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   Galveston News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1857, Galveston, Texas                                RiJilARJDSON & CO., ( I XC �2 SSL ULa liT"*) PROPRIETORS. UALVESTOIS, TEXAS, TUESDAY   >    Mud s \ ri ill) n . I i � li   , i; |i -> I) \   v   i ii 1 r>" ,v I..- illlli I HUT. 'U' mot .1, ., ,,.. I \k'iH ilH-lini � clil i   -� Vil  it.- by r' i i-liei- '......;: ..I ,i m. ii ..... ..>� I I' per "'I 1,1 -.mi nl- |" i ii  itirtliiri �;>:  I'rititiiijU". ,. :,i.tu l..i�       li.i-iii'. .1 I, ,l,.1-. 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U   l�A\l�i....... lurk N  (   IH i MANAN �J|,. lilK.\,   \. .....1� itll    -'. ..H".......� -��    ----- li-nl'v mU.i|-P"I l"f lni*l*'.   >Ih|�|ht� Uy Uila lltia -piit" Ii, uimI ii|"ii i in* low     'Mirri'iit i�.>oi1m m'lit u- t>n* Ac*-"I N�*� to'- "i  i'llHrU**. ., II. ii. MILI.S. A�onit, t.aiu M--U. '."LUKN Ml'ltlLA V, Ag�'lit. tij *H.tilb >tl*H-l Ntw \ ; i ait. a�woi:tiiy. TnoMi'-o.N ItBEAV. (>t'*�chek. Kin itiHiitfht .i'nl cx.-fU m.iy ii-l> r:iU . V Tk. �JAI.\ l.troN  \m>  BO*TO> PACKET*. ^   ^   sH>   �it it ii'tiiiiiitiit i";it'it" III.I M \- MAlUl.t:�l. Vl.7'7;  XAI.k1 AM) SMALL I'tto'tT!* i,'AM'V unl Sl!t| I- luv U.i^ln. Coll l>i ii tr-ll. ..'i, Hli...-., Huts mill Culm, Haul War.-. W....I \V�n.. Tin ll'HH, (^lictill- nil.) li::i-.t W iiv 'i ifrfillB. I!"|�'. S.i.l.lliT)-. .in'! (iriM-eiicin, Wllloil    �Iltl    !.ltltl"lr.. 1.1,1'M .' MAYIM.L'M, k.'i'li rmmtinll)' mi liuiid III*' mIwim' mincrul itB^jllnit'lit uf MftclmnliM:.- v. hlnli tin.- h.'II a! i!ii. i/iwert '.*ii!i!i prlct'b, %l Whole-i.alsami llrr*lL. Th�y � ill almi rin.k. t..r .ai,., , uliiT in Ihli 1-iiiiv N.,� York, hi IdiRton.   _ A tiv.S Kit \I.   KKCKIVINO.   FciUWAKIllNIi,  AM Commission iiuhinkss. Mult'"! itfocl. IvlrlnuL'li.l July 21 '.VI � if >1'M.\1IAV   M'FAKl.A.M* k I'll.. i.....'i!..,rr t.iT. It. M'Miilinti .* C.i. .uiki-.i.   i.KAt.KRa   ix KTAri.B 4KD i'am'l MKttOHAi.|'/.S tlroreri** und Plftnialioi. .nppllr*. KICllMOND-TKXAfi. Sl'ICClALutuintloti given u> Kci'et.iitK iiml K(irv.:ti-d-Iiik M�r�h�tMllz� nndUouiitrr mvlucx. Ptaaven doing Ihf'ir liiMin�i� lliroujjh im, will lie tintlUod to torago of rution fnaofchaf��, ftrvrMvli Montr .vnra- Joll St. >1AKY'M UNIVKKMT\. ll � i.vLHTOK-TllXJ.. 'I^HIS lti-uiilli.�n. .iii.iiiinniili.il .il iln l.irl ^., m.."�'i *�    I he l.i'gl.latini' or I.1 Ian. anil cliilliiM*1'! I�>   l''C "i ililalon "I Mary." under tliu (.-.Ui'imiigi* <�l i In- 111. 111'.'. J. M.  ,iH, Writing. (..r�nun�i-. Geography, Mathemaliea, llid-loiy, Khelorle, In. try, Mythology, Antronomy. Navl giiti-.n. Surveying. Iloliiny, Cheml�try, KngllAh I yin-- -tun!;. IjiKik-Keeimitf Noniral and Moml I'hilofm. nil � HI nnve llo   Uitltl, lle:ulititf. 11' I'iir.r Jl   Hi |. Ml" MAI,..... . l�l.AM'  .. >A.N JAl I.N To.. "   Till -S 11 V....... �'   1) LOLil'llM... "    UUlN........ "    M'H'b........ ling VV.-I'A....... f..r rr.-ighi  i |�� tj-.i�i-. i.|'|.!v !� ... UUl. Vk li AI,VI.ST.I> mi'. Krgular Line. .............l.ri. I1EMJ. IIINKI...V .............. AaaHtk. US*. .............      j. r. Cuiuiih. ............    "        ItlDAU HA14. ............. li. W. I'atcca. .......... A   N. HTKVKSi. ........... (i.   W. TlVLHR. ............. M. li. r'KAllR. atf, li.i.mg f-HH-ri.-r aei.^iinnn-la-I' II MCllol.'Ni .1 Co.. Iln. k W liar I. \>u m:\\ VOKk siaii i.i > i-:. i!o�aJ)�B*-rrnm -1.. t a li-'e. Hoard and Tiiili-f i:.itninercial and (''' rMucauon............   .......ii,.' i Wiiuhlng and Mending........   ,'� . lied and Bedding..............    - ' I'tiyalclan'* Pee...............        *. Miutic aud Drawing...........  4 >   ScHowa*. paid half yeuily In ad-�    i',.   vsno'i. I.rani'hi'. Uoston .Vdvcrllscmi'iils. .  �*l A ,s \ H I  i ai.i.....si     �  rMAM.ISKRtl IX 1 :il ile en in pa I iri. .(I,| : uipiiiihii �a� llrft 'Iran li 1" the remurk.v.:.  ,e.....i\hi,|, l 1'oHB tl.e use of this rinlre, anil ill-. i':i'r ..! a ii ..',.1 f.ol-�liei, wlin wan eured h.r it of a �e. cm- n ...iii.I i ecel. ed in aetlon, lartlcularlr altrmcled notoe Tlil� vnteinn aftorwaritaemlgrBteil to our own louutry ami in grntl-tinto for aome favorl rendered liim, divulged the reeret of It. pretMiraUon. Thin �-a� the origin ..f i'.� iVu� AWt*. In alt iiuAt ageH, ointments have i.i'i..f''. Wttli-tiii.s-re�e,Jy m the h-rt-e indeed a physician In nine ea>w'n out otten, is neeiiieis or it ii- Itself a Aouw docJbTr'. tu ftanilv/ it it aVum^, ne u'SAirv. for the ..llgillei-.l cut or Mrrnli-h, tlir- dee|i.�^ fieeh wound or scald, oi never.- I'urn, tire ht once rc lievul by il. 1. is lis e�e:>- ii.r 'inlrersal usefulness I hat conbtitutes its chief value A selection from the unmet..ipsttmonials of ta rlrtiaia might lie given by the proprietors, but they firefer to let it rest on it* own merits, which nil! not All lo recommend It to nil. The follow ing are aiion Alii), HACriTLBIIKN'R MUMi; STORE, ii street, between Trdnmi It-Episcopal Church. Hal resl.in-Texas. >'. <). AilverHseniculM. 1 |      *T. tMARLEJ EXt'HAJioiE MO"f El.. N iw UniiiXB, La. HALL * HILDRETH, june-'lii.'M-lytwn Proprietors St HOtll. HOOKS A.1U STATION \ H\ II. U. McOlNNIh. of runsoimi- WBmBRNbook */�  afjitiof. fffiiv Tuition in rriniMi >  K-lncatHni. f . p*-r ninii 'i. TnuiDin In Ci�w]i-:�l K^hn-fttluii..   "� >' Half livianliTN bu* h    only iIIiir Al lb* CollOltr..................        '� '     H.**Cl-'m. AL'ti. M. J. GAL'DjST. 'IM.l- t'Tiiowirjr vr��rS� \\\'] Tm a� n K i' * i" p^'k^:" Jtwel *j, \\ ut. hr� and r nucy Uoedi ��   I ic | m i r (i (. ;t' t o - !� il) ;i ill I N i �  V-ok  - �|-alT II ITi-|M VVI, ,to........ILa.iI.i    fr.4,� Hr.xi; |vi-k MII.T*'** *%Jt..i�'........W�. |:p.�.P>onr. \U*tt>r �     Illtl-lliN   Vp)'...n\.....(�  MUHfc. "    A LA .tit i .Vjii tan* v.,�,......VU '|.,�n. -     li.M.I   V,Il.l^. .*���...*.    .1 ami.- Mt N ah "    LP 'Li-'Li. ALit� ifrj U;nt..LiiLUUUti. Tl- \ A    V�i i..iii..........Li i k, ' 'M !."\lAi.�>i I..U-,_____  ILL'  IUlt�^ Unw - \ I I Nf.. *"* t"M-.........W .u.sEft VI.  m-  W \Kl.VlAN I)IM�0 A �'' "'-�'i, m.I Arft'iii.- Nt'� iork. li'WKU. A Kl'TMVKN. .iml .IU11N SI1AI KKLKi'l Ji * -      Arf'-hl- hi tiitlv.'-'.-o! \t;VV  OHl.EANA   \M>  TIWS I MTU) hTATIA MAIL MM . 'I'MF   fol!.,tt !l|g   l;-�    .ati-. :li' -l.'    -.-."..I.o-liip* rlnr MMti'Tttni'iit -i lioinmi stnl Klon'iiltni* \U l.t ami Coral N'reklwvh uiul Armli>UB^uriU) fn. U (IIAUI-KS Mill.) ATI.AN 1'H'. .. . MIXK <�...... I.ULISIAN A i'.l Hi WM) IV one r\ rry A M. . n liirMiin- i rvi'.V H'XUIV M |. r nale low at Ui�; !IUIT>E KCKMfeHlNti WAUC-HOU&K-tjidlrd* und Urnllrmem' Uoid \Vat*he#. J.i�l rK. Untical lustramrnu. At., A % and Piados, Mi-n Hox*"*, ll.'iu>'S, Tuntiil Forks Ari>ir -'-I i v nf Sit t -iy, anil r- t .�].' I-iw at ! !,t 'lofrtl- 1 l KNlKlUNii W\UK IMISK. Try* nnd Taui-y   i.t-ral .lAAortiiM'.H o( tlie Ufwint Ti-yh a ltd Caui-y gt^Mi* �ur.a-.it' for Cbristm:.!** and Nc� "   ia'' i-. M|*�Htl iind w*fftv are Vj.pl) r U, NICIhH - % CM.. GaUiM'.n. II N. (' \l.l��A I 1.1   |iidiHho]:t. H \UI1N. Moliii AX. A Cil. N. iir lf.it.' , �nrTi, M VV OHIO STIlHi:. Id'M I '. 1. ,t i o . hi. i' i".-. iilly ope Hi.    irfli ..! 111.   ki-l   \l �. in     .oi  Tie lo  i.l .liei'l. Lai.e'l  li. nu AJ.Hhe.'UI>' s Ketal. II-;.'ii,ml. w In i r ill. y w i'l keep i''.liMHtill� 'iaii.1 a Kirrfe M.-.k ,.| I't .ltf^ i hetuu-al*. rt. 1 to .V ii.. 'i. Hie 'V teilll i i| "f u, -T1 'f IlirTi limit -, ji!;i tiler. i�ti.l 1-hy ifi.in.. I'he mulrr.lirtM-i li'l'*- I" nii-oi u ii.iir,,l.nl.|e .hare ,.l pillilli'p^troiiatfi . !-> keeping uli a ;n.i iiij.ply ul tnutf. and MikI ...iiieA. w ai i nnled pure an.. fresh. V. ell k i,i.. ing Hie nei'e.iiity ..t keepl.ig I'm. Men lues, on whlrli trie Medical Kaeul:.' ''all 'eli. * * hai* iniel,. an..li^*elilelti� to leei-l.e and .end -im'Ii only, i lie .i!li,-,e. w.ll alisais ti�i earefiilly si-leeted ami i v.diliiel l,y A. It. Il'lltnll. or ihe llrm. .Ii.mi ex-IMMletn-e lii Iln- hui-llier*. Uitb In Kiii-t.|m- and (Ins .oimtt), lot Ilii' :el ni'.ei-ii year^, tenler. 111 eonn-i|,-til 1 lull  ltNISIIINll \t Utt'.-IIOl .1'.  Ie.� L. a. THO>ll'SO�i. irro/r.Nvra.\i> furx.viu.Li'r .1 r 1.1 � oaj..'a*rov-Texas Ofllic .Norili �|.|.. ..f I'o.t ortlc. el TiTinonl SI. novla-lw ly .ii a.m.) : iiiA.Mi: : IJlloSI'IIATi: ..r Mine ; Carlsmati B..0; organic matter .V7i.il insoluble matter until Water �:.V. Am,una Sulphates 1:50; luo|k�r.- This Article Is offered Tor sale In lota chasers and moderate prices, bv .leeJS    _ . I'AliSiIVs, Shippiug and C'tiutnlsston Mer hsut, and ilealci lu l.umlH.ratid Carriages,Oal siaii . Te ibk. nov l.s the diseases to which the JTuaeut .s�s couslstiug . r six �,..nfb.ln all welllnclose.rwith a gojsaV board and picket fence, and the garden Is handhltxjjp laye.1 i , in., hi." jso. n. rxBXv AVni^A PIKRV, W HoI.FSALS tlHOVtRY  M*kcilAXTS. M i r u ii d HI rr f I. IN E\t    i>ik   m IL a H. 0   MlU.t.) O nl v il i Ci'm.-ral ni.ti>rtni�Mii of , 0...1 ,i it.-s...-,'..i.M�.ii|ijj> in |iaa-Siiifur, C H��f, i F'.i ir, Tot.iir.*... \Vlu*ki >. ilraintirrv, lla �, LaM, j li ii .1 r t-uii.. ii no C..('..'. l.n|i- of i.i iii.-a, and a fftrii- ] rrd ii ^ r-int-ni of \v. at*, � Liiui..! ti.d il..y. d.-QT* �f.i�i�i fn.in tl. *� miry rt'�|�.**,i fully ndu-tted. mi..i 10 rt Ai*� i> �. . � , ^I*A>IM^ ii 'ilti I Ksa t. f. i.HtiCKH AM'' (oinraU�lon flnrrtluiiti febli-w Jttn iy Uai.viwto*, T��a�. %lti% OF THi; TOTTtl^i BALE. ! BCCK LK t' *t it i'HXK. \ - llrtlf ri In- | tJoois. ^tVi'a. Fumy an I Hi* pit* Dry (JotMit. llrirk More. Tr^tnonl �tM jftnll-wAiw tf (liivi-wii, T��a�. j tt, an.) planttij h tth olmnv HlinitdMry. ThfiPri rtollr "in1 nf I ho lit'%llniilt and iuumI BuUkUnllal Dire 111iif |Io>im>�1ii thoi My. Thoro U a large brick riHtorn on ih�> promiautt holdinf lD,tU) caHona, u^elhni w 111 alt itin nr*ct*r>anr>- out UuMillnsi, Jtr. Al�  for. -vale* a w.-ll hull tv*o story CuilaVtf  wild low fo. cavh. or on a i-rodiv ofono or two yoarn, i�y p:iyiu.(-ri. iliir.l. ��||.  Apply to liicu DAUB AO H A HlMt*. 1 K SAIK-A Si'tfiii Woman     year-* uld. irooil i-iM>k, MUr-luT and iri'iior, and hvr tt�o bblluri-u,  f.   fffH a yr-nrs e*Vil, and a t**y 2 *>ui.  Ttii*a�j Nfgr.H>k Mill l�f mid low for       ur City AcrppianiM.. Al >tM nion and vrotticn, f��r nit* low fur .n-h.  Apply t" mm In DAHUAGt! A HtM8. luukt'tftiZlak Paint. 90 Unob Window GUm Ki't-t*iv-i*il)M*r Unit Wi-at. lYwtn New Vurk. (\>r nale CHHTt'N KKKDtHL-A wcw article, aud undoulii-isitlv tL�* li^i t.anip (Ml ruivr In iitf. fur aalo In hairela. >-y JSO 11.11X1B8 A CO. 'pilF LNUKKSUlNKLi. AcvtiU lor � ManulaotiiriniT A Coin win y lu Kentucky aro |irvipart>il to fill all ontrrtftir uatffflng and Hopo ol tho drat quality. To thoMi tUf rchanti who tuay h.*vo order* frum the Ulterior, tlioy wilt mid It to tht*it iidfanULgn U) make their jiurct.a�M>* In tbit> market, and plaiiVf rs w 1(1 Ik* Mippliod on tin- uanal Uirnti. A nuppiy of India U*� Cri� 'i..r.,i.. hey trii.� liuie ' - Xvm'r It'Tiitil. Zfcvfon. liltIN I'. JKWETT jl I'o. .Publisher.. i ine.t-i w Aw i r       til Wir.alsia.ati ...  Keat.a reudi5ih Alio., DKAI.EIIS IN HOOKS,CHEAP PUBLICATIONS ANE NEWSPAPERS. tawokTueor rosBiea NEwsrAPaas am ii mauazixkb. No. 8 Sute street. North aide ofold SUtc House, Boston PROPRIETORS or the ttussla Salvo Vegetable Ointment; special Agents for Holloway'iOlnUnentaod Pills. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup, Lyon's Magnetic powders. Kennedy's Medical Discovery, and other aluable Medicines. _   tnarla-lyw )l.t)"W.''SiciAN"'^r''Hn' THE NAIL ON THE HEAD," when he arote and published nilSCXSXMXXTs. Claims by dc.th.................$4o..�I Oi ' Ex|icuses,Taxcr,Salaries, Commissions, Ac................... HS.130 W Ke-lusuiance A purchased polt- cles.............................  .788 41 Dividends on Capital............. l",i'i>ui)    oo.Sii l-H assaxs. Ilouds^t 'Mflrtstages on iiropei tv In tbecilies of New York anil ;   Brooklyn, worth double tho 1   amount loaued................*213,1A0 Ou Prem. loans at      c. lntorest.. 201,481 iff Agents accounts for premiums In course ol collection and transmission................... 5L8M li Cash lu Bank and on hand......   7,638 10 City and State Bunds A Stocks.   7,44.1 no Deferred Promiums, accrued In-teres!, *c.....................   14.103 74 |4MaVU 9* VJaOiTgo 30 The Directors of the Manhattau Life Insurance Company, hare after providing an adequate Fund for the Contingent Ltabllttlesorthe Company, under us'wholes, declared a dividend lo pol.cy holders on Life Premiums of 3U per cent., and on Short Term I'romluma 13 l�r cent., which will be adjusted at the lime of the payment or the premiums for the current year. Interest at the rate of six per cent, has also been ordered on the scrip snd credits of the dividend of 1&54. to be adjusted as Above 3. L. Uaust. N. D. MOROAN, Ac p. o tras. rTMSMMt. The alanbaUan Llfo lassranoaCo. Have now closed have now In the Treasury a ball million of dollars, ready to be paid to those who may be entitled to receive U. The steady progress of the Institution, towards the position il now occupies. Is a source ol no Utile congratulation among those of our friends who have been Identified with its operations from the organization of the Company. Tney now present Its advantages lo all who seek for reliability aud open and honorable vi rating in the business or their enterprise. HI N assac Sraxrr, Ask lori, Fthnuuy. l&K. The above Report of the Manhattan Lire Insurance Company, exhibits Its ana Irs In a highly prosperous condition. Persons resident in Texas, and who desire Insurance ou their lives, can rely on this InsUtuiion as one of the soundest in the country. The undersigned Agent or the Company at Oalvet-lon, witt give every tatormutan. and assist applicants lu procuring insurance, if B. Ht'liVrr. M. D.. R. I . HUNT, MbAoU Kmrninn Aeml. inar.M'37-w Atwtf PHILADELPHIA SADDLERY WAREHOUSE, (Sim Of Tn OOLDia Hoasa Hjus,) Ne.  Magastaa St., aatd Jl*. �T Casial Street, NEW ORLEANS. M  C'PIIK � THE HEAD," wl..... i'HK PlirMOl.tKtr OK MAIiltlADFf. Itatelr nave s  issued a book which has been so tiarmly cuti tnondrd a. a timely, judicious and much- | necled work    Every mall comes freighted with . letters from all perls of the country, thanking us for . publishing so valuable and unexceptionable s treatise �n s subject ol so much Importance. W ; have already primed FIFTEEN THOUSAND IKH'IKS! and, lodging from the present demand >n I almost Indefinite number will be called for. IN ONE VOLUME. CLOTH, PRICE. 79 CENTS.      j The ablest and most reliable reviewer, u Uf couuut apoak thus of tills book � " A book that should be read by every man and woman In the land, married and unmarried."-AVniag Tiuw/in*. Jjessssi. "This Is a book for both Boxes-a book thai should be read by every roaa and woman. The author writes w Ith so much good taste and purity or Ungik*ge, as to render the treatise InoShnalve to the moat shrinking SOUTHER*. BOTANY BY JOHN DARBY, OF ALABAMA UKsltiNED for Academies, Schools and Colleges the South. Price tl 90. Teachers �(siting a copy for examination shall nave t scut So them by mall post-paid, oe receipt of above price, by the publishers,    AT rL BAUNE8 * CO, SI A S3 John street. New York. PuiLisasas op Davie's Senes or Mathematics; WUlard's Series of Histories: Parker's Series of Philosophies, ortohoots; Bartlett't Series ol Philosophies, foraollege at Moutelth A McNally's Series ol  eograpoies; Clark's English Grammar. mmy Bold by      WM. M. ARMSTRONG A BRO.i mvrSA-twAwly Galveston, Texas. sUTIt li: JO TBAVBLBB8 IX TBXASt rtHOaTSxrr, tj^nauan, axu CautaPaax Rotrra to �b Baxxos asu Oounam Vallsts. Acstix axd Wasiwt TaXAS. via B. B. B. ex .'. RAILROAD:: nu.testy."-iyaiMor's lot li. KmUtKky. From llarTlsburg. oonnecUtug with \ew Orleans, aud Galveatou. and Galveston. Bay U K. Mail Steamers; and at Richmond, wltfl Stages to Austin, and to Gonxales and Intermediate polnu I Oars leave Harrisbnrg each day (except Tuesdi and Thursday I at li o'clock. A. M.; leave BJchmoi same days ai I ooleok. P. M. 9 and to Gonxales and Intennedlate polnu I Oars leave Harrisbnrg each day (exwr*^ TijMdajr Paasengers for Austin,' Gonsalea, 4c^ leave Galves-ton byHteamboaUin Tuesday! and Saturdays, taking Cars at Harrisbnrg; and Stases at Rtchmoad the following dsys. F*raaea T&kU to Anstiu aBd tntonnediale puinu by rUiLWar, and f> p. Jkujar's Atssjsai. may be obtained rrumR. R. Agent at Uarrisburg. Paaaeugers slopping at llarrisburg and proomTtng through llokets for Columbus. LaGTaoeTe. Baatrop, Auatro or for Qoasales, wtU have the pretereaee in Stage transportation over seats taken al Houston or Richmond. Extra Stage* always to be had at sUckmond. ~   li-Galveaton to AastilL.M hi heurs for sleep. Only in ttj\les ol route. deeHMwwt. olodtEoj. U AGEE A KNEAHS. Marjmactnreri and Importers of Saddlery and Baddiory Hardware, lUrness, Trurt Carpet Bags, *&, Leather, Materials and Find-Inner addters. Coach, Trunk and Shoemakers, com* prisinco ne of the largest and most complete assort, menx o be found In the city. PLOUGHS-Carey. Dudley an  Peacock Ploughs of mAM.%�V.'iaUon. and 8. of T. Regalia and ParapbernaUa, of every description-the largest and most �ooapleto ssaortment to be found in the United Bute*. INDIA RUBBER BELTING, TACKING, �&-Manga A KjiaaH are the principalaaeola for tbe Boston Belt, lac Company for the sale of India Rubber Belting; and paoklatl for steam Joiats eatd DoUen f Hew ef every size, lotrether with a eemplete aasortmenl of all descriptions of India Rubber Goods, which tbey oBerat the lowest market rates, JMr Look tor the large Horse liaodlng In the door st Nu. ( Magaxine slreeV. fmal5-'M twwly THE WASHIBIGTO*) REMEDIES. PURELY VEGETABLE. These Remedies, during the brief period they have been before the public, bavo succeeded In winning their ways Into universal acceptation. Some ?f the most remarkable cures ever effected through the agency of medicine have t>een made by their use-cases given up as Incurable by lbe most eminent ot tho medical Iacuity. The Washington Remedies are four In number, viz: The Waahinglen Purifier. Used in connection with The VtasaiasrUB Satire, Will eff-ct radical ourcs In all the wois. foiu. uf the following dassases: row woaat, aesusvutoi. t'UHtas, mskcvelsx DtBBABCS, carsirsXAS. CAKJUI.O.ES, ouraxaovs aaimoxs. ^a-t aHxuvt. sccav^ scii^'axYln, rrca, OLD WBITLOS, PIUSB. risnxA, BMJieC. soils And diseases arising rrom Impurities of the blood. The Washington Purifier ads with great thVci on all diseases or irregularities of the Liver, Kidneys or Bowels The Wasklagtexi Rhesusia.ic Reanedies. INTERNAL AND KXTEUNAL. Are tntalllble curatives tn the subjoined diseases and all of a similar nature: null, raosT srra, sasuauTiBH. kuejts LtrsnAao. patas at Taa suis, urrvaausAToar swau.     rrorr aourrs. taos, snjT kbck, ranintnicam,      s���o�a suae leaps, covrvLsoTan sixawa, BSxrsuUAUA, rAXAXTSIS. Ia all cases which External Stimulation is reaulr-ed, no remedy can be equal to the Wasblagton Knerj- DiaUcOfntsaenL -      saWXlaTtl Otn tmefUa \jf eeM'ai^li^lsnPlhe'' ParTfler" and The WasUixgton Remedies will In ruture tie iasued in the following low priced s; The Salve and Interval stesaedy for Rheumatiam are put up in bot- ^l^saJ^w^esale and retail, at the Depot of the Washington Remedies, No. 10* Pordrjw street, New Orleans: MICKLEJoHN A CO.. ajirt-wAtw- Bole Proprietora. ,,.....wak a. siPBaaMS. v. v. Bism is co.. N& *8 Caatp Btaaax, New Osxxaxi. Baajsafactsurers e taa INDEOTRUCTIBlJI WATER PIPES. rpilESE PIPES hava provodtobe the best article in A use; they are made of Sheet-Iron, coated on the inside half an Inch, with a oeByosltlon, made of Hydraulic Cement, and when laid la the ground, ro-celTe a coat of the tauie on the oatside ThlsOsawi ssaaa becomes psr*ictly petriaed, and delivers the water purs and healthy. It Is an ererlsating article, -w.^.^i-^^w-1,^1. dlatoeter, te stand a preasure from tp to 1000 laws head. They are raespar than any other piaea yet v�rioas Sfe?afta\aa?la^9i yXK^i HtevMa^rasujTeeolaUja ~ ^"Bathrwaah sara>ot> Wsaei t HRILUANT BOMAN0E-EA1D1 uf a tboasand oopies each, ha< su .- ; . M. BROWN A CO. apa'l 10 bbls Mess Pork; StleroesR.C Hams; Asks JsvaCoflVe. 11x1 do Corn AYBE8APERBY. Tlie iwnrlutton Is gainlug strength la this ooimu y aaw-llattn Europe, litai.lfciwaa is thej oniplete In one volume, tro., tor r a* for sale Ieothor. M seats. JOHN P. JaTrWrTAOO, byTBo^S.l^W"1^Ovr.^ TRINITY LANDS GREAT BABUAINS, 1TOB SALE BT D. llJtjxLSST, AAent, CoM (tortngs, A1 Polk oouaty.  xJOu aerae Cwsd ea the East bank ef Trial!/ river, uearlhe KQy Blaat VfflasTe. taking laaporitoo/taertawapralrte. ACSt^UOO acres ar K Users* oa Bat Cs^elt. kaowu as the WtUrsm Vosrau servey; su acres about flvs mUes (roes OoU Bprtacs. sa l^liead waters of Big 1 AMO-Stowa. tracts la UUrtyjtad.Pttlk outa alMatraoMkaMf the river o�w B�iJ. Oreea's. Alltae aB&ve laasVs are of early seteetioBS, aad are choice Aneeiioas; tae.liIlea, are ladlsssjiabU). Any furtaer latotmatioa will be stfaa ea WWgMoaJo mario-wtr 1TaaHs�T. HAII.ll.'AO MITII i. Wall Paper. 2000'"'"'"'4�i|,1'.,1r.|n|.R.t'u    ,v,m- ____mon Wall P�|ier and Borden to match, Osk and Marbb Pa|.t. for Halls, and Dining Rooms, i for aale at the THE CARS , ,|, |.......Tap lt.�d connect regu I   ' ' lo | Weld Watches, t'hala., sxc. w-''r'Tr'H?i.'iV'h'' �r.....��d ""�** 1 .rvWa^u^i^ "j .tbi.ioute.........; a||rrr uvers, Deiaeited Levers, l.eplnes. a*. est and Fob Chains, Silver Ware, Ae-  IW . _____ J. M. JONES', Btraad. V�V%al.�:'a:^rei�e*r�%�"------  1 . VVIiole-le and ReWII Dealer In Watches iewelrr. v* U: nn I di 'I'l are ihe M til HLeamera lui.we�ii tialveston and Hoostoa I   "'f V v il.,a riiMiiloj dully, lasiviit Hutiilayn.l 0 1 sTSTT.. ' iiwighi Cur. wjil lai leu on Uie llanl.birg ltosul a I 1 "J",,, ad at Ktehmnnd ION v W. TTIlatf, Sum MtLT.FTrsKKO--A sn.aitlot, fresh recired. ..p".'t . SAM MAAH. mall CAltril.lN'ACoW PICAS-AO bushels Ium reoelred, a,...:I __________________HAM MAAK. WrSTE'rJ-\ T- ic'iei- In  prteaie Urn I y. about la.,,, v "i le.fmm Otlveston Clty.il>. ' t,i..i i. . ery aprM i v in letrmm Otlveston City,lb. I healihy.  Forpuileitais anqnlrwof OKJJIU1E BtTTLKB, luoa* StrandT�i, O Tvesinn. Rt'siiT'iN Coo LI VMl OIL- H Inies now reosiv log tor sale to the trade hi*, by  - N. D. LABADt*. tuaU ' AMP OIL-Two bundled gaitotis ^.J'laAAS18 8TO UK A.N D DWELLING nOUSi^ one door Hot- -sprll Fer Real. _____,........ELLINonO___r t Easi of Dr. IteeeUrs's Ktorwon old M.arket f !lso for tent, a new f-'"- "----- �>d Rooms. Kltchoh aa> Irlok Utslei a, one block "'ft or spa irpmr.ui Apply lo DARBAOli A8JMIJ, HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO REHTIFIrRS, LIOLOR MERCHANTS AXD WHOUtSALB (IBOCBBS DR. FKtHJHTWAKGKR'n Flaverix^W^^^^M^-.'s -k.Mr. PpBK UNPEJtBIONIU) has latuly made great Im-AV provameuta In this branch of Usuneta, The Flaioriojgl are put ap la paoksges of i, 10 and 40 Gal ----^ -c. r-v.------x  n gpirt, etther k.n, Irish and Ta Use Texas Preaa. WKBBOTO ANNOUNCSto the leiraa Preaj and EaaUra faper Mllis. wl execute ordem jw friatl"* never, ljefore, sold at In the Boi aaable ____lhat Itonhern Paper, aVt, rraOUSAKD FLOWERB-10 gross of this trul> good T arucle, forT^.;ioii.u,fir-..low^gj. lsk)M aVstd Mil*. slaatly pixaiuooil. It rea _ tt^ of a good sjrirll, say 901 sxaa, as low we can eelies low, market*, the marl * W^solidt tals ijatroaage, thai ws may ha uiabled te kaev ap a Kper EetoMi*hiB�nl Bear at hctns. whloh srllT enure at taiioh to lAelr aslvaataca, aad aeoommooiatiofl, as ansal toourselvea. Tersaa, iava- aaean be noe ef Inaafaartattoa l us to prices baoa^t'lu Dover, befo>e.soWalfn the fiouih. We believe, srlin the issirsl snpDortpf 'dSfcrence ilJABBvei to that ___>tmrs�lvea Tarsas, taya- aaonUis Mr accapisios with lie each gallon of green, yellow and white, ar Importer Printing Paper axtrfxl____ oTipi v AEMBTRONa * UO. ire house. Oalvestaa, Ten m 1m clew a swMarai aalf abb. mumx.. BBLS 0 HOICE PAMU.T lO'tSst A^mWtLltklal. j1wnn M. BBNNKTT, 'OTTON TAOTOM A jt�   QMtfMMJL ^AeatToVcotaftBVB lo mefovsa e ta ih uererrari nslebiaaeu__ tw. BSboveTaaXv^lfl^ in our line, a* we warrant all wort. d�ae by as. aad ^oonl*�tourW-�.. usd price, a^s^kathv IbbaVwAtwSm 85OasapxL. Hew Orient. JOHH C f.s.Brs.aai, raArja^awavjji ro taxb dbpositioxs, AokaMWla^asPaamaMl ! DaMtfll Marat bvIujIMbT Uf8TEChTJlKT8 Of WsUTlNO VKIsKM �RAU Far the sHaa*) al Tajtaa, Ksw OaxassTS, La^ Bta7-wtwaai        OaVea, He. t4 Poydras tttreet I ANOTHER SPLIT IM THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Tlie New York Dally Times gives tbe full proceedings of the New School Preebyteriau General Assembly, that has within a few days pas', doted Its annnsJ session in Cleveland, Ohio These proceedings furnish us with another Instructive chapter in the great drama of abolition that is being enacted In this conn try, and is producing its legitimate fruits by �napping assunder tbe strongest cords of christian brotherhood by which the several cdarch�s ef Christ are bound together, and must, nccording to all human calculation, finally result In destroying tbe weaker bands by which this Union bag been beld together for three-foartha of a century, tf the church- ^ a of God cannot maintain thrrlrtmlty and harmony In tbe tufdst or this fanaticism, hojr can we �pect a s^eaiMDsMl hands to possess greater strength for self-preservation 1 It ia sow some years sine* abolitionism cnromeBoed Its tcbfstnatic work of de-BTruylBg tho nnlty and barmony of onr churches. Even those) which bare preserved their nnlty externally, have mnny years been threatened with dissolution from the unceasing agitation of tbe slavery question, and tbe most bitter heart-burnings hAv^-isjig since taken the place of brother lore and christian charity tn all the deliberations of their General Assemblies composed of Northern and Southern delegates. We have not now room to give tbe fall proceedings of the late General Assembly at Cleveland. The protracted discussion of slavery was, however, closed by taking tbe vote upon tbe amended snbetitote offered by Prof. Allen, of Lane Seminary, for the Report of of tbe Committee to whom tbe aubjeot bad been referred. This substitute, which was adopted by a vote of more than 6 to 1, provides that tbe subject of slavebolding shall be brought under what tbe constitution of tbe Presbyterian, fJburch denominates, ia Its disciplinary code,^"the ilii oinjpT^ssloTK*'" The paper adopted contains various matters from previous synods, going to show that slavery always been considered and spoken of ae an evil--that the chnxch oaght.to.hB.re na fellowship with it, Ac. Heretofore, however, tbe action taken was merely decUrtory ef tbe opinion of the Synods, whilst now it Is proposed to reduce tbe previoos theoretical abolitionism of the ehnreh to practice, and to bring tbe elavenotdlhg ueraber under the 'discipline,'' subjecting them to trial and punishment as offenders for holding sl� v�e. , On the adoption of this final c*ion *�d �* cisive condemnation o' �l��ery as a sVn against God and aa edence against tbe church, the vote stood 169 in the affirmative to 20 in the negative, and two not voting. Upon the announcement of tJsi^stwIt, P^ftg^.^ aiTjiiZw^ they ac- cordingly did, and soon after returned with � l . a^~.m*^saBxt.v.i� swaa entered upon tbe miontef;    ......       ........... ________ P SO TEST OF THE SOWHSJUI OaXSOAVIOK We, the undersigned, Southern Minister and Baling Elders, protest against the present decision of tbe General Aesembly. We protest, because, while past General Assemblies have assorted that the system of slavery was wrong, they have heretofore affirmed that the slaveholder was so eontru;ii.T. ty the State laws, obligations of guardianship aad humanity, that he was, as thus sltu-ated, without censure or odium a* the master. This averment in the tesrtimony of past assemblies has so far satisfied lbe Booth, as to make it onnooesssjy to do mora than protest against tbe mere Anti-81avery part of such testimony. We protest, then, sow, that the present set of the Assembly Is snob an assertion of. the sin of slavery aa degrades the whole Boa the rn Church-bb assertion without satbority from the Word of God, or the organic law of tbe Presbyterian bod/. We protest, that such action Is, under present conditions, the natural exscinding of the Booth, whatever he tbe motives of those who vote the deed. We protest that such Indirect excision is aa-righteous, oppressive, sad uncalled for, the exercise or tuarped power, destructive of the nnlty of onr branch of the church, burtfal to the North tbe South, and adding to the perl! of the esloo or tbeae Varied States Fred. A. stoat, lasae W. It. Brady, George W. Hatehtss, John F. Cheater, 1. V. Banks, J. D. Logan, C. M. Atkinson, Robert acBhas, P. IL Gray M. & Shuck. W. K. Caldwell, James J. Baeaaer, Gideon & White, George Painter, D. A Carson, a U. Murriaon, Bout. McLals, A tl- Modle, Peachy B.Orattaa.Tbos. H. Cle/antf, Archer B. Diclterson, Bsnry llatamrs.i�. s- The AAwemblyrthroagh tbe Moderator, sb-pointed s CJommittee to reply ta^he fn&nt, who, srtar withdrawing fross tbs House for the BstrnoM, reeavud, after a brief Interval, the foUowlng report:        .............- rns assbmblt's akswbs to tbs r sot est Is reply to thsv Protest agataat the action taken by the Assembly on the sshjeet of slaverr, the Aawsaibly avaka the following resMrss: I. The yresest �f the AssmMi. as,., thUMbject Is la itarfeot hersaoay with the ----------thtassr Astwmbllea, and teatisiMtos of Jmrntt, Assenithllss, ^ .____________ .    i bevar af. �--i that the sJeve^der was M eo�trolled bl^U U^^lES.lo" of f�r-UBrtln sal hwnaalt/) that he psa, ss tons sitnaied, ifflSiV � VliMsiA* AAA* wwa*. without seaaare ar edlsst ss ihs niaatar. iTCs only Bssssssd ttotejKtals eatMajUe^ aJcatM wmt exist, sMh^ae � daiiiexLK>s r.^lelioe*s**p�aVta^ ad smnvbA if IMS AMfihljr.   

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