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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 January 1852

*' it* in Advance, VOL. XVII.-NO. 2. Published Weekly. $4 at the End of the- HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1852. WHOLE NO. 835 THE TELEGRAPH PuMfifad every FRIDAY, Main Street,' Houston] c ^ >T :;s" FRANCIS MOOIS. Jr.; IB BMli Sabicriptioa far Oao Year) in advance, $3.00. Advertising One Dallar per Square for the first in- •rtlearandF«fty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Tea line*or less to constitute a Square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year", a eamaable deduction from the above rates wiii be ^ To the Hon. President and Members of the Senate, flfntmVmt Cuds and Political Communications will c&arged at the same rates as Advertisement!. JLatc on JYcwspapers. I.—3u!«ribin wliodo not^'ra cxjtrau n_itfp:Jh= contra art einti.terxi a« ymhiajjto co-itinuft tlioir «uf>,eription. %—If aubKriben nr Jer tha "f their pip?rs_the ttlilftTinf uy continue to sonU Then-tiil aH tliftt >.<' p/1'■ X—tf lukeribArs nszlsct or refuse tp tnk* j>-.:>or.4 from am H fr ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 January 1852

t jkJ plants which, grow there. TLe eastern aide, whiob descend* to the Mei'terraneau, and tbs south' end, are mostly precipitous cliffs. 11m doc tbpi* extremity ia a iotty perp^naicu'- Jar nail ' while the summit of the hock, along its whole extent, is e sharp waving ridge, higher at eaoh end than in the middle. Tbis wtHn. of the summit has been oompared In Jbrmtt a Wl—the northern bluff being taken ibr tbe towstfng neck and bead', with which, aa if In fighting attitude, this giant monster bids dsfianos to the world. On the side of the Rook, just.abort the town, is an old Moorish ooatle, which for a thousand yearn has with* stood the warring of the elements and the shook of anati and may Tab for centuries to come, look down upon the ohanging and eventful jitnaiYtto drama of empires lost and won whioh thill be enacted there. What a strange ■ltd varied snocsssion ot kings and heroes had ia agsepaat contended onto death to gain pos- session Of that anoient tower, or to repel inva- din...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 January 1852

river. They were at a point about 18 ■ above Bid well's bar. Jhej sent an In- to Bean's store, on aoma matters of after the Indian oama in, otawled to*the tent, and could only Bay _ about •'Indiana,1' but gave no coher- ent of what had happened, before he the eflbet of hi* wounds. The body waa found by a narty who wont oat in ' IlinlOBid (rtm the eonfaaed re- > by iMgee before fat died, .that be Mf nqdawdby hoatila of two men wsratfbnd tha other -the MfcoersfRanob. this side of Bid- r, Feather river. One of tha bodies ~ aa a Mr. Gallagher, Hie throat had b®en~out and he had aiao seven or eight HijpMiihiimliiiliilj The other body waa tbaref a Uaeh man, whoae nam* we did not Ho'cluo to the Mrfwr haa been dis- The Lps-Angeloe Star stelae that forty-four itaUiti have been committed in that county Tlffiift f|e la t fiftMo months, and that with a very few exceptions the perpetratorv of the aaardeca remain on discovered. Bnt one peraon has been tripd for aaarder since the fCounty was or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 January 1852

Houston and Galvesion Company* /£ LlSltED PARTNERSHIP has been formed . fceuvemlhe^imrtieanatned in this notice, under n tite^parties named in tnis iiou«.e, u jwWlrflhe" 4 abips, approved May ?2th, lSTETotTTa^wrnnfS MAT.^j^Br- tfifl !," who'5s atiisidcnt'fcT t h e ing, vix:— • t, ^ " is tpM-kTBJJHiaitd conduct a mm lves-ton . QMPANY, Rice the General narship consists hi navigating ISfetinlioati oriTSi^'alo feayou and. Galveston Bay, between the cities of Hsualsa "i"1 Gulvttstou, and incidentally on other «troart* S*Hfc&aty^B-6alTCat«n:B;iy,for the purpose of transportetiea ami all other business connected with auch occuptyiou. The Boats used to bo -owned or chartered byib^Oorapftnyr^ 5 a eSpecial Partners all reside iii'.tho ci!y of exsepl Michael McCor- wbo. resides in the city and county of Galves- a flP^artnerf, and araouuts coulri- , follows:-. ' ^ Partner.) •; _ 5.0T0 $2,000 hl«'-ob VV. Ginger . ciSM Dau'lM. Cutler , -T4K,1 Robert BrcwItOf " 50TI A. S. Ruthveii- - 500 I Joh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 January 1852

t&tte I ¥* ii Advance, Published Weekly. mtrntm jsS5w> m* iSiSffW $4 at tin E d t f U # «# . HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1852., WHOLE NO. S36 TELEGRAPH nmt, Mria WMtr tfoagton, . c £-/it :. in!.* f I Iftr r^4--ti ,;!« #:i'i lo* aa /Ie rt.l*Sifcwfc*, $3.00. f Better per Sqsaffe for the first in- CttatsEsv Sadk satee^nent Insertion. 8tptare. ?? • rertising by the year, a thesUovs rates wilt be i mi ftlitical Comuwaications ""111 etolsjat at fie Mne rates u Advertisements. ; JKI&f di) A\ttc8papers. who du not f?ir« cxprMs notice to tha contra m wishing to ocmthkua their >ubscription. —- --*— the diwxmlkiuance of theirpipm, tho to< caatiaM to Mnd litem (ill all that it due be paid. —nuliiiii nrriflm to take tk*Sr papem frooi ther at* SiflKsted, thev ar held responsible dnu bin; «®i otfeted their papers discun- *££ MWlitw* MHdre to pMe^ Wuboqt in&rmins **1.—7b court• him decided that refusing to take a paper or dniedinlflil ll '' 11— *'-r ana leaving t uncalled f«r....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 January 1852

& iffflw i V 3 r ofut tbttii^i inqui* ■fee fiato, rhiclr iguislffed: the too long and t j ve may-Bay brieJy that the end atwhich Austria aimed was no less eoroprehen- aflWhnd 'magbificeai-tnits wickendess tban the • ind ftttal^stru^on^ of the Magyars oople. -JkeM&vs a work begun in by an open subversion of their i f carried on by the'suppression of tho forced not even • proscription u£jhc gar- ro. An ordinary tyrant i*9Mdhave been satisfied with his assured and wise and geuetous spirit, prerogatives and enlarge resisted nfc who meats : protracted through t oCtkiV language, and arbitrary proscription o "they woro. An ordinar; anquestioned supremacy over the civil life of his viotteyOr at moat with penetrating into the aerigKienOT oThis victim and tearing out the in- f&tiato tad omnivorous ambition of the Austrian oppressor, so long as the living obstacles to its potfer could talk t6 each other of their mutual TWrfOWS and Wrttigs, or so long, when tho tongue was silenced b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 January 1852

maim iwsmir |tr«. \ \ vipwu^Mnt Wcelpi of ifcsHio Bravo; dated it contained so additional irffcaikr* iff rolfttioo to Carabejpkrti move- ^gi|K| nji : i f^'Rio BhiTO pOhlishet the report of i\ to the Auyntamienloa of the North engaged in the ' movements. It contains a full ; fc- %nd about Ntafidentee that feSe able to resume _ ,f Canalea as a , document, altogether, is aide ►vi^ittliajat states that be had rtttk and file, at Cera I ro. Toe Grimly 'Advocate, of Jan. 3d, men- tta*-tJ * risiag^ip |rnfcpf aigHrrn iatluft per -day. The tame paper ata^ thA thT Mfgno&i ia now at the bar, ot^Ker trip, up, and will leave there as soon tt$ tharf ia a anfficient riae in the river to en- able her to get up. The agents Tor the steam- ier Magnolia;Messrs. 6eo,-B«tler and Bro- t^er^lj^s(fliadelirMingei*ent3 /ur this steam- to- tkltver hoc cargo at the mouth of the )Heei^ tothe ite^tnar Brat>s: this boat has <b«ett thoresghly repaired during the past Rummer, and will MO in connection with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 January 1852

Houston *oun- Jjpt . - hs*mrt -.-I x tk tht Jtae-ttoek. •tKJc *a %- *& '-" . ^JMPORTEBS^N^^BBSSS, ^ ..■ *« .J.I. TNVITE thft attention of fcov;tt|.ry Merchants to X th4ir full aud general assortment of STAPLE lNCX~DQMESTlCA#li FO R BIG* hy the piece or package. Our Block is (Hie af the ; Jujpaftiafffered in theeity,.aad«mr48#ortmeirt is com- 5(3ete« dCgoneta] inevery (Apartment. :*w sr-.|in«| .Ufr« .«mtei our ExTBswreE Wjhu> Wtffey ■ bffu 1 «;tjbmp)etya«d general assortment of MBAB&MAUR ClOTHING, adapted tathe ijHtfbfai tastes of every section of the eoutitrv. The iliftig ils|i> itment is under the management of our partner in thatTbrancb of oar husiueas, *a i ;-"-,m-iVVILLfAM GARDNER, - who ma practical Tailor, aud is uurivltffdtfor his t«.ete ft^gm-at."'-' * *<•*/.-' 2 WeWrite the inspection of country Merchants to -'daiiioe*, before making their purchases. f~ April 9,1851. wGm799 AUSTIN COLLEGE, Huntsville, Tern IT is perhaps not known at a distance that the Trus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 January 1852

'0 -v - at* $4 at tile End of the Year. Advance, Published Weekly. ■r ■ *•■ NO. 4. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1852. WHOLE NO. 'ME TELEGRAPH P&V.'g'iflSevery F1MMY, Malu Street", Honsfcx*, BT FHAWOIS MODRS, Jr. TERMS .00. «>wrii|toa for Ons Year, in advance, ArfyertShK, Obe Dtllar per Square for the first in- oa,aud fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion, a lijaeserles to constitute a Square. Tj> Merchants and others advertising by the year, a deduction from the above rates will be Steamboat Cards aad Political Communications will caaiged at the same rates as Advertisements. : .w MjTHv oh JVewspapers. SlibaaTttxin wh- do not five express notice to the contra ara-«oiuitlerc<i as wishingtu continue their subscription. 9l—ll subscribers onfer the discontinuance of their p.ipew, the nfcbsher may continue to send them till nil that is due be pnid. 3.—"f subscribers neglect or refuse to take ftviir papers from to^Mnh they ,«re d nested, tho/ are held responsible rants. Po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 January 1852

demand fpt cotton continued activb, and the king swine wet© wallowing in the mud hole, j as ilie tub is thrown to the whale to divert K v v r. fSk. •ales of yesterday and to-day embrace C,5C0 bales. The market is buoyant under a good export demand, and the quotations for middling Orleans are 8 l-2o 8 5-8c. per lb. , - > IMPORTANT DECISION. Judges Hoadlv and Wabbss, of the Su- perior Court, at Cincinnati, Ohio, have deci- ded that the Act ofCoimrnss of 1793, relative to fugitives from justice, is unconstitutional} and that the Governor of Ohio hat 00 right, to cause the arrest-of any citizen of Ohio on the requisition oi tbe Governor of another State. Tbe old construction'of this Act, bad renderedits provisions; intolerable. If a man failed, and was unable, however honestly in- clined, to pay as much as bis creditors desir- ed, a charge of fraud would be trumped up, and the poor debtor dragged away from home in ironi like a fugitive slave,v unless bis friends; would pay the debt; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 January 1852

•'pef ■*?0 V" I" T !jf -1 •: §&£ { % : r. N.4#; -Jt * ■# ' .. i «U r ) disturbances. Id every com- "to possess themselves , la order to seise the arms of the Gaard. One portion of thwa insur- Cbune«y> where they oom- ; another marched on Coalan- ges-aor-Yontre, but the inhabitants resisted, and tor three days prevented the insurgents from forcing their way into the town. A great num- ber dfama?ler communes Were disarmed and sacked.1 ' One fourth of the departments of Franco are now under martial law, The war had not been begun in the manufacturing towns in the prin- cipal cities. It ia a peasant's war—it is a so- cial war—it is a jacquerie. Fa mar tin« on the Coup ST Etat.—In the Pays, La maritine1* paper,} on Wednesday, the follow- ing occurs : "At present we raise our voices neither to approve nor to protest. Wo feel that all discussion is impossible, not only be- cause tho government would not permit it, but becauscuour conscience would prevent us. What wo every day askea ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 January 1852

E. Perkins, and Counsellor at Law, IJBEm CO., TEXAS, ... i& tfeft€ onth of Polk, Tyler, Liberty and Harris. - Dried Beef* - - 1 f\ AAA Lh«. Dried Beef. adapted-for Plantation and J. V/,LH/Lr family jua—worthy tho attention of Plantanr— ''"'""HE'K.T SA**M|, VALUABLE BOOKS, JOST PUBLISHED ARB FOR SALS ST JOHN 8. TATLOR, BOOKSELLER AND PUIUJS8ER, 143 NASSAU ST. Houston Iron Foun- T« B following Books i "yoWs.. . entby mail, free cf postage, t.i , o the receipt of t!ie money tin* E any port of the Unite# for the sanH, \*hioh may be forwarded L>y mail, ctjiho ri.,k ofthe Publisher: TUB SACRED-MOUNTAINS. By-Set- J. T. Headley. 1 vol. ljmo., Ilhujrated, full cl«r ii, Sl.Oil; pittedgci, extra, $1,- 50. \ • THE SACRED MOUNTAINS. By Rev. J T. [lendley.— 1 vol. 18 too., without the p!:ft . S ndiiy Scliool edition 5!) cts. - „ SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTERS. By Rev. J. T. Headier.—1 vol.l3mo,, UlmUated, lull cloth, 51,08 gilt edg- es. 81.50, -5, SACRED SCENE3 AND CHAKACTERS. By Rev. J. T. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 January 1852

► TftE TELEGRAPH TitHA<aw nrf fSWAY, Main Jtrcet, Houston, %'• ' ' If nuuvois mooes, jr. ' •* ^ *'***• ' «)«riattoa for 0 a Tsar, In arfranoe, $3.00. lAvtma?i Oae Mtw per Square for the lint in- 09% asi Fifty Cents for eaoh subsequent Insertion. h lines* less to constitute a Square. I® Wsmlnnft and others advertising by the year, a tenable deduction from the above rates will be iMrteat Cbfds and Political Communications will .\iyi at the tame rates aa Advertisement*. JL.itr om Newspapers. ■uUeriben who do sot five expren notice to the contra ■ mo •ootidarodn* wtahingto contiaoa their ut cription. 9L—If Mibeeiiben oriw tk« dhooutlnuanee of their papers, the ■Miihtr nit eontiau* to Modiheia till til that U due be paid. ntbferiben neglect or wfiwa to take th^ir papers from ho oAeotowhieh ther are directed, they are held responsible 111 tbey ha o settled thou hill, and oidered their papers diseon- 'V-if sabeetibers remove to other places, without informing sfco oebHshes*, aadtho pape...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 January 1852

■fail arlielooked foolish. "Q^ the sum is on'thc r?*ide,v saidhe, turning it over. , -' *••• Ah. silly boy,11 said' Helen, ' here you have den sitting half an ^io.ar drawing pictures, inirtead Of trying to do you? sum. And ncfw, Which do you think "ought; to be"broken, you or the slate V. and; she held it up aii if sbe meant to knock his braiap.out with it- )jkftil up vfit& htiti'lwMittS «it hi9 6<irs,' Te fee vwtf frightened, but iaugh- mg,wft¥Bini. " Presently, however, she onaserious free and §&Jd" -'Now my little * 'wan. you'musf&b to wdrfc in good earnest to f^^'O.Flelen, Uwants onTy twenty'minutes of " can't possibly do this sum ;%nd get./to fcy nine;.. I shajlbolate. _Wb:vt shall I dofMfes Fjfltshar jffliish ine' if- It is not ■done. CanTyOu^just"this oljce. dear Helen!'; ^•0^.|faere> a, dc*"" good sister: just this ••*' ; . t ' "Hpj Charlie, .there would be no kindness .in • that. YOu would never learn arithmetic in ^ that way.5- a .? is ' ; "lust onca^ sti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 January 1852

rence Virginia, reci by the Legisiatoro -of bis !£.- T't is running j. Navigation reported closed i:Evenmg>. Jan. 23.—The ^ .-JSU ■ j _ JK 1| the; . riyer here. a^Iow as the mouth of the a-" ! :-to~ --/i Kivxa Closed . , . s.j,. e riv er at this |;Ucsit*froz«m oTer. Navigation is eldscd j and there is^no prospect that ltf will soou be reopen- "er still remaipa eoiij. osslthjljt, Pittsburg. -Jan. £2.'~KoBauth hft arrived „h,ere but has not yet spoken. mm ^ \ New Ii ork,Jan. 22.—The sales of cotton during the last twfc days amounted to SjOOO bales. Strict - middling ■ upland 8 l-4c. Orleans, * 1 * ARRIVAL. OF THE ASIA* ; •aw#!1! ••-«=-} :■<• •Hi! iU „-ci V-— iFORSIGX MAREEf'. fTi*# •-< ; "ii - New York, lab. 1?.—The sales of cotton at Liverpool during the week previous to the railing of the Asia, amounted to 39,000 bales. Fair, 6d.i middling 4.5-Sd. The. Manchester markets we/e fn an tin- . . '■ . i - - ittrfflwiiiinn SHwiNwd> "*:'V T—4:~ —"" '• ••!* ■' v .. ;-s *k> LOH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 January 1852

' flenry E. Perkins, -Attorney and Counsellor at Law, LIBERTY, LIBERTY €0-, TEXAS, WILL practice in the Counties of Polk, Tyler, . Jefferson, Liberty and Harris. . JfrWjgty a - .-*• v--: _ - Ready Made Clothing & '3>ry Goods - ft In the ww Stock, .T.'i tweedy, Moulton & Plimpton, importers and jobbers, r-"T*f Broadway, New York, +M> ' IlliTE the attention of country Merchant* to 1 their fall and (raertl assortment of STAPLE AlfcO FANCY, DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN , DRY GOODS, which they offer for Cash or Credit, * ly the piece or package. Our stock isotle of the )MfMl offered in the city, and oar assortment is com- jAeti and geapral in every department. In 111 UPPER S TOR ibs OP OO* ElTWBIT* WARE- ,'SfPt HMOSSy wo offer it complete and general assortment of MEADY MADE CLOTHING, adapted to the jraata and tastea of every section of the country. The Tifwk r.g department is under the management of our ~ Mftan in that branch of our business, WILLIAM GARDNER, Who is a practical Ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 February 1852

i^%: mm. JaUF.mmiu- .-- 1 .|A«IW iillT'i j ' ' -v T HMRi> J <Tm. Published "W-eel?! $4 at the the NO. 7 a i *ih- '1l. UJ'i- £ (u Df>0-1 2 ?? HOUSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1852. ' !-■> ■: ?o • f ■•, ••-. r , ;■ xi>V. f> --1 '--""I'*: • ^"-lIt . V ti., -*► . WHOLE NO'. 84G'v; . oC.^tfg,# £ 5 , RBB "TELEGRAPH"* f; jfew.-Hfl ive' claimants. g|jt3 I rateras Advertisements. SStSs^ charged at the notice '.o the contra X—ft subscriber!! neglect or refiusjto: II, u4 ordered. ttKsicjpipeff 4.—V «Bb« riher3 iempv<U<j; other *rWinot 'nfc™>P.§ I he pohli beS ," Rtld the pipe* is scattO Ihe-fonoer dkectioir, they *3.-^1 a^mim haV« decbied that refusjnj to tn ki a }«i>* or deriodiad from the offi< ;e, or removing, *110 iaaviag it uncalled fo , i prtaftlfiselo eTideoco of intentional fraud ! ' ' ue the paper, Rt the end of IlilUjwe <b which he subtcribed, or pajr up i!:o nrrsarafos, he was BounJ for another year." iassasaAMMgsssssisii oataST^f' 1 I . I "l t i| . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 February 1852

■M fK c ar" Tbi s received with much rip- 50880th, on rising to respond, that 1 bo* ifttl for baring the op- j in this place, hoj* immeu- t in. everlasting gratitude to and to hie nobles. 1 am ;^bo«isoeTer in the and principles, I it am proud to say „ .. igments . and with ^tbe memory of the gener- ., Turkey. _J^ tead of any pretensions to aneloquent speech, I would rath- er humbly entreat your kind permission to make a few dry remarks upon facts which perhaps m^ycontribute something to abetter knowledge of Turkey, because l am-confidently sure thst once better known!, Aore attention will be be- i $5 myself. When I was in that La. Rnti Austria in tbefull pride of • their vicfflfy,im posing their will upon the Sol- tea. antj elaiming from him to deliver me and myaesodatee i iVbl true that a?xgrand Divan was held an Constantinople, *!^ not very favor- able opihions .wert pronounced by a certain party opposeatothe present existing govern- ment in Turkey" wbieh induced' the 'Sublime Por...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 February 1852

HE' 2SS ■3c transcended mam conditions t* condi might de- ID-We are authorised to anuonnce the name of A. S..E0THVEN as a candidate for County Clerk, at (he ensuing Election in August next, by i feb 10. 'Many Voters £ SWEATED OR STuLESl, FROM ma about the 12th of De- cember last, a fine black Horse, fivf yeafr>'o!(i|..-iBt Spring, branded with a iurge W pu the shoulder—not posi- tive, buTbeliove the brand is on the right shoulder— white, and some saddle spots on etch side of his back. He has a streak or scar cfn the weathers of white hait that shows plainly, The sWf«f a repe t'jWd around btfft in breaking. He is a VMMWb gtfd rather low across his weathers. 1 will pay a liberal reward for his delivery to me at Col Con y's, Austin county, or for any information that w^ill enable me to get him. Iuformution to be direct ed to Rock Isiarfil, Austin co. . '--v A- F. RAINWATER. Feb. 2nd, 1892. wit 840 BACON AND HAMS. ^ TIERCES Duffield's Westphalia Hams, 5 casks Bacon sides. Per Palmett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 February 1852

p. m ■mhSIM Cholera! TEW 'thirteourg**Ms proved itself all tew iaiUinei ittjwfcpk' l it haf been & 33 should b« without it. Fdr We only aril ^proprietors d«31 ROBERTS tt CO. jZ . 100 wicks Salt, ' • • boxes Candies, lSheaes tarch, .S: 56 soap, 30 •• caiidy,.y • 15 i " lemon syrup, 10 " soda «crack rs, 35 .1' Tobaico, " 80 " 34 qr. baxea raisins. 55 drains figs, isSLMTSS.Safldrf^,' . oi^ned sugar, *.**; > . ■.. * Op." >'■ .-W®** ' ?°-ur ' ; J - i-. : i- •* *\': v . S. ^fy sugar ciired hams, . ' ^ > l~ 2- "v lard oil, * 3 bbls Lisbon Almouda, 3 tierces rice, 2 casks bacon sides, etc., etc., Reee^andforsaleby inarch 2 * . • . G oesbeecx & Co. ir " *m- ' " OIL. Spirits Turpentine, White Lead, .:i i-i. yi, . Vermihon, Chrome Green, .1 Varnish, , ." Yellow. ifSfO't - • Prossiaw Blue, march 2. 'fj Ivory Black, -. Sjd*6? %^X \ .**'•" *• Groesbeeck & Co. 4 iLARGB assortment of goods necessary for ■Xi. plantation use, kept constantly on hand and fot ■ale, by / ,'V: ' - r ...

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