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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 September 1841

fMl -. I C a'&if if e i ire t.T tit j,gnf2I - 2 "ifj : bit: i t i .fl . i. aj s:i:s:...zr jes - - .I r i Jli " 5r I -r y h TJGMlMS"-$5lin .advance. i0 BYCWGER &-MOORE- PUBLISHED BY CKUGER & MOORE. ------ te'R'HS. Subscription, per - 12 months or 52 numbers, - -$5 00 o " 2G " - - 3 00 , 3 " 13 " - - - 2 00 ir singlepaper, ------ 13 35-iVo credit will be given far subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, SI 00 -" 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 " Political card', each insertion, 4 00 ,c " Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to -.herifTs, on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising bv the quarter can do so on the f illowing terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each weelr, per quarter, Siu; a squares, i changing 3 each week, S50 ; G squares, changing 4 each week, jgGO "... AH adverlUements sent without written instructions will un- less sooner forbi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 September 1841

, i r fT Items JromtiKe Moinvtg Sleii', By the Kingston which arrived st" Galveston on'thV I2th st, waJiave received-New Orleans dates to the 8th inst inclusive:? The news'wo have" gathereafrom them will-be found in tho'extracts Wlqv. BusinessMn the city continued exceedingljidull, on account of the' prevalence of the YelloWPcver. The "Advertiser says: 'Should the pestilence continue, September and Octo ber might as well be stricken oiit of the calendar, for Ihe benefit thosejraonthswillibe" to the commerce of our city. Business, now dull, will become more so. Money, now scarce,' yill grow scarcer, and every element necessary to a rapid interchange of commodities and stimulative of industry, riow,"dorraant, will sleep a deeper sleep for the nexUwo months, to be waked up atTrost time, and hurried along the torrent of trade that drives by our town in winter timer Well, it is the part of philosophy to nwait the changes of things, since the public mind will not exert itself to' dispel t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 September 1841

"Wo already heat i&Herted that men who have op- posed the election ofrHoustoo.'wilUatteraptto embarrass his administration! by reducing tbe means for supporting the government so low, that it willbe'impossible to sus- tain it successfully? This we canrtci believe;, and derm 'it unworthy of the attention ofthe friends of Reform, for it is rertainly a rwe. attempted for no other purpose than to prevent that salutary reduction of our expenditures de- manded at the hands of Congress by nine-tenths of the people. Redlander. The election being ovpr, we feel now at liberty to drop -the discussion of exciting political themes. This is a grt-.ii r lie f to us for pi-rhaps there is no conductor of a neivspap-r ;n Texas who has less natural propensity than ourself, for the bitter turmoil and angry personalities which a canvass always engenders We presume our readers are as heartily sick of it .is xve are, and therefore rejoice that in pleasing ourself by the change of the -hiractei of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 September 1841

Mr .lot. w".f r."tvrt --W,- ?i-- notbeai vehecnientirely free from it since. I used your,LJfe IienixT'Bitle'rs. f-l"b4lievecmy.sell,cnred, and for a.. mattsm, man ofmy amI!beu?gin,my.66thyear,'I am in-good heallnb '' Thfewt'somtngr'I-wiUtestnhecfficacy.ofyDnr.medicines , farthet?Q"my'ca's8f and fhenydtrshall hear from me again.,, -i-.i--Wi,.a;el -"'SINGLEXON. WILSON. - (." Letter , from. Eli Thomati - . - Salem, Ohio, 20th, 9 mo., 1839J Friend W..B. MoBat,: Onef my.daughlers became afflicted with a cough about a.yearago,'wliicli sponged to all the alarm- ing symptoms of.coMumption,, Shel'wasre'duced quite low in a few weeks, and nothing seemedto afford her any relief. I was almost'discouragedj; as the disease was one -which is gene- rally considered incurable.'". On-using some or thy Life Pills and PhenixBitters.loweveiyswe discovered, to our joy and as- tonishment, that she began to recover; she took about a table spoonful of the Bitters at'atime,r'and a'Pill every 'evening, and fl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 September 1841

V s !ID QiK&fili -i"r -- , T r B "31 !BwBIfMHHB& ,i . .K vj A r-' 1 -TERJ&S 5 m advance. BQRWlR.MpOE. PCtffiTSHE'ff'B'S1 CRUGERr&:MO O RE -. , i . - x js it ihl tt - o , '.T i 1.-3 . 'il3 " - - - " singlepaper, . -. - -,- SSo'ctimm. be given" subscriptions. Kktis.no, 1st insertion; --JET'. i , 2d and subsequent insertion, ..! i nni "incprfinn. -$5 00 3 00 200 13 Si 00 50 4 00 c fuuucai earns, w " - -- Announcement oiuanniuaicsi'ciauuv i, vu A discount of 10,pe- cent, on the above rates will beinade to OiprilT on'alllesalnotices. Persaas-desirons of advertising by the quarter can do so on he Mlcvtrne terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of -han-in 3 square each week, per quarter, S40; 5 square!,, changing 3 each week, S50 ; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, JJ.lladverUements sent without written instructions will un-less-sooner. forbid, be inserted six months, and charged accor idinCTly No personal advertisements will be inserted. jVo credit viill begivevAo any tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 September 1841

T HE SANTA F EXPEDITION. The military-expedition frotnTexasoSantaEc, .which n nc unto ucicujiuic uubiucu, la icaiuwuMj"v- "t- ies. as a chimerical nroieeL without force' to sustain itself: and thev look upon its total failure as certain. We think . belter ofltisf efficiency, and look upon its success as with- in tho ran"ge""-6Tro6abilities. " ' The -Austin Gazette, published at the Texian seat of Gbvemment,(of the 23jd June last, informs' us that the ex- pedifion.wasyespatcnedby.the President of the Republic, to thai fortion'of the territory, known as the Santa Fe country.' It is, then, a government expedition, to the ex- trenioboider ofrits territory, and has been despatched at considera"ble trpuble and expense. When started it num- bered, about 450 men, organized into military companies, commandediby officers of the.army, and the whole under the commanded? HughMclIeod, a WestjPoint graduate. They 'wer"? well .armed and equipped,-and supposed to be sufficiently strong'to" force the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 September 1841

i , -'TUuTT--!! J- ' s--1--"-W - 242 6 Burleson, - -, . - ., - -Menefee, "- - x - -4 -' . - Willis H. Lnndfura. was'electcd'Represenlalive, over lEdmond R.GainesV ' I' J RErncio County. For President. tHoustoi), Burnet, 75 For Vice-President. . Burleson, - - " - Jones, ..--- Hunt. - - - - ; . 87 9 2 -J. -W.' Bower is elected Representative. Hon. I. Van Zapdt. is elected by a large majority for Uhe counties of Harrison and Panola, as their Represen- tative. ThVprecise -state of the polls had not been as- ceriained. "Messrs. Van Ness and Morris reached San Antonio 'from their mission to Arista on the morning of the 6th inst. They were well received and hospitably treated by the authorities and inhabitants wherever they went. We 'have not "as yet learned the full results of their mission, 'but one thing is certain Texas need not anticipate an in- vasion from Mexico, no matter 'how much the Mexican "Government and "the papers nrMer'their control may talk j-aboutaml threaten an invasion;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 September 1841

30 TtMs new KUnerriiftP.svrpM Pf.Otltl anhhls ilnritalerec- xv unco ,vv uisney, a' smauioi oi ,wnire anq rea.iuiji'i; Seed, nowan'ding fromlfie sfeanTeV'King'ston. and-Ior sale-'by' sen'15wtf-S05r M' f? ATJPTA 'Ann Srrana?Rlvestorf. tified'Whiskey v'imall lM1orVvlilte'an'4 redTunrip ASH paid-fot;-,Hiries,py- ,, '-,.-. ,.,. F ASHtpsid for Cotton, by lunevHTwirjT-. -pTGECALLEN, &-Co. The'jJLiilejJPillsand Fbenir Bitters. ' AJNUMBER-f the following celificates,4estifying lo. the immense benefit that individuals and families are deriving from these important medicines, have-not heretofore -been pub- lished 'in this rdantryl ' ' "T7 Tm MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS'ND TOCENIX BITTERS, - AGUE'&-FEVER;PILES'RHETJMATISM, AND. GENERA&)DEB'll4T.Y 6F 'THES YS TEM, AND IN' ALT. CASES'bficostiveness, dyspepsia, bilious I'obUvJaelio'nsjIastriniajUeUleaiFains, obstinate head- aches",unhealthy,appearance.of theskin, the sickness incident to .females in delicate heallhjeveryikind of weakness of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 October 1841

- - Y ONBMtB&aw--iiKRB' -WKHli ' I t ,.' i i -'- iit . - . r iiiiij 3 ttaafe E-V 9W . . I. S r TERJH8-$5 in advance., BY CRUGER & MOORE- .PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE JL ElAlUSt Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, -6 " 26 " - - n it It " - . - S5 00 300 2 00 13 SI 00 50 400 " singlepaper, - - - - - fivo credit will be given for subscriptions. Advebtiswo, 1st, insertion, -. .- P?r square, i 2d and subsequent insertion, .' T..i:tr,i nnrAs. each insertion, Announcement of Candidates peranno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to 3herirTs.Ton all legal notices. , " Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the f. Hewing terms: Per' 4 squares, with the privilege of 'hanin"2sSuares each week, per quarter, S40; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, 850; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, 3J1 advertisements sent without written instructions will un- less" sooner forbid, be lnserledsir1 months, and'eharged accor dingly. i i .'? 4 No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 October 1841

Newspapers in various Countries Paris has now up wards of 27 daily papeis, the average sale of. which ex- ceeds 90.000 per diem, while London has'bnly nine daily, papers, with a sile of about4J5,5Qb per diem.No suffix cient data exists for'computinp.with'anydegree ofaccu- racr.the number jofxoplesjLriejg8pa,prs.at.,presi ninny, nually'cifcul .ted in the'United States,, but it probably dofs not fallffaPshorf oY lOT).000$q0.f '-(Tbewial number of papers-issued in-Greal"Britain and'In-Iand, in 1837, was onlyJ47;248l0pD )Tje'vveek1y1issuesof theBritish press oTowerJGrtnaart,are.29.d00;-those of the French press.- 8,O0O.raTiJe earliesUSpanish 'newspaper was published aboutjthjf cpmmencement.of'lhe eighteenth century. In 1-800 only two paliticaljnewspapers were publishid; and but a -fewvears ago1, only,twelve newspapers for a popu- lation of. lcWOO.ODO,'" There tare- about 'twenty news- papers andidaily. journals, in Portugal, and one at. the Azores-a Chn whole-number ofjonrn ils in Italy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 October 1841

(-'- Fs I" ,'' te ,r i it v -A t he -Indians that may follow on his return trail. It will be recollected that a party of Indians followed on the re- turn trail of Col. Moore, last winter, after he had destroyed the Commanche Village, and re-captured seventy horses belowAustin. A similar party followed on the return trail of the expedition of Col. Neill, up the Brazos, in 1839, and committed several depredations on the frontier just afterlhe "troops weie disbanded. A large parly also, late ly followed on the return trail of Captains Lpwis and Chandler; and it is almost "certain that a party will follow on the return trail of this expedition. It is important, therefore, that some stratagem should be devised to in- tercept them. Svrvey of the Coast. We learn from the Colo- rado Gazette,- that the government schooners of War San Antonio and San Bernard, were in the harbor of Matagorda onthe25lh ulL, in charge of Com. Moore, who was engaged in the survey of the Coast .Public Revenue. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 October 1841

KE VIEWTDFTTOETSE W'OHEEANS MARKET - '' CorrectxaVfriim the Bulletin of September 1st. COTTON ilVERPOOE CLASSIFICATION. a"K Mississippi andLomsianT V Ordinary, v '- r - - - - . .7 a ) Old JMiddling!. - - -, Middling Pair, .7 -.-. . Bi a iMommai. ,- JO a 101 "I "U 1VS I .. U..11.. c.?. , im V If- New. GoodFWr.r . ( r --, ., a 111 , Gooa and Erne, i ? - - - a 12J .T. 'N. .Alabama and Tennessee trash 71 Average Lists 8 a 8i Fair, Crops, -.---- a ; Slzg-ar-Louisiana 5l'a6 fur fine; Havannn, white, lOolOJ; 'brown"6jo7r cts. - . "-JlTotosies On Levee, new 20 a 23 cts per gal; saleson plantation vi6'o 16J cU.: , . Pork Clear a 9100: mess,$9la ;M O. 9 a ; Prime S7J Bacoh-Btxas, 5a6 ctsperlhj canvassed 7 a 8 ditto: ohoul- ders, 2a 3'doiIMidlings, do. Sides a 4J. Lard Per4b.5 a Sets. , ' Beef MeskJSl 1 BO a "812, per bbl., Prime 84 25 a S6 75 - -Coffee Havana Green J1J a 121 cts.; Rio Hi o 11; Jaya,'14 a 16 flour $6 ty per bbl. - Lead Pig,v3f a 31, els per lb. y j Tobacco First quality ' . a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 October 1841

m ratii&i 1 : ,V"V . K & AlVsn jT. A'fK f5PTT E!?W W, iL-:k I r t ;- .i . ' "' -i i-"-?ta. . TJEJRi?fS-7-S.5 ia.,advanc.e. . - lr II BYGRUGER & MOORE- UB'LISITED BY CRUGER & MOORE Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, -G " 20 " - - 3 13 " - - - cinclfinaDer. - - - - - $5 00 3 00 2 00 J3 Si oo 50 4 00 i-No credilMU be given fursubscriptions. ap.ot.sing. 1st insertion, - - i- -.--i 2d and subsequent inseition, D.,Hi.Vnl rards. each insertion, ,i Announcement of Candidates peranno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to .Tiorifl"' on all lesal notices. aenu, n - ,wr,isinS bv the quarter ran do so on i.h'g Alcwin? terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of -hanWn" 2 squares each weeic,-'per quirier, a,w; a Mjua.-, changing 3 each week, S50; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, S All advertisements sent without afitlen instructions will un- less sooner fjrbid.beinsertedsirmonths, and charged accor t-dlnglv-, ' - . ... . . . . , Nooersonal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 October 1841

ed in their position, so that th'ereis far less prospect of iniurv from the seveiitiesof vinter. '. It is a matter of lit- tie consequence, howeveV; 'at. which o'f,these seasons the s hardy kinds are removed. Plants when TaTfcnTronT'th'e earth" to" be Transferred, should hR-TfimnvedJ with mnch crire.F. Should any injury -be sustained by loss or a mutillation -of a part of the roots, -"tha whnln hodvofthe rdant together with the root, may V-WirdrrlerscS' in resit, water during a period of twenty or i thirty hours, previous to setting it in the eartn again. The top, is to.be lessened in,, proportion 10 me io iuc " "iootsraay have sustained. ' Otherwise the plant will per- . ish from n loss otib.wonted nourishment., ,TKe ordinary quality o root beingl diminished, the exhaustion from "evaporation will.be greater than the absorptionoi the te- maining"xiortiojn of; the root, so, that the plant will die by transpiration: "'' ' October-and November, ofter the first frosts have ar- 'reite3th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 October 1841

,o 14-sr & '- S h" ' ii "Probably, Mr. Granger may feel bound to follow tHB-ex-. ample. This occurrence can Tiardly "cause you ihe same -degree of regret which itihas occasioned to me; as they are not only my friends, but persons) with Whom I have -had, for some lime, a daily official. intercourse. I could not partake in this 'movement. It is supposed to be jusii- fied.-I presume, by the differences which have arisen be- J tween the President and Congress, upon the means of es- tablishing a pfoper Fiscal "Agency, and restoring a sound state of the currency; and collateral matters, growing out of these differences, fregref these differences as deeply ns any man; but I have nolbeen ablefo see in what man- ner the resignation of the Cabinet was likely either to re move or mitigate the evils produced by them. On the contrary, ray only reliance for a remedy for these evils has been, and is, on the union, conciliation and persever- m Tinee of the whole Whig party; and I by no means de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 October 1841

-1 iC HOES. 6 cases of ladle' .and geulleiucn's shoes, ,boots, t -irAlHESiOrTHEREBUBLIC .OF-iTEXAS; rk 'cayi?PVnlhL siiace ,ft - - -- s w -.w - - - y - - i luuxtcua luxea ooois. strap .noes, uiwuttu uuuw ,...... aa and kid. slippers, lies and straps; gentlemen's lasting ana lined brogues, kip and calfskin shoes, brogans and pumps, and ...a good assortment of boy's shoes, just received and for sale by V may 18 , J. SHACKELFORD, Jr. ' 4fc4 d&V April, 1841 id from ard, Fr cent. adv. 45 -J i)Boolre,in 00 ' '' -i "? ' -I"''- l vfrea- i Calicoes, and all articles ot 'which iotton - . s S ' .-- -Ae,-abd all-other kinds of-Malt-Liquor , n ? Ftmnscomponent part, tCiderfifi'cosk or bbftle, -' J l , 'Coffee. ? -"i -- , ,- Farming Utensil.," Implements of Husban- j i3dryy; find Furniture the property of EntigFafrts in.actual use,-not exceeding in. value 650CU ---'Isp"! - .Ironhnier. Mr. or rod. -'- .. tic: ....- '45 45 1 15 free. 15 . I all TiianuTactured articles of which it .. 'Vc-formsca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 October 1841

-vJ!'?? A :& J tirJ' sy -s V4J?: r QUR(B3SWIB3ft & t& or 7 at.tKcena'ii'tlic'year. . 3T '-f -tiM;aom "Atti&-,&iiisiiia :' In- R K IX tif J i i - ' iii ' TTT -0-f j- r-"j if i - , -- x. "I I "W 1 "-v T W " - a r-TP f ""I m "" TT I 1 CI "V O 4 i V . .. i'-f , , - -- PUBLISHE D'BlYtCilU GERMOOKE. ,' Subscription, per . JH numus "?--.f3 oo I. "-kj 3 .-.'- 13 - 4vb"i?2-3 IC 6IUglCPFcl .", J v- - ' J1 rrNb credit will oe given wr suobcri"-- . ei.nn Adtei.tis.no, lstt insertion, - . -marjjWMe S00 r . 2d and subsequent insertion-, --5 i Political carclsyeacfcinsertipn, --,- -4UU ' - Announcement of Cindidates-per.anno.tf 10-00 A discount oflO per cent, en ttie rtmye Tales, willbe madejo -!henn?s.onaiiiegiiuuuttj.. "j.j. . , v, r " e f. Mowing termsr Per 4fqU"1?rih , A? pn!Eff thi All advertisements sent -yrithoat -afillcn instructionswill un- less sooner'fjrbld, bi xnsertedsix mobtiisand charge atcor No personal advertisements will be inserted., j J ., . iVd caitiJJietre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 October 1841

iifeX as atniij ofpiprlously bad character, Lot'' J3tai$sandlTexas We have often heard o' in the United.; him n ft npn-rn nnfohnrca tTiinf nnf? Tift him Wn rpnpntpd- iy arrested on fli'oVe eimrgcVbut, arcfrand cunning rogue, he liasalwavsJbacriJable, bsuborflpd witnesses, or otlier-wIse,-3kpove' himself clear, 6f.tne.Iavyrs vengeance. This may be said in extenuatioroTthe conduct of the Regula- torsas respectsYocam but we are averse to the practice t fn, general, nnd"will always raise our voice against It, for the reason just assigned, that salutary effects rarely re- sult from these measures Redlander. Raising'JUIelons. The Louisiana Advocate, published at Covington, states that the Hon. LyraSn. Briggs, of that place, raised 436 melons on a piece of grotind'72 f et by 44, which averaged 16 lbs. each. One ofttiem weighed 46 pounds; one 46 two 45, and one 44. THE fELEGiAM.- EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, Jr f-fe" Houston, Wednesday, Oct 2,184 1. News from the West. A letter wasreceived in V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 October 1841

""SSSi " 5i-" tifkales'issued.igned'ln one offioojandcouniers'gnud in anotne r Hues years atter, ino-voucncrs ore enncr tost, jluid, embezzled, or stolen, Iarri tobo held responsible. It ssems Col. Love has full "receipts for all the money deposited lo be funded : no blame, therefore, can.possibly attach to him: but on the other hand, if the money he has deposited and for which he has, receipts cannot now be found, Ihe-plain inference if, ihat'it has. Keen re-issued, or stolerifrom th'e-office of .the Stock Commissioner.- We planting btda nice widejOjfe'for the. growth of the plant, which is precisely in ihe"ijitddIe.)-rheJriext business is hoeing, and thinning ib'twdstalk'S'irfffplace, which mako a stand The next time it' is- wdBcd, -I side it with a shovel plough, and. hoe it the thirdMime. I side and plough the row out, and if it is clear, it is unnecessary to use the hoe. Cotton, I think, ought to be ploughed five times the last time should be the last of July or the first of Au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 October 1841

-$&ir? V 3as8S5 :& ' .w " MS? flSKF -"sr.-ci.&r "'S- r-. fffiVIEWFiTHE-NEWORLEANS.MARKETj 8oTTlitK-lFgRPOOLrCLAS3iriCATt6 j 'Middling - - - "Z$ ' cTlf MddhneFair. --,- - - ' 9a.9i' MmdliagKair, Fair, " - C,ll r. 91 n ,SJ I i'f- " - " - . -nlO-k New. Good and FWe? J-1 - - - .. '12-a,12J'.) N.AIaJ"ttnahd Tennessee, trash - - -Jl yj Average Listi - y- - - - p t-, . "i a.8 J. l?narLo'msana 41 7c for fine fHavaflna, white, 91 a 10;' brown CI jiJicts. C ., .:Ti, U - . , , -,., ' 7 t -; mini.!. 1. d.m nn nlantfliion -a cts, - ' . q Jorfc-Ctear'i- a 9100: mess, S95 a 10; M- 0. 9 o9; Prime S3 "rf-iimtBaectaperlbjrcanvasscd 7, a 8 ditto: Shoal- derv2a'Sdo; MtdUngs,, dOySides a 4. Lard Per lb. 6 a 8 cts. ""7"' . .,..,,. -Mes3.!S12 $12, per bbl., P"e.$f.?oa,f"iL, utB Cojee-mvmvi GroenJH12i cts.; Rio 11 a HI; Java, 14 o 16 Mow J61 a-7 per bbl. ' Lead Pig, 31 a 3 cts per lb. Tc&MoFirst quality - - cts Per- Xh scc05d t'u-aly 00 a 00: crossed 00 a 00 . 1ft ,. mukty Rectified, a 20 c...

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