State Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 9, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 6, 1860 Page: 4 of 4
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AUSTIN. SATURDAY OCT. 6. 1860.
tsasTtwi. C.S.rd V- Black Revnblicaus
TaapcriH with lrn.
A friend m Bastrop Bvors us witn some
extract fr-m the charge of Judge TerreJi to
the Grand Jury of the District Court. We
make room far the fo!!nrin excellent sentiment-:
1 call your attention
u thi connection to tbo penal lawn concern-
ing alave and lave propertv- Never belore
in the history of civilization ba. the crusade
Miinrt slavery been conducted Tith fiich
blind and threatcitins zeal an now. It be-
imm the duty tberWrt-. of every one whose
fortune has been cast in a slavebolding com-
munity caimly t 'tniier whether the in-
ulntary servitude of negroes is right or
wnmg. For if it be wrong we are n longer
at Hbertx to denounce those wbo roek to
radicat'it as an evil if on the other hand
it be right- then it rwv-.me the duty ot all t
States do hereby for the purpose of more
effectual organization constitute themselves
to be stvled the 'Indianola ationai
Democratic Breckinridge and Lane Club."
Resolved That as Union men Southerners
and Democrats we recognize in the nomina-
tion of John C. Breckinridge and Joseph
Lane the only candidates in thU contest
pledged to a strict and specific line of policy
under the Constitution. That upon tbe all-
absorbing element in the canvass they staDd
Carriage and Wag-on Shop !
5SS . . PCuTr1 m-
IJJ A. HAMILTON INFORMS THE VVB1AC
Wlf - h I. l!i!! th:so!d stand on Ro.s 1'Af i..
. i i . r- af . a ; ...... ...... '. . . J -i - r -i
pIMpea upon tue piatiorm oi meir pari 3Mriy opposite mrrs u
definite construction of the Constitution as j ;i.i
tA tho riirhtR and eoualitv of all the States.
That in Mr. Breckinridge we recognize as our
leader the gallant soldier the tried statesman
and tbe incorruptible patriot; a man who in-
spired tbe confidence of tbe illustrious
statesman patriot philosopher and sage of
Ashland and who since his first advent on
the politicel arena has won lor himself tbe
respect and admiration of all parties.
Reul"L That we recognize the nominees of
the National Democracy ( Bredkinridge and
Lane) as the only truly national and Union
candidates in tbi contest national because
they propose to administer the whole govern-
ment from Maine to iregon under the broad
cgis of the Constitution as expounded and
. - .. -m ... ; i .. i ' . i Vn
US with untiring Ml for tbe protection of j -- --" ZEZT
mn in tne vesion i ira.vuuiiv. vuv.. ... --
Livery Stable lie jm a Br
II execute all work In that line
rpntnMI flTd OlsrsflTCn.
m...:-hikMtlvFiiu in building Carriace and
Rugeic l brought from tbe North aud 1 of the tt
TVe are propane In do all kind of work In onr line In
the beat manner and at the follewing redue4 J
Carriage and Bnrey wheel from
Buggy rn-... -
Shaft (new pair7 ringie2.S.
Cutting and putting on tire 3 PT "-
Ironing Buggle. (muteriai. furnished) - ----- ?
Ironing two-horse waggon material furnished 30 to Jo
lr;mirte ox waggon material furnished 40 to 50
Ail person wishing work done by me will ca.1 on
Brown. as he attends to a'! the uu'ueaof theahop.
vllr.30 ly -
Congrese Avenue Adjoining &.otCs Hold.
An erperleneed Knrse and Female rhyaicias preaenta
to the attention of mothera her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING
which gTeatly faeilitatea the proee of teething JT
aoftening the (rams reducinft all inflammation-win
allav all pain and tpaamodid action and i
SURE TO REGULATE TUB BOWELb.
Depend oponlt mothers it will give rest to you-aelvea
Relief and Health to your Infants.
We hare put op and to'id thU Mtlclc for QYr tn
ytarft and can uy. in confidence imd tron oi u -
neea nvie iti s:ij wi ituj
TTr''' fi t'r
we have never
v..-..- i.i.- rf.' ftieil in ft m'k.jtI i r.'nrCe 1 0
when timely nwd. Kuver .lid we kaowan inaunue or
i dlSMitlf faction by any one who uaed it. On the ?'''"r
all are delighted with it operation and apeak in terrnr.
of commendation of ita masjieAl eflecU and modical Tlr-
we do know'
larrrv. and t- 'inirc e' man
.. . tl(-jn apint the combined av
With rcf'.t vnrr t. me-t .jiiotions inrolTinfr
the niral jul;ty ol an . t civilized man i-
tintrnt to le guided by the teachings of Go.
x- revealed in Hi- WOK but when !vcry i
the thetne tbe AUOitKn.ist denounces and
rout tbe rirfHl teachings of scripture;
when preaching to the Uve fnnn their pul-
rit tbe nht and duty f re.-itjnce they
wget that tbo od they profess to worship
clothed btnwcl! in the linstnenU of htiuianity
jtn:d a nation d slavchilder' that be live!
with aw! preacbivl to th-in. without reckon-
ing fclarcry among their i if. nd that Hi
immediate' folowcrs who were with Him daily
exhorted flares to the duty of obedience.
Slarery has existed from the remotest an-
tiquity. The institution wi recognized and
ntained by the chosen Patriarchs of (Sod in
the days when He conversed with man face
Slaverv is the natural condition of the n.gro
when thrown in contact with tb white race.
and no other relation can exist between them
cinitcnt with the interest of both. An ad-
vanced civilization will assert its superiority
whererer found and it not only will but it
has tbe right to subject and use every mean
whether animate or inanimate to advance ita
far .ihovc the reach of nartv influence and
I whose ermine is unstained and unpoluted by
the damning leprosy of political corruption
i Union because they resist with the utmost
i tenacitv any invasion oi tne organic principle i
i bv which we. a great government are con-
; federated and held together in the bonds oi
I brotherhood and union.
lltohfi That tbe citizens of the United
; States have an equal right to settle with their
property of anv kind in the organized Terri-
1 tones of the United States and that under
j the decision of the Supreme Court ol the
i United States in the case of Dred Scott
i which we recognize as the correct exposition
! of the Constitution in this particular slave
i property stands .upon the same footing as all
I other descriptions of propertv and that
neither the (General Goven.ment norany Ter-
ritorial Government ean destroy or impair
the right to slave property in the common
Territories any more than the right to any
other description of property; and that neither
the General Government nor any Territorial
( Jovernmcnt can destroy or impair tbe right
to slave property in the common Territories
anymore than tbe right to any other descrip-
tion of property ; that property of all kinds
slaves as well as any other species of property
in all the Territories stand upon the same
rrrupa Mn.nnil. nn hfiml 'in minor: ment of line 1 n. I i-- i.ii:.i! i .:
I broadcloth. Caanimere drcn'd etc vrettnga and ! minute after the ayrnp laadminiatereil
. .. " r - : j- .-. i ... . ... - .
tnna VV'.j drutnlr in ll.lu mtlir "liitl
after ten yeara' experience and pledge onr uii
i for the fulfilment ot what we here declare. In aJiioat
1 everv inctauca where thu infant ia aiitfrnwj from nam
relief will berognu in aui;;u ur i-uj
taiior'a trimmlnjr. AUo a anpply of ready made cloth-
iiur. All ordere in hi Une or wninea atienaeti w wun
May S 'Oi-vHniB ly
I SIGN OF THE GOLDEN HORSE
ad accomplish its destinv. If tbe j equal and broad constitutional basis and sub-
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slaveholder hail thus felt and reasoned nftv
rears ago instead of conceding that the right
to property in a slare was without moral
sanrti"u.aliolitioniTn would have been crushed
in its infancy and constitutional guaranties
would now be resected by all.
Slavery has not been a curse but has re-
united ;n positive Messing both to the negro
and hi master. Cur ancestors found the
negro a naked and barbarous cannibal in the
wild of Africa debased and brutish with
no conceptions of civilization and but little of
God. Hr has been brought among us clothed
fed chrintianised and compelled to habits of
industry. He has been taught the moral law
and I might add that he is especially required
to observe that great commandment which
tbe abolitioaist seems to have forgotten viz :
"tboa vhalt not steal." Slavery has chri-s-tianiaed
more negroes than all tbe misionaries
wit ever visited tbe coast of Africa. When
not tampered with by misguided white men
tbe slave is for the most part contented and
happy. Could the people of the North who
arc deluded by their howling deamgougue-.
see a 1 have a negro voluntarily present
himself in the Courthouse after tasting the
sweet of their Northern freedom and with
tear of joy claim the right to enslave himself
ro tbe kind master who had enfranchised him
they would pause long before renewing their
mad crusade. When was a man of Caucasian
blood eTer known to perform such an act.
More than this could that misguided people
know as you do the blind devotion of the
slave to his humane master prompting him
to giro warning of every threatened danger
if they did not realize that their sympathies
were misplaced they would at least learn
that their bloody schemes are impracticable.
It is a lamentable fact that all over more
than half of tbe confederacy papers are weekly
published reflecting the popular sentiment
which if published on the soil of Texas would
subject the editors to imprisonment in the
IVnintentJarv for not less than five nor more
than fifteen year. Such is the penalty de-
nounced against the writer or publisher of
any article intended to render tbe slave dis-
contented with his condition.
Tbe Judge discusses with bis usual high
appreciation of tiie dignity and character of
his ofiiee the necessity for the Grand Jury
enforcing the lews. Still it is apparent to
him that a radical change in the law is de-
manded. We quote another extract :
i urge npon you the observance of the law
mt a remedy for every evil yet I incline to tbe
relief that tbe public interest demands :i
-hange of the law in reference to abolitionists
wbo incite our slaves to insurrection. Their
punishment by imprisonment in the Peniten-
tiary is too slight and the means of reaching
them too difficult. W ben a prisoner is charged
with reciting slaves to iusurrection the State
should lie required first to establish by tbo
evident of a white man that he entertained
sentiments hostile to the institution of slave-
ry that fact being thus proven tbe evidence
of a negro should be admitted to convict him.
Nor would there be anything in this ot which j
tbe abolitionist could complain for it would j
be conferring on him the exclusive benefit if.
a practical result of his own teaching which
seeks to place both races on a political equal-
ity. hen convicted the pumsntneut ol such
a one ahould be death by the mpe.
Tbe plotting of an Abolitionist can do but
little if masters will do their duty it home.
Let tbe slave be kept in strict subjection.
compel him to remain at home during tbo
sight suffer no suspicious character to asso-
"ciate with him and let each master preserve
a vigilant watch over his own premises. Ev-
ery one tbould be watched with the utmost
vigilance who will express sentiments un
friendly to the institution of slaven- and
when it is found that such a one has attempted
to render tbe slave discontented with his con-
dition it will became your duty to indict
bin. Indict every one who will either give
or $ell ardent spirits to s negro without the
coMcnt of his master. Indict every one wbo
may trade with a negro without such written
content. A resort to these means within the
sphere of your duty will give security to
property and at the same time preserve tbe
supratnac y of the law.
Tbeee views deserve serious consderation.
We hope to bear from other members of tbe
Bench. The next Legislature have imnortant
duties to perform in giving the people ade-
quate security against AbolitionisU. A more
summary process of reaching them and en-
forcing tbe punishment due their crimes
without delay than the law now affords is a
desideratum which might well occupy the
attention of the best and wisest minds of our
State. The present law is a failure.
iect to like principles of recognition and pro
tection in the Legislative Judicial and Exe-
cutive Departments of the Government."
Rtsolvfd That whilst we regard Stephen A.
Douglas as a statesman of eminent ability we
are constrained nevertheless to repudiate and
utterly condemn bU views in relation to the
sovereignty of the Territories and the higher
law doctrine enunciated by him that by 'un-
friendly legislation" a "Territory may law-
fully set aside and annul the edicts and decrees
and render inoperative the decision of the
Supreme Court of the United States a the-
ory which in our opinion if put in practice
will le subversive of the fundamental law of
the land the Constitution itself.
Revolt-el That in the nomination of J no.
Bell and Edwird Everett by the so styled
( institutional Union Party" vre djscern an
obstinate and persevering failure on tbeir part
to announce the principles by which they will
he actuated tir tbe line of policy by which
they will be governed if elected to the efllces
of President and Vice President of the Uni-
ted States. The platform upon which they
plant themselves being ''The Union tbe Con-
stitution and the Enforcement of the Laws."
All parties even Lincoln's agree that it is the
duty of the President and all in authority
under him to see that the laws passed by
Congress arc duly enforced ; but as to n con-
struction of the Constitution touching the
equality of the States and sovereignty or
want of sovereignty in the Territories we
arc left to travel over a Fast field to ascertain
the views of tbe so called "Constitution Union
candidates" wbo for their first entry into
public life may be found supporting both sides
of almost ever' important measure that has
been before the country.
Resolcm That Q en. " T. N. Waul and Col.
J A. Wharton be and they are hereby re-
quested to address the citizens of Calhoun
county a t Tndianola at some future day that
may suit their convenience upon the political
issues involved in this canvass.
Upon th.e adoption of tbe resolutions Gen.
W. II. Woodward proceeded to address tbe
meeting in a few remarks jn his usual off-hand
Geo. P. Finlay Esq. of Port Lavaca then
being called upon addressed the meeting in a
sjieech of nearly two hours length. It fully
sustained his high reputation for extensive
political information s&uad argument and flu-
On motion the meeting then proceeded to
organicc itself by the formation of a Club to
be styled tbe "Indianola National Democratic
Breckinridge and Lane Club." and proceed to
the election of i'B officers and appointment
of its Committees as follows to-wit :
President of the Club. D. M. Stapp Esq.
y fe rresuitnts. Gen. M. fc. Davis C. d-
leneuve J. P. Majors B. F. Yates R. D.
Martin David Lewis A. Murdoek L. Labe.
S. McBride and R. F. Clement.
SrrrtifKty U. B fileveland.
Treamrer. L Rouff.
Corresponding Committee. W. H. Wood-
ward D. C. Proctor A. Stapp John Rogers
and II. B. Cleveland.
On motion the Chair was added to said
Committee on Articles of Association R. F.
Clement D. Shultz W. H. Woodward A.
Stapp and II. B. Cleveland.
On motion it was resolved that the India-
nola Courier Lavaca Gulf Key Galveston
News aud the Austin State Gazette be and
they are hereby requested to publish tbe pro-
ceedings of this meeting.
On motion the meeting adjourned.
W. P M1LPY Chvi'n.
H. B. Clevelasd Secff.
FROM TUB STATES.
Locisia.va Terrible Catastrophe in Kern
Orleans. The News of Sept. 25th says :
On Friday night last a fire broke out in
New Orleans in one of the ranges of a large
four story warehouses of Karstendick 4 Co.
and E. J. Hart A Co. on Tchoupitoulas street
between Lafayette and Girod running back
to Foucher St.
The pecuniary loss is about 150000. All
the warehouses were destroyed. The lofty
wall of a corner building fell burying some
thirtv or fortv men.
Blunti & Walker
SADDLERS AND HARNESS MAKERS
Congrrst Ar. Austin Tesas.
ARE rSBPASBD TO DO ALLKINUS OF WORK
In the moat prompt and akillful manner.
Harin jut received a complete now atoclc anch aa
trimminga for Saddlcaand Flamcae and a full assort-
ment of whip bridles aaddiea martingales epurs
arrlsfre trimminga and all kinde of article nanally
kept in the baai r.eaa constantly on hand. .A.U kinds of
carriage trimming promptly attended to.
I thank the citiwna for their patronage heretofore and
hope te continue to receive the aame.
April 7lh 'SO-vllpSS-ly E. P WALKER.
THE CXDER3IGNEP ARK MANUFACTXR-
ing all articles in their line of business and will
keep on hand a supply of Northern made furniture.
The best of Mechanics will be employed and wo will
endeavor to give satisfaction. And holding the appoint-
ment of Seeton by the City Council and the Superin
tendence of the burying grounds we are prepared to do
grave digging with neatness and at all times. We also
have a superior new hearse and are prepared to do
Undertaking In the beet style.
Shop on Oonirress Avenue apposite Swenson's build-
ing and first door below Townsend's Drue- ctore where
we can be found at all times.
vlln25-tf. KNGLAXD te WOOFTER.
CHARLES r. .-TIOKH1S.
WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
HA VINO permanently located there for the purpose
of renal ring watches clocks and jewelry hopes to
receive a liberal share of pnhlic patronage
befonndtwo doors above M R Ryan Bon's Ory
Good Store. All kinds of watches repaired at short
r.lio-..l ;iiI.U:a Mnrr.ll 31 OO-VllnJ IV
;SfiM a. 2 -
Coneress Avenue Austin Texas.
IITATCHES and Jewelry repaired on the shortest
ff nctice and at moderate prices. Galvanizing
neatlvexeculed. A 'worn ar-.rrantea.
A new sodpIv of JEWELRY just received. Also.
A fine lot of German Student's Lamps of a superior
Saddle Tree Mann factory
HAVIXO LOCATED HIMSELF OX MILL
Creek 8X miles above Austin for the purpose of
carrying on the Saddle Tree Making business he takes
this method of letting his friends and patrons know
vlim t.i Hlrerf Llirtlr nrHra Tit will !;' Oil haiid a
constant aupplv of the best material and he fiattera
himself that he'ean put up as fine a tree as can be put up
on the continent of America andall orders accompanied
with the cash will be promptly attended to. They can
bo sent to Washington Lagrange Belton and Waco
enclosed in canvass with the freiirht naid by stage fur
one dollar extra. Below is a list of names and prices of
Teiar Tree. IT. OS- Onncarrier. ST 00: Mexican. 7 00
Chihuahua. S10 00-. Solid Zacatecas $12 00. Address
Kenwick Smith City of Austin Texaa Box 314.
TO THOSE IN WAST OF lAfiiWEIY.
STEAM ENGINES STF.A.M PUMTS dTEAM
BaV AITD GRIST MILLS RICE MILLS
MILLS FOR GOLD QUARTZ SU-
GAR MILLS WATER
WHEELS SHAFT- '
LEYS Are now offered by the undersigned at cheaper rates
than can he manufactured in this State The assort
ment Is of the best quality and from the best manufac-
tories In the State of New York. Any one desiring
machinery of the aBove character (on abort notice) can
F. E- ST.O"E Atrent.
be accommodated by applying to
CAN be found at his old stand on Pine street and is
prepared to do any business in his line on short
notice and on reawens-b'e terms.
Austin Sept. 1st '60. vl2r.4-ly
CAWPRMTER ANIO BLILDER
S jop Gor. of JJ'.ekory and Tjivaca eta.
I AM prepared to do all kinds of work in my line in
the beat atyle and upon tie most resonable terms
t'lana and spoalScations furnished free of charge after
the contract is taken. March 24 '60-vlln33 ly.
GEO. H. TODD
Congress Avenue City of Austin Texas.
Gn. TODD haa at all times on hand an elegant
" assortment of Guns Pistols and Sporting Imple-
ments imported expressly for the Southern market.
Rifles manufactureu and repairing done and warranted
to give satisfaction. Dec. 17 '59. vllnl9 ly.
. F. fIIaL.bETT
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Congress Avenue Austin.
S PREPARED to do all work in bin line on
abort Dotice in a satisfactory manner and on
reasonable terms. Mov. iftith. 5rj:nltj.tt
Carriage and Wagon
WH. REYNOLDS having established himself in
the above Jmgineee is the city of Austin is
prepared to manufacture and repair Cai ri aces Buggies
Waggons and everything appertaining to the business
in the latest style. New and second nana buggtee con-
stantly on hand and for sale at his shop on Boia'd Arc
treet. (old Gazette buildlng. vllnlP-ly
RECKINRlbuB AM) LIKE CLUB.
At a meetinrrof the Breckinridge and Lane
Democracy of Indtanola. held at the rooms c i
CoL Danrin H. Stapp Sept. 20th I860
On motion W. P. Milbv was called to tbe
Cntir. and H. B. Cleveland appointed Secretory-
The object of tbe meeting being stated in
a few remarks bv tbe Chairman
On motion W. H. Woodward J. P. Major
L. Labe Andrew Dove and R. D. Martin were
appointed a committee to draft reRoliiticn
a-zprcNsive of the sentiments of tbe meeting
who having retired for tbe purpose Mr.
'Callaghan ol tbe (talveston New res-
pweded to a call in a speech of considerable
length and great force.
upon tbe ooncltmoo of Mr. O'Callagban's
rinMkfc tbe Committee on Resolutions re-
rrwdd roPorted tnroKk tieir Chairman
W. H. Woodward the following resolutions
which were unanimously adopted
Resolved That the National Democracy of
Indianola. in view of the present canvass for
PretdBt and Vice President ol the United
" The persons known to be killed or injared
by this awful catastrophe are: A. Della-
londe a fine young man pulled out dead
his father identified bis body at the guard-
bouse and a most distressing scene ensued ;
Alfred Cornu a young man dug out dead ;
Edward Hoev and F. Gueringer rourjz men
badly injured ; A. Boyle exempt fireman
not eipected to live; John Winftate dead ;
John Kennedy hurt and arm broken; A.
Picton badly' hurt and leg broken; Wm.
Fitzgerald news-boy taken ont after half an
honr'R burial beneath tbe ruins badly hurt ;
Mr. Geiger foreman of No. 22. hurt ; Mr.
Clark medical student dead f . G. Bartel-
son of Fassman's iron-tie agency dead ; a
wa't bman badly hurt ; two laborers names
Pcsif ox the Column. In Jackson par-
ish according to to the Bayou Sara Ledger
" there are but. two Douglas meu and one of
them is in jail.'' The accounts are said to be
Ohio. The Hon. Charles Remelin the
great German orator of Cincinnati has es
poused the cause of Breckinridge and Lane
and has been appointed an elector for the
State at large. In a speech recently deliv-
ered be predicts that a large portion of tbe
Douglasitcs will jein the Black Republicans
another portion will merge with the Know-
Xothings and the larger portion hard shells
will fall upon the national platform of the
r Hbd Clear Bides .
d 6 Tiercea Duff d Hams
6 Tlcroee Rice.
10 to! re-cclied Jfolaees
100 sacks Coffep
White and Brown Sugar.
All Just received.
TuneaVdO. vlln4tf. BAMPBON HKNRICKS.
M FORBES and C. BALLARD of Hall etts
vil'e. hare this day formed a Partnership and
rnlmie the business formerly conducted by
Forbes & McKee. They tender their beat eervicee to
the Patron of the old House and hope to merit a con-
tinuance of tbeir confidence by the strict personal at-
tention of the Senior Partner to their interest.
R M. FORBES
Lavaca July 1 1860. C. BALLARD.
rhiavd!i.at'Ienrfiariiui. is the prescription oioneoi
the most experienced and skillful nurses in rw tng-
land and ha been used with never failing success in
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It not only relieves the child from pain but Invigorates
the stomach and liowels corrects ascldity and givee
tone and energy to the whole system. It will almost in-
Griping in the Bowels. & Wind Colic
and overcome convulsions which if not apeedily rem
edied end in deatV tVe believe it the best and surest
remedy in the world in all cases of Dysentery and Diar-
rhesa in children whether it arises from teething or
from any other eause We would say to every mother
who has a child suffering from any of tbe foregoing
complaints do not let vour prejudices nor the prejudi-
ces of others stand between you and your autlering
child and the relief that will be sure yea absolutely
eure to foligw the use of this medicine if timely used.
Fnll directions ionisinc will spciramnv each bottle.
None genuine unless the fac-siro'ie of CcTRTJS 4i
PERKINS Now York Is on tbe outside wrapper.
Sold by Druggists throughout the world. '
PRINCIPAL OFFICE 13 CEDAR STREET . Y
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE
Wholesale by BAKER It SMYTH Austin and
JOHN WRIGHT New Orleans.
April 21 '80- Yllp37-ly.
WHEELER $ WILSOWS
Market St. opposite News Iron Building Galveston.
TajnEELER fc WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES
W are now admitted to be superior to all others ever
invented. As evidence of this fact they took the
In the fall of 1858 at every State Pair In the United
States without one exception wherever contended over
Singer's Grover and Baker's and all others viz - In the
New York Maryland
New Jersey Indiana
The boasting "old time Shuttle machine" of Singer
& Co. contended at most of the above fairs and were
signally and badly beaten In every instance.
Although Wheeler fc Wilson's Machines came out
some four years after Singer A Co.'s yet so sleadily and
rapidly have they superceded 8inger& Co.'s and all
others that their sales for the last twelve months have
been more than 20000 being double Singer A Co.'s and
more than Singer's and Grovei & Baker's combined.
3- 0. CA8EL. Agent for the sale ef these Ma-
chines in Galveston Texas where they oan be had at
wholesale and retail for cesh or approved city aooep-
tar.i'e on as good terms as they can be procured in New
Orieans or the North.
Machines repairod and put in running order at the
Silk and Thread all colors suited for the Machines
Hf Sewing of every kind done at short notice ana
at the very fowest rates.. vlln28-ly
SAMPSON t HENRICKS HAVjNG REMOVED
to their new bpihliiig juat uibed respectfully in
vite their old customers an4 purchasers generally to
call on them. Their aim will be to keep their stock
well selected and full and oomplete at all times.
naving more room thoy will now be able to keep a
much larger stock of groceries and provisions of all
klnda than heretofore.
They resjiectfully solict a continuation of the patron-
age they hive so long received at the bands of the
community at huge.
SAMPSOK A HENRICKS.
Corner Congress Avenue A Bois d'Arc st.
June 23. '0-vlln-tf.
EUROPEAN AND SOUTHERN
Direct Trade Association
97 Gravierst. between Camp and St. Charles.
CA8H ADVANCES ON COTTON SHIPPED DI
rect to Europe with guarrantee of balance.
ABSTRACT OF VALID CERTIF-
ICATES. THE unde.js.ign;"! are now preparing for the press an
" Abstract of Valid rVyP.r Certificates" containing
a description of
First and second class recommended.
Certificates issued by the District Courts.
Hcadright Certificates issued under special Acta.
Headlight certificates issued by the Adj't General to
the heirs of those who fell with Fannin Ward Travis
Grant and Johnson.
Certificates contained in the "Lost Book of Harris
Unconditional Mrtiflcea issued by the County Boards
of the 2nd. 3rd and 4th ci&sets. ' '
Unconditional certificates Issued by the Uonioussioner
Bounty and Donation Warrants returned and patented
prior to 1st August 1856.
Bounty and Donation Warrants issued under special
Bounty and fonailcn Warrants issued by Commis-
sionev of Claims.
Bounty and Donation Warrants approved by Commis-
sioner of Claims.
It will contain a Description of all Duplicates and
such aa have been aum-oved by the Commissioner of
Claims will be noted.'
We are convinced that those acquainted with the
Texas Lmnd System will see the necessity for such a
work and that its completion requires tbe utmost care
"" ' LfcVv wuk ll-.ave. hoWAVar. Mini a i asajg and
intimaie connection with Texas land matters win
eunuie us w mase n rename in au particulars.
havintr been encouraged bv tho ocmmand&tinn and snn.
portof those so well qualified from their long experi-
ence to judge of ita importance we aro determined to
supply this want ; thereby enabling the State and the
people toguard against frauds which have been so
successfully practiced in tke State aaosing honest men
to lose their comes.
We desire all those who wish a copy to notifyfus im-
mediately as the first issue will be limited. This work
will contain about six or seven hundred pages substan-
tially bound and will be ready for deliveryby the 1st of
We request all friends of this . terprise to render us
all the assistance in their power and forward their own
and aa many otbr name as posnni.
W PRICE 50Tper copy payable on delivery.
BUKLAGE A HOLLING8 WORTH.
A V-tM'ABLE FAItlrl FOR SALE.
CONTAINING about 65 acres one and a half
miles N'irth east from the city of Austin on
which there are fine improvements large variety
of the choicest fruits and a never iailicc spring.
This is D of the most desirable places in the
vicinity of Austis and can be bought cheap. For
further information inquire of the subscriber or
Ed. Finnin. R. H. PECK.
Austin. Jnlv H T859. n4g: tf
Texas Military Institute.
COL. C. G. FORSHEY Superintendent.
OPENS Collegiate year Bep. 3. Year divided into
twe aeaalona of twenty weeks each. Vacation 12
weeks in summer.
Discipline Millitary. The drill of company and bat-
tallion light and heavy infantry taught practically.
Dress uniform supplied at Institute.
Charges. Tuition preparatory $30 per sessiec.
" collegiate 60 "
Library fund 2j "
Board with room washing and fuel 80 "
Cadet own tbeir room furniture beds Ac
i aymeiita per session id advance
From the well known fact that manv fraudulent land
certificate are in circulation and that great impositions
have been practiced upon onr citizensbv persons denlimr
In such claims: and as the Legislature have heretofore
found much difficulty in passing such relief bills for the
benefit ef just claimants from the want of a convenient
list of the names of ruarrantces to whom lera! certifi
cates have been issued we tho undersigned think that
the proposedpubllcatlon of Messrs. Burlage A Holllngs-
worth will supply a deslderatim the want of which haa
long been felt. Both of these gentlemen have been
Clerks In the General Land Office and Court of Claims
and their knowledge and experience qualify them emt
nently'fer the preparation of the work described in their
H. R. RUNNEL3 Governor.
F. M. WHITE Com'r Gen'! L- Office.
EDWARD CLARK Com'r of Claims.
Vl0n3-tf B. CROSBY late Com'r G. L. Office.
ntendent Rutersviile. Texaa.
LEFT my residence on Miller Creek. Hays Co. Tex.
on the th of July. 1S80 Mrs. N. J. Stayton my
wife without aay 'ustifiable grounds and I therefore
rorewarned all persons from trading or dealing with her
on my account. I will not be responsible for ber deal-
ings. THOMAS STAY TON.
Loekhart Caldwell Co. Tex Bep. 10 '0-vl2nHw.
Loekhart "Watchman" will copy the aame and call on
E. sleppensta! for payment.
THREE lam young haraeaw marea. one nearly
"thorough bred" also two ponies and an excelleni
two horse wagon aud bar
Sept. 2th I.vl2a8-3w
A LARGE lot black and fair lost received by
SAMPSON A HENRICKS
WHEREAS od the 15th day of June I860 in the
town of Belton Bell county. State of Texas
one Wil'iam J. Garret wbo was aided and assisted by
one Jack Hardy committed an atrocious murder upon
the body of George T. vV illlams and that the said Gar-
ret and his accomplice the Mid Hal dy have fled and
are now fugitives from justice. Boff therefore we
John Williams tbe father and Evan William': tbe
brotberof tbe said Geo. T. Williams des'd do hereby
offer a reward of one thousand dollara for the arreat and
delivery to the proper authorities of Bell county of the
said win. J. Garret and tbe said Jack Hardy; or five
hundred dollars for each or either of them that they
rray be dealt witb for their said crime according to law.
There ia also a reward of one thousand dollara offered
by Governor Sam. Houston for the delivery of the said
drarret ana tiaray to toe neji county autnonties or
five hundred dollars for either of them. For onr sol-
vency and ablliiv to pav the above reward we refer to
Hon. E. H. Vontress JW. P. Hughes Esq. J. Tsylor
and E. W. Talbot merchants 'and Levi Pennington
County Clerk Williamson county Texas
Given under our hands and seals at Georgetown
Williamson county; Texas this the 18th of July 1800
William J. Garret is about 28 or 30 years of age
slenderly made dark hair gray or dark eyes about 5
feet 11 inches or S feet) nigh rather dark skinned
will weigh about 140 pounds stoops in walking and is
Jack Hardy is about 24 year of age is rather slen-
derly made black hair and dark eyes is about & feet 8
or 10 inches high rather dark skinned wiil weigh
about 140 pound and is a gambler.
.Tnlyri'60.vlln508in KYAN WILLIAMS.
PAINTS OILS AC.
BAKER & SMYTH
Dlit'GS. PAIBTS BOOK
STATIONARY AND FANCY GOODS
CONGRESS AVENUE AUSTIN TEXAS.
MARCH 3 VOL 11 NO 30 10m
Bid .veil's Patent
This Grease is made from Coil 0l and has been
tnnnA hv repeated tests to be the most Economical and
at the same time the best Lubricator for Railroad I
Ooaches Mill Gearing Carte Wagons tftages Car-
riages Vehicles of all kinds and all heavy bearings
keeping the axles always cool and not requiring to lie
looked after for weeks. It haa beon tested on Railroad
Cars and with one soakuig of the waate It has run witb
the Cars 20800 miles I All Railroad Omnibus Livery
Stable and Express Companies that have tried it pro- I
nounce it the ne plvn ultra. It combines the body and
fluidity of Tallow Beeswax and Tar nd unlike general !
Lubricator will not run on; it uemg watmnira n.uuu
I have It In boxes ;v to 10 pounds. Also kegs and
barrels from 30 to sOOpounds for ger.eral use and sale.
The boxes are preferable ; they are six inches In diam-
eter by 2X inehea deep and hold 2 pounds net.relail-
ing very readily for 25 cents each. The boxes are c'srii
and hardly a Carman Teamster Expressman Miller or
Piim nr that would not purchase one box for trial. The
small site ooxe imin noses of six dozen each. When
sold by the case no oharge is maae lot ..... u.. ... (foods
can be sent by Express with bill for collection or short
time whero orders are accompanied wilb satisfactory
LIST OF PRICE8.
One dozen 2 lb. boxes ?1
One gross 2 lb. boxes 1 50
In kegs of 30 lbs 5X cts. per lb.
In kegs of 50 and 80 lbs 5 cts.
In kegs of 100 lbs 5 ets.
In barrels of 300to400 lbs 5 eta.
vllnl7-ly 26'Peri Street. New Tork.
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS!
Great La)0T Saving Machine.
PITTS' CM Si ami PLUTER
PATtNTED MAT liTH I860.
THIS NEW A S n VALUABLE IMPROVEMENT
In seeij-plantliig Machines lias been thoroughly
teated an I proven to be all that the inventor cairns fqr
it. It Is unrivalled in durability and simplicity of con-
atruetion and saves throe-fourths of the labor usually
bestowed upon planting. One hand and horse with
one of these Machine can do the work of four.
It ia made entirely ol Iron. Its weight is only forty-
five pounds. Independent of the wheel or roller ihus
requiring less draught power than any qther Machine
of the kind In use. I:h construction Is so simple that
any blacksmith can make M.
Theplpw is of steel and so shaped as to cut the fur-
row without throwing qui ihe dirt letting the same
fall back into the furrow; thus covering the seed with-
eat any dry dirt coming In contact with them and
doing away with harrows or small plow to coyer tlje
seed which are very much in the way from clogging
with weed wet dirt te. causing constant stoppage to
clear them away. To farmers who have to use such
fertilisers At guano Uroo ashes (cc. this Mnchlne is
the one tney need as both the seed and fertilizer are
deposited in the furrow at the same plooe and time. 1 1
ean be regulated to drop any distance desired. Cotton
is drilled or ean be dropped In hills if desired.
State and County Rignta for sale on reasonable tonna.
For Further particulars address
W. C. PITTS
July 14 60-v11b40 tf Austin Texas.
WH. R WILSON
IMPORTER A DEALER IM
Hardware & Agricultural Implements
Corner Congress and Travis St's.
GENERAL PEAI.ERS IN
OF THE CTTT OF NEW ORLEANS.
1"NDED in 1?32-Charter..! br the T.iif;!stnre of !
aliae. with Agricultural and Mechanical !
Capital Stock. $3.10000.
Ta the new and poMnii Iron Kdirice knovn &i li .
9. K. Corner of Camp and Common Itttoafe Entranre
on both Street.
OPEN DAY AND EVENING.
Kills DOLBEAR President.
GEO. B BRACKKTT Prof.
Rl'FL'.- PO LRE A R Lecturer.
J. W. BLACKMAN Prof.
nON. .T. M. CARRIOA V A M late BBpfl E.ln ;
cation. I.:i . Prof and lecturer on C'imimticial Ijiw As
m. b. McCarthy Vrot.
Department for PcnmansJii1
RUFCS DOLBEAR lecturer.
J. B. GRIFFITH nasi
MANUEL MARINO prof.
GEO. GESSXER Pn.f.
Latin and Greek Department.
M. MARINO r Pnr.
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL.
Hats Boots and ttvioes
1860 FRESH GOODS. 18G0
THE SUBSCRIBERS AKE NOW RECEIVING
a handsome assortment of Ladies' Spring and Sum-
mer dress roods comurisinir in part rich Organdie
- .- . - .-. t .. r-- ... - . i.i i. 1
white col'd and oiact mireKes ; uiaco. juk-b.
colored French Organdies; do. do. Lawns and
.laroneta inlain colored French Lawns
dine; Parasols Ate all of the latest importations.
SAMPSON & HEXrtU'Krt.
BLACK DRAB D'ETE COATS AND PANTS.
Summer Cloth Coats Pants A Vests.
Black Alpaca " it "
White A col'd Marseilles Pants k Vests
Blue and irrey flannel Sacks aad Paltoe.
White and brown Linen Coats and Pants.
Bhlrts Cravats &c.
All just received and for a'e by
March 31 '80 SAMPSON A HENRICKS.
OTTONADES PLANTERS' LINEN BROWN
Linen Drills Spring Prints Nankeens Blue Cot
ton Damask super black and drab d'Ete white linen
Drills linen and cotton Sheetings together with a lull
assortment of goods for Sprlngand Simmer wear.
For sale by
March 31 '80 SAMPSON A HENRICKS.
DUFFIEI.D CANVASSED HAM8 Just received
and for sale by SAMPSON to. HENRICKS.
SUMMER MANTILLAS a handsome assortment.
Black I.ace Points and Mantillas of the latest
(vies just received and for sale by
SAMPSON A HENRICKS.
March 24th 1860vlln33 tf
Rhetoric Logic and Elocution
This" is'the only chartered Commercial College in the
Southwest and the oldest in the United Slates nn.l has
MORE THAN A QUARTER OF A CENTIRY
on its own merits alone.
Board can be had with the Professors or other goo.1
families speaking Knglish French. Bpanist or Uerninn.
from $5 te $6 per eek.
N B To prevent mistakes or imp;siliiisM'i.iriit-
intended for this College should bring this advertise-
ment or special directions aa there f.re every winter
temporary rooms oven fur a few innnHss; "". of coarse
making wonderful pretension and Hontse and posting
flaming placards to enliifhten the people .1' New Or
leans and Ihe South. When three or more form elak
and enter at the same time ten per cent will M de-
ducted from tuition.
Catalogues wiih terms opinions of the pre-. and lead
inn men of the nation etc. iK-nt to ail who deeira them
b addres.ing RUFUS DOLBKAR
SAN ABTONIO TEXAS.
THE Principal of thia Institu-
tiou tiaa pleasure in auoouuciuK
that since its establishment in San
Antonio snine three years ago young men from
different parts of the Sthte have taken the course
prescribed and are now keeping books at salaries
varying from oae to four thousand dollars per
The course preoeribfd at tbis Institution em-
braces " Bouh-arrping y Double Klltry" as ap
plied to every departmnt of'rade. Calculations
Ol'H Aromatic Wine of Quinine I. therroet ..(rectus'
toi Ic ever offered to the community for a:' e
deliilitv ariMiifc from sAtlsl arid Tr vr. or
remittent 'r.d intermittent ferer. It is deeignrJ Car '
iHrititii.ent eradication ot thoe affection ot It
and iMsaUSMsBS waist attend the disea
Hot eltraatea. It Is constantly helng pivcriti bv
our pbysietaaa an UbjSM i. ailendej with a
k ! reu'x.
Pre;.;!--xl and Md onlv ' :
e?2 Sign of the Mortar Pecs- s-
V K C A LL"rAKTICl"LAR ATTENI I " N
tU the fact tintt our Stock (
STATION EL'T AND STATION Kits ASTICI Es
i.- very large and compute.
BLANK BOOKS Of EVERY UUCaUTI IOX.
We are prepuretl to offex ni-ususl it ducement t.
cotu lr Drngsrista and Merchants.
I'.A KER k BM Til
BIDWSLL'S COAL OIL CKKASK.
FOR AXI.KS. MACHINERY. .
For Bale bjr Baker .t Smyth. Assausa Toad
KI'RKKA i:i:iBO. POISON
BAKER A SMYTH'S
Compound Erasive and Tojh Soat
is !nfallik for the purpose for which is i designee!
TIFTY POINDS AN f POISON
JL1 .iut ioeeived i'v
S. B BRUSH
AimI Wholesale and Retail Dealer
H v "st
a& nisssff .
IJorso & Mule Shoes.k
THESE SHOE3 AKE OF TnE MOST PKR-
fect and improved form. They are made of the
best n-Bried Horse Shoe Iron and ar uaed by all the
h u.. ....!; .nl I mmm. .. i pri ne: i1 and b-st sh.iers throughoi.t the con; tri A
y...c-FoUoD.... cu -n.K -..- p-. .... Assortment of the different sizes and wei. -
WATCHfeS AND JEWELRY
OF the finest quality. Just received and fori
SAMPSON A HENS
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
SUPERIOR LOT Just received and for sale by
SAMPSON fc HENRICKS.
WINES AND LIQUORS
M inOJCE PALE RRAsTPT.
J Virginia Alple rd Peach Brandy.
Old Madeira Wine. '
Pale Sherry "
Old Port g
Mountain Dew Whlskoy.
Old Houilion '
Zeiyleli It' e "
Hootoh and Irish "
On hand and for sale by
SAMPSON & HENRICKS
ECHANIC'B TOOLS WOOD AND WILLOW
are vu le:y P-aila Uaetlngs Onnd and Mill
tones PiiiruVOlla; Window ulass Tin. Iron and
Zinc Cooking and Parlor Stoves Solar ijanio.
Lift i.nd Force Pumps Oin Bands of all
sizes Hemp and Gum Pacl.iug ; Agent
CELEBRATED FIRE - PROOF SAFES.
and Hoe's Diaston's and Blakewell's
Tlln30 CIQULAR SAWS- 12'Q-Iiirormatiun-
1. The public are respectfully informed that the exer-
cises of Austin Coneej be resumed on the (Irs t Monday
In February next firmer an efficient and able corps of
. The regular College classes wiP be organised if ma-
terial be mruib.4 mneTer small In number and a full
eourse of instruction given to eacn m th. nfui.r uiiIm
8. The PreparatoryDepartment will be ereanised under
the general superintendence of the President and any boy
wbo can read Intelligibly may be admitted to Its classes.
A The President will occupy rooms in the College
bollding where be may bs found at all times ; and all the
Professors wbo may not have families of their own will
be expected to reside in the Cellege edifice and thereby
give protection to the property as well a to exercise a
constant supervision over the students while on the Col-
6. The present term commencing on the first Monday
of February will olose on the last Wednesday In June.
Huntsville Texas Dec. 33 '68. KDPU8 W BAILEY
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES
YALLENCIENES lace Setts French work Setts
French work collars aud sleeves illusion capes and
bertha v..i -.ii:l maltese lace
Black bruesel and gtilpare laco
White black and blond laoe
White and blaok English ornne
Cambric edgings and Insertliiga
iilack love and lace veils
Embroiuereu oan us and
Embroidered 4c hemstiche.i handkerchiefs
Together witb a large a sortinenl of dress trimmings
rrbvons ic all
Just received an J for tale bv
Tllnia-tf 8AMPSON & HENRICKS.
LEATHER. A large assortment just received
and for sale.
8AMPSOX & HENRIf ' S.
PRINTING PAPER. A good stock news ai
book. Just received and for sale tv
SAMPSON & HENRICKS
kj for sale by
A large and full asanrtiiiert
SAMPSON & HENRICKS.
STAPLE DRY GOODS.
SATINETS JEANS COLORED ASD BLACK
sloths bleached and brown domestic white and
colored flannels colored and black print table damask
and sheeting together with all the articles required in
house keeping just received and for sale hv
WHISKY. SO bls Boyle's Rose
10 bbis Family Rye
10 bbis Pennsylvania Dew Drop
11 bbis ssstj ier Diamond B
For sale by SAMPSON HKNRICKS.
Juno 30 'BO. vUn47-tf
.Cashmere Shawl Goal.
THE United Cashmere Company of Sumner coun-
ty Tonnessee purchased tbeir original stock of
Cahmcre Goats from Dr. James B. IHvis of South
Carolina who imported them from Asia in 1849. In
addition to the Davis stock that company has purchas-
ed Twenty-one more Thorough bred Ceshmere Ooats
imported from Asia by Mr. Brown U. 8. Consul at
Constantinople within the past two years and from
which the united Cashmere Company have been-aud
are now breedliiz. A considerable number ot the nm.
duoe of tbe thorough bred and common z at have been
sold to citizens of Texas to be delivered i n the Fall of
18C0 1801 and 1882. All those who desire to get them
tbe presentyear should order by the 20th of Septem-
ber. Geo. W. White Esq. of Austin who is our only
agent in Texas will furnish any information desired in
regard to the Casbmere goat price Ae. and all orders
made through him will be promptly filled.
ROB'T WILLIAMSON Gen'l Agsut.
July 21 1800. HvSOnlSm
FOR BALR.-J HAVE IN THE
vicinity of Austin ten fine Bbadrd
Bucks which I will sell for cash or trade
for ewes. They hve been carefully se-
lected by myself from the most highly
improved flocks of Kentuckv. with a view to larv
fine wool and heavy fleece will each weigh from three
to five hundred pounds and have sheared from twelve to
seventeen pounds of fine wool the growth a single year.
Those wishing to buy or see these sheep will pie e ucll
on me or G. K. Freeman at the ofiiee of the latter. In
Autln. C. T. FREEMAN.
s" San Antonio Tezan and Ideer. and Waco
Southsrnor copy to amount Of ii HO and charge this
Austin City Lots for Sale
THE subscriber has 7 excellent elty lot for sale on
reasonable terms"for cash. For private residences
their locations are very desirable.
Lot 3 and 4 in Block 151
Lot 6 6 and 8 In Block 78.
Apply to M RP. L. J. CU8HN ET
or FRANK BROWN.
for sale or Rent.
TnE well known Mm of . B. Smith situated 5
miles west of the city of Austin on the San An
tonio read; containing 180 acres of land more or less I
jw oi wnicn is in a mgn state oi cultivation and about
40 acres of fine pasture all ot which is under a good
aedar fence with never tailing spring of pure water.
There is on the premises a fine dwelling bouse good
outhouses of every description a fine sloae spring.
house stables Ao. ke.
Terms liberal. For further particulars inquire of
Hollingsworth A Bro or
Aastia June 30 '60. vlln47-tf T. D. ORMSBT.
MATAGORDA A WHABTON
fTS. HE undersigned respectfully Informs tke travelling
M. puuuc hum ne ti now running aoemi y eesJy LUne
of Sum between Matagorda and Wharton connecting
at tbe former place with the Mail and Passenger boat
for all points on the Lower Bay and at the latter with a
regular Itne of Daily Stages to East Barnard Depot on
the Buffalo Rayon Brazos A Colorado Railroad.
Leaves Matagorda on Mondays and Thursdays at 0
o'clock a. . and arrives at Wharton 8 o'clock r. a.
Leave Wharton on Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 o'clock
a. a. and arrives at Mataaorda at 8 o'clock r. M
awn day. GEORGK R. CHBESMAN
Jun I5ao-vlln44-ly Contractor
FERRV &. STAKE ROPE. A large stock on
band and for sale by
SAMPSON A HENRICKS
RECORD BOOKS. 8 to and ii its for sale
by SAMPSON &HENR1QKS.
FAMILY GROCERIES. A good assortment
just received and for sale low for cash.
Commercial Law aud Political Ecouomy in tbeir
different relations to Commerce.
Pupils being taught individually applicants can
enter at any time.
Time required to complete the Course from 8
to 12 weekn. but the number of lessons not being
limited all are desired to attend until quallifi-i
in a thorough practical tnannei to ake charge
of and keep Books according to the latest and
most approved style.
fW TEIt.TIN S50. a
TESTIMONIALS FKOM TtiK PRESH
" This Institution the only one of the kind in this State
is conducted by Mr. James Z. Ranck who having gradu-
ated at Gundy's Cincinnati Mercantile College stood when
quite a youth among the first in his ptofession as a prac-
tical book-keeper In the well known bouse of Pierce Page
i Co. Cincinnati Ohio. Asa Christum Advocate.
" Mr. Ranck has just closed with sue 9S a second class
in the science of book-keeping by douole entry at thi
place. Texas Banger.
" One of Mr. R'a pupils who but a short time ago was
altogether unacquainted with the mercantile business is
now keeping In the wholesale and retail Drug and IIo k
Store of Drs. Gregory A Blakemore of this place one of
the most s .'somatically arranged set of double entry books
that can be found in the State. LaGranae Paper.
" Ws would advise tho e of our readers who have sons
whom they wirh to fit for the business occupations of life
to send to this school. Cphur Oemocrat.
11 This valuable Institution is located in San Antonio.
Aiutfn State Gasett?.
" As a praptica! test of the value of Mr. Ranck's instruc
tion as a teacher of book keeping we on'y need state the
fact that ia a number ot towns of this State where Mr
R. has taught young men who derived all thtir knowledge
of accounts from him are now receiving fine salaries as
book-keepers in the best houses in the country.
"ThU Is an impregnable fact and we state It as an en-
couragement for a'l youag men to avail themselves of the
opportunity now presented them of aequiriag so useful
and elegant an accomplishment. San Antimio Herald.
" Several young men in this city have been enabled
through theii attendance upon his course to obtain first
class situations and we learn that only a few weeks since
a yoong gentleman trained under him secured an appoint-
ment ss book-keeper in large mercantile establishment
in New Orleans. &in Antimio Led ter.
"This school has now been located in our city a su(B-
cleat time for our cititens to anderstand its merits. Here
is where a scholar should go before commencing in the
world fur htmsejf. In three months he will be capable or
keeping books iy any of ur business houses.- Han Anionic
" Mr. Ranck opened a school in this place with some Go
subscribers and has since taught with eminent success.
'"'" M-i.a Hanner.
I "The distinguished success he has met with at ilouston
Chappell Hill Washington and other places is suiflcient
i recommendation. Oms Star.
" The books of si Tcral of th . best mercantile houses In
thi place are being Vept by young men who ow ; their
knowledge of the science to a course of instruction in Mr.
Ranck's Mercantile School. thmttiles Inifirer.
" He has taught several sessions in this place and h'i" we
believe given universal satisfaction to his patrons. True
" Mr. Ranck Is the best bookkeeper we have ever seen.
" He is the Principal of that flourishing Ir.ititutio at
San Antonio known as Ranck's Mercantile College 8e-
"This Institution has certainly a strong c'aim to the.
patronage of our youi g men. Awtin Intelligencer.
" It is conducted by my old friend James E. Ranck whom
I knew when though a mere boy he stood at the head ot
his profession as a practical bookkeier in one of the
largest houses In the city of Cincinnati. Cor. Galtes-'on
"Besides he is a regular gradnate of one of the het
Mercantile Colleges In the United States." Tessas Mon-
ument. For further narticlars address
Oct 8. T9 n-ly
S per 100 ponuds.
8. B BRUfil
fixtures for Chain Pumps We
Tubing for Chain Pumps; Chn:n Mr Chain
vol 11 no mli tt B BtUKLMl
Horse shoe ftail.
T)O.XE3 OF 25 LBS.
AT 20 CatWTB PER LB
S. B. BRlll
CISTERX WELL AUD FORCE PFMP8 WITH
Lead. Tin. Zinc and Tinned Conner Pipe.
S B. BRUSH
othr Cooking Stoves.
CHARTER OAK A N I
B. B. BSl'Hil.
COOKING STOVES OF VARIOUS PATTEKNJ
and price for sale by S. B. PBliaM
ERCITANTtf SUPPLIED ON TnE MOST r.EA-
MILK PANS. BUCKETS AMD CCP8COVJLKXD
MiIk Pi.iH Strainer Buckets Wire Htnunrrs ll..t
Strainers. Ac. Ac.
H. B BRUSH
TIIING TUBS niPSPONGE ANI SHOWER
li.uh-. S. 11. HKISH.
i on! Oil lainp hnlr. Ac
FLU1I AND OTHER LAMI'SIt-re.! to burn CM
Oil. B. B. BRUSH
COAL OiL 1 50 PER GALLON
8 B. BRUSH
BOOTS it SHOES. Ladie's
youth's and children's. A
stock. For sale by
men r misses
SAMPSON & HENRICKS
HARDWARE. A full assortment fur sale by
SAMPSON & HENRICKS
GIN BAND8. 3 4 5 6 7. 8 9 10 and 12 inch
India Robber Gin Bands. For sale by
CROCKERY Wood and Tin Ware. For sale
by SAMPSON & HENRJCK8.
Cky FRUITS. Oysters pickles saltm.
mackerel etc. . fresh supply just receive-n
. 8AMPSON &. HENRK; K 8.
Austin oil est
LOCATED AT HUNTSVILLE WALKER CO. TE."A3.
REJ. RDFUS W. BAILCT D. D. President Professor
Moral and Intellectual Philosophy.
Rev. Joseph H. Calvin A. M. "Chase" Profesaor An-
cient and v odern Language
B. V. Grady A. M. "Baker" Professor Mathematics and
J. u. rntecot A. B Adjunct Professor Mathematics
Wm. P. Perrle; A. B. Adjunct Professor Latin and
Professors Perrie and Penteeo-rt In charge of Prepara-
tory Department under special supervision of the
ColltfiaU yar commences the irst Monday in Sep-
tember and closes the Isst week la June
Two sessions of ve months sach with no Intervening
vacation except for Christmas holidays
Tuition In College Classes. $60 per year
Tuition In Preparatory Departmr.t from i8n to 40
payable half yearly in advance on the First Monday in
September and February.
Tuition remitted in case of protracted sickness and no
student matriculated until the tuition I paid to the Treas-
urer. Boarding In respectable families from 10 to 12 per
month. Application may be mad to the President.
The health and morals of youth are as completely pro-
tected here as they can be anywhere under human care
The Greatest Improve men.
or the Age.
LEATHER! LEATHERI! LEATHER!!!
Simnts' Tannery 8 miles East of Austin.
J IHE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED
to show vp his new process for tanning all sorts
Leather. (Without bark in from cne to forty davs.)
There are a few county right yet unsold whieh he will
sell low for the cask. The highest cash price paid for
all sorts of bides and skins. Leather exchanged for the
same at lower rates than it ean be had at any store In the
Interior of the Slate. The Leather has the approval of
the best workmen in the State.
. J R .SIMMS.
I he oan Antonio T.Hrj-.-.r ("j;-o. ... vrar ...i riii...
HoraK copy for three months and send their "bills to
CORNER OF CAMP AND COMMON STREETS.
ENTRANCE NO. 80 COMMON STREET.
E.-TULISBED IS 1856.
Open Day and Evening the entire year.
TIN ROOFINU GUTTERING AMD JOBBING
done. H B. BRUSH.
IMPORTANT CHANGE !
Notice te Travelers in Texas I
NEW MAIL SCHEDULE.
T jLuittn San Antonio and Intermediate
24 to "6 Hours Tme Sawed.
Shortest Quickest a id Cheapest route to
the Brazos and Colorado Vaiieys Auh-
tirj and Western Texaa vi :
B. B. B. & 0. RAILROAD ! !
From Harriaburg connecting vsith New Oi-
leans and Galveston and Galveston Harnsbnrg
and Houston (J. S. Mail Steamers and at Ki'-h-mond
with Stages to Austin Han Antonio and to
Gonzales and intermediate points.
Cars leave Hairisburg each day (except Sun-
days.) at 7 o'clock a. m. and Richmond at I
o'clock P. M.
Passengers for Austin & c. leave Galveston on
Monday's Wednesday's or Fridays Steamboat
taking cars at Harritborg acd Stages at Rich
mood the following days reaching Austin or San
Antonio la 2 1-2 days from Galveston.
Through tickets to Austin and intermediate
points by Railway and F. P. Sawyer's 8tgei
may be obtained at Harnsburg or at the Mtage
Office in Houston over Houston branch of above
Railroad. JON. A. WILLIAMS.
Sup't BBB4C Railway.
June 5. iar8 43-tf.
A FULL COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN THIS
Institution embrace Double Entry Book-keeping
Commercial Calculation Commercial I.aw and Pen
Gentlemen can enter eparately for the foil course or
any branch they may desire and at any time a there is
no Class System no copying from books and no memo-
rirlng tit arbitrary mles. Each gmtleman ha a desk to
himself 8nd proceed in tbe practical discharge of an
accountant duties by opening conducting and closing
of Books under all the variety of circnmstanceB that
can possiblv occur in tbe Counting House.
THE COLLEGIATE COURSE
Is the most extensive complete and thorough ever Intro-
duced into any Commercial College and will embrace
the most approved and practical forms for keeping
books by Double Entry in the various departments of
trade and commerce iiiclndlng mercantile manufactu
ring end steamboat book-keeping; individual company
and compound comoany with forms adapted to the
wholesale retail banking mechanical arocerv and
commission business etc. eta. together with account
current account sale aud a complete system of com-
For Catalogue containing full Information and a Ral-
anee Sheet Circular the mt magnificent work of the
kind over executed in the United State address
GEO. SOULE. New Orleans.
N B. 8trangers are renoetfnllv infnrm.H i.i ..n
NEW MUSIC STORE.
THE undersigned informs the citigens of Aus-
tin and the public in general that be has
considerably enlarged his Stock of Music and
offers to sell besides Music in all ita different
DrancLes the lollowing articles viz :
Music Paper ( ruled ) per quire
Warrented Italian Strings each
Galvanized Violin "
Sop. Violin & Guitar " "
Com. " " "
JMignsn steel r"iano ' per ounce &0
Violincello striags from io to SO cents each
Double bass strings " $2 " $2 50
Postage on8tri.ngs. 6 cests per otocc
Catalogues of music can be had gratis on appli-
cation. A liberal discount allowed to dealers and
teachers. Persons sending poat stamps instead
of money are requested to send 3 cent rtamps.
Any piece of music even if not en hand will be
procured without extra charge.
vl0n.30-tf CHARLES SPRENGER.
The New Hall
JCST THE PLACE
ICrail v !
NEEDED ! f
No Draya?e on Cotton.
FROM ar.daft.-r This date all cotton assigned tons
for sals will be received fre of draysge.
HENRY SAMPSON A CO.
i . . Cotton Factors
June 30 'SO vUn47-ly Houston Tex
JOHN L. BUAAS
TA Kr pV'"""' in '"forming his fronds nd the
public genersll that hi. New H.ll wilt be openr j on
the 21st int. where he will be fully prepared -07
mod.t. BAILS. HAKXII-;?riTs?rFM'
PLBLI4J VIFFTIJvGS 4lITSr?.
of every description. The Hall hJbSfbla '-'.
to meet the wants of the community i. ntted up" M.T.'
gant seats with new enery drpurMm Hi. "
ment of tbe stage and will" bo foiL Tthe 1VJ t Ir
quested to bear in mind when they visit Comme-rial ano with the lattimDro"Temerft.eV!'K eTenlv-
rlchools. where they are forced against their will7 to Parties c. llll"nPTemenU for the us. of Ball.
register their name that they are not in any wav. There is also a lam IWr..hm.. - . .
i suPPr " be served ub at short noticT
Mr. B ! calls attention to bis stock of
Staple and Fancy t.ro.er..
!1 of which will be .ow ow for J ure Tex .
m.- .- :...i ;.. v i . " -
niv-ii wr ii-i;.ji ujunu to pay ixieir money
uifiiu'-'.ioii uirTPi . l ni mrwiA .f nrrvu n K-..:
been resorted to by our oompentor ibr the purpose of
imposiuir; upon and deceiving the unsuspecting stranger
j makes it necessary for me to write thee line of adrao
CHICKERINQ & SON'S PIANOS
38 Prize .TledaN.
I i t' .a1?"1' Aent ir th botejnst!y
A. eslebrated firm laving established a Repository
in Messrs. Armstrong and Bro-e store on Strand street
Gaveston. Texas begs leTe to invite the attention
of the citizens of the Stale to the sixteen difterent ."vie"
iToo00 pt qn band' Tirying !" C- fl'
All instruments warranted a the zerybest in market
unsurpaed for durability and guaranteed faHan
Piaaos Tram aao Tsobocoitlt Roci.aT.d
IsaSTSn fr"mbjd needing Pi.DO nnedorDr
CASES CANTON GINGER "'
Tune 21. 'o.
FEAlsctaT rkr-T-T . .-
vl 1 r.48 Om J2LZ
"" .-B. CM).'
WILLI ASI CHRTHBH
suaavusU AND BETUL
WW manufMturer aad dealer InaM
Hr Qnj. packed for shipping at the .horte notle
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