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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 February 1856

safe; m i Mgfe, '■ft \.. ■;*t i "C?^T; hJS^^sgmm ft HID ilSh «$: -*4> -% ,«^K dUk ,. XXI-NO. 47. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6,1856. WHOLE NO. 1147 m . iUEN dc BROCKET, MTBUIBSB8 AMD PEOPKIKTOH8." M-!*nldimg , IVnilia < nUDAY, liNVAKV I8>: 188*. (ink. CowyLiGRiTioJJ in Nacogdoches.— •We le«rn from the Chronicle that pro- perty to the amount of $85,850 was de- stroyed by fire on the 3d of January The sufferers were Messrs. Arnold Barret^&fLran, j$8,#00 ; estate of Adolphus Sterne, $1,000; Mr. William Clark, $100; Bon. Chas. S. Taylor, $1,500; Mr. P. Voight. $5,000; Mr. J. Soya, $2,500; Mr. Thoa. Rimmele $4,000; Nacogdoches county, $1,500 other incidental tossed, $2,00ft. It undetermined whether the fire was caused * by «n incendiary or the result of accident. 'It took plaee on the 31«t «H., about 1 o'clock in the morning, in in the state of Messn. Arnold, Barret ALiiin. 4 No Speaksa Yet.—By reference to r- <mr latest accounts from Washington, v. it will be see...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 February 1856

HMDAV* TEBftEtRY •£, CgSS. avtBsUsnSjfagA&rtt PraoOHC itenmo adVerOsfnS oo4 j 6 I be JPnjjxBsa JXoxKCua. Btoetbht, JknelBi.lKK. tSSkmn jSfiteteHnyws ir^irLcn I first wtmyfoot fa t£o oify *f HotBtw,, ft wwaumpnaul of only afcv enbioe,ef the TKigSest vorfooausliip audof tfrcffonimonest ttsateriafav Anti as for eatables, eon* bread was tie staff of Nfe, and oar chief support. There teas not a.< srafk in the whole city, nor even (t auiftany riuresnr. The eoroinerce of the pluke was earned oil by a, few hucksters, who were not engaged the half of tbeirtime. But fW. at this moment, can contemplate the city of Houston without being amazed at the rapid ami progressive strides shebas made within a few years. We see elegant ami beautifully finished! residences on every hand, furnished richly and tastefully with all that can pleajfe the. eye, or conduce to the comfort of the possessors. And instead of the daily com bread, otir citizens now fare sumptuously. Not only so, but they are dre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 February 1856

B • FEBRUARY fl, 1856, oburegpokdsnce. WITH ENGLAND. —¥ vi **V * fit A3IEBIGA1I ((IXSTION. annon^aas, that ft isVttr'fcom Lis .purpose w j Extent 0# OCR TEftEITOKT.—High as re-open the general discussion upon tliem.] ;e tho nnnnlor untinn nf iIia ovfpntof general discussion upon them. | Jg the popular notion of the extent oi ner juajesiy s Government Lad indeed re- • , 1 i • 4.^*1 tt. ~ frained Wn pursuing that discussion, by j territory belonging to the United btates replying to Mr. Bublianan's Doite of the 22dj it falls short ot the luC&t of it rcAilZcd " in detail, always leave of July, 1854, because it appeared to tbem, j when the sabjeet is 8crutanized ; that the continuauce of the correspondence ya<rue generalities, indeed, alw * tVflQ Tint. lltplv tf* log/1 trt «n« cnt cfn/.f/.mr I ° ° ... * ' ii-Li The obrrespondence between our Govern- ' was.not likely to lead to any satisfactory 1 „ , - t ~ _ j ftUUSB. - „dZTrfdm* Britain, in relation{conelusion; aid, as her Marty's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 February 1856

'X % fe % 1&*tt*toti MWtumt* CABUASC SflhHBlM« I All ready to«o all kind* of Ci ItptlHni, at my old (land on etreet, cerneref Main, Houston. No*. T.wly GEO. WntTB. IOIH Jk. HANCOCK, ATTOMEY AT LAW. Ibwfn, Harris 0mly, TeiSs. llTUlpractice in Anstia,Ttrll ffiraif and Uraxe- V V lit counties, in the 1st District, and If outgo ,Often and Atrrii eountiee in lb* 7th, and in a* Court at Galvecton. ticular attention |lnb to Land and Col f9ott*£ou *4tt>'0m'ntg -J=^j30 wi. ?>«.« ft m I.B, \ iCfaatLaW) HART * TEAI, HlmtM Attmejrf _ Hillsbe* , Mil, Co. Texas Tl/ lU |i«( their attention to all business en T T mated to tiieircare. They will act as Land Agents. Prompt atceution will bo given to collec lions in an/ part of the State Ratraaanraa—Hon Sam //oustor, T. J. Rusk, If. "• Senate.; Got. J.W. //endersoii, Houston, Texat; S«u. R Dttii, Aberdeen, Wise.; Ilea. J. A. Wilcox, >*an Antonio, Texae; Win. Alexander. Esq., Gal- veatun, Texae; lion. Geo. P. ficatbargh, Proff. of Wnitam aa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 February 1856

~- Vy "" - ;*■•-•. "i- K S -4' S*; _ u-.i-v—' .- - • • "dsP^'fr*-' '*>-•«; - •J'-A WJ: '*;. ^ *l£ ■■ \ •c:. • , • ' ./' : ' —• «f —- 4 zfJmm "R ?JT —T-. i:> . XXI—NO. 49. af & BROCKET, HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20,1856. * ' , W if'MI <fOt< *4 WHOLE NO. 1149 • • .*. tUAiof: . i. . D PROPRIETORS. Franklin - Strict. TERMS: dvAce. ...... iadvance 82 50 . 1 50 •t Advertising-. 'The Steam Dredge. SO II M ©n«aaawr*,first insertion....... *4 do each Fnbseqntnt insertion...- do do one j ear - Sight line* or less to constitnte a square. - All t*ansl«ot advertisements to be paid for when landed in. This rale will not be deviated from in my CM*- • -fiv---J. . A liberal dednction made to those who aurertise two ormaraaqaaresperyear. H rvlages and Deaths published as new3. Obitua- ries charged Mr as advertisements. - Advertisements not marked when handed in, will be inserted until fori>id,and charged for nccordingly. . CriMidatM*announcements for countjr offices, 5; S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 February 1856

Houston ^elegntpl}. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1856v pssocratic ticket, tr.ECTORt tO& ?HK STATE AT LARffE. FUHKMWVEH, W.B.scdbby. totraREssiojcAL A. J. HOOD* district electors. a. j. hakui.ton. Poll COMPTROLLERt /AHBS Bl 811A W i jfor treasure#, BL. BATHIONOi for attomxet gktferal. Amxa VILLIE. nr. Bi C> Powell is the Travelling Agent tff (MS paper, and is authorised to collect accounts IriS receipt for subscriptions, advertising and job I? We learn from Maj. Scott that the P. 0. Department has ordered service on the Springfield route from Alto Springs to Vfaco, tia. BlueRid-e. This is a decided improve- tneut, transporting the mails from this city to Waco in three dajs, instead of six and seven as heretofore, via Austin, and brings ns in a correspondingly less time in reach of Dallas and nortnern Texas, besides giv- ing great facilities to travel through a beau- tiful country. Every Han for Himself atiA the Devil take the Hindmost*" A new claim to Another Remarkable Scientific Dis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 February 1856

3Man VEDHKDAY FEBHUARY 90 1856. CLUBBING' the proprietor* of the Telegr ph, haringmade arrangements to fmurttkl «1 lf ti*t*llig*ntc frrm all part* tf tkeemntrj, and being determined to pabliih a paper every way worthy of public pa- tronage, respectfully lnrlte the attention of their present readers, and the public generally, to the fol- lowing Inducements to dabbing. Every man who hai dealing* In this eity ii interested in the State of onr Cotton and Provision market, a* well as many other Kitten of local Interest which can be obtained only hroagh the median of thts paper- To the man who eel* any Interest In oni own railroad, or those in contemplation elsewhere in the State, it will prove a valuable companion. We have adopted the '"J alter a (sir test of the credit, and flatter ourselves that thtf Increased usefulness of onr pa- per, in consequence or thi* change, will more than 'compensate for the difference between payment in advance and payment at the end of theyear. Postmaster* ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 February 1856

Utomton aftb'tsnuuts con SILK f| fttldwcrf ft" W.Sulos, lluuiia. jun. 11SI Houston awtsiunts Fall a d Winter Goods Vai tea State* Bounty Claims. r"n -His act giving 1€0 Kin bounty land to persons A iervintfratbemriouswaraof the United State. h.TilKbeqoWfrlaw.lbe «'us«ril>irris prepare ! to *^:-rtr«heiIrcr * ti<Mi of all interested aril for- w-tr i ill?aannt -> his a?ei. in IVm&iiiiitos with die- yarn- Jy-K* iljr-to A. C. DAWS. Xtrivy tnl-'lif. n^rria i o., . tan ft Opposite UU Capitol. ■ ■ SOTICE. „_,j81el in my office liis final ac CitOMt as aiiminiitritorof th* estate of W in JtstUaiway. dee d, for allowance, ai d notice is here- by givcrt. that it will be acred on by the Harris Coun - Iv Court *t the January term, A. D. 1856, ami ail person* l a- iug objections m st file them on or be Jofet'lkt t'lflfc. c W. H. BAK K R, -Clerk. Jan.V3-*r4t VT - 100 Jau.3 Coffee choice Rio just received and for sale by KOii£KTii CO. J/%Vt* Co f E- J. UxRTiSfc Co., Mo r firs' HA«T&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 February 1856

H (4 fits & ■HP . XXI—NO. 50. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1856. WHOLE NCL1150" ALLEiK St BROCKET, FUBLTSHXRa AJTD PROPRIETORS. Builiinft, Franklin $tr* t. «S SO .. 1 SO $1 n" 50 10 00 TERMS: V«r one y«*r In advance " lis month* in advance Bates of Adrertlilnj. • One aqnare,first insertion.- to do each mbaequent insertion.... do do oneyear Sight lines or less to constitute a square. All transient ad Tertisements to be paid for when handed In. This rule will not be deviated from in mnj ease. . A liberal deduction made to those who advertise toe or more squares per year. M trriages and Deaths published as news. Obitua- ries charred for as advertisements. Advertisemeiits not marked when handed in, will -be inserted until forbid .and charged for accordingly. Candidates' announcements for county offices,s5 ; State, District and Congressional. $ 10. Advertisements not within the legitimate business ef Yearly Adve-tisers charged extra. All communications for the office should...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 February 1856

fcstoo Ceieppl). n(n DAY,raBBBAKY 25,1856. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. XLECTORS ros THE STjttt JTf LARGE. nUHKHVWBEN, W.B.SCUUBY. coxgres8io.v£l imstribt electors. A. J. UJUD, ,UJ. IIA31W/rOS. FOR COMPTROLLER. t A3fES B i SH A \V . fortrezs*mer. jxmss IX. KAVMOVB. FOR ATTORNEY QEJCF.R zL. . JANES WILLIE. nr. B. C. Powell U the Travel ling Agent pfthij paper, and is aotliorisKl to wW accounts Mill receipt for lobtcriptioiu, advertising and job work TAX E NOTICE. Ko per«on la antlionx^I to collector receipt for toe Hoa.ton Telegraph except oar a«llwrii«l agent. Sir. B 0. Powell,or the JiBtmit fostnuwtere through riie country. s.ttlemenU made wrtli any ono else wi!l not be recognize.!. Tub Wkathek, Roads. Jte.—We are in thf miil.-t of a heavy rain tbat co-nmencrtl here on Saturday, and still gives promise of cou- tinnance. The roads will likely be in as bad condition as this winter. Cypress Creek was jrell up yesterday, and we pre- sume iscwimining to-day. Hobbible Tradckht.—The editor of the P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 February 1856

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, '56. * ci.vnn!6. Th, proprietor* of the TeUfraph, having nuule arrangements to procure the Mr| intelligence from all parts of the country, andbeiogdetermined to pnbliih a paper erery way worthy of public pa- ttanage. respectfully invite the attention of their prement readers, and the pablic generally, to the fol- lowing Induce meet • to slabbing. Erery man who has dealings in this «ity is Interested in the State of our Cotton and Prorlsion market, as well as many other aaMars of local interest which can be obtained only hreegfa the medium of this paper- To the man who eels any interest in onr own railroad, or those in contemplation elsewhere In the State, It Till prove a valuable companion. Ve hare adopted th£ task liter a fair test of the credit, and Hatter ooriclres that the increased usefulness of qr pa- per, in consequence of this change, will more than compensate for the difference between payment in iterance and payment at the end of the year. Postmaste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 February 1856

&4«H ton houa.** DOTEL, llOUSION, TEXAS. rt^DS Proprietor announces to the public that he JL It now prepared in bit NltWJIOTELteaccom- iro.late all who may favor him with their patronage. Bis Hotel is situated in a pleasant part of the city, on Market square, corner of Congress and Blihur streets, and offers many Inducement* to the public, teing large and commodious, containing over sixty tooms, well ventilated,a portion of which are fitted ap expressly for the use of families, with good lire- places attached ar.d being new furnished with sew furniture. The Proprietor pledges hiuiself to spare neither pains nor expense to make hi« guests comfortable ; also, that he wi>. keep a quiet and or- derly house, luring bo bar room attached, and will not suSer drunken and disorderly persons to remain about the premises. There is also a pood Livery Stable attached to this House. Persons travelling by Stages cau be accommodated at this Hotel any time.-day or night. The Western Stage line...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 March 1856

VOL. XKI--NO. 51. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1356. * M WI1LE NO. 115V ALLEN ML BROCKET, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Ornci—TtUgrmpk Building*, Franklin Sir tit. TEBJfg: Por on* ye r In advance. six months in advance 89 SO .. 1 50 ■ate* ml AiTertliing, Oni iqn*r«, ftr t in««rtion $1 o/n 46 do eaob aabKqaent insertion..... SO do do on^year . 10 00 light line* or lets to constitute a square. All transient advertisements to be paid for when handed in. This rule will not be deviated from in ujtue. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise two or more squares per year. Marriages and Deaths published as news. Obitua- ries charged for as advertisements. Advertisements not marked when handed in, will tie inserted until forbid^nd charged for accordingly. Candidates* announcements for county offices,*5; State, District and'CMgressionaU 910. Advertisements not within the legitimate business of Yearly Adve-tisers charged extra. All communications for the office should be ad- dresse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 March 1856

Boustoa MONDAY, MAKCH 3,1856. for president, WTO PIERCE. tip keiv hampshire. (Subject to tbe decision of tbe National Convention.) DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ELECTORS FOR TBE STATE AT LARGE. FIKAAKBOWDE*, W.B.SCIKBV. conor essio.yal A. jr. HOOD, DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. J. HAMILTON. FOR COMPTROLLER. JAMES B . SHAW. FOR TREASURER. JAKES H. nAi nOSD. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. JAMES WILLIE. TARE NOTICE. No person ia authorised to collector receipt Tor tb. Houston Telegraph e> cept oar authorised agent, Mr. B C. Powell, or the different atrua • -3 through tbe country. Settlements made with any ono else will not be recognize J. Mr. B. C. Powell is the Travelling Agent of dtli paper, and is authorised to collect accounts ami receipt for subscriptions, advertising aud job work Wokk- tor a Wkt Spell.—The time might be advautageously employed during such weather as is now prevailing, in trans- planting trees, shrubbery, etc. Tbe season when such work can be done advantageous ly is rapidly passing by. Wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 March 1856

ilfei&it tiebgupji. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1856. %i CLUBBING. - The proprietor* of the Telegraph, hiving *made ■I i ■■gnnt« to procure the tirftewl intelligence <ftmm all part* if ths ccwttry, and being determined . to pebliah • paper erery w T worthy of pablic pa- ■ tronage, respectfully inrite th^ attention of their preeent reader*, and the pablic generally, to the fol- lowlng indncementeto clubbing. Kterj man who has *eBng in this city ie interested in (he State of our Cotton and Froriiion market, as well a* many other ■attars of local interest which can be obtained only throngh the medium of this piper' To the man who jkato any 1"^' In our own railroad, or those in contemplation elsewhere In the State, it willprorea valuable companion. We have adopted the system, after a Mr test of the credit, and flatter MTHlrei that the increased usefulness of our pa- par, in consequence of this change, will more than compensate for the difference between payment in idranoe and payment at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 March 1856

C~l Sit* f *~i f £ c I ' * r* tT * *+ -■ • frv •> j. £ £tore .limine. N. <D. SUrfc'tffsmnjiits, MIQW CASES| ■Fil .*££*'.! I}*IRST premttct. Si ver i"laUd Eoaewood, Ma- li i ;ir,jr an I Black Walnot Show Case Wars- roouu, corner Reade and Hodson streets, NewYork. gt ° tun fitted with jewel trays. JUr" Orders per mail, with city reference, prom a>t,ac(le<l to. jMtCSw.m sew risu. 10 MILS No ^ Mask rsl i 0 *§ • • j •• . wkiu •• 1 til. •• H J jM W 44 II illbat Vlns. •• Tonguesaud Sounds. I"-*) boxes Cod Fish - •' * Scaled Herrings. Pus', receive i per Godfrey from Boston aatl for sale Iy jnoviS] HE#iRYgAMfsOX & CO. Crcice t Seedling* strawberry Fl«ati for Sale. f l^HE undersigned offers for sale a few thousands 1 of the above celebrated variety of Stranraer r<r% which for productiveness, in unequalled >y nuy now cultivated. iv4 remarkable fruit continues in constant bear- • I .,' six consecutive months in the year, from Jan- uary t> July The berry often measures ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 March 1856

d ttethl :V; «<_ VOL. XXI—NO. 52. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12,1856. WHLE NO. 1152. *1 oo so 10 oo ALLEN & BROCKET, PUBLISHERS AND PBOPMJtTOltg. Office—Ttltfrmjk Building , Framktin Street. TERMS: For one year in advance ....-S3 50 ix months in advance 150 Bate* of Advertiiinj. On* tquare, flr«t intertion do do eaehsobteqaent insertion.... do do oneyear Bight tine* or leu to eonititate a square. All transient advertisements to be paid for when handed in. This rule will not be deviated from in any ease. A liberal dednetion made to those who advertise two or more squares per year. Marriages and Deaths published as news. Obitua- ries charged for as advertisements. Advertisements not marked when banded in, will be inserted nntil forbid .and charged for accordingly. Candidates' announcements for county offices,$5; State, District and Congressional. $10. Advertisements not within the legitimate business of Yearly Advertiser*charged extra. All communications for the office sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 March 1856

Houston $ MONDAY, JJ1AI4C11 iU, leili. FOR PRESIDENT, FRANKLIN PIERCE, hew ha9pshi!i£. ■object to the decision of the XafcaHal ConTfsticu. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ELECTORS FOR TBE STATE JIT LARGE. titAIVKBOU'DEM, W.B.SCVKBX. CO.XGROSSIO.YAL DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. 3. HOOD, A. J. HAJIlil.XOfli• FOR COMPTROLLER. JABISS B. SHAW. FOR TREASURER. JAMES H. HAY.n()\ O. fOR ATTORNEY GKJfERjL. J A US'. 5 WILLIE. Gu Sign*. Great men srv tlie worts of iiatnre and ac- cident. Xo roan has ever done great deeds Tviiliout some corresponding gifts. Henry Clay hzA tie ere and the tongue of an ora tor. Jacison was born to command, Jeffer- son to study and define lite lights of men and of States, Washington to lead a nation to victory. Bonaparte could not have 'writ- ten verses, nor Byron conquered kingdoms The peculiar circumstances of Europe called out the predominant traits of Bonaparte, and educated and strengthened llieiu for action. The people were tired of oppression, and groaning for liberty. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 March 1856

Mansion \\ *DlfES AY, MARCH 12, 1856. CLtBBKG. I «0 proprietors c4 the Telegraph, haTing made £]H|HMDts to procure the very latest intelligence frammOfrte «/ tkeco-nntry, and being determined ptpgr erery way worthy of public pa- respectfully invite the attention of their jMasnt teadeC*, and the public generally, to the fol- lowing inducements to clal'bicg. Every man who ha3 infill m in this city is interested in the State of our Cotton and fnriiiim market, a3 well as many other ertf of local interest which can 1* obtained only fhrongh the medium of this paper- To the man who Jfcels any interest in our own railroad, or those in Contemplation elsewhere in the State, it will prove a valuable companion. We have adopted the « * system, after a fair test of the credit, and flatter •ureelrei that the increased usefulness of our pa- mper, tn consequence or this change, will more than -compensate for the difference between payment in ndrance and payment at the end of the year. everywhere are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 March 1856

38f0tfU&1UOtt0. * frisk Potatoes. lie by w \i. s. men & cc. 1(H) Uli. Fre# Ii J USX i* i«S J&omtou SUibs'tsttuut. PIANOS I PIANOS!! TlVnV'iele'igfiits for the s«lc of ear PIANO yORTB^ in Houston and vicinity, we hereby advise thote wishing to purchase,that they can proen/s onr manufacture at the "me jrricr irrrf ef the •.*« de- rm of excellent! a at onr VS'arc-oon.3 in Boston, and all Instruments thus rnrcliated will be war- ranted a* frilly as if proceeding directly from onr Mtabiiilunent in Boston. CUICKIRING & S05S. Boston, Aug. 14.1P55-—*ei>"wtwtf- Piipcr Hairlines, Window shades ami CnrtitiuS) Wlioletale A: Hotail> 1 / k nn/k pieces Paper Hangings, many new il -%VJUU iind beautiful patterns, varying in price firom 12cents to §3,00 the piece. Sr.0pieees window curtains, T riou styles. Also solid colors. 100 Putnam'i Self Adjusting Window Shades, Tari- enn styles and sizes. Very low for cash, at the Houston Book Store. J. S. TAFT. doth 3*tt Houston Ettts'tmc...

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