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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 March 1846

4 Aj. Z ICTEL TJB&JlE'jg $5 In advance. Iieblished Weekly. or $7 al the end ol the ycair ' n Mr H ANU I CAAu lit lila I Ml ""--" llffll 11 wmmmmm jyr ImBl ftlr I Hill .Ciut .1 .l & BY CJRUGER & MOORE. PU'BL.lSfcLiaD B Y CRCJGER & MOORE": SBBs&aiPTioK, per 12 months or 52 n umbels, $5 00 ,-'-' '. 0-c 26 " --- --3 00 gsL.4 3 "-" 13 "" - - - 2 00' ' 1 " . single paper, - - -"- -.- 13 5Nb credit will be giveu-foi subscription?. . '" -ADVBaTiauJG," lsl insertion, - - per square, $ t 00 21 inQMibaequent insertion,-" - - '.50 ' Political cardseacb insertion, - - --"UP0 . AnnouncementoXJandidatesperanno't, lTT"i(f A disconnioTlspei cent, on theabove rates iillbe.made to sherffc, ondll leral noin sJ Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on IheToliowieig er.iu-r Per 4 squares, withMhe privilege of changing 2 squares each weelr, per'quarter, $i5; 5 squares, cluugingS each week, $30; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, 335. - . . . ... AH rftrprifs;rnentsseni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 March 1846

two inches above the cardiac orifice of the stomach, and in that situation it was impossible to tiring itjip by the moutb. The doctor therefore tied a bit of 6ponge to the end of a piece of whalebone, and after bending it to the shape of the passage, pushed the pin -into the stomach, which gave instant relief. Eruption of 'Mount Hecla. According to news received from Iceland to the 12th ofDcloher, the eruption of Mount Hecla still continued wTtbJroe same violence; the lava ran from tfie-south west -crater without intermission, and had alreodyvcqvered a space or three miles, and heaped up a mass in a plafn at the foot ofthe mountain thirty or forty cubits In height. This river of lava presented on a clear night, j spectacle at once magnificent and imposing. Let the reader picture to himself a river of flaming fire preci pilating itself- Irom a summit of a lofty mountain, and assuming as it advancos from the crater a redder color, or u. sort of bluish red. Three immense columns of smo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 March 1846

u "L NOTICE TD MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. I WOULD give notice to all -concerned, that the following aresolmicnroas-passed "fa? die BoaTd of Commissioners lor Harris county, tin the 16th March, inst., Jo wit- Resolved, That the .county Treasurer be and he is hereby il- Rtracjedto lodge complaints before the proper examining offi- cerVanfraU persons vlalatjng the revenue law.s, and-to pin- curct their com'rniiment nnderahc act of Fe,b.3J, 1815. Resolved, That be be authorized and in-trncted to file civil sutis for the penalties prescribed!) the act of Jan. 16, 1843. 1 - CHAS. BOWMAN, march l7dGtw2t534 ' Treasurer Hairis County. - -'-W- '- SHABEN & GO. -Auction Commission and Fonrarxling Merchants, four dtors below Harns Exchange fMain-slrecC, . .--"-" ' -- HOUSTON. LIBERAL 'ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS q Rtftrafces : . Rick S'NiciibLs: - l - Thompson & Gregory. B. A. Shepherd - 'S Robert LoCehart i&Co. Nf. BjT-Ltfireignefs wiil find it to iheir advantage lo transaci bustnesirw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 March 1846

;HOUSTON PfUCES CURRENT. v : Corrected weekly, lor the Telegraph. r. BY J. D. GROESBEECK. i !,?? A'RTICCES. From To Remarks. ALE & PORTER, pr.bbl. APPLES, do BAGGING, Keni'kv p. yd BALE ROPE, per'lb. .Kentucky Bagging, -.Manilla, J ; : i 5 BREAD, per lb. Pilot, - BUTTER, per lb. Goshen, CANDLES, per lb. Sperm, CHEESE, per lb. ; ; ; COFFEE, per lb. ; ; CIDER, per bbl. ; ; j CORN, per barrel, ; ; GOT TON, per lb: ; ; ; FLOUR, now, per bbL -UPPISH, per"b"bl. Mackerel, No. 1, ; . ; Barring, per box, ; ; God, per box, ; ; ; ; GLASS per box, Window, 8 bylO, - - '. 10 by 12, - - FFFG GUN POWDER, per keg. - .Rifle, canister, j ; ; ; IRON, per ton, ; ; ; . -.Svveds, ',' v- :Enlish, 3 ; ; ; ; sLraerican rolled, ; ; -do'" bammoreJ, ; ; LARD, per lb. - - ; ; -JjfciAD, per 10U'lrji.fB3r LIME, per bbl. - - -LUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - MOLASSES, per gallon, . JNAILS, 2d a 20 J, par lb. -QIESper gallon, Linseed, -Tiara, - - - - - t,- O ive, per doz. POTATOESper -tfish...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 March 1846

TJEIt'JfZS"$5 in advance. Published Weekly. or 7 at ike end. ot Hie year V u V t V ?By CKUGEE, & MOOKE. 1 fMBUdSH&D BY CROGEl"& MOORE -SoBsCniPTiojr, par 12 months or 52 nunjbeis. ---jj .t 0- ik 26 " t ja?jKt " 3 13 -v S:Jk,lrc" " " - single paper, - - -'fr&No credit vrj besiren for subscription. ' &5 00 .3 00 2 00 ? 13 -.ADVERTisiKa, lbt insertion, - - pesguare, $ I 00 fr7 2d fcnd subsequent insertion " - - ""50 -- J4- Political carseacn insertion, - - ' 4 00 -ray' -Announcemenroi Candidatesperanno't, 10 00 -ldiscoantof iOpercenton theabovetrates willjrenuadeto sflerifi', on all legal notices, jf Persons desirous of advertising bv4he quartefi&an do soon ifie'tbliowlng terms: Per$ squares, -with the privilege of tcfiangingjpJ squares each week, per quarter,, so; o square?, '5brigineach week, 30; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, S35T rT. , "SUi.verlisimentssenfxpilhoutJorW5ainstructions,K'ill un- iesssooaer forbid, be inserted six months, tmd'ebarged accor- di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 March 1846

"V H V e shorhim through the head. He fell, and expired in about an hour after. Long and Wade both left, and at the last dales had not been heard tf. Pic ayune. -Jiin' "" jFrosn our Austin Correspondent. g" AUSTIN, March 10, 1840. Daring the pastxveek but little business of a general charac- ter?hasbeen transacted ineiiherBouses Most of the bills which haabe'en introduced relaled either to subjects connected with the jnalciary laws, or to the, establishment of newcounties. The conseqnenceSras the accumulation of a mass pf business in the hands of some of the committeei, -which necessarily retarded tjiefrogress ottnUigs in thellouse. This body, therefore.ad jottrnpfbver from Friday evening till -Monday morning, to give the committees axhance of working in the interim. On Mphdayjiiorning, when altrrerein hope that (he'week would beoinmenced Tvith something like work, in earnest ; an unex- wctea amenity qsej'-which threw every thing aback again. Dooms having arisen in ihcminds of some ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 March 1846

i- cehirahmd total. This will be the last large eclipse ofthesun that will be visible to us until May 26th, 1854, -and for many years the only one that will be total, In our vicinity. Indeed onlylwhc during the remainder of our century, viz: Aug. 7h, ldeg 69jniii., nJd May 28th, 1900, will the inhabitants of the Atlantic States see a total eclipse, -and on both of these occasions the path of the moon's shad. dow will be confined to a very small part ol Virgin- ia ana North Carolina. DIED &t his late rc-iience in Montgjmery county, on the 2. inst., qf a. pulmonary consumption, Mr.Fiedjirtck Niebliug, in ihe45lhyearofhis age, formerly of Baltimore, but lor the last ten years a resident of Texas. NEW-ORLEANS COTTON MARKET. Corrected jrom. the Bulletin of Merck 11, 1846. -s Swt0TT0'N LIVERPOOL claMhcat:on. ;y Louisiana and Musissippi. Inferior, 5 a 5J 6 a 6J G a if 6 a 7 7 a71 7a 8i 81 a Sf 9 a 10 JOrd:nar . ".HIiddLnjr, ..Good Middling, MitfdljigiFair, Kair, j . GojdFair, Hoo"irand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 March 1846

HOUSTON PRLCES CURRENT. ? Corrected Tveekly, for the Telegraph. ." BY J. D. GROESBEECK. ARTICLES. mFrom 'ALE & PORTER, pr. bbl BAPPLES, do- rBA.GGING, Kent'ky p. yd BALE ROPE, per lb. ' "Kentucky Bagging, -Manilla, J : BREAD, per lb., Pilot, -BUTTER, per lb. Goshen CANDLES,.perlb. Sperm --CHEESE, per lb. jT; ; COFFEE, per lb. j ; ' . CFDER,.per bbl. ; ; ; CORN, per barrel,- ; ; QTTON.perlb: j ; j JSLOUR, new, per bbl. -, , i'TlSH, perbbl. Mackerel,,No. 1, ; J 'Herring,' per box, - VTCod, pfef box, ; ; ; ; -GLASS perbpx : Windo w, 8 by "1 0, . - -' 10T)vl2. - - FFFG GUN POWDER ' - per keg. Rifle, canister, ; j ; ; -IRON, per ton, ; ; -; ,. Sweds, ; ; ; ; ; English, ;;;';; American rolled, ; ; do hammored, ; ; -LAUD, per 1L- - ; ; - LEAD, per lOOlbs., Bar, LTME, per bbl. - - -JLUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - - white do, - - MOLASSES, per. gallon, NAILS, 2da20d, per lb. -OILS, per gallpn, Linseed," Lird, - - - - - -O ivr, "pnr dozv POTATOES; per bush.l PROVISIONS? per bb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 April 1846

fSC Sggg9!r h- j-r? tmmi -r3 " GISTER " :X fcr .bEj?i71iS -$5 In advance. BeR ffGER & MQOE.E. y MIMUMBiB 'I II IWIM 1 111 B gOBB-iSHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. s i T JS IS iff S . "SuBscprtTiOK, per 12 months -or 52 numbeis, " - " 6-"" 26' " - &'&''' 3 n ' v13 " " " ""Lf " - " sio-lejaper, - - - ,- 2riW??df twill beivet fbr-subscriptions. .&D?eiiJfe, ht insertioriv - - per sguare "r ""2d and subsequent insertion, " -, -2? Political cards, each insertion, $5 00 " -r 3"oa N 2 00 $ I 00 .. 50 ' ' I 00 t &' 9k Announcemfntol Candidatesperanno'ilIl-OO 'Adibcounlof lOper cent, on theabove rates will be madeto -eilfT-oa all legal notto s. Person desirous oTflrertising by thejjuarter can do soon the following; terms: Per 4 squares, with-fthe privilege of changin-2 squares -each sreek, perquariei?2j-25r 5 square-, fhtnging 3 each week, $30; fisquares, changing 4 each week, 35. f v , All advertisements sentwithout70r&ninslruclions will un-lles-sooifcr forbid, Btinserted ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 April 1846

?W' f yiJtv- -J - --pd'e-w twyMigaBr----gg. y 3L 'dSP' r K r Steu servefi tfie appeliatfwa --." jjj? ,. ''Higtn allude to 116 Senators from New. joric ana Missouri These gentlemejf (Messrs. efjtoqand Dix) had.nqgso deprccaledJBngktnd as ,.. to3eloiethat a war wJtfTher.was a-ttiflingaffiir. TheSenators from Ohio (Mr. Allen) and Illinois pftr; Breese) ha(iioife,so,anrf ihejr "seemed o hold England ia iheutmost, contempt! The Senator from Ohio had spoken-oLoBnglandasnot daring to gcnp war with the United States as a pamper and ' with theutmost opprobrium. How didfstich lan guage become the chairman ofthe-commUteeon .jcoreigu iveiauuuii, - , jniMii.nji; w- 4&lr. Johnson, in his. searching examination-.qf the rsbeeches which had. been 'made. and'theNbninion3 ? : . -11 - i . i .,., h V -. 'a5. a -is -wnicri-ftaa neen navaiicea, saia that ne aouoieu not?'. thfe Senator JfotnTfl1icKiTan. desmfexotValtethatr EtuVaid,Jynnid&e steady foomproiinserOr-g 'e2orFaasstionuooni4y wheu he trea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 April 1846

04B9aEki H$- v--V jj Wis have advices from Austin to the 2Uth ult., buuwe notice nothing of Interest m the proceedings .oi-theLegisTature. Mr. Branch ,the thiid speaker .j2lSctedtyt"e Huse of representatives resigned his -season the I6tlfiilt.,ancl Mr. Crump was re elected wUliout" opposition. . hesteamship NewTTork arrived at Galvestqn onflh'e 23rd ult.,'atid .brought dates from JMew. Oi lfeafi.ta the 2lst'ult,bein!? only one day laler-lRan ,ihcse brought by-the Alatifmat ttjcjr contain little news. "" - -' jAAicA.Tlie introduction of Coolies fromHin- dosloh intbvJamaica, to work orfthe Plantations that Jrarebggnf abandoned by the blacks, is found to cause greater evils tfian slavery. The Kingston Journal says many of, these Coolie laborers have'be- comediscon tented and. are" wandering over the country as-outcasts, loathsometo the sight and ofv fensive to theyhorals of the community. The, CoVnwal Chronicle says that an English steamer hiM conveyed.a message to Santa Anna, at vaun,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 April 1846

'' ' t$r'p9F "i- -y mur tiJ , -HOUSTON PE1CES CURRENT. - Carrectctiweckljr, for tUegPelegrapU. ' - BYf. D. GROESBEECK. - W S -ARTICLES. From To Remarks. AIrfE& PORTER, pr.WL APPLES,,; do BAGGlNGTKeni'kv p. yd gggiEROPE, peril). "Kentucky Bagging, - 3Kr it - ADpeHbpilo -' BtJiFTER,j)srlb. Goshen,; UANiPEESperlb. Sperm lUJiJUAJjHU. ,JJ., vxL,CxCiJCi,-.iei iu. ,j-j . v-auat, per ddj.; ; , C0KNj per barrel ; ; COTTON, per lb: : : FtpUR, nearTeTPbirai' YISH, perJbblf.. .Cw4 Mackerel' lNo. 1 Herrnper Jbox, t . - ,'Cod, per boxitf GLASS per box, Window; 8"by irj - .- v . ' 10bl2L- FFFG- GUJN POWBEk -.per keg. "Rifle, canisterj-j 1KUJN, pet ton, Sweds, 9? 00 5 00 10 5 10 20 15 40 7J W 6 6 50 i Mi-flf oo rso' Frf ta1 FAmerJc861 ,dcr.-arnmorfidj iARD.,nerlb.-- LEAD,4pel9JiOO lbs.; Bar, LEMEjipeY bbl. - - -LUMBER, -per J&feet, , -Boards, yellow pine, ; white, do MOLASSES,- per galloog IUILS,2da20d,per. OILS, per gullonLuijJlefi? . Lara, - -.---.--,. -v -4 u ive, per aoz.lwfesB POTATOES...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 April 1846

"! ,'' 3h-"v's 'I. E GISTER. or $7 at the end ot the year ' T12jZJ?IS-$5 ia adran'ce. v ' ' f - O i . , Published Weekly. B. V B3k(DRCJGER & MOORE. ; PUBLISHED BY CffUGE'R &JHOORE SocscRiPTiOK,)er 12 months or 52 nurubets. 4." , " 2G i',,;i i-f 3Scrf" "single paper, - ii VNbcreiil will be given for subscriptions , Advertising, 1st insertion, - - petsquare, " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - . ". Political cards, each insertion. - $5 00 - 3 00' 2 00 13 $ I 00 50' 4 00 " , Announcement of Candidates jjeranno't, 10 00 'A'discountof 10 per cent, on theabove rates will be made to sheriff, on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do soon the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, $25; 5 square, 'hanging 3 each week, $30; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, S35. . "...' Lladvertisementssentwithontjprwsninsinictions win un I der forbid, be inserted six months, and charged accor-1 diiRflv. No perso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 April 1846

- 3 " -was made alter their having complied with the re -auiremeuis ot the uonstitution, dv opening unere- turns and counting the -votes polled in the guberna- torialelectionj during the first week of then session. - . '..-. - ? - - Of these votes I had a majority, and was thereupon declared duly elected Lieut. Go ernor. Subsequent returns have reached the State Department, which leave 'no doubt of the reversal of that majority. Under these circumstances, the tenure bywhich I Hold the second office within the gift cf the people of Texas, is not that of a fair and full expression of the 'popular will, but a technical informality. Tfeg--Itgenceor neglect of duty on the part of some of the returning officers of the countieswho rfl failing to for'ward their returns to the seat of government have defeated the expressed wish of the voters of the tate, a majority of whom cast their suffrages-in f.i- Sror of my competitor. In justice 'to- my own feel- ings, in obedience to the command of my...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 April 1846

pa-aip-":-. cy ol the American government. He closed with jBome remarks relative to Texas. He contended that-he had not regarded the annexation of Texas as a southern question merely, and if he had advo- cated different policy xejauvt he had done it for the good of both, and to avoid war by jprompt action. Time would have lost Texas to the XFnfSijjvhileit will certainly secure Oregon by fill ing isllenlly but uninterruptedly with an Ameri- can population. - r -The Washington Union-raentions-upon the au- thority of advices received'frorn Mexico to the 23i3 eb., that "cur affairs are assuming a'more hopeful aspecC iqMexico." If the aspect of affairs has in- deed changed for the better, we believe it is soletv owing to the advance of the American army towards the Bio Grande. The Civilian contradicts the report circulated lately, at Galveston, by the officers of the Mary Shields, that the American Consul at Matamoras, iad been imprisoffil by the military commandant at that city. The rep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 April 1846

tfE '- f7 b t- 48 HOUSTON PHICES CURRENT. Corrected weekly, xor ibe Telegraph. BY J. D. GROESBEECK. - kK ARTICLES. ALE'& PORTER, pr. bbl. APPLES do - - BkGGING, Kent'kv p. yd "jBkLE ROPE, per lb. Kentucky Bagging, -" Manilla, J T ;BREAD. per ib. Pilot, - GUTTER, per lb. Goshen,; fCANDLES.perlb. Sperm, J&HEESE, per lb. ; j ; iCOFFEE, per lb. ; ; "CIDER, Jer I'M. ; ; ; CORN, per barrel, ; -; S-GTrONerl&f:? J B150U.R, netfi peifbbL - FflSH,perbbl, -jp, .Mackerel, No; 1,.; . ; fcHcmncr, per fox,' ; ; Codi per "box, ; ; ; ; GLASS per box, j-.Wiadow, 8 by 10, - - 10 by 12, - - FFFG GUN POWDER per keg. .Rum, canister, ; ; ; ; aJRON, per ton, ; ; - Sweds, ; ; ,; ; ; r. F."'"h : : ; ; J lie-. American rolled, ; do hammored, ; ; LARD, per lb. - - 5 ; 1iEAD,per 100 lbs., Bar, t-iLCME, per bbl. - - - -.LUMBER. iiBr M feet, - Boards, yellow pine, - 2TLj white do, - itMOLASSES per gallon, NAiL'S,-2da 20d, per lb. - OILS, per gallon, Linseed, Lard, .Wj O.ivp, .per doz. POTATOES, per bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 April 1846

J, &&&'- DEMOCRATIC GRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER. .-yUWJ" 5 iw advance. Published Weekly or $7 at tlie end oi le year "" r ' rBSrYffr , jH' V TELE - f i V i 1 u r BYrCRUGER & MOORE. FOrgblsaDBY CRUGER & MOORE. ' T E R ill S . Subscription, per 12 months or 52 nurobeis, ,.. G " 26 " - ," " 3 " 13 " - , J& -y u single paper, "----. .,j5jyjciiTvill be given for subscriptions, Advertising, 1st Insertion, - - per square, "" 2iT and subsequent insertion, '" - - .-,"." - Political cards, each insertion, - -. $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 SI 00 50 4 00 " Announcement o( Candidatesperanno't, 10 00 Adiscountof 10 per cent, on the abov.trates will be made to , sheriff?, on all legal notices. Persons 'desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the fohqwiug terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each weelc , per quarter, SSS'j 5 squares, changing 3 each week, $30; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, $35. JfiLU advertisements sentwithoutjorifeninslmctions wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 April 1846

X r i ged, draw from the 3tate in or about $21,000 more than is received from patents thefirst year. I will take occasion to remark, that the repairing of the roof of the building in which the business of theand Office is now transacted t is absolutely ne- cessary to the safety of the records, maps, eic, and that the daily increasing business requires another building or room. ; It may also be proper for me to inform your hon- orable4 body at the present time, that an appropria- tion.should.be made-of about three hundred dollars, fofthe. payment of claims against the Generil Land Office, which were necessarily incurred for the pros- ecution of its business, and could not be paid owing tbthe impossibility of procuring Executive order for the payment which resulted from the change of government. 1 would also urge the advantage of an appropria- tion being made as soon as possible for the purchase of patents, for the reason that parchment is quite scarce ancLdifficult to procure in any ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 April 1846

-gHoP"- trf - " -..$. tne-SikiisMti lha l'uujaub. Ths bailie is. cuubidmed the most tremendous that has occurred in that coun- try, since the British standard was first planted in Hindoston. An extraordinary gazette gives the official ac- couritof all the military opeiations in tins great struggle. On tiie Idth, I3ih nnd 15th of December, the 5ikh arrav cmssed the Sutlej, with, at the low- est estimate, 80,000 men, of whom 20,000 or 30,- 000 were cavalry, and about 150 pieces of cannui of tiie largest calibre moveable in ihe field, and ex quisitely finished, an artillery immeasurably more powerful than was ever brought into the field by Wellington or Napoleon. It is only in morals that the Sikhs are to be ranked as barbarous. They are a race as vigorous in body, as acute in intellect, as skillful in the arts they cultivate, of which war is the chief, as the generality of Europeans. The place at which this formidable host passed the rivr may be about, forty r fifty miles fro,m Lahore...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 April 1846

""ftp-Ai- w ? &&fLrjl" r matmmmmSmmmm&t JE10UBTQN PRICES CUERHNT. Corrected weekly far tbo Telesrapbw i . -j BY J. D. GROESBEECK. ARTICLES. From ALE & PORTER, pr. bbl APP.DES, . do BAGGING, Kent'ky p. yd BALE'ROPE, per lb. Kentucky Bagging, -- Manilla, ; j : J ; BREAD, per lb. Pilot, BUTTER, per lb. Goshen, CANDLES, per ib. Sperm CHEESE, per lb. ; ; ; COFFEE, per lb. ; ; "crDER, per bbl. j ; ; CORN, perJbarrel, ; ; C-OTTONi per lb: ; ; ; FLOOR' now, per bbl. --FlSH-,per bbl. 'Mackerel, No. 1,; . ; is -Herring; per box, ; ; Cod, per box, ; ; ; ; GLASS, .per box, Window, 8 by 10, - '. . :'ibbvi2. - - PFFG GUN POWDER per keg. Rifle, canister, ; ; ; -IRON, per ton, ; ; ; Sweds, ; j j ; ; Enn-Heji ; - ; ; do barnmored, ; ; $ -LARD, per lb. - - , ; LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, XIME, per bbl. - - - -LUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - MOLASSES, per .gallon, NAILS,, 2d a 20d, per lb. -OILS, -per gallon, Linseed, Lard, - 0;ive, per dpz. POTATOES, per bushi-1 PR...

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