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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 January 1838

PUBUIHH) WSBK&YY CRTJGER. 61 MOORE j PROPRIETORS. TERMS: Subscription, five cloll.irs a year, jpayable in achance. .idierliswg., one dollar a 'tenure for the first insertion, and fifty cents for i-each continuance : eight lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituarj notices of more "than three lines each, cards of paeiigcrs, and an- no'incfcments of candidates for political offices, will be charted at the common rates of adi ertising.. All Jiliertisenienhto br paid for in advance- FOR THE TKLEORATH. Iu the cfnited States Edwaxb Hiu, New Orle.ms. J. S. Ki i lt & Co., Booksellers, MoWta . Ala. " In Texas Railv, Gay Hoxet, WasbJagtoe.' Col. Gto. W. I'or, Columbia. Theodore Bm- .nctt, Brazoria. V. V. Shkpard, Montgomery, Jxike creek. -Judirp Usher, Texana. E. T. Ukincu, fabertv. 'Jos. Rowe,. San Augustine. 1). C CLNMvoiiAU.Jina, or Bastrop. AIB TEXAS EE&ISTEK f'iMe.-rwsimmmmmmammmmmmmmm VOEi. IH.-RO. 4. WHOM! NO. 108. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY HOUSTON, SATURD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 January 1838

LAWS OF THE REPUBLIC; OF TEXAS. OIti.-J- ' iSr of the press engaged in printiug for the government, a draft upon the collector of the port of Galveston. fiayable at sight, for the sum of one thousand dol- a(8. JOSEPH ROWE. Speaker of the house, of representatives. S. IL EVElllTT, President pro tern, of the senate. Approved Oct. 12, IS37. SAA1. JrlUUBiUK. an act; . Te nay the officer and soldiers of the army anil nnrv. Be it enacted, by the senate and house of represent- AN. ACT, ZrTJM5d th federal 'lavs regulating the Post Office department. fafl. I. Be it enacted by the senate and house of rep- sttentalivet of the republic " Texas, in congress as ' aemhled, That section the 9th of an act "creating a olives of the republic of Texas in congress assemble general osi Uffice, Sc, " passea jLiccemocr uie mat, two Hundred ana lilty tiiousand non.irs. o l 90th, 1836, be repealed from and after the passage the promissory notes authorized to be issued by n . 9 'Jf this act. act passed on 9th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 January 1838

1 ' d!nufiniB. LL. persons are hcrcliy named not to trade fur" a certnin nolo of hand executed by me in favor o- J. Smith for the sum of ninety dollars, payable in three instalments, I think, viz: in three, six, and nine months; ss said note was fraudulently obtained, and I am dctcr- Jmined not to pay it unless compelled by law. Dec 17, 1837. '8-3tt IfflST, iN Friday last, my pocket book containing a one hundred dollar note, on the bank ot Urlean'. marked A. 149. A liberal reward will be given to the person finding- it, and depositing it with W V. Shreve. ' A. H. CHINN. Jan. 0,1833. '8-2t WWiV OF RANDOLPH. . 1FIE subsciibcrs take i)!ca-ure in iriving notice thil -- there will be a public sale of Lots in the town of Randolph on the 2"th day ot January next. 1 ms town is situated on the west side of the Trinity river,'at the -San Antonio road. The country in its vicinity is equal lo any upland in Toas, Terms of sale half cash, the remainder six months credit notes w ilh approved so- n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 January 1838

I A JSftTE of hand drawn oh B. F. Smith for the sum m of three hundred, and fifty-two dollars in favor oij Wright and McCrofyVand transferred by them 'to G. W. 7Hanenett.- Any "nerson findinir the same will confer a fifvorsbv haBdirie it to the subs-criher as it can Ub of no aobaiiiltuie to any other person than the oynor of , said ?S& -, ' ' JAMES M. McGEE. " Urf1December 12th, 1887. 105 CA1TKW. ALL pcrsens are cautioned against purchasing a note given bv mc to Mark Frankinslcin, dated be tween the 5th and 10th of October, 1837, for between 700 and 800 dollars; the consideration for which the nolo was given has failed, and I shall not pay it unles compelled by law. YV1I,LAKJJ iSUIDiii. December 6. 1837. 10J-3t OfSJ a n nrrx r.? t a th twz isrn Trc. E. TRHE undesigned having been appointed adininii- "v"l "tratorofthe estate of Joseph Rurch deceased, no- tifies all pereena indebted to the same to wake immedi- ate jMynieDtjWid thosie having dem-.nds ajpiint thesaid ?aucceeiion mus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 January 1838

r' 'v. ir - - . && PUBUSHB0.WEEKLY,!BY , CRUGER, & MOORE, PROPRIETORS. TERMS:" Subicriplion, five dollars ;i Tear, parable liT advance. JldccrUaing, one dollar a square for the first insertion, and fifty cent for iiaeh continuance : 'eight lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more than t!0ee lines each, cards of passengers, and an- nouncements of candidates for political offices, will be charsed 'at the common rates of advertising:.. I .vil advertisements to be paid for in advance Ad ' nm) FOR THU TIOKArS. di tu the United Stat Edwaks HU, 'Few Orleans. J. a. Kmi & Co., Bsolcmllexi7 Mobile, Ala. , In Texas Bu.rrCUr t Uoxzr, Waibiaftsa. Col. Uso. W. i,g, Celumbia. Tasoseaa Bus- .m, iirioria. Y W. Sujmeb, MontfoaMT, l.nke creek. 'Judge Uuiex, Texcaa. E. T. Ukancu, Liberty. Joi. Rowt, Sta AujwtJne. 1J. C Cu-imnuiuu, Mma, or Bastrop' ABM TEXAS REGISTER l!JWaM'WJ-Hlg,IU.lu-,,a11- - -" ".'iL . i3L'."-;J.".: -"SHi 'iWi-iJuiaHi VOIi. IIL-NO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 January 1838

r ik -Sec. 4. And be it further cnacta.jThat all monies wl&cKtaay be paid for licenses to the said board of Vensors shall Dc ttie property 01 tnc game, ami may be used by them in any manner they may think proper. Sec. 10. And be it farther enacted, That it shall be the duty of the president of the republic, so soon as the board of Medical Censors herein created shall be elected, to notify them thereof and to com- mission them, as well as such others as may be duly made agreeably to the act, upon being notified thereof by the president of said board of Medical Censors. JOSEPH ROWE, Speaker of the house of representatives MIRABEAUB. LAMAR, President of the senate. Approved, Dec. 14, 1837. SAM. HOUSTON. AN ACT, Supplementary to an act la appoint a baard of Medi cal C-tisors. v lit J I J a AJG t lilllCtCU 4u wf. OMutw livuitr yj f i sks - V T7 Tu -T ZUfforrp:Jlicof Texas in cadres, assembled, be held on the last Monday m January, 1838, to T ,o c,.bIe-to cIcction af elect tnrce commi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 January 1838

'T'teV FORHBALE. WO GINS, one sixty and one lorty Saw, built under the immediate inspection 01 ur. Jones in Cincinnati last inn, Gins can be obtained from the Manufactory, on the shortest tice, anil or all sues or applying to J'OHN CORNICK Jr. No. 4 Long Row. P. S. .4ny of tho Sam smashing will be replaced bv apply- injrto JOAN CORNICK Jr. Homtnn. January 13. 1838. '9-tf NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Conrey decent- ed, will pleme make immediate payment, and those who have claims against said exate will present the well authenti- cated for payment within the time preicribed bv law, or they will be barred. JAMES KE'RU, Adm'r. Jackson 'o.intv. Per. . -29. 1 RTJ. '9-?t JOHN CORNICK JR. "AS just received nnd oners for tale ou moderate ternii, a I I imnll invoice of splendid Foxnituke of superior workroas- snip .'and warranted to be made of the best materials, viz : 2 Bureaus with Loekiiie "jlnsjei. i Sofa with loose hair cush ions, Music Stools and others fan ornamen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 January 1838

i NOTICE $Yu -o SHERIFF'S SALE iiTfcY-virtuc of an execution-to me directed by the hon . fl -cliible coiiniv court of Harrbbure county, I will! osck.A pubhc sale -at the court house in the city of an thcnis-clvcs the execution of iho fr"T HE rindcrajrncd, executors of tins last wiU nnJ te If A turnout of James Ruth, deceased, havinir taken ui LAND EQR SALE. OHN RICE JONES offers for a!e one league or hnl Iviriu on Cummin' creek, ten or twelv e miles .ill, c:ve nf nee ! irom the Uo'.ornlo river, tins tract wi grnnten 10 nitr. J Tr.H,.. -ion Mrmdav tho 22nd dav of January nest, tolloll persons indebted to tho estate to call at the rc-idcni c bv the Mexican jmvernment as a colonist, in 1830; li the hyaest legal bidder, all the right title interest undjioftbo executors or eithorof tlicm, in the vicinity ofKew thought to be the most aluabl league on tho creek, and t f trl 11 i. 1 j .. .. s, . . I ?.. . aJ n I Wnalnniftnii n I Kit oitimtir j-iI H.. piuliHPir Miwl in.lLft It'll li in (imti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 January 1838

' ' ' Mt.... . ...... i'115 .fllT lO "' ;I PUBi:JSHB'WEBKtY,Y' v r1 CRBGKrl"& MOORE, PROPRIETORS. !a .'TBllMsf: Subscription, fire dollars :i ear, yfvMS-'-iu 'Hdrance. Adccrlhing, one dollar a .iquardUBt thetfirst'linSertion, and fifty cents for aach.cautinuanceh eisftt lines, or less, is considrred AGENTS FOR HE TELBGSAPfiV; In tf.e United States Edwaub Hall,' Wllfsr" rle . J. S. KKLi.r Co., Booksellers, Maeilrf lu Texas Butr. Gay 4 Hour. Wnsklartit. f SQUare! ,tarriage.aiid obituun notices of more "ta'ah pree 'lines each, cards of paisenjers, apd an-, liSancCnients'bf candidates for political offices, will , bt chanced at the common n-les of udvert)siii!:..( vnPJi All adrcrtisementt'to bV paid for inadrance" Col. Uku. VV Pox, Columbia. Thkodouc Stn- T AS JtEtCftTSTER .... uLiuna. . v . siisrAio, luontjoaejy J.ake creok. fjudgp Uihei, Teiann. E. T. l.-ni.Mbertr. W. "Rows, Sao AwnwtjW l). t.'.,CciNioiuM,Mfna, oV Bastrop?1"1 "1V?U L li-i. X5r.i7oria, Vv. . SusrAio. Moutro Lake cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 January 1838

LAfS OF THE REPUBLlt OF TEXAS. 2'&A - . 'SIT vfiif,uii a T,JK ' s - A TV ACT. "4 To define the boundaries of the county of Washington gSjEgLJiit enacted Jby the. senate and house ofre-presentaitvet-ffthe republic of Texas in congress ms- wmierfThjitall that district.of country within the following described boundaries be, and compose the countjrof-W.ashingtoh, (to wit:) beginning at the mouth. of Caney creek, on the west bank of the Brazos river, thencetuo saiif creek to its most north western source; thence in a western direction, to to triii south east corner of the league of land'grant- edtoHarman Densely onlSlill iek; thence west to the ridge'dividing the waters of Cummings creek, of &rj Colorada, and the waters of New Years and Yerjua creeks of the Brazos; ,thence north along saiff ridge 'with the eastern boundary of the coun- uesoiJiayeiie " " "- - .... roadi thence east with said Toad rto the Navasota riveh;thcnce down,said river to. its mouth, thence dralthcjriVcrlBr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 January 1838

.. t f l i U m e-' cr. .C & . m. K,v If & kj r 't i ..?v r ' . ; w-.-tt - Iiclherfnysuoircjikca the said officers can coutinu 7galyetq, act junior, theit;, .commissions heretofore lied:. Be it.known,- therefore!'' in-order to' remev BT THE rXESIBKtT "OF XHls' BBPOTsUC UJ WW:., '''Proclamation. ' ? ; f . HttitttAB it naa osen representee o un : c-. -..oy . cutive, that in the formation of ni-w' t'uul!r 'in this republic: viid in clianging'thboundarits .. ofd s. by severaTiic'ts of congress, It bis so happened tlia. inauv of'the'eounty' officers heretofore. commissioned Kind that their domfcil are cither in the new county'; or. by a. change ol boundnr;.:,j in ucounty- diff.srent froui that For which tkev wore cultiinissiond:'. and doubts haying arisen "-. jrrant-e'so.ch .difficulties,-that I, SAM: HOUSTON; Presitent of; the Republic of (ZfJ.xas', do hereby, order and aVrectthat. where Jbyjhecreatinefjiew.counties, officers heretofore com- missioned 'shall be demicilled within ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 January 1838

I f i .'i Hank TCote Entcravinff, & - KSi rMHJfclfiubEcnbers1 Having esuiDUsneainem&eivca u ' -if JllMuV.CinanmaL OMo, Tor the purpose of ilijUylioIicIipaJironnge from the banking institutions, &c. !lilbA'iA.Wli.nn.n tlrtVn lun SP.nt1 to this CltV (HoUS- WtC,Twkere tnose interested iil.iv, have nn.opportunity of -ATdmimncr.-1 - "" TT J Bank note-papcr,of the best .quality always kept on -ttfan - " f : ' '8-4t WOODRUFF & MASON, Third strcciiuljoining t!ie new banks, N. B. Seals, ar&yBills ;f Exchange, Mnp, &c., neatly executed. Jan. 6, 1838. NOTI'CE. j $sjHrlWr? ;??.? .V.iTin.'rf from Now York with an as dLKiortment of well selected goods, which, n he h So house to dispose of tbem in at rotml, and as it will he hToSffi-ririiJrffi'ror-e Kb can erect a suitable building for that purposo,tho subscriber has determined on selling thb tock out by tho package. The nssorlmcnt is -i general . .n. rniiMRfiW of niece ffoods, reauV made clothing, hard 1&ref erockerv, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1838

" r.-z-TTZSfT '" 5. . . AaJ&NTS . cucr.r.it &, -mooui;, i'koi'rtetors. TKKMis: Subscription, file I()ll:r; a eai jmyI!l- Jii advance. Jldicrlis'ng, one dollar :i Csiiunri" for liio iirst jti'crtioil, and fifty cents for u$ FOR THE TELEClUftfr k-l9 9 8 Orleans. J. S.'Kkllt t- Co., BooiwIero, Metssv Ala. In Texas Bailt, Oat & Hoxmr, Washing. Col. Cbo. W. Pok, Celnmbin. Theodore W (.ett, Brazoria. ' W. W. Shsfakp, Montgomery, Lake crook. 'Judge Usher, Texana. E. T. Bka.sch, Liberty. Jos. Rowk, . San JAurustlac 1). C. Cv.vmxuhmi, Mina, orBastrop. fiusuiiceiicnt nf i-:u:didnlis Cur political offices will REGISTER. -b5 cbar jcii at ibc common t-.'zs of adiertishii-. - . .! i;dvertic:n:.-iiua lie paid foriiiadia: T'J ace Hpuiimm lttWU'-'BW??"&sV,9V J oAJPs"1 jMUWfmjomvwgiiMm 3tjTJvimu-jiaatla.4JjagiAv.-4.i!t wusHiiAj.!iji-gMwi i i i ' vol.. lis. ;v j. 7. whojmb no. in. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY HOUSTON, SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1838. rV VdOLUSHBD WEEKLY FiF JBHHB All TEXAS AD.UIN1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1838

LAWS OF TILE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. ii'Jlf r.t ' Awn ! v.'.t a 7 r major, and allow him such fccs as they may deem Art. 16. All the acts des: :nated in the two pre- proper. i ceding articles shall be kep secret, and the names lltf W,Y .rf8. u .r-nr.oetij A , AN ACT ., . -lo incorporate the town of Brazoria. Sec I.; J2e ittcnactat by the senate' and muse of representatives oj me repuouc oj J crns tn congress as- sembled, .That the citizens of the town of Brazoria, be and they arc hereby declared a body politic and corporate' by the name and title of "The Corpora tion the town of Brazoria, and by th:it name maysue and, be sued, implead and In- impleaded, anajnar hold, and dispose of real and personal ca- late in said town. .SSec.'2. Be', it further enacted, That all that tract of land, known as the old and new town of Brazoria, shall be the limits and boundaries of said town. c Sbc. 3. Be it further enacted, That an election shall "bV. held in said town on the first Monday in January 'of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1838

s itnid that the Caroline waYfilled with visitors and not soldiers!, j Tin-word with thcroyalists was, "N'oprisneJ .noqinrte5' 'Jn: Editor Jiojq wuo attvraptcu to escape were kiucu, wiiii a ien cstrp- i Viiius the boat was ret on fire and with the remainder to ed t , into. the current on the Canadian sue, which soon c.irricu 1111 .orsrlhe falls. The'rovalists cave three cheers for Victoria, airl under rni-r . .V. 1 ,.l. 1 . H Jw the Houston Telegraph. I htvarcsd vour paper with much pleasure, and have !)ien much pleased to find that you arc disposed to do justise to the mora: cluiracter of the citizens ol this re public. As "fads aire stubborn things," and actions & louder than words, permit mo to mention to you lor nefit of vour reti'rrs, a few circumstances which have come within mv knowledge recently, which tend to convince m' mind, that our citizens have some regard for morality and rengion. 'Thirty-live hundred dollars were lately subscribed at San Augustine, for the erecti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1838

(Ab NEW GOODS. A " rTTOOAlAS SdELDON & Co. haTe just received a large and f Ufif general assortment of ready made CLOTHING, consist- ting of Gentlemen'! Cloaks, 'Over.Coats, Jyrock'and Dress Coats , of (different colours,' assorted Vests, Pantaloons, Hats, Caps, JShoes, Boots Pumps, Hosier J, &c. &c., Laaies Cloaks, Morocco and Prunella Shoes, all.of which are offerewhoIelaleancTretaillowfor cash.6 They expect to re- ceive in'a'fewdaysby the schooner Mobile, Parlour, Cooking and Office Stores and'StoTes Pipes, together with a large stock oPBIankets. a Houston, Jan. tl3,1838. f '9-tf ' CJEVEN of JPratts superior 50 and 60 S.uv tiins, warranted in 13 every1 respect, for sale on long tinie b - 3 j'!W t:zr. ' ' S. t,. .TONES t CO. r .AhoPROVISISIONS, LIQUORS. 4. O. uintana,Dec. 20,51837. '9-" " "DOSWELL $' ADAMS, TKTtAVE .received by recent arrivals from New Orleans " and o'fieVfor sale, 8 bbls brown sugar, 20 bbls rectified w hiskey, 2 tierces loaf do 2 bJf pipes Holland gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 February 1838

-IfU-JJ-WT 7 v O CKUGER &nfc00RE,J 'PROPRIETORS. i aTERMS'.J-Suottripfion, five dollar! a year, r FOR THE TEdkGRkt?iS-J O !lr'&7-.. In the United States Edward Hah, 'payable ialadvance.-r-iaWftjmgv one dollar ny square-''for tle, first, insertion, and fifty cents for each continuance: eight lines, or less, is considrrc I a square. "Marriage and obituary notices of more thau three lines each? cards of passengers, and an '' nouncementt of candidates for political offices, will be charted at the common rates, of advertising.. , 99S& Orleans. J. uiuicu oiuics euwajid AlAU :jpur . S. Killy & Co., Booksellers, MeMe, !' Ala. In Texas Bail, Cay in Hoxit, Wasbiartea. Col. Geo. W. Foe,'' Columbia. Tacoooxt Bis kktt, Brjzorfa.r5V W. ShKrARD, Montgomery, .Lake creek. "vJinlgp Ushlb, Texana. E. T. Branch, Libert). .Jos. Rows, San JAujastloe. D. C. ;uNiioit4Mj-Mina,-orBastrop. A. fe KEfirlSTEMi , -All advertisements to oe paiu ior in aursince- JUHMl'J il'liSIWIW'lfll'H'Hi '"J Mik'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 February 1838

'V LAWS -OF. THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. n " - - J-", .fdrj.MksYf . SL -itf iMicsVT ,J .S&C3irA . - i r&esjssiass&Bsrz f AN- ACT, - 7n rnrntirnrrr. strum nnvitrnlinn. Wh&83 it is conceived .that the. best interest of the country may be advanced by the entouragc- mentof-the navigation of the Gulf of Mexico by ' ' steam, packets, and,as the tonage duties which are rilheaavancement orthis desirable object, inasmuch i!-il," -v . .' i.., , ..,, .. hi,,!, aa.ine,, emigrant is -.uuipcni-u rcj .. .-v ...to.. Bn?Pttfor- passage, thereby preventing many from C:visiting 'the country who would otherwise feel in- . 11.4-y An an fhprnfnrf!. !c"SECrl. life it enncta, ty nc senate nnrf home of -: representatives of the republic oj lexas, in ooiigirw -Caiscmblcd,Tha.t each and everjr 3tefimPacketwni?11 'maVarrivc from' any foreign port at any port in Texas, be and they are hereby exempted from the 'pafmfenf of,any tonage duties; provided, suclr pack- :wetshrlabe bound aat each trip to tra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 February 1838

,,, .,.., v HODSTONi PRICES CURRENT. i adJafo; sno, W1M, Ho- -. JU.o, hums pr-ib - ........ &. -...-,, -. -- , v j-fe Jifx. . '.- lb ,1 2o iLiAro, pr keg, scarce, TFresli, P,er lbiV " . owlet'... I -'I L - - . io-.n, . .Cod, - - - -. -,,-$12, I2 Gi .ss8 bj 1U, scarce, B, UU 10 'lObTl-i" -- 10al2 vn n. nnwn1n' ...- lk- o I JU UUIIUllULIijIIU JU tlATs,, - - - - SbaJa - 25 15 a20 (LAjtr Oil, ' - - - - $3 50 ,t- , LiC7mder, per jJl - - iu a oo 10 a 15 - 13a 15 S!(lilBoTriR)bykeg,t'- fcis i.ii ( retail,' . Pntrtrfl. npr M - ""V - - $1,50 Meal, -.-,---- 3,00 Molasses, bv bbl - - - 75 50 Wails, per keg, -. - 17,00 TtnoTS. ner nair.. J- - 8 a 15 'Candles, sperm. pcr,lb - 75 ill Tallow '-''- - - 50a75 'Coiin, per bushel, -- $3, 00 Cricceks, butter, per lb 50 CnEpsE, - - -j - - 50 fCmjjKKNs, per pair, 2, Ofl Coffee, jperj lb j(- - 50 Eggs, per doz. - - - 2, 50 Flour, scarce - - - $25 Fish, Mackerel, No. 1, pr bbl $25 Nn. 2. - S22 Oats, per sack of 3i bush. 9, 00 $25a30!ONioNi, per bbl - -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 February 1838

NOTICE. rTIHE late firm of Wood'-Page is this day dissolved J-1 Jby mutual consent. William cWoodJs authorized to collect and TeTtU , all f business "m, whiclTthe firm was 'concerned. .Further, Sol. C. Page relinquishes all right, -nJUle or! claim to any and all property which was or may xvebeen bought, contracted or bargained for within' the it -'-? 1.1 --i : p.i c ;, nme 01 ine ojuujuw ui mo mm. Jin i n ' , FOR NEW ORLEANS, - i lo .Heuiton, Nov. 1. 1837. ,WM. WOOD, -.SOL'N C. PAGE. j '10-3t un i , LAND ,-v, INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. . 'JO3P0MASH. BORDEN and ROBERT D. JOHNSON - have established aa office in the city "of Houston, ami will attend to the purchase and salerpf real estnte, and procuring titles for those who" have already made entric in Austin' col- ony . They, have in their p'osses'ion maps and pi its made iroin ;, .actual survey, of Austin, Dewitt and Uiryn's col wiieVi list of aU the original grantees in the same, together withthe -nivccs-1 ''siorisahd augmentations made b...

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