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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 September 1851

ill advance. Published IWeekly. FRANCIS MOORE, JR. o $4 at the end oi the year HOUSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1851. VOL. XVI. NO. 39.-WHOLE NO, 881. REGISTER, Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by ^A|^lI8*OPKE,a«. , TERMS m i- i \C ts and others advertising by the year, eduction from the above rates ■ will be 4*..% bp0]gul£Mt'for One Year, or Fifty-tTweflum- 1 ./ oue dollar per square for the first in •ertioa, nua fifty cents for each subsequentiusertion ctleasto constitute a square'. To tfrfchq <4V4i*4p|Mfc A«:-1 .* i . Steamboat cards, aud Political communication* ^jM^bgaha^ed at theaamer^tes as adveitis.ag on Aa{to8pap*rii8. tmsMMWerf w6o d« not gi eo*pre*s notice to (lie cnntrtrj an considered u wishing to continue their tub cr^tort _> -,| 1 * ,i!.-vlf*ubscribers order the discontinuance oftheir papers, the-- ^WKjhWtaay «Mtfauelo end them tiHall that is due bopaidJ —It, ahsc Wl, fc c iw8yt |a e,tbji w^iiia nwwith% :« to which they ate directed, they.are held, responsible till...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 September 1851

SCENE IN A GAMBLER'S LIFE. bt irrne. Upon one of the crowded boats that contin- ually piy ap and down the Mississippi, was _ -jQp who8e dejected appearance at- eral attention. The wife wore that ^ "melancholy expression of countenance that tells a life consuming heart sorrow whieh He* too "deep to be alleviated by sympathy. Her features were sharpened by suffering, and her face, which might once have been fair, had lost its round proportions, and the thin cheek, and sunken, mournful eye.i revealed a tale of unspoken grief. A young lbaby slept quietly in her arms; 'She looked lovingly upon it, and writ she might, for it was very beautiful. One little dimpled hand rested upon tbe soft cheek, and the half parted lips and closely shut eye- lids showed how gently it slumDered. Now and then a little girl, sitting close beside her on a low stool, peeped under the light shawl that half covered the child's face, looked smiling up to her mother, and again nestled to her side, till, as the eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 September 1851

''v -Mb. missioner*, and the members of the local com- mitteeii, is required. Immediately after the «taee of tbeir proceedings, leave will be given to the exhibitors to remove their goods. Tbe reports of the juries, and the names of the per- wm rewiring prises, will afterwards'be pub- lished is tbe London 6asette. Medals will also heghren to tbe juries, tbe foreign -and local eemwaeioain, the chairman, treasurer, and Btofotorj of the local committees, and other per- ssps who bave rendered services, accompanied by a certificate and* copy of the reports of the jvraS' All the memorials will be presented rimaltaneoualy. bat no date is yet fixed. The challenge of tbe yacht America has not I Accepted.and a terrible sensation of fear SB possession of the minds of the aquatic Sm gentry of England since the 13th ult., when the America made her appearance among the yaehts of tbe Royal Victoria Yacht Clab, , «ni sailed past the swiftest with but a portion ofber sail set. -" estter-yacht Baccha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 September 1851

HUMS!, fARM AND PMWEB SEEDS, ' ■ -.V- IITOKTED direct B* And solduwteife'^r™u7of being Fresh and ^'A-v- Genuine, AT >39 Si. C^gJ^ggW *-*> r ; ___ , * CAREFULLY" selected colleclion.of everjr *a- yV fifty of Garden, Farm and Flwer Seeds ; Bui- be us Rootai-Roses ; Green House Plants ; Ornamen- tal and Fruit trees ; Aspanigus Roots, &.c. Grass Seeds of every description ; Rye, Egyptian Oats, Maufp UWiutzel,£ugai Beet, &c., &c. Country-,K«ehants supplied with Seed 111 hand- some Ubertei*p4pars, ready for retail at 36 cc-nts per dosen.offfcprltiwpoond 0r bushel, at the lowest mar- ket priM-. J^ttttTra and,Market Gaideners supplied DIRECT from the most emiuent gmwe^ffiic, aud Eartfpe. and may be depeu^fd proper culture- Bird? Sem Books on Gardening, Bird Cages, Gardeii; Tools, Fower Pots, &c.,&.c. w6m 818' J : r — ... -Sfisim liEiI. FOR CASH. . felS.of choice land, part of league g Tr a ride of Colorado River, 8 miles r,ver 111 ProPorl'ou * Houston, - Matagorda....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 October 1851

jgg Published ^Weekly. in Advance, -*y 4,.- ;" v ...ffjt.-I'V;, , ' ,ig HOUSTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1851. TELEGRAPH Main Street, Houston b Published ever; FRIDAY . -.4^' • ' jjy '■ ; ,-• •• - L, fbancis KCGRS, Jr., TEttvi: i for One Teir, la advance, $3.00. .On" Dollar pw Sqjire for the Cist fn- T^Ceints-ror-eaflh sabscqneat iuseitiox tCdostitiUe a Square. "vertising by the y*vr, a fraaa the abo.e rates will be 89*libai Taj llucso ' rsasoaatile a&d Political Coauiaic itioas wi-i be Cturg&l at the saaie rates as AilvertKeiaeab. 1 '• JYawsp tfftrs. on vrlfodo not ijiva exirais fiytico t tl>-> •■.intfj . — —-^$SmmsaaStS^ 3k—-f b*etit er* rttfi F«41VVU ): rc «rttle4 their bill, «na<mflei ' • ; t ".>•/ - * :•( 1 *enfose*> otMr tbeir piper* d.scon inf >nnm? ign, tb< nl thUt re labioibatt* ue the ixiper, at tfito tvro si G. 1t.*Rr D.G gbeoort. . g. t. laubiito Jjto. A. Bagby, M. H. Dickson, _E. U. Dodd, Lick •$ Mvttiiiesejj, Faris. VV. w. Fain, Larisea, ( l. li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 October 1851

- fife. - no . 'There ia not n fresh water river in the Low conn try, from Norfolk down to Capo Florida, which JgfperftNjtly well known to the population to soodTlip nJfcht vapors during the summer ' i)iont|ui loa4ed with miasma: and dangerous to life, MwM Is safe tosleep a single night ex- posed "to thi*atmosphere during the last half of (^j.8eas(m- Any attempt to conceal this from strangere is a wanton trifling with human - ^ r " ' . ; A Monument to the Brate>—The project of erecting'a monument to the memory of the Americans murdered at Havana has been broached in New York. The Suiu says in m&n• "We are authorized to state that the fol- 1 iwtlng contributions have -been already ten- dered : The som of $10,000 by. one gentle- mau, on thecondition that $90,000 more shall be subscribed. From two gentlemen jointly, $5,000 °u the same condition. From another (without condition) $3,000, and the pledge to riiise a«f much more from a few friends. From.a few Cuban exiles, $1,500. Fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 October 1851

" JH-.-jhisu- cmvJBHW a -.n; w. a-s wru-: K.< yyiWuc ML atf -'-m- -J~* * 3 • _V7STT •- ..--■■ ; .--' -«■-... -... «.«•. -• plate, also ihe t'ohit chat" on Philadelphia asbions, with very.many interesting original articles. The article on dress, translated from the French' we commend to the ladies. Blacfcttood'8 Magazine for September*- is replete With interest. Contents^)? this No: A Campaigo in Taka, My Novel; or, Varieties in English Life. Part XIII., Disfranchisement of the Boroughs. Paris in 18pl. Mr. Ruskia's Work's. Portuguese Politics, The Congress and the Agapedome. * ■ S - jf jjfff??! ^r7" 1 7 - We notice from the advertUnittnt of Dr. II. Evans, in another column, that he hits re- moved his weM-kuown Drug Establishment ( Apotbecarfes' Hall) to Wain street, adjoin- ing J. R. Morris' new furnishing warernom. Having dealt at this establishment Tor twelve years, we can recommend it to the public, who wish" a pure and good article ; and in medicines particularly, we consider ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 October 1851

^ Seeds of 1851! UB9KS, FARII AND FLOWER SEEDS, lctolted direct t ®AY, „ t , And told under the Guarantee of being Fresh and ~ ■■ '■■ - • Genuine, At 139 St. Charts Street, (Lafayette Square,) NEW ORLEANS. A C AREFULLY selected collection of everyva- riety of Gardeu, Farm and Fl iw.r Seeds ; Bul- bous Roots; Roses ; Groen House Plants ; Oruameu tal and Fruit trees ; Asparagus Roots &c. Gra*> Seeds of every description ; Rye, Egyptian 6at ,Mangel-Wurtzel,Snga> Beet, &c., &c. Couutry Merchants supplied with Seed m hand- some labelled papers, re .dy for retail at 36 c nts per down, or by the pound O' bushel at the owest mar fc't price. Plant rs and Market Gardeners supplied ou similar terms. , The-e Seeds are imported D13EC F from the most eminent growers is America and Europe, and may be depended qqfor4i6 fiucst crop^ with proper culture. Birds' Se?d, Books on Gardening Bird Cages, Garden Tools, F"ower Pots, &u-, &c. vf6rt 818^ LOW FOR CASH. -j f\f\ t y ACRES...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1851

STER. 5ERMM3 in Advance, Published Weekly, $4 at the End of the Year, VOL. -XVL-feO. 40. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1851. WHOLE NO. "822. THE TELEGRAPH1 1« Published every FRIDAY, Main Street, Houston, ' • •/. by FRANCIS MOORE, Jr., terms: Ba&soription for One Year, in advance, $3.00. One Boliar per Square for the first in- «aftioa,4afl futy Cents for eaoh subsequent insertion. 1toy<lNrl>« to constitute a Square. To XMhtnts and others advertising by the year, a tsasoftabto deduction from the above rates will be mate ' StMfflloat Cards and Political Comaianicatious will W charged at the same rates as Advertisements. j&.vu? on JYewspapers. 1.—Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contra tg,ju*eMmi6ni*B wishing to continue their subscription. ' -j—jf Bflfcrihen i.rder the disconf iniuince of tlieir pnper*, the subscribers ne*'ecl or refuse to tntseftfi ir paperirfoni th* o0o* to which they are directed, they are hold responsible aUUm Inn wttled their bill, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1851

•a*, r ridiQgp. Hi# cdtfi a neglficted ward. Bad been of the tehod character j and yet. so great 'oree of domestic association, that hia was fine, and his fluency of expres- eu—(Cio. de Brut., sec. 59.) If tppy talent was thus acquired with- ppy tater. oat effort, wbat might not have been accomp- lished by. well directed labor ? We have been recenfly informed that Sir Robert Peel derived htsTFuancy and eloquence from tho. manner in which tita father had trained him up from ear- lyboyhbod; fco-speak from a table, on any sub- ject suggested to him. Applause stimulated his efforts,however imperfect at first,,ujtil tho habit was acquired, which was afterwards so matured. Such an anecdote is, at least, strikingly ill > strative of the succcss which might be reasonably expected to crown " Cicero heautifufly says: "We have read the letters of Cemelia, the mother of the Gracohi. It is evident that her sans were nursed (edu- or discourse more than in her lap." "* of energy, piety, or tale...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1851

:rdr a## r; terlunatelj no lives were lost, Sro^jr three persons severely in- i I i chink? Hayes.—This accom. plisbed songstress appeared at her first con- cert io Triplet Hall, N. Y.,-on the 23d ult. The house was filled to. overflowing, and ber singing was very much admired. The fol- lowing opinions of the PreoS'wiU show how she mi esteemed: • Sim sang splendidly; her voice is inconceiva- bly ffne, and of a quality and puritry so rare and beautiful that it strikes the heart at flnce. It is. truly sympathetic. She was encored in etery thing; ber bajtads seemed to^ouch every heart, and Indeed we never kearrd so much pna.- giod" and so much feeling thrown into a simple melody before. The reading swere new, and they were beautiful as new. We could not fail to qbee*w thatshe executed the more dif- ficult passage®; with a degree of effort that gave anything but a pleasing expression to the face of the vocalist. But, we believe, even her \earmest friends have never been so injudicious as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1851

R mm* % ^^uooflSH! :> y SAKDEN, FARM ash) FLOWER seeds, ' isroatko direct it* At •**:^ggS^p3K1M" Sq""',i A CAREFULLY selected collection 6f every va- riety cf Garden. Farm "and Flower Seeds ; Bul- ~ ^ House Plant*; Oraanieu Lriety cf Garden. Farm and Flower Seeds ; Bui • Omnnii>ii ,td. r _ . . Rye. Egyptian Oats* Manjjel-Wnrtzell Sugar Beet, &c., &c- '.T . i •« geed m haud- f retail at 36 cents peT dozen, or bf tfcBjponnd or Iwishel, al the lowest mar- ks* price. Planter* and Market Gardeners supphed The^e Seeds are imported DIRECT ftom the m< t sramenterowers in America and Europe, and may be liapminicl oufor the finest crops with proper culture. Birds' Seed, 6c ok* on Gardening, Bird Cages, Ganien Tools, Fower Pots, &c., &c. wTfflf#! ' rl,AHB F05B SAIM. LOW FOR CASH. •f AA /A AC RES of choice land, part of league J. V/viVTNo. 9, east side of Colorado River, 8 miles above" Matagorda; front ou river in proportion to the whole. . Enquire of MARIA DEMPSEY, Hou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1851

; LEGRAPH 71 T5RMSr $3 in Advance, Published Weekly. $4 at the End of the Year. XVI.- -NO. 41. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1851. WHOLE NO. 823. THE TELEGRAPH Published every FRIDAY) Main Street, Houston, by FRANCIS MOORE, Jr., TtSMSi Subscription for One Year, in advance, $3.00. Advertising, One Dollar per Square for the first in- sertion} and Fifty Cents for eaoh subsequent insertion. Ton lines or less to constitute a Square, j- TtrMerchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above .rates will be made., •• Steamboat Cards and Political Commuuications will be charged at the same rates as Advertisements. £.110 on ^Yewspfipers. 1.—Subscriber* who do not give express notice to the contra .t'y, ra considered ss \Vi?liirj* to tonliihifi their Subscription. ' 2.—If stlhw'flbcf? nh!cr the discontinuance of theirpnpers, the |iribli Hsr ma; eoutiitue to seilcl litem tilt nil thai is dqe be pnid. 3.—*f subscribers nc^lidt Of fcrttse to take lli ir papers from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1851

at leas* one-fourth lighter than the ordinary modern carriage used upon the railways—and capable, moreover, of resisting without being crashed, a shock of ten times its own weight. The latter advantage, if it can bo substantiated, must constitute a most important recommenda- tion to the adoption of these care upon our rail- roads. - ■ ^ yV'x'Y The following receipts are re-printed in order to correct t few errors that occurred in*- about the prisoners being kindly treated and well fed. It may 1>8 kind treatment for Span- iards to show,hut the treatment he got while a prisoner, he thinks, could not be callod kindness, and he fared no worse than others. jS Colonel Haynes confirms in toto the state- ments perpetrated upon the bodies of the^ mas- sacred'Americans. Ho states that he himself s'niw onelof^the scalps, with portions of the brains and earbattached. and assures us that the "shameful exhibition of otherjparts of the bodies, at the Dominica coffee house at Havana, is true. v....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1851

exert all the authority and power necessary to brag the offenders to punishment. The Garote.—U is the most disgraceful kind of execution. The prisoner is made to sit in a kind of chair, with a high back to which his bead is fastened bj means of an iron clasp, which encloses his neck, and is attached to §the back by a scrcw. When the signal is given, the screw is turned a few times, which stangles tho victim, and breaks his neck. Cooking.—The ancient oooks carriod their art to tho most|whims:cal perfection. They wore able to servo up a whole pig boiled on one Bide and roasted on the other. A portrait of Mrs. Martha Washington- oopied by Mr. Thomas S. Cummings of New York, from an original picture by Gilbert Stuart, has been sent as a present to the Queen of En- gland by the artist. Her Majesty places it in her collection of historical portraits, and t'arough Lord Palmerston acknowledged the sift in a letter, accompanied with a good medal bearing ber own portrait. The Oregon emigrant ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1851

Frederick burkhardt, watchmaker aml'JBWeler, next door to the Houston House-, Main street, Houston-. oc^ ^ M* H. SHRYOCK, Auction and Commission * Merchant, Main street, next door to the Houston House. oct 2 TW. HOUSE, Wholesale, and Retail Mer- chant. Main street, Houston. oct 2 Ale and Beer for Families. 1 HE undersigned has established a Brow- ,ery in Houston for the manufacture of Ale and Ueer of the be>t quality. This Ale and Beer is far superior to that imported from the Northern Brew- eries, and is always sweet and wholesome. It will be sold by the barrel, or in kegs of a few gallons, to suit purchasers. _ wtf818 PETER GABLE. Seeds of 1851 !* * % GABDBff, FARM AND FLOWER SEEDJ, -• ieported direct by P. D. GAY, And sold under the Guarantee of being Fresh and Genuine, At 189 St. Charles Street, (Lafayette Square,) . NEW ORLEANS. A CAREFULLY selected collection of every va- riety of Gardeu, Farm and Flower Seeds ; Bul- bous Roots; Roses ; Green House Plants ; Ornamen- tal and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1851

I.' 11/ weekly. Published Advance, .-NO. 44. $4 at the End of the Tear. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1851. a? Mi • ■1 •- isg wj:?' WHOLE NO. 826 ' v ; mTj. vT*. s«® « VEfcri i-. of the United States. To the Editors of the Public Press m tito United States: " <r'-' • OertUcmen:—-In thomonthoffebraary last. "Gov. Ujhazi, late of Hungary, sent inc a procla- mation of the Hungarian leader, Louis Kossuth, > -addressed to me people of these United States, requestng to cause the same to be published, and deposit its original^ written in the Magyar language, m the archives of Congress. When this valuable document catno to my hinds, a negotiation was pending, having for its ■object the liberation tit Kossuth from the Turk- ish custody. Ting consideration induced me to consult confidentially with a number of distin- guished citizens occupying high and exalted sta- tions, whom I knew to be the truest and warqb- est .friends of the Hungarian cause and its great tatdgr; a^d findinjy-that e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1851

999 atituUMts oWri happiness and fi$ne H /May your giro4t «xample, nobls.Amerioans, be to oth- er nations th^source ipf Social virtue; yourpow- <er th«j$brroif ^ofall ty^apts—the'protaotef of the distttssedLfqd your free country ever con- tinue tof>e th^aaylum for the oppressed of all "Vxittep at TOJ.ria.ce ofbanijhment, B.roussa, Ana Minor, STw March, 1850. « LOUIS, KOSSUTH, Governor of Hungary. According to a census taken by themselves, then are 18,000 Mormons at the settlements on'Salt.Lake: v They are engaged in constructing a line of railroad to ehVmouhtains, eight mil^s long; fcr the purpose of transferring materials foptSetf gltiftt temple. .. i. fr.'t ' .7 V ' «wiii" ;i«'T .1; < ~ Qarfvinft yfany people have a con- temptible rear of ^.eing seen to'carty any bundle, however haying the absurd idea that theW-^g Boicial degradation in the act. The Ynost trifling as well as Weighty packages must be sent.to them, tno matter how. much to the inconvenience of others. This a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1851

or the Ministry. ( coafidentlybelieved in Paris that the eaid that Emile Girardin will be * member of the new Miniotry. These -Sports have caused a denine of l-2c. in the funds. -The caase o£-the resignation of the Min from Louis Nh- oral lav of May last. SFAI*—ARRIVAL OP .THE P*ISONKtt8 ANB LA rv- ^ ^ .i-' . _ T>y a parent's lip may operate upon the ymBtg'be&rt like a careless spray of water thrown upon polished steel, aitd staining .it with rust, which no aftei scouring can efface. widow of General £nna,-sad Laborde, late Span- ish Jfebnsol at Mew Orleans, had also arrived. The Qtteen pf PortugfB, [probably of Spain,] Tluwiit Trhrrrrr Railroad Disaster. A frigltffiH accident occerred on the new Rail- froad between St. Petersbtrfg and Moscow. Xlany p eraona were lulled and a large number dreaifSymanlie^^^-' FRANCE—HUMORED CHANGE IN MIN- :J^TRV—A^bEL KA$ER—PRINCE DE AT Rome. -• - BsWW< Kara of a change in the. Ministry had the (fttt to produce much depression at thfl Boune...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 November 1851

:-ixssstsaseasE&szxiseu i 1U H. SHilYOGXv AWtion mad eomjaissioQ 1*1* Merohsnt, Mala street, n«*t door to ths IfoastoaJioQie. oct 2 Wholesale and fiotail Mor- « chant, Main ute—t. Hoaeto*,. oot 2 *S Beedfl of 1851! 8AIU>S*j farm aid flower seeds, Hfoatm onto* bt -•7: •• ''7**Fa*. A gay. • ' ■; •; And told untftr towrihtflw oj hsinf^ttl and Genuine, At 13# St. Cnuuia St&ckt. (Lafayatte Square,) • NEW ORLEANS. ACARSFCLLY selected collection ®f everyva- riety of Gnrdeik* Farm and Flower Seeds ; Bal- boa* Roots; Roeeo ; Green House Plants } Ornamen- tal and Ffnit trees 5 Asparagus Roots, &c. Grass Seedo of - every dnecription 4 K>'e Bgypitan Oats, Mangel-Wurtiel, Sugar Beet, &c.,&.c. Country Merchants supplied with Seed m hand- aomelabelled papers, ready for retaft at 36 cents per doZen, or bv the pound or bushel, at the lowest mar- ket price, «ante and Market Gardeners supplied on similar terms. . , These Seeds are imported DIRECT from the most ^tnWuwit grower...

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