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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 May 1847

SS?js - '& V-Wfclk. aS! THifIS-m$5 in advance. Published Wleekty. or 7 at the cud ot tlic ycarjiJk -.Pr, ' l"M w m glr.:.m.?P , e siwiHisi3i is is Eras WBSf ea eai isiw mw -r -., rwiMM 1 1 i . , ' - t -Dtn i'- i v k. tt- . Jsfc Jj. BYGRUGER & MOORE. DR MnpB a Tin TELEGRAPH5 A'ND1 TEXAS REGISTER: "' "M Published every Monday, Main Si.iHouslon BY CRUGER & MOOREf? TERMS. Subscription for One Year, orFilty-Two Numbers, . - -.- " S5.00 Any person who lemiKTwelve.Dollars, will be emitted tcUhree subscriptions, (in all cases to be paid in advance.) AdvertiMa". one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fiiiy cents for each subsequent insei-Uon- Ten lines or less to constitut a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deductionvfrom the above rates will be made. t Steamboat cards, Political and Personal comma nicauons will be charged at the same rates as ad vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 May 1847

"9(sir,Tj,'3l$5 . MM. 1 WM. W.j jtlM W y of the former devolved upon Lt. Col. Weath'erford ; that--of the latter upon Maj. Fry. tegmental commanders and others who have ron- dered reports, speak in general terms of the good con- duct of their officers and men, and have specified many names, but the limits of this report forbid a. recapitula- 'tion of them here. J may, however, mention Lieuts. Rucerand Campbell, of the dragoons, and Capt. Pike, Arkansas cavalry, commanding squadrons ; Lieut. Col. Field JKentucky cavalry ; Lieut Col. Roane, Arkansas cavalry, upon whom the command devolved -after tho fall of Col. Yell; "Major Bradford, Capt. Sharpe,(severe- ly wounded,) and Adjutant Griffith, Mississippi regi- Irientf Lieut. Col. Harden, 2d Indiana regiment, and ' Lieut. Robinson, A. D. C. to Gen. Lane ; Lieut. Col. "Yeatherford, 1st Illinois regiment ; Lieut. Col. Morri- bou. Mat. Trail, and Adit. Whiteside, (severely wound ed,) 2d Illinois regiment ; and Maj. Fry, 2dKentucky I iregjm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 May 1847

3 Ik A, ' v. bcloi'ed. and admired by all who had any in- tercourse with him during the brief period he exercised the duties of U. S. Charge d'affaires in Texas, and his untimely death was deplor- ed as a national calamity. Indiana had just reason to be proud of such a citizen. He sVas not only distinguished for high intellectual endowments, but what is of far greater value, for an irreproachable private character. His talents commanded the respect, and his virtues won the love and esteem of all who knew him. It was meet that the legislature of his beloved State should wish to restore his remains to the land where his virtues have shed an unfading lustre, that the memory of that great and good man may long be cherished around his tomb, and so inspire the youth of Indiana to imitate his illustrious example. The' Wacoes haverecently formed a new settlement on the clear fork of the Brazos N about 150 miles above Torrey's trading house. The difficulty between these Indians and the Caddo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 May 1847

'gBBW 'WWlJBSp5B-, rmF'Jr&-lPC' V--2T - f-svvr "--,"" o,A- I LOSTMyheadright certificatcforone third league ofLe.nd,TCo&l, dated Jan'y 18, 1633, 2nd class, issued by the Land Commissioners of the county of Liberty. If not lound within 90 days, I shall apply lora-dnplione- JNO. 'JASSIDAY. April 30, '1947. w9t593 LINSEED OIL; 4 bbls. . Alcohol, 3 Sweet Oil, 20 boxes, just received by feb 18 J. D. GROESBEECK. CLOTHING, &C. WEhave'jast received and are" now opening:, a large assortment of Clothing of all descrip- lionSj'Prints, Mouseliae de Laines, &c, which we ofieiat private -sale at Auction prices, in lots to salt purchasers. nbvU5S9 MANNING &HAMMETT. "t 71NJEGAR ; 20 DcmijobnsjWhite Wine Vme- Ysgar, for"Family use, jmn received by feb' 18 J. D. GROESBEECK. PER BRIG EMPIRE. JUST"RECEIVED at the Houston Drug Store : , 100 oz Quinine, "50 lbs caiomeU '10 doz Sand's SatsaparlUa, yC doz Brandreth Pilis, 12 doz Opodeldoc, -SOOlbsSulrhur, H doz Swain's Panacea. .ineTl W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 May 1847

'; STER. fELEGRA fcjp?r j x iSfS l .aj. ;& S.i y saHk BHiB H flfB jflH Bh oB jjSp flPft iiriwiULnii i ii. F l w f W m W fkJHS-SS advance. BY CRUDER &: MOOBE. :DEAfOCRATlC TELEGRAPH TJEXAS REGISTER, .Fuhlished every Monday, Main. St., Ilouslcn n, K 'BY CKUOrhiK & MUUKJti. TERMS. JSubseriptioa for One Year, or Fitty-Two "KSmbcff, .... $500 A"iiv Deison who iemit Twelve Dollars, will be miiled to-three subscriptions, (in all cases to be paid in advance. v i . Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, andifif fir cents for each subsequent inser tion. Ten fines oc less to constitute a square. To Merchants aria" others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from ihe above rates will'oeraaae. r ,' SteamboatVards. Polt'traland Personal comma nications will be cfcarged,at thesacae rale as ad vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office & in advanced ' ,,.,., Ajl Advrlhemeais not marked, witti the length of time deired for publication, will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 May 1847

irmir$&z0tti'?!!)vmi2 --Mp.. i l4 U v. ""A- 6 fei rfv- iik? Hf 4 6 basomiheaved boneath tho dark habiliments of death, 'whlch lay upon his quickened form. fey V sKSVith piercing cnes, He lives be lives burstjfrom .thVmourner'a bps, and on the Saviour's breasVsluf fell -&& rancvfepi. THE BRIDAL GIFT. , ARBRALTALE. Thore was merriment and rejoicing irifttib little vfl- Wlage'of Ifiey, for one of its "prettiest'niildens'waa to be ::led to The. altar, by one of its most-worthy youths. It was the season of temporary repose and of auxions hope, between the hay and com harvest, which is perhaps -one of the most interesting of the whole year. Two or threo clusters of villagers were to be seen in the church-yard, looking with happy haste "for tho bride undfbndesroom. Their smilinp faces were in harmo- jy'with the universal brightness of tho landscape which lay aroiind. Tho Thames, which is here but a little streamlet, was sparkling in the beaming sunshine '. Br reflecting the few...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 May 1847

t- subduejthe refractory spirits of those thieving miscreants, andvalthough it may bo impossi- ble tb transform them to good American citi- zens,they would ut least be compelled to re- ?pect and obepthe .officers that have been ap- i ft pointed under the new government. ' 7A Weddesg PARTr Poisoned. We learn irdm the-San Augustine Shield that seventy or eighty personsvho attended a wedding party at'tho house of3fr. Wilkinson, in Shelby . )county on the evening of the 22dult, were takenfill immediately after the wedding, and cifhtlprHen died, evidently from the effects of poison? Severahothers were not expected to live. Tlie physicians in attendance have de- clared that the poison taken by these unfortu- nate persons is arsenic There is no evi- dence adduced that the poison wasiadminister- ed designedly, nor can we believe that any human being could be found so utterlydepra- ved and baseis to attempt to destroys many innocent persons by a process so dreadful, and worthy only of a fien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 May 1847

"fcswj-wr""- t rVmimP!-' ' V. vF r b fb J t ?m? M , A J JH ' ' I M A. m z ' 'Mr-w -A r v 'WT MANNING & HAMMETT, TJGTlQNSund CommissionsGcschaeit, Hoas- JjItoSi HuseEck Laden, MaitfStrasse, Houston. :fU'??AVii.n an nMnditMwpn jrpmarilt. -"IBUUtt-S AND STATIUJNUKJK.. -jTO EATERS' Manuel, "" RSad4rs3aideV tOPrlmarj Re ader, Oiiiry's Arithmetic, Corasuck's Chemistry, 7 fry Davie's lsHessons a Algebra, , do Bbardea, do Legendre, Gould's aad A dans' Latin Grammar, Latin Reader, do,, Lessons, . " GounVfVirgii, -' do Arithmetic, Kirkamfe Grammar, -Smi ley's Geography and Atlas, Webster's spelling hook, , Olney's U.S. History, Southern Harmony, Worcester's Dictionary, a, " JComstock's Philosophy, Barker's Exe'rcises, Lincoln's Botany, t Bullim's Latin Grammar, Kendall's-Santa Fe Expedition, Dallam' Digest of the Laws ol Texa FoolS-cap and letter paper, "Blue and Black Ink, slaiea and pencils, Quills, steel yeas, &c. &c, lor sate oy jan 23 - WADE & GHUGfc-R. rxri3TAR'5 Balsam ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 May 1847

TELEGRAPH AND TE X AS REGISTER. EMOCRATIC ff":K or $7 art the eriH ! Ike -!! TElZulIS $5 in advance. Published Weekly. K it fa& BY CEUGER & MOORE. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND V TEXAS REGISTER, Published every MondayMain St., Houston 'VBY" CRUGER & MOORE. . . TEE UK' 9 . Sutecrip tionTor OneTear, or Fifty-Two Numtier, . - ; -, - $5.00 Any person who l emit? Twelve Dollars, will be entitled to three subscriptions, (in- all cases to be paid ia advance.) , Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, andvfiity cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines endless to constitute a sqnare. - To Merchants' and others advertising byfthe year, a reasonable deduction from the above, rales will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal comma nicaiions1 will be charged at the same rates asad- Tertisements. " ' Announcements of Candidatesfor office $5 In advance. All Advertisements not marked "with the ltnglh of time desired for publicalion-will be inserted until...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 May 1847

f- ' 240 cle of the treaty of twenty jiialh September, eighteon linndnd'2iBf1 Rflrpnfpnnrfirn linnrJrpH rtnllnrc For, permanent' annuity, stipulated in the fourth arti- cle "oftho treatv of seventeenth Sentember. 'eJo-litpAnl .jiuadred And eighteen, iivo hundred dollars . or blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of -tinej;rresment, stipulated in tlie lourth Article of the .treatjyjf twenty eighth February, eighteen hundred fc t andthrrty-one, eight hundred and forty dollars ; jf . ' For iron and steel, &c., for shop, two hundred and ' twenty dollars ; , """"For pay of miller, during the pleasure of the ' President, stipulated In the fourth articlo of the treaty of twenty-cighTh February, eighteen hundred and I -.TO.THE WYANDOTS. ' "For permanent annuity, hi lien of all former annui- ties, stipulated in the third articlo of the treaty of the fcejentcenlh March, eighteen hundred and forty-two, fceveutcen thousand five hundred dollars ; -'.'jtFjortjie support of a blacksmit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 May 1847

-;wSPFg." : " at &fcfQne'huridred Egyptian at 7J to 8Jd We may fuTthcr observe that the market closes fully Jd per lb. yiowerjiiinee. ,. ST19. Fair Bowled Georgia, 7i to 7 ; Mo- 'bileTtb 7 ; New Orleans, 7J to 8d. 'SufficienrStimo had not elapsed, when tho Galveston cailed'to test tho full effect of this news on the market atN. Orleans. The Bulletin of Saturday says: On.Thursday, when it arrived oyprivate express, it Jed to an actiro demand hy the parties who had re- ceived it, both oa speculation undfor shipment, and a heavy business was done, the real extent ofwhich, has aiot fully transpired. Sales that have been made pub- lic embraced uOOO bales, bat it understood, that there were other transactions to a considerable amount, per iiaps J or-iuuu ones oa-specuiauou, wnicn are not in - tended to transpire. Sales in thb early part ofthe day haps 3 or4UUU oaies oa-specuiatiou, wnicn are not m- day, but towards the close buyers were compelled to raise their figures and in many cas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 May 1847

-.-.. ---xs- " 3err-p&pt? -WPX-" - f W 4$ i to 4fc r' LAW BOOKS, &c, J. VI ail. C l.l J. Vwa f -j,.-w. . 9aica SJLjiMitALXLJS UUUUates Ul w. . Austin: and laws relative to the same. " , jLaws ol the Republic of Texas, lst.2d, yd, 4tft, f jF5th,and6tli Congress. ' efleral Laws of the Repnblic of Texas,'trans i - iatSainto Spanish by S.P. Andrews, Esq. -Evacuation of Texas byjGen. Filisola in 1836. j -fcjSRales of the Supreme and District Courts of the g '. Bepublic of Texas'. ( Jgltnles and articles for the government of the Ar- l ,' dies of the Republic of Texas. i' Blank Cardssuitable for Business and Visiting CafSs: Fletcher's Latin Grammar. Alphabetical Index toihe Laws of Texas. U HOLTSTON HOUSE. Corne&of Slain and Franklin Sts , Hous ton lexas. rpHIS welllniown Hi use having been refitted I RL and repaired.is now open lor the reception oi I earners ana travellers. I The Table will be supplied with the best the mar-1 !ket affords. The subscribers will give their pers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 May 1847

EG! STER. 40t- - TJ3,jJIS5 in advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end of the year BY CRCJGER & MOOEE. HOUSTON, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1847. VOn XII. NO.22--WHOLENO.597. DEMOC RITIC TEL EGRflPH AND IE IAS R lift I III I kkMllifir II MUM I k Jlftv 11 Nr DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday, Main Si., Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Filty-Two Number.-, .... S3.00 Any person who lemits Twelve Dollars, will be entitled to three subscriptions, (in all caes to be paid in advance.) Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rales will be made. Steamboat cards, Poli'ialand Personal commu- nications will be charged at the same rates as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance. All Advertisements not marked wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 May 1847

244 ning a continued fire upon us. Upon the retreat of the cucinv, Capt. Mooro led off rapidly inpursuit, accom panied by the dragoons, mounted on, horses,' and wasfl followed, tnougn slowly, ny tno oiners.oninciruirea males ; the enemy well mounted, and among the beit horsemen mlhe world, after retreating about half a mile, aud seeing an interval between Capt. Mooro with his advance, and the dragoons coming to his support, rallied their wholo force, charged with their lances, and on ac- j count of their greatly superior numbers, fant few of us in front remained untouched ; for five minutes they ' held the ground from us, wheit our men coming op, we again drove them, aud they fled from tho field, not to return to it, which we occupied1 aud encamped upon. . A most melancholy duty now remains for me ; it is to report the death of my aid-de-camp, Capt- Johnson, who was shotdcad at the commencement ot the action, of Capt. Moore, who was lanced just previous to the final retreat of the e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 May 1847

' ft4 "MciSpiAi l v - We, to revenge himself for the injuries they had inflicted upon him and his friends. He has made a fearful atonement for this horrid crime : but vc fear others may he implicated, and the bloody feuds of the Regulators and Moderators mav be renewed. We learn that the steamers Sabine and Del Norte, which recently sailed from Galveston to the Rio Grande, are intended to ply between Matamoros and Reynoso for private individu als. 1 be trade ai Matamoros uas oeen lor several months so dull, that many of the mer- chants are preparing to transport a portion of their goods to Reynosa and the towns above. The Mexicans, however, in all sections of the country appear to be very unwilling to trade to any extent. Lieut. Hunter, who lately captured Alva- rado Avith the little steamer Scourge, mount- ing but one heavy gun, has been tried by a naval courtmartial, and dismissed from the ser- vice because he ventured to capture the town when he was only ordered to blockade the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 May 1847

& AW&of the 1st Legislature of the State of Tex- as, published by Ford & Cronican, runnc Printers,. Price $1.50, for sale by Nov 1st SAMPSON & CO. CIDER VINEGAR 10 bbls.,i a prime article, for sale by may 19 WADE & CRUGF.R. FOUR Tierces Canvassed' Hams, 16 barrels " 2 hhds shoulders, 4 half bbls buckwheat Flour, 3 qi bbls buckwheat Flour. 6 boxes do do 10 kegs butter, 2 chests youog hyson ten, "" 5 eights pipe superior cogniac brandy, 1 qrcask v " 1 pipe Rochalla brandy, 4 boxes Tobacco, Just received and lor sale low hy jan 14 MANNING & HAMMETT. ' PAlN'ilS AND OILS. -1 f BBLS. Linseed Oil, 100 kegs white Lead, JL vper brig Damascus, just received and foi sale by oct21 ROBERTS & C(1. DRUGS AMD MEDICINES. OAA OUNCES Quinine OUUldfl lbs. Amer. Calomel, ' 125 ' powd Rhubarb, 150 lbs. Eng. Calomel, J00 " Gum Camphor, 3 bbls. Epsum Salts, B0 lbs. powd. jJalap, 50 lbs. Ipecac, &c. &c. A lull assortment of all articles required in this climate by Physici...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 June 1847

''&$iijik&i "Y mr&)&wv fPRC : 1 . If i: mnvKvsuwstt n n ' TTT-Ca aa "f ?iES--$5 ss adraacc. or $7 t the end of 15ie yeaa Published Weekly. iscigss m & essvs s v n raiisS if H Rfiraf ft?PB ... u, ,.,,.,. n .. , ....m.-..., ....,,,. ,.J..i.r...griL5 mmaji.a..T. -- . . w 1 A n BY CRUGEK & MOOEE. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND r TEXAS REGISTER, Publifhtd ererv Monday. Main St.. Houston , 'BY CRUGER & MOORE. H TEEMS. Subscriptionifoc'jOncTear, or Fifty-Two Number.-, -- -f " - - 5.00 Any petson who femit Twelve Dollars, will be en'iiled to.thtee subscriptions, (in all cases to be paidn advance.) - Advertising, one dollarsper square for the first inseni6n,.and fifty cents fdreach'subsrquent inser- tion. " Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made.,. "' Steamboat cards, Political and Personal cotnmu nications-will be charged at the same rates as ad- vertisements. 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 June 1847

s-c.-yp'-s" 48 TTto nrfliror ro r tHrtf o e oil frnnri tmmc arc, and when he said 'Amen,' there was a calm, as complete and grateful as that which v 'rested on "Galilee's waters, when the Lord said, 'Peace, be still.' I need not say, that dispute was settled, and never alluded to after- ward. A week or ten days had passed, and all was quiet in the old kitchen, wnen one day Uncle Jacob, came 4into the'housc, and as he entered the door, the sound of angry voices struck upon his ear. 'They arc at it again, husband,' said Aunt Betsy, as she saw him enter. 'Let us pray, saidlUncle Jacob. They all understood it now, and felt the severe rebuke. Again the storm was hushed to rest, and a sacredjear pervaded that circle, which lasted many days. A month or two had passed, and the. boys were one day in the field with their father at work. Something went wrong, and a severe dispute arose. The,,old man bore it as long as he could, and stopping, 'Boys,' says he, 'boysflet us pray.' He did pray, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 June 1847

-sw -r r-? 3 4f TSR-lfe serf the association at the'very moment when there is danger that thircontract will be for- feited by their delinquency. ' Mohmoxs. The Mormons who settled about a year since, in the vicinity of Austin, prove to be remarkably enterprising and in- dustrious. They have erected an excellent grist mill, and supply the whole county with meal. A number of them have removed to Predericksburg, and are preparing to erect another mill at that place. They have also fenced a large tract of land, and have about 200 acres of land under cultivation near Fred ericksburg. They are so quiet and peaceful in their -deportment towards the settlers that the predjudices which were at first created against them, seem to l)e entirely removed. A new road has recently been opened from Austin to Fredericksburg. The distance be- tween these two places by this route is only seventy miles. The distance fromNew Braun- fels, or San Antonio, to Fredericksburg is a- ijout seventy miles; It may...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 June 1847

j-'n i .'jiiwrn y 250 HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. Corrected -weekly, BY J. D. GROESBEECK. ARTICLES. Fr'm To Ale, perbbl. : : 9 ,12 5 Bagging, Kentucky, per yard, " - Manilla, Bale Rope, Kentucky, per lb., Manilla, : c Bricks, per 3V1., v, : Beeswax, yellow, per lb., Colton, Inferior, per lb., ' Ordinary, i . Middling. V . Good Middling, " Middling Fair, Fair, ' Corn, shelled, per bushel, ' ear, per bbl., ; Coffee, Rio, per lb., : " Java " : Candles, sperm, per lb., " adamantine, "' sterine,' : " .tallow, Cider,per bbl., Domestic Goods, per yard. 11 8.00 23 8 84 9 91 10 55 60 8 12 33 30 25 9 8.00 810.00 Brown shirtings, 3 4a7 8 8 9 11 13 15 13 16 16 17 50 80 20 60 30 20 69 50 9 00 1.75 15 11 81.25 3 50 2. 1.25 6 00 25 20 6 50 5 50 275 3 25 3.50 3 75 4 00 6 7 7 7 7 3 50 $ ' sheetings, 4-4 a 5 4, Bleached shirtings, 3 4 a 7 8, 9 11 Sheetings, 4 4, Brown Lowell Osnaburgs, Tickings, 3-4 a 4-4, ' Stripes and Checks. Denims, : : Cotton:ides, : SattinHts. : Calico Print?, : Jeans' Kentucky, a; ...

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