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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 August 1841

m w sawta wis K il T r f p i fc- --. . , i -" ' J ; .. .u - - , ,. . . - K -a 4M I! ' -v t . -' i J .- w TJEJKJH' S3 'in advance. - BY CRUGEUJ&MOOilE. Sidliment shewing the amvunt assessed in the different , Counties. lLsm''37. Paid 1837. Assessm'l '38 Paid Austin, Bastrop, Brazoria, Bexar,. Colorado, Fannin, Fayette, Fort Bend, Galveslon, Goliad, Gonzales, Harris, Harrison, Houston, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, liberty, Ma'agurda, Milam, "Montgomery, Nacogdoches, Navasoto, Panola, Hod River, Reiugio, Robertson, Sabine, San Augustine, San'Patricio, -Shelby, Travis, Victoria, "Washington, G.2CU 85 1,615 93 19,146 27 I 2,592 18 2,014 05 385 59 310 24 1,587 79 18,203 62 1,846 69 2,014 05 385 69 5,169 74 2,774 43 19,793 61 1,978 44 600 05 1,336 48 4,783 24 293 15 696 86 258 2,307 16,306 1,953 440 1,292 4,776 14 666 2,593 1,104 1861 1,303 1,450 2,022 2,759 258 54 9,642 44 1,167 to 2,476 8G 1,595 09 1,551 23 3,416 00 7,543 94 2,592 68 -402 57 10.8G6 98 249 54 9,642 44 '1;167 G3 1,989 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 August 1841

the telegraph: EDITED BY FRANCIS JOOEE, Jr. Houston, Wednesday, f&ug. 18, 1841. FOR PRESIDENT, : DAVID G. BUKJNET. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, EDWARD BURLESON- Indians retiring from the Frontier. From all the information we can gain, we are confident the In- dian tribes are all removing' their families to a distance from the northern frontiers. The statements of several rangers who have lately traversed different sections ofthe Indian country confirm us in this opinion. These ran- gers affirm that nearly all the Indian trails they discov- ered led towards the north and north-west, and as many of these trails contained the tracks of children, they were induced tohelieve, that the families are removing beyond the Cross Timbers. The expedition of'Col. Cooke to survey the military road, to Red River, and the numerous incursions of parties of rangers and surveyors into the In- dian country has undoubtedly excited great alarm, and caused them to tremble for the safety of their families who' h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 August 1841

-1 'J -"this county. ThaHrfe independent voters of Texas will boldly step forward to thecoraingcontest: and shew to the civilized world, that .they are determined to check the course of vice and immorality in this their adopted coun- try, by electing a man free from those beastly sins, which stand forth so prominent in Sam Houston, is the firm belief of an OLD FARMER. Austin City, August 12th, 1841. My Dear Sir : " I have only time to drop you a few lines congratula- ting you and the country, upon the almost certain pros- pects of Judge Burnet's elpction. There can be no mis- take in this, unless I have been badly deceived; by every account from different sections. I have received informa- tion from Red River, and the estimate you published in your paper of the 4th inst., is very nearly correct. Swartwout, August 13th, 1841 "The Nothern Division of Liberty are not quite all Houston men; I think out of 300 votes, Burnet will get from 150 to 160, and perhaps more." The writer further ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 August 1841

Hot be amiss, perhaps, lo mentidfl.that, alihpugh subjecl to IJhcu- UtjcatfjmpT tare been m!rtly free'fromrit since I used your Lite 'tiPillan3''Kienit;BlUe'rs".l:l believe' myscU cured, andfor.a "man ormyagejbeihginmy.eeih year, lam in good health. c-7,,-TJa'hext'summer Twill-test" the efficacy of your medicines i'urtherin,my'case,cand theii you shall hear from me again. " " -"' , 'SINGIET.ON WILSON. T ., t Letter from Eli Thomas. iii - Salem, Ohio, 20th, 9 mo., 1839 Friend W. BMotTarii One of my daughters became afflicted r.OT'h'?- eongh about a.year ago, 'which soon Je'dto all the alarm- t clngsymptoTns.of consumption. ,She was reduced quite low in aew' weeks, and nothing seemed lo afford her any relief. I was almost discouraged, 'as the disease was one which is. gene- ,rally, considered incurable. On using some of thy Life Pills s?n4 Phenix Bitters, however, we discovered, to our joy and as- tonishmentj; that shej began to recover; she took about a table spoonful of the Bitters ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 August 1841

rv- USED' WBSUIB OUBfl-.WBSfr SUtJ T SET . WKLIBHffiilINu a El ; ite .1 II II iL 11 . ii Hi , II i mm mm mmmmmmmmm , TERJWSr?&5 in advance. BY CE;UGER1& MOOE- PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOO RE, ifiR'ins. 12 month:, or 52 numbers, C " ' 26 " 3 " 13 " - - Subscription, per -S5 00 3 00 2 20 50 SI 00 50 " 'I singlepaper, .... $No credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, " 2d and subsequent insertion. " Ptilftii3l nrHs. pjirh insertion. 4 00 " Announcement of Candidates perantio't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff's, on all legal notices. prn rip;rnns ofadvertisine bv the auarter can do so on lhe-f illcwing terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each weelr, per qnarter, g4U; a squares, changing 3 each week, S50; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, S60 All advertisements sent without wnllen instructions will un- less, sooner forbid, be inserted six months, and charged accor dl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 August 1841

THE TELEGRAPH; psrEDITEB-BY- FRANCIS MOORE, Jr. Houston Wednesday &ug. 25, 1841. .'-' FOR PRESIDENT,' : VDAVID' G. BUEJNET. - FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, 'EDWARD BUELESON- The partiesoftvolunleers under the command of Capts. Chandler and Lewisrhave returned. They did not meet with the troops of theSanta F6 expedition They found the Indian town on the Brazos as designated by the Mex- ican prisoner captured some -weeks since but as there was a large force concentrated at the place, they did not think it prudent to make an attack. On their return they met with a party of Caddoes.and Cherokees, and a slight skirmish occurred, in which they lost -one man and had several wounded. It is said -these "Indians have large cultivated fields, a blacksmith's shop, and about sixty slaves. Col. Burleson intends raising a party of volun- teers to destroy this village. He will start on the expe- dition about the. 13th of-September. The Mails. We have received a letter from Col. May'field, from Nacogdoche...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 August 1841

I tl .1 ' - Through the politeness of Mr. AT J. Harrell, of this city, we have been permitted to malce, the following ex- tract from a private jetler, received-ty him from a friend, residing at Epperson's" Ferry, Bowie county. 'You wish to know how Old Sam will stand as a can- didate.in this county; I can tell you that he will get beat badly in Bowie, Red River, Lamar and Fannin counties; his being an eleven league man, will be his downfall here. I heard him say if he could not establish his eleven leagues, that "he would sectionize the twenty bor- der leagues, and have them sold; we say we will not Jet hjm have the chance. I-believe Burnet win do me next President: Sam is losinff eround fast: he drinks too much ; he is too fond of breaking down a man if he nn' no no tin rlrtnn" Alirtil, SSfi1ttll1l The Civilian says, "The average amount of imports through the Custom House of Galveston, forthesixquar ters ending 30th June, 1841, is 81.581,029 00 Exports for the same period, -Of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 August 1841

But Wmissf T)raps,io.mention tha.tjalthough subject to Pjr " matisi&l Jiare been entif elyjree ffoinlt'sinceX used jour Ler Pills 'tmd.-'Pb.enlr'B.iuer n-belie-ve 'myself 'cured, and'fora man pCmy agejoeingin.my KlhTyear, Iain in good health. TheifrtCsumihsr, I ilUest the 'efficacy of your medicines ftrtutmW.cas&andheii'jon shall hear from me again. " ," V. ' "" ' - SINGLETON WILSON. Letter, from Eli Thomas. ' T Salem, Ohio, 20th, 9 mo., 1839 Friend W. B. Moffat: One of mv daughters became afflicted with a'cbrigh about a-year ago, which soon'led to all the alarm- ing symptoms of consumption."; ,Ske was reduced quite low in 6-few weeks,' and nothing'seSmed to afford her any relief. I was almost discouraged, -as the disease was one which is gene- rallyconsideredncu'rable. OriLusing some of thyXife Pills and Phenix Bitters, however, we discovered, to our joy and as- tonishment, that she began to recover; she took about a table spoonful of the Bitters at a' time, and a Pill ever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 September 1841

" -si :yj?;'sgij3?yj.M-,'jgsw-i ."'lawnaes . Ll aHT- - ' :i'-rr l".ik bzz .pkoo-.1' . " lal)h hyp (rKt)01'' 7tf i-.3!JHtS!?i3y!f5!?: .jJ. ' .-t - . ! r. m . m V f . Et- k- tf .. r'i fc ' F v - 9- W T' RT !?. IK. , :- i" If- '' ""- v " ' ' ' " i '" --$5. in advance. ( f'r' BY GRUGER-&-MOOKE, PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE Subscription, per 12munths or 52 numbers, - " C -I' 26 . " . - - ii ' ' ' ci 3" k 13 " - - - , ii a:f ii single paper, ----- grNo credit -will be given for subscriptions. ADTEimsiHa.Mst insertion, - - per bquare, -S5 00 3 00 5T20 50 Si 00 50. 4 00 " nfl 2d and subsequent insertion, - - Puliticarcards, each insertion, it " Annntini-pmpnt of Candidates peranno t, 10 00 A discount 'of 10'pe? cent.on thelibore rates will bo made to sb.enn7sron all legal notices. , " prn desirous of advertising bv the quarter can do so on ifc fillVwin? terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each weelr, per quarter, $40; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, 850; 6...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 September 1841

TJBE TELEGRAPH. j-EDHBD-Hff-FBANCIS MOORE,-Jr. Houston, Wednesday ', Sept. 1, 1841. .' FOR PRESIDENT,- . DAVID GBUEINET. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ' EDWARD BURLESON. " Colony of Emigrants. We have -learned with pleasure5, 'that' the colony which for -some time past has been organizing in Philadelphia, already numbers about one'hundred and fifty families, and that they intend sail- ing from that city, on or about the first of November next It is their intention if possible to secure a location above the frontiers, on the waters of the San Saba Aor Pecan river: and'as they will muster one or two hundred able- bodied men, they could undoubtedly, hold a location in the heart of the Indian country ; but they would neverthe- less, besubjected to so much inconvenience and expense, in transporting their farming utensils, furniture and othqr necessary articles from. the coast, that they would be dfs- courngedalmostinlhe very outset of their undertaking. They would-nlso findit'xlifficult to forward...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 September 1841

i" , 1 v t , homo anSabroadCB unsullied moial character? -But? .!- 1 CUm?ltlZ? ,l,Xf inn itnnThto nrA pntprfnlnpd in regard to tho result of,thepenainpntestfbr.theJPresi- dency. The friends of ouc country tliose whose entire interests nre identified with its yeafot its woe: the friends of order and morality; all who appreciate the worth of national character, are,arlsing in ineir rnignt, ana win, nn iKr first MnnriW nf Sentember. march in one solid phalanx to tjie polls, aud. deposits their votes, in f.ivor of the JPeoples' Uanaiuate, uavicujrrsurneu - A TEXIAN. FATHER MATHEW. ADDRESS OF THF BEL- FAST AND LISBURN TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETIES. . --. The crowds who resorted to Banbrjdge, in order to take' the pledge from Father Mathew, on'Monday last, were astonishingly great. . He had designed to administer the pledge at the new Chapel, but the concourse of people was so vast, as entirely to preclude the possibility of his doing so. He was, therefore, under the necessity of re- tiring ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 September 1841

trot fee amiss, perhaps, "to mention thai, alihougn subject lo Rhcu. natism, I have been entirely free from,it)rice;I tredyonr Life Pills and Fhenlx Biners.-3l belipye myself cared, and fear a man of my age, being in my 66th year, I am in good health. TheTnesf.summ'ir.ICwilltest the efficacy of your medicines furtneHninVcase, and then yon shall hear from me again. s?'; , vi i" "T1" SINQtETON WILSON. . 8 '. - - r, " ' - ' Letter from Eli Thomas. -i ,J t i ' Salem, Ohio, 20th, 9 mo., 1839J ' Friend W. B. Moffat:-One of my daughters became afflicted withii'eoagh' abontalyeatagoj' which soon led to all the alarm- ing symptoms of consumption jShe was reduced 'quite low in aiew'weeks, and notfiing seemed'to afford her'any relief. I was almost 'discouraged, as the disease .wa one which is gene- Tally considered incurable. -"On using some 'of thy Life Pills and Phenix Bitter, however, rwe' discovered, to our joy and as- torilshment)"1thatrsh'e'iegan td Tecoverj'she'took about a table spoonf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 September 1841

5&s- - -i' f?-r -V U'JilXiiiilJi 4 rf . i v t - . 1 i ! 3 ? !KEi?H---ff W aiaVancel Y CRU&ER&.MDOJIE. PUBLISHED'BY-CRUGER & MOORE .TEJRM.S. Subscription, per 12 months, or 52 numbers, i- - g i t' '-'26 " " . 3, ," .. 13 " - -. " , " single paper, - - JrNo chdifwilVbesi ven for subscriptions. AnvEkTisiNO, 1st insertion, - - per square, " 2d and subsequent insertion, " . Political cards, each insertion, $5 00 300 220 50 $1 00 50 4 00 ' . Annnnnrflment of Candidates peranno't, 10 00 A discount oflO per cent, on the above rates will, be made to sheriff's, on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the f mewing terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of ohangin" 2 squares each weelt," per quarter, $40; 5 squares, changing 3 eichweeir, S50;-6 squares, changing 4 each week, S60 , , All advertisements sent without written instructions will un- less sooner Cirbid, be inserted siximonths, and charged avcor dingly. ,. No personal advertis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 September 1841

Australia. Extracts from a pamphlet entitled "The Resources of Australia," w'riuerbyjaq'Afislmlian'Colon- ist, who had been fourteereaTs'.rn mejcojjnt'ry: The number of sheep in the Australian ;tat)nies!at present, may amount to four mlllions.orpvvardsJJnderpod manafiemehrthey wiirdoubre"tEemseIyes in three yeais. "lam aware lhatnliis is m6re? rapid raieof-inerease than --jlias hitherto-taken -place for any length of lime-in the Australian colonies talcfen toother. But either" from in- ' experience "dthe,ya"ritj3Cmeans,-on.the part .of the pro- prietors, , sheep have. not .generally been managed in the best" manner. Great improvements- have of late taken place in;th"is respect in New South Wales, an'd it is to be hopetl that1 those iirtprovera'ents 'will become general. XTnder tolerable management, however, she'ep will double themselves njlbuf yea'fj Taking the present stock of sheep Iheniirthe Au,stra1iao.colohies to' be four millions, and supposing that they will increase at that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 September 1841

.'- -: r r T From-the New Genessee-Farmer. EDUCTIONOPF-ARMERS'i CHILDREN. " Messrs. Editors. I have spoken,of tlie useful part of educ'atioQ, as it either directly or indirectly influences the mind, t have taken V rather extended Education for the general standard, because veare more liable to fall ber low' than, exceed the standard, "whatever it may be. I wish now to" consider the real object of education, the de veloping, exercising, training the powers of the mind. "" It is not so much the mere knowledge itself, valuable as that is in various respects, as it is the fitting of the mind for the business and duties of .life. Of arithmetic, only a iew rules find application irr the business of the farmer and of most men; but who would desire his son to study only these rules while'lhe others have a far greater edu- catingpower upon the mind. Indeed, if we contemplate only these subjects which will have a direct application and be-directly practicable upon the farm, they will be found...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 September 1841

4- .bia3iSs,eiKa;tBnentiontI)U;slti6ahsabjeclto7?Au- wjbjoKwvI bare .been entirely free.from, it since, I used yonr Life cKllsfand Phenix Bitters.'i 1 believe, myself; cured, .and lor a i5an.ef my age, being in my 66th,year,' I amin good health. -r 1 The next .grimmer, I will test the 'efficacy of your medicines .fftrthexin. my ease, and then yoii shall hear from me again. -.. iL ir ., "' - SINGLETON WILSON. -i Letter from Eli Thomas -",' - ' .. Salem, Ohio,20th, 9 mo.j 18395 ,. Priend.'WV'B. Moffaii'On'e of mf daughters became afflicted ,E:wlth"a'coxiglrabont a year ago, which'.&oa'ledto'-all the alarm- ing symptoms of consumption. "'She waVreduced quite low in a few Weeks, and nothing seemed to afford her any relief. I cjwas almost discouraged, as thedisease was one which is gene- rally considered incurable. On using some of thy Life Pills and Phenir Bitters, however,' we discovered, to our joy and as- tonishment, that she began'to recover; she too: about a table spoonful of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 September 1841

"lllii-l WW& 1 ( "i v; a ' - - : ; TJERJfl.S---$5 in advance. Published Weekly. y or'S7 at the endof h yenf ' Jl'B illKD "QMBSI&B r 0 -.' rK t P, y BY CRUGER & MOORE- ETJBLISHED BY CRUGER & M00J3E. .' . .TjEEMS. Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - :S5 00 , n j ' C " 26 " - - 3 00 a 3 " 13 " - - - 2 20 .i ' V' singlepaper, ------ 50 53-Vo credit -will be given for subscriptions. AovERTisiso, 1st insertion, - - per square, 1 00 " ""? 2d and subsequent in;eition, " - - 50 ti Political cards, each insertion, 4 00 "" Announcement of Candidates per antio't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on theubove rates will be made to jherifTs.on all legal notices. P.r m desirous of advertising bv the quarter ran no so on the f 'Hewing terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each weeir, per quarter, 5$4U; o squares, chsngiug3 each week, S50; C. squares, changing 4 each week, All advertisements sent without wcillen instructions will un- less iooner f irb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 September 1841

Tlio following is the narrative of the grntkman who was lost for fourteen days in the swamps and morasses of Louisiana. It is- an interesting' story, whieb vc copy from the St Francisville"Chronicle: Mr. Editor: In looking over the Picayune of the 14th inst, I perceived that some friend had made mention of the fact, that" an individual had been lost in the swamps near Bayou Gross Tete, and I feel it my duty to give, through .your paper, to the public a brief sketch of the suffering consequent upon aTfourteen day.' sojourn in a cane-brake. I left the east bank of Biyou Alabama, six miles above "Whiskey bay, on the morning of the.lSlh of May, on a hunting expedition. Leaving Bayou Alabama on my left hand, and travelling south by west for about t wo hours, I shot.n deer. After'divcsting the animal of its head, &c , I took it on my shoulder and started for the encampment. "Rfhen-l Tetraced ray steps some distance, I found where a panther had recently been scratching the ground. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 September 1841

school Juriugjholweefc." ,He',lh"us laid the foundation of the good state of morals that now, exist in that community. This clergyman, was. Rf v.1 P. Fullenuuler, who has since made a location Montgomery-county. The people of iort tloustqnyel speak or nim with great anecuon ana respect. Fort Houston is 7 miles from Trinity and 15 from Neches. Magnolia is situated on Trinity River, seven miles from Fort Houston, for which place it is intended to be the landing. It is favorably located, and its proprietors are saqguine in being" able, to make it the commercial depot for all that beautiful and fertile country embraced in the Cherokee country, as well as a good portion of Nacogdo- ches, Houston and Burnet counties Seme improvement has been nud at this point during the present year, and others are in contemplation during the ensuing (all and winter. Steam Boats can readily ascend to Magnolia from four to six months in the year. The town is situa- ted on a high bluff; the.country in the v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 September 1841

Bofbe amiss, perhaps, to mention that, although subject to Uheu. jmaturn, I have been entirely free from it since.! used your Life jJ?ilis-;and JPtieiiix"Bitters. .' X'beilfve myself cured, and for a man'of my agejbeingiri my.66th year, lam in good health. The,next ummgrjl will test 'the' efficacy of j-our medicines jjinwh'e'r In' my easel 'and thai yon .shall hear from me again. 'M ' .-., i ' SINGLETON WILSON. Letter from Eli Thomas. ' Salem, Ohio, 20th, 9 mo., 1839J Friend W. a. Moffat : Oneofmy daughters became afflicted with a cqpghjabont a"yearago, which soon ledto all the alarm- ingymptpms of consumption. She was reduced quite low in -vtfew weeks, and nothing seemed, to afford her any relief.' I "was almost-discouraged, as the disease was one which is gene- ,rally considered incurable. On-usicgsome of thy Life Pills "and PhenixIBitters, however, .we discovered, to our joy and as- tonishment, tbat.shebegan to recover; she took about a table spoonfulbf the Bitters at a time, and...

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