State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 9, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 6, 1860 Page: 3 of 4
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The l.o r' tnarrl.
-TTHrreak the mate-! will ir I die "
Cried Juhs fair with Pasriii.ge-
I will. If vnK keep on ehs log "
And Cbsrie 'owketl srp tti a festrfnl boo4
r'.w fear hi darllws: jialo'i
Yt prov hU iovc'a ui.doli-g
' ve tr. letatooo .Til-'
o 'f unwed ten year I si '
V"i woj.'; I :Lei. we are parted
J :. fin-I some nui' ! aril ii..ed
Wno doaar.'t oe tl l MtOgM) eed "
Ail'i oft Ike fell o- e alatrd
Tbejr kept apart for nearly : Mt
Th. l rtrancv u y with a MM In hi rh ek.
Charter happily m beside her;
Ai.' ti.r let j in kla her .- did !
Ki-ber without removing Illiquid'
What purpose nc .-.juld guide her f
The Tatrry In soooexp'.alncd.
Cbsrie both hi euide end hi girl retained
By eng the pir.- he stood In
H) jrtvii.g op all i.autrhtv trash
And )aet Inveetlrga little eaah
In ill Pitest Pkc-ih nf Goopwis
Oner Jntla -oM and fnioe no more
Thoagl aba rhiaaarhl a little while before
IL si- so b'ai-k and flagrant.
-'- rather a-lad that Chariei chewn
While Oooowm'a only he ll! oee
H pure aud freah. and fragrant.
TIIK LAW OK XEWSPAPKR.il.
L All nlwertbera who do not (rlee ezpreet notice to the
contrary. conaldered u viabinf u continue their
t. If (iiherrlbere order the ditcontlnuaBce of their pa
pera the pohll.teri may eootinae to tend Oiem until aK r
reararee are paid.
If rabecrihera refuse or oeirlect to take their papro
from the ofllr- to which they are aet. they are held re
poaalble till their bUla are nettled and their paper or
dTeJ to be atopped.
4. The court hare decided that refuainf to take a
newapaper or periodical from the poat onice or h nr' I K
end ieavinr It cncalled tor. la prima (act evidence of In
5. It baa also been judicially determined rrcemit
t hat the pool aSed rate- ..f aderrtiaint; and ubacnpt...n
i a newapauen ronetitute a buna llde contract
H"ii. M. U. iraliam iKiniK-ratic Unctor
f'r the Sut- t Urge will aldrew hi fellow
citizen t the followinp: time and plare :
McKinnev. Cf.Ilin connfv. Sattirdav. Oct
larkiviili- Rl 1.
Time will lie divided with the opxMttiri
elector if desired.
Joiik C. ISirks JudictaJ Democratic Elec-
tor for the eighth district in hchalf of Breck-
inridge and Lane will address his fellow cit-
izens at the following times and places.
Paris Lamar county Tuesday Sept. 25
Honey Grove Fannin countv " 2fi
Bohnam. il " 27
Ureenville. Hunt'" " " 29
Tarrant Hopk in ' " Oct. 1
Sulphur Springs Hopkin count v 2
Mt. Pleasant. Titus ' -1
larksvi lie Red River " .
Any one opposing the election of Breckin-
ridge and Lane can have a fair showing in the
SeptemiMT 17th I860.
Col. Jofcm A. Wharton.
t'ol. John A. Wharton Democratic Elector
for the 2d District will speak at the follow-
i ng places :
San Antonio October
JQ3T Hon. John Hemphill is now sojourn-
ing at Saratoga Springs. We thank him for
Xotk i: Elder L. Elgin will commence a
eOeetracted meeting at the Christian church
on Friday the fifth inst. at half past seven
CS" The Colorado Synod of the Cumber-
land Presbyterian Church will convene in the
Cumberland Presbyterian church in this
city on Thursday the 11th inst. at half
past seven o'clock P. M.
JCS" nre t00 Plcc in Austin on Thurs-
day last. A building occupied by a German
was burnt to the ground. It was reported
that a keg of powder was in the cellar and
the crowd were thus prevented from saving
the contents of the house.
We learn that Hon. Josiah Crosby of
El Paso and Alex. (rRxr.N. Esq. of this city
have been invited to speak before the Breck-
inridge and Lane Club of this city on Mon-
Incrudlariaiii In Anatin.
We regret to learn that on Wednesday
night last an attempt was made to set fire
to the dwelling occupied by Mrs. Calhoun
near this city. It was discovered in time to
arrest the names before mnch mischief was
The Tournament at Dmllava.
The third annual Tournament at Dallas will
come off on the last day of the Fair 2d No-
vember. Knights wishing to enter the lists
will send their names to the committee of
arrangements for the Dallas Tournament.
This manly entertainment is rapidly gaining
ground in the Sonth and well merits the pat-
ronage of all equestrians.
A Sot-Turn Traitor. The Philadelphia
New says that Hon. Henry Winter Davis
lately refused to attend a Bell meeting at
Easton Pennsylvania giving as a reason that
be would hereafter favor the election of Lin-
coln. There is one Southern man at least in
name who is evidently hwking for office un-
der a Black Republican President. Does Mr.
Davis desire to be Attorney General.
Cat at. Glacock Mill.
It is with pleasure we viewed the rebuild-
ing of this mill the other day. We found of-
ficers present who showed us the various
parts of the mill completed. The engineer
has the engine in fine running order. Soon
the flour and corn mill will be running and
ail the other machinery.
Captain Glasscock deserves credit for his
indomitable energy. The mill is of great
service to the citizens of Austin and the loss
of it has been severely felt.
This building was destroyed by an incen-
diary. The evidence was so full that Capt
Glasscock employs a night watchman who is
on guard every night. ETery precaution is
taken to prevent another fire and we trust
that it will not again occur.
Our advertising sheet is interesting this
JPX The card of Hon. Peter Gray of
Houston will be seen in our advertising
columns. His experience on the bench and
his well known reputation will secure him a
large practice. He is one among the first
lawyers in our State.
Jt3i' e cat! attention to the advertise-
ment of Edward Borhex. His new styled
Spectacles have won a high name wherever
they hare been used but there are counter-
feits to be guarded against
Jfirw Store. Our country iriends are
infortted that J. Harrel. so well known to
them has opened a new store on Pecan street.
He is receiving a fine assortment of dry
good. His stock of men and boy's clothing
We commend him to our friends in Travi6
and adjoining counties.
9T H. II. Fuiman publishes a personal
atd ii relation to Rev. James Humphrey.
Kl Pa IimiiiIJ :
(' mfUmatt Mm. J. F. Owlf Conrirtel
Mrtlinq of tjlt Dmnrraq iSM-rrli !(
Tvixt "li lilt (JrroriOH.
The politieal and personal friends of the
Hon. J. F. Crosby desirous of giving & teti-
' uioiiial nf the high appreciation in which they
i hold him in the character of a politician and
a citizen having assembled appointed a eoui-
reittee of arrangements who communicated
I to limi the following note of invitation viz :
El Pwi. Texas. Sept. 5 180.
Hon. J. F. Croskt.
1) Sh : The underpinned in liehulf of
i your (K-riiial and political friend of El Pawn
in appreciation of your firm and devoted
adherence to Southern rights and of the
high estimation in which you are held bj
themas.-i citizen ask to tender you a Su-
jier. to le given in the Imra of El Paso at
any time your earliest convenience may de-.-ignate.
We have the honor to be.
Your obedient servants
A. K. O'BAXXON.
H. J. Cl'MFFE
H. S. GILLELT
W. CLAUDE .JONES.
J. W. MAGOFFIN
P. T. HERBERT
V. ST. VRAIN
To which the following reply in accept-
ance was returned.
Sa.n Euzario Sept. 7. I860.
T Messrs O'Baunon Cnnliffe. Gillett and
Your note tendering me a nipper as a tes-
timonial of your approbation of niv late poli-
tical action is before me. Permit me to say
that such a mark of esteem and approbation
coming as it doe.- from my own home inspired
ine with feelings and sentini"nts which I can-
didly confess my inability to portray.
Your welcome of ' Well done good and
faithful servant" is the most gratifying re-
ward J'OU could hav bestowed upon me.
In my feeble and humble support of the
great cardinal principles of States Rights 1
but performed a duty enjoined on me by my
earliest political precepts and which in ma-
ture age receive the sanction of my judgment
In my humble opinion 1 have in the past
as I shall in the future act upon the princi-
ple of the fttri-t-ffxf construction and fulktl rec-
ognition of the doctrine of. States Rights. It
is the foundation stone of this Union and the
equality of the States of our great Confed-
eracy trample down this principle and the
Union itself is but a shameless mockery.
My slight record is before you ; it is ap-
proved by you. and I am grateful.
I shall le most happy to meet you gentle-
men on Thursday evening next.
I am. most respectfully
Y'our friend and obedient servant.
J. F. CROSBY.
On Thursday evening the 15th a large
and enthusiastic gathering of the Democracy
took place consisting of not only our merch-
ants professional and business men but of the
bone and sinew of the country including
among the invited guests several of our Army
The meeting took place at the El Paso
hotel where our generous and lively host
had orenared a splendid repast. The table
to groan under the fat of the land while the
glasses sparkled on the board." Every-
thing was radiant with life and enjoyment
and honest mirth and hilarity sparkled upon
even' face- Such an assemblage of political
friends combining the talent the respectabil-ity-and
wealth of the country wti never wit-
nessed in El Pa.-o before. Amid the sallie-
of ready wit and sparkling repartee ample
justice was done to the supper where the un-
corking of the wine bottles indicated that our
conviviality was approaching its acme. 1 ne
President of the meeting. Col. O'Bannon and
the Vice President Mr. E. Hall at either end
of the tahle presented healty and rosy speci-
mens of an El Paso Democracy and alternate-
ly read the regular toasts on the occasion as
1. The President of the United States
his devotion to our common country entitles
him to our respect and admiration. Drank
with three cheers
2. The memory of Washington
" The first the last the beat
The Cincinnati! of the West."
3. The memory of John C. Calhoun the
man is dead but" his works live after him"
a tower light to shed the brightest truest
rays upon the path of every confederacy of
States hereafter to be formed.
4. The memory of Rusk and Henderson.
B. The Hon. Josiah F. Crosby In the
Charleston. Baltimore and Richmond conven
tions he truthfully represented the Democ-
racy of the State of Texas : we say to him
"Well done good and faithful servant ;"
honor to whom honor is due.
At the conclusion of the toast Judge Cros-
by arose amid the vociferous and repeated
applause of the meeting and delivered in his
most happv manner a clear forcible sensible
and eloquent address which was repeatedly
interniiited bv amilause. He gave a clear
and distinct history of the proceedings in the
several convention the motives which influ-
enced the actions of the seceding members
at Oharleston their reception and treatment
by the Bttltimore convention and subsequent
action at Richmond.
He showed forcibly and ably that their on-
ly object was to preserve the purity of dem-
ocratic principles the sanctity of the Consti-
tion the necessity of guarding inviolably
equal rights to every portion of the Union
and to preserve the Democratic platform
from the dark stain of squatter sovereignty ;
he contended bv argument which were un-
answerable that the Maryland Institute Hall
Convention was the true Democratic Conven-
tion the majority Convention and that
Breckinridgo and Lane were the majority
nominees and consequently the only majority
nominees and consequently the jnly true
nominees of the Democratic party. He ex-
posed the treasonable course of Douglas
poured coals of fir on the head of Lincoln
and the mulatto Republican Hamlin scorched
and withered Bell and Everett and wound
up bv an eloquent appeal to the Democracy
to stand by the nominees of the Richmoud
Amid thunders of applause his speech was
responded to by three hearty cheers.
The following regular toasts were then
6 The Democratic Creed based on prin-
ciples firm and high noble and true admits
neither expansion nor contraction ; it is ad-
apted to all kindred climes and countries.
7. The South forever guided by liberty
and right ; her sons their champions in the
cabinet or the field.
o rw.- sntoR nnd Renresentati ves in
c. vui k. vw . r- - .
Breckinridge ami Lam who shall bury for-
ever Aborftionim and Fanaticism
11. The heroes and patriots of the Revolu-
tion may their mantles rest upon their de-
scendanfa). 12. t'ttlw the fruit rs nearly ripe.
It El Paso The overland key to the Pa-
cific and the northern States of Mexico ; the
Malakoff of Texas; may her interests never
!e neglected by our representatives in Con-
gress. 14. Woman! The link that unites man to
ali that is great and good :
' Her iovely form and witch'ng emilea
Oor feet from e-rir path bcgoUea."'
After the conclusion of the regular toasts
the president. Col. O'Bannon offered the
Louis T. Wigfall firm dignified and no-
ble; his clear head and poetical mind render
him a fit leader in any crisis.
At the conclusion of this toast. Gen. Wm.
i Claude Jones responded in a short and elc-
; quent address in which bespoke of the gene-
j rou courteous and affable private life of Col.
i WigfaJl hi high social and moral character ;
hU fitne forever occasion : hi courage and
i fortitude and sagacity and perseverance : his
thorough and profound political knowledge
in which he i fully armed and panoplied
i readv to meet an adversary at any point ;
; that he i the Senator for Texas ami the
times a bulwark in the Senate to roll back
tide of Northern abolitionism.
(Jen. Jones then alluded to South Carolina
to her galaxy of intellectual lights and the
I fields of her glory at the time when her blood
watered the drooping tree of liberty into life
; and concluded by giving the audience as his
The State of South Carolina may the
i star of her honor for ever light the halo of
: her glory.
The above toast was received by vociferous
rounds of applause when Col. A. B. O'Ban-
j iion arose anil forcibly and eloquently re-
sponded in behalf of the State of South Caro-
; lina. He spohe of the proud position she has
' ever occupied ; of her struggles in the Revo-
j tion ; of the indomitable energy and courage
I of her son ; of the glorious charge at Cheru-
1 busco. her unwavering and unflinching De-
mticracy. tie toon nis seat amiu tnc piauuits
of the assembly when the Hon. J.Crosby
gave the following ;
The lion. John S. Reagan an able and ef-
ficient representative of the people f Texas ;
in honoring him Texas honors herself He
would make her a distinguished Executive.
This toast was received with loud cheers
and evident approbation.
Mr. Russel Howard gave the following :
The Seceders of the Charleston Conven-
tion the first whe hung the Southern banner
on the outward wail ; long may it wave !
This toast was loudly applauded.
The Hon. P. T. Herbert being toasted re-
sponded in a very able and eloquent address
in which he strongly advocated the action of
the Southern delegates and the ll.chmond
Convention and urged the Democracy on to
on to the conflict. He was peculiarly happy
in several anecdotes which elicited peals of
laughter and he concluded amid applause and
Mr. A. J. Cuniffe offered the following :
The Judiciary- of Texas May it be always
be as ably represented as now.
Which elicited an appropriate response
from Judge Crosby with applause.
The Vice-President Mr. Hall proposed
The bar of Texas
which was responded to by the Hon. P. T.
Herbert and Gen. Jones.
The officers of the Army and - avy being
toasted. Lieut. Lay U. S. A. responded in a.
very lelicitous manner and gave as a senti-
ment Col. A. B. O'Bannon A type of the citi-
zens of El Paso honorable courteous and
W. P. Smith gave the following :
May John C. Breckinridge find old Joe
Lane a good and direct road to the White
House where the " Lion roareth not and
where the moaning of the whangdoodle" is
heard in the distance.
Lieut Freeleigh of the U.S. A. gave the fol-
lowing sentiraeni :
The citizens ol El Paso the hospitable
hosts ol the midway valley of beauty between
the Atlantic and Pacific.
Many other toasts were drank which eli-
cited applause and unbounded merriment but
they were not handed in and the evening
passed in the most cordial harmonious and
mirthful manner. Many of the witticisms
and puns would have done credit to Harper's
Drawer. 1 wo letters of excuse for non-at-
tendance were handed in one from Judge
Heart und the other from the Hon. Sam. A.
! Maverick which is as follows :
Fort Bi.iss Sept. 1S60.
Gentlemen I regret that it is out of my
power to accept your invitation to join the
I supper etc. having been disappointed in the
j failure of the last stage and being now start-
j el for home as you are aware. But in bid-
i ding you good bye I desire to give utterance
tti the very friendly regards and high appre-
ciation I have for Judge Crosby and to add
i also my most grateful and-cordial salutations
j for each one of my friends who are members
i of the committee. Respectfully
S. A. MAVERICK.
To Col. A. Bannon and Others Committee.
N. B Not being a Secessionist but a very
conservative man I ask leave to give this sen-
Union So long as the Government is con
ducted in accordance with the Constitution.
With satisfaction beaming upon every face.
Judge Crosby in a feeling manner again
thanked his friends for this demonstration in
his behalf and the assembly dispersed in or-
derly and not boisterous glee ; with mutual-
good feeling and confidence in the success of
The San Antonio Ledger and Texan will
please copy and oblige the friends of Judge
Farther from Hnmluix
Crrphtre "H hytriimmntf of Waiktr. &-
tthi of hapri' ii ' Rtdl'f.
The Brit!i "-team .l.vip-nf-war Glailiator
Cap:. Hinckfl In-fore reported Ht the Paw
arrited at the iuarautint Statii-at yestemay
afternoon where she still remains with the
most of the jarty she brought up on board.
They number fifty -even in all and are in ex-
cellent health. Two of them Major Doran
and Capt. West came up on the Charles Mor-
gan this morning. The Gladiator will be up
with the rest in the course of two or three
The detailed report of the party on board
the Gladiator add but little to the informa-
tion we already have. Gen. Walker was shot
at 8 o'clock the morning of the 12th. and
buried the same day in the public burial
None of his friend- were present at the ex-
ecuticn or even allowed to communicate with
bim after his capture. An American howev-
er who was at the time in the town of Trux-
illo witnessed the execution and afterwards
assisted at his burial the ceremonies of
which were conducted by foreigners alone
the natives refusing to take part in them.
This American who is on board the Gla-
diator brings with him a portion of Walk-
er's clothing and other memorials left by him
which we presume will be handed over to his
It is also stated that Gen. V alker before
his execution wrete several letters to his
friends in tlie United States which were ta-
ken by Gen. Alverez and by him handed
over sealed to the English commander to be
forwarded to their dest matious.
Col. Rudler Walker's second in command
has been sentenced to four years confinement
in the Stite prison at ( 'omavagua. "
The rest of the party about seventy in
number were all permitted to return to the
United States. Eleven of them however
were sent home via Havana.
Of Walker's capture on the Rio Negro we
have the following additional from an author-
itive source. The party sent up the river
was under the immediate command of Capt.
Solmon. of the Icarus. On making his ap-
pearance he asked for Gen. Walker. Gen.
Walker then stepped forward and said he
was the man.
Capt. Salmons then said : I demand that
you surrender to me immediately." Gen.
VYalker replied : To whom do I surrender?"
Capt. Solmon said: "To an officer of her
Majesty's Government." Walker then said
again: "Do I understand you to say that I
am to surrender to a representative of her
Britanic Majesty's Government?" Capt.
Solmon replied "Yes." Gen. Walker then
drew his sword and formally surrendered
and was taken on board the Icarus.
Incendiarism In New Orleani.
We take the following article from the
New Orleans Picanune under date of Septem-
"The recurrence cf extensive fires in rapid
succession cannot but awaken the suspicion
that they are not all the result of accident.
Friday evening three destructive conflagra-
tions aatlauiud m this city and yesterday
morning at 11 o'clock the fire department
was again summoned to battle with the fire
"We do not believe that such events follow
one another in such a manner fortuitously
but are in part at least the result of design.
Incendiarism is surely at its diabolical work.
"The sad scenes that have occurred in Texas
rallyingtheentire peopleto mutual protection
and the revelations there made upon which
full reliance can be placed prove that in the
South are to be. found many strangers who for
purposes of plunder and to satisfy a devilish
malice are prepared for the most atrocious
deeds. Many of these driven from Texas
under suspicion of being dangerous persons
are known to have sailed for this city. It is
not impossible that we shall find occasion to
act for self-protection.
"The police and city authorities and fire
wardens cannot be too vigilant. If prepared
to arrest and deal properly with suspicious
characters loss of life and property may be
prevented. It is high time for our citizens to
trace to its source the incendiarism which is
admitted to have been committed.
Threats to lay waste our towns and cities
to poison our families and bring ruin upon
leading members of society have been made
in Texas by abolitionists; but these threats
have not been coutir.ed to our State alone
The Bon ham Eha We are particularly
pleased with the Era under its new conductors.
J. Hort Smith and W. II. II. Matteson Esqs.
The remark in the salutatory that they will
advocate the protection of our property in
Territories by Congress covers the whole
ground. When that is refused the Federal
Government becomes a failure and ought to
be dissolved. The Era is well gotten up and
evinces much ability. It has our best wishes
Strong Figure of Speech. A Mississippi
editor the other day said "that the negroes
of Texas are dancing to the music of the
cracking of the necks of the Abolitionists
and seem to enjoy the fun." N. 0. Courier.
The music will continue until the last Ab-
olition pioneer is elevated on his platform.
Rv U-v. Chaw. O.Ke'te on the Snd Inet. at the reai
l-rv of Dr. 8 W. Baker. Mr A. K. KoassLsa to Uia
lacTATti Btt.aa.aU of Anatia.
In th; city on Tuel tf. eVpt 1SU Hum C Hot
iufai t son of 11 C aod riarah T. IIolnaanaged one
j ear fofirnonth and aii .i .
Thonob dark th tomh and chPl 'Ke atreatn
Whirh claim hia tiny form
Yet oh 1 are know aome Angel gleam
Will hnrhlen all their gloom.
Then fare thee well oar chernh hoy
The Lord e'er doe what' beet:
Our tranient grief thy laattno; joy
For thon art gor-e to reel. aaaaaa
fllHEREwM o the 33rd dy of eptmN-r.
cmniitii to the )a ifTntit roonty. im tu. (.
: of Teir.a. a runaway ier" nvtn a brtlht tcnlti'- aooct
33 r iA year of aae 6 leet 6 locbee burn wlj teirh
t ahont 1SS or 100 pound. Say that hi name la Shipley.
J am) that he be'o-r to the ctate of PrieaiVa Bla-kue.:.
in the State of Aialiama. faaM :icto era rapturci be
j youd the llm.N of the !ave territory of the T" : : -
I Siatre nnd del. vend to na a? :n hw direct.. Hows-
I veined at fl.SGO. Thia i to notify the oarr-er or owner-
! af said ':ave that if Uiey do not cotae forward and prov
' raid laee. nav charge and take bim away within thrc.
mouth that I aball proceed to aell him a the law di
reet In nch ease.
A tut in Oct 1 160. JtmS T . EJUCE
' Vl2n9 3m Sheriff Trnvia Co.. ivxae.
aaST" We arc authorized to annonnce IRVRffO ROOT
a a candidate for Marshal of the city of Austin at the
eneuing November election.
aW We are anthorizt-d to annonnce THOMAS J.
RANDOLPH a a candidate for Marehal of the city
of Austin at the enuiug November elecUon.
BT We are authorized to annonnce. I. L. NICHOLS
a a candidate for Maraha! of Autin city at the eon-
ing November election.
H" We arc authorized to annonnce C. A. HOP
KINS a a candidate for City Marahal of Austin at
the eneuing November election.
W. A. TiUITOS....
T.IHI F TO A
Law & General Land Agency Onice.
C1TT OF AUSTIN TKXAS
SjriCKKST TJMf :
NEW OHI.KA"S T" I IM IVMTI
IT BOOKS ."..- MINt-TE-"
1 New Orleani la New lark. 7 1-4 hours.
GKKAT KAMTtRM ROITE
vr.v nmo amp M'.sstssirri
Brum! fita?c Kail-road!
aaaVta the.jt aataat time from
NTW OKI.llS. TO tlXIIMITI
I.ariSYti.r.;; AXU AI.I. KASi'r.KN CaTUM
X"Yark hour Putabargh.-fiO hour.
"'-. . h nec:--g .".
CJ O Li T ' J
PATENT FIRE ARMS
Ma.infaf.i.rii.J! Cam pan.
Col. Sam. Colt Pieiilf nt.
CARBINES AND SHOT GO'S.
Great Reduction In Price-:
Wrt?.hinittoii 73 j
St. !' -
I.ouiavi ;. 48 i
No. Ci. above Duflau'a Druic Stcro Swerso:..-; Building 1 .1'.rou -.';'c"l!"' I0 Wevejaad Pittbnreh or Be'.air
T4B7ILL locate Certificate perfect title buy and se'.l
land ana lard Lertitloatea. ana tay laze. c.
azT" We are authorized to announce TnOMAS C.
COLLINS a a candidate for City Marahal of Austin
at the ensuing November election.
aT We are authorized to announce W. F. ROBIN-
SON a a candidate for Marshal of Aotin at th
ensuing November election.
feast" We are authorized to announce W. M. WAL-
TON a candidate for Mayor of Auatiu city. Election
5th Nov. 1860.
oT We are authorized to annonnce JAMES S. GIL-
LETT a candidate for Mayor of A uetin city. Election
3" We are authorized to announce .IAS. W. SM ITH
& candidate for re-election for Mayor of AuMtin city.
Eleetiou 5th Nov. 1860.
We would rcquext partiru.ar attention to the adver-
tisement of Mewra. Church &. Dupont addressed to
'Mothers.-' The Infantile Cordial of Dr. Eaton i a
medicine of great celebrity and the standing of its
manufacturers will be a sufficient guarantee of the care
taken in It preparation and its unvarying purity.
The "Blood Food" ia for a rlas of diseases unfortu-
nately rery prevalent in this vicinity and its high rep-
utation should ensure a ready sale. Willimnntir
3T See advertisement. Foralehy F. T. Dnffau
in this city.
An experienced nurse and female physician has a
soothiug syrup for children teething which greatly
facilitates the process of teething by softening the
gums reducing all inflammation will allay all pain
and is sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it
mothers it will give reBt to yourself and relief and
health to your infante. Perfectly afe in all cases.
Bee advertisement in another column. nSTly
Kir" See advertisement of B. nerzog Metchant
Tailor Congress Avenue. He has always on hand every
thing connected with his business and will not fail to
suit his customers In styles and prices. mny 5 ly.
aT Mr. A. Balm informs his friends and patrons
that he is now better prepared than ever to execute all
kinds of watch repairing as well as jewelry and silver
ware in the most scientific manner shortest time an. I
moderate price; warranting his ork. Where no sat-
isfaction is given the money will be seturned. Terms
positively cash. villi 27 ly
aSw Mr. rho ri. Kent Clerk of the Offlceof State
Oazette is my authorized Agent for the transaction of
all basiness matters.
In compliance with our partnership agreement ali
orders on storeB notes and other evidences of debt on
the part of the firm will he signed by Mr. Kent and no
memberof the Arm will draw his order upon said firm
without an express and written agreement signed by
each member of said firm or his authorized Agent.
Our Traveling Agent.
Will piocure land and mouey due old soldiers of the
'.ate Republic of Texas. Will give strict atu:.t:o: to
the co. lection of claim in the Weatern and middle
non. B. H. Hill. LaGrange Qa; G O. Gregg i Co..
Marshal Texas: Pommy 4; Gregory Montgomery Ala;
Hon. R. E. B. Baylor Independence Texas: E. J. ttur
ley Waco Texas; Hon. S. Crosby Auatin; and the
heads and clerks of the State Departments at Austin.
Sept. 28th 186tt vlt8-if
TRANSPORTATION OF ARMY SUPPLIES.
r addition to the advertisement from this office
dated the 10th of August last inviting proposal-
for the transiiortation of armv sunnlit's from the deiH't
i at Indianola to the several Military Post in TanDavaasd
' to Fort Fillmore in New Mexico and also from Ni-w
j Orlean to those posts. The subscriber hereby gfv-.
notice that he will receive proposals nntil tiie 20th e-f
I October nut (at which time the hid will he publicly
j opened) for the same object and under like restriction'.
for the division of the service to be performed between
. New Orleans and the pot referred to viz separate
bids may be made for the transportation of suppio-
from New Orlean to San Antonio and from San An-
tonio to the severa1 posts
Bids that may be received under my nilvertisemei t
of the 10th of Auguel will not i-e opened until the 20th
of October next.
Chief Quartermaster's Office ) D IT. VINTON
Department of Texas v Major and
San Antonio Sept. ITth-1860. S yunrtenna-N-r.
who is authorized to receipt for the same
tint If J. M. BENNETT
ORDER of taking up tho Docket for the Octobar
Term 1860 at Austin.
Tiro ireeks are assigned for the hearing of the causes
from the. Vfconrf Judicial District beginning on afon-
day the 15th day of October of said year betea the
3d Monday of said month.
7"iro ireeks for the Fourth Eighteenth and BtnantA
Districts and the county of Gonzales beginning on
Monday the 29th day of October I860.
7"ico irerlcs for the Seventeenth and Nineteenth Di.
tricts beginning on Monday the 12th day of November
And Tiro veeli for the Thirteenth Sixteenth and
Twentieth District beginning on Monday the 26tli day
of November 1860 ' vl2n5-13w
Simple Reasons for Preferring Colt's
arms to all others.
1. They have been thoroughly tested by all alaaaiaof
men in every eoumrv:aod from the art r.fla Baajat in
Florida luring the Indian war in 137 to the uM it at
hour they have always reapocded to the touch fluiwr
owners in time of danger
i l'hey have a force and accuracy which have no
paralie! it. the history of lire arm.
3. They do not endanger your eyeaight and brat a. a
do the arms with patent primer watch fly .the L-J
into many piece.
A Tnev do not stick fast refnalfitf either to on- or
The Ohio and Mississippi Railroad having a broad ' shut without the a;d of an ate when heated a do the
gauge passenger "y :h: roate on v. hate the advan- gnn which open like molaaaea gate or out cracker.
tu .' of -'.: and spacious car with greater iii-eralitv a. Thev ieav. no tjurning naoer ir. the barrel after
of room both in the seat and aisles than can be found i discharge to blow the next cam dee into your face a
di. tne guns wnicn ooen troni nemro.
Iliout chancre of t.'ars.
BAGGAGK CHECKED THROUGH.
The TT.-noii Central and Ohio Miiippi
fi.nSK AND RELIABLE CONNECTIONS
at l incinnati without Omnibus ride
on ay other liatlpnd in the West aid having
FOOT S PATENT VENTILATED CARS BY DAY
and Poste'i Patent Yi-::tK.ited Sleepi ng Car by night
passengers will enjoy aa atmosphere free from dust
and at lets ten decrees cooler than in ordinary Car.
TWO DAILY THBOUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
i Sundays t-xcep cd.
ONE TRAIN SlNDAY EVENING.
The puU.r rr reiptctluliy ramionnl against Bit!'
adrertising uthey Route making quicker time.
Ask lor ticket via Ohio tt Mississippi Railroad.
They are simply m construction and easily
Tickets for sale at Galveatot1
Mr. Samuel J. Spindle is now out on the business of
this offic. He Is our only appointed traveling ageut
authorized to receipt for monies due the office of the
Gazette. When any other person may be appointed
ue notice will he given through our columus.
Our Wends will please give Mr. Spindle all the aid
in their power.
iST" The " Abstract of Patented Lands in Texas" con-
taining 1600 pages embracing all the pattnts to lands to
whom patented when patented and where located ia now
ready for sale. We have but a few extra copies on hand
and those who need such a work Invaluable toeuch as
are dealing in lands must call soon. It is neatly bound
in leather ind will be mailed to any part of the State on
the receipt ai $1200. Addreis John Marshall A Co Aus-
The Georgia Lotteries Abolished.
Ail the Georgia Lottery Grants are foreclosed by pro-
ition of the drawings under a penal enactment of
e State Legislature to take effect on the first day of
une 1860. The act was passed at the session of 1S58
and the owners of legalized grants are making arrange-
ments to close up the business. Therefore all Lotteries
pretended to be drawn in Georgia after the above date
must be illegal and a fraud upon the public.
TaERSONS INDEBTED TO ME
M book account will make payment to I
; careol.ae any ranger or cavalry soldier
Treat them well and they will treat jour
7. They are made of the best steel that can be pr
cured for money and have the strength to resist the
' explosive force of guupowder while the mongrel imita
tton and cheap arm areclumsi.y made of cast iron r
inferior material and are more dai gvroo to their w-..
Iers than they are to ail other.
S. They are well finished and a cheap a geod arm
t can be made by the aM of modcru machinery and aatfi
: A I :ibor.
9 They are always worth what ther coat -In the
t Kir West much more almoet a legal tender I If ta
buy a'ything cheaper y".ir BAsj i-r that of your cooi
panlon. may lialancc Uiedinvrence in .-'
M If you buy a Colt's rifleor piau.i y hi fee I. serial-.
tl at you have oae true friend with six heart in hie
bsly and can alwaya be re'ii-d on.
ll" They can be earned loaded and rapped with en
tire safety. In nun or when wading or aioim. 'i
rivers they remain water proof
12. Thry hare no knife edge to cut off th end of
the cartridge and the powder euttnig off more aud more
ai every discharge a the barrel & t- heated and f5r.-.'.y
sfetting so dull that they a ill not cut at all. What an
lady will :end fier scissors to ru; paper with I As
THIS IS THE GREAT CNION BOOK OF APPEAL ' any ranger who ha tried the cutting s.ldc gun aha
and all Railroad and
V. 1. CONGER.
General Southern Agent.
General Ticket Agent
June 2 '60 vllr.-C ly
WHO IS TO BE OUR NEXT PRESIDENT?
1 1 1 ;
READ rut'. STA TfcNM.WS n.lJIIAL!
THE BOOK OF OUR REPUBLIC.
FOR ALL THOSE FEELING AN INTER
EST IN THE COMING PRESI-
THE STATESMAN'S MANUAL
A large lot all size" just received bv
SAMPSON .1- TlENRtCKS
R. R. R
CONTINUED HEALTH SECURED
TO THE SICK
The sick ''' -vohw aOllCteil WItll ntty umrTmin.l
scroiulous contagious or infectious malady may rely "p n
a permanent core and speedy restoration to health.
through the mediation of
RADWAY'S REGULATING PILLS
READY RELIEF AND RENOVATING RE.'OLVEVT.
These remedies possess all the positive curative proper-
ties orer all classes of diseases aches pains and inflrma-
t.en. contained In the Materia Medica and many medicinal
virtues of which all medicines known are deficient.
THEY NEVER FAIL
We have over one thousand cases on record proving the
infalibility of Railway's Reguiailng Pills Ready Relief
and Renovating Resolvent wherein they have restored
to health and given a new lease of life to those who were
pronounced incurable by their physicians aud had lost
alt hopes of recovery.
In all Malignant Malarious Nervous Congestive and
other Fevers either Eilious Scarlet Ship Yrllow. Kever
and Ague Small Pox Typhus Typhoid Ac Railway'
Regulating Pills and Ready Relief will always cure tie
tick and protect the patient against all serious maladies
which an attack of tkese diseases fiequently inflict.
Liver Complaint Dlspepfia Cotivene..t Constipation or
the Bowels Indigestion and the train ot maladies that
follow Radway's Regulating Pills assisted with au pee-
Kional doe of Ready Relief will quickly rid the system
from these difficulties.
Cholera Dysentery Flux Cholera Morbus Diarrhoea.
Ac. Radway8 Ready Relief will in fifteen minutes relieve
all distressing pains and weakening discharges nnd in a
few hours restore the patient to health.
Rheumatism Gout Neuralgia Tic Polereux Croup.
Fpasms Fits and all complaints of the jointy nerve- and
muscles Kadways Rady Relief applied to the afflicted
part will speedily relieve the most excruciating pain and
radically cure the patient.
PAINS AND ACHES.
The application of Radway's Ready Relief to the part
or parts of the body afflicted with pains or aehes will in
a few moments restore the sufferer to ease nnd comfort.
ADDRESSES AXI MESSAGE.-
PRESIDENTS Of TIIE C.V1TED STATES.
liiiiugural. Annual and Sjiecial
rii on VAMiii;r iiiumiiimv
WITH THEIR MEMOIRS
And Hifturies of their Administration
portntits er.giuved on steel; together with a very valu-
able collect ion ot
NATIONAL AND STATISTICAL POCVMENTS.
OfRTKEATIES WITH OTHER NATIONS
IOMP1I ri FROM OFFICIAL MIMH
ev BBWIlt WILLIAMS BEXSOXJ. I.OSSIXG
In Fiir I.inr.t VoLrts. Ocravr containing over
3.C00 pages printed on good paper aud well bouncy
EDU ARO WALKER. riRLISHER.
lit Fii!:. hi St New Tork.
aVw A very va'uable work for reference..'' Hinry
' An exceedingly useful and valuable work " Pust.
' It is. emphatically n national work. No library.
however small is proper' made in which a copv of ihi-
Statfsman's Maxtfl is vot fnurd.' .V. Y. Fxpre.n.
M Many hours o- idle discussion and senseless debate
mirlit be spared to heated partisans were this book at
hand for appeal.'' Democratic Rrieir.
aVtT Responsible nnd Experience'1 Agent will find ll
a very profitable be4aaM to canvass for this important
National work to whom the publisher allows a Inrge
Thote iri.ihing to examine the irorh can see a copy
at the offlrr . lass paper vl2liS 4w
he thinks of them.
13. Colt's arms have Uen adopted for 'he aervice i-t
j the United State by the urmy lsard u! West Point In
' 158 ai.d for many years previously a. superior to al.
: others. See the printed reports winch till volume.
14 Colt's weaiKin are old friend to many thousand
i who will read this sheet. See Colts new rifle hofor
' mu buy any other and then decide which will affortl
u rest protection te your family your hie and your
rjold by al! respectable dealer throughout the world.
! The following dttcrijtt ions of Arms are niru
mtuie bt iKf Comjuuxy.
' Plated or Steel Mounting six ahoUand dve ahoU C.
: ibre 31 100th of au incli Iftt elongated or 140 round
with correct ! hullets to the pouud) 3 ii.ch barrel weights oz. ln
l narrat weigni .... o in. oarrei wngai jo or. m in.
: barrel weight 27 ot.
' Armyand Navy medium lzr plated or :cl mount
j nga six shots 7 inch barrel Calibre 36 tooth of an
inch 60 elongated or 3d round bullets to the pooud ;
I welght21b10or. with an "Attachable Carbine Breech"
i ain extra with canteen ex! ra.
NEWMOOEl. POCKET PIPTOL.
Steel mountings dve shot 3'i inch laurel Callbr
2S.M00th ofauinch 12e oi.gated orJOOroutid bull!
to the pound) weight 1; ox.
Ornamental engraving on pinto! extra.
Ivory and Pearl atoe't for pito'. extra.
Powder flasks " '
New model steel mourting s'x ahot Calibre 3-
lnoth of an inch 4- elongated or 86 ronnd bullet to the
pound 24 Inch barrel weight 9 pound 27 inch barrel
weight 10 pound 30 inch barrel weight 10 pocnla
Same model six shots Ca'ibrn 40 -lOths of ai Inch
34 elongated or 88 round bullets to the pound. 1 't
inch barrel weight 8 pound. 12 or. 27 Inch barrel weigh
9 pounds 12 oz "1 and & IS inch barrel (Army latier
eight ft pounds 10 oz.
Same model six shots Calibre 44 100th of an Inch
28 elognated or 48 round bullet to the pound 1 St tneb
barrel weight 8 pound 15 oz 27 inoh barrel weight ft
pounds 2 oz. 31 and 5-18 inch barrel Anay Pattern 1
weight 9 pounds 10 oz.
Hame model ix shots Calibre 5O-10nth of an Inch 2"
elongated or 34 ronnd bulleta to the pound 34 Inch bar
rel weight: pound 11 oz 27 Inch larrel weight
pounds 14 oz 31 and .VltJ ncii barrel 14 elongated ot
Tli'Mis'ipd- are daHj -p :iki.)r in th pralso of
rind WTl 1kc:.Ut' tt wnr faitto afford instant 'an uu&
relief when jriven in time " It. act M if by maaric and
nnr trial alone will convince yn Ib'it what we i
NO PARAGORIC OR OPIATE
of Tjy kind and therefore relieve- by removing the suf
frristga of vmir child int-tend of by tbmdtssimg it sensi-
biiitics. Fur this rra.-nn it commend itself a the safcj
reiinfile MWparattati now kiowr. for i'HILDRES
TEETHiNG DtAfUlIKEA. ftYSEXTERY. GRI-
PJNG IA Tilt: tjnn KLSiAXt'inrr W 7 HE j nther.. in rmrkatrp-of
.-n;..ir i .wy fttisiJ . litr nf..w aternrnof cartndtT"
and CRfil'P. :d-o. tor snfte-ning th zitm.- r-durtne
ittMatnai '-. rrmkUing the notrels and and rhrine
round bulietit to tne ponnd.j wivtu & pound & oz
Same model live i-hoU Calibre 64VlOOtha of an Inch
Welontrated or 24 round builet to the poand.J 24 inch
b-irri weight I pound S 177. '7 inch wm-! weigh: 9
l inn iff r 11 oz Jl Md 5 1. h -h fcm Armv I'.ttter:
U-I;t '.' t'"UI.'l- 15 Z.
New modrl rifle btrrtr!-t ML IS o 21 i'irft
t-el moantlnys ix hoti t'alibre - lOOthof an Inch
4J elo'ietvtvd or Stt round bol!-U 19 the pund Weirri'.
poundf. 8 oz. Hix t-Lot.. t'aJi.tre 44 I00ttj.i u. r .
HdTifrit"d est 4 round rti!'''ti to the pound watghl
4poundal2ii. Five-iht-f.. Ca!:br. A 1flmb.of an Inch. 14
fiimuated or 'J4 round bullet to the pound. wrla;ct r
Hiunda 8 ".
27 Inch barrel weight 8 pound 12 oz . live ah.
Patent nowder Ihj for carMn mm lift
Olobe aSiirhU for riflr.
Telescope frht. for r:rt'4
Bayonrtf.. lor rir
Sabre Hnyonett. forr!flev
All piotoU. riflet. eArhiReand rhr: trtiip. ar- fn-
with abul.et icouid wre uriv.-r nnd Liippi- v.r
free of charjre.
PMoli are put up n-orted or otherwle !n j arfMMM
of 10 2u r 25 each.
Kiflet nhot pun ard twrKriw. are pnt up BMOKl
10 and 20 each.
m furniihed for all l. -
.. ji.i It . ?; . . i tu 11 - t if'l . r. illfniiilC'riMfi' If -. !!.i'il
SCROFULOUS DISEASES SKIN ERUP- I wlthWonea.ln all cases ot CONVVLBIOS
Law Houston. Texas.
and Counselor at
Air Line Railroad. We learn that the
contract for the earth work on the first fire
miles of thin road as let on Monday last to
Messrs. Cattcrton ft Williams of Williamson
Fire Works. There will be an illumina-
tion and lire works at Mr. Ruaas' Garden on
Wednesday next lOch October. The people
generally are invited to attend.
T AM now receiving and opening an entire ne
M. of ttoods at my
Brick Store on Pecan Street next
door to Messrs. J. II. Robinson & Son consisting in
part of a general assortment of
STAPLE AND DRY GOODS
A full assortment of Indies' Dress Qonda of the latest
styles; ladies' cloaks of velvet cloth and casaimeru;
ladies' bonnets of velvet silk and straw.
A large and good assortment of
ME.VS AND BOY'S CLOTHING
hats and caps boots and shoes hosiery saddlery sta-
tionery and letter presses carpeting and rugs hard-
ware! glassware crockery and chinaware groceries
bagging and rope one and eight day clocks and a
variety of articles not mentioned. All of which I pro-
pose to sell on reasonable terms; and if the cash is jiaid
at the time of purchase low very low.
I am also Agent for Stearne & Marvin and have in
store for sile their Fire Proof Safe (which is one of
the most popular Safe in use in the city of New York)
at New York prices adding thereto the cost of trans-
portation. P. ease call and examine my stock and judge for your-
Oct. 6 '60-vl2n9 -tf .T. HARREL.
To the Public.
In a publication by the Rev. Jamea Humphrey under
the b.eadiii.r. "Truth U raichtv and will nrevall" lam
l nave lull ronnticnce in ine
In all diseases of the Skin Sores Ulcers Kever Sorts
Tumors Humors Pimples Blotches Sore Eyea Syphil.tr.
Sores 3crofUlous diseases. Railway's Renovating Resolvent
is a quicx and radical cure.
In cases where disease has been transmitted from parent
to child Radway's Renovating Resolvent can be relied
upon as a thorough curative of these ailments. Hundreds
ofpersons who have been cured of Weak Lungs Brunchites
and Incipient Consumption ctn testify to the healing
virtues of the Reuovating Resolvent.
OS tiTJfL'Jl FITS. .Uijou re the life and health of
children. n"rl iri.ih to nare them from tho.ie Had and
f-'iir'itintr ronscrnrnres irhirh arc rri tutu to result troin
tltc use of narcotics of which other remedies for Infon.
tile (U.mjiliiints arc roiojmnd. l'ii-e none 'hilt OR-
BATON'S INFANTILE COMDIAL ; this yon can
rela upon. It is perfwUe bannlea and iiannot injure
themast delicate infm.t. Pi-ice 25 cents Full direr
tlona accoiiipai'v each bottle Prepared only by
No 409 rtiaxliaj N r.
For ma!'er ajaatatStfea
TERMS. Cash Ira
referenc is nua-I
Mew York l-'un.l .
RADWAY'S REGULATING PILLS
A VEGETABLE .SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL MER-
CURY AND ANTIMONY.
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
ELEGANTLY COATED WITH GUM.
represented as saying
honesty aud Christian
Tribute of Respect.
Preamble and resolutions adopted by the
Philomathesian Society of Baylor University
at its regular meeting September 21st 18G0.
Whereas It has pleased Almighty God in
His infinite wisdom and goodness to remove
from our midst by his messenger death our
friend and brother George B. Rivers a most
worthy and exemplary member of the Philo-
mathesian Society of Baylor University ; and
whereas by his death our society has lost one
of its most devoted members our country a
brilliant and promising son. and we his fellow
members a faithful and magnanimous friend.
Therefore be it
Resolved That while submitting with hum-
ble resignation to the decree of the just and
wise ruler of the Universe we do sincerely
mourn the loss of a friend and brother emi-
nently worthy a place in our afiection.
Resolred That we tender our sympathies
to the relatives of our deceased companion.
Resolved That we wear the usual badge of
mourning for twenty days.
Resolved That a copy of this preamble and
these resolutions be sent to the relatives of
the deceased also to the Philomathesian Re-
view Colorado Citizen and State Gazette for
publication and that they be spread upon the
minutes of the Society.
Resolved That the regular business exerci-
ses of the meetiBg be now suspended.
(Signed) SAM. C. WILSON 1
L. B. GILES. i Com.
T. W. BAINES f
J. C. WATSON. J
3" Capt. Baylor and brother called at
our sanctum on Wednesday last. These gen-
tlemen have done honored service for the
frontier. We were pleased to take them by
the hand. We look forward to a bright ca-
reer for Capt. B. He and Capt. Hamner are
now conductiug pae among the best sheets in
the State. We regret to learn that the In-
dians continue to molest our frontier people.
The time cannot be distant when a campaign
Cortere they hav. nobly done their duty ; j wi j Dt an outraged people which
C.- rr should be nroua Ol
Navr of the I nited
9. The Armv
10. The Convention it has united in the
bonds of politic! matrimony the Pilgrims of
th Krtrth trt the Cavaliers of the South ; may
I the embryo come forth in November next a
will obliterate every vestige oi the marauding
Several of our citizens called at the Hotel
to pay their respects io these gallant gentle-
men snd to see fh'e many scalps of the Indi-
ans lately killed bv them and other trophies
but Capt. B. and' brother had left for San
Letter from Hon. F. R. Lnlibock.
Bli e Sulphur Springs Va.
Sept 13th 1800.
Major John Marshall
Dear Major : You can scarce imagine the
pleasure I experienced a day or two since on
receiving the "State Gazette" of Aug. 25th.
Here in the mountains of Virginia at rather
a dull place although pleasant ; receiving
little ir no news and none at all from Texas.
I assure you when I read your paper I felt reviv-
ed up buoyant even before reading but when I
came to read from county after connty the
glorious news of the late election ; when I
saw that county after connty which had giv-
en their entire vote to Gen. Houston had
now cast their vote for the candidates of the
true Constitutional States Rights Democracy
I indeed became truly joyful exclaiming
"truth is mighty and will prevail" the second
sober thought of the people will cause them
to do right in spite of all the appliances
brought to bear by designing men. Allow
me to congratulate the Democracy of Texas
upon their present position. They now oc-
cupy the true ground once more ; may we
hope they will continue to do so. I am truly
pleased to see that there is no Douglas ele-
ment whatever in our State. I do not agree
with many that Lincoln's election is certain.
I yet have hope that sensible men men of
capital men of patriotism in New York
Pennsvlvania and New Jersey will repudi-
ate Black Republicanism by casting their
votes against Lincoln. I trust Southern men
will rally to the support of the only ticket
run upon Constitutional and expressed opin-
ions. How men of the South can support
any other ticket than- but that of Breckin-
ridge and Lane I cannot conceive. Bell and
Everett are wholly unreliable and unsafe of
a bad nolitical school and should be repudia
ted I have hope t( Virginia. The Douglas
element is very weak here and they are be-
coming so thick with the Bellites that many
of them who intended voting for Douglas are
repudiating him and going over to Breckin-
ridge and Lane. Although there are many
in this State who feci undetermined as to
their course in case cf the election of Lincoln.
I feel no hesitanoe iti saying that our safety
and honor' forbid our subuiittipg to Black
Republican rule my own opinion is that se-
cession is the proper remedy as far as I am
concerned I am for prompt and energetic ac-
tion. Yours truly
F. R. LUBBOCK
- - '... T : A. ' J '
Itstdarts 9 ia eeesateaxa' a aaarrne feast
honesty aud Christian character of said Humphrey
nnd recommend him to the friendship of the public. It
is 'ue to myself to state that some days ags at the
urgent request of Humphey I went to see M. IT.
Ilowcrs when said Bowers after an earnest appeal to
me for syraaathy in behalf of Humphrey rend to me a
document Xich from his reading 1 understood to be
materially different from that published over ray signa-
ture. He presstngly urged me to sign it which I did
with the distinct promise by him that it should not he
published. I did not read it but signed it on the faith
of what I unders'ood to be hfs rending. I understood
it simply In substanoe tosav that notwithstanding the
action of the Austin Baptist Church I was not dis-
jiosed to pronounce Humphrey a dishonest man. I
certainly would not have signed the document bail I
understood it to contain the statement that I had full
confidence in the honesty and Christian character of
Humphrey. I signed the document on the reading
and representation by M H. Bowers that it was neces-
sary to prevent the disruption and destruction of the
Oct. 3 I860 lw H. H. FURMAN
THE partnership heretofore existing between Burle-
son and Finnin In the Livery business on Pecan
street was dissolved on tbe 2d day of October by mutual
consent. Persons having claims againa'. the firm will
niesent them to Ed. Finnin at tho old stand and those
Indebted to the firm are requested to make immediate
payment to either party.
Oct. 5th 1860. AARON" BURLESON.
vl2n9-6w ED. FINNIi.
THE people of Texas are hereby cautloued tbat un-
principled impostors have been pedling Spectacles
and calling them the newly invented Conoavo-Convex
Parabola Patent Spectacles. My Agent for the South
Ir. McAualty arrested one of those lmposters named
O. B. Newman who took upon himself the title of
Patentee for tbe Parabola Concavo-Convex Glasses.
He also calls himself a manufacturer of optical lustra
meats to. Be aware of these Impostets. I am the
Patentee for the Parabola Concavo-Convei Spectacles.
Thoy cannot be bad from O. B. Newman. Dr. MoAn-
ulty is my authorized travelling Agent and be ia author-
ized to appoint county agents where he eea fit.
402 Cbegtnul street Philadelphia.
vl2n9 Jw Per Dr. McA.
WHEELER Ac WILSON'S
IITE are airents for tbe above Machines. o well
TY ku..wn for utility. We will eil them at the fol-1
indue nit CnSSLMPTIOX. use No. I which is also
the number n.r DEPRKMSIOX OF SPIRITS LOSS
: fiF APPETITE and for all CIIROXIC COM-
PLAIXTS arising from OVER USB OEXERAL
DE HI LIT Y mid XERYOCS P ROSTRATI '0 .
So. Star LIVER COMPLAJXTS No. 3 for DYS-
PEPSIA lie ing already prepared for absorption it is
TAKEN BY DROPS tine carried immediately into
the circulation othst what yon gatn yon retain. Tbe
No. 4 i for FE.tLLE IRREGULARITIES HYS
TERIA KE. M!X ESSES dr. See special directions
for this. For SALT RHEUM ERUPTIOXS
c- d. pit i r-(. aVri vr v ..a s r n n l- u . t
A km doses will radically expel from the body j pU;AT.v.lsk(x.5. In allcasc the'direction must
he strictly followed Price of the BLOOD FO)I 1
per bottav. told by
CHURCH A DUPONT
No. 409 Broadway N. T.
For sale by F. T. Duffan Druggist Aumln Texas.
And by all rei-pectnble Lrgglsts throughout tbe
cnur.try. April 14. '80-vll-n36 ly.
lowing prices adding freight
Plain Tahle both Machine and Hemmer SO 00
Panel box top table both Machine and H'm'r f 00
Finish " " " I 00
Full Case Plated " n 100 00
All orders leu with as will be promptly attended to.
Call and leave vour orders for a Machine. It is useful
and ornamental and no family should be without one
vl3o tf D BDEN MAYKAHP.
TAKEN away on Tuesday tight the 2d of October
184)0 from a runaway negro one chestnut sorrel
American 'Mare blare in the face about 15 years old
The owner i requested to pay charge and take her
away or I ball proceed according t law.
- H. Ktc-Kwaop.
WebbervHic. Oct. S 166. vl2nJw
DUPMCATE Bounty Warrant No. W22 lued 23nd
June 1841 by B. T. Archer In lien af Bounty
Warrant No 407 issued to him NoveroWr lSib 1837 by
Barnard E. Bee. If not heard from withir lise time
prescribed by law application wiD be made to tbe
oroDer Department for a duplicate.
vftnd-ftw JC. DARDEN
NKWSPAPER.-100 reams on hand and for tale by
SAMPSON k HK8RJCK8.
RADWAY'S RH(;II1TIM; PIM S
Are composed of new Medicinal Agents from the veget-
able kingdom of Extracts Uums Balsams from Kuots
Plants Herbs. Trees and Flowers possessing wonderful
Those who use these Pills when sick or experience un-
pleasant symptoms of approaching disease may rely
upon immediate recovery and will be blessed with con-
They purify and equalise the circulation of the blood.
Thev correct u t aJaaaa ff iltc 1.1 . . wir.mn.h
Bowels Heart Bladder Kidneys Head and Brain.
They purify and expel from the system of the sick all
morbid and corrupt humors and restore the diseased
organs to health and regularity of action.
Under their healthful Influence the pulse become reg-
ular and healthy ; the Heart Liver Stomach and Bowel."
discharge their several functions with healthful regularity
and the entire system is invested with such high condition
of health as to render it impregnable to the attacks of
THEIR QUICK OPERATION.
In fifteen minutes after a dose of Radway's Regulating
Pills are taken no matter what may be the character nf
the disease the malady will be arrested in its progress
and the patient will find immediate relief and in from
four to tix hours an evacuation of the bowels will
all diseases and fool humors. They search out and expel
all deep seated humors and morbid deposited from the
blood skin joints liver kidneys stomach and bowels ;
they purge from the system all unclean and u healthy
humors restoring a healthful regularity of action to every
organ in the system- We have not space la tme adver-
tisement to enumerate all the diseases and comp'alnts
which a dose or two of these pills will so quickly cure hut
will tat that in all cases where it is desirable to produce
an evacuation of the bowels or to keep the bowels regular
or to restore the L.ver Heart and Kidneys to a healthy
action and to equalise the circulation of the blood these
desideratima will bsquickley attained by a dose or two
cf Radway'i Regulating Pills.
TO SICK LApiES.
Radway's Regulating Plus correct all lrregulaiilict of
trie female system.
LADIES SUFFERING FROM
HYSTERIA FLCOfi ALBU3
and those who suffer from retention of the mensee may
rely upon a positive restoration to health by the use of
These PiUi are elegantly coated with gum free from
taste or smell. Price zS cents per box containing do
pills bold by D uggiat everywhere and it R&dway A
Co.'s No. 23 Johns Street New v0ri.
(9f Sold io Auatin bj f . T. Dnffau and Baker A Smyth.
Mavla S0.vl.n4.'i la
RunaM ay Negro.
COMMITTED to the jail of Fayette county. Tela
on the 28th day of Jnly 1.800 a runaway negro boy
who says his name is John claiming to belong to one
Charles Rogers of San Antonio. Said negro weigh
ahoat 130 lbs o feet 4 inches In height dark complexion
has a small scar on the left cheek resembling a bum had
when taken a bay horse left bind foot white with a
Spanish hi aud.
If the owner does not come forward ard prove prop-
erty within the timeapeciliedby law said slave will be
dealt with according to law this Sept. loth 160. -
A. T. SMITH.
v12n8 4w Sheriff F.
VJE7AS rommitted to the jail oi Guadaioupe county.
TV August mo inoa. a runaway siavo eaiii . aim
Ilenllli'j hu nan RIood upon being
:i!wivi pMaWBtai u with the -.tme esuntial clementP. '
and Kf-naofoowN the TRUE STANDARD. Analyze
tho blood of u emM Buffering from ronuinitinii L:er j
Complaint Dyspepsia Scrofula t&t ami w find in j
every instance certain deficiencies in tho red globule of
blood S apply these deficiencies and you arc made i
well. The BLOOD FOOD is founded upon this theory
hnce its astonishing euceesa. There are
adapted to Ihe deficiencies of the RIood in different dis
aawaa. For COUGHS COLDS. BRONCHITIS- '
or.ihyatleetli.il whatever or the THROAT or LUNGS
For Sale or Rent.
ON Allutn Creek 6 milea below Bastrop about 100
acre in cultivation of the beet quality of bottom
land. There'' ia a pasture of 275 to 300 acrea under
good fence well wat .'red with a running stream 2 setts
of dwelling houses and will be sold or rented on liberal
Apply to F. 8TEU8ST Austin
or J. 8TEUSST Baetrop.
Sep. 1st. '60 vl2n4 3m
SEW FALL. A.U WINTER GOODS :
I VETKare r.ow receiving aome vety handaome Fall
V and Winter Dreae Good In
I Colored and Bl'k Silks.
White Meslno and Challey
Colored and Black Cballev
English Bareges for Fall wear.
Colored and Black Uicghams
Fren h Cambrics ic.
Together with a large variety of Laoes and Embroide-
ries Liuenaand Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs
AU just In. The Ladies are respectfully invited to
call. SAMPSON At HENRICKH
Sept. 22nd 18-v12bT if.
We Have Jiit Reeeived
A L A ROE stock of Groceries Llquon Qm-enaware - ono
fcc. We will keep a constant supply oi eatables noc
and drinkables arid something to eat off of. 'tt e want I .!
to feed tl e hungry ard give to tbe thirsty drink. Wv
keep a good an poly of TeDr"ee Bacon and pore Corn
Whlaaey. Tbe ladios ore particularly requested to call
ai ii see ouratooK or rancy i;runa uiaaa ate n e win
aae our utmost effort to" make It to the interest and
HeiUiaction of aii who may favor ns with their patron-
age. Call and examine our Stock.
Aug 25 'Gn.vl2ii3.tf DARDEN fc M YK ARD.
CAUTION T INKKINOK'.i.s
Opinion have been ri-eivt-d from the xaaaa w
i leaai counsel rezardirt: th-' m-iny infringer of I
' Sain Colt's patents anil it t our determined poiiev io
: I. -.wr;it.' all who make. ..'!! or use such w.--.-. .
throughout the Stat- aoa TkHlautlaa wf t'.e Va
i wherever mw can rench the pint.--.
All comninnic.atioi"idi.n:i! t ..ir.--.-if to
Cbf'." Prtfeiit tire Arras MtmnfoclHrinef (' ..
IUrtfo-.l Coroecticut IT. 8. A
: May 5 '60-v11n3M.v
PI Hit V THE IllllOir
VECiETABLE LIFE PIMA
THE HIGH AND KNVIKD CELEBRITY vhieh
these pre-eminent Medicine have acquired for
j their invaluable eflleacj In all the d)aes which they
prore to cure has renuereu the usual practice of puff
ii. g not only unnecessary but nnworhv of thcwi.
IN ALL CAE8 OT
Asthma. Acute and Chronic Itheurr.r.ti'm A:T'" -.
of the Bladder and Kidney-
BILLIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS
In the South and West where these diseaae prevail
they will be found invaluable. Planters farmer and
other who once use these Medicine will never after
wirns be without tlierxi.
BILLIOUSCOI.IC.SKROrS. LiXiSENESB PILES
COSTIVENE8S COLD. AND COI'GHS.
CHOLIC CORRUPT HUMORS
DTSPErSIA. No person with this dintrraslng :i u-
should delay using these Medicine immediately.
Eruptions of the Skin Eryeipela Fiatulencv.
Favxaaxn Aura For this scourge of the tVeterr.
country these Medicine will be found a safe speedy
and certain remedy. Other medicine leave the ytern
sut.ject to a return of the daaaaaM; a cure by theee vfC.
Try them. Be satisfied and be cured.
Foi'Ltfisa or Complxxiox
GKNERAL DEBILITY GOUT. GIDDINESS
Gravel Headaches ot every k'nd. Inward Fever. Ir.-
flamuiatory Rheumatism Impure Blood Jaundice
I .' .. of Appetite.
Mip.r cbhi. Dr.st.tss9. Never falls to eradicate e-
f tirely ali the effect of Mercnry Infinitely sooner than
Ithe ruoBt powerful preparation of Samaparllla.
Night Sweat Nervoue lability Complaints of a"
kind Orgar.io Affection.
Pilsj. The original uroorietor cf these mediclr.-
was cured nf Piles of 36 years standing by the use of
these Medicine alone.
Pain in tbe bead aide back joints and organ.
Ruechatism. Those affected sritta this terrible dl"
eae will be sure of relief by tbe Life Modtelne.
Rush of blood to th head scurvy salt rheum swell
Scrofula or Kings Evil in its worst forms. Ulcers '
Worms of all kinds aro erTectnaUy expellee by the.-
medieinoa. Parenta wit! do well to administer 'hr.
whenever their existence waa suspected. Relief I
THE LIFE PILLS at PUOZNIX BITTERS
Purify the blood and thus remove all dlsesse from i.
Prepared and sold bv
dr. William b. moffat
C36 Broadway oor. Anthony B .
For a!e by all D. uggist. Aug. 4 'OO-vllsfC-ly
1 self James andays that he belong to John G: crease.
and that aaidUlIcreaae la a non-resident and a trader. I
but makes the city of Huumol his stepping place when I
i u this State. The said boy i about 27 years olo. h feet i
turns high black complexion prtgbt'vnp;earance ; rjraA
read and writes had on when committed nght summer I J. Juoii.e of tho Peace Tvlerecmutv netrro bov 'ave
clothing but has in his possession a tolerably respect- aired abont a or 'Ji year 5 feet 10 inches high Weigh
able wardrobe consisting of several trond shirt. one aoui 175 lbs. sav Ma narn-i Enhrnim Wack wiin-
of which is marked with the name ol .IhnTatam and ' i.lexioo. haaaiwar'from the left eyebrow rucnlsEr'.bove
Woulviiie August .list. 1800.
IK EN UP and committed before G. W. Vanvleck.
.tock Farm for Sale.
500 ACRES of land (or 4.000) on tbe Medio Crr.
In the county of Be on th main road leading from
Goliad to the Ro Grande. aln tbs road from San A"
touio to St Mary with all toe improvements oor.a -ing
ss follow viz
A large potnfortabl dwelling house out booses t"
of water riatern 4w.. and tbe Medio creek raxas wluiw
I ouarterof a mile of the houe. There are td to f
aers under good fence With the fan win be old
brad of stock can. e i ma.-.. and ant) ote a;v.
and a large Spanish 'aok 3S.0 head of hears wort
oxen waggons carts tarmls nteosl.s fiouaeho.d a. .
kit-hen furniture avc. itc. Th' wwll a an exr:
lent stand for a nubile hooe. For price and further
pnrticular" app'V to Jar. Heel'?on on the premise -
ceeviiie rov tint-e oee eowni"
address tUe atuo
which he savs waa iriven him bv :. min of that name I
Eldorado Arkansas a black cloth frock coat a pair of
grey summer easeiraer pants aud other mnmer .ctl.-
'; lutp of Texas and pas written thus: "My two
boy have permission to hunt horses in tbeviciility of
Bethany Texas. May 24th 1860 " Signed Zaek How
el!. Tbe owner will come forarard prove propertv pay
charge and take him away or he will ! dealt with
as the law directs.
vl2nS-4 T. J. ELLIS
Deputy Sheriff and Jaiior of Guadaluj Co.
t:i temp'.- to the e-'.e "f the hair ha hexa hnt ore
hot still rei ..ainlng list ween the kU and the km back
of h's left car. another In hi Ivi't arm between tne
shotild.'r and elbow. Is ciuloi. spoken.
.1. T. KIRBY
rlinl t- Slierilf Tyler Co.
USED by tbe most Celebrared Phyaieiaijs in Paris.
It Is the purest tonic wiue that cau be used.
It It acceptable to tbe most delicate stomach.
It may be given to children with Derfect afrtv.
We have the article direct from the Importer and I dire-t. Sentember 1st 1W0.
ni.miil It n.iv. 1
Jone-aO '80-vDt7-tf 3AJftst BMYTH Psean 3t ' t12c-w
ClOMMITTElMoihejatiot KnsV county on th Ztt-l
I Amy ot -Inlj liia negro man Lamed Mack about i
year of age. of lisrht eoruplexktn. weighs lsuor 170
p-'ULid ofc-t 8ibchhigh l i has a er on the back
part of rhe h"d. Said oeer.. "tit that he Wong to ;
trf.tr! Filee who li. at Bay Ma'uvkl on tbe Mirsie-
tirvi r.rer The owoer is t.iinied to en forward and :
: wove property aud take htm away wirbin tbe time '
1 preMiribed by law. or he will e disposed of aa tfce law i
a i h r i ij
Collesiafe Female laMtitnte.
THE acholaatic year comprising the etgbWntb .1
nineteenth aessiooa will commence the dm Mot.
day In September. 160.
All tbe depanmenw will be fin! by the bast of 1-
struetor. No oain labor or esjienae snii be pare-1 las
make th! Institution one of the bet In the Htavi. I:
stitoteand rldeneeo. Peran street. For particular-
see Catalogue or addrr
Sep. 1st '00 Tl2o4-10m. IV J. SMITH Principal.
VOl'NU LADIKft HKiH sCHOOI..
t R. BARE takes great pleasure In annownetng th
.Tt ue ti.t ecurl tneervice o; trotessor w. r.are
ale of Mai-aei.sie Colege to o.iduct the Mual. a: D
a. J. SMITH.
Sheriff of Bosk Co. Tex.
rartuient of this bool. :rn aoqwlremeats of Prof
Plagge a amulciai. and teacher are of the very higl.o
order. Hi ytem is characterized by that lborni
method which has so long secured for litis sekool th-
favor and perronage of rhe pnMlo.
Txaas. 130 per eesaaon. Oae of P'aoo aj
Sept . Ut 1W) ' vi;e4-?
P STEPHENe Saddle Tree for aV by
3AMPHON k. HKNRICKS.
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