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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 November 1851

EGRAPH & mMp , TERHS--$3 In Advance, T ' V VOL. XVI.-NO. 48. Published Weekly. $4 at the End of the Tear. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1851. WHOLE NO. 829 * THE TELEGRAPH I* PlNhM every FRfBAY, Vain Street, Houston, BT VRAKC1S MOORE, Jr., Tim s: flafcsariytien f« One Tear, in advanoe, $3.00. JUrertisiu, (hie Dollar per 8qaare for the first in- " i, aad Pifty Cents for each subsequent insertion! ir'M j* constitute a Square. hiits aBd others advertising by the year, a deduction frem the above rates will be tiian-i i iHdf ~—: at... Cards slid Political Communications will l^#arywt aHhe same rates as Advertisements. -,£r E,aw Wfr JVewspapers. y. 1.—Salwriber* who da not jiv« npren notice to tfr^contta- n,mcomiderixim wUhingto continuetheirsuBK^TTptibo. <|.—If lubseriben order the discontinuance of their papef* the m* cAflHiue to tasd the in tilt all th«^t i« due be paw. Y—If rabwriben negtact or refuse to take tli-ir paper «wn jgM *BM to which they are directed, they nre held re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 November 1851

~rszri zsx&zzzx mgrsasgg srarawsasBgga •e chains from the Jijnbs of his country- . 'arvajal has been straggling, and the man, 1).* ;; .nere^ou or Mexican who rejoices at his reverse, is a bs|tard at heart, and a slave coin- eJ. iq b ^ t he-"$(iah.and the tetter,iin the great mirvt ofjiiatura. We have some-iiich craven par&itea,in oar midst, but-they a|*,fe w, and as much despised as such wretches ought to be. They^fwoia hl&lwen toftes in our revolution, and gloried m the.chains of a royal master. -,It is well for them they live in othaf times,' tHah tho#ft, when such patriots occasionally graced tho haltar. Buttho dayof Mexican redemption is nigh. What fhettgh the field be iost', ittr?:- All is not lost,"— Kb defenders will rally with renewed enorgy, and We Warn General Avalos to sleep on bis arms, at M&tamoros, for before he knows it, tho bolt will fall pn bis head, and scourge bim andhiamyrmydans from their hiding places. They-have bees roughly handled already—the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 November 1851

superior to those wfiich lie upon the Pacific sid*of the Sierra Nevada. There ia a belt of land running parallel With the boeaWns, the whole length of the State, nnd extending e stw«fdly for one hundred and thirty miles, which ia *eally valuable, though in*places it is barrf* and destitute of vegeta- tion, liko the land bordering the Huinbolat ri- T°K<|elh of Pyramid Lake there is an outer chain of mountains, ^tending, with, feyr breaks to Oregon!wBich is Covered mth the most luxu- riant buttCh gfaaa. This mountain range would affiWtf theHnest pasturage in the world. Weak of this range occurs a large plain, in places iwescntiag. the most singular features, ndwlMTWfn ftM destitute of all vegetation, and almost as level as a lake, and again covered grass, and delightful rivulets coursing the plains. The barren tracts of coun- ty aw'doubtless inundated,and form h^ke4: while,, aa the season advances'and the water disappears, their beds b#oM*A*Snd level as a houM flftor for GeneraUY n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 November 1851

CORN MB MMB WANTED.—The highest market price U>hs paid ill cni for Con and Feddor delivered at the Mustang Stable in thia ci')r> n frbgl 3m79B - THOMAS, fcTCO. ' J. ELIOT, ATTORNEY at law, blCttLAND CROSSING, Tkxa , is Agent for ftthe "Telegraph," in Navarre and Limestone aU«. Wife 1849. 689 E H. SHERWOOD, I AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, If** Uroftiifels, Comal Co., Texas, attend to biisiaea in the Counties of Bexar. Gillespie, l.GuadalupeJffjeltftJBMttoii,Travis aud Hays. Roaandale ■i i • : I . Cement, received per it aupply will ba'Always $ qeqr.bvflilr £ brother, Agents for the Ro6enda!e Cement Co., nov 29 wtf 727 Newark. A coi keptbr' ' INSURANCE, • l mr tub vs«7 Protection Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn Capitol Stock, - $200,000 flMlE above Company has opened an office in Gal- JL vestou, and will ismue polices tnr IwiWmg's, Mer- chandize in stores, Sbipmeuts of Cotton, Stigar, Mo- lames, fifes and all other articles of Merchaudize oil the navigable rivers of Texas, or shipmen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 December 1851

,0 fi^rV •-J 'V-'-v* in Advance. Published Weekly. $4 at the End of tbe Year. nnT— bmh HOUSTdir, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1851. WHOLE NO. 830 1* PokHshod every FRIDAY, Main Street, Hoostoity rSM^i' -=U iption /or One Tw,. in advanop, $3.00 mo i 4\lvtertialn£,dne ObTlarr per Square for the first in- sartlos,*>i .?ifttfOehtaJ«K*aeh subsequentInsertion. Ten lines or jess to constitute a Square. lb Bfr^iK^SirftStffcrfitfvertfsing by the jrear, m^uble dfdiuitiw:ftM' the-above rat©i will be. made. ■ . > , -s J; Steaoftitt Cards and Politic*! Coiiimuiiications wilt be charged at the same rates as Advertisements, V* .Y&iM&iwperti. 9 uat;gi* ,«« hirig-W contfi W -^rihiriyw con HMVthiA-*V 6^crtf)fc"bn. ' 3.—If Ntbwiibert < rde^ tiie ducon'rumMe of tbcit pftpers, the i ifWit illflf ttlfr VtifttiniiifoirifffiHr'T till stfirtmt i tWbs pMd. 3.—,'f «ut priber naftrntpr-Hfiue tr tnke th • ir pnnors from e^U <ili -tto'tHifeK 'iImTW d Meted, thisVnre he'd responsible . tiUAy kjli.^nd o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 December 1851

re- %. Spain. The accouchment of Qotea Isabella, of Spain, is daily expected. ^ Hanover. The King of Hanover has relapsed into a most dangerous condition, and at last accounts was barely alive, r™ ~ England—Submarine Telegraph—Aus- tbian Gold Mings. Tbe submarine telegraph between England and France is in successful operation. Later • accounts were received from New South Wales on the 10th inst. The advices from the gold districts were of the most flat- tering character, as regards both the quality and quantity. The daily receipts at the principal towns amounted to £'25,000. Ohio River-—Markets. w Cincinnati, Nov. 24. - The river here has fallen two feet during the last 24 hours. Flour is firm; round lots are selling at over $3 00 per barrel. Whiskey is still lowers and 400 bairottnhnve been sold at 15$ a 15| cents per gallon. All who, frequent any place of public worship, however they diSer from the doctrines there dtfivered, are expected to conduct themselves with seriousness and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 December 1851

Tsxasubt Department. [of the Secretary of the Treasu- e completed for a week. Mr. JEAil Ilia recommendation of > a aMbdifieatfon of the tariff _ j^jaevei^ te ten per cent, on eeiton manufactory j frett seven io eight miHRraa of debt, iu- indemnity, haa been ; cepimenda Kossuth to Con- gress, ana treats fully of the Spauish ques- tion. " Fresh Pickles and Preserves. OA BOXES assorted Fruits in Cans, , v A'U 50 " " Pickles in > and % gall. Jan. s„V 2l " «* Pie Fruits, 10 ** *" Jellies and Jams, 20 ;J? " Tomatto Ketchup, , fresh from the manufactory of YV. H. Davi , Boston, nnd for sale by 4ec 4 HEMKY SAMPSON. A J J&utaaifcmtt* Election.—The fatal vole for JVintferop is 64,321: for Boutwell, ^tfitfrfoT Palfrey, 28-792. 'Majority against Winthrop, 8,901 . " T&o increase of the Whig rote it 7,443, of the Democratic, 8,497; and ot the Free Soil, 1,156. s&umm list of letters DEMAINING lit the Post Office at Houston, _ X* Texas, December 1st, 1851 Ludwig, Gustav Lewcllyn, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 December 1851

os* 39 wtf CEMENT. RawMiBk fi—att. <rfM vof *r r - —•— iubbIv will be always WBROTHERt ^ Nawatk. IIUj -lUl ' 1 ,17 «*e this day received E." W. Piyter, Esq., hi to the jr firjrf- The buainesa U Jt^Ii-ttABtE BOaKft- BOOSSSLLSE 143 NASSAU ST.* trtlL jmnil, free of po<ta0, t-> "* ViieeTpt of the money mail, ut the risk of the . auttfilKDiJK1UMTAEK9- ®y ®* « J Ti. Headley.— IroUfuw., without the plates. 8 nd y School edition ■*rr££l> ti&Nfefe 'AXD CHARACTERS^ B\ Rev. j. tj 111 astro ted, toil doth, $1,00 jilte<fg. ■ f/.*n nr.r.OTifl AND CHARACTERS. By R«t./T lfl mo., without lh plate*. Sunday .School Notice JaJlaaters. 0IHS, tfou> matiWuctJirn OF the tetyw#ii Fttrrr^e! And v .. ton, Texas..-.Tho fitat quality, or latent Miiuroved Gin, j i ]LA2fB FOiii BAEiBo -i - LOW FOR CASH. I | / W w - AGUES of choice laud, part of league •i 1 UUuso.s). east side of Colorado^Rrver. 8 bv D. above 4ii ta<jnr ; f'or,ton river in proportion VJ PUT * ^, Vtite kept a*--"Alk* fc Ha^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 December 1851

life nbltf 7 IP' mmm&m rr tems-I* & mwm. Published Weekly. $4 at the End of tfcaftar. sg irTi^r-«.y ^ * .t-a ,?.•. * -.-'" HOUSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1851. WHOLE NO. ;i?9!? Mala Street ? I built on' the ashes. It is safe fbrboth purposes, and wiil produce a much finer article for those who have a sweet tooth for that'delicious treat —a.nice flavored ham.—Gurnsey. 'Jtmes. TUSOIB HOOBft fr :•***■ t . ,«■' Subscription far Oae T«hc?4 *d*aBC«,-. idrartiaiK^tefl jMlp j«cfq«a(efor the first in- ertion, aai FTrtfttwt'fof each subsequent insert ion. WtfgK by^fWra ove rates nil be tamUfeatMvwM rates as Advertisements. he charged at the • i :v* **-• < I*s*bOH TSrl efi- sn~K:-r *wev>spapeb's. tfsfsata M>#^in|^eotiUnMtflSr lubierrpttfm. S.—If .ubicribari order p mir continue to it mi tfcein tiff in that w do® w P®'fl ^ —-* "r ft nEfllwir jnp«ri from piUvktr to which they, we 3i^te<Vthgr «re held .reiponiible •Sr*f dieeua- K533 __ __ j tor* "s.—Tiwc«irt have decided h«t re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 December 1851

ccive erbocker, is the manufacture of Jndia, Rubber Shoes. The first cost to ; mauufectury ladies' India rubber shoes is abdrtt twenty-two cents per nair, and the retail fp^ice is one dollar. Thfcirsfjgst o#^ose JSrsftion's ^wear ►•|l from tbi y-tl|i|ife to jihirty tight cents per pair, and the fStail srice about Jpne tod a quarter to one- #&>. half dollar per paw. The daily ^ I ^ K „ product in the United States is about 15,000 en who hvmhvmsofammt^ qmrs.-vThe preeessby which vtheB© sboesr.are made has thus far been kept a.secret. This art is of great value and importance, and has not yet beca discovered in Europe. The profits on this buisiness will reach almost two millions of dollars in the year, and the present manu- factories cannot supply the demand. Shoes which weigh nine ounces per pair, have only loftsly jfeecWg the news of a battle ,of a cfer, and by thjRim>£you re- el very little doubt but the il will have gained a victory with thoj exigencies or the , His force...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 December 1851

taken (^IMmvn has given such information aa to leadto the hope (bat the,other mav be re- iDtared. Re also states that two white men them in making their es- cape to Pbnnalvvania. Mr. MoDermmott pro- ceeded tpColumbia on Sfcnduy morning frtr the purpose of taking mearores to arrest the man who interfered and rescued the fugitive from the hanlreftiM oftcOH [From th*N. Y. Tribune.] KLECTRO-MAGNETIC MACHINES. A third edit« , mu«h enlarged, of the Famil- . by Prof. Liebig, has adon, from which we "At as a motive" po*snir electro-magnetism, great attention ted from its *p- Acoording to the iotisr bf many persons, U'witl shortly be employed to put into motion c\ ery kind of^auohlufcy, and, among o&erthinge, it wittfce amriiedito impel the locomotive engines on raUffia^ wd this at so small a cost, that expehse will no longer be matter of considera- tion. England is to lose her superiority as a manufacturing country, inasmuch as her vast ■tore of iooals will no longer avail her as oo eco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 December 1851

.-# Kg*- Attorney andCounsellcr at Law> LIBERTY, LIBERTY CO., TEXA8, WILL prtfctiee ra the Counties of Polk, Tyler, Jcfiferson, Liberty and Harris, dec 21 ■ u ▼ALHABLE BfreKS, afcsf1 ^rtUswcD kM roW bam a* . JOHOr^. fATtOR, fcOOKSBLtSR NA8SAP BT-' THE Following Book* trill be sent by mail, free of pottage, tt any part of the United States, on the receipt of Ibe money far the Mine, whiei* may M fonrarded by mail, at the risk oftbe THbs"sACRER MOUXtiklNS. By Rev J. *. TJeadley. 1 vol. 12mo., Illartratod, foil clo h, $1,CA; gilt edges, extra, $1,- THE SACRED MOUNTAINS. By Rev. J. T. Headley.— 1 vol. 16 mon without the placet. 8-ndny School edition ffit" W * : BACKED SCENES AND CHARACTERS. By Rev. J. T. Headley.—1 vol , jj]ilo, Mlailnted, lull cloth, #1,00 gilt edg- SACRED SCENE3 AM*CHARACTERS. ByRcr J T Ileadley.—1 vol. 18 mo'., without the plates. Sunday School HfsT&fr Ot^HE PERSECUTION'S AND BATTl.ES OP THE WALDfiNSES. lly Rev. J. T. Ileadley.—1 vol. ISmo., Iilnitrated, foil c...

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

TEXAS TEKK3—$3 in Advance, Published Weekly. $4 at the End of the Year. VOL. XVL—NO. 52. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1851. WHOLE NO. 833 THE TELEGRAPH Published every FiUDAY, Main Street, Houston, BT FRANOIS MOORE, Jr., terms: Sabjeription for One Tear, in advance, $'3.00; Advertising, One MUr per Square for the first in- ertion, and Fifty Oeats for each sub-sequent insertion. T ea lines or less to constitute a Square. Te Merchants and others advertising by the year, a deduction frem tfie above rates will be . Steamboat Canfe-and Political Communications will etarfed at the same rates as Advertisements. JLriu) on •h'ewftpnpcrs. >1.—Subscribers who do not gifl express notice to the contra ue considered as wishing to continue their snliseViption. 2.—If subscriber! order the discou'inuanat! of their papers, the blither may continue to seitdilism tiU nllthnl is due be pnid. * 3.—"f subscriben neglect or roftM to take lii-.-ir papers from Wt otfirc to which tbey an d:r«cted. they nr...

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

best proof of the severity with which the Rus- sian government persecutes all the liberal tendencies showing themselves in Russia, is the fresh axrest that has takennlace in Dorpat. Among otjlwps, Profese* Osseobruggten, of the UniftraityfeMid Holskiner by Krtb, wasi arrest- ed simply because ho' corresponded with the Duchess of Lieven, in Paris, who has shown so muoh sympathy With ftofessor Kinkefi Others, also Germ£S, and Professor of the Umversity, were^rrested and taken to St Petersburg. There was, however nothing found really com- promWW theffil they were kept in prison, rand at last sent out of Russia as dangerous, liber- al^." X ^flexaiikable Incident.—During the 1st and 2d instant, there was not a single foreign arrival at New York, a circumstance has ntt dccurred before for forty years. The number of vessels in port on the 3d in- stant, numbered 22 steamers, 12*2 ships, 82 bark ,^3 brigs, and 182 schooners—being a total of 49l. . Pros Song.—Mr. Ossian E. Dodge, of Boston, v...

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

_ ,,/itluubeea found that the diameter of the Ian increases January' and then decreeaca isonable n> low1 that the fnrther any object is • llwer it appears." jmMwtfStF- m . & • apparent from July to _ . from January to Juljr. So it ii reasonable \o suppose that the •mi* nearer to as in January than it is sn July." "How much nearer is it, mother]" MAbout three millions of miles. But this is ■mail far comparison with its mean distance, which you recollect it ninety-five millions. The difference of heat, therefore, which we should experience, would be small." Kossuth is Niw york.—A dispatch to the Charleston Courier says: In New York, on Sat- urday, the 6th inst., business was almost sus- pended. The cotton market" had experienced * no change. The day was beautiful, and the reception of Kossuth was magnificent. There wereabout two hunderd thousand people in the -streets, and as the steamer Vanderbilt, withKos- suth on board, came up, salutos were fired from the shores, forts and ...

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

o Hewy E. Perkins, ~ Attorney and Counsellor at Law, LIBERTY, LIBERTY CO-, TEXAS, Witt practice in the Counties of Polk, Tyler, w Jefferson, Liberty and Harrii. dec 21 wly DATES, currants and raisins, just received and for 'salo by march 2 Groesbeeck & Co Bv Rev. J. T. Sunday School VALUABLE BOOKS, jvst published ajcd for 8alb by tV JOHir 8. TAYLOR, ROOKSBLLER AND POTI.ISHEtt, 113 NASSAU ST.' ' N j!JW lUKNt mHE folWwing Book* will be sent by mail, free of pottage, t-> X anrpart®f «>e United States, on the receipt of the muney for the same,.whieis may be forwarded by mail, at the risk ofthe THK^SAbftBD MOUNTAINS. By Rot J. T. Headley. 1 ol limo., Illustrated, full cloih, $1,00; Jilt edges, extra, 81,- "j£ ' - * - THE SACRED MOUNTAINS. By Re*. 1 T. Headley.— 1 yoI; 18 mo., without thepla'ei. Sunday School edition SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTERS. Br Rev. J. T. Head ley.—1 vol. 13mo., lilustiuteti, lull cloth, $1,00 gilt ctig- SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTERS Hjndley.—ivol. 18 mo., w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 January 1852

% in Advance, Published Weekly. $4 at the End of the Tear. VQL; XVlL~m. 1. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1852. WHOLE NO. 834 THE TELEGRAPH" PtflMM tiuj FUrOAY, Main Street, Houston BT FHAN0IS HOORE, Jr., j Ttiaj; Subscription for One Year, In advance, $3.00 idvertUinj, One Dollar per Square for the first in- *-tlen, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion, t* i line*or less to constitute a Square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a • uonable deduction from the above rates will be Bide. Steamboat Cards and Political Communications will •barged at the same rates as Advertisements. in Newspapers, i notice to the contra ikein till ail thai, it title bo jkiU. 3.—Tf labiribor* aagfect or refute to take th-ir paper* from he o(B to whfth they are directed, they are held re pon fblf ill they hav* settled their bill, and ordered tboir papers discun- I'nBod. 4.—If subscribers remove to o'.her place*, without informing tki'snbiithan, and the papo via tout to the former direc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 January 1852

of the lion could not penetrate so far. Loud speakers are seldom heard to, advantage. Bark's voice is id< to haves been a sort of loity try. which tends as much *s the formality of his discourse in .the House of Commons to sond the members to (heir dinner. Chatham's low- est whisper was distinctly heard. u His mid- dle-tones were sweet, rich, and beautifully va- ried," says a writer, describing the orator ; ''when he raises his voice to tho highest pitch, the house was oompletly filled with the volu- me of sound ; and the effect was awful, except when ho wished to cheer or animate—and then he hadspirit stirring notes which were perfec- tly irresistible. The terrible, however, was his secular power. Then the house sank beforo him ; still he was dignified, and wonderful as was his eloquence, it; was attended with this important effect, that it possessed every one with\ai conviction that there was something within him finer than bis words ; tlsat the ic.'n was greater, infinitely gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 January 1852

now is. Let as never forget, that to them ( ■MUM ,S MB -taainly indebted for the proud m- neritm'ce we this day enjoy. Though the days of the Republic were "the of oar glory"; though deeds of' devoted patriotiim and daring chivalry were then per* formed, which would have graced tire beroio pages of Greece and Rome, it cannot be denied thai she held an unenviable place amongst the ItAtiOBB of the woHd- With a sparse population, exhausted by war, it could not be otherwise. 1 cannot better eonvey to you my feelings ♦hen by adopting the sentiment so beautifully expressed by that distinguished and highly ta- lented patriot, the last Fresikent of the Repub- lic,^ upon the solemn occasion when he pro- nounced—"The Republic of Texas is no more." "The Lone Star in Texas, which ten years since aroso amidst clouds, over fieldsrof carnage and obscurity shone for aVhile, has eliminated, and following^an inscrutable destiny, has pas- sed on and become fixed forever in that glorious . constellatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 January 1852

•a* y Empty Barfels. > _. 300 MteiftSSSfeK CIDER VINEGAR. T ofifera for Bala taw for cash. - jy? HSi uftdehugned has on hand thirty barrel* of the beat CIDER VINEGAR, which he "" A. A. TtTCKER. COLEMAN'S 3* Portable Undulatory JJorn Kills. THE above Mills are well adapted to steam, wa- ter, or horse power. The ordinary gin (fearing wtH drive this Mill the proper Speed, and will grind more than any other mill now in oae> I ant prepared to furnish Mills of aH sizes, from 16 incbea to the largest Klone*. HENRY SAMPSON, Agent. ' '■ > 'Tt' • ■ —- ■ • \: • Houston and Galveston Nafigation Company. A LIMITED PARTNERSHIPbas been formed between theparties named in this notice, under an Act of the. Legislature regulating- limited partner- ships, approved May 12th, 1846, on the terms and for thepuropsea following, viz:— 1st. The Partnership iB to be known and conduct- ed as the «HOUSTON AND GALVESTON NAVIGATION COMPANY," under the name and style of" W. M. Rice," who is a resident of t...

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