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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1847

'yygfWqipiiimnii.'p''r' fc Or. k ,35. H ifS r r ". :V &$&- gjh& - L ,J2 VV ltiaiiMc.kv,jgt It- " ic jfswTapasfliKF5Pks-1 C-INJ WSraftWFSSP- rwuyr3K'ii. $5 in advaucc. fR4JGER & MOOEE. &?4fSiiiD FT CRFfiEE MOORE. T 12 2t tf f - it A c, " IT"' " r frfStairsioSjper 12 months or 52 nnmbsis. $5 00 ,3 00 2 00 13 26 '3?-, 3 "13 single-paper. iiJwillbeivenJbrsubscriptions. !' roo 50 4 00 jsf-3- InnouacenipntolCanHidatesperanno'ijIO 00 iScjnntpf IQpexvcesfen theabove rates will be made ta aerifiVonallleal noticSj . Persjns desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on - he foWD wine terms:" Pec 4 sonares". with the -privilege of ev shan-sing squares eacb week. perquarler,?S25: ? squares. y. pfthingJprS.cweekO; 6sqUares,'changing4facb.'week, a,?35 . TJ&c J' i a J r 7 aSu 2T11 V4rit?tiBiimAnlconlttTilnnnfMWinclFniltne will rn "ssSo- rTorbid, bensertedsix mpnthSpand charged accor- Hnnjy JSEj personaladvertlsements will be inserted upon anyterms. Nott&sSxllbtrgi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1847

m i forotbevsballke effect: h8mav grant pardons foe of fences against the Iawsof said Territory, and. reprieve for offences against the laws of the Uriited States, untH thej decision oilhe President can lie made known mereon;- heslmll'cbrum?ssion ail officers who shall be appointed to office under the laws of the-said Territory, and shall take carethat the laws be faithfully executed. Therirsball be -a Secretary of the said Territory, who BhalPnelEerein, aod hold hia officefor four years, tin- Jes3jsooneg:eRioved by.the President of the United States ; fiotslminrecord andpreserve all laws and proceedings of,, thTjCegfilatiyc Council, hereinafter constituted, and all actshndroceedlngs of the Governor in his executive de- partment trensball transmit onejcopy of the-l.twsand ope copy ofJiherexccutive proceedings on or before thefijst Monday in .December in eachar to the President oftho United States, and at the sametime two copies of lhe laws to the Spaker of the House of Representativ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1847

t-ev- 5 ik inp jBp -&Wi & - tt 1irfrirrr in l hcbAa.ni enn tt tn ti nnrf noinfT . everanrad alreadv oerisSSwitKlhe excessive exposure r - k . - i .- " lo the cola and yet,aaalir-resnp,ere so toenumota ana exhausted with iaiimje and buneertbat the v were nearly jjelptess, Capt. Delesdenier: iield the boaiio the sideijf - tfie vessel, while UapUiiympioti iook me poor sunerers i 'down from iheir precarioasodgement ?pn the hull and (Jigging,, une poor -wauiu ueu iu ue hci t uiuug ner tUoarOjOaa a noy also area oetor,e mey reafinea me snore, avins taken ihmv"m the Soar,Cifoit. D. and the oov Maftfdavhfr them lathe shareV'wrlneJCJaDt. Svmnton re piigd on4he wreck to pacify the wretched sufferers, who wer&iifeaoiing vyilh apprehensions lest (he boat would aot return for tfcem. The pilot ofSan Luis, CapL Burr, y ad Mr. Follet,-were oow coming out niih another boat, RBd meeting Gnpt-'Dlhey asslted him with hispassen- ,fers through ibejirt-akers until they reached the shore in jwf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1847

s a. - - KJrZm. in' -VtuMmt iiSHm fe-- ,.:-: :fe ' Wiijga tf OD ST O N -PIES-XJirRB-EiTiaJ . ' 7 1-'a.iiwi(iil -weeleiv.'fiir th'tWeirrAsIt'f '? fer-fe . ;' ". f ' '. .BYpyGOESBCK;J ' ti - fcsria.. ?SiaiL: 'i2"-"-"V:-fc4- t- -TK ysaie-ope,. -Kentucky, per,JKJi SBricKff.per A., .: . - v: r ::;X-.,Btfesivaxl jrelloiv,.pet l.bv- ; -Bf Cotton, Inferior, per lb., ' ": --' llrrlinnrt? - - "Middling, :' pood Middling ";' v Middling Fair, i-"' Fair. : : i:'A.: tfCbrn,-,snellcd, pjrbushel, . .; ..ear. perbbi., -: : - : .' Tnffnn "Kin nnr lh V ' ' --. .,y-. ., . V .Java " - :. . 51 - "Candles, sperm, pcrlb;, J: &J tl t33i a;- - " adamantine,- . : .- : .'3 "' -. 'Sterfne, " ?' : J;J' .J laHon-; - ;:.; -':. 'Cidert;perbbl., -,--:.- . : Domestic Goods, per yard? &' " Brown shirtings, "3 4 a 7 8, 3 w . ' , sheetings, 4-4 aj4,'' ' ."Bleached shirtings, 3 4.arifl, r'32r J30 12 aio.oo' -!, . " Sheetings, 4 4, y ' Brown Lowell Qsnaburgs, Tickings, 3-4 a 4-4, . . . 7 Stripes and ;Checks..f : e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1847

EGISTER. 2E MUSIS $5 in adYawce. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end Ike year BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1847. VOL. XII.-NO. 3-WHOLENO. 578 r KMf" I & &, . JKsaid LlsT e a d&mocratiKt telegraph and 4TE5aregister; '" Published every Monday, Main St., Houston, ,y ' BY CRUGER. & MOORE. -SubscriptioflbneYear, oriFjlty-Two , Number $500 Any person wno jemit' Twelve "Dollars, will be eniiiled to ih fee-subscriptions, (In all cases to be paid in, advance.; Advertising one doliartper square for the first Y insertion, and fifty cents foachsubsequent iasei-' tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. ,1 To Merchants and others -advertising by the " .year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made " 5r . Steamboat cards, FoUiiralandjPersonal commu- nications will'be charged at the-same rates as ad- vertisements. .. &lc ' Announcements ofifcCandjidates for office $5 in advance. " " - i rfjflAdvi-rii-cments not marked 'with the ltngt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1847

9 & 4 -s T- i 1 V. t 176 CITY COUNCIL. ' Houston Jan. 11th, 1847. . The members elect, for the present year", met at tho call from tho Hon. Benjamin P. Buckner, tho Mayor 'Prelect, who took the chair, and tho following gentlemen, members elect of the new Board, answered to their names : Martin K. Snell, John Kennedy, Henry R. Allen, James H. Stephens, Paw" Brcmond, Jacob W. . Cruger, James B. Hogan and Emillo Simmler, Esq'rs. -ifj;Tho Hon. the Mayor elect, having presented his -' certificate from tho Chief Justice of tho county, Wm. B. Reeves, Eeq., of having complied with the law by , taking the oath of office, appointed the following gen- tlemcn composing a part of tho present Board, to ex- amino into the legal qualifications of tho members elect, to wit : Paul Bremond, Jacob W. Cruger and J. H. Stevens, Esq'rs., who having retired for a few min- utes returned and presented the following report, which, having been read, was, on motion, adopted: To tho Hon. B. P. Buckner, Mayor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1847

u. - , Vexteieoiwist. Mr. Haskell, the Ven- triloquist, -who intends to make1 an cjdubitioa of tKis wonderful art this evening, has been L performing in several cities of the Union with great effect, and lias been highly commended ' by those who have attended his exhibitions. His feats of Legerdemain are admirable and afford infinite amusement. c learn that a large party of German em- migrants are about starting for the upper settle- ments of the colony on the San Saba. They intend to survey and mark the lines of the col- onial tract as soon as practicable. A large band of Indians have lately appeared in the vi- cinity of the settlements on the Perdinalcs but they have notmanifested any hostile intentions. The steamboat Reliance has been purchas- ed by Gapt Tichenor, to run as a regular pack et between Galveston and Houston. She is now commanded by Capt. Kelsey. The per- sons who came on this boat from New Orleans speak of her as being an excellent river craft, and well calculated f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 January 1847

ITS HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. Corrected weekly, for tJio Telegraph. ' BY Js D. GROESBEECK. ARTICLES. Fffm Ale. ner bbl. . : : 9 10 14 16 6 13 25 7 9 91 9f 10 10 55 60 9 15 33 32 30 12 Bagging, Kentucky, per yard, 12 " Manilla, : H Bale-Rope, Kentucky, per lb.,! 'l . Manilla, Bricks, per ftl., : : Beeswax, yellow, per lb.,. Cotton, Inferior, per lb., Ja ' Ordinary, - " Middling, " Good Middling, " Middling Fair, n ' Fairt Cornshelled, per bushel, ' ehr, per bbl., : Cofice, Rio, per lb., : "Java " : : Candles, sperm, ppr lb., ) , " adamantine, X', " sterine, : :. " tallow, Cideri per bbl.. Domestic Goods, per yard. 1 11 8 00 23 C 8 m 10 50 55 Si 121 29 2K 2' 9 8.00, 7 310.00 ,. , Brown shirtings, 3 4 a 7 8 ' r ' sheetings, 4-4 a 5 4, -.Bleached shirtings, 3 4 a 7 8, 9 9 11 13 15 12i 16 lb 17 35 80 20 50 40 30 88 00 7 50 1.75 15 11 81.25 4.00 2 25 1 25 7 00 25 20 6 5U 5 50 2 75 3 25 350 3 75 4 CO 6 7 7 7 7 3 50 20 00 45.00 4 00 4.50 ,-35, 6 100 1.00 10 11 10 " Sheetings, 4 4, Brown Lu......

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1847

- - --" m DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTffi. -' VV ft rr.'-alK h f T&JZJ?IS5 iai advance. JPublishcd Weekly. or $7 at the end ol the year BY CR CJGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1847. VOL. XII. NO. 4--WHQLE NO 579. iii, i . - ,i . - nnBiBBB ibb BnBKaamHBii k tV . '' DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, vEJjjhlishtd. evtry MoniayuMaiji jSi., Houston, BY CRUGER &, MOORE. TERMS. Git!?rtr5ntTnT for nhaVoir nr CJ JtrT1TTrt fc Number, - - -' - $5.00 Aiiy person -who ! emits Twelvt Dollars, will be entitled to three subscriptions, (in all cases to be paid in.advance.) . . V ' Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and filly cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or lebs to ronhiitut; a square. f"f To Merchants and others advertising by the iyear, a reasonable deduction from thet above Tates "" will be made. .c.- Steamboat cards, PolitiralandPersonal comma- . , nicaiions will be charged at the same rales as ad- J vertisements. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1847

. A t"2 fr ijiliqpuiJWHMI - iiwiwiwmi1 "jjpwiii'r -- mM,9i' 5"S " f r & ding compensation to tho superintendent and assistants. dbe -hundred ana eleven tacusana collars;, For completing tbeenstonvhonse at Wilmington, JJorth Carolina, nWtbousand one hundred dollars ; I For completing thawworiP'-of thft custom-house 'at Boston, fifty thousandrdollars ;j- - J jK' For paymontTo?HoratibGfcnouga fora group of statues to adornvthe cal&rnportico'of the Capitol" eignthousanddollars: Provided, inoworfcisin sncli State oT prptrress as. in reference to the whole, sum U i f Jfibsfpaid for its'exccution.'shall, in tho opinion of thu "Prpjadpjit of the United.Statcs, render it proper tit .W Tg supply deficiencies in the fund for the relief dr EiCKand aisamca seamen.iweniy-iive uionsana collars-; ,tsiwlfpor Uie repairs of that part of tho custom-Tiouso al Mobile occupied by the United States court, throe hun--Jqdre-i and -ninety dollars ; -w4 -For tho building or purchasing of a revenue-cut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1847

X fe 'f h Jtt ' m i- fe t ij ;fJfa"" v nij i JL-JLL .-as.-j' uKSkSowned andiiiGHTY cnjtfij'XAtss ji imperial majesty of the Celestial-Empire. brotfieroftlie sun, &cr, &c., whos renoTB , ' , ,, , ?iefflf5ountryiiQe4ed assistanceJianmost wil - eTaporatedmsmokethemomentthatthesmokehrnTTWn0 oc,ofr"ffl,wio 3 ot Jtsnush. connon rose betore them, they to k- sink into comparative insignificance whenever "" they encounter the onset df Anglo American chivalry. New Steamboats. The dimensions ofthc steamer Del Norte, a5 given by her command- er, Capt. Bowen, are as follow : Length, 142 feet; breadth, 25 feet; depth of hold, 4 J feet. This boat draws only 16 inches of water when light; and with a cargo of 90 tons, draws 30 inches. " She is propelled by two engines, of 16 inch cylinders, and 6 feet stroke. She has two boilers, 24 feet long, and, 42 inches in diameter, She was built last July. The steamboat Reliance, which has lately teen purchased by Capt. Tichenor, expressly ibr the trad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 January 1847

-rzity&wm&t -n&aJji -T' r-c& f- reV i : if c- jmifl fer m 3T .SO &. . - C - V assr-?" Sifl v - - 5rv- P"-1 & ." J? V i NOTICE. T ETTERSjaaJCvAdniinistration on Jhsjestate-of, - illMoses N-Comes, wergranted to the under- signed by the "hon Prolate court of Washington -soK county) -at the November 'terra, 1846, all,persons .awmn1Hinr claims asrainstfeaid estate, are reauired to present them properlyautKenlicated within the liine -30 prescribed by law or. they "Kill Jbcbaricd, and those H indebted to saia estate, are requested lounaite lm mediate pavment lo 1 - ,, de 21 461574 JOHN B. ROOT, Ad'mr. m fi!,rrSE undersigned having obtained letters ot atf- "H 1 ministration at Ihe last November Term of the .gTfobate Court of Fort Uentl county, upon the estate ,of Samuel T4 RoSs, 'decreased hereby gives noiice o"all who have claims against said estate to pre- js .Jsmt them -within-iwel ve months from the data of al ahis publication, or they will be barred; and that s4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1847

&3&m wy '" ' -" ' ffl!"' AND Tl XAS REG STER. al- -az&rf.tf&r $5 ifii advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end the year stBF CJRCTGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1847, VOL. XII. NO. 5 WHOLE NO. 580. ufllft J I I ' . Tf It P & & K Jf DEtfOCKATlC TELEGRAPH AND " Tfc2HS REGISTER; - 1 ib'iJied trrripMonday. Slaiif St , Houston. 'BY CRUGER & MQ0RE. Sabcript:n fur Une Year, or Fitly -Two somber?, - - 5500 4ny pts'on who l emit Twelve Dollars, tviH be fenlhletlxto thieeubscriptions, (in all cases to be Spam in advance.) AdverliMD" one dollar per square for the first L Snt.eriion, and fiity cents for each sabseqnent.inser- xfgf Mpon- ieD lines or ,ebS t0 constitute a square. jfyear, a reasonable deduction from the above rates fill be made. Steamboat caids PolMral and Personal comma- cations will be charged at the same rates as ad- rrtibeuienls. Announcements of Candidates for office 5 in SoVance. Ji- All Advrrti-ements not marked with the length ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1847

f 1 t 184 J,V mseness or ins pa VaicaitsensiDUKVi 1 ue one . . , . sf ;.,. ks,,2t y racquemonl'VqpageMan$ fsuwte!; 2BBY AUTHGRITY.v fs'orrTPE UNITED STATES PASSED "1 1.4 THf Uf i THE PIKST- SESSION OF THE TWEST1- Trtfl.- NltfTH CONGRESS. .5hrI fPcwjc-Xo 17611 S-JiWAGT makii)gappnpnaiTon3 rorihe-Tfaral'servrce loruie year tnaing on metnirueiBJune, eigmeen humlrerl and forty-seven Scc 1 Burt enarttdby the Sena'eand House of Representatives of tbe-Uiutcd Sates of America m , JSpngreaS-assembjed, jrhattbrefollomngAUiusT)e,and Jute same are herebyipppropriatedfor the navaisar- "tvice, fur the year etsduig on the thirtieth4 June,'' eighteen i hundred and forty bevcn. s. jjFor pays of commission vvvatrant, and petly officers ndbetmen, mcluihmr thcensnnecr corn3 of the navy, fthiefl'tnill on-five hundred 'ana seventv one thous nd .JjiSfcven hundred and thirty fiveiloliars Pasted m'hipmen pcformmg t'e, duties of nmsier, "Hinder the authority of tfie Secraary of the Navy, to fti-ecewc the cor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1847

m -w' ' i r jfe- ' ;- - :4 ,-' & 9i Ban f r $k r, xAaxbr once in iive'daysi Our latest- dates from Ne,w Orleans, by mail, are only to the J4th inst., and the previous mail brought dates from the 1st to the 14th. The jeditor o the untsville Banner complains" 'that the mails om the West brought no papers from Austin eek before last, and the editor of the Colo-" do Herald complains of irregularity in that fiuartcr. He says the people of Texas "have 4pt to see a mail -.service to and' in this State which can claim the first semblance of Tegu- t" rity." We. feel a pleasure in stating that e contractors on the route between this city &pd Austin have faithfully complied with the bnditions of their contract, and when all oth- cxs fail we always look with confidence to the mails in their charge. They are delivered Its regularly as the sun shines. We know" $at the Post Master General and his' agents Kavo labored faithfully to extend the benefits T regular mails to all sections of this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 February 1847

?; it" '5r :l a - J86 ;. 'mp.R VTNRRAR 10 bbls.. a prime article, for f lsalchy may 19 WADE &CRUGER. 30BA15CO. 10 boxesA.FZedfoe-braBrdT ORUT 10 ". Wottdro'ws' Honey Dew, 10 " Santfders Cavendish, .SnayT2" Just received - bv J-"D. GROESBEECK. SAMPSON & CO., TVEALERS JLHats, wStrpiit- firirk'Store. rpcenrtvonnnnipaiir Kuhll & Co. H2mv AJiraoir, Houston. E.J. Haht& Co., -jvewurieana aogjiAvcpsoci .- AMRRlfiAN. HORSES. Ittile 'American Horaesj'broken to the saddle or ''Atstnone finerblooded American horse, 17 hands highland not excelled in gait or appearance by any horse in thecoiratry, thoroughly broke iff harness jpricc $200. ,,One buggy and harness, and one.carriageand Tnarness, locale by .. . "! .dec 8, MANNING & HAMMETT. FOR SALE. , ft-v A dwelling house desirably located in this jffi' city, for salejan, reasonable terms enquire ol - ' Houston, May 4, 'AG i-JHavnr.'S-U. . RICE & NICHOLS. M'D VAN CEd. Liberal advance in cash will be jCJLmadc by us on Ootton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1847

ifcer t 5 in advance. jr CKtTGER & MOO&E. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Pab'.iskttl every Monday, Main Si , Houston, 4 BY CRUGER & MOORE. , TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Filly -Two Number, .- qq -l"My person-who lcmit Twelve Dollars, will be entitled to three .subscriptions, (in all cases to be paid in advance.) riVeriLswjr one-dollar per Square for the first injeriion, and fitly cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. $& Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduciion from the above rates will be mafle. Jjieamboat cardsPoli'i-aland Personal comma nica ions will be charged at ihe same rates as ad- vefti&eineois.' .Announcements of Candidates for office S5 in advance. tSjll Adwni-fements not markeii with the Itngih ofjime rlesired lor publication, will Le inserted uuiii iiimMand chained accordingly. 'CJMmniun.caiions intended l'6r the Tele graph mun be addressed, po t-paid to the Edito...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1847

188 She was moderate in her wishes, careful in her house- hold, an affectionate wife," and a provident mother? Harry loved her dovotedly for he thought her prudent 3is she was kind. But she hadher-litile foibles, aseH as other folks ; and her peculiar.'weakncss Y?tvLha proud of her house and. furniture. tp Jg as tub cicrK unrouea,me Deamuatpioeo ot Brussels ptudenee had at first started in? her minH. "Whearfio had finished sho looked wistfully at her husband, " 'It is vcrry pretty,' said he. - 'And so cneaprcphedhisTrifc.1 ft " Iamtclling you the truth' said the clerk, with,ni- - phassT'wben I declare that we could not import theso goods to sell at anything like this price.' 'The ingrain looks very dull deside it,' said the wife r; .'nut still, perhaps that will do for ns quite as well as this. And sho turned away with a sigh, after this effort, to, resist the temptation. - 'Well, do as yon like my dear,' replied her husband, "11 am Bare I can trust to your good sense. The carpet! ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1847

fi$ lOurcounfrfliTpassing thTougbT the most pain- ful portion of her trials, (crisis.) There is neither treasury, nor finance; there is neither law nor justice ; in fact, there is no adminis- tratian: and the generous race of the South &raza del mediadia children of the .sun) are m that category, wherein they are exposed to be swept awavbv a torrent which is rushins father irom the North, if they do not awake inJ: tune to strike a blow tor the salvation of their language, their name and their ancestraldeeds Trie country is in danger. But the Mexican United States, to conquer their sovereignty have, at length, had recourse to that conserva tive instinct, which leads a people to select, du ring a contact, the skullul leader who shall save them. Rome, on more than one occa- sion, owed her preservation to the sagacity with which she called into service her valiant an J virtuous citizens. When the national J representation placed in your hands the re- sponsible charge of executive po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 February 1847

itfeA j -r JfV l9o w-a- isotice;T".; - I fT HE cofaHurrship heretofore existing between 'b-'John'ohackelford,!Jr.; Henry Sampson and E. J. i" art r& Co.j under the firm and namecf Shacfc- elfir d,n Sampson & Co., in 'the'Cityof Holfstpiij. wapdisMlvedonthe 1st instant, bymutual'cbn- senu, ,.-. , fj lTh't boolcs, &c, atcia the hands of John Shack- Sfenf, lit - A. , .A ':; J. SHACKELFORD Jiu - V HENRY, SAMPSON. tt'! , . . E. J. HART & CO. Houston, Ocl. 10, l46. dawtf 5G4 ETther-of the abovearltesare authorized to col- ic ttip debts of the concern. OUNSTlirOTlON OF THE STATE- ;7 : OF TEXAS IN -pamphlet form, for sale at this office, vrr -octO HODSTON HOUSE; Corner. vf Main and Franklin Sis , HoiiX't Zen Texas. THIS well known House having been refitted and repaired, is now open lor Ihececeplionfcf Boarders and Travellers. T r The Table will be supplied with thebest the mar- ket affords. The subscribers will give their personal alien ion to' all who may favor them with a...

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