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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 September 1837

re ,i- ?. 8C tfi'VH-J. .' iiffi e i. Ta - sr ?- i, . -a S . . I M VO.. II. WO. 35. WBMMME NO. 7. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. HOUSTON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 0, 1837. ETB T E X-A S RECS-ISTIt i'r ' AND "TEXAS REGISTER Is published weekly, at the city of Houston, by Cruger & Moore, proprietors. TERMS: Subscription, five dollars a ear, payable in advance. Adier- tising, one dollar a square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each con- tinuance: seven line, or Ie3s, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of passengers, and announcements of candidates for political offices, will be charged at the common rates of adver- tising. ft5AH advertisements to tp paid for in advance. AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH: J. Brent Clakk, New Orleans, SETjrGxr & Hoiey, Washington. Col. Geo. W. roE, Columbia. Bennett Sharp, Brazoria. W. W. Shepard, Montgomery, Lake creek. Judge Ush er, Texana. E. T. Branch, Liberty. Jos. Rowf, San Augustine. D. C. Cunni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 September 1837

V -w E- '' r Kx '& !-' c - F -3 honpr, sheUtearJ M. Jp Present Mathias,-ih pronouncing1 Bouvou- , "loir's acquittal thus addressed: You see, my good old man, that a be- nevolent action never goes unrewarded. You generously protected Bouvet in his childhood, and to-dav he and ms young whu come nuuiy forward to shelter your grey hairs." The tribunal feels happy in render- ing you to their affection and their gmtitude." auserr: T.ELEGRAPH. Y 'EDITED BY'FRANGIS MOORE, Jirx. HOUSTON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 9.a 1837. 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- leans. Cot. A. S. Thruston arrived in this city on Satuiday last. The late rumor respecting general Green is incorrect: this gentle- man arrived at Bexar in health and safety. , Colonel John A. Wharton 'has reached his home on the Brazos in safetv. The Mexican brigs have not been seen off Galveston for several days past, the vessel they are suppo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 September 1837

?3 VY THERM.OMETKICAL TABLE. 'Kepi at Houston, Texas Jbr the General HospitaUtcith remark's on. tiic weatlier. - -t.Y JOHN tlENRY iMUER. -DATE. 7A.3I. 2f,H. 9 P.M. WEST). "WEATHER. July 11 75d. ? 95d. 80cL g Clear! 12 '81 96 82 S. Cloar. 13 j SI 72 S. A few clouds p. ar. 14 1 ' 76 90 E. Clear. 15 W 92 ,82 . N.E. Cloudy. 16 J ?8 90 82 Calm and cloudy. "P 78 90 82 N. Clear in general. 18 j 7fj j 82 80 N- Cloudy & rainy. 19 1 78 82 81 ei " U '76 92 82 S.W. Clear. 1 76 91 81 S.SW, -Clear. "22 78 92 80 S. Clear. ' 3?; 78- 90 80 S. Stormy. - zs3a I 78 88 78 Cloudy. '.25 80 92 I 80 S. Clear. 28 80 95 80 S. Clear. 29 82 93 79 SV. j Clear. 30 80 98 82 I SE. Clear. 31 J 82 100 j 84 J S. Clear. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF GALVESTON. ARRIVED Aug. 28, brig Perseverance, Burnham, Baltimore, lumber. Aug. 30 brie: Jane, R. Allen, New Orleans, merchandize. CLEARED Aug. 28, scbr Kosciusko, A. Burns, New Orleans. Sept. 2, scbr Agnes, 'F. Jesuet, New Orleans. - - .NOTICE. jHE subscribers conceivin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 September 1837

a -o ,i i Runaway, , THViOM me three' months ago, an African negro man named Arch ; he is B.1 R. 5- JU tn NOTkCE. EVANS and JOHN II. GUMMlNGo have associated themselves m JP about 25 years of age, a tall slim fellow, very black, some scars on his fore- Jji. the practice of the law. They will attend to any business which may be head, also some small scars on each side of his cheek, ami a Jong loot; he has cunliuea to mem. i neir omce is m trasiuugum leiw i""1""' w been taken up five or f-? times, since lie ran off from me, and made his esoape I and Cummingh will be promptly attended to. every time; he has broke irons off twice since ho lef. me; he is a. great rascal, J They naveaisoopenea a lanu agency ior ue puToua&e aim aaie ui icai usiuyj iu .Texas, i neir means oi acqjinng lmurnimiou doui wuu uic cakushu, uuu and has as much sense as an American negro ; hespeaks but little English. .1 will j 1 pay any man a liberal reward who will take up said negro, have nira ironed and deli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 September 1837

P 74 V 1 , . fcH x 'fgJV' a 3 a amtM - y ; l' ,.o'; ?. is. A If D TE X A I TOIf. II. NO. 36.-WHOLE NO. 8. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. .HOUSTON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 137. I 1 f Lrt - VH&ffiGffiA&It im AND bay of Brassos Santiago, to the Rio Grande,. of ahoul-thretvmilcs. The route will then be throughLaguna de Santander, and the several bays of Nueces, Papolota, Aranoso, Espiritu Santo, Matagoida, West Galves- ton and East, and requires a very few depenings in the bays. The nu- merous rivers which wind in every direction over the whole face of the country, and by a cast of the eye upon the map, appear to be numerous as the blood vessels to the human heart, all emptying their rich products into your great parallel reservoir to the sea; many of theni with a small improvement at thoir mouths, capable of good and constant steam nav- igation, and almost all a portion of the yoar capable of keeL and flat boat. The works of the first importance to the company, ard of easy accomplishmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 September 1837

TELEGRAPH, EDITED BY FRANCIS M&OREJun. S HOUSTON, SATURDAY? SEPT-T16. 1837. All letters and papers directed!pexas'j(rm the fhnted Jlfetes ' should bo post paid, and directed) ttfe aire oPJ.wBrent Clark New Or leans. IniBexat, genrar0reen-of Yclasco has' been dlected senator, and colonel Patton of Columbia has been elected representative. In Nacogdoches, general Rusk and Mr. Douglass have been elected representatives, and Mr. Burton has been elected senator. In San Augustine, Messrs. Rowe and Thompson have been elected representatives to congress. The advertisement respecting Mr. Z. Hubbard was inserted in our last without our knowledge he has handed us an advertisement re- , pelling the charges adduced against him; we have deferred its publica- tion until next week, trusting this misunderstanding will be amicably- adjusted. ,1,,, ,di-.5 mjov '- - ..The-printing of thelaws will beiinished'in the course of three or four weeks. ? si ' ' ' "H "" ' ' . i hj,, - 3 -i 2is: : -' f Colon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 September 1837

1" f'f.1 . , Depaktoem' of Sdate, City of Houston, Sept. 12, 1827. I HE daily enquiries made at thisxlepartment relative to the publi cation of the laws evince much solicitude among the peopic on this snbject,.for whose information 1 deem it proper to stp.te, that up to the adjournment of the late session of congress none had been published tor distribution except a limited number ot copies, containing onty the ju- diciary acts passed at the first session; the contract for the printing of the laws generally having failed. At that time I applied to the editor of the Telegraph, with whom I made an arrangement for their publication to be done so soon as prac- ticable ; for that purpose paper was procured from New Orleans; the enactments of the two sessions, which will make a olume of about 300 pages, are now in. press and will be ready for distribution in a few weeks. A variety of peculiar and unavoidable causes have delayed the ex- ecution of this work; but I am confident it will henc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 September 1837

tf""r Admi7B.i-ti.i.tnir?a ltfrfie. QpfING been appointed by the probate court for the county of Brazoria, administrator of Ephraim Anderson, deceaae'd, 1 here by notify all persons indebted to said estate to come forward and make immediate payment; otherwise the claims will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection. And all Ihose that have claims against said es- tate are requested..to render them properly authenticated within the time prescribed by'law, or they will be debarred. Bxazoria. August 17, 1837. 85-3t THOS. BLACKWELL. NOI'IlCJS. R. EVANS and JOHN R. CUMM1NGS hav e associated themselves in the practice of the law. They will attend to any business which may be conlided to them. Their office is in Washington letters addressed to Evans and Ciimmings will be promptly attended to. They havealso opened a land agency for the purchase and sale ofreal estate in Texas. Their means of acquiring information ..bout land are extensive, and their charges will be at the usual r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 September 1837

r y-..y 1 & I T 1T - iticri J' r . FOIi. II. MO. 37. OTHOIiE WO. 89. WE LABOR FOR O U 11 COUNTRY HOUSTON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1837. I -' ( ' a ir w& rm w w a g& im mi m m m fb w m JM. V J&W JL m Jl' J$L 3 J, JLJ JL JL J -JS ,Ji h TEXAS REGISTER is published weekly, at the city of Houston, by Crugek & Moore, proprietors. TERMS: Subscription, five dollars a year, paj-ftble in advance. Adver- tising, one dollar a square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each con- tinuance: seen lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of passengers, and announcements of candidates for political offices, will be charged at the common rates ef adter- tisfng. " Q7A1I advertisements to bo paid for in advance. AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH: J. Brcxt Clark, New Orleans, Bult, Gat & Hoxey, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Pof, Columbia. Bennett &, Snu, Brazoria. W. W. Shepard, Montgomery, Lake creek. Judge Ush- er, Tex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 September 1837

V -' 7 , - " ft J 33 firiGRAPH. EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, Jvx. HOUSTON. SATURDAY, SETT. 23. 1837. All lettere and papers directed to Texas from the United States should be post paid, and directed to the care of J. Brent Clark New Or- leans. Fatal Rencounter. On the evening of Saturday last Mr. L. Kelcy of this city, was killed by Mr. Z. Hubbard. A difference had existed for two or three weeks between these individuals, concerning their partnership affairs j this had been partially adjusted by the intercession of their mutual friends, and the impression generally prevailed that per- sonal violence was not intended by either party: unfortunately, however, a meeting took place and after the exchange of a few angry words, Kel- cy suddenly drew a pistol and discharged it at Hubbard, wounding him slightly in the knee; upon this Hubbard rushed upon him with a sword cane, and stabbed him in ton different places, killing him before assis- tance could be rendered. HubDard immediately gave hims...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 September 1837

U x, If Fi TOWN Of LIVERPOOL. MHE proprietors take pride in offering to public notice the town of I Liverpool, situated on the west bank of Chocolate bayou, about twenty miles by water above its mouth, and about forty-five from the city of Galveston, and distant thirteen miles in a direct course from the river Brazos, by a route unsurpassed for the construction of a rail-way; it is" level for the whole distance, being uninterrupted by any undulations perceptible to the eye, and more than three-fourths of it being over prairie, and each extremity abounding in the best and most durable kinds of timber. m The navigation of the bayou is unobstructed by snags or overhang- ing trees, and fs of ample width, and affords on the bar at its mouth as wfll appear by Col. Harcourt's survey, made by order of the govern- ment of the republic of Texas an average depth, at ordinary tide, of four feet water. That there will be a large importing and exporting town on or near the east end of Galveston i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 September 1837

: k IS k & lUriig' and Medicine Store. ILLIAM G. COUKE and LeniVfTfiBanrrofl having formed a copart nership for the tmrpose of conducting; the above business 'in this citv, respectfully inform their friends and the pabhfc in general, that they are&ow ' opening a stock of Drugs, Medicine, Perfumery, Stationery, &c. in the store adjoining Jir. JjUodoc&'s billiard room tualiy attended to, despatch -,' ouston, July Orders from the country i ill bepunc- and physician' prescriptions put up with accuracy and 'ill i ' '' f2 ' 2G, 1S37. COOKE & BANCROFT. 3 "FT. A. "E.W "FOSIAH J. CRObBY and 11. U. fIudon havihg'astociated themselves iri the jp 'practice of the law, they will attend to the-duties of their profession in tlie'superior couits oP the second and third judicial districts, and in'the county cortusoY Austin and llarrieburg. Their'office will he kept at Washington. Vi'.iini.oT.iffi. . ! 3m 'i " " ,u, PRIVATE "SALE OF LOTS ,- r ' IN TIIE ' fcorTHESJEl ntl Jae, towns...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 September 1837

A V, V .(. ,-f ! A JST B TE X A I 8 T E R FOIL. H. NO. 38. WBMMLE WO. 90. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. M03JST0M, SATURDAY, SEPT. SO, 1837. r THE TOWN OP ! 1 H? fill SPffi&ffi&lBAffJK ' AND TEXAS REGISTER 7s published weekly, at Uic city of Houston, by Cruger & Moore, proprietors. TERMS: Subscription, foe dollars a year, payable in advance. Adver- tising one dollar a square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each con- tinuances seven lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of passengers, and announcements candidates for political offices, will be charged at the common rates of adt er- tisimr. A-7"AII advertisements to be paid for in advance. AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH : J. Brent Claw:, New Orleans, Baily, Gay & Hoxcv, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Foe, Columbia. Theodore Bennett, Brazoria. W. W. Shepard, Montgomery, Lake creek. Judge Ush- er, Texana. E. T. Branch, Liberty. Jos. Rowe, San Augustine. D. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 September 1837

) ,i , SECOND CONGRESS FIRST SESSION, I SENATE. . , . ' - ' On Monday and Tuesday the weather tfeing-.sbindlettjeixt. a quorom of the Senate did not take their seats. Wednesday, Sept. 27, 1837. The Senate met and the following members appeared, produced their credentials and took their scats : From the coun of Brazoria, Mr. Wharton ; Washington, Mr. Bar- net; Shelby'and Sabine, Mr Rains; Jasper and Jefferson, Mr. Everett; Harrisburo- imd Libei ty, -Mr. Wilson ; Mina and Gonzales, Mr. Lester; Bexar Mr. Green; Nacogdoches, Mr. Burton; Milam, Mr. Robertson; San Augustine, Mr. Augustin. The Senate then proceeded to the election of a President protein; Mr. Wharton nominated the Hon. Stephen H. Everett who was unani- mously elected, and having been conducted to the chair by Messrs. Barnet and Rains, made the following remarks: Gentlemen of the Senate The high trust reposed in mc by your confidence is alike unexpected as it is gratifying to my fee&ngs; it has created feelings and made ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 September 1837

f andliuffalo drcek. It TitfiScds rich and extensive bottoms, and is rarely subject to inundation. The Little Brazos rises a few miles east of the great falls of the Brazos, and wins parallel with that river for about 70 miles, at a dis- tance of from 3 to G miles,, and enters it at the crossing of the old San Antonio road. It affords an abundance of rich bottom lands. The land between the great and little Brazos, is an extensive bottom covered with a great variety of valuable timber, but is subject to frequent inundations. The Brazos river runs in a south eastern direction through this county. It differs but little in its general appearance from the same stream nearer the coast. It is unquestionably susceptible of steam boat navigation, to the great falls, and will no doubt be navigated so soon as the country shall become sufficiently settled to require it. The -water of this river is sometimes quite brackish at the falls; owing to the fact that one of its branches runs more than 7...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 September 1837

-dp $. k : A 4 4X0 REWARD. i. f - . 21 PaidfoPt fcriftlenY natural "trotter." WKoever-will return said mare to flPft'Jpel, af tolurilbia;'6V Grey's at Vetasco.shalL recede the above.xe- Irdi Sept. 18. 89-'t JOHN SCHUNUCK. A Aaniinletiiiinc Notice- he undersigned having been appointed administrator of the estate of Sarah x.'zT-t ii v.o .'iinv nlnims nu-amfit finin pstntp. tn come for- iiereoy given lo uu uwsuuj uuijui, "-j ; - ; j - -- 1 . ji .1..!.. ....fKnnftnfaH innthin Thp tima nrMPMtiPfl hV law j-Tpi AKEN up as a stray, by Benjamin Newman, a light sorrel fill1 , three years I 0id5 three white feet, blaze face, a Mexican brand on the le'ft hip. The u!iderignedlhaving kept thesaid anitaal.somejtime, and no owner claimingher, he has old the same. Theownerean get His pay for said mare by proving.pro; perty and paying charges. BENJ. NEWMAN - , "Columbia, Sept. 15, 1S37. 89'dt LOST, BETWEEN Richmond and Doctor J. Hunter's, my claims for my services in the Texas army : they are dated, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 October 1837

(M -ts: i p -4- wfik-w&sr ' : "vo a&0$a3?r 2 - H 7-f lt-Wl i aiff FOIr. H. NO. 39. WBMKLE NO. 91. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. HOUSTON, SATURDAY, OCT. 4, 1887. THE TOWN OF MB TS2XA8 IEGISTIM h f" AND TEXAS REGISTER Is publisJied weekly, at the city of Houston, ly Cruger & Moore, proprietors. TERMS: Subscription, li e dollars a year, payable in advance. ildier- iising, ono 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 of more than three lines each, cards of passengers, and announcements of candidates for political offices, will be charged at he common rates of adver- tising. 5 ' -All advertisements to up paid for m advance. AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH : J . Brent (Jlark, jew Orleans, Bailt, Gtv fc Hoxev, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Pob, Columbia. Tiieodohu i Beknett, Brazoria. W. W. Shepard, Montgomery, Lake creek. Judge Ush- er, Texana. E. T. Branch, Liberty. Jos. Rowe, ...

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

J? s ID 1E0OKD CONGRESS FIRST SESSION. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. ' Wednesday, September 27, 1837. The house met pursuant to adjournment. Mr. Rusk presented Mr. Lumpkin, the member elect from the county of Houston, and moved that he be permitted to take his seat; the vote being taken he was granted permispion, and after 'laving been sworn into office, he took his seat. A message was then received from the senate informing the house that :&ev were organized and reaJy to proceed to business. Mr. Gazley rrvred that a committee of two be appointed to wait upon the senate end inform them that the house was organized and ready to proceed to tjuaiaess. Motion adopted and Messrs. Gazley and Branch appointed said committee. A message was received from the senate informing the house that they had appointed a committee to net in conjunction with a like committee on the part of the house, to wait upon his excellency, the president, and inform him that the two houses of congress were or- gani...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 October 1837

' f haa a very different &otion-jf the policy of sectionizing the country, to what Mr. Hardiman seems to have; and I fed well assured that very little reflection will be sufficient to convince any one acquainted with the peculiarities of Texas, that to survey the country in squares by lines running to the cardinal points, without regard to the streets of timber and water, by which the country is already marked out, would be to ren- der much of the lands worthless, by dividing the prairie from the water ana iimoer, ana ouen iu aiviue me Dotcom iana so as to mane it less val uable than it would otherwise be. It is the interest of both government and citizen to make as much land valuable as possible, but to do this the land should not be sur- veyed in squares, but oblongs, malting the water courses the base line and running back at least double the distance of the front. By this means mucn 01 me pramc lanus would oe made vaiuaDic, Dy uaving a small portion of water and timber attac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 October 1837

V hS2 sat' J- cswra tr . ftSa?vvSK A i 810 REWARD. IST&A.YED fcomtheliouse of Capt. Black, four milaa from Hariis- jf burg, a very large bay Horse, upwards of seventeen hands high, eignt years old, round built, no white except a smaii sauuie spot on nis back: walks and trots. Anv person delivering the above named horse to Mr. Dobie, ia Harrisburg, or B. D. M'Clure, on Bray's bayou, or giving information enabling me to get the horse, will be entitled to the above reward. Sept. 20, 1837. 89-3f . JAS. D. OWEN. DrvCSoods, Groceries, &c. TLBURN& UNDERWOOD hae just received and hav e on hand, a gen- eral assortment of Groceries: Wines and Liquors; Porter, Ale and Ci der; Hardware; Dry Goods; Boots, Shoes and Clothing. All of which they offer for sale on the most reasonable terms. ' Marion, March 13, 1337. 62 House, ign, and Ornamental Painting. The subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens of Houston and the coun- try at large, that he intendi carrying on the abote business...

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