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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 April 1844

JjgatQjS4gg5Kf iMfrfcg EgGP RRE$! IV Ccrtectea tTeeitiy lor tne xaegrapu. ' jm.. BYr76HN-SHACKELFQR5'3H.. ARTICLES. ALE & PORTER; pr. bbl cJBfeGING;DHpaeP p. yd .;BABEROPE jer lb. "'Majnila - .- - .--- ;3READ-pelb: Pilot - Navy; ------- "BUTTER per lb. QAN4DBBSperlb. Sjjerm otijiioiii per id. - -- COFFEE perJb." - - CfiaBK per Jbl. - -v iEMtfRjwtreogja -eifiai per bbl ' JZ ' r ' f55? 'urJHBrnng' ier box - God; per boxi -j - - -'SLASS perbox ' .ivwwn - - GUW POWDER -pgrjreg-. liiiie. canister. - - - - IROjerton .- - -' vveeds EngIiih ' 4 .American Tolled - -Wo. hammored- - - LE-AD'ptrlbolbs;IBarJ -MMEperbbr. -'. -JgpteEg; per M feet Boards yellow.pme -- MUASSSSr-pec-galloii -- ' "' -VW ujuaa pergaiion Linseed Sperm ?T - - - - 3." POTATOES per "bbl. - BROyiSIONSpebblJ I'ork mess --- &Q ... cnrgoF - - - -Encog- hdiQaf-per lb. - -' Ay .'m'Sniings - -RTEEFFerlb - - - -SALy per sack Liverpool SH.O per bar.25ibs.- -SOAP perlb.B'roxv -SPIRITS pergaiion; .Ghaufpaigne Brandy --.Cognac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 April 1844

- . - J- . - . :i4$frT2r 2va34 P?SKbttl"----V- ' "' T5- S1''" . J -.--. & j: dSii IB "HT... - l'.m . . iMjjntgMrgi: i mii"i iiw nui i urn mi na B 's 1 1 . n ii...- nS3: imi' J-A l I i .Mm nf n b .it utiii yim i n i t h1 1 ft hrJBRlSteS k iu advance. WZ CElTGEH &IOOBE. PUBLISHED BY GJiUGER & MOORE T E El M S . SoBscaiPTiox par 12 months or 52 numbers .l'A. " 6 -' 25 ' - cc c 3 13 " - " "-" single paper - - - - J3Stffc weiJ will be given for subscriptions Advertising 1st insertion - - per square -cx 2d and sribseguent insertion " - . C" Pniiticnlrards. ea'ch inseriion.-- S5 00 3 00 2 00 13 5 1 00 50 -4 00 "' AnnKtncemenrof Candidate's per annoU 10 00 A'dtscount of 10 per cent on the above rales will be made to sheriffs on all legal notic-s. 'Person''? desirous of advertising by the quarter can do .so on thefollowing terms:"- Per 4 squares with the 'privilege of hano-.ncr 2 snuares'each week per quarter S25: 5 squares chang iaf-3 each week'$30 j 6squares changing 4 each wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 April 1844

v - - -- m-mi m- frg?7' -rai5i. " - r3 --.i-' "S?- ' "-rav$a"'pwf-es"fl"$Ppr; wove an argument at I he bar.He followed this business about sixmanths when taking a new notion into his head he abandoned it for that of chair-bottoming. fcjfheraatenal?i8ed in this.occupation was bark vvhiclr no stripped frbtnsthe trees in the summer' when it peels mosffeaslly. Having come home one day covered from head to Toot with mudThe was"asked wherehe had been tbqrhe.had got so thoroughly bedaubed. He answered thltXethad been in a neighboring swamp after elm bark ofwhich he exhibited a strip about forty feet long. "Yes but how doesvjhis account for your being so uSTdy L-aU isn't usual jtoiind mud on the tops of trees." - 9 "No but sometimes you may nna u ai ine couoin though. I'll tell you how I found it. Lcut th&bark near jthalnnt nftha frpp nnrl thpn strinnpfl it linWardfi. exnPCt- itf it tvmM nmo Innn pnrl nrfrl hrp.nlr nff nnd run itself out afterawhile;-tml5t bung on like asuitjn Chancery ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 April 1844

"3r -8gr .-aiirjwiMiitr. j place sopposedlhat they were stolen by Wacoes or Comman- ches. Twenty men started in pursuit of them on the 1st inst 'fld huthiot returned at the last accounts. Their trail led- towards the sources of the Brushy- These per- sonsxpresseddeterraination to pursue the thieves until they i:outd overtalie them for iKey were desirous to as- certain to what laifae they belonged. Western Rangers. The company of estern Rangers under the command of the gallant Capt. Hays has now its full complement of men and is now in active service on the western frontier. The main station of CapC" Hays is some distance west of BSxar. The "soldiers are sent out by turns to scour the country in every direction. The men are all well armedj -and are probably the most happy jovial and hearty set of men in altTexas. They have several full blooded race horses remarkable for their Seetness arfd with them they can at- tack pursue j)r escape from Indian or Mexican enemies at their pleasure....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 April 1844

4ftgQEjffl3JlJiK-T.. . BY JOHN S'aJCLF.Oap Jr. v- -t-iAKTiICEiES. ' -xM5Et& PORTER.-pr. bbl JERPLES; do BArGGING-Dundee p. yd BALE ROPE per lb. Kentucky Bagging - Manilla - r - " " liREAD per lb. Pilot - Navy - BUTTER per lb. CAMPLES per lb. Sperm CHEESE per lb. - -C0FFEE per lb. - -CfDER per bbl. - -CO'RN per bushel - GGTTON$ sS0. - -EL"03GfRTueT:per bU -PISH.Derb'bl. r WHackereL No. l.3tM -- 14 00 Herring per box - - 1 25 CoSper boxjx- - - - - lij50 .LASS per ioxi .-SVindov8bylO. v - 3 Vl'"' .10bvi2. -- 4 SEEG 'GUN POWDER ii?pBtflceg. "-"- Rrflej'canister - iRONper toi; - -S weeds - - - - -- NEnglfsh - - -Ame.ncan rolled - u do4iamraored - - ft T.A.1T It- - -'iina.u-r ji&l U. -. - - From 10 00 5 00 18 10 20 S3 7 6 18 50 10 11 ' 10 30 4 7 50 50 50 00 75' 15 00 15 00 35 - 8 1 50 "I 25 2 50 jjISF.T? Ppr inn h nrT-La-no miuuiroerooi. - - -- a su LUMBER per M'feet -Boards yellow pine - - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon; ' NAILS 2d a 20d per ab. - OELS"per gallon Linseed- perm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 April 1844

r- fiP viijjlij TJBI&ZI&--- $541b. Advance. Published Weekly. or" ST at tfee end. i itie. yesucis . V VKT?" . - -ti IS iw " . wB&HW "va B B1B P (i y I .. ' wmi 1 17. i.yr - n SL-. " -i- ? . ff bx: GR1feM0O:RE. -s HOUSTON WEDNESDAYAPBIL 24 1844. YOL.JX.NO. 19- WBHCE JNTO 438? $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 P DB M HE B B Y CRUGE R&'MOORE " . hsr Ritas- StrB3qtai?Tio.T per 12 months or 52"numbers t g 26 " - " " " 3 " 13 " -?" " single paper - - - - ai57ft&wct "wilUie ziven lor subscriptions. Advertising 1st insertion - - per square S 1 00 -3iV 2d and subsequent insertion " - - 50 -& "Political caTds each insertion v - 4 00 ' Announcemegt of Can&iaateifper anno't 1 0 1)0 'iSiisconnt of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to - sheriff on all legal notices. . - Persons desirons-bradvertisingfby the quarter can do so on Jth.e '-following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of changing 2 squares eaclf week per quarter 25 ; 5 squares changing each weekSSO Gsquares...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 April 1844

-- ?-? .rorbear'KhdwelonBipah oftEe historyof tHis question; If is past xtnd cannndve undone. .We can now only look alitas oneSf annexation if Texas presents ijtjmusj and if she does. IrdortothesitateU)rsay'that the vcuaieuuu 'uuuuiiiess 01 Our Uuioauquiio mui. uauumu 8-accepfed. - Ka military point of view-alone the question beex- g aimned it will be" found to be most important to tl?e United T .Sta'tejojbejn possession of that Territory. - "Steal Brituinhas already made treaties ii'"h Texas; " --" undnvjb know that farseeing nation never omits a circum- ancetin. her extensive intercourse with the woi Id which canbeturnedto account in increasing her military re- sources. - -May she not enter into an alliance u ith Texas? andresef ving (as she 'doubtless will) the northwestern boundary question as a cause of war with us whenever she chooses to declare it let us suppose that as an ally 4 with"" Texas we dre to fight her ! Preparatory to such a movement she sends her 20 or 30000 men t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 April 1844

s1 faSTSt. J' J.Mfc'faa. JfctjLfL. ;e bier as'veafnynohibgvvasf8a?edl:-fnote.ven tlie money andpapeiVipf board? ' -. - . . section has-been senMo market- Itis estimatecUhat the cotton now ready for.shipmenLon the banksof theTrinity- exceeds two thousand ales. JSf a AusTRrAN SsiP-TTeshipAmaliat Guisseppina irom Trieste; arrivedat-Galvestonon thelOthjnst. !Ehis t3Hhe first Austrian vtssel that has everjvisited.TL.Texian port. -n v 4 - - Wire BRiDGE.Abridge sixtyjfeetIongrsuspended Jf-tl&ropes of iron wire.Thaben&qhstructeH over the Miami Canal atBar sstreet Cincinnati.- It is said thisj Hridffe will sustain o-Weigpt or one hundred and hlty tons - - . Mayor oFNE5vrOrRLEANs.3VlrMontegutnhe De- mocraticrcandidate" was elected Mayor of New Orleans by a majority of 228 votes on-tne lst-inst. Treaty with: Texas. A memorial has Joeen presen- ted to theQpngressofthe United States signed' by many eminent merchants of "New York praying for the ratifi cation ofthe treaty' commercend navi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 April 1844

Hfci HEEEBESZSS: f HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. ? " . s m 3-te .iy- -L jn JgyyL 4rARiis:r i$ti&om -EEWEORT-ER; pi Jffil fPBLES flo- BAGGING Dundeep: yd B'ABE ROPE; .per lb. - Kentucky Bagging v v IVlanilla - " - . - r BREp-per.'ib. Eiiot -V ?Navy - - - - - - YBUTTERperlb. "" . 3?A DLES per IbrSjernfc tmESE" per id. - -r vIGJQEFEE per lb. f- MfDEK per'bbl. - - b0RN. per bushel ;& - oojrrt)N;peiijbV-:- - FLOUR ne7per bbl. -" -P-tSH gef M jSjptekereflK 1 - . - "HernSp'box - - igRVoa jjer dox Li LASS per box YVmcknv 8 by 10 - 1UJDV 12 T-iS . OWDER PERGGU vperV Riflecsnister-?-- - IRJ2N ferrton EHdS.f . Vnpshfc.- -j5k -' a-U'00ijpe 12000 Ararirrollef - HJ- 120. Of " doA&amroored - ii50 0C LARBeWf -- -: 12j: p? Yo- Remarks. 0 00 500 -18 Mu ' 2th 23" '" 7 .6 18 50 10 "i 10 - 30 -4" 7 50 14 00 1 25 1 50 .3 50 4 50 900 75 .130 01 ilffiA'plOQ lbs. -Bar jJUMBER per Mfeet s .' Bpary-ellow pinev - IVll.lO MU - TtA' jOILSj-per gallonjXinseed -Snorm - --fltf-- - x HW'.JSli .- 'i5yiB.iUJCiO ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 May 1844

"3ps"- 4T -- f 0 ' -Vf 2!GJBiIS-$ii' li&advaiace. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end" of tle year. ; r -. 3 -. r" BY CRUGEB & MOORE." HOUSTON WEDNESDAY MAY 1 1844. VOL. IX NO. 20--WHOLE NO. 439C1 4 &4&gfc IMMpWIgWWBglMPe5:- -ff j& v - J' - - - - -"1' 5f . i:. t-r- tra&a Ty v -?pp7 .Ml i f Ltf.MU'fSl cs fc-s PUBLISHED BY 'CtftJTGER & MOORE. SoBsoaiPTio.v per 12 months or 52 numbers $5 00 - 3 00 - 2 00 13 " 6 Sib - it g k 13 VZz " rinsrle-Daner. - - - - 3-fe2vV credit will be sriveo for'subscriptions.' Advertising 1st insertion" - - pec square $ 1 00 Jt 2d. and subsequent insertion ." - - 50 .?' Political cards'each insertion - - 4 00 V Announcement ol Candidates per anno1! 10 00 discount of 10 per cent onnhe above rates will be inadeto sherifiSjn all legal nofic -s. Pr;ns deirbus ol advertising by the quarter can do so on the' following terms: Per 4 sqtfares wh the privilege of changing 2 squares each week per quarter &io D square-. changing 3 each wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 May 1844

. j I t 1 assfts of the corporation prove insufficient to pay its credi- tors.then the Slate isjesponslble for whatever amount is justly an equitably owing luuf the holders of her bonds and other public securities need be under noappjehen- sionrjiiuhatshc will f.iitlifully and honorably discharge to the utmost farthing' all her engagements regardless alike-whether they be in the bands of foreign or domestic capitalists. The piinciples of virtue as well as of public justfcli (which. we are confident our-citizens and o ir government-will ever respect and obey) utterly forbid the idea that this y'oung' free and prosperous Stale will ever per- mit one jot or title of her plighted faith and recorded honortofall to iheground." ; . - . From .our Washington Correspondent. Washington April 20th 1844. MrTEditor J I see in theJast Wo oj three numbers of your paper that you Jiave given up all expectations that annexation will be effected. TJirgknowing onis here disagree with you upon this quest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 May 1844

3Fr" jf'jp; S V : and thereis noortfnyjaom TSia.viHiag cfl M!W " SFJE.'S 155 ft " ' mora tziogBnnnfmiaUeri'- - - ji.p.i..;y"-.- r--'-vx cje The Pansapers announce that conspi ... rpnt nati -.... - l imnnl nf thfi llHP. - "" l --i-: i r M dia plaining-or Fran racvwasdfscovered in tfie 70th Reg farmirV'part-ofihe garrison 'of Paris in the bcginningiof March last"; and some. field officers were-engaged init.j It was imnieJiately.suppressEd. Anijscassion occurred in the -French Chamber of Peers orflhc 4ih March in which"the Marquis de Boiseytlifec-. ted the attention of the cabinet to the gn.at superiorityof trie-British Navy'over that orFrance and which he said exceeded in strength the united'Navies of Europe-' He concluded by saying : - ltt recommend the Ministry to be attentive to the move- ments-ofEogJand-ana keep its eyes open to Irejtfhd. -Although last' year the Minister'focForeign Affairs said to this hall that 'he had rio-rightto spfcforfeland'which I'anTfaf from admitting L te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 May 1844

& a J - tim t - att pr- .;. -jc grxr T--y vgy s TiitciJEs. ALEPORTERttc. bbl: AFPiSSB - do BGIISTG Dundee $.j$ i5.flCiiir-Jtuj iiv per id. Iventuckr Bagging -- 3MamUe- -BREA'p per )bv Pilot - Navy - -ijvv' - -BUTTER per IK - CAND'CES.perlb. Spen CHEESE perlbv- - U COFFEE per lb. - -v' CrDERfiper bbl. -COR per bushel FLOUR wbbi. ; PISH per raff" MaqkereVNo. 1 - . --Herring per box - z God pefe box - - - 'T'liASSfiperJbox .A" Window 81)y 10- -f MlPW 12V--- fffg-guipowder Rifle canister - "-"" - - -IRON per ton - - S weeds - - -EnglisB " jj -r J - - - American rolled" - -do haraiflored- -LARD;peraB! - x - -EDper-LOO lbs.J3ar -TJMfc Jtar.KriV .. . - &lBE8; pV M feet ' ! ggoardjrelWfoa -f jyiy its ir -. v MGJjASSES.-feVgallonV NAILS" a J203 pffiJb. - OILS per gaflpn LinseeH "Sperm - "- ?- - -POJEAOEg perbbl- PROVTSidNS pefW-' Beefa 1 - 8r --. . -' cargo - - && - Porlimess v- - - - -r-jjjCirgO - - -BaconnaTOs&perlb - -v. -ISf V.nii3uLings - -RICErper'lb. -t - - ALTJ:pf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 May 1844

-r-g&W" m - - '?5KwlB&3PiH &-SI9) BS&8'V- g - -.jti.-i . - - u im n y. ' s ' . y 2!fiTS.-$5 iu advance. BY CRfJGEB & MOOSE. ftiilnl'SxituD BY'CRUGER & MOORE. " "ij tct bb rre s . -ScBacaiPTiox par 12 months or 52 numbers - $5 00 fi " - '26 t - - 3. DO ic 3 " ri3 -ec i single paper - - - - fNo credit will be given for subscriptions. " ADVEaTiaiKa 1-a - insertion - -psr square . xi r. o aua subsequent insertion " - ci T.i:;.o1 narAa mcIi insertion - 2-00 -IS Si 00 50 4 00 " Annouucement ol uanaiaaies per anno i iu uu AdUconnt of 10 per cent on the abtfre'ratesviirbe made to sberirk on all legal notices. . - - r Persons desirous of advertising by the quaiter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares with; the.privilege of chanin" 2-squares each week perquaner S2p; 5 squares changing 3 each week $30 ; frttles changing 4 each week 35. .c -t . '." . "AH advertisements sent without written instructions willun lesi soo tr forbid be inserted mx months and charge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 May 1844

" 1'ig5?"'9BW - MiMWMMiiMHS - I " MWgMMBBMMMMBZgted jHMfMHWMBaBBgglMBMBeaMBMIiMMie 1 Ulll flf Hill1 hostilities shall cease forthwith onvthe frontier of Texas. EnxSyefthe honor to advise your Excellency that'ifc-niay blbTought to ihe nolice pfbls Excellency thaE bremay communicate to me the measures which the said decree tfxopY&f vyhich is encIosed.may suggest in order that I mayimbrtn jhe Charge d'Aflaires of her Majesty in. Texajffor the'infbrrnation of Jier government. JLhavethe honor to be with the highest consideration vouronost obedient humble.servant. ' PERCY W. DOYLE. NexYfolIo ws (No. 2) Houstons proclamation the pub- lication of 'which we consider quite unnecessary here. tNo.'isa letter of J. M. BocanegraHo Percy. W. Dayle? Hv S. IVJiTrnwAT. PaT-AHE. " . 'V ' - - Mexico July 7th 1843. Dear Sir.--By vour letter under date of yesterday am informed" of what has taken place in consequence of the proposals of which the lawyer Robinson one of the Texiap-prisoners was the bea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 May 1844

" --?"' " lately arrivcd'froin 'ihejrUnhed 'Slates and settled near I by the Commanches on theGuadaloupea few years sine Y'ictoria and it is believed that great numbers of emigrants from Europe will remove to that section next autumn. The settlers therefore are preparing to raise a large quan- tity of corn in anticipation of their arrival. The business of "Victoria is slowly improving. The 'horse boat" in tended to ply between that town and La Bacca Bay has been launched and will be employed in the trade in a few weeks. Boats xost in the Colorado. A keel boat com- manded by CapL Pendleton was lost in the Cotorado a few days since near Columbus. She had been ascending the river but met the freshet and the Captain being una- ble to proceed fastened her to a tree-by a strong cable ; but the violence of the current wasso great that the cable part- ed and she was driven against a tree lying in the stream! and dashed to pieces. There was a large quanti- ty of-merchandize-on board all of w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 May 1844

F r i fr "?KSfc M)UsTON PRICES CtTRRENT. Corrected. tveclcly- for tho Telegraph. igftBuagAsiaas&A . ARTICLES. l J&SEMj P.ORTERpr.bbr BiSGUiNG Dundee p. yd B'&EEIRUPE per lb. Kentucky BaggiBg - Manilla - - - - - BR'EAD per Ik Pilot - tNavy - - - - "- - BUTTER per IK CANDLES per lb. Sperm UciEESE per ID. - -COFFEE perdu.' - -CTpER per bbl. - -CORN; per biisbTel -COTJ'ON.-pdrlb: - -FLOUR mapper bbl. -FlSH-perTbL .-Mackerel No. 1 - . Herring per box - -Copper box - - -" 'jLASS per box Window 8 by 10 - - 10bvl2 - PFFG GUN POWDER perkeg. Rifle canister - -IRON per ton; - - - - Sweedsf - - - - - English - - - - - American rolled a- - do hammored - - LARD per 16'- - - LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar. JLIIEper bBL-- - - rLUMBEJVperMfeet. "Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon NAILS2dtO20dperlb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Sperm ----.. POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl. Bee&J&..L. - - - Forlniess - - - - cjirgo -.. Bacon hams per lb. - - " minrliiTifrci - 5 ""-" too ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 May 1844

t 2 .-ttiB2&a iimidn xwfo JWSS8k Jlttr rr If- T&R.tJtlS-$5 Itt advance. BYCKITG&R & MOORE. PUBLISHED BYCRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Si-bscbiption per 12 months or 52 numbers - $5 00 .-. 6 " 26 "... 3 00 cc cc 3 c 13 " - - 2 00 " l " single paper ----- 13 3&No credit will be given lor subscriptions. Adyertisihg -1st insertion - - per square S I 00 j . 2d and subsequent insertion " - - 50 " Political cards each insertion - - 4 00 " Announcement of Candidates per anno't 1 0 00 A discount of 10i)er centi oa the above rates will be made to sheriff? on all legal noiic-s. Danc Pirnns of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of chano-in" 2 squares each week per .quarter S; o squares charAae 3 each week 30 ; 6 squares changing 4 each week S35. All advertisements sent without loriilsn instructions will un "lesssoo ier forbid be 'inserted iix months and charged accordingly- - No personal advertisements will be inserted u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 May 1844

JS grieved he sends the offender afdrmafcbaUenge which iris-presumed is always accepted. Thaduel takes place on some open ground and all the friends of the combat- ants assemble as spectators. An augareb or couch is then-brought forth and the two combatants place each a loot close to the edge of the couch the breadth of which - Molone divides them. A formidable whip made of hippo- - potamus leather is then placed in the hands of each and .renewed attempts are made by their friinds to reconcile them. If however they are bent on carrying out their -affair of honor the signal for battle is at last given. He who is entitled to the first blow then inflicts as haid a lash ""as he can on his opponent who stands perfectly still to re- 'ceive the compliment and then prepares to return it They then continue turn and turn about to flog each other's backs and shoulders (the head must on no account -he struck.) while the blood flows copiously at very stioke. Not an acknowledgment of pain escaprs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 May 1844

-a. sioners.are equivalent loan admission ontbe pan of our government that Texas is a department of Mexico. The friends of Mr. Clay urge this as one of the" strongest ob jections to annexation. Thus our own government by lis blunders has given theopponenls of annexation one of the most po werfiifweapons- to injure it. A T-fjfi measure is evidently becoming more popular throughout the U. S. A meeting of about 5000 people was held at Fanuel Hall in Boston on the 25 h ult. at which resolutions were passed in favor of annexation. The peo- ple of the Southern and Western States seem to be almost unanimous in favor of the measure and great Indignation has been expressed against both Mr. Clay and Van Buren on account of their opposition to it. It is believed by many leading politicians-that both of these men will lose the support of a large portion of their respective parties & that Calhoun or Tyler will be taken up as the candidate of life conservative party ; and thus the election of...

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