State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 3, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 28, 1858 Page: 3 of 4
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Till". following gentlemen an nw authni ted
Agents In collect mill recipt fur nil innii ll l tltii
in fur l'rintiim Bnbserip tfoo Advertising
Wxi pATfoa Clerk Austin.
Thus. 1. Johnson I In-rnkeo Oo.
J.imn Mxl.l.ov. K.- I mi Aiitniilii. Itmar On
John 8- Jomaoil iSastl'up. Bastrop I1".
Hknuv D. Patwi h. i leuter.tlle Loon Oo.
H. C.HMirii Sprmgln-'d UlBMlOlM ('"
W 11 Kii.siv Marsha'. Harrison Co
in. Wi Aim:n. .leilcr.. m tns Oo
Wn. A. Kill III llnlitmlil . Kalinin Oo
Hie .1. it BosnTSOH independence.
Svv J Hill iNi.il i . Warn
ohas w Tin i mi hi i Qalvestou
B A. VUTtUta Alton Denton Oo .
0ur arib unit Ifack.
Bad Saba Twtu
.vuc;. in lOOO.
Itqor Sfanhgll: tu it la ran Impot
iimf that normal Information t-liiirl ba hurl
in regard to tha pro-out condition and in-
turo prospects of i'iir in iw i tlaa 1 pro-
pose to furiii-.li you n tVw facts oonnaototl
with our i-nunty which ttro :irv :it liberty to
publish in your papar if yon no proper to
do so. In the liiat plica U you nuiy r.nililv
suppose the in .'inn excitement ii intense.
Only ti week linoa light took plaoo be-
tween sovcm tattlera ami eight or nine In-
dians; a tow miles nlmve San Saba l'eak.
on the east hide nf the Colorado within about
fifteen nttee of our Couri ttoum The
whites were poorly armed and aoaroe of
aiumunitiiiM and OOOiequeUtly were nbliirod
to abandon the Hold alter severely wound-
ing p uiie twn in thro.' Indian- This nc-
currence shuns very clearly tint theaevaaej
aro becoming more hold in their depreda-
tions siuco the rangen have bean with-
drawn from our frontier We now feel
that wo are entirely niiproteeteil so far H
the government i- cuuoerued And why it.
it ao? Is there DO obligation on the govern-
ment to protect its citizens .' Why is it
that " I'nele Sam" manifests ao little o.n-
oern for our welfare 1 Are we not legal ei-
tizeus of the glorious I'niou ' 'Chore is great
wrong wmtwhtf hut who .ire the guilty
paities is not for mo to soy
But. after .ill we entertain hut little fear
in regard to our ptmmal taftty. Heine
I would say to those who may wish to orui.
grate to this lovely valley conn on there
is room enough lor you Hut leave your
horses behin 1 wc mean of course stock
horses. You will find cattle and sheep a
much better invcstmi nt. and they are safe
property hen. Negroes and horses are
better property Dome where else.
The agony about bread is over Our
county has raised a considerable: surplus
ihisyear noogh t" -imply the emigrant
and ft reasonable prices.
To give your readers an idea of the pro-
daetircnaaa of our soil I will state a few
facts. One of i.v Deighbore raised one
hundred and five ..ml a half bushel- of wheat
on three and i half acre of land. Another
raised 1" bushels per ...-re. The hedge row
wheat -owed in Janmn and I'obruary ha-
ranged trom ton to twenty bushels per acre.
In neighborhood! that have been blessed
with seasons tin oi rn will make fortv
bushels per acre; and tome that has suf-
fered seriously from di. oght will make
from twenty-five to forty bushel- Some
irrigated land will make 7" bushels to the
acre Our little town although tint two
years old maiiilo-:- rigna of thrift not-
withstanding the hardness nf thetimaa and
the scarcity ol money li contains tour
'A WoRMaWL 1'i.ant. It appears
that the American Aloe or an it is known
among us the Vw.it I 'hint is found in
somo of the conservatories at the North
and is regarded there as quite a ourioaity.
We read of one specimen in possession of
Mr. (leorge H. Stuart of Philadelphia
which is expected soon to ho in bloom. It
weighs .'101 If) pounds. Thousands arc ex-
pected to visit the grounds in order to get
a sight at this rare floral curiosity. In the
Western portion of our St-ito and in Mox-
ico this plant is found of indigenous growth.
I'Voni few of its varieties the V..i is
made whieh constitutes the common drink
in Northern Moxioo; this beiog distilled
makes Mumnl. From its leaf or blade they
draw the fibres whieh serve as thread ; and
is also on urtiolo of oouuncrce. This plant
it would seem was almost indispensable to
tha existence of the poorer Mexicans. From
it tiny make fence- or hedges iuvulnerable
t i man i r boast ; trom ttie null) nicy taae
lam quantities of a uutricious substuooe
similar m taste to the flat turnip ; and
from it thev al-o all get their bovcrage."
.v .1. fftrold
There are many other purposes to which
the people of Mexico apply the Maguey. The
writer of pamphlet upon Moxioo enume-
rates smm seventy-two uses to which this
plant is applied. In addition to tha above
it possesses virtues us a medicine. Dr. Per-
rin of the I'. S. army experimented with it
as a remedy in -curvy aud found it infi-
nitely superior to those previously adminis-
tered. !n tho .Maguey districts of Mexico
the scurvy is hardly known. Puhut is a
stomachic of the first class. The Magmy
grows wild botweeu the Nueces and the
Wo Grande. Much of the land in that
region hitherto supposed to be useless ex-
cept for grilling will souie day be appro-
priated to the culture of this plant and in
time there is no doubt but that it will con-
stitute one of the staple productions of
Western Texas and an important article of
commerce. It is very hardy and will grow
iu sterile legions where there is little mois-
ture and wh re the changes of temperature
are considerable bearing alike the dryness
of the plains between the Nueces and the
ltio lirande and the snows of the elevated
tablelands of Mexico without damage.
lt.wN IN Tkxas. An opinion prevails
to a considerable extent that it seldom
rain" in Western Texas. This is not 'rue.
The seasons during the present year were
very fine and nothing save the advent of
the locusts prevented our farmers from
growing exceedingly heavy trope. The
fact of their not having done so will no
doubt be attributed to the dryness of the
latter portion of the summer which is not
the cause for the reason that under ordi
nary circumstances the crops would have
been made before the dry teini set in A
gentleman has addressed communications
to the New Orleans Crescent upon Texas.
The annexed is an extract from one of
"To the agriculturist there is probably
no feature of the climatology of a country
in Cnas good water and belter hollltTai
for sotting our produeoto market than any
other portion of Kastcrn Texas These are
II points ol importance to those wishing to
select desirable homes. We expect to see a
heavy emigration next fall
Tho Herald says the lrst hale id' New
cotton was brought to Jefferson mi the Kith
August by John i. Morris of Harrison
county and sold at Hi J ets per lb amount-
ing to the sum of one hundred dollars for
We olip the following letter from i he-
Central Tcxian :
To Prkvent Wnvtt tv Coun. -""
Doetor Located as your piper is in the
midst of a rich country ami .surrounded by
many intelligent fanners you yourself
being a good practical farmer the Texian
would be more useful I think by devoting
more to the agricultural interest. To this
end I givo my experience to prevent weevil
in corn which has proved .successful for I
series of years.
Have your crib- tight and put your corn
up damp aud it will be safu. I.e.- cribs
well daubed inside and cut and tight Hours
I prefer to frame us they are cooler and
tighter. Koek or brick still better. Next
gather the corn us early as it will do. I
am done gathcriuc now. I put half a bushel
of salt dissolved in water to ever hundred
bushels of corn. The salt s lor the hem lit
of the shuck I um careful to gather all
the shuck with the corn.
Yours Ac B
(rimes Oo Texas Aug It) '68.
inxat Atitr iu-km n'v.
Our Worthy coleinporary the Am-riron
Hug thus comment.: nn tho l-i'o cumi-.
"fust on til" evo of I ll" election lloVI-
evcr the whole pack ol trsduoors Tm.
BltnollO and Swei I heart ' " I II turned
howling on his track with nil the reports
that villainy could invent Mining which
was one that if elected the present Judges
would not sit nn the bench wilh him
Though these villaneous reports turind
out when too late for refutation may have
taken some votes faom Judge Huekhy. we
me yet certain there are still enoiitth left of
Diinoeraoy to stand by its nomlnet and
thus givo these evil mouthed gentry an op-
nortimil .' to prove their words "
"The inl .manbote with which i
the candidate- Jvdgt lliickh v has
covered has had DO OnOOl with the
in thi region "
HAII.ROAO IUNS itllTIM..
I IIKKI'. will be a Ksllrnsil mass nieetinii at
Amtin M Huttmlsy the 1th Jay nl Sept. licit.
A number of sierlie will be made. A fu'l ei-
planattoa Ot thl iimurens of the Austin and
llieiihain ltn. BoOktWdl lm opened and sub-
eriptlona will aetaietl LotoveryeUtoao friend-
I) in Itailinsiln le in mil niUnre Itsilriunl orator"
I prepared lor the neenajfi
W no: iioAiii)
Annliu. Aug Willi. IM6
XII III MITI.MIII.HS
111'. Ciiuntv liiiirt will meet mi the Itth itaj
i September next t apportloi
quested to IiimkI in tln-ir report! by that tun
ll teat liers i-lltltlril III its I:
nehtM are ri
chii-r JoiUoeT. 0.
small stores aud a S3 mill i- now in sue-1 more interesting than that of rain. Next
cessful opcrsitiou and the proprietors intend to quality of soil it is the mnut important
lortin;r - ll.nir mill lit lli.-'.irv distant it - -. ! eou-i Jvirutiou With oil i nlolliu. uud rrt
Hut what is hett of all somi of I a: - i i flectitiL' farmers A defioienev in this par-
arc moving in tin
oy intend to ha.
of education. T
spectaute Mine ' Itiunl- ntnitmu in t tie
town of Sau Saba And why not '' There
is not a healthier county to be found in
any State. .Iu-t the place for good schools.
How much will those who own large bodies
of land in this county but who reside else-
where give to build up tohooll of a high
grade in San Saba? How mueh wonld a
good male and female ao&denn enhance the
value of real estate in the county '' Come
gentlemen look (.; your interests in this
Mr. Editor should this Imperfecl -ketch
find favor in mr OVOS you no hear from
P. S. 1 was truly wrry to hear of tha
death of our old felfow-i itixou the valiant
eld hero John A tjuitinuu. Pew nobler
spirits than G "icnd Qnitman ever breathed
Southern air. Peaoe to ! is umea aud re-
vered bo his memory W B.
MATIVI-: I'ltlllll TIONS.
Ma KoiTuit i Cinder tha head of " Va-
rieties" tho Qalreaton Ciriliao of the llth
inst. hi- it that a baby II months old
the child of i Mr. Cannon in Cincinnati
weichs '1 lib-. would inform tha gentle-
man u( the Civilian t I . r the l.one Star
State can beat tho Buokeye Btate. in tha
I know a baby In thi--city who not a
" Cyclopcau son" but a very pretty -al"
weighed twelve and a half pounds at the
time she was ushered Into this world aud
who iu bar 7th month of age end iu spite
of thogr.iM.. hopper- aud the waroityand high
price of baeoo this spring weigu twenty
four and a half ponoda and few niinui)
thrown in for good weight.
S-J Mr. Editor yOU can see that the
North cannot b'.it the South even iu the
baby line. The twenty four and a half
pound gal is one of Mi i Democratic missel
of this city
.tt AliRAMiEMKNT The following is
the schedule of the New Orlean- mail pa:k-
ets far the pre.-ent and until tne Berwiok'l
Hay route is agaia opened when we arc to
have four arrivals per wi lk at this port :
Leitv.- New Ofieoai Tlmriiilii) ami Suinriluy tit B
Amv I.: Qalveaton Tuesday aad laturdaj t I
Leave Oalvaataa urns days at . m.
Arrive ut Indiannl.i Wadoasda; and Bundai ai 19
Lea-.e indianniu Taursday ai Manaay atg p at.
Arrive at Qalrastoo Friday and Tuesday at 8 v M
1. 1. :r .- ' ih. '.;-. In v XI
Arrive at NVwOrltann Suiula mid 'maeaday nt III
A. XI lniluiiwlu Hutltjni
tieu'ar is verv injurious to a new country-
It greatly retards its progress by preventing
the inflowing of intelligent agriculturists.
One or two .-easons of failure in crops from
this cnue is sufficient to destroy its repu-
tation as an agricultural country. Those
who suffer in consequence of such failure
arc too often inclined to exaggerate their
losses aud to speak disparugiugly of the
country. Overlooking entirely tha manv
losses which they have seen experienced iu
other sections in consequence of too much
or too little ruin or ot frost rust weavel
Ac they continue their tirade against the
land in which they reside until the ensuing
en p by its magnitude aud value oblite-
rates the value of the past. Iu this way
an army of croakers arise whose object
teem! to be to exaggerate every existing
evil and by the time their croakiugs ri.a-.-h
lb-- cars of the citizens of the adjoining
State! they present a fulfilled picture which
i is truly uppaltng. ftucli has beeu the un-
fortnnata experience of Texas during the
i past two year.-. In 1m;'iG there was a par
tial limine oi inc crops 10r want or run;
in IsoT tho failure in this section from the
same cause was total. The losses thus oc
casioned gave rise to the state of things
above described aud In eousequeuce. the
general iuij ifMHOO uw abroad is that
Wc-tcrn Texas is a dry ..Usiile region and
totally unfit for njricultura! pursuit. To
disprove this it is oulv ueueasary to look
over the statistics of Western Texas sinoc
iu occupancy by Americans and (lormans.
The yields ol cotton corn wheat outs ao
tatoee &o. up to the yeur I860 aqua if
not snrpais iu quantity uud quality those
of auy other St.tte or States of the confede-
racy. '1 be drought of 1856 '" was an cx-c-ption
and no more than other portions
of the Union have been repeatedly afflicted
with. I do nut intend to convey by this
the idon thai Westoru Texas is as well sup-
plied with rain as other sectious cast of it ;
but I do wish to impress the reader with
the fact that notwithstanding a compara-
tive deficiency uf the rain the industrious
agriculturist cuu produce on a given ex-
tent of land as lr;;e crops as can be pro-
duced ou the same extent in .Ktutos which
are supplied with nearly double the quan .
t:ty oi runt.
Cons. The Huu Antiiio Herald learns
from the Hon. John llrawford that he bus
three or four hundred acres ot corn on Ms
ranohe at the junction of the Medina and
San Antonio rivers which will yield an
average of d" bushels to the acre.
I I-A It.
A correspondent of the N. O Ptetlgune
gives a graphic account of affairs in 1 tali
The Mormons were returning from I'rovo
to Salt Luke city early iu Ju!y He say!!
The scenes among the retumim. refugees
upon the road confirm ill you have already
heurd of the extreme poverty of many of
the people Any Dumber of females old
and younc are seen passing along bare
foot with scarcely enough clothing upon
them to oovor their persons and the fen-
rags they have of the ooaraesl material.
Many are entirely without even a calico
gown wearing eoar-e petticoat some-
times made of a scant pattern of old carpet
or a worn out coverlet and n calico or
muslin waist which their best efforts c .m
not coax up to the nquiretnonti ol modesty
An army officer who was in town the other
dny on his return to camp passed over a
road on the west side of the .Jordan which
is less frequented than the direct road
fiom Provo on this side ; suddenly lie came
upon a company of a do. en or more females
walking along the mod on their r turn from
PfOVO in company with two or throe male
"protectors wh i were mounted loma-
thing after the fashion of herders driving
cattle. These females WI u- 10 destitute
of clothing that several of tl i had blank-
ets wrapped around than after the I isliion
of Indian squaw.-. They hsd probably
taken the by road to avoid observation and
upon meeting a "UaiiL'ir fled affrighted
from the road evidently conscinu that
thiy were not in a suitable condition fo?
a stranger's gaze. This is the other r's
story and in viawofwhat I have my-elf
seen here 1 have nn difficulty in realising
According to the writer the p MM com-
minsioners wore thoroughly disgusted with
the Mormons. They had to take pains to
procure a special stateine.il i f their pro-
ceedings to be drawn up and signed in mi-
junction wilh !oii . YouUg to sileuOO
tho slanders and the iniicpis. nlatioDi of
the '-faithful "
In regard to the futun movement! of
these people it is said:
The commissi cor- presented I lignifiod
sileuee while here in regard to their own
impression of the people ; but H 1 an.
skilled in observing the tcaohing of an
emotional fuce they both left this city
with scutiincnts of profound .iisju-i
predict that In their personal rep lit to the
President they will sasure him that tin-
present peace is fallacious and that this
community i- nit likely ever to make u"""l
aud sab' ilti.cns ot tl i I uited State!.
They know lull well that the people bero
have u higher regard for the law of the
church than that of the I'niou und that all
their proteatationi of love for tha conititu-
tiou are idle win never Brigbam's edict
stands iu the way. Tiny could not iuvc--tigate
specifically the uiany charj laid
to the door of this people ; Hut I do not
doubt tint if they are induced to oxpreM
them-clvcs at all up n tin subject they
will admit their belief thai they arc oapabl
of the Jesuitical system of crime long I dd
to their charce. It will be remembered
however that I speak not by authority but
express ouly my own Otuvictioni as to the
views of the commissioners.
You will lcuicmbcr that last autumn
just after the treasotialc burning of the
traiiij on tircen River Gen. Johnston ad-
dro.ssud a despatch to the ir Department
in which he BUg.-MUd that thi- aot had re
lieved tin Mormon question nt its dilh-
cultv and rendered it "easy ol ilution."
The liuueral policy of course was a
rigid exeitiou of the civil and military
power until the treason ibottl 1 be proporlj
punished and the rebels be compelled to
succumb humbly before the law. Kx-
pcriencc has shown that tic. old soldier's
.iiiiu.iii MPSe and practical view ol the
question was sound. T'1'" will be the
more apparent within a few months when
we see the very forms of hivv availed of
by this community to destroy it- -pint
when Mormon juries perjure themselves
rather than liud verdicts according to the
facts elicited by Gentile evidence and whin
.Uurmon witnesses case tin ir OOUSOll lie-- hy
' mental rescrvuiiiuis" and fail ultcrlv
to rcinemher anything Ui
fl)i "The llrowniville I'lag has dropped
the discussion ot lluekley's ol-iitns. but lie
give- salt and pepper to Judge. Watrous
Let the vote of t'atneron eounlv BOTN as
the answer of the "Brownsville I'l - " lo
the above. llrm' nirilli I'lmj.
i inn: riillnii to -1clen.
I'.ipi Manuel I.eil of Itcxur county ro-
Oently addressed a cuuiiiiuuicatinu to the
Qovornorof Nueva I .con and Ooahuila pro-
posing to colonize a district in that State
with Mexican- from Torn- The llrown--
vilh- Hag .-ay-:
The government of Nuevo Leon and
t'oarVui'a in rospon.-o to the petition of
Cipl. Manuel Low In behalf ol the Mexico-
Texan oitiaODI of Bojar county has pub-li-hcd
a deeree directed to the prefect of
tho di.-trici of Kin lirande setting aside a
portion of laud for the iiccoincdution of the
2HII families which it says have treated for
I hair removal to the soil of Mexico. The
tract of land i-1 lint knows as El Remolino
and though private property provision is
made for thi ri cuneration of the ownen
and direction i- given that the land be laid
off ill town lot- wit i ) suitable labors for the
convenience of the farmers of the colony
Here then is a chance for such as
imajrinc thai they have not justice from the
laws of thoil adopted ci iinlry to nturn to
thai of their nativity. We doubt not that
en equal liberal provisions will be made
for all such as many apply.
ay- The Houston Telegraph suys that
the mill of the Messrs. Harris at Harris.
burg was burned lately. Also thai a child
of Julia Sehoiiet about tWO year- old was
found dead iu the bayou. Tho Telegraph
says it- subscription ! i i increasing vary
There hai becu .. id deal of tickneu
in Houston the presi nl month although
;.. mortality lis been - than lor the
month of July Tl i apor also
montions that '. 1 ire Company No.
i i. ordereda new trm-k frcm Sew lork.
t a in i a i si lit tvis i i mi.
fPAKKH up Li) Win Mct.'iiteheii Km . unH En
trared before .1 ll Kry J V Ikres ho.i nt
horses of ths Nlewtni diserlpttoni One aruj
spsnifh mare 8 orl oui i.i it bands blab
branded .Ml on tha left sboaMer nmi spaam
iiniiui mi the h-rt iii'mh. Valued at Wo. Also
one yearUag aorrrl eon ratasdatfjlo. Also ne
ilitrk brown ipanlah inure siiiiih liraml on the
left hip bnaaad .ill mi the laftshonldar smi '-tun
left jaw. Valued at If 30.
Taken up bj A It Maegbter and Betrayed be-inn-
T. w.Niiian. Eq a brown or dark bj nan
mine years otd ll haiui.- blfb sobranoaone
whits spot on left sMa of the neck. Valued t
Taken np by P. W. Mowlta ud Etru)eil b
fore Justico Gravaa two onrtam horsea described
a follows : One a sorrel Liirno with bald fee
roil spot batman and nther above Um ov-ob tisx
main mill tail 14 Id) hsnds blfb 6 or 6 years old
branded on the nnr thigh with s Uexlean hrxml.
valued at In dnllars. 'I he other s yellow ihin
horse abont 14 hands Ugh star la forahead nail
right liiml foot whiUi ahout :i yearn old brauileil
.IV ni the near thich. Vnliud nt :r
-1STKAYr.il from tin ttndarstgned liviuc on
li hurne creek Ooryall oonutj nn the first of
Her is;7 one norrel liisro nine yosr s old ahotit
I 141 band! high Willi Mam i" the luce mime
addle marks rides well aad naoaa. Also one
sorrel mare bur years oU MIS baodi high with
a small star la the forehead berrighl tm foot
turns out tin left hue. the largest Until the
mares arete Irish branded with li and mar not he
vit) plum. I will ijivc liberal reward for tha
deliver "I the above or n Information will he
thankfolli received. Address lv.ry P.O .MoLen-
nuti ciiuntv Texas
viii:i.-:"tw. ELIJAH BUBCH.
Till: MATE or TEXAS. (
Cim NTV in TRAVt! S
llii Male of Tuti! lolht Sliirijl Kj'Triiriftiniiitll
. HBBBA81 Mury Behmldt.aresldentciUsen
nl the laiil county of Travis liss tiled In r
Jackson and Davis who killed lien.
Welborn's overseer in Fort lleod county
-oiue tin. ilooe have beeu admitted to
bail bj Judge Ball lo bonds f 180000
and 1x0000 respectively If tlii- case
v a- oailaoie wiiat case is not; -iiuinn
In the ens- of the Btate vs Monroe foi
the murder of Miss Qilhaady reported by
us as a auioide last week thi examination
befi re the magistrate oloaed on Wodnesdaj
evening and resulted In Mr- Monroe
being bound over in 96000 to gnawer al
the next District ('ourt. Monroe waa ar-
lea ted yesterday Homton Telegraph
Oa the 19th Inst In J T. Oreves Esq. .i
the reatdenes of tin bndeslo Au-tin Mr Larkln
I! Moor.- in Mrs Mnrv Lee
-tilioli IU nil I'llice ulli'UIIIK IIIIII "11 1
I: i he mairiad foe defendant John Sehmldt ami
tl ti afterwards he was guilty ofsnefa exoessasarn
el i raatmeat sml outrages tow tml her as to render
their livinc together msnpportable Tlmt dnrlng
the n ih nl Angus! A. D. 1886 anprovokad he
-urM d and threatened to kill her with an nxo rob.
eedng in-r to such other ootrages daring the said
month ami the sueeeedlag tall a rendered iln-ir
llVlllC tncetlier illHUppiirtshle. Alld fiilcilic her tu
lean him and preying for a divorce b) lepurn-
tlno from the bonds ol matrimony from the said
.In ll Bcllliuilt mill whelens the plallltlll Ilka umde
nttldavil before me that the residenc of the asid !
Jiilui Hehiiudt i unknown to her.
These are therefore to command yon to sum
in ii the muiI John Schmidt by cauama this citation
in I brief statement to be pnbliahed tor four aue.
oeasive wis-hi prior t" the return day thereof in
the IVm- Slate daiotte. a weekly newspaper
piiblisbed in the citj of Anstia euunty of Iruvin
fexas to be and appear I dure tin llm Dlstfiet
Court ol Travis eouaty Texas to be held at the
court house thereof iu the city nt Aiifctin. on the
math Monday after the first Honda in October
A 1. I'i". then und there to answer p'aoitill's
pi-iuioii oi vvi n-h the foregoing citnt.i.n is a brief
statement Hereto foil not but due service aad
return herct inaki as prescribed b law under
i Spain' and piuuutiel
vx Cln - 1 riuia I low ii iini miiiin
raivr.Hsnv a i.oi iiia.
Mi nn ai. 1)1 I'AK I mi:NT.
rpHK. Annual Course f Lecturea in thi Ii-
I oartmrnt will cnniH M MONDAY. No
vember I i. I !."- and will le-iniiiagi in ttie en-
jAMt'.a .lnm-. M I). l'rnlenmr of I'rsetiea
.1 U Kllinr.Li. M. II . Professor of C'lietniatry
Wslim N BTOUn M p . PwfbSSOt of Hurgery.
A. II Ci x-As- M D. rrolaiir of ObstetriOS.
Ol miah a A NiilT M D I'rnfeMiir of Materia
T (. KiriUMnmiN.M. Dl"rnfosaoruf AuliiniJ
Thomas lit NT M. 1) . Proleamr of I'hyaiiilogy
H. E. Ciiaii.i.i M ll I Detimnatatiira of
W. 0. Nn inn I M I). Anatomy.
The Rooms for DlssaotlB will ba open on the
saooad MoadAy in Oetobar
The liiciilty are VbdtiOf I'liyiiieiiiiia and
rn .-- ot tin Charity llenpital.
The Htuileiitaarcoiiipany ttoPiofbsaar in their
viafta aud Iree of aipeuae enjoy ettrndnrdi-
nary pructieul auiaiiaee.
Preliminary In the COUffJ Eeetlirea will be
daHverod dailj in the Ampattliaatre oi the Hos
pitnl Irnin the 1st ol October 00 Clinical Medi-
cine and (Surgery ami other subiis'tg without any
eluirre to Student
THOMAS HUHT M D.Dsaa.
Tha Administrators of the Charlti Hospital
alaot annually iu April I'ourUien Keaidenl Stu-
dents who are maintained by the Imoitutioa
Nu I vo III till IstNuv .
"SALT 1 IMVKHSITV HfflBT
100.000 Aeren t laetlontl
Oji it Credit if twenty feu's
NOTICE i iH'p'iiy hi i'ii tliiu tin Dodflrttnad.
ikfKlt Ol tiV Btftta Of Tf;iH. UpOtotM Mid
odtamiMloned n h EiocHetey H. ft. BUM
NKLK Owttnwt ibi-rt'ol iu pttflUOM f tlie
i ! i-mns ff All Act until"! uti tu'' 'li-i"- i'1""
and i-ftl" ot tlit Inm-Tinty Ldtiiii ' ApuntTod
Aiitfut Wth l.'iti will MooMd to -ci; At public
bllctiiHl. St tti tillH'B IH 'i'ii''-r. U'-r iii'.u ; Itjcil-
t'mni'il tliHt (turtloti of tin CJotrofttty Lmdi
boralnutt r dolfottidj bt mi:. ii notr u pnei
cable the lltorolM 1001 lOM tod lrntitml OttotA
ftr MrroySi the BMO ;!i bo) W lr M nid
Itimih btVO bffii rabdWldod and prepftfOd lii fill'.
Said Mottom will be fill in tgoMtor notioni ot
tfaottof lt)' MfM t'Mi'li. tad t .'! -lieu Hfotium
and lOtVttl aroordiui; tt thfir roipootf TO 000
Until xr nOOOOtoOtl iff thfir roipootin nbdl
vivioui to wit:
At Warn. MrlMiimn rtunty. befijtOfiill OH
KoudiT Octobor 25tta -;
At OrotaT ill' Hunt ooootr boflnologoo Mon
day Nwainbof 1" Itt8.
At Bonfaam Panoln oounty bofftnotng on Moo
day. MoTenbor B9 1868.
At siii'rnmii Qrayton oounty boginnlng on
Uunday liooomoor is. lotw
Ai Qatnearllle Coota eonnty. beginning nn
Monday DeoombortTT 1868.
At each (lac the nalfi arid onnttnue fhrni day
i m1.i till concluded.
in bjiuKATIOK "I" HI. LAKDI TO BR lOLD
in Cooke Oocnrrv.
In League No. 8 Baotlooi No. i. '.. 5 7 unit 9
KIMWIV ftOTH I..
IOIMIKI) in jail in this plac- on the VTth dr I
i of 1- ehruary IK.N Yi.fr. Man. abont
iiaraoiii oara eonaiettoa. wriililn about ITi
pouiida. nl dull mind and alnw apoton ; aaya hi.
i.aiini ia Jim "inl waa hrnuafat to 'IViu laat fall
from tlm Htt. uf (Jixiritia by a man named jobn
(tailor. Ssya h left th aaid Oailnr in Naon)t-
dOgjbtl eeiililv . ai I that ho waa i"ilinel in tlm
Naent-deelii-s jail aud hrokn jail al.nnl I hi
JOHN 1). HAMILTON
Aug 7nor4 tw Shrriffnl Ku.k Co
ONE certificate for MO arrr. of laml i.aurd Ui
tho undoraianfd liy the Secrotary of War of
tho lain itppniiiio ofTataa. ff lalhnnattuB ia
not leeelredlB tbo time praaerlbed by law appli
cation will he madn to Ih" prnper nutnority nn i
T M DENNIS.
I. H jand 7.
14 ft and 7
I :: 6 : ami '.'
1- Sections 78 Tracta
In KaNNIN Col xtv
In Leagne No I. Beetlons No
ot the St
in A ust i
I niirt. and the nnpre.
tiicreol. atlaehed at oi
this 15th AuKu-t A ll 1868
Come to hand August 85th 1858 and executed
he ama bj ordering to he puhliahed iu tho State
i.el:.'. ;. vveeklv naner publibhed in the city of
Trsv i i-iiuntv .
. return day
lor tour sue
rettOOS Rtd Ira" se '. I
IX 111 .si CO! M V
i. ::. ... : i.m1
13 and ft
I and It '
l j ml IS
I 36 '.I and 11 A
i- and :n
16 83 and v-
13 16 80
lit. and 4-.'.
.'.I ami 41
1 JJ. 117 and 39
Leagues Nns -' A " n tiu l
'. 10 18
I .1 ft i) and '
8 4.7 - aud H
I. :i 5 7 9
1 3 6 and 7.
I 3.679 1113
I... 17.1!'.'l & 83.
j ;:. :.. 7 and 9.
I. 3 579. II. 13
r. is is -to. au.
.1 M BLACKWELL
sirr.Jf" e Trims
1 I ilD
tn thia city diuguit 9tfa( John Boohuaa aged
'- - ra. Tne deceamd waa native oJ Canada
anaol Bootefa dei anl He came to Texai during
boratruggloforlodepi ndeoooand borean honorable
part in tiifin. He till'. I leveral itatloni and dla
charged bia duttea wltb promptitude and faithfu
nfKH. Haleavei maat fiienda and i famil) oi ln
toreatlng children to mourn in- toaa.
in:. Bount; atamots Issaed t- Tin mas
Yj'.i ii i l-; M. I. .liuis. eiu-ii lor SMaereaofland
the numbvrs aod dales not remembered. II not
heard from InOOdays application will bi made
nt the proper apartment for duplicates
M i:u & WALTON
I lOnlls-Uvv As--nt lm o.vn. :
I.VIIIU ix nn ; i.v.l- nil Ml.
rii.MxEN np bj .Mm. I Harris aad astray ed be-
l fore Fianklln Jubnsoo J P. a bo ia mule
ai. ut 13 bands blgfa two spaoiafa brands on the
left thigh one (lucid iiini.. theother branded
thus A. on the ruht thigh n of u dark brawn
c.lor. and i about tenyeara old. Appraised b)
l ho. C Oatt. and n. II Bolder ai $40
vlOnS :i l: -rk C. C. W Countv.
THE STATE OF TEXAS j
( in x it OF Tnxvi i
'(. M.lr e TutU In ll"
HEREAS Mary Behmidt Plaintiff to the
case ofMarj Schmidt vs John8ohmtdt.No
1663 pending In the District Court ol the said
count) ol Travis in the itate of Texas bu Bled
in mi i dice certain Interrogatories to be pro.
pounded In behalf ol the Plaintiff to Francis
ji iii non residuary In the said eonnty ol I'ra-.is
! n- ilsabool lo leave the said eonnty notloe Is
herein given to the aaid Defendant that afti r tl-is
not r i shall lav.- been published aocordlngtu law
. 'iv-davs I will lssuo a commission to take
lUe an.wera ol ino saiu wiineaa iw mio m lawi
.u are then fori i itnmended t'
runvolnn notice to I"- published in :l
. ii- a newapaper published
Travis for thirty -lavs.
Hen ill lull lo". hill mate
Witness !'ia:ih Brown dork of
aaid 1 i.urt. and the iiupies. ot tin
teal then nf tbb 86th day of August
BROWN CI'kQ.C T.C.
u band August 86th 18 aud axeeuted
. .i ... i l.i: . i :-
ama uv orai nn. in. i-uun i ua uuviwuvu in
il... siuie Qsse tto a uawapapcr pueiisneq in me
oltv of Austin Trai oounty for thlrti days to
the return da) ' M BLACKWEtL
Shurill. T C.
33 36 :.
41. 43 18
49 i. -'. I 7.
nail I "J.
::. ;. A -. 1.3679
tionsaad Free Sect's. 368 Tract.
IX IlfN I COI NTV.
Purveys numbered I :!. 57 9 11. IX I
81.83. 35 :: 89 3131
Is MiT.k.xsvx Cm - iv
1 1 and
I XilVI-MM T OS' A.IIVII.I.K.
i. ooLLtttun BBPAsmnr
.1 BHUtm Liminhv M. !.. 1) 1) Chancellor
ol'tho l"niveraitynud PfOnsjOf oftTieiunitry
COI I. K. J.hinjs.in Hiipcrinteudaiit of the
Militarv Collei-e uud rrofeator ol BogtOMP
.Ivxif F. IIamm.iox. A. M. PrOMSOl "f
Mnthematie" Nuturul Phil.iaophj snd A-
tronumy. J. H. BTBWAJtT AM Prnfe.siir of tlreek and
Latin I nin.nn:" - and Liicrature
i' L J Tiivaaina A. H. Pwioasor of Fronel
(J H Bt.VMi- A M . M I) ProlbMor of Bota-
ny and Natural lliator).
u.-v. .l.w . lf.ivTK A M. M li Protessorof
Mental ami Moral Philosophy mid Hihlicsl
j. K winktiin.m. ii. Bargaoa
'l'he Kirat Term of the next Aoadenrill er.r
eomnanoas 00 the ''nth of September and the
he H 1 Term 1 1th of l'ebruarv
'l'llitioll. Iluardine W'a.l mi- I'uel Hooi i
Servants at tendance and t'.e ol Arms .'J.I nil per
Terar atatriimlation Fee 96. Btndenta ara ra
quired to tarnish thoir rooms which ean be done
j at a moderate ehafga by rent or porehase. Bn
glneering Frenob .Spanish Qoraan iirawine.
I Hook-keepiuc and I'eiu-iiic eaob Ijiln per Term ol
Iii the refiular CoUagmte t'nur.e. the ancient
reputation ot the fniveraity for Belenttftn and
t'lnsHical Senlarrhit- will be inaintnined and at
the same time every facility ailorded tin e who
desire lo iniraue a pa'inl course. Besides the four
recnlar fjolleue Cfasses there is alan a Preoars
ry OlaU. Btadanta under 11 years of ace will
no' he admitted.
Ilv ibe aid of Military Discipline effective
government is established and health physical
culture ihhI i.rder aud industrious habits are pro
For Catalogues or additional Information up
ply to any Member.!' th1 K acuity
II -MEDICAL DEPARTMENT
Sl sos H M.
'i leventh Annnal Oonrse .-i Lectures in
ti;-. in. i tntion will cimnneiie .ui Mnnilav the d
; November next and continue till thriirtof
the ensuing March.
TiiovmsH Jivvim. M. D Professor nf Anat-
liuii'.u.x Lixdslrv 11 D. Professor of
Chemistry and Phannaey.
K. xVix-iT.is M. D. rrofetsorof Materia
Medleaand Medical juriiprndence.
II. Dlimvxax M. I). Professor ol Surgical
Anatoinv and rnyslology.
Jons M. w'viMis M. D. Professor of Obstel
ricsand ths lli.eaf-es uf Women und Children
PaiTL ' Kit. M D. Prolesior of 1'rimiple. and
Practice of Soraerv.
: W K HuvvLiMi. M. li Professor of Institutes
aud Practice uf Medicine.
William T. Bnrooa U 1 Adjunct Prolossor
and IJeinonitri-t.r nf Anatomv.
liaatomlea Rooia. will be opened for Btsdants
. un the lirst Mouday in October (the r.rh).
A Preliminary Cearssof Leclurea free tu all
I Btndenta will beglveB by the Professors coin-
I iiieu.inp also on the fi ret Monday of October
The Tennessee Btate Hospital under the direc-
1 tion of the faculty i "pen to the ('lus. tree nf
A Cliniane i.s. been estabUahad laoonnectlon
wit! the t'n'.v.-r- itv. nt which operation are per-
I funnel and rases prescribed inrau 1 lectured upun
! in the presence of the claaa.
Amount ol reea tor i.eeiiire is ju'.i; name
illation ice paid one. only ;. S1"'; Piaokloal Anato-
my i0: Onduatioa fee f8&.
Good boarding can be procured for att to $1
ier week. "or lurther intormation or Catalogue
ipplv te W. K. BOWLlNfJ M li.
Lean of the FaottRy.
Nashville. Teal inl. lJ.rs-
THE Reholn.tic v ear.cnmpri.ing the fourteeotii
and lifieenth.c.iinns. will c.mmenre on
TBI FIRST MOND.W IN RKITKM'R
In addition tn the. teaehera nf the past year
the Principal would inform the friend of the lo
litutn that he haa aecure.1 thn aertices of a Pro
fesaor who speak and writes the
lor particular. .ee(;auloue or address
B. J. SMITH A. M Principal
YOUMi MAN claiming the Tint atetn. of
re.perteliility. from Virginia wnbn to take
larae of a .mall sebovt (a pruate family pre
lerrcd). in muie healthy la-ation in Teia. beinc
idborwisa a desirable .itustion. On the i.tHen
teniber or a .hurt time thereafter be will be
road) to eiiL-Ki:- ju ii aeaaion
A. n testimonial of proficiency he can brine
a.niranc-a of two yesra' attendance at the I'm.
ver.ity of Virginia in the acbool. of Oreek
Latin Matlieiiiatic M.aleru Laniruagei Mora!
Ptnlii.npby and Political Economy
E.pc.-iai proficiency U Kusran'teed in all the
practical branches of a thorough English Kdura
No I v-olll till O.-t I
Imgrttt Avnne irn lWr. nhe'e
Uuffau't Drug Store.
MENTLEMENS riothing made to rd.r
VI eordlag to the newesl style
new in his ne.v shop where he u prc
.-v.- ni uruers uiui winch he ma.
" prompt neat and .kiiiful mas.
l. C. I Itl I'lAV Jr.
!. rut l.inl n I OoOectmg AienU
At .-1I.X TKXAS.
Ilailroini I inula Obiu in I niiD i
l. SHALL ITARTabanl thendf Je
- uai in ui asempmi 1:1 i'a.
Insorvstions between the Hraro
i.ers aud nan Nleetoboiaa isnda
I hesa land are aiming the ri-hwt
nen wniereii an. limbered Tin
Mail Route to the Pseifio
V P. K. It.
in the State
runs n.-sriT parallel Wi ll lhi ..J ;....
-cc- It near the Colorado. The combined t
ae. ol these i.iute. superior soil water and tin.
b.-r and nBrivalled -limate are inducing the rapid
ettlemen nf these Ian. I. ..... . c.
Ilil'L.talil . ill
them amongst th most valu.ble in th.
ibe alternate vacant .ectin in th w.
ire held by the St.lt- - M pr r K
ocationsadloinituiL will be nr.. i-JLT'
Ihaii the av eiaLe ot the reserve Itaslf l.Ur ei
perlenoe guarant i o.d .election. 1). c Kre.
man saocessor nf U V. t (i K Freeman haT
lug been engaged oli ic.Htlni( f .
-even -ears and Wiliia Cloud Iiari4 bee "I
several years surrejor in Coeku LTentaa .i
renng land . ItatrleU. Partfa fiaw2Safa1
an L!tt tLfin bi Cam .1.00 i;- ..L:.-.;
10D. C. Freeman J- rt&ZTZ
Um Ctoud ItelknaB.TaxM. Term." I ..""
one third ol tl .1 laud r I." cents pr nere
- WM OlsOOD.
"" 10-tf 'J-L'.EREKMA.V.Ja.
.lOM IH loP
mi li.-r-. Mnhr .Silver
NllKKrv- A 'IM K AUHT7V TtXTJ.
Will piy nartlcular attention to j.ir.
-iul'. All u-.irL --J .. .xiairar.
.... . . . .l t( .
- . -..
lit. sh.i. a...
snd in a workmsnliks manner. ""tic
itri rn-v Miit
Beetions and Fractional Sections iiuinher.-d. I. it.
: 7. -1.10. 19 H' 17 19 80 84 88 '.'-. :r-J. ::: 35
:tr 39 41. i - 15 17. 49 ."i" '!. M. 56 '7. .7). ill.
63 an.l 05. st3 Sections 138 Tracts
in the eouiitv ot
due return of th
VN election will
giay The Central Texlao mantioni min
at Audcrson wliicli u suyi wun not ganara
and some of the farmers
i:i.i:i i i.r. mitiii
n will he bald In Travis oounti on
leventh day ot Bantember.
A. 1). IH.'.e f.r one countv 1 i- i--i.i . nf
fravls eounty to beeleeled intbepuH fjohn
W. Brown win fu-led toquallfj aspraseribod
Poll will ba opened at tbafollowtna nlac.-s:
Prectnet No I. Old Treasury building) 'I bos i
r sneed presiding omeer.
Prooluol Nn -.' Millers Livery Stable: iVm
Uyrd presiding officer
Preciool No3 rin-m sebool incise: FellxE
Smith presidiog ofBrer.
I'r.eim-t Nn '. Bacon's ollice : .lame C rter
presiding offfo. r
Precinct No5 -ciinui iiis). Uaac WeUbabn
presiding oiHci r
Precinol No 6 sahool bouse . '. C. Resgcrs
Precinct No 7 Wm. Bradfbrda hou . W
Bradford presiding ufll. r
Precinct Nn . M. kledlios house: .Ins.il
1 the law -.re ;s ti
Si i t. That ill.- tenai nl snob -al- be a
credit oi tweniy years beariag laterestat the
lute of eight p.-r com. per annum the purchaser
ui pay i" tin '1 reesurer. of the statu ut the cud ot
each year after th day ol 'ale the Interest die
on thi purchase mune) and onetwentietfa pari f
tbeorlg i'i! purohaae moaey. The purchaser to
iiiv- i- ;-! with two or more gnod securities lor
the amouni nl the parcbaaa money and interest
thetcnu after which lie shall receive fnmi the
person making the sale u certihci.t.- nl his pu
cha- an. I ti:
VIMtMIX .11 ioii.-i.iii.
rpilE twenty-secni.il i..nual cour.e nf Lectures
17. lit I will eommeaaa in this School on the first
37 39 and IL 81 Monday In November and close the last ol Feb
r.i.rv. i.inier the following arrangements i
i.t xsninii I' V ni.i 1 1 M H. Professor of
Physiology uud Pathologioal Anatomy.
Ili'Njvxnx N I'almkr M. Dm Professor of the
Princlpli s and Practice of Burgary
J LvwniMi Smiiii. M. D. Professor of Medi-
oa Chemistry and Toxlooloiry.
ROBBHT .1. lli;i:Ci.iMlll.i M ). Professor nl
Mi torte Medics a:id i'herapeutics.
M l). rroiessor or Clinical
N" 11- I III xt.
ON OflNOilBftl aNKXUl'
One Door txne Smith t iik
z: 111(1 itn.i k... .1 ...
indies Ktahiag fo bam 7" """"
iZ nrY.tr.!il"2 !& V" -ni ful!
va ' :.f -- vuf i. sir
i Wili BTOr fM
'.iTing det- A
UKNttV HOLLA Mi.
I f AVISO lm
L L '
I- ARVK.V.v tn-i...
j.j u ..
nsalf pcriiiunentlv a. ...
r . i it
TBUU "I' svll:.
i.ai 1 land- call be sold lir less tbnn Juslll V I!. I'I INT
MS per acre sections l. ... I. and I..! Burger
rnniiMMii. s Bell m. d. rroiessor ol the
Theory aid Praetioe of Mediciue
l.i in illx.n row 1 1 1 m. U Professor ej Oj.
i V. . BKKSsiN M. D. )'rol'cor of Descriptive
snd Bnrgtoal Anatomy
S. M 111 mis-. M. . Piofessot of Clinical Mel-
OoOK M. D. Deuionstrator el
Fees fortheentire oeursefJ106. Matrloulatlon
aim Libran toaetner. $. Practical Anatomi
amount and t.-ins thereof aad I and Dissection (10. Graduation fee 885.
all have full) paid tha principal A lull Prelimlnan course of Lectures will bs
QlM Hofs'i.iN ami OoiBiNa
mg of the Iloutoii Ttlognph -ays ;
Gen lions' M :-... i to us that lie wil'
visit Houston tbil wiiiter for the barhcroua
purpop- fgbaving the editor of the Tule
graph He luuuils to ghavs I little under
tie skin ' Poor old man' It will be love's
labor lout We shall b- glad t hear liitn
however nail are williac- to Hike what
personal abuse he hat: iu store lor us if it
will bo aDy raliaf to him t be dclivi-reil ot
it Few persons enjoyeJ Iih last - 'I
here more than we did anj il g v.-ry ; r tu
'..lc that w. ttia.ll hear bia next with us
FaUIT. Tin editor of the San Antonio
Lerlircr ucknowledtres the receipt of two
"ileliciou.s paaabaa" 'rown in u! i'"Jen
of Mr. .Uui.'e Vance. This trentlenian has
beou i.-'tiii;-. the. capabilitifia nf the fan
Antonio region as a fruit-Rrowinp; munlry.
His suecesn has been very eratifyini' The
wcr still corupluin- Lefrer advises uny con havinn doubt! on
this head to visit the garden of Mr anco
uml bccouie convinced. There is little
doubt nf the oapaoity of Texas soil to pro-line-
fruit nf almost uny kind
TT" We learn from the .Icflersoo Herald
that there has been liuc rains about Jeffer-
son recently it is thought too late for the
cottoD crop which will be out considerably
hurt by tbe diougbl. The corn crop ia
s id to be the best ever raised. The Herald
.id- iscs its friends from the old States to
come to Texas while com is cheap and plen
tiful also says :
i i in . i. i ii. muiI.-
........ .............. .. :.. . n. ...
... ik. . m 1 l tri J " ... ...... . . i-.io-us. picsiuiim e nicer
. ""IT "'"''"eooi" '"" ' I'ricinct No 0.11 Leavitfs buns.
ua nuuiun piiiur.s j nut mey win qo tins
I am free to predict for uny other oonrse
would ba Ipaonilatent with the entire spirit
of their conduct and lonvors.itiou Nor
an I alone iu this opinion ; every Qaotlle
bore who is not silent upon the lubjeot
takes the sunie view of tin- case and cs
peeially thos-c who have had largest ex-
perience union" this people.
If the fears id "Sigma" are well founded
there is great danger of a rupture with
these misguided bigott- They Hem to pos-
St ss Ijttle iu common wuh citizens ol other
purli of tho I'liion an I nie botttle ut
heart to our institutions.
ii ll Old-
presiding i tli
Precinct No in. Oldham s houss i
ham. presidiog offleor.
i i.-ciiit.Ni ll Watson's house- i
The above nnuu-1 ofRoars will hold said eee
tion and uiake their return in accordance with
. s- . Qlven under mi bund and - ai ol
'I Sl ..IC. Ma tl.. .' 1.1. .1 .. ... A t IQK.U
... ... ...... . .- . . -.lm- ..
tlF0. II IIKA.
In.-I Justice T ('.
i j ; s
V 1013 !
Hilvlh The Brownivllle I-'ii of Au-
gust lHth sayn:
During the pa. t week a loitrluciu has ar-
rived from the interior of Mexico with the
large amount of $1100(100 iu ailver des-
tiued for shipment
Sale or Poisonous Dkuaa. - .lohn
Romer. a druggist's clerk in New York
plead guilty of manslaughter in tee fourth
degree for having carelessly sold a pol -
It.i I LRU! n NOTK I .
IIIKKL will ben meeting i lhe Board of
Trnstaai of tin kustin am' Brenbam Ballrnad at
Am tin. mi Satiir.l . I i rili day of Sept. ueit
at in 0 fines A. ai l lie -inire hoard are re-
.pic.ted to he present as then- i. bu.ine.a nf nn-
portal as In be attended to.
: .irtliKK OP TUP. PBZBIDKN 1
J V. BTbaL Sec A. A. K. R. K.
John u M'xmniN . jmi t i riniiY
MAXON A viniin.
QKNEBAL LAND AOEKTH
HLKEHy tendi-r their SOTViOM to their friend
iu the different Portions ol the Slate aud to
public generally a. General Aceut. for lhe
ale ot land tn middle
Location purchase and
and western tens
Tl. ev ttatter rhHn.j . tl.A. !.... 1...... ....
.... J -Ll.l. .1 .1... J..1 ( .. .:.':.. --" -"" .u.. ...... .. AFr-
ous urug wiiiuri riiuscii ..tu Mi.... ... wi riru.-e iii mini matters and their extensive ac
1 ill-" ui.coiuiitioiial Certiiicate lir 640 acres
nf land 84 olasi. dated June 10 1840. Issued tn
George W. Hillaid from Harrison eonnty. if
in t beard trom within ths time prescribed bj law
application will be made to the proper depart-
ment Inr a duplicate. .
Am.:uii"i ef ".J" acres ol stnne bv
vlnuli-'.Kv CHASDLEU I'I'ItNEK. Att vs.
HGADBIOH1 Ceri Bi ate No. 98 for 380 neres
nf land issu.sl by the board of 'aud Pwdml..
.iei'.-rs ut Austin eonnty Idth i eh. i-sii toBI
ramBnlllngei Dlessbei rdofwithln 00 days ap-
plication will I-'- made for ii duplicate.
lAMh's HII.I.YAKl.. In Ins ageul
1' DoCoilPOt v.
It I NAWA1 NKOHO.
CiOMMITTED to the Jail of Williamson county
on the .ith inst. a nagra man about 83 years
i. Id. about o 18 leet algb of dark color with a
-car on his breast ivvo or three Inches in length
quick spoken and appears to be a tolerably smai t
i. ftV says his name Is Jobn and first that he
belongs to Jobn Hi-aveis and noa? thai he belongs
11 Jihn Long who reside netir tOgalfar in
II .Ustnll Cf.llllty. Sllid liecru vvole when lalo-'l
a common suck with a pair of lituii n.-tuts '1 be
nirk is branded 11 B W. Anderson foXM Wi-
ws. riding a biowu horse bout Ih years "Id.
.oiuewhat cr.'Oke.l bat K and ..bout !' hands Inch.
ria la therefor to ive notice to the owner
tu come forward pay charges and take him awaj
or he will be dealt wnh aoinrdnie to law.
i: 1 UOMABON Shcnil W V
by .i.niN .1 Ana Jailor
i hjorgetown l exus. Ang 19 '.. Nod
III. IMS AMI. I .VI.
'PHIS uatitUtion will open for ll.c re-
1 caption "I pupil oil the I'.th of Septeinhi-r
It Ii earnestly hoped that -ill who wish to enter
.r the next session will do so at the coinu -c
u -ill Tne blind from evei y portion of the State
die entitled lo an education it f charge for
I oard and Tuition. It is expected that they will
dsfraf their espell.es to and from the Asylum.
also furnish thamielvei all necessary nothing
Ail letters should ho addressed to 1. li Light-
foot M D i Superintendent for the Blind Asylum
Aug91. Ts Mo 8
subscriber on tljster
Btity on the '.'Hth ult .
iiiv NLQHO MAN Charles Said man ll about r.
feat 6 inobas high light made weighs ahuut I2i
pound.. audit reryflghtoompbulon ami itralghl
h.ir Bl may attempt to pass biosalfal awhiu-
man or a Mexican 1 bought him lour enrs ago
in Shrevepnrt and ho mav make for that placed. r
he may try to net to IgexUSO I will pay thoabore
reward for his apprahaasion
iufuattl N- !
I Interest of bis purchase the Commissioner ol I riven brtbe raonltr. eommencing nn the first
the General Land Office shall liana to him aad I Monday in October at which time the Dissecting
his heir.. - r assigns a patenti Provldal flat I Booms will alio ba opened.
notblogiu this BOl shall be so construed ua to Clinical lu.iructinn will be iveu mice a
prevent any purchaser bis heir. or assigns of week at the Louisville Miriy Hospital rromtha
iich lands from paying at any tints he may desire .t ot i... ther till (hacVass of the sessh 0.
the whole amount of the purebase monei andlo-l A Cllnlnna haa also bean established iu cun.
terc't ami m doins ' hall receive a patent fur. motion wi'.h tho Vuiver.it) nt which oparatlnps
tie -anie. I tjrii ycrfeimevi and cases prescribed tot and Ire
Sic ." A. ofteu as any purchr.jy. nil i. ' li'red uiuiu in presence of the class.
lands shall till to pay the amouni to. Mt?jext and rorturtberinfbrmatloD apply I
. I the surr.n..li.r. I..'... """
.. . - . .
neatness ami .1
Bhepn Ducr Aeeuue.ltlow Sir
"' ' i'a of fir Mr.
Austin. .Imie IB. a44.1
.in -is jrar.
nn. KiKi.iix siHn
T BCl t . I TAb y1?'' Uker'. SELECT
uleW " .' u K i01? LADLES AND
UI' .T. S( .... ..vr... . ..
IbtSS. Arr..g8ti..ni.h.l "L"'"Vl "
lhe m r ' hl''" '"J" 10 .w-iire
mo. b. h ll.elT.apa r. and the
. :"-- -e- U lUC Will i
;r . ". '"'.I Engiiih
"" "ie.'i:iil M.KleniLa
" r I
'lai Ldll n
ntajh iat Urn
T.iu. nt I
ih'' USnal Inl
ie I l.ilio s d Q
Ai slin '. I ; '
i.:v'ii in all ti-
::"iof ol. v i ' j.!..
i .....r.i iLrtiian ij tsenu.-.u
111 be taught i the Set art
rear f-n uf .c
" "i as heretofore.
- win r charged for Isaaoat .
ni'at.andfurtiieaaaoi the Pun
Takajiup iv Uaaha Buntun aad ntrayaibafbre
..:. '"'T'""''1""i; aan '"'"e. black
installment ot bis pun la. -..lien .lie ;uv is due
the tlnveruor .!! .a (a! Sams :-i bl sold
again afirn .uirlv days' notice by pu1 lie auctior.
(utiut uic'ci bidder at tha oounty seat of tbe
oounty where the land is situated the terms i
sin h -: 1-- shsll be that the purchaser shall pay i ra
cash the amount then due on the land and the
costs of the sale and tor tin- resi hie of the pur-
chase ini-nev he shall have the same number of
year as then' remain to ru-i i I
credit interest at eight per cent in I
annually and the principal to be paid at e4u.1i
l. p.vamilll.m. n
AuTnO. I Lean ol llc Fsastt)
The Indianapolis Journal andCaasville Jour-
nal I11.l1au.ii Springfield Register Illinois; Mi
s-oiri Kepublloan at Liwls and Observer '"-
luinbia. Mnsouri . 'A'rne IienuiTat and Qasette
Little HiX. Aik: Slate Ga'-ltc Austin and
Nevi Caidf aston Texas 1 Now- Orlsani Picayune
'hi.-I.'- I'f.nriei .lit li. nn Mlssi.sini.iaLi. :lll
the ur'g.nai i Aberdeen Independent Miss i hoiaaos Hssette
l.id Ihorenn vrll Al.l.a i nn I lis -III -f.lv. Al.xliSllia I Nasll.
bond aud r. 1 cue a
a purchaser lo ive u bk
k. certificate a at origlruil
ville ll-iiiner ami I n .t a -1 Usamphi. Knquirer
Tenn ami Lexington Observer w. will publish
t.-e ai e to amount ol 8jo and lead hill to the
Howl of t. -ill. inc.
ICintaxt nt -
I X.ANAWAY from th.
I Creek Kurt Hend
v. iv iirlniuv
Rituated on ' mmon street npp
TMIK regulsr Coursi of Leoture. In thl. lu.ti-
tutlon will commence on MONDAY the loth
November I AM and continue twenty weeks
Ki.r 19 i-ix.-h settler upon my nf said tra. t.
ol land offered tor sale shall have th" ril.t I. take
the tract upon which Lis iuiprovctu nti . or the
greater part thereof shnli b situatod af I ia
highest and best bid tht maj beoffhredfoi the
same plnvided that -uch bid sha'l let bl C!I
thau three dullaii per acre.
Si Yi I lit p.irtn-s or.-l.nsi.i. in.-crr IBS
nrmi.i.ins ef this . t shall have the right t" sell
il.- land purobaaed by bim or bar undet ths pro En vatiiMP Pfumttn M.D.ProfessorofTWor)
vise i s.t tic s.t ai an' time but the land s.. yg practice of Medicine.
sold shall in mi ' a-'-- V held liable lor the prill v. i in .TA. PEKISTOI M. W Prule..r ol
eipal and Interest unpaid uuder any sale in aVor Phy.iideg
oi the State. . iiul uhrst lien or iiieitgage is henby ! Al -TIN Pi IM M i . Professor af (Tin. Med
declared to exist iu (evorof ths State ss a so-1 jmi Auscultation and Percussion
runiv for iho payment of principal and inter st I Tuqma! Pix'-i'ix.M 1. . Emeritus Prof nl
to ali lands sold as above pn scribed ciin. Me.l ami Au.oultatlon and Percussion
per. mis dialling further Information nut) apply Bahuu. OttopPlst. M P.. ProCsssor ol Bargery.
at the General Land Office r t the Surveyors nl I save L Cm... OUR M D. Professor ol I 'hem
tl uunties in which the lauds are situated' or to istry and Medical Jurisprudence
me In parson at each place ol ula where I shall I Bow AUD SMITH M 1) Prefassoi of Materia
be for several days previous to opening the .ale. ' Mediea and Tberaneatloa.
The sale will he made by the official map I ir ' Joitx M W Pi. I N . M 1) Professor nf In.
' "anus nigh about In .arK j
aspaniah brand ..ml h p. and an uolltelUglbU
lUtb is.-. aolrolO-Sar.
M.ii'-. .. .V-.
'IKs. ii villi's hi-: MINAJtV
i 'iik Pi'ii .se.. MmJll
I lhe l.lh el S (Member.
A I uclci ui in '. i d el (nv h(.
iiiiiit nun t iii !"
e n iie.iongl Mud ar-
lading Lsndeape and 1 t
i and ( .... -Land. a;-r
ll Watel Clors Worsted
i-iiii- prrBiwaiuu ipayabl St half term
N-i kllnwanoe made for ncmaioaal hsmee
.Music and singing -.i p.i .
Nn l v.. ie .t.
'I'll ! nn ill i
I. of Hubert .-
Ill II I
lor three I liodred SUd
number und date not n
li 1 v. ill 111 tl
apply to the p.
l besstlrigbt oertifioate
-Slel ieUiri. CeillMl
twenty acres .4 land
ci Mooted If not heard
obild. He was seut to the l'anilBtitiary I Ji!i!liiIi;nl!.ro.''rIt.lbu 8t'te '" nurw loln
ga llHrKi LUUUQt Ul nsitrnnkjyc..
" Wa have a vast quantity of good land for three mrntbi vluo3-ly.
WM. IjHAV THOMAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
nished trom the Oeii.-ral Land nVe.
Viirchnser. u.ii.1 lc pr.-pa'..-l to execute unie:
with two or more g-uid ineoril '.. and reoeiva
their tWas otherwise the laud 1. .1 nil by ii. m
Will be resold belnro the lln.e of the sale '
JOHN IIFMtY B80WN.
Aiigusl T 1868 No. fig '!
IHKHKBY I n " . .1 all per. on. from trading
for or huviii-t -. pr missorr note executed bv
me to K. H Peck. I.r uiuc hundred nnliar. datsd
abotn the eth or 9vb April 1-' a) and payable P
ninnllir after date 1 b" cm. icratiou f.r wliioh
the .sine wa. given bus iml i and I aiu deter
mined nut to pay tbe same
JOHN HENRY HKOWN
lleltnu Aiijiust '.'. l-.-s No Is 1
nn. J. ii. 1. 11. 11 1 nun
rixKMil US In. profes.i.nial aervice. to the
1 sttiaaos of Austin and 1 cinity
at may be fuuadat the i.iBce of (Wham A
Watte damn the day.orathuissidaaoaatMuhl.
else uf onien and (.'bib'reii.
1 W.tiim M Him hi 1 1 M. I Prnfensor of Ob
Const 1 lis ('. Hi: vnn M O Prof. -s.r !
.1 K liKxii. M D. Oemunsirat.il of Anatomy.
The DilSeOtilU BoeniS wi" be opened on the
5th of October. Clinical Instruction will bs
p. ten daily iii the wards ol the Charily Hospital
and three times s week at thaCollegs I'"l" "sarj
where the patient! number abeul n- hundred a
week The d.stit gllislied ahilitis. ot Ir. A
Flint both as a leeturei and writer . u Cliuieal
Mediciue will her hud au admirable held for
' "The Professors will take pleasurr m aMIOg the
Studeut.it" procure cheap and eomfoitebll 1 ard
Amount of fees 1 1 lhe lull Cour.e. 1
1 e-iure. t KM UO
Malriculalino lee (paid hut one) '0(1
l.issectms Pea 10 00
(iraduating Pee !(( l)o
for an) further information address
E D FENNER M Ii . Dsau of Faculty
No 6 Caretsdelst stresi
New Oilsaai. Jans. lweb-A.7 aU
in.. prescribed h) .'. 1 will
. I department for a duplicate.
. C K A V Mi "NO
for ROBERT SWAB
' .. l I- - 1 "iv
I WH.l. give 9100 for tbe apprahaasion and
I lodgment in jail ol my slave HARMON
11 me 111 i atahiiula parish li.
-th "1 alarch last Said uecr.
"t age black com
1 e . 1 1 . 1 nn thi
II111110111 ii sl
pl-V"l sli-ul and llSSVJ hiult ;
ll-.n.t te.-lh our - au "'" 101. in. ami pcrbap. ou the.
r'gdt hand side but forgotten whicluu.w.
1 will give also iluO fur the tppreaeastea ...
I.ujgmsnl in lall.so il.'i I van get Um t .
. . . 1 l. 1 . v .. i .. 1 .. .1 ' a
i 111 1 r. .. "in. nn- iii.s negro in ins
vnn 1 am .limine 11 give It 1.
esi'l'intii.n . k:
ii. . i.... l :: -.' "'".
"""" " ' ' ' "'"" wa sn.i Ber
" "'"" h. ".Ill i company witl tu white
man : perhaps I uiay sell bim 1 rKtk unni
authoril) tiial th white i:itn lirei Ti.
...in. ali. r. a-l WU .trollug ahiiU fcj nf
when I. cam- in Company with my i... i
took bim nn that State ud I i:). lUl 'k!
...u.ew here in theeaotrs ul 'I'tieainwa
rbll OSgro will deny In Ib1 waBr
All letter- luuild In kddltaacd t (
Barrlstuburg Catebnuhi sarish Luulalaaa.
Haruwnburg Ls . .Inly U No l so 1 i i.s
Itvnx xi n.; M.iiiAin.
rp.llfc. exereiaea of th- a
will he resumed on the tn
Mi'U.ls u s.
tember.ui the ba.eiueut . ( lau Mathali.t Church.
. i i.i as i.-.iciui"..
J. M- HUTCaiNS.Prlaciaal
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