auod Opelouaas hiilitl'
connecting at Berwick's Bay with the new and
speiidid steamships Galveston and Opelocsas
of twelve hundred tuns burthen each built ex-
pressly for this route and so constructed aa to
avoid the dangers ami delays heretofore prising
trom tne passage ot toe lexat oars.
Passengers will leave New Orleans from the
Ferry landing opposite Jackson Square on 8un-
'lay and Thursday mornings at 10 o'clock com-
mencing on Sunday May 10th 1857.
The Opeluusat Capt A. Van Home Ellis will
leave or. Sundays and the Galveston Capt David
Wilson on Thursdays.
Returning The day of lea-Hog Indianoia Will
be Wednesdays ahd Saturdays; vnd Galveston
Sundays and Tbursdaya at i o'clock P. M-
Frvight will be received daily (Sundays except-
ed) at tbe Company's landing in New Orleans at
foot of St. Louis street and will be transported
through to ports of destination without extra
charge of any kind at the lowest rates heretofore
charced by the l'ne of outside steamers. Freight
received before 1 o'clock on Saturday and Wed-
nesday ' will go by the atemrs on Sunday's and
For freight or passage apply at the Railroad
office in New Orleans corner St Peter and Levee
streets opposite Jackson Square and in Galves-
ton or Indianola on board the steamers. Bills
Lading of the only form used on this line will be
furnished to shippers by Pursers of the steamers
on application and ail required information given.
No letters taken by this line only such as contain
bill rf lading or appertain to the freight on board.
'. B. Ail persona are forbid trusting auy one
on account of the above steamers or owners.
Shipper w'U please attend to the reciept of their
goods immediately on the arrival of the steamers.
Sole agent for this line in Texas
Ear" Any orders for goods sent by the Cohesion
will be on board on the return trip.
June 20 p44'57 lly.
SAMPSON &. HENRICKS have just received t
Urge and well assorted stock ef 8um toer cloth-
ing -onsicting of Black Drab D.eto Coato and
Pants White and Colored Liunen CesJt and
Panto Whita aad Colored Marseille Vests dec
Black an Hkite Summer
JUST received a handsome assortment of La-
lies Black and White Summer Mantillas
LADIES SPRING AND SUMMER
JUST received Figured and Colored Lawns and
Organdies : Organdie Robes ; Plain aiiri Fig-
nrged Bareges; Barege Robes ; Silk Mitt- an-
OU 8ilt ; White Jaconctt and Plain Musliu.
For sale by SAMPSON dfc HENRICKS.
March. 23th"57 no32 tf
J I ST RECEIVED
A large assortment of Coi'd Lawns and Mus-1
n. Iidh Priuts Ginghams Beached and Rnrwn
imestics Cottonaie. Linnen Prill oi Decks' 0-
naburgK Denim Carolina and Marjeoro Striae
Liu'ien and Cotton Sheeting Irian Linuen Dia-
pers Lowelling Bed Tick' Shirting Stripes.
White Gauze Flannel BfaaeCotton Damask White
and Coi'd Furniture Dimity to-gether with a full
assortment of goods usujIIj kept
For sale by
SAMPSON & HENRICKS.
ApriLM W n34:tf.
J- c KNITURE
k 4 N assortment on band and for sale h)
XX . SAMPSON & HENRICKS.
April 11 '57 n34:tf.
GRAIN CRADLESjmt received und for tale
by SAMPSON & HENRICKS.
Ai-ril II '57n34:tf.
full supply ; 6 7 S 'J 10 and 12 inch India
XJL Robber Belting for Cotton Gins and San
Mill ; do. Packing.
On hand and for sale by
SAMPSON & HENRICKS.
INL'IA Rubber Coats Cloaks Leggins Shoes
Whips eta etc. For sale by
SAMPSOg & HENRICKS.
P LACK and Colored Oil and Eml'd. Cloths foi
J Carriages Carriage Lace &.C.
For sale by
SAMPSON & HENRICKS.
large assortment of Cooking and Box Stoves
r For sale by
LARGE and elegant assortment of embroi
dered chemisettes collars sleeves handker-
chiets Swiss and cambric edging and inserting
dec at SAMPSON Sl HENRICKS-
SWT88 Book. Jaconet Mull N.Miisook and
Organdie Muslin. Linen Ctuibric Long
Lav n American and English long cloths Bir I
Eve Lisp's. Damask Napkins table Linen Irish
Just Received at
SAMPSON dk HENRICKS.
JUST RECEIVED a full and well assorted
J stock of HARDWARE and CLTLERY and
a geuTai assortment of Carpenters' tools.
For sale by SAMPSON & HENRICKS.
i Full assortment and for sale by
SAMPSON fc HENRICKS.
A T. WAYS on hand for sale by
SAMPSON & HENRICK8.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
FOR sale by
SAMP80N fc HENRICKS
I'ALMS OILS PUTTY dt GLASS
K sale by
SAMPSON ot HENRICKS.
general assortment on hand.
il r or sale by
SAMPSON A HENRICKS.
lw CASES BOOTS AND SHOES.
t F all styles.
Jast received and for sale by
SAMPSON & HENRICKS.
P. DeOORDVAS advertisers
Capt. JEMRK R3I1TH Hatter.
WILL leave New Orlans for Powder Horn via
Galveston oa the loilowing dt.y a :
Saturday Juno 6. Wedsesdav June 17.
Saturday " 27. Wednesday July 8.
Saturday July 1. Websfsday July 29.
Saturday Aug. 8. Wfenesday Aug. 1'.
Saturday " 29.
Will leave Powder-Hm for New Orleans via
Saturday June 20-
rvvriRDtY July 11-
Saturday Aug. 1-
Satirbay " 22-
LIGHT AND II It Y BOOHIK TO BENT.
THE room at present unocco(i?d in 8WEN
SON'S New Building. Apply to
Feb. 28 IHS7 n88 tf P.DoCORDOVA.
For Sato ar Reut.
A Comfortable tenement adjoining the iubscrib
er residence : containing four rooms hall.
oaca-gaiierj v. iia smoac-uouse sou cisii-ru
tl ft 1857. Y. UEUUKtrUVA.
' " " '
and 2 in Block 12 with a comforts le
-.' i' ' '"
WM. RUST r.
X. 148 tanned hv W. P. Evans
to the heirs of Georae Fuck
iwd . dated ttu 9th HMS mr mo acret ei
land t ta Hasans in rawer or. jiiuers vwwy
if not aaard ofwttha 90dayt application wll be
made a P AM8T101fG. Aaeat
it 417. a. w-
Wednesday June 10.
Wednesday July 1.
WEDNESDAY; " 22.
Wednesday Aug. 12.
Wednesday. Sent. 2.
Ageut New OrJetDs W. C. TEMPLETON.
Galveston. R. &. D . G. MILLS.
Powder Horn J. ASHWORTH.
June 20 '57 n44 2 l-2mo. till 1st Sept.
! i t ' I . - I- . .
Lands for Sale.
1 fifiO Acres situated upon Cypres Creek in
I OOO Hays County 35 miles west Austin orr
the road leading to Sao ab.
Almost the entire tract it susceptible of culti-
. ration of ah excellent quality of Laud ; well sup-
plied with Pott Oak and Cedar timber and d-
'joining the Cypress Timber from which any
i amount of building material may be had; well
: watered with a number of never failing springs
of the purest water lOOhundred acres under a
fine leuce ana to a tuga state ot enmv-tti n.
Good substantial framed and thlngM roofed
: buildings consisting of a dwelling horn-e with two
room pattage Between pun"o on eaca iur
stone chimneys dVe. kitehen work shop smoke
bouse barn erib ttables dfcc dter all complete ;
situated iu a never failing range for all kindt of
srck will be sold low. The purchaser can be
I I'liraiabed corn on the oreinwcs. Cash catte or
nogroet taken in payment
Till. acre including the Dripping Springs
j in Hays county the niwnt residence of Mr. Moise
i a large portion of which it first rate land well
! timbered and watered situated ia a fine stock
country 150 acret under at fine fcoce wid in a
high state of cultivation. . . .
Good hniidimra. eonsLrtin of a hewed log house
two rooms passage between stone chimneys tc
kitchen negro booses enoe swim otc. .
all complete. Term cash or stock cattle. Title
warrantee. . .
500. acres situated neon cypress creek in Htys
county adjoining the tract on the east upon which
the steam mill of Collins dt Swisher was situated
a largo portion of whieh it fine land well timber-
ed and watered will be aohi low. Cash cattle
mules wagons and oxen taken ta payment
11070 am strutted in Buecee wmnty npon
the San Fernanda river 25 miles south-west from
Cornet Chritti all ef which is ef the irttqnalitj
of land titoated ia the best sugar aad cotton
growing pert ef ths8teto4 taa rtnrk eetmtry net
maaentwater sad plenty of timber npoa the river
aadcreek. Will he soft tow-cash cattle or
negroes taken to payment- Tide perfect
I would teP the tract upon which 1 reside 3
miles toetb-eeat of Austin cootaiatog 30(1 acre
with 30 aeresirf cedar land attached enclosed by
aneweedarftncea dwefibg lease twe rooms
kitchen Ac- ail tasotptmto of cmTtoatiot and ef
the beat uAlity of toad. Term cat cattto ar
negroes taste would be given en a part with a
I knee ataey etaer email naern acenerea over
QtiiUesaeawtoafaag to parshaes any of theabev.
tad am at aeme 3 mil
J j dwelling house thereon suitable lor a small
This propertv joint the residence of Mr. Hen-
riekr. A-plyio P. DeCoRDOVA.
Austin jan 10th 1357. no 21
De IRDOVA) liAIfD AKB GElSEUAI.
SWENSON'S BUDLDINO AUSTIN TEXAS
11 DaOORDOVA SOTixr Pv?uc C"STtFCsa aod Cno-
mlssioner ot the V. B. Caart of Clrn.
DEEDS ami aH oUiet laKiromesn uf riusg. .irrfoi'
drawn. Mftj Si IK... afCttf
r PHE Southern half of tbe Smith league known
I better aa the" Dnoninir Snrius"'' i.5 now of-
fared tor tale on adv;t3t&eo.is term.
tion of tie tract box -uuaauce cf nae spring
good tiubar and a large share of the be land
suitable for farming purposses and tbe range in
ihe neghborheed ia unsurpassed either it ivorse
cattlt or sheep. P. DeCORDOVA
nofweptSU-tf Swenaon's Building.
A. G. COM1T0N dt.
Anrtiou aid taajmi.ioB
Clli' OF ALSTIN TEXAb.
1 1 y"ILL attend to the purchaeeartd sale otland
; VV in any part ofthe State collection of claim
agatnrt tire itaw or mdivwia:" O'lyinjarji seU'.og
Of ciry proncrty.
Cash paid for U. S. Bonnfv Land Warrant?.
March 7. 1857. 29::ly
CHARLES H. J0RD1..
RECEIVING. rOUHABOlX. A: COM.
MISSM ItUCHAJi T.
PORT LAVACA TEXA8.
Messrc Gudewill &. Mohr Henry Sheldon
Lawoc&Co. New York Thiele Seller A. Co.
McDowel. Mi;!s& Co. New Orleans R. & D. G.
Mills TLeedore Wagner Galveston Groesbeck S
French Vance &. Brother San Antonio Sarjp-
son dt Henrickt F. Dietrich Austin.
Feb- m n2S 1607 ly.
GEORGE H. VEVTEN
NEW ORLEANS PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE
NO. ! POYDRA3 STRKR
Camp and St. Ckarltt StrteU
Tjaas.lalls.rapg. Cards Card Boards awj
faraUhlogof erery description
nd hand ataterieU boaaDt and solo sad 'Jd trpe
takae ia eaehaoge tor caw at S casta par pound.
vaenaato aad to is at artsasaa taa
GERMAN or --
THE rTAU AH LAJWTjAIEa. as
in a praetJeal manner at mod to hw1; g
every day life can do to in the taortest f
time as there are Special Protesters and apart-
inents reeh branch. .
None but the beet sad moat exnerietmea TJ"
nand Aasistaafo wU! ever he engaged. Te
are NINE APARTMENTSa B60-
elegantly fitted up fur visitors to that PopHs re
uever iu'terrapted in their lessons; and awapart-
jnent for the Pupfl's of eaeh Proreator ; Tf
lag rooms so that pupils taking the fall ""''
any oue of these branches can have ten aoart
pvaetice each dav.
Ail branches are taught as they thoald l'Pc-
rited "m butineat ande:ery day lite. TheEnjHlta
French Spanish tod Gemma are now the Com-
mercial Languaget of the wTld aad the toeiaL Ut-
erary aad th- scientific langnagw 't the greater
otrr'of Europe and America" and are daily oeeonv
imereiitrportanttollprtrsr'.!is. PupiltwIH be
exercised daily to reading writing ajjil ipeekiBg
anv language they may wish to letJfm
N'o instituf ion in the United States ofters so greas
fseilitietfor the acquisition of the living languag
and a practical education at this. From 300 so
400 attend it annually
These and other modem languages wiu he cor-
rectly translated at this institntrorr
No pains or expense will be spared to make a
the departments worthy of the confidence of the
Twenty or thirty yming men will be qoelj"
as Teachers of my system of PeMoanship. The
will act as agents for my NEW WORKOFPEN-
HANSHIP and superior STEEL PENS. Yoong
men earn from 100 to $300 per month wben quali-
fied to teach. Bad writing will be so abjection t
applicant as this can soon beeorrected. Enecgv
and industry are needed. There is work enough
for hundreds in the United States; and besldea
Mexico.Cuba and South America eould employ as
Time required to qualify Teachers from five to
eight weeks. Ordinary course in Penmanship
from one to three weeks. Book-keeping double
and aingio entry from four to eight weeks ; tingle
entry tlone from one to three week. iAagvagea
from three to four montha; Phonography from
two to four weeks.
I3r Planters and country Merchants can be able
to keep their own books correctly and understand
ANY hooks in a few lenons. -.
ltis the only INSTITUTION rNTHXpflTED
RTATKH where persons advanced in lite can to
PRIVATE APARTMENTS with a Special Pro-
fessor perfect themselves in ANY branch they may
desire. & .
During the oretentyear persons have atteo Jed
from Louisiana. Georgia
Missouri Mississippi Tennessee.
Illinois Texas Kentucky
Ohio Arkansas Virginia.
Michigan California Maryluw.
New York. Alabama Mexico
South Caroliua And .Cub' i
and the applications for the ensuing mil are larger
than any previous season. . '
It depends entirely en its own merita tor sen-
port : and while many institutions in the South
liberally endowed by theState.have utter failed
THIS has continued to increase. It is the intes-
eat as well as the duty of all persons identified
with the South to sustain its institutions of Learn-
ing and educate their children in them.
tW All person attend until THEY are perfcei-
APPLY HERE FOR
Former pupils of this Institution mar be found
in most of the Banks and large Housea f th.e
It Is always safe to tome here except whew
the yellow fever prevaila aa an epidemic which
may be leaned from the city papers.
IdT Good board can behadat five dollar per
TerAs (payable in advaaeeO
Penmanship f lessons not limited) $2o
Hook-keeping (doableand tingle entry) 500
do (single entry alone) 260
To qualify Professional Teachers of Pen-
Phonography (hortba3d) 50
Arithmetic per month f2GU
Algebra per month .... ....3000
Or full course.... 5000
Geometry per month...... ...2000
Or lull emirte ...W0O
Surveyine per moi1 .................. .-2000
Or full course &0.0O
Narigation (aith practical otecf inrrrnroeiito
. er month.......... ...... .... .. .-wfw
Or full eonrso...-. ............76JIO
For any of the Languages one lesson per day f2G
per month; two leson per dt 3) de. or
to learn to reed write and also apeak a Lan-
guage gramatically lessons not limited.. !00W
Those persona who already speak a Language
find wish to become giN'd reader and aiso U
write and speak it gramatieally .--. .5000
Strangers are referred to circular tor letters
Ccu. Andrew Jackson late President of th U- 8
Hon. M. Van Burcn late President of tbe U.
lion. R.M. Johnson late Vice Pret'tof toe U.eU
Hon. A. B. Roman late Govemer of Louisiana i
Hon. J. C. Jonc. late Governor of Tennessee
Hon. J. Gayle late Governor oi Alabama 1
Major General E. P. Gain late U. 8. Army t
Hou. John Bell U. 8. Senate;
El Rev. Bishop MUes Tennestee ;
Rev. Dr. Lindsley PresidentNtvUCirrvertirr;
Bev Dr. Chamberlain late Fretirieatof Oakland
Eer. Dr. Edgar Tennessee ;
Hon. D. Prieur late Mayor fif New Orleans i
Hon. J. Stockton late Mayor of Mobil- ;
Rev. Mr. Sober late Pret'tSt. Cbarle C'Hiege La
Hon. Tho's H. BenUn late U. 8. Serwt-j i
Rt. Rev. Bishop Oto;' Rev. Dr. HoweL aad Ree.
Dr. Wheat Tenoeitee ;
-Or they ca:i refer to
Hon. R. C. WieklllT (roverrjor ef L :
Hon. Jowpb Walker itte Governvr of La j
Hon. A. G. Brown- Ute floveraor of Misp t
f ' I. Vn A C..T.r. I.v At. An
..?? ; H..n.K..cryS.Foete do do. do.
U :. J J. Critteodea. late d ttorney Qeaevaf e.
Hon. Pierre ricoie late O. S. 8eate ;
Hou. John siidell. United States Senate i
Hon. George Eustis late Chief Justice of La i
Hon. P. A. Boat tote Supreme Court La ;
Hon. A. Creatman late Mayer cf New Orle m :
Hon. James Guthrie Secretary of the Tatmry
of the United 8tstet;
C. Ielins Esq. New Oriesnt ;
IJou. Charles Etorb'gny New Ort'jjit;
Hod. John L. Lewis late Mayor f New Orleas.
Mertra. Ward June dc C'. Barriere 4k Co.
Hen.ierson dtGaiaet Teitr Norton dt Co..
Maunsel White dt Co. Alfred Hecnen Esq
Martin ijorden J r. jo.n Uoocse Vt.
Tou. Wm. M. Gwin UteU. S."8enate i
Hon. J. P. Benjamin U. 8. Senate i
Geo. fvn Hourwm. late Preaideot oTTe
Gov. H. Q. Runnel. Texas ;
Hon. Baiie Peyton. California ;
Hoa. Charles Scott Chancellor. Mip.
I Chapman Coleman Esq. Loeisuilto. Kr.
ueo. u. Frenaee Esq. Kentucky ;
I A. Grailbe Esq. New Orleans ;
Hon. J. V. t reetnaa.autp. a.. dtc
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Oldham, W. S. & Marshall, John. State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 46, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 4, 1857, newspaper, July 4, 1857; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth81305/m1/3/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.