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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 3 April 1847

f fj - . , . .-L - . JillJW.MUjmjBj'.s-iiL. ho.bh .l ;jh I, p l 'I I ill - ui.u.'.jinjwr! I 'GonfiKniaf ion of the Victory or Btaeiaa Yisla I 5 The following letter reached here on Saturday la?t. 27th ult., having been forwarded by express from Laredo, by Lt. Veatch, to His Excellency the Governor. It.is the latest and.'probably the most cor- rect account of. the battle received here as ret : f.t Com-ikgo, 9ih March, 18-17. "The .fflorions news of the repulse of -Santa Anna at Bonavista, near Saltillo. 1 have now the pleasure of announcing to vou. although the official account has not vet reached us. This important intelli- gence was brought here with great difficul- ty and danger, day befoie yesterday, by a Mexican employed by Pay Master Butler nt Monterey, and was eight days in getting here ! 3 fear the. bearer of the official des- patches of the Commanding General, who was at Monterey on the 27th ult., has been cut off and captured by the enemy. "But to the Yictory ! Gen!. Santa ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 3 April 1847

yL.-j.-.m1- j.'w' '5ag--:tWiTrft: L ta,J:v7gCTr'a 3B- ft(TTri . -, -rtt - nw im H t T a i -J V fj ?s t 3r a -- - -- 1 " T R I E T Y . SLAYING THE DEER QY SAMUEL LOVEK. si In thetwoods, hunters say, It is glorious and gay, n' la To rush'through their sporting career. 1--? - Where the leaves falling red, nih Yield a ready-made bed, .vAYIrere they rest after slaying the deer. On the venison steak, ass.1 Jovial feasting they make, ttnd the" flask going round helps the cheer, -i,v While the logs blazing bright, ip Keep them warm through the night, .-When they rest, after slaying the deer ! iT: But I know a sport, -k. j That is a safer i esort, -riFor wives will complain, if -too far You are tempted to steer, In pursuit of the deer, 'lAnd they wonder " wherever yon are !" ' . So give me the sleigh, t" On the white frozen way, jj With woman, beside me, to cheer, 3tv ,Who is never complaining, .. " How long you're remaining, .IWhen thus you are slcighinj ihe Dear. -. Aswe gallop full speed,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 April 1847

4 "J J ' ' S"g"s"M""'qWBWwlWBMregasaBMflBBraH EBBB 1 1 1'l'y ii WT fulfil Hi I JliM . m-iiiwnumi. n,, ,, n.mninjn ,.Mk ,, ill TOLME E PDBLKBED EVERY SATURDAY, BY o: J. S. FORD & M. CROmGAN, C" PUBLIC PRINTERS. fcJTERMS Four Dolla's per annum, in advance SiXf-PolIars at the end of tlie year. No subscription receivcd ibr less than sis months. j . TERMS OP ADVERTISING. . Tor each square of ten lines or under, orrn dollar for the first, and fifty cents for each subsequent in- sertion. A deduction of fty per cent, will be made upon yearly advertisements, with the privilege to re- new quarterly. Announcing candidates, five dollars in advance. t 153' All adverliscmentssent from beyond this coun- ty, must be paid for in advance. AGENTS FOR Tflfi DEMOCRAT. , . Austin County. D. Shelby, Shelby't Post Office. - j.; BasteepjCo IetrornJaniesNiclioIc - Ttexar Co. Wi son Kiddle, fcan Antonio James L. Truehart, " Bowie Co. E. FT. Tarrant, Bosion. s Burke, Brazoria; ia. Brazoria Co. James :A .-U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 April 1847

-wrvt. k .u T - " ?- X .r ---i r- " "" COL. BENTON. . i This gentleman declines the 'appoint- ment of Major General for reasons which are given in the following correspodence with the President, which we take from the New Orleans Bulletin : JNCashington City: March 6, 1847. " Sir: "Without waiting for the formality of beting presented with the commission of Major 'General in the army of the United States,! think it right to inform you at mtWSithat mv acceptance, or refusal, of that iighappointment, will depend entirely np- pnopnblic and national considerations, of which yon. yourself, will be the judge. Ppj-shnallv' T can have no wish for this of fing, but if you beleive that I can be of sarwice to the country, I am willing to fore- stall private considerations separate my- self from my family, under painful circum- s&4tes i resign my place in the Senate, wMrtvis so dear to me and proceed im- triediatftv to the theatre of war. My only stipulation wuld be for the powers which I d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 April 1847

x- -N, 'J' , -r H'air-C5uttiitg Gratis. Aman, wear- ing a certain badge of authority, passed through a village in Oxfordshire. England, lately, tind calling at each house, informed the inhabitants that he was a Government barber, sent from London to cut all the poor people's hair gratis, it having been ascer- tained to be the most effectual way of keep- ing off the cholera, which had alrdv made its appearance. The fellow succeeded in carrying away with him sufficient hair to make .several wigs, and the deluded people were obliged to set to and make warm caps to defend their bare heads from the cold which set in next day. Longevity. A man naimed Daniel Aiken died in Wexford, Canada Yest, a few weeks since, aged one hundred and twenty years. He had during his life con- tracted seven marriages, and had five hun- dred aud seventy grandchildren ; three hundred and seventy boys and two hundred girls. PROCE-ASZATIOiY. By the Governor. "HEREAS, Col. S.R, Curtis, comman der of the post at Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 April 1847

IT ' f ft - x 4 jre afe" rf- 4 i.r- " V - L VARIETY. THE WIDOWER'S BRIDE. I wedded where I fondly loved ; My friends with eager voice, Bestowed their sanction, and approved The husband of my choice; They told me that his former bride Unmingled bliss had known, And.from her fortunes prophesied The brightness of my own. -He, too, had friends his deep distress They pitied aud deplored, And said that woman's smile should bless Once more his hearth and board ; That he should seek the busy throng, And mark the young and fair, And let his children know, ere long, Another mother's care. Oh, sad exchange ! The heart Jbrought Was full of joy and youth, Warm, open, in its slightest thought, And single in its truth ; While 7i:s, by sorrow worn and tried, One vision only nursed. The image of another bride, The dearest and the first. The lawns and bowers around the hall, Her taste arranged and planned That flowery world he loves to call A Utile fairy-laud ; And" then T sigh for some lone cot, Whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 April 1847

Jfc- TOLDM if? r lh &? ji" ri ; V- v.. -Ji S-- C QEHUOjgs DELIVERED BY fTHE - !tSGj?REME COURT, f .jrw'j $ ; M DECEMBER 3CERM, 184 T&tfm -" a . osiaiU Crosby, m ' 'v. appeal irom Hams vs. FslixHustbn- lOpimoof theHCourtdelivered-bv J. IjMPHiphief Justice. - -ggWpemToner alleges, that on the twentieth day of September. 1836. at be resided in Harri count7, and that some ot the negroes, 'mentioned in me "Deed of Trustwere in the possession" of be said Samujr of someotber person in mat county at injar lime. . witnesses were introduced for the purposef pro- ving notice loahe defendant ofthe Deed of Trust previous to the purchase of the PreH&Hexirjasi Brfggs&o.,alara&i2fiJ5vr.!.- Jt Y? PQvecl also, tttaj W. -"aiA-lE "sJi tttfgL 1. - -sX ! ?i':W 1 V4 I -''J?'?-'-waWr IJI I 'V'CSWl. . J V- f .-- hard toTEwS U1 tuetMarin-u,VDunei'OI"M "-j, September, 1836, at f Jfatchez fti the State- of Mississippi, Satoel-pnchard, a resident of that : pfaeBveyed to James .R. Crecy a t k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 April 1847

--.N-' i f . " J k. " a s k k, .rl - - ... VS-rtsSi5S5 -''': ' - t " N $Lk . 4r r-i xr i"' :& Ife ,.&.,4 8rr . liSdvedljylhecIear mtfyvifestafion , g&gt&d iaitb, throughout the transaction. Mtp, that a conveyance not duly proven and - iaatlQther similar "poims. are left tot jpresentell, could no more affect the rights of '- JBBBC&ntrolled action of,thB.lowr court, - hese gussOonsJiave for aes feenr the, v T3" -rf $ -. r. ..J !-&... -. wRwectot-vexfttiOiisina Droiracie uina.- . .sjoitsr j&rat authorities add en'tened - i;ay-: - i i ."- i .t- 3.oi-.ii nt nd, -principles bv$r-hich the decision toi - , .r . .hf . - j t.j 1-wUir''u'"u'u'14l'lcvl ,'" v '"x -i-i , . Riafes;tons .should ie goyernesi, ahd, X lerujfeSj wheji estabihedlinva been ?"," ..ii.. ! S,Klfini ti ' W.mfiH. tiUU. ifiri i ujf,,.yi!,u'""v'4i'ur""" " c u. i V &M be thresponsibity of settlinsrmm- ovnontiniK! IVftWMV US v j- dpfes for the determination of such paink WB VFOtlia not nesitaieio r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 April 1847

j-A. . - 3- - tttijl'tl. 4- - jP- 3m- est. i2iEr -i- s - Kc I ? 4HHMMH --rS1. ftwt.lS.,22&6. irWetrhiat ss or w " .disBersed,' RssissippTans endeav- -b. . CK. t.BlK-oejore inev iy! 3oftfefttlB fcara themselves charged. Mb4 i2 nWe1 '' TEae' 'aJausL contrary Jo- all -custom, jBsteosy , . t r.'.AL. iRBHnnr' olKnUl ctTtPtphffi W fiiyiieiirrotki:foW lUHftRUC UIUW 1i'W"j fc W,, .-: .-.'- i Ji:t.ir J,rff ...V ., fleetly jomsliedVaf; not only tbe3sueffj Y 3gg " officer imt nis roen,atsairauu r inroWtarihr halted. Vr a tew clas, i v. fciirvirnwort frfVfin thfi ""f'J-&a$'w'" i t , .j ,, cestaejemerv ofW fjj1? i?2 fKno- tri was no time to lose, the order fcT; FAdilatkef fotward,iv1 pompougfy giv r! AU .r G1aj4 rt -r ,tctnf' mi ;it- Til iiir:- inn ut eri eo.-v JJT Clirunci wusju: uiuu iuiuv. JBQCeS Jgeij win yiwiii. i" 'Kl'vr- isaseipT GolofiW stardttig inside the fork; ealledutlBoyre, anLai them kmtb your knives " Simoiiaiieoiisi jr uui " niAsham p.ranlc of the rifles, a deafening tu.-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 April 1847

; k : & & Xv ? 5.. - v . . . ' . " j: SB fi . r- e, 3? gsiini: ?; jJv " t n i-- s, r" v - - -V: JES?W. GhiewlWee1he sports and glee ' Of hHdfidad's iy bas th rong; - " Xf tTyounpincbgay in "mirthful J ? And Jisten to laugh and song. . t . -Jnbout girls, runabolit boys, ' Mulce yourselves merry, make a noise. T In he sunshine of youtbf ' BeJoyjal and gay. . 3 " V -r ' Be ljuick at your '.studies, js ti tr .r t i. i i i 'r. i-Ar- xwssinxne corner oiinamans duit- Tattle Jack,Hornerr bit him a cuff, r jDance.aU aoutj vrhVtbe best skipper,? - ffkIe-atd-o-s"eek liunt tbe slipper I " j-. JThere, nowsit down, munch nuts and cake, "And cbat and Iaugli till your bosoms ache.J , -With trie feast of fun, then off to tid, .Happy and glad witli'moments fled. Up in tbe morn as the sun peepsiout, Scrub your faces, scamper Jibput, 1$ 3111 tlieejocluells'all, the happy rule, ut Play when youmayj but first go to fci schcfol. I - A. r otw1 From the St. Ifonis Reveille. Hf? 5BobiH4rney'vasa yqun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 July 1847

Ss 1 .ij ' " 1 t k W !&B&8k - (g W Y0LIJ1E n. f.v luvatiKwyw OPINIONS DELIVERED BY THE SUPREME COURT. ' DECEMBER TERM, 1S46. No. 471. Samuel Smith, Appellant. Appeal from vs. Maria Jesusa Smith, Appellee. ) Bexar. Opinion of the Court delivered by J. Hemphill, Chief Justice. This is an appeal from a judgment of the District court of Bexar County, confirming a decree of the Probate Court granting let ters of administration on the estate of John W. Smith, deceased, to the appellee. The right of the appellee who claims the administration as surviving wife oftIie.de- ceaseSTs contested by the appellant repre- senting himself as being the son of a former and as he contends the only lawful mar riage of the deceased The provision of law regulating the rights of parties to administration, was at the commencement of the suit found in the first section of the act " Regulating the du- ties of Probate Courts. fcc," approved 5th Feby. 1840, p. HO, 4 Vol. Laws, and is in the following ter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 July 1847

'Ntj - r$r. ."'" :i " vV . 4 fill TSIAS B E M 9 6 m T ' . C'XTl p AUSTIJW SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1847. Erratum In a small portion of otir last week's impression, the name r " Eli," u-as substituted i- stead of ' David" Chandler, in the notice of the ,, r., ,. uwue mu ucalh of the negro man Claiborne. yk ; QBr. J. S. Fuud, having received the appointment of Adjutant of the new twelve 11 J Ul U1U ni,w iwtivc months regiment, under Col. IIavs, has given up h.s connection in the editorial manage- meat of the "Democrat for the pn-sent, at -""- S'"ouori"e "ar depart- went do not per nit an officer of the army to -HU.t ail COnnHPllMn Wll I t m nr.ic-r- ,-, , v.. . .. mu i;tl,5f WJ to nake public the movements of the troop?. 0acrhv , as,ert her courage and her patriot- ic. Lord will therefore be held blameless of, ism. Success to them and their gallant colo- aii s,ns, either of omission or commission, of which the "Democrat" may be guilty, during his absence. Mr. David Chandler. was examined on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 July 1847

1 v.- A. j J " .- SF - - wt - -. 3W-- w - . ji.iiiljji'ij'-' ' Li. i.jVH-f' CCT We are authorised to announce the Hon. J. J. Robinson of Sabine County, as a candidate for the office of Governor of the State of Texas. EF Wo are authorized to announce Gen. E. H. Tarrant, of Navarro County, as a candidate for the office of Lieut. Governor of the Stale of Tesas. ETWe are authorized to announce Dr. Josnni Rowe, as a candidate for Representative, of the citi zens of Travis county the ensuing term of the Texas Legislature. EF We are authorized to announce Joel Miner, as a candidate for Representative in the Slute Legis--lattn-e, for Travis county. O-We are authorized to announce Dr. Samuel G. Havnie as a candidate to represent the citizens of Travis county in the next Legislature of Texas. 0We are authorised to announce John R. Woold- rjdge, Esqr., as a candidate to represent tho County of Travis in the next Legislature of Texas, election on the first Monday in November next. NOTICE- Mr. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 July 1847

- 3- --c: "& ""'' '-iMi ii in i, iin m jii.jmjl1.'!.-1". ,!: gT7MBPT--- n 1- i 3- -g i&r-J P JB:asd ware roeeries. IHE undersigned lining firmed a co partnership under Uit na ne ami -lIe of . K. v iImmi iz ,Co , for the purpose of" 011-1-3 Mijf on a gmic ml imrean- tile business in tlie city of Ilon-aon, are now prepared to offer their friends and the public a general dbsort- inent of Groceries, Hardware, QnecJiswarc, Liquors. Glassware, IVoodetware, Tinware, Stoves, etc. They Iia on hand, aUo, a te.w n il- and ciscs of Dry Good-., Boots Shoe-. &c, all f uh'fhuiH he oM forcash, orahnost any IvMid of niLrrliantn'ole inarLclahie country Produce, as cheap as they arc sold m any other similar business establishment in the Stale of Texas . CorasmssioEB, fGFage aiHlFOE will be carclully and protrptly attended to. They hate no.v open an estnliKhmcnl for manu- . failuring all Kinds of copper, twr and slier t iron ware. Their establishment ism the brick buildin former- ly occupie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 September 1847

BWUl'... JWPSfgaSAggTtf J-tfW!:'rWJ"73;gTagPU - - 1 - T HSV" - ' "h !' -r a- -- ""-jat.: ; AJ- v :-SaEPCHB E ATJSTEf, TEXAS, SATMB1T, SEPTEIEER 4, 1847. ISnJHBER 34; Iff W '' -N -i -,-.. .- ' . - ,Bk y iH ! V Ljr iliih - ..iJ? !WmaMMwaMWMoMiMMMnwaMawgMMWMwa '"'" MMaw i i i c w - I,.,,,-, i I,. iiiiii i ! iii wii ! ii n !!! a Trc- f. --1--.;? . t - rjj- rj5? ; T ; j rr?5 a: mo wnigLju fv , ' k ' ? ' v ' . V . - . . i jo.?. 'Q. r: - ; -f vs"' a r i i"jr 'aa ;4r fb ij v- iT - f v I M - - WSt 4 r " II I ' a .iMlf g M - -'--.ii iii iiiiii.. -.. ..,.i- ., Jimu-aoj , J.J at Oalr mi 1111 i. p. i.j-b.. i.j . i ly ini .J..,!!..! m jiii i iji ,. . . -Jt OPfONSiDELIVERED 'BY Jl&E ,t & - -SDPilEME .COURT. Jttj-T 'DECEMBER TERM,' 1846.' "No. 358. Henry MiminSj Appel'nt, -Isaac l.1 Alitchell, Applje Appeal from Colorado Cduutvr. .i , Opinion of the Court delivered by R. T. j a T tWHELER,?Assoc!ate Justice. 'Tliis was a suit broush't to trm Soring, -KJrn v. iqat AftKa 'nctiMot Pnnrf. fn rpr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 September 1847

r t- -JS v -. ' rz y- 3 r- 1 ts m f- it Fw-f- r- . -x"i " '" ' ' 86 sr?ji Aflr .!- z1 - - ft y U" ." "? ym k vum m 1! a m 1; M 1 m ml h the Mexican pa Pierce has brouc land through k without losing a riBpRrVilh but three or four wounded. JUTwas attacked sev- eral limes by guerrilla parlies, yet by prompt measures succeeded in routing bem on every occasion. A good story -is lqld af'Capt. Bodfish, who commands eofjlheew England companies a. regular luraoerman ana unugcuunuci from u way -down the Stale of Maine." , i&rlved at Plan del Rio, what did they r"iindbm that the bridge had been destroy- . Jaj yet Capt. B. had his Yankee ingen uity, about bim, and. in a tew hours pme 'the entire command was taken safely over by means of a new road which he mmsett-cui..., Aiansee win De a xauncu, - . transplant lifm as you will. "Vt?he oncers with Capt. Ruff, at the frtime he routed the guerrillas at San Juan tip. ins T.innns. were .Lieut. Walker, oi i " his'own company ; .and Lieut. Hawes w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 September 1847

4 & f '. s.j . i AS, rt i Mr m -. fill' ..r..cm,ri?iTrn prD"mnp WAT? 1C-A. a rs:s nn! titiv j.' vjlx hid jiwih jluv, if10 fcv -Tnwrfv Gross. Assessor and Collector for the County of Milam, of 2 Ijiroperty, lying therein and owned by non-residents, or which has not :hopn rpndfirfid for assessment. Hughes F ' v i&t ": 'i .SKSSaSV' PRESENT OWNER sam- .i ACRES. ORIGINAL GRANTEE. VALUE. STATE TAX. CO. TAX. 1M it &$$- ' - - - j ViH ait Tf.fc sW ,'. ? jtei8 (f-S? -tC rsr.'t ..:. f Xsg est & $$ n-f-"3 . irmM- '? : .'-. .i. - - -- -p ;i-&? si; '? 8jr: V . -. .tar'' fi'SSk" Vlf -& ' m .4.. -'-oji-::-.- ?. ij:i tM Wm 'is .aii -7? 'sBIHkb! " ' B'-'ft C'- t vHhIHmI HB v?JwSv,- , -;.-. -36W H rjn:' fes. 5: , -' Si.3E Asa, r! ? is ,4.;...V". urvf ' " &W iMW 1 J nti ! - fe .ij JitiwijiVf"? ': -nf?itlltf'; ?dysA" .' ftl tlWWtl .! 14 ift '! Hf39t M ff !i rrHi tji'j . J if m rj&1& :TS; j'A-'i--- . .dfiSffsn ijllt'ift-fJS; ' :TM-ia3!t - F":-"-- 1: p-'imiiC 320 320 34...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 4 September 1847

ST-.1 V Eu . , f V j. - ' i V , .' IV-S r ""Arrival feRd Departure of Malls. I " Jbtrntr Eastern or Houston Route. Arrives at Aus- Usvob JKondays and Fridays, at 6 o'clock P. M. Lhtw Aastifc-iondays and Thursdays, at 6 o'clock CjKr jEsjfera Route from Austin to Bonham. Ar riveat Austin every other Thursday, at 4 ofclock - P. Ms Leaves every other Friday at 6 o'clock A. M. San Antonio and Austin. Arrives at A ustin every "j Weteesday at 6 o'clock P.M. Leaves every Satur- iay.iaf 6 o'clock ALM, NOTICE- $Ir. Stephen Cdmmings 'will atten3 to any business connected with the Democrat office. He is authorized to .receive and receipt for monies due the office, to give certificates of advertisements, &c. The State of Texas, 1 Prob. Court in vacation County of Travis. ) Aug. 15, 1847. RULE NI SI. 4bUIS HQRST, administrator on the es- tate of Henrich "Felden deceased, has iiletlA statement of the condition of said es- tate and the said Louis Horst Is fully desir--ouf.of making final settle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 15 December 1847

.A. V t J- - ? 1 -' -ssjie "TBtssafc. IfW n ': - I iPT. rf vJtK mm VOLUME n. V - TCILLIA.fi SliHTJPSOIV, TPizVcA anrf Coc& Maker, and Repairer and Jeweller , Congress Avenup, opposite the Treasury Department, Austin. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired ,with promptness, and an assortment of Jewelry constantly on h:nd. Maj 22, 1847. I9-Iy EUEISE O'COKNOK, Merchant Tailor, Congress Avenue, Crrr op Austin, HAS on hand a fine assortment of superfine Broadcloths, Casimeres and Fancy Vest- ing:, which he is at all times prepared to work up to order in the neatest Mid most fashiona- ble style. - -(j" Cutiins promptly attended to. , October 1st, 1847. 38::if SHACKELFORD & . Wltolesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Cutlery, 4c: Sec. lOGETHElt with a ueneral and complete assortment of Groceries and JLiquars con- jtantly on hand. They will alsft give tlipirparticularattentinn o the gales and shipment of CjItton, Hides, &c, in this, or to.any of the North...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 15 December 1847

- ir Si- : s1 -r ?&. 3 Wt' s& H- TUB TEXAS BEHOGfiA crrr of austijt. TRURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1847. -alitor continuing tlie publication o? tlie TEXAS DEMOCRAT. The undersigned design continuing 'ihTpnSlfc.ilionof the Tex s Democrat, -ill the city of Austin. It will be published .semi-weekly during the session of the Le- gislature, and once a week the remainder jof.the year. The daily proceedings of the two Houses will be given in as full detail us practicable, and as correctly as possible. A short detail of the most important pro- ceedings of our National Legislature shall also, riave attention. A portion of the paper will be devoted to intelligence from the seat of war in Mexico, and the latest news from all quarters; also agriculture, morals, education, miscellaneous articles; in short the diffusion of general information. In political matters, the Democrat will sustain and support measures which may be considered most judicious and salutary, and tending to " the greatest go...

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