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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1847

.ST!HFr :'ji, -. .- s .-,v iii .tcivutsec. or 7 at the end of the year iPublishrtf. Weekly 3T BYiCKUGUii te iYlOOJit:. DE.W J1U riU TELEGRAPH AND TEX 43 REGISTER, Published every Monday. Main Si . Houston, iBY CRUGER & MOORE. t TERMS. Saleripiion for One Year, or Pilty-Two umDer, - - - - $5 CO Auji)P''ison who 1 emits Twelve Dollars, will be ntiteii to three .subscriptions!, (in all cases to be paid in advance.) t Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, .and filly cents for e;ich subv q lent inser- tion. 'Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To 'Merchants and others- advertising by the year, ajrexvonable deduction from the above rates Will oc iauc Steamboat cards, Poli'iraland Personal comma 1 jiicaiioos will be charged at the same rates as ad vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office i in advance. AlLftdvt-riements not marked with the length of timeg desired lor publication, will t-e inserted until mrbid, and charged accordingly. 03'Ali couii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1847

-a jw:g',i y iryf'g' -r -r n-n-JAcwsr1- irt'' 1ire .. vtj." "VreoF" nr r's Er 191 Eq. , day, as wcit as ui tonio ofthoir ceremonies.. ue to-1 1 : w;--j 1 .1 .. 1 " i... V uauw pmin 18 uuimiiifu uy uicui, uunuuiuwi), uui as an incense, io be burned on the most solemn occa-J sions; andpotan important council, "brother public transactions, Is commciicpd or concluded, without tho lighting of it with firo struck from the flint, or other percussive- means,, while something of tho nature of a prayer mittercd and music is chanted m ' The, lecturer described the larger pyramids: of Ame- rica ;-and to givo adefinito ideaef the magnitude of that Jp Cholula, on tho Mexican table-land, stated that, being .,S00 feet square, and vcry,high, its base Would cover Washington bqnaro in this city, and its summit tower uiKjvo uiu piuiiacics 01 me university, ino Binmi pyramids -which usually surrounded the large in Mexi- co, were said to have bsen devoted to thejvorehip of the -ttars; and by extending th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1847

rvfag gtvi i -affsijinnigig? y '?!t?ii3FSl I parisonwith lliat of any other city of the same population, north or south." CONGRESS. The following bill passed the House ofRep- rentativcs on the 16th ult.: A BILL to raise for a limited time, an addi- tional ;military force, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives ot the United states of Ameri- ca in Congress assembled, That in addition to the present military establishment of the Uni- ted States, there shall be raised and organized, under the direction of the President, for and during the war with Mexico, one regiment of dragoons and nine regiments ot infantry, each to be composed of the same number and rank of commissioned officers, non-commissioned officers, buglers, musicians, etc., as are pro- vided for a regiment of dragoons and infantry, respectively, under existing laws, and who shall receive the same pay, rations and allow- ances, according to their respective grades, and be subject to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 February 1847

Ir r 194 I. E.'WADE. JAS. r. CRCCER. - -VADE & CRUGER, Telegraph Building, Main Street, Houston. HAVE now in store and are constantly receiv- ing from New Orleans and New YmL a large anil general assortment of Goods, whioKiey offer lor sale at very low pnoes. lae lollowing com- prises a part of their stock : Dry Goods. Cloths, Cassimeres and Sattineis, Kentucky Jeans, assorted colors and qualities, Tfegro kerspys, plaid linseys, Flannels, red, while, Salisbury, silk and Canton, Blanket; -bine, green, white and gray, Mackinaw and bed, Brown sheetings and shirtings, all widths, Bleached do do do do Osnabargs, Lowell, Virginia and Canton, 3-4, 4 4, Blue and brown cotton drillii gs, Points, assorted, fancy, furniture, &c. do French, oil and canary, Alpacas, cashmere., mouselain de lain, 'Gingham, various qualiuesandstyles, Musliusvcambtic, Swiss, mull, do "Jconet, book, corded, &c., Tible'dothS, brown and bleached linen, Table dtapeY, white, damask and brown linen, Towelling...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1847

" fa Hit, BJSili HH PiS Ha 1 ll" Tali H 9T Ha mm JX mmm n 61 Alls Hb a NiaF k m Isilll ITB m"i TBb f4 Tmzi?X5 in advaiacc. Published IVccIrty. or $7 at the end of the year v ua-iVBuuiisa i iji u-B-onciEr ma mx&is r ii nrm &i rn. jmke .. -i w;.M ia w a awMaa sasa mmmmw? m esm fiaiw sEaia w a ! T BY CJRQGER & MOO&E. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday, Main Si , Houston, BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Pilty-Two Number, - $5.00 Any person who iemit Twelve Dollars, will be entitled to three subscriptions, (in all cases to be paid in advance.) Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and filly cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Poliiir-aland Personal commu- nications will be charged at the same rales as ad- vertisements. Announcem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1847

sfr- rt- 196 TREATY WITH 'BELGIUM, OF COMMENCE ' AiND NAVIGATION, COLLUDED NOVEM- BER 10, 1S43. By thePresident ofthe United States of America: - A PROCLAMATION. Wncreas, a treaty of commerce and navigation, between the United States of America and his Majesty the lung of the Belgians, was concluded and feigned at Brussrls, on the tenth day of November, one thou and eight hundred and forty-five, which treaty, be- ing in me English and Preach languages, is, word for wcrd, a? follows ; . Treaty of commerce and navigation between the Uni- ted States of America and his Majesty the King of the Belgians. TIip United S'atcs of America on the one part, and his Mnjesty the King of the Belgians on the other part, wishing to regulate m a formal manner their reciprocal relations cf commerce and navigation, and further to Mrenstfien, through the development of ihcir interests lespectivelv. the bonds of fm.nd.-hip and good under Handing f 6 happily established between the govern inenis and people...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1847

-r endeavor ro profit by them in future. My pretensions arc of the most humble charac- ter, and even if I hava dommitted no error, I feel that I have done nolhing more, than as a soldier, it was my duty to do, and feel also thatl have bean amp compensated. While I claim to be unpretending, I must be liberal enough to award the same -virtue to Gen. Hen- derson. If in miking these assertions I am right, it would be but reasonable to sup- pose that Gen. Henderson will be as ready to do justice to me as to exact it for himself. I hope therefore he will not consider it illibe- ral foj me to request him to publish there- port which he sa vs I altered to meet his views. GEORGE T. WOOD. Haiti's Magazine The Iron Mountain. In the "January number of Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, which is just published, is an ac- count of the Iron Mountain in Missouri, from Dr. Lswis Fcuchtwanger. Near the Iron Mountain is another mass of solid iron called the Pilot Knob, of still larger dimensions. The writer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 February 1847

JilSv BOOKS 'AND STATIONERY. READERS Primary adert' Guide, ey's Arithmetic, hi Algebra, cu Bon i do Legend it ,-. ift . GouldV? and Ad-tins LatiaGrammar, ijilUIl ueauer, y do Lessons, . t- Gould's Virgil. fjA?U t-sons in uci eiry, tt sUeograph andAUns, T do do ' S h'- Grammar, , . , ' Ari'limeiH' Ki iV Giannn -,jni -' Gcograph t-jW -sei-- tpcNuia : .. . 01 '- U S ili-to., . d Atlas, -, v,, Sd Ii-rn Harmon 4 , - Wo 'ester'- Dictionary,,? . ' Co n-tock'- Philosophy, " Pirker'- Exercises, L i coin's Botany, Bullim's Latin Grammar, Kendall's Santa Fe Expedition, Dllam'.- Digest of the Laws ol Tcxa Fools- ap and leiter paper, Blue aad Black Ink, slates and pencils, Quills, sieel pen-, &c. &c , for sale by jan 23 WADE & CHUGER. I. E. WADE. J AS. F. CRUGER. WADE & CRUGER, Telegraph Building, Main Street, Houston. HAVE now in store and are constantly receiv- ing lrom New Orleans and New Yoirk, a large anil general assortment of Goods, which Ihey offer for sale at very low pr...

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

WBPgBBf. EGl STER. riitr S3 E TJElt.)fIS $5 in advance. Published Weekly. & or $7 at the end ot the year trgff- '' ; -',.1--' " -iieik ir I ! tjtt f . i .- BY CRUQER & MOORE. Democratic telegraph and texas register, Published every Monday, Main St., Houston, BY CRUGER & MOORE. . TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Number, - S5.00 Auy person -who l emits Twelve Dollars, will be eniiiled to three subscriptions, (in all cases to be paid in advance.) Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a, .square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Poli'iraland Personal commu- nications will be charged at the same rales as ad vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance All Adve.rli-ements not marked with the Itngth of time desired for publication, will be inserted unt...

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

-T-'-v - "'.. tssgtJengit'ir!ttsvim&t -Kf ,jjwayy' 2CO ARTICLE XXIL Relations of peace and amity between the United States and China being established,by this treaty, and the vessels of the United States being admitted to' trade freely to and from the five ports of China open to for- eign commerce, it is further agreed that in case, at any time hereafter, China should be at war -with any for- eign nation whatever, and for that cause should ex- clude, such nations from entering her ports, still the vessels of the United States shall not the less continue to pursue their commerce in freedom and security, and to transport goods to and from the ports of the beliger- eht parties, full respect being paid to the neutrality of 'tho flagof the United States; Provided, That the aid flag'shall not protect vessels engaged in the trans- portation of officers or soldiers in the enemy's service ; nor 'shall said flag be fraudulently used to enable the " "enemy's ships, with their cargoes, to e...

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

M. It is now-ascertained beyond doubtj that a fcll regiment of volunteers will not be raised tn this State, under the late requisition of the Secretary of War. As late as the 10th Feb., there was only one full company at Bexar, the place of rendezvous appointed by Gen. Hen- derson, and. we learn that there .arc no other full companies in any portion of the State, ex- cept, perhaps, in the Red river counties. It was reported a few weeks since, that three or four companies had been raised in the Red river counties z but none of them have yet xeached the rendezvous, and it is feared that they are not yet organized. A war party of twenty-six Wacoes visited ioneys trading house a few weeks since, and stated that they were in search of the Cadoes. They made the most dreadful threats of vengeance against those Indians who had mur dered Capt. Whitebeard, and another Waco. They have not been heard from since they started in pursuit of the Cadoes. The Wacoes are not noted for courage, and the...

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

-'VWX1 55-, 202 K'7YBBLS. Linseed Ull, 1U0 nega WUin. Ulju, JLfJ'per' brig Damascus, just received and-for sale by oet2l ROBERTS & GO. J. E. WADE. 'JAS. K. CRUGEfl. WADE & CRUGER, Telegraph Building, Main Street, Houston. HAVE now in store and are constantly receiv- ing from New Orleans and New York, a large and general assortment of Goods, which 'they offer fo'rsale at very low prices. The following com- . prises a part of their stock : Dry Goods. Cloths. Cassimeres and Satiincls. Kentucky Jeans, assorted colors and qualities, Negro kerseys, plaid linseys, Flannels, red, white, Salisbury, silk and Canton, . Blanket blue, green, white and gray, Mackinaw - and bed, Brown sheetings and shirtings, all widths, Bleached do do do do Osnaburgs, Lowell, Virginia and Canton, 3-4, 4-4, Blue and brown cotton drillii.gs, Prints, assorted, fancy, furniture, &c. do French, oil and canary, Alpacas, cashmeres, mouselain de lain, Ginghams, various qualities and styles, Muslins, cambric, ...

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

fygNiE 'iWHMmgjjpuynirJ". MflC: u 4 V-rtSfi ? 7y . &JSIJfM:$m$5 u advance. Published Weekly or $7 at the end of the year - BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1847. VOL. XTI. NO. 10-WKOLENO.585. MbiiiM'iffeii'i h s&& b minHiiiirii m riiavf mm jtmshbp' qwvii mn - 4 DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday, Main St., Houston, BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. Subscription for One Year, or Fitty-Two Number.-, ... - S5.00 Any person who lemit? Twelve Dollars, will be eatiiled to three subscriptions, (in all cases to be paid in advance.) Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal commu- nications will be charged at the same rates as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for ofiice $5 in...

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

f-.-C-3 1? ?C4 r Were evidently the principal ornament and mark o, rank. The people aro described as better looking than uie iwunese, auu supenur iu iiicju in must xespesis. No person went ashore from the two ships, though thoy were tea dap at anchor. A public despatch was sent offby tno5imerican commodore (acting as Envoy; to the Court of Yeddo, distant somo leagues, and'a written reply received in seven days, slating that no trade whatever could bo allowed with America. On 1 their departure, tho two ships allowed themselves to be towed out by the wholo fleet of boats which moved by signals between each other, and with great order. The interpretation was carried on by a Japanese, who un- derstood' Dutch very well. The Mandarins wore ex tremely polite and well-conducted, and when out of sight ot then followers, disposed to be sociablo and com- munlcativc, oven making exchanges of small presents, such as fans &c They appeared surprisingly well in- formed as-to external events, an...

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

slavery in any of the territories that may be acquired of Mexico'. The vote on the adop- tion of the proviso stood 115 to 106. It is doubtful whether the bill can pass the Senate with this provision. Mexican Privateers. The London cor- respondent of the New York Commercial Ad- vertiser, states that three privateers sailed from that port with Mexican letters of marque. They are British ships, but are re-named ac- cording to Spanish regulations, and are to cruize on the Atlantic. The names of the ships are given as follows : Reino de Castilla, Capt. Moody,- 214 tons 20 men. Sebastian del Cano, Capt. Smith, 158 tons 30 men. Magallanes, Capt. Lash, 153 tons 20 men. The LondonTimes says that naturalization papers, for men to join Mexican privateers, .re now lying in the Tower, for any person willing to pay for them. The Times condemns such a course. Later feoji Brazos Santiago. The .schooner TJncle Bill arrived at Galveston on the 1st inst.,-and brought advices frpmBrazos Santiago to the...

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

V-p- - - -s m r 06 ."' I. .WADE & CRUGER, Telegraph' Building, Main Street, Houston, HAVE now in store and are constantly receiv- ing lrom New Orleans and New York, a large ana generat assortment of Gqods, which they offer lor sale at very low prices. The lollowing com- prises a part of their stocks Dry Goods. Cloths, Cassimeres and Sattinets, Kentucky Jeans, assorted colors and qualities, Negro kerseys, plaid linseys, ' Flannels, red, white, Salisbury, silk and Canton, Blankets; blue, green, white and gray, Mackinaw and bed, Brown sheetings and shirtings, all widths, Bleached do do do do Osnaburgs, Lowell, Virginia and Canton, 3-4, 4-4, Blue and brown cotton drilling-', Prints, assorted, fancy, furniture, &c. do French, oil and canary, Alpacas, cashmeres, mouselain de lain, " Ginghams, various qualities and styles, Muslins, cafnbric, Swiss, mull, do Jaconet, book, corded, &c, Table cloths, brown and bleached linen, Table diaper, white, damask and brown linen, Towelling,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 March 1847

D TE U VJSIJHS- $5 in advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end of the year Rtbi v I tKi i 1 MB Mfr M MMWB MB M MM BY CRUGEB, & MOOEE. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPE1 AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published every Monday, Main St., Houston, BY CRUGER & MOORE. Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Numbers., .... $5.00 Any peison who i emits Twelve Dollars, will be entitled to three subscriptions, (in all cases to be paid in advance.) Advertising, one dollar per squaro for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and ojhers advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal commu- nications will be charged at the same rates as ad- vertisements. , Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance. All Advancements not marked with the ltngth of time desired for publication, will be inserted until inrbid, and charged accordingly. KJ All com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 March 1847

,i-3qjSejS3g-r-- w- 73gZe$31i&- --1-yt-tiS-t--V. V 4 '- ijniy A 3r ?08 a Js strangely oat of character, with the policy of a powerful and energetic government, such as -franco has always been.1 The occupation of La Salle, has more the appearance of a private adventure, than the .premeditated intention of the French Government to -colonise 4his country. Why should La -Sadie, bo so much at a loss for a name for his fort of formal occupa- tion in tiro name of "His Majesty the Kiagcf France," w to borrow that of a insignificant post in the bay of Cadiz 7 Why should he have resorted to Jspain or the language of a foreign country, while bo, himself, was a Frenchman, aad spoke a language the most polite and expressive in Europe. If there were any Mexican Spaniards in Texas at that time, (1767,) it must have been those only who were allured hither by the attractive power of the pre- vious metals, reputed to exist in vast quantities on tho Rio Puerco, and the Sea Saba mountains. They mus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 March 1847

o if o V . The following is the substance of a letter from CoL Doniphan : "Col. D. states that he met the enemy and conquered, and is going on to take El Paso.- He further states that the enemy attacked him -vvlien his men were in great confusion, but they were called together immediately and drawn up as infantry, and received three fires from the enemy, when the whole line opened a broad side, telling with great effect, and "breaking the entire line of the enemy. CapL Reid made a gallant charge, after the third fire, with 16 mounted men, and in his attack tilled several of the enemy. One mule load of powder, and several horses and mules were captured. Most of the Mexicans who were killed, were shot in the head an evidence that our men shoot too high. The battle last- ed about half an hour. There was only about 20 minutes to prepare from the time the enemy was discovered." Mr. Coons stated that he was informed by Mr. Forsyth, who brought the official report of the battle to Santa Fe...

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'ria&ifa-vFt -n. -jrrr-s , TTU'- TV . 4t :. 1 41 . w- f ID & fit 5 f iMfc "v? lUm - w. wk$ t? ,jy mh wm.j.i 3r W WiS-x tialsam ot iVitd Xhziry .HITgREAT AMERICA-REMEDY. ;For Lung Complaints, and 7alliAnt;ctions of ibeRespira tive Organs. I Among alt the famous Medicines tor Consump- tion, none seems to be meeting with greater succes. or gaining a higher repntaiion than the most won-s derlul article, WMar's -Balsam of Wild Cherrys Tharitsiands'at the head of all other remedies,isSf now universally conceded. It has cjurectthou$v sands upon thousands, of all classes, in cases iol- the most dangerous consumptive character- The following was communicated by Johi Viin er, Eq., a citizen of Burlington, Licking county, Ohio. " Burlington, Licking county, Ohio, Dec. 1,1843. Messrs. Joslin & Howe At your request 1 here- with transmit to you a statement or the case otMrs "Wimer and child, as near as I am able to rommuni catc, which you ate atliberty to publish if youshali think fit...

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