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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 November 1839

rv 'TJBRJ!S$-$5 in advance. Published Ticice a If reft cfit ring theSession of Congress and Weekly, the remainder of the year, , , or $TttteMAlfe:iJ')?f itm V ft- U if "V -' . i I a ,W I t i BY GBUGER & MOORE. EDBtlSHEDBY CRTJ.GER & MOORE ., tott-two .xcMscas to constitdtb the ybab. ,r TEKM.S: Subscription, Five Dollars a year, payable in ad varice, of Seven Dollars at-the expiration of the year. ' Advertising: Two Dollar per square for the first insertion, and One Dollar for each, .contiuancer-eight, lines ;or less is considered a square. Marriage and .Obituary notices of more' than three lines each; Cards of Passengers and Annocncements of Candidates for political offices, will be charged at the com- mon rates of advertising. . ' &AU. 'advertisements :to .be paid for in advance; and when not otherwise- ordered, will invariably bepnblished until forbid, and charged for accordingly. All letters on business must be post paid or they will not be attended to: . AGENTS In tK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 November 1839

'$!&" .fcl If Is-- tr I if l Xr lr" s m I will now foreien newsby the Liverpobl steamer." I staieesterdayrtbaeitiBfellingaoff-in -the-cropstwas estimateatS.OOOiOpO tjpQrterg. ,Latff.last;eningafter the, "closmgoLtKeJnaii; Jjeceived'ojheletters and papers, By tnTKfmer opyKicbTrien that, the yieldj.wljljiqt.ex- ceedfynat of 3ast year V(jrreat.Bntajn'willibe comp'eHed to.irapbrt ircatly,asnnuchrairrthisyeararahe"idlastr ,uiu iuu supplies wiudo uuniiy.,uiawujiijuui,iue Auruutyiu "continent instead of AmericaV,.JiiOur dealers would resolve-to send overflour af reasonable.Tates, itrnight tend in a good measufejoiaxqmmodate,th.e money difficulties oeiween ine iwoiw)ui(iities.ix,i;e.y5anK;oiiJCngiana).as a stated yesterdayrthas;but3,5.D,0,00biof com jremainihg.' Doable that, sura wiiVjerequired for bread'stuffi: So' it1 is.supposed, tbougrkmuconfessyil.ldok- ripbn the' ac- count, as exaggeratj 'ej) we; England larg'e.sums, which willbe paHjjnl8pecie.tunless;sGme:otber':means be". OTO vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 November 1839

?, '" " 0" r jiife x '"? SHPRSfSS-cw c? ?-,- 5.!' C's' " .-Jit-'VJ.J ' i3U "VV 'l4 r-Sfc V j ; 'TJBCJS 3mi;rEG&APH, Houston, Wrinesday,J'ovT2&y 1839. Ourfi'Nev Orleans papers ofthejatesf date imforrrr us-" that Gql.jBee.jiad.arrived.'jn'lhat'city, and Kadglyen'oiit that ihVTexian loan of 85,000,000 had beep inegotiated at 8 percent'ipterest.parablennnually, andj.he.loan pay-. able'iiith.ftyyears , tr31w u , , - Thdl ire'cognition of ithei'independence of Texas by France is already, 'well-known; and jlearnirdrn the' Gldb&lfia'II!De Salignr. one'of the secretaries of' the French mission, inj theiJJnited States) will be appointed jCharge'afTairsin-this country " Serious,difficulties h'aveoecurred between the United States and the Ch'erokees: Gen. Arbuckle, commanding the'vesterrltpryisioh .atort Gibson, has demanded the' surrender bP'tne Cherokees' who were concerned in tbe murder ofr -Ridge andi BaudinoL , It will Ae recollected that'Upss aridlhis, party are'the guilty one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 November 1839

-,-! Kr-F Z& a l iir k Iv ! IK? rs- r m m f te i r hr ft is- lV f 2, l? K & i .' 1!" I1' J Pfc . 1 IC& f IK." IlL. ? a ' a - uSft ft f 3$ V. W rn jt-ibfSQ salt - s M" ' Jjhb sMcrlber.onrs .roMsaleion good terms; ,1000 acresxlj choJcelandisUHatedTiSwr the city ofHonsfonjvalsa two valua- bledotsin ihetosmdfashington. Fdr.terms, te, apply the store of-r u.fl a'asi -4 -Adams & Hiaanr oratthesnbscriber's-offieet " Hp& ' u.nma sept25w223-tf . . D W CLIM'awi namn v l nnnxTnisrSr. GALVESTON,. ?MAlLr PficketCww, the lighteSt.raftoat H.v.....f,.Trnn. -will run ltirnlarll.be- tw, w? t ' VGalvestonVhatfng snperior"accommoda- tio' Mip-f TT'66 " ' iLHi;.J (MT,.r4fsti;ti rtn , fwl0fpr'pfck"AHHmow y-r-i. .For Sale , S . if, , - JjCIVO of the best buildings, situated an,Mala street, andjna central part of this city, Also pneHouse, situated on Court- house sqnarej one hoose and four JJots, sUuated in Frost town, . below the Arsenal; which jls, a beautifu.residence for a private fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 November 1839

-r . -, n Q&blPQLI -,&SHD If . ;l -V r xt e.i -j-ai.-iv a vi;Jt'';Jiafoa5B 'At,' ,i 3PEB3lg8-95 in advance. . i k. 1 Mr. t irt-. iff .T Published, Ticicea K ek dv- "vi ujt theSessionef Congress -and Weekly the remainder of the Year, or $7, at the cnd;.of 4hef.3j 6 .J V1K141Q nVTMk em""t'A Mi l rvn (Cffe M ' ' k tt" . P ' T bJa T H& f Pa 1 F P5Mb""" uiMi B'-Jk V-A ITIiMl iiJ I 'tV.hll iHtLEf 3V c "ft. 1. l fff XW JB.- 14.A .1 J. il mm Bii MaV'-VL VJT ' ( . g ' 7 'V :a ; - J J . l .-i BY CRUGER & MOORE. ui'BLISHEDBY CRTJGER & JVfoOJRE flPTT-TWQ NDMBEBS TO CONSTITUTE TIIE TEAR. -TEUMS Subscription, Five Dollars a year, payable in ad vance, or Seven Dollars at Ine expiraijon 01 uie year. Advertising-. Two Dollar per square for.tlie first insertion, and One Dollar for each contiuance eight lines or less is considered a square. Marriageand Obituary notices of more than three lines each; Cards ol Passengers and Annocncements of Candidates for political offices, will be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 November 1839

I(i1 K- SA- FW K& 3fr ISM lr3-vL P?i m mt'. WS - f f-rr- Ik lL- x I M n I -ft. l-l-T C- m . mr m- w m ij Some KTmon-ofthe laws under which the Post Office w f2T-J ..LtnltniKuioMflrH fi BPJ ueparimem was organizm, bcciu-iw uo ".o-.j cure a 'strict accountability of its officers, and a more rrzsrrztGiZit rnmmen7nnt nffiilrs. Hereto- TSTTnU offieiKt mafiairemenTolTti affairs. Hereto" fore, -this Tmp'ortlbt branch of thegortrnraent, has been so:condoctedr as to afford but-little benefit to .the people; and, rtnsome instances, to produce seriousNembarrass- jrientsm1tmnsactinginjeajofthe nation That it .ha7iajIedalraoitentirely to answer any useful purpose 5toinhedTernment,theExecutivenhas had frequent oc- fcasibatdegret,' without the power of remedying the evil, tftsHhe laW.seemsto have been so cGnstrued,'us lo'plaee the Mr'felhPitnfficsrs bevond the reach ofEqecutrvesupfervi- kioa'br'conTrol. The policy may vyelllie doubted of 'ren: j-j' .rf' kronen nf llip.iimTOrnmW lrres- iponsibl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 November 1839

V L, y pvr ' Ev THE TELEGKAPH. Houston, W6dticsdatJ,'JYoti. 27, 1839. S37THI attention of our readers is called to the Presi- dent'sMessagc, contained inour columns tQ-day. It was obtaineHafso late an Imur. that we. have' not been a ble to read it ourselves therefore all comment is pre- vented. ,Mr.T6NKs,tbeiconsul'qf the United States at Mexicoi arrivedTecently in Pensacola,''bearing despatches from MrEixis','the United States minister to that -country. It is said that thdespatches "wereof a Tery important nature. Mr. Jones immedfately liasTenedjon hisway to 'Washing- tonr-. c j As "our country becomes tetter known, it becomes more highly appreciated. Th'e prejudices that have been illib- erally indulgedf against the people of Texas, are rapid- lyglvingway (0 the force of truth; and our genial cli- mate, fertile soil, and gonerous free institutions are- enti- cing emigrants from every part of the world, where a knowledge of tEem has extended. From a" 'New "York correspondence in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 November 1839

prat sss rcrksej32k.?as; rfrt. Jt"3:?! 5Si? t Pii- Ki -. i rj..ia W t'f.-i M IKS?'' '- c?S Sfi -i m$ W$f i ifi i m t .... .'V.L. -.. ES s I -tr hnrlKaiiiffUafnr9l'p, nn Pood 1 -1 -"".". ; .J .r. n,..?rrTT7 ni .-.,- fr JL-BssnMcnDrnir.orsaje-onKouucjuij,iiDww,:ttwvi i zi, haitelzmd:&htaiiA nda thecitvCbf HotistonRals.oj'two.vaiiiar ..A .-1 . .-...... i . .i -rr LI.... Dn.Anr .A. nntW at. ti" the sfbVe'df-f e.a rK Aruuar&.HiRBia' -.:' -tDieioismuierownici:-T.BMUJiKiuu ..it."u,iv,.rij .--,-. , br.al the subscriber's Ofliee. ax sit. ! : .' septiZStafigStf y A ff DW CIgNTON HARRIS "HOVSTON&rGAL VESTUJX. HMAffiPaclcet,CrwI the lightest draft, bMtj, ifQnjang6nihBbayoa."-iTiHJrua regularly ot-.. h rrt -r - jn.r-fii2 I-iwo-nf ti t.hniMinPs. Bituated on Mai street': "amUi a? " TTT - "WIfcl SUUtUUl CBLUlir- Uttf iBEJ BUVCIW ",.? - ..- fin thitiilH Eft? " Far-freight' ror passa"ee: appiyon"bbardto the Captain, er to P ,' oct 3'4&tf v?: feVy-V' CHARLEBBIGELQW-. r&' c'cntralpa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 December 1839

m TO lift fl?!-TT (BlIPBriarA - ' Zl , . 'r ' "r' '" "' ' ' J-L ---g wmnwkbjiikq &Mm tob& u IS r i l h V' V ' TERPI$$5 in advance. JBY CRUGER & MOORE- PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE FIFTT-TWO N0MEER3 TO CONSTITUTE TnEYElR. TERMS Subscription, Five Dollars a year, payable in ad- vance, or Seven Dollars at .he expiration of the year. Advertising: Two Dollar per square for the first insertion, and One, Dollar for each contiuance eight lines or less is considered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more than three lines each; Cards of Passengers and Annocncements of Candidates for political offices, will be charged at the com- mon rates of advertising. j-All advertisements to be paid for in advance; and when not otherwise ordered.-vrill invariablv be published until forbid, and charged for accordingly. All letters on business must b2 post paid or they will not bi attended to. AGENTS In the United Stales. Edward Hall, New Or- leans"; J. S. Kellogg, Booksellers, Mobile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 December 1839

1XTRACT PROM MR. GHKYALIER'S WORK ON AMERICA. . The manners and customs re .altogether thossofa working, busy society. At the ago of fiteen years a man Is engaged in business; at twenty he is established, he has bis farm, his -workshop, his cOOnting-room, or his office, a. word, his employment whatever it may be. He now also takes a wife, asd at twenty'two is the father of a fam- ily, and consequently! has a powerful stimulus to excite him to industry. A" man who has no profession and, which is nearly the same thing, who is not married, en- joys little consideration: he. who is an active and useful member of society, who contributes his share to augment the national wealth and increase the numbers of the popu- lation, he is onlr looked upon with respect and favor. The American is educated with the idea that he will have some particular occupation, that he is to be a farmer, artisan, manufacturer, merchant, speculator, lawyer, phys- ician, or minister, perhaps all in succession, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 December 1839

if,- vf THE TELEGftAPH. Houston, Wednesday, IPec. &, I8S9. The public sile of Lots io the City of Galveston, adver- tised to take place on the first Monday of this month has been at a meeting of the Stockholders, postponed till the 23d. In last week's paper we furnished the President's mes- sage delivereJ to the fourth Congress of the republic. Although more lengthy than any document of the kind that has preceded it from the Executive department, it will be found well worthy an attentive perusal as it is fraught with useful and important information, relative to the political relations and condition of the county-. It breathes throughout, that peculiar spirit of patriotism and national pride which characterizes all the public writing of his excellency. Although objections maybe offered; that it treats loo much at length upon several unimpor- tant subjects, too cursorily upon the currency, the navy and other subjects of vital importance; and contains but few dseful suggestions; o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 December 1839

TWft &&e ot subscriber off-w for sale -on good terms, 1000 acres al choice land, situated near the city of Houston; also rwo valua- ble iotsfn thetown of Washington. For terms, &c, apply the stoieof Adam i St Hibbu or'at the subscriber's office. . -. JeptSS. 223-tf D W CLINTON JIARRI3 . HUUiUXJM & brAL, YAH un. RufATT t ..i... -... iii.iivhtpct draft, boat - i .i, in ...n mmilarlv Dft- """"numra: on toe mjou, "; '- j W en ii.i.cny and. Galveston; baring supenut aw--tions fbrpassengers. . .- . , For Sale "WO of the lest buildings, situated on Main ktteet, and in a central part 'of this city. Also one House, situated on Court- house square one house and four Lots, situated in -Frost town, below ibVArsenal,-which is a beautiful.residence for a private -family, and. is now rented for S75 per "month; and one Lot, with a frame on'it," situa ed on the bank of the Bayou. All of which will be sold low1, for cash or'negroes. ,.. For.terms,-applyttf A. FRANKLIN "WOODWARD seM 13...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 December 1839

, .. d- : ffrtt VJ " WKHKBffiAJPll &H ' Qg&a n jt S f .1 rCI LLli,iJa iT.tmTtoi ' s- : cvi t't3MT'rt r . " a. i .--.. C &" b o:cjzd lcO OS- .J' . ,v ' T ' TJEKriSf $5 in advance. Published Twite a W -elc dn -ring iheSession of Congressand Weekly tlie remainder of the, Year. or $7 at-the end1 r -the1 inkr-- - , .-...: t- J ianftfK.if;2i, .B . 'O'i.'lBiBBai. ' 1 - J.X- , r i i ' ii a lr? J? BY CBUGER & MOOEE- PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE TIFTT-TWO' NUMBERS TO CONSTITUTE THE YEAR. TERMS Subscription-, Five Dollars a year,-payable in ad- vance, or Seven Dollars at the expiration of the year. Advertising: Two Dollar per square, for the first insertion, and'One, Dollar for each contiuance eight lines or less is considered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more than" three lines eachj Cards ot Passengers and Annocncements of Candidates for political offices, will be charged at the com- mon rates of advertising. IS" All advertisements to be paid for in advance; a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 December 1839

SPORTING IN INDIA Two of Lieut. C's. sporting ndventrjies eSciicd con-" siderable notice, and Pshall Relate' tijernnearlyrin his own words. WhileftrarelHng?froni?xichinopolySto Bombay, through the CounFatore district, and up the GuzuthuUy-pass,'"bewent-to-3earcb.-for-hogsand deer, accompanied.by two ofhis followers and two of the villa- gers. HiVarms were.a. large gun, carryinga two-ounce balir-a Tlouble-barxelled gun with two balls in each bar- rel, andl&off-abeaf; ' TherVis a spot "near Tahamally wherorthenatives-light-a-lamp every evening, as a tribute to the, memory ot.Dr, liiiiespie,' wno was-j Kilted Dy a bear. iNot far from. this,"in a jungle .near a.small tank, Lieut. Cj found the tracks of deer. He got some of the villagers to'beattKe.cover, and a large spotted deer jumped out, which neiifedat and -founded. -'While, reloading the'guhThe heard the deer makinga sort of hooping noise.- Iifiwent.softly Into the jungle, fallowed closely by hisUiorsek'eeper"carrymg his double...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 December 1839

v U iW 5- 4 C-3 fe--- , , -. r - - THE&iE'XAG M2 H, Mottstati, Wednesday. Mtcc. II, 8H30. As much interest has recintly been excited relative to the new seat of "government; the following article, which we have hastily sketched, may prove acceptable to our readers Austin is situated on the E.ist bank of the Colorado river, about two hundrtd mile s above its mouth, and about one hundred and sixty miles from Houston, in a north- westerly direction. This place, five months since, con- tained "Dniv three or, four cabins, and now contains about one hundred houses, some of, which are quite well built and comfoYtaUle, The president's house is the best building in.the. place; it is two storii s high, has a poitico in front and rear;and although, if situated in any uneof lhe larger towns of the United States, would utti-.icl little or no attention, appears ajinost a palace contrasted with the houses of the frontier hamlets The capital is a large one-story building, about one hundr'd and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 December 1839

y - - J " ?t - . tir Mali. V be subscribe): offer for sale "on good teraas, 1009 acre,o ! choice Eariajsimatejiear the citxof Houston;. IS.?"? i MBWBin'inejownioi-,.viiMui "; .,.".? -" -. oratlhexubscuber,offieei. ,.,, - . . Yept2S,w223-t6n?L- . ft-W.CLINTON HARRIS muiii itrnn.iTnW'Xr. hai. vksiuiv. isslMATLWcltet Cmtm, the lightest .draft boat IIJ.-:--i.i..'r, trill run Teeularly be-. ""."i ". wr iecommcda- WGof the rest buildings, sltuatea'flnMain street, and in a- ,, p,i,:.-rftv. . Also' one House. situated'on Court- lionse" smiarene house and four Lots, situated in Frost town, belo w the Ars?nal, which-is, ,a'beautlM;resiaice.ror a privata family. and is now rented for 75 per month; and one Lot, with afrsma ontttuaied onth'Dantof thaBiyoul All of whien Trill.be.sold low, for caah2or negroes. ,- ,.- Forterms! sply to" ' ' A. FRAHKLIN WOODWARD se.tl3 " - r - w231-tf JL HE subscriber nas taken the old andVell "known stand ol capr.' josepn-iayior, m-uaivesiou,-auu',"'.1rTZ:,Tlr. ran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 December 1839

3 m -.. Ri- r'l. R -j ' - Trx -& & t! SP'p'Rff jf-yywr1 1 1 -JSr , ,-p- --4 - . - raTtjaaaro i ram .. c-,-..., -w .. -.-.-M .- -- V ,. - v . . i'-'i- - - ; r i s i - ; ' AJSUA . J ' 1f ,TJJiTrs-S5 hi. advance: ! -.l-.v i;-Js J J - -! . i ,1 Published Twice a -cfr,?Uj rin.fte.Sw'gioiror Tp remainder of H. UO.A A vl lE LHfcVtrajB 4WK,,I, AK UMT,rx, !!TJKV?2IPK!t3Bl2x &2bA US taAAAOJ -MHlaA naws .-wilj-.,w .., -" TMT PHk HEMBP v .rt f fT?)1 n&JiipKi1 lr i -1 . i ii ii i I iiiiTTm 1 1 r-nM n iirnP rTftH- iwr - ! CTT 'T ktiW CiJl UftUVin FSHT 'SO or 7 at ihe eiid of tbe -fcufc , -B-GRWGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, DEGEMBER-18,1839. ' . , i i2i.:s.n. 3, VOL.. lVJNfJWil P.UBLISHEDBY CRUGER & MOORE t FIFTY-TWO NDUSER3 JO CONSTITCTE TUEJTEAK. ,TERMS. Subscription, Five Dollars ayear, payable in ad- 'varice," br Seven Dollars'at, ihe'expi ration of the year. Advertising1. -Two Dollar persqnare Tor the"first insertion, rand One; Dollar for each cootiuaneeeigriMinesor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 December 1839

! ' S ANNUAL KEPORTUOF THE , SECRETARY OF THETREASURY, NOVT1839. -- ,j j - Treasury- Departwent, ) - -"T- ,t- M- . Austin, Nov.J, 1839. J To His 'ExctUtneyHtTdbtiu B.JLavtar, --"- President of the'Republie: SiiCilhava'iirehdnof to submit the following. annual report, audihei accompanying documents containing the reports of the several Bureaus connected with this De- ' partmenu .'- The first subject to, which I would invite your men- tion, is that of the receipts and expenditures. The disbursements of the year ending 30th September, 1839, including the'sum of eight thousand dollars ex- pended-in the: removal of trie Shawnee Indians, which does not appear in the Treasurer's report, and four hun- dred and fifty-two thousandnine hundred and ninety-six dollars, paid in the redemption of old treasury notes, with interest, are as follows, viz: For the current expenses of "the year, 925,094 10 " redemption of liabilities in curred iri fbrmer'years 1,040,075 48 Making the total amount, . .. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 December 1839

! mjSVr- 4 THE TELEGRAPH. Houston Wednesday, Dec. IS, 1 839. A. A. M. Jackson of this city, has been appointed Col- lector of the port of Galveston. JudVe Waller was nominated by the president for the office of Post-Master General, when the question of ap- proval came before the senate they were equally dividrd, nnd the vice presulenj'gave the casting vote in faTor ofthe appointment It was afterwards said the vote would be reconsidered, and the Judge in consequence resigned - A-bill has been introduced into the senate by Dr. Moore, for the establishment of a Penitentiary, which will proba- bly pass both houses without opposition. It requires a joint committee of both houses of congress, to consist of five, to select a suitable location near the seat of govern- ment for the penitentiary buildings. It piovidrs for the erection of a substantia! prison by the convicts themselves they being in the meantime secured by night and while not employed at work, in stronglog houses. All the male...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 December 1839

-a5Hkwiji rr. R for Sale Inn subscriber off.-rs for sale on gooa terms, 1000 acres ol ieioice'Iand .-Situated neOMhe cily ol.Hpustoii;.al,y.4wo alnar Ihif lolsin thelown oft Washington. 1 For Jenns, &e, a.ply,at -ttfesforeof s-iFl - ADAMs&rHARttis... ial the subscriber's office r" r rnv'oinijie' sint 251 W223.tr ' D W CLINTON HARRIS . r ' --.. .r,...Jtr 4. UVUSlvn co ttr4fi x.o-1 uii. , -- . --v. ct.1 -. it. i;l.ici-nY9ii-Laat ...,i,:V?,n the havhu. .wil run regularly-be- ! oso viii t j i r'r2i.-inf Tinirinw'MineHor accommoda- ffCT 7" , .-.For Sale . f . r-j.rs- t iLwib Pf the lest buildings, situated' on .Main street, and in a toaual'iart of this city v A.lso-,one House, situated on Court- S onehouVand four IWed ta ftoo, ..teloe Ateenal.-whicVis a beautiful residence.for a private .Smily, atfdds now.rented for $75 per mont.hj " ' a frame on it, situated on the bank of the Bjyou. . Ail oi .wnicii :-sdll be.soldlow, for.casb.or negroes i WOODWARD For terms, apply to A. FRANKL...

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