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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsville Recorder — 15 October 1857

■t 4 mm, 1/ mm KÜ . . H iiij. W. C XV' A, Met.; ask. i "THE VIRTUE AND INTELLIGENCE OF THE#PEOPLB—THE ONLY SAFE-GU OUR turn íab,. . VOL. 1. HÜNTSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15,1857. *= l ySji Jmu : M mfmS m THE RECORDER. lUte* of Bmtwcitptlon. TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS per mi mini, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. It ito* of Advei Using. (of t«n ceuU for Attv«rlÍ8emoiit« Inísrted at $1 peraquare, ¡M* or losO far the flrii insertion, and 50 01 each ub e<ia ut in«efti n. nn Oue aquare, fjr oue year, V1" Oue square, fer «íx mouths, ' 00. One square, for three moutha, 4 0 . A liberal deilnctioa made to those who advertise two or more squares p«r year. Adver.¡«ementa uot marked when handed in, will be inserted until forbid, and charged for accordingly. Announcement of candidates for county offices, $5 00 ; State, District and Congressioual.^lO UU. Professional and Business Cards, not exceeding ten Hues, inserted at 810 per annum. All triusoionl advertisements to be paid for when handed in...

Publication Title: Huntsville Recorder, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsville Recorder — 15 October 1857

TV- i :- f& i'. :'' J* From New Orleans. ' Fonrínx.—1)1 Sopt. ¡áaili aiinou kU<Mifi«ti¡| Jura, do la ilia " dated N. Vork arrival of tho Male# form Lou- jIs quoted 90 1.2 arcadntutt'u dull. loUa&l had .increased its ratva to 5 tw "cent. Late from India. Tbo india wail had reached London Tha rebel* «till held Dejhi, but iho lirit- i.sh were sucoessful every placo «loe.— There had been groat slaughter of the Sepoys. The cholera ¡8 raging. The Moldavian elect ions, anu ihrou out the Principalities, have resulted la vorably to the Union. The Emperor Alexander had arrivet at Berlin. The cholera id raging a Hamburg, Stocholiri and other places und is proving very fatal. Further from India. ' The Indian mail brings datos from bo fore Delhi to the 29th illt. Tlio rebels had mido several sortea, but had been ropulsed with greats-loss. Tha British I033 was 500 killed and wounded, The Numnah mutineers had reached Delhi Gfjnarxl Nicholjjati vr'M diily expected from tho Punjaub with r...

Publication Title: Huntsville Recorder, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsville Recorder — 15 October 1857

... The Greatest Steak Invention Yet. —The Baton Rouge Gazeete^under the nbovo heading, has the following; Win. St. Martin, of this City, has in- vented art engine which can be eon ntructed, boiler and all, for about $50. The machine is so simple that we might With propriety say it is merely an escape pipo, taking np no more room. Thesteam is admitted into the centre of the dram or cylinder, in which the shaft works; from this power is applied directly with- out further friction. The other day we saw the perfected model of the engine pumpfng water about twenty feet and throwing it into a reservoir at the brewe- ry. This is the apparatus forgetting in a cheqp manner one or two horse power to drive small machinery. Mr. St. Mar* tin has made application for letters patent, and when he gets them we think ho has a fair prospect ahead to realize something from the result of his genios &tkcck by Lightning and Restored by tiie use of Water.—On Friday, the 28th ult., four or five slaves ...

Publication Title: Huntsville Recorder, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Huntsville Recorder — 15 October 1857

<ar % H fe 1 u lELiwtu'i eiMriMi mnuTito Highly Concentrate* Far Dittamal Flail Bs- ArUa? ftwn Exeas* removing nil Impnpt Kidney . or 8«xu l MALR iu Ufa, and tli* Bladder, er existing in FBMALB, From wlirttrer cauae lhay may have originated, amu hd matter or iiow mho btandiku. Owing Health and Vigor to the Franit, and Bloom to tke Pallid Cheek. JOY TO THE AFFLICTED !! It «urea N err out aad Debilitated Sufferer*, and re. mevea all tba BymjHima, among which will be üaaad ludinpoeilion ta Exertion. I am* or Power, Lorn of Memery, Uifflenlty of Breathing, Ueu- eral Weakness,Horror of Disease, Weak Nervee, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death, Night Sweats, Cold Fret, Wakefuluen, Dimnea# of Vision, Languor, Universal fcamitude of the Mnecnlar Syiitem, Otten Buormoue Appetite, with Dripeptic dymptoma, I|ot llanda, Flushing of the Body, Drynearof the Skin, Pallid Conntenauct * Eruption* sa the Face. Pain in • Back, Heaviness of the Kye- v lida, Frequently Black apota Flying before the E...

Publication Title: Huntsville Recorder, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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