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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 August 1837

j (JIST w 1 & & o V8t. II. MO. 30.-WHOLE NO. 9. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY HOUSTON, ATUKSA1T, AUGUST 12, 1837. l t - ) Tmm fKlMi: AT TEXAS REGISTER Is$ublishfav:eelcly, at the city of Houston, by CnuGnit & Moore, flfeft proprietors. TERMS hs-zfeubscriptioiL, five dollars a 3 ear, payable in advance. JLdver-tmng-j'dne dollar -a square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each con- tinuance: seven lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices, cards of passengers, and announcements of candidates for political offi- ces, trill ,be charged at the common rates of advertising. frtAll advertisements to be paid for in advance. AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH : J. Brent Clark, New Orleans, Baily, Gay& Hoxey, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Poe, Columbia. Bennett & Sharp, Braacria. W. W. Suepard, Montgomery, Lake creek. Judge Ush-JEBj-Tfecatia, E. T. Branch, Liberty. Jo&. IIowe, San Augustine. of AN ACT Establishing the county of Houston. Be it enacted ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 August 1837

V independence of the new government, at least until the lapse of time, or the course of events, should have proven, beyond all doubt, that the inhabitants of that country are capable of maintaining their sovereign- ty, and of supporting the government established by them. What subsequent events have taken place of so much consequence as to compel the government of the United States to abandon that just and circumspect course which it had marked out for itself? The Mexi- can government has no knowledge of them. What guaranties do the Texians now offer th it meet the views of the message above referred to, and which are so incontestiblc that the- have warranted the recognition of their Independence, and of extending towards them the courtesies due to a neighboring and friendly republic, and the kind relations sub sisting between it and the United States? The Mexican government regards that of the United States as too just to suppose that anr ignoble views or purposes of aggrandizemen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 August 1837

I , ' yyr'ffTsffyn rj.'-jJ Hegular line oi Stejosi Packets THE subscriber has estabished a regular line of boats to run between New Orleans, Galveston Bay, Bra- zos river and Matagorda, to sail on the 1st, 10th and 20th of every month; the CONVOY, Capt, Brower,of 350 ton, and the CONSTITUTION, Capt. Auld, of 300 tons. They will, in conjunction with the LEONID AS, Capt. jEfanna, on Gal- Teston Bay, and the CRUSADER, Capt. Hereford, on the Brazos, transport freight and passengers directly to the several landing upon the bay and river. Accommodations, table, liquors, &c. will always be of the first order ; and should there be a failure of one of the boats to sail at the time named, another will be substituted; so that the public can place full confidence in a continuance of the line. Arrangements have been already made by the subscriber to place in theliaetwo low pressure boats, fitted and built. expr ssly as sea boats, which trill take the place of the present boats. Thesubscriber...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 August 1837

J A TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD. I TRAYED or stolen from the enclosure of the subscriber a dark brown horse five or six vears old. 14hnnds htvh no marks or brand- recollected any person who will deliver said horse to L. Kelce3r in Houss ton or to E. Wliineid m Washington, shall receive the above reward. Houston, August 1st 1S37. 3 1. E. WINFIELD. Tierces of Rice for sale by BAILEY, GAY & HOXEY. Harrisburg August, 2d 1838. 2 t. Notice. PAVING done business in tbe land office of Austin's Colony previous to its I being closed, and durinsr that time havin? attended to the entries of ap plicants for land, and on this account i am annoyed with frequent enquiries re- lative to selections. This is therefore, to give notice, that the land papers have been put into the possession of J. F. Perry and myself, for the purpose of ma- king tne returns of the late empresario S. F. Austin to the government, in pur- suance of a resolution of the senate and having positive orders from the state departmen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 August 1837

""VS? IS ,-' & j , w ri t? 1 if ff 3F . - FOIi. H. WO. 31. WMOIiE NO. 3. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY HOUSTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1837. ? lt a ..a4 I TEXAS- REGISTER Is published weekly, at the city of Houston, by Cruger & Moore, proprietors. TERMS: Subscription, five dollars a year, paynble in advance. Jldier- tUing, one dollar a square for the first insertion, and filtv cents for each con- tinuance: seven lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices, cards of passengers, and announcements of candidates for political offi- ces, will be charged at the common rates of advertising. (tAIl advertisements to bp paid for in advance. AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH: J. Brest Claiik, New Orleans, Bailv, Gay & Hoxey, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Poe, Columbia. JIennett &. Sharp, Brazoria. W. W. Shepard, Montgomery, Lake creek. Judge Ush- er, Texana. E. T. 'Branch, Liberty. Jcs. Rowe, San Augustine. MESSAGE OF GENERAL BUSTAMENTE, 'President of the Republic at the o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 August 1837

1 A. t ft least hope that it will commence and progress until this fine country-is rescues from Clerical despotism and robbers : It has within itself more natural advantages and climates, than any.part of the globe. yours, &c. TELEGRAPH. ERITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, Jux. HCHJSTON, SATtfRDAY. AUGUST 19,1837. Surface. This county is remarkably level at the southgently undulating at the north. The streaais and the northorn coast of the bay are lined with forests, the remainder of the county comprising nearly four fifths of its surface is open prairie. Soil akd Pkoductioxs. The soil within ten miles of the coast 'is rather poor, consisting of a.thin layer of black mould resting upon a 'bed of sand and shells. At the middle and northern parts, the layer of black mould is in many places three or four feet thick, and the substra- tum consists of sand and shells alternating with deep beds of reddish iloam. The western portion of the county contains some of the finest land in eastern Texas. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 August 1837

-? ? 'r-"-S5s &m m "W v .4 . . vW&F&z r u NEW ESTABLISHMENT AT MARION. , fVH subscribers have just received, and are now opening at Ma- B rion, a general assortment of Dry Goods, ready made Clothing, Hals, HardwareCutlery, &cy &c, together with an extensive stock of choice Liquors and Wines, Sugar, Coffee and provisions ; all of which they oier to the adjacent planters, and their friends in the upper coun- try, foKCash, orproduce of the country, by wholesale or retail. ' . They respectfully invite the public to call and examine their stock. Thoy occupy the storehouse built by Messrs. Shreeves and G'ay- son, in ihe lower part of the town. MARTIN, CLOW & CO. Pi S. We will take government paper for goods, at the usual discount. Marion,Texas) August 7ji 1837. 83-2m i,i 1? && ELECTION NOTICE. IN pursuance of law, notice is hereby given, that an election will be held at the different electiouprecincts of Harrisburg county, on the first Monday in September, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 August 1837

3fefr 1 w UT1HL HOUSE RjECtUJLATIONS "i For the district andPort of Galveston, !Tkyl"-VSTERSofiP3?el8andallpersons'concerned in the shipment of goo1 nVI -wares and merchandise, are notified that the rules and regulations of th. custom houes in the United State, are now adopted in this republic so far as thelaw and cirrumtinees will per.nit. All reports thnrefore, presented, and all businesdone at the custom house at Galveston, will be required to be made and execute 1 in conformity thereto. Masters of vessels on arriving must attend to reportins and catering .as specified by the laws;nnd will not be allowed to land nny.bagjjage or goods, until consigneesand passengers have made the necessary entries at the custom house, and obtained permits for that purpose. Consignees, Importers, or their agents will make their entries of all goods wares. andjmerchandise, accompanied by the original invoices to be examined, previous to lanmng tnem. Shippers will be particular in designating package...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 August 1837

"J&' . Vwi : S4. "? Is - &4s Tf J ffj 'i . H i &, - : V0R-, II. ftoss WHMMHE WO. 84. DfiDRJTM, TUESBA'S', AUGUST 32, 837. W E LABOR F 0 II OUR C 0 U N T R Y -J ' gAtsffii WP 'm JUl) w$ A 1HI fW' IsSLv- nbSIK! oEls o&WS' iw&iSmJ 12ssw: (Sr&m. !aR' nigZrs tt JB' TEXAS RECtlSTE.R s A- ''TO ff: i&: 1 cs r T1YAS Rfi! ft T S T "E R. It published weekly, at the city of Houston, by Gruger & Moore, proprietors. nings, when it is most puru .mtl fragrrnt; of avoiding close crowded apartments; of accustoming oui selves to a medium lempeiatuie m our duellings; of sleeping in rooms without me, with o en dooi-. that JieMi x From the'Maiagtrrda Bulletin. ' ' Duelling. We are pleased jto-sce by the Telegraph, that a spirit in opposition to this abominable, accursed; system is arising in Texas we air may at all times hav e access ; and of not lodging too in.ni poisons (sincerely hope that we may be able to prove to the hot-headed and reck- 10 Ul LfHI l3LU.lt;? Llf.lL W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 August 1837

- ?1 v ' TW.V " . v -i" S- t fee- J?"' A i S t T E L E G R jfePH.: EDITED BY FRANCIS, MODELEta. HOUSTON, TUES D A YATr&lf ST 22.837. All letters and papers directed to Texas from the United States should be postpaid, and directed to the care of J. Brent Clark New Or-leansT-" Candidates for representatives in congress. , Harrisburg. Maj. Wm. Lawrence, T. J. Gazley, Maj. Benjamin .F. Smith, Lieut. William E. Miilen. M. J. Falvel. Gonzales J. D. Cle- .mentSj Ezekiel Williams. Austin. Thomas Barnett. Matagorda. Thos. J. Hardiman. Brazoria. John A. Wharton, Patrick C. Jack, -Mathew u. ratton, and Anson Jonee. Washington W. W. Gant. W. yW.HilI, (the Iao members,) and J. R. Jenkins. Gonzales Ezekiel JVilliams. i,. Candidates for senators in congress from Washington. - Jesse Grimes, (the late member,) is opposed by Dr. G. W. Barnett." J - 1 ! Outadvertising colums have encroached so far upon our limits for miscellaneous matter, that we are this week compelled to issue two num- bers of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 August 1837

3pppNt isSwsl -"i; a? ., .- JE NOTICE. ': -PROSPECTUS ' nu TJTP X IT ,- . v . , , , J-JL. UC1 fllAIAlJUliJJA JKULLiiTilN. t J given N'putting-forth oursheet, we are aware that the public will look fir lu,io"s: One a preface explanatory,., as regards our location, piesent views, and '1C intJta alter date diture prospects,, Before we proceed to enumerate some few of the One for two hundred dollais, dated 22il May, 1837, uavable two! .J-. a. !?. 1 . " il ...I mrrfHr. . ,! --' y ciuvuuiages wmcn our location so eminently posseses, ana which ,"""l"a ijr time. ions are hereby cautioned against tiading for certain notob l l-I AVR rMigned (he office of Sugeon General of the Army of Texa,vnow by myself to Win. R. Marsh, the description of u hiVh J th-A. " h,s. ProIHls!o'ml services to the citizens of Houston and itsiicimtv. dated 22d M.i. 1887. for two hundred Holla. . ,W U ti 1; of thlS "N, S tnu. j 1 j ...... n, u .iioic ui ijuuiic uuirunuze. ' Houston, Juui: 5, 1.J7. 73.tr we think calls ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 August 1837

T 5g 11 f : - Ay ;- 1- 5k 'if- T-' 4 'CUSTOM HOUSE RBCtUIiATIONS jFbr fo district and Port of Galveston. ASTERS of vessels and all persons concerned in the shipment of goods wnrssand merchandise, are notified that the rules and regulations of the Mi9rriin houses in the United State?, are now adopted in this republic so far as the law and circumstances will permit. All,reports therefore, presented, and all ibusine3s done at the custom house at Galveston, will be required to be made and executed in.conformity thereto. Masters of vessels on arriving must attend to "reporting and entering.as specified by the laws jand'will not be allowed to land any baggage or goollsfuntii conngneesand passengers have made the necessary entries at the custom Jiause, niiu uuuuueu perums ior inui purpose. Uonsignee", importers, or muir ncius win muKe meir entries oi an gouus wares and merchandise, accompanied bj- the original, invoices to be exnrained, previous to landing them. Shippers will be particular...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 August 1837

"tu- . , i '- , raw ,sG ,5inasn6 1?co! nix . fvfoei i , . Loutorf V '. iiab-i t9isttt ""V " .va&s r :.-a WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY HOUSTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, -837. 1 Alf D TEXAS MECISTM ,t - rjsj t ...ssTJE 1 A a R E G I S T- E -R Isjnibjislied weekly atihe city of Houston, by Crugke & Mooee, , . . proprietors. , - jTERMS,: Subscription, five dollars a year, payable in advance. Adver- tising, one dollar a square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each con- tinuance: seven lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notice, cards of passengers, and announcements of candidates for political offi- es, will be charged, at the common rates of advertising. (VJt-AH advertisements to !p paid for in advance. -5 .AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH: J, Brent Claris New Orleans, Baily, Gy &Hoxzy, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Poe, Columbia. Benvett VSc'SharV, Brazoria W. Wf, Shfpard, Montgomerj', Lake creek. Judge Usu-ER,-Texana, -EC T. Branch Liberty. Jos.Rowe, San A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 August 1837

1" testimony from thoae gentlemen, who were duly constituted commis- sioners, under a flattering hope, that they would be able to effect some important financial arrangements. But general Chambers had no au thority from the government of Independent Texas, to negociate a loan for 50,000 dollars, or 50 cents; nor to depute any one else to do so. Suppose, however, that he and his commissioner, had consummated those loans, and he had consequently been enabled "to throw his whole division immediately into the field," what benefit would it have been to Texas? It was with great difficulty that the army then in the field, and in an irksome state of idleness and of equivocal subordination, waB supported in any tolerable comfort. And to have "thrown a whole division" upon our hands, with all the fragment of the boasted provision loan, that would have reached the camp, would have brought a famine upon the land, just ravaged and exhausted as it was., by a ruthless enemy; and would almost inevi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 August 1837

s? h .. IfclEB, On the Brazos, flkrrisburg connty, (Texas,) Mary Battle, consort of M. M: Battle, after a short illness of the bilious fever. If Sarah and M. Derret, who afre on a visit to the United States, should receive this intelligence, they are requested to return speedily to Tex is to inherit their eatate.Q-Editors in St. Louis, Louisville, Richmond, Va., nd Sew Orleans, will please notice this. i-arrisbttrg county, (Texas,) Augu3t2-2, 1837. M. M. Battle. . HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. BottkRj scarce, - - per lb. 50c I Lumber, - - - '"Bacoh, --- 20 25 . Lard, scarce Cork, - - per sack, 5 I Molasses, scarce, 'Cortrr, - per lb. 17 a SUc ! Macserel, Cheese, scarce, .-. 37 j j r,Ce, - - - Ft.gpR-, none. j Sugar, - - - per M 550 a 70 - - 18o20 - $lol 121 . - 18 a 25c - . 10 a 12c - . 15 a 20c MAftfNE INTELLIGENCE. ?ORT OF GALVESTON. ARRIVED An 7, steamboat Convoy, captain Brown, from Matagorda , and the Brazos. Ahg.lO, schooner Wm. E. Jester, Fe'itris, mister, from Bal- timore, with lu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 August 1837

f jausxomi house BKcnrcLAViorvs ibr Ap district and Port of Galveston. ASTERS of vessels and all persons concerned in the shipment of goods wares and merchandise, are notified that the rules and retrulations'of the custom houses m the United Mate?, aie now adopted in this republic so lar as "Hhe law and circumstanees will per.nit. All reports therefore, presented, and all business done at the custom house at Galv eston, will be required to be made and executed in conformity thereto. Masters of vessels on arriving must attend to reporting and,entering as specified by the laws; and will not.be allowed to land anybaggageor goods, until consignees and passengers have made the necessary entries at the custom house, and obtained permits for that purpose. Consignee's-, Impor6jYs,.or their amenta will make their entries of all goods -wares and merchandise accompanied by the original invoices to be examined, previous to landing them. "Shippers will be particular in designating packages by nu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 September 1837

fA' - 1 aw i. tttlmif I S T E VOI,. II.- . 84. "WHJOI.E 3VO. 86. WE LABOR fOR OUR COUNTRY HOUSTON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 2, 18St. IS.., , VffiS VSHbJBGU&A&SE AND ;. 1TEXAS REGISTER ' J pu&wftd weekly, at the city of Houston, by Cruoee &, Moore, ' " t proprietors. TERMS; Subscription, five dollars a year, payable in advance. Adver- tisings one dollar a square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each con- tinuance: seven lines, or less, is considered a .square. Marriage and obituary notices, cards of passengers, and announcements of candidates for political offi- ces, will be charged at the common rates of advertising. " t5AH advertisements to be paid for in advance. t A&ENT3 FOR THE TELEGRAPH: J. Brent Clark, New Orleans, Bailv, Gay & Hoxev, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Poe, Columbia. Bevvett &. Sharp, Brazoria. W. W. Suepard, Montgomery, Lake creek. Judge Ush- er, Texana. E. T. Bravch, Liberty. Jos. Rowe, Sin Augustine. FOR THE TELEGRAPH. Mr. Editor.--Plea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 September 1837

tf jB- f& fit if ted as I was by tne acts lot the government and other untoward circunv atances. But I do not claim to be credited for any but those actually rausteredinto service, who greatly exceed the number required by my oommission. I have also sent to the armv the following articles, all of -which r trr- - have beenreceivod there: 1 large marqueo, 6 small do ' 8,680 1-2 yards strong cotton drill, for tonta- ""IOO kegs gbod""powder. 77;hrather helmets, handsomaly mounted, for cavalry. 96 uniforms",' " for do 8 wagons, with covers, (light). .-., Harness for 3S hores, complete from the hamestringtothe saddle, .j f4 six, pounders cannon, mounted on fine carriages, with all the im- plements. for field service. .,"& Siowitzers, 5 8-30 inches in diameter, completely mounted and equipped for the field. Tho six pieces of artillery are new, and were made under my or- ders and instruclbns, expressly for our service. They wero superin- tended in the making by major M'Lood,oneofmy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 September 1837

K' 3' staple in the southern states,Vili go to increaso the culture in Texas. These causes are the" expenses incident on the production. In the new "republic they,,are less 20 per cent than in the U. S. Hence if the Texi- .ans.can getteg cents for their prime cottons, they will reap a large pro- - England is looking towards this district with a longing eyc. Through the foil v and abolition notions of the northern section of the Union, we shall loose the advantages to accrue from the possession of Texas. Her cottons will be eagerly bought up by the English, as she "will furnish an extensive mart for their manufactured articles. All tnis operation will tend to keep tbp price of Cotton in the States within the limits often a twelve cents and, if we throw off Texas, it will not get higher, for the falling off in the amount produced will be met by the in- '-crease oi production in inesoutn western xiepuuiiu. j.u sum u a.w afe-wwords, Texas will be able in a year or two to undersell us, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 September 1837

KJ V , . Runaway, . ..-,., gjRQALnneithree months ago,.au.eAfricauVnero maVhauied Arch; he is 9 .about -p.years ot ace, a tall.shm fellow, very black, somescara on his'Enre oeaa, aiso somftsmau scars on qacn side ol .bis cbeeic, anu.a long loot; nejias BeBrt'taken tfp'five or six'timcs, ,siuce he run off from me, nnd'nlade his csoape crcij iimc;uc naa uiuaciiuua Ull HVllc ailJtU tiu JU. aiiu, uu jaa ficai lilDWtii, jinanas.asiinucn sense as an American negro; bespeaKsnut jutie &nciisn. i win Texas, mei gar any,man;ajiberal reward who will take up said negro, havcliim ironed their charges ana dehveredor .secured so that I tret him. My brother, J. Jj.McN eel had an "Washington, an negro man tnat rati on in company wiui Arcn wnen ne jeitmeurst; nis is-IovA, about 23 years of aire. 3carred on the face and on each side of his tand very much cut and scarred round his neck: he is of vellow com- African name cheeks, plexiajirand a fbut 'built man. !.' ik pome English: he. ran off last y...

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