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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 3 June 1839

THE MORNING STAR. PaHlshcd Daily Sunday excepted at the omce of ths Telegraph at gia per annum semi-annually in advance. VOLUME I. HOUSTON MONDAY MORNING JUNE 3 1839. NUMBER 49. . -THE. MORNING STAR PmbllAlud Dally at tbe (MBce of the Telegraph BY K. HUMPHREYS & Co. Teems. The Morning Star is published Daily Sundays ex- ecpte d at $12 per annum payable semiannually in advance Advertising. Two Dollars per square for the first insertion One Dollar per square for the second and Fifty Cents for each continuance. Eight lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year a reason- able deduction from the above rates Trill be made. Steam Boat Cards Announcements etc etc. will be charged for at the same ra'e as advertisements. J5rAll Letters and Communications intended fur the Mom- ins Star oust be addressed post paid to the Editor. LOOK OUT FOR A ROGUE The public are hereby cautioned from trading for or purchasing any notes or accounts belonging ti and...

Publication Title: Morning Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 3 June 1839

THE MORNING STAR. JOHN W. ELDBEDGE.'EDITOR. Houston fllenday June 3 1$39. We are authorized to state that Francis Moore Jr. will if elected serve as Senator from the counties of Har- risburg Liberty and Galveston. We call the attention of our readers to the able and in- teresting presentment made by the Grand Juiy of Harris- .burg county at the present session of the District Court The sentiments therein expressed cannot fail to convince those who are; disposed to slander our country that there are at least some among us who have a perception of what is right and a determination to discharge the duties which they owe to their country and themselves without fear or partiality. The Grand Jury had had a most fatiguing session and in their separation are attended with the ihanks and congratulations of every honest and virtuous citizen. When a man consents to be considered a candidate for any office in the gift of the people he at once relinquishes all right title and interest which he m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 3 June 1839

From evenings with Prince Caubactres. NAPOLEON AND THE GRUMBLER Napoleon delighted in treating his soldiers with kind- ness in conversing with them; they knew hand took ad- vantage of it with remarkable reserve and moderation. The French nation arc distinguished by an exquisite sense of delicacy and unparalleled judgment. No other nation not excepting the Italians is gifted with superior tact. I recollect amongst other instances that at a review at which I was present an old grognard (grumbler) as' he called them who strictly conformed for the rest to the species of ceremony observed among military men and which was part of camp etiquette stepped out of the ranks presented arms held his hand up to his chapeau and stood as motionless as the statue of one of the guards ofPha- roah. The Emperor whose eyes were glancing at die manoeuvre walked two or three steps forward as it were at random; then suddenly turning Tound and finding him- self facetoface with the grojuard thus opened the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 3 June 1839

New Orlcan Price Current Continued. Neie Orleans Prices Current Continue Carrected weekly firom Uu latest dates. ARTICLES. ANCHORS per lb. - - BRICKS per 1000 Philadelphia- - - -German - - - - - BAGGING per 7ard Scotch hemp- - - -German - - - -Kentucky. - - - BALE ROPE; per lb. Northern - - - - -Kentucky - - - - BREAD per cwt Navy - Pilot Crackers - - - - - BEESWAX lb. Yellow White BOTTLES gross Porter Eng. - - -Black Ger. - - - -French wine per 100 - COTTON lb. La. & Miss. choice - prime - . fair- - -. - middling fair inferior - Tenn. & N. Ala. - -' choice - - - prime - - - 'inequality - .1 inferior - - COFFEE lb. Havana prime green - -Inferior to middling - - Rio St Domingo - - - COCOA lb. - - - - CHOCOLATE lb. No. 1 No.2 COPPER lb. English sheathing - -Braziers - - - - - CANDLES lb. Wax Sperm N. Bedford - - . Nantucket - - Tallow CORDAGE lb. Manilla - - - - Sisal American hemp - -Russia - - - - - COAL Liverpool ton - -Western bbL - - - CIDER bbL Northern -Western - - - - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 1 January 1840

-C' - 0 n-t.jb&4' iJ s&'ViStztL THIS MORNIW SI MR. Published Daily Sundays excepted at the Office f the Telegraph at $19 per annum semi-annttaUg in advance. volume i.: HOUSTON WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY L 1840. NUMBER 217. - - . 4 THE MORNING STAR; Pabllahed Dally at tile OOln af the Teltgrapli BY J. "W. CEUGEK. Turn The Morning Star is published Pai ly Sundays rx- ocpted at $12 per annum payable semi-annually in advance Advertising Two Dollars p--r square for thenrsl insertion One Dollar per square for the second and Fifty Cents tor each -continnance. Eight lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the .year a reason nble deduction from the above rates will be made . Steam Boat Cards Announcements etc etc. Till be charged for at the same n e as advertisements. J-All Letters and Communications intended for the Morn- ing Star miM be addressed post paid to the'Editor. THE Laws and Decrees of the state of COAHUl- LA AND TEXAS complete in Spanis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 1 January 1840

THE MORNING STAR. -JOHN W. ELDREDGE EDITOR. Meegtaa Wetogettay Jao. 1 184ft. By oar last tutrices from Austin Congress still had be- fore it a had law. Its most importait features were the appointment of general commissioners to be associated With commissioners from each county to investigate it novo the head-right claims that have been issued; and to provide for the making out of patents. That immense frauds on the public domain have been commiaed is mat- ter of general notoriety; whether justice can be done by the mode contemplated in the present bill admits of some doubtftThe issuing of patents on some basis will we think certainly be done; and we hail in it a great benefit. When lands shall be patented they will thereupon rise in value and way be made at least productive to the general revenue by being taxed. The House was also discussing a bill introduced by Gen. Houston to provide for sectionizing and selling at auction the Cherokee lands. The bill as introduced sets as'de tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 1 January 1840

BY ADAMS A HARRIS. TO-Momw at 10 o'clock will be sold in the Slore-honse of H Sanderson near the City Hotel; a Urge assortment of clothing and other merchandize as follows: 48 dress coals 40 over coals 10 camblet cloaks 70 pair pantaloons 100 fine rests 3 pieces towelling 30 flannel shirts 15 ps. cel'd cambric p linen SO dozen ladies'and gentlemen's hose 3 doz stores 5 pieces linen lawn 30 doz spools cotton 12 col d spreads 6 bags shot 2doz cotton wadding 9 doz bed cords 4 boxes tobacco 3 pieces osnaburgs 6 hearth rags 3 valises 6 trunks 2 doz stocks 3 doz suspenders etc etc. dl-217 BYCOMPTON ASCHVYCER. P P SCHUYLER Auctioneer nnHIS Daj at 10 o'clock a comfortable dwelling-house one JL lot on Commerce-street near Main nearly opposite messrs Adams A Harris' store. Terms: One-third cast; the balance in two equal instalments of 3 and 6 months. Alt MtUsk key&dogia5doeefnacbrandy ltrnak of fine eoatt and Tests 2 cases siik hats Ac. de 31 dl-216 Administrator's So ce . Its undersigned...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 1 January 1840

K GALVESTON & -NEW ORLEANS 'Steam Picket COLUMBIA The su perior steam ship Columbia Henri Windu master.will in. future perform k two trim each month between Galves- rtonandNewOrleans. The Columbia is is comnlele. order. aivd has active and experienced officers on board. Shi' can handsomely accommodate 120 cabin und 75 dack passengers The Coiambia Kill leave each place as follow;: Galreston each month .... 8th and 22d. New Orleans dodo - - Island 1 5ih. For freight or passage the prices beine the same as l-ri-fare apply to ALLEN & M'CULLOLGH inryi a7i-ti waiiHi agenis uiue-ion. Xotice oa sale twentr-two leagues of Land situated in the count? of Bastrop principal!) minting the Colorado river; lb laatrues m San Patricia count j near Corpus Christ! bay: twenty leagues . and fircone-thirds nnloeated land which w.ll be told low fur cash and goods. Persons wishing to purchase will pie ise call at the office of GEO EVERRETTE City Hotel dec 5 d!95-if wy33 f A Curator3 Sotted LL perso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 2 January 1840

Jftf (jMJi LZx-L. THE WKIG STAR. . it i ' PukUthed Daily Sundays excepted at thz Office of the Telegraph at 1 1 per annum semUannmaUp -in advance. 'V volume l: HOUSTON. THURSDAY MORNING JANUAKY 2. 1840. NUMBER 518. 49-ef fc THE MORNING STAR PabUsked Dtlljr at be Office of llu Telegraph BY J. YT. CaUGSK. Tax. The Horning Star is published Daily Sundays ex- cepted at 912 per annum payable semi-annually in advance Adtebtwso. Two Dollars per square Tor the first insertion One Dollar per square for the second and Fifty Cents lor each continuance. Eight lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year a reason able deduction from the above rates will be made. Steam Boat Cards Announcements etc etc. will be charged for at the same ra e as advertisements. J-All Litters and Communications intended for the Morn- ing Star.must be addressed post paid to the Editor. THE Laws and Decrees of the state of COAHCI- LA AND TEXAS complete in Spanish and English just...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 2 January 1840

THE MOR-NIKK.-'STAR. v JOHN W. ELPREDGS. EDITOR. Houston Thursday Jan. 3 l:--i;. to her impulses asshe so often does; apt to ba led away by '' Yo i a 1 ni'-.-ciptain' siii he -that the money is good in licr fe"liags an J affections; influenced by a lively imr'i:. i- Mississippi J' 'Yes.' 'Well did I not ingage my pas- tbn and acute susceptibilities whit would become of her tJ sage in .Mississippi?' Yi.' 'And you refuse to take could she uot stay her weakness upon the sound an.l s;er- Mississippi manpy b:cau3e il 13 not good here!' 'Yes. i . r.i A ... .1 . j ... .st .: :jl. ling qualities ouue sirongersevf Y omenuev.T ni .is i jneseujir man grew winn. ioiv captain saiu ne. stucidil a blo.v azainst their own interest as uhni ti v liytodoaway with or revolt against this devurirp of their inferiority." They throw away thur props njret the guilanco and guardian-hip with which the jroiJ': -y of GoJ his provide! them and absilvethf lords or the reition from that protection whiclithey are s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 2 January 1840

f. fi .' '$ fSsT7mm tXKr Wf A 2U1 rr X&ili :xr BY ADAMS Jr MAURIS. THIS DAY at 10 o'clock will be sold in the Store-bouse of II SanderMia nearlhe Cily Hotel; a Urge assortment of clolhingnnd ether merchandize as follows: 43 dress coats 10 over coats 10 camblct cloaks 70 pair pantaloon 10.) Sac vests 3 pieces towelling liO flannel shirt" 15 ps. col'il cambric .f- linen 20 dozen hdics'and gentlemen's ho-c 3 doz gloves 5 pieces linen lawn 30 doi spool - cotton 12 col d spreads G baits she: 2 daz cotton wadding 9 doz bed cords 1 boxes tobacco 3 pieces osr.aburgs G hearth rugs 3 valises 6 trunks ij doz stocks 3 doz suspenders e- ' dl-217 BYCOMPTO:X Iv .SCHUYLER. P P SrllUYLl'.R Auctioneer THIS Day at 10 o'clock a coml'ortabicilwelling-honse one lot on Commerce street near Main nearly opposite messrs Adams & Hairis' store. Terms One-third cash; the balance in two equal instalment: ofSandSimmhs. Also lObbls whiskey a dogin 5 do cognac brandy 1 trunk of fine colts and vests 2 cases ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 2 January 1840

GALVESTON & NEW ORLEANS Steam Packet COLUMBIA. the mi- perior steam skip Columbia IIemit Windlc master ill in future perform klwo trips each month between Gal jcs i ton and New Orleans The Columbia i in rnmnlni- nrHf r nnd has active and experienced officers on ' board. She can handsomely accommodate 120 cabin and 5 deck passengers The Columbia will leave each place as follow?: Galveston each month .... 8th and 2ul. New Orleans do do - Island 15ih. For freisht or passage the prices beinp the same a- lret- forel apply to ALLEN & M'CULLOLGH Jnly 1 dl-tf w211-lf Agents Gait elon . I Notice ok sale twenty-twoleagnes of Land ituaied in the county of Bastrop principall Inmting'the Colorado river; Iti leagues in San Patricio county near Corpus Christi bay: mcnlv leagues and five one-thirds anlocated land which will be sold Ion for cash and goods. Persons wishing to purchase will ple.i-e call at the office of GEO EVERRETTE City Hotel dec 5 d!9J II "-': f A Curator's Notice LL person...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 3 January 1840

ffym ffUUt i- i y ' aaa"- THE STAR PtMishett BaUy Sundays excepted. annum nemt-annnaUy in advance. VOLUME l: HOUSTON FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 3 1S40. NUMBER 219. lo THE MORNING STAR YablUbed Mln MBec or the Telegraph EX J. W. CEUGEE. Terms. The Morning Star is published Daily Sundays ex- cptedat $13 per annum payable semi-annually in advance Adtesiuixo. Two Dollars per square for the first insertion One Dollar per square for the second and Filly Cents tor each continuance. Eight lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year a reason able deduction from the above rates will be made. Steam Boat Cards Announcements etc. etc. will be charged for at the same rate as advertisements. J5-A11 Letters and Communications intended for the Morn- injtSlar must be addressed post paid to the Editor. THE Laws and Decrees of the state of COAHUL LA AND TEXAS complete in Spanish and English just published and (or sale at this office. TReal old IriA Wiukey and Jamai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 3 January 1840

THE MORNING STAR. JOHN W. ELDREDGS. EDITOR. Honsten Friday Jan. 8 1840. The Editor of the Star would jnform its readers that haying attempted several times during his present indispo- sition to discharge the duties of Jib station be has come to the conclusion that such attempts are calculated to re- tard materially and perhaps prevent entirely his restora- tion to health. He has therefore retired temporarily from the direction of the Star which has been placed in the hands of gentlemen who have generously volunteered to assume the charge of its regular publication. And much as the Editor regrets even a temporary separation from' bis friends he is fully convinced that the labors of gentlemen in perfect health and in the full vigor aiid ex- ercise of their mental powers will be productive of much more general satisfaction than thereof an enervated lva- lid. And now kind reader farewellbr a time only u e trust. When we meet again we hope to be able to do onrself and you ample justice. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 3 January 1840

tocratic circles that anyone will adventure ibe most harm- less jest who wouM not pass for a Jacobin or a free-thinker; He nuy make merry with the led captain or thn humble companion or possibly the chaplain (though that was rather in the olden timebefore the French Revolu- tion had taught the upper orders to pay the homage rend- ered by vice to virtue without acquiring pieiy or mor- als.) Any other kind of wit rather indicates if tolerated that the adventurous individual has found his way thither from the lower latitudes of the liberal party.' p. 19. 'Hvpocricv thus described by a French writer wit anl nobleman; indeed a Duke; for in France where even under the absolute monarchy the claims of letters and talents were always admitted the nobility cultivated wit and learning and were a race infinitely superior to our own in proportion as literary men were admitted into their society on a footing of equality." He that attempts to cut with the bark of a knife will fail in his object an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 3 January 1840

GOOD? received on Storage nnd Commission br de 14 dalf LEAGUE .ANDREWS & CO A Carriage and Harness complete for sale by dell d303tf LEAGUE jlA'DREWS CO rEAGUE ANDREWS t. CO have just received and of fer for sale I 10000 lbs hollow ware of all descriptions 5 pipes Holland gin of superior quality 5 do best Cognac brandy 5 do Champagne brandy 3 casks Tennerifie wine 3 casks best dry Madeira 3 casks London dock port vine 10 do pale and gold sherry 50 baskets Champaigns wine of the best brands 15 barrels Clegget's ale a superior article 50 doz brown stout SO doz Scotch ale 1 barrel Usquebaugh Irish Whiskey 15 bbls rinrgar 50 bbls N E rum 50 kegs naibof all sizes 200 sacks Liverpool salt 200 boxes assorted window glass SO boxes fig. blue 50 do white soap 50 do mould candles 25 du French pickles 10 d.i chocolate 10 do Dutch pipes 20 doz common chairs 20 doz cane bottom chairs 5 doz Russian hats 5 doz beaver hats nil sizes all sizes A targe assoitment of fresh garden seeds The above art...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 4 January 1840

"J-ffft fi-ttP (LlL THE MORNING STAR. Published JDailg Sunday excepted at the Office of the Telegraph at 13 per annum semi-annuaUp in advance. volume i.: HOUSTON SATRDDAY MORNING JANUARY 4 1840. NUMBER 220. fefcs THE MORNING STAR PabltoawA Dally at Uu Office mt U Telegraph BY J. W. CF.UGEE-- Terms. Tke Horning Star is published Daily Sundays ex- ecpte d at $12 per annum payable semi-annually in advance Advertising. Two Dollars per square for the first insertion One Dollar per square Tor the second and Fifty Cents lor each continuance. Eight lines or less to constitute a square- To Merchants and others advertising by the year a reason able deduction from the above rates will be made. Steam Boat Cards Announcements etc. etc. will be charged for at the same rate as advertisement";. CrAU Letters and Communications intended for the Morn- ing Star must be addressed post paid to the Editor. . THE Laws and Decrees of the state of COAHui- LA AND TEXAS complete in Spanish and English just pub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 4 January 1840

THE MORNING' STAR. JOHN W. ELDREDGE. EDITOR. east Saturday Jan. 4 184. Three steamboats arrived this morning from Galreston bringing passenger who arrired by (he New Yorkand other vessel but NO MAIL. We know not to whom to attribute this negligence. It it a most serious incon- venience to bur citizens. We have great confidence in the new post-master general and believe this evil will be speedily remedied. The New York we understand brought upwards of one hundred cabin passengers. Among them was A. J. Yates Esq who is bearer of the Treaty between Tex- as and France which is to be submitted to the Senate for ratification. Gen. Henderson was in New Orleans and is expected to come over in the Neptune. He will be most cordially welcomed on bis return to Texas. Wc regard as not among the least advantages to be an- ticipated from the loan an improvement in the character as wellas m the numberof emigrants to our country. If capitalists are willing to embark five millions of dollars in Texas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 4 January 1840

DThe folia wins gentlemen are candidates for city officers M the election on Monday: For Mayor GEORGE W LIVELY. For Aldermen Joan Carlos Chas J Hedenbero AM Tonkins Geo R Carradine Geo Stevens Edward Osborne John H Brown Wk M Cabfh Fir City Constable LEWIS WAY. Q-The following gentlemen are in nomination for moneipal oancecs: For Mayor GEORGE W LIVELY. For Recorder JAMES W HENDERSON. For City Constabtel LEWIS WAY. For Aldermen. H R Allen John Caelos Geoeob Stevens James Cohoer George R Carradine A M Tokxins E Osborne John H Beo'w.v.. Irhe'Sditor of the Star will oblige many cilizensof Hous- ton by inserting the following ticket as suitable persons for mayor and alderman of this city: a For Mayar'eis CHARLES BIGEfcOW. For Aldermen F. Gerlacr Thos F. Gravis H R Allen Jas A Yobno Henrt Keslee A M Toneins J W Niles J W Moore. jan3 d3'.331 fThe followinggentlemen are candidates for mayor and aldermen: For Mayor GEORGE W LIVELY. For Aldermen A Wynes Janes Conoer E S Perkins A M Tonkins Cn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Star — 4 January 1840

GOOD5 received on Storage and Commission by de 14 d803tf LEAGUE ANDREWS ACQ A Carriage and Harness complete for sale by ieUiaOUt LEAGUE ANDREWS f- CO IEAQOE ANDREWS CO hiTe just received and of fer for sale I 10000 lbs hollow ware of all descriptions S pipes Holland gin 'of superior quality 5 do beat Cognac brandy 5 do Champagne brandy 3 casks Tennerifle vine 3 casks best dry Madeira 3 casks London dock port vine 10 do pale and gold sherry 50 baskets Champaigne wine of the best brands 15 barrels Clegget's ale a superior article 50 doz brown stout 50 doz Scotch ale 1 barrel Usquetwaja Irish Whiskey 15 bbls vinegar 50 bbls N E ram 50 kegs nails of all sizes 200 sacks Lit eipool salt 200 boxes assorted window glass 20 boxes fig. blue 50 do white soap 50 do mould candles 25 do French pickles 10 do chocolate 10 do Dutch pipes 20 doz common chains 20 doz cane bottom chairs 5 doz Russian hats 5 doz bearer hats nil sizes all sizes -A. targe assoitment of fresh garden seeds The above article...

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