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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 April 1843

-B Bawsrwss-fiZTsasssBBai veaB&"&-v T'iiUu V i039M- 1 1 TO LAWYERS, CLERKS OF COURTS, JUS- 3TICES OF lTH& PEACE, AND CONSTABLES. T LANK A ffidavits to obtain Attachments, . .j j Jsonus iaaiiauuuiciiw, , ,.,. .., Ft. Fi. against plantiff-F. F. for cost, " I, Stated Warrants, ,t . - j-' ail, -. 'nitiftrnnc "" l-e " Mitimus for Capitol Felony, 'i gsAlppeal Bond; t '! V , .Itecognizance to appear and.teshfy,. . ,,,". , do do to iTosecuie, - v n Aer to atroear and answer, A-iMKiiat "Ya"ents to bring belore the Court, w. 'L , Letter? ol citizenship, - v -. , " Summons for District Court, , j . ti .. -p County Court, ii Sheriff's executions for State taxes, ' j0 do for County taxes, " Justices Supasnas, . . " , Estray Bonds, j. .tii, - Atta'ehmenls, ' " District Court execution, ir . ( -Powersof Attorney, : r -.1' Warrantee. Deeds. . , ,i. , Thele forms fiayabeen Hrawn up bv one of the best and most correct Attorneys in'the Republic For sale at the Telegraph Office. NEW FLOUR,-...

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

Ai jjvt'!wagag?ceyjpyjg 1 1 jijjwwma' 'nwr -afevjfei-asf , i jijti Jug i awwwfiMWPgi (i n 'j T J rp J8ij lot J w 'JJ.3 . (nasi 'n mm 4 ', ' A 2IEjK.fl'.$ -$5 in advance. Published Weekly. BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUST N, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1843. or $t. at the. ead 4 she year. VOL. V III. NO. 20- WHOLE NO. 387, PTJBLISHED-BY CR'UGER &'MOORE. . Subscription, per 12 mouths or 52 numbers, - $5 00 Jt -" 6 " 26 " - - - 3 00 1 - - ' 2 00 - - - 13 JF f" ." 3 13 " " single paper, - - - - "WrTcdit will 1e given foi subscriptions. Adveutisino,- 1st insertion, - - per square, $". 1 00 2.1 and subsequent iuertion, ". - - 5f "u political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 r " Atunoaucem?ni of Candidates per annot, I Q 00 . A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates willjje made tp sheriff5, on all legal noiies. PersonsJesirons of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following" terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, S25 ; 5 squares, changing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 May 1843

& mortification and shame, not for ourselves, b t for that authority which thus adds insult to injury. We are- now ordered out with your own criminals as scavengers of namelessfilth. But there is adtuyas humble representa- tives of our own country, beyond which we dare not go. We furthermore protest, that if peace with Texas be desirable, she cannot with honors to herself in any possible mannenpnterlairi lheqTiestiohduruig the continuance of sucheatment. . Howeveriris not for the undersigned to Vead lectures to your Excellency, upon the policy of such treatment, but of its justice the whole world may judge . - -sWeihavenhe5h6nor toTbe,1 vaK B " - v Veryrespecifulty, ., ..atfm. 5" Your Excellency's ob'jt serv'ts, .- .:- -WM. S. fisher: T Zi b u THGS. J. GREEN. r - - ' April 5th, 1843. To'HisjEzcellency, the Gotfr Gen' I, . of the Caslle of Perote : Sire. We have "beesi ordered out by our officers to perform unnational and degrading labor. In the name of our country and the whole ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 May 1843

V J l whfcbaastdbeirmpnointmems: 'nd-knowiugiUis7wenAlayiick5S. M. SwensofifS'. EPdr"ren, Mi ZMer,"-D. V fear;' for fitness for their station W& not'one of the tea- Harvey, Schmidt & WiUon, A. Phillip, J. Shackelford. We refer particularly to- the sons for their selection barges to the United States'and France. If unfortunate ly our apprehensions prove true, and the interests of the country are sacrificed to ignorance and incompetency, we shall not hesitate to express our opinions of the system of appointments under which the people have groam d ever "since the establishment of the Government There have been"a few honorable exceptions, but they have only serv- ed to render more glaring by comparison, the contempti- ble inefficiency of the mass. Weliope this, poor misgoverned Republic will yet find her day of triumph in her regeneration from tlie thraldom of ignorant legislators, and paltry public agents." 4 The Brazos Farmer says the editor of the Telegrahp franked forty cop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 May 1843

v ag jgy -rTpyp:iilli yM JB ?r y - , 'ft -.r m s WSIEE&Sr -&&$ OF'&OUkTS, JVS- TJCES OPTHE PEACE; AND CONSTABLES, "DLANK A ffidavitsio obtain Attachments, Bonds ln-AuacnmeniSf - "Wriuj of Attachments, jSnmmonsibr Gamashee, Pi, ,FL against glantiff F. P. for cost, States' Warrants, fJ Sapasnas for witness, jJHitinnis for want of Bail, ? , -. l . Citations, ' , , jMitimus for Capitol Felony, j '.appeal Bona, -Recognizance toppear-and testify, do do toitfosecuie, . do do to"appear and answer, Warrents to bring b'eiore the Court, Letters of citizenship, Summons for District Court, do ,, 4 County Court, Sheriff's executions for State taxes, do - do for County taxes, Justices Supamas, - vStray Bonds, Attachments, District pburt execution, 'Powers of Attorney, Warrantee Deeds. These forms iay-eibeen drawn up by one of the best and most correct Attorneys m ihe Republic. For saicat tne Jt eiegrapn Office. i . ' UL il ii ' ii "I " -' ii ii M ' M II -JCr- .J V- JNJEW FLOUR, COF...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 May 1843

&ipia a SsWr'n. 39Mb.' UJj d'J-,- iiJ U'Ji.. li - - V 4 J 4 TEMJfI$ $5 in advance. Published W&ckly. or $7 at the end tf$fte year. So 00 3 00 2 00 13 S l 00 50 4 00 BX CRUGER & MOORE! i? w PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERM S. Sobscriptiox, per 12 months or 52 numbers, i u g og " - t c 3 3 t " " single paper, - - - - jTNo credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertising, l&t insertion, - - perbquare, " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - " Political cards, each insertion, " Announcement oi Candidates per anno't, 1 0 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the aliove rates will be made to sheriff:?, on all legal notics. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, $25 5 squares, changing 3 each week, $30; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, $35. All advertisements sent without written instructions will un less sooaer forbid, bs inserted six months, and charged ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 May 1843

V v? : u. j yqt-'uMJ .ji.hu, .j.-. ,HHBU1 EST tllJJ"..lJ.-;tJJWta-gwiJfcJAXbA'-il-JgPl -wucjUESfc.u II i i l-rrr-?Wa. - yer and man his intelligence, courtesy and impartiality have won our confidence, respect and regard There- fore, Resolved, -That themembers of the Bar bear ready and cheerful testimony to thezeal and industry of the hon. P. C Jack, exhibited in disposing1 of. in an unusual short space of time, a large and much litigated docket. Resolved That as a Lawyer, Judge Jack merits our highest-confidence, as nn impartial and upright Judge our rnost perfect respect, and as a courteous gentleman our es- teem. Resolved, That C. W. Buckley, Moseley Baker and X W. Henderson, Esq'is., be appointed as a committee to communicate to Judge Jack a copy of these proceedings, and procure their publication in the City gazetts. R. C. CAMPBELL, Chairman. F. UL Lubbock, Secretary. gasita Aoaa's Proposltlosas. The undersigned being authorised by the Supreme Government of the Rppublic to hold ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 May 1843

- A 'J CCiaaAu I fill HhWHrrrWMHM. 'I a ers that ihev had and have a different object in view. We-leara that the leader of the expedition is namegJKV'ar- field, formerly a citizpn of Louisiana, but holding the commissioif Colonel in the Texian service. He was in this city IastJNovember equipped himsllf -for the expe- dition, arid in December left the frontier for Bent's fore on A. the Arkansas. He had in his posstssion blank commiss- ions in the Texian military service, and by the exhibition of them, and the promise of office and lewards under the Texian Government, he no doubt induced many persons on the frontier to engage in -his enterprise. But the ob- ject of it, he avers, is not to rob or molest American tra- der -but to proceed to Santa Fe, and in the name of the Texian Government to capture and take'possessionofthat town. We infer, however, that he will not, object to the plunder of any Mexicans who may leave tins country "" this spring for Santa Fe, after they pass the Ameri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 May 1843

Sf . Ate. TO LAWYERS, clerks of covrts, JUS TICES OF THE PEACE, AND CONSTABLES. B&ANK Affidavits to obtain Attachments, " Bonds in Attachments, 1 Writs of Attaehm ents , " Summons for Garnasliee, " Fi. Pi. against plantiff F. F. for cost, " States' "Warrants, " Supamas for "witness, a -,- - " - Mitimns for want of Bail, "iT" Citations, 3g". Mitimus-for Capitol Felony, . ' , -" Appeal Bond, '" Hecognizance to appear and testify, " do do to Prosecnte, i"1 " do do to appear and answer, " "Warrents to bring belore the Court, j " Letters oi citizenship, " Summons for District Court, " do County Court, - " Sheriffs executions ft.r State taxes, do do for County taxes, -" lt Justices Supoenas, " EstrayUondSj " Attachments, ' " District Court execution, " Powers of Attorney, " "Warrantee Deeds. These forms have been, drawn up by one of the best and most correct Attorneys in the Republic. For sale at the Telegraph Office. NEW FLOUR, COFFEE, WHISKEY, LOAF SUGAR, SOAP, STARCH, &C. jTJJS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 May 1843

IV vJNJh"wfc- -' .--. r - ( eg x fe"V :. ....-r... - . .....J ... ,.,. iLr'JJ S3 iIB " -. 1PJBJBmB(Sj-$5 iu. adTaace. Eublis1ied Weekly. or $7 at the ead i' t&e'yeari. BY CEUQEE, & MOQE.E: HOUST OJSf, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1843. VOL. V III. NO. 22- WHOLE ONTO. 389; s xr fe- ' R e 7 m - PiF'BUilS.HSD BY CRUGER& MOORE. -J TERMS. Sosscriptiox, er 12 months or 52 numbers, - $5 00 " 6 26 "'-- - - 3 00 3- 13 " - - 2 00 jj. - " single paper, ..--.-- 13 'tereiit'll be given for subscriptions. -Advertising, tr insertion, - - per square, $ I 00 ' 21 ind subsequent insertion, " - - 50 " " Poitical cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 " Amouncemeni ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of II per ceat,on the above rates will be made to sherlffivon all lejal no:ic-s." Persons deslros of advertising by the quarter can do so on the fohowing terns: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of-; chansingJ2 squans each weeic, per quarter, ? ; o squares, chingias 3 each eek, $30 6 squares, changing 4 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 May 1843

4 not further to molest the citizens of the frontiers by acts of lawlessness and outrage; and the civil authorities of the country are hereby especially enjoined, to arrest any who may attempt in future to embody themselves and act with- out authority from the Government and if it should be- come necessary to enforce order, the civil authorities are authorized to call upon the militia, and they are hereby required to render such aid as may be necessary to en-force-order and execute the laws. In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto set my hand, mid caused the great seal of the Republic to be amxea.-. Done at Washington, the 27th day of April, A. D. 1843, and of the Independence of the Republic, the eighth. SAM. fctuusxur. By trfe President: John Hall, Acting Secretary of State, Mexican Consulate, 'New-Orleans. 3rd Ma v. 1843. A law imposing an additional duty on goods imported inHhe Mexican republic. Sec. 1st. During the war that the republic carries on against the departments of Texas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 May 1843

-2 HEPrepoTt reached -Vera Cruz about the 22ad ult., that "Com. Moore had been seen offthe coastand the greatest alarm prevailed in Vera Cruz in consequence. The steamer egenerador was in port and abouu$80,000 had just been put on board to sail to Yacntan ; but the Mexi- Jcan officers fearingshu would be captured, tgpk it -off and pat it on board an English vessel. President Boyer. The Ex-President of Hayti ar- rived at New York a Tew weekssince. He managed to abstract about.3,0003000 from his "dafrk dominions" Quite a handsome fortune for a "gentleman of color." Mexican Arm. Mr. Haich .has informed us that -while in Mexico he made diligent inquiry to ascertain the -number of trootw at Vera Cruz, and other towns, and he -is confident that the whole army of Mexico dors not ex ceed 10.000 meti. The number of troops at Vera Cruz , ,j,;t,,. a;a nrvt prr.Rfid 800 on the 20th ult. Most -of them were murmuring -for pay, and the Mexican finances were so low, that the government could not ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 May 1843

JBgWSifctcfc-; .-L-i-- - r- --s . 4 sSC-fe- TO LAWYERS, CLERKS OF COURTS, JVS--ZTICES OF-THE PEACE, ANIh-CONS TABLES. T)I7ANK Affi"davitsto obtain Attachments, JD " Bonds in Attachments, " "Writs of Attachments, summons tor uarnasnee, l " States' "Warrants, " Supcenas for witness, . " Mitimas for want of Bail, " Citations, " Mitimus for Capitol Felony, "-" Appeal Bond, !: " Recognizance to appear andtestify, " do do to Proecute, do do to appear and answer, "Warrents to bring before the Court, Betters oi citizenship, Summons for District Court, do County Court, " Sheriff's executions for State taxes, do do for County taxes, " Justices Suposnas, " Estray Bonds, " Attachments, " District Court execution, " " Powers of Attorney, " "Warrantee Deeds. These forms have been drawn up by one of the best and most correct Attorneys in the Republic. For sale at the Telegraph Office. NEW FLOUR, COFFEE. WHISKEY, LOAF RTTGAR. SOAP. STARCH. &C. TUST received per Steamer Merchant, the following i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 May 1843

ataroug kkbq- 4 J f r-c 1 i p. T&&JJI8 $5 Ibi advance. BY CKUG-ER & MOOEE. -msnrrsn, -JJIgr PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & muuujj. Subscription; per 1'2 months or 52 numbers, .1 .6 " 26 " - it 3 " 13 " $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 -ct single paper, - - - - - rtf-'.Va tredit will be given for subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - : per square, $ 1 00 50 ,t and suosequeui iuciuu, r -ni:,:.nl nar1 pnnh insertion. 4 00 Announcement ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on tne aoove i ... . Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on thefSSin- terms. Per 4 squares, with the privilege of chan- n- 2 squares each week, per quarter, S&; 5 squares, chlni S 3 eaqch week, $30 Gsquares, changing 4 each week, i if ..II L 1 nnlli-C "All advertisements sent without rrc instructions will un- Aiiduvcii . H ix montD s, and char ged accord lesssoo-ier loimu, u mow. mgiy. m personal advertisements will be inserted upon any terms. r ?f!5?,n,H h, 10 anv transie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 May 1843

T ,i i . .j ,nuuT4tJ - ij -nv'STsma. Advertising Sheriff's Sales. The ediiors in several parishes of Louisiana are making great complaints atrainst an act of the legislature of that State, "making it legal for the sheriff of a parish to post up manuscript notices of the sales of propel ty under execution at the Court House door, instead of advertising them in a newspaper. In the parish of Avoyelles several sales have been made under this law, and owing to the want of publicity of the .sales, the property sold for scarcely one tenth of its value. In one case property worth $200 sold for S4.37; in an- other, property valued at $8,000 sold for $1,200. The following sommunication, found in the Nachitoches Her- ald shows the evil tendency of this Jaw: SHERIFFS SALES. Mr. Editor: If you will allow an old subscriber to occupy a place in your columns, on the subject of adver- tising sheriff sales, you will not only confer a favor upon lira but upon the community at large. I am sir in favor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 May 1843

-r""7s. --er-TRw A jaag - k i X 1...---- " "j'L'""""L5Bga Collector of New Orleans, by mail for Washington, was -either stolen or fraudulently obtained in July last, and .some of the notes have been found in circulation, the word ''cancelled" having been extracted by a chemical process. The Collector has recently published a description of these notes, which may be found at the office of the Uni- ted States Consuls. The Treasurer of the United States has been directed not to redeem them. Our citizens therefore should be careful not to purchase any Treasury Notes of the U. S. without comparing them with the lists .at the offices of the consuls. ' "from ihe Washington Correspondent of the Houston Morning Star : Washington, May 14th, 1843. Although Congress is not in session, I have concluded to write a brief account of the proceedings of government just "to keep my hand in," until the meeting of Congress, which, it is rumored, may take place before the period ior the regular session. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 May 1843

A nWgmVER&, CLERKS 'OF COVRTS:JVS- . TlGE&'fO'I? THE PEACE, AND CONSTABLES. . BLANK Affidavits to. obtain Attachments, " ' Bonds in Attachments, " "Writs of Attachments, " Summons for Garnashee, " Fi. Pi. against plantiffF. F. for cost, " States' Warranty, - '" Snpcenas for -witness, , ; Mitimus for -want of Bail, """-.(, i Citations, " .' '"Mitlmusfor Capitol Felony,' yu : ppea Bond, ; - ", Recognizance to appear and testify, ' : i do do to Prosecute, ' do do to appear and answer, "' Warrents to bring belore the Court, ,8i" Letters ol citizenship, " Summons for District Court, do County Court, ,a u Sheriff's executions for State taxes, ' " do do for County taxes, . a '' Justices Supcenas, ." isstray Bonds, j " Attachments, 1 " District Court execution, 1 " Powers of Attorney, - " "Warrantee Deeds. These forms have been drawn up by one of the best and most correct Attorneys in the Republic. For bale at the Telegraph Offir.e. NEW FLOUR, COFFEE. WHISKEY, LOAF SUGAR, SOAP, STAR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 May 1843

Urn at i-utttH : i v !., t ... v i&WBua- mm. y 6 1 V U .o-3f?JBiiCeWS' $5 in advance. B CRUGER- & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. -Subsmiptio.n. per 1-2 months or 52 numbers, - so uu 6 " 26 3 00 2 Ol) 13 ni " 3 " 13 " ''. single paper, 8 y-' Ya .rciti will bs given for subscriptions. uAorsz-nsixr,, Kt insertion, - - per square, -$ I 00 " My 2 1 and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 t'W' Political cards, each insertion, - 4 00 . j, Aiinouncemem oS Candidates peranno't, !u 0J AdNciunt of 10 par cent, on the abjve rate will be made to sheriff-, on all lezal notic s. " 'PuKjns desirous ot advertising by the quailer can do so on the following terms: Per 4 square-, with the privilege of .ehan-m- 2 squires each xveek, per quarler, $25; 5 square, .elnngins 3 each week, 30 ; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, Ail nffArtifments sent without written instructions will un less soo ler forbTd, ba inserted six months, and charged accord No personal advertisements will be inserted npon a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 May 1843

end to the inconsistencies and outrageous malpractices which Houston has resoited To. 'Now, to suppose, for one moment, that the pople of Texas can countenance a system of abuses likeathe above, is to suppose them -sunk lower in tho scale of human degradation than the very serfToP"Russia. Th'eycannot it is not in their nature to submit to it andHhe. sooner Sam Houston is brought to his senses, if he has any, the belter. If he has been tampering with foreign nations if he has abused the powers delegated to him if he is trying to sell the lib- erty of his country, and there are those who think he is some measure should be resorted to which would bring him before a fair and impartial tribunal, and if found guil- ty, sent from the country in disgrace at once. To wait until his term of office expires, would be deferring until the country is irretrievably ruined. From the New Orleans Tropic. k AFFAIRS OF TEXAS. The position of the Republic of Texas in the world of politics, is at this mom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 May 1843

d f- 1 , vonrafSt Louis or some ooint east of it, os it would no doublbe lound necessary and economical for them to pur- chase provisions, to be sent round by sea and to make ar- rangements therefor. Provisions could be purchased and transported in that way at half the cost of single purchases and with a great relief to thetravel, which any how, will be very fatiguing and butdensome. lorra Reporter. - ., . - - .. ci,il, Mr. Greene, a bioker on Front street, lost some three hundred and seventy dollars, last week in the following manner: Two negroes entered his office, and threw down a dol- lar so violently on his counter that it rolled off asking for small change.' While he was Peking it up, Vf -i r ,D nnrl fnhhed them, iheinstru- ZSXpeTSing on'y- has affixed it to a sharp steel, by which a thick fold o. counlerfet He refused to take it The negroes insisted STth was ood. They remained some ume disputing on this point but left with their, booty. It is well (or brokers to be on the loo...

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