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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 January 1842

m 17 - -.Ww S?:? EIBIK!U 8 BRaKBRlllBP' IrULKUHIti - ws , yumi.i IHH IIW.w w.. If. Ifo? WzFei the year 842,-iftAe secatA-ytar "'frf& 5?fg bissextilelhi sntnth year of Texian h"l-f& -- , 7n ' ti-rttT'sirrJh rif ihe IlideVC7l-&js $H pcmizu -oc, uim jw -.-..- --j, jvjj -jj. - j;4ft -''2 " rfence oAe Un:7Z Slates. " ? 3& v'-t C 235 sag .JANUARY, ,- 2 5,;iI I 3 " '.. .5 CO S: 5& b; p. ,-; c Pi FEBRUARY, i 2 -9 16 23 30 3 10, 17 24 31 4.. 5. 6 11 1:2-31,-3 18-19, 20 25 26- 27 1 -7- 8' 14, 15 2;i- 28 22 29 APRIL. SM -" sag : r sse MARCH, 5412 g5 kl - 8 : if MAY. ' ?? $v JUNE.", SS -, i 5i ."-... . 3EwS - jnCT.- : 3& :. : &T' sf august, StfS x6- 13 7. 8 14 15 M20,21. 22 ;t27 28-. '. : 9 1G 23 3. 10 17 24 11 18 25. : 9 12 19 26 .-6. '.13 '20 27. 14. 21 28 ;ifj7,.13 24.-25 '8 'i-5 22 ,29 2 . 9 16 23 30 1 . 8 15 00 '29 12 19 26 3 10 17 24 31 2- ,9" 1.6 23 30 6 13 3 10 17 24 31 '7 14 4-- 5 , 11 12 i8. 19 25 ;26- 20 r-l tit'. .28 4 11 18 25 12 19 26 Is '12 19 io "' "I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 January 1842

-.y.7 HMuraffitfireB-& ai . tophus mmm .?, smm -jJ&ff iaafcrice- " " ' Published WeeMy. IT "i niiiTiTi ri'ii'nim q Swii.iirtiMidri Basa pUBLXLi) -CRUG'ERivtOORE. 3BPBK1KS. , ., 12 months or 52 numbers, .- $5 00 ,5 ,h c. 2G '" ----- 3 00 a ' . 13 " iA. 2 00 'SbBscmWioKliec mftJiU belven (or Subscriptions, v -&&Jfk inleVtibn; - -- persqdare; S 1 00 " 2d ancLsubsequent insertion, - - 5U Pomical cards, eacn insertion, - 4 uu . T u nnmlricement of Candidatefper anno t, i 000 lAfeebunfof 10-6er-cent$ on'tbe above rates will be m&Ie-to vur7Esnr trs- Per 4 squares, with the privilege of . c . . vr dnfricmaDer. i - - - i -, am LU&JUllvntiih -. - - - All advertSeraents sent without i9sirncUons wilUn- lesTsooaer forbid, be inserted six montbr, and charged aCcord- flonersonat advertisements will be inserted. S5S0o any transient adverser, under any d SSSS eterms are rated in specie or its equivalent, in Tex- as or states paper. .f .mrJ Munitf iTMACtfNCERN. AKEOT?ICE-thatl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 January 1842

'"& ti 5J I l - jfr . 4 t gards each iudividual, that iujs thejplaj8$f providence that man should work out his own 'salvation through evUere is thequestion-Howevex it is needless to trytosetue it; noone can form a notion what soit of a oeirig'man would be who should'never have known evil Itisenough for us to be fully persuaded, that to work for gopdj and by gooajusaii tuat man snouip. auempr. - " TneAlmightv.can educe good out of evil ; but the man svho presumesojiSje evil-as an instrument, takes upon himself a feariul-rra fatal responsibility. 13 ' ' ' j vesi'd' - ' From ihe Alhenceum. ON THE INFLUENCE OF THE WRITINGS '-". ' - OF GOETHE. ; T 'Brief biographical Notices of Goethe having appeared in'lUl'fhe 'daily papers, we must presume that our readers know Already, that'he was horn in 1749 at Francfort on thelain, bf respectable parents ; 'mat he studied juris- prudence at'Leipzig and Strasburg; became early in life distinguished asnn author, and was in consequence, when only"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 January 1842

?r". i .-..- ...... .,w ,J--J. 1. , r- , 4Mp4nwMat'' law5" jnb1. .-- -, . - - " i ""jr. --TKi -- iir-: ' ' - c iaMllM8.,!gB 3saci,'''tim& NEW ORLEANS BATES .OF MONEY. , Corrected from the. Bulletin of January 14. HOLLAND GIN. A superior article, loi sale by oct 30 d&wtf SHEPHERD & CRAWFORD. SPECIE. .'Dollars and half dollars 5 IHmesdfhalf-dimes -, 12 Amencah'gdld ,.- -.' 6 Sovereigns ' r - ?-S5$S r T - - . i ..Vni - " -'sj UU -"17 25 Twentyifranc pieces Doubloons. Soanish Do Patriots t.-, 1B 37J o' 16 62J -EXCHJIN GE. a 6 per;cent.prem. a 16 " " " a 8 " " " a 5 20 " o '4 10 " al7k-50, Iondiia760 days "- Pans350 days " -New York, 60 days Do Short 'Boston. 60 days. "Philadelphia, 6Qdays Do.. Short, Baltimore, 50 days -Havana, snort U. StatesTreasurv Drafts 6" a 13 "5 4 i 6 - 5 1 - U -dull a 14 per cent. prem. a 5f.5 " " a 5 " " " tf 7 " a u " " scarce a 2 discount small demand a 2 premium LIQ.UORS Consisting ol Whiskey, Kum, American Uin French Brandy, (ass'd brands,) Holl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 January 1842

- f - " '--""-''-atf" v-th- :ft"-lij ? - f - ' IWriHTTi Ml III I I III ill 1 ", Mso2??Kaa?3ss??agS2l 3 S5SfeaevSfeSiS5n5SS m tmaSBUaJB3ttaiwtj h-.W.tf--t- 'JmM"wiM3n 12teaiiJulfa-t-'LU'' jag causes $yNfIN8-H80SGfiLEHBAIV m vrS sse -J3Uaufce, anrf tte sixty-sixth' of the Indepen-yg 2Z.cirncR of the Ihiited Slates. ." .fcrti " ' , . - . i 2ct - ,. on j? i--is 'a J 5 ? B.S ?!?. ec -'TAsTUARY, ' is ;! ' ' -.Si - - i o FEBRUARY; OT o 9 23 .) i. a- SSfe" Sag aSBRCH, 3 6 13 20 27" j 10 17' 24 3r 14- 21 2S vs,f , 4 5, U-512: 13 19 26 -6 7 13 14 20- 21 27 '28 -1 8 15 oo to' 9' r16' 23 3 10 17 24 J so. -4. 5 2SS a-Ar-. 2S sit pif-rUE- ;?-. ,-, -1 2 -3 7 8 9 10 U- 15 16-17 21 22 23 '24 7 28 29 3031 6 13' 20 27 i - v " "M0 4 11 13 5J Cti "iVjjIlOj -5 1J ' 1 8 i 15 22 2? o 9 16 23 30 ?&r 2 5 6 V2 13 i 19 '20- 1 26 27 12 19 -26 10 17 24 31 14 21 28- -6 13 20 27 4 11 IS 9i I 14 21 '28 5 i2 19 26 -r 2 8 9 16 23 30 15 22 29 4 11 18 25 4 11 18 25 1 8 15 22 29 6 13 20 10 17 24 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 February 1842

y$bt &&WD 41 3 ''QfcflKBS Las 2j?er-Si '$5 in advance. JPublislied Weekly. or $7 at the end of the year. BY CRCJGEB, & MOORE. HOUST CXN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1842. YOL. YII. NO. 7- WHOLE NO. 322, -'ptfBLlSHJED BY.'gEUdER &J100RE. TERMS-.- r,,HSusauP7iojr, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - $5 00 3 13 -single paper, at'.' H,. - - 2 00 w . " " . -singtepaper, ."."""" f anSpKb trcff -arill he siven for subscriptions. .Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, $ I 00 " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 " " Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 ' " Announcement olCandidaiesperanno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sneriffi?, on all legal notices. ' Pprsnns desirous of advertising: bv thccnarter can -do so on the following 'terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, 40 ; 5 squares, changing 3 each weelr, $50 9 6 squares, changing 4 each week, 6QL AH advertisements sent without written ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 February 1842

' JiWikyL'iwi r& : 4 Bills authorized to be issuedbyihe provisions of.this act, shall be paid out for noatherpurposethairthat of-carrying out the objects of the general appropriation acts of Congress? Sec.9. -Be it' further enacted; That all land dues (except the land tax) and all payments for patents be made receivable, as'heretofpre, in the liabilities of the Govern- ment," . - - - Sec. 10. Be'it further enacted, That all laws here- tofore passed authorizing tjie issue and re issue of Pro- missory Notes, and their reception in payment of dutips or taxes hereafter to be assessed, be, and the same are hereby repealed. Sec. 1 1. Be it further enabled, That this act lake effect from and after its passage. K. L ANDERSON, ' l Speaker of the House of Representatives. m EDWARD BURLESON, President of the Senate. Approved, 19th January, 1842, SAM HOUSTON. MEETING OF THE CITIZENS OF HOUSTON. On the 28th of January, at 4 o'clock P M, in accor- dance with previous public notice, the cftizf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 February 1842

V.T iv . Jl'SA1 y.raawMkMJu vrist. Ageatsi for" the Telegraph .. JELcbrison Owens, Eranklirj, Robertson Co. ' ' - CaptTTSomaSaT. Babe, Payette Co. A. M. Lewis, Columbus, Colorado Co. Dr ai1. 'Payne, Oak Giove and Cedar Creek, 'Wash- ington Co. -A. -S. Mc Donald, Victoria;" S. Jf, Powell, Matagorda.'" Geo. A. Patillo, Patillo's and ,Mount Holland Post Office, Jeffersoa Co. TL C. Doom, Jasper and Zavala, Jasper County. Judge W. EI art, .Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches County. Col. Jt H. Berry, San Augustine, San Augustine Co. Edward Smith, Elvsium Field's, Panola County. Judge J. M. Hansford, Wood's P. O. Panola Co. John-H. Waxker, Port Caddo, Panola Co. . Jacob: McFarlin, Eppersou's Ferry, Bowie Co. TL. H. Graham, Clarksville, Hed River Co. Col. J H. Johnson, Jonesborough, Red River, Co. LACK-SMITH TOOLS. One set Black-smith tools complete, and for sale by J. SHACKELFORD, Jr. COFFEE JO bags Havana green Coffee, just received and lor sale by ap 20 dif-w J. SHACKELFORD, Jr. BRANDY. 2J Pipes F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 February 1842

W 2S2SS?3S3Y3::c5 MTi9URTiNG-H0US;E p&ENftSR, jt JjfyrizrtC ear lore, unng ; -aet-utu. yeu, tr u ' ?W" vcndence' and flic sixty-sixth of the Indepcn-w 'dence of the United Stales. to, S 3 '3 a. c rrj 02 if m . i- - l&n sag -l-KW- JANUARY, 1 8 15 22 29 39 2 9 16 23 30 3 10 17 24 31 4. ir 18 25 6 13 20 27 7 14 21 28 12 to 26 4W 3si w FEBRUARY, 1 8' 15 22 2 9 16: 23 3 10 17 24 4 11 18 25 5 12 19 26 2o 6 7 14 21 28 m m w 13 .20 .27 T MARCH", rpHK TOWN OF UENEVA This town is situated on the Tnni- JL ty, seventy-five miles above the town of Liberty, and forty-five below Cincinnati by land ; it is pleasantly situated on a high blufl on the river, lssvell watered with springs of freestone water. 4 Geneva is destined to be theplace ol trade and deposite for all that rich and fertile country Lake Creek and San Jacinto, and is surround- ed withthenchestcountry of land in TexaSjandm the midst of a thick Iy settled neighborhood. Geneva in pointof localit y is surpassed by no town In this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 February 1842

MFX" .y H t fc. - S ,i f , aor " - V- K 'rtt r-v -' '-TBMM&-5 in -advaoce. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. SoBscbiptiOn, per ' i - IS" months or 52 numbers, 6 " 26 " - $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 5 i dor ' u ' tl lA " l3 " ' " " " single paper, - - - - No creditmillhs given for subscriptions, Advertising,, 1st insertion, - - per square, - , "- 2d and subsequent insertion, ir Tti:r?.-i -arl. each insertion. 4,00 ' Announcement ol Candidates per,anno"t , 1 0 00 A discount1 of 10 percent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff-- on all lejral noticf's. "-.-, Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can dp so on the'fohowing terms: -iPer 4 squares, with.the privilege of chancing 2 squares each week, per quarter, 0: 5 square, changing 3 each week, $50; Guares, changing 4 each week, . " All.advertisemenus.senfwithuut wfif-inslructions-will un- less sooner forbid, beinsertetlsix months, and charged accord fo personal advertiscmenwill be inserted. - 'bcfcdtftoiZiecn'toany'transieyadve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 February 1842

in this section of country, are aware that the aforrsaid Bayou flows along the western-.boundary of our corpora- tion, and whoever willbe.athiroubletb uace this beau- tiful stream a short walk jibove'townvwill find the ruins of that ancient mill, and many relics of"ttfe mill dam still tobe seen" . - '- - . For ihe Telegraph. Tp THE IIoN. IpRANClS Mpore, Jr. ; V Sir:;.Connec;ed, like yourself, -hh a public' "meeting of the citizens of Houston held on' the 2Sth ult , I shall offer no apology for obtruding my private views on the subjects which called that meeting together, and which $e.enUo absorb, as they deeply concc rn, the solici- tude,andlnterPst of the whole People of the Republic, as weirasof our friends in the United States The position of Texas toward Mexico Ins been said to be "peculiar and critical." It is true, that it is ''peculiar and critical;" but not so much from the fact that Texas is in any'jmrnediate imminent danger-of beiug overrun by Mexicoj-as that the latter po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 February 1842

s From the Morning "Star, of the 5th. Regulators: -We dip frpm the Redlander of the 17th uk. the following articlewhich exhibits the method of proceeding in the "free state" ;when a citizen is to be banished. We think these regulators, if they have not studied the classics, must te somewhat acquainted with them, since they have adopted a system of ostracism as unjust and probably as pernicious as that which was in vogue in Athens in the days of Aristides. We wish the list of names attached to this note could be extended so as to include cZthe individuals concerned in these nefarious transactions, for although justice may sleep for a season we cannot doubt, thatshe will erelong be hrard exacting retribution for every infraction of the laws. We learn that land is now worth in Shelby County only 10 cents an acre, where formerly it was valued at more than twenty times that sum ; and the tide of emigrationhas completely turned from that count', which is shunned by the emi- grant of anoth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 February 1842

.T ' It M !-"t it", . H-HNVIW-, x "-J" T F TUST RECEIVED and for sale. aaSHPJSFsBlBHaiGin, lbbl.--Monongahela Whiskey, 10 bhls. nrttne Beef. 29 -sacks Corn. AJfine lot of "New Orleans Sugar and Fluur, jus! received by Galveston, Aug. 18. wtf-301 M.1BARC1A & Co. 3 HALF pipes supenorDupuy Cognac, 2 quta. casks do do i pipeHIadeira Wine, ' - -6 tierces fino white reflned Sugar, , 10 do yellow do do 'Just received and for sale by M. 4 Galveston, August 17lh. GARCIA & Co. aug IS wtf-301 PROSPECTUS OF THE THE undersigned propose to publish at Clarkesville, Red River county, QTexas) a weekly newspaper, with the above title. The paper will be edited by Charles De Morse. It ii designed to represent the peculiar interest of the great section of country bordering upon the Red River, and stretch- ing down towards the counties of Milam and Robertson, Nacog- doches and Shelby, so far as it may be compatible with the gen- eral interest of the Republic; and it will endeavor to represent the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 February 1842

!-3f jyjwy.i i -. V-T ; t "4fef THIT H ' ! I " " LiOJU m ..H . I ,rrTirr.r-TT 1111 ' . , rK'12RjfIS-. 8 M advatec. r BY CRUG-ER & MOORE. PUBi.lSrl.tiDBY CRUGE R & MOORE- t e --. ?i s . ' Sobsceii'tiox, per 13 months' or 52 numbers, - $5 00 3 " 13 " - " sinsle nnner. - r - " I, -- o --- 2 00 13 -VA'o trcdii will be given foi subscriptions. ' xDYErtising, 1st insertion, - - per square, $ I 00 . S&l and subsequent insertion, - 50 " Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 " Announcement! Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to .-oerifiV, on all legal notic s. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 Suiarcs each week, per quarter, 10; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, $50; G squares, changing 4 each week, " All advertisements sent without written instructions will un- 1 s soo .er forbid, be inserted six months, and charged accord iniTope...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 February 1842

Tg rwigi(rnts& "PTJpfe h IViiTt'" --;.: J&'y-V .. U V-biaiuSi ' CjudgmenUshall have been rendered by anycuurl ot i.us ' fieouplic, if the plaintiff; his agent, or atiorn.-y, shall make affidavit before the court, or cler,k thereof, m which jndg- rifeut was obtained, that the defendant, or defendants, Luili, , or have, no property within the tcnowieuge 01 sucu amu.., in his or thei possession, of which the d.-bt can be made, nnd.that such affiant has just reason to believe that anotner peison, or peisons, is, or are, indebted to said defendant, or defendants, or hath, or have, effects of such def.51d.n1t, or defendants, in his, or her: hands, it shall be lawsul ior the court, or clerk, to cause the peison, or p rsons, sup- posed to be indebted to, or supposed to have any elKcts of said defendant, or defendants, to appear at the next tern, ol . such court as garnishee, or garnishees; and said court shall examine and proceed against said garnishee, or gar- nishees, in the same ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 February 1842

i injw ii i "B1!" ni " "r " " ' - ::x yRg flfSTir V.-iKf -iM "Mr "pgimni .-jwagBrgrMy . wj;j vTn "We are informed that, since the accession of Santa Anna to the Presidency, whilst all his arts and influence have "been used to conciliatethe spirit of revolt in his do- minions, and to. bring back the rebellious Provinces to their allegiance to the Government under the new dynas- ty, Yucatan has been prevented from relinquishing the independent position she assumed, soldi by the confidence she reposed in the pledged assistance of a part of our Navy. Although the Government of Yucatan is reported to have consented to terms of re-accession to the confedera- cy, yet, it is believed, from the best intelligence we have upon the subject, that the Republican Party, (which is the strongest and most popular Party in that Province,) will maintain a sturdy resistance, if the Texas Navy con tinues to co-operate with, them; and. on the other hand, the withdrawal of our Navv will doubtless hasten th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 February 1842

Sr"imit$( lip, y jmlii iji, - i rv y zr:r-ms23E2523 XEOtlVh-DbyldiearrnvaN client F c.onrr, "PnL-pt Tlew York, the foil cl scnooner Col. licnspn,ii.d owing wpII selecteci'as- sortment of Groceries, Cutlery, Hardware, &e. &c. 12 dozen eilel and forks, 20 11. cotton wrapping twine, 100,000 cut tacks asVUizes, 0 boxes soap, , j 2 i...i,,!.j!!i,)imU. 3. " starch, i-ESi, . J" .fperunoa, 4 ie 10 10 Jnr.r anri WindOW DUUS, i . u.. uv, Lund. saw files. 9 kegsDuponts F P F G rifle X cut and mill saw do, pitt saw 0.0, newter fo ets. powder, 1 barrel spts. turpentine, 10 coils. iu.ii.iUa rope from t 1 inch, 2 boxes bar lead, 30 demijohns from 1 to ogallor 4 bar'ls molasses, new crop, C reams wrapping paper, 10,(K 0 cigar?, a superior quality SOdoz cops and saucers, 6 40 kegs nails and spikes as'd. sizes, 2 doz. grubbing hoe, 2 " painted pails, 50 sacks sail, 10 ps Kentucky Bagging, u: :AU .-..,- Bf on doz. edzed plates, CWs 30 b,5s shot,. -Ported sizes, 4 " "'russet brogans, 6 bands br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 March 1842

jyay"ua!ltrijy -Xip&Tr't3p,'nw" "l&waFi! Vgf -5 4fw5BftC. '-3? """ m ,- - .fR-TOjmnajTR J EpFO CT TMMJfZ-$5 la advance. 'CD JPublished Weekly. raraaa wmm V 1 jvi (ZC- J 3' S-1 SY CRUGEB & MOOKE. 3 (Mr 2 00 13 Si 00 50 4 00 p.fJSSfsrfEDiiY GRU6ER & MOOUE TBJtMLS. SuBscrarTio.v, per 12 months or 52 numbers, -,i 'u -g 26' " - - ' " 3 " 13 " r" ti o u c?ncrlrTinnPT - - .4- jufe.w ,--,.-., No-credit willbe given tor subscriptions. Advertising, .'dnsertion, - - per square, - '24and subsequent insertion, " iroimcaicaiua, c" ""- .. . nn "- ' Announcement of Candidatesper anno i, iu uu discpuntof-lO-per cent, on the above rates will be made to i&rfnlS by the quarter can do so on 1& 35- terms: Per 4 squares, with the- privilege of SSg 2 squares each week, per quarter, 0; 5 sqaares,- cfihfpQ ecF week, $50 ; Squares, xhangmg eachAveek, All advertisements sent witboulicriisn. instructions will un- ghp.o ler forbid; be inserted bix monthbrand charged accord ISXoersdnal adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 March 1842

r"-5- -"2jfe- fk &&&&$&: irftf t II- notte entitled to more than fifteen dollars each, per month, for their services and provided, also, that there shall not "be employed, at any one time, a greater number of assist- ants, overseersand guard, than are absolutely necessary for the management and security of said convicts. Sec.. Be it further enacted, That all female con- victs sentenced to said Penitentiary shall be employed, at -working hours, in cooking, washing, serving and such other domestic duties about said Penitentiary as may be necessary in 'preparing food and clothing for the convicts and laborers about the same: at all times, they shall be Icept sep'arate and distinct from the male convicts. ' Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That the daily allow- ance for said convicts, injood, shall be sixteen ounces of beef, or twelve ounces of pork, or eight ounces of smoked bacon; one gill of molasses, sixteen ounces of corn bread, eight ounces of potatoes, or halt p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 March 1842

fnia--i iCgggSg paw" NT u rji ."Thepifly way, ihen.io remedy this evil, is to devote our attention to the -home productions of all.the necessaries we cantraise-in this climate, and deny ourselves the luxuries ofotner countries altogetKerf By pursuingfthis plan our ? 'Sagacious lawmakers will find themselves jroinus the revenue they are trying to extort 'fromjhe people by-this unjust systera.-and will be ultimately led to abandon a proj jeer so absolutely at variance with the prosperity of a . cottopffirowinst country." - Wiile such opinions are entertained by the citizens of that section; our revenue officers may in -vain endeaver to carry the" new tariff into full e'ffecr. Unless the citizens of ihe"7EasLJw.iU cordially unite in sustaining the tariff, the government must necessarily suffer for the necessary means of support. MLkducx Fight. Wc mentioned a week or two since , 'tmttasmall party oT Commanches had passed down the San Antonio below Bexar. They were pursued "by a party of...

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