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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 23 October 1852

* 'mm m V THE I il/r r r >.% *, i** k.1), K v : * Y 5 A1 yjciiANAV \for >i>: cribers the «ai ± - "-ü •>m tho DtuoUí lo (Cíutrntíoit, ¿itcraturc, Agriculture, Cominera, O one: -lit aníi .foreign Xctos, ©cutral Jutcliigcucr, iílisccllonu, $:(. ( LUME 4. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATtlüUY. ' >CTOBER 23, 1852.- NOliLU 1. My fat 8tat« •/ in the co< TUi'ttl-Jf' father* mtaiu• v. rem rod see, wh« r I'eriBti t THE BHW1E FAMILY. V J. I. UOWIE, or MISsISMPFI. er and mother were both born in the • corgia. They were married in 1782, \ty of Burke, of the same State : my aiden name being Elvira Jones; my * '• —r- Tr.y aboat the year 1787, my parents >m Georgia to the State of Tennes- hey remained for fix or seven years. father had frequent negroes, which were put up and sold by the zrA ire w. chasers of the negroes, took the half as our re- ward for informing, and obtained the marshal's sale for the forty negroes, which entitled us to roll them within the United States. We con- tir&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 23 October 1852

<f and ái Tuesday the steamer later from tonday cott^o j Susíness. 53,000 bales, of speculation and for ex- Im ports were 14,000 bales. Prices, ► for fair ; middling 4 3-4 to ft 7-8d. The ship Blobile, from Liverpool for New OtImv, «ras wrecked near Liverpool. Capt Surtos, «II the crew, and forty passengers were Hew York, Oct. 4.—The cotton market re- gain* quiet, hut prices are firm Middling Or- ffue is quoted at 10 5-8"to 10 3-5c., and Mid- Uplands at 10 3-8 to 10 l-2c. per lb. Yobk, Oct. 8.—The cotton market t <juiet, with sales to-day of about 1000 Middling Orleans is quoted at 10 3-8 to 10 1-3, and Middling uplands at 10 l-2c. pr. lb. The money market is very tight. Sterling is frn. There is a panic in the stock market. New Yoke, Oct. 12.—Orders have been re- _ Oehred from Washington for the immediate de- parture of the U. S. Frigate Powhatan for 11a- ™ tinelo join the Cyane and investigate the re- oent difficulty between tbe authorities tberc and the steamship Crescent C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 23 October 1852

T ' i / I. % * > to L.'ST OF LETTERS, remaining in the l'ost Office at Washington, Texas, September 30, 1852. Knight, Co! Jas, Knott, A J, Moore, Jks Mary, Miller, J W, McDoncl, Anne Sarah, 2 Mayhey, Samuel, 5 Moore, Leonard, McDearman, W W, Mayfield, N J, Mills, Harvy, McFaddcR, James, Pearce, W T, Pearce, Jonathan, Perry, Capt John, Pal tuer, J R Pierce, Pierce, Rev Henry, Robinscn. J A, Ren, Rufas H, Robinson, 0 Joseph, Royster, G Horace, 2 Reed, Nat, Sherrod, Mr, Smoot, II O, 4 Sullivan, William B, Tucker, R J, 5 Yince, George, Gresham, Mildred Miss,Wedgeworth, Nathaniel Hanchet, Lewis B, Woods, A G, Hoggate, W, W ooten, Thos B, 2 | Hall, James, Wickes, Miss Josaphine, Harbor, George, Wells, E f, Hairston, Miss Cath'rineWashington, Miss B, Jeffries, John, Wilkorson, Dr R M, Jones, Allen, Waite, Win II, * TWENTY y^OST. or tuk| Armor, Miss M A, Arnold, F M, Brooks, Jas C, . Boyd, Jacob, Bollock, W m, Cook, Wm E, Campbell, F M, O, ok, J L, Camp, Thoi, Cottingham, Chas, Chambers,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 23 October 1852

ES ' * Jl Ki y W I T Á N D H I M O It W BIBO. AIR—STAR IPAKCLID BAXttB Winy i Bibo went down to the regions b«. !->w, Wb* T < the nod Mtyx r-'und fctcinity 3^w, H'is* . ami ciied, that he >v.,uld be - w'-d brv I o his ■ ll was «hirst—li B F RUCKEli H E1 £ k, >'i if drunki ried Char wanted ¡hjhv' sack. • wort UrcnV • WHO \a K S V L E A N D -JBJ K * M ' wa smy: ton, ti yjTT AS constantly on h-ir . L> "•.•rtii. ' t oí / i 14- ¿5 Fu JAS ■c and SlJ M ! • i.s, HO ' .15.- -rc, /l.j, ¿tuiioiiarj, &c., Ac.; consiating in • ' u" '• : part, of the following articles : And you felt not the pain which to death is allied." .Allspice, Race Ginger, Black, Red, l>njr and Af i k «. . . „ , ... , , . ! can Pepper, Mace, Ch/ves, Nutmeg , Hops, Copperas, * Take me back, roared Bibo, "I mind not the pain; - And if I died drtink, let me die oncc again." W ASHI NGTON MASONIC NCADEMY. THE second sc<--ion of this Institution will c<m menee on the third Monday, 10th July, under the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 30 October 1852

< Lí kv % 0t oUi to <£&urati<m, Citerature, Agriculture, tiommcrce, Dom^tic anil .foreign Kerns, ©cncral Üntcllignuc, iUistcllanj), &r. VOLUME 4. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1852. TBI Jifft-llirE* A skip vu driven oat of her coarse, and cast away within ight of an unknown coast. All on board might hare escaped in the boats, though rather crowded, bnt one of the passengers, on their refusing to admit his trunk in any boat, remained in the ship to tfftfaaten it, and get oat his pocket book, trhich contained notes to the amount of twenty thousand pounds. This he thought would not detain him a moment, and he requested them to wait; bat in the bui ry and confusion of the moment, he could not im- mediately recollect what he had done with the key of the trunk Having found it at last, and secured his money, he perceived to his dismay that every boat was out of sight, while the ship " "enly he falling apart and suddenly he found himself in the sea. Catching at s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 30 October 1852

■ . ■■ - m k %M - [Great applause.] He who go cart against a railroad We wonld have Canada It might be that when the destiny ic was fulfilled, it woofd like other i which had accomplished their end, s, our laws, our institutions all over this continent: [Im- s.] And the nation would never was accomplished. accessary we should have that Cuba. If we could purchase If, well, be spared the horrors of war, its de- the terrible bloodshed, the widows' ra' tears. Hut if we could not buy it we must hare it any how. [Immense eheer- it not be believed that we vould get an from Spain. Did the people know Spanish Government was? It was a [laughter]—that was a little room i's bed chamber [Renewed laughter.] persons who governed Spain in that Cam- nothing of the affairs of the world; only that they were high grandees, some of whom heldjip the Queen's train, some untied ber shoe and some saw her go to bed. [Laugh *«.] They were still of the belief that they Ufare the greatest people on earth ; stil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 30 October 1852

i A i4 i f- 4 - " i • v ♦ CHAPPELE HILL ÜOLL£ti£, HERETOFORE Chnppell Hill Male and Female Institute. Arrival awl Departiré of BaS«. | TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD. Poet-offiee hoars, week days, from 8. a. m. to ; T OST, or taken from the stage through mistake, 12 m., and from 2 to 9 p. m. Sundays, from by some of the passenger, en the 2, thofjuly, ' " ' ' between Independence and Houston, a carpet-bag, 8 to 9r m. m. I striped green, red, yellow, and brown; locked with Galveston, closes at 9, p. m. Arriving i a brass lock, and containing two laifie music books. every other day at 9, p. in., departs next morn- There is a hundred sheets of music in each volume: | ^ ^ in«r at 4 a. m. the outside leaves are green: the backs neatly bound dence of Professor P. S. Ruter, late of Transylvania u, • ,rt*k0- v_ o mm' with leather; "Music" engraved on a piece of red University, Kv., who has been elected to the Preai- t J arrives every other day by 9, p. m. j|orocco ^ tj,e back; the owners' name writte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 30 October 1852

applause.] He who „ a railroad We would have Canada be that when the destiny -¡¡¿¿pa*,.*. 338 y««r, $8; for six 91- Subscriber will be charged $4 at the end Payment within two months from the • írrt namber, will be considered in four Subscribers will • or lew, for first insertion, thereafter, 50c. To those ad- > a very liberal deduction from i will be made; but they will be re- i their advertisements strictly to one and any advertisement from a not directly appertaining to the referred to in his yearly advertisements, i charged extra. i, circulars, etc., designed for ' individual interests, (if admissible aé all,) will be charged for as advertisements. executed with neatness and despatch, i, which must be paid on delivery. [nmnr res the lokc «tas.] iv the spieit-lai . by JOHN xaULEA. In the radiant When every «hrnb sod violet. . from their •" ^ rr .x üHING TON, TEXA S, iHAS constantly on hand a large and complete assortment of fresh drugs aho medicines, vaints, oils, DVK-snmrs, m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 6 November 1852

r.. ~. i'* <- •> • Jr SNMPI .. «3KS . .- f:.a* ,S¡ÍW ted ,1'.'," «« Dtooiri to Cbutotion, Citerature, ^griraltuvc, iomm'crcc, Domestic aní> foreign Jfeuis, ©cncral íntelligcnte, ütisíeUanji, fcr. « tV man YOLUME 4. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1852. NUMBER t j4t ¿¡it «It as I til tins KilLROAI. A DBUM, IT THE WLIOID BAKD. seemed to me," said tbe bard, I had been suddenly aroused from my ts ;I looked around, and found myself in centre of a gay and happy crowd. The first 11 experienced was that of being borne along with. a,peculiar gentle motion—soft, glid- ing motions I looked around, and found that X traa in one ofa long train of cars, that were gliding 4rer a railway. I could see the traiy far, 1hr ahead; it was turning a bend in thi railway, and teemed to be many miles in length. It was composed of cars. Each car opened at the top, and was filled with men and women, all laughing, talking, or singing. The peculiar Sen tie motion of the car interested me. I look...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 6 November 1852

i EES«, T- '■ *** , AT TRC FlRrr TBS IXAZOf XCOICAL Br® to meet i few of you i an associated capacity, though, have determined to eo- iif a mcdiael socie- ty discouraging cirpum- *• we may reasonably look r tf W« will lay aeide all apa- i, with a fall persuasion of undertaking, and, with a ~ , press on, good to 5 the sure result. . the physicians of .... J to the call at once. W knowledge extends, this is the "" ' * society in die State; r infer, but little thought either by the physicians or fi on the uses or importance ohjeet of this Asnciation is, to and suph others as may observations and reflections r hare resulted from their investigation^. 1 *riszqg from such a course, if per- ] on, will have a threefold good Firstly. We shall hsYP the most trainable ob- ■¿rvatSngs from the physician# of the country, form, and so arranged as to be MflüMUe to the members at all times; and will #• «, the most effectual manlier, to incite and faithful reports; also to Mntow^e, and bring about th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 6 November 1852

Arrival * •f lab. twenty dollars reward. Port-office hoars, week days, from 8, a. m. to J^OST or taken from the state through mistake, 12 ■*., and from 2 to 9 p. m. 8 to 9, a. m. Galveston, closes at 9, p every other day at 9, p. m., departs next mom ing at 4, a. m. Austin, arrives every other day by 9, p. m. Departs next morning at 4, a. n*. Eastern arrives Saturday, Monday and Wed- nesday, 8, p. m. Departs Sundays, Tuesdays, ad Thursdays, 4, a. m. Northern arrives Wednesdays and Satur- days by 6, p. m. Departs Thursdays and Sun- days at 5, a. m. Southern arrives Sundays by 6, p. m De- part#BIondays at 6, a. m. Chappell Hill departs Thursdays at 7, a. m.,and, returning same day, arrives by 6, p. m. Hnnd.va from of the P*e8c ge™. on 27th of July, j between Independence and Houston, a carpet-bag, i stripsd green, red, yellow, and brown; locked with m. Arriving a brass lock, and containing two large mn=ic books. There is a hundred sheets of mnsic in each voltsme: the outside leaves ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 6 November 1852

itP*ah. WIT AND HUMOR. A CIClTIIfi SCBIE. stcih an oetipled. mad every other ipot, , ., : seem, and jet ptrhapg they "re not; ssma that court on taboreU placed lovingly together, ^ W«per low, of fuhions or the weather; ***** wttkJn the outer porch, anil some opon the «tain, AariMBJ eoort on ottonaos. and rrrj few on chain. ^ wtthoet Aplw, k aO this Matting done, ~ ~ ~ It ahiaes the gu-Ught or the son: 1 *• •*#!• the state at things to prove, in, the more they will not more; I ftiauiere, u> spite of hist and glance, AnS jeefla that M Mm come ham Tery little chance. chequer-board, while others conrt on [fees.) u _ > mb not he In lore as much as they pro- fhs* "• that at backgammon conrt, half hid behind a (solemn, •W* eoort at whist, were not the game so ' that promenade, aa if they neTer meant to stop, I think* policy to institute a hop. I the young folk* is a pretty sight to see, the married ones had tetter never be. fuiism to aHwhoaa heart am teed on objects rigbt an l true; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 13 November 1852

Ocooteií to ¿¡Juration, Citcraturr, Agriculture, tCommcrrc, Domestic aní> .foreign Nema, General .¿Intelligence, itliseellann, See. VOLUME 4. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1852. NUMBER 7. nCKIUl'8 LETTER. The following note, with which we have been favored by Professeor Ingraham, is an amusing comment npon the controversy which has sprang op ii regard to this traditional and historical personage, about whom we suffered ourselves, once, to be out of temper, though, upon our word and honor, we never cared pinch of snuff whether his reputation were that of pirate or pedlar. We simply published, in the first in- stance, a graphic, "though highly embellished •ketch, which was furnished us by a literary gentleman of Louisiana, the correctness of which, we said, was vouched for, (using his own language,) upon a number of authorities, which were set forth. Every one could weigh the value of these authorities, and the paper was published, as every editor in the Union is accus ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 13 November 1852

THE ST0E3. bt jok5 killilea. Last night, within my humble dwelling, nusn Upon the cares of many a distant day, {cotkttfosdesce of the lone star ] ^TS!,í—Sir: In looking over your inter- P*P®r I with a communication licad- * " Thoaghta on the I>eath of Infants"; and I heard the batteries of heaven using *hbmg¡k the author writes well, and has a grace- j The greatest guns they could bring into play. - yet I object to many things expressed pea] &f>er peal, in quick succession booming, ® eomnninie*tinn. The prnrncflirtn 4' inn/- _ With lightning brilliant as the burning sun, In fury raging, as if the world was coming To that conclusion we so much seek to shun. A midnight ocean, in its madness dashing Its briny waves into the clouds afar— A conquering host, whole cities, even, crashing, And devastating, in a bootless war— Present less terror, less heart-rent affliction, Than does the murmur of the thunder*s roll: The one.gives cause for calm and cool reflection; The other strik...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 13 November 1852

iB 4 krhíl and Departure of Hails. Post-office hours, week days, from 8, a. m. to 12 a., and from 2 to 9 p. m. Sunday#, fYoni 8 to 9, «. ni. Galveston, closes at 9, p. m. Arriving every other day at 9, p. m., departs next morn- ing at 4, a. m. Austin, arrives every other day by 9, p. m. Departa next morning at 4, a. n>. Eastern arrives Saturday, Monday and Wed- nesday, 8, p. m. Departa Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, 4, a. m. Northern arrives Wednesdays and 8;itur- days by 6, p. m. Departs Thursday1 and S days'at 5, a. m. Southern arrives Sundays 1 y ' : parts Mondays at 6, a. m Chappeli. Hill departs Thursdays at lB.,and, returning same day, arrives by <i I. A W A N D MEDICI >; ¿J Charles and JoTiu A. Buekholi . ATTORNEYS &< COUNSELLORS AT L.\\ CAMERON, MILAM CY., TEXAS. s: N. II 0 L L A N D, ~ Aííor ey and Counsellor at Law, B E L L VI J.LE, oHOtf] AÜSTJN COUNT' ', TEXAS. HAPPLLL HILL. COLLEGE, HERETOFORE ( htpr.ell Hill .Male and F'tmalf Institute. " ?• 'iii.S I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 13 November 1852

*>«*< WIT AND HUMOR. TflUm W IRE PETTICOATS. ^ jrr ruiKT rsix. M W# males swagger and talk of our snperior- &f, bat only the savage has practical dominion orar the u weaker sex," simply because he bangs Us refractory female in lordly style! We don t beatonr women, and are, therefore, slaves; wa ara forced to knock under, because we have fastidious notions of knocking them down! This «•y ba quita correct; I only state th<; fact with- out eommentary. Unbeaten woman is a tyrant. J| A little Uond Creature with fair eyes, fragile Soc. Aloes, Muriate Arnouia, Arsenic, Pulverize'! Ba figure, whom yon cóuld erath in your manly' ^rrJ. r,ul\?erIuviI?n B,a1rk/.?l,T!t^e.' k"!?'' I - , 3 3 : Burgundy Pitch, Prep'd Chalk, Yelrct i'halkballs how or Other you find yourself trem- Cinnamon bark, Calcined charcoal, Cobalt, B. F. RUCKER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WA SUING TON, TEXA S, HAS constantly on hand a large and complete- assortment Of mESH DRUGS AND MKDiCI.N PAINTS, OIL , DTE-STUIT8, PE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 20 November 1852

MB - J¡ i* ■« ' i; ' -- IffSp • • - :"tr Vv- i' * " - , - '• ? -4 ■'• !- ■ . . t r* •- i i : - ■• •• • l-'-í .. t 3 ■ Dcüotcí to. (Education, Citcrature, Agricultura Commerce, domestic attft foreign Netos, ©eixeral Intelligence, íttisccllann, &c. ■4 VOLUME 4. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1852. NUMBER 8. SCIENTIFIC. 1TB1B. The effect of heat is to mbt6# many solids and liquide into vapor. Of all tfie vapors, we are most familiar with steam. Water, when converted into steam by heat, expands from a cubic inch to 1700 cnbic inches. Bat a much larger quantity of heat enters into vapors than into liquids. If, over a steady fire, a certain quantity of ice-cold water requires one hour to bring it to the boiling point, it will require a continuance of the same beat for five hours lon- ger to boil it off entirely. Liquids do not be- come hotter after they begin to boil—a thermom- eter will not rise any higher if kept in a boiling vessel (after the water commences to boil) for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 20 November 1852

af ti ease. These lire so imperfectly represent- ed by the record before us, that we deem .it to abstain from the expression of an whieh might be inapplicable to the evi- "*• *pon another trial. • Wo ore of opinion that the court erred in the to the jqiy, and that the judgment, ®j rerersoJ, and the cause remanded i Mv trial. Presidency. igh the donbtful States in tliia country. The ' Coventry vat doubt ^ 10 hrUliantthlttg| the pilgrimage of Sucll- fungna to the Promentory of Noses was a nota- *ha expedition of a certain king of Skwpw to the top of a certain hill, with twenty «en, produced' some little merriment; tone of Seottt, as la magnificent failure, a lid burlesque upon all other tours, churns ""^«•-eminence,. There is nothing in the of Errors, nothing amid the wild vaga- Mid-Summer's Night Dream, to equal exquisitely ludicrous features of the great through the Western Reserve, and ■ of abolitionism and fanaticism of that amusing firm, to which the feathers, and Graham the _ al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 20 November 1852

t K ♦ v.* "v <c k i t V * ► :a -+ *r I ~s .0*. % > iMATKW.-BV tHK SST* OE OF THE «TATE OF TLA AS•r¡*,*^,be «11 of the Legislature of the State of * I, A W AND MEDICIX T. eoaveaed In extraordinary Session, i ,.r h Te -«* «-■«« *- *■* ¿i to Charles and John A. Biickho!t.<, ia •' the opinion ATTORNEYS Sf COUNSELLORS AT LAW is,jn vu u— | CAMERON, MILAM-CY * *•■ N. T-;o 'jlaie of Tt-va.^ i ccestt of Austin. $ 7V; Sheriff of said Canny TEXAS. riiy the adjournment «> f th^J ' ( N. HOLL A N D, regular session, and may conduce, i Attoracy and Counsellor at Law, %s?í5«p. baw-keiiriffiss:' 080 tf] awswumi texas. wtfsa. - • *. s- # wHinirc that the Senators and Rep- P^ ' ?^L^ r tbe Legislature of this State, ; bítíiwsi ! s<*8i°n- st the CaPitoU I? Ik.«¡.Jrf ÍS&2* «e. J MO.JM. <h. .e «b j. tv*. henderson, Houston. TeXiii. w. h. niblitt, •Inderum. Texas. Greeting: ti'IIKHFAS, Miller Francis, as administrator f id the «.-itate of &aiuuel V ". IN,wland, deceased has filtvl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lone Star — 20 November 1852

■kBw mi t laWfcmie ['J / %J "3P^ 1 3b •far. rCILIIRtD, zteit uivisati BT J. V. BCCH.ÍXA5. B- F- RUCKEK, WHOL]E6 ALE AND RETAIL ft' a ' WA SUING TON, TEX A S, AS constantly on hand a lirge and complete assortment of fieih drugs asid medicixes, mikt , oildye-stuffs, resmiely, shop Furniture, Surgical Instruments, Window tila Giant ware, Books, Stationary, &c., &e.; consisting in part, of the following articles : A ¡Lapice, llace Ginger, Black, Red, Long and Afri- can Pepper, M.icc. Cloves, Nutmegs, Hops, Copperas, Roll and Sub. Sulphur, Starch, Arrow Koot, Salera- tus, Saltpetre, Alum, Eosin, Borax, Bi-Carb-Soda. Madder, Epsom, Glauber "and Rochelle Salts, Cream, Tnnr:-4abKripti«« for one year, {3; for sis Month* f 1 CO; for three months. %1. Subscriben i adranre, will be clmrged £4 at the end ^ year. Payment within two months from the the int number, will be considered in ¿▼anew. Any one sending us four subscribers will - PW'M * copy gratis. Advertising eight lines, or If ?, ...

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