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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1843

psySwwwwyjv TVigaa ic t '-tiOtF'STO'N PRICES CURRENT. " -nMA.j-nr'i if1rlv. fii 4,1 k TVleirfft.'nli. SH "."-" " ,-; """""'' BY JOHN SHACKELFORD, Jr. ARTICLES. iAT3E& PORTER, pr. bbl. APPLES, do B AGGJNG, Dundee, p. yd I-BALE ROPE, per lb. Kentucky Bagging, -Manilla, - -" - - -'BREAD, per lb. Pilot, -- . Navy, ------ BUTTER, per lb. . C ANiP LES, per lb. Sperm, CHEESE, per lb. --QOFEEE, per lb. -'crbR,per bbl -CORN, per bushel, -COT TON, per lb: -FLOUR new. per bbl. EtSILperbbl. iMackerel, No. I, - . Herring, per box, -jCocL per box, - - GLASS, per box, Window, 8 bv 10, - 10 by 12, FFFG GUN POWDER. per keg. 'Rifle, canister, - - - -JRON, per ton, - - -Svveedsf - - - - -English, - - - - -American rolled, - -do hammored, - -LARD, per lb. - - - -LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar. LIME, per bbl. - - - -LUMBER, per TVi feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS, 2d a 20d, per lb. -OILS, per gallon, Linseed, Sperm. ------ POTATOES, per bbl. PROVISIONS, per bbl. Beef,...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1843

tS&JKH il ltd) m wimm - V- MtiMMlHMhtfflHIIiBH'SSELHL--"- y-r MKB'""''"":- - TBRtHISrB5 m&dyance. . BY GKJG-EIt.& MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. '& Wi K J?I S - Sdbscriptiok, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - S5 00 - 3 00 f vie , 3 " 13 " " single paper - - - 2 00 13 ADTEaTiiNG, lstc insertion, - - per square, S' i . 2d and subsequent insertion, - '- au " Political cards, each insertion, - 4 00 " Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 Adiscount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff on all legal notices. persons desirous or advertising by tbe.quarter can do so on tne fohovkng- terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing Iquare each week, per quarter, 62a ; 5 squares, changin 3 each week, $30; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, S35 a it -j .: ., on miiimni4Brien instructions will un- less soo ier forbid, b inserted bix months,and charged accord- injrly No personal advertisements will be inserted upon any terms. " iVo etedit will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1843

IjEJOftMcMi I ill HI The army continued to march through a chapparal country from the 10th to4hl4lh, when ve?reached the Rio Grande, opposite the moutlithe.mer-.'-,SaladOj" and about six miles from the towr?of Guerrero. The troops immediately, and with great activity and energy, commen- Cdjpas"4agthe river by swimming their horses, the bag- gageVeidg passed over in three small canoes. After the "companies of Captains Hays: and Bogart, consisting of aHbut .one hundred1 men, had 'crossed, a.body.of the -ene-jny'sibrces, commanded liy Gen. Canales, amounting to 350 or four hundred men, appeared within ashoU distance ofihe crossing, as if to dispute our passage. Notwith- standing the disparity of numbers, the gallant spirits who 'hd. already entered the enemy's territory, were anxious t for the .engagement;' the troops on this side hastened to their assistance, and were all greatly chagrined when the enemy, after remaining in new a few minutes, precipitately-fled, and were not heard of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1843

3- T Jaiwfigwaj5?iiiiji'iBW8pwp&-- 3- Y V- -- r r i "As SVlrr-Shaw "is a partner of Messrs. Wilson & Go., "you perceive that the above note is the reply of that House .to my inqiiry concerning the" bonds deposited with them "hv'fkfoali Commissioners. "Mr. Hqlford, of the House of Messrs. Holford & Co.,. informed me tnat tfiey apnea tsonasoi xexas, oearing iu per cenL interest, dated Philadelphio, 1st July, 1839, asd redeemable fn thirty years, amounting to twenty thousand two'rTundfed and Bfty pounds sterling, 20,250, inter- est not included, that other Bonds of Texas are deposited with them, but he' refused to name the amount of the bonds or their owners. In the course of conversation Mr. Holford, however, mentioned Gen. Hamilton as having deposited Bonds of Texas within his House but he did not feel himself at liberty to state the amount deposited. "Mr.Holord read portions of a letter from General James Hamilton dated Charleston June 12, of the follow ing perport and w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1843

MMJKgA& gBLCE-s -G U REE N T .- Corrected -weekly, fas tbe Telegraph, BT JOHN'SHACKELFORI); Jb, ARTICLES. :ALE &'POBTER,pr. bbt aippt.-rs, do4 : BAGGINGDundee, p. yd BALE JtOPE, per lb. ' 'Kentucky Bagging, -- -Manilla, ------ BREAD, per lb. Pilot, t- Navy, ------ JBUTTER, perlb. - --CANDLES, per lb. Sperm, 'UtthOESE, per it). - -COFFEE, perlb. -, -CIDER, per bbl - -ORN. per bushel, - COTTON, per lb: - -FLOUR, new, per ibl. -FISH, per bbl. ;MackereL No. 1, - . Herring, per box, - -Cod, per box, - - -'GLASS, periox, in Window, 8 by IG, - - LO by 12, - FFFG GUN POWDER. per keg. .' Rifle, canister, - - - -IRON, per toa, - - -Sweeds, ----- English, American rolled, - -do hasiraored, -LARD?perJb.n- - - -LEAD, per 100 lbs., Barf LIME, per bbl. - - -LUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, per gallon, 2JAILS, 2d a 20d, per lb. -OILS, per gallon, Linseed, Sperm, ------- POTATOES,.per bbl. PROVISIONS, .per bbl. Beef, No. 4, - - - - , cargo, - - - - Pork, mes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 March 1843

-iafeg' - --. , - , iff - vra Esa l Spk i S I rK'S f ISJm. ?-a A. -J.tf-3i i-5- Hd: civte irJkriS E. ,MB"T3Kf-1 ria5sa ?- '1 .' l'rwISeBi' S-Nri I mrPiv'SS J 'WBJKS-1j9S rU - -- MWWrtgMMMBMflPMJlKg nS&JEf&SS J& advance. Published, Weekly. os 7 at ..lieLend of tlie year. iSfi'-,SISr4La- -ae JiJ4gf TC-J-J-m--k-I USLaEIUlJUfcJi TIJPJJKJ-DLC- , , , k w-v.i--. --- - -i . - - y -- --sU , ---. I I ' , t ' - 3 '...'!. I,' ,, ' . ...III.!. ! ILIJJ: - CJ1I ' J--. ' - . w ' BY EUGEB & MOORE. I 1.1 -IIU 'i la ii. h-h.-jui" im.j P U tfLl S H E D B Yr CftTJ GrE R & M 06 RE. l,10 .. -l .-. ,r- '-,-1 V " ' H. Jli --.1T1LS.., Sobscriptiox. per 1'J monthsorJ2 numbers, - So 00 v.' - 6 " A 26J " r " 300 r ' i 3' " f is " - - 200 i single bapef, - - - - - -13 gjf.Vor-reSti will be given tor subscriptions. Advertising, l-t insertion, - - per square, $ I 00 J-j-r 2i and subsequent insertion ",,-.r i. 50 '" " Political cards, each Jnbertiou, - - ,A " Annauncement ol Candidaierper anrib'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 March 1843

X sjstt.iissssajiJidiiisxiiJBms and ihe next, sensible oalvjSndktfSJond sufferings -of-existcace, we nould moSTgladiye numbdrtd with the dpnrf . .m.. iv-tn-- x- x-- j'lliTl' - WV 1ft? $ - " .Oakland Fe&. 16th, 1843. 2b th&edjtor of-4he-Telegraph: " Sia: 4 bad the-pleasure' on last evening to see yonr remarks on' the 'weto' pxtraordinary;3' and they furnish the'otrlvnforrnatiSrl I h,.ve ofthe'rrsults of ray iate ap- plication to Gongrt-ss.1 The simple facts are these: At the time I left the city of Austin in the fall of 1841, there was no money in the Treasury, and I received from the Secretary a draft on the Collector at Galvpston for the balance due ou my salary as Vice-Pre? idi nt It was sometime after my arrival at home Lefore it was conveni- ent for me to go to Galveston, and, in the meanwhile, the Twbappy and dTsrepuiable act of repudiation had passed pursuant to the Executive's recommendation, and the old promissory notes had ceased to be een the nominal rep- resentati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 March 1843

ftf -.'- L - A 4 r i ' & .-' ' ' .. . - wmmmmBm Ol-ST OF UOUSO'l. '"'Manifest of the Steamer DAYTON, Kelsey, master, from Galveston. February 26th, 1343. ' PASSENGERS. -CbirWard, J. IT Groesbeck, L. J. Latham. J. Welsh, J.JConger, J. H. MagtII, C. Perres, C. Bigelow, Henry F. Fisher, M. Cavenauffh. M.'Frosh, Joseph Daniels, C. ST Hubby, A. C. Allen, S. Allen, i horse. GONSLGNEES. J. Bailey, J. M. Robinson, B. Waldeck, P. Bremonrl, Mr. Frosh, Capt. James Day, A. M. Brooks, C. Shearn, G. M. Hubby, Schmidt & Wilson, Jiuhn to Uo, John Shackelford, Jr., Brown & Conger, M. Cavenaugh, F. R. Lubbock, Geo Allen & Co, J. D. Groesbeck, J. De Cordova, Wm. M. Rice, J. H. Magill, 3. Welsh. WHITING, Spanish brown, "Venitian Red, chrome green, chrome yell Jw'Prussian blue, litharge, for sale by nuv29 d&wtf-365 . J. D. GROESBECK. LATE FRENCH FASHIONS. L ADIEUS bonnets and caps, richly trimmed, silk gloves and milts, calicoes, &c. aug 18 d&wtf-351. SAMUEL MAAS. tvi'tjUtiHT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 March 1843

AN INDEX TO THE LAWS OF THEREPUll inrrrnnnrr....'..,,Mta nml fiill "iTiat H iinsweis almost ev- err purpose of a digest.' It -will be found exceedingly useful 'io'Lawyers, Judges, and, all who 'are required to reie frequently to theseJays,. iforate lor ca- by , ji' ,, - UUUUUU Ut- i.lww I .?: July 2dji&.wtl r.- Telegraph Office. . Ervvci Xrees,'Seeds,'&c -The subscriber cos; yjPr' , i0 onoiv wt! nt tr.nr cnriipn fipld .Tind -:fiower.seeds: Catalogues of which may be had at the s.oteT3 Assorted boxef Obtained; the kinds'such.2s:answerbestin those, climates. GEORGE C. TSORBURN, j t'SSl-lt -..-J, "T ."U"' ll'John sf"New York. Say .yoHK. -Taxes-! , AMiisr df property uporf wlifch the City Taxes have not 3Kf?pnl?a7d foY'theTear l84Yor-ihe. City qf.Houston. - Allen narlett M.,. Block 57, Capitol, 8o,000t 825,0Q " I . j "!" l LotJ, -. WO 50 X" Block 89. Lot5234'& 5, :is;&'U ,oas i iv ' . . 300 4.50 Andrews & Swain, Block 23, Lot'S. ., S150, j 75; Jjjt -tiJ ' 33l, $ 6, 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 March 1843

" V S!Ser-$5 in advance. SrublisliesZ Weekly. or $ at the end i' the year. : . - i - I ' f r BY CHUQER & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE TERMS. Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - So uu .t u g ( 26 " - - - u n 3 !3 . - - " " single paper, - - - - - fxVo credit will be given lor subscriptions. ADVEaTiaiNG, ls't insertion, - - per square, $ " 7 2l and subsequent insertion, " - - c: Politic.il cards. acb jnsriion, - - 3 00 2 00 13 I 00 50 400 " Announcement oJ' Candidates per anno"t, JO 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff-?, on ail legal notics. Prsnn Pmn? o! advertising bv the Quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squ ires each week, per quarter, gao ; o squares, changing 3 each week, $30 ; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, 35. All advertisements sent without written instructions will un- less soo ler forbid, bs inserted six momhb, and charged accord ingly. No personal advertise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 March 1843

From ikfrGclvesion Civilian. An Act concerning Rents, which we publish to-day, strifes' V3aTa step backward instead of onward in the great ckuseof humanity and good government. Our laws had wisely and humanely, protected lhe citizen in the enjoyment of those little household comfoTts which are necessary to eievaterhis condition above that of beasts. His bedding, clothing, cooking utensils, table furniture, and other little articles considered necessary to civilized life, and indeed often absolutely necessary to support health and existence, have hitherto been placed beyond the reach or griping and heartless creditors. This is not hereafter to be the case; but the law is to look upon pov- erty as'worse than crime, and visit it with more terrible punishments for the criminal, no matter how black may be hisuih, as long as life is allowed him, is provided with a shelter from the inclemency of the weather, a place to sleep, and if not with utensils for cooking, food itself of a healthy-a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 March 1843

& i &pjt-- - -y jtaiK -& r .-!-. ?-" vwvy3aglA-KMi.M4.lJAJLyl jt m m. "-- X Cr OLD CAPITOL. itsuii sUSSES rp HIS airy and commodious establh-hment hasl X been neatly fitted up lor tne accommoaation ox boarders and transcient persons. The undersigned, pledge tbemseives mar no pains shall h snared to make their guests comiortaoie. varreai pdias. have been taken fo procur.e honest and attentive servants. "heir table will t all times be furnished with every delicacy the market affords, and a choice selection ol wines will be kept for those who may desire them. The above establishment is situated in.the most pleasant and retired part of the city. . Being anxious, that their guests may be entirely satisfied, they have made considerable reduction in the price on board. rates: Board and lodging per month, . -. ," without lodging, Board without lodging, per week, " with lodging, per week, -"- and lodging, p-rday, - -Breakfast, dinner, supper nnd lodging, each, Horses, per day, - ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 March 1843

AN INDEX mTftEAWSpF Ij&E REP.UB LIC HAS BEEN uyiYii'L. i tiu, WHICH -s so accafaie and full, that it answers almost ev- 'ery pnrpose of a digest. It -will be found exceedingly useful' to Lawyers, Judges, and all who are'required to reler frequently to these laws. For sale for cash, by CRUGER &. MOOILr., Jnly29-d&wti , Telegraph Office ttotttt 'Pmrp.?: Rtit-.tis &c. The subscriber has hF for sale every variety of garden, field and flower seeds; Catalogues of which may be had at the store. Assorted boxes or the West Indies, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas may be r btainfid: the kinds such as answer best in. those climates. GEORGE C.T-HORBURN, 257.tf 11 John st. New York. . f. .' l?ay yoni Taxes! A List of property Tipoo which the City Taxes have not beenpaid for the year 1842, for the City of Houston. Allen, Charlett M., Block 57, Capitol, 85,000, 825,00 Lot 1, 100 50 Block 89, Lots 2, 3, 4 & 5, 300 1.50 85,400 27.00 Andrews &'Swain, Block 23, Lot 8,-. 8150, 7...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 March 1843

-r .frkrmhT rmtfmkrT r rrTTr& c en rr-sm&'cm r k rTrms, ra-rKkrirv :- -as - - '-dTMIlnTI- $ .iifr adasacc. Wwblishesl Weekly op 7 at the ciad "I tlac yea. n XT CHuGEii&MOOilE. Ru UST t.N, WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 15, 1843. VOL. V III. NO. 13-WHOLE NO. 330. ? V , W feT?K! -4 Si.li I m I IKH WH m I -wart it It- SB I wv, JK A M& "i. 1 W B& t-MT MMW ' " .BB V fJfc 1 Wl 1 4M I D kB f K 3H J fc I W m 1 I ? SiH t WvB 3 . -4HU .TJTUa-AAW UUBVaU(NI;- uaaMiML iJAfuv MLaai - 3i y - P t U - ' i "V BU Blffl'S HSDB7,CRUGER&M00RE. Subscription,-' per 12 months or 52 numbers, - $5 00 , " 6 -" 26 " - - - 3 00 . " 3 ,! 13 " - - 2 00 " ,, ' single paper, ----- 13 Idr.Vo trediVrito be given for sub-criptions. Aterti8ihg,-Ui inrtion, - - per square, $ I 00 n": 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 ," - rP)iUical cards, each iaenion, - - 4 00. " Annonacem?n ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rales will be made to sheriff?, on all legal notie-s. Persans...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 March 1843

r' - t- : V a- J- gjrwLyfaaaaajRgasHyav &. "-tufia r. .j -i mm l i ui.ii.i --..). - j- J 111 L"'U J ' J SHi lXUJtKLir TWR'rfeUJ!35aajgfcaa-J--a'-v.Tt -'' i- 8?eSecrtiit!T?ntS&tfe? 4. Secretary of the.Freasury. - ii 5.n SrcreMry of WarA.andavy. v 0 A'torn'-y General. ,-.. 7 Trf'a:mr. - "" - r Sr- Gaifcf Cleric of ihe BureauoMheGeneral Post Office 9. Members of both branches of Congress, during the limp of their session, and for thirty days thereafter: Pro- vided, 'nevertheless, that no letter or package from any public officer shall be conveyed by post, free of postage, unless he shall frank the same, by writing his name and office on the outside of such- letiar or packege. Sec. 2 Be U further enacted. That every printer of -a newspaper in Texas, may send one paper to each and every other printer of a newspaper in Texas; may send to, and receive from, primers of newspapers in loreign countries, any number of newsp-ipers. not exceeding ten, free of postage; under such regulati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 March 1843

mS9 1i Wiftl fmk"HM ; itfwwwjMauwiuawttir 3Mw-?Br gjitt-xwgjjjgib it ymmm 1 .. wuw mmfm'p'i- mki i- fflpMViaiim U ' 3 4i.i 's -.-: . ; v- f,4ij -" " .'- v ,-? 4 )i;i-:J uaJlVfi,:. IT j j., , -. . i : v,? M-taiiwigaaaLctttK&j X i. , -V - T W ia-t trr'o'pniM ANTD NEW. ORLEANS. ftU - " - PACKET. " ' THE WELT. KNOWN .AND FAVORITE STEAM SHIP HEW YORK Jno. T. Whisht, Commander, WIL1L1 run regularly oetween the above ports. The New York while at the North was, overhauled and put in complete order with new wrought iron shafts, &c , and has ac- ' conimodatiuns lor Cabin and' Steer age .'assenger unsurpassed ojr any Meauier in me uuueu States, wilh State 'Rooms andMcfwer Cabins. Freights: All measurement poods taken at 1SJ c per fool J WettarrelsSIj Dry barrels, 75 as; Coffee per sack; 75 cts; Goods takeay -weight, 4 ct per pound; Cotton, Si per bale to Nsw Orleans, Ail goods not mentioned taken in proportion to the above rates. Pjissege: State rooms S25? Cen eC?bin, with same privi- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 March 1843

M AN INDEX TO'IHE UW5UF THE ltii-'Uii Hjf Mimjcr BaSBEEKGgMPHBTE Br TTF'HICH-j :" accurate and full,-jhat it answeis aimo-t ev VV ery purpose of a digest. 'It will be found exceeding useful 10 Dawycrs, Jtuaesand all who are required to itw, frequently to these laws'. For sale for cash, -by .-.- r-i- CRUGER & M00lt.ii, "Jnly-gffo'&wtt Telegrapli Othce. p-FauiT Trees, Seeps, &c Tbesubsctiber hat 'foV" sale every variety of garden, field and flow er seeus, Uaialogues of which may fie had a; the store. Assorted boxe- orthe West Indies-, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas may be obtained; the kinds such as answer best m thus clunfties. GEORGE C. TifORUU HJS, 257-tf 11 John st. New York. OFFATT'S Vegetable Life Pills, Lee's JBilious Pills, and ' 'Morrison's H ygeian Pills, for sale by janl2d.fcwtl.37- J. P. GROESBEE' K. , Pay your 3Tta.es 3 A List of property upon which the -City Taxes have uot bten paid for the year 1842, ior the Citv of Houston. Aerjrcharlett M, Block 57, Capi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 March 1843

V i J 7 TWlS:Jt8-&5 in, advance,. BY .CRUDER & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER& MOOjiE. TERBl. Sbssgoiptiox, "per 4l J W 1-2 months or 52"numbers, 6 " 26 ,r - $ - " 13 " - ?-$5 00 - 3 00 - 2-00 13 (i it cinerlr Tinner. - - - - 3rj- 'Wolreitt iwlll "be given for subscriptions'. ADVfcAisnwtflst . insertion, - - per square, i 2,1 and subsequent insertion, " - Si 00 50 -If1 . TltltnT nrrrAa tavh insprtlflll. 4 00 C"&.nnouncsBxent ol Candidates per anno i, iu uu AdismnrifoflO De'r cent, on the above rates will be made to - r A UlillVHl -, - " -- sheriffs, on all legal notices. - r. ' -3 r r .. a .,.. .clncr he 1V1K nnarter can do so on ) . the following terms jEer 4 squares, with ft privilege of chanstnza bqnares eacn wee, yer umwi, , - i-".y, changing 3each Veek; $30 j 6 squares, changing 4eaclr week, AUadvertisemenls sent -without iorttiJnstractionwni un- lesssao ler forbid inserted six months, and. charged accord - Slo personal advertisements will be inserted upon any terms...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 March 1843

n - - f - CilTJfMfcdgHSSElrTKHfillESSjBMi-i'l tHW'jEggsagag ncssr1 r.TrWw . W "i "?' ?rs vrlih extraordinary velosltv : while not un- ireqaentliwoexfrehff apparent pei?d ure exhib- -ited by thesime comeiifierpnUjparis.af lis course. The rojnet ofY47oVscrib-d oh ariof lhe-huiv ns of 120 di'g". vi xi"cii in R iagftrjc'ay. Some pursue a direct, som-vi 04a i , .mi Others atortuouCand very im'gu-v lar cauJ?Tnurdo-tiit-y confine ibemsevxis, like thfe ptau1 ets, vljb1n any certain region- of ibe-heavi'nsfcbut traverse andifTT titly TV part. Jhe variations nrapparent size, dunniyfhe time they cbnlurae visible, are no Irss rerhark- abletlmn those "oFlht-ir velocity; -sometimes they make lheit-jppearancees'1aint andcBibw moving objects;- witFriiiileTjriio tail-; 'but'by degrees accelerate, 'enlarge, -and nrotv out from thern this appendage, which increas- es hrlerigtli andbrighlness till sal ways-happens in such 4 cases) ihey approach the sun and arecst in his beams After a time theV ajrain e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 March 1843

3r ? y ? Wjeiatoautbqrised to announce Maj. JameReiuts a can- didate for the office of Colonel forythelst Reg'tad Brig. T M, atibjeoexivclection on the first Monday fn April next, march 9 tde " O-iW-e are authorized to announce Maf E. B. Isiehols, as a candidate for Lieui. Colonel of the 1st Kegiment 2nd brigade, T M., at the election on the SrMcmday in -April next. march'Ild&wtdeSSO , - 2 tUMDY' Hampers TrcsA German Potatoes, just received and for Jp tile by -E u SAM'L MAAS, Houston. March 15, 1843. Main'St., opposite Long Row. march 18 d&rWtf-33l SAai'L AlAAo lias just received per stcduier'Dayiou, the following articles? - 7 - ' -. , German Smoking Tobacco, 'Chabli Wane,- Cognac brandy, Alcohol, ,'Fiench confectionery, , Calfskins, Hats,. t- - ' . Morocco, Ljneii Osnabargs, Fine snuff, A generaijassortmentpi Hardware, Loaf bugar, &c &c, all of which J12 offers low for cash, at his Store',Main street, opposite Long Row. Houston, 15th March, 1843. mar 16 d&wtf-3...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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