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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 March 1847

.' BfiBe4'i'ifmr&rr TV ' - V DEMOCRATIC T ELEGRAP D TE X AS l.H$-$5 in advance. r $7 at the emS. ot th yr JPuilislied Weekly. REGISTER ft " 5 r(. . l2 - V ' CRCTGER&MOOEE. t ,A)OURATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTERj, p.blisktil every Monday, Alain'Si., Houston, BY" CRQGER & MOORE. - TEEC3IS. ".' Sua-cription for One Year, or Fitty-Two Cambers, - - - - 300 Any pirson who lemite Twelve. Dollars, will be entitled toMbree .subscriptions, (in all case to be paid in advance.) Advertising, oae dollar per square for the first insertion, and filty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to cons.litu.te a .square. To Merchants nd others, advertising by the year, a reas-onable deduction from the above rates will be made. 4 Steamboat cards. PolHiral and Personal comma- nicaiioas will be charged atlhe same ratei as ad- veriisciueuis. . Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements not'marked with the length of lime des-ired for publication, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 March 1847

M r L eft dn ,- DS "cJiMM t B emrmeatBdib wst J1 SSidSm kh. r x. -nc w-m. b.w!a B&lX ijm it is aflMutScfor 8Hk' S i& iMP-11 M f " kianeii i nyeggq P J sincyoanl 4St . ff emiffrantfro 5- i . .m K my mi S. Tmk death "ct sjfcjjalBP cd but WsSSaT'' - mmmosEiz. .r . mmim&iGjracora m& amvi M a .-JUrf.- en iprmujscrver. a MMD-'NO' CHINK. John iSadittleboYsvho never stops to think. fee is therefore always getting iinto trouble or mischief. .One day his mothertibimd him stan- "ding ofijhdill the IwadoTOof the second-j storv. one mid ot his Tbotfanolhelrmisthave , beeiylalhed tojueces os the pavemcnTbelow' uaateOTyie coma ao sucn a be sawT Lnever thought about allmMovHlrWaattafcgood tempered joj, ana it doiw OotSbeen'so recKiess, mat LonecQukbtrust him, he woukrbave been a jbild. If there was anjtrifling ser- wc3sfflpp done, or to go 01 an errand, or xvatclBlrthe side of his httle sister, his moth- Fromihe iV Ifefeiers RnaTrtr thought of employing hfallbbughij liefeanxious to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 March 1847

fr&0VSgvue9j!mViV' fS-""".. V - 4..,v i?? 's& m . ,; I I what seems to bs tho bsst authentic statement recoived here from tho scat of hostili'titS 3 v Gen. Taylor while at Naev22 xnlles from Saltillo, with 5,00t) men, was attakectaoif the 22d. ult by a Mexican force of 15.000. Frndin? that he could not maintain his position-he made good his retreat to Saltil- 10, covormg Ins wagon train. Uore a severe engage- ment took place in tho streets, in which, tho Mexicans suffered a heavy loss. jLfter destroying what of the pnbhc stores he tsouldnot transport, ho continued his retrogaile movement on Monterey, until he reached the Rinconada pass, whero ho was again attacked, but successfully dofonded himself. Here all tho rumors, re- ports, and letters leave him. Once in Monterey, and ho would bo safe, but his ability to accomplish this much was altogerher problematical, as the nfexicans were swarming in overy direction. A merchant in Comargo, under tdato. of 25th ult, writes to his f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 March 1847

m "SW. s K -stt 2 ! .,Jt, :tiJ .fe W d&t&im: iK I m .JkSSR k nAjB) P1 f BeddiMrtSB,fiB i- wp 'r s W J? ..xr .HlnSliUtaiHgK IT 1 fe u fore 6a fm&k sr ci t 0$ 1M feK airaHi wmrwli . W"l Bl mmmoi 1 fttf ram ? smjvu AU lies. ju , iii ..,,vgrs,fls wau .L commissioners ol J.d r coamvANixraiid date r -: Tfcroliecled? if not heard from or returned to t. general land office -within 90 days, amplication wf, t made to lheprcper office foftra duplicate. ' "" teqq-tta sail . JQaKfHgrjppET-. ,, Half SecHsnt and Quarter SccjibnstofS K J'tBiit Land to occupy inthe " rest,ef Texas IE CHANCE, GRATIS IHE absence' mkin miAci i I afters, allows t i.ofie1rMurIng.3flSlryear 1847, 320jacres of tb Families, and isOacrestcsingle mei y offCa&ro, whose prosperity is wei contains now 1000 nmhabitani- airerof Qnihi. 9 miles fro n Gastro-iVillt ImuiieK&SO Families: the VnrienbercH5 nnle Burtber onihe road t.i Mexico, 50 Farnjjjp. Sim lilar ejabli-liments are successively iimSrogress ii theaS9&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 March 1847

gSfTV,,l Ilfcmill.lfilTII. TFI rhRflrU ftNli Tr XflK KHiiSIrK . Tj?F1S---S5 in advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end oi l!e year vV BYCftUGEK. & MOORE. HOUSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1847.' YOL. XrtOfp. 13--WHOLETT0,6SS k s-A f iDEUOCRATlO 'IELEGRAPU and " TJEXAS REGISTER, OrE ublished every Monday. Main Si . Houston, BYCROGER & MOORE. TESi?IS. Subscription for One Year, or Pilty-Two , Vlamber.-, - $5.00 Auy person who 1 emits Twelve Dollars, will be .-entitled 10 three subscriptions, (in all ca-,es to be r caid in, advance.) . t. Adverting, one dollar per squareforthe first ir.pnion. and fillv cents for each SuhsFtineni inser. t.aian.'-Ten lines or leas to cons.filutra1qaareijifil 10 iucitunuu auu uiucia uuvciusingjuy , juo. vycar, a reauuauie ueuucuuu irum ineraDoveriraies will be made. . . "" l .j Steamboat cards, Political and Personal commits Plications will be charged at the same rales as.ad- crtisements. -, Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in Advance. All A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 March 1847

4 -1? i BiHfe -, "WCn " 1 . V? JmHB1.J e FISI r-ifc C- f .. 11 -dfc : i JT tfliitiieTU -sLa 5nS k - mmwij 4KHHEtticra r MSi v- 'WE? - 4 ' " v 1 rich.c5?t'" i 'i IfeMflPtmiform level. Its bauKs aro ww, aiiu iu&j. tjr' the bottom good, njt tne nanKSimuaav. Mv ntt-i go. , and about iweet o mencs aeei. v e encampca on t.: 'V-west sidcr Grazing good. VOctoiel Jsr. Made a reconnolssanaeaof the rirer 1 -apoufc;? miles up found no newfprd ascertained that Knobi as has been asserted. I also sent anartv up the jiver,t)n'foot. on the west side, but they could find no ewiford. un my return 1 found myself quite ill wall Scvcrand -dysentery. wOctbberilMllVJtib engineers camo in with the ponton rain carhvThejieneral and his staff arrived in the af- icrnoqn. Vejemained" here all day. CfeioFer.SdStill ill. The advance moved on a- jbouto'ciock,a-ni., towards tlie Rio Npeccs, which Avas about$l2 miles off. Encamped on tho cast side iftho river, with tho start, artillery, and squadron o. :io 1st dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 March 1847

knocking tho boms off of cattle, breaking the smaller branches of trees, 'etc., but, so far as lieard fromdoing no very serious damage. The people in that section must have re- markably lard pates, if they could be pelted ivitn, hail stories three times as large as ben's eggs, falling with such violence as to knock off the horns of cattle, and yet suffer no serious damage. Exigeatoxg Ixdiaxs. Several hundred Choctaws have recently emigrated from their old homes, east of the Mississippi, to the res- ervation in Arkansas, adjoining Texas. "Wc learn that the Indians on the frontiers of Robertson county have became" quite trou- blesome to the settlers. Aparjbwpf these. Indians lately entered a house "grine of the upper settlements on thotNavisoto.-and finding only a woman in hV ihey treatedirher hey ureal with great rudeness, compelled hcrtocfurriish them food, and took what articles they desired. It is reported that they also captured a boy, and took him one or two days journey into th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 March 1847

FtK$r ? fr "t Iki 23 nsJtthW ox l.o, wijjf r' LEE & BREWSTER' 4,4 ,Gedar Street, .New York. ' TEG 1eaveS-"infnrm Dealers in' Dxy'Goods, JUthat they have received, and are now exhibit- ing, at lheWare House Exclusively for Printed Calicoes, ' .'"'', 500 CASES, ' ? . Comprising all the - NEW SPRUNG. STYLES, Of BrilkhjT?renclr and American Manufacture; which in&nnnriOtf !o iheir usual slock, ren ders iheiraaortrnenlone ofthe most beautiful and! attractive fifthe city ; and having just been pur- dialed lor CASH AND SHORT CREDIT, Are offered by the piece or package on the same terms, ai and below manufactures prices. Catalogues of prices (corrected daily,) are pla- ced in the hands of buyers. Purchasers will inform themselves of the Mate 01 the marker, and b well repaid for an examination, even it ihey do not purchase. L & 6. have peculiar advantages for executing orders for prints, which are respectfully uliriied. LEE & BREWSTER, mar 1 till July 1 44 Cedar siree. LOST Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 April 1847

r M'Jj;J "IpN' r?nnij9i--8fr-. TJSJli;TI3-$5 in advaeace. Published Weekly. or 7 at the enrioi iheyear BY CRCJG-EKgfe-MOOEE HOUSTON MONDAY, APKIL 5, 1847. VOL. XII. NO. 14--WHOLEN0.589. V DEMOCRATIC TEBEgRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday, Main Si , Houston, ' BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Number, - $5.00 Any person who i emits Twelve Dollars, will be enii'led to three subscriptions, (in all caes to be paid in advance.) - Advertisings one dollar per square for the first ijn&eriion, and fifty cents for each subsequent, inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute asquare. To Merchants and others adverfisingJfiVfcthe year, a. reasonable deduction from thahoregrates will be made. jS0Biwi- Rtpnmhna! rnrds Pnliliral anil PprsonaVcbmmu nicatiuns will be charged at. the sa meTraiesasad- VClU3CIMCUia. 3- 'Announcements of Candidates for office So in advance. , All Advertisements not marked with the ltngth of lime desired lor publicati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 April 1847

- mvm',W1QWf2&!i'' .? tr" 220 excellent bargain should fall into the hands of ? popr'neighbor but the more rejoice when Such a one meets with encouragement ! BY AUTHORITY. fLawstaf the United States passed at the Sec- uond Session of the Twenty-nintJi Congress. .Uf Public No. 1. ..AN ACT for the admission of the Stato of Iowa into mys v tho Union. Whereas the people of the Territory of Iowa, did, on the eighteenth day of May, Anno Domini eighteen hun- dred and.forty-six, by a convention of delegates cal- led and assembled for that purpose, form for them- "" ' selves a Constitution and State Government which Constitution is Republican in its character and fea- tures and said convention has asked admission of the said Territory into the Union as a State, on an Aqual footing with the original States, in obedience Wto "An act for tho admission of the States of Iowa and Florida into tho Union. Approved, March third, eighteen hundred and forty-five, and "An act to de- fine the boundar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 April 1847

'r'&$ ' -v 'tvMr-iKevmtmaetpnm1 i" siHPH & ishing settlements in the" vicinity of the Pre-1 sidio, Santa Rosa and Parras. , A short time before the army of Santa AnJ na-advanced upon baltillo, a large numoer or, Mexican traders from the vicinity of Santa Rosa, visited Bexar, and brought several tons of lead from the mines in that sectkm. .This they sold at from three and a halfiourP cents a pound. They stated that immSserouanti- s, ties of this metal can be obtained'ffiltkaf sec- tion. The ore is found in great abundance even on the surface, and it is so rich that they easily reduce it by roasting it on a log heap. The ore is piled upon the logs, fire appliedi and when the logs have burned down, the pure lead is found in the ashes. There are valuable silver mines in the same locality and it is jprobable that this lead contains a very large proportion of silver. A small party of Delawares, who havelbeenJ hunting near Bexar for several monthsspi went into the city on the 9th i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 April 1847

?; Av5?a?sr J??s ry 'Vfrst' vu& ' i '?. 0 n ? 4rf-' - 9E ,... fci Kti 'f - LEE &. BREAVS iCER, - - ; -. U Cedar Street, "New York." BEG leave lo inform Dealers in DryGood., that they Have rec ived, and are now exhibn $ngVl the Ware House Exclusively for Prima -Calicoes, 500 CASES, Comprising all the NEW SPR4NG STYLES, ;Of British, French and American Manufacture . Xhich, in ADDITION :o their usual Mock, ren dersiheir assortment one of the most beautiful atu. attractive in the city ; and having just beeu put 'chafed for VrAOll AHU OHUni v.l.CiJ-I J.. Are, offered by the piece or package on th. ' terms, at and below manufactures price ie same ; prices. I Catalogues of prices corrected daily-,) are pla I ced in the hands of buyers. Purchasers will informthemselves: ofthe state ol I the market, and be well repaid fur an examination, j even n iney uu uut purciiase. L. & B. have peculiar advantages for executing juAiorders ior prints, which are respectfully suliriied T- LEE &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 April 1847

m? yi-VjsJl V- TJE&viFS $5 in advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at tlie end oi the year ' ' BY CRCJaBR MOORE. itlir DEMOCRATIOjIpB'GRAPH AND TEXASTER, Published evert MowfiimJMain Si , Houston BY CRQGE&JVIOORE. Sabscripiion foftOineiYear, or Fifty-Two liifin,&&tjjg&. " " S5.00 ffiy,P'rson' whjpemtpjrwelve Dollars, will be en'iiled loihreeotions (m all case, to be paid in advaqcepjgSft. Advertim:rflne dollar per squarp for the first insertion, and ficefftfor each subsequent insei- tion. Tea liaes or less to conhlitut a square. 'Co Merchants and others adverting by the vear, a re.i--uaable deduction from the above rate;, will be made. - - Steamboat catds, Poli'icaland Personal commu- nications will be charged at the same rates as'atl; vertisemenis. .- -;$ Announcements of Candidates for office Sain' advance. ljjjA'tTvTii-ements not marked with the ltngth offiimeffieMred for publication, will be inserted funiil'iorliijl, antLcharged accordingly. -OAircoffi'oiunVcatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 April 1847

a" f rf fat (Tr '.' v i - rv . v K ft' 3L o?4 a. rale as this is was a rule "needful" in its character ? -..The supposition cannot be maintained. But this grant is confined in its terms to "territory belonging to the United States." Does this territory upon which we aiowpregose to plant this restriction "belong to the United States 1" What says the amendment ? It ex-' pressry applies to "territory whichghall Icereaftcr be J - -acquired by or annexed to tno United states. Again, ,it is only in regard ta territory or othcr.property belong- , .rng to the United States that wo are authorized to ,tfinake "needful rules -and-regu&tions ;" and yet under this grant we are asked to make rules and regulations in regard to property not "belonging to the United States, 'but -which, belongs to individuals. You aro asked to say, that if a slave goes to this territory, lie is free ; "and thus aro directly legislating in regard to property lVbelonging to individuals, and not to the United State...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 April 1847

t ? -! -- electing U. S. Senators : conuen&y, itswill not be represented in the Hgherbranch of congress ior me next two yearsmiaiess.meri shall be a called session. im By the arrival of the schr. Fairy at Gal ves ton, from -NcwOrleans, advices have been re. ceived from the!latter,city to The steamshipIHiberma arri tho 31st ultimo, arrived at Boston on the 20th ultv an ibroujrht dates from Livcr- Pool to the 4th i but the advices received by Telegraph from Boston were so vague and indefinite, that the- affected the southern mar- kets,but slightly. In New Orleans, they had a tendencyyjT0nder factors more firm in their dcmandsJjjUHprices did not advance. Money is scaree'anaBn great demand in England. The Government has taken a loan of 3,000,- 000 of the Rothschilds. The demand for cot- ton haoVmcreased in the Liverpool market : buttheprices remained at the same quotations as at the sailing of the Cambria. Tho prico of American cottons in Liverpool was, for bowed Georgia, 65 a 6?d: ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 April 1847

" 'MJiiiTf'? 'i' flt,ff WVSC F Pfq ;&"qQjm-i Cm m l Gpt 6 GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, &C. t CPHE subscribers have in Store and offer for sale J. JL. atthe io west mansei rates, lOO-bsgs Kio Coffee, prime quality, 10 casks bacon, assorted, x$f 10 bbls. heavy retailing mo'asses. 5Qbbrs. Cincinnati ana St. Louis Flourg iT 30 Jcegs No. 1 , leaf lard, C 50,000 cigars of the WaEhington, Norma, Lora'By- .ronseeola, Casadores, De La Craaz Principe, Es paransaJSnd La India Regalias, . " llrinncheon nuns old rve Whiskev. warranted 15 years old, and very superior davor, B0 boxes sperm and star candles. ,50 kegs English white lead 28 lbs each, 5U " oar lead, nails and btot spikes assorted, 19 Collins' axes, 4t 10 qr casks sweet Malaga wine, ,k , Tbunghyson,imperial,gunpowdernd black tea, E "Waterproof boots, russet, brogans, &c. And a handsome assortment o Fancy aud Staple Dry Goods foFplantation and family use. E. P. CALKIN &. CO., y'jZAug. 30, 1846. wtf 558 - Strand, Galve3ton. PRIN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 May 1847

'i r i1. '$- ifriS. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH XAS RE V .ST K "c3ii.' I2ELi3S TJEMUK& $5 in advance. Publisheil Weekly. nr 7 at. ilio onrl nf h vTfT S" BY CEUGER & MOORE. VOL. XII NO. 18-WHOLENO. 5j$f HOUSTON, MONDAY, MAY 3, 1847. n 5TCR "itSiSL aaBBsaBBOBBanaiBmBBiiia DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND 'TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday, Main Si., Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, oc.Filty-Twp Nurnber, - . 5.00 Any person who 1 emits Twelve Dollars, will be entitled to three subscriptions, (in alt caes to be paid in advance.) Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertions-Ten lines or lebs to constitute a square. TaMerchants and others advertising by the yearra reasonable deduction from the above rates will be,made. Steamboat cards, Poliiicaland Personal commu- nications will be charged At the same rates as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $3 in advance. rAl.Adrrrlivemeat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 May 1847

F?sv w - ' i '- -riS 2.2.3 j&c.'". And be it further ouacted, That the Secrat .tamoftho-iNavy'bo, and he is hereby; authorized and ..directed to cause 6uch experiments be niade under O'theimmediate direction and fiuperutendeSce of Uriah" iBrawn'osiBhall thoroughly test the efficient properties 7?!pSfa liquid'fira, andjthe practical utility ofalshot-prooi - steamship (the invention of said Brown)' for coast and & harbor defence said experiments JorbeTnade'injihe j i v presence of competent judges, to be selected by the " "Secretary of 1he Navy for that purpose ;"and it shal. rjS'bo -tho duty ofthoaid Secretary to report to Congress, - mm4, thotearhost practicable- period thereafter, tho result )f snehexperiments ; and his opinion whether the iute- f.resfof the United States would be promoted by adopt- jt ' tag this invention as a means of national defence. That ' said'Brown shall revcive tho sum of six dollars per da r f while-engaged in making such experiments, togethe J Ji....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 May 1847

i rm"m mmmn m&"W' 'f'-z& t for Canal Commissioner. There being no anti-rent Faction in the?Keystone-State,tobar-ter away tbe State .Interests for local objects, Gov. &hunk Vill'doublless be more successful than his friend, Gov. Wright. We learn from, the .Northern Standard, that nearly two companies of volunteers have been enlisted in Fannin county. One company in Xamar, and a company of eighty men has been raised in Red river county. The latter company is under the command of Col. Samu- el W. Sims. The Standard, speaking of the readiness of the Red river men to volunteer their services, says : This District 'always does its duty it always ren- dere,uuhesitating obedience to the laws, it always pays its apportionment of taxation, even when others do not; and it always finds men for the service of the country when they are called for. The fact is, the Old lied Riverjdistriet is sound to the core, and cannot be ex- celled by the same amoant of population any where Col. Hay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 May 1847

&-- f C S &iS.iF."rCECGTR. Jki WADE & CRUGEB,' . Js.?w.iDc. Telegraph Buitding, Main Streer,. Houston. "TTAVEnow in store and are constantly; feceiv- ", !J3.ing-frara New Orleans and New,Y.ork, a large inVlfTnriil nvunrt mcnt of" Goods. B?h?rh ihevniTpr tf fnr-ali at vprv low Tifipes. "The ibllnwinfr pnm. prises a part of their stock : fyffi - '" 2)ry Gootfo. . ClothsCassimeresandSauinets', , v Kentucky Jeans,assorted colors and qualities, T " v Negro'kerseys, plaid linseys, Flannels,red, white, Salisbury, silk and Canton, Blankets; Rue, green, -a-hite and gray, Mackinaw ,- "and ted, f "Brown sheetings and shirtings, all widths, ' fr 'Bleached do do do do "Osnaburgs, Lowell, Virginia and Canton, 3-4, 4 4; Bfueana brown cotton drillit gs, v P,rints, assorted, fancy, furniture, &c. x '-"dor French, oil and canary, Alpacas, cashmeres, mouselain de lain, Ginghams, various qualities and styles,1 Muslins, cambric, Swiss, mull, f. do Jiconet, book, corded, &c, Table clo...

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