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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 17 January 1852

OCR INDEPENDENCE AND LIBERTY WOULD NVVEK, HAVE BEEN ACHIEVED WITHOUT U3I0N, TIIEY NEVER CAN BE MAINTAINED." Marshall, Harrison County. Texas. Saturday, January 17, 1852. EDITORS AND S— JL flfe* 9| THE STAE SUTE PATRIOT, ONLY TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, W1THERSPOON & CO.. Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars ¡rer annum in advance, Three dollars rif paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol- lars at the encl of the volume. Single copies, 10#. AnvBRTisiUe.—Oiie dollar per square of ten lines, «or \eáa, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each «abaequentinseTtíon/ífpaid in advance; if not,fiftyper cent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the ■above-rate3 wi^l be jnade. Political, personal and business communication promotive of indi vidual interests, wilt be charged the game as advertisements; and these, together with all 'publications required bylaw, if not paid forin advance, mast be assumed by some responsible person ...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 17 January 1852

mm THE STAR STATE PATRIOT THE PATRIOT. t lot of liberty, of alt good government, of peace Mttri **4 happiness, mast inevitably, foitow a dissolution ^f ibo Union." EDITEDTY WITHERSPOON & CO. Marshall, Texas January 17* 1852. r. . MT Messrs. S. D. Wood and J. W. Wheatok will ' actas Agents in procuring subscribe ra for the Pa- JCT Any one who will send as five cash paying ^QbsgribeK, shall be entitled to a copy of oar paper i-r-gmHt. RELIGIOI'S. -'Services in the Methodist church, in this place, aest Sabbath, at 11 o clock, a. m. Dedication fl^rfnon by Rev. Dr. Baker, of Jefferson. The tavern bell will be rung. A. H. Jan, 14, *52. " ' Wé call the attention of our readers to the New Advertisements in todays paper. Henry Clay has resigned his seat in the Senate, on account of ill-health. OCT The next session ot the Masonic Female Institute, will commence on the first Monday in Februaiy. Oar Members to the Legislature. : We hare, from time to time, through the pa- pers at Austin, as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 17 January 1852

*5 THE ST A ft STATE PATRIOT. i4m Ift W ADVERTISEMENT S. -V NOTICE. n. HAVING thoroughly repaired my W^RE-HOUSE, I am now prepared to receive and store Cotton ojr Merchandise at the cheapest rates. Tshall give the business my personal attention and obligate myself to keep all in good order. Cotton . stored from wagons on receipt. Special attention given to the drying of all wet co'ton. I shall keep ¡9 attendance a sufficiency of hands to 'sto.e fraighi or cotton without delay and to despatch wagons in baste. .--Thankful for past favors I hope by strict attention to bnsines to merit a continuance of the . patronage of my friends aud the public generally. N. B. PERRY. Port Caddo Dec. 21, 185l.-6m-n32. CHIRLES BYRN , manufacturer of COPPER, SHEET IRON AND TIN WARE. DKAtKE IN Stores, tírate , Grate Bars, &c. * No. 4G ^Tchoupitoulas Street, new oklean*. Has constantly f>n hand a complete assortment oí Tin and Copper Ware, Stoves, and Stove Pipe, etc., Steamboat, plantation and Plu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 17 January 1852

agr SÜBS^1' THE S TA R STATE PATRIOT. <Fk O F IE S S JO NAL CARDS. ELBERT1 A. SMITH, Notary l ublic, Harrison ¿county, Texas. Jan. 4,1849. f42lv R. POAG, Attorney at Law, Carthage, Pa-1 nofa county, Texas. mm v¡%": 8. M AH ON 5, Attorney $ Counsellor at Late, €r « Marshall, Texas. Dec. 15, '49. [n37lv ILMAM A. HILL, Attorney at Law, Mar- shall v Texas. n47ft IX>U6H & LANE, Attorneys at Law, Marshall March 26,1847. n9tf CATER, Notary Public, Office at th ' Connty Clerk's office. TOWN P. WILLIAMS, Attorney at Law, Ma shall, Harrison county, Tews. Carriage & Wagon IScjpairiisg Will take business in Cass. Upshur, Smith,Rusk, j Cherokee and Panola Counties. \ 'TWAS. 8. TAYLOR. ^pAYLOR & GREEN A regularly attend the conrtaof Harrison county. Business for T. & G. if desired, be l«ft with Mesárs Hill 5¿ Frazer, attorneys at Law,at Marshal 1. . Nacogdoches. Nov. 25.1847. nllv *¡ 5wm. s. taylor. m. o. pierce. IAYLOR & PIERCE, Physicians and Surgeons tender their prof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 24 January 1852

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT WITHERSPOOX & CO., "without union, our independence and lii1erty would never have been achieved without union, they never can be maintained." EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Vol. IY. So. 37. Marshall, Harrison Connty, Texas, Saturday, January M, 18*52. Whole No.-1!>3. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNING By WITHER8P0UN & CO., Proprietors. TERMs„ V Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollars !f paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol- lars at the end of the volume. Single copies, 10c. Advertising.—Onedollarper squareof ten lines, or less,for the firstinsertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, ifpai J in advance; if not.fifty per cent will 1)3 added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the *boVo rates will be made. olitical, personal and business communication8 • promotive of indi vidual interests, will be charged the Same as advertisements; and these, together with all publications required by l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 24 January 1852

wf MSCTT M m ■■■ ■ THE STAR $ T i T E P { T Pi i 0 T. THE PATRIOT. / ' / %\ iT#;'/$*/•/* .«SV> V'i'VVi'ti'i7 «a - The loss of liberty, of ail good govornmsnt, of peace t fb'i'y. ar.d hapjitaeas, must inevitably follow a dissolution oí tite Union." EDITED BY WlTilEKSPOON & CO. Marshall* Texas .January IT, 1852. O* Messrs. S. D. Wood and J. W. YVheatox will act as Agents in procuring subscribers far the Pa- triot. O" Any o:i3 who will s?n i us five cash paying Subscribers, ahull bo entitled to a copy of our paper —gratis. REUiiiO'S. Proactsioj iti Ihe Sfathtnist churtjh n«xt Sab. bath at 11 o'clock a. ". Tie b ill nt !r Plan- ter's Hotel will ring Sir *t?rvi« . ('Jr. B.ik r i.s still erp-stad to preach tha deiis ui jf:i sermon.) Jan.* 21 St. ! 3 32. A. 11. Last week wo pu'visit o i a s >.eeh tfciiwre.] by Kojsoath,,the gneat Hungarian Exile. Ills arrival to our shores, ha? been the cause of an immense amount of excitement; so much sj that every school boy throughout ot:r cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 24 January 1852

THE «STAR STATE PATRIOT , V1 4 He \v n. or lea ns ad ve r ri s /; m f. nts H. B. bEAC'lii "CARRIAGE D E A LER Louisiana carriage repository/ Always en hand a largo an I complete assort aunt From the best makofactoiub- . Nos 49 and 51 «'arondelet sticet. Union Row, Jan. 3, 1852-6iu-n3!.] New Oil mis. ~~ NEW ORLEANS Carriage Warelrous J. MARSH, DENMAN & CO., Aos. 81 and 82 Common St., [Nearly Opposite tin* Verandah Ilotol,] NEW OttLKANS. THE largest and most extensive establishment of the kin! in this city or the S>>ut:iern country. Slaving b-.-en • stablishod over 3'.) year.-; an.I have l Wayson hand from 10-J to 130 Carriag •«, of the latest Ziyi's and < raí terns, made expressly lor this mark-t We invite purchasers from tiie country in p ■ rticu lar to examino our stock and learn o>tr prices, which , *re low ier cash or city act'optauce. All work y~ ¡tur m tuftature fully guarantied. Jlay 10, 1851. " '-Iry NE W O:tL/•: i AS A D VE« T SE 1/É V I S. í NEIV N. OR LE A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 24 January 1852

4 THE ST A STATE PATRIOT PR O FES SI O N A L CAR D S. E W. LBERT A. SMITH, Notary I ublic, Harrison county, Tesas. Jan. 4,IS U>. 1-1-lv R. POAG, Attorney at Laic, Carthage, P:- nola county, Texas. It. MAHONE, Allorvey Counsellor at Law, Marshall. Texas. Dec 15. *49. ¡n37iy 1LLIAM A. HILL, Attorney at Lair. Mar- shall, Texas. n47it c LOüGH Si LANE, Attorney* at Laic, Marshall March -26,1S47. * n9.tf E ^DWIN CATER, Notary Public, Office at the ■* Coontv Clerk's office. JOHN F. WILLIAMS, Attorney at Law, Ma' shall, Harrison county, T^xas. Willtaks business in ("ass. Upshur, Smith,Husk. Cherokee and Pntiola Comities. '¡has. s. taylor. ashbel g re f.n, jr. TAYLOR & GREEtf, Attorneys at Lev Will regukrlv «t:end the courts of Harrison county. Business for T. & G. «anjídesired, be left with Messrs Hill & Frizer, Auwfeys at Law,at Marshall. Nacogdoches. Nov. 2n. Ip47. D'1?L v.'m. s. taylor. si. a. riEKCE. TAYLOR & PIERCE, Physicians ami Surgeons tender their professional s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 7 February 1852

STAR - STATE PATRIOT. WITHERSPOON «fe CO., 1 WITHOUT UNION, OÍJR INDEPENDENCE AND 1IHERTY WOULD NEVEH HAVE BEEN ACHIEVED WITHOUT UNION, THEY ÍÍÉVER CAN UÜ JtAÍÍPÍ AINBD." ' mr - m V«l. IV. No. 39. Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, February 7, 1852. Í*ÜBÍ ÍSiiED SATUltDAY MORNING By WITHERSPOON & €0., Proprietors. • TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollars if paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol- lars at the end of the volume. Single copies, 10e. Advertising.—One dollar por square of ten lines, or leas, fort lie first insertion; and fifty corns for each subsequent insertion, ifpaid in advance; if not,fifty per cent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communications promotive ofindividual interests, will be charged the sameits advertisements; and thele, together with all publications required by law, if not paid for in advan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 7 February 1852

2 THÉ STAR STATE PATRIOT. -r THE PATRIOT. . of liberty. of all good government, of peace ' apptncss, mustlnevhably follow a dissolution ED BY WITHERSPOON & CO. V «= 1852 I' Marshall, Texas February 7, Goiag it on ail Fours, p. p. p. p. Was a cabalistic term of magic influence, a few years ago among the would be progressive Democracy. It was understood a? conveying a threat tó England, (uur prosp& ally against the power of Russia) as to w might expect, if she persisted in her ^Oregon, and was interpreted to Four, Forty, or Fight.' Every bod the then administration ciawSshtd downlo nine, and didn't fright any body but the Greas- ers. We observo that Jefferson Davis, the late de- feated candidate for Governor oí Mississippi, in Disunion State Convention, held at radistmciion to that.held at the tame place by'fSotJniun Democrats, attempted to cunjour up, and revive the old alliterative charm of the. four F's. Its future signification is to be, Foote, Fillmore, Free Soil, and Fra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 7 February 1852

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. STATE PATRIOT. MAR HALL, '1 exas, February 7th. A. D. 1852* Agents Tor the "Patriot." Cader Allen, General. Travelling Agent. ThoI'Wat*oh', I Jefferson, Cass county. John Allion, Mount Mourn. A. L. Vawter, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Graham, Clear Spring. John Wilson, Gertrude. James Earp, Pine Tree. d. f, bakckoft, G'lmer. Wa. McMillan, McMi'Inn's. E. M. Smith, Elysian Fields. J. W. Massxe, Walling's Ferry. . E. B. George, i ^ D. O. Norton, > (¿uitman. . J. b. Stout, ) E. E. Lorr & W ells, Gum Spring. T. J. C. Wortham, Palestine. A. Sterne, Nacogdoches. Jno. Oka*', Ksq. , G eenville. Dr. Saimi, Postmaster, Tarrant. Edward Kogers, Esq., t j)ange-field. J. D. Lilly, s ° I. M. Ball, Boston. W. D. \iiller, Austin. R. II. Martin, Paris. J W. W ituee, i M0Unt Pliant. Dr. Beck, \ Dr. V\ m. Ragland, Skelbyville. Messrs. Holland, Freeman & ¡Sears, K. W. Poweli, J. VV. Allen, Walter Cars well, E. VV. Wiley, J flf Post Masters in general are requested to act Agents....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 7 February 1852

TH ESTAR STATE PATRIOT. yeeeh of Mr, Benjamín . brio re the liaii Road Ctnmntion. A loud and general call being the remade for Mr. Benjitmitr, this gentleman stepped forward, observing (hut he had been requested by several «¡jeínGers to state explicitly the objects of the Convention. Ho commenced by remarking, that notwithstanding the sneers cast at New Orleans, we had been acting not for two or three inontliiT past, but for some years." Many gentle- • nen had for a long time past been engaged in i r ifecttng the measures which had finally re- sumed in the gathering of thi s Convention. ^ The position*)} New Orleans was such that lla combination could wrest from us its advanta ^?ges evimfiraBy; thero was a trade -belonging to f 2ib which could not ho taken away ; 'but th? question was, whether we sh >u'd wait tor the ultimate action by which the products of the vast Southwest should be brought to us, or whether Wo should anticipate that action by a present determined and concerte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 14 February 1852

? m THE STAB STATE PATRIOT. WITHERSPOON & CO., " without union, our independence and liberty would never have been achieve!) without union, they never can be maintained. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Vol. IV. \0.40. Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, Febrnary 14, 1852. Whole No. 196 L PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNING ^By WITHERSfOGlV & CO., Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollars if paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol- lars at the end of the volume. Single copies, 10c. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines, or less.forthe first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, ifpaid in advance; if not,fifty per cent will bs added to the amount. To those who ad- rertiseby the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communications promotive ofindividual interests, will be charged the same as advertisements; and these, together with all publications required by la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 14 February 1852

TIIE STAR STATE PATRIOT. THE PATRIOT. •The loss of liberty, of all good government, oí peace plenty, and happiness, mast inevitably follow a dissolution •f the Union." EDITED BY WITHERSPOON & GO. Marshall, Texas February 14, 1852. 0Í7~ Our thanks is due D. W. Field, for a late New Orleans paper, O^T On our table. Tho response of Dr. Parker lo the Austin Convention nominating Gen. 'Houston. No Exchanges this Week W hats i>" the WlSD ? We learn from a gentleman from Tort Cai i , tint thi la!*&- is rising and a plenti- ful supply of'Wafer for boa's is expected, loo good we fear to be true. A secret worth knowing, aud to be had on literal terms. Our Merchants, Doctors, Mechanics, and in short, men of all classes, are sorely puzzled, as to the all-absorbing question of the day that is how they shall get at the dimes. As we, speak- ing for once in the singular number, have trans- acted business for a number of years, and to a considerable extent, and with but one or two soli- t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 14 February 1852

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. STAR STATE PATRIOT. MARIIALL. Texas, February 14th, a. D.J1852. NE W N. ORLEANS ADVEit TISEME.XT S Agents for the "Patriot." Cader Allen, General Travelling Agent. w. Ferris, > Jefferson, Cass county. Thos. watson, s John Allison, Mount Mourn. a. l. Vawter, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Gkaham, Clear Spring. john Wilson, Gertrude. - James Earp, Pine Tree. d. f. barcroft, Gilmer. Wm. McMillan, McMillans. e. m. Smith, Elysian Fields. j. w. Massie, Walling's Ferry. e. b. george, i d. o. Norton, > Quitman. j. b. Stout, ) e. e. Lott & Wells, Gum Spring. t. j. c. Wortham, Palestine. a. Sterne, Nacogdoches. j so. Gray, Esq., Greenville. Dr. Smith, Postmaster, Tarrant. Edward Rogers, esq., 1 Dangerfield. j. d. Lilly, s i. m. Ball, Boston. w. d. Miller, Austin. r. h. Martin, Paris. j. vv. Withee, ( Mount Pleasant. Dr. Beck, > * Dr. Wm. Raglano, Slielbyulle. Messrs. Holland, / sour ¡ake^ Freeman & Sears, s r. w. Powell, 1 J.W.Allen, ( Walter Cars ivell, ■ 13 w W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 14 February 1852

A THE STAR 'STATE PATRIOT. JO i S SOLVTIOJW ONÉ of our firm [W. P. Hill,] having deter- mined to remove to Tyler, for the parpóse of practicing in the Supremo Court of the State, and n the United States District Court, our Law Part- nership is this day dissolved by mutual consent Our united attention will be given to all the business of the firm of Hill & Ffnzer, and also of the late firm of Hill, Frazer & Shedd, umil the same is fi- lially settled. Letters on the business of either ol said firms will be addressed as heretofore. C. A. Frazer will continue to reside in Marsha,1, and to practice in the Courts of the Sixth Judicial I>istrict,and will occupy the office heretofore occu- pied by the firm. W. P. HILL, r C. A. FRAZER. P. S. I offer my home?tead for sale. Posses- sion {jiven the first of January next During my absence from home, at the different Courts, C. A. Frazer, Esq., is my agent to sell. ^ ^ Marshall, May 9. 1851. 5 American State Paper . PRICES REDUCED. ID*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 28 February 1852

¡r. T THE STAR =S5 PATRIOT. WITHERSPOON &XO., Yo!. IV. No. 41 41 without uiíiox, our independence and liberty would never have been achieved without union, tiiey never can be maintained.' EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, February 28, 1852. Whole No. 1&8. ■i nrtl msmi PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNING . By WITiI£ RSPOJN & CO., Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annam in advance, Three dollar if pnid at tbe expiration of six months, or Four dol lam at the end of the volume. Single copies , 10c. Aovertismg.—One dollar per square of ten lines, •r leas, for the first insertion; and fiuv cents for each •absequent insertion, if paid in advance; if not,fifty per «eat will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertida by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communications promotive oflndividual interests, will be charged the aaoieas advertisements; and tuese, together with all publica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 28 February 1852

THE STAR S T*A T E PATRIOT. THE PATRIOT. •The loss of liberty, of all good government, of peace f'enty. and happiness, must inevitably follow a dissolution of the Unión," EDITED BY WITHERSPOON & CO. Marshall, Texas...... -February 28, 1852. Candidates. TO MANY CITIZENS W ho honored me through the "Patriot" of the 21st inst., with a call, to become a candidate for Chief Justice of Harrison county, at the {ensuing^Aiigust election, I present my kindest acknowledgements. . My name will be before the people as a candidate and if elected,I pledgemvself to serve them in the responsible office of Chief Justice, to the best and utmost of my ability. Respectfully, ___ Feb. 28, 1852.] EDWIN CATER. O" Wo are authorized to announce S. R. PER- RY, Esq,, the present incumbent, as a candidate for the offiee of Sheriff of Harrison county, at the en- suing election. [Feb. 28,1852. Assessor find Collector. (el" We are authorized to announce Maj.'O. F. WILLIAMS. a« a Candidate for the office of As...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 28 February 1852

THE STAR STATE-PATRIOT. 3 • STAK STATE PATRIOT. MARIIA.IX. Texas, February 28th, A. D J1852. NEiv N. ORLEANS ADVERTISEMENTS Agents for the "Patriot." Cader, Allen, General Travelling Agent. Tal'wÁÍS | £>««<« • John Allison, Mount Mourn. a. l. Vawter, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Gkaham, Clear ¡Spring. John Wilson, Gertrude. James Earp, Pine Tree. d. p. Barcroet, Gilmer. Wm. McMillan, McMillan's. E. M. Smith, Elysian Fields. J. w. Massie, Walling's Ferry. E. B. George, i d. O/Norton, > Quitman. j. b. Stout, ) e. e. lott & Wells, Gum Spring. t. j. c. Wortham, Palestine. a. Sterne, Nacogdoches. j no. Gray, Esq., Gnaenville. Dr. Smi i h, Postmaster, Tarrant. Edward Rogers, Esq., > T)an>*crfield. j. d. Lilly, s i. m. Ball* Boston. w. d. Miller, Austin. r. h. Martin, Paris. j. w. vv itiiee, i Mount Pleasant. Dr. Beck, s Dr. Wm. Ragland, Shelbyville. il. R. CARRIAGE louisiana carriage BEACH. DEALER, REPOSITORY I Alwayson hand a large and complete assort nent ; from the best manuf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 28 February 1852

9991 J THE STAR STATE PATRIOT undersigned have this day commenced a geuepil GKOCERY, COMMISSION and PRODUCE BUSINESS, under the style of Iff sur 0 & DUN HIM, at No Í 4 Tchoupitoulas street, and hope from their practical knowledge of Hie city and its business, tq merit a share of tho patronage of theii friends and the public. Proa .*t and particular attention will be given to all orilets in their line as also to all consignments with which they may be favored. Verv Respect- fully, Yours, fee. - NIMMO & DUÑHA.V1. ISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. D —The Co-Parthership heretofore existing in this dty, between- the unde signed, under the style of k LL nimmo & co., is this, day dissolved by K-oaacnt. E. L. Ntmmo havfttg purchased ) interest of A. B. Woodruff is alone charged with the' settlement of the affairs of said concern, and U'ill BM the nam* of the same in liquidation. E.L. NIMMO, A. B. WOODRUFF. GO-PARTNERSfilP NOTICE .—The under- signed have this day formed a co-partners...

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