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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 June 1857

if x- <« «"•" . jiR *W"p *& "* ** **w ■- • - 38>< B<ya>' -.%.>& ..--$*■ iiW. -*«•« '' - ■ §*- JtwsS? " !!>,<<> nfrfc. I ■>" v *-t *■* •'?-> -rl- ££■&•£** •" •«* *->e iUiiiis-i XXHI—NO. 12.] Maj. Howth'* Circular. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1857 [WHOLE} NO. 1218 H. CXISHIJTG, JtJfD publisher, between Main street and ■T TKLESRAPH1* issued every and Friday. at 3 o'clock P. M. infos: 98 00 4 00 2 00 ten cent*. The WUEKI^,rjtL*GRAPH is published every Mieriv, lattssefot the Wednesday mornings' ' rior, a^carefttllT put up and mail I at the following rates: year, in ad ranee. 8 3 00 " 83 00 " 43 00 (interesting themselves In the circulation rao far aa t send na clnbs often or ; the cash, will receive one copy gratis KCIAL TELEGRAPH is published " la derated chiefly to Business srkets. It is famished, each enveloped ready for mailing, as fol- 8 10 1 00 1 73 3 0O ItWftl Be Mailed wKe'n desired by the year at $3. fSUtm •' Advertlsinf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 June 1857

A X. CUEKIMQ, Editor. wnummnr, jtob ti, im . *1 8TATCBL E € Tl 01 v - Monday ia August. •fMfefftic Ticket. - ?0R GOVERNOR,- . Hon E & RUMELLS. fOR LIEUT. OOVERXOK, Hon. F. R. LUBBOCK, wm COMMISSIONER GEN'L LAND OFFICE, Hon. FRANK WHITE, FOR CONGRESS, EAST. PI ST. Boa. JOHN H. REAGAN. FOR CONGRESS, WEST. DI3T., Hwl GUY M. BRYAN; 17 Blackberry time haa oome and gone, tad ao blackberries bne as yet appeared iia year. Tbe frosts at the spring rained Jktgn^tteinft ltd the prospects of ' children at one swoop. None i their appearance this year, and we stay look tar none till Hay 1858. CT Samoel H. Ferguson has become asso- ciated with his brother. To. F., in the pub- lication at the Richmond Keporter. They intend to enlarge the paper. They merit, And ao doabt will receive, success. ▲n.accoant of the maple sugar made by sash farmer in Baton county, Michigan, is baiag taken by the assensors. The returns freaa all the towns in the county, except eleven, give an aggregate of one hundred a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 June 1857

T. JU.XE 5. 1H56 JtU+tUotU I tk® Pieayane that Shreve- I last Thursday, by a dt-elrui It Wnaiiatd a number ot building > iw Oa iiMdmioi. . IWrkk Boston at the n? , ©jrwtiaii Asso -Gi£M||v<'fa*tfce purpose of delivering aii an *&*** . ■ icwuBt chronicles the clow of thi Tha Qwgartiireg from New Or MatimWifc* amrala. Walker addr ed 'he eitisens of N -jjQptw lioadaj evening. He m said it Wit <Kf(|hrt. WW tt'bf *e. i have determined that a Company is liable for dauiage? I tueir failure to transmit a me . This is ail important deci- Old loalaflourish in Massachusetts. T w< fooales, CapL £. Crowell aud number each over seventj They met by a liver'* Lfa Wast Dennis. They disputed LRfcwte- Thatr valiant souls waxed ttair aged arms went raided tu CapL. C. seised Capt. S , jfc Piter's brink, aud put was nearly drowued. _ wan lora! . __ ^ ... * —J* name is not "Hon. ?. Beaten but Thomas Hart Benton " The atAjQpioarian is a second editiouof Oeu. ' Tib Picayune says the funeral o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 June 1857

New Orleans Adv'ts. HOTEL, intw qblsahs. IOTJISIANA. HltL 8 glUMETH, Proprietors. Laalilann Carriage Repository- "'** CARRIAGES— CARRIAGES. * JUST received per ships Or phan, Dictator and other late arrinb, from the manil facto I -camp,ete assortment, comprising oomiu, Kackaifajs, Baronchea, Double Baggies, Side-Seat, do.. Baggies with or withoattops,ain<t al- ■—> awry Mad in geaaral use anitable for the city aad cotnKrj trade, lor tale loir and a&accommo- dating «ttn by W. W. CRAKK&. CO ,. I arl8 ly. Carondelet St.. Union Bow. N, 0. E. Carver Companys patent improved cotton gins. f| > undersigned, sole manufacturers under K. A Ci*T«a' patent of 1839. 1843 and 1848, have permanently established an Office and Warehouse at No. 7# Oravier at., and are now prepared to fur . aiab to Plaatereand Merchants any siae of the cele- brated OIN- Ihey deem It unnecessary to detail its advantages ever others, aa its mnlniea endorsement* by practical authorities, now using it, are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 June 1857

* ■ft* 41 VOL. XXIII—NO. 13 ] HOUSTON. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE IT. 1857 [WHOLE NO 1219 % Cfkgra^. .—,—.—«. C. H. CUSBIKG, * ' MtUTOK. JUfD PUBLISHER. set, between Main street and )T TKLEORAPH is issued every and Friday. at 3 o'clock P. H. .... $8 00 4 00 a oo ten cent*. mni-wii Kwla, Wednei MNMMIMHM ,in advance- thlTIIUI telkgraph il published every rsdsesday. in time for the Wednesday mornings' I to tk interiori and carefully pot up and mail ■* at the following rates: I year-, in advance $ 3 00 * - -• 85 00 45 i>0 lllllMSStllH Itimillilira in'the circulation i.flMr so far as t send as clabs often or j'wm the cash, will receive one copy gratis *$2h$8&mwciai. telegraph is published ■ avsey Thareday, and is devoted chiefly tn Business aa* Mparts of the market". It is furrished, each ' r eaMally enveloped ready for mailing, as fol- •- « 1 75 3 Wl It will be mailed when desired by the year at *3. ■aui •( Advurtisiag. ' (m inBDT OB TU-WUIH TILtORAPH.) 9m sqaare, first insertion 91 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 June 1857

£. H. CtJSHIHO, Editor. WEDNESDAY, JUNE IT, 1857. STATE ELECTION First Monday in Auga-i, Democratic Ticket FOR GOVERNOR, Hon H. R. RUNNELLS. of bowix. FOR LIEUT. GOYERNOK, Hon. F. K LUBBOCK, FOR COMMISSIONER GEPPL LAND OFFICE, Hon. PRAM WHITE, or. JACKSON. FOR CONGRESS, EAST. DIST. Hon. JOHN H. REAGAK FOR CONGRESS, WEST. DIST., Hon. 6UX M. BRYM; of brazoria. O* Col. W. 8. Day gim us favorable ac- counts of the crops in Austin and Washing- ton eonntiea. The cotton is about three week* later than usual, but promises a toler- ably good yield. Corn is growing finely. U* We learn from Brenham that die citi- zens of that town are thoroughly united with those of Chappell HOI, in undertaking the Washington county rail road. It is expect- ed that work will now be done with little or no further delay. Subscriptions to the amount of $10,000 hare been raised in Houston for the roatj. D* The Eclipse arrived here from Galves- ton, on Monday night. She brought the following passengers: Messrs. McM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 June 1857

Ex. FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1856. All Sorts or Items. Mtssiasipptan devotes four I to Mt aoooant of the reception of the Ttiiii, TnlKunnn Pith A grand banquet was given him at which speeches were delivered and tnanti drank Ae. Col. Davis in the MMifa aaid there words, which mttfppljy to a certain vain old man and his .irtlMI,in to revive a dead carcass by the art- ful phrase of "Independent Democrat •H^SesMoraey [said Col. Davis,] have mPUWonr forms of opposition to en counter. That opposition seems to cast its name with the same facility that a snake doe* its skin, bnt it is ever the same federal- ten, cetMpwand consolidating power in the federates, and verging the States to ^degradation. By those character- titer how illusive its appellation I to be always recognized." ■The ship Senator on her way from Liver- pool to New York sprang a leak. The crew tired of pumping refused. The captain took out his watcWaod aaid iwwaa twelve o'clock, and he was going down to pray, for the ship would sin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 June 1857
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 June 1857

aw .4. Rk /. — - ■ Ms £ •tot xxm—no. 14.] HOUSTON. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, .TUNE 24, 1857 [WHOLE NO. 1220 Megrapj}. -I T. 1CITSHIKC, MtUTOM JUtD PUBLISH HH. flBlH 1 flns|iiM slrntn between Main street and Coast Vense Square. iT TKLKG&APfl is issued every and Friday ."St 3 o'clock P. M. 98 (IB 4 IMI 2 l .. ten cent*. ta advance- Houston and Texas Central Railway. The "Fourth annual report of the Presi- dent and directors of the Houston and Texas Central Railway Company, to the stockhold- ers" a pamphlet of some forty pages Has been laid on our table. The Report indicates a very flattering condition of the corporation. Our readers have from time to time b> >n in- formed through our columns of tho pr«gten« made by the Central road. We content our- selves with a brief abstract of the informa- tion contained in the Report before u->. The Report opens with a brief reference for tie Wednesday uiorninra" j t0 some of the difficulties eucu nlered bv to the interior, and carefttUy pat ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 June 1857

E. JL pUUUJO, Editor. w ,T, JUUE 84, 1857. STAT* ELECTION . Flirt Monday in August. ■ ea>clf4tic Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, Hon H. & RtJMELLS. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, Hon. F JL LUBBOCK, TOR COMMISSIONER OEN'L LAND OFFICE, . Hob. FRAM WHITE, ; or JAOC8QN. FOR CONGRESS, EAST. DIST. Hon. JOHN K REAGAN. FOR CONGRESS, WEST. DIST., Hon. GrUY M. BRYAN; i9"EIectioa tickets, with the names of the Democratic nominees, will be fur- nished from the office at $1 50 per thousand Tickets for counties with their caudidates for Senator and House * of Representatives at $2 00 per thou- sand (its) tTW« hear ot several new baildingB in rations part* ofthe city, projected since onr but notice. We shell be obliged to keep a regular building nagiater in our columns. O* A friend, writing us from Huntaville* saya that fine rains bare fallen there, and tbe prospects of the fanners are very flatter- ing. * D*We learn from a gentleman of undoubt- ed authority, that Bosk has come oat in quite a lengthy tetter, d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 June 1857

—y—I FRIDAY, JT7ITE19, 1857. ■.v.'urn.; . Mad City on ■fee m be- IFiah bar. It brake > larboard amoke pipe, and when diaeofand was bluing abowfethe hurricane dadt. Sha was running against a strong wind at (Be time, and for a moment there «M gnat danger of flames sweeping over Iha alJu \+lk. ppOt, however, imme- i pat her abaat, aad, by the most ac- , the tie waa extinguished. From ttraace of the burntplace this morn- {l it is hard to aaa bow the flames were >VtS^<wiyaDa ow escape. flipit, June 18, 1857. 0 j readied her wharf this She hroo8bt up considerable freight, aad the fallowing passengers : jno Martin, Patterson, T J Patter- iWkS^rT^tin^Perk^.PW- feolt, Ohas Withers, Ful- John Hollander; (Aaa Bnekholt; J 2* otoSi •Wm V«th;| Witoaaj Lady: Mrs Wilson;Miss ady A3 children Asv't p., mmi—The Civilian says thai but one death' has oeenned in the hospital since r, aid that Waa the Thai effect of intem- ofhot and dry 1 up to yes- . thouch it had rainetl twice f main land. Tha ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 June 1857

.New Orleans Adv'ts. ST. CBABLES ^CHANCE HOTEL, KIW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. HALL & HILDRETH, proprietors. tMMun CsrHag* Repository. 9ES—CARRIAGES. JUST received per ships Or phan, Dictator and other late ' arrivals, from the manufacto rles a large and complete assortment, comprising Coaches, Kockaways. Barouches, OouDle Baggies, Ade-Seat, do,, Baggies with or without tops, and al most every kind in general ate suitable for the city and country trade, For sale low and on accommo- dating terms by W. W. CRANE A CO , [maris ly. Carondelet St., Union Row. N. O. KCarrer Company's PATENT IMPROVED COTTON GIN'S. TUt undersigned, sole manufacturers under a. Cum'i patent of !839. 1845 and 1848, have permanently established an Office and Warehouse at Ho. 70 Orarier t., and are now prepared to fur nlah to Planters aad Merchants any sise of the cele- j brated SIN. They deem it unnecessary to detail Its advantages over others, as ita numberless endorsements by practical authorities, now using it, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 July 1857

1V !* ~'4' ^ r n VOL. XXIII—NO. 15.] HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1857 [WHOLE NO. 122 i &am StkppJ. E. H. GUSHING, KBITOlI JUfD PUBLISHER. street, between Main street *nd KLT TELB0KAPH ia isnuei every Al and Friday, at 3 o'clock P. M. SeSBBUB.- ■fiCTF 8 5 ten cents. The WEEKLY TELEGRAPH ia published every Wednesday, ia time for the Wednesday mornings' ^10 to the interior, and carefully put op and mail- ed te subscribers at the following rates : Om eopy. nws ysor.tn advance *3 0" . - M 11 M 44 2D 00 . W " ' * " ** «no . . Qersons interesting themselves in the circulation if % ITI— so far as t« send as clnbs of ten or " till receive one copy gratis *S8rSBKSc I AL. TBLEGRAHH is published er«Tj ThnmU^, nd is devoted chiefly to Business M^Jtoports of the markets. It is furnished, each l^piK fsfefoUf enveloped r€ady for mailing, as fol- "ingle copies per week t 10 og u « 1 uu rn • £-< j 73 Kid > " .. 3 Oil It will be mailed when desired by the year at S3. Bates of Advertis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 July 1857

Sfit -Cebgrapjj. E. H. CUSHBHJ, Editor. WEDKRDAT, JULY 1, t837, STATE ELECTION Pint Monday in logon. _——-———————* Democratic Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, Hon H. R. RUMELLS. or bowtb. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, Hon. F/R. LUBBOCK, FOR COMMISSIONER GEN'L - LAND OFFICE, - flan. J1MK WHITE, FOR CONGRESS, EAST DIST. Hon. JOM H. REAGAN. FOR CONGRESS, WEST. DIST., Hon. OUT M. BRYAN: o HARRIS COUNTY. FOR THE SENATE Hiram G. Runnels. i i FOR HOUSE QF REPRESENTATIVES J. W. Henderson. Wm. Edwards. . J9*Election tickets, with the names of the Democratic nominees, will be fur- nished from thfs office at $1 50 per thousand. Tickets for counties with their candidates for Senator and Honse of Representatives at $2 00 per thou- sand (Its) XT' Attention is called to the advertise- ment of Hairy Schulte'e Brewery. Those who drink Lager for their health, as well as thoae who drink it became they like it, will find Scholta'a beer excellent. m |H «- 97Prof. Cotton's examination parly of Monday night, we have heard ver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 July 1857

I T> jus*, as, 1857 fiTT .IV t Book has done a good to the Sooth the uara^s oftfcoM H#W Torkhaaaas, which are con- trolled ttj abolitionists, as well as of those llal —Ipfn Im in iiinl aiii friendly seuti- ■N^ftr m. We have another list of mer- ehants, Itiadly famished as by Mr. Groes- ' their acts not on- friendly feeling for the the aftitfct, but (hat they are «?il lisf toput their hands into their poAets and i out Sosthern enterprises. V Ifrt. a—ifniwa tfaoae New Tork and I Hat hare contributed to the Lof the Houston <fc Texas Cen- tt aqd the amounts contributed We have also added the character at *V *««■«■« tlnnfl by each of these houses. Wetibthitfeo'iiat When auy of our merch- ants h^eafter haw occasion to. buy goods in the winfftH they may give a portion of their eastern to those who have so generously bid for it. These houses, here given, are all high- ly respectable. They have not made these sub at i particular love for iml'flliAflitll lili ami' 111 i J frit a disposi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 July 1857

« 4m ;|5 $ew Orleans Adv'ts. JIWtch Tfflt, (CHANGE IT. tBABU MO' nw ORLEANS. LOUISIANA, bill & MLDRKTH, Proprietor. -■(———— carriage Kepemltory. 4 CARRIAGES—CARRIAGES. JUST received per ships Or phap, Dictator and other late ' arrivals, from the manufacto i* a Urge and complete assortment, comprising Coaobe., Rockaway., Barouches, Doable Bagglea, Side-Seat, do.. Babies with or without tops, and al- moat every kind is general use suitable for the city and oocntry trade. For sale low and on accommo- dating terms by W. ff. CRANK fc CO , [marl8 ly. Carondelet St., Union Sow. N. 0. ,, E. Carver Company'B PATENT IMPROVED COTTON GUNS. rR undersigned, sole manufacturers under E. CaKVEK's patent of 1839. 1845 and 1848, have permanently eelaliliHlieii an Office and Warehouse at Nq. 70 Qravier it., and are now prepared to fur nfah to Plantar* and Merchants any sise ofthe cele- brated SIN. They deem it unnecessary to detail its advantages ever others, as ita numberless endorsements by pract...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 July 1857

••• ' T- -> ■_* ' i*1 - -*U - W *-•• -' *<•? -:v+ > ••■ * —."J tdM i4\*V ir V^L. XXIH—NO. 16.] HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1857 [WHOLE NO. 1222 Cdepp|. - •«. H. CU8HING, CDiTOI JUfD PUBLISHER. SB Oon Kress street, between Main street and iUiftMmSLT TKLEQ&APH is issued every .Wodnssday and Friday, at 3 o'clock P. M. 8 00 4 00 3 00 ten cents. bY TKI.E9RAPH is published every y, in time for tile Wednesday mornings* to Uu interiori and carefully pat up aud mail •dls subscribers at the following rates : r, La advance ..< 3 00 " 85 00 45 00 ■ interesting themselves in the circulation Sf <lki juper so far as to send us clubs or ten or , will receive one copy gratis TKLKOEAPU is published r, and is devoted chiefly to Business ... f Ike market*. It ia furnished, each r ssrefSUy enveloped ready for mailing, as fol- $ 10 1 00 1 75 3 00 It Will ke nailed when desired by the year at $3. Single copies per week ■ S • — " • . ,0* Pint* •( Advertising. " * \ OK ni'VUXLT TCL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 July 1857

iM %\t fekppjj. E. H>C17SHING, Editor. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 857, STATE ELECTION. ^ First Holiday in Anguit. Democratic Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, Hon H. R. RUMELLS. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, Hon. F. R. LUBBOCK, FOR COMMISSIONER GEN'L ' LAND OFFICE, Bob. FRANK WHITE, or JACKSON. FOB CONGRESS, EAST. DIST. Hon. JOM H. REAGAN. FOR CONGRESS, WEST. DIST., Hon. GUT M. BRYAN; Of BKJtZQBlA. HARRIS COUNTY. FOR THE SENATE" Hiram 6. Rnnnels. FOR - HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES J. W. Henderson. Wm. Edwards. j|6f Election tickets, with the names of die Democratic nominees, will be fur- nished from this office at $1 50 per thoosand. Tickets for connties with their candidates for Senator and Honse presentatives at $2 00 per thon- (Its) O* The last number of the State Gazette, has a communication. Touched for by the editor as from the highest authority charging Capt. Crosby with prostituting Masonry to electioneering purposes. We cannot believe he has done so, but if be has thus soiled his masonic robe, he will r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 July 1857

FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1867. n ^30 „ gri'th'in>«rr of the Navy has determined to BtftaotodCOe five sloops of war by private contract. Relations take the greatest liberties and give one the least, assistance. £ Albany editor thinks his property woofd lia>ve beau carried away by the late flat bet for tireheaTy mortgages on it. York Times says some of its co- temporaries are trying to get np a bogus cry of yriknr fever. TheLeadon Times gives Neal Dow and the M'"* Lienor Ixw particular -'Jessie." And Old English officer said to a young pmfa af the "Guards," "I hope you wont fan hmHa of the Chinese—they eat puppies." ^-world's temperance convention is to be held in Qhicago this summer. They need one badly there. . There are righty thousand schools in the United States. The wok at the Capitol at Washington progTesiaettpadily; the ceiling of the House is neartp tompleted, The KflOtecky Yeoman heads an article with a cot of a Jack Asa. Is said article autobiographical t AqAw "poet" has appea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 July 1857

.NWOrleans Adv'ts. T. CBABUES EXCHANGE c';V':, HOTEL, HI 0KU8ANS. LOUISIANA, in T.I, fc HILDBKTH, Proprietors. Unittioa Cw Me «ep« torr- —' CARRIAGES—CARRIAGES. JUST received per ships Or phai>, Dictator and other late ' arrivals, rrom the manufacto r a Idr/e and comp,ete assortment, comprising Coaches, Boekavaj*. Barouches, DoaDle Baggies, Side-Scat, do.. Baggies with or without tops, and al most every kind in general use suitable for the city and coonto trade. For sale low and on accommo- iifllH terms by W. W. CRANE & CO . [taartt Is- Carondelet St., Union How. N. 0. E. Carver Company's PAT^rr improved cotton gins. rn anderrigned, sole manufacturers under ji. C*rvaa' patent of 1839. 1845 and 1848, have permanently established an Office and Warehouse at No. 70 Qnvier St., and are now prepared to fur nish to Planters and Merchants any site of the cele- brated GIN. They deem it unnecessary to detail Its advantages over others, as its numberless endorsements by practical author...

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