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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 April 1852

w?m ' M ■ ■■ "w'-M-■;•?■'.■ ^5®i? Weekly. r-H'j, w: >.p3hp* SB I . iff «Mt *C*«7 >.' - • :c $3. FRIDAY, APRIL 23, WHOLE NO. 850 -• ?v-' > -•*<** i , $1.00 the first in t Insertion by the year, a e rates will be feet* •* JYeuftpnptrs. \ iabMriban wfco do aot «i*« «oiIe« to tfce «aotm W m wnriitm-t ill wbhinf to •ontina* their (nMription. «L—It ■■tu'lili^n lift"" diicon'inuMice «f tb*ir puiCM, th« l l*si hi I t« nnii '*1— -"« >«« «*«► ■« Mid. itr* ,22« ■r* diwetad, that an held rwpon.ibU ud ordered their paper* dueon- .m M*L.. Mr. Barnard, Embassador of the United is gone to Naples, where be tw<* or three months; during b|S r. fa)', First Secretary of the American Embassy, will take the functions of Charge d'Affairea. £r . i m The examd|of the Crystal Palace is about to be followedoy Silesia, where rhere"i#ftoo& to be an exhibition of Silesian manufactures under a glass roof. This is much inofeSij^ propriate than its projector? have apprehende probably, for the w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 April 1852

having, besides. five , mounted soldiers divided in eight corn- He marched a far as los Adays with- ^"tion'on the part of the French, tly in their garriapas of Cauda- itooe. - JB 1 : ># viog 'tween notified of " red,m royal sched- ot KTtomiriit any acts of ttie^ Froneh, as soon the us strotftd have been recovered ; va alias bostili The Marquis reestablished -presumed that they mi\y be better than the a ftP 3 iiiiwj on/1 wtKmAil th a — '—-*- ■ • - ■- ■ A JfcirA • sris of A days and formed the above mentioned garrison of Nutstra Scnora del Pilar, situated seven ld%ues fliis side from Natchi- too^Ott thMiW^i""'! jjjlpMiiliti, besi- t€ f and.tbr^ na^ed TV - iicb givos " on its find seven- direction from am the ^French garrison from Caudadaehos. which ^.Mta^ishe^anoth er garrison of . under tlm name of Nuestra efco, and situated in the came bli the French, formerly .introduced By iio8ert Cavalier, had their settlements. . The Marquis congregated apother mission of Indi- *er the protec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 April 1852

JL Aorii fii'now knowft that stein favor ofb I « mm WgFzi lotion* favorable the *T. -s. 4mm— t French repo hitherto, nof ions indite fa "mm' m # HPs-*-a*gp? " **>4 stand- \VHY - VfCAYtrSfc; OFFICE, #. Friday Evening, April 16, 1852... C0TT0*9—'The demand has be^n active and •Itheugh freights have advanced and exchanges fadingth^salejs up tothia jnorning embrace '* ^ ' at fall prices for even running ; and apwards. while the been selling at irregular .prises. _ To-day ?h«i advfceaby the America, the steamer of the 3d, being considered more m bad been anticipated hare given niarket and" the sales if I thai the Si v 1# fire oc- Me., on the SOih ult.— ive block ill Middle street ired. The iota is heavy, " has.not been ascertain* between Washington city _ i i«, about. jive hundred miles, can fee traveled in twenty-five hours. CoaLin North Carolina.—Prof. Emnuns, Itate Geologist of North Carolina, in a Imrr >«• the Governor, expresses the fullest confi- Exhaustible Feoal in tbit Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 April 1852

I 100,000 SAVED JpIRE in iltonkew at Law, REVIEW (I BLACKWOOD'S MAOAZINE. Important Redoctioa in the Rates of Postage! PREMIUMS TO JfKtr SUBSCRIBERS 11 LSOXABD SCOTT * CO., no. 54 oolo st., «w yobk, Continue to publish the following British Periodicals, THE 103*01 quijrSSf ^ - J TK BMKBURflB REVIEW THE SORTS BRITISH REVIEW {frwr'lwrah.v WEE WMTMIMSTRR R8¥l£W (Liberal,) *(■■}& V: -Ti S-... A« r- :• BUCEWOOr* q«E8PR«IMIg*BTB (Tory,) ' i distinguished by the po- , yet bat a small portior i is demoted to political subjects. It U raster which fives them their chie. t they, stand confessedly fir above all ! their class. Blackwood, still andei se of Christopher Noii%, main- tain* its ancient celebrity, and is, at this time, unusu- ally attractive, from the serial works of Bnlwef an? other lilerary notables; written for Great Britiad ant* in tit# United States. Such works as "The Cartons' and "My New Novel" (both by BulwerJ^'My Pe t> insular Medal," "The Green IInod," and other se- r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 April 1852

wtp-". WmP HKRO *> ■--.«* : .7 *\. - 1 ./:/«, ifiMvance, Published weekly. $4 at t&e End HOUSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1852. WHOLE yc tliat forty vessels went ashore,1 Bachelor, reader will you allow us to ask arid that a greatnumber are Wrecked between whether there is a maid or matron on whom tbja and th^ rock. you could rely for a similar service, in case of * - a steamer arrived from eastward this morn * * M # fis&ttription for. One tear, > Advertisim, One DMlar per Square d Fifty Cents for each sabse less to constitute a Square sots and others advertising by the year, a from the above rates will he $3.00. first in- isertioni ing countedjfourteen vessels on shore between this and Carthagena. The storm was very vio-. •lent from the southeast, and no doubt we will hear of many disasters. THB DESIRE TO BE RICH. The desire to be rich is a natural one in the present state of society—for money now-adays, unfortunately) is the accredited sesame to all doors, and nearly all h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 April 1852

•: JSM ■:" 1 tfi" Jl. 1 ■ - f■ if r>- - \ - -1 * ^{•arrangement as. early as Pr<'-'5" ^ H ws understand this reservation, the Commissioner can only issue patents, 1st. To the'bighly Jivored colonists. 2d. Totlbe hardly acalt by contractors. /, 8<L To those who made'locations within roof, designated in the several con- rlled; Ibereto.by a court of 'on. «§; - v. . ■..% .h aiftmmenso district otv L, _.JB| . , ^ ' " ture shall otherwise brother, or sister has been buried, but ere the t"•;#«<- i ; - train is oat of sight, the corpse is disinterred fWBlhMrfrt .• by the prowling wolf or the savage Indian—^e bones to bleach upon the great American Desert. Although I am a hardened sinner, yet when I saw the ?cene asjuBt described, I could not refrain from shedding tears, and feeling myself mOrd" submissive to that, mighty' and powerful God who rules the universe." e UtigaWen between contracted, and the 1500 it leases the r an antagonistic position to '• V _ ' ... . reme Court and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 April 1852

- 3lt ^.:r-c- soq « Am "I When he co denSe v No; "net that." Uueper- You wrong my *n a husky BOB rflu s tween tfre parents of ring the remainder r keenly distressed then;1|i-rt(Kt- .^eHwh.tthe th. 1" asked his wife, lied the Colond. "I _the &wer of ie direction ofthe study. It mnv iatli&s got ill there : but I will _ myself,^ said Mrs. H., . _ght itwas outside." onel bad heard more, or understood i his wife. At all events he.had no —his allusion to them having void alarming her. Heremein- Sas ml sum of money in" his ed a robbci rapid movement the Colonel held the lamp to the key bole. The point of tbekey was visible.. The door was locked from the in- wkk -jji-: " ' '•Leave me," commanded the Colonel, turning *0 tho waiter. Then placing his mouth near the door, he sai% "Morgan! ! am alone—let me in. It is yonr father that speaks!" , At that moment, a short concussion, like the repor of a pistol, sounded within the room. The some heavy body fell to the floor. The Colonel stagg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 April 1852

m akc' w -• fi * ' * •nre* ?:• x r£p--^ . -' *N t Beductioa in the Rates o L'.'Je-., till & Horto: Camerokt-Ni *' wtf ?3!> HOR.TON V ounty, Texas PREMIUMS TO Wt:lF SUBSCBIBSRS '■ t jLBOSACS SCOTT & CO., fgJHOt 54 GOLD £T., NEW YORK, ^fpbtiisb tbo following Biii'wh Periodicals, )8 QO* tpp> J8H Alth Jkicals of their i their Vail] REVIEW (Conserva 4 tV ' (Pree-GfcarcbO . (Liberal,) 'MAGAZINE (Tfory,) its are dieliugui hed by the po ' ited, yet bat a email portior ed to political subjects. It i - which gives them thoir cM*. lly.farahove ali I .nndei 3 of Christopher ^ North, oxain- « celebrity, and is. at this time.unnsn- , s, from the serial works of Buiwer anP ■ notables, writteu (VrUwat Britian ant* I States, Such worksas "The Caxtoue' lw'Novel" (bolli by Dul .ver), '"My Pe edal," ."'lire Gr<?*in Hand," and oth^se- humoroos rival editions aft iasticdMiy bliahere iu this country, have-to he rt- ~~ ishers from, the pao-ea of ' 1 hose publish}—-75i. \erii hat hseti issu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 May 1852

A' iWi,'- iW-.U T. nAi "•".'{.I! "I'H 1 fsfi Published weekly. $4 at tne End-of the Year yi:-. gjjpsfej masmsBtf M *NQ& '■tUvpm km mx??s'!iS'. a ilUJil 'J ,' J I'.* Mais Street., ■ft i '> "Mi "ifti' i j. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1852. Psblish&d every FMIWT, «W&«i i^mstaaf "v ^v}« 'j?#!! .^sWk $sl i. ^||;2 U6 . & -iff ■MSI:#*:M'IMi*: life." from the sMfrti <«*'* i ^IftftolkreKl Communieatlen* will Mtainerates as AdvertUamtnti. •-* ^ : .iwwfi ' ** -i&*t «&* bat V<h e I W Mile HWiitif 4&fcu^ -Very4 Ifcitr " IfoHopfbg V ,«B -vNn:. - 4 4 ¥***? WIU,. nearthe town of Sa - -*•- 1r 0*ate.,pf Mississippi, thei;e ; at #io distant date/ one Mick .Shouier, whose hunting an J preaching adventures be- came famous in all the land. Besides being great bpar hunter, and hard to beai at reaching, Mick professed to be " considera- ble " of a fighter, and in a regular knock- do^-and-drag-out row, was* hard to beat, i li order that tfcb- wofld may -not remain in datkne«...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 May 1852

* ' m m hfl§ intention oitfcturning. " - 'V foV *Mi I ■ m The sale of the library of the late King Philippe, is now going on in Paris ; it ia " ft is par- Wholesale thefiimdus romance copy: rflxteting,; and for upwards often 'j ~* •••• >•> - I fnrat of their tfc lias hitherto p Poroare, and she in ted one of her Jims to "be Vice-Regent r ofrRaiatea. Before the atrival of son, the nativesof-tltat Islam! and of e neighborhood islands, held a coun- and elected a ruler for a term of two ynajs, and declared the several islands in confederacy te constitute a "Republica." The Chief Mag- istrate elected is a half white, and is represen- ted as a very capable man. The "fiepublica" party, as the natives term it, is very strong, and little doabt exists but that the change of Government will be permanent, as the French officials at Tahiti are indifferent in the matter, Slligent foreigners say that it is quite likely that the new form of Government will extend ] toother neighboring islands...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 May 1852

ury Uoted 3rest which st eminent atid r_ar the benefit of ecta- jr population; and fve the wty for confinon srican Sunday School li«n which* is en. :h school# among the Mild receive from our citizen* a liberal ■ufytf—^Galveston Newt. 9l9'v*' _ ipound will 'no doubt of its £.'9f ASSIE. M. D. ;.V : ! . i . ' ■ i \ :• .. Hot'sfox House, May. 3d. 1853. I have made, within the past ten days, ten different trials to test the efficacy of Mr. S. Crane's Patent Compound Soap; and can state with pleasure and truth, that it confaius nothing injurious to the Clothes, and the ex- pense is no more than the ordinary soap, and the clothe? will last much longer, as the rub. bfag is dispensed with. I am also satisfied that two-thirds of the Jabor is saved by using this Compound-41^ Wt&liiiifcirt. it to the geneiy use . of atl ^fersong having fafaUies. desire that | Hereafler, I shall we it mjqeif in all cases Respectfully, . ; ^ g£ ISAAC THAYER, Proprietor Klein & Clark's ADVERTISEMENTS. ♦ * ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 May 1852

1st .4/ Jtt AllCC -v> as determined to sell, on Toes- ■ next,a limited nuai" The lot* | tifutty situated immedwlel, t>mond. Fort Bend county. well adapted Car cultivation, being djition. Indeed, it is now ragtced tuere is now ua point from Wash- Brazos River, so clear, of both sides as this place. "TfitB faftt, in iiat r- with the survey <?f the ,U i already made, renders it highly s determined upou by the company IMe point for the firmrin^ ^ or SitE.—One-third cash ; one-thir3 in %1m months, and tfce-balance in eighteen months.— ■ good penwoal securi- eat Biscuit Factory, foot of iarf, Galveston. loa^door in Richmond, on the i A. Mi A-WB&k&S&ii JOHN P. BORDEN, kgmt and Attorney in fact for Thos. H. Borden. April 13th. w2t CEMENT. O/\Rqaendule Cement, &\*yjMttford. A constant supply kept by GEO. BUTLER A- BR nov 39 wt received per will be alwava BUTLER H BROTHER, ' ntfc for the RoseudaleCemeut Co., 727 „ Newark. T •* . v-s5y^"^TT.u-:jcy" i/r*'-4 til inventio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 May 1852

% S \A^Ci(-y£ -*-/ • C •.-•'.. I- -tei'V.- :«£e. u b lishe d* We e k ly. $4 at tne End of the HOUSTON, FRIDAY, % " ; 14, 1852. ba^ become less frequent: trod need, druQ and, the people more sober. We have no st&t'is- . ...^ _ .. " ' •&■>••- ;****, 1 " t"J *fr' gJS^UtvW'! $3.00 for the first in- _ usertion i§' rStkm others advertising by the ye^ir, a l from the above rates will be Hearten* tios to prove or disprove this statement, but it be justly assumed to be true. la the reign of gCharles. II., coffee houses Were abut op in London by proclamation, in which it wa8 stated; "the retailing of coffee nourished sedition, spread lies, soandalised great men, and might be considered a common nni-, sance.V This arbitrary act occasioned violent' disturbances, and permission was giv.en to open the coffee houses again, but the landlords were tical Comma wtttgrgedat thpsameratea as Adve ;w*itMtm* 0n Jtfcu&frapers. f 14?iSfiS3Wa i&iodo liirtgire express notice to the eontta1 r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 May 1852

A VIRGINIAN'S OPINION OP WESTERN TEXAS The following article we take from the Staunton (Va.) Spectator, to whlth paperit was communicated By its author, now a resi- dent of ifc* beautiful town of Scguin, but recently from Augusta county, Ya. 1 landed at Indianola, a flourishing town on the Gulf, or rather on one of its bays.— Prom that place I travelled up the Gaucfa- lape valley, through the flourishing Tillages of Victoria and Gonzales, to this place.— From tho Gulf, for-twenty.frvo miles above Regain, to the right and left throughout Western Texas,.ibe land generally, is of the i*a£ quality. - The river bottoms, heav- ily Umbered, with walnut, elm, oak, hackber- ry, &o. The timbered portion of the up- iand^nsquit, live and post-oak*; nsed for flrfr^rood, Causing, &c. No good timber for building purposes west of the Colorado river. Lumber scarce and very high. This I consi- der the greatest objection, and the only seri- vub one, to Western Texas. Jhe want of water in'the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 May 1852

m oat I ■ •it**- Wsm ^ /'wtpsefc bnt-fittle ftp view, their faults with- we must accustom ourselves to iHd topcroelve that indulgence rhich frail humanity has a right to jjolJj ^ ice, to tthemtotheprin- r a no mane and soft morality, than a i knowledge of the bamaa heart. Ao- V the wisest men have always been the Set "n"ifOU8—I should think not more than a fourth of the previous night. On the third night I could nei discover one, but anxious to ascertain whether the house was quite fclear of them, I examined the peel*after I bad laid it down about half an j&tor, and perceived that it was covered With myriads of minute cockroaches about the ewepf aflea. J therefore allowed the peel to lietnt moraine, and froiB that nioment I have not seett a cockroach lb the hoilse. tt is a vovy old building; and I am certain tbal the above remedy only requires to be persevered in for three or four sights; to completely eradicate the pest. Of course, it should be fresh cucumber tsJa&Uilder. l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 May 1852

j*&ba Hare Chauce. - ttetf'has deterrnihetfto self, on Tues- day, the 4thrfttoy fljext, a limited number of Out Lots back of RioMapwL TJt® lot? contain 4 1-90 res, and a ^e%utifuny situated ijnniediately WesJ of tfiY"4Q«a & ffyjhtnJrd.'Fort'Vend county. The groinif Is nch atllf^fell adapted for cultivatiou, being autifeljffreo'Sttuu'aditfoti. Indeed, it is now reduced to a «e"jtalntv, that there is now uo point from Wash- higtftQ^o Ve.IaSao outbo Brazos liiver, s6 clear of iveraawS&J Voth sides a8 this place. This fact, in Wnneciltfn wijh the survey of tha Harrieburg Rail- road, asahttady made, renders it highly probable that it will' be determined upon by the company as the moat eligible point for the crossing. Tbrmb of Sals.—One-third cash ; One-third in nitio meulhaj ajid. the baluuceiu eighteen months.— The pnrchaserlo give note with good personal securi- ty for final payment. : ' '' Plan of the lota can be seen at the Clerk's Office in Richmond, or.at the Meat Biscu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 June 1852

•^L ''i'^, 1 ta. Advance, * „ -V $PP :C*-JU£*S1'- ■"> :' ■''" Published Weekly. $4 at tne End of the Year. =#= 59= HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1852. WHOLE NO. 859 HJGHf. GEMS OF a cw} a> :*fWjrFito*VHito Strict, Houston, *T ..' ,. BOOM, ftr ' • TK1HI i fofrOiie tear, in advance, • $3.00 _ j IHjKtr perSqinre for the first ia- ifCents for each subsequent insertion, tor less to constitute a Square. i Merchants and others advertising by the year, a •WMUlibh ^Wuctioofrom the-; above rates will be s^ndPeiitieal Communications will f«tea as Advertisements* •men REMEDY. 'S"'' SAR SAP A RILLA. JT to pat op ia fall and contain! the atiangth of six tikis as much par* Honduras 8 rt«p - xiUa uu>; similar pnparat k>n in America. Price, on* ? dollar per bo«fl«, or rtx bottle* for fire dollar*. . It haa been a well established faet, for years pant, that **VMafatflla, when punr and properly prepared, waa the only true panacea for all diseases originating from an Mate of the blood, the use ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 June 1852

•J" pi. ,'fr S to tbB whom she then to Pari para ted walove fe? •at1.. . .eve^ibii_ common affection, of hoc family griefs, and I console hee by describing^-ita ie who were deprived 'iff'-jHsht. ribe th e pious wveetness #ben Bhe bea^ogfctme: i _ e of her country, to initiate her in- ches of our literature, which were hid- b«r b# tho:J^;<lfc;dacation of lier "boYrii at Cries, and lor fifteen of. en old ■ and ugly man, >wed, first to Algiers, and where she opened- a httle shop, comparable personal beauty led see andVdnrirc her. Faith- Rosette B. withstood all the ! of opulence, and gave repeated proofs ."^iKat gbld i| not always an irresistible power, then presented to her." Whether the ? husband of Rosette had deceased, or was still hiving-WW* her, is not stated. It is presumed .that the former was the ease,-as there appears " to have been no impediment to her "pure and chaste''love for M. A rago, who proceeds to say.: "In a shorC time Rosette spoke easily 'the lan- guage of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 June 1852

s*. tan 'nR Fair, nominal town; nominal none V? i i ; lv*< *re e command lists, quotations little quote: ~-a Inferior, Ordinary, Low Middlings $ Middling, 8§a9 {GoodJFair, Ironr tfca Givilan. &- -,,W.. ,£ . ,WHIG,qQ^V£NTig^T. ^ , Oar Ji$fci«e8 from the Convention at Baltimore «• to The Convention adopted a platform, embra- from Gen. no Radges; "but that if sapjidrt the constitution. , a Presidential nominee then ebntiiined until the Convention' Sttittrday until yesterday morning, without a choice. < The following is the resolt, as far aa e white of their awl well did telion that day, for theariuin||ot our .cause, and old England in sorrow lqatikld a lesson that this, was Freedom's soil, and affr eight years of bloddshed and ifttrder, was eompdled to how I the Lyon's head to the young buckskin at York- jaafcLl r-a3,j. . <.& *.u -■ V ' i*vi •>„ ■ OTICE.—Purchasers of Prop&ty at Ihe Admin- istrator's Sale of the estate of A. M. Berry, dec'd, ' "are hereby nttfif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 June 1852

V Vl* ilMMnfS PRIVATE l&M&v-'t- Mm . , Str4et& Miou $<m* j^.#' ••■ ;-iv.^r. s,: ^A' KLEIN * CLARK T> BSPBrtWJltY inritothe attention -of Citvaad Country AV friaad* ta*heM Stew a«* Beautiful ~ *> PPRIXO A8DJ5U3 Of IV+^UH, M.o*t Fa and. Beautiful •'" *r « Sel _ oflfer tdfA* , buii 8M, hop« to receive a libera their stock consists of tfee foiioi «1« .«are in the Northern Mfcrkcts. ee and close i ofpa'ronage. rhichthey St^Suh, anj by low price* aad close attention to " . part of of tvery variety end quality, ull assortment of Plftin ;. Tsffety and Bfi.ua Ribbon*; Gap tmdTlfeuaat do:; Belt arid Stch do.; Blcck and <*olofed,Silk do.-Velvet do. . .7"' '/ « Dr««e*5tiJ^lUiekItaUar.Dre! Silts; PlAin, Change- able end Fancy Bil&i; Plain and Fuiicy Ba.egcs and Tissues; Printed and Embroidered Miulios, &e. ftSSSffifiSS hani'—French, English anil Amer- ican Hints aud Calicoes orevery style ; Drew Trimmiugs of all kinds,; Braids, Fringes nud Gimps ; Blond Trimming ;...

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